North Carolina Newspapers

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFadyen
and Miss Kathy Hood attended the
graduation exercises at NCSU,
Raleigh, Saturday. Bill Hood
received the Bachelor of Science in
Civil Engineering - Construction.
He is presently employed by the
North Carolina Department of
Transportation, Raleigh.
Mrs. Jean Renfro recently return
ed to her home in Asheville after
being here during the death and
funeral services of her sister, Mrs.
Ollie Graham Giles.
Mrs. Fleet a Maxwell spent several
days in Rockingham last week in
the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Claytie Maxwell.
Attending the graduation of Miss
Donna Scarboro at UNC-Chapel
Hill Sunday, were her mother,
Mrs. Martin Scarboro Jr., grand
mother, Mrs. Martin Scarboro Sr.
and Heather Scarboro. Miss Scar
boro received a degree in Dental
Mrs. Lacy McNeill recently spent
the weekend at Holden Beach. Her
guests were her sisters. Misses
Isabel and Betty McFadyen, Mrs.
Irvin Hubbard, Raeford, Mrs.
Harmon Lindsay and Mrs. Paul
Alligood, Fayetteville, and Mrs.
Robert McCreery, Chargrin Falls,
Mrs. Kathy Hood earned the Post
Doctorate degree in Comparative
Psychology from Temple Universi
ty, Philadelphia, Pennslyvania.
She is presently a Post Doctoral
Fellow in Psychiatry at UNC,
Chapel Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris and
children visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Harris, during the
weekend. They were en route to
their home in Durham after spend
ing the past week in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Pannell left
Monday to return to their home in
Lake Forest, California, after a
visit here with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Pannell, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Warner.
Publication Rules
For Social Page
The deadline for submitting wed
dings and engagements for publication
to The News-Journal is noon on the
preceding Thursday. Photographs
should be in black and white.
The deadline for personal items,
bridge clubs and all other social news
is S p.m. Monday.
Forms for weddings and
engagements may be picked up Mon
day through Friday during business
All news may be turned in at The
News- Journal. 875-2121. or by calling
Hazel Niven. 875-3785; Monday
through Friday. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Kemp - Peterkin
ofISr:.?n(i Mrs- Arthur B Ken>p
or Raeford announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Cassandra
*ib?rtIne to Te"y Leonard
Peterkin, son of Mr. and Mrs
James Peterkin, Sr. of Raeford.
? Jhec,wedd|n8 >s planned for 5:00
p.m. Saturday, June 18, on the
lEZ,? .. *^d Mrs- Arthur B
Kemp s home, Raeford.
The public is invited to attend
Methodist Ladies
Meet In Lumberton
With Mrs. Cole
,,ahuCSQ?fJhe Monday mo?"nmg
ii : 4 dy Group" of the
United Methodist Church, joined
Mrs. B.B. Cole, at the Methodist
Retirement Home in Lumberton,
Monday of last week for their
monthly meeting.
They were greeted by the direc
tor. Wayne Power, and Mrs.
Helms, appointed hostess, and
served refreshments of strawberry
shortcake and coffee.
Mrs. John T. Haire, president,
presided over a short business
meeting and announced that
meetings would be adjourned until
Mrs. Cole taught the Bible
atudy, organized several years ago
?f rshe was the original
teacher before entering the home
in Lumberton. Her topic was the
Twenty-third Psalm.
The Fidelis Pearl S. Cole Sunday
School Class, named after Mrs.
Cole and taught by her for many
ywrs. is still taught by her every
third month when her health per
After the meeting, the Raeford
ladies joined Mrs. Cole for lunch
in the dining room.
Those attending from Raeford
were: Mrs. John T. Haire, Mrs.
A J. Freeman, Mrs. Glenn Wood,
Mrs. Heston Rose, Mrs. Harriette
Mauney, Mrs. Younger Snead
Mrs. Ed Smith, Mrs. Charlie Mor
rison, Mrs. Earl Floyd and Mrs.
R.A. Mathcson.
Miss Robin Long
Bride-elect Feted
Miss Robin Long, June 4 bride
elect of Steve Connell, was a recent
honoree at a lingerie shower at the
home of Mrs. Fred Holland. Co
hostess was Miss Donna Holland
Horal decorations in green and
pink motif were used in the enter
taining rooms.
