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    Area Incidents
Jewelry, Guns, Tools Stolen
The Hoke County Sheriff's De
partment received the following
reports recently.
Larry McNeill, 29, of Wagram,
was cut on the left side of his face
and on his back Friday on Turn
pike Road. The attacker, who was
identified, ordered McNeill out of
the car in which he was riding with
another man and two women. The
attacker said he had a gun and
would shoot McNeill if McNeill
didn't obey.
McNeill was treated at Cape Fear
Valley Hospital for cuts after
receiving emergency treatment
from the Hoke County Ambulance
Service.
Floyd Hollingsworth of 21 1 East
Crossroad Store reported someone
broke into the store Saturday or
Sunday and stole $390 worth of
property, consisting of tools and
weight-lifting equipment.
Stanley Ray Jacobs, Rt. 2,
Rowland, reported Sunday his 1979
Jeep was stolen from the parking
lot of Brady's Club, 211 East. The
vehicle is valued at S5.995.
Anthony C. Caldwell, Rt. 2.
Raeford, reported Thursday some
one broke into his home and stole
$1,142 worth of property, including
a .22 pistol, a 20-gauge shotgun, an
electric dog collar, a fly reel, two
clock radios and a small alarm
clock.
Wilburt Archie Fairley, Rt. 1,
Raeford, near Crawford Heights,
reported a $119 equalizer stolen
April 1 1 6r 12 from his residence by
someone who broke in.
Gene Paul Thacker of Rt. 1,
Raeford, Airport Road, reported
April 15 $2,750 worth of personal
property stolen from his home in a
break-in. The property included
a $250 turntable and a box of
jewelry, and a sterling silver punch
bowl with goblets and tray valued
at $2,500 total.
Belinda McCord reported her
son's bicycle valued at $100 was
stolen April 12 or 13.
A 14-foot fishing boat owned by
Warren Pate of 603 N. Fulton St.
Extension was stolen April 12 or 13
from Peddler's Parlor on Don
aldson Avenue Extension. The boat
is valued at $200.
Mrs. William McDonald of Rt.
3, Box 243 A, Raeford. reported
Friday her son's bicycle valued at
$103.'% was stolen.
A $45 battery from the truck of
Jack Pope, Rt. 2. Raeford, was
reported stolen Saturday from
Pope's property.
James W. Powell, Rt. 2. Rae
ford, reported $400 worth of
aluminum cans and 12 car batteries
worth $48 he had collected were
stolen from his property Thursday
or Friday.
The Raeford Police Department
received the following.
Bernard Bray of North Main
Street reported Friday $1,000
worth of lumber was stolen from his
barn after the thief broke into the
building.
Someone broke windows at J.W.
Turlington School Sunday. The
damage amounted to S60.
Farm
Focus
by Richard Melton
Kxtension Livestock Agent
Banks Wannamaker
Kxtension Field Crops Agent
LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT
Water
It's amazing how important
something so often taken for
granted is to all of us. The past two
summers have made most Hoke
County farmers and their families
aware of its importance, if by some
chance they didn't realize it before.
Also, there are probably several
families in the county who had or
have had wells go dry on them. Dry
weather like we have had brings the
importance of water to us and our
crops close to home. Yet. do we
ever consider the importance of
water to our livestock. All to often
they go forgotten when water
shortages crop up. The cattle,
swine, and horses produced in the
county require water to survive,
also.
Estimated daily requirements
vary by weight for each species. It is
recommended that beef cattle have
an abundant supply of water before
them at all times. A mature animal
will consume an average of about
12 gallons of water per day.
Younger animals would require
proportionately less, while lactating
cows would require more.
Swine should be provided plenty
of clean, fresh water. Under ideal
conditions the source should be
arranged so that they could not
stand or wallow in it. Preferably,
that source would be an automatic
waterer with water available at all
times. If handwatering is practiced,
they should be watered two or more
times per-<Jey, depet?ding on the
weather and feed type. For ex
ample. if slop or dairy by-products
are fed. pigs need proportionately
less water than if dry feed is used.
An insufficient supply of good fresh
water will cause feed consumption
to be low. That in turn causes
growth and performance to be
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slower than expected.
