Page 2A-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, June 1, 1995
Julia McDaniel Lockridge, 57,
of 815 Bethlehem Rd., died May
29, 1995 at home.
A native of Cleveland County,
she was the wife of Bobby L.
Lockridge and was a homemaker.
She was the daughter of the late
Forrest and Baner Padgett
She was a member of Second
She was preceded in death by a
daughter, Pamela Lockridge
Surviving, in addition to her
husband, are two sons, Jody
Lockridge and Michael D.
Lockridge and two daughters,
Charlene Ramsey and Anita
Delores Lockridge, all of Kings
Mountain; three sisters, Bertha
Rogers and Inez Hutto, both of
Kings Mountain, and Lois White
of Winston-Salem; five grandchil-
dren; and three great-grandchil-
The funeral will be conducted
Thursday at 3 p.m. at True Gospel
Holiness Church. Rev. Jerry
Morrow and Rev. Roy Clark will
officiate. Burial will be in
Mountain Rest Cemetery.
OLLIE D. HARRIS
RALEIGH - Ollie Davis Harris,
89, a resident of Integrated Health
Services, died May 30, 1995 at
Integrated Health Services.
A native of Dallas, she was the
son of the late Luther and Mary
Etta Barrett Davis, and wife of the
late James A. Harris. She was re-
tired from motel management and
was also retired as a public: schol
elie a te
Over 700 Cleveland County Christians participated in the March for Jesus Saturday in Shelby.
She is survived by her MI
in-law, Frances Burns of Cary; a
brother, Miles Davis of Stanley; six
grandchildren; seven great-grand-
children; and a number of nieces
A graveside service will be held
Thursday at 1 p.m. at Mountain
Sr TT i Frm,
celebrates third birthday
Taylor Hullender celebrated her
third birthday April 25 with a Lion
King party at her home with family
Her parents are Kim and Trent
Hullender of Kings Mountain.
Grandparents are Ruby Hallman
of Cherryville and Bob and
Guyanne Hullender of Kings
Great-grandmother is Barbara
Payseur of Cherryville.
Taylor is also expecting twin
brothers in July.
Abel gives program
for DAR meeting
Ruth Abel of Gastonia present-
ed a report of the recent
Continental Congress in
Washington, DC as the program for
the May meeting of Daughters of
the American Revolution.
The Colonel Frederick
Hambright Chapter met at Weir
Auditorium at Mauncy Memorial
Abel noted that the President
General of the DAR wants mem-
bers to push a new image of the
DAR, "not just for ladies in fur
More than 700 people, including
marchers from numerous churches,
participated in the annual "March
for Jesus" rally Saturday morning
at Brown Stadium in Shelby.
The participants tripled the num-
ber which attended the service last
Betty Mitchell, Kings Mountain
organizer, said that the crowd was
enthusiastic and that marchers car-
ried banners and wore shirts pro-
moting their congregations.
Local churches participating in
the march were Faith Baptist
Church, Landmark Church and
Among participants were mem-
bers of a Spanish-speaking church
from Cleveland County.
"Share the Vision" was the
theme of the program.
Phyllis Campbell was church co-
. The group of marchers gathered
on Sumter Street in Shelby and
marched to Shelby High School for
the worship service and rally in
"It. was.a. joyful, colorful cele-
The theme is "Awesome
re CRAVEtturesT Gods Amazing
bration and we already look for-
ward to next year's event," sald
plans Bible School
Macedonia Baptist Church, 1101
South Battleground Avenue, Kings
Mountain, will hold Vacation Bible
School June 4-9.
This year's theme is "Turn
About, Paul" and will focus on the
many turn abouts in the life of the
Apostle Paul. Activities begin at 6
p.m. nightly with a processional
and assembly in the sanctuary.
.' After the assembly, each age level
will break into small groups for
music, crafts, recreation, refresh-
ments and Bible School.
Children will be treated to larger
than life props, including ship-
wrecks and dungeons, as well as
puppetry. skits which will depict
the life of Paul. Door prizes will be
given each night.
