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Featured In Ma<
Portraiture photography of Dee
BMilliken of The
featured in a twopage
spread in the
August issue of
published monthly in Wilmington.
/\ naroor scene pnotographed by
Ms. Milliken will be used on the cover
of the 1985-86 telephone directory' to
be published by Atlantic Telephone
Hill To Preside
Dewey L. Hill, chairman of the
board of Hill's Food Stores, a 37-store
chain which includes two locations in
Shallotte, will preside at the 58th annual
convention of the N.C. Food
Dealers Association, of which he is
An estimated 4000 people are expected
to attend the convention in
Charlotte beginning Aug. 11, which
wiii include a trade snow at the convention
Army Private David K. Sutton, son
of Betty J. Sutton of Route 3, Iceland,
has completed training as a military
police specialist at Fort McClellan,
Stone Receives Award
Paula Stone of Shallotte, human
resources coordinator for the
Brunswick Hospital in Supply, was
iidiiicu i cvipit'iu oi uie ur. r nsi
Humanitarian Award Tuesday.
Ms. Stone has been employed by
the hospital for five years. She was
nominated for the annual award by
her fellow employees and was chosen
by a selection committee.
The award is presented by Hospital
Corporation of America (HCA), the
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Brunswick Hospital, to an employee
that has shown exceptional concern
for the welfare and happiness of
others and has maintained a positive
effect on others, said hospital public
relations director Betsy Lewis.
The award was first started in 1972
to recognize exceptional individuals
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Seven Brunswick County 4-H'ers
recently advanced to state
demonstration competition at the
N.C. 4-H Club Congress in Raleigh.
Michelle Sellers, as reported
earlier, won first place with a
demonstration called "The Business
Kerry Cumbee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Cumbee of Supply, was first >
runner-up in the electric area with a
demonstration called, "Motors Instead
Other participants were as follows:
Amy Hewett and Kristi 1-ewis, "Safe- 4
ty Afloat;" Melissa Karriker, "You I
Can Do It: Simple Flower Arrangement;"
Locke Karriker, "No. 1
Toarn F*or Bsby pigcj" snd John
Hunt, "A Buggy Project."
All were previously named winners
of the Southeastern District.
More information about 4-H clubs
and programs is available from the
Brunswick County Agricultural Extension
Service Office in Bolivia,
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Raymond C. Howard of Supply
recently attended the East Carolina
University Gifted and Talented (
The week-long carnp was spon- ,
sored by the ECU Department of
Science Education for students 1
selected on the basis of test and
academic performance and recommendations
from educators. Sessions
emphasized the study of computer (
science, photography, astronomy
and analytical chemistry.
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Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreigr
year are, from front to rear. Merle (
BY TERRY POPE
Thirty-seven women have alreadj
seen named as cliarter members ol
the Indies Auxiliary to the Calabast
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post V28(
The Calabash VFW Post was first
established five months ago, but tin
ladies auxiliary was official!)
recognized Sunday afternoon will
the induction of recently-elected of
The Brunswick County Democrat!
Party is seeking nominations of pec
pie to serve as precinct registrar
and judges in the upcoming elections
Chairman Rex Gore said name:
should be submitted before Monday
\ug. 12, to either him (at 754-6451) 01
to any precinct chairman.
Nominations are taken from both
Republican and Democratic parties
ind submitted to the Brunswick
bounty Board of Elections. The
joard then names people to serve in
"It's an important job and I hope
hat many of those who have served
n the past will contact me and be
trilling to serve again," said Gore.
'Experienced workers will help the
tolls run smoother.
"I'm also hoping that we can get
omc folks interested who have not
Under legislation adopted in 1981,
irecinct registrars and judges, like
Members of municipal or county
>oards of election, cannot be closely
elated to any candidate.
Gore also wants to hear from local
Democrats on the upcoming sclecion
of a new 7th District chairman to
ucceed Herb McKirn of Wilmington.
A meeting will be held before
ieptember 1 to select the chairman.
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seated, 5th DLstriet president and state
nducted officers for the Calabash ladles
I Wars Post 7288 Sunday. Officers for the
loldsbcrry, president; Patricia Broslus,
ficers and 31 new members which
t were present. Indies wisliing to joir
[ as charter members of the organizai
tion may do so within 90 days.
Officers for the following year an
t as follows; Merle Goldsborry, presi
! dent; Patricia Brosius, senior vice
r president; Eva Gray, junior vice
i president; Ilse Hricz, treasurer;
Felicia Stanley, secretary; Virginit
uiuu, guura; leona ucmler, two
year trustee; Helen George, one-yeai
trustee and Hilda Wilson, chaplain.
Representatives from the 5tl
District of the N.C. Veterans o
Foreign Wars were present Sunda;
at the Calabash Volunteer Firi
Department to help organize the nev
ladles auxiliary. One ot those preset
c was Fred Boege, 5th District vict
t- commander, who helped organize th
s Calabash VFW post.
"Fred went door-to-door to ge
' veterans to organize during some o:
the hottest days In April," said Johi
Wiltsic, 5th District commander
"It's great to see a post get as quickly
1 organized as this post has."
Wiltsie said residents of Calabash
had a tremendous advantage when it
1 came to organizing their own VFW
I>ost, because close to 80 percent of
Calabash residents are retired. They
have the time to work for the VFW
post, he added.
Clara McCrary, state conductress
ot the Indies Auxiliary, and a resident
of Biegclwood, helped to install
officers for the following year, along
The Brunswick County Democratic
Women's organization meets Friday,
Aug. 9, at 7:30 p.m. at Tri-Beach
Volunteer Fire Department near
A white elephant sale is planned
and free cake and ice cream will be
served, said spokesman Jojuan
Membership is open to all county
women who are registered to v<Ae as
I .orations of meetings are being
rotated from one district to another
to encourage involvement of women
throughout the county.
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Ms. Marsh said 37 members is the hi
most that any new auxiliary in the K
5th District lias hud prior to gaining a c;
? charter. o'
"And we haven't even gotten
. started," added Ms. Goldsberry, vi
. president-elect. ct
Members of the ladies auxiliary o'
, must be either a mother, wife, oi
widow, sister, half-sister, daughter, vi
foster daughter, stepdaughter, c!
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