North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
Long Beach Will Host
'Family Fest' On Oct. 8
The town of Long Beach will
sponsor the Long Beach Family Fest
on Saturday, Oct. 8.
Continuous entertainment in E.F.
Middleton Park is scheduled from
11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Performances
ate planned by ihe Brunswick
County Concert Band, bell-ringers,
dancers, doggers, church choirs and
Food will be served by the Oak
Island Elks Club. Games of skill
will be offered, along with a "dunk
ing booth" where town officials are
expected to find themselves "in the
Proceeds go to the Long Beach
Recreation Center expansion fund.
Entertainment schedule is as fol
? 11:30-12:30, Brunswick County
? 12:30-1, Toastmaters' Tall Tales
a 1-1:30, karate
? 1:30-2, Oak Island School of
? 2:30-3, Sweet Adelines
? 3-3:30, Southport Baptist Bell
? 3:30-4, doggers
? 4-4:30, church choirs
? 4:30-5, Oak Island Band
Middleton Park is adjacent to the
Long Beach town hall.
New Post Forming In Southport
A new Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 385 is being formed in South
An installation meeting will be
held at the Western Sizzlin' Steak
House in Southport at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 29.
Membership is open to all veter
ans who participated in overseas
military engagements and who were
honorably discharged from service.
Fish Fry Friday
Shallotte VFW Post 11275 will
host a fundraising fish fry on Friday,
Sept. 30, beginning at 10 a.m. in the
Jones Department Store parking lot,
Main Street, Shallotte.
Plates will cost $4.
VFW Sets BBQ
Holden Beach Veterans of Fo
reign Wars Post 8866 will host a
barbecue on Saturday, Oct. 1, begin
ning at 11 a.m.
Complete dinners will cost $3.75
each and may be picked up at the
bridge entrance on Holden Beach
causeway or at the VFW Post on
Sabbath Home Road between the
Tri-Beach Volunteer Fire Depart
ment and lx>ckwood Folly Golf
NARFE To Meet
Intracoastal Chapter 2266 of the
National Association of Retired
Federal Employees will meet
Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 10:30 a.m. in the
VFW Hall, Calabash.
Officers for 1994-95 officers will
be nominated and the December
Christmas party will be planned.
The South Brunswick Islands Ro
tary Club has announced a change in
Starting Friday, Oct. 7, the local
club will meet at Tamers Restaurant
at Lions Paw Golf Club on N.C. 904
near the intersection with U.S. 17.
The club meets every Friday at 7:30
For more information, call Elsa
Jardine, secretary, at 754-7484 or
Coastal Concert Association
Announces Six Performances
A performance by the Slovak
Symphony on Oct. 18 will open the
Coastal Concert Association's 1994
Subscriptions are being taken for
Five concerts to take place from Oct
ober through March. Season tickets
are available from $35 to $50 for
adults and $20 for students.
Concerts will begin at 8 p.m. in
the Myrtle Beach High School
Auditorium, and seating is available
for persons with disabilities.
TTie Slovak Symphony's 80 mem
bers will play works by Smetana
and Dvorak. The Dukes of Dixie
land wiii present an evening of New
Orleans jazz on Friday, Nov. 28. The
Begins At Library
Fall storytime for preschoolers
will begin Oct. 6 and continue
through Dec. 19 at the temporary
West Brunswick Branch Library,
Resort Plaza, Shallotte.
Storytime for children ages 3
to 5 will be Thursdays from 10
until 10:45 a.m. Parents may reg
ister their children at the library.
For more information, call
l^i ^ ?
* II B I ICI
C Ia (V 1_ _ J ?-?? ????? ...
Sunset Harbor/Zion Hill Volun
teer Fire Department will sell barbe
cue plates on Saturday, Oct. 8, from
2-6 p.m. at the fire station.
Plates will cost $4 and will in
clude barbecue, cole slaw, baked
beans and roll.
At 6 p.m., the department will
hold its first turkey shoot of the sea
son at $2 a shot.
The station is on Sunset Harbor
Road off N.C.211.
