Page 2A-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Wednesday, June 7, 1989
Funeral services for Arthur
Willis, 86, of Winnsboro, S.C.,
who died Saturday at Richland
County Hospital, were conducted
Monday at 3 p.m. at Church of The
Nazarene in Winnsboro.
He was a native of Bessemer
City, son of the late Mrs. Frances
Willis and was retired from
Uniroyal Corporation. He was a
member of The Church of
Nazarene in Winnsboro.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Blanche Sharp Willis of the home;
sons, Gerald Willis of Columbia, S.
C. and Darrell Willis of West
Columbia, S. C.; brother, Gilbert
Willis of Kings Mountain; sisters,
Mrs. Neva Phillips of Kings
Mountain and Mrs. Mae Looper
and Mrs. Lottie Brown, both of
Gastonia; four grandchildren and
BRIAN KEITH ROGERS
Funeral services for Brian Keith
Rogers, 17, of 1119 Groves St.,
who died Sunday, will be conduct-
ed Thursday at 4 p.m. at Mount
Zion Baptist Church by his pastor,
Rev. C. A. Feemster, interment fol-
lowing in Mountain Rest
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jessie Gill of Kings Mountain and
Calvin Wilkie of Shelby and was a
junior student at Kings Mountain
Senior High School.
Surviving, in addition to his par-
ents, are his brother, Darrius
Jeffries; sisters, Annika Jeffries,
Alinda Gill and Alonda Gill, all of
the home; five stepsisters, three
stepbrothers, and grandparents,
Rosa Nell Logan, Mr. and Mrs.
June Wilkie of Forest City and Joe
Thomas Gill of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Pallbearers will be Jamie
Anderson, Ricko Strong, Darrius
Jefferies, Mark Howard, Joe Harris
and John Whiten.
Flower bearers will be Ginger
Brooks, Tammy Corry, Keisha
Twitty, Lorie Gill, Alonda Gill and
The family will receive friends
Wednesday night from 7 to 8 p.m.
at Mount Zion Baptist Church.
Rosie Ruth Clark Stidham, 88,
of 313 Walker Street, Kings
Mountain, died June 5 at
Woodlands Skilled Nursing Center.
A Port Valley, Pa., native, she
Jvas the daughter of the late Charlie
b lark, an :
yen Moc Kiigere Clark, pod wos - she was the daughter of the late Dr.
married to the late James Monroe
Stidham. She was retired after 30
years of service as a roping tender
at Cleveland Mills in Lawndale.
She was a member of Mount Zion
‘She is survived by five sons,
Sam Stidham of Greenville, S.C.,
J.C. Stidham of Travelers Rest,
S.C., Toby Stidham of Cherryville,
and Morgan Stidham and T.J.
Stidham of Shelby; a stepson, Nick
Stidham Canoutas of Blacksburg,
S.C.; two daughters, Aldie Stacy of
DeLean, Fla., and Virginia Smith
of Baltimore; two brothers, H.B.
Clark of Gastonia and Thurman
Clark of Clover, S.C.; two sisters,
Myrtle Ford of Gastonia and Nan
Todd of California; 21 grandchil-
dren; and 30 great-grandchildren.
Services will be conducted
Thursday at 4 p.m. at Mount Zion
Baptist Church by the Rev. Carl
Green. The body will be placed in
the church at 3:30. Burial will be in
the church cemetery.
The family will receive friends
from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at Lutz-
Austell Funeral Home.
Swimming lessons get underway
Tela Matilda McDonald, 83, of
119 North City Street, Kings
Mountain, died Friday, June 2 at
Kings Mountain Hospital.
A native of Haywood County,
she was the daughter of the late
Robert and Rosetta Arrington
Survivors include nieces and
Services were conducted Sunday
at 3 p.m. at First Wesleyan Church
in Bessemer City by the Rev. Dick
Whitener. Burial was in Bessemer
City Memorial Cemetery.
GROVER - Pauline Robinson,
71, of Route 1, died Friday, June 2
at Cleveland Memorial Hospital.
A native of Planfield, N.J., she
was the daughter of the late John
and Pauline Staats. She was a
homemaker and member of
Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Witness
She is survived by her husband,
John Robinson; a son, Walter Terry
of Wall Township, N.J.; two
daughters, Barbara Gibbons and
Alberta Klien of Wall Township,
N.J.; 19 grandchildren; and 11
Services were conducted
Monday at 11 a.m. at Harris
Chapel by Ralph Queen. Burial
was in Grover Cemetery.
