fl adds Libis kil i er — PIP GR nt Herald Style/ Thursday, April 19, 1984 ——Gngagement ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED-Mr.and Mrs. Jack D. Chaney of Kings Mountain announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherry Kay. to Timothy Edward Wright. son of Mr.and Mrs. James W. Wright of Bessemer City. The bride-elect graduated from Kings Mountain High School in 1979. She is employed by Cinderella Knit in Kings Mountain. Mr. Wright graduated from Bessemer City High School in 1979 and is employed by Kings Mountain Hospital. The couple plans a June 23 wedding in Kings Mountain's Second Baptist Church. DEBRA FAYE HAWKINS ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED - Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hawkins, Sr. announce the engagement of their daughter, Debra Faye, to Ralph Kevin Roberts, son of Mrs. Helen Roberts and the late Howard Roberts. Both families are of Kings Mountain. The bride-lect is a senior student at Kings Mountain Senior High School. Mr. Roberts is employed by Walsh Chemical of Gastonia. The wedding date will be announced later. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED-Mrs. Margie Bumgardner an- nounces the engagement of her daughter, Rita, to Gary Zeb Croom, son of Mrs. Vada Overman. Both families are of Kings Mountain. Miss Bumgardner, also daughter of the late Lee Bumgrdner, is a 1983 graduate of Kings Mountain Senior High School. Mr. Croom is employed by Wix Corportion in Gastonia. The wedding will be an event of April 22 in First Church of the Nazarene in Kings Mountain. SANDI KATHLEEN HOVIS ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED - Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Hovis announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandi Kathleen, to Patrick Alan (Rick) Witherspoon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Witherspoon. Both families are from Kings Mountain. The bride-elect is a 1981 graduate of Kings Mountain High School and attends Cleveland Technical College. She is employed by Revco Drug. Inc. The prospective bridegroom is employed by Reliance Electric. The wedding will be an event of June 16 at Kings Mountain's First Wesleyan Church. Contributions Set Record Contributors to the North Carolina Division of the American Cancer Society, in- cluding bequests, set an alltime 46 percent of the total Division budget was allocated to the Na- tional headquarters. Expen- ditures for research accounted of public and professional educa- tion consumed 20.8 percent, ported entirely by voluntary while patient and community contributions from the public. It services amounted to 13.9 per- does not accept government $3,587,570. The Society is sup- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED-Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Roper of Kings Mountain announce the engagement of their daughter. Pamela Gail, to Robert Jackson Wright, son of Mrs. Brenda Wright of Kings Mountain and Clayton L. Wright of Forest Ci- ty. The bride-elect is a senior student at Kings Mountain High School and is employed by Hank's Ranch. Mr. Wright is a 198] graduate of Kings Mountain Senior High School and is also a Specialist Four in the 82nd Airborne Division stationed at Fort record of $3,357,497 during the Society’s fiscal year which ended on August 31, 1983, the organization announced in its audited Annual Report. This was an increase of 38 percent over the previous 12 months. Supporting national programs, for the largest disbursement of funds during the year. Of this 46 percent, 31.3 percent supported research; 9.2 percent education and other programs; 5.5 percent supporting services. At the Divi- sion level 54 percent of the total budget was expended. Programs cent and 3.2 percent expended for local research. In support of the above programs, manage- ment and general expenses total- ed 6.3 percent and fund-raising expenses were 9.8 percent. The grand total of income received from all sources was funds. Most of the money it raises comes from individuals, primarily in the form of gifts ranging from $1 to $100. Help- ing to raise the money are 2,722,568 volunteers. Turn To Page 9-B Bragg. A July 14th wedding is planned. MRS. VIC GENE OWENS (Elizabeth Ann Patterson) Patterson-Owens Vows Exchanged In Gastonia Titman Chapel of Gastonia provided the setting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Ann Patterson and Vic Gene Owens. The couple pledged vows of the doublering ceremony before the Rev. Jerry Mobley, minister of the church. Joan Motes was organist for the program of nuptial music. The bride’s father escorted her to the altar and gave her in mar- riage. Best man for the bridegroom was Ed Lewis of Gastonia. Dana Page of Kings Moun- tain was the bride’s matron of honor and honor attendants were Janice K. Payne of Alexis and Bridget Cook of Gastonia. John F. Patterson, Jr. of Dallas and Larry Stacy of Kings Mountain served as ushers. After a wedding trip to the beach the newlyweds are at home on Route 3,EdgewoodAcres, in Bessemer City. The bride and bridegroom received friends at a reception after the ceremony in the fellowship hall of the church. The bride is the daughter of John F. and Donnie Patterson of Route 1, Kings Mountain. She is a graduate of North Gaston High School and is an indepen- dent beauty consultant. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Nell B. Frady and the late Allen R. Frady of Dallas. The bridegroom is the son of Bonnie H. Owens and the lae Ray B. Owens of King Moun- tain. He is a graduate of Kings Mountain High School and is employed by Duke Power Com- pany. 4

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