by Polly Barnard
? Rev. Ben F. Ferguson was guest
' speaker for morning worship ser
vice the past Sunday at Philippi
The spaghetti dinner at Pittman
Grove Baptist Church given by the
Youth Group the past Saturday
evening was a success. Those who
attended had a real nice time.
Mrs. Grady English attended
Memorial Service at the First
? Baptist Church in Raeford Sunday
afternoon for Mrs. Robert Morris
The Pittman Grove Baptist
Church softball team played their
first game the past Monday night
and won 18 to 11. The opposing
team was Walstone Baptist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Monroe
attended the "housewarming"
given for Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie
Strother who have recently moved
9 into their new home.
Mrs. Lawrence Barnard visited
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Taylor and
sons of Fayetteville last week.
Mrs. Mary Benkosky was in bed
with flu last week. However, she
was able to be out and helped with
the Homemakers Extension Club
sales at the Flea Market in Raeford
the past Saturday.
Mrs. Eddie Mason and Mrs.
f Mike Udeck were joint hostesses to
a bridal shower at the home of Mrs.
Mason in Stoneypoint Friday even
ing, April 23 for Miss Judy Epps.
There were 17 present and many
beautiful and useful gifts were
received. Miss Epps and Kenny
Glick of Fayetteville will be married
May 30 in Tabernacle Baptist
Church. The bride - to - be was
presented a corsage and the mother
of the bride, Mrs. Henry Epps and
Mrs. N.D. Glick, mother of the
groom were also presented a cor
sage. The home was beautifully
decorated in bridal motif and after
playing a few games, refreshments
were served to the guests.
Mrs. L.D. Long who was a
patient at Cape Fear Valley Hos
pital in Fayetteville was released
Congratulations to Tony Young,
youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Young of Stoneypoint
Road, who was inducted into the
National Honor Society at Seventy
First High School last week. Tony
who is a junior and member of the
high school track team, partici
pated in the "Greater Raleigh
Road Race" and received a bronze
medal. Am sure your parents and
the school are proud of you Tony,
and so is everyone else. Keep it
Practical Nurses To
Meet In Fayetteville
Verlena G. McKoy of Wagram
will lead a delegation of McCain
) LPNs to the 35th Annual Conven
tion of the North Carolina Licens
ed Practical Nurse Association.
The NCLPNA convention will
be held May 6-8 at the Bordeaux
Motor Inn, Fayetteville.
Mrs. McKoy is president of the
McCain Area, an affiliate of
The meeting will feature:
? A six-hour workshop on
| "Save Our Selves (SOS) - Personal
and Professional Self Care" con
ducted by Carolyn Billings and
Alice K. Roye, Nursing Con
sultants from Raleigh.
? A keynote address by Rita
Askew, a field representative of
the Joint Commission on Ac
creditation of Hospitals in
? Special Practical Nursing Stu
dent Day activities featuring a
special keynote address by Carolyn
9 Robertson, a nurse educator at the
Veterans Administration Hospital
in Fayetteville, as speaker, and
special entertainment by the Prac
tical Nursing Students from Sand
hills Community College. The
day-long event on May 7 will get
underway with the grand proces
sional and roll call of schools.
Students will be in their uniforms.
? A panel discussion on the cur
| rent role of the LPN and what role
we can expect to have in the future.
Participants will be representatives
from the hospital association, the
health care facilities association,
practical nurse educators and the
Also, on the agenda will be three
business meetings of the NCLPNA
House of Delegates, during which
the policy-making body will amend
Bylaws, take action on resolutions,
| adopt programs and elect officers,
' directors and the 1982 Nominating
NCLPNA President Mrs.
Christine G. Jones of Chapel Hill
A. A. Meetings
Wed. 8 p.m.
will preside at the 1982 annual
meeting, which is expected to draw
500 constituent area leaders, LPN
practitioners, practical nurse
educators and students from
around the state.
Serving as hostess area chairman
for the convention will be Hilda
Markham, president, Fayetteville
Area; Mrs. McKoy, president, Mc
Cain Area, and Kitty Horning,
representative from the Sanford
NCLPNA is the only state pro
fessional organization composed
solely of licensed practical nurses
and student affiliates. It works to
improve practical nursing educa
tion, service and practice so that all
people might have better nursing
The other officers of NCLPNA
are: Mrs. Betty Hunt, Asheboro,
first vice president; Mrs. Nancy
Cook, second vice president,
Mocksville; Mrs. Ernistine Turner,
Durham, secreatry; David Cox,
Kannapolis, treasurer; and direc
tors -- Mrs. Dora Hunt, Hender
son, Mrs. Brenda Thompson,
Chapel Hill, Mrs. Jessie Smith,
Durham, Mrs. Betty Davis, Kan
napolis, Mrs. Lucy Wilson,
Durham, and Mrs. Hattie Thomp
Sammy Griffin of Burlington is
the association's executive direc
John C. (Pete) Hasty of Max
ton is a candidate for one of the
State House of Representative seats
in the Robeson-Hoke-Scotland
A News-Journal report published
last week erroneously said the
district is composed of Burleson,
Hoke and Scotland. North Carolina
has no Burleson County. The line
should have read "Robeson, Hoke
and Scotland counties."
