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South port Artists Prepare
For July 4 Art Show
Associated Artists of Southpott is
preparing for its annual Fourth of
July art show at Franklin Square
Works will be on display through
out July and will be juried, with
prizes awarded at a June 30 recep
tion. The show opens to the public
Aitist: sijf hand-deliver their
works to rt?s jdlsy Juuc 23-27.
Works will be accepted Saturday
and Monday from 10:30 a.m. until 5
p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 p.ra. No
shipped work will be accepted.
The exhibition is open to artists
18 years and older. No work previ
ously shown in the Franklin Square
Gallery July 4th Show will be ac
Works will be judged in one of
? TWo-dimensional works in
cluding oil, watercolors, pastels,
acrylics, mixed media and graphics.
(No photography or computer-gen
erated work will be accepted); and
? Three-dimensional works in
cluding sculpture and pottery not ex
ceeding SO pounds. (No kits or
copies will be accepted.)
All paintings must be framed,
wired and ready to hang and must
not exceed 50 inches in either direc
tion framed. All work must be for
A non-refundable entry foe of $15
per item will be charged, or $25 for
two items. Limit is two items.
For more information, call the
Masons Honor Russ
The Grand Lodge of Ancient
Free A Accepted Masons of
North Carolina and Shaiiotte
Lodte No. 727 recently hon
ored Woodrow Russ (above
left) of Shaiiotte for his 25
yours of membership. The
Grand Lodge presented a cer
tificate and the Shaiiotte Lodge
presented a plaque to Russ for
sS lodge meetings during those
25 years. Russ. past mest*r of
the lodge, has also served as
treasurer and on numerous
committees, shown with him
above is Randy Ward, master
of Shaiiotte Lodge No. 727.
Joyce Ann and Roger Dale Smith
of Calabash have announced the
birth of a son.
Samuel Herman Smith was born
June 1 at Loris Community Hospital.
Matthew and Jennifer Ruff of
Supply have announced the birth of
a daughter, Madison Elliott Ruff, at
5:24 pjn. May 29 at The Brunswick
Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 4
1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long.
Grandparents are Susan Wilbura
of Greensboro and Gene and Joyce
Ruff of Holden Beach. Great-grand
parents are George Elliott of Holden
Beach, Steedly and Ruth Ruff of
Msrrisburg, sad Vkk and Mas
Ramsey of Greenback. Tenn.
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gallery at (910)457-5450 1\icsday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5
A reunion of Jones family mem
bers scheduled June 12 has been
canceled due to sickness in the fami
The event will be rescheduled at a
later date. For more information
contact Edna Ludlum after 5 p.m. at
Married 50 Years
Bianco and Lucas Mori* Simmoiu of Ash c*Ubrated their 50th
wedding anniversary Saturday. A parly was given by their children
Extension Office Shares Info
About Canning, Freezing Foods
Want to make some blackberry
jelly but not quite sure how to start?
Did you try canning some toma
toes last year but a lot of the jars
Han a neighbor told you about a
"new way" to put com in the freez
er, but you're not sure it will work?
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rative Extension Office is inviting
inose with questions about "putting
up food" to call in for answers based
on procedures that have been tested
and proven to be safe.
The service also has some basic
"how-to" bulletins on canning and
freezing which are available at no
charge. "Home Canning in North
Carolina" gives recommended pro
cedures for canning fruits, vegeta
bles. meats and poultry. It also ex
plains how canning is done and
what equipment is needed, as well
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to can low-acid foods such as green
beans and meats.
To ask a question or request a
copy of "Home Canning in North
Carolina," call the extension office
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