NR SNE i —————————— Se Te mm "hh". From Page 1-B mal and a yellow-throated orchid at her shoulder. The gown was designed with V-neckline and long, gathered sleeves with a for- mal length skirt. The bride’s grandmother, Mrs. Hoyle Ponder, chose a mint green pleated long gown and a white cymbidium orchid. Mrs. A.U. Tindall, paternal grandmother of the bridegroom, chose an aqua polyester: formal with a white cymbidium orchid at her shoulder. After the ceremony, the bride’s parents entertained at a beautifully appointed wedding reception in the church fellowship hall where the bridal theme of peach and candlelight was carried out in decorative details. The bride’s table, highlight of decoration, held an elegant wedding cake decorated by the bride’s mother in candlelight and fresh peach col- ored rosebuds. The cake was shaped with five cakes at the base with five nosegays in be- tween each cake and stacked in five tiers with a flowing fountain in between. The cake was topped with a candlelight lace covered container filled with peach sweetheart roses and baby’s breath. The bride’s mother catered the reception. All refreshment tables were covered with candlelight lace over taffeta and ruffled at the bottom and top. The refreshment table was centered with a brass urn filled with Gerbera daisies, Alstroemeria roses, and Eremurus roses, all in peach col- ors. On each side of the central arrangement was a tall brass candlestick filled with peach roses. Brass appointments held an assortment of party pickups including vegetable dip, fresh fruits of melon balls and strawberries with dip, cheese rings, orange balls, marinated sausages, chicken drummettes, ham rolls, toasted pecan halves, bell shaped peach chocolate mints, caramel balls, decorated sandwiches, and peach punch. Assisting in serving were Joyce Ledford, Treva Mullinax, Linda Appling, Barbara Ellis, Ruth Sanders, Linda Ledford, * Margaret Tolbert, Dora. Ann a Bowen and Jeanette Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Dixon said goodbyes. Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Smith of Lancaster, S.C. video- taped the wedding ceremony. Two bridal portraits were on display in the reception room. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dee Goforth of Grover are parents of the bride who was graduated from Kings Mountain Senior 4-H Camp Slated A special camp program on the topic of electricty and new technology has been scheduled for the week of August 5-10, at Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Camp Center near Reidsville, North Carolina. The camp program open to any youth from ages 12-19 ‘will include ‘a demonstratio or radio-controlled - airplanes, an electric show from Discovery Place, and a tour of Cinqua-Penn Plantation in addi- tion to the usual camp activities of swimming, canoeing, archery, crafts, astronomy, photography, and a special rocketry project. This entire week of fun and learning is available for a fee of only $75.00. A free scholarship is offered to interested adults who desire to participate in the weeks activities. Please contact Florence Brooks, Extension Agent, 4-H. 130 South Post Road, Shelby, N.C. (4824365), if you desire more information or would like a brochure giving more details and an application. GOSPEL SING True Vine Gospel Singers will sing Sunday night at 6 p.m. at First Nazarene Church on S. Cherokee Street. The public is invited to attend. CARD OF THANKS The family of Neal Lowery would like to thank the staff of Kings Mountain Convalescent Center, the doctors and nurses at Kings Mountain Family Prac- tice, and all of our friends for their many acts of kindness dur- ing the death of our loved one. rs. Sadie Gill Lowery | High School, attended Gaston College and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and received her degree in accoun- ting from Belmont Abbey col- lege. She is employed by Kings Mountain Mica, Inc. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Tin- dall, Sr. of Kings Mountain and was graduated from Kings Mountain Senior High School. He is a student at Gaston Col- lege and is employed with Duke Power Company in Rock Hill, S.C. A large number of out-of- town wedding guests included friends and family members from Kings Mountain, Shelby, Gaffney, S.C., Lancaster, S.C, Columbia, S.C., Spartanburg, S.C., and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Out-oftown guests in the Kings Mountain-Grover area Saturday for the wedding of Jan Goforth and Greg Tindall in- cluded Mrs. L.C. Barker and bob, of Gastonia, great-aunt of VACATIONING? | You'll find Food Lion's low prices in Ocean City, Nags Head, Virginia Beach, Carolina Beach and Myrtle Beach! FOOD LION These prices good Saturday, June 23, 1° USDA Choice Beef Chuck Boneless thru LLL R We reserve the right to limit quantities. 8 Lb. LES Thursday. June 14, 1984-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 5B the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Lowdermilk of Taylorsville, aunt and uncle of the bridegroom, and Daniel and Jean Lowdermilk of Taylorsville, cousins of the bridegroom. Also: Mrs. Robin Whisnant of Albuquerque, New Mexico, the bride’s cousin; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert goforth of Columbia, CHOICE | Gualtney 1 USDA Choice Extra Lean Stew Beef Goforth-Tindall Couple Exchange Marriage Vows S.C., aunt and uncle of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson of Spartanburg, S.C., aunt and un- cle of the bride; Mrs. B.L. Jones of Gaffney, S.C., aunt of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson of Shelby, cousins of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Smith of Lancaster, S.C. USDA Choice CI] Chuck - Bone-In 68 Lb. in: Lim “2 5../19, Tender Yellow Pepsi L 08 2 Liter - Diet Pepe Papal Fee -Free/Diet Pepsi-Free/ 1 Lb. - Margarine Mrs. Filbert's Quarters 8 02. - Whip Topping EET CTT 4 HE 6800 EVERYDAY LOW Te 3/89. Cadillac Dog Food 14 0.

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