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Two WBHS Juni
Rural Electric Tc
Two West Brunswick High School
students have won an expense-paid
I Rural Electric Youth Tour trip to
Washington, D.C., as part of an essay
writing contest sponsored by
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Robert Shean Cumbee and Diana
Lynn Causey, both juniors at WBHS,
will be among the 60 students from
the state participating in the tour in
early June. The tour is sponsored by
the 28 electric co-ops operating in
BETTY WALKER BUTCH YVAiJlEK
Join Island Realty
Arnold (Butch) and Betty Walker
of Sunset Beach and formerly of
Eden, have joined the sales staff at
Island Realty at Ocean Isle Beach,
owners Terry and Nancy Barbee announced
Mrs. Walker previously owned a
real estate business in Eden and has
nine years of real estate sales experience.
Her husband, a native of
Keidsville, has three years of experience.
Both are active in professional
Both Fire Chief Jimmy PiRott and
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uuuru presiaeni jvsikc polls were reelected
to office April 12 by members
of the Shallotte Point Volunteer Fire
Other officers elected include Earl
Osinore, vice president; and Bob
Hoff, secretary-treasurer. Reelected
to the board of directors were
Dorothy Suggs, Palmer Suggs, Jimmy
Stanley, Helyn Phillips, J.B. Harrison
and Joyce I-and. Newly elected
to the ^oard are Earl Osmoe and
Potts, Joyce I-and and Dorothy
Suggs are co-chairing ine department's
annual Flounder Tournament.
to be held June 7 and 8 at
Tripp's Fishing Center.
Earns Music Award
East Carolina University School of
Music has awarded Kimberle Dosher
of Southport, a freshman French hornist,
a S250 A.J. Fletcher Foundation
School of Music scholarships are
based on musical talent and potential.
Federal Paper Board Companyhas
received the N.C. Nature Conservancy's
In 1977 the company donated 13,850
acres to the conservancy to establish
the Green Swamp conservation area
off N.C. 211. ~ *
A former Federal employee. N.C.
Forest Service chief Harry layman,
received the Conservancy's top
award for years of service to conservation.
Layman was formerly
superintendent of land acquisition of
Federal's Woodland Division in
Charles "Buddy" Tate of lake
Waccamaw received the conservancy's
stewardship award. He is a consulting
forester for the Conservancy.
Sgt. Graver L Gause, son of Ruby
C. Gause of Route 1, Shaliotte. has reenlisted
in the US Army at Fort
Bragg for six years
Gause is a vehicle driver with the
18th Airborne Corps. He graduated
from West Brunswick High School in
Pic. Allen D. Hoi. a missile crew
member with the 3rd Infantry Division.
has been decorated with the Arj
my Achievement Medal in Kttzingen.
The medal is awarded to soldiers
I for meritorious service, acts of
courage or other accrmptishraenls
A 1963 graduate of South
1 Brunswick High School, he is the son
of Wilhs W and Sue T Hux of Route
Cumbee, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Gene Cumbee of Supply, and
Ms. Causey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas L. Causey of Shallotte,
were among the four essay winners
chosen by BEMC to join the tour.
Herbert Ray Pickard of Lake Waccaniaw,
a junior at Hallsboro High
School, and Kimberlyn Wells of
Clarendon, a junior at Williams
Township High School, were also
chosen for tour.
Pvt. David 1, Call has completed
one station unit training (OSUT1 at
the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort
OSUT is a 12-week period which
combines basic combat training and
advanced individual training in all
the duties of a rifle or mortar cmiod
Call, son of Jerry D. and Brenda
Call of Southport, graduated from
South Brunswick High School in 1982.
