Mrs. Sieve Phillips. Social Reporter, 875-4171
College News Pote-Rogers
Sheila Calloway of Raeford has
been selected to appear in the 1982
edition of Who's Who Among
College and University Students.
A senior majoring in English.
Miss Calloway works as an as
sistant In the Department of
A graduate of Hoke County High
School, she is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mawyer M. Calloway of
Wed. 8 p.m.
Duncan Buoyer. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Buoyer, P.O. Box
133, Raeford, has been named one
of the two Intramural Officials of
the Year at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Duncan Buoyer is a senior
majoring in chemistry.
He received the honor in the
university's intramural recreation
sports program for his service as a
He is a graduate of Hoke County
High School and was president of
the high school band, a member of
the National Honor Society and was
named Most Valuable Player on
the tennis team in High school.
In the UNC intramural program
he has won four championships in
tennis, has been recognized for his
personal athletic ability and his
participation and sportsmanship in
the activities. He has served as an
official in softball and volleyball.
Buoyer is a member of Alpha Chi
Sigma, the professional chemistry
James E. Galberth. son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Galberth. has made
the President's List at Devry Insti
tute College School of Electronics
in Atlanta. Ga.. with an average of
3.9 of a possible 4.0 in his grades.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Pate an
nounce the approaching marriage
of their daughter. Melinda Sue. to
Lide C. Rogers, Jr. of Five Points,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, also of
the Five Points Community.
The wedding will be April 25 at
3:00 p.m. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. James McQuage of Route 4.
Relatives and friends of the couple
Mrs. Kenneth Gray. Jr. of Char
lotte and Miss Amy Fisher of
Raleigh spent Thursday and Friday
with their grandmother. Mrs. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norton of
Sanford and Mrs. Garry Frederick
of Raeford spent the Easter holi
days in the Washington, D.C. area
visiting Dale Norton, who lives in
While there they toured parts of the
White House and several other
spots of interest. They visited with
Mary Raymond, Bob Flood, Bob
Merrick, and Randolph Taylor.
Mrs. Joe Hoffman and Miss Ann
Hoffman of Nags Head are visiting
Mrs. Kate Blue Covington.
Donna Scarboro, of Chapel Hill
spent the Easter holiday with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Scarboro. Jr. and other relatives.
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Wed In Dunn Church
Dunn's First Presbyterian
Church was the setting on April the
third for the wedding of Melissa
Currie McKay and Duane David
Barron. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Arthur
McKay are the parents of the bride.
The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford David Barron of
The afternoon ceremony, held at
three o'clock, was performed by the
bride's minister, Rev. Grant M.
Sharp, before a background of
brass tree candelabra and palms
highlighted by arrangements of
mixed spring flowers, babies'
breath and greenery.
Music was provided by Mrs.
Ralph Montgomery, church organ
ist and the children's Crusader
Choir from the church.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore her mother's wed
ding gown of candlelight satin
fashioned with long tapering
sleeves and decolletage neckline
finished with a wide bertha of
antique rosepoint lace. The full
skirt extended into a cathedral
train. Her veil of French illusion
was attached to a headpiecc of
imported French silk flowers and
pearls. She carried a cascade
bouquet of ivory bridal roses,
sweetheart roses, stephanotis. and
ivy. Her only omamanet was her
Serving as matron of honor was
Mrs. Paul Turner of Boone. She
wore a Victorian gown of antique
rose crepe with a chiffon blouse
trimmed in lace and embroidery
and carried a nosegay of spring
Shane Johnson of Charlotte, the
flower girl, wore an ivory dress
patterned with rosebuds, trimmed
with ivory antique lace and rose
satin ribbon. She carried a wicker
basket of roses.
Jeffrey Brady of Savannah,
Georgia, was the ring bearer.
Honorary bridesmaids were Miss
Shelia Reece of Blowing Rock.
