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    CLUB ACTIVITIES
Community Group Aims
To Help Neighbors
The Wo Care Community Club
ot Shallotie will sponsor a black his
tory program Saturday. Feb. 15. at 7
p.m. at Pleasant Hill Missionary
Baptist Church, Shallotie.
The event will raise funds to help
the club meet needs in the commu
nity, saui spokeswoman Gracie
?KiilllM.nl and i> OjVn iv'i uiC public.
Hie Rev. Naconiel Fullwood of
Bolivia will be the guest speaker for
the event. The Brunswick County
Choral Ensemble and Ms. Stephanie
Heweil w ill pro\ ide music.
A/leef Jointly
Two area lineage societies held a
joint meeting Feb. 1 in Jacksonville
at the Fisherman's Wharf Restau
rant.
Mr\. J.H. Bet/ spoke on the Bill
of Rights at 'he meeting of the
Samuel Swann Chapter of the Colo
nial Dames of the 17th Century and
Snap Dragon Chapter of U.S.
Daughters of 1812.
Theodocia Musselwhitc of Shall
otie and Gwen Causey of Supply
were among delegates elected to the
siaic conference to be heid March 1 i
and 14 ai the Rocky Mount Sheraton
Hotel.
Mrs. Causey, state USD 1812
president, outlined plans for that so
ciety's national meeting April 10-12
at the Radisson Hotel in Wash
ington. D.C. She will head the North
Carolina delegation to the session,
which will celebrate the 100th an
niversary of the founding of USD
1812.
Local women who were guests at
the meeting are Helen Taylor ol
Winnabow and Esther Bullock of
Dclco.
Putting On The Glitz
North Myrtle Beach Christian
Women's Club holds its annual Feb
ruary guest night Friday, Feb. 21,
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Surf
Club in North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Interested area women are invit
ed. said Maijoric Harper.
Elegant evening wear from a
Grand Strand shop will be featured
in keeping with the theme, "Putting
On The Glit/.". Professional musi
cians Pat and Al Hatcher will per
lorm. The featured speaker will be
Jack Matthews, a real estate sales
manager and father of five from
Columbia. S.C.
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women can make required reserva
tions and cancellations by calling
Louise Bliz/ard, 579-2562.
The Surf Club is located at 1701
Springland Lane.
Auxiliary To Meet
The I .artic*: Aijxiliarv of Calabash
VFW Post 7288 will 'hold its next
covered dish dinner Saturday, Feb.
15, at 6 p.m. at the post, with a
Valentine's theme, said spokesper
son Mary Benes.
The auxiliarists will next meet
Monday, Feb. 17, at the post at 6:30
p.m. for officers and 7:30 p.m. for
regular members.
Ms. Benes also announced that at
the district meeting in Leland re
cently, the Calabash auxiliary was
presented a certificate for complet
ing 100 percent membership in
January. The group was compli
mented as well for being the only
post that sends copies of all publici
ty to the district publicity chairper
son.
Homemakers Meet
The Guys and Dolls Homemakers
Extension Club recently appointed
committee chairpersons for the com
ing year.
Serving arc the following: Bill
imd Thelma Dunn, family; John and
Alda Lewis and Jo DiCarlo, cultural
arts; Jean and Ed Robinson, environ
ment; Al DiCarlo, publicity; and
Harold Hoy, chaplain.
DiCarlo announced thai 221
hours of volunteer service were giv
en by club members in December
and January.
Guests Speak
Program Chairman Bob Johnson
of die South Brunswick Isle's Civi
tan Club has announced featured
speakers for some upcoming meet
ings.
Thursday, Feb. 20, guest Stephen
son Asner will discuss "Thunder
storm in A Box."
Al the Thursday, March 19 meet
ing, Napoleon "Poli" Barefoot, 1 3th
District Court judge, will speak on
"Sentencing In District Court."
The club holds luncheon meetings
the first and third Thursday of each
month at the Brunswick County
Bowling Center, Shallouc. from I
p.m. to 2 p.m.
