Page 2A-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD- Thursday, June 18, 1992
SHELBY - Greathal Borders
+ Nolan, 93, of 705 Sunny Street,
t died June 10, 1992 at Cleveland
L Memorial Hospital.
A native of Earl, she retired
om Nolan Grocery in Kings
untain. Widow of Clarence
py Nolan Sr. she was daughter
ate Charles Jack and Lillian
Borders. She was a mem-
t Baptist Church.
pg are one son, Clarence
olan Jr. of Shelby; three
Mrs. Albert Turner,
rine Hayes, and Mrs.
, all of Shelby; three
. Margaret Coley of
Mrs. Dora McSwain
0, VA, and Mrs. Beuna
elby; seven grandchil-
eral was conducted
p.m. at Webb Chapel of
Church. Dr. Ernest W.
§ Rev. Glenn Davenport
urial was in Cleveland
T Carroll Douglas
of 104 Georgia Belle
ied June 13,1992 at
of Gastonia, he was °
e late Mr. and Mrs.
gael Dills. He was own-
perator of Carrolls Music
y for 24 years.
is a member of Belmont
p.odge and a former mem-
sot the Blue Velvet Band and
Charlotte Musicians Association.
He played with Cecil Campbell
and The Tennessee Ramblers and
with Tommy Faille, Arthur Smith,
and Rich Mauney. He composed
and wrote several songs and
recorded two songs, "Carrolls'
Theme" and "Rocking Guitar." He
was featuredd guitarist in the
= He attended First Baptist Church
and was a World War II Navy vet-
eran. . Surviving are his wife,
Melba Keller Dills; two sons,
Randy Carroll Dills of Mount
Holly and Kurt Douglas Dills of
Belmont; one sister, Julia Cauble
of Gastonia; and four grandchil-
. The funeral was conducted
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Chapel
of Carothers Funeral Home in
Gastonia by Rev. Jack Painter.
Burial was in Gaston Memorial
ark. ; !
i THEODORE ROSS SR.
t GROVER - Theodore Ross Sr.,
é3, of 127 Bethlehem Church
Road, died June12,1992 at his
¢ Surviving are his wife, Pinkie
Gist Ross; three sons, Theodore
Ross Jr., and John E Ross, both of
Grover, and Kenneth Ross of
Shelby; four daughters, Hilda Ross
and Alice Whiteside, both of
Grover, Mary Grier of Kings
Mountain, and Pinkie Ross of
Shelby; three brothers, Randolph
Ross Jr. of Kings Mountain, J. W.
Ross, and Bobby Joe Ross, both of
Norwalk, Conn.; six sisters,
Christine Johnson of Grover,
Marveter McKoy, Josephine
Leach, Dorothy Walker, Polly Ben,
all of Norwalk, Conn., and Vivian
Jones of Bridgeport, Conn., and
The funeral was conducted
Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Shiloh
AME Zion Church by Rev. V. H.
Hicklin, Burial was in the church
William R. Carroll, 87, of 402
Tracy St., died June 9, 1992 at
Cleveland Memorial Hospital.
A native of Cleveland County,
he was son of the late James and
Geneva Schenck Carroll. He was
retired from Mauney Mill.
Surviving are one daughter,
Melba Feaster Jackson of Queens,
New York; one brother, Thomas
Carroll of Salisbury; two grand-
children; four great-grandchildren;
and one great-great grandchild.
The funeral was conducted
Saturday at 2 p.m. at Good Hope
Presbyterian Church. Rev. S. W.
Alexander officiated. Burial was in
Mountain Rest Cemetery.
SHELBY - Bertha Laughter
Morris, 84, of 1905 Carpenter St.,
died June 15, 1992 in Cleveland
A native of Lincoln County, she
was the daughter of the late C. C.
and Cora Hull Laughter. She was
widow of William Cephas Morris
and a member of First Wesleyan
Surviving are four sons, Wilford
Morris of Shelby, Garland Morris
of Ellenboro, Hubert Morris of
Orlando, Florida and Ermie Morris
of Winston-Salem; one daughter,
Mrs. Judy Black of Central, SC;
four brothers, Woodrow Laughter
or Kings Mountain, Arvel Laughter
of Gastonia, Clyde Laughter of
Sebring, FLA, and Harvey
Laughter of Hickory; three sisters,
Mamie Lea Stone of Shelby,
Mildred Wengerd of Baltimore,
MD, and Violet Dixon of Kings
Mountain; and 11 grandchildren.
The funeral was conducted
Wednesday at 1 p.m. at First
Wesleyan Church. Dr. Robert
Black, Clarence Williams and Rev.
William McConnell officiated.
Burial was in Mountain Rest
Rainfall was no record,
but sure seemed like it
i Believe it or not, last week's
rains didn't make a record.
