vl ts «Shower Honors Page 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. June 28, 1984 CHRIS HUFFSTETLER DAVID PERVINE MIKE REYNOLDS Kings Mountain Students In Close-Up N.C. Program Approximately 350 students and teachers gathered recently in Raleigh for North Carolina CLOSE UP. Area represen- tatives who were among the par- ticipants included Chris Huff- stetler, David Pervine, Mike Reynolds, Brenda Wright and their teacher coordinater, Dean Westmoreland, all of Kings Mountain Senior High School. North Carolina “Close Up” began in 1978. It is an educa- tional program which was designed to allow students and their techers to interact with state officials, legislators, representatives from the news media, lobbyist organizations, etc. through panel discussions, seminars, debates, question and answer sessions, etc. The pro- gram is modeled after the highly successful National Close Up program which provides oppor- tunities for teachers and students to use Washington, D.C. as a classroom in the same manner that Raleigh is used for the North Carolina program. Some of the elected and ap- pointed leaders of North Carolina who addressed the ma- jor issues facing our state and a ‘Miss Donna Caveny, whose wedding to Lane Logan took place Saturday, was honored recently at a bridal drop-in in the Fellowship Hall of Kings Moun- tain Baptist Church. Entertaining together were BRENDA WRIGHT how their particular branch or department of state government approaches these issues were: Secretary of State Thad Eure, Commissioner of Agriculture Jim Graham, State Superinten- dent of Education A. Craig Phillips, Associate Justices of the State Supreme Court James Ex- um and Henry Frye, Rep. Harold Brubaker and Senator Roxanne Mauney. Sarah Rhea, Kim Tate, Mimi Mercier, Cindy Gillespie, and Laura Flowers. The 20 guests showered the bridelect with miscellaneous household gifts. The pink and white theme of Harold Hardison. Other speakers presented the State Auditor’s Office, the Depart- ments of Labor, Human Resources, Revenue, Cultural Resources, Commerce and Cor- rections, and the Attorney- General’s office. Several exciting debates were conducted. David Price from the North Carolina Democratic Par- ty and Barbara Machada with - the North Carolina Republican Party debated the merits of their respective parties. W.W. Finlator and the Rev. Lamarr Mooneyham debated the issue of prayer in schools. North Carolina “Close Up” is now in its seventh year of opera- tion. It is governed and operated by a working advisory commit- tee of teachers and ad- ministrators from the North Carolina schools systems and by the Social Studies Division of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Approximately 140 high schools including the North Carolina School for the Deaf participated in this year’s pro- gram. R.J. Reynolds, Inc. provides partial funding for this program. Donna the wedding was beautifully . featured in decorations and refreshments. Miss Caveny was presented a corsage of pink silk roses to wear with her party dress. Stock TB119 V-6, fuel injection, aut-trans., power steering, power brakes, white sidewall tires, tinted glass, body side molding, AM/FM stereo, paint stripes, air condition, under- coating, fabric protection LIST PRICE *11,324 *999 FULL DELIVERED PRICE IN KINGS MOUNTAIN The Rev. : 1984 TEMPO-L Stock T-12 2 door, 4-speed, power steering, body side protection, bumper rub strips, radio, under- coating, fabric protection and exterior paint sealant. LIST PRICE *7,768 FULL DELIVERED PRICE IN KINGS MOUNTAIN ALL FORD'S IN STOCK AT SIMILAR SAVINGS WE DELIVER WHAT WE ADVERTISE BiB 910 SHELBY ROAD PHONE 739-4743 KINGS MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA 28086 Listed Below Are A Few Examples Of The Tremendous Savings During Our Sidewalk Sale This Thursday, Friday & Saturday GIRLS STRIPED LEE JEANS BOYS SHORTS By OP & Izod - Sizes 8 - 20 Reg. Price To $17.50 Large Selection - SALE PRICE $Q88 $1088 ALL LADIES SPRING & SUMMER SPORTSWEAR Bobbie Brooks - Izod For Her - Koret Of California - Pant-Her Fire Island REDUCED 2% - 0% or 130 TEN 31 KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. On Sizes 4-6x, 7-14 Values To $22.00 SALE PRICE Shop Our Store In Downtown Kings Mountain Thursday, Friday & Saturday Look For The Bargains The Sidewalk ges CHILDRENS| BOYS SHORTS By OP - Sizes 4-7 Reg. Price To $12.00 SALE PRICE $638 SIDEWALK SALE PRICE MUSCLE SHIRTS 8-10, 12-14, 16-18, 4 Colors $999 DURING OUR SIDEWALK SALE ONLY AR

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