Macedonia will sponsor a pre-
registration party Friday, June 2
from 7-8:30 p.m. Children will
meet their teachers, dive into a 50-
foot banana split and participate in
drawings for door prizes.
Camp meeting set
at Grover church
Camp meeting '95_ will be held
June 4-10 at 7 p.m. at Bible
Holiness Church, 709 Cleveland
Rev. Elbert Keeter will be the
For more information, call Joyce
McEntyre at 937-3397 or Sherry
Moss at 937-7407.
Homecoming will be held June
11. Dinner will be seryed at 1 p.m.
at Grover Town Hall and a gospel
singing will begin at 2 p.m.
The church will hold a bake sale
and ham biscuit sale June 3 begin-
ning at 8 a.m.
Bible School set
at First Wesleyan
First Wesleyan Church, 505
North Piedmont Avenue, Kings
Mountain, will hold Bible School
for every age group, including
adults, June 12-16 from 6:30-8:30
Deeds." In addition to Bible study,
__ participants will enjoy stories, pup-
pet plays, music, crafts and refresh-
For more information, and for
those who would like to attend but
don't have a ride, call 739-4266.
at Oak Grove
Oak Grove Baptist Church, 1022
Oak Grove Road, Kings Mountain,
will have Bible School June 4-9
from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Ages two through youth are in-
For more information call the
church office at 739-4833.
Auction to benefit
church mission trip
Royster Avenue Church of God
of Shelby will hold an auction
Saturday from 9 a.m.-12 noon at
the Double Shoals Auction House,
located on Double Shoals Road off
Highway 18 North.
All proceeds will go to help fi-
nance a mission trip to Venezuela.
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100 Cansler Street at East King Street ¢ 739-5461
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 8 pm ¢ Good thru Easter Monday
Over 700 participate in March for Jesus in Shelby
Homecoming Day Sunday
at Cherokee St. Church
Homecoming Day is Sunday at
Cherokee Street Baptist Church.
The Blue Grass gospel group,
"Reference," will sing at the 11
a.m. service. Picnic dinner will be
Rev. Gene Leigh, pastor, invites
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to take this op-
portunity to thank the following:
Kings Mountain Rescue Squad,
Oak Grove Volunteer Fire Dept.,
and Cleveland County EMS. We
would like to thank all the mem-
‘bers of these units for their quick
response when we would call 911.
Their care and concern for Mrs.
Pridmore and our family is deeply
appreciated. Words cannot express
our thanks and appreciation for all
that they did during Mrs.
Pridmore's illness and for all that
they do for the community as well.
May God bless all of you.
Family of Ella Galloway Pridmore
NC Evangelism Week.
The Evangelism Department of
the North Carolina Baptist State
Convention has appointed Kings
Mountain native Reg Alexander as
conference host for the state's
"Personal Evangelism Week" and
the "Single Adult Evangelism
Both conferences will be held at
the N. C. State
Caswell. In addi-
tion to facilitat-
ing the scheduled
be one of the
and will teach
several seminars. ALEXANDER
His seminar topics for adults
will include "Enjoying Your Time
With The Bible" and "The Circle
of Laffter." Youth and college age
will also attend his session, "Don't
Let Evolution Make A Monkey
Out of You."
Alexander is Director of Kings
Mountain-based Regal Ventures
Creative Ministries, a non-profit
organization involving special
event planning and conference ac-
tivities for churches throughout the
~ southeastern states.
Other speakers and music artists
who are affiliated with Regal
sponsibility for these two confer-
ences as well as additional State
Central Tnited Methodist Church
“ A Church For All Seasons”
10:00 am Church School ¢ 11:00 am Worship
i @l “What Guides You, Inclination or Inspiration?”
113 South Piedmont Avenue ¢ Kings Mountain, NC 28086
contributions or by
Thanks to you and
display of concern
our graduates had a
milestone in their
Together we sent a message
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community cares about them, reminding them they can have a
good time without tobacco, alcohol or other drugs.
Thank you ior your support.
The Project Graduation Planning Committee
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