Johnson-Ham i Iton Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Paul Johnson announce the engagement of their daughter, Paula Jean, to Larry Eugene Hamilton of Win ston-Salem. son of Mrs. Thomas Eugene Hamilton and the late Mr. Hamilton, of Birmingham. Ala | bama. They will be united in marriage at the Raeford Presbyterian Church. May 14. The bride-elect is a 1979 graduate of Peace College, and a 1981 graduate of the University of North Carolina. Chape! Hill, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Relations. She is em ployed by an insurance agent in ) Fayetteville. The groom-elect is a ,1978 graduate of Auburn University with a Bache lor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He is employed by Fowler Jones Construction Com pany in Winston-Salem. Bridqe * Mrs. FitzSimons Mrs. A.R. FitzSimons was hostess to the members of her bridge club, and one visitor, Mrs. Ransom Baucom, Tuesday evening of Jast week. A dessert course and coffee were served before the game. nuts, candy, and Cokes during play. Mrs. Carlton Niven won the high Mrs. Neil Senter entertained her bridge club Thursday evening of last week. Visitors were Mrs. Paul Burnett and Mrs. Luke McNeill. A dessert course was served before the game. Mrs. John Campbell was high \ scorer for members. Mrs. McNeill won visitor's high score and was remembered with a gift. Mrs. Hubert Wooten entertained members of the duplicate club Tuesday of last week. Guests were Mrs. Tommie Upchurch, Mrs. } T.B. Lester and Mrs. Neil Mc Fadyen, Jr. Bridge was in play during the morning and resumed after lunch. Mrs. Wooten was high scorer and Mrs. Lester and Mrs. William E. Jones, tied for second high. Mrs. Campbell Mrs. John Campbell was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Neill McFadyen and Mrs? J.C. McLean were visitors. A dessert courSfe was served before the game. Mrs. W.T. Gibson was the recipient of the high score prize. Mrs. Senter Mrs. Wooten Deadline Social Items Monday 5:00 p. m . Bridal Couple Feted At Cookout Miss Patricia Winchester and Charles Crowder, whose wedding will take place May 15, were honored at a cookout March 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Poole, Jr. Co-hosting the affair were Mr. and Mrs. William Poole, III. Approximately 35 guests enjoyed hamburgers with all the trimmings. Among those attending frorrt out - of - town were Barry Inman of Raleigh, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson of Fayetteville. The honored couple was pre sented a gift of bake and serve bowls. Bill Poole, III, who was leaving for Florida on Sunday, also re ceived a gift from his family. Personals Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Bowyer of Laurinburg were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.V. Peele on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone re cently visited friends in Wash ington, D.C. Before returning home they vacationed in Atlantic City. Mrs. A1 Schwarcbher and son, Alex, accompanied by Mrs. Claytie Maxwell of Rockingham, visited relatives in Salisbury Sunday. Bob Gentry attended the funeral of his aunt. Mrs. W.D. White. In Roxboro, last Friday. Mrs. Robert Gatlin and Mrs. Chandler Roberts returned last week after a 10-day visit with friends in Sanibel island. Florida. Mrs. JoeGulledge returned Sunday after a visit with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Fisher, in Raleigh. She was ac companied home by Mrs. Fisher, who spent the first of the week here. They were joined by Mrs. Gulledge's other daughter, Mrs. Abb Williams of Wilmington for several days. Dr. Donald R. Johnson will attend a workshop on "Maryland Bridging and Bonding" dental techniques in Charlotte Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harris returned Sunday after spending the weekend in Durham with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris, and children. They at tended the funeral of Mrs. Harris' aunt, Mrs. W.D. White, in Rox boro. Friday. Attend Funeral Of Neil I Townsend Among relatives and friends here to attend the funeral of Neill Townsend Thursday of last week were: Mr. and Mrs. Moses Hensley of Massillon, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Hensley and daughter, Sherri, of Norfolk; William J. Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Carey Pate, Mr. and Mrs. William Bishop, Fayetteville; Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hailey, Wake Forest; Dr. and Mrs. N.B. Tate, Charleston; Mrs. Ora DuVali, Ashland, Ken tucky; Mrs. N.B. Tate, Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tate, Fairmont; James L. Tate, Jacksonville; Dr. Murphy Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murray, Greensboro; Dr. Robert Shackleford, Dr, Hervey Kornegay, Mt. Olive; Mrs. Robert Makey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emanuel, Clay Williams, William Hodge, Raleigh; Brandon Jenkins, Winston-Salem; Mrs. Grady Townsend, Lumberton; Mrs. Cecil Bond, Miss Robin Bond, Halifax, Virginia; Mrs. Russell Powers, St. Pauls. Birth Annette Frenttress Hargrove an nounces the birth of a son, Steven Miles Inman, II, February 23 at Siler City Birthing Center. SALES A RENTALS / \ PROPERTY / 14/ r\ MANAGEMENT / WWmKmm >. CONSTRUCTION /Pjj DYtttK APPRAISALS \. X REALTY 211 South Main St. P.O. Box 783 Offlc* 875-3724 Roaford, N.C. Horn# 875-3016 Ralph Bmmhmrt Honw 875-2246 Gens Carter Pierce-Wa Iters Lt. Jerry M. Pierce announces the engagement of his sister. Tammy Gaye. to Alan Craig Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie L. Walters of Raeford. The wedding is to be held at First Baptist Church, Raeford. May 14. UDC Meets March 1 1 John Reagan, Postmaster Gen eral of the Confederate States, was the program topic for the March meeting of the Raeford U.D.C. Chapter, held on March 1 1, at the Edenborough Restaurant. Miss Isabel McFadyen was program leader of the month. Mrs. Marianna McLean, vice president, presided. She led the Ritual, pledge of allegiance and salutes to the flags, and the devo tional service. An announcement was made that the State Convention would be held in Lumberton October 6-8. District V. which included the local cahpter. will be hostess. Each member was urged to attend the District V meeting at the First Presbyterian Church in Fay etteville on March 25. A dessert course, with cheese biscuits and coffee, was served during the social hour. Hostesses were Mrs. Marie Lee and Mrs. Kathleen Wilson. Miss Patricia Winchester, bride elect. was shown a bridal courtesy. Friday of last week, at a floating lingerie shower, at the home of Miss Sandy Tucker. Co-hostesses were Misses Dodi Williams and Mrs. Vicki Hendrix. Fifteen friends and contempo raries of the honoree arrived at 7:00 p.m. The bride-elect was presented a corsage upon arrival, and showered with gifts from those present. The table, covered with a white lace tablecloth, was centered with lighted tapers. Mrs. Gerald Winchester, mother of the bride-elect, cut and served the cake, and Mrs. Orville Crowder, mother of the groom elect. served punch. Guests helped themselves to ham roll, crackers, mints, nuts and pennies from heaven. Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford and Mrs. Jackie Kicklighter visited relatives in Glennville, Georgia, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Peele of Charleston were overnight guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.V. Peele Friday and Sat urday. Other guests in the Peele home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Terry of Laurinburg, and Miss Judy Scull of UNC, Chapel Hill. Courtei hown Miss Winchester Personals Bridal Couple Honored By Mrs. Chalaire Misses Patricia Winchester and Gay Ivey, bride-elects, were honored last Saturday at the home of Mrs. Eugene Chalaire. Thirty-five guests attended the floating shower from 11:00 a.m. till 1:00 p.m. The bride-elects were presented corsages of daisies, and their mothers, Mrs. Gerald Winchester and Mrs. Richard Ivey, corsages of white carnations. The refreshment table, covered with a yellow gingham checked tablecloth, was centered with a basket of varigated tulips, yellow fugi mums, orange button poms, white daisies and assorted green ery. Guests served themselves from a variety of finger foods and citrus fruit punch. The hostess was assisted by Kelly Chalaire, Debbie Miles and Holly Poole. Hospital News MOORE MEMORIAL Elizabeth Stewart - entered Sunday Edna Thomas Billy Bryant Steve Stephenson Clarence Rose SOUTHEASTERN REHABILI TATION CENTER, FAYET TEVILLE Harvey War lick DUKE Joe Huffman NORTH CAROLINA MEMOR IAL L.B. Johnson WOMACK ^ Margaret Allen - entered Monday VETERANS HOSPITAL, FAY ETTEVILLE C.H. Rowland, Jr. CAPE FEAR VALLEY Debbie Bullard Methodist Women To Hear Bishop Bishop Kenneth Goodson will speak to the United Methodist Women of the Fayetteville District, in observance of their Day Apart (spiritual enrichment) on March 23 at the Lillington United Methodist Church, 1201 Main Street, Lillington, North Carolina. