The News-Journal (Raeford, N.C.) /
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by Teresa Taylor & Pam Currie
Chorale members will be travel
ing to Canada this week. Members
will leave on Thursday.
They will spend Thursday
^ through Monday morning on their
trip. They will be touring and sing
ing for groups.
The freshmen are taking some
annual testing on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday morn
ings for an hour and a half. Other
students will stay in homeroom un
til testing is completed.
There will be a Spanish Club
Dance during lunch on Friday.
^ Money was due yesterday for the
senior trip to Georgia. Forty
dollars was to include your bus
fare and admittance ticket to Six
The Special Olympics will be
held on Thursday, April 17.
HOSTS, the senior volunteer
tutors, at Hoke High School, will
admit juniors to the organization
Honored as tutor of the month
is Terri Bethea.
Terri will receive a certificate
award from the Hoke-Reading
Terri is currently tutoring 5
underclassmen in academic sub
These Hoke High seniors were
named superlatives last week:
?Most School Spirit - Charles
Averitt and Wanda Brown.
--Most Popular -- Greg Holl
ingsworth and Teresa Pickett.
--Most Athletic -- Greg Holl-/
ingsworth and Sabrina Barnes.
--Most Humorous - Greg
Johnson and Sabrina Barnes.
--Best Dressed - Everett An
drews and Beverly Farrow.
--Best Looking - Lloyd Manning
and Donna Maxwell.
?Most Intellectual - Chau Tran
and Nadine Wadsworth.
Cutest - Alton Smith and Xan
?Most Talented - Willett Bissett
and Michelle Crotty.
?Friendliest - Willett Bissett and
?Most Likely to Succeed - Chau
Tran and Greta Johnson.
iiHLH - KT
V/CA WINNERS: The Hoke High VICA (Vocational Industrial Club of America) club brought back awards
from the district four contest held at Favetteville Tech on March /. Pictured are from left to right front, Larry
H'ichard, Carl Bundy, Sherman Chavis, Terry Long, Glennis Jacob, and Mr. Arthur Kemp. Back row
Lend ward Simpson deft), Danny McDiarmid, Robin Graham, Gene Blue, Anthony PowelU
For Soup, It's Vegetables
If the students of Louise Barn
well's class practice what they
preach, they are indeed healthy
Evidence of their belief was ob
vious as the class presented an
assembly program to the faculty,
parents and students of West Hoke
As Juanita Lowery announced
their names, each student portray
ing the various vegetables and two
basic seasonings, marched across
Passing in review, under close
scrutiny were: Henry Campbell,
Nakia McLaughlin, James Hurst,
Bentley Lowery, Jeffrey Purcell,
Kenneth Davis, Lisa Blue, Angela
Kearns, Shanga Hollingsworth,
Jermaine McLaughlin, Anthony
Sanders, Brian Bronson, Bridget
Gillis, Tasha Roman, Julie Jor
dan, Felicia Johnson and Lonnette
Tachia Johnson, Maria
Latkowski, Kristina Ellington and
Juanita Lowery joined together in
their presentation of "Chicken
Soup With Rice."
Soup is not soup and has no
nutritional value with just a
mineral as just a basic ingredient.
How well the traveler was aware
of this as he Bryan Monroe, so
cunningly convinced a complete
household that a bit of meat and
vegetables would make "Stone
Soup" a delicious, as well as a
After adding a little of this and a
little of that, constant stirring and
slow cooking, the traveler served
his stone soup.
The tasters agreed that this soup
indeed was a taster's choice.
Assisted by Betty Hendrix, the
characters in the old folk tale,
"Stone Soup" included: Julie Jor
dan, Bryan Monroe, Dione
Henderson, Lonnette Leggett,
Tasha Roman, Vincent Purcell,
Felicia Johnson, Vincent Purcell,
Kristyn Jackson, Tasha Roman
and Tom Wright.
jFlora Macdonald Honors Students
Students at Flora Macdonald
Academy in Red Springs com
pleted their fourth six-weeks
period of this school year on
Headmaster Eugene Mckethan
released the names of the following
students whose academic perfor
mance earned them recognition on
the academy's three honor rolls.
I The Headmaster's Roll requires
an overall average of at least 95,
the F.M.A. Roll an average of
90-94, and the Special Roll is com
posed of students, who raised their
average at least 5 points over the
preceeding grading period.
Headmaster's Honor Roll
Ladoska Keeter - Lumber Bridge,
| Brian McGugan - Red Springs, Ed
dy Owen - Red Springs, and Amy
Parker - Raeford.
Clifton Watson - Red Springs.
Bill McGougan - Lumber Bridge,
Sherry McLean - Wagram, John
McManus - Red Springs and Beth
Shook - Lumber Bridge.
Virginia Hayes - Red Springs and
| Martha McLean - Wagram.
Beth McNeill - Raeford, Kim
McNeill - Raeford and Tonya Pate
1 1th Grade
Cindy Gibson - Raeford and Laura
McLeod - Raeford.
Ruth Bodenheimer - Red Springs,
Dorcas Hostetler - Raeford and
f Kelly Odom - Red Springs.
F.M.A. Honor Roll
Rich Averitte - Red Springs, Karen
Boyles - Raeford, Beth Bracey -
Shannon and David McBryde -
Marcus Thompson - Lumber
Chris Dailey - Raeford.
Leslie McKethan - Red Springs and
Beth McLeod - Raeford.
Mary Chase McLean - Wagram
and Amanda Tolar - Shannon.
Missy Tyndall - Red Springs.
Special Honor Roll
Josh Hayes - Lumber Bridge,
Steven Hedgpeth - Raeford, Ken
McDonald - Red Springs and
Alyson Shannon - Raeford.
WHERE MOST OLDER
FOLKS LIVE. Fewer than 5 per
cent of people 65 and older are in
stitutionalized. In the U.S., 86 per
cent of the 65-plus population still
live in the same houses in which
they lived before retirement.
Main St. Raeford. M.C.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Only
I?1?. It's a Converse? Leather
CC Reg. Price *41? 8ALE PRICE $3800
* * Come See * *
* * Come Get * *
APRIL '83 K?
Sugar Plum Cake
Peanut Butter Delight
Sugar Plum Cake
Rolls or Cornbread
t A S T E R HOLID
'Turkey Roast w/Gravy
Buttered June Peas
?Chi 1 1 Beans
Corn Dog or
Hot Dog on Bun
French Fries, Catsup
Pork Pattie v/Cravy
'Vegetable Beef Soup
Peanut Butter & Jell'
Buttered June Peas
**hick Fillet on Bun
Lettuce & Tomato
French Fries, Catsup
Think oi all th? wonderful
foods bom around u?
world w* can enjoy today
What ar? th? (arorttei?
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Camanon ftxjd S?rvtc*
OPEN 9 til 9
Mon. thru Sat.
Edenbo rough Center
greet the season
black & white
Chariot strip* shirt wfth
rufflad front 31 .00
Unad jack at with wait
Matching baitad slim . _
shirt with pockata 31 ?UU
3/4 slaava, bow blousa _ _
with plaatad front 31 ?00
Two pockats, straight _ _ AA
lag pants with bait 3 5 .UU
Matching dirndl skirt _ -
with batt 31 .OU
SapiritM ara machlnaa waahabla
Abardaan . A co^Jaga-town fabric
of 100% polyMtar. Whtta or bteck.
Slzaa 6 to 13.
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