Mr. and Mrs. Harless Wright visited
relatives in Christenburg, Va., during
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jones of
Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Cobb<
and children of Windsor, Mr. and!
Mrs. Billy Jones of Norfolk, Va., and ]
Mr. and Mrs. Whiteford Jones and
son of Colonial Heights, Va., spent
the weekend with their mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Southerland of Clinton, i
spent Christmas with her daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Willis.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Johnston of
Winchester, Va., were holiday guests
in the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W.B. McDiarmid.
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Tate of
Atlanta, Ga? arrived Tuesday of last
week to spend Christmas with their
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Pate and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon spent
the weekend in Chase City, Va., in;
the home of hei mother, Mrs. Gay
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Southwell and
Steve of Kings Mountain, and Miss
Sandy Southwell of Winston-Salem,
were here for the holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Barnhart, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Burgess and W.P. Saunders.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Clark and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Maxwell spent
Saturday in Whiteville with Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Oestreich.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Niven, Carlton
Jr. and Caroline spent Christmas in
Roxboro, in the home of Mrs.
Niven's mother, Mrs. Frank Hedrick.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gentry and family
spent Christmas in Roxboro with
their mothers, Mrs. Charlie Stewart
and Mrs. Frank Hedrick.
Mrs. Claude Bishop of Goldsboro,
arrived Sunday from a Christmas visit
in Charlotte, to spend a few days
with her sister, Mrs. N.A. McDonald.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ashburn of
Raleigh, spent the holidays with her
mother, Mrs. Sarah M. McNeill.
Christmas Eve guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B.B. Cole were their children
and grandchildren and families;
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cole and
daughter Connie of Fayetteville,
Mr. and Mrs. B.B. Cole, Jr. and
son Buddy of Columbia, S.C., Mr.
and Mrs. J.R. Conoly, Mrs. Debby
Woodell and Pam, Mr. and Mrs.
Marty Jones and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Cecil. Christmas day guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Gay of
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Jordan and
family spent the weekend in
Ellenboro with her parents, the Rev.
and Mrs. A.C. Hughes.
Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Reginald Harris were his mother,
Mrs. R.L. Harris Jr. of Roxboro, and
Miss Virginia King of Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips of
Sanford, came last Wednesday and
took her grandmother, Mrs. Lena
Terrell, back with them for a
Christinas Eve dinner with four
generations of her family; the Phillips
children completed the four
generations. Mrs. Leo Parker, and
family, brought her mother back to
Raeford and stayed overnight and
Christmas Day with her.
Leon Gatlin and daughter, Susanna
of Charlotte, spent several days this
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H.L. Gatlin Jr.
?Christmas holiday guests of Mrs. Roy
^Conoly were Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Conoly and family of Raleigh, S/Sgt.
and Mrs. Michael Hinnant and
daughter of Goldsboro, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Conoly and family of Aberdeen,
and Mrs. William Conoly and
daughter of Raeford.
Mr. and Mrs. NeiU McDonald and
Mary Emily left Friday to spent
several days in Florida.
Mrs. J.L. Carver of Chapel Hill, Jim
Carver of Virginia Beach, Va., and
Mr. and Mrs. Don Wheless of
Decatur, Ga., were here for the
holidays with Mrs. Carver's mother,
Mrs. W.E. Freeman, and her sister,
Mrs. C.L. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cameron and
children of Raleigh, spent Christmas
Day with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. T.C. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. John Collar and sons
returned to their home in
Greensboro, Sunday after a holiday
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Jordan and
children and Dr. and Mrs. Riley
Jordan and family spent Christmas
Day in Kinston with their sister and
family. Dr. and Mrs. C.B. Randall.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harris and Tom,
accompanied by Mr. and Mr$. Bill
Harris and son of Cincinnati, Ohio,
visited relatives in Roxboro during
Mr. and Mrs. Hinton McPhaul spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Dan
McPhaul and sons in Lyons, Ga. f
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dietzel of Raleigh,
visited her mother, Mrs. A.R.
FitzSimons, during Christmas.
Little - Gibson Vows
Spoken In Virginia
Mrs. Bobby Anthony Little
Miss Sheila Rene Gibson,
daughter of LTC and Mrs. Henry
Lee Gibson, of Hampton, Virginia,
became the bride of Lt. Bobby
Anthony Little, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest William Little of
Raefor'd, on December 27, at St.
Paul's Lutheran Church, in Hamp
The Rev. Robert B. Lineberger
performed the double ring cere
mony. Peter Lineberger served as
Miss Melodee Savage of Rich
mond, Va., was the soloist.
The bride was escorted by her
father and given in marriage by her
The bride's attendants were her
sisters, Miss Colleen Gibson and
Miss Maureen Gibson, of Hamp
William Campbell of McCain,
was best man. Groomsmen were
James Little of Raeford, brother of
the groom; and Keith Gibson of
Hampton, Va., brother of the
A reception was held at Fort
Monroe Officer's Club in Virginia.
After a wedding trip, the couple
will reside at Fort Richardson,
O'Briants Entertain With Open House
Dr. and Mrs. A.L. O'Briant and
their son Lec entertained with a
holiday open house Sunday at their
home on N. Main Street.
The entrance hall was decorated
with a mass arrangement of pink
roses and carnations, blue dutch iris
and gypsophila. Large ferns and
other foliage plants were used in
profuson throughout the home.
Pink carnations and roses with
gypsophila centered the refreshment
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry McNeill
were hosts at an open house on
Saturday evening. Guests induded
their out-of-town brothers and
sisters, relatives and friends of the
The home was decorated for the
holiday season, and Christmas
goodies were served from a table
made festive for the occaaon.
Eli Shankle, entered Thursday
Stewart Smith, home
CAPE FEAR VALLEY
Julian H. Blue Sr.
table where guests were served
cggnog, coffee, sandwiches, cheese|
biscuits and assorted confections.
The North Raeford Extension
Homemakers Club held its annual
Christmas dinner, December 19, at
7:30 P.M., at Kelly's Cafeteria in
The invocation was given by the
club president, Mrs. Kathryn Mc
Phatter. Following the dinner the
group exchanged gifts. The presi
dent was presented a gift from the
club members. Two readings ex
plaining Christmas symbols were
read by Mrs. Grace Pierce and
Guests in the home of Mrs. Julian H.
Blue Sr. for Christmas were Mr. and
Mrs. Richard T. Fountain Jr.,
Katherine and Richard Fountain of
Rocky Mount, N.C. Mrs. Shirley B.
Whitaker of Greensboro, N.C., and
Brian Whitaker who attends the
Seminary at Jackson, Mississippi.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Swindell
Washington, N.C., were here forJh'e
holidays with their daughteAnd
family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe UpcnVwi
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gammon of
Burlington, were holiday guests of
her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom McBryde.
Mrs. Virginia M. Maddry and son
Larry of Norfolk, Va., spent the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence McNeill.
Mrs. Joe Ingram of Mt. Gilcad, and
Mrs. Lena Horton of Wilmington,
spent last week with their sister, Mrs.
W.L. McFadyen. Mrs. McFadyen
accompanied Mrs. Ingram home for
Freddie O'Neal spent the holidays in
Englehard, with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George O'Neal.
Wendy Webb of Fayetteville is
visiting with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Webb for several
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stone of
Roanoke, Va., formerly of Raeford
announce the birth of a daughter,
Christina Leigh, born December
IS. Mrs. Stone ii the former
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