North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
PEOPLE IN THE NFWS
N.C. A&T University Honors Stanley
For Work As County Extension Agent
Brunswick County Home Econ
omics Agent Pearl Stanley has re
ceived the K.li.
service at the
presents the rvsx ' I
award annually STANELY
to an extension employee who de
votes 50 percent or more of their
time to helping "limited-resource
Dr. Dalton McAfee, interim asso
ciate dean of A&T's Cooperative
Extension Program, said, "After re
viewing her 16 outstanding years of
service to people in her community
and in her county. 1 can fuly under
stand how Pearl Stanley has lived up
to her name. In the Gospel of St.
Matthew. Chapter 13, Verse 46,
there is passage about a pearl of
great price, that once you find such a
gem, you must forsake all you own
to honor it. Well, we don't know if
we can forsake all we own to honor
Pearl Stanley tonight, but we can
start with the R.E. Jones Award."
McAfee praised Stanley's "tire
less work in helping young mothers
climb from the pit of welfare, for
teaching at-risk youth the value ?
both monetary and spiritual ? of
hard work, for giving senior citizens
food and safety knowledge that will
heighten the quality of their lives."
Stanley, a native of Morvin,
earned a bachelor's degree in home
economics in 1969 and a master's
degree in clothing and textiles in
1977 from N.C. Central University.
She lives in Shallottc with her husb
hand Elroy. They have a son. Elroy
During her years as a Cooperative
Extension agent, Stanley has helped
senior citizens lower their health
care costs, helped families increase
their resources and helped rural citi
zens in the Northwest Community
create their own town. She also
taught at-risk youth how to make
and sell crafts and clothing for extra
income and helped welfare mothers
turn their employment skills into
The R.E. Jones Program Award
was named for the first African
American ever inducted into the
N.C. Agricultural Hall of Fame.
Goes To Hefo School
Marine Pfc. Allen R. Ellixson,
son of Allen R. Ellixson and Brenda
B. Brown of Southport, recently
completed the Marine Corps'
Helicopter Mechanic Course.
During the course, which is
taught with Marine Helicopter
Training Squadron 204, 2nd Marine
Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air
Station New River, Jacksonville,
students receive training on the CH
4<iE Sea Knight helicopter. The
course also includes practical appli
cation in the repair and general
maintenance of helicopter engines,
transmission systems and flight con
The 1993 graduate of South
Brunswick High School of Boiling
Spring Lakes joined the Marine
Corps in December 1993.
Named To Who's Who
Ashley Summcrlin, daughter of
Don Summerline of Leland and Pam
Huggins of Long Beach, has been
Covered Dish Dinner Set
Town Creek Seniors meet at noon
Thursday, Dec. 1, at Town Creek
Park in Winnabow for a covered
dish luncheon, said Marie Young.
Each person who attends is asked
to bring a $3 gift for exchange, and
to bring canned goods or other non
perishable foods for the Volunteer &
Information Center's food program
for the needy.
Helen Wheldon will install offi
cers tor 1993.
Luncheon Aids Shelter
A Nov. 10 luncheon by the Ladies
Auxiliary of Calabash Elks Lodge
No. 2679 benefited Home Harbor
Home and its work on behalf of vie- ?
tims of domestic violence.
More than 100 people attended
the event, which featured Hope
Harbor Director Cathy Swaim as
With luncheon proceeds and con
tributions from the auxiliary and in
dividuals, the group presented Home
Harbor with S 1,480, with additional
Sing Planned At Seaside
United Methodist Church
A program of Christmas music
will presented in the format of a
Round-the-Table Carol Sing at
Seaside United Methodist Church.
The singing will take place on
Sunday, Dec. 4, and Tuesday, Dec.
6, at 7 p.m.
Carols, sung by the audience and
performed by vocalists and instru
mentalists, will be groups in the
course of Glorias, Noels, lullabies
and rounds. Tone chime players will
accompany the choir in a group of
carols about bells.
