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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, December 02, 1993, Page PAGE 3-B, Image 17

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I JENKINS riiLLiAM DAVIS WARD Five Seek Miss Brunswick Title , Seven Vie For Little Miss In Five young women will compete for the title of Miss Brunswick County 1994 this Saturday, Dec. 4, in an 8 p.m. pageant in the Bruns wick Community College Odell Wi lliamson Auditorium. Contestants are: ^Jennifer Leigh Davis, 17-year old daughter of Phyllis Hendrick of Long Beach; BDannette Denise Jenkins, 19 year-old daughter of Annie Jenkins of Winnabow; BAshley Brooke Summerlin, 18 year-old daughter of Harvey Sum merlin and Pamela Muggins of Long Beach; ?Kristian D'Lee Pulliam, 21 year-old daughter of James and Wanda Klein of Long Beach; and ?Gayle Renee Ward, 20-year-old daughter of Carroll and Nancy Ward of Long Beach. Master of ceremonies will be Chris Scott. Entertaining will be Erin Holden and the Brunswick County Dancers from the Dance Connection in Shallotte, under the direction of Ann Hucks; Miss Cape Fear Country, Charlene Franken burger; Miss North Myrtle Beach, Shea Broom; 1994 Miss Greater Wilmington Tiffani Payne; Miss North Carolina Mary Susan Runion; 1993 Miss Greater Wilmington Sandy Oxford; Little Miss Bruns wick County Maleta Murray. Saturday Pageant Guest speaker will be Sheila Lee, Tyner of Bolivia; executive director of the Miss North Carolina Program. Also featured will be the 1994 Little Miss Greater Brunswick County Pageant. Competing in this group will be: ?Ashley Elizabeth Smith, 9-year old daughter of Spencer and Cynthia Smith of Winnabow; ?Marguie Lee McCarthy, 8-year old daughter of John and Amy McCarthy of Southport; ?Natalie Michelle Tyner. 8-year old daughter of Wayne and Pam ?Amanda Elizabeth LeMaster, 8 year-old daughter of David and Harriet LeMaster of Southport; ?Kimberly Rae Jackson, 9-year old daughter of Cindy Jackson and Lonnie Jackson of Southport; ?Brittany I.eAnn Babson, 7-year old daughter of Wayne and Martha Babson of Bolivia; and ?Alexandra Kay Floyd, 7-year old daughter of Robert and Jan Floyd of llolden Beach. Tickets to the pageant will be $7 for adults and $4 for children. Thalian Hall Offers Classic 'Babes In Toyland' Dec. 1 1 Victor Herbert's classic holiday musical "Babes in Toyland" will come to the Thalian Hall Main Stage Dec. 1 1 with two perfor mances by the national tour. "Babes in Toyland" features the holiday classics "Toyland" and the "March of the Toys." Two performances are offered, at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets are $16, $14 and $10, and $10 for youth in all seating areas. For tickets or reser vations, call the box office at Thalian Hall, 1-800-523-2820. "Babes in Toyland," which first opened in New York City in 1903, is the story of young Jane and Alan Cassidey, who have run away from home, fed up with what they consid er to be unjust rules. They find themselves in magical Toyland, filled with dancing and singing toys created by the town's main resident, the kindly Toymaker. Complications appear in the form of Mr. Pinkerton, a greedy detective who sets out to steal the Toymaker 's plan for a toy soldier who marches. \a/: ? I \/cr\ ? Tllll iuuuw v I VJ Sets Barbecue The Winnabow Volunteer Fire Department will be serving barbe cue on Saturday, Dec. 4, from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Plates will include pork barbecue, potato salad, coleslaw and hush pup pies. Cost will be $3, or $4.50 for a "super plate." The department is on Governor's Road, off U.S. 17 in Winnabow. In the end. Jane and Alan reunite with their parents, the evil Mr. Pinkerton is outwitted and the Toy maker shows off his new toys oldiers in the stirring "March of the Toys." "Babes in Toyland" has been made into motion pictures three times, including Laurel and Hardy's 1934 version, Tommy Dorsey's swing version of 1939 and Walt Disney's 1961 version which fea tured Annette Funicello, Tommy Sands, Ray Bolger and Ed Wynn. Thalian Hall is at 310 Chestnut St. r GALLERY <3 LOCAL ART ? POTTERY JEWELRY ART SUPPLIES STITCHERY "THE UNUSUAL" Come in TODAY and receive a complimentary gift with a $5 min. purchase. Selected for your pleasure by Artist ? Owner Betty Peat Calabash Post Office Complex JJwy. 179 ? (919)579-992^ " _Mon.-Sat. 10-5^ [Going Out Of Business SALE NG MUST GOOOOO Thursday, Dec. 2nd-8:00 a.m. * <: 30% ? 50% { I OFF ENTIRE STOCK ? Including New Holiday Merchandise U? ? Shoes ? Clothes ? Accessories + Lingerie ? Hats & Handbags ? Fixtures Included Just In Time For Christmas Do All Your Shopping At Discount Prices ?tli& ' Aadiai St 102 E. Main St. ? Whiteville ? (910)642-2709 Announcing. . . WEIGHT WATCHERS will meet every Wednesday-6:30 PM a t Lockwood Folly Community Building Stanbury Rd., just off Hwy 130 E, Holden Beach Many Trolls on Sale 1/2 Price! Collect a Possible Dream Santa from Cards ft 910-579-8984 Snowbabies ? Stuffed Animals Fenton Glass ? Wine Glasses Vases ? Windsocks Christmas party goods & gift wrap Ceramic pens and refills ? Jewelry T-Shirts W- - - , , Free gift wrapping 'mltrn Open daily Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 Hwy. 904 between Ocean Isle and Sunset (next to Food Lion) ? Seaside Extra Low Prices . . .Everyday! 15 Oz. Kellogg's Krispi Rice Krispies O .$009 Reg. $2.73 Each m FOOD LIONj We Sell Postage Stamps! Prices in this ad good Wed., Dec. 1 thru Tues., Dec. 7, 1993. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. 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