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Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stanger
and son Mark, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmie Palmer of Baltimore, Mary
land spent a week recently with Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Stanger and
Connie Stanger. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Stanger is on the
sick list this week. She was thought
to have Mumps at first report, but
has a throat infection instead.
It was good to see Mr. and Mrs.
D.A. "Zan" Gillis back at church.
Mr. Gillis had surgery recently but
is able to be out again.
Milton Newton is a patient in
Cape Fear Valley Hospital in
Mrs. Claire Everette who was a
patient in the hospital has been
released and is home.
The Extension Homemakers
Club participated in the Flea
Market at the Armory Field Lot,
Saturday April 23. It was a
beautiful day for an outside sale
and many people attended. The
proceeds were fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Taylor and
son, "Scotty" from Baltimore.
Maryland are visiting Mr. Taylor*
sister. Mrs. Robert Stanger, Mr.
Stanger and family.
Mrs. Mattie Hales who has been
hospitalized for a fractured hip was
released Friday, April 22 and is
recuperating at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Louise Sanders.
In observance of National Clean
up Week the Rockfish 4-H Club
did roadside cleaft-up in the Rock
fish area the past Saturday morn
ing. Seventeen club members and
five adults participated. They
began at 8:00 o'clock and worked
with hardly a break until 12:00
o'clock. They then enjoyed ham
burgers and drinks that were
furnished by the Homemakers
Extension Club. All who parti
cipated in the clean-up should be
commended for the good work they
did. The area looks much better,
thanks to them.
The Rockfish 4-H Club leader,
Jimmy Culp and club members
would like to express thanks to the
community for the support that was
given them in the "light bulb sale"
fund raising project. The sale was
quite successful. The proceeds were
good and will be used exclusively to
defray expenses for the club mem
bers to attend summer camp.
Cecil Reynolds who was a patient
in Cape Fear Valley Hospital in
Fayetteville was released Monday
and is convalesing at home.
Mrs. Wright Parker of Selma fell
last week and fractured her wrist.
The Revival at Pittman Grove
Baptist Church was opened with a
"pig pickin' " at the church the
past Sunday evening. It will be
concluded Friday evening April 30
with a gospel singing led by the
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Swann and
children gave Mrs. Swanns' grand
father Mr. Tommy Gibson a
surprise birthday dinner at their
home the past Sunday. Those
attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Gibson and Miss Leslie Madden of
Raeford, Mrs. Mary Willis and
daughter Debra and James Kersey
of St. Pauls, Mrs. Swanns' mother,
Mrs. Margie Raymes and Al
Denton of Fayetteville. Everyone
had a real nice time and Mr.
Gibson says he is happy to have
lived 73 years and hopes to live
Randy Sheppard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Sheppard of Aberdeen
was critically injured last Tuesday
afternoon when a tractor - trailer
collided with his car. He has not
regained consciousness as of this
report. Randy is a nephew of Mrs.
E.T. Brock, Jr. The family requests
Steve Cook of Southern Pines
had dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Miller Cook and family the past
Hoke County Taxpayers
UNPAID 1981 COUNTY TAXES
Will Be Advertised
May 7, 1982
Deadline to keep tax from being advertised
Friday, May 7. 1982
Elizabeth D. Livingston
Hoke County Tax Collector
"WOLF" -- These students of Mrs. Eunice Torrey's class are dressed as characters in the story, "The Boy Who
Cried 'Wolf'." In the left rear is the class's teacher's aide, Era Pecora Osling. In the rear, the students are, next
to her, L-R ? Gary Locklear, Joseph Ortiz, Ronnie Jacobs, Misty Black, Carolyn McPherson, Cora Locklear,
Charles Hunt, Louis Seda, and Rhoda Chappelle. Second row -? Tuesda Willis, Randy Lloyd, Jerry Locklear,
Gerald Sinclair, J ana Locklear, Nakia McPhatter, and Tausha Cart hens. First row - Sheryl Jones, Demeta
Campbell, Rosetta Lee, McKinley Dial, Stewart Moore and Stephanie Monroe. In front is Darnell Bullard.
McKinley Dial played the role of The Boy, Demeta Campbell and Rosetta Lee, sheep, and Juan Steele, Man.
McLauchlin students played roles in favorite storybooks in celebration of National Library Week April 18-23.
