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BOOK CHARACTER WINNERS - Winners in
North School's Book Character Day contest
Friday are pictured above. They are Tasha
McClain, Indian, kindergarten; Shannon Dell-
inger, Captain Hook, first grade; Nikki Dixon,
CLASS WINNERS - Winners from classrooms
in North School's Book Character Day are pic-
tured above. They are Benjamin Brown,
Heather McDowell, Rex
Mary Poppins, second grade; Wendi Ross, Dr.
Frankenstein, third grade; Michael Phillips,
Peter Pan, fourth grade; and Tina Matheson,
Raggedy Ann, fifth grade.
Photos by Shirley Austin
Turner, Tamara Cape, Larry Neal, Wendi
Goode, Damon Putnam, Marie Mayse. Ralph
Ervin, Cathy Hutto, Shondi McGinnis and
Six Wrecks Reported
Police: charged two drivers
and several persons were injured
in six automobile accidents
which occurred during the
weekend. High property losses
A 1978 Toyoto operated by
M.L. Williams, of 508 S. Cansler
St., was totaled last Wednesday
at 9:40 p.m. when a 197} Ford
operated by Larry Lewis Carroll,
112 S. Gaston St.,made a left
turn in front of the Williams car
on Cleveland Avenue. Mrs.
Williams was taken to the
emergency room of the hospital
Thursday May 3, 1984
Tuesday, May 8, 1984
HOW TO MAKE MORE
MONEY WITH YOUR
A Basic Course in Making
Personal Financial Decisions
This is a two-session program designed to help you make better
Each session will last approximately one hour and forty-five
There is no charge and no obligation of any kind. HOWEVER
DUE TO LIMITED SEATING, YOUR FREE ADMISSION
TICKETS MUST BE OBTAINED IN ADVANCE.
You will learn about: ®Common Stocks © Bonds ® Options
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Preserving Your Hard Earned Money
Location: City of Kings Mountain Community Center
Room 111, 208 N. Cleveland Ave. :
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You inay order youf frée admission tickets by telephone. Call
for treatment of bruises. The
Carroll vehicle was damaged ap-
An accident involving a
motorcycle and a 1973 VW oc-
curred at 10;30 p.m. Wednesday
night on Battleground Avenue
near the intersection of Gold St.
George Ruff,Jr. was operating
the Kawasaki motorcycle and
Bobby Gene Martin of Fairview
Road was driving the car.
Friday the 13th proved
uniucky for two motorists. Cars
operated bys Lawrence Adams,
Margrace Road, operating a
1972 Chevy, and Willard Grubb,
o: Raintree Trailer Park,
operating a 1974 Chevrolet, col-
lided in the parking lot of Com-
munity Grocery. Damages totai-
A second accident on Friday
involved cars operated by Mattie
McGill, of Route 1, operating a
1975 Buick, and Kathy Moore,
Route 1, operating a 1975 Buick.
Damages totaled $550.
Harold Lee Alexander, 417 E.
Trade St., Dallas, operating a
1974 Cadillac, was charged with
reckless driving after his car
damaged a parked car, three
newspaper boxes, an iron pole
and Community Grocery Satur-
day evening at 6:15 p.m. Police
said that total damages
amounted to $700 to the store
building and paper boxes.A
parked car belonging to Sherry
Fowler, of 414 Belvedere Circle,
was damaged $300 and Alex-
ander’s vehicle was damaged
Police said that a-197} Pontiac
operated by Thomas Tyler, 9ii
West Louisiana Aven.,Bessemer
City, apparently ;went out of
control and hit a tree Saturday n
ight at 11:48 “p.m. Three
passengers in the car were taken
to the hospitals for treatment.
The driver was charged with no
operator’s license, hit and run
doing personai injury.
Classes Of ‘44
The 11th and 12th grades
graduating classes of Kings
Mountain High School in 1944
will hold their 40th reunion on
Anyone planning to attend
should make resrvations by May
1 with mrs. Nell C. Falls, 202
North Dilling Street, Kings
Set In KM
A team of teachers, speech
therapists, the school nurse, the
school social worker, and the
principal will conduct pre-school
screening sessions for all children
who will enter kindergarten this
coming school year and their
parents. To be eligible, the child
must be five years old on or
before October 15, 1984 and
must be a resident of the Kings
Mountain school district.
Registration is currently taking
place at each of the five elemen-
The screening sessions are be-
ing planned for 15 students at
one time. The first group will
begin at 8:30 a.m., the second at
10:30 a.m., and the last at 1:30
p.m. Parents should contact the
school in their district to secure a
registration form and make an
appointment for the screening
which is on a firstcome, first-
served basis. If the parent does
not know which school his child
will attend, he should call the
District School Office at
739-4580 for that information.
Screening sessions will be held
North School, April 30 and
May 1; East School, May 2 and
3; Grover School, May 7 and 8;
Bethware School, May 9 and 10;
West School, May 14 and 15.
Parents will need to bring the
child’s official birth certificate
(not the hospital record), his up-
to-date immunization record,
and a copy of his/her physical ex-
amination by the family doctor
or the health department.
Reunions of five graduating
classes of Kings Mountain High
School will be held May 18th at
Class members returning
represent the Class of 1928, the
Class of 1929, the Class of 1930
the < Class ‘of: 1931" ‘and
1932. Alumni should make
their reservations for the meal
with Hal S. Plonk, Crescent Cir-
cle, Kings Mountain.
Ulysses S. Grant, an un-
known ex-soldier at the be-
ginning of the Civil War,
became the first of the
nation’s generals to wear
-— ~~ - Reid Ja
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