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New Tree Trimming To Be Held
By VFW Post 7288 December 7
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
7288 and auxiliaries will trim their
Christmas tree a little different this
year on Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. at the post.
A small cluster of poppies with a
name tag attached will be placed on
the tree by each member on behalf
of a loved one. Each will include a
donation to go into the post relief
Also on Dec. 1. the auxiliarists
will fill ditty bags with toilet articles
to deliver to the Veterans Admini
stration Hospital on Dec. 10 along
with cupcakes and refreshments.
Fruit and cupcakes will be
brought to The Cove rest home in
Shallotte on Dec. 12 at 2 p.m.
The next meeting is Monday,
Dec. 19 at 7 p.m.. 6 p.m. for offi
cers. The group will pack Christmas
food boxes for the needy following a
brief business session.
Intracoastal Chapter 2266 of the
National Association of Retired
Federal Employees will meet Dec.
10 at 11:30 a.m. at DCrbster's Rest
aurant in Calabash.
A luncheon will follow a brief
Drawing will take place for a
Christmas gin basket.
The Brierwood Ladies Club will
hold its annual Christmas party on
Friday, Dec. 9, in the Brierwood
The southern country buffet din
ner and dance will begin with copk
tails at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7.
Tickets are $ 1 2.50 per person and
can lie purchased from members G.
Averi!! M. Pa!acio J. Rotanz or E.
Sales. Purchases must be made by
All female residents of Brierwood
Estates are invited to attend with
AARP To Meet
American Association of Retired
Persons (AARP), Calabash Chapter
3640, will meet Dec. 1 in the
Calabash Firehouse on Persimmon
The evening will begin with a
covered dish supper at 6:30. A short
business meeting will follow.
Entertaining will be the Harmony
Show Choir from West Brunswick
High School, directed by Pattic Jor
Members will bring non-perish
able foods for four baskets to be dis
tributed to needy families. Each
member also will bring a toy for a
young child and will specify
whether the gift is for a girl or boy
and the age range, said Tony
Santino. publicity chairman.
The Stroke Support Group, which
previously met the fourth Wednes
day of each month at Grand Strand
Regional Medical Center in Myrtle
Beach, S.C., has changed its meet
ing place, date and time.
Meetings will now take place
every Wednesday at 10 a.m. at
Briarcliffe Mall in the food court.
The Stroke Support Group is in
tended to serve as an educational fo
rum and support group both for those
who have suffered a stroke and those
who are relatives of and/or caretak
ers of stroke patients. Participation is
free and open to the public.
For more information call Bob
Clancy at 803-249-6134.
Jet Set Party
The Jet Set senior adults' group
will meet at Kirby's Sizzlin Sirloin
Stcakhousc in Shallotte for its
Christmas party Monday, Dec. 5, at
Participants should bring a wrap
Burnell Stanley is program direc
tor for the party.
The Jet Set will not have their
regular meeting scheduled for noon
on Dec. 5.
'Holly Daze' Lunch
The North Myrtle Beach Chris
tian Women's Club will hold its
"Holly Daze" luncheon at noon Dec.
15 at the Surf Club, 1701 Springland
Lane. North Myrtle Beach.
Cost is $8.25.
On tile progiuin arc gifi iucas
from Chuck Tiller, music from Mary
Mincey and words from tour guide
A free nursery is available start
ing at 1 1 a.m. Reservations and can
cellations are necessary for both the
nursery and luncheon. Call Louise at
Oak Island Christmas By The Sea
Tour Is Sunday
The Oak Island Beautification
Club will sponsor its eighth annual
Christmas by the Sea Tour of Homes
on Oak Island on Sunday, Dec. 4,
from 1-5 p.m.
Tickets are $5 and may be pur
chased in advance at the Southport
Oak Island Chamber of Commerce
office on Long Beach Road or at
various businesses. Tickets will be
sold the day of the tour at the Long
Beach Recreation Center.
Houses to be featured in the
1994 tour are:
? William and Nancy Burnett,
407 Caswell Beach Road, Caswell
Beach. Designed by William Bur
nett, a retired construction contrac
tor, the house features an unusual
fireplace and third level with view
of marsh, ocean and mouth of the
Cape Fear River.
? Harnam and Sheila Sisodia,
115 Ocean Greens Lane, Caswell
Beach. The home reflects their
Indian heritage with silk paintings
on display including two pieces dat
ing back to the 1600s and scult
pures. paintings and collections
from all over the world.
