Smith Wins Scholarship
Patti Smith has received the
District Scholarship of the North
Carolina Association of Educa
tional Office Personnel.
To qualify a student must be
planning to enter the business
profession and be on outstanding
Miss Smith has been accepted
for admission to Campbell Univer
sity and plans to major in account
ing. She is a senior at Hoke County
Miss Smith was recognized for
mally Thursday at the meeting of
District Educational Office Per
sonnel held in Harnett County.
At State Fair
Students Aid With Winning Exhibit
depicting vocational education
programs in North Carolina's
public schools, won the
Governor's Award as best educa
tion exhibit at the State Fair in
Raleigh this year.
Hoke High School was one of
the 19 schools helping to stage the
elaborate exhibit, and scores of
businesses and industries
cooperated in the project by con
tributing materials, equipment and
Students of Eleanor Snead in the
Marketing and Distributive Educa
tion program at Hoke High
assisted with the exhibit and
operated the booth on Saturday,
Gov. James B. Hunt, Jr.,
visiting the display under the big
dome near the Hillsborough Street
entrance, lauded the cooperative
effort that produced it. He hailed
the project as an indication of the
quality of vocational programs, ty
ing it in with hi?t proclamation of
lyet-oj as i ne Tear ot tne f uDlic
School." Hunt has called for
recognition of "Schools of Ex
cellence" as one phase of the
Agriculture Commissioner Jim
Graham declared it to be the best
exhibit at the Fair when he of
ficiated at the ribbon-cutting
ceremony on Friday, October 15,
the opening day of the Fair. His in
formal pronouncement was con
firmed later in the day by an im
partial panel of judges. Award
presentation took place the morn
ing of Tuesday, October 19.
Designed in the form of a huge
carousel, the dome display covered
the subject areas of Agriculture,
Business and Office, Health Oc
cupations, Home Economics, In
dustrial Arts, Marketing and
Distribution, Trade and Industry,
and Prevocational Education.
These Exhibits surrounded a large
central column with streamers,
mirrors, and special lighting.
HELPED AT STATE FAIR ?? These Hoke County High School students in
Eleanor Snead's marketing class and in the Hoke High Distributive
Education of America Club are shown October lb at the North Carolina
Slate Fair exhibit they helped with. It was a vocational education exhibit
statewide in subject.
Sharon Breeden Named
Hoke High School
Tutor Of The Month
A certificate for being tutor of
the month at Hoke County High
School was awarded Sharon
Breeden by the Hoke Reading
Literacy Council last Wednesday.
Sharon is one of 24 seniors who
belong to HOSTS. The name of
this club stands for Help Our
Students To Succeed and is also its
purpose. Along with tutoring for
HOSTS. Sharon is an Honor Roll
Ruth Ansley. Chairman of the
Board of Directors of the Council,
made the award presentation and
praised the group for contributing
their time and effort to helping
FOR YOUTH CENTER -- The Raeford Kiwanis Club last week gave $ 232 to the Sandhills Youth Center at Mc
Cain to help pay for a Christmas party. At right, Kiwanis President Ralph Huff is presenting the check to David
Warren (left) and shaking hands with J.D. McAllister. Warren and McAllister are members of the Advisory Com
mittee of the Youth Center.
Hostetler Wins Local Bid For Morehead Chance
Dorcas Hostetler, who lives in
Raeford and attends Flora Mac
donald Academy in Red Springs,
and two Lumberton students, Mar
garet Merck and George Britt, will
enter district competition in early
December for a John Motley More
These scholarships are awarded
each year by the University of
North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
A meeting tor men and women
interested in having men's and
women's teams in the Adult Bas
ketball League will be held Monday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Oakridge
Community Center in Lumber
The league is sponsored by the
Robeson County Recreation De
More information can be ob
tained from Eva Patterson, 843
2193, after 3 p.m.
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Hwood Avenue, Raeford, N.C.
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388-260). Subscription rates
are payable in advance at $8
par year, S4.25 for six months
and S2.25 for three months.
They are four year scholarships and
amount to approximately S6.000
per year to the recipients.
Competition in Robeson County
took place in Lumberton on Octo
ber 31. Students, nominated by
their schools, were interviewed by
the local selection committee and
its decision was based upon their
accomplishments in high school
and their performance in the
District winners will move to
state competition where the final
selection will be determined early
Another HOSTS guests Barbara
Bute, Director of the Council,
complimented the group on their
work in tutoring.
Plans for another HOSTS project
were introduced by the president.
Miyochi Dudley, and accepted by
They will sponsor an educational
trip for the students they tutor in
School Music Groups
Hold Fruit Sale
A fruit sale has been organized
to raise money for the music pro
gram in Raeford.
Band and chorus students will be
Fruit that will be available will
be tangelos, regular oranges and
3 Hoke People
Three people associated with the
Hoke County school system at
tended the 1982 North Carolina
School of Science and Mathematics
Biennial Conference October 21
They were Walter Coley, a
member of the County Board of
Education; Lois Garrison, head of
the Mathematics Department of
Hoke County High School; and
Marilyn Semones, director of in
struction for grades K-6.
to be held
Nov. 20th at 10:00 A.M.
Stone & Fireplace Center
631 East Prospect Ave.
Come Register Now
Deadline Friday, Nov. 19th
$60 Cash To Winner
Or See JOEoHjOLT For Dstaili
Sunset Hills Branch
Corner Harris Ave. & Dickson St.
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
grapefruit at a price of $8 for small
cartons and $12 for large cartons.
Naval oranges will be $9 for
small and $14 for large cartons.
Orders must be in by Dec. 1.
Delivery dates are Dec. 13-15 at
Hoke High Band room.
Get in touch with Tommy Sum
mers or Reta Williamson.
Support the music groups.
Vernon Morrison, the son of
Mrs. Jennette Morrison of 2104
401 -By- Pass. Raeford and a Physi
cal Education major graduated this
summer from Elon College, an
independent, coeducational, liberal
arts college in North Carolina.
Fifty-six students completed
their degree requirements this
Debra Barefoot of Rt . 2 Raefora
is among 180 East Carolina Uni
versity students who have been
assigned practice teaching in North
Carolina public schools this semes
She will be teaching first grade in
the Pactolus Elementary School.
Each practice teacher will con
duct regular classes jnder the
direction of a supervisor and will
receive a grade for performance.
Dr. Thomas A. Chambliss. director
of student teaching, said.
Box Office Open
Noon-6 p.m. Daily
Bordeaux Dinner Theatre
Bordeaux Motor Inn
Village &? Owen Drives ? Fayetteville
Wed. thru Sun. Evenings
( One Matinee Sun. 11/28 J
The Musical Farce That Made
Carol Burnett Famous
Senior Citizen, Student
and Group Discounts
The Great Roeford
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Being Given Away Each Week
Through Christmas Eve
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Lundy's Shoe Shop Evelyn's Sample Room
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Southern National Bank
United Carolina Bank
Heritage Federal Savings and Loan
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