Daisy Canaday Retires At Post
Daisy Knight Canaday ot 204 N.
Magnolia St., Raeford, retired
recently after 22 years as a secretary
in Ft. Bragg schools.
She was secretary to the Ft.
Bragg schools superintendent. Dr.
Haywood Davis, when she retired.
Mrs. Canaday was honored April
2 bv her colleagues and Dr. Davis
with a retirement tea in the
Mrs. Canaday is still working,
however, in the office of her
husband. J.W. (Pete) Canaday, an
She was born and reared in
Leitchfield. Ky.. the oldest of nine
children of Mr. and Mrs. B.G.
Knight. She and two brothers have
the same birthday -- February 19.
They were born two years apart.
Her mother lives in Tullahoma,
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V//-. a?(/ Mrs. Peter Canaday and granddaughter Kim Thurman at the
retirement tea held for Mrs. Canaday April 2 at Ft. Bragg. The Canadays
have a son, who lives in Fayetteville.
Cook Book On Sale
"Tar Heel Tastes," a collection
of North Carolina recipes, is on
COMPLETE INSECT CONTROL
FROM THE HOME TO THE FARM
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Route 1 Box 251-A Shannon, N.C.
Nights - Jimmy Clark 875-5098
Richard McMillan 875-2493
sale in businesses in the Raeford
area to help raise money in the
American Cancer Society cam
paign in Hoke County.
The books cost S6 each and can
be bought at: Southern National
Bank, Jean's, Louise's, and
Anne's beauty shops, the Medicine
Shoppe, and Calico Corner.
People who want to donate
money to the American Cancer
Society directly should mail the
donations to Peggy Summers at
United Carolina Bank of Raeford.
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Poole-Nordan Couple Wed
In Rockingham Church
Donna Lynn Nordan, daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. Fred A. Nor
dan of Rockingham, and Stephen
Matthew Poole, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Scott Poole of Raeford,
were married on April 11, at 3:00
p.m., in the Cobb Memorial
Church, Rockingham. The Rev.
Nordan officiated the double ring
The chancel area of the church
was centered with a floral cross of
white pompons with spiral
candelabra on either side, flanked
by wedding palms, ferns, and
Easter lilies. A white Bible ac
cented with pink roses was placed
on a stand next to the kneeling
Nuptial music was presented by
organist, Lee Duncan, of Laurin
burg, and vocalists, Bond and
Debra Jackson, of Columbia, S.C.
who sang "Shadows" and
"Woman," and Mrs. Linda
Hooks of Rockingham who sang
"The Lord's Prayer".
The bride, given in marriage by
her father wore an original gown
of white Poly Organza. The Fitted
bodice, overlaid with wedgewood
lace and wedding sequins, featured
a high neckline with matching
medallions centered on English
net. The full Bishop sleeves of
English net, accented with appli
ques, were highlighted by an extra
width of wedgewood lace ending in
points over the hands. Tiered with
five layers of wedgewood lace, the
softly flowing skirt extended into a
chapel-length train. Her chapel
length veil was of English illusion,
outlined with matching lace and
enhanced with lace and wedding
pearls. She carried a bouquet of
white carnations centered with
Mrs. Sue Glasgow of Hamlet
was her sister's maid of honor. She
wore a gown of light blue organza
fashioned with tiers and matching
cape. She carried a nosegay of
white button mums and pink roses
accented with blue and pink
Bridesmaids were Miss Byrd
Britt of Lumberton and Misses
Petria Poole and Holli Poole,
sisters of the bridegroom, of
Raeford. Miss Donna Curtis of
Laurinburg was junior bridesmaid.
The bridesmaids' dresses were
identical to that of the honor atten
dant, and each carried a nosegay
of white carnations and blue but
ton mums, accented with blue and
white ribbon streamers.
Best man was Willis S. Hood,
Jr. of Raleigh. Ushers were Barry
W. Tapp and Timothy A. Strick
land of Raeford. William T. Niven
II of Tabor City, and Keith E.
Glasgow of Rockingham, brother
in-law of the bride.
Mrs. Stephen Matthew Poole
Child attendants were Melinda
Singletary, flower girl, of Rock
ingham, and ringbearer, Master
Travis Lyle of Fayetteville.
The mother of the bride chose a
light blue formal gown with match
ing lace jacket for her daughter's
wedding. The bridegroom's
mother wore a floor-length gown
of mint green jersey with matching
organ/a long-sleeved jacket. They
both wore corsages of white roses.
Alter a wedding trip to the N.C.
mountains, the couple will reside
at Rt. 4, Raeford.
The bride is a graduate of Rich
mond County High School and
Wingate College and is employed
by Curtis Associates, Inc. of
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Hoke High School and Sandhills
Community College, is employed
with Tarts, Inc. of Fayetteville.
- RECEPTION ?
The parents of the bride enter
tained at a reception in the
fellowship Hall of the church.
Mrs. l.inda Hooks poured punch.
and Mrs. Myria Singletary served ?
cake. The bride's book was attend
ed by Mrs. Georgia Hughes.
? REHEARSAL PARTY ?
A rehearsal party was hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott Poole in
the Church Fellowship Hall on
Saturday evening following the
To Meet Tuesday
Raeford Friendship Club will
have their regular meeting at 12:00
noon, May 4, with a covered dish
dinner at the United Methodist
At 1:00 p.m., the chorus of 5th
and 6th grade students of J.W.
Turlington school will perform.
They are directed by Jane Davis,
with Emma Mims, Principal.
Reg. Price SALE PRICE
$3299s $248 00
112 Harris Avenue
RAEFORD, N. C.