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3 7 Brunswick Students Make UNCW Dean's List
Thirty-one Brunswick County
students have been named to the
spring semester dean's list at the
University of North Carolina at
To make the dean's list, students
carrying 12-13 credit hours of
courscwork must earn a grade point
average of 3.5 or better with no
grade less than B. Students with 15
or more semester hours must earn a
GPA of 3.2 or better with no grade
less than B.
Sara Ash ton Roberson won the
title of Miniature Miss Bruns
wick County Princess in the
May 15 pageant. She is the
three-year-old daughter of
iMuis and Sheila Roberson of
Wilmington and the grand
daughter of Lillian Ann Lott
Stanley of Supply and the late
Davis Ross Stanley of Wilm
ington. Her other grandparents
are Bruce W. Roberson and
Gladys Roberson of Wilming
ton. She is the great-grand
daughter of Boyd and Sheula
lx)tt of Supply and Jim and
Maybelle Stanley of Wilming
Those named include:
Mary Dawson Graham, Billy Mit
William Edward Bringe, Sandra
Ferguson Duran, Sandra Bonita
Gore Hughes, Shelley Dcncsc Lan
Teresa Gaylc Royal McCray, Ro
nald Christopher Smith, Elizabeth
Dawn Hayncs, Leamon Waddcll
Harold David Ycagcr 111, Beth
Patricia Volpe Ab-Hugh, John Jay
Bean Jr., Stephanie Tippctt Jones,
Penny Cochran Martin, Elizabeth
Lee McNeill Sherrod, Cynthia Jane
Tully, Clair D. Nay Weber.
Rebecca Gwen Carmack, Tina
Philpott Child, Wendy Jill Torbitt
Duncan, Shclia Jean Green, Paui
Hooks Lee, Jennifer Paige Marshall,
Valerian Azalea Mintz.
Viola Christine Cowan, Hugh
Deana Colleen Trull, Calabash;
Amy Ruth Matthews, Yaupon
Beach; Kristy Caroline Shumakcr,
CCU Honor Stvdents
Three Shallotte students were
named to honor rolls at Coastal Car
olina University in Conway, S.C.,
for the spring semester.
Barbara Foehrkob and Chad N.
Shrevc made the chancellor's list for
being enrolled full-time and earning
a 4.0 grade point average.
Jacquelyn M. Thomas was named
to the dean's list.
Earns M.A. Degree
Jercmony C. Danford of Shallotte
received a masters of accounting de
gree from UNC-Chapel Hill during
the university's 191st commence
ment exercises May 16.
He has been accepted into law
school at UNC-CH.
Danford is the son of Jerry and
Carol Danford of Shallotte and the
grandson of Ruby Haddock and the
late Edith Danford.
Pvt. Tracic D. Farrington has
completed a petroleum supply spe
cialist course here.
Students received instruction in
receipt, storage, issue, shipping and
distribution of petroleum products
used by the Army. Also included in
the training were waterfront and
pipeline operations and health and
Farrington is the daughter of
Nancy H. Farrington of Long Beach
and Larry E. Farrington of Moorcs
School Of Arts Grad
Karen E. Blackmon of Yaupon
Beach was among graduates of the
N.C. School of the Arts during com
mencement ceremonies May 29 in
Blackmon, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl F. Blackburn Jr. of
Country Club Drive, earned her high
school diploma. She was chosen for
the School of the Arts to pursue her
talent in modern dance.
'Good Conduct' Sailor
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class
Craig A. Cobb, son of Patricia A.
Cobb of Shallotte, recently received
the Navy Good Conduct Medal.
The medal recognizes his "honest
and faithful servicc during a four
year period," according to a news
release. To earn it, Cobb achieved
and maintained a satisfactory level
of performance and an unblemished
conduct record for the period.
He is assigned aboard the aircraft
carrier USS Saratoga, homcported in
The 1984 graduate of West
Brunswick High School joined the
Navy in February 1985.
Marine Pfc. Derek A. Stanley, son
of Linwood M. and Logenc W.
Stanley of McMilly Road, Shallotte,
recently completed recruit training.
During the training cycle at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San
Diego, recruits are taught the basics
of battlefield survival, introduced to
typical military daily routine, and
personal and professional standards.
All recruits participate in an ac
tive physical conditioning program
and gain proficiency in a variety of
military skills including firs', aid, ri
fle marksmanship and closc-ordcr
drill. Teamwork and sclf-disciplinc
He is a 1992 graduate of West
Brunswick High School.
Pvt. 1st Class Steven E. Bryant
has graduated from a helicopter re
pairer coursc at Fort Eustis, Newport
During the coursc, he learned to
perform direct and general support
maintenance on helicopters. Also in
cluded were instruction in safety
practices, usage of ground support
equipment and spccial and precision
Bryant is the son of Davis Bryant
Sr. of Northwest Road, Leland. He
graduated from North Brunswick
High School in 1990.
Air Force Staff Sgt. Freddie D.
