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Literacy Tutor Workshop Slated
A tutor training workshop will he " " ?
sponsored by the Brunswick County
Literacy Council Sept. 17 and 18 at
the council's office in Supply.
Trainer Rich Dixon will lead the
10- hour workshop based on the one
on-one Laubach Way To Reading,
said Julie Wallace, a VISTA volun
Hours will be 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 17, and 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18.
The training session is free. How
ever, to make sure that sufficient
materials are available, interested
participants must pre-registcr hv
calling the Brunswick County Lit
eracy Council at 754-7323, or writ
ing BCLC, P.O. Box 6, Supply, N.C.
Supply PTA Sets
First Open House
Supply Elementary School Par
ent-Teacher Association will hold its
first business meeting and open
house of the year Tuesday, Sept. 7.
A drop-in social begins at 6:30
p.m., providing a time for parents
and teachers to meet, said President
Jean Gillette. An open house will
follow the business meeting.
To Wed Sept. 25
Terenthia Gray Henry and Jeffrey Mark Harden , both of Windy
Point, will be married Saturday, Sept. 25, at J p.m. at Lockwood
Folly clubhouse, Holden Beach. Friends and relatives of the cou
ple are invited.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday. September 2
Ruth Richardson, Grace Peoples,
Brittany Babson, Junior Smith,
Sherry Long, Crystal Tripp, Virginia
Simpson, Erica Wolfe.
Friday, September 3
Wayne Batton, Sue Chapman,
Sharon Dostcr, Barbara Hickman,
Albert Hill, Carl Pigott, Pat Hos
tetler; Tommy & Judy Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. Doyle Dennis, Robert and
Saturday, September 4
Neil Loughran, Eric Williams,
Mildred Glass, Earl McCall, Kath
leen Russ, Renee Long, Raymond
Simpson, Pat Stroupe, Jerry Caison,
Todd Stanley, Nija Brummett, Tom
Massingale, April Marie Causey;
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pigott, Elwood
and Annie Stanley, Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday, September 5
John Robbins, Robin LeDean
Hewett, Jim Callendar, Keith White,
Amy Jones, Valerie Swarts, Christy
Chappell, Erika Farr.
Monday, September 6
Jimmy Elwood Smith
4 years old September 5
Love. Mom & Dad
Taylor Galloway, Kimberly Bow
en, Josh Long, Billy Dixson, Tom
my Robbins, Ray Evans, Martha
Padgett, Brent Limer, Nicky Var
nam, Jim Shawver, L.V. Roberts,
Heather Gales, W.T. (Billy) Russ,
Allen Inman, Tony Hamilton, Don
ald Pelch; Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Red
wine, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Greenwood
TUesay, September 7
Emily Redwine, Joshua Dustin
Reaves, Ginny Waples, Dorothy
Ash, Jon Cheers, Kenneth Jackson,
DeLana Holden, Greg Norris, Miller
Caison, J R. "Sarge" Brosius, Amy
Frink, Ralph Hunnicutt, Connie Mc
Carthy; Barry & Anita Evans, Earl
and Naomi McCall.
Wednesday, September 8
O'neal "Knot" Varnam, Frances
Smith, Lorna Allemore, Ada Abbott,
Brenda Grissett, Deanna Hewett,
Darryl Jackson, Elizabeth Andrews,
David Moore, Sabrina B. Babson,
Emma Chesser, Germaine Davis;
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Thorscn, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Causey.
to North Carolina
Now You Know
You Can't Run
From the Bifi 5-0!
From the gang at the
Big Red Dog ,
^ Saturday, September 4th, 11:00 AM
With hugs and paw shakes for all, stories and
activities, too. You don't want to miss Clifford. . .he's
coming back just to see you!
. Little Professor Book Center
River Run Shopping Center, Southport, N.C.
(at the intersection of highways 21 1 & 133)
MR. AND MRS. ALAN KING
Conference Targets Needs
Of Active Senior Adults
An update on health carc reform
is just one of the topics slated for
discussion at the ninth Conference
for Citizens with Seniority Sept. 16
and 17 at the Springmaid Beach
The event is coordinated by repre
sentatives of various social service
agencies and hospitals in Horry
County, S.C. It features information
on a variety of issues ? social, leg
islative and personal enhancement.
The target audience is individuals
age 55 and older and social workers,
who can receivc continuing educa
tion credits for participation.
Jack Holt Boger of Rock Hill,
S.C., will give the update on health
care reform. He is a member of the
National Legislative Council of the
American Association of Retired
The Rev. George Lovell, a retired
minister, will present his popular
talk, "The Abominations and
Desolations of Retirement."
Other topics will include spiritual
ity and aging, assisting older victims
of alcohol and prescription drug use,
home safety, personal safety and se
curity, and information on Medicare
Cost is $5 for senior citizens and
S25 for agency personnel, with reg
istration required. Some lodging is
For information contact Linda
Lyerly, Area Agency on Aging,
Coastal Carolina College, 803-349
Area Births Are Announced
Jennifer Williams of IxMigwood
has announced the birth of a daugh
ter, Ebony D. Williams.