January program will feature the re
turn of the Dallas Brass on Tuesday,
Jan. 24. On Feb. 23 the duo piano
team of Landsberg and Yount will
combine with the San Francisco
Festival Pops Orchestra. The series
will close March 22 with the nation
al touring edition of Cole Porter's
musical "Anything Goes. "
For more information, call the as
sociation office on Tuesday or
Thursday between 10 a.m. and 3
p.m. at (803)449-7546 or stop at the
office, at Horry-Georgetown Tech
nical College, Grand Strand Cam
pus, 65th Avenue South, off U.S. 17.
& Car Discount
Insure both your home and car
with Nationwide, and get a special
money-saving discount on your
homeowners insurance AND
another money-saving discount
on your auto insurance. Call today.
Phillip W. Cheers
4700 Main St.,
Nationwide is on your sicta
Nabomiwls Mutual Insurance Company and AMutod Companws
><or? 0??io? Or* Naftorrwtfa Plus. Cck*rt*A. OM 43216
mar* of Nattomwda Mutual Insurant* Company
Time to plant
pansies are in
LAWN AND GARDEN _
Open 7:30 am-5:30 pm Mon.-L?,i. ^
Hwy. 130, Holden Beach Rd. (X mile from causeway)
To Marry Nov. 1 2
Bonnie R. Stewart and Kimberly N. Evans, both of Charlottesville,
Va., nill be married Nov. 12 at Trinity Presbyterian Church in
Charlottesville. The bride-elect is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.
I.W. Stewart Jr. of Charlottesville. She is a nurse in the newborn
intensive care unit of University of Virginia Health Sciences Cen
ter. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Cleyon Evans of
Waccamaw School Road, Ash. He is employed by Craig Builders of
Calligraphy Class Begins
A course in calligraphy ? the art
of beautiful handwriting ? will begin
Sept. 29 for eight weeks on the
Southport campus of Brunswick
Classes will take place on Thurs
day evenings from 6:30 until 9 p.m.
in Room 130 and will be taught by
Catherine Langsdorf. Cost will be
$30 plus a $15 supplies fee.
According to the instructor, the
course will focus on the italic hand,
both lower and upper case, layout
and flourishing. Exercises are de
signed for beginners and intermedi
To register, call 754-6922 or
HIV, AiDS To Be PTA #V%eetirsg Topic
A workshop on HIV and AIDS
will be part of the Shallottc Middle
School PTA's meeting Tuesday, Oct.
4, at 6:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Meriam
Reid of the Brunswick County
Health Department. A short video
tape entitled "Talking with Teens"
will be shown. There will also be a
video for parents to preview before
it is offered for classroom use.
"This meeting is designed to an
swer any questions that parents
might have about educating our chil
dren about HIV and AIDS," said
Principal Sandra Robinson. "Due to
the subject and method of presenta
tion, this may not be an appropriate
meeting for children to attend."
? Herb Plants For Fall
Goodman Rd o* Hwy 17
3 M.kat N of WmaDow
BEER KITS ? WINE KITS
1*^ ?? CORDIAL KITS hours:
1207 Hwy. 17 S. Mon.-Fri.1W
North Myrtle Bch. Wcl1 W* Your Thur 10-7
Th. Pun* Building" Gift Tor You S^ KJ-S
Ground Fresh .
Several Times Daily
, Lb. - Hot Or Mild
Red Or 1
__ Gold ?
. 1 Assorted Flavors
Idaho RUSSCt Beay Crocker
Baking Or Hamburger
- "^Swect | Helper
10 Lb- ?
aetf. 81.60 1
JO W *? v/"
. White Or
3 LD. d?HS , " - ?
Yellow Onions # .
& sooe 1C?P Regular Price ? -
Rinuon Manuf. Key Feature Price
:e r? SSS3?=r' Manuf. coupon ?22
*oo?l Uon l?
B Pk/20 Oz. Non
Coke. Caffeine Free Diet
Coke. Coke Classic.
The Riflht T?
Prices in this
ad. are good
Tues., Oct. 4.