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5S MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, October 24, 1985
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CHILDERS
ices for Brice
's, 62, of Route
S.C. ‘who died
in the Kings Moun-
pital, were con-
urday at 2 p.m.
Baptist Church
/ernon Craig and
fulton, interment
in the church
jiilders was a native
»e County, S.C. and
son of the late
and Alice Hardin
was a former
Minette Mills in
“and a ‘World War II
ing are his wife, Zoe
ders; three sons,
rs of Grover,
JJas and Kenneth
g the home; a
Barbara Childers
; two sisters, Em-
v of Shelby and
nn of Rock Hill,
wo grandchildren.
NNIE HOOD
services for Quin-
¢ Hood, 63, of Apart-
ine Manor Apart-
ere held Tuesday at
ym Vestibule AME
ch by Rev. Walter
interment following
rch cemetery.
ood, widow of
yd, died Thursday
ings Mountain
a native of Holly
and a member of
1E Zion Church.
1g are four sons,
viurry of Winston-
rnest Hood, Jr.,
d Arthur Lee
1gs Mountain;
fary Frances
Mountain; a
h Clark of Hol-
3 grandchildren and
t-grandchildren.
NIE N. NEELY
No of 221 N.
an Sey ‘Ells
She was a member
er’s Baptist Church
: are three sisters,
dy, Mary H.
izabeth Gill, all
ntain,
ieral Home of
, is in charge of
nents.
GE ABSHER
services for
ee Absher, 57, of 118
yjama Avenue,
v, who died Sun-
erford County
e conducted
at 3 p.m. from Sisk-
1 Home by Rev.
man and Rev.
1d, interment
in Bessemer City
emetery.
ser was the son of
uel and Minnie
are a brother,
of Bessemer Ci
s, Thelma Ward
Beatrice An-
laines City, Fla.,
ors and Robbie
th of Kings Moun-
therine London of
ty, and Betty
Ellenboro.
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“hange’
Page 12-B
» (Henry Cilla, both 2 of
nd
‘daughters, Iva Feemstar of
) BITURRIES
. JAMES CARTER
Funeral services for James
Phillip Carter, 35, of 274
Mobile Home Trailer Park,
Bessemer City, who died
Saturday, were conducted
Monday afternoon at 4 p.m.
from the Chapel of Masters
Funeral Home by Rev. Lou
Stinnett, interment following
in Mountain Rest Cemetery.
The Kings Mountain native
was the son of the late Leman
Sexton Carter and Virgie
Carroll Carter of Bessemer
City, who survives, and was
employed by Ticaro Mills in
Bessemer City.
Carter died early Saturday
morning while undergoing
emergency treatment at
Gaston Memorial Hospital
from injuries suffered in a
fire that destroyed the trailer
in which he was sleeping. The
cause of Carter’s death was
listed as smoke - inhalation.
Firefighters determined the
mobile home had been burn-
ing about an hour when they
received the call just before 4
a.m. Saturday. Upon enter-
ing the structure, firemen
found the victim unconscious
on the kitchen floor.
Surviving, in addition to his
mother, are five brothers,
Johnny Carter, Eddie Carter,
and Rodney Carter, Jr., all of
Bessemer City, Rodney Dean
Carter of Kings Mountain and
Timothy Ray Carter of
Gastonia; and two sisters,
Marline Carter of Bessemer
City and Diane Barker of
Gastonia.
JOE GILLIARD, JR.
Funeral services for Joe
Gilliard, Jr., 78, of Route 2,
Cherryville, who died Satur-
day in a Gastonia nursing
home, were conducted at 4
p.m. Wednesday from
Ebenezer Baptist Church in
Kings Mountain by Rev. D.C.
Wilson, interment following
in the church cemetery.
Mr. Gilliard is survived by
his wife, Beatrice Barnes
Gilliard; three sons, Joe
Lewis Gilliard and Jon
rare
Kings Mountain, Mary
Sanders of Gastonia and Mae
Gilliard of Charlotte; a
sister, Gertrude Wallace of
Charlotte; 19 grandchildren
and 21 great-grandchildren.
G-W Student
Gives Recital
BOILING SPRINGS—Beth
Parsons, a senior music ma-
jor at Gardner-Webb College,
will give a senior flute recital
at the college Sunday, Oct. 27.
The 3 p.m. recital will be
held mn Dover chapel and is
ab ublic free of
ge. ie te Groce will
accompany Miss Parsons on
the piano. :
Miss Parsons is the
daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
Russell Parsons of Ruby, S.C.
The recital will include
selections by Bach, Stamitz,
Doppler and Bizet. ‘Miss par-
sons will also perform a jazz
interpretation of
“Greensleeves” by Neel with
arrangement for flute and
guitar by Maddox and
James. Ted Stanley, G-W
assistant professor o music,
will accompany Miss Par-
sons on guitar.
Miss Parsons is a member
of the Charlotte Flute
Association and the Charlotte
“flute choir. She is vice presi-
dent of the college’s Baptist
Student Union and is a
member of the
- G-W/Community orchestra.
ARLAND ATKINS
Publisher
DAR RELL AUSTIN
neral Manager
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GARY STEWART
Managing Editor
ELIZABETH STEWART
News Editor
Photo by Gary Stewart
SANCTUARY OF NEW CHURCH - The 700-seat sanctuary of the new First Baptist
Church is pictured here. At each end of the altar area are the pipes for the new Rodgers pipe
and electronic organ which will be dedicated during special services Sunday afternoon.
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~ Mountain Fire
UF Drive
Reaches
75 Percent
From Page 1-A
the campaign, reported
pledges of $2034 against a
total of $3300 or 55 percent of
goal. In the Ministerial divi-
sion, Dr. Joel Jenkins, chair-
man, reported pledges of
$6500 against a total of $1,000.
Mrs. Strickland said
citizens not contacted by a
volunteer can mail their con-
tributions to KM United Way,
P.O. Box 122, Kings Moun-
tain.
Local agencies benefitting
from your ‘‘one gift” will in-
clude American Red Cross,
Ministerial Association Help-
ing Hand and Chaplain Ser-
vice, Girl Scouts of the
Pioneer Council, Boy Scouts
of the Piedmont Council,
Kings Mountain Rescue
Squad, Cleveland County
Shelter Home, Kings Moun-
tain Boys Club, Grover
Rescue Squad, CODAP,
Salvation Army, Cleveland
County Mental Health
Association, Hospice, Kings
epartment
Toys for Tots, and Child
Abuse Prevention Council.
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