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Students at Shallotte Middle School clec
Council officers last week for the 1985
They are, from left, Robin Caison, prcs
Twenty-five Brunswick County (
students attained the spring
semester dean's list at the University
of North Carolina at Wilmington.
To make the list students taking 12 '
to 14 hours of study earned a quality 1
point average (QPA) of 3.5 or better
with no grade less than a "B," while 1
students taking 15 or more hours
earned a QPA of 3.2 or better with no 1
grade less than a "B".
From Shallotte the students are '
Mary Dyer Barnhardt, Long Bay
TnKn n DrnH Unnfo 1
L/tlVC, ouiui _?. a u>?vutv A,
Calabash Acres; Donna Hocutt
Williamson; Bruce W. Dillard; Tony
Bradford Cheers, Route 3; from |
ucean isle Beach. Paul Simpson
Chipley, Monroe Street; from Sunset
Beach?Timothy J. McGinn,
Shoreline Drive East; from Sup- ,
ply?Travis Grant Elliott. Route 2; '
John David Dawson, III, Route 2; J
From Bolivia?Kimberly Gaye
Wescott, Route i; Barbara Ami .
Williams, Route 1; from Winnabow?Dale
Marus Lewis, Route 1;
And row Murk Kunz, Koulc 1; Cindy
Ann Campbell, Route 1; Wendy Lynn
Campbell, Route 1;
From Leland?Joan Miller
Russell, Route 2; Elmer Dempsey .
Ganey, Route 3; Clyde Douglas
Horner, Olde Towne Wynd South;
Sibyl Outcalt Thearling, Olde Towne
Wynd North; ,
From Boiling Spring Lakes? ,
James Dale Finley, South Shore (
Drive; from Southport?Allison ,
Teresa I>ewis, Cape Fear Drive;
Jamie Pilkentnn Chestnut*
Beach Road; from Long
Beach?Kimberly Greenwood Jones,
24th Street; Jeremy Lynn Jones, 69th |
Street; and from Yaupon
Beach?William Valiant Hogan,
Rose Holden Cole of High Point ,
( , Street, Holden J
' Beach, has been
W Three trustee of
j/KU - > Sf, the Alumni (
the University of
N orth Carolina at
* j Beginning
" " June 2, she will
represent alumni from Brunswick,
Bladen, Columbus, Cumberland,
New Hanover, Pender, Robeson and
Sampson counties for a three-year ,
A 1953 graduate of Woman's Col- i
lege (UNC-G), she has also served
three years as the university's an- (
nual giving chairman in Randolph
County, as a member of the alumni ]
association's nominating committee,
and as member and chairman of the
Alumni Service Awards Committee
Mrs. Cole, a bomemaker and land I
developer, is vice-chairman of the I
Holden Beach Board of Adjustment, l
a volunteer in the adult probation and I
parole program and a member of the
Brunswick County unit of the N.C.
Symphony Society . i
Earn ECU Degrees ' '
Four Brunswick County students ,
received diplomas from East |
Carolina University at Greenville on
The students, their hometowns and
degrees are as fellows: William
Nelson Best Jr. of [eland, master A i
arts, secondary /health and physical
education. Dean Jotesey Peterson af
Leland, educational specialist degree I
in supervision; Floyd Jerome
Dtlsaver cA Southport. bachelor of
science, lei sy sUc; and Clifton
Bryan White of Southport master's
of education in driver and safety l
jdent Officers Elected
ted new Student Gause, vice presid*
86 sehool year. Rita Holmes, treasu
EOPLE IN THE NEWS
dents On UNC-V
WSSU Lists Two ,
Two local students received 1
jachelor's degrees during com- i
nencement exercises held May 19 at
pViiisiuir-Salelll Siaie University in
They were Juan M. Willianis of Ash
md Jacquline Poole of Supply j
Cedar Grove community), both
jusiness administration majors.
