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Weddings
ALD - Thursday, January 25, 1996
Wiggins and Charles Shan Ford.
The Rev. Todd Reynolds officiated the 2 p.m. cere-
mony.
Organist Jewell Wilson and vocalists Gail Lipe and
Nancy Gardner presented the nuptial music.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She
chose Amy Greene of Shelby as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were the bridegroom's sister, Audrey
Ford of Kings Mountain, and Halie Porter and Jennifer
Cantrell, both of Shelby.
The bridegroom's father was best man.
Ushers were the bride's brother, Jacob Wiggins,
all of Shelby, and
both of Kings
Chuck Wheeler and Donnie Greene,
Chris Powell and Todd Scism,
Mountain,
Dee Yarboro attended the register, and Jane
Ellington was wedding director,
Chelsea Chapman served as flower girl.
Valerie Morgan distributed programs and Nikki
Harmon distributed birdseed bags.
The bride's parents hosted the reception after the
ceremony at The Party Barn in Kings Mountain.
Decorations were in hunter green and burgundy.
The bride is the daughter of Bruce and- Donna
Wiggins of Shelby and the granddaughter of Don and
Jackie Greene and Yates and Lucille Wiggins, all of
Shelby. A 1995 graduate of Crest High School, she is
employed with Cablelink in Kings Mountain.
Rocky and Judy Ford of Kings Mountain are parents
of the bridegroom who is the grandson of Erskin and
Daphine Ware and Pearl Ford, all of Kings Mountain,
and the late Charles William Ford.
He graduated from Kings Mountain High School
The Clubs
Mountain.
Wiggins-Ford couple exchange vows
Pine Grove Methodist Church in Shelby was the set-
ting January 13 for the wedding of Laura Lynn
MRS. CHARLES SHAN FORD
(Laura Wiggins)
and is employed as manager at Winn-Dixie in Kings
The newlyweds reside in the Oak Grove
Community.
KM VFW post to organize auxiliary
An organizational meeting of an
auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post #9811, Kings Mountain,
will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday,
January 25 at the post home on
Margrace Road.
'VEW Post Commander J.R.
Payne invites members of Post
#9811 and their eligible family
members to attend.
Special guests will be
Department President Dorothy
Whisnant of Morganton Unit
#5362 and Department Chief of
Staff Elsie M. Shook, Past
Department President and member
of Hickory Unit #1957. The Ladies
Auxiliary to the VEW has a nation-
al membership of 765,283 ladies
belonging and working through
more than 7,000 auxiliary units.
A mother, wife, widow, sister,
daughter, grandmother or grand-
daughter of a veteran who is eligi-
ble for the VFW can join the
Ladies Auxiliary and become in-
volved in a variety of patriotic,
community and public service pro-
grams. "Visits to Veterans hospi-
tals, service to needy veterans and
their families are high on the list of
programs the membership is in-
volved in," states 14th District
President Pansie Peterson, who
will also attend.
Refreshments will be served. For
more information, contact Lynn
Wiesener at 114 S. Gaston St.,
Kings Mountain, or telephone 739-
5219.
Choral Society begins fund drive
The Gaston Choral Society has
begun its 1996 area patron drive.
‘The Choral Society was founded
in 1968 and is sponsored by the
Grass Roots Program of the North
Carolina Arts Council, and the Arts
Fund of Gaston County.
The Gaston Choral Society con-
tributes to the musical cultural at-
mosphere of the area by providing
two concerts a year (spring and
Christmas) and by working on
community outreach programs. In
principle and in practice, the soci-
ety values and seeks a diverse
membership.
Four different categories of pa-
trons are offered, including Whole
Note (20 tickets to each concert),
$100; Half Note (10 tickets to each
concert), $50; Quarter Note (five
tickets to each concert), $25; and
Eighth Note (two tickets to each
Choral Society
spring concert set
The Gaston Choral Society's
spring concert will be held May 2
at Hunter Huss High School and
will feature "Songs for a Spring
Evening."
Songs included are "Star Dust,"
"The Way You Look Tonight,"
"Carolina Moon," "Blues in the
Night," and "The Music of the
Night" from Phantom of the Opera.
For more information, call
Esther Muench at 739-1917.
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Patron tickets are half price.
Tickets after the fund drive are $5
for adults and $3'for Senior citizens
and students. Also, patrons have
their names printed in the pro-
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Jim and Jesse to sing at Cross Country Campground
Jim and Jesse will be in concert
at Cross Country Campground
Auditorium in Denver, N.C.
Saturday, February 10 at 7:30 p.m.
For additional information, call
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Fraley to sing
at KM church
Robert Fraley will be in concert
Saturday, January 27 at 7 p.m. at
Lighthouse Pentecostal Holiness
Church, 508 Branch Street, Kings
Mountain.
The public is invited.
Jensen to sing
at Worship Center
Gospel singer/songwriter
Gordon Jensen will be in concert
Sunday, January 28 at 10:45 a.m. at
the Family Worship Center Church
of God in Kings Mountain.
Jensen's hits include
"Redemption Draweth Nigh,"
"Bring Back the New Again,"
"Tears are a Language," "You're
the Only Jesus," "Bigger Than Any
Mountain," "I Should Have Been
Crucified," "He's as Close as the
Mention of His Name," "God Still
Loves the World," and "Written in
Red."
The public is invited.
Bloodmobile visits
set in KM, county
The American Red Cross will
sponsor bloodmobile visits to sev-
eral Cleveland County sites in
February. :
February 3, the bloodmobile will
be at Friendship Methodist Church
in Fallston from 12:30-6 p.m. The
visit is in honor of Jan Hamrick.
On February 8, the bloodmobile
will be at First Baptist Church in
Kings Mountain from 2:30-7.p.m.
On February 13, the bloodmo-
bile will visit the fire department
on Grover Street, Shelby, from
12:30-6 p.m. The event, which is
billed as the second annual
Valentine's Bloodmobile, is spon-
sored by the Shelby Fire
Department and Shelby Headline
News.
All eligible donors are urged to
participate in these bloodmobiles.
For more information, call the Red
Cross office at 487-8594.
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The Auxiliary made plans to
hold a fund raiser later in the year,
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