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Page 8A-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Wedn sday, June 7, 1989
BETHWARE FIELD DAY - Second graders compete in a tug-o-war during Bethwaseé's field day last
week. Prizes were given to individual and class winners. Parents assisted P.E. teacher Paul Bolt in running
the games and provided refreshments. Area businesses also provided food and refreshments.
Bethware Has Awards Day
Bethware Elementary School
held its annual awards day ceremo-
ny Friday. Winners included:
Bethware Fair Queen - Melissa
Washington trip good citizens -
Beth Justice, Danah McKinney,
Spelling Bee winner - Erin
DAR essay contest winner - Erin
DAR good citizen - Casey Sipe.
Buccaneer award - Christie
Bethware good citizen - Daniel
Perfect attendance - Joshua
Gordon, Kimberly Stinchcomb.
Penmanship - Matthew Ash,
Reading - Jennifer Fredell,
Math - Ashley Funderburk.
Art - Jamaa Byers.
Most improved - Wade Wiggins.
Perfect attendance - Beth
Bumgardner, Miranda Hensley.
Reading - Beth Bumgardner.
Math - Kyle Lovelace.
Penmanship - Virginia Ware.
Good citizen of the year - John
Goforth, Wendy Henson.
Best all around - Virginia Ware.
Most improved - Ashley
Seawright, T.J. Moss, Miranda
Hensley, Jamey Smith.
Perfect attendance - Jason
Richard Jarvis, Dana Leigh
Reading - Alan Jacob Gibson.
Penmanship - Jered Dean Brant
Chapman, Kimberly Ann Justice,
Miranda Lynn Dixon.
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Academic fitness awards -
Marcus Adams, Ted Anderson,
Marcus Bell, Michael Bell, Jayda
Biddix, Ginger Blalock, Jada
Brown, Michelle Bullock, Melanie
Bumgardner, Jermaine Byers,
Melissa Carpenter, Shannon
Caveny, Nathan Champion, Johnny
Chapman, Dean Clark, Angela
Cornwell, Angela Crotts, jennifer
Davison, Melissa Dellinger, Jim
Depwe, Will Eskridge, Leanne
Farris, Aaron Ford, Courtney
Goforth, Windi Goode, Robert
Heath, Edward Henson, Teresa
Hinson, Tiffany Houze, Shannon
Hullender, Crucetta Jeffries, Chuck
Kaylor, Michael Keenum, Allison
Kiser, Allan Logan, Michelle
Martin, Betty Mellan, Susan
Melvin, Cedric Moore, Derek
Morrow, Roger Moss, Josh
Newton, Janey Ollis, Lori
Patterson, Holly Paul, Elizabeth
Perkins, Heather Perry, Siamphone
Phanthalack, Stephanie Phillips,
Jody Putnam, Stacey Reynolds,
Christy Robbs, Tracy Robertson,
Ann Marie Sanders, Denise Small,
Sheldca Smith, Dee Stewart, Mark
Styers, Molly Subler, Beth
Sutherland, Anita Whitaker,
Teakela Wilson, Timothy Yarbro.
Sixth grade language arts award
- Ross Thomas.
Sixth grade math award - Joey
Sixth grade science, social stud-
ies and academic excellence
awards - Ross Thomas.
Seventh grade language arts and
academic excellence awards - Jim
Seventh grade math award -
Seventh grade science award -
Seventh grade social studies
"award - Derek Morrow.
Good Citizen Award - Anita
Good citizen of the year -
Miranda Lynn Dixon, Stephen
Best all around - Alan Jacob
Gibson, Jered Dean Brant
Most improved - Meloni Alane
Brogden, Amber Lynn Sutton.
(Hughes first grade)
Perfect attendance - Tripp
Jenkins, Patrick Ware.
Reading - Angela Early.
Science - Blake Nelson.
Creative writing - Jessica
Penmanship - Matthew Mote.
Most improved in math - Dusty
Most improved in reading -
Andy Carrigan, Crystal Smart.
