School News iWJtW ?? Circus night Soloist in the cast of "A Night Under The Big Top" are hack row left to right, Charles Cash (ring master ), Tammie Hendrix, Kent Locklear, Michelle Crotty, Bobby Carter; front row left to right. Adriene Kemp, Melody Williamson ( ring master ?), and Caroline Ansley. Big Top Musical Set For Hoke High May 19 The circus comes to town May 19 when the Hoke County High School Chorus and chorale will present "A Night Under the Big Top" in one week at 8:15 p.m. in the McDonald Gymnasium. Several soloists will be featured. Kent Locklear plays P.T. Bar num, and Michelle Crotty plays Chairy Barnum. They never seem to agree on anything, but their per formance of "1 Like Your Style" proves that their love overcomes all. Barnum's first attraction is a 160-year-old woman played by Caroline Ansley. Despite her age, she sings "Thank God I'm Old." Another of his attractions is on ly 25 inches tall. General Tom Thumb, played by Lynn Branch, who sings "Bigger Isn't Better." Barnum finds yet another attrac tion in Jenny Lind, played by Tammie Hendrix. Unfortunately for Chairy Bar num. he runs away with Jenny after touring "New York, New York," proving that "Love Makes Such Fools Of Us All." Barnum finally comes to his senses and returns to Chairy with the promise to live in "Black and White," which is sung by Adrienne Kemp. Barnum finds a business partner in J A Bailey. "The Prince Of Humbug," played by Bobby Carter. Other soloists include Bryan Foster. Arnold Miller and Willett Bissett. Donna Spangler and Charles Averitt. Other songs performed by the chorus and chorale include "Send In the Clowns," "Join The Circus." "The Colors of My Life," and "There Is A Suckcr Born Ev'ry Minute." The program will be covercd by WKFT TV 40 in Fayetteville. Admission is $2.00 in advance and $2.50 at the door. Davis Honored At Cast Carolina Ken Davis of 403 McMillion Street in Raeford was among 44 student and graduate nurses who have been inducted into East Carolina Univesity's Beta Nu chapter of Sigma Theta Tau honor society. They formally accept ed membership at the chapter's an nual spring induction ceremony in the auditorium of the Jenkins Fine Arts Center on campus Saturday. Highlighting the event was a keynote address, "The Nurse as Scholar," presented by Dr. Helen Smith Gets Diploma Carolyn Williams Smith received her high school diploma on May b at Sandhills Community College during the annual Continuing Education Achievement night. The News Journal 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 S12 per year outside of Hoke County. Yura, professor and director of graduate studies at Old Dominion University. The purpose of Sigma Theta Tau is to recognize and reward research and achievement in the field of nursing. Membership is open to outstanding students, nurse educators and practicing nurses. Behind the scene Anne Dorsey (top) director of the performance, Stacey Miller (middle) choreographer, and Caroline Ansley (bottom) publicist, all remain behind the scenes but play a very vital role in getting ".4 Might Under The Big Top " ready for the May 19 performance. Martinez Receives Medical Appointment Ricky A. Mariinez of Raeford, a senior medical student at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University, has been awarded a 1983-84 house of ficer appointment at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. He will train in internal medicine. Martinez is the son of Mrs. An na Martinez of Raeford and Mr. Tony Martinez of New York City. He is one of 101 students who will receive the M.D. degree May 16 during commencement exercises on the Wake Forest campus. John THE INSURANCE CENTER Service Is Our Most Important Policy" te insurance Services' rs ; Aytoracrfflle * Gritfp1 * UU C Disability Tariy Fffe Companies FINANCING Jimmy Lupo AVAILABLE 409 Central Ave. 875-4001 Raeford, N.C. W. Gilbert, a member of the British parliament and Labor Par ty member, will be the commence ment speaker. Bowman Gray graduates will take house officer training in 52 hospitals in 23 states and the District of Columbia. House of ficer appointments are made through the National Intern/Resi dent Matching Program. : HOSA Students Attend 7th Annual Congress The Hoke High Chapfei_of Health Occupations students of America (HOSA) had four delegates to attend the 7th Annual HOSA Congress at the Hyatt House in Winston Salem on May 5, 6 and 7. Th?. ielegates attended sessions which included Health Education information, leadership skills development, and listened to pro minent guest speakers. Competitive events were held in cluding informative speech, writ ten medical terminology, medical terminology spelling, job seeking skills, extemporaneous health display, extemporaneous speaking, parliamentary procedure contest, basic first aid, and chapter activity books. Deborah Goodman and Miyochi Dudley, from Hoke High HOSA Chapter competed in Informative Speech and job seeking skills. Four voting delegates par ticipated in the business session. Representing Hoke County as voting delegates were Deborah Goodman, Miyochi Dudley, Vainette Weber and Carol Davis. Parliamentary procedure was followed and all business sessions were conducted by students. Matthews Tapped For UNC Award l Ronald Lee Matthews Jr. of Raeford has been selected as the recipient of the John Gold Scholarship to attend the Universi ty of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School. The scholarship, which is award ed to incoming graduate students who are planning a career in local government, is awarded in the amount of SI, 000 each year. Matthews graduated Cum Laude with the Pembroke State University Class of 1983 receiving his B.A. degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice. While at Pem broke, he was a member of the Sociology Honor Society. Lee graduated with honors from Robeson Technical College with a degree in Police Science prior to at tending Pembroke. While attending Pembroke the last four years, Matthews was also employed full time by the City of Raeford as a Fire-Police Dis patcher. Matthews, who is a native of Winston-Salem, was a graduate of Southern Wayne High School in Goldsboro and participated in the Air Force Junior ROTC three of his four years in school. Other honors and awards Mat thews has received include being a member of the National Honor Society, being awarded the American Legion Medal for w \ r ^ Ronald Lee Matthews Jr. scholastic excellence, and serving as a marshall at Robeson Technical College for the class of 1980. Lee is the son of Raeford City Manager Ronald and Faberge nurse Barbara Matthews. Matthews is the grandson of Van D. Matthews and John Glen and Ella Mae Hedrick, all residents of Winston-Salem. GET GRADUATION NEWS IN for our special section to be published June 9 JLSSSJ QUAKER STATE Qt. Deluxe 10W40 Motor Oil Regularly 1.15! Quaker State 10W40 motor oil. Limit S. Palmolive Deodorant Bar Soap Regularly 39'! 4 75 ounce bars of Palmolive deodorant soap. 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