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    Page 2A-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Wednesday, May 17 1989
Red Cross
Falls Short
Of Goals
The Cleveland County Red
Cross met its collection goal in on-
ly one of five bloodmobiles during
the last week of April and first
week of May.
Red Cross volunteers ask that
area citizens make a special cffort
to give blood during upcoming
bloodmobiles. There will be a great
need for blood during the summer
months.
The report for the last five
bloodmobiles included:
April 28 - Mauney Hosiery,
Kings Mountain. Goal was 53
pints. Forty-eight units were col-
lected and there were 12 first-time
donors.
May 1 - Reliance Electric, Kings
Mountain. The goal was 65.
Seventy-three units were collected
and there were five first-time
donors.
May 1 - Reliance Electric, Kings
Mountain. The goal was 53 pints
and 41 were collected. There were
eight first-time donors.
May 2 - Pleasant Hill Baptist
Church. The goal was 50 pints and
19 were collected. There were
three first-time donors.
May 4 - Kings Mountain
Hospital. The goal was 125 pints
and 98 were collected. Thee were
five first-time donors.
Water
From Page 1-A
campsite and the authority agreed
that no more than one-half of the
sites be leased. Attorney Corry was
asked to draw up an annual camp-
ing lease.
Community Developer Gene
White explained a proposed land
swap, which the board will recom-
mend to City Council, between the
city and Joe Champion, who wants
to trade "two small residues of
property on the lake for one small
residue owned by the city."
Attorney Corry said he had verified
the deeds.
Bishop
wil From Pag e 1-
hools of Athens ge Atlanta. He
of Game a Bachelor of Arts from
% Emory University and a Master of
Divinity from Candler School of:
Technology, and has been honored
with the Doctor of Divinity degree
from La Grange College, Ga., and
the Doctor of Human Letters de-
gree from High Point College. He
is vice president of the Board of
Trustees of Emory University in
Atlanta and is a member of the
boards of trustees of eight church-
related colleges and universities.
Before being elected to the epis-
copacy, Dr. Jones was pastor of six
congregations in Georgia, four of
them in Atlanta. His pastorates
were marked by intensive commu-
nity, civic and ecumenical involve-
ment. He served as President of the
Christian Council of Metropolitan
Atlanta, was a writer for various
newspapers and religious journals,
and his daily radio spots in Atlanta
and Athens had a wide audience.
He and his wife, the former
Mildred Hawkins of Lebanon, Tn.,
now live in Charlotte where he is a
member of the Downtown Rotary
Club, and serves on the board of
directors of the Metropolitan YM-
CA, Boy Scout Council, and the
United Way. He and Mrs. Jones
have three married children and
three grandchildren, all living in
Atlanta. The Bishop's hobbies are
bicycling, golf and spectator
sports, and said his "great love is
people.”
Kiwanis
From Page 1-A
was in its 25th year, having been
chartered in Detroit, Michigan, on
Jan. 21, 1915. From an original
membership total of 200 local citi-
zens,it had grown and spread by
1940 to include better than 100,000
members in 2099 clubs scattered
across the 48 states. It had also
quickly moved across the border
from Detroit into neighboring
Canada, giving rise to Kiwanis
International. It had been active in
the Carolinas since 1920, by which
‘time there were seven clubs in ma-
jor cities in the two states.
~The original Kings Mountain
Kiwanis club was composed of 53
members on March 7, 1940.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Bessie Oliver
Carpenter would like to thank their
many friends and relatives for their
love and kindness shown during
their time of sorrow.
KIWANIS SPEAKER-David Neisler, left, Kiwanis Vice-President, and President Billy King welcome
Kiwanis Lt. Gov. Lou Steinbach from Hendersonville to the Kings Mountain's club's Charter Night festiv-
ities. Steinbach was guest speaker and Neisler traced the 50-year history of the club.
In New Mexico
Air Force Capt. Mark B.
Plumley, son of Bryan and Joyce E.
Plumley of 417 Maner Road,
Kings Mountain, has arrived for
duty at Kirtland Air Force Base,
N.M.
Plumley is a project manager
with the 1606th Air Base Wing.
His wife, Mary, is the daughter
of John A. and Lorraine Felicione
of 103 Avent Ferry Ave., Raleigh,
N.C.
He is a 1977 graduate of Kings
Mountain High School. The cap-
tain received a bachelor's degree in
1982 from North Carolina State
University, Raleigh.
Only 500 have been built
exclusively for the Carolinas.
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CRUSADE
Begins, May 18 - June 3
Located on Highway 226
Behind Bible Holiness Church
Grover, N.C.
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Everyone Welcome + 12 Noon Daily - 7:45 Nightly
Pancake Breakfast Set
"All you can eat for $3" is how Cafeteria.
Kings Mountain Kiwanis Club Tickets can be obtained from
members are advertising the annual any Kiwanian or at the door.
pancake breakfast Saturday from All proceeds benefit local chari-
8:30 a.m. until 12 noon at Kings ties. Door prizes will also feature
Mountain Senior High School the event.
EEEEEEEEEEEREEEEEREEEEEEREEREEREE
Kings Mountain
Kiwanis Club
PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Sat., May 20, 1989
8:30 a.m. until 12 noon
K.M. Sr. High School Cafeteria
$3.00 Per Person
Door Prizes Will Be Awarded
All Proceeds Go To
Local Charities
ALL THE PANCAKES
YOU CARE TO EAT
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