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    Pag* 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HEHALD-Thunday. S*pt*iiib*r 3, 1981
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MRS. OWENS
Funeral services for Mrs.
Christine Peeler Owens, 70, of
200 Fulton Drive, Kings Moun
tain, were conducted Friday at 4
p.m. at Macedonia Baptist
Church by the Rev. Tom Patter
son. Burial was in Mountain
Rest Cemetery.
Mrs. Owens died Wednesday
at Kings Mountain Hospital.
Mrs. Owens was a native of
Greenville County, S.C., and
was the daughter of the late
James E. and Sarah Poole
Peeler. She was a member of
Macedonia Baptist Church.
Surviving are her husband,
Paul Owens of the home; one
son, Pete Owens of Raleigh; four
daughters, Mrs. Joe (Mary)
Spearman and Mrs. Robert (Pat)
Thomas, both of Hendersonville;
Mrs. Louise Johnson of Durham
and Mrs. Frank (Paula) Goforth
of Gaffney, S.C.; one brother,
W.O. Peeler of Kings Mountain;
a sister, Mrs. Rowena Hatcher
of Greer, S.C., and seven grand
children.
Active pallbearers were Bob
Meyers, Kermit Huffstetler,
Charles Wilson, Lester Welch,
G.C. Smith Sr. and Bill Shytle.
MRS. SLAYTON
Funeral services for Mrs. lla
Belle Slayton, 80, of 810 Second
Street, Kings Mountain, were
conducted Saturday at 4 p.m. at
Harris Funeral Home Chapel by
the Rev. John Heath. Burial was
in Mountain Rest Cemetery.
Mrs. Slayton died Thursday at
Kings Mountain Hospital.
She was a Buncombe County
native and a retired textile
worker. Her husband was the
late Alfred Bryant Slayton.
Surviving are a son, Pat
Slayton of Kings Mountain; a
daughter, Mrs. Hazel McCurry
of Kings Mountain; 10 grand
children and seven great grand
children.
MRS. JONES
Funeral services for Mrs. Ilo
Octavia Jones, 71, of Route 1,
Kings Mountain, were held
Saturday at 2 p.m. at Grace
United Methodist Church by the
Rev. George Sherrill and the
Rev. Raymond Shumpert. Burial
was in Mountain Rest
Cemetery.
Mrs. Jones died Thursday at
Kings Mountain Hospital.
A Charlotte native, she was
the daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Melton Hinson. Her hus
band was the late Jesse Jones.
Surviving are a brother, Earl
Hinson of Lancaster, S.C.; and
two sisters, Mrs. LW. (Ruth)
Leonard of Kings Mountain and
Mrs. Sarah Lucas of Calhoun
Falls, S.C.
GERTIE V. SMITH
Funeral services for Gertie
Valentine Smith, 78, of
Gastonia, were conducted Fri
day at Beech Avenue Baptist
Church in Gastonia bythe Rev.
Homer Wilson. Burial was in
Gaston Memorial Park.
Mrs. Smith died Wednesday
in Gaston Memorial Hospital.
Survivors include two sons,
Daniel Smith of Bessemer City
and Buford Smith of Gastonia;
five daughters, Edith Nolen of
Belmont, lla Bea Valentine of
Charlotte, Dena Smith of
Bessemer City, Brenda Elrod
and Shirley Stallings, both of
Gastonia;two brothers, Lonus
and Lawrence Valentine, both of
Shelby; three sisters, Ressie
Adams of Bessemer City, Hazel
Hale of Greenville, S.C., and
Cleta Valentine of Kings Moun
tain; 16 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
W.A. BELL
Funeral services for William
Alexander Bell, 75, of Route 5,
Kings Mountain, were con
ducted Monday at 4 p.m. at Oak
Grove Baptist Church by the
Rev. Mike Goudelock. Burial
was in the church cemetery.
Bell died Saturday morning at
the Gaston Memorial Hospital.
He was a retired farmer and
paint contractor and a member
of Oak Grove Baptist Church.
He was the son of the late Dave
and Ollie Harmon Bell and the
husband of the late Marie Har
mon Bell.
Survivors include four sons.
Curt, Paul, Bill and Jim Bell, all
of Kings Mountain; one brother,
Monroe Bell of Charlotte; one
sister, Mrs. Etta Gilliland of
Kings Mountain; 12 grand
children, and 10 great grand
children.
CLAUDE PATTERSON
Funeral services for Claude
Patterson, 65, of Route 3, Kings
Mountain, were conducted
Tuesday at 4 p.m. at
Washington Baptist Church by
the Rev. Herbert Rhedrick.
Burial was in the church
cemetery.
Patterson died Saturday at
Cleveland Memorial Hospital
after an illness of several mon
ths.
A Kings Mountain native, he
was a retired maintenance
employee of Best Bakery, and a
member of Washington Baptist
Church.
Survivors include his step
mother, Mrs. Mary Patterson of
Waco; a son, Rickey Patterson
of Kings Mountain; five
daughters, Mrs. Pauline Mauney
of the home, Mrs. Betty Wilson
and Mrs. Christine Cunningham
Byers, both of Kings Mountain;
Mrs. Louise Hillyer of Shelby
and Mrs. Ella Kirkland of Waco;
a brother, Charles Patterson of
Waco; three sisters, Mrs. Thelma
Leach of Shelby, and Mrs. John
(Ida) Montgomery and Mrs.
Virginia Patterson, both of
Waco; 21 grandchildren and 17
great grandchildren.
MRS. ADAMS
Funeral services for Mrs. Liz
zie Moore Adams, 70 of 224
Walker Street, Kings Mountain,
were conducted Monday at 4
p.m. at Midview Baptist Church
by the Rev. Fred Wells, the Rev.
George Leigh and the Rev. L.E.
Ramsey. Burial was in the An
tioch Baptist Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Adams died Saturday at
Kings Mountain Hospital.
A Cherokee County, S.C.,
native, she was the daughter of
Rhoda
the late Sammy and
McDonald Moore.
Surviving are her husband,
Bill Adams; four brothers, J.v!
and R.T. Moore, both of Kings
Mountain, and Sherman and
Claude Moore, both of
Blacksburg, S.C.; and two sisters,
Mrs. Ben Black of Grover and
Mrs. Eugene Black of Kings
Mountain.
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