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Southern, third place, Joy Johnson i
I-eland Middle School student
Michal Burton will represent
Brunswick County in the 1985
Scripps-Howard National Spelling
Bee in Washington, D.C., in June.
For the second straight year, a
fifth-grader has taken the county title
from students representing grades
5-8 from six county schools. Burton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I-exie Burton,
won a 18-inch color television set
and trophy after winning the match
against 10 outer contestants last
Thursday night in Bolivia.
Sponsored by the Shaltotte Junior
Woman's Club and the State Port
Pilot of Southport, the spelling bee
concluded in less than an hour as the
field was narrowed down to Burton
and Shallotte Middle School eighthgrader
Ms. Burton will participate in the
national contest during the week of
June 3-7 in Washington, D.C., during
an all-expense paid trip to the
i nation's capitol. The annual spelling
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COUNTY SPELLING champion Mi(
School spells the winning word as Cry!
realises she will finish second. .
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Oe last Thursday included, front row,
epard, Michal Burton, winner, Joseph
ind Crystal Boyctte, second place; seStudent
bee began in February when 2,700 ,
Bruaswick County students began (
preliminary rounds in their own
Three of Shallotie Middle's four ;
representatives finished in the final \
five. Boyette, daughter of Ms. Mary (
Boyette, finished second and receiv- <
ed a trophy and Annals of America
from Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Finishing third was Joseph
Southern, a sixth-grader from South
Brunswick Middle School. Southern,
last year's county champion as a
fifth-grader at Southport Primary,
was eliminated from the contest
after misspelling "panache." The
son of John and Frances Reinsburrow,
Southern received a trophy and
Shallotte Middle sixth-grader Amy
Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Nichols, won fourth-place and receiv
ed a dictionary and trophy. Seventhgrader
Kelly Baxley, daughter of Mr.
Burton. left, of Iceland Middle ?
;tal Boyette of Shallotte Middle School *
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cond row, Christine Harrison, I'll
Stanley, Tamnla Joyner, Tanya Crc
Nichols, fourth place.
ind Mrs. Douglas Baxley, finished
:ifth and was awarded an almanac
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All contestants in the county match
vere awarded trophies by Debbie
Tewett oi the Shallotte Junior
iVoman's Club for their partieipaion.
Other representatives were:
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and Mark Palmatier, Inland Middle;
Melody Gausc, Shftllotte Middle;
Tanya Crews and Tamala Joyner,
South Brunswick Middle; Jessiea
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