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Tammy D. Munday
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Munday
of Weavervillc announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Tammy D., to Private First Class
William Leon Clark, United States
Army, Fort Benning, Georgia, son
) of Mr. and Mrs. William LeRoy
Clark of Raeford.
The wedding will take place
Saturday, June 18, at the
Reemscreek Presbyterian Church
in Weaverville, North Carolina.
The bride-elect is a 1982
graduate of North Bunscomb High
School, Weaverville. She is
presently employed by Coca Cola
Company in accounts receivable.
( The groom-elect is a 1981
graduate of Hoke County High
School, and attended Hamilton
Auto Diesel College in Charlotte
before joining the United States
Mr. and Mrs. John Balfour visited
her mother, Mrs. Harlowe, in New
Bern the past weekend.
Mrs. Palmer Willcox and family
spent the weekend at Holden
To Our Staff
We invite her
customers to come
by at her
118 W. Edinborough Ave.
Chamber of Commerce)
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
Miss Patricia Winchester and
Charles Crowder, whose wedding
will take place next Sunday, were
honored Friday, April 29, at a
drop-in. Hosting the affair were
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Tolin and Mr.
and Mrs. Willis Sellars, at the
home of the latter.
Azaleas and candles decorated
the entertaining rooms.
Punch, bridal squares and
assorted finger foods were served
from the dining table, covered with
pink net over lace. The centerpiece
was a miniature bride and groom,
flanked by pink candles in crystal
The bride-elect received a cor
sage of astermums, gifts of china
and flatware, presented by the
Twenty guests attended the af
Mary Elizabeth Warlick,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A1
Warlick of Raleigh, was christened
in a ceremony at Philippi
Presbyterian Church, Sunday,
May 8, following the morning wor
Mary Elizabeth's grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hord of
Raeford. She also has an older
brother, Duncan Warlick.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gibson at
tended the festivities of NCSU
alumni weekend in Raleigh last
weekend. The main attraction for
the Gibsons was the reunion of the
19S3 graduation class, held at the
Jane McKimmon Center. Mr. Gib
son was a member of the class and
enjoyed renewing friendships of
fraternity brothers and classmates.
Thonk You All For The
Many Kind Deeds
Shown To Our Family
After We Lost Our Home By Fire
The Perry Family
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Donna Carol Holland
Holland - Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Holland
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Donna Carol, to Mack
Lewist son of Mrs. Frances Lewis.
The bride-elect is a 1981 graduate
of Hoke County High School. She
attended East Carolina University,
Greenville, and is presently
employed with United Carolina
Bank of Raeford.
The groom-elect is a 1980
graduate of Hoke County High
School and is employed by Faberge
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, August 13 at Raeford
To Meet May 1 8
The Retired School Personnel
Association will meet Wednesday,
May 18, at 10:30 a.m. at the Hoke
Visiting artist from Sandhill
Community College, Gordan Fox
Kreplin, a classical guitarist, will
present the program.
The meeting will be the last one
until they resume in the fall.
Mrs. Lena Terrell had as Mother's
Day visitors, her daughter, Mrs.
Lana T. Parker of Elon College,
and her granddaughter, Sgt.
Hester P. Schultz, of Fort Bragg.
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Turner of
Florence visited their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Douglas Turner and Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Inman, during
Mr. and Mrs. Whiteford Jones of
Colonial Heights, Virginia, spent
the weekend with his mother, Mrs.
John Allen Jones.
Jack Blount of Georgia arrived
Sunday for a visit in the home of
his niece, Mrs. T.B. Lester.
Saturday, May 14, 7:30 p.m.
Raeford Jr. Woman's Club
Profits to TMH Qoss ot Upchurch
Mr. and Mrs. Richard "Doc"
Ivey invite friends and relatives to
attend the wedding of theif
daughter, Pamela Gay, to Kenneth
Julian Barnes, son of Mrs. Julian
Barnes and the late Mr. Barnes.
The wedding will take place at
the Raeford United Methodist
Church on May 22 at 3 p.m.
Immediately following the
ceremony a reception will be held
j in the church fellowship hall.
Miss Ivey Feted
1 At Bridal Parties
Miss Gay Ivey was honored
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Julian Barnes with a lingerie
shower. Hostesses were Mrs.
Julian Barnes of Rockfish, Mrs.
Craig Overcash of Mooresville,
and Mrs. Jeff Davis of Charlotte.
The bride-elect was presented a
corsage upon her arrival. Fifteen
guests were served light
refreshments from the dining
table, which was accented with
yellow and white daisies and
chrysanthemums, flanked by
Miss Ivey was presented with
many lovely gifts of lingerie from
those attending. The hostesses gift
was a white silk laced trimmed
nightgown and matching slippers.
Miss Ivey is the May 22 bride
elect of Kenneth Barnes.
Miss Ivey was honored at a lun
cheon at the home of Mrs. J.W.
McPhaul Saturday. Co-hostesses
were Mrs. Jimmy McPhaul and
Mrs. W.T. Gibson.
The honoree was presented an
iris corsage upon arrival.
Fourteen places were set for
guests at (he dining table and two
tables in the living room. Lovely
arrangements of mixed spring
flowers centered the tables.
The hostesses presented the
bride-elect a china plate and a
5-piece place setting of stainless
steel in her chosen patterns.
Miss Flora Hasty
Miss Maude Poole and Mrs.
Hugh Lowe entertained with a lun
cheon Saturday at the Manor Inn
in Southern Pines, honoring Miss
Flora Ann Hasty of Maxton,
Mixed spring flowers decorated
the table where places were marked
for ten guests.
Miss Hasty received a white or
chid corsage and gifts of crystal
and silver from the hostesses.
