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Mrs. Steve Phillips, Social Reporter, 875-4171
Mr, And Mrs. Rodgers Celebrate
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Rodgers of
_ 554 Holly St., Asheboro, were
P honored Sunday. December 27, at
a reception commemorating their
50th wedding anniversary. The
reception was held in the Fellow
ship Hall of the First Presbyterian
Church in Asheboro.
Hosting the reception in their
honor were their children and
grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Wills
P. Rodgers, Jr. and Don of
Rutherforton, and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Van Warrington III and Allison
0 and Chad of Milford, Delaware.
Mrs. Warrington is the former Judy
Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers were
married December 28. 1931, at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Angus Hodgin, at
Antioch. Mrs. Rodgers is the
former Margaret Currie Hodgin.
In 1969 Mrs. Rodgers retired
from the Randolph County School
^ System and in 1973 Mr. Rodgers
* retired as an executive of Randolph
Mills, Franklinville. Since retiring,
Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers have resided
in Asheboro where they are mem
bers of the First Presbyterian
Mr and Mrs. Rodgers will be
remembered as former residents of
Hoke County. Mr. Rodgers served
as principal of the school at
Rockfish, and later at Ashemont,
~ where Mrs. Rodgers, a native of
- Antioch, was a member of the
Chris Watkins
Presents Program
At UDC Meet
Chris Watkins, director of music
. at the Raeford Presbyterian
F Church, presented a program on
"Music of the Civil War Period" at
the January meeting of the Raeford
Chapter of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy. The songs of the
period were based on patriotism for
the southern cause, battles, min
strels. marches, love and separa
tion. He concluded the program by
using favorite hymns of Generals
Lee and Jackson. "How Firm a
Foundation" was a favorite of
I . General Jackson, and "My Faith
Looks Up To Thee", a favorite of
General Lee. Mr. Watkins was
introduced by Miss Sarah Lytch.
program chairman.
Mrs. Lillian Wood, president,
presided and read the UDC prayer
for the devotional. The ritual and
allegiance to the flags were also led
by the president. The treasurer
announced that a memorial for
k Mrs. Sappho McFadyen, a member
of the chapter, had been sent to the
American Cancer Society. The
scholarship committee was asked to
have plans ready by the February
During the social hour, a sweet
course with hot tea was served by
the hostesses Mrs. Lorena Phillips
and Mrs. Marilyn Fowler.
Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and
\ Mrs. M.V. Peele were Mrs. Viola
McLaughlin. Mrs. R.C. Bowyer of
Laurinburg and Mrs. Robert
Gonzales of Monroe. La.
Archie Walters
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rodgers
Financial Aid Workshop Slated
There will be a Financial Aid
workshop in the library at Hoke
County High School Wednesday,
January 20, 7:30 p.m.
The Financial Aid officer from
Sandhills Community College will
4-H Corner
Hilicrest Junior 4-H Club will
meet in the Lester Building Confer
ence Room at 7:30 Monday night.
Remember to bring your candy
sale money, and any unsold candy.
We need to "clear the books" on
the candy sales project.
We have several important items
to discuss so everyone be present
Monday night. Anyone interested
in joining 4-H is invited to attend
this meeting. For more information
call 875-2162.
Hospital News
Marie Warner
Mrs. Raymond Clark
M.V. Hedgpeth
Robert Ellis
Mrs. Marie Ellis
Mrs. Ollie O'Briant
Will Harrell
Josh Beasley
Mr. and Mrs. David Davies an
nounce the birth of a son. David
Sean, on January 4, at Moore
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Davies is
the former Margaret Rogers.
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401 Bypass Next To ABC Store
Open Every Day 10 A.M. - Sundays At Noon
Special 2 F00TL0NGS *1"
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DIMA'S 3 Pes. Holly Forms Chicken (No Wings) $9 mq
FAVOtm Slow, French Fries & Roll
MILLER'S *2.75
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speak about the financial aid
process and the new rules concern
ing available aid for meeting
college costs...
Parents and senior students are
invited to attend this meeting.
Jan. 29
The Hoke County Semi-Pro
Baseball Association will sponsor a
Bluegrass Festival at the National
Guard Armory January 29 starting
at 7:30 p.m.
The admission charges will be
$2.50 each for tickets bought in
advance, and S3 each at the door
the night of the festival.
Several different groups will be
on hand for a "night of good ole
down home music."
Ellen Willis
Home Economics Extension Agent
Thursday, January 14, 1982, 2:30
p.m. ? Allendale- Antioch Ex
tension Homemakers Club Meet
Tuesday, January 19, 1982, 12:10
p.m. - Business Girls Extension
Homemakers Club Meeting.
2:30 p.m. - Raedeen Extension
Homemakers Club Meeting.
7:30 p.m. - Philippi Extension
Homemakers Club Meeting.
Hint: When melting margarine for
a recipe, put a little milk in the pan
first. Place over low heat and the
margarine will not turn brown.
A committee of the National
Research Council of the National
Acadcmy of Science has just com
Methodist Women
To Observe
Call To Prayer
The United Methodist Women of
Raeford United Mehtodist Church
will hold one of their most impor
tant annual observances-the Call
to Prayer and Self - Denial at 4
p.m. Sunday, January 17, at the
church Fellowship Hall.