Ui.t "?n WOrki"8- mature horse
water daiume k"' 12 gallons oi
ater dailj, on the average If the
animal is worked, wafer eon
sumption will increase. Also.
weather and the type of feed will
affect water consumption. With
horses there are many different
me thrill S* ?" the ProPer time and
method to water a horse. A general
guideline to use is to water regu
lar) and requently. Regularity in
g ? makin? sure that
good, fresh water is available to the
animal at all times. Watering
Iheq!lfStly lmP,ies that water
should be provided in small enough
JKSh' TS l? meet the animals
needs but not allow it to gorge
durino 'S esPe^iall-v important
during warm weather or when the
animal has been worked hard
General guidelines for the three
t>pes of livestock discussed here
are:
(I) 12 gallons per day for a
mature cow
infHH? tCl lV\ gallons Per dav per
/i ! .'?? ^ V wc,8ht for a hog
(?J) 12 gallons per day for a
mature horse. y
These figures are only averages.
Actual consumption depends on
,nH an,K al 3nd ,he conditions
under which ? |ives ,f anythi
these figures should be used for
estimating the minimum amount of
water needed.
Also we should all be sure to
keep adequate, fresh water avail
able tor our pets. With the coming
01 farmer temperatures thev will
dnnking more water for body
cooling. Too many times pets are
omP ,hUSe ,hCy drink 8as?line or
some other toxic substance while
looking for a liquid to aid them in
cooling their body. So let's all keep
gasoline and other poisonous
"jatenals in their proper containers
and provide adequate water for our
Ticks:
The arrival of warm weather has
signalled the start of tick season
As the weather continues to warm
up ticks will become more active
Also, we will start to come into
contact with their habitat more
often because of our increased
outdoor activities. Yet another
p?"srCC contact is through out
The best way to avoid ticks is to
stay on wide paths or roads when in
the woods. If you have to go into an
area likely to be infested, examine
your clothing and body at least
twice daily. That reduces the
chance of ticks becoming attached
to you.
Perhaps just as important, we
should frequently check our pets
for ticks. Not only can they carry
ticks on themselves, thev can also
bring them into the home or other
pet quarters. That can lead to an
infestation of you and your family.
Commercial materials are available
to protect your pel and net
quarters. H
Also most insect repellants are
somewhat effective against ticks, so
you can protect yourself. Shrubs
and bushes in the yard can be
sprayed with certain pesticides to
COn ..,t.'c:k populations there as
well While enjoying the warm
weather, let's keep a watchful eye
out for ticks because tick season is
upon us.
Mr?. Mary F. Morris
Mrs. Marv Frances Tapp Mor
ris. 214 Ranier Dr.. Fayetteville.
died Monday at Womack Army
Hospital.
A memorial service was con
ducted Sunday afternoon in First
Baptist Church of Raeford by the
Rev. Billy Beaver.
Surviving are her husband.
Robert Morris of Fayetteville; her
daughter. Miss Mary Kathryn
Morris of Logan, Utah; her
mother. Mrs. Mabel Tapp of
Raeford; her brother. James D.
Tapp of Jacksonville. Fla.; her
sister, Mrs. Brooks T. McPhaul ot
Marietta, Ga.
In lieu of flowers contributions
may be made to the building fund
of First Baptist Church of Raeford.
Crumpler Funeral Home was in
charge of the local arrangements.
Jessie E. McKinnon
The funeral for Jessie E. Mc
Kinnon. 67, of 2900 Dwelle Dr..
Fayetteville. who died Friday, was
to be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at
Rockfish Baptist Church by the
Rev. T.R. Patterson. Burial was to
be in the church cemetery.
Surviving are his sons, Jessie
McKinnon Jr. and Kay Marvin
McKinnon of Boston. Mass., and
Larry Edward McKinnon of Fay
etteville; his daughters. Miss Irma
Frances McKinnon and Mrs. Stella
Louise Wilkins of Lowell, Mass,
and Mrs. Marie Agnes Wood and
Mrs. Shirley Ruth Pilot of Boston;
his parents, John and Ollie Mc
Kinnon of Raeford; his brothers.
James McKinnon of Raeford, and
Charles Linbergh McKinnon of
Boston; his sisters, Mrs. Blanche
Gardner of New York, and Mrs.
Contrena Battle and Mrs. Mar
garet Fox of Boston; 21 grand
children; and one great grand
child.
ttuie huneral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.
Mrs. Lucille Foster
The funeral of Mrs. Lucille
Foster of Rt. 3. Raeford. who died
Sunday, will be conducted at 2
p.m. Saturday at Mt. Calvary
Church of God by Eldress Louise
K. Thomas.
Burial will be in Silver Grove
Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
Friday from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
Buie Funeral Home.
John D. McAllister
John D. McAllister, 59. of
Brooklyn. N.Y. died April 14.
The funeral was conducted Tues
day afternoon in McLaughlin
Chapel AME Zion Church by the
Rev. C. Chalmers. Burial was in
Silver Grove Cemetery.