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. A nursery will be provided for pre schoolers. A native of Salisbury, Bishop Goodson graduated from Catawba College and received his seminary training at the Duke Divinity School. He was a parish minister for twenty-seven years when he was elected a Bishop in the Methodist Church, in 1964. Bishop Kenneth Goodson I O-f*" Bordeaux Dinner Theatre Bordeaux Motor Inn Village ft Owan Drives ? Fayetteville Wed. thru Sun . Evenings Wonderful Family Resv. Entertainment 323-1114 Senior Citizen Box Office Open Noon-6 p.m. Daily end Group Discounts 'Yetfre Mtttom cum mm" Mrs. Carlton INiven, Social Reporter, 875-3785 Hamlet-Howell ?Jm Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jackson Hamlet of Asheboro announce the engagement of their daughter Kim Emilie, of Raeford, to Thomas Parsons Howell, son of Mr: and Mrs. William Lawrence Howell, Jr. of Raeford. The wedding will take place July 30, at the Central United Methodist Church, Asheboro. Miss Hamlet is a graduate of Asheboro High School, and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy. She was a member of the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, and is a member of the Raeford Junior Woman's Club. She is presently employed as a pharmacist and assistant manager of Revco Drug Company, Inc. in Red Springs. Mr. Howell is a graduate of Hoke County High School, and the University of North Carolina . Chapel Hill, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy. He was a member of Sigma Phi Ep silon Fraternity, and is now a member of the Raeford Kiwanis Club. He is president of Howell Drug Company, Inc. and employed there as pharmacist. Personals . Mrs. Carol Odom Keilman of Fayetteville. formerly of Raeford. was a luncheon guest in the home of Misses Isabel and Betty Mc Fadyen Sunday. She also visited other friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Teal are vacationing this week at Holden Beach. They were joined for the weekend by their son. Jimmy Teal, of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Harron have recently moved to 108 West Don aldson Avenue. Raeford. from Titusville, Florda. Mrs. Harron is the former Jane Austin. For Socio I News Call 875-2121 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heart felt appreciation for the many acts of kindness, cards and floral offerings received dur ing the illness and passing of our loved one. The family of Margaret Linthicum Lumber Bridge News b> Lib Sumner The attendance was good at the Baptist Church Sunday. The ser mon by Rev. Henry L. Foster, "Bake A Cake for God - "First". The Junior Sermon - "What Do You Think Your Church Does" - was also enjoyed by the congrega tion. The Adult Choir celebrated its annual Birthday Dinner Sunday evening with a covered dish affair in the Education Center. Mission Friends and Youth In Action met Tuesday evening at 4 p.m. Visitors at Baptist Church Sun day were Mrs. Lula Wilson of Lake Norman and Miss Melba Powers of Charlotte. Miss Powers spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Henry L. Foster and Mr. Foster in St. Pauls. Circle II Ladies of the Presbyterian Church met in the home of Mrs. Marylean Forbis on Friday evening. Mrs. Genilla Dearen gave an interesting Bible Study. Others present, Mrs. Sandy Cliston, Mrs. Effie Forbis, Mrs. Sara Ellen Maxwell, Mrs. Georgia Beck. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Mrs. John Covington spent several days last week with Mrs. Jon Evans, Allison and Susan in Raleigh. Mrs. Grady Marley has returned home after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bobby Wright and Mr. Wright in Arizona. Mrs. Edith McBryde and Mrs. Mae Thompson of Aberdeen visited Misses Lib and Lois Sumner Sunday night. Mrs. W.H. Schell came home Saturday after several days in Southeastern General Hospital. Stevie Ammons spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Ammons and sister, Miss Wanda Ammons. Stevie is a student at Campbell College. ? Miss Lina Currie of Charlotte visited her sister, Mrs. Bertha Cur rie over the weekend. Mrs. Gilmer Forbis is still a pa tient in Cape Fear Hospital. Gary Beck is spending several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Beck. Gary is in the Air Force and stationed in Las Vegas. Soy You Sow It In The News-Journal Weddings, Parties, Luncheons CALL Pat Howard 875-8635 or 875-4334 Raeford, N-C HAZEL KAY TOURS MAR. 18-20 ? Penn/ Dutch *125 1 MARCH 23-27 Florida Disney World & Epcot 175 APRIL 7-10 - Nashville, Tenn. Grand Ole Opry 1 ' 5 . 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