Page 2A-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, October 12, 1989
FAMILY CELEBRATION FESTIVAL-Mrs. Linda Dixon, left, and Mrs. Peggy Baird, co-chairmen of
the Woman's Club annual fall festival to be held Wednesday, Oct. 18, show off a quilt, among the craft
items on display at the event which opens at 11:30 at the Woman's Club. Both lunch and dinner will be
Woman's Club Festival Set
A Family Celebration Festival
will set the theme for next
Wednesday's autumn floral fair of
the Woman's Club beginning with
lunch at 11:30 a.m. and ending
with supper from 5:30 until 7:30
The Festival will include the
biggest selection of crafts, school
and community art, floral arrange-
ments, gift ideas and food ever as-
sembled under one roof and is
open to the public.
Turkey with all the trimmings
will be the menu for lunch which
costs $5 and turkey with all the
trimmings plus oyster casserole
will feature the evening supper
which costs $6. All proceeds are
for community projects of the club.
Peggy Baird and Linda Dixon
are co-chairmen of the fair which
promises fun for all the family. In
addition to a wide variety of crafts,
numerous craftspeople of the com-
munity have rented booths and will
display and sell their wares in the
lounge area of the clubhouse.
Clubwomen wi cook the meals
de desserts Tor She
to be offered for sale
at the craft fair headed up by Kathy
Dixon, assisted by Becky White,
Kathy Ladd, Ethel Yarboro, Glenda
Colburn, Myrtle Christenson, Ruth
Mayhew, Esther Muench and
Jackie Blanton, chairman of arts
and crafts, reminds that displays
should be brought to the clubhouse
on Tuesday evening. Other mem-
bers of her committee are Mary
Weir, Gerry Werner, Julene
Hambright, Jackie Lavender, Jo
Ann Lineberry, Roxie Trammell,
Funeral services for Roosevelt
Williams, 61, of Route 3, who died
Oct. 2 at home, were conducted
Friday night at Mount Zion Baptist
Church with Rev. C. A. Feemster
officiating, interment at 11 a.m.
Saturday at Mountain Rest
Pallbearers were members of St.
Johns Lodge 21.
A retired textile employee, he
was a native of Cleveland County,
son of the late Samuel and Janie
Ashley Williams. He was a mem-
ber of Mount Zion Baptist Church,
St. Johns Lodge 21, FAAYM, the
Friendly Aid Society and Bessemer
“Cheshire, + Pe
Connie Phifer, Daisy Heavner, Nell
Parker, Anita Campbell, Glenda
O'Shields, Carolyn McGinnis,
Sandra Murphrey, Pam Goforth
and Selena Trott.
Evelyn Powell and Peggy Baird
head up the horticulture/floral ar-
rangement section of the fair.
Assisting are Helen Hendricks,
Betty Grant., Grace Page, Punkin
Higginbotham, Ruth Piper, Dot
Houston, Lib Mayes, Selena Trott,
Josephine Weir and Hilda Dixon.
Liz Lynch is chairman of the
dining room during the day and
evening chairmen are Hilda Dixon
and Myrtle Christenson. Dining
room helpers are Margaret
Williams, Selena Trott, Dot
Humphries, Mary Dee Shelburn,
Ruby Baker, Gerry Werner, Ruth
Mayhew, Hazel Fryer, Doris
McGinnis, Arlene Barrett, Glenda
Colburn, Kay Davis, Johnsie
Reavis, Ruth Peeler, Kathy Ladd,
Judy Howell, Becky White, Robin
Plonk and Joan Bradley.
Susie Howard is kitchen chair-
man. Kitchen helpers are Nell
Goforth, Nellie Ledford, Nell
Parker, Dot Jonas, Phyllis
Hullender, Ginnie Sabetti, Betty
Alexander, Helen Hendricks,
Marion Thomasson, Charlene
Padgett, Ginnie Arnette, Daisy
Heavner, Pam Cheshire, Linda
Dixon, Eleanor Goter, Margaret
Williams and Eleanor Sharf.
