Vandalism Is Reported
Vandals broke windows out of
the caboose located at the Depot
Center during the weekend, ac-
cording to police reports.
Police Secretary Marti Blan-
ton said that $150 in damages
were done to the property.
Other complaints were from
Catherine Duncan, Pine Manor
Apts., who reported that so-
meone threw a light fixture
through her apartment window;
Timothy Wright, Battle Forest
Apartments, who said that
huhbcaps were stolen valued at
larence Wheeler,Jr. 304 E.
Parker St., reported theft of a
stepladder, ice chest and clothes
valued at $125; Connie Davis,
127 Ark street, reported theft of
hubcaps valued at $117; Mrs.
Ellen Mason reported that an in-
ternational truck was vandalized
with no damage but lugs were
loosened from the wheels;
Monte Harbin, of 916 First St.,
reported theft of a weedeater
valued at $169;Guy Trout, 1416
vandalism to his mailbox;
Charles Smith, of E. King St.,
reported that a large assortment
of equipment valued at $4,650
was stolen from his vehicle; Dale
Smart, 317 Fulton St., reported
theft of a wallet containing per-
sonal papers and $8 in cash; and
several reports of breaking and
entering were made with citizens
saying that nothing was
taken.Cynthia Moore, of 76
Pine Manor Apartments,
reported that someone broke in-
to her apartment and took three
packages of cigarettes.
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things is good humor."
— Thomas Jefferson
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TALENT WINNERS - Winners of the high
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right, is second place winner Larry Hamrick
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Dancers took the first place
trophies in the annual Kings
Mountain Kiwanis Club Talent
Show for grades 8-12 Thursday
Scott Campbell, Todd Fain,
Kenneth Potter and Jamie Y ork
did a break dance to “Rock It” to
win the junior high division.
Heather Bradshaw sang “Almost
Over You” to take second place.
Other participants in the
junior high division were Jill
Bowden, who sang “Why Do
Fools Fall in Love”; H.C. Bell,
who danced to “Billy Jean”; Tina
Hollifield, who sang “We Shall
Behold Him” and Mike Curry,
who sang “One In A Million.”
Targe Wofford, Tony Lewis,
Shane Shockley, Dennoris
Wilson and Darris Watkins did a
break dance to “Radio Activity”
to win the high school division.
Patrick Hamrick took second
place with the piano selection
Others in the high school divi-
sion were David Dingusy who
played “My Tribute” on the
piano; Sandy Wells, who sang
“One More Song For You”;
Gary Feaster, who sang “Let
The Music Play”; Lisa Vaughtn,
who sang “Going Up Yonder”
and Laura Wright, who sang
“Because of Who I Am.”
Special entertainment was
presented by Holly Dellinger,
Angel Allen, the West School
Cloggers and Tonya Hawkins.
Jonas Bridges, manager of
Radio Station WKMT, was
master of ceremonies.
The musical drama “Then
Came Sunday” will be presented
at Eastside Baptist church in
Blacksburg April 21 and April
22 at 7 p.m. The public is invited
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