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EDITH DAVIS
Funeral services for Mrs.
Edith Stamey Davis, 68, of 119
Railroad Ave.,who died Monday
in the Kings Mountain Con-
valescent Center, were con-
ducted Wednesday afternoon at
4 p.m. from Foursquare Gospel
Church by the Rev. Oscar
Stalcup, Rev. Ralph Smith and
Rev. Ray Allmond, interment
following in Mountain Rest
Cemetery.
She was the daughter of the
late Silas and Frances Robinson
Stamey. Her first husband was
the late Roy B. Towery and her
Hayley Borders
Notes Birthday
Hayley Dawn Borders,
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.
Timothy Borders of - Grover,
celebrated her second birthday
April 25th.
She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horton of
Kings Mountain and Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Borders of Grover.
She is the great-granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs.James Reynolds
of King Mountain and Mrs. C.
A. Borders of Grover, Mrs.
Geneva Leming of Kings Moun-
tain and Mrs. Edna Horton of
Belmont.
Her mother is the former
Carol Horton of Kings Moun-
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Thursday, April 26, 1984-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 3A
Church Auction Set
East Kings Mountain Church
of God will sponsor a big auction
Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m.at
Depot Center.
A variety of items will be auc-
tioned and the community is in-
vited to attend.
A bake sale and the sale of
hotdogs with all the trimmings
will get underway at 10 a.m.
Proceeds from the auction will
be added to the building fund.
Businesses in the area have
donated approximately 300 new
items which will be auctioned,
plus many more new and old
items will be for sale to the in-
terested public. ;
Citizens with new or used
items to donate to the sale and
auction should call Ruth Navy
at 7394471 or Rev.John Heath
at 739-7367 and gifts are tax-
deductible.
American Legion Sets
Saturday Dinner-Dance
American Legion Post 155
will sponsor a dinner-dance
Saturday night with dinner to be
served beginning at 7 p.m. at the
Post Home on York Road. Din-
ner reservations are required and
should be made with Manager
Butch Broome.
“Freeway South” will play for
dancing from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m.
Dance tickets are $10 per couple
at the door and meal and dance
tickets are $22 per couple.
HAYLEY BORDERS tain.
es elk Stevens
Ty FO UNDERS DAY, S
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Masters Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Cathy McDaniel :
In Honor Society
ans Eos Hons FOUNDERS DAY SALE NOW IN PROGRESS...
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*Knit Tops eShorts Swim Suits eDresses
second husband was the late
Frank Davis.
Surviving are three sons, Bob-
by Dean Towery and Michael
Towery, both of Kings Moun-
tain, and Freddie Towery of
Cherryville; three daughters,
Joan Whitman and Linda Jones,
both of Kings Mountain, and
Brenda Hollifield of Shelby; a
brother, John Stamey of
Charlotte; two sisters, Mattie
CLEVELAND MALL
SHELBY, N.C.
SEER
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Kappa Phi honor society recent-
ly. Miss McDaniel, a senior at
UNCC,was one of 50 students
inducted at ceremonies April
12th.
Phi Kappa Phi ws the first
honor society to recognize
superior scholarship in all fields
of study and to take into its
membership the highest ranking
students from any branch of
learning. Membership in the
society is by election only and to
qualify a student must maintain
a 3.8 or better average. No more
than 10 percent of a graduating
class from all disciplines at tte
- university may be elected for
we membership. The name Phi Kap-
pa Phi is taken from the motto,
‘which when translated from |
Greek is “Let the love of learn-
ing rule mankind”. Although,
the emphasis is on scholarship,
the society recognizes that ex-
cellent character must be an in-
separable attribute of its
members.
Miss McDaniel will graduate
May 12 from the College of Nur-
sing at UNCC. After graduation,
she will be employed at Gaston
Memorial Hospital as a
registered nurse applicant.
William McSwain
Joins Church Staff
William A. McSwain, son of
Jackie McSwain and the late
William McSwain, has joined
the staff of Temple Baptist
Church as part-time Minister of
Youth and Music.
McSwain comes to Kings
Mountain from Highland Bap-
tist Church. Winner of the 1984
Gardner Webb concerto com-
petition, he has completed his
studies in organ and voice and
plans to graduate in the 1984 85
year afte ocmpleting his studies
in conducting and piano. He in-
vites all his friends and associates
to join him in worship at Temple
Baptist Church.
—
Champion
Inducted
Christopher Lyman Cham-
pion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Champion of Kings Mountain,
was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma
Freshman Honor Fraternity in
ceremonies April 2 at N.C. State
University.
To be accepted into the frater-
nity, a student must attain a
rads point average of 3.5 or bet- “ez. i Sg = %
er.
Champion, a graduate of
; Kings Mountain High School, is
majoring in civil engineering and
construction.
GOSPEL SING Get the family in-step for summer with savings on Nike® casuals
Natural fits for an active summer. Shown here are just a few from the Nike collection now on sale.
Piedmont Baptist Church will i J “Challenge Court.” Rugged leather/mesh
4 ; “Lady Spirit” comfortable nylon jogger
¢ 1 Sing Sund
; on 2 pt a for men in white/blue/red. Reg. 40.00 30.00 for her in white/lilac. Reg. 30.00 22.50
will be the Masters Singers and “Meadow Supreme.” A leather/mesh favo- “Vulcan.” Designed for boys in leather
se
the public is invited to attend. rite for men in white/navy. Reg. 33.00 24.75 with Velcro® straps. White. Reg. 30.00 22.50
Rev. Tim Spencer is pastor of
the church.
    

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