UNC Lists Graduates
Five Brunswick County residents
are among the list of candidates for
graduation on May 12 from the
University of North Carolina at
Graduates are Carta Jean Clawson
of Ocean Isle Beach, MA in teaching
physical education; Sibyl Anne
Hcwctt of Supply, oo in pharmacy,
Joel Ashby Broadway, AB in journalism
and political science;
Catherine Mills Cornish, BA in
English and speech, and Kobin
Nesmilh, BS ui math sciences.
formerly of the I
has joined Ocean I
Isle Furniture as IB
manager trainee. fl
Ferrell attended U ^
Appalachian nl, 6j|
State University kBtv
and now resides HTs X "
at Ocean Isle
Kenny Southerland of Iceland has
been inducted into the Order of the
Tower leadership organization at
I<ees-McRae College in Banner Klk.
Membership in the group is limited
to 12 outstanding students selected
each spring from the rising
sophomore class. Southerland
graduated from North Brunswick
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For Bill Dis
Mothers planning to give birth at
the Brunswick Hospital may qualify
for obstetrical discounts ranging
from ten to 20 percent off the final
bill, announced hospital Business Office
Manager Teresa Chappell.
Discounts will be awarded to patients
based on their length of stay
while delivering at the hospital and
promptness in payment of bills.
Effective April 1, the Brunswick
Hospital implemented its revised
financial policy, Ms. Chappell said.
In order to qualify, patients must
comply with at least one of three provisions
listed in the hospital's financial
One policy guideline allows for a 20
percent discount off the estimated
obstetrical charges if the entire
estimated amount is paid by the
Another arrangement allows for a
ten percent discount if the patient
pays half of the estimated charges by
the delivery date and the remaining
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A ten percent discount will also be
awarded if the final bill if the
mother's length of stay is 48 hours or
Thursday, April 25
Amanda Andrews, Angel Rachel
Norcrnss, Holland Pigott, Fred Simmons;
Mr, and Mrs. Luther C. Batten,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardee.
Friday, April 26
John Galloway, Ilita Hewett, Wendy
Geddings, Debbie Thorsen, Alfred
I/ee Flowers, (.'Kris Daniels, Rita
Hewett, Wendy Hewett, O. Kenneth
Hewett, Polly Caison, Mina Smith,
Saturday, April 27
Dale I Jiner, Kristin Williams,
Mark Holden, Jennings Edge,
Manuel Evans, laiuvenia Turner;
Mr. and Mrs. Bozell Hewett.
AARP To He
Beverly Morrison of Prudential Insurance
Co. fo America will discuss
the AARP group health Insurance
program at the Thursday, May 2,
meeting of Calabash Cliaptcr 3640 of
the American Association of Retired
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at
the Calabash Kirc Station.
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If a patient's insurance policy provides
for at least 80 percent of the
coverage, which covers the final bill
after applying the discounts, the bill
will be considered paid in full.
Other areas covered in the
hospital's revised financial policy include
deposit and payment requirements,
emergency room collections
and delinquent account collections.
"A recently completed financial
audit reported that a number of
delinquent accounts exists at TBH,"
a news release from the hospital
siotcs, "snd 11k? hosplls! must nisks
every effort to collect on these bad
debts in order to continue efficient
The collection policy states that all
accounts remaining unpaid after 60
days will warrant some type of collection
The Brunswick Hospital urges
anyone who may have a past due account
with the hospital or questions
about the new financial policy to con
tact the business office between the
hours of 6:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Sunday, April 26
Heather Stnnley, I.uia Mae
Causey, Sarah Gurganus, Alexis
Bulow, Robert Kreitas, Knthy K. f~
Galloway, Virginia l-ong, Marion
Holden; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hickman
and Mr. and Mrs Charlie Singleton.
Monday, April 29
Bradley Benton, IJndsey Joy
Bolton, Jim Cole, Penny Carlylc.
Tuesday, April 30
Charlie Singleton, Alma Anderson,
Jack Byrd, Janet Jewell. C.E. Gore,
Jay King, Eliza Howett.
Wednesday, May 1
Tina Hewett, Greg Bellamy, Carvln
Robinson; Mr. and Mrs. Rozier
DeBoise, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pope.
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Ms. Morrison will explain the
benefits available under various
levels of the plan to members age 50
and above and the Medicare supplement
plans for those age 65 and older,
said chapter spokesman Percy E.
All persons interested In tlie plans
are nvited to attend, he said.
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