Graft Graduates Airman Richard E. Graft Jr. h graduated fro . \ Air Force bas . | training I .a ck la nd A SaBjForce Bas Texas. His fath Wt and stepmoth< l^fcnak.- Mr. and Mr v.flM W Richard Gral fpSfv'. _ reside in Wi eaafs.v. ?Ts> aU*b? nabow. H mother and stepfather are Mr. ai Mrs. Daniel Ortmann of Windot Minn. Completes Basic U.S. Army Reserve Pvt. 1 >evi Lewis recently completed bas training at Fort Jackson, S.C. A ionc -t ???? i* ;.'uu giouudii: Ul /\?JUSIUUC Vsfin tian Academy, Southport, he is tl son of William T. and Evelyn ! Lewis of Route 1, Winnabow. v y N 1 Wm Pilots Win President Gail Seagle and Preside! South Brunswick Islands review a national advising that the club has Clnh Award competition. The a\> outstanding performance of servic i?i-!?.' 0Av^55Ssfij?i \ 'V' V.^ '., ' j^l ^ _ PWMMIIMBBWWWw^ BBBJagaMgHMMBMngBgiSBiggBMaLY F*jW^P|fflfW|lra?y33BrTTriTifl|ffi The Brunswick ] FINDER SERVIC your particular nee All you have to c S Brunswick Hospiu lifetime! DUlfeiflli s run aiuHi !THE BRUNSWICK ^ HOSPITAL CEDAR GRO as '"c Youth To Vis i>t BY BARBARA T. HKWKTT if The youth of Cedar drove Mh e, . sionary Baptis or Church will enjo s. Wb Bible School pic ft' WfrfY mn n'? al 'u^i,c is anover Count) "d ' 0,1 an ""specific n, date. h-yTBk H&ifc The trip is be ?. wbkv. <nmra jng coordinate Dy Harold Johnson and Willie Bate? J. along with Sunday School teacher ic Lucille Bryant, GiristabeUe Bryant Annie R. Bryant, Aleease Johnsor s- Gracie Hewett and Annie Ruth E ie Hewett. P. A special thanks to the man volunteer teachers and assistant jf' / J J \ J PHOTO CONIKIBUTEC Special Award it-F,lect Kay Couvillon of the Pilot Club ol letter of congratulations from Pilot Inter won first nlnoo ill an intnrnnlinnnl Snnniol L nil III1I.1 Iiu III1IUJI BUVWtua '3rd. recognizes the club wit!1, the mosi e projects in the community. \. -it V. ' '7 ' ' ' ' .. ' ; V ' 'y* 'r-ji hospital has established b to help you tind the docu ds. io is call. There is no co tl "Physician Finder," and III OSSBlgl in amiiEn An Affituin of UlALUnkL'S'I INC VE AREA NEWS it Jubilee Park who gave their time during the tw weeks of Bible School. These an I other church members are invited t y attend the Jubilee Park function for i II day of wholesome, inspirational fun Association To Meet c The Cedar drove Improvemen v Association will meet Friday in th r. church dining hall, with member d and prospective members welcome Fisherman's Rally ' On a date to lie announced, th d Cedar Grove Missionary Baptis >. Church and its sister Ocean Vie\ s Association churches will celebrat their annual Fisherman's Rally. I will be held at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Long wood, when Rev. M.C. Herring, pastor, is adviso y to the Senior Missionary Circle Ilia s sponsors the annual building funi drive. Monies raised during the campaigi will be used toward construction o an associational headoiinrtors nn site on U.S. 17 in the Grissettown Longwood area. ttappv Birthday Happy birthday to Stephanie am i.of ton Hewett, Louise and Dougla Bryant. Howard Carter, Carol Ann B Riley, Lottie Hunter, Deborah Gor Gause, Myra D. Garrison, Howari Garrison and Gladys Reed. Tune In Be sure to listen to WVCB Radii Station (1410 AM) in Shallottc at p.m. Thursday and 10:15 a.m. Satur day for the Cedar Grove Area News On Sunday at 3:30 p.m. listen for th< Moments of Inspiration gospei musii program. Weekly Seripture The Seripture for the week come: from Psalms 150:6, "Let everythinj that hath breath praise the Lord praise ye the Lord." ARTBSTS!!! Interested in Having quality, affordable reproductions made of your work? For a kit containing samples and prices, write or call: V. RYAN LAUZON ? COLOR Q REP. PO BOX 677 ! SHALLOTTE, N.C. 28459 [ (919)754-8573 )r who is best suited to si 10 you to use i ne the benefits can last a I WW Hwy. 17 S., Supply THE I : l|S8^ i 'u, [ V I J fhc ( r ' l!!n!l)l|& ; ' ' ' j?'