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    CLUB BRIEFS
Group To Hear About 'Crack'
The Shallotte chapter of the
Brunswick Challenge Committee
will meet at 7 p.m Tuesday, Feb. 4,
?n Room 155 of West Brunswick
High School. N.C. 130, Shallotte.
'The group is one of three branch
s in the county that works for drug
ree activities for teenagers and
community involvement in drug
prevention.
An overview of "crack" cocaine
will be presented at the meeting,
said organizer Anthony Clcmmons.
The meeting is open to all concerned
v (immunity members and parents.
Safety Is Focus
"Securing Your Home" will be
he subject of discussion when
Shallotte Police Officer Ray Alti/er
speaks to the Newcomers Club of
South Biumwick on Thursday, Feb.
6.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in
he cafeteria of The Brunswick
Hospital. U.S. 17, Supply, and is
open to all those who have lived in
the South Brunswick Islands less
than five years. Refreshments will
he served.
Play Bridge
The C on tract Bridge Group of the
Newcomers Club of South
Brunswick will meet Wednesday,
Feb. 5. and Wednesday, Feb. 19, in
the cafeteria of The Brunswick
Hospital, U.S. 17. Supply.
Play begins at 7 p.m., and all area
newcomers are welcome.
For information and to set up a
bridge partner, call Kathleen Fiddler,
754-9449.
AARP To Meet
The Calabash chapter of AARP
(American Association of Retired
Persons) will meet Thursday, Feb. 6
in the Calabash fire station. Persim
mon Road, at 7 p.m. Entertainment
foi die evening will be Roger Black
and his choral group.
Chapter dues of S3 are due at this
meeting. Also, reservations and pay
ment for the luncheon meeting in
March w ill be taken at the February
meeting. Cost will be approximately
S5.
Friends Gather
The West Brunswick Branch of
Friends of the Library will meet at 1
p.m., Thursday, Feb. 6, at Shallotte
Piesbyterian Churvii, located uireu
ly behind the 'library in Shallotte.
Tins is the group's first meeting
of the new year. Membership is
open to all who arc interested in
supporting ttie library and its ser
vices. More information is available
at the library, located on U.S. 17
business in Shallotte.
Seniors To Meet
The Towncreek Senior Ciu/.ens
Club will meet at noon Thursday,
Feb. 6, in Tow nc reck Park.
Visitors arc welcome and mem
bers are asked to bring an "old fash
ioned bean and cornbrcad dinner.'"
Slides on "Safe Driving on Country
Roads" and "Alaska" will be shown
by Tina Pritchard of Brunswick
County Parks and Rccreation
Department.
Lunch Meeting Set
Brunswick County Chapter 1894
of NARFE (National Association of
Retired Federal Employees) will
hold its monthly meeting at noon
Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Sandfiddler
Restaurant, Southport.
Special guest speaker will be John
Cooper of Boiling Spring Lakes,
chairman of the Brunswick County
Literacy Council
Gardeners Meet
The Long Bay Garden Club held
its monthly meeting Jan. 16 at the
heme of LaVerr.e Thomas in Tar
heeland Acres, Seaside.
Guest speaker Mary Ruth Russ of
die Brunswick County Cooperative
Extension Service enlightened the
group on reducing, recycling and
reusing trash.
The group agreed to donate a
landscaping book to the West Bruns
Class of '72 Meets
The Shalloltc High Scluxil gradu
ating class of 1972 will hold an or
ganizational meeting for its upcom
ing 20th anniversary class reunion
'["hursday, Feb. 6, at 7:30 al Kirby's
Sizzling Sirloin Steakhousc in
Shalloltc.
All former classmates interested
in helping are asked to attend.
For more information call Gail
Beck at 842-2803.
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wick branch of the Brunswick
County Library in Shallotte in honor
the works of past president Frances
Williams.
A club award went to Ms. Thont
as tor her recycling and planting ef
forts in January.
Alumni To Meet
The Union High School Alumni
Association will hold its quarterly
meeting Saturday, Feb. 8, at 6 p.m.
at the Lockwood Folly Community
Building, Stanbury Road, Supply.
More information is available
from Joe Stevenson, 842-2367.
Making Plans
The Brunswick County Grad
uation Celebration Committee will
meet 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6. in the
leaching auditorium at Brunswick
Community College's ALS building
on the main campus north of Supply.
