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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, July 07, 1983, Page 12, Image 12

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UCB Dodgors Fac* Konansvillo Drugs tor* For DYB Championship The United Carolina Bank Dodgers will play the Kenansville Drugstore Reds on Thursday, July 7. for the 1983 Dixie Youth baseball championship at Turkey Field in Kenansville. The game will begin at 6 p.m. The Dodgers won the first half of the season with a 7-1 record while the Reds won the second half with a 7-1 record. The Dodgers are led by All-Star players Danny Garner. Timmy Jenkins and Michael Price as well as the fine all around play of Jeffrey Jones. Stuart Miller. Charles Miller and Vontrell Brunson. The Reds also have three All Star players in Greg Wash ? Ington. Brandon Hobbs and Stanley Jones. They have received excellent support from Davis Brinson, Russ Brinson. Jimmy Rich. Mike Bell and Jonnell Murrill. The Dodgers are coached by > Conrad Jenkins and Herman Jones while Doc Brinson coaches the Reds. League president Carey Wrenn stated that he expects this game to go down to the wire. "Both teams have very good pitchers and good de- . fensive teams. They have s played a couple of very close f games already this year. I believe it will be an emo- ' tionally-charged game." said Wrenn "In addition, we are ex pecting a National Director of Dixie Youth Baseball to be on hand to review the progress we have made in our pro gram auu u> six mc mi provements in our facilities. I hope we have a large crowd ? to support our teams. I believe it will be the kind of a game a person would like to see." he said. 1983 Standings 1st Half ! Dodgers 7-1 Reds 6-2 . Cubs 3-5 J Phillies 2-5 ? Yankees 1-6 2nd Half Reds 7-1 Dodgers 5-2 ? Cubs 2-5 Phillies 2-5 Yankees 2-5 ( Sponsors: Dodgers - UCB: Reds - Kenansville Drug J .store; Cubs - Jackson's 1GA; - Phillies - David Phillips; and 1 - Yankees - Bill Brown Enter ? prises. Dixie Youth All Stars M Selected The 1983 Kenansville Dixie Youth Baseball All- , 2 Stars have been selected to j participate in the District VII ( - tournament in Goldsboro ( ? -starting July 16. A total of 15 | * players were selected with 'two serving as alternates. ( . Each team in the league had at least two players to be named to the team. The 1983 All Stars are: UCB Dodgers - Danny Garner, Timmy Jenkins and Michael Price. Ken. Drugstore Reds - Brandon Hobbs. Stanley Jones. Greg Washington IOA Lubs - Bobby Hughes. Aaron Lawson. Dan Newkirk Phillips Phillies - Donald Hall. Ronald Hall Bill Brown Yankees ? An thony Humphrey. Patrick Miller. David Page, Jonathan Steele. These All-Stars will re ceive special recognition at the 1983 banquet which will be held July 12 at the Kenansvilte Elementary School. Admission to the banquet will be $3 for anyone over 12 years old. All others will be $1.50. However, all players will be admitted free. The banquet will start at 7 p.m. - with the meal preceding the awards ceremonies. It . Piano Lossons The former Maria Ruth Ard, now Mrs. ? Craig Ham, Is returning permanently to live in the Christian Chapel Pink Hill Community and will be available for J f private piano instruction n for all ages. Registration * for summer and fall lessons may begin July C the fourth by calling ; 568-4085 anytime. COMMUNITY PROJECT - When Mark Creech, the 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Creech of Elizabethtown. began looking for a community project to satisfy requirements for the Eagle Boy Scout award he is seeking, he had to look no further than the Tory Hole Park in his home town. Mark needed a project, and the park, in the final stages of its construction, needed some landscaping. The two, Mark and Park, were put together under the guidance of Marv green when Mark and some friends began their work. (Mark is handling the hoe above). Mark is a memberof Troop 600, and the grandson of Mrs, Harper Creech of Warsaw and the late Mr. Creech. Area Youth Attend UNC Basketball School Kevin Anderson, Tony Ginn. Larry King. Joey Butts, Tom Dawson, Bill Wiggins, Jimmy Hill, Andy Jones and B.J. Jones at tended Dean Smith Carolina Basketball School for Boys in Chapel Hill. The boys stayed at Granville Towers West and returned home June 24. Youth Attend Conference Kevin Anderson. Rusty Smith. Robin King, and Beverly Stroud left June 2h to attend Youth Frontier Conference at Cragmont. Black .Mountain. Their trip was to include a day at Gatlinburg. Tenn., and Pigeon Forge, and they returned July 2. Fun Fly The Duplin Model Aviators will sponsor a Fun Fly of remote control airplanes July 10 at the flying field located 3 miles north of Beulaville just off NC 241 on the Wilbur Sumner farm, here will be competion in climbing, gliding. Dixie Death, spot landing and the Lemans start. The public is invited to attend at no charge. There will be barbeque plates served at S3 a plate beginning at 12 and plenty of refreshments for the remainder of the afternoon. Bring the family and see remote control flying at its best. There will also be entertainment provided by Sutton's Light-fivers. They will fly and display an ultralight aircraft. See you there. R AGIO COM R 0 L M ODEL AIRCPAF1 9^ ? A \ SUTTON'S I LIGHT-FLYERS 1 ^ iamqi i trrm % mow I V p%on J >? Complete Tire Service from your 1 Farm Bureau ^^3 Service Center Quality Service! / ^ / / / ON THE FARM SERVICE discounts now available on many items Odell Hill Faim Supply, Inc. 568-4410 Located 1 Mile South of Deep Run on Hwy. 11 ? pHJONEdl \m| ???emu* ? hmdwmI ? dwy imn | WW i www wiu, m.c. 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