Mrs. Gordon Ferrell of Greens
boro, Miss Marian Logan of Char
lotte, Mrs. Ellen Foster Long of
Falls Church, Virginia, and Miss
Pandora Hayes of Greenville.
South Carolina. Each of the honory
attendants carried a long-stemmed
The best man was Robert
Michael Johnson of Charlotte.
Ushers were Leon Arthur McKay,
Jr., and John Scott McKay of
Raleigh, brothers of the bride;
Dwight Paul Barron. Drew Sanford
Barron. Dale Stephen Barron,
brothers of the bridegroom; and
Herman Gale Nicholson of Char
The bride's mother chose a gown
of ivory chiffon and lace accented
by a corsage of green cymbidium
orchids. A corsage of white orchids
complemented the mauve gown
worn by the bridegroom's mother.
For travel to Kiawah Island the
bride wore a navy and white linen
suit with a corsage of roses.
The bride, a graduate of Appa
lachian State University is a Learn
ing Disabilities teacher at Park
Road School in Charlotte. The
bridegroom is in a cooperative
program in Electronic Engineering
at C.P.C.C. and UNC-Charlotte.
Mrs. Duane David Barron
He is employed by Jim Rogers and
Associates of Charlotte. The couple
will reside at 5101 Park Road in
The Church Parlor was the
setting for the reception immedi
ately following the ceremony.
Decorations carried out a spring
Guests were directed to the
church parlor by Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Brady of Savannah.
Georgia, where they were greeted
by Col. and Mrs. George Pope
McKay of Tampa. Florida, and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fitchett, Jr.
Presiding at the guest register were
Mrs. J. Hugh Lowe and Miss
Maude Poole of Raeford.
Punch was served from a silver
punch bowl by Mrs. Edward
Palmer Davis, Jr. and Mrs. Neil
McFadyen of Raeford. The tiered
wedding cake topped with a nose
gay of sweetheart roses was served
by Mrs. Gordon Townsend and
Mrs. William Creel. Goodbyes
were said to Mr. and Mrs. S.H.
Ausley and Mr. and Mrs. William
POST REHEARSAL DINNER
Heath's Steak House was the
setting for a dinner after the
rehearsal hosted by the bride
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford David Barron. Mixed
spring flowers decorated the table.
After a cocktail hour a steak dinner
was served to members of the bridal
party and out of town guests.
A wedding breakfast was held in
honor of the bridal couple at
Howard Johnson's Restaurant on
Saturday, April the third at ten
thirty. The affair was hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. S.H. Ausley. Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Fitchett. Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Turner, Mrs. Jhn Cic
cone, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bagwell, <
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh Lowe. Miss
Maude Poole, and Mrs. Dan
Beach. The table was decorated
with mixed spring flowers. Mem
bers of the wedding party and out
of town guests attended.
After the reception a champagne
buffet was held on the terrace of the
McKay home. Wrought iron lan- <
terns and pink azaleas decorated '
the terrace, where a cocktail buffet
was served to the wedding party
and out of town guests. Hosts for
this event were Mr. and Mrs. E.
Palmer Davis, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
William S. Tart, Dr. and Mrs.
Gordon Townsend, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Alabaster, and Col. and Mrs.
The bride is the great grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David ,
Scott Poole and Mr. and Mrs. John
Calvin Currie of Raeford. Her
grandparents were Mr. and Mrs.
Archibald Keahey Currie. She is
the daughter of the former Leonora
Currie and Leon McKay of Dunn.
Mrs. J. Hugh Lowe and Miss
Maude Poole are the great aunts of
Attending the wedding from
Raeford were: Mr. and Mrs. J.
Hugh Lowe. Miss Maude Poole. |
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh Lowe, Miss
Maude Poole. Mr. and Mrs. Neill
McFadyen. Mrs. Julian Blue,
Julian Blue. Jr., Christy Blue. Mrs.
T.B. Upchurch, Jr.. Mrs. Ed Lee
and Mrs. Kathleen Blue Wilson.
112 Harris Avenue
RAEFORD, N. C.