PHOTO BY GAIL SHYTLE
HONORED FOR SERVICE - Lib Stewart, News Editor of the
Herald, was honored for her service to North Carolina Press
Women as president during the past year at the Spring
Awards Banquet Saturday in Chapel Hill. Making the presen-
tation, right, is Herald publisher Garland Atkins.
BY RAINEY HAIGLER
Week At KM High
This is National Student Leadership Week. The goals of National
Student Leadership Week are to recognize our nation’s student
leaders; publicize the achivements of students participating in co-
curricular activities such as student council, cheerleading, debate,
drama, honor societies, journalism, music, vocational and technical
and other student organizations; highlight the importance of leader-
ship training for America’s future leaders and recognize those faculty
members and school administrators who serve as advisers to co-
curricular activities. a
The Division of Student-Agtivities of the National Association of
Secondary School Principals sponsors the week and has called on Con-
gress to pass an official proclamation to be signed by President
T.V. personality Anson Williams, (Potsie) of Happy Days, is serving
as honorary chairperson because he belives in the many positive out-
comes of being an active participant in co-curricular school activities.
According to Scott Thomson, executive director of NASSP, “Stu-
dent activities are a vital party of secondary school education that go
hand and hand with quality academix programs. They teach leader-
ship and personal skills which enable young people to function suc-
cessfully in our society as well-rounced individuals.”
NASSP is an association of 34,000 secondary school administrators
headquartered in Reston, Virginia near Washington, D.C. It sponsors
the National Association of Student Councils and the National Honor
The Student Council for the 1983-1984 at Kings Mountain Senior
High School is the following students: Jeff Chapman, President;
Richard Gold, Vice-President; Angela Blackwell, Secretary/Treasurer;
Senior Representatives are Sandi Watterson, Susie Biggers, Holly Dell-
inger, Pat Davis, Carla Adams, Angel Allen, Dana Blalock, Tippi
Curry, Shawn Gibby, Todd Gossett, Rainey Haigler, Angela Lyon,
Joy McCoy, Lisa Wright, Ronnie Wright, and Spring Young.
Junior Representatives are Jill Brooks, Sonya Condrey, Robin
Warlick, Shane Barnes, Liza Blanton, Leonard Byers, Amy Crawford,
Chris Huffstetler, Leigh Ann Odell, Lin Putnam, Lisa Vaughn, Maury
Williams, Ericka Woods, Brenda Wright, Julie Varboro, and Toni
Goforth. Sophomore Representatives are: Gina Stone, Edie Herndon,
Roderick Boyce, Susie Moore, Jenifer Bradley, Mike Brown, Dante
Gibby, Patrick Hamrick, Pat Jeffries, Stephanie Joye, Jeff Ledford,
Donal Mauney, Pattie McGinnis, Kevin Sabucco, Vince Sullens, and
At large representatives are Thomas Putnam, Lee Ann Lineberger,
and Si Silaphel. The Faculty Advisors are Anita Campbell and Dean
Hwy. 74 West - Kings Mountain, N.C.
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR
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And Your Order Will Be Ready When You Arrive
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BBQ sandwich, french fries,
gelatin w/pears, peanut butter
Turkey pot pie, golden corn,
baked beans, buttered roll.
Taco, shredded lettuce, diced
Macaroni and cheese, ham
biscuit, green beans, fruit salad.
Spaghetti, tossed salad, apple
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Hot dog with chili, french
fries, baked beans, raisin cookie.
Sloppy joe with cheese, corn on
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MAY 9 PHOTO BY LIB STEWART
cob, fried okra, devil's food cake. 1yNIOR HIGH PLANTING - Members of the Kings Mountain Junior High Student Council,
above, plant geraniums at Kings Mountain Convalescent Center as a special Easter project.
MAY 10 Assisting are Roxanne Bachelor, Sandra Broome, Beanie Hardin, Laura Allen, Audra Barber.
Turkey: dog, french fries, Scott Campbell and Angie Bolin. Class leaders are Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Ellis.
green beans, fruit gelatin.
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MAY Broadway’ Set In Cherryville
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Lasagna, greens The Cherryville Little Theatre tle Theatre on Academy Street. singer and composer George M.
fruit, french bread. ; " 4
will present “Give My Regards ) Cohan.
A y : adwav? Thursdav Fridav The sicale features the Tickets are $3 and $2. For ad-
| d with all to Broadway” Thursday, Friday The musicale ! ickets are an . Fora
Pint ofl milk served witha and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Lit- music and lyrics of the late great vance tickets, call 435-2559.
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To serve time "IN JAIL" at the
JAIL-A-THON - April 26 & 27
For a $25 donation anyone may procure a “warrant” for the “arrest” of anyone. Upon payment of
$25, a "police officer” will proceed to the suspect's place of business or home, handcuff the suspect
and deliver him to the “Magistrate” at Mountain City Building Supply, Downtown Kings Mountain.
The “Magistrate” will set "bond" and the subject will be placed in a mock jail. He will be allowed to
use the telephone to entreat his friends to post his "bond" so he can be freed. The amount of bond
will go to the American Cancer Society.
Volunteers will be on hand to take your calls from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
CALL NOW 739-8517
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, CLEVELAND COUNTY UNIT