The bride-elect opened and
displayed the many lovely gifts
presented by those present.
Mrs. Helen Connell of Lumber
on, mother of the groom-elect,
was a special guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray Beason an
nounce the birth of a son, Ben
jamin Ray, May 2, at Cape Fear
Valley Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Faircloth
of Raeford and Mrs. June
McReynolds of Royal Oaks,
Michigan, are grandparents.
Mrs. Beason is the former Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roy Hem
bree of Hattiesburg, Mississippi,
announce the birth of a daughter,
Kristi Nicole, May 2, 1983, at
King's Daughters Hospital,
Brookhaven, Mississippi.
Mrs. Hembree is the former Nancy
Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice E. Gray.N Sr., of
Leakesville, Mississippi. Mrs.
Gray is the former Betty Garris^p*
of Raeford. Her mother, Mrs.
A.J. Garrison, now lives in
Paternal grandparents are the Rev.
and Mrs. Dan G. Hembree of
Moss Point, Mississippi.
Lumber Bridge WOC
Observe Anniversary
Mrs. W. Kempor Fitch will be
the speaker at the one hundredth
anniversary observance of the
Women of the Church of Lumber
Bridge Presbyterian Church, Sun
day, May 29, at 1 1 a.m. Congrega
tions of Parkton and Rex Churches
have been invited to join the
Mrs. Fitch, wife of the pastor of
Bethel and Shiloh Presbyterian
Churches, is a past president of the
Fayetteville Presbytery Women of
the Church, and well known as a
Bible Study Leader.
Mrs. D.G. Malloy, Jr., presi
dent of the women's group of
Lumber Bridge Presbyterian
Church is general chairman of the
observance. Mrs. George R.
Shook, great-granddaughter of the
first president of the Ladies Aid of
the present Women of the Church,
will be the welcoming speaker.
Dinner on the grounds will
follow the service. Dr. Robert K.
Gustafson, head of the Depart
ment of Religion and Philosophy
at Pembroke State University, will
be host pastor.
Mrs. Johnson
Mrs. June Johnson was hostess
to the members of her bridge club
Tuesday evening of last week.
After a dessert course two tables
of members played bridge.
Mrs. A.R. FitzSimons was reci
pient of the high score prize.
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Mrs. Carlton Niven, Social Reporter, 875-37SS
Paula Johnson, Larry Hamilton
Pledge Wedding Vows Here
Miss Paula Jean Johnson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Paul Johnson of
Raeford, became the bride of
Larry Eugene Hamilton, son of
Mrs. Thomas Eugene Hamilton
and the late Mr. Hamilton, of Bir
mingham, Alabama, Saturday,
May 14. The double ring ceremony
took place at the Raeford
Presbyterian Church at 3 o clock.
Dr. John Ropp, pastor, officiated.
The church altar was centered
with a large arrangement of white
peonies, fuggi snapdragons, star
burst gypsophila, and springari
fern. Each side of the altar was
graced with a tree candelabra with
white tapers and an arrangement
of flowers matching the altar
centerpiece. Pews were decorated
jwith gypsophila and springari fern
and bows of white lace.
A program of nuptial music was
presented by Ashley Burrell,
organist, and Daniel Norton,
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She wore a formal
gown of white organza with silk
venice lace bodice, featuring a high
neckline with sheer bishop sleeves
and long cuffs of silk lace. Ruffles
edged the shoulder and extended
from the waistline the length of the
gown, creating an apron effect,
and extending into chapel train.
The layers of sheer flounces were
lace trimmed.
Her floral silk halo, with fresh
stephanotis and gypsophila, top
ped the chapel length veil of illu
sion. . . , .
She carried a colonial bouquet
of white roses, stephanotis and
baby's breath, tied with strands of
pearls and satin streamers.
Miss Marinell Johnson, sister of
the bride, served as maid of honor.