Major events of the observance
include the Quiet Day and descrip
tions of the mission projects for
which a special offering is given.
The Women's Division of the
General Board of Global Ministries
of the United Methodist sponsors
the Call to Prayer and Self-Denial.
"Support the Struggle Against
Racism" is the theme for giving this
In the United States, the offering
may be used to assist, aid and
nourish a variety of programs to
support the struggle against ra
cism. Such projects may include
support of minority women in the
ministry or assistance to an organi
zation in its efforts to make the
church inclusive of all people.
Support might also be given to
assist the work of a church in a
"changing" community, to aid a
health care resource and advocacy
project for people whose health
care problems stem from racial
discrimination, or to provide edu
cational support of young minority
children so they can develop an
early positive self-image.
The development of anti-racist
educational resources, especially of
history textbooks, is still another
avenue through which the struggle
against racism can happen.
Examples of projects from other
countries which may receive
support are aid to families of South
African political prisioners, assis
tance to women of Zimbabwe
whose lives have been disrupted by
war, and a comprehensive program
of training for Bolivian women
seeking to overcome the centuries
old effects of racism. Aid might go
to a project like one that now
empowers the Mapuches of Chile to
reverse the effects of racism. Sup
port could go to improve the
situation of Koreans in Japan.
The service for the Quiet Day
Open Our Eyes, Our Ears, and Our
Hearts was written by Mary Lou
Santillan Baert. The service sup
ports equality and justice for all
invites Christians as a community
of loving people to deepen their
trust, respect and love for all
About 1 .4 million women in
more than 25.000 local units in all
50 states and Puerto Rico will join
in the observance. Last year, the
offering totaled $847,647. an in
crease of 519,438 over the previous
Girl Scout Cookie
Sales Start Jan. 22
Starting January 22 and con
tinuing through February 8 Hoke
County Girl Scouts will be taking
orders for seven different cookie
varieties at $2 per box.
Troops receive a bonus for each
box sold. Last Hoke County Girl
Scouts sold 7,620 boxes.
Since 1936. cookie sale proceeds
have been used to support troop
activities and community projects,
to develop and maintain Girl Scout
camps and property, to recruit and
train leaders and to provide on
going program and services.
Through the cookie sale girls are
trained in salesmanship, planning
and budgeting.
If you are not contacted by a Girl
Scout and wish to order cookies
please call Kay Thomas. 875-2366.
pitted a study on the controversial
food additives, nitrate and nitrite,
and the additives' relationship to
The study stated that neither
nitrate nor nitrite directly causes
cancer in animals. Evidence linking
nitrate, nitrite or N-nitroso com
pounds to cancer in humans was.
mostly, circumstantial.
The committee found the largest
source of nitrosamines to be oc
cupational exposure (for example,
in leather tanning or rubber manu
facturing industries) and not foods.
It is also interesting to note that the
committee found that vegetables
were responsible for 87 percent of
nitrate consumed. The committee
is NOT saying people should stop
eating vegetables. They are saying
that, perhaps, levels of nitrate in
the diet might be minimized by
changing fertilizing or storage
To be on the safe side, the
committee recommends that the
use of all nitrate salts to be
discontinued in all meat and
poultry products except:
Fermented sausages (Pepperoni,
salami, summer sausage, etc.).
Dry-cured meats (country-style
hams, beef jerky, etc.).
Use of nitrate and nitrite salts in
these products are important in
preventing botulism.
Jon. 17-24 ? Flight Cruise,
o Mexican Holiday *1170
Fab. 6 - Waccamaw Pottery &
Calabash Seafood. 1 Day '15
Fab. 10-15 ? Daytona 500. Includes
Transportation, 3 Nights Lodging.
Reserved Seat Tickets On Sun. *1 75
Fab. 11-21 -Disney World *120
Other Dates: Mar. 18-21, April 22
25, May 27-30, Juna 11-13,
July 22-25, Aug. 12-15 and
Sapt. 9-12.
fab. 7 - Southern Living Show *15.50
Mar. 6 ? Spartanburg Shopping
Spree *17.50
Mar. 26-21 - Amish Country &
Gettysburg. *120
April 1-4 ? Nashville & Grand Ole
Opry *150
Other Dates: Juna 3-4 ? 17-20, My
22-25, Aug. 5-1, Sept. 9-12, and
Oct. 21-24.
April 9-11 ? Washington, D C. The
Nation's Copitol '125
April 16-18 ? Renfro Valley Ken
tucky & The Renfro Valley Jam
boree. *150
May through October - World's Fair
*135 - '160
Call Mary R. Maples
Dan River
q q Dan River
** Field Flowers
Twin Sheets
Pretty green and yellow decorator print
sheets Flat or fitted No-iron muslin
Full 4.00 Pillowcases ....3.40 Pr.
a q Fashion And
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Pair Clearance
Suede casuals. athletic shoes and more
Sizes and styles lor everyone' Selection
will vary from store to store
$ .
40 Ounce
Super Suds
R*g. 1.391 Heavy
duty laundry
powder Limit 2
Mobil 10W-30
Motor Oil
Premium quality for
a smooth running
engine Limit 5
Trent. Fluid ....89*
? *1
15 Ounco
Nag. Prto* 1 St I
FtfMrg* Orgaracs
regular or exira
body ahampoo
Dakcious Kitchen
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