Sharon D. Smith
Smith - McLean
Miss Arlesta Smith and Mrs.
Mary A. Mclntyrc would like to
announce the engagement and the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Sharon D. Smith, to
Charles E. McLean, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie McLean of Red
The wedding is planned for July
2, 1983 at 3:00 in the afternoon, at
the Freedom Chapel Church.
Both are employed at the House
of Raeford. Everyone is cordially
invited to attend. A special invita
tion goes out to the class of 77 and
the second shift House of Raeford
Stork Shower Honors
Mrs Archie Crowder
Mrs. Eugene Matherly and
daughter, Mrs. Fred Smith, were
hostesses at a stork shower for
Mrs. Archie Crowder of Clinton,
at the home of the former, Satur
The dining table, covered with a
white linen cloth, was centered
with an arrangement of mixed spr
Refreshments consisting of cake
squares, open faced sandwiches,
cheese biscuits, nuts and mints
were served. Punch was poured by
the honoree's mother, Mrs. Dan
Ray, and her husband's mother,
Mrs. Otis Crowder.
After the gifts were opened they
were displayed on an appointed
table set up for the occasion.
Approximately fifteen friends
and relatives enjoyed the affair.
Dr. Marcus Smith
Mrs. Joe Gulledge
Mrs. W.J. Coates
CAPE FEAR VALLEY
Wade McDougald - discharged
Alton Potter - Surgery
Sunday, June 19th 1 p.m.
All Relat ives and
Bring, Picnic Lunch
LaRue Laureen Miller
The engagement of LaRue
Laureen Miller of Raeford,
daughter of CWO (Ret.) K.C.
Miller of Willingboro, New Jersey
and the late Mrs. Blanche Marie
Miller, to James Sherman Brown,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Brown, of Red Springs, is an
The bride to be is a graduate of
John F. Kennedy High School,
dattended the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro and
Chatham College in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. She is employed at
WGSS FM 95/AM in Lumberton.
Her fiance is a graduate of Pem
broke High School and attended
Pembroke State University. He is
employed at J. P. Stevens in
A private ceremony is planned
for June 25.
Ken Koonce was honored by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Koonce, on his birthday, Satur
day, May 21.
The surprise celebration took
place backstage at the Bordeaux
The appropriate number of
balloons had been delivered early
in the evening, and following his
performance, Ken and other cast
members gathered for birthday
cake and accessories. The cake was
decorated in the baseball theme of
the show "Damn Yankees." Ap
proximately twenty-five enjoyed
Mrs. Berder Niven observed her
birthday, Wednesday, May 18.
She was joined by her husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Niven, Mr.
and Mrs. William Niven and Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Webb, at Chris's
Steak House for a steak dinner
Mrs. J.W. McPhaul was hostess
to the members of her bridge club
at Holden Beach for the weekend.
Those going were Mrs. W.T.
Gibson, Mrs. Robert Gatlin, Mrs.
John Campbell, Mrs. T.B. Lester,
Mrs. William Lamont, Mrs. Bob
by Carter, Mrs. Neil Senter,
members, and one visitor, Mrs.
Mrs. Bennie Kelly entertained
members and one visitor, Mrs.
Luke McNeill, at her home last
A dessert course was served
before the game, snacks and
drinks, during play.
Prizes were awarded to Mrs.
June Johnson, high scorer, Mrs.
Earl Gordon, bingo and Mrs.
Mrs. Berder Niven, who had a
birthday Wednesday, was
remembered with a gift.
Mrs. T.B. Lester was hostess to
the Wednesday afternoon bridge
club last week. Visitors were Mrs.
Neill A. McDonald, Mrs.
Chandler Roberts and Mrs. Julian
After a dessert course, two
tables were in play.
Mrs. John Campbell was the
recipient of the high score prize for
members and Mrs. Wright, for
Mrs. George King entertained
members of her club Thursday
evening. A variety of party foods
and drinks were served.
High score prize was awarded to
Mrs. Fred Holland.
Gay Ivey and Kenneth Barnes
were honored on Friday evening.
May 20, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Pecora on West Cole
A yellow and white color scheme
was carried out with yellow and
white plaid table covers on the
tables on the patio, where supper
was served to the honored couple
and sixteen guests.
Among the guests were: Mrs. Et
ta Mae Barnes, mother of the
groom-elect, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Ivey, parents of the bride
elect, Hal Beavers of Siler City,
Paul and Sandy Barnes of Fayet
teville, Mr. and Mrs. David Up
church of Lumberton, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Sellars, Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Chalaire, Dr. and Mrs. Bill
Shirer, Mark Ivey, Wendy Ivey,
Amy Booker and Gerry Wood.
Robert Whitley of Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania is visiting his sister
Miss Mary Hazel Whitley.
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE
Lots of children end baby clothes.
SAT., MAY 28
8 a.m. until - -
1212 E. Prospect Ext.
Mm. Carlton Niven, Social Reporter, I7S-3785
Miss Winchester, Mr. CrowderWed
In Methodist Church Ceremony
Miss Patricia Ann Winchester
and Charles Greer Crowder spoke
their wedding vows Sunday, May
15, at a ceremony at the Raeford
United Methodist Church, at 4:00
p.m. The Rev. Herman S.
