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Page 4A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Wednesday, July 10, 1985
OBITUNRIES
RUFUS FALLS
Funeral services for Rufus
Patterson Falls, 86, of Route
6, who died Thursday in the
Kings Mountain Hospital,
were conducted Sunday at 2
p.m. from Temple Baptist
Church.
Rev. Frank Monroe and
Rev. Jesse Johnson officiated
at the rites and interment
was in Mountain Rest
Cemetery.
Mr. Falls was a native of
Cleveland County and a
retired land surveyor. He
was the son of the late Alvin
Price and Sarah Elizabeth
Patterson Falls and was a
member of Central United
Methodist Church.
Surviving are his wife,
Georgia Forbis Falls; two
brothers, Hugh Falls and
Butler Falls, both of Kings
Mountain; and two sisters,
Miss Janet Falls of Kings
Mountain and Mrs. Eunice
Weir of Wilmington.
Harris Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangement.
WOODROW McENTIRE
Graveside services for
Woodrow James McEntire,
71, of 1327 Grover Road, who
died Thursday in Kings
Mountain Hospital, were con-
ducted at 11 o’clock Friday
from Mountain Rest
Cemetery by Rev. Paul
Horne.
Mr. McEntire was a native
of Cleveland County, retired
from the Army where he
served during World War II
Wanza Davis
and the Korean War. He was
son of the late Henry and
Martha Pearson McEntire.
Surviving are his brother,
Stanley McEntire of Kings
Mountain; and three sisters,
Mrs. Stella Foster, Mrs. Etta
Glass, with whom he made
his home, and Mrs. Della
McEntire, all of Kings Moun-
tain.
Harris Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
LOYD STYERS
Funeral services for Loyd
Durham Styers, 67, of 222
Fulton St., who died Wednes-
day in Charlotte Memorial
Hospital, were conducted
Saturday at 2:30 p.m. from
the Chapel of Harris Funeral
Home.
Rev. Durham Whisnant,
Rev. Charles Swicegood and
Rev. Zeb Honeycutt of-
ficiated at the rites and inter-
ment was in Mountain Rest
Cemetery.
Mr. Styers was a Cleveland
County native and a retired
textile employee. He was a
veteran of World War II and a
member of Free Saints
Chapel of Cherryville. He
was son of the late Joseph
Cleveland and Arie Roberts
Styers.
Surviving are his wife,
Prue Weaver Styers; a
brother, Dewey Styers of
Kings Mountain; and two
sisters, Ludie Green of
Pickens, S.C. and Pearl
Barnette of Statesville.
Is Retiring
From KM District Schools
Wanza Davis is retiring
after 33 years as secretary-
treasurer of the Kings Moun-
tain School System.
Mrs. Davis’s resignation
was accepted at the regular
monthly meeting of the board
of education Monday. It
becomes effective August 1
but Mrs. Davis will continue
working on a consulting basis
through-January 31.
Mrs. Davis joined the
school system in 1952. She has
worked for three
superintendents, B.N.
Barnes, Don Jones and Bill
Davis. |
“I worked for three ex-
cellent superintendents and
boards of education that have
given me full support all
these years,” she said. ‘I'm
very grateful for that.”
Mrs. Davis is a product of
the Kings Mountain School
System. She and her hus-
band, I.C. Davis, have one
daughter, Jean Allred of
Asheville, and two grand-
children.
Mrs. Davis has been active
in several professional
organizations and is past
president of the North
Carolina and National |!
Associations of Educational
Office Personnel.
Mrs. Davis said her im-
mediate retirement goals will
include working around her
new home at Davidson Lake
and ‘“‘spending a lot of time
with my two beautiful grand-
children.” ;
Barry Gibson Appointed
KMHS Assistant Principal
The Kings Mountain Board
of Education Monday ap-
pointed Barry Gibson as
assistant principal at Kings
Mountain High School.
Gibson replaces Blaine
Froneberger, who retired at
the end of the past school
year.
Gibson, a graduate of
Kings Mountain High and
Lenoir-Rhyne College, has
been employed by Kings
Mountain schools since 1968.
He has been a health and
physical education teacher at
the junior high school and has
also coached baseball on the
high school level.
In other action, the board:
*Approved naming the
Grover kindergarten building
in memory of Barbara Lail, a
Grover teacher who was Kkill-
ed last year in an automobile
accident.
*Awarded scholastic in-
surance for the 1985-86 school
year to Doug Ruedlinger at a
cost of $5.25 during school
hours and $40 for 24-hour
coverage. The cost is the
same as last year.
*Approved the fee schedule
for the 1985-86 school year.
All fees are the same as last
year.
*By a 4-1 vote, approved a
$285 per month rental fee for
the Grover principal's house.
Kyle Smith voted against the
proposal, saying that $285 per §
month is ‘pretty high.” Supt.
Bill Davis said one of the high 4
school coaches plans to rent J
the house and has agreed to §
“provide some security and
assist in the use of the gym.”
*Agreed to wait until spring
to consider raising sup- ®&
plements for minor sports §
coaches at the high school.
Davis and several board
members suggested giving
those coaches a ‘‘one-time’’
bonus if there is sufficient
funds in the spring.
*Approved several budget
modifications which were
necessary to balance the
1985-86 budget. Supt. Davis
said the school system is
receiving $96,191 less than re-
quested for current expenses
and $19,399 less than re-
quested for capital outlay.
The new capital outlay
budget is $261,601 and the new
current expense budget is
$2,805,471.
*Accepted the resignation
of Nancy Cagle and approved
one-year leaves of absence
for teachers Tracy McKee
and Grace Costner.
*Approved the employment
of Susan Holtzclaw, junior
high; Carolyn McGinnis,
junior high; Don Rollins,
junior high; Deborah
Langston, Nellie
Smith, and
Central;
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