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THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1984 9-8 Mei h
. KINGS MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA
panied by a parent.
Earn Bicycle, TV, Money
In Herald Subscription Drive
Calling all Boys ond Girls, Moms and Dads, Grandmas and Grandpas
~anyone interested in winning a free bicycle. television set or vacation
The Kings Mountain Herald announces its annual summer Subscription
campaign open to everyone in our circulation area.
Here are the rules of the campaign:
sFor each 20 subscriptions a participant sells, he or she will receive a free bicycle
(Western Flyer 10 speed models No. 34-2936-2; 34-2937-0) or an- RCA 12 in. black
and white TV set.); or the participant may take half of the cash (less tax): If a partici-
pant desires to get a higher priced bicycle, he must pay the difference. If he or she
chooses a lower priced bicycle, he will get no refund. If a participant sells less than
20 subscriptions, he may take half the cash (less tax). If he or she sells more than 20,
he may take half the cash (less tax). Children under 12 years of age must be accom-
* Subscriptions may be sold to any of the following six newspapers: Belmont Banner,
Mt. Holly News, Bessemer City Record, Stanley News, Cherryville Eagle, Kings
*One-year subscriptions only will be accepted. No six months subscriptions will
count. A two year subscription will count the same as two one-year subscriptions.
*The campaign will begin on Thursday, August 2, and will end Eriday, August 24,
*Only new subscriptions will count. Renewals to any subscription will not count.
Must be expired at least thirty days.
* All subscriptions must be turned in to the newspaper office on Thursday or
Fridays. No’ subscriptions will be accepted on any other day. We request that
subscriptions be turned in each Thursday or Friday during the campaign by 4 pi.
* Anyone entering the campaign who does not sell enough to win a prize will receive
one half of money, excluding tax.
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A reunion of Kings Mountain
ambassadors who participated in
the Friendship Force program
recently to Holland with some of
their host families was held
Monday night at the home of
Mrs. John H. Gamble on
Homemade ice cream and
cake was served to the group
after they enjoyed slides made
by local people when they visited
last summer in the Netherlands.
The Holland visitors stopped
in Kings Mountain Friday
enroute from a two week’s stay
in Rustin, Va.
Local hosts this week to the
visitors are Connie Phifer, Mr.
and Mrs. I.C. Davis, and Mr.
and Mrs. Doyle Campbell, all of
whom were accompanying their
guests to scenic areas in the
mountains and entertaining
them in their homes this week.
Millie Gladden Killed
In Monday Accident
Mrs. Millie Annielee Mauney
Gladden, 80, was killed Monday
morning when she stepped off
the curb in front of a dump
Kings Mountain Police said
Mrs. Gladden, widow of John
W. Gladden, Sr., was crossing
North Battleground at Parker St.
to get to the Senior Citizens
Center at the Depot. She had
walked to the Center from her
home two blocks away on
Police said no charges were fil-
ed against the driver, of the
truck, Lewis England, 59, of 209
Blanton St., operating a dump
truck for Kerns Brothers Truck-
ing. The England vehicle was
traveling North on North Bat-
tleground at a speed of between
30 and 35 miles per hour, accor-
ding to police reports. Cleveland
County Coroner Ralph Mitchem
ruled the accident unavoidable,
police said. Investigating officers
werre Assistant Police Chief Bob
Hayes, Ptl. Jimmy West and Ptl.
The accident occurred at
be 437 am. Mrs, Gladden was
pronounced dead at the scene.
Mrs. Gladden had been active
HOLLAND VISITORS - A reunion of Kings Mountain Ambassadors in the recent Friendship
Force to Holland with their host families was held Monday at the home of Mrs. John H. Gam-
ble. From left. Bep. Van Den Hurk of Eindhoven who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1.C. Davis this
week: Berty Nendels of Eindhoven, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Campbell: Piet Snyders and
Anjaline Snyders of Asten-Heusden, who are visiting Connie Phifer; and Annie Van Waayen-
burg. of Dewine, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Davis.
10 Women Organize
Jaycette Chapter Here
Kings Mountain Jaycee
Women organized Tuesday
night with 10 members at the
hom. of Faye Ramey on
New officers of the new Kings
Mountain civic club include
Dies In Wreck
A 35-year-old Gastonia man
was killed and another man
seriously injured Wednesday
night when the pickup truck in
which they were riding crashed
into a tree on Bethlehem Road
south of Kings Mountain.
Dead at the scene was John
Richard Wallace of 4006 Lin-
wood Road, Gastonia. The
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Faye Ramey, president; Denise
Falls, vice president; Penny Bid-
dix, secretary; and Karen
The club is open to all women,
single or married, between the
ages of 18-35 and will hold
regular meetings the second and
fourth Monday nights at 7:30
p.m. A special membership
meeting will be held Aug. 7th at
7:30 p.m. and information on
membership can be obtained by
calling 739-8368 and 739-5723.
The new club, which is not af-
filiated with the local Jaycees
organization and which has over
2,000 chapters in North
Carolina and 60,000 chapters in
the nation, will focus on com-
munity projects, in addition to
the N.C. Burn Center, Ronald
McDonald House and Special
Olympics, in addition to local
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JAYCEE WOMEN - New officers of the newly-formed Kings
Mountain Jaycee Women, are pictured following an organiza-
tional meeting Tuesday. Seated, Faye Ramey, president; back
row, Karen Brown, treasurer, and Penny Biddix, secretary.