Winberry, former pastor, of
ficiated at the double ring
The altar flowers were multi
colored daisies and pink and white
snapdragons. Two seven -branched
candelabra and two fifteen
branched candelabra, entwined
with daisy chains holding white
candles, and two white wicker
wedding baskets with mammoth
Boston ferns, graced each side of
the altar. Candles and multi
colored daisies were used to mark
family pews. Arrangements of
springari and gypsophila, centered
with a candle, adorned the win
dows in the sanctuary.
A program of wedding music
was presented by Mrs. Stephen
McNeill, organist, and Kenneth
Koonce, soloist. The processional
hymn, "Trumpet Voluntary" by
Purcell, and the recessional hymn
"Wedding March" by
Mendelssohn were used. Mr.
Koonce sang "The Wedding
Song" and "The Lord's Prayer".
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She chose a wedding
gown of poly organza with Venice
lace trim, featuring a sweetheart
neckline and bishop sleeves. The
ruffled flounce skirt, trimmed with
Venice lace, extended into a
Her matching lace mantilla was
attached to a Camelot cap, and ex
tended to walking length.
She carried a bridal cascade bou
quet of multi-colored daisies with
Miss Lisa Huffman served as
maid of honor. She wore a formal
gown of chiffon over taffeta in cin
namon. The gown featured a
draped neckline, full A-li'ne skirt
with ribbon tie belt. Her hairpiece
was made of white daisies and gyp
sophila, and her arm bouquet was
of multi-colored daisies and gyp
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Sandra
Stogner, and Misses Angela
Strother, Pamela Wood, Deborah
Tolin and Carolyn Wilburn. They
wore gowns and arm bouquets
identical to the maid of honor.
Tracey Williamson was flower
girl. She wore a white formal
gown, and carried a white wicker
basket, trimmed with pink bows
and satin streamers, and filled with
The groom was attended by
Samuel Crowder as best man. He
wore a yellow double rose bouton
niere. The father of the bride also
wore a yellow rose boutonniere.
Groomsmen were Franklin
Williamson, Robert Stogner, Will
Johnson, Charles Winchester,
Jerry Tucker and Archie Crowder.
They wore a white daisy bouton
Jamie Bell served as ring bearer.
He wore a white carnation bouton
niere, and carried a white satin ring
The mother of the bride chose a
formal gown of dusty rose with
matching lace jacket. The groom's
mother wore a formal gown of
mint green with matching chiffon
cape. They both wore corsages of
FOR FATHER'S DAY
Fin# Appirfj For Men And Young K!*n
Mrs. Charles Greer Crowder
M rs. Franklin Crumpler
directed the wedding.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Winchester. She
is a 1981 graduate of Hoke County
High School, attended Peace Col
lege and is currently enrolled in
Pembroke State University.
The groom is the son of Mrs.
Orville Eugene Crowder and the
late Mr. Crowder. He is a 1972
graduate of Hoke County High
School, and is currently employed
with Carolina Tile Distributors,
Inc., of Charlotte, as a sales
Immediately following the
ceremony a reception was given by
the bride's parents in the church
fellowship hall. Guests were
greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Delbert
Minshew, and Mr. and Mrs. Otis
The refreshment table was
centered with a silver candelabra
with an arrangement of multi
colored daisies. The wedding cake
was decorated with daisies and
Mrs. Robert G. Townsend and
Miss Ethelynde Ballance presided
over the punch bowl. Mrs. Alfred
K. Leach and Miss Susan Town
send cut and served the cake. Tea
girls were Misses Larinda Butler,
Mollie Upchurch, Wendy Wood
and Ann Mercer.
The bride's book was kept by
Mrs. William Freeman, aunt of the
bride, and Miss Marie Freeman,
cousin of the bride. Pink daisies in
a pink crystal bud vase adorned the
Goodbyes were said by Mr. and
Mrs. Raz Autry and Mr. and Mrs.
Following the reception the cou
ple left for a wedding trip to
Florida. Mrs. Crowder's traveling
costume was a gray and white sun
dress with matching jacket, gray
shoes and accessories.
The groom and his mother,
hosted the after rehearsal dinner at
the Edinborough Restaurant
Saturday evening. A centerpiece of
large irises were used on the
honored couple's table.
Approximately 40 guests were
seated for a roast beef dinner with
The groom presented the
groomsmen and other members of
the wedding party with gifts.
Mrs. Lewis Upchurch, Jr., Mrs.
Jack Tucker, Mrs. Eddie Ramsey
and Mrs. Reggie Frahm were
hostesses at a luncheon honoring
the bride-elect and her bridesmaids
at the home of Mrs. J.W. Walker,
Saturday, May 14.
The dining table and smaller
tables were covered with Army
Navy white cloths over pink with
satin streamers. Pink and white ar
rangements of mixed flowers
centered the tables.
Guests were seated for a three
Miss Winchester presented her
attendants with gifts. She was
remembered with gifts from the
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Deese of Car
thage announce the birth of a son,
"hadwick Langston, May 2, at
Moore Memorial Hosptial.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. David Quick of Ashley
Heights, and maternal j. rand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Salzwedel of Carthage.
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