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Getting Poppy From Pop
Epp Lee of Sea Trail places a red poppy on his daughter ; Deven,
during the Veterans of Foreign Wars poppy sale last weekend.
Watching are Calabash VFW Post 7288 member Al Paraska (left)
and Patricia Rath, post poppy chair. Proceeds from the sale go into
the post 's relief fund to help needy veterans and their families.
Ladies Auxiliary Honored
Veterans of Foreign Wars .Post
7288 Ladies Auxiliary has been
awarded a plaque from the Cove
Care Home in Shallotte for 2,000
hours of service.
The auxiliarists donated 29
American flags, one for each class
room, to Union Primary School on
Friday in remembrance of Veterans
Day. The project was chaired by
Mae Maloney, senior vice president.
A Veterans Day ceremony was
held at the Calabash post with Scout
leader Joel Richardson of Troop 808
displaying 15 historical flags on the
post lawn ranging from the
American Revolution to the Star
Spangled Banner of 1814.
Eagle Scout Matt Richardson led
the group in the Pledge of
Allegiance. Walter Benes donated
$100 to the Scout troop on behalf of
the Veterans Golf Association.
Auxiliarists arc making ditty bags
for patients of the V.A. Hospital in
Fayetteville. Also, a television and
videocassette recorder are being do
nated for the Women Veterans'
Clinic. Games are being donated to
the substance abuse clinic. The
items will be delivered by post
members and auxiliarists during
their December visit to the hospital.
The auxiliarists* next meeting
will take place Monday, Nov. 21, at
7 p.m. Officers will meet at 6.
Two Win Prizes
VFW Post 8866 Ladies Auxiliary
has announced winners of its recent
drawing for prizes.
Carolyn Moskowitz of Supply
won the videocassette recorder, and
Fetzer Hartsell of Oakboro won the
Bryan Varnum print.
The next VFW Auxiliary meeting
will be at noon Dec. 13 at Joe's
Brunswick Islands Baptist Church
is extending its singles ministry with
a singles' weekend Saturday and
Sunday, Nov. 19-20.
Saturday activities will begin with
an evening meal provided by the
"This opportunity to meet other
singles in Christian fellowship is for
those never married, divorced, di
vorced with children, widowed, and
widowed with children," said church
spokesman Douglas Hall.
Discussion topics will include
"Helping Children Heal," "Finance
Workshop," "Legal Aspects of
Single Living," "Rebuilding My
Life," and "Living Single."
Sunday activities will include
breakfast, a special Sunday school
and the Sunday service.
Singles of all ages are welcome to
attend. If you plan to go, call 842
Free BP Check
To Be Offered
Free blood pressure checks will
be offered at two sites Nov. 29 by
Comprehensive Home Health Care
in celebration of National Homecare
The program will take place at the
Shallotte Wilson's supermarket from
8 a.m. until noon and at the
Southport Wilson's from noon until
Area Schools Announce First
Honor Rolls Of School Year
Eight Bolivia Elementary School
students in fourth and fifth grade
made the "A-Team" by earning
grades of all A's during the first nine
weeks of the 1994-95 school year.
They are fifth graders Christina
Hughes and Shannon Gilbert and
fourth-graders Larry Auiu&n, Mat
thew Gore, Ian Lewis, Jason Ramm,
Ashley Smith and Natalie Tyner.
Students who earned all A's and
B's attained the A/B Honor Roll, as
A/B Honor Roll
Fifth Grade: Michael Braddock,
Margaret Connolly, Elliott Rey
nolds, Michael Wright. Angela Hol
den, Cassie Huffman, Waverlyn
Nixon, Chris Prince, Andrew Rich,
Amanda Willetts, Christina Beasley,
Todd Evans, Cody Knox, Efrid
Johnson. Tami Newman, Jasmine
Taylor, John Skipper;
Fourth Grade: Trista Bellamy,
Ashley Gore, Jessica Hewctt, James
Lewis, Matthew Pittman, Jeremy
Robbins, Tanika Young, Sean
Beatty, Natalie Deanda, John Gil
bert, Morgan Gore. Billie Strickland
and John Skipper.
