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Darby Accepts Seedling
Tar Heel basketball coach Dean Smith presents Mark Darby of
Supply a certificate during the Davie Poplar C eremony at the Uni
versity of North Carolina at Chapel Bicentennial Observance Oct.
12. Darby received a seedling of the Davie Poplar tree , a famous
campus landmark, to take home and plant in Brunswick County.
He is a sixth-grade student at Shallotte Middle School.
Painting Takes Top Honors
In Oyster Festival Show
A river scene painted by artist
Frans Van Baars of Washington.
N.C. took top honors Saturday in the
N.C. Oyster Festival Arts and Crafts
Van Baars received a $300 pur
First and second place purchase
awards also were presented in the art
and craft divisions.
In art, the SI 00 first place pur
chase award was for a pair of mana
tees. a mother and her infant, in
hand-blown glass by Louie Ayala of
Sparr. Fla. Second-place, a S50 pur
chase award, was for Elwood Brin
son's photograph of a beach scene
with sea oats. The artist is from
In the craft division, the SUM) first
place purchase award was for a
framed ceramic tile hand painted by
Mary King Crumpton of Burlington,
which depicted pansies.
Soulhport crafter Susan Kar
penske's hand thrown pottery mer
maid cat lamp was chosen for the
$50 second place purchase award.
The cash purchase awards were
provided by Southern National
Brown Reunion Slated
The seventh annual family re
union of the descendants of Alfred
and Patience Hewett Brown will he
held Saturday. Oct. 30. at the Bruns
wick County Fishing Club. Sunset
Activities start at 10 a.m.. with
lunch serv ed around noon.
Participants are asked to bring a
covered dish and any memorabilia
they wish to share with other family
For more information contact ei
ther Betty Rayl. 253-5931, or Don
Edward E. Hayes, M.D
Specializing in the Treatment of
?Urinary Control Problems ?Impotency
?Kidney (Stones ?Prostate Cancer
Serving patients in Shallotte
at 341 Whiteville Road
(Chicora Medical Group)
on (StafT at the Brunswick Hospital
For Appointment Please Call
C19P3 THE BRUNSWICK BEACON
PEOPLE IN THE NFWS
Two Attend Water School
l-vnn Britt of Lcland and Jimmy
L. Johnson of Supply attended the
54th annual Water Works Operators'
School Sept. 27-Oct. I in Raleigh.
The school was conducted by the
NX". Waterworks Operators Associ
ation and the Division of Continuing
Studies of NX". State University
with assistance and sponsorship of
the NCSU Department of Civil
Engineering, the N.C. Section of the
American Water Works Association;
the N.C. League of Municipalities;
the N.C. Rural Water Association;
and the Division of Environmental
Health of the N.C. Department of
Environment. Health and Natural
The school teaches the fundamen
tals of water treatment and presents
the latest developments in water
treatment and water supply regula
tions. At its completion, a written
examination is given for certifica
tion as a water treatment facility un
der North Carolina law.
On Dorm Council
Suzanne Jones, daughter of Sue
Jones of Ocean Isle Beach and the
late Ed Jones, has been elected rep
resentative from the freshman class
on the Dormitory Council at Saint
The Dormitory Council is the
branch of student government that is
responsible for handling disciplinary
actions related to student dormitory
Saint Mary's is a two-year college
and upper level preparatory school
for women offering liberal arts pro
grams that prepare students for con
tinued study toward a baccalaureate
degree and a professional career.
Bolivia Cites Two
Bolivia Elementary School has
recognized Cynthia Segraves Smith
as its volunteer of the month and
Diane Fodrie as its employee of the
month for September.
Smith has served the school four
teering as a
grade parent and
worker and in
the PTA and
Books and Be
- - She is PTA as
? * sistant treasurer.
^ - A lifelong coun
SMITH [y resident, she
is a graduate of South Brunswick
High School and the University of
North Carolina at Wilmington. She
lives in Winnabow with her hus
band. Spencer, and their daughter.
Fodrie has been a teacher's assis
tant for six years and is continuing
her education at Brunswick Comm
She and her husband. Les, have a
daughter. Mindy. 13.
Ft. Fisher Exhibit To Depict
History, Preservation Effort
Fort Fisher Slate Historic Site at
Kure Beach is receiving a partner
ship funding grant from the National
The $22,500 grant will fund an
interpretive exhibit at Fort Fisher,
depicting the fort's history, the ero
sion that threatens its existence, and
public and private efforts to preserve
it. according to Teel Patterson Tiller,
chief of preservation planning cf the
U.S. Department of the Interior.
The partnership funding grant is
part of the American Battlefield
Protection Program, which works to
preserve America's Civil War her
itage. Fort Fisher received one of 22
different 1933 partnership grants
awarded in nine states.
Fort Fisher Restoration Com
mittee submitted the grant proposal.
Another partnership grant, awarded
to East Carolina University, is de
signed to "conduct a submerged cul
tural resources survey and assess
ment to four of the eight Civil War
era shipwrecks that lie offshore at
Fort Fisher; and to develop a man
agement plan to ensure protection of
the resources and prepare an archae
ological report on the findings."
Jim McPherson. chief of the state
Division of Archives and History's
Historic Sites Section, said. "Of
course, we are extremely happy to
have the grant. Fort Fisher's exhibits
are literally worn out. having been
in place since the early 1960s. The
grant will enable us to plan and in
stall new interpretive exhibits to bet
ter tell the story of the Civil War
"The ECU grant will also add
greatly to our knowledge." McPher
son said, "since part of Fort Fisher's
reason for existence was to protect
To Offer Free
The Brunswick County Literacy
Council will sponsor a free tutor
training workshop on Friday. Nov.
12. from ft until 9:30 p.m. and con
tinuing Saturday. Nov. 13, from 9
a.m. until 4 p.m. at its office in
The workshop will enable partici
pants to tutor using the Laubach
method, a phonics-based way of
teaching reading. Rich Dixon will
lead the Friday night session, and
Susan Eggert will lead the Saturday
Call the literacy council at 754
7323 to pre-register or for more in
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SUE CHAPMAN, a Dolphin Buddy team leader , and students Jes
sica Scott and Denver Stanley enjoy cake and punch at the first
Buddy event of the year at Union Elementary School.
30 Are 'Dolphin Buddies'
At Union Elementary School
Thirty students are participating
in Union Elementary School's "Dol
phin Buddy" program in its second
The buddies met their new leaders
in a special ceremony and social
held Oct. 15 at the school, said coor
dinator Gail Novello.
Dolphin Buddy is a program de
signed to enhance the self-esteem of
participating children by helping to
provide a loving and supportive at
mosphere for them at the school.
The organization also provides a cir
cle of friends the children know they
can count on for friendship.
Gail Novello and Robin Randolph
are coordinating the program this
year. Other leaders are Robin Gas
kin, Sue Chapman, Angie Gingras,
Paula Baldwin. Art Gamble, Mich
ael Stewart, Ginny Pridgen. Dawn
Long and Sue Reeves.
Other special activities are being
planned, including a social and a
"Socratic'-style discussion of a
book to be read by group partici
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