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us to the tournament. They were
not needed so we had to lug them
around with us for the SVi hours
I we were there.
The play on Friday was compos
ed of groups of a professional and
four amateurs. They (the
amateurs) were either sponsored
by some company or had paid to
play with the pros. We saw
Ashwell Harward come in on the
18th hole and he was playing right
along with the other duffers. 1
don't believe 1 could have hit the
ball in front of so many people.
1 We talked with Harward and he
said the pros were real nice to play
with and they would help you by
giving tips when you asked for
The crowd Friday was small, but
from all reports the tournament
was a success and should be on the
schedule again next year. We hope
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Saturday afternoon and then
again Monday morning I had the
good fortune to play golf with an
old high school pal at Arabia.
Robert Ward Whitley was in town
visiting his sister, Mary Hazel.
Robert now lives in Philadelphia
and has been there since 1941. He
is married and has four children.
He said that he was retired, but
that his wife was still working.
We talked about the old days at
Raeford High School and very
often Robert would say that he had
forgotten that incident. His com
ment to me was that my memory
was very good.
Since he hasn't been around to
talk with Robert Gatlin, Devoe
Austin and many more he doesn't
know how important it is to
remember old places and incidents.
It is always nice to see old
friends and recall old times, but it
is doubly good to be able to ride
with someone for a few hours and
not be interrupted when talking
So golf kinda made my
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This is the last time a notice will
be run about the deadline for the
graduation section of The News
Journal. The issue will be publish
ed on June 9.
This has been very special to the
seniors and we would like for
everyone to have an opportunity to
appear in this section.
The deadline for ads in the issue
will be Wednesday, June 1. If you
haven't already obtained an ad,
then call today, 875-2121. Ann
Webb will be glad to help you with
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According to an article in a daily
newspaper, we may be paying
more for stamps in the near future.
It seems that the post office
department is making money for
the first time in a while, and to
keep this up they must put in to
If inflation and interest rates
come down and also the costs of all
items we buy, will we still give
everyone a lOVo raise each year?
Some folks have never worked
in a job without getting a raise
every year. How times change!
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In addition to The News
Journal, Dickson Press Inc. has
published the Fort Bragg Paraglide
since 1960 and the Spring Lake
News since 1979.
The company also operates
"The Image Men," a commercial
printihg firm with a plant in Fayet
Mrs. Helen Dupree (left) was honored at a tea on May 18 at Hoke High
Library. Mrs. Dupree is retiring after teaching science and biology at
Hoke County High School for 30 years. Mrs. Dupree was presented a pla
que by Dr. Linwood Simpson (right), principal of Hoke County High
School and gifts from the faculty and staff. Also honored were Jim
Bowles, math teacher and former principal at McLauchlin Elementary
School and Joe Jenkins, teacher of the Extended Day program. Special
guests were Judge Joe Dupree, Joe Drpree, Jr., Caroline Dupree Davis
and Jean Dupree Ingram. Also Dr. Robert Nelson, Superintendent of
Hoke County Schools. Refreshments were prepared by the Home
Economics classes and served by members of the Science Club.
Hilyard English recently retired
from the Raeford Plant of Burl
ington Industries after 28 years
continuous service. Mr. English
worked in the Spinning Depart
ment for the duration of his career
at the local facility. He served In
the capacity of Doffer until 1974,
when he became a Roll Buffer.
English was presented a Retire
ment Plaque and Bible upon retire
ment. " Hll " as his friends and co
workers refer to him plans to take
it easy and do a lot of fishing dur
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