THANKS SANTA--Santa Ckius visited members of the Hoke County
Dcvebpmentally Disabled Association's day care center h'ridav and brought
the children gifts donated by Mr. and Mrs. James Albert Hunt.
"IT'S I D()/.T"~SfSgt. Quesncll of Co. A, 2'505 Inf. shares the happiness of a
Head Starr youngster who found the doll she wanted when she opened her
present Friday after Santa Claus popped in mi the class The soldiers, who
trery vear play Santa for the disadvantaged in Head Starr classes, were Lt.
Hrickscn. S/Sgt. Richer, Sgt. Woodherry. S/Sgt. Trie, and Spec. 4 Rattle. Sgt.
K.D. Smith plaved Santa Claus.
I Rl IT HA SKI TS-Mrs. Bessie Kelly is shown receiving her fruit basket from
worshipful master of l ast Freedom l.odge Marion Hollingsworrh at the annual
dinner for widows of past members. Mrs. Herbert Mcl ean and Mrs. Mamie
Adams recited poems and a solo was sung bv Ronnie Carpenter.
Q-ls if permissible for a veteran to
use the educationally disadvantaged
provision of the CI Bill to take a
program leading to a high school
A -Yes In roll men t may be
approved 111 an elementary,
secondary, preparatory, refresher,
remedial, deficiency or special
education assistance course not
otherwise prohibited if such courses
arc required to receive a secondary
school diploma or General Education
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Letters To Santa Get Peeked At
Santa Clan* nccirtd all of his
dsH this year, although some of It
reached The News-Journal before It
was speeded on Its way to the North
Pole. We peeked, and here are
some of the usual, and not so usual,
appeals from children.
To Santa Claus I want some toy 's
here is the things I want. I want a
Easy Back oven, and a Barbie s
dream boat and some Barbie
That is all I want Santa Claus.
My name is C.S.
I am 8 years old.
I want a lot of toys for Christmas
But mommy says I can only ask for
They are The Six Million Dollar
Dallas Cowboy Jacket
/ Love you
I want a easy bake oven, a baby
that wets it s pants, a chalk board,
a paint set. a raggedy ann clock. I
love you Dear Santa and thank you
and merry Xmas. From M.B.
I want a baby alive and some
clothes and some J'ood for the baby
alive and a plate and a spoon, and
my sister wants a big wheel I don t
no want else she wants. My brother
wants a wagon. I hope you come to
my house. Your friend. B.. C.. and
R. I love vou
Dear Santa Claus.
I am 9 years old. This year 1 want
a birthstone ring, and a tape
plover, and a Washington Redskin
By Pat Scott
Dec. 15 Upchurch was host to
Hamlet with the girls starting the
action defeating the Cougats 42-20.
Mclntyre and Miller led the Eagles'
scoring Willi II and 16 respectively.
The boys followed suit with a
44-26 victory with Thompson and
McGilvary leading the team 15 and
10 points respectively. Jones had
eight points and quite a few assists.
Dec. 18 Upcivurch hosted
Rockingham in a much tighter game
The Eagles won 40-30 after sluggish
playing and poor rebounding.
The girls and boys have a 4-0
record going into tiie Christmas
vacation. McMillan was high scorer
with 20. followed by Graham's 11
and Mclntyre's seven.
Mitchell Jones led the scoring for
the boy's game with 17, McGilvary
had 10, and Thompson nine. Some
of the boys were benched after first
quarter because of their sluggish
playing. The Eagles were victorious
53-30 over the Rockets. Much
practice is foreseen for both teams,
the girls and the boys.
College Awards Two
Two members of the Sandhills
Community College faculty were
presented the most prestigious
awards in recognition of their
ability as teachers and their
contribution to the college at a
special meeting. Each award
carries a stipend of SI .000.
Margaret L. Covington was the
recipient of the John R. Sibley
Distinguished Professor Award,.
and Dr. Norwood Taylor was the
recipient of the C. Foster Brown Jr.
Distinguished Professor Award for
the 1974-75 school year. The
selection was made by an official
evaluation committee from a score
of instructors nominated for the
honor bv fellow teachers.
The Sibley Award was establish
ed in 1967 by Mrs. Sibley, now
Mrs. Clyde Heatly of Pinehurst.
and her daughter Mrs. Andrew
Wolfe, as a memorial to Mr.
Sibley, long interested in education
and the community college concept
of advantages for all people. The
Brown Award, established by Mrs.
Alice Meyer Brown as a memorial
to her husband who was one of the
leaders in the campaign to secure a
community college for Moore
toeboggan. and sweat shirt. Santa
Claus. please try to bring me a tape
player. 1 still believe in you. and
have faith in you. I have been very
good. I have been waiting for a long
time for you to come. Mother will
have some cake and coffee on the
table. Fill My stocking with
I love you Santa very much Santa.