: We had 2.59 inches for the
week, but it sure seemed like more.
Kenneth Kitzmiller reports that for
the month of June we've seen 3.93
inches of the wet stuff. Last June,
for the entire month there was only
! But get your ducks in a row. If
the last two years are any indica-
tion, we may be in for more rain in
July. In 1991 July saw 4.15 inches
and in 1990 the same month had
6.48 inches. Just so it doesn't come
‘Tom Howard of Public Works
said there were no flooding prob-
lems in Kings Mountain.
"We've been working drainage
like crazy for a long time," he said.
"We were in pretty good shape
these past rains.”
But, he warned, that doesn't
mean that in the future if the rains
are worse than last week's we won't
be up to our knees in some places.
You never know . . ..
BM Breakfast will be served to the
public Saturday from 6 a.m.-10
a.m. at David Baptist Church
across from Bethware School. The
traditional country menu will be
HM "All the way or how you like
'‘em" is how First Church of the
Nazarene is advertising a hot dog
sale beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday
in the New Fellowship Hall of the
church. Visitors can also tour the
newly-completed fellowship hall.
Punkin Higginbotham, standing, and Annie Grant are among the
cast of "Steel Magnolias." By popular demand, Kings Mountain
Little Theatre will present the play at a dinner-theater in July.
Tickets go on sale Friday.
at Woman's Club
Kings Mountain Woman's Club
and Kings Mountain Little Theatre
are bringing dinner theater to
Kings Mountain on July 18 at the
By popular demand, the cast of
"Steel Magnolias" will return for a
one-night performance for which
tickets go on sale Friday by calling
Little Theatre President Jeff
Grigg said that 80 tickets will be
sold at cost of $15, which includes
hordouvres before the show and a
meal of shrimp creple, salad, bev-
erage, and dessert ff
the Woman's Club.
"Get your tickets early if you
plan to attend,” says Grigg, who
said "Steel Magnolias" drew large
crowds during the performances
recently at the Woman's Club.
Directed by Jim Champion, the
cast features Jane Copenhaver as
Ouiser Boiudreaux, the craggy
Southern biddy who wears floppy
hats and would give one of her kid-
neys to her mangy dog; Punkin
Higginbotham as Truvy Jones, the
hairmaster of Chinquapin,
Mulch sales will begin Saturday
at the Cleveland County Landfill
on Airport Road and will continue
on a daily basis while supplies last
during regular working hours
Monday through Saturday 8 a.m.-4
The costs are based on $5 per
cubic yard and include $5 for a |
small pickup truck or small trailer;
$10 for a large pickup truck or
large trailer; $15 for a small flatbed
truck; $20 for a medium flatbed
truck; $25 for a large flatbed truck;
$20 for a small single axle dump
truck; $25 for a large single axle
drump truck;' $45 for a tandem
axle dump truck, and $55 for a tri-
axle dump truck.
otiday ou Mn:
Father's Day Special
Sunday Buffet - June 21st
11 am to 2 pm - Dads Eat 1/2 Price!
Kids under 3 years
For Reservations Call
I-85 at 161
Kings Mountain, NC
be served byl
Louisiana; Marianne Miller as
Annelle Dupuy-Desoto, Truvy's
born-again assistant; Mary Louise
Baker as Clairee Belcher, a senior
citizen football cheerleader; Annie
Grant as Shelby Eatenton-
Lathcherie, the ill-fated ingenue;
and Linda Strachan as M'Lynn
Eatenton, Shelby's protective
The setting for the play is a
beauty parlor in the Deep South.
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Classes begin Jun 17 and end on
July 16 and July 2 and 3 are holi-
days. No credit will be given if the
student misses more than four
will also offer a tuition summer
school for students in grades 9, 10,
11 and 12. The cost will be $150
per one unit. Subjects offered will
be math and English.
Registration is June 17 and
classes start on that day and run
Kings Mountain High School
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Did You Know That Medicare and Private Insurance
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MEDI-FARE DRUG CENTER
300 W. Pine Street e Blacksburg, S.C.
1-800-527-9217 or 1-803-839-6384
Treat Dad to a sofa
for Father's Day!
through July 16. No classes on July
2 and 3. Maximum allowable ab-
sences is four days. No transporta-
tion or lunches will be provided.
Classes begin at 8 a.m. and end at
1 p.m. each day.
B St. Paul United Methodist
Church will sponsor a hot dog,
chicken, and hamburger sale
Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. at the
church on Cansler Street. Proceeds
will benefit the building fund.
HM Charles Barnes of Atlanta will
be Father's Day speaker Sunday at
9:30 a.m. at St. Paul United
Methodist Church. The public is
309 South Battleground Ave.
Downtown e Kings Mountain
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