Look in the dictionary for “rough shape” and you’ll see a picture of this lighter.
It’s a “Mi-Lite Korea” issue, probably early 70s. The lighter is a little over 1-1/2″ wide and a little over 2″ high. Altogether, it closely resembles a Zippo.
I can, through back issues of the Kingsport newspaper, find Bays Mountain Golf Course, about 2 miles south of Church Hill, in business in 1964. It’s mentioned as an attraction for the area. That location would put it somewhere behind McPheeters Bend School. I think that’s the land that Bays Mountain Park acquired to extend its hiking trails
This once belonged to Sam Assid, who owned a well-regarded custom furniture/restoration/refinishing shop on East Sullivan Street for ages.