? George and Eleanor Herndon,
712 Alyssum Ave., Caswell Beach.
Their Louisisana low-country home
in The Arboretum features an an
tique brick fireplace and has an at
tached gazebo overlooking the
marsh and waterway.
? Jeff and Judy Spivey, 6327
Kings Lynn, Long Beach. The
Spivey home is on the west end of
Oak Island with views of ocean and
sound. On display will be a porce
lain Santa collection and numerous
animal paintings and a large collec
tion of homemade Christmas
? William and Lois Carter, 9
Quail Hollow Drive, Yaupon Beach.
The home was designed by Billy
Carter and shows how design to ac
commodate a disabled person can be
beautiful and functional. The
kitchen features "four work stations,
four ovens and eight burners ? four
gas, four electric.
? George T. Rogister. 5412 W.
Dolphin Drive, Long Beach. The
older home, renovated as the fami
ly's Oak Island retreat, features view
across Lockwood Folly Sound and
the Intracoastal Waterway. Artwork
and pottery throughout the house are
by local artists and others.
? Collier and Pat Cropp. 102
N.E. Yacht Drive. A terraced back
lawn extends to the Intracoastal
Waterway with large screened-in
porch and deck overlooking the wa
Homemade baked goods will be
sold by the Order of (he Eastern Star
Chapter 371 at the Recreation Cen
Purchase of a tour ticket in
cludes complimentary refreshments
and entertainment at the Long Beach
Recreation Center on the afternoon
of the tour. Scheduled to perform are
three-piece combo Tebo Rogers,
Jack Burnish and John Richardson,
1-2 p.m.; vocalist Charm Allen, ac
companied by Linda Tronzo, 2-3
p.m.; Jo Ann Boles on keyboard
with a holiday dance exhibition by
Grant and Nancy Mays, 3-4 p.m.,
and guitarist Chris Scott. 4-5 p.m
Christmas Trees Are Here!
NC grown Christmas
trees... Fraser Fir,
extra full, height
from 5 to 9 ft.
Floral quality poinsettias
in a large variety of sizes
$2.99 and up.
We also have Christmas
lights and decorations.
| Quality birdseed at reduced price! "|
CLAYTON'S LAWN & GARDEN
Hwy. 130, Holden Beach Rd. ('A mile from causeway)
EVERY ITEM IN THE ENTIRE STORE IS JUST $1.00 EACH
Large Xmas Bows
Xmas Gift Wrap
JUST $1.00 EACH
SHALLOTTE PLAZA-ACROSS FROM SIZZLIN SIRLOIN
SHALLOTTE ALSO IN HOLDEN BEACH
NEAR THE STOPLIGHT
VFD Auction Nets $2,000
Potential bidders Robert Ellis of Ixindis and Buddy Bagwell of iMkewood Estates subdivision and
Fletcher rummage through merchandise prior to an auction Saturday afternoon that netted the Sunset
Beach Volunteer Fire Department $2,052. Proceeds will be used to equip new firefighters , with a por
tion to be set aside to help some needy family or group during the Christmas holidays , said Chief TJ.
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The Brunswick County Retired School Personnel or
ganization has established a scholarship fund and hopes
to begin providing financial aid to a deserving full-time
Brunswick Community College student in the fall of
Students eligible for assistance will have to meet aca
dcmic and income standard still to be established, said
Lillian Hcwctt. spokesman for BCRSP
Tax-exempt contributions may be sent to Brunswick
County Retired School Personnel Scholarship Fund, c/o
Lillian Hcwctt. 1974 Ocean Ui^hwav West. Supply NC
Choose from our huge variety
and layaway for Christmas.
ffif LADIES DEPT.
Selected Groups of Ladies Wear
?Orestes By: Sabino, Amato 25% Oft
?Chic Jeans: *24"
?Ladies Sweaters: *19" to '49" sale price
?Largs Group of Arrow Sport & Dress Shirts $16"
?Haggar wrinkle free cotton pants: *33"
?Large group of Irregular Sweatshirts, Pants: 4*
Hooded: 8" Big Sires: 6n
4 24- M A VS!^
?Men's Basic Levis: $1!
?Large Group of Shoes by: Dexter, Ntcole. Sperry Topsider,
Madeline Stuart, Nunn Bush
Come see all that we do havel
OPEN UNTIL 8 P.M.
and BEN FRANKLIN
Main Street ? Shallotte ? 754-4846
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