Guests included the bride's
mother, Mrs. Pete Hasty of Max
ton, her sister, miss Elizabeth Has
ty of Maxton and her grand
mother, Mrs. T.B. Upchurch of
Raeford. Also, Mrs. Leon McKay
of Dunn, Mrs. Neill McFadyen,
Mrs. James Weaver and Miss
Petria Poole, all of Raeford.
Box Office Open
Noon-6 p.m. Daily
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Mrs. Carlton Niven, Social Reporter, 875-3785
Mary Evelyn Adams
Adams - Edwards
Miss Mary Evelyn Adams of
Raeford, daughter of Euclid
Groves Adams and the late Mrs.
Adams, of Laurinburg, will
become the bride of Roger Dale
Edward of Raeford, son of Mrs.
John Robert Edwards and the late
Mr. Edwards of Roseboro, Sun
day, July 17.
Wedding vows will be spoken at
the First United Methodist
To Meet May 19
The Sandhills Christian
Women's Club will meet at the
Country Club of North Carolina
Thursday, May 19 at 11:30 a.m.
CWC is an interdenominational
women's group with no member
ship or dues. All are welcome. The
buffet lunch is S5.50.
Guest speaker will be Jean
Nelson from Chicago, Illinois.
Mrs. Nelson is a teacher and
counselor for women. She has
spoken to Women's Clubs in U.S.,
Canada, and Orient and Europe.
Sandy Fraley from the Diet
Center in Southern Pines will
speak on Nutrition for the special
feature. The Belle Tones, the local
women's barbershop chorus under
the direction of Barbara Roush.
will provide the special music.
A free, pre-school nursery will
be provided at the Brownson
Memorial Presbyterian Church in
Southern Pines. Mothers should
bring a sandwich for the child.
Reservations for the luncheon
and the nursery should be made by
calling 875-3759 no later than
Monday, May 16.
The Raeford Friendship Club
members met at 12 o'clock noon,
Tuesday, May 3, at the Raeford
United Methodist Church
fellowship hall, for a covered dish
luncheon. Thirty-two members en
joyed the occasion. The devotional
service was led by Mrs. J.T. Haire,
During the business session,
following lunch, it was announced
that a new van had been ordered
for the Hoke County Parks and
Recreation Department; and will
be delivered the last of the month.
The new van will also be available
for use by the senior citizens.
Mrs. Rossie Floyd and Mrs.
Sadie McCrimmon were appointed
to prepare the hostess committee
for next year.
Miss Josephine Hall announced
that a meeting in Pembroke,
honoring members of the club
from four counties, will be held
Get well cards were signed and
mailed to Mrs. Ethel Monroe,
Mrs. W.J. Coats, Mrs. W.P.
Phillips, Mrs. Oleta Lopez, Alson
Potter, George Wood, Dr. Marcus
Smith and Rev. Arthur Winstead.
At Philippi Church :
The women of Philippi :
Presbyterian Church were*
hostesses at a "Mother-Daughter" ?
banquet Saturday evening. Forty--"
three ladies were present.
Mrs. Carrie Posey, president of
the Ladies Circle, read two
beautiful poems, and presided dur
ing the banquet.
Mrs. Louise Hord presented
gifts to the two ladies with the
most generations present. They
were Mrs. Thelma Priest and Mrs
Jean Threatt Newton. Members of ?
the family of Mrs. Priest present
were her daughter, Mrs. Louise
Harrell, granddaughter, Sharon
Harrell Graham, and great grand
daughter, Chrystal Gail Graham.
Members of Mrs. Newton's family
present were her mother, Mrs. Ber- ?
nice Thomas Threatt, her grand
mother, Mrs. Ollie Deese Thomas
and her great grandmother, Mrs.
Ella Carpenter Deese.
Mrs. Deese will be 95 in June
and was presented a gift for being
the oldest mother in attendance.
Others receiving gifts were: Mrs
Nellie Brock, mother with the most
living children; Mrs. Virginia
Stone, mother with the youngest
child, Mrs. Elizabeth Warlick,
mother of the youngest baby pre
sent. and Mrs. Sharon Harrell
The delicious meal was prepared
by Lester Baker and staff of "The
Each person received a com
Mt. Calvary Church
The Mt. Calvary Church of
God, Raeford, held its annum
Mother's Day service on SunJ; >
May 8 at 4 p.m. The speaker for
the event was Miss Valinda Jean
Miss Valinda Jean Brown, a
senior Physical Education major at
the University of North Carolina
in Chapel Hill where she is a
member of the United Christian
Fellowship Choir, Drama Guild,
and Nursing Home Ministry, BSM
and Choir, and the Siler-Brown
Valinda attended Hoke County
High School where she graduated
June 10, 1979.
While in high school, Valinda
played Softball four years, and ten
nis three years. She received three
athletic letters in softball and three
In her senior year at the annual
athletic banquet, she was awarded
Most Valuable Player in Tennis
and Coaches Award in softball.
Valinda was also awarded the
honor of All American High
School Athlete in the sport of Ten
nis. She was a member of Students
In Action For Education,
fellowship of Christian Athletes
Future Homemakers of America'
Monogram, and Library Clubs
and the Raeford Youth For Christ
She is the daughter of Mrs.
Pearlie K. Brown and the late John
A. Brown, Sr.
She spoke on the topic: "The
Significance of Mothers and Their
Day. Julia Ward Howe made the
first known suggestion for a
Mother's Day in the United States
In 1912, the Andrews Methodist
Episcopal Church in Minneapolis
Minn., recognized Anna Jarvis as
the founder of Mother's Day.
Mother's Day received national
recognition on May 8, 1914.
She stressed in her topic, if you
are a mother then be a mother in
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