Franklin Gore, son of Mr. and Mrs. J
A/i 11 ill U A? O O I
mmv <>. uwg vi iiuuic i.,
cccntly graduated from Gardner- I
iVebb College in Boiling Springs. 1
Joins Realty Firm
Connie S. Schuttc of Ocean Trail I, (
supply, has joinA'llliaius
Si Construction of TA
Jcean Isle Beach MKrm . '
associate. V. Ajl I
Until recently MtHK SK
she has been a
volunteer in local I
'lirl Scouting endeavors. i
win uoor Prizes
1.011 is Hargrove and John Edwards,
both of Wilmington, were the
ioor prize winners at a recent func- ,
Jon sponsored by the Coastal Sport- |
linen's Club of Southport
Gregory Pickett, pitcher with the |
Methodist College Monarchs, com- ,
peted May 22 against Ramapo College
in the first round of the NCAA ]
Division III Regional Baseball Tournament
at Montclair State College, ,
Upper Montclair, N.J. (
Pickett is the son of Mrs. l>eatha |
Stevenson of Shallotte and a junior at
the FayetteviUe college. ]
Listed At Duke
Buraice Joseph Causey Jr. has attained
the Duke University dean's
list, earning a 3.0 average or better
?n a 4.0 grade point scale. f
A graduate of West Brunswick (
High School, he is the son of Mr. and (
Mrs. B.J. Causey Sr. of Route 6,
Had Winning Ticket ,
Trease Scott of Shallotte was the i
winner in the recent "Flying High i
Kun Holiday" drawing held by l>ower
Cape Hospice May 25 in Wilmington, i
She received two airline tickets <
and *500 spending money. I
Hospice serves Brunswick, New
Hanover and Pender counties. I
On Chancellor's List
Two Brunswick County students
nave attained the Chancellor's List at
the University of North Carolllna at (
Charlotte for the 1985 spring |
To qualify a student must complete !
12 semester hours with grades of A, B I
r* C arwH ahKiaua ?* n.iali*..
v WW a -j uai ii. j ysuu. 1
average of at least 3.6.
On the list are Tina Felisa Hewett, I
a junior frocn Route 3, Shallotte, and I
Klliott S. Br/ant, a senior from Route
Mintz In Book I
West Brunswick High School sto- I
lent Jeff Mintz has been named a |
1V85 United States National Award I
winner ui history and government by I
the United States Achievement I
His photo and biographical sketch I
will be included in the Academy'!
yearbook, which recognizes no more 1
than 10 percent of all high school I
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STAFF PHOTO BY TIRRY POPl
;nt; Kerri Barbee, secretary and
V Dean's List
Mintz is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
toy Mintz of Shallotte. Mrs. Gladys
t. Holden of Supply is his grand
On Summer Venture
Chris Williams, a rising senior at
North Brunswick High School, has
been selected to attend the Summer
Venture Program in science and
mathematics at East Carolina
University at Greenville.
He is among 600 students from
Jnrnee fhn r-4 oiWa ill ? *
UK Mttc WllU mil fJill UllipUll'
in the intensive five-week course administered
by the N.C. School of
Science and Mathematics in
Chris is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
3cne Williams of Inland.
Earns Gold Medal
Troy Edwards, a 63-year-old resilient
of Brunswick Village Nursing
Home in Shallotte, was a gold
medalist in the recent Senior Games
held in Wilmington.
He won first place in the one-mile
walk in the 60 to 64 age division and
was one of the top 10 finishers overall
In the event, said Sheila Fields,
spokesman for the nursing home.
Mariowes Earn Degrees
Joey M. Marlowe and his wife,
Priscelia Johnson Marlowe, have
each received associate degrees
from Trident Technical College in
North Charleston, S.C.
Joey received a degree in electronic
engineering technology while
Priscelia received a degree in
chemical engineering. Both were
1981 graduates of West Brunswick
High School in Shallottc.
Joey serves active duly in the U.S.
Mr Force, 437 Aerial Port Squadron
it Charleston Air Force Base. They
lave one son, Dujuan Marlowe, 3.
Priscelia Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Theron Johnson of Supply and
foey is the son of Mr and Mrs.
James Marlowe of Thomasboro.
Peter Gene Icard of Shallotte
graduated May 25 from Baptist Colege
at Charleston, SC., with a
>achelor of science degree.
On Dean's List
Bernard Brian Benton, a senior
nusic education major from I .eland,
ittained the spring term dean's list
it Mars Hill College at Mars Hill.
To be named to the list a student
nust maintain a GPA of 3.5 or better
ki il nours cn sxuoy, wiui no graae
lelaw a "C".
Benton is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Sernard 1.. Benton of Sturgeon
Army Private Gene I) Melville has
completed the field artillery fire support
course under the one station unit
rauung 'OSLTT i program at Port
an, (Ala. OfiUT combines basic
training with advanced individual
Melville is the son of Sarah J.
lewis of Route 1, Bolivia, and Gene
P. Melville of Route 1, Maysville
Assigned To Chonute
Michael P McKetthan, son of
Donald B McKeithan of Wilmington
and Patricia M. Griffin of 314 Sand
piper lane. Holder) Beach, has beer
assigned to Chanute Air Force Bass
n Illinois after recently completinf
McKeithan trained at lackland Air
Force Base m Texas The lie I^ney
High School of Wilmington graduate
will now receive specialized inwtrucLtoo
in the fuels specialist field.
Brunswick Technical College will
soon be able to assist unemnlnv?t
adults through the Human Resources
Development program that helps job
seekers overcome the unemployment
"terrors," said BTC Dean of Instruction
There is no charge for registration
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