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May 12, 1983, edition 1 /
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Dwight Oxendine To Get Degree
Dwight Oxendine of Raeford,
will receive the B.S. Pharmacy
degree from the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill dur
ing graduation exercises on Sun
day. He is he son of Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Oxendine of Rt. I. Box 626.
Red Springs and attended Hoke
High School in Raeford.
Following graduation he will be
employed at Cape Fear Valley
He is married to Cynthia
Locklear, daughter of Mr. and
mrs. Freeman Locklear of Red
While in the School of Phar
macy he was on the National
Dean's List, Student Branch of
Association, a membr of American
Society of Hospital Pharmacists
and a member of Carolina Indian
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Raeford Mayor John K. McNeil! welcomes Harold Salmon, district manager for the new Max way stores to the
city. Salmon was in town to supervise final reconstruction and assist in the ribbon cutting ceremony last Wednes
day. The ribbon cutting ceremony officially honors the grand opening of the newly remodeled Maxway.
. . .Chamber
(Continued from page I A)
--John Howard (Howard
New officers, in addition to
Parker, who were elected by the
membership for the 1983-84 year
-Benny McLeod (Hoke Cotton
Warehouse) elected first vice
?Terry Houston (Burlington In
dustries) elected second vice
--Ruth Parrish (Medicine
Shoppe) elected Secretary
Running side by side with this
week's election is the Annual
Chamber of Commerce dinner
which will feature Secretary of the
North Carolina Department of
Commerce, D.M.(Lauch) Fair
The dinner will be held in Hoke
High School's Gibson Cafeteria
May 24 at 6:30 p.m.
According to Chamber of Com
merce Director Earl Fowler, the
Hillcrest 4-H'er Named
Leah Hendrix of the Hillcrest
4-H Club has been named
Southeastern District Winner in
the 4-H Consumer Education Pro
ject. She was named winner as a
result of her work on her
cumulative project record book in
Leah has been in 4-H for two
years and has done work in con
sumer education, foods and nutri
tion, health, recreation, and crafts
projects. She has participated in
numerous activities, including
District Junior 4-H Day, 4-H
Achievement Night, District 4-H
Activity Day, and 4-H Talent Con
In the consumer education pro
ject, Leah has completed activities
in comparison shopping,
distributed pamphlets on Teletip,
and Energy Conservation, and
done demonstrations on preparing
economical foods. She was named
County Winner in the egg cooking
demonstration. She has presented
programs at her local 4-H club and
assisted with workshops for other
Leah has served on numerous
local and county committees and
has been active in community ser
vice projects such as Heart Fund
Drive and Fire Safety Week Obser
Leah is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Hendrix.
Hoke FHA'ers Attend District Meet
Hoke County FHA members
participated in the District IV Pro
ficiencies on April 23. at the Lee
Senior High School in Sanforci
Those members participated in
these events: Pam Barnes, Creative
Clothing Display, placed third;
Sharon Breeden, Public Speaking;
Valeria Galberth and Adriene
McPhatter, Chapter Display; Con
shetta Holmes, Job Application;
Bonny Monroe, Merit Test;
Theresa Thornton, Nutritious
Snack for Teens; Donna Walson,
Consumer Decision Making; l.or
rie Wallers, Cake Decorating,
Lorrie will compete on the state
level representing District IV. She
is the daughter of Robert and
Cassie Walters of the Ashley
Nearly half of all school age
children fi\ their own breakfast at
least twice a week.
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dinner is a "very important
meeting for this community."
"We want as many people as
possible to attend this meeting,"
Anyone interested in attending
this dinner should contact the
Chamber of Commerce at
875-5929 for reservations.
Reservations for the dinner will
be taken until Friday, May 20,
Tickets for the event are $6.00
each. Fowler added.
ABC officer named
James l.ee Madden, 45, has been
appointed to replace Sam Motley,
who retired in March. Madden was
sworn in Tuesday May 3 to take
the position of County ABC of
ficer. Madden brings with him two
years experience as a Hoke deputy
sheriff and one year of experience
as a Raeford f'olice officer.
Although he is originally from
Ohio, Madden has been living in
Hoke County for over 20 years.
According to Madden, the first
order of business will be to " get to
know all the store owners he will
be working with as well as the
public. "I'm really looking for
ward to this new job, / love work
ing with the law enforcement, "
Deaths & Funerals
Mrs. HaJlie Graham Giles died
May 3 in Fayetteville. Funeral ser
vices were held 2 p.m. Thursday
afternoon at the Crumpler Funeral
Home Chapel by Rev. Kelly
Burial was in Raeford cemetery.
She is survived by three sisters:
Miss lla Graham of Raeford, Mrs.
Willa Carpenter of Raeford and
Mrs. Jean Renfro of Asheville.
Crumpler Funeral Home served
the family. . , *
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