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Page 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Wednesday, July 10, 1985
July Fourth Celebration
Popular Event In Faith
Last Thursday, more than 30,000 people crowded into the
small town of Faith, population 500, near Salisbury, to par-
ticipate in another of their annual Fourth celebration for
which that community is well known.
The 1985 celebration was sponsored by the Faith American
Legion Auxiliary who take turns with the American Legion
and the Civitan Club in hosting the always-popular all-day
event which begins with a big parade at 10 a.m., the crowning
of Rowan County Veterans Queen, members of the Queens
court, and includes cash prizes for best floats, etc. in the
125-plus unit parade.
There is always good food and fellowship, topped off with a
fireworks extravaganza and the patriotic event draws people
from all over the state. Thursday’s parade was, the second
had participated in as a guest of the Auxiliary. The Faith unit
invited me when I was state President of the Auxliary in 1976.
Twenty years ago Faith was probably the only city or town
in the state that held an observance on the Fourth of July.
Now, many communities hold Fourth events, including our
own here in Kings Mountain, which was well attended at the
Community Center and at the Commissioners Park. The
fireworks display here also drew one of the largest crowds
The years following Vietnam have seen Americans grow
prouder of their freedoms, have seen them wanting to show
off their pride and love of country.
Perhaps more than ever this year more Americans flew the
flag and paused in their busy schedules to thank God for their
many freedoms they continue to enjoy every day in free
America. Freedom in America is still an unfinished business
but more than ever before on July 4, 1985 more of us realized
that it is up to each generation of citizens, from all sections of
this country, to cherish it and protect it.
Child Struck By Car
At Landmark Apartments
Christy Bridges, 3, of No. 19
Landmark Apts., was treated
for injuries at the Kings
Mountain Hospital Thursday
after she was struck by a car
backing from a parking
space at Landmark Apart-
The driver was identified
by police as Mark Timothy
Lyons of Route 2, who was
cited for save movement and
In a second accident on Ju-
ly 4th, a parked vehicle own-
ed by Carroll David Mills, of
Second Street, was struck by
a hit and run driver. The 1975
Toyoto was damaged $1,000
and a street sign was damag-
Johnny Johnson, of
Moonlight Drive, Grover,
operating a 1975 Lincoln Con-
tinental which was damaged
$350, struck a 1972 Chevrolet
operated by Allen Bullard,
which was damaged $550.
The accident occurred July
on S. Deal St.
which was damaged $300.
day on King St.
unknown vehicle struck a ca
Bowen, doing $200 damage.
Sheila Bolin of Route 1
operating a 1982 Ford whic!
was damaged $450, struck .
1970 VW operated by Jame
Walker, of Rhodes Avenue
Angela Hartsoe, of 140
Valley Haven Trailer Park
operating a 1980 Chevy whicl
was damaged $1500, struck :
1976 Ford operated by Arthu:
Glenn Carrigan, 821 First St.
which was damaged $1,000
The accident occurred Fri
Welcome Back TG&Y Same Name But New Look
The Herald joins other business citizens of the community
in welcoming back TG&Y.
We're glad that TG&Y is returning to West Gate Plaza and
we look forward to joining the shopping public in supporting
the business citizen.
Marylin Rippy, public relations officer for TG&Y in
Oklahoma City, Okla., said that when their company presi-
dent speaks before various groups he tells the story of how
Kings Mountain citizens got together and decided to do
something about the closing of the store here last August.
“The community support in Kings Mountain was magnificent
and we took another look and based on the evaluation of the
market situation decided to reopen TG&Y Family Center in
Kings Mountain,” said President and Chief Executive Officer
We like what we saw this week during a brief tour of the
NEW OPENING SPECIAL
Video Box Office
Movies & V.C.R. Rentals
ship $10.00. $2.00
One year member- [Overnight
ship to members of
other clubs $5.00.
Every 7th movie
FREE to member’s.
Open 12:00 Noon - 9:00 P.M. Mon.-Sat.
Closed Sunday - Free Day
2900 Bessemer City Rd., Gastonia, N.C.
No Deposit Necessary With Proper 1.D.
