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Page 2A-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, July 30, 1992
Chula Alexander, Mike Smith, Larry Hall, Eric Byers, Brandon Moss, and Brian Cannon, left to right,
njoy the summer day camp underway at the Kings Mountain Community Center.
Summer day camp is underway
‘The 70 young people in the
Kings Mountain Community
‘School's Summer Day Camp are
having fun, experiencing new pro-
jects, and enjoying field trips to a
variety of places.
Chris Johnson and Patsy Walker,
co-directors, took the group to
Charlotte International Airport
Thursday. Prior to the field trip, the
youngsters made their own air-
planes from newspaper and leamed
about flying from instructors
Patricia Young, Donnie Cook,
ABB Combustion
to layoff workers
ABB Combustion Engineering
of Kings Mountain will "signifi-
cantly reduce the work force" dur-.
ing the coming months, according
to General Manager Robert
Starkey.
. Starkey said the plant, feeling
the effects of an economy in reces-
sion, has postponed a major con-
tract which has resulted in the need
to reduce the workforce temporari-
ly.
By the end of the year Starkey
anticipates that the company will
recall most of the employees laid
off,
: Since opening the Kings
Mountain plant in 1984, ABB CE
Has maintained a fairly constant
workload, said Starkey.
| Death
ROBERT LITTLEJOHN
Robert Littlejohn, 76, of Grover
Road, died July 25, 1992 at home.
He was a native of Cherokee
County, SC and son of the late Dee
and Bessie Littlejohn. He was a re-
tired textile worker.
Survivors include his wife,
Beatrice Perkins Littlejohn} four
sons, Billy Gene and Harold
Littlejohn of Bronx, N.Y., Haskell
Littlejohn of Columbus, GA and
Marion Littlejohn of Kings
Mountain; three daughters,
Dorothy Mae and Doris Teen
Littlejohn of Bronx and Betty Jean
Littlejohn of the home; one sister,
Maggie Caldwell of Jamaica, New
York; seven grandchildren; and six
great-grandchildren,
The funeral will be conducted
Thursday at 4 p.m. at Mount Zion
Baptist Church. Burial will be in
Mountain Rest Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
Thursday from 3:30-4 p.m. at the
church.
STONE
From Page 1-A
The funeral will be conducted
Thursday at 11 a.m. at Grace
. United Methodist Church. Rev.
Patricia Stone and Rev. Harold
Beam will officiate. Burial will be
in Mountain Rest Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to
Grace United Methodist Church,
830 Church Street,
Mountain, 28086, or to the Kings
Mountain Lions Club White Cane
Drive, Glenn Anderson, treasurer,
c/o BB&T, Kings Mountain,
28086.
Kings
Beverly Murdock, Laverne Smith,
and Robin Hoffman.
Social skills are a part of the
training program, says Johnson.
"Kids in this program learn how to
get along with one another. They
go to the library and read, swim at
the city pool, paint Tee-shirts, and
participate in a talent show. They
also toured the York Museum, the
Columbia, SC Zoo, and Discovery
Place recently.
The summer activities began
June 8 and end on August 7. The
program is open Monday through
Friday from 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at
Kings Mountain Community
Center.
V/A” Gennis
NR
KINGS MOUNTAIN. N C
DOWNTOWN, KINGS MOUNTAIN
Engagement
The cngagement of Pamela
Louise Hunter of McLeansville
and James William Guffey of
Roanoke Rapids is announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Hardin Hunter of McLeansville.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. James Ted Guffey
of Kings Mountain and Mrs. Linda
Campbell of Forest City. He is a
1988 graduate of East Rutherford
High School and a 1992 graduate
of North Carolina State University
with a degree in chemical engi-
neering. He is employed as a
chemical engineer with Champion
in Roanoke Rapids.
The bride-elect is a 1988 gradu-
ate of Eastern Guilford High
School and a 1992 graduate of
Meredith College with a B.A. de-
gree in history and math. She was a
North Carolina Teaching Fellow.
The wedding will be an event of
December 26.
Girls volleyball
tryouts at KMHS
Kings Mountain High School
volleyball tryouts for the JV and
varsity teams will begin August 3
from 1:30-4:30 p.m. at the high
school.
All players must have physicals
before they can practice.
All ninth through 12th grade
girls are eligible.
‘Back to School
cand
Summer's Final Sale @
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John is one
John Hanna, son of Jay and
Ray Gaye Hanna, celebrated his first
birthday July 17 at a party at
Victory Baptist Church fellowship
hall. A teddy bear theme featured
decorative details.
Special friends and guests were
Amber and Eric Alexander, Caitlin
~ Mezey, Richie, Josh and Elizabeth
Griffin, all of Kings Mountain, T.J.
Wray and Kristin Lovelace of
Shelby, John Hurdt of Lawndale,
and Miranda Hanna of Charlotte.
John is grandson of Pete and
Shirley Caveny and Marjorie and
Larry Thompson, all of Kings
Mountain.
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(MENS ASSORTED
STYLES & COLORS
DOCKERS
ALL ONE PRICE
500
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REDUCED FOR
BACK TO SCHOOL
Lee, Levi, Bugle Boy
NIKE SHORTS, T-SHIRTS
& WIND SUITS
ALL REDUCED
FOR BACK TO
SCHOOL
OF LADIES
SUMMER
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ALL REDUCED
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