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information, or 1-800-CIVITAN.
For The Birds
Marge Harper, local naturalist,
will he guest speaker when the
Brunswick Bird Club meets Wed
nesday, Feb. ll>, at 7:30 p.m. in the
meeting room of Atlantic Telephone
Membership Corporation on N.C.
130 West of Shallouc.
Mrs. Harper will speak and show
slides on "Wildflowers of North
Carolina." Call Marcia Warring,
579-9474, for information.
Location Changes
A shell wreath workshop sched
uled Wednesday, Feb. 19, by the
Holden Beach Beauiificaiion Com
mittee is moving to a new location.
The session will be held at
Holden Beach Town Hall, starling at
10 a.m., instead of Lockwood Folly
Community Center as announced
last week.
Information on materials needed
is available from Margaret Vasco,
842-9282, or Judy Bryan.
Pageant Slated
The Vamaintown Club is accept
ing applications for The Lockwood
Folly Pageant until Friday, March 6,
announced pageant director Mary
Dawson.
Girls and boys ages lour to seven
will compete in their Sunday best
and in sports wear. Mrs. Dawson
said, and girls ages eight to 18 will
compete in talent, evening or party
dress and sports w ear categories.
The application fee is S25 for res
idents of the Lockwood Folly area
and will go to help fund the 1992
Vamamtown Birthday Festival in
September.
For information, Mrs. Dawson
welcomes calls at 842-6323.
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PMOTO CONTRIBUTED
A Prize Winner
Merle Goldsberry, poppy
chairwoman for the iMdies
Auxiliary of VFW Post 7288 in
Calabash, models the bonnet
she fashioned out of 417
'"Buddy poppies'". The hat
won first place honors at the
district meeting in Iceland Feb.
2. Mrs. Goldsberry's hat will
now compete with other poppy
headgear at the state council
meeting Feb. 14 through 16.
Serving Dinner
Grisscttown/Longwood Volunteer
Fire Department will serve barbecue
dinners from 1 1 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 14 and 15,
to raise funds for the department,
announced Judy Clemmons, chair
person of the ladies auxiliary.
Plates will cost S3 each, and will
consist of barbecue, colc slaw, can
died yams and hush puppies, she
said.
To place large orders before the
event, call Chief Jimmy Clemmons
at 287-6686. To place orders Friday
or Saturday, call the fire house at
287-3030.
February 14
Happy
Valentine's
Birthday
Wayne Mason
39 and Holding
Grace Mflson
39 and Holding & Holding & Holding
We love you both.
Rebecca and family
ToWed Feb. 15
Paul and Rachel Johnson of Shallotte have announced the
upcoming wedding of their daughter, Mona Johnson , to Tony
Gibson , son of Virginia Gribbie of Bryson City. The ccrerr.or.y is
planned 7 p.m. Saturday , Feb. 15, at the Holiday Inn, Cherokee.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will reside in Charlotte.
Births Are Announced
Powell
Jimmy and Cyndi Walker Powell
of Shallotte have announce the birth
of a son, Brcnden Alexander Powell,
Feb. 3 at Conway Community Hos
pital, Conway, S.C.
He was born at 11:35 p.m.,
weighing 6 pounds, 3.5 ounces, and
was 20 inches long.
Brcnden joins a brother, James
Easton Howell.
His grandparents arc Dicky and
Connie Powell of Shallotte, Shirley
Powell of Shallotte, Jcaneue Mc
Pherson of Ash and Eugene Walker
of Whitcvillc.
Great-grandparents are Vivian Po
well of Shallotte, Vcma Dowlcss of
Bolton, Bailey and Ivcy King of Ash
and Vera Walker of Whitcvillc.
Marlowe
uonncil and Incauia Holmes Mar
lowe of Ash have announced the
binh of a son, Cajuan Dcmetri Mar
lowe, Jan. 3 1 at New Hanover Reg
ional Medical Center, Wilmington.
Rnm at H-7? n m . he weighed 9
pounds. 14 ounces, and was 21.5
inchcs long.
