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Shallotte Police Chief Don Stovall draw
a box containing thousands of entries
cash contest. The story is on page 1 of
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Thursday, Dec. 26
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Saturday, Dec. 28
GAME NKUIT ;it the Calabash Voluntc
tinned until Kebrnarv
Sunday, Dec. 29
KRKK Bl.OOD t'RESSt'KE and diabc
v ohtnteer Rescue Squad buiuliiiK, 2 i
Monday, I)ec. 30
SI IA1 I.(>TTK HOARD OF AI.DKRMKN
in regular session. 7 p.111.
IIKl 'NSWICK cot NTY 11 A.S.S.MAS I
t'eramios. Shallutte Avenue. Shallotl
Wednesday, Jan. 1
BRlNSWICK TOASTMASTERS will r
i "handler Keslaurniil. Southport, 7 i
Meetings resume Jan H
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
I County Stud
Place On De
' A niimher iif It runs* irk County
Students are included on the dean's
list fur Hie fall quarter at Cape Fear
1 Technical Institute in Wilmington.
They are Boniue S Barker, (ilenn
It Beasley, Carolyn J. Birtchett.
I.t.sa B. Boyd, Jeffrey A Brendle.
April Champion. John C. Doty, l-ora
A fiabrio, Itohin I) Hamilton,
Itenila .1 Henderson. Sara M Holth,
Wendy T Horrell, Charles K.
Hiiftiain. Jerri R Kelly. Ksthcr II
I arson. Tony F lewis, Titiuny I)
Ludlum. Marvin N. Mi l wan. Tracy
M Milhcan. Betty It Mint/.
Also Mary (1 Myers. Christopher
It Nubcl. I aiiiis I- Owen, Van 0
I'elloni, Marilyn St Pollock. John A
Potter. Johnnie I. I'revatte, Lynn It
Itaitan. John A Itoberts, Iwonard C
Kourk. Ia wrencc I) Skipper, Stuart
J Staebcll. Minta W Stroud, William
S Sue. Tracy M fucker. Wilbur l-ee
Vereen. Christine Wadell and Anthony
Wins Door Prize
Mrs Tonette Jacobs of Bolton won
the door prize at the Dec. IS meeting
of the Coastal Sportsmen's Club in
! 4-H Camp
Applications are being accepted
from young adults a ho would like to
work with children at 4-H Camp during
The X C Agnrultrual Extension
Sen'ice headquartered at N C State
University, operates five residenttype
1 11 camps The camps are
located in Onslow. Richmond. Rockingham.
Stokes and Buncombe counties
Employment would begin June 6
and last about 10 weeks, according to
Bill) PnveUe associate extension
agent. 4-H with the Brunswick County
Camp staff positions involve
leading and leaching a group of
young people to provide hands-on
learning experiences I hone persons
over It y ears U age who can conduct
classes and workshops ir. marine
science, ptoneermg skills, nature
stud). mountain heritage, horsemanship.
archery sailing, crafts, canoeing.
music, drairia or mtiiBrg are
encouraged to appc)
Oni) a limited number U poutum*.
are available Anyone who is interested
should applt now
$!*M PMOTOB* IOOIE S^VIATT
s the first of two winning tickets from
in the Beacon's Christmas shopping
L'ts :il the A A building in (irissettown.
or Kire Department has I teen disrontos
<lotoctuin clinic at the Coastline
ji.iii.-4 p.!! .
moot, in licit of Jan 1. at the town hall
Kits install new officers. Shallotle
:e, 7:30 p.111
lot meet for breakfast at the Slap's
i III -ft a.m.. because of the holidays.
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f f f* v- v. n^ypuilMCU
Three Brunswick County residents
were appointed on Dec. l'.i as new
members of die Cape Kear Area
United Way hoard of trustees and
another retired from the board
New appointees are laDane liullinglon.
a developer and mayor of
Ocean Isle Beach; Itev. S .1 Doty of
I.eland, pastor of First Baptist
Church of Woodhuni and former
mayor of Kure Beach, and John
Kane, end employee of Pfizer
Chemicals Inc in Southport
P It llankins, assistant
superintendent of the Brunswick
County Board of education was
recognized upon his retirement from
the Issird after serving three consecutive
AARP To Install
The Calabash chapter of the
American Association of Retired
Persons i AAltl'' will install officers
at its first meeting of 1586. to he field
Thursday. Jan 2, at 7 p.m. at the
Calabash Volunteer Fire Departrnent
Serving during the coming year
will be Henry Helchert. president.
Percy Bray, vice president; Charles
Kirchenbauer. treasurer Walter
Hoff. assistant treasurer, Kllen
Da by, secretary; Florence Cook.
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HOMESTUE LAUNCH AM AT
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KlftIT S SIZZLING SlllOtN
MUNCH) S lESTAUPAHT
OCEAN PALMS EXXON
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tEO i WHITE SUPIt MAMET
SMAOT PAH EXXON
Republican Music Festival 1
Republicans in districts 1 and 2 are planning an old-fashioned music
festival with dancing, clogging and fiddling.
The party fund-raising event will be held Thursday. Jan. 16, at
Sim's Country Bar-B-Que Restaurant between Grissettown and
Districts I and 2 encompass the southwest end of the iuunt>. including
the communities of Shallotte. Ocean Isle, Sunset Beach.
Calabash. Ash and llolden Beach.
Proceeds will support local, state and national Republican candidates
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Several COP candidates are scheduled to attend the event, including
congressional candidate Tommy llarrelson of Southport.
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THE BRUNSWICK BEACON. Thursday. December 26. 1985? l?agc 7-A
Will Finance Candidates
senatorial candidate David Fnndcrburk of Buies Creek and senatorial
candidate and U.S. Hep. Junies Broyhill of I .enoir.
(Irissett is serving as general chairman of the event, with the j
IKCicllltK'A Ilf nriuiinnt ' *' " .... -
? ... i.u.iu uciiirouimonvodistricts; warrenKnapp,
Shingletree; Bobby l.ong, C.rissettown; John Evans, Ash; Undburg I
King. Waccamaw; Danny Babson. Exum; Carl Holden, Shallotto;
Dinger Krecnuin. Frying Pan; Itudolph Simmons. Secession: Odoll
Working at the township level are Mollis Snath. Shallotto; Percy
Woodard. tockwood's Folly; and Don Stanley, Waccomaw.
Tickets are available in advanoo only, not at the door. They can lapurchased
from precinct chairmen for each.
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