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Bright, tropical prints and smooth,
distinguished grays are in style this
summer for both men and women as
evidenced by the crowd that
gathered Saturday at the Shallotte
Junior Woman's Club's annual spring
Nine store.*; from QhollA???
Calabash, Ocean Isle Beach and
Sunset Beach displayed their latest
fashions at the annual event at the
Shallotte Middle School cafeteria.
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Proceeds from the show are used by
the woman's club for community projects.
Titled "Fashions By The Sea," the
program previewed the typical summer's
swimwear, nightgowns, active
clothing and dresses just right for living
along the coast. With
temperatures rising into the 90s
Saturday, it was the perfect day for
viewing summer's new fashions.
For the kids, muscle shirts are a
must along with tropical swimming
trunks and sun shades. Matching accessories
include plastic, waterproof
tubes that are tied around the neck to
Sunset Sands Garden Club
members toured Hobcaw-Barony
Plantation on Winyah Bay, south of
Georgetown, S.C., for their April 10
meeting, reports Patricia Brosius,
The plantation's Hoocaw House
was the winter home of Bernard
Baruch. The plantation was also the
site of Bellefield, owned by his
daughter, Belle Baruch. She created
the foundation that operates the plantation
and was the subject of a
20-rninute videotape. "Belle's
legacy," Viewed by club members.
Hobcaw-Barony was willed by
Thursday, May t
Jeff Carter, William Gurganus,
Birdie Frink, Donna Massingale, Edward
Thomas IV, Wendi Moore,
Amanda Pierce, A.B. Willis; Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde R. Babson, Mr. and Mrs.
Dannie Sheffield Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Friday. May 3
Sally Schutte, Joey Perkins,
Harvey Bell; Robert and Johnnie
Ansley, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Barbce,
Mr. and Mrs. Craven Hewett.
Saturday, May 4
Jamie Stone, Barbara Russ; Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram T. (Buck) Sellers.
Sunday, May 5
Priscilla H. Gupton, Harold
Barnes, Peggy Truesdalc, Jennifer
Snow, Pearly Vercen; George and
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hold money and other valuables.
Stylish women's hats are also
popular this summer to match all
styles of outfits. Light gray and
burgundy colors are considered
oressy uus year.
For the children or pre-teens,
Mickey Mouse and tropical bird
prints have made their way back onto
those cotton pullovers.
Fashions from the following stores
were modeled Saturday, Bryan's of
Shallotte; Sunshine Alley of Ocean
Isle Beach; The Kid's View of
Calabash; The Surf and Sail Shop of
Ocean Isle; Elizabeth Newman of
Calabash and the Sonrise Square
Shops at Sunset Beach. Stores in the
Miss Baruch to South Carolina and
its higher education system for
research in marine biology, coastal
ecology and forestry. It is presently
operated by Clemson University and
the University of South Carolina.
The group also visited Fricndfield,
the only remaining "slave street" on
the Waccamaw Neck, lunched in
Georgetown, and stopped at All
Saint's Church at Pawley's Island
and The Hermitage at Murrell's Inlet.
From the boardwalk trail
through Cypress Swamp, uiey saw
deer, an alligator and woodpeckers.
Mildred Pennington, Mr. and Mrs
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Monday, May 6
Melody Lugo, Brad Singletary
Terry Hooks, JiU Hewctt; Mr. anc
Mrs. Willie C. Fulford Sr.
Tuesday, May 7
Marion Anderson, Freddy Dicker
son. Rick Culpepper, Glngei
Mllligan, Jeffrey Adam Sellers, LLs;
R. Tuggle, Marion Anderson, Wandi
Kinlaw, Robert Eugene Causey; Mr
and Mrs. O'neal Vamam.
Wednesday, May 8
Joshua Holden, Troy Galloway
Ramona Parker, 1-u Dane Faulk
Ronnie Hernandez; Mr. and Mrs
Mitchell Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jcf
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fashions Saturday were The Clothes
Horse, Kids Stuf, Sweet Dreams and
the Island Breeze.
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SHAWN GORE looks ready for the
tennis court In his Nike sports outfit
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Ocean Isle Beach.
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Richard and Wendy Boatwright
have announced the engagement of
their mother, Pamela T. Boatwright
of Florence, S.C., to John A. Evans of
A June 1 wedding Is planned at
Soldier Bay Baptist Church In Ash.
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muscle shirts by iloblc and bright, tropical print bathing trunks, all from
The Kid's View In Calabash.
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