One Year Member- | Mon.-Thurs. | Fri.-Sat.
store and we think you will too.
Attend TG&Y’s Grand Opening Ribbon-Cutting at 8:45 a.m.
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1985 - 10:00 A.M.
Real Estate, Furniture Tools, & Personal Property
Some Antiques Of The
WILLIAM HOWARD DAVIS ESTATE
422 South Oakland St. (Corner of South Oakland St.
& E. 4th Ave.) - Gastonia, N.C.
12:00 NOON REAL ESTATE WILL BE SOLD AT 12:00 NOON
9 ROOM, 2 STORY BRICK HOUSE ON LOT 110x82 FT.
Here is a nice 9 room house in good condition on‘a large corner lot. with full basement. front
porch, carport and a fireplace. Hardwood and carpeted floors. gas furnace. central heat. storm
windows and doors, and large shade trees in yard.
If you are looking for a nice home or a good investment. don't miss this sale!
10:00 A.M. -- FURNITURE, VEHICLES AND TOOLS
1980 Dodge Ram C-50 With Camper Cover
1970 Volkswagon Camper
Howard Miller Grandfather Clock
Walnut Dining Room Table
6 Dining Room Chairs
Buffet, China Cabinet & Server
Antique Oak Buffet
Old China Cabinet
2 3-Piece Bedroom Suites -
Hanging Brass Chandelier
12:in. Craftsman Band Saw
2 Drill Press Stands
Cold Spot Upright Deep Freeze Cut Off Saw
Automatic Washer & Dryer Bench Grinder
Magnavox Stereo 3 Wood Tool Boxes
RCA Color T.V. 1 Metal Tool Box
8 Drawer Tool Box
Chest of Drawers 6 Hand Planes--Some Old
Curio Cabinet & Book Case 30 Ft. Aluminum Ladder
Odd Tables & Chairs Vice
Upholstered Couch & Chairs Scales
Portable Sewing Machine Approx, 500 Lbs. Nails
Metal Porch Furniture Lots of Screws
Roll-Away Bed 20 Bags Cement
2 Old Shoe Lasts Large Amount of Lumber (mostly pine)
Window Fan (2x4, 2x6, 2x8, and inch boards)
Office Chair Large Lot of Table Legs
Exercise Bench & Weights Large Assortment of Tools, Hammers, Saws
Bicycle Etc. and Garden Tools .
Bric-A-Brac, Pictures, Lamps, Dishes, Sears Lawn Mower
Pots, Pans, 2 Kraut Jars, and Other And Many, Many Other Items Too Numerous
Items To Mention.
TERMS: Furniture & Personal Property - Cash
Inspection Of Real Estate Saturday, July 13th - 1 to 5 P.M.
NCNB Trust Dept. - Ex. of Will Carroll 0. Robinson, Sr. V.P.
SALE CONDUCTED BY: ]
TEAGUE GILBERT OF LINCOLN AUCTION CO., INC.
Auctioneers — G. Teague Gilbert & Johnson B. Gilbert
Telephone 735-8395 — License No. 2066 — Route 1, Lincolnton, NC 28092
NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS!
Real Estate - 10% Down - Balance 30 Days
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owned by Sheila Gant:
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operated by Pete Putnam
200 Lee St., struck a 1981 Hon
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SAVE 36 00
Barrett's Floor Covering
101 S. Battleground Ave.
Kings Mtn. N.C. 28086
Phone (704; 739-2770
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VISIT ADORN HAIRSTYLING
ON THE DALLAS-CHERRYVILLE HIGHWAY TODAY
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New Staff Members
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LINDA BRIDGES, Formerly Of Classics Of Lincolnton
) Both Have Ten Years Experience And
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SPECIAL ON PERMS - *20.00
ADORN ANNOUNCES A SUPERSPECIAL...
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LOANS FOR WHATEVER
There may be something you have to have right now. New refrigerators
and new roofs often fall in that category.
Or, maybe you’ve found a good deal on something you’ve just wanted
for a long time. A fishing boat, new furniture or a satellite dish perhaps.
Whatever it is...Now Gaston Federal can loan you the money for it!
Stop by our new Consumer Loan
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or talk to any office manager
for details on our very
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