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Ten Named To
At Brunswick 7
Named to the the summer quarter
dean's list at Brunswick Technical
f'nllnfiu am laplrio Tllhnioc
Mark Gore, Betty V. Galloway, Mary
Catherine Huiden, iviia L. Juiuison,
Graeic P. Johnson, Connie D.
Shepherd, Steven W. Ward, R. Kendall
llolyfield and Sandra R. Woods.
The list is made up of students who
enrolled for a minimum of 12 hours
and achieved a quality point average
of at least 3.5 out of a possible 4.0.
Tina Elizabeth Young, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.
Jr of Winnabow,
^ graduated from
?.? 1 Limestone Col4k
/ J lege in Guffney,
Jj^~" on Aug 8.
w||^3iif arts degree in
fashion merchandising. She was a
member of Alphi Chi National Honor
She graduated from South
Brunswick High School in 1982.
Two Attend Program
Two Brunswick County principals
recently attended the Principal's Kxecutivc
Program s|Kinsorcd by the
Institute of Government at the
University of North Carolina at
Participating were James
MncAdams, principal of North
Brunswick High School at Iceland,
and Jean Parker, principal of Waccatiuiw
Momentary School at Ash.
The two-day management course
was intended to help principals
develop their managerial skills and
refine their understanding of the
basic systems and issues that
challenge them on the job II included
an address by U S Secretary of
education William Bennett lie
stressed that schools should strive
(or educational excellence, while
allowing for flexibility and providing
Will) only two weeks rematnlnK 1"
the subscription eumpalKn tor the
NO Symphony In Brunswick ('ounGarners
The new xUilf of the Jennifer
Brown lloiio' in Supply will s|>eiik lit
the (Vt 10 meetliiK >>( the I julles
Anxlllnry of the llenevolent and I'roteetlve
Order of the I'.lk
The meeting Ix'tflns at B put ot the
Klks WkIkc In t'nlnluish
Zoble and I Henna darner are the
new stall nf the heme, which is
operated by the N .0. Baptist
Children's Home Society to provide
emergency shelter (or abused,
neitlccted and otherwise troubled
IHibllclty Chairman Nornui Nonlbrurh
said the club's recent attic and
I lake sale was a success, and tluinked
all who nuide it possible.
fall i% fh? perfect timo
lot planting trvo\ ami shrubs
Pino Strow $4 00 bale
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Final Sale On
; and MERLE NORMAN
SK a VTS? AS I CCA St
)N, Thursday, October 3, 1985
some autonomy for principals in
shaping a school's environment.
Hewett Heads SCA
AksR "Chin" Hpwptt of Shal'offp i?i
president of the
at Campbell F
the 1985-86 school T*^ f
year \ J
A dean's list *'
student. the Mg
senior govern- ?p| ^
ment major ' ~
plans to enter the Campbell University
School of I-aw in 1986.
Named Distinguished Military Student.
Hewett is a second lieutenant in
the N.C. National Guard.
He also is a member of Oinicron
Delta Kappa honor society, the Social
Science Club, the N.C. Student
Legislature and College
Republicans, and serves as president
,.f tU I nin|iAr..nni?niinnMl
i;i uh: iiiiciuiK(iiii/.(iiiuii(ii \.uuin u
The West Hrunswick High School
graduate is the son of Doris E.
Hewett of Shallotte and the late M.E.
Spec. 4 Mark Christy of the
Shallotte unit of
the N.C. National
plcted a twoI
ifZ " week primary
course for noncommissioned
lie received a diploma and the
NCO development rihbon for completing
the course, which was conducted
by the South Carolina Army
National Guard associated with Fort
Jackson, S C.
Christy is the
non-commissioned officer for
(he local unit
\y Drive Goin<
ty, drive co-chairmen Murie and
Jack Harrison ot Sludlotte report
Of the KM) ticket sides (tool, n.s of
Sunday oidv I Hi sides luid been
recorded And of n $11?. (MX) fund raising
(tool, only 11!,245 hiis been received,
said the llnrrisons.
They said volunteers ure particularly
needed in the Carolina
Shores. Sunset lleach, I eland and
Niivassu coiiununtties. Those interested
in helping or who want
more information- are asked to call
Mrs ('.clone Kliss, 754-6237, or Mrs
Harrison, 754-8941, In Sludlotte, or
Mrs Matilda Siikk, 2766202, in the
Southport-Oak Island area.
The state symphony will perform
Tuesday, Nov 12, at 8 p m at Hatch
Auditorium on the ((rounds of the
Thursday, October 3
Jerra l.ynn Jenrotte, Frank Norris.
