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Class Of '84
We* Brunswick High School
Class of 1984 will hold its ten
year reunion Saturday, Oct i, at
Sea Ttail Plantation's Jonet-Byrd
Clubhouse, Sunset Beach, begin
ning at 7 p.m.
Classmates interested in at
tending should call 287-3672 for
Sherri and Alan Hooper of Ocean
Isle Beach have announced the birth
of a son, Alan Wayne Jr., born Sept.
10 at Loris (S.C.) Community
Cheryl Lynn Winans and Jerry
Wayne Benton of Sunset Beach
have announced the birth of a son,
Austin Otis Benton, Sept. 12 at
Loris (S.C.) Community Hospital.
Venus and Luther Edwards of
Shallotte have announced the birth
of a daughter. Summer Marie Ed
wards, at 6:46 p.m. Sept. 13 at The
She weighed 5 pounds, 5 ounces
and was 18 inches long. She joins
siblings Justin. Coleen and Damien.
Grandparents arc Sambo Edwards
of Bricklanding. Daisy and Sam
Bennett of Ash and Stan and
Elizabeth Elpers of Louisiana.
Great-grandparents are Mr. and
? Mrs John Elpers of Florida and
Easter May Thomas of Louisiana
Gary and Polly White of Ash
have announced the birth of a
daughter. Madison Rcncc White, at
1:29 p.m Sept 15 at The Brunswick
She weighed 6 pounds. S ounces
and was 19 A inches long She joins
a brother. Joshua
Grandparents arc Jimmy and
Stella White of Ash and Williams
and Martha Register of Shallotte
Great -grandparents are Essie White
of Ash and True Hcwett of
Win Top Honors
GrcU Swain and Marilyn Harness
were first -place winners in the
Brunswick An Show sponsored by
Associated Artists of Southport at
Franklin Square Gallery
Swain was for two-dimensional
work and Harness, for three-dimen
Other winners in two-dimensional
arc are Reva Clark, second place;
John Evards, third, Cathy Johnson,
Row Selman and Bctt Rogers, merit,
and Dorothy Evards. honorable
Three -dimensional winners also
included Jim Keller, second; Joyce
Grazctti, third; Patsy Gcnovese and
Eilen Jones, merit; and Carol
Aweeky, marilyn Harness and Susan
Reneckc, honorable mention.
The gallery Ls open Tuesdays
through Saturdays, 10 a.m until S
E. lfanie Hill. D.D.&. MAD.
providing cane for
children and young adulta
?H M agc? 1-21 AUo care for
jT! Tjy the handicapped
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?X\j MEMBER: AMERICAN ACADEMY
V/ OF PEOWTRIC DENTISTRY
101 Village Pme*. Ahollotle
Sat., Oct. 8
Ode!! Williamson Auditorium at BCC
Join the cooperative spirit at
work and have fun.
Hope Harbor Home
Hope Harbor Home, Brunswick County's shelter for
victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, is seek
ing volunteers in the following areas:
? Transporting women and children to parenting
support groups and appointments.
? Providing child care, being called on as needed
during the day at the shelter and during support groups.
? Working at The Hope Chest thrift shop on Holden
Beach Road. Sales associates, merchandise receivers
and stock clerks are needed.
? Picking up and delivering donations to either the
office or The Hope Chest. Especially needed are volun
teers who have pickup trucks.
? Working the crisis line. Volunteers are on call
during the night and weekend to respond to calls from
victims of domestic violence and sexual assault who are
referred by Crisis Line or by the county 911 Center. This
may involve going to the hospital, getting a woman into
the shelter or listening to a woman's situation.
Volunteers usually serve for one week every four to six
? Helping at the shelter, organizing storage areas
and assisting in shelter maintenance. Plumbers, carpen
ters, handymen and people with similar skills are espe
? Assisting the legal advocate in providing support
to women who have filed charges against their abusers
or are trying to obtain restraining orders.
? Raising funds in such ways as selling cookbooks
and sweatshirts at local festivals.
For a volunteer application, contact Hope Harbor
Home at P.O. Box 233, Supply NC 28462, or (910)754
Crisp Jail is on us and
Cozy winter is nigh.
It's time to read those long,
exciting stories like
Clancy's Debt of Honor
Grisham's The Chamber
or the ?
Gears' People of the Lakes ?|
Buy or rent! them at
now across from Archibald's
on Holden Beach Rd.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES!
NO DEALERS OR RESTAURANTS, PLEASE! PRICES G
BONEY WILSON Lf SONS , INC. 1994
SEPTEMBER 21 - 27, 1994!
LIMIT O STEAKS
WITH 910 FOOD ORDER, PLEASE
1 Lb. Pkg. - Lundy's
Choice - Boneless Premium - Bone-In Premium
TOP NEW YORK FILET
ROUND STRIP MIGNON
STEAK STEAK STEAK
16 Oz. Pkg.
Hot or Mild
CRAB MEAT NUGGETS
32 Oz. - Kraft
LIMIT 4 WITH
LIMIT 2 WITH
3 Ltr. - Sundrop, FOOD ORDER,
Diet Sundrop, PLEASE
5 Lb. Baa
LIMIT 2 WITH
16 Oz. - Spaghetti,.
Thin Spaghetti or Muellers'
iuttt't r KrvjxjRMfX.
12 Pk. -
12 Oz. Cans
LIMIT 2 WITH
1/2 Gal. - Carton
Dozen - Freshly Baked
QUA RAN TEE
We offer \ ft
in town ??
L"lf you find
food item .for .
less in any other
food store in town,.
Wilsons will beat
that pricel" ^ ^