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By Rainey Haigler
The month of February has been a busy time for students, faculty,
members, and principals. To start off the month a student council
meeting was held February 1. One of the main aspects discussed dur-
ing this meeting was assemblies. Students are confused about not hav-!
ing many assemblies this year. But, the assembly committee has sug-
gested that two will be required each month. Another topic discussed
was Celebrating American Day. Student Council will be sponsoring
this activity and a fund raising project for the Statue of Liberty. As
you know, the Statue of Liberty needs to be refurbished. More ac-
tivities will be involved, but are not final as of now.
Governor Jim Hunt will be attending our high school in March. He
will talk to the entire student body. T.V. coverage may be handled by
WBTV. When final plans have been set, public announcements will be
Since basketball season is over, the student council decided to
reward their outstanding progress by having a dance after the R.S.
Central game last Friday. Gongations’ to our teams for doing their
I I Le, 1 BE A A EIA is
Valentine’s Day was exciting! I would say it was one of the happiest
days for students. The varsity cheerleaders were busy delivering roses
sixth period last Monday and Tuesday. Students received roses from
their sweethearts all day long. Cheerleaders wish to thank all who
helped in making this project a huge success.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is planning to sell balloons at
fifty cents each. This is to aid the American Cancer Society. Persons
selling the most will win a prize. Date of this project has not been set
but students should save your money to help support the Cancer
The Red Cross Club, sponsored by Mrs. Beth Almand wishes to an-
nounce that there will be a CPR Course held at Kings Mountain
Senior High School March 5, 6, and 8. Dr. Doug Stover will be the
CPR instructor. Classes will be held three times a week. Price is $7.00.
Anyone interested needs to get in touch with Mrs. Beth Almand.
739-5401. You never know when CPR could save someone’s life.
LEISTEY ELSIE TINDALL
Leistey Elise Tindall, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Tin-
dall, Jr. of Route 5, celebrated
her second birthday Feb. 6th at a
Big Bird birthday party. Family
and friends helped her celebrate
the occasion on Sunday, Feb.
Sth and they cut a birthday cake.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas D. Tindall, Sr. and
Mrs. Betty P. Jones, all of Kings
are Mrs. D.W. Barker, A.U. Tin-
dall, Mrs. Wayne Putnam, all of
Kings Mountain, and Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Clements of Forest Ci-
_ Cindy Corrine Swofford
" Completes Graduate Study
Cindy Corrine Swofford,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Swofford of Kings
Mountain, has completed her
graduate study at the University
of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho
where she earned her Master of
Science Degree in Metallurgy
Cindy did her research in
Design and Analysis of Column
Test for Heap Leach Studies
with Dr. Patrick R. Taylor.
She is a 1976 graduate of
Kings Mountain High School
and earned her B.S. in Chemistry
in 1980 from the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
She is the granddaughter of
Edward Reynolds and the late
Wilma Adair Reynolds.
Cindy is employed in the
Aluminum Division of Martin-
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Marietta in The Dalles, Oregon
as a Process Engineer.
WOLVES ARE OKAY! TAZA, the pet wolf of HM. Eddy of
Charlotte, N.C., gives a friendly greeting to Jann & Jay Green.
TAZA will be one of over 30 special exhibitors in Gastonia, on
Sunday, March 18, at Schiele Museum's free public program
Put Some “Wild” Into Your Life, Western North Carolina Out-
door Expo ‘84.
Photo by Jim Green, Schiele Museum
Wildlife Program Set
At Schiele Museum
For the fourth consecutive
year Schiele Museum will pro-
duce a wildlife conservation
awareness program titled Put
Some “Wild” Into Your
Life/Western North Carolina
Outdoor Expo 84. The event is
free and open to the public. It
will be held at Schiele Museum
in Gastonia on Saturday and
Sunday, March 17 & 18. Satur-
day will host outdoor activities
such as canoeing, interpretative
walks, hikes, and a nature
photography seminar featuring
wildlife photographer Ken
Taylor. Taylor is a staff
photographer for the magazine
Wildlife In North Carolina. His
seminar will also be held on Sun-
This year many more wildlife
groups, artists, and special guests
have been invited. They will set
up displays and exhibits to show
other people exactly what they
do to help protect and preserve
our wildlife. A large underlying
theme of the “Wile” Expo is to
encourage more people to join
groups such as those that are in-
vited as special guests and to
become. more involved with;
them in 3 team effort to protect’
and preserve our wildlife and
Thus, Schiele Museum and its
free public event Put Some
“Wild” Into Your Life/Western
North Carolina Outdoor Expo
84 serve as a “rendevous” for
wildlife groups and potential
members or supporters. An ex-
cellent opportunity exists for
others to gather ideas from the
environmental groups about pro-
jects that can be started on a
local basis for the preservation of
wildlife and6r natural areas.
