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    PAGE 2, KINGS MOUNTAIN MIRRCffi. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER I j, 1971
Jamie Ivey Wins
Mini - Bike
KM Rescue Reports Busy Month
Tuesday, December 7th, was
Uds night at the Charlotte
Coliseum (or the Checkers,
home Ice-hockey game. Cubs,
and Boy Scouts from Kings
Mountain attended and were
part ol the capacity crowd
which left standing room only.
Excited winner of the door
prize - a mlnl-blke - was
Jamie Ivey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Tbommasson,
of Kings Mountain.
Jamie attended the game
with 12 members of Den 1,
Cub Scout Pack 98, and their
Emilies. Pack 98 meets at
the Boyce Memorial A.R.P.
Church and the den mothers
are Nancy McGill and Claudia
Grissom.
Kings Mountain
Hospital Report
Cub Scout, Jamie Ivey, proudly displays his two mlnl-bikes. One he won at the Charlotte
Checkers game and the other one was his Christmas gift from his parents.
OBITUARIES
COLE
Lewis Cole, 37, of 109 N.
City St., K.M. died unexpect
edly at 8:50 p.m. Sunday in
Kings Mountain Hospital.
A native of Kings Mountain,
he was the son of Mrs. Mary
Everhart Cole of Kings Moun
tain and the late Clyde Cole.
Surviving in addition to his
mother are two sisters, Mrs.
Floyd Dover and Miss Vir
ginia Cole of Kings Mountain.
He was a member of First
Baptist Church of Kings
Mountain, where funeral ser
vices will be conducted today
at 3:00 p.m. by the Rev. Rob
ert Mann.
Burial will follow in Moun
tain Rest Cemetery.
JACKSON
Fred Samuel Jackson, 57,
formerly of Kings Mountain,
died at Hancock General Hos
pital.
He was the son of the late
Ed and LouellaSmlth Jackson.
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Zelma Gillespie Jack-
son; one daughter, Mrs. Yates
Huntsinger of Dallas, N.C.;
one son, Carl Jackson of Bay
St. Louis; one sister, Mrs.
Mildred Bagwell of Gastonia,
N.C.; one brother Woodrow
Jackson of Bay St. Louis.
Funeral services were held
Saturday at Sisk East Chapel
in Bessemer City, N.C. The
Rev. Mike Morrow officiated.
Burial was in Bessemer City
Memorial City.
DAVIS
WATTERSON
Mrs. Faye Boheler Watter-
son, 58, of Grover, died at
1:45 p.m. Friday in Kings
Mountain Hospital following
an illness of several mo.iths.
A native of York, S.C., she
was the daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jack-
son Boheler and the widow
of George Andrew Watterson.
She is survived by one son;
Ronnie Watterson of Shelby;
three daughters, Mrs. Paul
Fite, Mrs. Dean Spears and
Mrs. Larry Wells, all of Kings
Mountain; four brothers.
Forest Boheler and Romey
Boheler of Clover, S.C.; Kelly
Boheler of Grover and Lester
Boheler of Chester, S.C.;
eight sisters, Mrs. Carrie
Griffin of York, S.C, Miss
Alice Boheler, Mrs. Clyde
Whitworth and Mrs. Norman
Diggers, all of Clover,S.C.,
Mrs. Sam Beam of Grover,
Mrs. Paul Wallace and Mrs.
Dewey Allen, both of Kings
Creek, S.C., and Miss Janie
Boheler of Kings Mountain;
and eight grandchildren.
She was a member ol First
Baptist Church of Grover.
Funeral services were held
Sunday at the First Baptist
Church.
Rev. Paul Millwood and
Rev. L.D. Scruggs officiated.
Burial was in Bethlehem
Cemetery.
Albert F. Davis, 65, of Rt.
1, B.C. died Dec. 12,
He was the son of Brison
C. Davis.
His wife is Ester Carpenter.
Funeral services were
handled by Sisk East Chapel.
Funeral services were held
at Pruett Methodist Church.
Services were conducted by
Rev. Pheagan.
Burial was in Landers Cha
pel Cemetery.
ADAIR
Francis Melton Adair, age
48, of 216 Thornburg Dr., KM
Died Dec. 11, at Charlotte
Memorial Hospital.
She was the daughter of Mrs.
Thomas Lee Melton, K.M.
Her husband survived her,
Walter L. Adair, Jr.
On'' son, Paul Adair, K.M.,
one daughter, Mrs. James
Barron, Charlotte; two broth
ers, Edwin L. Melton, Hickory
and Joel B. Melton, Spartan
burg.