MRS. ].W. GLADDEN
in the volunteer program at the
Senior Citizens Center and also
for Unit 155 of the American
Legion Auxiliary for many
years. She was also an active
member of Second Baptist
Church. A native of Cherokee
County, she was the daughter of
the late Michel and Janie Bell
Mauney. Her husband, long ac-
tive - in American Legion ac-
tivities and a World War 1
veteran, died in 1980. The cou-
ple reared 11 children in a family
of 24" grandchildren Cand i
Funeral services will be con-
ducted Thursday afternoon at 3
p.m. from Second Baptist
Church by her pastor, Rev.
Eugene Land, assisted by Rev.
J.C. Goare, pastor of Kings
Mountain Baptist Church. Her
grandchildren will be pallbearers
and members of the Senior
Citizens Band from the Depot
Center, other senior citizens and
the American Legion Auxiliary
will sit in a group to honor her.
Memorials may be made to Se-
cond Baptist Church, North
Surviving Mrs. Gladden are
three sons, John W. Gladden, Jr.
of Plymouth, Michigan,
Timothy Gladden of Kings
Mountain, Carl Gladden of
Fredricksburg, Va., six
daughters, Irene McAbee of
Grand Blanc, Michigan, Lucille
Falls of Glen Burnie, Md.,
Ozelle Dixon of Charlotte,
Louise Fisher of Raleigh, Joyce
- Dumas of Knoxville, Tenn., and
Janice Jernigan of Mint Hill,
N.C., two sisters, Mrs. Pearl
Mcintosh of Kings Mountain,
and Virgie Allman of Clover,
S.C., 24 grandchildren and 11
The family will recaivy friends
Wednesday wight from 7.to 9
p.m. at Harris Funeral Home.
First Degree Burglary
Investigated By Police
Kings Mountain Police detec-
tives are continuing an investiga-
tion of a first degree burglary
that was reported Thursday by
Kenneth Lewis Dellinger of 404
According to Marty Blanton,
secretary to Police Chief Jackie
Barrett, the State Bureau of In-
vestigation has been called into
the case for assistance in the in-
Det. Sgt. Richard Reynolds,
Det. James Camp, Sgt. John
Belk and Det. J.R. Kates said
that sometime in the early morn-
ing hours Thursday an intruder
took two storm windows from
the front of the Dellinger house,
entered while the family was
asleep, and took a silver chest
containing silver flatware and 24
silver Christmas tree ornaments
valued at between $10,000 and
No suspects have been iden-
Police reported another break-
in occurring at City Auto and
Truck Parts where thieves rip-
ped off a roof fan and entered
the building, taking $124 in cash
and a television set and radio
valued at $30 each.
Two lawnmowers were taken
during a break-in at KM Junior
High on Phifer Road and thieves
entered Burlington Mills Phenis
Plant but nothing was reported
missing, according to KMPD
A house under construction
on Sterling Drive was robbed of
a ceiling fan and electric saw
valued at $450. The report was
made by Huffman and Sons
Contractors of Blacksburg, S.C.
Charlotte Helms, 601 W.
Gold Street, had her pocketbook
returned before she realized it
was missing, police said. Ar-
rested was Clyde Spencer, 20, of
29 Dixie Trailer Park, on a
charge of larceny.
Barry Rikard, of 201
Pinehurst Dr., reported the theft
of wheelcovers valued at $183.
Stolen from the bathhouse of
John Henry Moss Lake was a
commode and lavatory.
Damages were slight in a
wreck involving two cars in the
parking lot of TG&Y July 19th.
According to investigating Ptl.
Jerry Kates, a 1972 Oldsmobile
operated by Eloise Moss Smith,
of Georgetown Apts., struck a
parked 1975 Ford owned by
Rufus Woods, of 308 Fairview,
doing approximately $100 to
Rites Conducted Monday
For Boyce H. Gault, Sr.
Funeral services for Boyce H.
Gault, 74, of 112 N. Deal St.,
retired groceryman, were con-
ducted Monday morning at 11
o’clock from First Baptist
Church of which he was a
Masonic burial rites were con-
ducted by Fairview Lodge
339AF&AM at Mountain Rest
Mr. Gault died Saturday in
the Kings Mountain Hospital.
Born in Mecklenburg County,
he had lived in Kings Mountain
almost all his life. He was the son
of Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Gault, Sr.
He and his brother, C.J. Gault,
Jr., operated the family grocery
business, C.J. Gault & Sons for
many years on North Piedmont
Avenue before their retirement.
He was a member of the board
of directors of First Federal Sav-
ings & Loan Association.
Survivors include his wife,
Mrs. Edith Bennett Gault; a son,
Boyce H. Gault, Jr. of Jackson-
ville, Fla., a daughter, Elaine G.
Clemmer of Annapolis, Md.,
three brothers, W.V. (Bill) Gault
and C.J. Gault, Jr., both of
Kings Mountain, and Robert
Gault of Gastonia; three sisters,
Mrs. Louise Blankenship of
North Myrtle Beach, S.C., Mrs.
Nelline Stroupe of Gastonia and
Mrs. Elizabeth Warlick of
Shelby; and four grandchildren.
Harris Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.