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April 16 Wedding Set To Marry May 28
Marica Macdonald and Donald Robinson will be married Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hewett have announced the forthcoming
day, April 16, at 4 p.m. at the Oak drove Baptist Church in Supply. marriage of their daughter, Cheryl Irene, to Dewayne Varnam of
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ruth Macdonald of Wilmington; Varnamtown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Varnam. The wedding
her fiance is the son of Donald and Cathy Robinson of Supply. will be held at Dixon Chapel Church on Saturday, May 2H, at I
Friends and family of the couple are invited. p.m. Invitations will be sent.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Spotlight On Supply
I amura Walscr. French teacher,
and Penny Cumbie, Student In
formation Management Systems
(SIMS) operator, have been named
to the March "Spotlight" for Supply
Walser earned her bachelor s de
gree from UNC
French and mi
ncred in coni
She serves on
the Science and
her school and
WAI.SKR is a member of
the Foreign language Association
of North Carolina.
She is originally from l-exington
and currently lives in Wilmington.
"Miss Walser was chosen for be
ing a super French teacher," said
Principal Carolyn Williams. "She
keeps her students engaged in fun
filled activities. Lxarning French is
fun in her classroom."
Cumbie has training from the
of Real Estate,
U.S. Air Force.
She also has at
the i cal estate
field. U.S. Air
NASA She has "('i mhik
15 years' experience in computers.
She is a member of the Carolina
Shores North Homeowners Associ
tion. the Officers' Wives Club and
has served on the After-Prom
Committee for the past three years.
Nominations from her peers noted
her "positive attitude" and character
ized her as "helpful, patient and
Cumbie and husband Jeff live at
Carolina Shores. They have a son,
Steven, who lives in Charlotte.
The Crary School has recognized
its honor students from the nine
weeks grading period recently end
The students and their grade-point
averages on a scale of 4.(1 follow.
?Grade 4: James Fort, 4.0; Jon
Ramos. 3.89; Harris l.igon, 3.56;
Stephen Johnson, 3.78.
?Grade 5: Justin Davis. 3.78;
Chris Evans, 3.56; Rose Candela,
3.78; Kari Lewis, 3.89; Jessica Mc
?Grade 6: Angel Schettine, 3.6;
Elisha Thompson. 3.5; Beau Wat
kins, 3.6; Taylor Sheeley, 3.7.
?Grade 7; Ginger Clayton, 3.8;
Tambi Cron. 3.6; David Candela,
3.8: Dow Williamson. 4.0; Graham
Navy Chief Petty Officer Ralph
fc. Hintemeyer rccentiy received the
Navy Good Conduct Medal.
Me is the son of Dorothy N.
Meyer of Morehead Drive. South
Hie Good Conduct Medal "recog
nizes that the service member's hon
est and faithful service during a
four-year period," a Navy news re
lease states. "To earn it. Hintemeyer
achieved and maintained a satisfac
tory level of performance and an un
blemished conduct record for the en
lie joined the Navv in October
Marine Corporals Howard L.
Davis and Matthew L. Fenner have
recently returned from a six-month
Mediterranean Sea and Indian
Ocean deployment with 22nd Mar
ine Expeditionary Unit. Marine
Corps Base, Camp Lcjcunc.
Davis is the son of Chris 11.
Meyers of Shallotte; Fenner's wife
Kelly is the daughter of Bobby
Mercer of Shallotte.
Their unit was part of the USS
Guadalcanal Amphibious Ready
Group. The group served in the
Adriatic Sea in support of Oper
ations Deny Flight. Provide Promise
and Sharp Guard. The operations
helped enforce United Nations sanc
tions in the former Yugoslavia. The
ship also participated in Operation
Restore Mope, supporting U.N. hu
manitarian operations in Somalia.
The group also participated in an
amphibious landing exercise off the
southern coast of France; a com
bined ground, air and amphibious
exercise with Egyptian forces and
exercise Dynamic Guard off the
coast of Turkey.
Davis is a 1988 graduate of Hem
ingway (S.C.) High School. He
joined the Marin Corps in October
Fenner is a 1990 graduate of
Blackduck (Minn.) High School. Ik
joined the corps in June 1990.
