Open House | The Gaston County Unit of the American Cancer Society will hold open house at its new offices and Volunteer Work Center at 313 South Broad Street, Gastonia, Sun., June 24 between 1 and 6 p.m. A memorial tribute will be held during the afternoon. The public is invited to attend. Daskie’s CUSTOM PICTURE AWARDS DAY AT WEST SCHOOL - Andy Hollifield, left, sonof | FRAMES Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hollifield, and Stephen Fisher. son of Mr. JACOB A. DIXON and Mrs. Roy Fisher, were awarded highest citizenship honors : Sims Street at West School on Awards Day. Andy won the DAR Medal and % mn ge C. 28086 - sam Ings 1 AT Stephen received the NCAE Good Citizen Award. Bone. 704-739- 4238 | ACTIVITY DAY AT WEST SCHOOL - Second Graders at West School, above. prepare boxes to represent business, shops, etc. Ingram for a miniature town prepared by students and parents at West School during Activity Day recently. Ginger Hall and Jan Completes Welborn helped plan all art activities. Training MARTINIZING East King Street - Kings Mountain MONDAY & TUESDAY SPECIAL 3 SMALL ITEMS $399 TWO 2 PIECE SUITS. OR 2 REGULAR DRESSES (Mixed Or Matched) $499 5 LAUNDRY SHIRTS S ror $1 Must Be Picked-Up The Same Week NNN Marine Pfc. Gregory P. In- gram, son of Cecil N. and Kathy A. Ingram of 212 S. Roxford Road, Kings Mountain, N.C., has completed recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. During the 11-week training cycle, he learned the basics of battlefield survival. He was in- troduced to the typical daily routine that he will experience during his enlistment and studied the personal and profes- sional standards traditionally ex- hibited by Marines. He participated in an active physical conditioning program and gained proficiency in a varie- ty of military skills, including first aid, rifle marksmanship and close order drill. Teamwork and self-discipline were emphasized throughout the training cycle. MINIATURE TOWN - A miniature town was made by students at West School recently during Activity Day. Parents, teachers and aides assisted. Each student in the school prepared a business, store, or favorite place to visit. . ©0000000°00,009%0 3 (000000°°%°%00e00©00,000000°%°Cg ,000000°°°°°° { 1 PAINTING - All students designed and painted the front of a T shirt provided by West School and the P-TO during Activity Day at West School recently. Brush designs, splatter paint and stenciling were popular with the students. = Seminar A free Personal Power Seminar will be held at Holiday Inn Sat., June 23, from 9 a.m. until noon and local people say that the seminar is open to the public. Dr. Mike Hopping, nutritional specialist with American ¥ Marketing Group of Atlanta, 6 9 J Ga, wil lure on the bene SOUTHERN BELL. MAY I HELP YOU? To iy H i of proper nutrition in our daily : me" : : : : sila lives and specificially how an in- With all the exciting, revolutionary convenience, and sometimes, emergencies. ternationally reowned high per- technology we have to offer you in this So we know how important it is that your McDOWE LL Dance hey Sohn new Information Age, we at Southern Bell phone always works. That's why we have : : De ea Hopping’ haven't lost sight of the needs of our cus- people on duty 24 hours a day, every day | P 1A NO next lecture will be to the people tomers. In fact, with all the changesin our of the year. It’s the kind of effort you have | of Germany. business, our commitment to good service expected from us in the past. And we are | | TU NER Sharing te Prog) yin Dr. becomes even more important. After all, not about to let you down now, or in the ! Hopping Wi Bodie: Les, our families pick up their phones— future. Because we're Southern Bell. AND REPAIR Marketing Specialist with rae Tk for frit Arcade Th Tich With The Ei. if i American Marketing Group, Just like yours—Ior Irienasnip, ready in louc 1t e€ ture, : ho will lecture on maximizing 501 Mitchell Street w Phone 7e9070. |, ofits and tax advantages to Southern Bell Kings Mountain, ak For more information, call Ed BELLSOUTH Corpany | N.C. 28086 ‘| Hightower at 739-8211.

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