. \ V .. .;< - -f '"- ' a . * * ? ^'3^*, .- ^ /-v ^ ?' jt ' * ** " h - :* ' ><. ^ This Yard [i s Colorful summer flowers briuhicn the uell-pstnhlichiri yard of Ralph and Doris Minor (right) at 85 Magnolia Drive, Sea Trail, winner of July Yard of the Month 1 honors from the Sunset Sands Garden Club. Erecting Caison Attends J 3 Shallotte Middle School student The students i Amy Lois Caison was among fWi-1 Duke's Talent In c seventh graders honored by Duke gram, an anni c University at a June 13 ceremony at mathematically the Durham campus. brilliant students. s J 5 A TOUCH OF ELEGA1 INTERIOR DESIGN PROFESSIONAL TRAINED DESIGNERS July 4th SALE CONTINL ? 30?7o-5097o OFF all accessories*20?/ 2 Sale ends Sat 3C | We specialize in giving your lionu | Located at Palmetto Plaza, Highway = Showroom Hours: 9:00-5 ? 919-5' If Paula Dennis hTHE WA CCA M "AN INDEPENDENT, N( NON-DENOM STATE APPRO' Creative Teaching ? Prfinnrp? T ' T-" - J Who Plans To Further High $ STUDENTS AND PARENTS: An area meeting for Shallotte, Holden Beach, Ocean Isle, Sunset Beach and Calabash will be held ? Thursday, July 14, 7:30 PM at the South Brunswick Islands Chamber of Commerce office, Main Street, Shallotte. We Are Now Taking Application | Applications May 1 I The P.O. Box 507, Whit For Additional Information contact: Fran JRUNSWiCK BEACON. Thursday. July 7. 1!I88?I'age 5-B SESlKBi/, ?k-> *!.' Ai .-^10Ri ? ? "r_j '* ... .- . J. ;,IA?t PMO'OBV '.'J'AfJ USWK Has Color the club sign in the Minors' yard at left is club Chaplain Irene Parker. The Minors moved to the Sunset Beach area from Winston-Salem in March 1982. Duke T!P Dinner participated in f ?r.cs on,a,t leaSt, ?ne s'JC''?n of,the dentification Pro ^1 or AC 1 ?ll,al ?, ^ 8 ?tcr than ual search for the sCOroS obtained by 50 percent of and verbally " "e^bound high school seniors. They had earned , Shef.,s ,he ^'"glUer of Maunce and Lois Caison of Route 1. Supply. -< V! > [I7C ' JUO o Discount-Select Milliken Carpets urdav, July 9 ' I In/1 special " Touch of Llccaucc " 179 between Ocean Isle A. Sunset Beach :00 Monday thru Saturday 79-8778 Griffin/Owner AW ACADEMY' )N?DISCRIMINATORY, INATIONAL, ^ED SCHOOL" & Learning Which he Student His Education Beyond * ? \chool Waccamaw Academy was founded in 1968 on the ? principle of educational ovnnllfiinitn ?i-!l li iirvinlioeSe n VAVV1IVIIVV TTItll CllipiIU.II.l \/II s the small classroom concept. *" The institution is located just ^ north of the VVhiteville city $ limits, one mile east of - U.S. 701 Business. Offering 1. Pre-School?12 2. All Class A State certified teachers 3. Modern school facilities 4. Small classes, individualized instruction 5. Art and music for all grades 6. Excellent preparatory curriculum 7. Development of good study habits 8. Athletic program?Athletic facilities, new gyms Strong fundamentals in 3 "R'?" 10. Development of a child's mental, physical, moral and spiritual life. is For The 1988-89 School Year ie Obtained From s o u < ciw Academy j eville, N.C. 28472 jj s A Walters, Headmaster, r'ho/ie (>42- 75 }0 I

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