She was born at 6:55 p.m. Aug.
19 in The Brunswick Hospital. She
weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inch
Grandparents are Cephas and
Genevieve Williams of Longwood.
Ebony's great-grandmother is Annie
Jane Bromell, also of Lonewood.
Andrea Price of Shallotte have
announced the birth of a daughter,
Morgan Rae Price, on Aug. 8 at The
Brunswick Hospital in Supply.
Morgan Rae weighed 8 pounds, 4
ounces, and was 21 inches long.
Her grandparents arc Mr. and
Mrs. Rueben H. Price of Monroe.
Great -grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Malcom L. Price and Mr. and Mrs.
F..G. Latham, also of Monroe.
Hurry While Selection Is Great!
lit See our selections that
just arrived of fall and
f winter clothing.
?? Nautica ? Woolrich
Gant/ Santana ? Levi's 560
Alexander Julian ? Silk Shirts
Reed Leather Jackets, etc.
Mon-Thurs 9-6, Fri Sat. 9-7
COASTAL PLAZA. SHALLOTTE ? 754-5000
Hans Ten o
Fun new fall
clothes for girls
of all ages.
We have great boyswear. too!
Sonrise Sq, Shoreline Dr.,
Warren , King Wed
At New Britton Church
Regina Warren and Alan King,
both of Ash, were married Saturday.
July 31, in a 6 p.m. ceremony offici
ated by the Rev. Lester English.
The bride is the daughter of
Sylvia Pace and Gregg Warren, both
The groom is the son of Marie
King of Ash and the late Rev.
Given in marriage and escorted
by her father, the bride wore a white,
floor-length gown with a sweatheart
neckline and chapcl-leugth train. It
featured a Fitted bodice with simu
lated pearls, re-embroidered lace
motifs and insets of sheer illusion in
the yoke, tapered sleeves and stand
A spray of fabric flowers and
simulated pearls accented her finger
tip-length veil of illusion.
She carricd a bouquet of white
daisies, peach roses and babies'
Andrea Simmons, cousin of the
bride, was maid of honor. Freida
Babson, sister of the groom, was
Flower girls were Brittany Sell
ers, cousin of the bride, and Racheal
King, niece of the groom.
The bridal attendants were dres
sed identically in tea-length, satin
dresses with lace overlay that fea
tured a keyhole back bodice with
bow, short sleeves and a dropped
The maid of honor and brides
maid each carricd a bouquet consist
ing of three peach carnations, with
daisies and babies' breath, while the
flower girls carried baskets of teal
and peach flowers.
The groom's nephew, Jeremy
King, was ringbearer.
A reception was held after the
wedding in the church fellowship
Following a honeymoon at Ocean
Isle Beach, the newlyweds are resid
ing at Ash.
State, Southport History
Classes Are Offered By BCC
A North Carolina history course
will be offered by Brunswick Com
munity College at the Southport
campus on Lord Street during the
The course will cover the state's
history from 1920-70.
Classes will start Monday, Sept.
13, from 10 a.m. until noon. Instruc
tor will be Susan Carson of South
port, who has been teaching local
history classes at the college for
more than ten years.
Carson also will teach a course in
Southport's history for the same pe
riod at the Southport campus during
the fall quarter. The Southport class
es will be held Thursdays from 7-9
p.m. beginning Sept. 9.
People interested in one or both
of the courses should attend the first
session of the class and help set an
agenda. Because of budget cuts at
the college, several new rules gov
erning community service courses
are in place. Those rules will be out
lined at the first sessions of each
course and important decisions will
be made by the participants, accord
ing to a news release.
Before the start of classes, ques
tions may be directed to the instruc
tor at 457-6940 or to the Continuing
Education Department at the Supply
It'& our pleasure to offer thU tervlce :
BRIDAI .fSfe- -GIFT
Register your china,
flatware, crystal gifts
& bridal accessories.
& Social Announcements
Twrtn O-m* Food Uon| Ptan, SKj flor.
BRUNSWICK SCHOOL CF
FALL CLASSES STARTING SOON!
Tues. & Thurs. nights at 7 pm
Classes begin Sept. 1 4
BALLROOM & SHAG
Starting soon-Call and sign up
for new class!
Ages 3 to Adult
BALLET ? TAP ?
JAZZ ? ACROBATICS
Classes start Sept. 7
and day cares
Register by calling 754-6106/754-8281
Valerie Taylor, Director
DR. ERNEST E. WARD, JR.
Now Offering Full Service Veterinary Care
24-Hour Emergency Service
Boarding and Grooming
OFFICE HOURS Monday thru Friday
8:30 am-5:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am- 12:00 noon
925 Carter Drive, Calabash
"The most advanced and
compassionate in pet health care"
Cl?3 THE BRUNSWICK BfcACON