Seniors and other persons inter
ested in helping plan a drug-lree
party for Brunswick County gradu
ates this spring arc asked to attend.
For more information, call Joe
Stevenson, K4 2-5600; Sherry lvcy,
371-6166; or Brenda Hewctt at 457
5765 between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
MRS. FRANCOIS M ARTEL
...Rosemary Jill Jardine
Jordine , Marfel
Vows Spoken
Rosemary Jill Jardine and
Francois Martel were married Dcc.
28 at the Shallotte magistrate's of
fice.
A reception was held immediately
afterward at the Bent Tree Plantation
clubhouse, Ocean Isle Beach.
The bride is the daughter of J.
Bryan and Elsa Jardine of Bent Tree
Plantation, Ocean Isle Beach.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Martcl of Armag
nac, France.
The ncwlyweds arc living in
Boston, Mass., where the groom is
an astrophysicist with Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and the
bride is employed at Harvard Uni
versity School of Anthropology.
Annual Meeting Set
The Cape Fear Area United Way
will hold its annual meeting and
awards breakfast at 8 a.m. Friday,
Jan. 31, in the University Center
Ballroom at the University of North
Carolina at Wilmington.
Board members, volunteers in all
areas of the organization and con
tributors to the annual campaign will
be recognized.
A slate of officers will be elected
and outgoing president R. Duncan
McFadyen will be honored.
The buffet begins at 7:30 a.m. and
the business session at 8 a.m.
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Five Generations Gather
With the Jan. 1 birth of Tyler Dave Williams, great-grandson of
Jeff and Pauline Conaway of Holden Heach. five generations of
one family were able to meet recently in Summerfteld. Pictured are
(clockwise from left ) Mrs. Conaway, Tyler's great-grandmother;
Henry Ixe Williams jr., Tyler's father; Vickie Williams, Tyler's
grandmother; and the new edition, Tyler, being held by his great
great-grandmother, Edna H. Gilley.
Cast for 'Cabaret' Chosen
The casi for the Brunswick Liulc
Theater production of Cafxirct has
been selected, following lasi week's
final auditions.
Chosen for the principal roles are
Vicki Bridgcrs (as Sally Bowles),
Ken Campbell (as Master of Cere
monies), Thorn Clcmmons (as Cliff
Bradshaw), Debbie Galdo (as Frau
lcin Schneider) and Phil Tate (as
HerT Schullz).
Of the 31 parts to be filled in the
play, director Curt Liulc said that
three characters still remain uncast.
Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at
Congressman Rose's
Staffer To Be Here
To Field Public Questions
A representative of Congressman
Charlie Rose's 'mobile officc' will
make two stops in Brunswick
County next Wednesday, Feb. 5.
The staff member will be at the
post offices in Supply from 9 a.m. to
1 1 a.m., and Bolivia from noon to 2
p.m.
A news release announcing the
visit invites anyone who has a prob
lem with a federal agency or ques
tions about federal legislation to
crop Dy at mat ume.
Rose has been sending his 'mo
bile officc* , which is actually a
recreational vchiclc, to the five
counties in the 7th Congressional
District for nearly 20 years, the an
nouncement said.
Questions or comments about
federal activity can also be directed
to Rose at 2230 Raybum House
Office Building, Washington, D.C.
205 15, or his local officc at 208 Post
Officc Building, Wilmington, N.C.
28401.
i.ju p.m. ouuuay, rco. z, ai inc
Centennial Center, on the corner of
Eighth and Lord Streets, Southport.
The local production of Cabaret
is set to open Thursday, April 9, and
run through Saturday, April 1 1 .
To find out more on the remaining
roles to be filled, or for ticket infor
mation, call LitUc, 919-457-0743, or
Bob Hrdlicka, 919-278-4212.
To Wed Feb. 29
Mr. and Mrs. Angus M. Bell
Jr. of Winnabow have an
nounced the upcoming mar
riage of their daughter, Natalie
Gaye Bell, to Gregory Brian
McDowell, son of Robert VV.
McDowell of Bolivia and
Cathy McDowell of iMng
Beach. The wedding is sched
uled for 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
29, at Towncreek Baptist
Church, Winnabow.
