Demolition Derby At County Fair The Cleveland County Fair non-profit organization entries will be host to the International are now being taken. Interna- Demolition Derby on Friday, tional Demolition Derby is offer- September 30 and Monday, Oc- ing non-profit organizations an tober 3. Show time is 7:30 each unique opportunity to raise night. funds, be recognized, and have Entries are expected from fun at no cost. For entry and throughout the county and. rule information, call the fair of- neighboring counties. fice or 704-434-2866. This will prove to be the most Several local entries are exciting and thrilling show in . already entered. Entries will be front of the grandstand at this limited to the first sixty year’s fair. Most entries will be American made car entries each local individuals, businesses, and day. Individual, business, and non-profit organizations. Featuring Zotos, Redken, Teresa Lamaur Hair Care Senior Tar Heel Cards Honore 43 SALON PHONE 704-739-7856 SCISSORS & STYLES Hwy. 74 West - Kings Mtn., N.C. 28086 Styling For Guys And Dolls - All Ages Tuesday Through Saturday MANICURES AND WAXING Helen Belcher Ayscue Tammy Merck Derice Stroupe Ellis Theresa Barber What will the United States government do about the ruthless communist murder (or kidnapping) of 269 innocent victims, including the worlds leading anti- communist; United States congressman Lawrence P. McDonald, National Chair- man of the John Birch Society? 1 What will YOU do?! Korean Air Line Flight 007 was shot down with a Soviet Missile, built with the half of United States aid and trade. Please read “Stop Building Communist Missiles”. Send $1.25 For Your Copy To American Opinion Book Store 7% 395 Concord Ave. Belmont, Massachusetts 02178 PAID AD ES WEY = of Tiger Cubs BSA PROGRAMS FOR BOYS 7-17 AND THEIR FAMILIES COME JOIN THE BOY SCOUTS! In Lincoln And Gaston Counties Lincoln County Date Time Place Sept. 22 7:00 P.M. First Presbyterian Church (For Love, Lowder, Battleground, Park & Oaklawn) Sept. 26 7:00 P.M. Union School Elem. (For Union, 2 Howard's Creek, & North Brook Schools ‘Sept. 27 7:00 P.M. Rocksprings School (for Rocksprings & Triangle Schools) Sept. 29 7:00 Asbury School Elem. (For Asbury, Central, & Iron Station Schools Be iN NAN AN AN SN NIN NIN NNN NN NN NN NN NN NN NN NNN NNN NNN NN NN NN RN NE NN NN NN NNN NN SN TN a NON AN NNN AN NAO pe. f Gaston County J Date Place Time 4 Sept. 8 7:30 P.M. Costner Elem. # Sept. 8 7:30 P.M. Robinson Elem. ’ Sept. 8 7:30 P.M. Bess Elemn. 2) Sept. 8 7:30 P.M. Pisgah A.R.P. (For Chapel Grove) 87 Sept. 12 7:00 Pinewood Elem. e. Sept. 12 7:00 P.M. Lowell Elem. 8 Sept. 13 7:00 P.M. Rankin Elem. v Sept. 13 7:30 P.M. Myrtle Methodist (For Arlington & 7 Rhyne) ’ Sept. 13 7:30 P.M. Warlick Elem. 7 Sept. 13 7:30 P.M. Hancock Elem. 7 Sept. 14 7:30 P.M. Pleasant Ridge Elem. yi Sept. 14 7:30 First Methodist Belmont y . (For Belmont Central & Page) 4 Sept. 15 7:00 P.M. Stanley United Methodist 7 (For Kiser Elem. & Springfield Elem.) 4 Sept. 15 7:30 First Methodist Gastonia (For Clay, ’ Woodhill, & Central v Sept. 15 7:30 First Baptist Belmont (For Belmont 7 Central & Page 7 Sept. 20 7:00 P.M. Cherryville East Elem. & East South 7 Sept. 20 7:30 P.M. Lingerfeldt Elem. / Sept. 20 7:30 P.M. New Hope Elem. z Sept. 20 7:30 P.M. Sherwood Elem. / Sept. 22 7:30 P.M. Gardner Park Elem. . ‘ Sept. 22 7:30 P.M. South Gastonia Elem. v Sept. 22 7:30 P.M. Bessemer City Elem. 4 Sept. 22 7:30 P.M. Carr Elem. 7, Sept. 29 7:30 P.M. Forest Heights Elem. ’ Sept. 29 7:30 P.M. North Belmont Elem, , + 4 Sept. 29 7:30 