(Kiser's first grade)
Perfect attendance - Kesha Guin,
Monique Williams, Jennifer
Math - Jonathan Bowen, Josh
Penmanship - Mitchell Adams.
Creative writing - Michael
Good citizen of the year -
Most improved in language arts
- Leigh Ann Ramsey.
Most improved in math -
Most improved in spelling -
Perfect attendance - Eric Boyd,
Kevin Day, Brandi McDaniel,
Candace Wallace, Renee Ware.
Spelling - Brocke Blackburn,
Annie Walters, Michael Jones.
Math - Laura Bridges, Tyler
Ellis, Candi Lovelace.
Reading - Kathryn Champion,
Mia Albea, Candice Lovelace.
Penmanship - Shawn Adams,
Laura Bridges, Andrea Lail,
Latoya Paysour. :
Creative writing - Annie
Walters, Brandie Burton, Krissy
Good citizen of the year - Shawn
Adams, Latoya Paysour.
Best all around -
Most dependable - Renee Ware.
Most improved - Eric Boyd.
Perfect attendance - Greg Jarvis,
Cash Nixon, Dawn Roberts.
Language arts - Jessica Gordon,
Mathematics - Dawn Roberts.
Outstanding work - Kenneth
Lancaster, Jonathan Bailey.
Perfect attendance - Robbie
Walker, Jonathan Morehead.
Reading - Jenny Lucas, Melissa
Math - Chris Pullen, Robbie
Walker, David Black.
Creative writing - Kenneth
Penmanship - Sandy Perry.
Outstanding projects in social
studies and science - Justin
Most improved in math - Alisha
Most improved in reading -
David Black, Nicole Wagley.
Perfect attendance - Darin
Brown, Ben Bumgardner, Derek
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The 140 graduates of Cleveland
County Head Start were presented
certificates of program completion
by Patti Norman, Head Start
Director, Friday at Cleveland
Seven county elementary
schools participate in Head Start.
Parent volunteers were honored
at the program.
Honored as Parent of the Year
for donating over 275 volunteer
hours to the program this year was
Victor Smith, representing Graham
Center. Sheryl Hawkins was recog-
nized as the second place parent
volunteer with over 150 hours do-
nated to Graham Center. Anne
Griffin, representing North Center
in Kings Mountain, was awarded a
special certificate signed by the
National Head Start Director for
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made with registrars or with the
Cleveland County Board of
Elections in Shelby or the Gaston
County Board of Elections in
Acting on a recommendation
from the elections board, the Kings
- Mountain City Council recently
voted to raise the filing fees for
mayor and council members.
Those wanting to file for mayor
must now pay $60 rather than $10
and those wanting to file for coun-
cil now. must pay $35 instead of
$5. "We thought that by raising the
fees we'd get more serious candi-
dates," said Mrs. Cook who said
the lower fees had been the least
allowable by law. Mrs. Cook, who
proposed the change, said the new
costs represent 1% of the annual
salaries paid to office holders in
Kings Mountain and the maximum
fees allowed by state law.The new
fees go into effect July 7.
Not only may the new fees dis-
suade less-than-serious office seek-
ers, but Cook said the higher costs
would help defray election expens-
es as well.
Mrs. Cook said that for the first
time Kings Mountain will use auto-
matic voting machines similar to
those used by Cleveland County
which will cut down on time spent
counting votes by hand.
outstanding volunteer service over
a period of years. Ms. Griffin voi-
unteered over 270 hours to the
North Center this year alone.
Social Service Parent Involvement
Coordinator Deborah Lee present-
ed the certificates of appreciation.
Jerome Scott, Head Start Policy
Council Chairman, was presented
with a certificate of special recog-
nition by the N C. Head Start
Head Start Has Graduation
Association as a former Head Start
In closing remarks, Scott recog-
nized policy council members for
their service and reviewed the
highlights of Head Start's 24 years
of service to children and families
in Cleveland County.
As a tribute to the parents, the
program closed with a special
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