Mary Clute of Calabash will play
an early American carol on the
The church's minister, the Rev.
Jerry l^owry, will preside as the lord
of a candlelight English manor hall
decoiaieu for the AUvciii season.
Pages l.yn Loomis, Georgina Mat
thews, Stephanie Cate and Lauren
Munns will carry in a flaming pud
ding to conclude the musical event,
which will be followed by punch
and cookies in the Gathering Room.
The public is invited to attend ei
ther evening, said Marjorie Criss
man, Seaside's director of music.
The church is on N.C. 9()4 near
5470 Main St., Shallotte
MONTHLY BUSINESS MEETING
MONDAY, NOV. 28,7:30 P.M.
Members please attend.
This ad is smaller because
these 25th Anniversary
Still available at:
Or send *$18
plus $3.50 for postage and handling to:
3004 Holden Beach Rd., Holden Beach, NC 28462
?add $2.00 for XXL size
Make checks payable to: GHBMA
Call 842-7380 for more information
Ci?4 THE BRUNSWICK BEACON
named to "Who's Who Among Stu
dents in American Junior Colleges."
Summerlin is among 1 1 Saint
Mary's College sophomores who
have been selected.
Students were nominated by a
committee made up of members of
the faculty and administration at the
college and were chosen by the edi
tors of the annual directory. They
were chosen on the basis of academ
ic achievement, service to communi
ty, leadership in extracurricular ac
tivities and potential for continued
Summerlin served as Miss Bruns
wick County 1W4.
Daisy L. lvey. Ocean Isle Beach
town clerk, has graduated from the
International Institute of Municipal
Clerks Certification Institute, held at
the Institute of Government, Uni
versity of North Carolina at Chapel
The three-year course consists of
more than 1()0 hours of classroom
time before certification is awarded.
Candidates for certification also
must satisy experience requirements.
Two In Ceremony
Navy Petty Officer 1st Class
David C. Kilgore and Navy Petty
Officer 2nd Class Craig A. Cobb re
cently participated in a historical de
commissioning ceremony as one of
the final crew members of the 38
year-old aircraft carrier USS Sar
Cobb is the son of Patricia A.
Grissette of Shallotte. Kilgore is son
of Robert E. and Janice M Kilgore
of Calabash. They were one of more
than 2,000 sailors and Marines tak
ing part in the ceremony in Mayport.
Fla marking the end of one of the
first "super" earners built after
World War II.
Cobb, Kilgore and fellow crew
members recently spent two months
off the coast of the former Yugo
slavia supporting international sanc
tions in Bosnia-Herzegovina. After
leaving the Adriatic Sea, they joined
ships from 12 other nations for a
large-scale exercise in the eastern
Kilgore, a 1981 graduate of Bcrea
(Ohio) High School, moined the
Navy in February 1981. Cobb, a
1984 graduate of West Brunswick
High School, joined the Navy in
New Security Guard
Marine Cpl. Daniel J. O'Reilly, a
1992 graduate of South Brunswick
High School, recently graduated
from Marine Security Guard School.
During the course at Marine
Corps Combat Development Com
mand, Marine Corps Base, Ouan
tico, Va., students are taught the or
ganization and functioning of the
State Department's foreign servicc.
protection of classified material, in
terior guard duty, protocol, etiquette
and ceremonial functions, locks and
safes, fire prevention and identifica
tion of bombs and incendiary de
He joined the Marine Corps in
Wins Poster Contest
Donald Smigicl. an eighth-grader
at Shallotte Middle School, has won
the Shallotte Lions Club's "Peace in
My World" poster contest and goes
on to compete in round-two district
competition in Wilmington.
The competition is part of the
seventh annual Lions International
Peace Poster Contest.
Smigicl is the son of Sheila and
Buddy Wescott of Supply. His art in
structor at Shallotte Middle School
is Lola Jackson.
A grand prize winner will be cho
sen from 24 international finalists.
