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March 3, 1983, edition 1 /
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HALL OF FAMERS - Hoke High seniors were recently named to the Senior Hall of Fame. The students named
were: Caroline Ansley, Tammy Baldwin. Tony Barefoot, Sabrina Barnes , WUlett Bissett, Betsy Blanton, Carl
Bundy, Eric Coley, Pam Currie, Beverly Farrow, Cindy Frahm. Velyn Graham, Greg Hollingsworth, Greta
Johnson. Patricia Kellermann, William Locklear, Donna Maxwell, Carlo Myers, Freddie McLean. Lee McNeill.
Teresa Pickett, Patti Smith. Gwen Southerland, Chau Tran and Nadine Wadsworth.
WINNERS: These Hoke High students were winners in the District 4-B Deca competition held at Robeson
Technical College Tuesday. Pictured are from left to right: Tonya Holt-proficiency and certificate in fashion
merchandising, Willie McNeill first runner up in restaurant marketing, Pam Bryan winner of general merchan
dising and overall winner in general merchandising, and Deborah Taylor first runner up in restaurant marketing.
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On February 18 Mock Gradu
ation was held for those seniors who
had successfully completed the
graduation requirements as of mid
During this time 25 students
were named to the senior Hall of
The students should be recogniz
ed for this honor.
They are as follows: Caroline
Ansley. Tammy Baldwin, Tony
Barefoot. Sabrina Barnes. Willett
Bissett, Betsy Blanton. Carl Bundy.
Eric Coley. Pam Currie. Beverly
Farrow. Cindy Frahm. Velyn Gra
ham, Greg Hollingsworth, Greta
Johnson, Patricia Kellermann,
William Locklear, Donna Maxwell,
Carla Myers. Freddie McLean, Lee
McNeilK Teresa Pickett. Patti
Smith, Gwen Southerland, Chau
Tran, and Nadine Wadsworth.
These students should be con
gratulated for their accomplish
ments throughout high school
which were responsible for their
election into the Senior Hall of
The Senior Superlatives have
also been chosen for this school
They are as follows: Most School
Spirit -Charlie Averitt and Wanda
Brown; Most Popular-Greg Hol
lingsworth and Teresa Pickett; Best
Dressed-Everett Andrews and Be
verly Farrow; Best Looking-Lloyd
Manning and Donna Maxwell;
Most Likely to Succeed-Chau Tran
and Greta Johnson; Cutest-Alton
Smith and Xan Capps; Most
Humorous-Greg Johnson and Sa
brina Barnes; Most Talented-Wil
lett Bissett and Michelle Crotty;
Most Intellectual-Chau Tran and
Nadine Wadsworth; Friendliest
Willett Bissett and Greta Johnson;
and Most Athletic-Greg Hollings
worth and Sabrina Barnes.
These students were selected by
Each of the students is deserving
of the award and should be
The Miss Ekoh Pageant was held
on Thursday of last week.
Miss Donna Maxwell was crown
ed Miss Ekoh 1983 by Miss Ekoh
1982, Dana Connell.
Miss Connell is presently attend
ing the University of North Caro
lina at Chapel Hill, but returned
home to attend the Miss Ekoh
Carla Myers received the first
runner-up trophy, and Christy
Nichols received the second runner
Lisa Madden was voted as Miss
Congeniality by the other contest
ants in the pageant.
The girls vote on the one person
they felt was the most cooperative
and the most supportive through
out the pageant.
The other semi-finalists in the
pageant were Cheryl Fanner, Tra
de Newkirk. Selina Sanchez, and *
All of the girls were very lovely.
Congratulations to all of them.
The pageant would not have
been possible had it not been for
the Hoke High Annual Staff, who
did a very good job preparing this
Charlie Parsons, the Master of
Ceremonies, also made this page
ant possible. I
The Hoke High Chorus and
Choral also aided by providing
There are many others who also
assisted, and thanks to all of you.
Harold Gillis. representing the
Hoke Reading Literacy Council,
presented awards to two hosts
tutors at Hoke County High School
The students, Pat Kellermann
and Valerie Lucky, were awarded
certificates for being the Tutors of
They are currently tutoring in
several academic areas.
Attending the presentation were
Barbara Buie, Director of the
Council. HOSTS advisors, and
nearly all of the tutors and the
students they tutor. I
Mr. Harold Gillis praised the
HOSTS for tutoring and helping
Music Boosters Hold Members Drive
The Hoke Co. Music Booster
Club is sponsoring its annual
Booster Club Membership Drive.
Membership prices are: $3 for
students, S5 for adults and $15 for
The culmination of the fund
raising drive will be a concert
March 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Hoke
High MacDonald Gym.
The chorus and bands from Up
church will perform as well as the
chorus and chorale and Hoke High
1 his year there will be a drawing
for prices at the concert:
1 he grand prize is a weekend for
two at Myrtle Beach.
Please support the Booster Club
in their fund raising effort. Com
munity support is vital to the ex
istence of music in Hoke County.
Sandhills College Open House
Planned For March 26 Weekend
Sandhills Community College is
planning a weekend of fun for all
area residents with a college-wide
open house Saturday, March 26
and Sunday, March 27.
The hours for the exhibits will be
1-5 p.m. both days.
The tenth annual Continuing
Education Arts and Crafts Show
If you ore between the ages of
15 days old and 25 years of
oge you can now purchase a
10,000 (ten thousand) life In
surance Policy for (25.00)
twenty five dollars a year.
Laurel Hill. NX.
Op?n till 10 p.m. nightly
for MEN , LADIES ? CHILDREN
will feature the weekend's ac
The purpose of the event is to in
vite people from throughout the
area served by Sandhills to come
and see the rich variety of facilities
and programs at the College.
The entire campus will be open,
with planned activities to highlight
the institution's offerings in cur
riculum and continuing education
programs. Each department will
have a special program, such as
blood pressure checks in the nurs
ing department, special hor
ticulture exhibits, use of a
Musical programs will he
presented hourly, including choral
music, bluegrass, and the SCC or
Faculty member Steve Smith
and other area poets will be gi\ ing
readings and art students and
faculty will be displaying their
The News-Journal is publish
ed every Thursday by Dickson
Press Inc. at 119 W. Elwood
Avenue, Raeford, N.C. 28376.
Second Class postage is paid at
Raeford, N.C. (USPS 388-260).
Subscription rates are payable
in advance at $10 per year in
Hoke County and $12 per year
outside of Hoke County.
The SC'C physical education
facilities will be the scene for a
soltball tournament for area teams
and a tennis tournament for area
high school players.
On Saturday, all former Sand
hills students are invited to an
alumni mixer from 5-7 p.m. A
Sunday highlight will be the
fashion show at 2 p.m., presented
by the Cosmetology department. ^
These are just a few of the ac
tivities planned for the Open
House Weekend at Sandhills Com
munity College March 26 and 27.
Just remember?there will be
lots of fun, activities, and
refreshments for everyone, and it's
McCrea Returns <
Marine Pt'c. Anthony McCrea,
son of Pa/avar McCrea of 312
Crawford St., Raeford, has return
ed from a deployment to Okinawa.
He is a member of 3rd Battalion,
4th Marines. Camp Lejeune.
His unit spent six months
overseas as part of the Marine ^
Corps unit deployment program.
I he concept is designed to rotate
whole battalions or squadrons at a
time instead of individuals at
In this way, unit integrity is re
tained and the actual time spent
overseas is shortened.
NERVES OF STEEL.
STAYS UP 24 HOURS A
DAY AND GIVES YOU
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