P.M. McAdenville Elem. / y Supported By i a Belk - Cherryville The Massey Company - Mount Holly \) 4 Joe & Jim's Food Center - Stanley CL) 7 The Lincoln House Restaurant - Lincolnton 2 clin 'Nsave #2) 3 S95 35 35 355 35 00.30 9500 0505 905 3005 5 0 05 9535 95 95.95 95.95 95.95 95950 J ToT TSE I6 959696968 CH Page 8A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, September 8, 1983 Stedman Assigned Thomas G. Stedman has been assigned to the Charlotte and Gastonia areas as a Professional Sales Representative for Smith Kline & French Laboratories, the pharmaceutical division of SmithKline Beckman Corpora- tion. He attended Appalachian State University in Boone, where he received his B.S. Degree in 1981; and Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, where he receiv- ed his M.S. Degree in 1983. Stedman lives with his family in Gastonia. Homecoming Scheduled Boyce Memorial A.R.P. Church will observe homecom- ing Sunday. Dr. Robert Marshburn, Moderator of the A.R.P. Synod and pastor of Doraville A.R.P. Church in Doraville, Ga., will be the guest speaker at the 10:45 a.m. worship service. Lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m., followed by programs presented by the YPCU. Former members and friends are invited to attend and bring a well-filled picnic basket. Drinks will be furnished. Reunion Scheduled The annual Thomas Lovelace and Julia Ann Hambright Lovelace Reunion will be held on September Il at 1:00 p.m. in ‘Oak Grove Baptist Church Fellowship Hall of Kings Moun- tain. All family and friends are in- vited to attend bring a well filled picnicbasket; enjoy food and fellowship. From Page 7A MOUNTAINEER ¢ MOMENTS = LOOKING BACK AT 3 Me \ QUNTAINEER FOOTBE, Mountaineer - Grid Graph YARDSTICK KM B First Downs 12 10 Yards Rushing 159 104 Passes Attempted 6 16 Passes Completed 3 6 Y ards Passing 31 67 Passes Intcptd. by 3 0 Punts - Average 532.5 4.28 Fumbles Lost 0 1 Y ards Penalized 15 67 SCORE BY QUARTERS Kings Mountain 0607-13 Belmont 0000-0 SCORING For Kings Mountain Touchdowns: Paul Hendricks, 2 (1-yard smash, and 8-yard end run.) Extra Point: Mike Ware 1 (Placement). INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Kings Mt. Rushing Player Carries Net Yds. Paul Hendricks 21 80 Phil Mauney 7 41 Don Fisher 16 37 Punch Parker 2 3 James Robbs 2 2 TOTALS 48 159 Kings Mt. Passing Robbs 6 3 31 Kings Mt. Receiving Player Caught Yds. Chip Thorburn 3 31 Belmont Rushing Player Carries Net Yds. Fred Cuthbertson 13 59 Tom Grady 8 30 Darryle Robinson 4 16 Carey Anderson 2 1 TOTALS 27 104 Belmont Passing Player Player Compl. Intcp. Yds. Anderson 14 6 2 67 Grady 2 0 J) Belmont Receiving Player Caught Yds. Joe Buckner 4 47 Fred Cuthbertson Yi'2 20 KM Ranked 13th In 3-A Ratings The Mountaineers remain the top-ranked Southwest Con- ference team in newspaper rating charts. The Charlotte Observer this week tabs Kings Mountain in 13th place in the 3-A rankings. Shelby in 19th place is the only other SWC team in the top 20 in the Observer’s coaches poll. Hickory leads the 3-A rankings. No SWC team is in the top ten in the Greensboro New rank- ings, a spot the Mountaineers held a couple of weeks ago. FTI TIIIT TY 1 2. 2 EP EE RC OEE RE OER RR. NOW TWO GREAT LOCATIONS 3 TO BETTER SERVE YOU! MT, HOLLY TV & | APPLIANCE 1 RONNIE APPLIANCE | & TV OUTLET "= “BELMONT-MT. HOLLY LOCATION” “GASTONIA LOCATION” 606 Belmont-Mt. Holly Road 4101 South New Hope Road Belmont, N.C. 28012 Gastonia, N.C. 28054 827-5856 — 827-5857 824-4672 — 824-4673 (One Mile On Rt. 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