PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Union Primary School Bus Riders Are Honored For Behavior
Union Primary School has begun
a bus student of the month award
program as an incentive for students
to improve their behavior while on
buses, said Sue Chapman, a school
Two students from each bus will
be recognized lor good behavior
each month and given an award
sponsored by local merchants.
The first group of winners was
announced Oct. 11 and is as fol
lows: Stephanie Smith. Deana
Sellers. Re/ell Gore, Eric Rutlcr.
James Fullwood, Jasmine Hardest).
Randall Price, Andrew Robinson.
Shannon Stanley, Drew Sellers.
Sarah Ellis, Megan Polls, Jennifer
Kirby, Brandicc Jordan. Lakthio
Gore, Wayne Jennings. Sonya
Lance, Alonzo Frink, Veronica
Canady. Lynn Clcmmons, Jessica
He welt, Brandon Ludlum.
Stephanie Sands, Brandon Chestnut,
Rebecca Hall, Nicky Baines,
Kcliven Galloway, Mclanic Dia/,
Leah Evans and Melissa Loughery.
Local Finishes Basic
Airman Gilbert S. Anderson has
Air Force basic
He is the son
of Larry G. An
son, both of
During the six weeks of training
he studied Air Force mission, orga
nization and customs and received
special training in human relations.
Anderson is a IW1 graduate of
West Brunswick High School, Shal
Gov. Jim Martin has appointed
Cash well B. (Cash) Caroon of
Southport to the
sion on Seafood
owns a seafood
one of four new
a p p o i n in e n t s
made by Martin
Nancy Pckarck. deputy communica
tions director for the governor.
The Commission studies the
seafood industry and aquaculture,
makes recommendations for regula
tions regarding the industries and
studies any changes of laws regard
ing those businesses.
Caroon is also a member of the
N.C. Marine Fisheries ConnnisMon.
last week, suid
Edward J. Rudloff of the Sunset
Beach Police Department has com
pleted a two-week field officer
training course at the Justice Aca
demy in Salemburg.
The course is designed to give
the candidate the leadership skills
necessary to objectively review and
evaluate the performance of trainees
to insure the best performance.
The N.C. Justice Academy is a
division of the N.C. Department of
Amy Lois Caison of Supply, a ju
nior at West
at a Sept. 28
ny at Wake
rsity. Winston- 1 Also*
The award was presented by the
university on behalf of former Gov.
Jim Hunt. The Hunt citizenship a
ward honors an outstanding young
person from each county active in
school, church and community, and
dedicated to community service and
Senior Airman Steven R. Cooker
has been specially identified for ear
ly promotion to senior airman in the
U.S. Air Force.
The airman was awarded the new
rating ahead of other Air Forcc
members by a below-the-zonc pro
motion board which considered job
performance, military knowledge,
bearing and self-improvement ef
Cooker is the son of Steve F.
Cooker of Bolivia and Barbara M.
Holden of Winnabow.
The heating systems specialist
has a wife, Deborah, and is sta
tioned at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.
He graduated from South Bruns
wick High School at Boiling Spring
Lakes in 1983.
First Six Weeks Honor Roll Announced
Waccamaw Elementary School
released its honor roll this week for
the first six week grading period.
Students making all A's were:
Fourth Grade: Kerri Babson,
Ricky Babson, Amanda Bland, Jim
my Fowler, William Gore, Kimber
ly Hughes, Jarod Lcggctt, Tony Mc
Dowell, Tony Mintz and Nicholas
Fifth Grade: Christie Blackwell.
Christopher Gore, Crystal McPher
son and Troy Simmons.
Sixth Grade: Kevin Anderson,
Leigh Milligan and Tiffany Skaggs.
Seven Grade: Shanna King and
Students making the A/B Honor
Fourth Grade: Michael Com
bos. Rhonda Bales, MichacI Con
drcy, Sueanne Holden, Justin In
man, Jcrron Johnson, Jennifer Mc
Lean, John Stanley, Jessica Stout
and Michelle Ward.
Fifth Grade: Melissa Babson,
Jamondre Frink, David Gore, Cody
Inman, Aimee Long, Lavonda Mar
low. Leslie Milligan, Laurie Penny,
Siacey Phillips, Rafael Rivera and
Sixth Grade: Aaron Gore, Mi
chelle Hughes, Amber lnman. Erica
Minton. Terra Milliken, Sam Mintz,
Michael Stanley, Tasha Thompson,
Jason Noms and Stephanie Todd.
