In Weeks To Come
Kaaford KJwanis - Club meets
every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at
the lUeford Civic Center. The
meetings are open to members
C ??My - Puppy Creek
Community Watch will meet
Thursday, Jan. 6 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Puppy Creek Are station.
All members are urged to at
Pesticide Education ~ There
will be a pesticide education
class for licensing of private ap
plicators on January 30 from 1
p.m. until 3 p.m. This class will
be geared toward certifying
farmers in the use of restricted
use pesticides. If you would
like to attend the class call the
Hoke County Agricultural Ex
tension Office at 873-3461 to
Soybean Meeting ? "Survival
Through Management" will be
the theme of the 16th annual
membership meeting of ihe
North Carolina Soybean Pro
ducers Association here on
January 21, 1982, according to
President Ray M. Spencer of
Scran ton. The meeting will
begin at 9:43 a.m. at Raleigh's
Royal Villa Motor Inn with the
annual business session,
followed throughout the rest of
the day with educational
Microwave Workshop - Home
Economics Extension agents
are holding a workshop for
microwave cooking and opera
tion on January 25 at 7:30 at
the extension office on
Livestock Association - An
organizational meeting of the
Hoke County Livestock
Association will be held
January 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the
extension office on Magnolia
Street. All persons interested in
the promotion of livestock in
Hoke County should attend.
Homemakers -- The Allendale -
Homemakers Club will meet
Thursday Jan. 13 at 2:30 p.m.
at the extension office.
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Symphony Orchestra - Music
in the present tense presented
by the NC Symphony Or
chestra in the Memorial
Auditorium in Raleigh at 8
p.m. on Jan. 13. For further in
formation call 733-2750.
Horse Show ? Mid-Winter
Horse Show held at the NC
State Fairgrounds in Raleigh
Jan. 19-23. For more informa
tion call 521-2871.
Youag Peoples Concert - A
young peoples concert will be
presented by the NC Symphony
Orchestra at 1 1 a.m. on Jan. 22
at the Memorial Auditorium in
Raleigh. For more information
Hearts a ad Flowers - Hearts
and Flowers ? the Music of
Love will be presented by the
NC Symphony Orchestra at 8
p.m. on Jan. 22 at the
Memorial Auditorium in
Raleigh. For more information
Vienna Boys Cfcolr - The Vien
na Boys Choir will perform at
the Reynolds Coliseum on the
NC State Campus at 8 p.m. on
Jan. 28-29 in Raleigh. For
more information and tickets
Band Audition - Senior High
All-State band auditions will be
held all day ai Lumberton High
School on January 8. For more
information contact Hoke
High Band Director Jimmy
James or Upchurch School
Band Director Gil Clark.
Arts Festival - Hoke High
School student arts festival will
be held in the school Choral
Room all day on Jan. 11. The
event is sponsored by the
Raeford Woman's Club and
Junior Woman's Club in con
junction with the school Home
Ittfcak PcrtaMa - Violin Con
cert by one of ihe world's
premiere artists. Sponsored by
the Friends of the College at
NC State University and held at
the Reynolds Coliseum on the
school's campus at 8 p.m. Jan.
17-18. For more information
and tickets call 737-2835.
IadacMoat - A trio of induc
tions will be held Sunday at 6
p.m. at the St. Mary
Pentecostal Holiness Christian
Church. The speakers will be
Si ster WiUette Can hens. Sister
Victoria McNeil and Sister
De lores Wright. The public is
Art Sfcow ? The Fayetteville
Museum of Art will show the
work of four North Carolina
Artists who were recently
awarded fellowships from the
state Arts Council. The show
will feature the mixed media
works of Victor Faccinto, pain
tings by Maud Gatewood,
handblown glass by Robert
Levin and photography by
Elizabeth Matheson January
2-23. For further information
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BOYS' AND GIRLS'
SOUTH HOKE CENTER -- The people in costume are about to give a Christmas play at the Four-county Senior
Citizens Center. The play, on the Nativity, was presented December 22. Shown with them is site manager Louise
Morris. L-R - Mattie Gilchrist, Minnie McQueen, Cora Stanley, Louise Morris, Tommy Jacobs, Ollie Johnson,
Pearlie McLane, Rovena McCall, and Elosia McBryde. Jacobs played the role of Joseph, and Ollie Johnson,
Mary. The title of the play was "What Would You Give Jesus?" Eva Jacobs is director and outreach worker for
Mr. And Mrs. Fowler Honored Personals
On 25th Anniversary
On December 26, Mr. and Mrs.
Arnie Fowler were honored on
their 25th Wedding Anniversary at
a surprise dinner, while they were
visiting his brother, Willie Jones in
They were accompanied to
Memphis by Mrs. Verline McNeill
and Nita Maria.