Eight students in fourth through
eighth grade earned all A's at
Waccamaw Elementary School in
Ash during the first nine-weeks
On the A honor roll are Zachary
Babson, fourth grade: Dana Leggett,
Whitney Little and Christy Reaves,
fifth grade; Nicholas Jones, sixth
grade; Nicholas Tompkins, seventh
grade; and Aimec Long and Troy
Simmons, eighth grade.
Students who earned all A's and
B's made the A/B honor roll, as fol
A/B Honor Roll
Fourth Grade: Lindsey Evans.
Brandy Gore, Travis Gore, Brandi
Harrison, Patrick Holloman, Jessica
Long, Jessica Lowery, Jason Ric
hardson, Jordan Pritt.
Fifth Grade: Amanda Babson,
Lindsey Bolton. Carla Daniels, Jam
ieka Elliott, J.J. Fowler, Zachary
Jones, Eric Lucas, Brandon Nobles,
Rubi Romero, Elliott Simmons, Gee
Simmons, Josh Skaggs, Alex Smith.
Michael Thomas, Brcann Ward,
Sixth Grade: Shannon Bland,
Efrain Campos. Christina Faircloth,
Ashley Hughes, Emily Pritt. Maria
Romero, Matthew Russ and Shanna
S?v??n?h Grade: Nicole Babson,
Ricky Babson, Rhonda Bates,
Amanda Bland, Will Gore, Jarod
Lcggett. Derek Lewis, Jennifer
Mclxan, Tony Mintz, Brabham
Owens, Jaymus Stanley.
Eighth Grade: Delphia Daniels,
Raven Ferguson, Jomondrc Frink,
Natasha King, Laurie Penny, Siacey
Phillips, Chris Russ, Joshua
Help is available for West
Brunswick High School students
who are having trouble with math
The WBHS Math Club offers a
peer tutoring service from 7:30 a.m.
to 8: 10 a.m. each day in Room 156.
Students and teachers arc also
available to provide after-school as
sistance from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.
every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday at the same location.
For Parking Lot
Students in the vocational-techni
cal curriculum at West Brunswick
High School recently built a new
sign for the student parking lot.
The entrance side identifies the
student/visitor parking area, while
the exit side reminds motorists to
This sign was a joint effort of the
carpcntry class taught by Gary
Poulos and Students Against Drunk
Driving (SADD). Both groups are
encouraging school safety and im
proving the appearance of the cam
10th Waterway Christmas
Regatta Planned For Nov. 26
The MMh annual Intracoastal
Christmas Regatta is scheduled fur
Saturday, Nov. 26, by the Little
River Chamber of Commerce.
The waterway will be trans
formed into a winter wonderland of
twinkling lights, music and special
effects as dozens of decorated boats
pass by. The parade begins at 4:30
p.m. at Tilghman Point, passes by
the Little River waterfront and ends
at Dock Holidays Marina at 13th
Avenue North in North Myrtle
Vessels will compete with lights,
music, decorations and special ef
fects. Boat entry fee is $25, and tro
phies will be presented in various
Spectators are asked to bring a
new unwrapped toy or monetary do
nation to any of the viewing sites to
benefit the "Christmas is for
For more information, call the
Little River Chamber of Commerce
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Lewis (deceased), Samuel Washington Lewi* III, Victoria Gale
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ALL ABC PERMITS
Friday at 10 pm
Featuring An ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT MENU
Roast Tom Turkey Baked Ham
Roast Beef Au Jus Sauteed Shrimp
Flounder Filets Homemade Stuffing
Mashed Potatoes Broccoli & Cheese
Green Beans Sweet Potato Souffle
Butternut Squash Cranberry Sauce
Tossed Salad and Fresh Bread
Homemade Pumpkin Pie, Pecan Pie, and Apple Pie
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