Graham has been decorated with the
Meritorious Service Medal, awarded
for "outstanding non-combat merito
rious achievement for service to the
Graham, an administrative spe
cialist, is the son of Dossie and
Reather Graham of Route 1, Riegcl
His wife, Ametta, is the daughter
of Linwood Ballard of Smith Trail
and Clara Bryant of Route 1, both of
He graduated from Acme-Dclco
High School in 1972.
The Waccamaw High School
Class of 1958 is planning a class re
union for July 31.
Anyone who graduated or would
have graduated in 1958 is invited to
attend. Letters are being sent to class
If you want to attend and do not
receive a letter by June 11, contact
Christine Stanley at 287-6627 or
Barbara Long at 287-6499.
Former ROCAME Standout
Students at the fourth annual CAME Student of The Year.
South Brunswick Chapter R0- At A&T she has been inductcd in
CAME banquet May 26 heard from Alpha Lambda Delta, the freshman
an alumnus how ROCAME made a , honor society, has been named a
difference in her life. Chancellor's Scholar and is an
Terri Smith, a 1992 graduate of Eastman Kodak Chemical Engine
South Brunswick High School, said cring Scholar.
her six years in ROCAME, which en- hdd Wcslcm
courages minority student .merest ,n Sizzlm. Slca?house in southport,
math and science careers, influenced c Coordinator Rccda Har
hcrcho.ce of a career in chemical en- ^ Chaplcr Advisor william
R 6JSS, ?
Smith said ROCAME helped in Jayda Grant of South Brunswick
learning to set goals and developing High was named high school student
good study habits, and improved her of the year for the chapter and Jerris
self-esteem. While at South she was Fullwaod the student of the year for
named chapter and overall RO- South Brunswick Middle School.
Also, students were honored as
winners at the annual jamboree held
in april at UNC-Wilmington.
At the middle school level. Full
wood won first place in the mouse
trap competition. Second place
awards went to the team of Corey
McCoy, Jeremy Johnson and Tre
Grant for their strawtower and to
Shanetta and Tiffany McCoy,
Adrienne Smith, Tasha Brown, Joy
Scott, Shavonne Joyner, Alexis
Vaught and Thamia Hargrove for
their chapter scrapbook.
Daimion Davis, Timothy Grissett
and Thomas Lowe were members of
the county industrial engineering
team that won second place. Jeremy
Johnson was a member of the coun
ty quiz bowl team that placed third.
At the high school level, Jayda
Grant, Dcvin Johnson and Jancl
Bryant won second place in the
straw tower competition.
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Miss Fourth Contest June 19
Lisa Young will host Ihc 17th annual North Carolina Tiny and Little
Miss Fourth of July Pageant June 19 at 7 p.m. at
South Brunswick Middle School.
A resident of Long Beach, Young is currently
Miss North Carolina Petite. She will be perform
ing at the pageant along with Maleta Murray, Lit
tle Miss Brunswick County; the Steps Ahead
Dance Team; Michelle Glapion, Little Miss Cape
Fear Country; Robbyn Francis, Little Miss Black
Pearl; Natalie Tyncr, Little Miss Carolina Beach;
Annie McLeod, Little Miss Wilmington; Tia Cor
bett. Junior Miss Scacoast; Brittany Babson, N.C.
Tiny Miss Fourth of July; and Erica Ratcliffc,
N.C. Little Miss Fourth of July.
Tiny Miss contestants arc:
?Catherine Ann Furplcss, daughter of Bill and Cathy Furplcss;
?Ashley Suzanne Hcwctt, daughter of Houston and Suzanna Hcwctt;
?Brittany Nicole Sullivan, daughter of Abby Sullivan and Michael
?Devon Ashley Johnson, daughter of Van and Pam Johnson;
?Amanda Chcyannc James, daughter of William and Catherine James;
?Whitney D. Smith, daughter of Gregory and Debra Smith;
?Jessica Lynn Milcwski, daughter of Jack and Linda Milcwski;
?Stephanie Nicole Byrd, daughter of James and Donna Byrd.
LitUc Miss contestants arc:
?Jaryn Hallcy Harrison, daughter of Frity. and Nina Harrison;
?Ashley Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Spencer and Cynthia Smith;
?Tabitha Rcnea Hoffman, daughter of Billy and Lynn Hoffman;
?Alexandra Kay Floyd, daughter of Robert and Jan Floyd;
?Kristcn Ann Holcomb, daughter of Thomas and Kathy Owens;
?Kortncy Elizabeth Benton, daughter of Kim Benton and Greg Benton;
?Crystal Axoncr Hernandez, daughter of Axel and Maria Hernandez;
?Sydney Danielle Hunt, daughter of David and Michcl Hunt.
Optimist Bike Winner
Hunter Hall was the winner of a bike given away at the South
Brunswick Islands Optimists Club Bicycle Rodeo held May 22 at
Shallotte Middle School. Hunter is the eight-year-old son of Perry
and Beryl Hall of Shallotte. Participants at the Bike Rodeo went
through an obstacle course and registered their bikes with the
Brunswick County Sheriff's Department so they can be identified if
they are stolen. Another rodeo is planned next year.
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