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Births Are Announced
Barron
Alfredo and April S. Bam>n of
Ash have announced the birth of a
son, Mario Barron, Jan. 16 at The
Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
He was born at 2:25 p.m., weigh
ing 6 pounds, 11.5 ounces, and was
20 inches long.
Mario's grandparents arc Camc
rino Barron ;md Lionisia Logo, both
of Mexico.
Cross
Douglas and Lisa Cross of Supply
have announced the birth of a
daughter, Nicholc LcEtta Cross, Jan.
16 at The Brunswick Hospital, Sup
Ply
Born at 6:11 p.m., he weighed 6
pounds, 7 ounces, and was 19.5
inches long.
Nicholc's grandparents arc Larry
Cross of Supply, JoAnn Cross of
Long Bcach, Curtis and Arlene
Jayson of Antwerp, N.Y., and Eliz
abeth Gorton of Utica, N.Y.
Her great-parents arc Louis and
Genevieve Mitchell of Antwerp.
N.Y., and Lucy Carr of Canaslota,
N.Y.
Lynch
Gcrri Anna Lynch of Southport
has announced the birth of a son,
Robert Dakota Lynch, Jan. 17 at The
Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
He was born at 9:09 p.m., weigh
ing 7 pounds. 5 ounces, and was 20
inches long.
Robert's grandparents arc Robert
and Brcnda Lisk of Southport and
Jerry and Nell Lynch of Florence,
S.C.
His great-grandmother is Elsie
Lynch of Clemmons
Hair
Michacl and Sherry Hair of
Lcland have announced the birth of
daughter, Kristin Paige Hair, Jan. 22
at The Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
Bom at 10:25 p.m., she weighed 5
pounds, 3 ounccs, and was 1 8 inches
long.
Her grandparents arc Johnny and
barline Hair of Lcland, Danny and
Kathcrinc Hcwett of Castle Hayne,
and Johnny and Gayle Callihan of
Lcland.
Kristin's great-grandparents arc
Lillic Wright of Roscboro and Ruth
Sasscr of Lcland.
Pigott
Larry and Teresa Pigott of Shal
loue arc the parents of a son,
Lorenzo Charles Pigott, born Jan. 1 7
at The Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
Arriving at 4:49 p.m.. he weighed
6 pounds, 7 ounccs, and was 19
inches long.
Lorenzo joins a brother, Larry C.
Pigott Jr.
His grandparents arc Joseph and
Patricia Canady of Grissctlown and
William and Edith Pigott of
Shallotte.
Lorenzo's great-grandparents are
Ollinear and Eva Moore, Zevia Can
ady. Mary Br<x)ks and Isabel Pigott.
all of Shallotte.
Seaford
Rodney and Donna Seaford of
Shallotte Point have announced the
birth of a daughter, Danielle Murray
Seaford, Jan. 19 at M(x?rc Regional
Hospital, Pinehurst.
She was born at 3:52 p.m., and
weighed 4 pounds, 12 ounccs.
Her grandparents arc Eugene and
Diana Seaford of Shallotte Point and
Ncal and Nancy McSwain of
Ellcrbcc.
Danielle's great-grandparents arc
Ruby Seaford of Aberdeen and Ella
Nora Smith of Pinehurst.
Great-great grandparents are
Molly T. DuPrcc of Southern Pines,
Emma McSwain of Rockingham
and Bunyan Smith of Jackson
Springs.
Hardwick
Dcwaync and Julia Hardwick of
Holden Beach have announced the
birth of a son. Spencer Dewayne
Hardwick, Jan. 20 at The Brunswick
Hospital, Supply.
Born at 9:47 a.m.. he weiehed 8
pounds, 1 ounce, and was 21 inches
long.
Spencer joins an 18-month-old
sister, Hanna.
His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Watson Rankin of Loris, S.C., and
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardwick of
Whitcvillc.
G rca 1- grand pare n ts arc Mr. and
Mrs. D.A. Hardwick of Whitcvillc.
Hewett
Rex and Donna Hewett of Shal
lotte have announced the birth of a
daughter, Haley Nicole Hewett, Jan.
22 at The Brunswick Hospital,
Supply.
She was born at 12:25 p.m.,
weighing 6 pounds, 1 ounce, and
?i i .
is illCUCb
Her grandparents are Carlton and
Sara Hedgccock of Supply and Ma
rie Harper of Ash.
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