Kick Joyner, Joshue Hewett,
Dnnni Moore, Alan Sluine Hidden,
Jotui Kaxckas, Jr ; Mr and Mrs
Uirry Boyte. Mr and Mrs Handy
Friday. Oct. 4
Troy Huch Caison, Jerry Small,
Tommy Rradaher; Mr ami Mrs
1'htlllp I<ong. Mr and Mrs Handy
Hrwett. Harry and Judy Kiokenhacker.
Kd and Ann Hobinson
Saturday. Oct. 5
IVborah Champion. Hallry Huss,
Alfred C. Wilson. Nancy Smith
Sunday. (V-t. 6
Chris Moshourrs, Hat White.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wells Sr. of 1
the engagement of their daughter, SI
Tripp, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C.
is planned for Saturday, Oct. 26, at
Shallotte. All friends and relatives an
Ken Buckner of Shallotte received
the best-in-show award in the
Brunswick County Judged Art Show
He received a $100 prize for his
watercolor, "Onions," at an awards
ceremony held at Franklin Square
Gallery in Southport.
Carolee McCaulcy, a Wilmington
artist, judged the entries.
'Ihe works in the show will be on
public display at Franklin Square
Gallery until Nov. 2. Gallery hours
are 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through
Three artists were presented with
$25 awards: Shirley Little of Caswell
Beach. Donna Bean of Southport, and
Aotrud Tyler of I zing Beach.
Honorable mentions were
N.C. Baptist Assembly at the tip of
Caswell Beach. Kor this concert?the
symphony's only public one in the
county this year?tickets are $6 for
adults and $4 for senior citizens and
students Discounts are available for
Included in the ticket price are a
reception and refreshments immediately
following the concert.
To make the concert even more enjuyuble,
said .lack Harrison, bus
transportation will be available at a
nominal fee of $1 per person.
Passengers will be picked up at
Hickman's Crossroads at 6:15 p.m.;
Shallotte Bed & White Shopping
Center. 6 45 p.m.; and Supply Baptist
Church at 7 p.m. Bus reservations
are necessary and can Ik- made
at the time tickets are purchased
Izigun White, Penny Nicole Wilson;
Mr and Mrs Emerson Arnold. Mr
and Mrs Jack Mauser, Mr. und Mrs
Odell Benton. Mr and Mrs. James
Monday . OcL 7
Nellie Hardee, Mark l/Ogan
Tuesday. Oct. 8
Brooke McCumbee. Inez Pope,
Tammy Keynolds. Christian Pigott,
Tiavid Carnuehael, Carolyn Hughes,
Johnnie Kdwards, Handy Worth,
Tony a Huss, IVblue llicknvan
Wednesday, Oct. 9
John Craiji, Carolyn Roberts,
lVhra Byrd, Ttoruild and Geraldene
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Soiling Spring Lakes have announced
acy Cherle Bell, to William Nicholas
Tripp of Shallotte Point. The wedding
2 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church in
e invited to attend.
presented to Wendy Ward of
Shallotte for a clay figure titled
"Gnome", Dee Milliken of Shallotte
for her graphic photography, and
Perry L. Sellers of Supply for a
watercolor titled "Eggplant".
Sandy Johnson and P.D. Midgett,
both of Southport, also recievcd
The show, which was sponsored by
the Associated Artists of Southport
and the Brunswick County Arts Council,
was open to county artists only.
A slide show on the Washington.
D.C., museum operated by the National
Society of the Daughters of the
American Revolution highlighted the
Sept. 19 meeting of the William
Clause Chapter of the DAK.
The group met in the board room of
Brunswick Technical t'olleoe at Sun.
? r I
ply for the presentation by Mrs. I
Robert Hudgins IV of Charlotte, I
honorary state regent for the DAK.
She used slides to illustrate the
various period rooms of the organization's
National Museum. Of particular
importance to local members
was the North Carolina room Its
walls are decorated with 19th century
French handpainted Zubcr
wallpaper titled "The Hunt." Within
the room are a mahogany dining
table and chairs, circa 1805-1810, in
the style of Duncan I'hyfe, and a Hepplewhite
style sideboard with satinwood
and honeysuckle inlay, circa
Eleven members and two visitors
uttended the meeting, as well as the
director and secretary-treasurer for
BPW To Meet
The Coastal Business and Professional
Women's Club meets Tuesday.
Oct. 8. at 6 30 p m. at the Elks'
Restaurant in Calabash
Flossie Chestnut of the North Myrtle
Beach BPW Club will be the guest
Kor reservations or more information.
call Chris Kosdahl or Iisa
Young at 19191579-3161 or
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Mary Russ presented a slide showon
being an extension homemaker to
the Boiling Spring Lakes
Homemakers' Club at their Sept. 24
Thelma Dunn, club president,
hosted a social hour for the nine
members and five guests in attendance.
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