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STEPHANIE GANEY won 5th
place statewide in a back-to
school sewing contest.
Places In State
A Leland 4-H'cr won fifth place
in the statewide Back-to-School
with Cotton Sewing Contest held
Aug. 1 1 at Peace College in Raleigh.
Stephanie Ganey, daughter of
Myrtle and Floyd Ganey of Moore
Road, competed against other 12-to
13- year -olds from across the state.
She is a member of the Leland 4-H
In a fashion show at the end of the
contest, Stephanie modeled the blue
and white country-style dress trim
med with lace that she had made.
She received a SIS cash award
from the N.C. Cotton Wives. The
competition was held by the N.C.
Cooperative Extension Service.
Beach Day Is
The last of the 1994 Summer Fun
Beach Days, sponsored by the
Brunswick County Parks and
Recreation Department and Long
Beach Recreation Department, is
scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 4.
A volleyball tournament will kick
off the scheduled activities. Players
will meet at the Long Beach cabana
at 11:30 a.m.
Music will be provided by
"Cream of Soul" from 1-4 p.m.
Other activities will include a sand
castle contest and children's games.
For more information, call Arch
Wilson of the Long Beach Recre
ation Department at (910)278-5518
or Emma T. McGraw at the Bruns
wick County Parks and Recreation
Department at 253-4357 or 1-800
Golf & Country Club
at St James
Cocktails 3-5:30 pm
A La Carte Brunch
Serving Lunch Daily
Dinner Friday 4 Saturday Nights
The "Friends From Calabash" or
ganization will sponsor a shower to
benefit the Ronald McDonald House
serving Duke University Medical
Sea Trail Plantation will be site of
the Sept. 20 event, which will take
place from 1 until 3 p.m.
Clubs and organizations from
throughout Brunswick County have
been invited to participate in the ef
fort by attending the shower and by
making or donating items for
Ronald McDonald House.
A group is meeting at the Cala
bash Emergency Medical Services
building on N.G. 179 on the third
Tuesday of each month. 9-11 a.m.,
to make crafts and other items for
Aluminum tabs are being collect
ed from soft drink and beer cans.
They are recycled to help families
who cannot afford $10 a night to
stay at Ronald McDonald House.
The Friends group also is collecting
UPC symbols and grocery store re
ceipts for programs which offer re
Among items on the extensive
Ronald McDonald House "wish list"
are personal items such as travel
size soaps, shampoo, disposable ra
zors, toothbrushes and toothpaste;
housewares such as plastic food
storage containers, paper towels and
baking staples; business office needs
such as postage stamps and comput
er furniture; games and toys; and
plants for the yard and grounds
At the Sept. 20 shower, personnel
from Ronald McDonald House will
show videotape of the house and
will provide information on its ac
tivities. The shower will be co-spon
sored by McDonalds Restaurant in
For more information about the
event or the fundraising efforts, call
Maryann Hall at 579-7105 or write
Ronald McDonald Friends from
Calabash, P.O. Box 4304, Calabash
^ GREAT WAVES!
Come see Dea Pack for
permanent waves and color weaving
(expires August 31)
walk-Ins welcome"or call fo! appointment
Main St., Shallotte, in Heilig-Meyers Shopping Center.
WHOLE NEW YORK
5441 Main St.
NEW YORK STRIP
LIMIT 2 PLEASE
Feet or Tails 2.95
Hog Maws .. 3.95
TURKEY NECKS OR
ALL PURPOSE WHITE
Potatoes 10 lb.
DELICIOUS TF O C
Cantaloupes ? / /
Granny Smith rnc
Apples i ib. D I
Mushrooms 8 oz. O #
Sauce io oz,
RUSSER SANDWICH Q O
Loaves ib. fc mil
NEW YORKER ^ Q Q
Provolone ?. J. //
YOUR CHOICE: OQ
Eggs, Grits or Hash Browns, Bacon 1 V V
or Sausage, Toast or Biscuit I
Raisin Bread >oaf
IGA 64 OZ.
Butter 3 ib
Sandwich % % Q
Cookies ....21b. I ? I M
Windex ..22 oz. 1.89
Lighter ....32 oz.
Prices effective August 24-30, 1994. We reserve the right to limit quantities. We gladly accept USDA Food Stamps.