Buie Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.
Angela Dale Powell
Angela Dale Powell. 16. of Rt. 1.
Aberdeen, died Sunday. Miss
Powell was a student at Pinecrest
High School at the time of her
death.
The funeral will be conducted at
4 p.m. Thursday in Pittman Grove
Baptist Church by the Rev. Mack
Musselwhite and the Rev. Robert
Turner.
Burial will be in the church
cemetery.
Surviving are her parents, Mrs.
Linda Powell of the home, and
Robert F. Powell of Reston, Va.;
her sister. Cindy Powell of the
home; her maternal grandmother.
Mrs. Myrtle Sessoms of Raeford;
her paternal grandmother, Mrs.
Anna Halford of Fayetteville; and
her paternal great-grandmother.
Mrs. Addie Walters of Hope Mills,
? ? ? W WW - "W '
COUNTY. AREA WINNER - Leslie Adams [center], in the South Hoke
School Fourth Grade, was named winner of the Hoke County and Area 7
Soil and Water Conservation organizations ' poster contests. Her poster will
compete with those of the winners of the state's seven other Soil and Water
Conservation areas in the state finals. Miss Adams is shown receiving the
Hoke County S and W District prizes, a plaque and a check, from Darlene
Gamer of the district organization. At right is Miss Adams 's teacher.
Darlene Clark. Miss Adams 's poster won the area contest April I. The area
is composed of 10 Soil and Water Conservation districts. Miss Adams is the
duughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Adams of Raeford.
Deaths & F unerals
and Mrs. Lula Powell of Red
Springs.
Jernigan- Warren Funeral Home
of Fayetteville is in charge of the
arrangements.
Mr*. Nettie S. Chambers
Mrs. Nettie Smith Chambers.
84. of Stokesdale. died Thursday in
Annie Penn Memorial Hospital in
Reidsville.
She was a sister of Mrs. Minnie
Chambers of Raeford.
Also surviving are her daughter,
Mrs. Reazely Strader of Greens
boro; another sister. Mrs. Sallie
Perdue of Reidsville; her step
daughters, Mrs. Dollie Jones and
Mrs. Alberta Pennington of Reids
ville. and Mrs. Alma Younger of
Elon College; her stepson. Marcus
Chambers of Reidsville; two grand
children; and a great-grandchild.
The funeral was held Saturday
afternoon in Wilkerson Funeral
Home. Burial was in Lowe's United
Methodist Church cemetery.
LEGALS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND
DEBTORS OF JOHNNY PRID
GEN. JR.. Deceased
STATE OR NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF HOKE
The undersigned, having quali
fied as Administratrix of the estate
of JOHNNY PRIDGEN, JR.. de
ceased, late of Hoke County, this is
to notify all persons, firms and
corporations having claims against
said estate to present them to the
undersigned on or before the 23rd
day of October. 1982, or be barred
from their recover)'.
All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
This the 14th dav of Anfil. 1982.
MARY FRANCES McDONALD
Route 1 . Box 653-A
Red Springs, North Carolina 28377
Philip A. Diehl
Attorney at Law
127 West Edinborough Avenue
Post Office Drawer 688
Raeford, North Carolina 28376
Telephone: (919) 875-3379
52-3C
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
IN THEGENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
HOKE COUNTY
Having qualified as Administra
trix C.T.A. of the estate of W.L.
Smith of Hoke County. North
Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said W.L. Smith to
present them to the undersigned
within 6 months from date of the
publication of this notice or same
will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted, to
said estate please make immediate
payment.
This the 5th day of April. 1982.
Barbara S. Jones
Rt. 4. Box 13
Raeford. N.C.
Elizabeth S. Harris
Rt. 1. Box 93
Lumber Bridge. N.C.
5I-2C
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
HOKE COUNTY
Having qualified as Administra
trix of the estate of Lloyd E.
Robertson of Hoke County. North
Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said Lloyd E. Robertson to
present them to the undersigned
within 6 months from date of the
publication of this notice or same
will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate please make immediate
payment.
This the 2nd day of April. 1982.
Carrie Mae Robertson
Route 1 . Box 181
Wagram, N.C.
51 -2C
NOTICEOF SALE
NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF HOKE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain Deed
of Trust executed by JIMMY W.
MCGIRT and wife. TERESA A.
