School News Lollipop making The RIF program at J. W. McLauchlin School was held for all second graders on Wed., April 27. Mrs. Kenra Stansfield of FayettevUle demonstrated making lollipops. Each student chose a lollipop and book. The money for the RIF project is furnished by the Raeford's Women's Club and the federal government. . -Vr: The teachers, children and staff at Scurlock Elementary School honored Mrs. Shirley Potts April 25-29 during National Secretaries Week. Mrs. Potts serves as the school's secretary. On Monday the Hospitality Committee proclaimed the week as a special one for Mrs. Potts. Students made gifts and cards to present to her. One class made a large banner which read: "Mrs. Potts is Special. Thank You." The banner was placed in the lobby for all to see. Teachers, aides and other staff members showered Mrs. Potts with all types of gifts from beautiful candlewicked craft items and fresh flowers to a pound cake and fudge. The News Journal The yews-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. School secretary honored The hospitality committee at McLauchlin school observed Secretary's Week with gifts and a party for their secretary, Joy Lpchurch. Scurlock Honors Secretary The highlight of the week was a tea which was held in Mrs. Potts honor on Wednesday afternoon. A beautifully decorated blue and white cake in the motif of a typewriter was the focal point of the refreshment table which was appointed with a lace edged tablecloth and a flower arrange ment of pink and blue silk flowers. Foaming pink strawberry punch was served with the cake which was epecially baked and decorated for Mrs. Potts by Mrs. Dee McBryde. A slimline digital watch with a matching pen was presented to Mrs. Potts at the tea by Hospitality Chairman Brenda Edwards. The entire week was enjoyed by the children and adults alike at Scurlock who feel that Mrs. Shirley Potts exhibits the very finest qualities in a secretary and is "Scurlock's Special Treasure." J.H. AUSTIN INSURANCE SINCE 1950 Home Owners Ultra Universal Life Insurance (Interest Rate 10V?%) COMPETITIVE HOME OWNERS RATE LET US QUOTE OUR HOME OWNERS RATE NO OBLIGATION 112 W. Edinborough Avenue J?hone JJ75-3867 WEDNESDAYS ALL SEAFOOD ' YOq w ?a ?r-? 'Frt?cj '**94 ?Qu? 9hlckmr C?* ?RT!B^ *>*?*? m C<* ?S./.d str/ Bar :?>zy.c"? Pa ?Va " '"'o ^?rn ?Ho ?ond.r Mu//( ?da o ?t ?de "'nr.. CV>, ?Niy ra??/n? P'.? }4"nbar ^ w?** oc A-c. Oon ?*2Ufls: li.lyu*8 '?95 ?y *??*.? fiflR. 30 AM I*** fi?Q 10 P-rn. H 11 H Hoke Highlights by Teresa Taylor A Pun Curtie On Friday of this week, approx imately 90 seniors accompanied by chaperones will take a trip to Six Flags Over Georgia. This day is "Senior Day" at Six Flags. High School Seniors from everywhere will be participating in this trip. The bus is scheduled to leave Raeford at 7 a.m. Friday. We plan to arrive at our destination around 5 p.m. The day will not end until 3 a.m. Saturday when we leave Georgia to return to Raeford. We expect to arrive home around 10 a.m. Satur day morning. The Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), under the direction of Mrs. Sally Young, are presently planting a flower garden at the Open Arms Rest Home. This is one of their many spring projects. HOSA is also sponsoring a Blood Drive as another spring pro ject. The Bloodmobile will be at the High School on Monday, May 16. HOSA members are in search of donors to give the "drop of life." Misses Myochi Dudley and Deborah Goodman will represent the Hoke County Chapter of HOSA at the State Congress in Winston-Salem on May 5, 6 and 7. They are the District winners, therefore they will go on to com pete on the state level this weekend. Miss Goodman will compete in the imformative speech category while Miss Dudley will participate in the job interview competition. Miss Dudley will also represent HOSA in the Parade of Prestige at State Congress. We wish the best of luck to both of them. Congratulations to Misses Elizabeth (Lisa) Upchurch and Kim Smith. They have been selected to attend Governor's School this summer. Miss Smith will attend Gover nor's School East in Laurinburg as an English student, while Miss Up church will attend Governor's School West in Winston-Salem in the Natural Science Program. FMA Honor Roll Named Students at Flora Macdonald Academy in Red Springs com pleted their fifth six-weeks period of this school year on April 21. 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 5th Grade Ladoska Keeter - Lumber Bridge, Eddy Owen - Red Springs and Amy Parker - Raeford. 6th Grade Clifton Watson - Red Springs. 7th Grade John McManus - Red Springs. 8th Grade Virginia Hayes - Red Springs and Martha McLean - Wagram. 9th Grade Beth McNeill - Raeford. Kim McNeill - Raeford and Tonya Pale - Raeford. 1 1th Grade Cindy Gibson - Raeford, Annie Hughes, Susan McKay, Anne McLean and Laura McLeod - Raeford. 12 Grade Ruth Bodenheimer. F.M.A. Honor Roll 5th Grade Rich Averitte - Red Springs, Karen Boyles - Raeford, Beth Bracey - Shannon, and Brian McGugan - Red Springs. 6th Grade Marcus Thompson - Lumber Bridge. 7th Grade Lida Keber - Red Springs, Chris Dailcy - Raeford, Bill McGougan - Lumber Bridge and Sherry McLean - Wagram. 8th Grade Beth McLeod - Raeford and Leslie McKethan - Red Springs. 9th Grade Vicki Russell - Raeford and Amanda Tolar - Shannon. 12th Grade Dorcas Hostetler - Raeford, Kel ly Odom - Red Springs and Missy Tyndall - Red Springs. Special Honor Roll 7th Grade Dawn Sams - Raeford 9th Grade Glenn Bracey - Shannon and Vicki Russell - Raeford. Ruth Bodenheimer Dorcas Hostetler Top Graduates Honored * Eugene L. McKethan, head master of Flora Macdonald Academy in Red Springs, has recently announced Miss Ruth Elaine Bodenheimer as valedic torian and Miss Dorcas Gore Hosteller as salutatorian of the graduating class of 1983. Recognition as class valedic torian is awarded each year to the senior student who earns the highest cumulative academic rank, as determined by the academy's differentiated system of grading in the high school. The class salutorian. Miss Hostetler, has earned the second highest academic rank in her class. Miss Bodenheimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Bodenheimer of Red Springs, was a Morehead Scholarship nominee, served as a chief marshal last year and is listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students and the Society of Distinguished American High School Students. She was president of her class last year and is currently president of the senior Beta Club. During her high school pro gram, Ruth has served on the academy annual staff, been a member of the photography club, vice-president of the Business Club and in academy mixed chorus. She was a cheerleader for two years and has been selected as a representative in May Court and Homecoming Court. Ruth plans to attend the Univer sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill next year to pursue a degree in business and accounting. Miss Hostetler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hostetler of Raeford, served as a junior class marshal, is a member of the Socie ty of Distinguished American High School Students and is listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students. She has been the recipient of the DAR Good Citizen Award, the Dan forth "I Dare You" Award and was a district nominee to the Morehead Scholarship Program. Dorcas is currently president of the Student Government Council and editor of the academy newspaper. She is a member of the senior Beta Club, annual staff and was a marshal last year. In sports, Dorcas plays on the basketball team and was chosen as most valuable player on the tennis team last year. She will enter Meredith College in the fall to begin preparation Tor a career in teaching or law. 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