Seven New Tutors
The Brunswick County Literacy
Council certified seven new literacy
tutors at a workshop held March 4
and 5 at Seaside United Methodist
They arc Jennifer Osborne of
Winnabow, Faye Smith of Supply.
Connie Rice of Long Beach. Anne
Cathey of Ocean Isle Beach and
Jody Hughes, Frances LaMoy and
Roy LaMoy, all of Sunset Beach.
The tutors are now certified in the
phonics-based Laubach method of
teaching reading and will be able to
tutor adults and teenagers who wish
to improve their reading and writing
Arrives In Germany
Army Pvt. Michael S. Smith has
arrived for duty at Harvey Barracks,
Smith, a motor transport operator,
is the son of Lee II. Smith of Supply
and Brenda L. Kay of Ciayiuu. i!i>
wife Mechale is from Four Oaks.
Smith is a 1W2 graduate of Clay
ton High School.
The following students recently
were recognized for perfect atten
dance at West Brunswick High
School during the first semester:
Grade 12: Marcus K. Bernard,
Machalin A. Blue, David T. Ful
wood. Heather L. Gibson, Melissa
Grade 11: Timothy Bellamy,
Christopher E. Brown, Nicholas
Gore, Matthew D. Hall, Kenneth L.
Hewett, Nathan P. Schatz.
Grade 10: Steven Alexander,
David Dewayne Bowens, Brandy
Leigh Capps, Holly D. Clemmons,
Melinda Grady, Keisha Renec Gre
gory, Jeremy Allen Holden, Brian K.
Huddle, Steppie Janeda, Kenneth
McGee, Patrick McGowan. Kenneth
Joel Meshaw, Amanda Lynn
Reeves, Tina M. Simmons. Jon
Stephen Thomas, James Ldwin
Grade 9: Joyce Nelson, Harmony
O'Connor, Leroy Radford, Jeffrey
Stanley, Charlotte Thorpe, Julie
White, Brandi Whitesides.
Bozeman Places Third
Brittany Bozeman, daughter of
Bobby and Melanie Bozeman of
Longwood, was the second runner
up at the Miss Tri-County Princess
Pageant held March 12 at UN'C
She advances to the Miss New
Hanover County Queen Pageant to
he held April 4 in Wilmington.
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South Schools Thursday
In its second round of site tours. School hoard members were also
Brunswick County Board of scheduled to meet in called session
Hducation members today Wednesday, March 23, starting at
(Thursday) plan to visit the four 9:30 a.m.
schools included in the South After working on policy develop
Brunswick attendance district. ment and revision, the board expect
At each school, board members ed to go behind closed doors at 3:30
will meet briefly with the principal, p.m. to discuss unspecified "attor
then tour facilities and visit class- ney/client matters".
Touring begins at 8:30 a.m. at
Bolivia Elementary School, moves
to South Brunswick Middle at mid
morning, then to Southport Ele- Civietown Volunteer Fire Depart
mental School after lunch. South ment will serve flounder and pork
Brunswick High School is the last barbecue dinners at the station Sat
stop, at 2 p.m. urday, April 2, starting at 8 a.m.
At 3:15 p.m. the board plans to Cost is $4 per dinner "with fix
meet at South Brunswick High with ings". For information on delivery
faculty members from all four of orders, call the fire station the day
schools to hear questions and dis- of the dinner at 754-8392.
cuss concerns. Proceeds go to support the depart
The board toured the North ment.
Brunswick schools in February and The station is at the intersection
plans to visit the West Brunswick of Holdcn Beach Road and Civiet
schools later this spring. own Road.
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Group Looking For WWII Items
"Southport Remembers" is look- on Nash Street.
ing for World War II memorabilia to The organization also is looking
display during the April 9-1(1 Sea for display cases to use during the
Notes concert and memorabilia event and volunteers to help staff
show. exhibits. World War II veterans are
All items will be tagged, logged in also being invited to share their cx
a book and properly stored until the periences during the event.
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Paper items should be encased in mittcc dedicated to remembering the
clear plastic or framed, he added. World War II past. For more infor
Memorability can be brought to mation, call Jim McKee at
the Southport 2<XX) Visitor Center (910)457-7927.
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