Mounties Win Overtime 34 Jane, Jerry Have = :.. ; PAGES TODAY 3 : 2 2 3 Thriller Over Crest Unique Wedding | °°: PLUS FOUR S rb Page 13-A SUPPLEMENTS Page 1-B Sk Bar 3 4 iio, 7 $ ~ — = Zev 5 SR MW) CA FT = E EE Dim oad . — ee 2, NEXT ZS «NY 2 = Zu ZZ =F,8 2% & ; 5 E VR SZ Zs VOL. 96 NUMBER 52 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1983 et i Fo NEW CAR - Beth Webster of Kings Mountain proudly displays her classic 1966 Mustang which she recently won in a promotion by the Kollege Inn. And The Winner Is Key #22 Sweet Sixteen birthdays are special occasions for all of us but Dec. 18th will be a red letter day for 15-year-old Beth Webster. Not only will Beth celebrate her 16th birthday in style but on Dec. 19th she will receive her driver’s license and get behind the wheel of her own car, a 1966 vintage candy apple red mustang. How Beth won the Mustang 1s a story in itself and one that she delights in recounting her 10th grade classmates at Kings Mountain Senior High School. Beth and her mom, Frankie Hamrick Webster, . went Christmas shopping recently and Beth registered at Kollege Inn for a prize. ““l had no idea I would win anything but no purchase was Turn To Page 18-A Haywood E. Lynch + uneral services for Haywood Butenc Lynch, 74, retired Kings. Mountain businessman and owner, editor and publisher of The Kings Mountain Herald from 1933 to 1949, were con- ducted Saturday morning at 11 oclock from Boyce Memorial ARP Church. : Rev. William Tyson, assisted by Rev. Eric Faust, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, of- ficiated at the rites and inter- ment was in Mountain Rest Cemetery. Mr. Lynch, of 507 E. Ridge Street, died Dec. 1 at 12:45 a.m. in Kings Mountain Hospital after declining health. A native of Goldsboro, Mr. Lynch came to Kings Mountain in the depression years and used HAYWOOD E. LYNCH Chis WADA from 1923. 40 A encourage the citizens of Kings Mountain to build Kings Moun- tain as “The Best Town In The State.” He used his media to educate the community to the need for a public library. Utiliz- ing WPA workers and the state librarian and Miss Pansy Fetzer of Shelby, to set up the mechanics, the library was born and housed in a small room in the basement of City Hall. It now stands as a public library, paid operations by the citizens tax dollars, and housed in the lovely home donated from the J.S. Mauney family, the present Kings Mountain Mauney Memorial Library. Mr. Lynch sold The Kings Mountain Herald to the late Hord Struck By Horace Hord, Kings Moun- tain grocer, was treated for in- juries and released at the hospital last Wednesday after he was hit by a car at the intersec- tion of S. Battleground and Gold Street. Mr. Hord told city officer Don Ivey that the light was green when he attempted to cross the street but had changed before he reached the other side. Driver of the car was listed as Faye Grigg Mcinnes, 916 Second Street. No Grover Names Mike Clayton Its Second Police Officer Mike Clayton of Shelby was hired by the Grover Town Council Monday night as the town’s second police officer. He will begin work within the next week, Mayor Bill McCarter said following a 40-minute ex- ecutive session on personnel. Clayton, 33, is presently, employed by Burlington In- dustries in Forest City. Clayton is a 1968 graduate of Burns High School in Lawndale KM Jaycees To Super Saturday The Kings Mountain Jaycees will sponsor a “Jaycees Super Saturday” Saturday from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the Joy Theatre. During those hours, parents who wish to do some Christmas shopping without the kids tagg- ing along can take the youngsters to the Joy, where theyll be treated to two free and studied industrial manage- ment for one year at Cleveland Technical College. He is present- ly taking college courses on criminal justice. He is a Vietnam veteran and a recipient of the Purple Heart, Vietnam Service Medal, Medal of Valor and President’s Cita- tion. Turn To Page 3-A Sponsor For Kids adventure family-type movies. Members of the Jaycees will be in the theatre during the entire time to watch after the children. Movies to be shown are “Sin- bad and the Eye of the Tiger” and “Jason and the Argonauts.” Lou Sabetti of the Jaycees said concessions will be available for a charge but admission to the movies is absolutely free. damages were reported and no charges were preferred. Mr. Hord was treated for leg injuries. Damages were high in other traffic accidents which occurred in Kings Mountain during the period Dec. 14. Ptl. Harry Martin said that a 1974 Chevy operated by Ernest McNeal, 1707 Northwoods Drive, on Alpine Drive ap- parently went out of control and hit a fence owned by Toney Conner, 1809 Alpine Drive. Damages to the fence were reported at $120. Damages to the vehicle were placed at $300. Ptl. Woody Allen reported that a 1983 Chevy operated by Ruth Elizabeth Yarbro, 610 Hillside Dr., failed to