Marlene Reynolds and Janie
Summey are co-chairmen of stag-
ing, assisted by Roxie Trammell,
Hilda Dixon, and Betty Benton.
Dot Jonas is chairman of cakes
Sara Simpson is publicity chair-
man, assisted by Sara Faunce,
1st. row left to right - Rick Wilson, Jeff Falls, Neal Anthony, Bryan Bauch, Aaron
Digby. 2nd. row left to right - Eric Shetley, Darrell Ramsey, Doug Riley, Davis
Boyd, Mickey Bell.
Margaret McGinnis, and Lib
Elaine Grigg is decorations
chairman, assisted by Hallie
Blanton. Hostesses are Ethel
Yarbro and Hilda Goforth, co-
chairmen, assisted by Edith
Goforth, Sue Moss, Ruth Peeler,
Katherine Mauney and Lib
Cashiers are Jessie Collins,
chairman, assisted by Juanita
Goforth, Mable Dixon, Ruby
Baker and Dot Kelly.
Advertising co-chairmen are
Hilda Dixon and Eleanor Sharf, as-
sisted by Gerry Werner, Ruby
Baker, Betty Grant, Pam Cheshire,
Sara Simpson and Arlene Barrett.
This Is Fire Prevention Week
Officially kicking off the cam-
paign for Fire Prevention Week,
Kings Mountain Fire Department
will hold an open house Sunday
from 1 until 5 p.m.
The public is invited to receive
helpful literature and to view
equipment and see fire education
films. Children will enjoy the fire
trucks on display.
Kings Mountain Fire
Department, along with all fire de-
partments in Cleveland County, is
celebrating Fire Prevention Week
Oct. 9-13. During this time, fire-
men will be visiting schools and
various organizations displaying
equipment, showing fire education
films and answering questions
from individuals and passing out
"This is also a good time of year
to remember to check your smoke
detectors and for those who don't
have a smoke detector to install
one," says Fire Chief Frank Burns.
Detectors are priced in about any
price range, so that anyone can af-
ford it. Anyone wishing more in-
formation can call 734-0556.
Chief Burns reminds home own-
ers to check chimneys since the
high winds and storm damage
could easily have cracked mortar
joints or other structural damage
leaving open area for flames to es-
This year's Fire Prevention Week
theme: "Big fires start small: keep
matches and lighters in the right
hands" reflects the importance of
fire safety education for young
"Fireplay is the leading cause of
fire deaths among preschoolers. It
kills three of every 10 who die in
residential structure fires in the U.
S., according to Insurance
Commissioner and State Fire
Marshal Jim Long. "Matches and
lighters are what children most fre-
quently use when playing with fire.
Last year, 6,215 people died in
fires in the United States and near-
ly 80% of those deaths occurred in
"If we're going to see a reduction
in the devastating loss of life and
property from fire in this genera-
tion, we're all going to have to
work together to make our commu-
nities firesafe," said Long.
PRACTICE FIRE-The abandoned house, above, was set on fire
during a practice exercise by firemen. Firemen are trained to re-
spond to "the real thing" and this week during Fire Prevention
Week local firemen will be showing educational films, distributing
informational materials and holding open house on Sunday.
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Survivors are his wife, Clara;
stepsons, Douglas Roseboro
of Maryland; Donnell Roseboro,
Dwayne Smarr; daughter, Mrs.
Janie McSwain of Alaska; step-
daughters, Mrs. Diane Lyons of
New York, Mrs. Elaine Ollemi;
brothers, Harvey Williams, Eugene
Williams; half brothers, Samuel K.
Jimerson of Black Mountain,
Robert Jimerson; sisters, Mrs.
Leslie Wallace of Kingston, N. Y.,
Mrs. Mary Bell of Fallston, Mrs.
Eula Moore; two grandchildren;
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