The holidays were joyful for the
Fowlers, especially so since the
brothers had not spent a Christmas
together in 32 years.
On Christmas day they were all
breakfast guests in the home of
Mr. Fowler's nephew and niece,
Charlie and Betty Tood.
Holiday visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Coley were his
mother. Mrs. L.E. Coley of Stem,
his brother, Sam Coley and chil
dren of Butner, his sister and
husband Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sain of
Raleigh, and Mrs. Coley's brother,
Sidney Moore of Killeen, Texas.
Mrs. Joe Gulledge has returned
after spending Christmas in Wil
mington in the homes of her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Abb Williams and family,
and her granddaughter and hus
band. Mr. and Mrs. George Cutu
cache and son. Andrew.
Mack and Hope Koonce of New
York City and Mr. and Mrs. Don
Koonce of Rock Hill, S.C. were
holiday visitors in the home of their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Phillips were their children,
Mr. and Mrs. Archie L. Phillips. Jr
and son. David, of Ramseur, Mr.
and Mrs. B.T. Fields of Carthage
and their daughter, Vickie Lee
Fields, student at UNC, Chapel
Hill, Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Houston,
Jcffy and Donella Houston, Ronald
and Calvin Phillips, all of Pikes
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Fisher and
daughter. Amy, of Raleigh visited
Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. Joe
Gulledge, during the holidays.
They were en route to Tampa,
Florida, for a visit with their
daughter. Laurie Fisher.
Mrs. Katherine Hinnant, Miss Ann
Hinnant and Mike Hinnant, have
returned home after spending the
holidays in Tampa, Florida, with
Mrs. Hinnant's son, Bill Hinnant,
and daughter. Pat McNeill.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hinnant
and daughter of Tampa, Florida,
spent last week visiting her step
father and mother. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Ruth Maples, accom
panied by her son, William Haire
and son Bill of the Washington,
D.C. area in Virginia, her sister,
Mrs. Joan Frye of Aberdeen, and
Mrs. Ralph Calloway of Raeford,
attended the funeral of Mrs. Ma
ples' son, Ernest Haire, Jr. in
Tampa, Florida December 28.
Mr. Haire was a native of Raeford
and has made his home in Florida
for a number of years. He was 47.
A. A. Meetings
Wed. 8 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Morgan and
children of Cary spent the holidays
here in the home of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Calloway.
Mrs. Anne Lamm has returned to '
her home in Gastonia after visiting
her mother, Mrs. Laurie Mc
tachern, during the holidays.
Mr and Mrs Robert N. McCraken
of Cash well Beach. N.C. and Mrs.
McCracken s son and daughter-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Callo
way Jr of Raleigh, visited Mrs.
McCracken s parents. Mr. and ,
,M"; N F- Sinclair, during the '
holidays. On Christmas day, Mr
and Mrs. Sinclair's other two
daughters. Mrs. D.R. Huff. Jr. and
Mrs. Glenn Maxwell and their
families gathered at their parents'
home for dinner.
Mrs. Bobbie Davis of Clarksville,
va. spent the holidays here in the
home of her son, Charles A.
Davis, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick White returned '
home Friday from Bucyrus. Ohio
where they spent the holidays with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
White, his brother-in-law and sis
ter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith,
and other relatives.
2nd Lt. Debbie McNeill spent the
holidays with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd McNeill. Lt. McNeill is |
attached to the Signal Battalion,
oind Airborne Division at Fort
Bragg, and has completed her
Branch training at Fort Gordon
Ga. She visited friends in Washing
ton, D.C. and returned to Raeford
before leaving for Ft. Benning Ga
to attend jump school, after which
she will be stationed at Fort Bragg.
Lt. McNeill is a graduate of NCSU,
Raleigh and worked as sports news
editor for the Garner newspaper
before joining the Army.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kennedy of
Greenville. S.C. and Mr. and Mrs
Clem Lee of North Wilkesboro,
were holiday visitors in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lee.
Mrs. Carl Freeman returned home
Friday after a two week's visit in the
homes of her daughters and fami
lies, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Black
man of High Point, and Mr. and
Mrs. Everette Ferrell of Saxaphaw.
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. McKenzie and
family of Elizabethtown visited
relatives here during the holidays.
On Christmas day they gathered
with other members of the family in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reid
Childress for dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Hicks, Jr.
and children returned to their
home in Candor last week after
spending the holidays in the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
On December 26 & 27 guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sellars, Sr.. Jane
and Bill, Jr. were Bill and Delia
Gilmore, Meredith and Will, Nor
cross, Georgia; Catherine McNeill
and son, John, Charlotte; Jim and
Sylvia Liestman. Butner; Linda
Uppercue and Jim Cook. Raleigh;
Daisy Gregory, Lexington, S.C.;
Nan Wodowski, Fayetteville, and
Lisa Adams. Raeford.
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