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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, May 09, 1985, Page Page 7-A, Image 7

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j?mmmm?* ??? ? iJe J^JI JOANN GREENWOOD takes Simmons in the football thro\ Siuuents vtac fussing suit luu jnESSL _s J?? > < , ' ?. i i *? -Sl -i' '! a. '* a w* MELANIE FIELDS takes a L'nicom Stables at Bolivia's > > ffi" y*' ' .? .j? ALUSON LOWKEY get* a pi tary's May Day festival. Stud* t' Watson C Bridal & Forma 1 > Tuxedo Rental* > Hriilal Gourn* * Prom Drexxen s ? ff rtilling Stalioi i Tuxedo* b\ \litrhe ' and f l.l.I'. Formal Uca 1 Prom gmrnt try N ^ iiroom ? tuxedo re 1 rental order , ? groomsmen. r 7S4-9M0 n-'^. i" ^^yg|?|||! gpua J ~ 1 1=3 M." - jptjWSjB^r':' I lb ' MSf ' V HI : STAFF PHOTOS BY TIRRY POPI aim at Union Primary P.E. instructor Tom v at Union Primary's Spring Fling Saturday, iuuila ai uivii faVGfitc target. dl ' * jS& 1BL |H[ !ij:/ y -vj "3 ^ 4%^ H99|KM^a^^B|^2HH^P VVfKff^ - . V^' ^t."J. ride on a pony led by Nina Quattlebaum of lay Day celebration. linted-on smile Saturday at Bolivia Klrsnen nts received clown faces as part of the fun. J Wear V * X v > iti vh a v i-iiflE i vm. ' -iEal t -1 " 11 : adine , ^pjaafij " j m?/ FREE. I 5 * feral/ ? V "tokJ?n &?<xh Rd tj . V I ^ Ed ? J?w*lry> ? ! 1 # - - ' . V . . ' . * J' Union, Be The first weekend in May often marks the arrival of May flowers and spring. At Union Primary and Bolivia Elementary schools Saturday, the first weekend in May was a time for festivities under bright, clear skies. Both schools held their annual spring celebrations Saturday at the schools?Union Primary with its first annual "Spring Fling" and Bolivia Elementary with its annual "May tm wmwmmm CI-OWN Sandra layman dlslrll Union Primary Saturday. Students To 'Snow White "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" will come to life next week at Shallottc Middle School during the school's annual play productionThree performances will be given, including a 7:30 p.m. showing Tuesday, May 14, for the public in the school cafeteria. Admission is $1 for adults and SO coots for students Additional performances will be given Tuesday morning for Shallotte Middle students and on Wednesday morning for students from other schools, said play coordinator Kay Coleman. ! "The cast is smaller than we usually work with," Ms Coleman said. Both she and co-coordinator Wallace Dunn have been working with students for a month on the production with the music instructor and art instructor. The cast includes Kelly StanaLand as Snow White; IX* DeeGause as the /I dear i %orihf tfxaf y?Q dc -j_ optcna fh\ ^rom the Cla rjhe vlothe* Horse ...of- ftXMAe,! QUALITY LADIES APPAPEL/S f- i ; . )livia Schoc Day" celebration. Proceeds from each fair, sponsored by the schools and their Parent-Teachers Organizations, will benefit the school. Both fairs offered outdoor and indoor fun for all ages. At Union, games and dancing were held in the central courtyard while a moon walk and pony ride was held on Bolivia's playground. There were also clowns at each school selling balloons who also helped paint children's faces. Y * k . <H|fiEBgraj|M 4 InwHfii >utes balloons to Charlotte Roberts Perform ' Tuesday mirror; Wuyne Stunalund as the prince and Tanya Howett us the queen. Dwarfs include Chris lilund as l>oc; Kleluird lancnster asOrumpy; Charles Moore as Sneezy; Chris Phelps as Dopey; Shane Holdcn as Happy; Chris Tyndall as Bashful and Iceman Jencrette as Sleepy. Other cast members are Ashley Marsluill as a , princess, Kristen Boylcs as an old peasant woman and Christy Bellamy as a witch. Those attending the play may recognize several scenes that have been pulled out of storage from previous plays that will be used in "Snow White," helping to save time in stage preparations. The dwarfs were recruited from the school chorus group, Ms. Coleman said. "They're really beginning to come across with their parts now," she added. "They can really sing." $3-1 jj n\ce things ) &mc,,, 2 great"g"f fhes ft*5*, ... oV co^ . . v c^WeJ >? \i?l y/ R %5 v j . / u, M'hl? UNSET BEACH NC/579 S060 THE BRUNSWICK BEACOI Is Hold May A musical program called, "Cool It Down In May" entertained the annual May Queen while third graders wrapped the traditional May pole in red and white streamers. Other grades also preformed skits and sang ' songs. | It was the first time Union Primary has held a spring festival that Assis- I tant Principal Diana Mintz said the school hopes will become an annual event. < iwjPjW''' - mm mm*~ IH v * . rj , center, and Mandy Kedwlue nt OLF S WlATER xMBF rtoM? Si WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS BY FREE \NAYIR "IRA Q ANALYSIS #Jt'T Take A 2 Vacation Wolff Sys Now you < without th at your nc Wolff Sysl Center. 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