yield right of way in the parking lot of KMSHS and struck a 1978 Ford operated by Tim Caveny, of Route 1. Damages to the Caveny vehicle were placed at $300 and damages to the Yarbro car were estimated at $300. Ptl. Billy Benton reported that a 1978 Buick operated by Mrs. W.M. Morehead, 513 Crescent Circle, ran upon the median on Cleveland Avenue and damaged a road sign approximately $75. There were no damages to the car. Norma Murdock, Route 1, Troutman, told investigating of- ficers that she was driving through heavy rain and her car became stuck on the North Pied- mont Railroad track. Damage to Dead Martin or in 1940 and The Herald was sold in 1973 to W. Garland Atkins, the present owner-publisher. In subsequent years Mr. Lynch owned and operated a Western Auto Store in the city and Lynch Furniture Store and was an equal partner in the Betty Yarn Mill with D.C. Mauney and had an interest in various small businesses. Mr. Lynch was educated at Duke University in Business Law and Journalism from 1926 to 1928. As a financier, he built and put the young working man in his own home as owner in a development now. known as Stowe Acres in Kings Mountain. Turn To Page 3-A Car her 1983 Chevy was $200. Ptl. Jimmy West reported that a rear-end collision involved cars operated by Toney Milton Peavey, of 312 S. Oriental Ave., driving a 1980 Datsun, which hit a 1977 Chevy operated by Patricia Smedley, 1310 Briarchff Road. Damages were reported at $2,000 to the Datsun and $100 to Mrs. Smedley’s vehicle. Sgt. Ralph Grindstaff reported that parked vehicle owned by Jeannie Alexander, 1105 Groves St., was damaged approximately $200 by a hit-and-run driver. Turn To Page 6-A KMHS Chorus Concert Thursday A concert of Christmas music by the Kings Mountain Senior High Chorus will be held on Thursday. Dec. 8th, at 8 p.m. in B.N. Barnes Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public. Members of the Kings Mountain Senior High Women's Chorus, the Kings Mountain Senior High Ensemble and the Kings Mountain Senior High School Chorale will be presenting the program. Ac- companists for the group will be Deia Parker and Angel Allen. {oA FRED WELLS Bello sy Cheemar. : r Ministers To Ring Bells For The Needy Members of the Kings Moun- tain Ministerial Association will be ringing bells during the next three weeks in front of area shopping centers to solicit funds for the associations Helping Hand Fund. Rev. Fred Wells, pastor of Midview Baptist Church and chairman of the bell-ringing pro- ject this Christmas season, is hoping to raise at least $3,000 to provide food for needy families in the area. The proceeds will go into the Helping Hand Fund which pro- vides emergency assistance to citizens of the Kings Mountain School District throughout the year. The fund is also supported by United Way and special con- tributions from churches, civic clubs and individuals. In addition to providing food, the Helping Hand Fund also provides emergency fuel assistance to area citizens. Area preachers will be station- ed in front of Harris-Teeter, Winn-Dixie and TG&Y on Fri- day and Saturday, December 9 and 10; Friday and Saturday, December 16 and 17; and Thurs- day and Friday, December 22 and 23, from 12 noon until 6 p.m. “We'd like to encourage the citizens of the Kings Mountain area to give to this worthy cause,” Rev. Wells said. “To be hungry and have nothing to sup- ply that need brings misery. I'm sure those needing food would appreciate all the help they can get and the Ministerial Associa- tion would like to thank the peo- ple in advance for their contribu- tions.” CALENDAR If you wish to announce a meeting or event in the Bulletin Board, please call The Herald, 739-7496 or mail information to P.O. Box 752. THURSDAY: 12:00-Kings Mountain Rotary Club at the Country Club. 12:30-Crochet Class for senior citizens at Depot Center. 6:45 p.m.-Kings Mountain Kiwanis Club at the Woman's Club. 8:00-Free concert of Christmas music by the KMSHS Chorus in B.H. Barnes Auditorium. FRIDAY: 10 a.m.-Ceramics Class for senior citizens at Depot Center. 2 p.m.-Swinging Mountaineers are performing at Kings Mountain Convalescent Center. MONDAY: 12 noon-Jerry Peterson of Channel 9 will be at the Depot Center to talk with local citizens. 1:00-2 p.m.-Exercise Class for senior citizens at Depot Center. 7:00-West School PTO-sponsored Christmas program in the school auditorium. 7:30 p.m.-City Board of Commissioners in Council Chambers at City Hall. TUESDAY: 12:30-Quilting Class for senior citizens at Depot Center. 6:30-Senior Citizens Christmas party at Dixon Presbyterian Church. WEDNESDAY: 12:05-Community-wide Advent service and light lunch at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. 2:00-Exercise Class for senior citizens at Depot Center. THURS., DEC. 15: 8:00-Christmas Band Concert by KM District Schools Bands in B.N. Barnes Auditorium.

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