RI A Oe RSA SI SAEs BOY OF THE YEAR - Aubrey Hollifield. right, accepts an award from Dr. Paul Hendricks for being named Kings Moun- tain Boys Club’s Co-Boy of the Year. The award was presented during halftime of Monday night's basketball at Kings Moun- tain High between local all-stars and college players from Clemson and Wake Forest. John Hill, who shared the award with Hollifield, was not present. VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR - Bobby Bell. right. accepts the Kings Mountain Boys Club Volunteer of the Year Award from Dr. Paul Hendricks during halftime of Monday's all-star basketball game between local all players and college standouts ifrom Clemson and Wake Forest. Models To Show Fashions Joan Baker’s School of Model- ing will present a fashion show as the program for the annual Secretary’s Luncheon Wednes- day, April 25th, at noon at the Holiday Inn. Secretaries and their bosses are encouraged to attend. Make reservations for the gourmet lun- cheon at $6.50 per plate to Mrs. Peggy Bradshaw at the Holiday Inn, P.O. Box 304. Kings Mountain Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the lun- cheon during the observance of Professional Secretaries Week. The honored guests will receive flowers,and door prizes will be presented. Knights Of Pythias Softball Tourney Set Knights of Pythian of Cher- ryville will sponsor the annual Men and Women’s Softball Tournaments on Friday, Satur- day and Sunday, April 27,28 and 29 and on May 4,5,6.The entry fee for the women’s tourney is $55 plus two Worth Blue dot softballs. The entry fee for the men’s tourney is $65 plus two Worth Blue Dot softballs. Inquiries, including informa- tion about your team, should be sent to Lester Canipe, Tourney Chairman. He can be reached by phone at 435-3473. Entry fees can be mailed to Knights of Pythias PIT Tournament PO Box 292, Cherryville,N. C. 28092. : Junior High Girls Lose 11-3 Wednesday Kings Mountain Junior High’s girls softball team drop- ped its first game of the year last Wednesday to undefeated West McDowell, 11-3. Kings Mountain committed seven errors and West McDowell batters also took ad- vantage of six bases on balls. Paula Owensby hurled the win for West and Buffy Hut- chins took the loss. Regina Brown was 2-for4, in- cluding a double, and Lynn Donaldson was 2-for-3, in- cluding two doubles, for the Lady Patriots. Judy Mooney was 3-for4 for West. Kings Mountain, now 2-1, hosts East McDowell on May 2. Men’s Softball Schedule For Monday, Wednesday Men’s industrial siowpitch seftball schedule for next week: " Monday, at Deal Street: 6 p.m. - Sulzer vs. Sadie Mill; 7 p.m. - Foote vs. Anvil Knit; 8 p.m. - Park Yarn vs. Norick Brothers; 9 p.m - Spectrum vs. Clevemont. Monday, at City Stadium: 6 p.m. - Thermo-Welco vs. Ci- ty of Kings Mountain; 7 p.m. Kinmont vs. Reliance. Wednesday, at Deal Street: 6 p.m. - Reliance vs. Cleve- mont; 7 p.m. - Norick vs. Kin- mont; 8 p.m. - Park Yarn vs. Foote; 9 p.m. - Sadie vs. Spec- trum. Wednesday, at City Stadium: 6 p.m. - City vs. Suizer; 7 p.m. - Anvil vs. Thermo-Welco. RRR RR RR SS Thursday, April 19, 1984-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 9A Golf Tourney To Aid Club The Kings Mountain Jaycees, in conjunction with the Kings Mountain Boys Club, will spon- sor the second annual Benefit Golf Tournament May 5-6 at Kings Mountain Country Club. All profits from the tourney will go to the Boys Club. Entry fee is $30 and includes green fees and a free practice round the week prior to the tour- nament. Entry deadline is Wednesday, May 2. Players will be flighted based on Saturday’s scorers and gift certificates will be awarded to the top three places in each flight. Starting times will be assigned for each day with the earliest entries receiving prefer- red positions. Prizes will also be awarded each day for closest-to-the-hole and longest drives. Persons interested in com- peting may sign up at the Kings Mountain Country Club pro shop or by filling out the entry form below and mailing it and the entry fee to P.O. Box 303, Kings Mountain. NAME ees ADDRESS PHONE HANDICAP cere Preferred partner and star- ting time for Saturday round Junior High Netters Win Kings Mountain Junior High’s tennis team opened its season last week with a 9-1 vic- tory over East McDowell. Kings Mountain won all six singles matches and three of the four double matches. Singles winners were Bryan Tignor, Hullender Post Ethel Tignor’s team swept four games from Betty Hullender in Amazing Grace Bowling League action Friday night at the Dilling Heating Lanes. Mrs. Tignor led her bowlers with a 102 line and 289 set. Mrs. Hullender led her team with a Jones, who defeated Kris Burleson 6-0, 6-1; Jeff Guy, who defeated Scott Prather 6-0, 6-2; Mike Clary, who defeated Pat Genet 6-2, 64; Ashley McGin- nis, who defeated Jackie Young 60, 60; Kim McGinnis, who defeated Lucy Burgin 6-1, 6-1; 108 line and 324 set. In another match, Helen Brackett’s team won two of three games from Betty Crawford. Jeannine Fisher led the winners with a 95 line and 243 set. Linda Joy led Crawford’s team ith a 114 line and 289 set. and J.J. Warlick, who defeated Lisa Brackett 6-0, 6-0. In doubles action, Junior Henderson and Daryl Chen defeated John Cross and Kevin Dioquine 8-3; Eddie Scruggs and John Dilling was high scorer in Mixed Duckpin Bowling League action Tuesday night at the Dilling Heating Lanes but his team still dropped three of four decisions to Betty Hullender. Dilling rolled a 129 line and 354 series, but was the only member of his team to top the Robert Murphree defeated Greg Burleson and Lloyd Bailey 8-0; Melissa Rikard and Jenny Reid defeated Missy Holland and Ashley Johnston 8-1; and Ellen Burgin and Amy Parker of East McDowell defeated Tracy Hor- ton and Gwen Hicks 8-6. Wins 300-set mark. Charity Tignor led the winners with a 131 line and 318 set. In another match, R.W. Hullender and Johnny Dye split. Hullender led his team with a 120 line and 333 set. Sara Cash led Dye’s team with a 105 line and 290 set. DEPARTMENT STORE KINGS MOUNTAIN. N.C DOWNTOWN KINGS MOUNTAIN EASTER SALE GIRLS EASTER DRESSES Sizes 2T-14 Reduced 0% SPRING & SUMMER DRESSES r., Misses, Half Sizes All Reduced 9%. This Weekend Only Large Selection Of SPRING SPORTSWEAR By Bobbie Brooks Red, White, Blue, Black, Beige Reduced 5%. BOYS SUITS Reduced 2. For Easter Large Selection Of LADIES DRESS SHOES Reduced For Easter 1 BOYS DRESS SHIRTS Sizes 8-20 Reg. $9.95 Sale $7788

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