She wore a formal gown of lilac
chiffon over taffeta, styled with
spaghetti straps, empire waistline
accented with tucks, and matching
tucks on the botton of the gown. A
matching chiffon jacket with roll
ed neck collar and tucks on sleeves
accompanied the gown. She car
ried a nosegay of purple daisies,
raspberry miniature carnations,
shell pink sweetheart roses, and
gypsophila, tied with lavender taf
feta and white lace ribbon
streamers, and centered on a white
lace spanish fan with Rogarth
design . .. _ .
Bridesmaids were Misses Barbar
Ann Hamilton. Birmingham.
Alabama, sister of the groom,
Susan Townsend, Raeford, Dana
Bales, Smithfield and Barbara
Richardson, Southern Pines. They
wore gowns and carried nosegays
identical to the maid of honor.
The groom was accompanied by
Nelson Kemp of Winfield,
Alabama, as best man.
Groomsmen were Steve Pierson,
of Lewisville, John Arzonico,
Virginia Beach, Tom Morgan,
Sulphus, Louisiana, and Archie
Cashion, Winston-Salem.
The mother of the bride chose a
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Pat Howard j
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two piece silk taffeta dress in per
ri winkle. The long sleeve jacket
featured a collar with ruffles, ex
tending front of top, with straight
skirt sheered at waistband. She
carried a matching clutch purse
with a purple catteya orchid.
The mother of the groom chose
a formal gown of mauve satin with
three quarter length sleeves, jewel
neckline, lace bodice with a sash
tied at the waist. Her corsage was a
white orchid with ruby throat.
The bride is a 1979 graduate of
Peace College, and a 1981
graduate of the University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, with
a Bachelor of Science degree in In
dustrial Relations.
The groom is a 1978 graduate of
Auburn University with a Bachelor
of Science degree in Civil
Engineering. He is employed by
Fowler Jones Construction Com
pany in Winston-Salem, where the
couple will make their home.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was given by the bride's
parents at The Manor Inn in
Pinehurst. Guests were greeted by
Mr. and Mrs. William Wagoner of
The reception room was
decorated and refreshments were
catered by Manor Inn.
Following the rehearsal Friday
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Village & Owen Drives ? Fayetteville
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Mrs. Larry Eugene Hamilton
evening, a dinner was hosted by
the groom's mother and his best
man, at the Lobsteer Inn,
Southern Pines. Members of the
wedding party and family were
Mrs. June Johnson and Mrs.
Frank McFadyen of Raeford, Mrs.
Roamie Williamson and Mrs. Har
mon Lindsay of Fayetteville, were
hostesses at a luncheon for the
bride-elect and her bridesmaids,
Friday, at the Green Valley Coun
try Club in Fayetteville.
Upon arrival champagne and
hors d 'oeuvres were served.
Sixteen guests were' seated at
tables, covered with white cloths
and centered with mixed spring
flowers, for the luncheon.
She was presented gifts of china
and stainless steel in her chosen
patterns by the hostesses.
Miss Johnson presented gifts to
er bridesmaids during the affair.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wagoner
and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Foushee,
Sanford, Mrs. Art Schloss,
Marina, California, Mr. and Mrs.
John Johnson, Waycross,
Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Shaw, Birmingham, Alabama,
Miss Barbara Walker,
Greensboro, John Arzonico,
Virginia Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Morgan, Sulphur, Loui
siana, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pierson,
Lewisville, Archie Cashion,
Winston-Salem, Mrs. Thomas
Hamilton, Birmingham, Alabama,
Nelson Kemp, Winfield, Alabama,
Jack Wooten, Raleigh, Miss Dana
Bales, Smithfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Paulk, Charlotte, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Dry. Albemarle, Mr.
and Mrs. Greg Arnberg,
Charlotte, Miss Barbara
Hamilton, Birmingham, Alabama,
Brent Rockett, and * Dennis
McNeill, Winston-Salem, Miss
Melrose Edwards, Smithfield,
Miss Robin Merritt, King, Jerry
Tuttle, King, Miss Sandra Hinton,
Chapel Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Watts, Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs.
Banks Richardson, Southern
Pines, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rob
bins, Nashville, Tennessee, Miss
Rosemary Wagner, Cary.
hospital News
Wade McDougald - Surgery May 9
Rev. A.W. Winstetd ? Surgery
May 12 .

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