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VFW Post To Sell Stew At Festival
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ning at 7 a.m.
Prices for the stew will be SS per
quart container and $3 per pint
Sunday sales will be by the quart
The Post 8866 ladies auxiliary
will sell ham biscuits, sausage bis
cuits and coffee beginning at 7 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets for the auxiliary's 13-inch
color television set can be purchased
at the food booth. Drawing for the
television will be Saturday at 4 p.m.
ickets for a dressed hog will also
he available at the post's booth.
rawing for the hog will be at 3
P m. Sunday.
Seniors Plan Luncheon
I he Town Creek Senior Citizens
plan to have lunch Thursday, Nov 4
at Middle of the Island Restaurant at
The group will meet at Town
Creek Park at Winnabow at 10:30
a.m. and travel together to the rest
aurant for a meal at noon, said
spokesman Marie Young.
Laney Blanton, director of the
Lower Cape Fear Hospice, was the
guest speaker for the South Bruns
wick Islands Optimist Club meeting
last Tuesday in Shallotte.
Blanton spoke about services pro
vided by the organization to termi
nally-ill patients and their families
and discussed opportunities for vol
In other business, the club made
final plans for its annual Christmas
Tree sale, which will begin Thanks
giving Day in Shallotte. An exact
site has not been determined.
The next club meeting will be
Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 6:30 p.m. at
Joe's Barbecue in Shallotte.
All prospective members are in
vited to attend. For more informa
tion. call Kerry Craig at 842-4891.
NARFE To Meet
The Intracoastal Chapter of the
National Association of Retired
Federal Employees (NARFE) will
meet for breakfast at 9 a.m. Nov. 2
in Thomas' Restaurant, Calabash.
A business meeting will follow
Members are being encouraged to
write to their congressional repre
sentatives concerning proposed
health insurance plans.
Plans for the chapter's Christmas
party will be discussed at the meet
All retired federal employees and
their spouses are invited to become
Jeri King, lead nurse in the Adult
Health Care section of the Bruns
wick County Health Department,
will be the guest speaker at the Nov
ember meeting of the Newcomers
Club of South Brunswick.
The meeting will be held in the
dining room of The Brunswick Hos
pital at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3.
King is an officer in the Night
Owls Toastmasters Club, a public
speaking and communications club
in the Southport-Oak Island area.
All newcomers to the area are in
vited to attend.
For more information contact
Jerry Wolff at 754-7244 or Sam
Lehew at 579-0728.
D.A.R.E Is Topic
Lt. Ronald Hewett of the Bruns
wick County Sheriff's Department
will speak at the meeting of the
Brunswick County Democratic Lad
ies Monday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. at the
Democratic Party 1 ieadquarters
north of Supply.
He will discuss the Drug Resis
tance Education Program (D.A.R.E)
he conducts for fifth graders in co
operation with the Brunswick
County Schools, said Ouida Hewett.
Hewett was named the United
State's top D.A.R.E. officer earlier
this year by his peers nationwide.
All Democratic women are invit
ed to hear him.
An organizational meeting for a
Ladies Auxiliary to Shallotte Vete
rans of Foreign Wars Post No.
1 1275 will he held Monday. Nov. 1.
The meeting will begin at 7:30
p.m. in the N.C. National Guard
Armory on Main Street in Shallotte.
Membership is the auxiliary is
open to all wives, mothers, grand
mothers, sisters, daughters, step
daughters or stepmothers of a veter
an who served overseas and has
earned a combat medal or ribbon.
For more information contact
Paul or Jewel Smith at 754-4748, or
P.O. Box 333, Shallotte, N.C.
Brunswick Community College is
offering a painting class every Mon
day and Tuesday night at West
Brunswick High School in Shallotte.
The class will run from 6 p.m. un
til 9 p.m. each night. Registration
ends Nov. 2 and the fee is S40 per
person. There must be a minimum
of 12 students.
Students will work with oils and
watercolors. Terry Sellers Buckner
will be the instructor.
For more information on the
class, call Buckner at 754-7919 or
the college at 754-6900.
Waccamaw Volunter Fire and
Rescue Department in Ash will hold
its annual Halloween carnival Fri
day, Oct. 29, at 6 p.m. at the station
on N.C. 130.
General admission is 50 cents per
person, said Kevin Smith, assistant
fire chief. Games, live music, a
haunted house and food are planned.