"SAVE THE LIGHTHOUSE"
In searching for history; arti
facts, families, tombstones, land
marks. etc. we spend much time
One of the most impressive
landmarks of America's sea shore
and most certainly North Caro
lina's is the Cape Hatteras Light
house. A National landmark stand
ing on part of our nation's only
National Seashore; the present
lighthouse replaces the one that
was erected in 1798 which was lost
in bombardment during the Civil
War. Standing near the ruins of the
first Cape Hatteras lighthouse as a
constant sentinal to guide our
seafaring travelers, it is the tallest
brick lighthouse in the nation,
standing 193 feet. Rebuilt in 1870 it
is still in active service and open to
visitors. 30,000 acres -- 70 miles of
National Seashore invites year
round visitors to the Outer Banks
of North Carolina.
Hoke County stands behind the
efforts being made state wide to
save the National monument.
Through 112 years it has directed
our Nation's ships as well as others
through the rough shoals of the
North Carolina coast line.
The main interest at the present
is hopefully a learning experience
for our youngsters especially.
School children from K-6 grades
will be making posters to be
displayed in the library and will be
shown a film to insure a greater
interest in what this program will
mean to them historically.
To go along with "Save the
Lighthouse", another slogan is
being adopted; "Save the Can to
Save the Lighthouse". This is the
direction folks will be going, to save
that soft drink can that will be sold
for lighthouse funds. This is some
thing each child can do and in
so-doing can know he/she is doing
Mom, Dad, let Jim, Jack, Jo. or
Josephine have your drink can for
their collection. Or, maybe your
neighbor has youngsters if you
don't have any. 'Save the can'.
Meanwhile the library has a
special display of books, pictures,
brochures, and articles of the
lighthouse on the shore at Cape
Hatteras, N.C. These, you are
welcome to use in the library the
next week or so, then they may be
checked out. We want all our Hoke
County folks to become more
educated to where, what, and how -
about our coast line and just why
this special interest in "Save the
Let your interest be strong
enough to write to "Save the
Lighthouse", P.O. Box 1800,
Raleigh, N.C., 27611, for more
SRL tape collection in Hoke
County Public Library:
The compleat speaker (every
thing you've always wanted to know
about speech-making ... and didn't
know where to find it!) Nightingale
- Conant Corp, 1978. 6 cassettes,
single track, involvement guide
(SRL 3/82 S60.00 enrichment AV)
Author - Nightingale, Earl.
Winning strategies in selling.
Nightingale - Conant Corp., 128.
1982. by Jack Kinder, 6 cassettes,
single track. Progress guide. (SRL
3/82 S60.00 Enrichment AV).
6 magic gateways to success bv
W. Clement Stone. Success
Unlimited, Inc. 1973. 6 cassettes,
single track. (SRLS 3/82 N/C
Success is a state of mind by
Joyce Brothers. Nightingale -
Conant Corp., 1100 1980. b cas
settes. single track, workbook.
(SRL 3/82 $60.00 Enrichment AV)
New concepts in selling, by
Harold Gash. Nightingale - Conant
Corp. 127, 1982. 6 cassettes, single
track, progress guide (SRL 3/82
$60.00 enrichment AV)
Fly High. Soar, Inc., Nightingale
- Conant Corp., 1091, 1980. 6
cassettes, single track, progress
guide. (SRL 3/82 $60.00 Enrich
Lead the field, by Earl Nightin
gale. Nightingale - Conant Corp.,
121-126, 1981. 6 cassettes, single
track, progress guide. (SRL 3/82
$60.00 Enrichment AV)
How to be a no-limit person by
Wayne Dyer. Nightingale - Conant
Corp., 850, 1980. 6 cassettes, single
track, progress guide. (SRL 3/82
$60.00 enrichment AV)
The art of remembering: names,
ideas, information by William
Hersey. Success Motivation Insti
tute. Inc.. 07269. 1979. (SRL 3/82
$10.95 enrichment AV) (1 cassette,
The art of public speaking by
Millard Bennett. Success Motiva
tion Institute, Inc., 95581, 1974. 1
cassette, single track. (SRL 3/82
S10.95 enrichment AV)
Born to win by Muriel James.
Success Motivation Institute Inc.,
05578, 1975. 1 cassette, single
track. (SRL 3/82 $10.95 Enrich
How to get control of your time
and your life. Success Motivation
Institute. Inc., 07166, 1973. 1974.
1 cassette, single track. (SRL 3/82
S10.95 Enrichment AV)
The art of creative listening, by
Paul J. Meyer. Success Motivation
Cassettes 07280. 1980. 1 cassette,
single track. (SRL 3 '82 $10.95
How to use tact and skill in
handling people. By Paul Parker.
Success Motivation Institute. Inc.,
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