Both our natural resources and
their already established support
groups need all the help they can
get in order to survive. Schiele
Museum and Put Some “Wild”
Into Your Life/Western North
Carolina Outdoor Expo ‘84 at-
tempt to bring together the
groups and potential supporters.
This is an event for everyone
who sincerely disires to help
preserve the planet Earth and
Examples of the special
wildlife groups that will be com-
ing include the N.C. Wildlife
Resources Commission, The Na-
tional Wildlife Federation, and
The Sierra Club. Guest In-
dividuals include George Mason,
woodcarver, and Taza the wolf.
"Schiele Museum sponsored
groups will include The Expedi-
The Heart Society Benefit,
sponsored by the Heart Society
of Gaston County, will be held
on Saturday, Feb. 25 at the
Gaston Country Club in
Attire will be semi-formal.
Refreshments will be provided
from 7 p.m. until 12 midnight;
buffet from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m.;
and dancing from 7 p.m. until 12
Music will be provided by
Smitty Flynn and the Riveras.
The general public is welcome.
The minimum donation is $55
per couple (proceeds go to the
Heart Society). For further ififor-
mation, please call the Heart
House at 865-1214.
Thursday. February 23. 1984-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 3B
In District Contests
On Saturday, February 18,
members of the Kings Mountain
Woman's Club entered craft
items in the District IV NCFWC
Arts Festival held at Burns
Junior High School in Fallston.
Winners were: Mrs. H.C.
Mayes, first prize for a needle-
point bell pull; Mrs. Kenneth
Falls, first prize in nature craft,
first prize in silk flower arrange-
ment, and second prize for
counted cross stitch; Mrs. Jay
Powell, third prize in basket
Miss Joy McCoy, KMWC
contest for the Sallie Southall
Cotten scholarship, was First
Runnerup in this competition.
First prize winners in the craft
competition will compete in
Winston-Salem on March 24 for
GASTON COUNTY AMVETS POST #815
95 E. Wilkinson Blvd. - Belmont, N.C. Hwy. 74
825-1093 & 825-1738
Doors Open At 5 P.M.
All Regular Games - $100.00
#1 Jack Pot - $500.00
#2 Jack Pot - $250.00
#3 Jack Pot - $500.00
All Games Called Til Won
FREE BINGO AT 6:30 - FEBRUARY SPECIAL
No Children Under 12
All You Can Play For $15.00
Regular Program Starts 7:30 P.M.
EVERYONE ENTERING BUILDING MUST PURCHASE A TICKET
tion Society, The Archaeology
Society, The Camera Club, and
others. These are just a few of
the groups and individuals that
will be present for this “one-of-
kind” program. Fully Air Conditioned
Monday Thru Friday - 11:00 ‘Til 2:00
CHOPPED SIRLOIN with Potato
99° Our Regular $2.29
With This Coupon NO TAKE OUT ORDERS
Sandwich Salad And Beverage ........%$2.50
THURS., FRI., SAT. - FREE SALAD WITH ANY SIRLOIN STEAK
VEN-RUN 00:N prinevd y
100 West King: St. Kings Mountain
Hours: 11:00 ‘Til 9:00 Mon.-Thurs., Fri., Sat.‘Til 10:00 P.M.
GASTON DAY SCHOOL
2001 GASTON DAY SCHOOL ROAD
GASTONIA. NORTH CAROLINA 28052
3 1 Porswit o Cocollomce %
The Trustees, Administration, Faculty
And Parents Of Gaston Day School
Invite You And Your Family To An
2:00 - 4:00 P.M.
Sunday, February 26
Gaston Day School is an independent, college preparatory
school with students in Pre-first Grade through Grade 12.
Established in 1966 the school emphasizes strong academic
programs, small classes, experienced faculty, and a wide
range of extra-curricular activities. Come visit the school, talk
with faculty members, and see why Gaston Day School is the
local leader in independent education.
If You Are Unable To Attend But Would
Like Further Information,
Please Call 864-7744
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