Se\enth (irade: Crystal Bailcs,
Jamie Hewett, Neal Hughes, Brian
Little, Joycc Nelson, Joseph Piver,
Shanieka Thomas, Kelly Tripp and
County Parks And Recreation
Slates Halloween Fun
The Brunswick County Parks and
Recreation Department will sponsor
an old-fashioned Halloween pro
gram Wednesday, Oct. 30, in the
Public Assembly Building at the
Brunswick County Government
Center near Bolivia.
The fun begins at 7 p.m. with
ghost stories, a costume contest and
Children and parents arc invited
to attend. For more information, call
Emma McGraw at 919-253-4357 or
Kighth Grade: Holly Clcmmons,
Rebccca DcKosa, Chris Fowler,
Don Gore, April Mint/. Janet
Smith, Christian Tompkins and
Evanses Plan Reunion
The families of the laic Sonny
and Bridget! Ann Evans will hold
their annual family reunion Sunday,
Oct. 27, at the Lockwood Folly
Community Building on Stanbury
Road ai Silver Hill.
Dinner will be served ai 12:30
For more information, call Lena
Causey at 754-6962.
In the Shady Oak Complex
Hwy. 179, Between Ocean Isle 4 Sunset
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Boy Wins Pageant
> (olden Beach,
Matthew Travis Rhodes, 26
month-old son of Tern Blake ami
David Rhodes of
Master of the
1991 N.C. Oys
ter Pageant Sa
turday, Oct. 12.
He was also
winner in the
genie and pretti
est smile categories, and was named
king ol' his division.
Travis' grandparents are Eva
Ward of Supply and Shirley J. Car
roll of Greenville, S.C.
William Dale McKcilhan wits
crowned Tiny Master in the N.C.
r Oyster Pageant
> held Oct. 12 at
? Shallotte Mid
??>' die School and
" ' . will compete in
V A June 1992 in
Harts villc, S.C.,
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He is the 11
MCKEITHAS month-old son
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Arrives For Duty
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Scarlelte P.
Parker has arrived lor duly at Castle
Air Force Base. Calif., as a public
Parker is the daughter of Ann M.
Price ol Route I . Soulhport, and thc
granddaughter of Uicy W. Muncy,
also of South|H)rt. She is a 1968
graduate of Soulhport High School.
Janice Gore of Whilcville has
been named chairman of the N.C.
Association of Electric Cooper
ative's Statewide Women's Comm
ittee. announced Lois Goodwin,
spokesperson lor the NCAEC.
Gore, who is currently chairman
of the Women's Committee of
Brunswick Electric Membership
Corporation, will oversee the wom
en's programs carried out by the
suite organization, which include
funding scholarships and providing
information about the purpose of
the stale's electric cooperatives.
She was elected at the recent
Women's Fall Workshop held in
Research Triangle Park.
Retired Employees To Meet
The Brunswick County chapicr
of the National Association of
Retired Federal Employees (NAR
FE) will meet Tuesday, Nov. 5, at
noon at the Sparc Time Restaurant,
630 Village Rd.. Shallotte. said
spokesman James Hobson Bryant.
Elaine Martin, vice president of
Area #5, is scheduled as guest
speaker. The meeting is open to the
public and all NARFE members are
urged lo attend.
Membership in NARFE is avail
able to all federal retirees and feder
al employees who have served at
least five years.
The Brunswick County Animal
Welfare League will hold its meet
ings at the Senior Citizen's Center
in Shallotte, on U.S. 17 Business
across from Wilson's.
This change Lakes effect with the
next meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 30.
The league meets the last Wed
nesday of eaeh month at I p.m.
Meeting Day Changes
Coast Toasters Toastm asters Club
of Shallotte will begin meeting on a
new day next month.
President Jimmy Marshall said
club members voted to change their
meeting day from Tuesday to
Thursday mornings, starting Nov. 7.
The club meets from 7 a.m. to 8
a.m. weekly in the fellowship hall
Of Calvary Baptist Church in
Shallotte. Members help each other
improve their communications
skills through practice in a friendly,
supportive workshop-like setting.
Visitors are welcome.
More information about the club
is available from Marshall, 754
8400, days, or 754-6391, other
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