The Kings Mountain Baptist
Association will hold its 140th an-
nual meeting Monday and Tuesday.
The Monday night session will
begin at 6:45 p.m. at Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church in Shelby.
The session will feature a premiere
of an anthem produced by Mark
Cabaniss, President of Designer
Music Group Publishing Company
in Nashville, Tn. Cabaniss is a na-
tive of Shelby.
Special music will also be pre-
sented by a choir composed of
Ministers of Music who serve in
churches throughout the associa-
Bishop To Speak At Trinity Church
The Right Rev. Robert Johnson,
Bishop of the Diocese in Western
North Carolina, will be at Trinity
Episcopal Church, 313 Phifer
Road, Sun., Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. to
conduct services. This will be his
first visit to Trinity since his ordi-
nation last March. He will be ac-
companied by his wife.
Bishop Johnson was selected to
succeed Bishop William
East KM Church of God
Sets Yard Sale Saturday
East Kings Mountain Church of
God will sponsor a yard sale
Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.
Hot dogs with all the trimmings,
cakes, pies, and cookies will be for
sale, and all proceeds will benefit
In event of rain, the event will
be held inside the church, located
across the street from Radio
Song Service Saturday
At First Assembly of God
First Assembly of God will
sponsor an evening of singing and
inspirational worship featuring the
Adkins Family of Gastonia and
other special singers Saturday
night beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Hot dogs with all the trimmings
will be served prior to the event,
and the public is invited to attend.
Proceeds from the supper are ear-
marked for church projects.
Gospel Way Quartet
To Sing Sunday Night
Gospel Way Quartet of
Columbia will present special mu-
sic: Sunday night at 6 p.m. at
Shuford Memorial Baptist Church
The church is located off
Garrison Boulevard across from
Rev. Bill Davis, pastor, invites
the public to attend.
At El Bethel On Saturday
Halloween spooks and goblins
will cavort and dance about at a
Halloween carnival and dance
Saturday night from 6 until 11 p.m.
at El Bethel Methodist Church
The fun event is sponsored by
the Youth Sunday School of El
Bethel United Methodist Church.
The games and hot dog supper
will begin at 6 p.m. and continue
until 8 p.m. with cake walks, face
painting, go-fish, fortune telling,
wel sponge throws and a haunted
A teen dance will begin at 8 p.m.
and end at 11 p.m.
Proceeds will benefit youth min-
istrics. The public is invited.
tion and by Mrs. Beth Heffner,
Music Director of Dover Baptist
Church and outgoing Associational
New pastors and staff persons
will be introduced to the associa-
Also featured will be a report
from Director of Missions, Cline
W. Borders, on goals established
by the Strategy Planning
Committee for the association for
the next five years. The message
for the evening will be presented
by Moderator Joe Cabaniss,
Cleveland County Commissioner
Widenhauer, who retired last year.
Bishop Johnson is from the Atlanta
area and served many years in the
Georgia Episcopal Church.
Assisting Bishop Johnson will
be Trinity's rector, the Rev. Dan
McCaskill, and senior warden,
Steve Wells. The lay reader will be
Dr. Larry Muench, and the acolytes
will be Travis Black, Brett Wells,
Hart Wells, Stewart Marlowe and
West second graders come forward for final bow
after presenting Spanish version of The Three Bears.
Kings Mountain Weather Report
(Compiled By Kenneth Kitzmiller)
Oct, 17-23 Year Ago
Total precipitation 3.54 74
Maximum one day 3.19 (22nd) 44 (18th)
Year to date 50.16 47.85
Minimum temperature 37 (18th) 30 (20th)
Maximum temperature 76 (17th, 18th) 79 (19th) Mh
Average temperature 60.7 TSG SNA.
*Trace frost Oct. 18, 1990; Damaging frost Oct. 20, 1989.
**11,98 inches of rain thus far in October is most in any month in 10
and local business man.
The Tuesday afternoon session
will begin at 2:45 p.m. at Elizabeth
Baptist Church in Shelby. The ses-
sion will feature a piano mini-con-
cert by Charlton Bozard, Minister
of Music of Boiling Springs
Baptist Church and the 1990-91
Associational Music Director. The
budget for 1990-91 and the
Strategy Planning Report will be
presented for adoption. Also in-
cluded on the agenda will be a re-
port of the Church and Community
Ministries and the North
Daniel Marlowe. Pianist will be
The Bishop will be confirming
Travis Black, Evonne Parker, and
Patricia Woods during the service.
After the service, the congrega-
tion will have a covered dish lun-
cheon to welcome Bishop and Mrs.
Johnson. The public is invited to
attend the service and meal.
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The Tuesday night session will
continue at 7 p.m. and will feature
special music by the Kings
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