Proceeds will support the depart
U/ii/nA A.iKa^oa. nur
Wayne Culbertson, RHS
Ann Brown, RHS
HOMES BY ANN
Hwy. 17 N., Shallotte, 754-5147
THURSDAY ? FRIDAY ? SATURDAY
October 28 thru_3Q
AK 47 Mak 90s
includes 100 rounds
SKS in a folding stock
with 30 round mags
SKS & AK 47
30 round mags
Skill Saws starting at $15 ? New 9MM Ruger $349
New Double barrel 12-gauge $289 ? Ruger 10-22 starting at $139
Mossberg and Maverick 12 gauge starting at $125
10 & 14 K Gold
starting at *28
10 & 14 K Gold
[ starting at *19.95
Limit one per customer
Diamond Earrings and Tennis Bracelets
Over 400 Rings In Stock-Great for Christmas
OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 12:30-5:30 TILL CHRISTMAS
Hwy 130, Holden Beach Rd , (1 milo from Hwy. 17)Shnlloltp, 754-2717 Jewelry Repair 8c ring
Open Mon.-Sat. 8:30-6:30 ^ sizing done on Premises
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AUCTION ORGANIZERS for the Calabash VFW auxiliarists *
benefit for Hope Harbor Home included Mary Moloney (standing,
left), Nancy Fraser (right) and Lorraine Koch (seated). They were
assisted by many helpers who cooked, served and cleaned up.
Students Focus Of Radio Spots
A West Brunswick High School "student of the week" is being fea
tured in a new radio spot that airs weekly on WCCA Radio Station in
Featured students are selected by the Student Recognition Committee
on the basis of having accomplished "a meaningful step in their educa
tional process," a news release indicated. That could range from receiv
ing an award, their best grade to date or perfect attendance, evidence of
the student caring or being of service to another, or demonstrating maturi
ty in handling a situation, as when the band and chorus were not allowed
to perform for President Clinton at the UNC Bicentennial Celebration.
Sponsored by McDonald's of Shallotte, the two-minute spots air every
Friday at 7:20 a.m. and 5:20 p.m.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Chandler Completes Basic Training
Air Force Airman 1st Class Eric
II. Chandler has graduated from Air
Force basic training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During six weeks of training the
airman studied the Air Force mis
sion, organization and customs and
received special training in human
In addition, airmen who complete
basic training earn credits toward an
associate degree through the Com
munity College of the Air Force.
Chandler is the son of Carroll F.
Chandler of Galloway Road, Boli
via. He is a 1993 graduate of South
Brunswick High School.
Trains In Berlin
Army Spec.. Anthony C. Murphy
has completed a U.S. Army primary
leadership course in Berlin.
Students received training in su
pervisory skills, leadership princi
ples and small unit training tech
niques for first-line supervisors in a
technical or administrative environ
Murphy, a team leader, is the son
of Willia and Jeiry Cotten of Leland.
Pope Is Secretary
Janet Pope has been named secre
tary of the recently organized West
Brunswick High School PTA
Academic Boosters Club.
She received the position after
Lena Mae Butler declined to serve
after her election.
The group is organizing to sup
port the academic programs at the
high school and to recognize student
academic achievement. Moses Stan
ley is president.
Holden Beach Voters
HOPE HARBOR representatives Wanda Feldt (left) and Cathy
Snaim (center) express their appreciation to Cathy Sommers, aux
Calabash Post Sets Poppy Sales
Made To Hope Harbor Shelter
In recognition of Veterans Day,
members and auxiliarists of Cala
bash Post 7288 of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars will lie at various
stores in the Calabash area Nov. 5
and 6 asking for donations for pop
pies made by disabled veterans.
Proceeds of poppy sales go to
needy veterans and their families.
The auxiliarists held their Chinese
auction Oct. 20 and raised S338 for
Hope Harbor Home.
The auxiliary has plans to donate
a VCR, slippers and "ditty bags" of
personal items for service people in
Fayetteville. The gifts will be deliv
ered on the group's next trip to the
Veterans Hospital in December.
Other recent donations include
SUM) to Ronald McDonald House, a
temporary home for families who
have a termially ill child in nearby
hospitals, and $25 to the VFW
National Home as a lifetime mem
bership from the auxiliary.
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IT'S THE HALLOWEEN
DON'T LET THESE LOW PRICES SCARE YOU!
There is so much to see at J. Livingston's
Halloween Sale! Our many dining and bed
room sets, occasional tables and accent
pieces-all in stock-are ready for immediate
delivery. You'll be pleasantly surprised at our
large selection of living room and family
room furniture. Come in today and save!
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