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Swearing In
Last Thursday Clerk of Court Juanita Edmund ( left I swears in John
McAllister (right) as Acting Superintendent for the Hoke County School
System. McAllister succeeds former Superintendent Raz Autry who
retired officially on Thursday. The former assistant to Autry will serve as
head of the county schools until a new superintendent is appointed.
Saturday Marks Pembroke State Day
Mayor John K. McNeill, Jr. has
proclaimed Saturday, March 26, as
"Pembroke State University Day"
in Raeford and is encouraging all
of the citizens of Raeford and
Hoke County to participate in
special recognition of PSU on that
day.
Ronald L. Matthews, city
manager whose son, Ronald, Jr.,
graduates from PSU in May, said:
"The Mayor, City Council, city
officials and others agreed
unanimously (when the proclama
tion was read) that Pembroke State
University contributes and pro
vides many educational oppor
tunities for our community."
The city manager added: "I am
personally acquainted with the
University because of my son
graduating there in May."
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On March 26, PSU will have its
"Singers and Swingers" and other
personnel in Raeford from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m. at the Edenborough
Shopping Center (off highway
211), showing the resources of the
University.
Exhibits will include an Air
Force ROTC film and displays
such as art, communicative arts,
(Pembroke Magazine, Pine Needle
student newspaper, and PSU year
book), computer science, Native
American Resource Center, radio
and TV, and science.
Open House Slated
At Sandhills College
The list of activities for San
dhills Community College's Open
House Weekend continues to
grow! The SCC campus will be full
of fun for all ages Saturday,
March 26, and Sunday, March 27
from 1:30-4:30 p.m. both days.
The 10th Annual Continuing
Education Arts and Crafts Ex
hibits will be set up in the Student
Hall. A wide variety of crafts will
be on display; woodcarving,
basketry, quilting, painting,
pinecone crafts, to name just a
few. Some of the special events
scheduled for the Student Hall will
be clogging groups, dulcimer
music, and a fashion show by
students from continuing educa
tion sewing classes.
Many of the departments at the
College will be offering special
programs. These include:
Engineering Technology, survey
ing equipment and microcom
puters; Radiologic Technology, ex
hibits; art exhibit, NASA films.
Stage Band concert; Respiratory
Therapy, lung disease prevention
exhibit; Medical Laboratory
Technology, miscroscopes and
slides; poetry reading by Stephen
Smith, Peter Sellars or Woody
Allen film festivals with discus
sions; open greenhouses and holly
gardens, music by the "Bluegrass
Turf Band".
The Sandhills Library will have
exhibits featuring the early history
of the College and historical
newspaper headlines dating from
1851. Tours of the Library will be
conducted, showing such
highlights as the Civil War print
collection. The Library will also be
having a book sale.
On Saturday from 5-7 p.m.
former SCC students and alumni
are invited to gather for light
refreshments. This Alumni Mixer
provides the chance to see former
classmates and instructors.
The
News Journal
The Mews-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.
Other University materials such
as slide show, brochures, etc., will
be on display. Free refreshments
will be available.
In preparation for the "Day,"
Chancellor Pual Givens spoke
Monday to the Raeford Lions
Club and will speak Thursday to
the Raeford Kiwanis Club.
A special PSU display will be in
21% H?ke County Library May
As Dr. Robert Reising, acting
uirector ot admissions at PSU,
says: "This is an attempt on Pem
broke State University's part to
show appreciation to Raeford for
its support and its many fine
students and to alert everyone
there to our University's many ser
vices and resources."
Special letters are being sent to
PSU students and alumni in
Raeford.
In the event of rain on Saturday,
March 26, the PSU concert and ex
hibits will be held in the Hoke
County Library.
Reception Held
Burlington Mills sponsored a reception for its employees am! their
children involved with the reading enrichment program. The reception H as
to honor those students who completed the program. The program was ac
cording to a Burlington spokesman, a fulfilling experience for the children
and beneficial as well.
Turlington Students
Hear Recorder Concert
Music In Our Schools Week was
held March 7-13 with the theme
"Music Is Everybody's
Language."
The sixth graders at J.W. Turl
ington had the opportunity on
March 12 of hearing a recorder
concert by Janet Best. She is a
member of a recorder ensemble at
U.N.C.G. Miss Best demonstrated
the soprano, alto, tenor and bass
recorder.
For the first time, the students at
Turlington are learning to play the
soprano recorder. The recorder is a
wooden or plastic type of flute
with a whistle mouthpiece called a
fipple.
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