MCG1RT to CHARLES A HOS
TETLER. Trustee, dated the 22nd
day of November 1977, and record
ed in Book 201, Page 590 in the
Office of the Register of Deeds of
HOKE County. North Carolina,
and default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured and said Deed of
Trust being by the terms thereof
subject to foreclosure, the under
signed Trustee will offer for sale at
public auction to the highest bidder
for cash at the courthouse door in
Raeford, North Carolina, at 12:00
o'clock Noon on the 27th day of
April, 1982, property conveyed by
said Deed of Trust, the same lying
and being in the County of Hoke
LEGALS
State ot North Carolina. Que
whiffle Township, and more parti
cularly described as follows:
TRACT NO. I: That certain
parcel or tract of land lying and
being about six (6) miles Northwest
of the Tow n of Raeford: about 2 '/j (
miles Southeast of Five Points.
Bound on Northeast by State Road
No. 1214 leading from Five Points
to N.C. Highway No. 211; on all
other sides by other lands of Ida
T.Wright and more particularly
described as follows, to wit: BE
GINNING at an iron pipe in the
Northeastern right of way of State
Road No. 1214 (said pipe being
located N 81? 40' W 478.57 feet. S '
8 20 W 30 feet from the beginning
corner of the original tract of which
this is a part) and running thence
as said right of way N 81? 40* W
100 feet to an iron pipe (30 feet
from center of State Road No
1214); thence S 8? 20' W 210 feet to
an iron pipe: thence S 81 ? 40' E 100
feet to an iron pipe: thence N 8? 20'
E 210 feet to the BEGINNING,
containing 0.482 acre, more or less,
and being a portion of Tract *3
Map Book 2. Page 309. Hoke
County Registry.
TRACT NO. II: That certain
parcel or tract of land lying and
being about six (6) miles Northwest
of the Town of Raeford: about 2 Vt
miles Southwest of Five Points.
Bound on the Northeast by State
Road No. 1214 leading from Five
Point to N.C. Highway No. 21 1: on
all other sides by other lands of Ida
T: Wright and more particularly
described as follows, to wit; BE
GINNING at an iron pipe in the
Northeastern right of way of State
Road No. 1214 (said pipe being
located N 81? 40' W 578.57 feet. S
20' W 30 feet from the beginning
corner ot the original tract of which
this is a part) and running thence
as said right of way N 81? 40' W
100 feet to an iron pipe (30 feet
center of State Road No
1214); thence S 8? 20' W 210 feet
an iron pipe; thence S81? 40' E 100
feet to an iron pipe: thence N 8? 20'
t 210 feet to the BEGINNING,
containing 0.482 acre, more or less
and being a portion of Tract #3*
Map Book 2. Page 309. Hoke
County Registry.
This sale will be made subject to
all outstanding taxes, if any, and
prior liens of record if. anv
i D^PO_S' TS: Ten per cent
(10%) on the first Sl.000.00 and
five per cent (5%) on any addi
tional amount bid will be required
at the date of the sale.
I^Done. this the 6th day of April.
CHARLES A HOSTETLER
attobnpvR 4 mcnkmRlUSTEE
SKd";1 law
51-52C '
NOTICE OFSERVICE OF
PROCESS BY PUBLICATION
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
DISTRICT COURT DIVISION
FILE NO. 82 CvD 81
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF HOKE
JOYCE LLOYD PAYNE.
Plaintiff
TOMMY LEE PAYNE.
Defendant
TO: TOMMY LEE PAYNE, the
above-named defendant:
Take notice that a pleading
seeking relief against you has been
filed in the above-entitled action,
wherein the plaintiff is seeking an
absolute divorce based on the
grounds of a one year separation.
You are required to make de
fense to such pleading not later
than the 19th day of May. 1982.
said date being forty days from the
first publication of this notice, at
the Office of the Clerk of Court of
Hoke County. North Carolina, in
the Courthouse in Raeford, and
upon your failure to do so. the
party seeking service and relief
against you will apply to the Court
for the relief sought.
This the 6th day of April, 1982.
MOSES. DIF.HL& PATE. P A.
Philip A. Diehl
Attorney for the Plaintiff
127 West Edinborough Avenue
Post Office Drawer 688
Raeford, North Carolina 28376
Telephone: (919)875-3379
50-52C
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
HOKE COUNTY
Having qualified as Admini
stratrix of the estate of Ollie K.
O'Briant of Hoke County. North
Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said Ollie K. O'Briant to
present them to the undersigned
within 6 months from date of the
publication of this notice or same
will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate please make immediate
payment.
This the 23rd day of March.
1982.
Lucille O. Watkins
2305 Caddy Dr.
Raleigh. N.C. 27609
49-52C
    

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