GREENSBORO- Glen Crocker,
91, of Market Street, died Tuesday,
May 30, at John Unstead Hospital
A former resident of Kings
Mountain, he was the son of the
late Jim and Mary Elizabeth
He is survived by two sons, Carl
Crocker of Kings Mountain and
Herman Crocker of Camden, N.J.;
one daughter, Geraldine Brown of
Camden; 16 grandchildren; and 41
Services were conducted
Saturday at 2 p.m.at Mount Zion
Baptist Church in Kings Mountain
by the Rev. C.A. Feemster. Burial
was in Mount Olive Memorial
GROVER - Estelle Eugenia
Johnson Harry, 76, of Lakeside
Acres, died Wednesday, May 31, at
Cleveland Memorial Hospital. ;
A Pike Road, Alabama, native;
Oscar and Emma McGowan
Johnson, and wife of the late
Charles Franklin Harry Jr. She was
a homemaker and member of
Shiloh Presbyterian Church.
She is survived by three sons,
James A. Harry of Kings Mountain
and Oscar Johnson Harry and
Charles F. Harry III of Shelby; one
daughter, Jean H. Francis of
Grover; and 11 grandchildren.
Services were conducted Friday
at 2 p.m. at Shiloh Presbyterian
Church by the Rev. Harold
Hutchison and Dr. George Rolling.
Entombment was in Harry
Mausoleum in Grover Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to
Shiloh Presbyterian Church,
Grover, N.C., 28070, or to
Children's Home Society in
oy iy) RSS RG
RETIRING FROM PARKDALE MILLS-Bessie Ross Anderson is
congratulated by Parkdale Plant Manager Rick Whitman on her re-
Bessie Ross Anderson, 65, has
worked at Parkdale Mills 38 years
and is considered one of the plant's
best and top spinning hands.
Now that's she's retiring,
Anderson said she plans to resume
her hobbies of crocheting and
quilting and put her feet up and
watch the soap operas on televi-
Anderson's husband, Arthur
Anderson, retired some years ago
after 20 years service with
Mrs. Anderson has worked in
both the Winding and Spinning
Departments at Parkdale and
Spinning overseer Gary Robinson
credits her as an employee who
had "done a little bit of everything
and does it well."
Mrs. Anderson was honored by
her fellow workers at a plant retire-
ment party and received an en-
graved silver platter. Employees
cut and served a decorated cake.
Lifelong resident of Kings
tirement after 38 years with the plant.
BY JUANITA FLEMING
Oak View Baptist Church mem-
bers welcomed Delores White back
Sunday. The congregation appreci-
ates the service of our music direc-
tor and have missed her during her
Christian sympathy is extended
to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Metcalf at
the death of his sister, Aurellia
Cogdell, who died in Woodruff, S.
C. May 31 and to the family of J.
W. Barnes who died last
Wednesday in Gaston Memorial
Hospital. Mr. Barnes had been cus-
todian for many years at Oak View.
Christian sympathy is extended to
the family of Joe Farris who died
Sunday. Mr. Farris was a former
deacon, trustee and faithful mem-
ber. "Mr. Joe" died at age 86.
Young at Heart club will visit
Carolina Pottery Wednesday and
Congratulations to Cary
Caldwell and Wesley Caldwell,
children of Mr. and Mrs. David
Caldwell. Cary received the sports-
manship and outstanding achieve-
-ment award in Mrs. Ann Byers'
‘third grade class at Grover School
and was on the A-B honor roll.
Wesley was also listed on the A-B
honor roll as a student of Sandy
Oak View will hold the annual
Bible School soon. Watch the pa-
per for dates and events which will
include Bible study, crafts and re-
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
David Timms who celebrated their
36th wedding anniversary June 2.
Vacation Bible School will be
held June 19-23 at Allen Memorial
Baptist Church from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
nightly. Children 2-18 are invited
to attend. Directors are Judy
Bowen and Dena Allen. For a ride
on the church bus to Bible School,
With Paul Schadt
*$1,000 Grand Prize
*$150 Weekly Winners
Mrs. Anderson Retires
From Parkdale Mills
Mountain, Mrs. Anderson is the i
daughter of the late E. V. and
Amanda Conner Ross. She attend-
ed the Kings Mountain Schools
and went to work in the mill 38 :
years ago, retiring on May 19. The
Andersons, who reside at 700
Sterling Drive, are parents of three
children, Betty Ivey, Leonard
Anderson and Mickey Dean
Anderson, all of Kings Mountain.
They have two grandchildren, Lisa
Ivey, a student at Western Carolina
University, and Tina Anderson,
who attends Gaston College and a
The Andersons are active in
Resurrection Lutheran Church.
Mrs. Anderson is considering
doing some part-time work at
Parkdale next year but now she is
content to be at home with her
family and enjoy a pastime, watch-
ing the soap operas. "I hope I don't
get hooked on soap operas be-
cause I plan to do some part time
work," she laughed.
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