My sister Loves you to'. Do you
Love us yes or no Santa put yes or
no in the box. put here.
Dear Santa Claus.
For Christmas I want a raggdy
Ann and Andy talking alarm
clock, please pretty please try to get
it. Also I want a suit, that has a
blue pair of pants and a blue over
I will leave you some cake if we
have any if we don't I'll leave you
some cookies and some milk with
it. Love ya. L.E.
Dear Santa Clause.
We are five years olds, and we
are twins. We have been good boys
part of the time.
We both want a fire truck house,
fireman s hat. monkey and a play
watch and a surprize.
Mother will leave some cake and
coffee on the table - A. and W.H.
I want these things for Christmas
Jeep. Wagon. Two trailers. Two
Moving Van. Two Wreck Trucks.
Dymite. Tape Recorder. Work
box. A Race car that you can build
and drive it. And a fire truck.
Hey. 1 want a big gun with not no
bullits with a holster. I don't wont
nothing else. I have been a good
bov. I want a caterpillar tractor.
Mine name C. H. and I am 6 year
old. and I wants some Druns and
some new Pants and some new
shirts for MasX to. and I Have been
a good Boy and goes to School
everyday, and don t forget to bring
Mine tittle Friends Something for
I wont a snoopy tooth-brush,
pencil sharpener, a telephone, a
play and leant computer, a ferris
wheel. Kiddie Kamival. Ollie
coaster. Mail scooter, hobby hordr.
baby alive. Bless you baby tender
love, baby thai-a-way. Barbie
townhouse. Barbie, chubby tod
dles. baby one year, softina baby,
carriage, toy chest. Bowling game.
Mickey Mouse sing-a-long. skates,
pogo stck. jump-o-leen. punching
bag. child's exercise, jewelery
maker. 7-up dispenser, bubble
gum machine, battleship, stratego.
sub search, connect four, junkyard,
The annual stockholder meeting of the Raeford Savings
and Loan Association will be held Tuesday, January 13, 1976
at the association's office at 10:00 A.M.
The purpose of the meeting is for the election of directors.
PROXIES MUST be submitted to the secretary on or ?
before January 7,1976 to be voted at the meeting.
Proxy forms are available at the association office. They
may be obtained by request, by mail or in person.
The Law Requires That You Do This
During The Period From
Jan. 2 ? Jan. 31,1976
FRIDAY, JAN. 2, 1976 (Due To Holidays)
Notice is hereby given all persons owning Real or Personal-Property that they appear before
the taxlisters for their township between Jan. 2 and Jan. 31 and make return to them of all
property for purposes of taxation. Failure to list will subject taxpayer to a fine of S500.00
or imprisonment not to exceed six months. All property owned January 1. 1976 must be
All Mobile Home Park and Aircraft Storage Facility Operators must furnish to the Tax
Supervisor the name of the owner of each mobile home or airplane and a description of each
by January IS, 1976. Extensions for reporting Inventory will be granted upon written request.
REAL ESTATE... MOTOR VEHICLES...
All taxable real property, including buildings and All automobiles and trucks in your possession or
improvements and machinery permanently affixed registered in your name. Mortgages do not change
to the Real Estate. the ownership or affect the listing. Also house
trailers, airplanes, scooters and motorcydes.
HOUSEHOLD. KITCHEN FURNITURE. FARM
Household furniture and goods, induding
electrical appliances and tools of trade. All farming STOCK. FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT...
equipment, swine, livestock, poultry,farm supplies Merchandise, finished goods, equipment, furniture,
and farm products produced prior to 1974 fixtures goods in process, raw materials and
OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY
Radios, televisions,air conditioners, guns, bic.des,
jewelry, diamonds, typewriters, boats and motors, ALL OTHER TANCIBLE PROBERTY NOT SPECIFIED
golf equipment and office equipment. Be Prepared to Report Your Farm Census.
Applications for the Use Valuation and Assessment ol
Agricultural, Horticultural or Forest Lands must be
submitted to the Tax Supervisor by January 31, 1976.
ALLENDALE - Miss Willa McLuuchlin at home
Monday thru Friday 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
RAEFORD TOWNSHIP - You can list your tuxes Monday thru Friduy
8 A.M. to 5 P.M. and Saturdays 8 A.M. to 12 Noon
at the Courthouse Annex directly behind the Courthouse
BLUE SPRINGS, ANTIOCH, McLAUCHLIN,
QUEWHIFFLE, and STONEWALL TOWNSHIPS will be listed in the
OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING across the street from
the Courthouse Monday thru Friduy
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and
Saturdays 8:00 A.M. to 12 Noon.
PENALTY FOR FAILURE TO LIST CARRIES A FINE
OF *500.00 OR IMPRISONMENT NOT TO EXCEED SIX MONTHS.
James T. Wilkerson //, Tax Supervisor