The News-Journal (Raeford, N.C.) /
May 12, 1983, edition 1 /
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Women's winners: Marilyn Semones (left) women's A singles winner,
Jo Ann Simpson (center) and Mary James (right) women 's A doubles win
ners in the Heart Association Tennis Tournament.
Merchants Bowling League
James Nixon 175
Sylvester McAllister 173
Alexander Kelly 172
Luther Taylor 170
Larry Black 168
Marion Hollingsworth 162
Lee Dixon 162
James Singletary 161
George McKoy 161
200 + And High Series
Mike Smith 200
Alexander Kelly 209
Bill Hendrix 203, 579 series
Howard Hendrix 212
Hollingsworth Florist 2 Foursome
Michaels I Hollingsworth Bus Co.
Auto Parts 0 Shoe Chest 4
Strikers 4 Towne Barber Shop 0
A. A. Meetings
Wed. 8 p.m.
This Week's Schedule
Michael's vs. Auto Parts
Towne Barber Shop vs. Four
Strikers vs. Hollingsworth Bus
Hollingsworth Florist vs. Shoe
Standings W L
Hollingsworth Bus Co. 92 48
Hollingsworth Florist 87 53
Michael's 72'/: 67 Vi
Strikers 71 69
Foursome 64 76
Towne Barber Shop 63 77
Shoe Chest 62 78
Auto Parts 49 Vi 90 '/i
FASTEST ANIMALS. The
cheetah, clocked at speeds ex
ceeding 70 miles per hour, is the
world's fastest land animal. In
comparison, greyhound dogs run
at a top speed of about 40 miles per
hour, and the fastest human run
ners can sprint at 28 miles per
1976 Galaxy with
1976 Evenrude Motor. 17 ft.
Call after 6 p.m.
401 North By-Pass
ROLL-OFF CONTAINERS DUMPSTER CONTAINERS
Commercial - Industrial
free Estimates On Container Repair
MADE TO ORDER
WHILE YOU WAIT
?Diesel Mechanic On Duty
?Many Diesel Truck Parts
Winners in the annual Heart Fund Tennis Tournament which h-os spon
sored by the Hoke County Tennis Association. From left to right, Chess
Hayes (men 's A doubles winner), Terry and Scott Houston (father-son
Winners in the Heart Fund Tennis Tournament are Larry and Bill Up
church (father-son winners)
Other winners in the Heart Fund Tennis Tournament were: Left to right,
Douglas Burke (men's B singles), Debbie Burke (women's B singles
runner-up), Mary Stone (women's B singles winner) and Scott Houston
(men 's B doubles winner).
COMPLETE INSECT CONTROL
FROM THE HOME TO THE FARM
?Federal Crop Insurance
Route 1, Box 251-A Shannon, N.C. ^
Phone 875-8912 f&k.
Richard McMillan 875-2493 Nights 875-5614
MALE REDTICK HOUND
Disappeared on Monday. May 2nd near the Mountain Creek
area in Hoke County. Located between 5 Points community and
the Blue Farm. Could also be in Scotland County
$ ? REWHRD ? $
- CALL COLLECT -
875-4258 - 281-4555
The Johnson Co.
SAVE MONEY ON YOUR HAIL INSURANCE
? 10% off on rates
The Tae Kwon Do Karate class sponsored by Hoke County
Parks and Recreation Commission will meet in the Parks and
Recreation office on Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-7 p.m. For
more information, please call the office at 875-5603.
Jr. Tar Heel Baseball
The Parks and Recreation Commission is organizing a Junior
Tar-Heel Baseball League for all interested participants ages
Players eligible are those whose 15th birthday comes on or
after August 1, or those whose 13th birthday comes on or before
The sign-up will take place on Saturday, May 14 at 9 a.m., at
Upchurch Baseball Field. All potential players must bring their
birth certificates even though they have participated in a Parks
and Recreation sponsored athletic program prior. We are
preparing for four teams in this year's league. All sign-ups will
be on a first come first serve basis.
Little League Baseball
All boys and girls interested in participating in LittlajLeague
this summer will meet at Armory Park on Saturday, May 14, at
the following times: 10 year olds at 9:00 a.m., 11 year olds at
10:00 a.m., and 12 year olds at 1 1 :00 a.m.
To be eligible you must turn 13 on or after August 1 ,1983. All
potential players must bring their birth certificates even though
they have participated in a Parks and Recreation sponsored
athletic program prior.
T-Ball To Start
All boys and girls interested in playing T-League baseball this
summer should meet at the J.W. Turlington School field on
Saturday, May 14 at the following times: 7 and 8 year olds 1
p.m., and 9 year olds at 2 p.m
To be eligible for T-Ball all players must turn 7 before August
J, and must turn 10 on or after August 1. All potential players
must bring their birth certificate even though they have par
ticipated in a Parks and Recreation sponsored event prior.
The Parks and Recreation Commission is looking for new
program ideas. If you have any suggestions of programs you
would like to see offered, please contact the Parks and Recrea
tion office at 5-5603.
The Parks and Recreation Commission is planning a co-ed
softball league for adults and/or youth. If you are interested
please call the Recreation office at 5-5603 and give us your opi
nions or suggestions.
Little League and T-Ball Coaches
There will be a meeting for all interested Little League and
T-Ball coaches at the Hoke County Parks and Recreation office
on Monday, May 9, 7:30 p.m. All suggestions and new ideas are
Baseball Clinic - Little League
Hoke County Parks and Recreation Commission will sponsor
a Little League Baseball Clinic on Saturday, May 28, at Armory
Park from 9 a.m. to noon. All boys and girls ages 10, 1 1 and 12
who are interested in playing Little League Ball are encouraged
to participate. Roger Edward, Hoke High School's Baseball
Coach, will direct the clinic.
Jr. Tar Heel Baseball Clinic
The Parks and Recreation Commission will sponsor a Jr. Tar
Heel Baseball Clinic on Saturday, May 21 at the Hoke High
Baseball Field, from 9 a.m. -12 noon. All boys and girls ages 13,
14 and 15 who are interested in playing Jr. Tar Heel Baseball are
encouraged to participate. Roger Edward, Hoke High's Baseball
Coach will direct the clinic.
Liniment Softball Meeting
Hoke County Parks and Recreation Commission will hold an
organizational Meeting for the Men's Liniment Softball League
ages 30-up on Wednesday, May 1 1 at the Parks and Recreation
office at 7 p.m. All interested teams should have a representative
Ladies' Softball Meeting
Hoke County Parks and Recreation Commission will hold an
organizational meeting for the Women's Softball League ages
16-up on Wednesday, May 1 1 at the Parks and Recreation office
at 7:30 p.m. All interested teams should have a representative
Jr. Tar-Heel Coaches Meeting
There will be a meeting for all interested Jr. Tar-Heel Baseball
coaches at the Hoke County Parks and Recreation office on
Wednesday, May 18 at 7 p.m. All suggestions and new ideas are
The Parks and Recreation Commission will offer a Co-Ed
Volleyball League for interested teams and individuals. There
will be an organizational meeting on Thursday, June 2 at 7:00
p.m. in the Recreation office.
To be eligible you must be a high school graduate and up, or
age equivalent. Each team will be limited to 12 members. Com
petition will involve teams of at least 3 females and 3 males. In
terested teams must have a representative present. If you are in
terested in playing, but are not a member of a team, you are en
couraged to attend the meeting also.
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