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Members of the Roiling Spring
I-okes Kxtension Homemakcrs Club
held n action-filled meeting on April
Following Thelma Dunn's program
on flea markets, members participated
in a fundraising auction
conducted by Kegrna Taylor. The
meeting was held at the Roiling Spring
lakes VFW Post.
Tliey also nominated club member
Helen Whecldon ant! the Boiling Sprinu
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for Brunswick County Volunteer
Awards, with recipients to be announced
Bill Kochlcr, son of Vice President
Mabel Koehler, was adopted as the
club mascot, and will attend all
Two committee of work chairpersons
were named as follows: Rcgma
Taylor, family relations: and F.vu
Club leaders heard updutcs on upcoming
events and projects at the
Kxtcnsion Homcnuikcrs Association
County Council meeting held April IS
at the Brunswick County Government
Dorothy llnnkins, citizenship and
community outreach chairperson,
announced Donor Awareness Week,
April 21-27, and encouraged attendees
to become organ donors.
Thelmu Dunn, cultural arts
cluiirperson, announced a quilt show
will be held in the (all, time nod dale
to be announced.
Members were also reminded by
Julia Stebert of plans for the AdoptFashion
ut %'iinuuiir uuiiiiM milium a i mu
will hold Its annual spring fashion
show Saturday. April 27. at 10 a.m. at
uk* siHiioltf Middle Schov! Cufr'rris
Tilled "Fashions By The Sea," the
program wiii feature the latest
fashions from stores In the Shallolte
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DN, Thursday, April 25, 1985
anda I'ay Carroll
Hall, safety. Several members, as
part of an annual club project, were
to serve as volunteers during the
Special Olympics games on April 25,
and others were to participate in International
Day activities in May,
reported Thelma Dunn.
Mary Richardson, chairman on
citizenship and community outreach,
told members about the new Ufe
Flight service and about the need for
organ donors, and reminded
members of a legislative day for extension
homemakers on May 2?..
Members also discussed the
Bruaswick Opportunities program
for special students.
The devotion was given by
Mui garet Domler.
Members present were Kegma
Taylor, Mabel Kochlcr, Eva Hall,
Edith Ogdcn, Margaret Domler,
Thelma Dunn, Mary Richardson and
Bill Koehlcr, mascot.
A-Studenl program. Kathcrlne
Davis, chairperson of housing,
energy and environment, urged other
clubs to join the Beachcombers in
cleaning up and preventing litter In
Mary Buss, extension agent,
reported on Frances t.. Poole
Scholursliip guidelines established
by an ad hoc committee and on plans
for the Fourth of July arts and crafts
The meeting was opened by President
Cllorla Bryant, with a devotional
by Ethelenc Hawcs and
refreshments provided by the Supply
n Is Saturday
and South Brunswick Islands area.
I lk' show will be proceeded by a coffee
hour and social.
Admission is $10 per person, which
will be used for community projects
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Wanda Fay Carroll of Wilmingtc
and Arnold Jackson Canady <
Shallotte were married Saturda;
April 20, at Long Leaf Baptist Churc
The bride is the daughter of M:
and Mrs. Willie H. Carroll of Wiln
ington and the late Mrs. Durema !
Carroll. Canady is the son of Mr:
Evelyn Canady of Shallotte and tt
late Raleigh J. Canady.
Rev. Johnny Hunt officiated the
p.m. double-ring ceremony. Tot
Frost of Wilmington, soloist, ar,
Miss Lisa Harrison of Wilmingtoi
A scholarship has been establishe
at Brunswick Technical College t
county extension homemakers ]
memory of the late Frances J. Poo:
of Woodburn, a longtime extensio
The Frances .1 Pnnlp Schoiarshi
will be awarded to a displace
homemaker in Brunswick Count
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Since moving to Bonaparte I-audinj
September, artist Henry Hrezexlns
landscaped yard, along with vi
dogwoods and azaleas. The work |
blossoms, earning April Yard of
Garden Club. Gardening and pali
main Interests, be said. Motelle Ki
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Hewett I!
(Carolyn) of Kuquay-Varinu have a
nounced the birth of Uieir so
Nicholas Kay, uorn April i7. 1
weighed seven pounds 15 ounces
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. i
NG, MAIN STRE
in organist, provided the wedding
y. Given in marriage by her father,
:h the bride wore a Victorian-style gown
of white organza with a cathedral
r. lengm irarn. ine gown leaiurea a
v bodice inset with lace, a high collar
5. with ruffled lace trim, long, sleeves
s. trimmed in la-e and ending in a wide
le cuff tipped with lace. Her full skirt
fell from a fitted waistline trimmed
with light blue ribbon, ending in a
3 ruffle of lace. Her tiered veil of
ly Venice lace was attached to a cap
id beaded of seed pearls and crystal
p To Heip l
d who needs to upgrade job skills
>y before entering the job market for
in the first time or re-entering it after
le an absence.
in In awarding the scholarship, applicants
with the greatest need will
p be given top priority, as will extendi
sion homemaker club members and
y members of their famiies. Previous
STAM tHOTO U1VAN UlHift
i 11 ou N.C. 17$ irom Long Island, N.Y., In
kl has planted 1,800 bulbs In his carefully
irious flowering ornamentals such as
paid off with a colorful palette of spring
the Month houors from the Long Bay
iting are the retired art educator's two
light was chairman of the selection comaby
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if, Kenneth Hewett and Mr. and Mrs.
n- Joseph M. Hewett Jr., all of
at The Hewetts also have two other
sons, Keith $ and Jason 7, and a
0. daughter Rebecca 3.
ET, SHALLOTTE, t
Spoken In V
For travel, she chose a streetlength
dress of pink silk georgette.
Her matron of honor was Mrs.
Joyce Alabaster of Wilmington. Also
attending her were Mrs. Kaye Sloan
of Wilmington and Miss Kimberly
Matthews of Jacksonville. Miss
Karen Alabaster of Wilmington was
the flower girl.
The bridal attendants wore identical
gowns of baby blue sheer
polyester with triple-tiered flounced
sleeves and skirt of cascading ruffles.
Doug Huddle of Shallotte served as
Canady's best man. Ushers were
scholastic achievement will be only
one of the factors considered.
The scholarship, with a value of approximately
$250, will cover tuition
and activity fees for three quarters if
enrolled in a technical program or
four quarters if enrolled in a vocational
Applications are to be returned to
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Torn- Rornoc nnri Tim Watson. both
of Shallotte. Jonathan Matthews of
Wilmington served as ring bearer.
Mothers of the bride and groom
both wore pink floor-length gowns.
Following the ceremony, a reception
was held in the church fellowship
The bride is a coronary care
technician at New Hanover
Memorial Hospital in Wilmington.
The groom is senior staff engineer at
Atlantic Telephone Membership
Corp. in Shallotte.
Following a wedding trip, the couple
will reside in Shallotte.
the Brunswick County Agricultural
Extension Service Office by June 1,
1985. A committee appointed by the
Brunswick County Extension
Homemakers Association President
will screen applications. More infor
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