One sister, Mrs. Henry Fite
K.M., two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday at 2;00atHarrisFun-
eral Home.
Services were conducted by
Rev. Russell Fitts and Mit
chell Truitt.
Burial was in Oakland Cem
etery in Gaffney.
FRALEY
James T. Fraley of Dallas, '
died Dec. 7 at the Veterans
Hospital in Salisbury,
His parents were Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Blair Fraley.
He is survived by Mrs.
Iva M. Fraley.
Funeral services were held
Sunday at Sisk EAST Chapel.
Rev. Charles Curtis and
Bobbv Bodenhamer officiated.
Burial was in Long Creek
Cemetery.
LAHRMER
Julie Ann Lahrmer infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dar
rel Roger Lahrmer' of 1504
Shelby Rd., died at birth Dec.
14 at Kings Mtn. Hospital.
She is survived by one bro
ther, Danny, two sisters,
Janis and Beveral, ail of the
home.
Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L.ahr-
mer of Oak Hill, Ohio.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Teseniar
o(K.M.
Grave side services will be
held Wed. at 11:00 A.M. in
Mountain Rest Cemetery.
Rev. Archie Chapman will
officiate.
CARPENTER
Aileen Ormand Carpenter,
age 74 of 312 West Gold St.,
KM died Dec. 14 at Kings
Mtn. Hospital.
She was the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. BatieMeek
Ormand.
She was the wife of the late
Charles Troy Carpenter,Sr.
She was a member of the
Central United Methodist
Church.
Surviving her are two sons.
Meek Carpenter, Greenville,
and Charles T. Carpenter, Jr.
o(K.
Two daughters, Mrs. John
Dining, Mrs. John B. Plonkof
K.M.
One brother, Mrs. O.P.
Lewis, K.M. and 12 grand
children and 1 great grand
child.
Funeral services will be
held Wednesday at 4;00 P.M.
at Central United Methodist
Church.
Services will be conducted by
Rev. Paschal Waugh.
Burial will be in Mtn. Rest
Cemetery.
And Desire
Great minds have pur
poses; others have wishes.
-Grit
Restraint
Wilt power is having the
same ailment a friend has
and not mentioning it
-Globe, Atchison, Kan.
True
The only international
language that has endured
is double talk.
-News, Dallas.
Admitted 12-7
Mrs, John Kelley
Rt. 2, Dallas
Thurman Moss
116 Fulton Dr., KM
Mrs. Pearl Styers
700 Crescent Ave., KM
Admitted 12-8
Mrs. Roy D. Bradshaw
513 E. Ohio Ave., BC
O. C. cable
RL 2, BC
Ira Jack Camp
112 Walker St., KM
Michele Doll
Rt. 2, BC
Mrs. M.M Starnes
1702 Shelby Rd. KM
Mrs. Nathaniel Thomas
Rt. 1, KM
Margaret Womack
912 Va. Ave,, BC
Admitted 12-9
Claude Dennis
902 Baker Blvd., Gastonia
Mrs. Clyde D. Harris
13 E. Randolph Rd., Shelby
Jas. A. HUl
103 E. La Ave., BC
Mrs. Wm. Chas. Jackson
1290 2md St., KM
Richard B. Lackey, Jr.
Rt. 2. BC
Admitted 12-10
Nartin L. Wilson, Sr.
514 Phenix St., KM
Mrs. Mary C. Clemmer
P. O. Box 383, KM
Mrs. Richard Crawford
Mickley -Ave, BC
Leslie P. Gordon
201 Forest St., Clover
Mrs. Ola T. Holder
825 C. Street, BC
Mrs. Wm. H. Mitchell
P.O. Box 193, BC
Willie R. Smith
404 Childers St., KM
Admitted 12-11
Mrs. Harold Seiler
105 Morris St., KM
Mrs. David Alien
Rt. 3, KM
Mrs. Robt. S. Brymer
315 E. Wash. Ave. BC
Obvious Reason
Little Betty was crying
bitterly. Her mother asked
what was the matter.
“Boo hoo! My new shoes
hurt me!”
“Well, no wonder! You
have them on the wrong
feet,” replied mother.
Betty kept crying and
would not be comforted. "1
haven’t any other feet.” she
protested.
