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Together 50 Years
G.C. and F.tta Mae Stanley of liriek Landing celebrated their gold
en wedding anniversary Feb. 5 at SeaTrail Plantation. The Stan
leys were married Feb. fi, 1944. They are the parents of Michael
Stanley of Ocean Isle Reach, Leverne Stanley of Raleigh and Don
ald Stanley of Shallotte.
Second Wettest March
Weather Service Office
March 1994 was wet and warm,
according to the monthly climato
logical report of the National
Weather Service Wilmington officc.
The monthly precipitation of 8.27
inches was twice the normal of 3.88.
This was the second wettest March
since record-keeping began in 1871.
The greatest rainfall in a 24-hour
period was 4.81 inches, falling be
tween March 1 and 2. Most of the
rain, 4.38 inches, fell on the second
setting a new record daily rainfall.
ITie old daily record rainfall for the
second was 1.59 inches, recorded in
Another daily record rainfall was
recorded on the 25th, when 1.76
inches fell. The old record for the
25th was 1.52 inches recorded in
There were only eight days with
measurable rainfall, but the two dai
ly records produced over three-quar
ters of the total rainfall for the
month. There were three days with a
halt-inch or more, and two days
with one inch or more.
The average monthly temperature
was 57 degrees, 2.6 degrees above
normal. The hottest day was 80 de
grees on the 24th. The lowest tem
perature for the month was 31 de
grees on the 17th.
There were 11 clear days, five
partly cloudy days and 15 cloudy
days. Sunshine for the month was 73
percent of the possible.
Highest wind gust was 44 mph
from the southwest on the 28th. The
highest one-minute wind speed was
29 mph from the south on the 2Xth.
There were three days with thun
The highest sea level pressure
was 30.62 on the 12th. Lowest was
29.29 inches on the 2nd.
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Over 350 Varieties
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3 Miles N of Wmnabow
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Walk-in service and extended office
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The Brick Landing Plantation
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women n \~JUD win u Cnan
ty card party and luncheon on Mon
day, May 16 at noon in ScaTrail's
Pavilion Cypress Room.
Chairing the event are Marian
Gill and Rosemary Dobson. They
are working with a committee on
door prizes and favors for the event,
which will benefit seven local chari
ties?Hope Harbor Shelter, Friends
of the Library. Babies of Brunswick
Hospital, West Brunswick High
School Scholarship Fund. Volunteer
and Information Center, Shallotte
Volunteer Fire Department and Shal
lotte Volunteer Rescue Squad.
Drawings will be held for a hand
crocheted queen-size bedspread with
matching pillow, a "basket of cheer"
and a handcrafted afghan.
Donation for the card party is $6
which includes lunch and door prize
drawings. Arrangements can be
made to fill in at tables.
Tickets and further information
are available by calling Mrs. Gill at
754-2732 or Mrs. Dobson at 754
Calabash AARP To Meet
Calabash AARP Chapter 3640
will meet April 7 at 7 p.m. in the
Calabash Firehouse on Persimmon
Guest speaker will ho attorney
James Payne, who will present items
of interest to seniors.
The business meeting will follow.
Refreshments will be served, and
guests are welcome, said Tony
Santino, publicity chairman.
The Boiling Spring l.akes l.adies
Auxiliary will hold a hot dog/saus
age dog sale on Saturday, April *),
from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the
fire department on N.C. 87. Chips
and drinks will also be available.
Proceeds will go to the Boiling
Spring Lakes Fire Department and
Also benefiting the two squads
will be the "Italian Feast of the
Lakes" April 23, also at the fire de
partment, from 5-7 p.m.
Plates will consist of spaghetti,
salad, garlic/butter bread and fruit
cup and will cost $4.50 each. Diners
may eat there or take plates out.
For more information, call Brenda
Johnson, 845-8729, or Joan De
Fashion Show Set
A spring fashion show sponsored
by the Brierwood Golf Club pro
shop will highlight the next meeting
of the Bnervviwl I -adies Club.
The meeting will he Monday.
April II, at 7 p.m. in the Brierwood
Clubhouse. Club member Tammy
Lane and golf professional Charlie
Webster have arranged the fashion
All female residents of Brierwood
Instates are invited to attend the
Beachcombers To Meet
The Beachcombers Extension
Home makers Club will meet
Wednesday, April 13, at 10 a.m. at
Seaside United Methodist Church.
The program will be on how the
Ciirls Haven can help. Members will
receive a report on the results of
Ouilt Show '94 and plan for a trip to
the New Hanover Arboretum in
New members are welcome. For
more information, call Jean Meams,
president, at 579-2146.
Trip To Bulls Island
'file Beachcombers Shell Club of
the South Brunswick Islands will
take a shelling trip to Bulls Island on
Cost is $20 per person. Checks
should be made out to Fannie
Pcnnci and mailed to her at General
Delivery. Iloldcn Beach NC 28462.
Registration deadline is April 16.
For more information, call Fannie
Fennel at 842-4131.
Holden Beach Seniors
The llolden Beach Senior Citi
zens hold their monthly meeting
Monday, April II, at 6 p.m. at the
Lockwood Folly Community Build
ing on St anbury Road.
Featured guest is the Union
Chapel Youth Choir.
Off To Wilmington
llolden Beach Beautification
Club will meet Wednesday, April
13. at 10 a.m. at the town hall.
After a brief business meeting and
election of officers, club members
will travel to Wilmington for lunch
and a tour of the New Hanover
Jet Set To Meet
The Jet Set senior adult meeting
will be held April U instead of
April 4 because of Easter weekend,
said spokesman Audrey Ludlum.
The group will gather at Ella's in
Calabash at noon for lunch, then go
to Jennies Branch Church Hall for a
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