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Lumber Bridge News
By Lib Sumner
Attendance was fair at the Bap
tist Church Sunday. Preaching is
on the second and fourth Sunday's
? Homecoming, Sunday, October
2$. Revival, Sunday, October
2$-31. Robeson Baptist Associa
tional Meeting, October 25-26.
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-Mrs. F.R. Weber taught the
ladies class Sunday.
Lesson title, "Life in the
Spirit." Included with the message
was a synopsis of her trip to the
Old Country when she was 21
years of age.
Maps and pictures were shown
and Mrs. Weber read her Diary of
her several months' stay.
The class had looked forward to
this lesson, and everyone enjoyed
it very much.
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; The W.M.W. held their regular
iponthly meeting Thursday night
at the Education Center.
The devotional was given by
Lois Sumner. Minutes were read
by Betty Lou McGougan and, the
program was given by the presi
dent, Pearl Dew.
The new officers were elected
for the 1984-85 year and new pro
jects were discussed.
The meeting closed with prayer
by Flata Schell.
Others attending were: Verna
McGougan, Mary Ammons, Dot
McGougan, Lib Sumner, Pauline
Ratley and Mrs. Mary Prevatte.
Refreshments were served by
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^J~he young Women of the Bap
tist* Church held their monthly
meeting Monday, night <*rith
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After the meeting refreshments
were served: pound cake, nuts,
mints and punch.
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Mrs. Grade Hopkins was,
recently,- in Mt. Airy visiting
relatives and spent a week in
Laural Fork, Va. with her aunt,
Mrs. Myrtle McGraddy.
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Mrs S.E. Sumner, Mr. and
Mrs. Ricky Lewis, Sidney Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. John Sumner,
Selina, John and Angelia of Fayet
teville, Kimberly and Kristy
McMillan, Jenny Lewis, and Mr.
and Mrs. Timmy Gray, Angelia
and Timmy of Fayetteville spent
Friday at the zoo in Asheboro.
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Walter Edge of Raleigh was din
ner guest of Ms. Lib and Lois
Sumner on Saturday.
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Mrs. A.T. Beck returned home
Saturday after a two weeks' visit
with her mother, Mrs. Sylvia
Lieben in Tuscon, Arizona.
For the last 25 years, Jeanette M. WlUiamson has been doing anything
possible to help out around the ASCS office in Raeford. Last week,
she was presented a certificate of recognition by Hoke County Ex
ecutive ASCS Director John Currin. In 1983, Williamson served the
farmers of the county above and beyond the call In assistance to the
administration of the Payment in Kind Program. The award came
from the ASCS State office in Raleigh. Williamson, who lives on
Bethel Road in Raeford, began working at ASCS on September 16,
Miss Kathy D. Currie, an
employee of Weyerhaeuseis Com
pany, for the past 4 years has been
in Itasca, Illinois.
She has now been transferred to
the Company's headquarters in
Federal Way, Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Karshner
spent several days last week in
visiting with Mrs. Freda Karshner.
By Polly Barnard
Pittman Grove Baptist Church
revival services will begin Sunday
evening October 7 and continue
through Wednesday evening Oc
Services will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The visiting minister will be Rev.
Jerry Justice of Fayetteville. The
public is cordially invited to at
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Pittman . Grove Baptist Church
will have their annual Christmas
Bazaar Saturday November 17 at
the church. Plan to attend. There
will be varied craft items, baked
goods etc. for sale.
Elizabeth Odom Pittman and
Floyd Sykes of Oak ridge, North
Carolina were united in marriage
Thursday, September 20 at 5 p.m.
in the wedding chapel in Dillon,
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Justine and Bryon Sakalie of
Hope Mills spent several days last
week with thier grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Barnard.
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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barnard
spend the weekend with Mr. Bar
nard's sister, Mrs. Anne House
who is ill in Sandford, Florida.
They were happy to report no
storm damage in the area they
visited. On their return trip they
spent several hours visiting some
of the historical places in St.
8Qh birthday is celebrated
Mrs. R. A. Matheson was
honored on her eightieth birthday
by her daughter, Mrs. Fred Stan
back Jr. Guests from Raeford,
Salisbury, Lumberton, Durham
and Charlotte gathered at Mid
Pines Resort in Southern Pines on
More than sixty friends were
served soup and salad courses and
birthday cake with coffee ice
cream. The tables were decorated
with arrangements of fresh
flowers. After lunch friends told
charming stories from the
memories of "Mrs. Muriel" and
"Dr. Matheson." *
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