*
OSES
Christmas
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Special Buy
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SWEATERS
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Beautiful
Designs
GIFT WRAP
5 rolls
26” Wide
77<t
Brock’s
Imperial
CHOCOLATE
CHERRIES
18 oz. box
99
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PORTABLE
STEAMER
As Seen on TV
$8.88
Teressee Mulllnax
802 Gantt St., KM
Mrs. Jessie Rippy
608 W. King St., KM
Mrs. Raymond Roberts HI
Rt. 3, KM
Mrs. C.J. Schronce
112 W. Ga Ave. BC
S.E. Stommett
Rt. 2, BC
Admitted 12-12
John Tuft
Rt, 1, Shelby
Edward W. Bibbs
BC-KM Trailer Pk. BC
Mrs. BUI Bridges
1149 N. LaFayette St., BC
Mrs. Robt. Bell
Rt.l, Blacksburg
Mrs. Gene Eaves
Rt. 2, BC
Mrs. Chas. Foxx
Rt. 4, Gastonia
Ernest Guinn
Rt. 1, KM
Jas M. Mayes
Rt. 3, KM
Wm. H. McClellen, Jr.
104 W. Texas Ave. BC
Mrs. J.J. Reynolds
Rt. 1, Lincolnton
Mrs. Peggy Wright
119 Owens St., KM
Admitted 12-13
Mrs. Charlie Shaw
312 S. Willow St., Gastonia
Talmadge Sullens
809 Landing St., KM
Mrs. Waltraud D. Irvin
Rt. 2, KM
Are You Crazy?
Man motorist (after barely
avoiding a coliision);
“Why. in the name of com
mon sense, didn’t you sig-
nai?”
Woman motorist (who had
just turned into her home
driveway):
“Why, I always turn here,
stupid!”
It seems Dec, is going to be
another busy month for the
Kings Mountain Rescue Squad
who have already answered
35 calls. They also made
service calls and assisted
the putdic during the recent
snow (ail. So far they have
Answered 5 caUs for auto
accidents, also a call came
in on Dec. 12, that a wreck
had occured on the Longs
Branch Rd., 2 ambulances,
a crach truck, the Behtlehem
|! Fire Dept, and 5 rescue squad
I members sped to the scene
:! only to find it was a false
alarm.
! Grover
Answers 5
Calls
The Grover Rescue Squad
answered 5 calls and report
ed two stand-by’s during the
past week, traveling a total of
443 mUes.
On the 5th, the squad attend
ed a Piedmont Rescue Ass
ociation meeting in BoUlng
Springs, on the 6th, made a
trip to Duke HospiW, on the
8th, a trip to Cleveland Mem
orial Hospital, on the 9th,
trips to Kings Mountain and
Cleveland Memorial.
Fifteen transport trips were
made, types of calls were
for asthma attacks, heart at
tack, stroke, broken leg, cut
tings and 2 tails during the
snow, others were routine
transport trips.
Out of town trips made so
far were to Gaston Memor
ial 2, Charlotte Memorial 1,
Cleveland Memorial 2, and
Broughton Hospital In Mor-
ganton, N.C.
The squad had a unit In the
Shelby Christmas Parade, 4
units in the Kings Mountain
Christmas Parade, members
and ambulance were also at
the Basketball Tournament at
the Community Center and a
Music Park Show. So tar
this month, the squad has
traveled 1,020 miles and stood
649 man hours of duty. ^
HOLIDAY TREATS
Plan to make extra
batches of your speotal holi
day yeast breads, oooUee
and other holiday favorites
for friends and relatives.
Vlrap them attractively.
For an added personal touch,
attach the recipe to the pack
age, suggest extension home
economics specialists at
North Carolina State
University.
Dine With (/«
Friday and Saturday Evening
SPECIAL
9 Oz. Rib Eye Steak
With Potato, Salad, Bread & Beverage
$3.50
ROYAL VILLA
MOTOR INN
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Kings Mountain, N.C.
REMNANT SALE!
Just in Time For Christmas
SIZE COLOR
12’ X 15’ . Pirate Cold
12’ X 15’ - Roman Red
12’ X 9’ - Greentone
12’ X SO’ - Shell Pink
15’ X 24’ ■ Celery
15’ X 15’ - Bronzetone
FIBER PRICE
• Nylon $60.00
• Polyester $5,0.00
- Nylon Shag $50.00
- Polyester Shag $125.00
■ 501 Nylon $150.00
- Comm. Nylon $100.00
EXTRA SPECIALS
I - Roll 12* X 80* Gold Nylon Shag $4.50
i • Roll 12* X 50* Green Nylon Sha^ $4.50 ^
We Sell And Install Many Name Brands Like
Viking, Dan River, Etc.
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