The grand prize includes a cash
award of Si. 500 and an all-cxpense
paid trip for the winner and two
family members to New York City
for the awards ceremony, to be held
in March at the United Nations.
The remaining 23 finalists will re
ceive certificates and a cash award
Holiday and Casual Fashion Sale
15% OFF All Merchandise
Friday and Saturday, 10 am -4 pm
SPECIAL: Girls' pants size 4-16, 52.50
NEW ARRIVALS: Dresses, velour and knit pant sets,
sweater/skirt sets, jogging sets, turtlenecks, cover-ups,
slacks, blouses and much more.
Register for five 510 gift certificates ? Drawing Dec. 19 .
Happy Thanksgiving! !
(closed Thanksgiving Day only) I
K&D MFG.8^NG i
Monday-Saturday 10 am-4 pm ? 430 Mulberry St. ? Shallotte
To Marry Dec. 23
Heather Rana Home of Shallotte and Timothy Kay Smith of Ash
will he married Dec. 23 at 7 p.m. at Shallotte First Baptist Church.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman G. Home
of Shallotte. She is employed by First Investors Hank. Her fiance is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Danny Smith of Ash. He is current
ly siuiUmeu ai Fori Siiis, Oka., with the VS. Army. Friends ana
relatives of the couple are invited to the wedding.
Union Tells Honor Roll
Union Elementary School has an
nounced its fourth grade honor roll
for the First nine weeks of school
Students who earned all A's made
the A honor roll, and students who
earned all A's and B's made the A\B
honor roll, as follows:
A HONOR ROLL
Meredith Andrews. Bonnie Ans
Icy. Tyler Champion. Baxter Cheek.
Blaine Cully, Graham Davis, DC
Ivarp. Amelia lx>ng. Corey Martin,
Austin Redwine. Louise Sheffield
A B IIONOK ROLL
Bonnie Ansley. Chantcl Belknap.
Patricia Bellamy, Camvsa Best,
Tyler Champion. Sham Clark. Mat
thew Clemmons. I .indscy ( 'lemons.
Melanie Diaz. Rachel Farly. Trey
Floyd. Brandon Irink. Jermaine
Frink. Vanessa Frink. Jennifer Ha
ley. Kay la Hewctt, Autumn Jenkins.
Catherine Johnson. Adam l^add.
Amelia l?ng. Melissa I>oughery,
Courtney Mclntvre. Kelly MaCiuirc.
Chanda Marlowe. Allison Martin.
Corey Martin. Brandon Masscy.
Trey Milligan. IXrena Muniz. Kelly
Padgett. Anthony Brandon Radford.
Jmhua Stanley, Felicia Thomas.
Brian Thompson, Pricilla Ward.
Tara White. Adnenne Yoho, Travis
Free miniature house ornament with
every $25 purchase
Open Mon-Sat 10-5 30. SUNDAYS 12-5
3C Hwy 904 between Ocean Isle and Sunset inext to Food Lion i Seaside t-y-*
Department 56 Dickens, New
England, North'Pole and City Villages
Scented Angel Ornaments ? I'uizles
Christmas Flags ? Santa Tens ? Miniature
Animals ? Scented Candles ? Wind chimes
Birdhouses ? Jewelry ? Birthstone Angels
Frve Gift Wrapping ? Greeting Cards
Thanksgiving be a
time for your
family and Jriends
to gather in peace.
Our employees will
be visiting their
families, too. So
we'll be closed
??? PRICING NOTICE ???
Thank you for shopping at Jones Ford.
Please note that we do not tag on other
items such as: administration fee, dealer
prep or other padded charges
Always Better Service,
Always A Better Deal!
All vehicles to qualified buyers plus lax and lags All rebates to dealer All trade-ins accepted at ACV
SMWIW \lyyiYip-, 43
754-4341 ? 1-800-832-5328 ? Hwy. 17 N., Shallotte ? SALES: Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-7 PM, Sat. 9 AM-4 PM ? SERVICE: Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30