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Volunteers Seen Vital To 4-H
April 19-24 is National Volunteer
Week and should be a time tor
volunteers in all areas to be
recognized tor the work they have
According to Alice Lancaster.
4-H agent, volunteers are vital
parts of the 4-H program. Without
the help of these volunteer leaders,
the program could not grow and
With the help of volunteer
leaders. 4-H is able to offer a
variety of learning experiences for
youth 9-19. There are a variety of
roles that 4-H volunteers play. One
type of leader is a 4-H community
club leader who meets with a 4-H
club on a regular basis and helps
them plan their programs. The
club has officers, an educational
program at each meeting, and
participates in special activities.
Another kind of leader is a 4-H
special interest leader.
These leaders share a skill or
knowledge with a group of youth
for a short period of time. The
leaders work with youth for a
minimum of six hours on one
particular subject, tor example,
sewing, rocketry, bicycle, cross
stitch. photography, etc. Other
volunteers also contribute time to
special activities such as Fashion
Revues. Talent Shows, demonstra
tions. etc.. and as judges for
As you can see, these volunteers
offer a valuable service to Hoke
County and its youth. During this
week, please take a tew minutes to
show your appreciation to volun
teers that you know. The Hoke
County 4-H program would like to
otYer a special thanks to all the
PAC To Meet
The Parent Advisory Council of
J.W. Turlington School will meet
April 29 at 10 a.m. in Mrs.
All council members are urged to
adult volunteers who helped sup
port the 4-H program this year!
For information about 4-H. call
YOUNGEST WINNER - Chris
sano Tenorio. 3. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Tenorio. 620 Jackson
St.. was the Lucky Egg winner for
her age group in the Easter Egg
Hunt held April 10 at McLauchlin
Park by the Hoke County Parks
and Recreation Department. She
attends Tom Thumb Day Care.
[Staff photo J.
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Lumber Bridge News
by Lib Sumner
Communion Service was ob
served Thursday night. April 8. in
the Education Building.
The choir presented an Easter
Sermon in Song, Sunday night.
April 4th. This program was well
attended, and it was a wonderful
sermon in song. Narrator was Fred
Baker and Director, Mrs. Mavis
Sunday. April 11th, Easter Ser
vice. The sermon, "Certainties of
Easter," was delivered by the
Pastor. Rev. Henry L. Foster.
Visitors - Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Foster and son. Kevin of Tabor
City. Miss Jenny Lewis of Laurin
burg, Misses Kimberly and Kristy
McMillan of Route 1, Raeford. Mr.
and Mrs. A.T. Beck and her
jnPfher. Mrs. Sylvia Liehen of
Tucson, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Tim
Nance of Siler City. Mr. and Mrs.
John Sumner and Selina of Fay
Mrs. S.F. Ammons' parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Prevatte of
Lumberton attended the Easter
Sermon in Song on April 4th.
Brownson Memorial Presby
terian Church, Southern Pines#was
host church for the 93rd Annual
Meeting of the Women of Fay
etteville Presbytery on March 30th
and 31st. Mrs. John G. Balfour -
Presbyterial President, presided;
Mrs. Henry L. Bullard, Secretary.
536 women attended and 31 guests.
Circle One, Women of the
Church held their monthly meeting
on Monday night with Mrs.
N.H.G. Baltour with seven mem
bers present. Mrs. F.R. Weber
gave the Bible Study. Mrs. Ann
Circle Two - Met in Red Springs
at the home of Mrs. W.G. Marley
on Friday evening.
The young people held their
annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sat
urday evening in Dundarrach at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Max
Mrs. Sylvia Liehen is a patient in
Cape Fear Valley Hospital, Fay
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Meaney
of Mahevah, N.J., announce the
birth of their son. Thomas
Michael on Saturday. April 3rd at
Ridgewood Hospital. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Bullard are the grand
Mrs. John Covington and Mrs.
Jon Evans, Misses Susan and
Allison Evans of Raleigh spent
several days last week at Emerald
Mrs. Ruth Tolar and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Tolar and children,
Robert. Christana and Alena of
Fayetteville were dinner guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R.L.
McFadyen in Red Springs.
Mrs. Estelle C. Mohler of
Hyattsville. Md. visited her brother
and sister - in - law. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Edwin Clifton. Monday - Thurs
day of last week.
Visitors of Miss Mildred Willi
ford during the weekend were John
Williford of Wilmington, Mr. and
Mrs. Mac Williford of Rocky
Mount and Mrs. Elizabeth Tolar of
Mrs. Worth Williford of Fay
etteville, Mrs. Vickie Cudd and
daughter, Julie of Cary. Mrs. Kay
Courtney. Michelle and Kim
Courtney and Mrs. John Courtney
of Rocky Mount visited Mrs. A.F.
Tolar on Sunday.
The family of Edwin C. Keeter
were sick with colds and flu last
Mrs. Ruth Tolar and Mrs.
Louise Burns of Rennert visited
Mrs. Maggie Tolar last Wednesday
at Adcox Rest Home at Greys
Members of the Women's Mis
sionary Union visited patients at
The Green Maynor Rest Home
Monday evening. They entertained
them with songs and served ice
cream and cake.
Miss Jennifer Bartlett of Clark
ton spent Tuesday until Thursday
with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Colon J. Ammons.
Lib and Lois Sumner spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
George Caddell in Raeford.
Susan Evans, granddaughter of
Mrs. John Covington, was invited
to attend a Spring Ball at The
Raleigh Civic Center. Monday
evening, April 5th, honoring the
Raleigh Junior Cotillion Club.
Susan has been a member of The
Cotillion Club since September and
attends class each week, learning
etiquette and ballroom dancing.
Mrs. Covington attended the
Ball, as a spectator, and talked
with Governor Jim Hunt.
The girls and boys were in formal
dress and. everyone enjoyed the
Sympathy to the families of Mrs.
Minnie S. McMillan. 96, who died
last Friday in Moore Memorial
THOUGHT OF TODAY
An attempt to balance a house
hold budget today is like eating a
grapefruit and trying to aim the
R UNNtRSUP -? The Down-Home doggers, composed of Raeford and
Laurinburg dancers, placed second in the Senior Division of the Old North
Slate Clogging Competition at Apex Saturday.
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