Cajuan's grandparents arc Fred
and Dora Marlowe of Ash and Hay
ward Bellamy of New York.
Bullock
Curtis Bullock and Consuella
Douglas of Bolivia have announced
the binh of a daughter, Kantaycni
Dcnctrica Bullock, Feb. 3 at The
Brunswick Hospital, Supply.
She was bom at 8:23 p.m., weigh
ing 7 pounds, 14.5 ounces, and was
21 inchcs long.
Kantaycni 's grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jonathan Douglas Sr. of
Bolivia and Mr. and Mrs. George
Bellamy of Bolivia.
Her great-grandparents are Ida
Mac Johnson, Lillie Randolph and
Roma Bellamy, all of Bolivia.
Smith
Alejandro Trejo and Lisa Smith
of Ash have announced the binh of
a daughter, Cataiina Adriana Trejo
Town Creek
Rescue Squad
Serving Barbecue
The Town Creek Rescue Squad
will be serving barbecue dinners to
the public Saturday, Feb. 15, from
1 1 a.m. until the food is sold out, an
nounced Laura Coulter, secretary.
On the menu arc hush puppies,
cole slaw, potato salad and candied
yams, along with plenty of barbe
cue, she said.
The cost of each plate is S3.50.
Profits will go to assist two squad
members, said Ms. Coulter. One
member's house burned down; the
other is a woman whose husband re
cently died.
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Happy 9th Birthday
Amanda
We love you very much
Daddy 8c Stepmama
Smith, Jan. 31 at The Brunswick
Hospital, Supply.
Bom at 2:39 p.m., she weighed 6
pounds. 1 ounce, and was 19.75
inches long.
Catalina's grandparents arc Jim
Smith of Ash, George and Kathy
Porter of Nakina, and Ismacl Trcjo
and Catalina Martinez, both of Mex
ico City, Mexico.
Her great-grandparents arc 7.E.
Smith of Ash, and Crescendo Ticjo
and Circnio Martinez, both of Mex
ico City, Mexico.
R. Durcan of Tabor City is Cata
lina's great-great-grandfather.
Keziah
Tom and Becky Keziah of 318
Kingston Road, Wilmington, and
formerly of Supply, have announced
the birth of a son, William Timothy.
Bill arrived Feb. 1 at 6:12 p.m. at
New Hanover Regional Medical
Center. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 1/2
ounces and was 19 1/2 inchcs in
length.
He joins a sister, Lesley, age 4.
Mama's Darling.
Daddy's Pet,
2 years old.
the baby yet!
Happy Birthday. Kassi
Love. Mommie 8c Daddy
He loves me,
he lovea me not..
Say it
with
Flowers!
Bridal Affair
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Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, February 13
Allen Porter, Lena Bcachum,
Brittany Hope Stone, Danny
Spencer. Rachcl Porter, Marilyn
Howart, Linda Parker, Jimmy Pigoit,
Jonathan Long, Betty Hobbs, Rusty
Russ, Gladys Lutz, Connie Russ,
Charles Mclver Furr: Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Jenrcttc.
Friday, February 14
Amelia Harrclson, Jordan Will
iamson, Savannah Williamson, Jer
maine Jcnrcttc, Wayne Mason,
Grace Mason, Amy Home, John
Covil. Thomas Kehoe. John Covil,
Jill N. Dixon, Laura H. Bryant, Erin
Rcdwinc, Jack Powell, Jcssica
Home, Tony Benton Jr., Tommy
Arnold. Terry Hunter Hooks; Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Branch Sr.
Saturday, February 15
Bobby Clark. Emma Pecle,
Thomas Robbins, Ryan Allison,
Mary Smith, Patrick Covil, Jeremy
Dale Heweit, Larry Stanley, Alan
Cheers, Janicc Andrews, Lauren
Boyle, Paul Brown, Beryl Hall,
Michael Hobbs, Patrick Covil,
Chaunccy Cooke, Pinla Todd, Hoyt
lnman, Amelia Harrclson; Mr. and
Mrs. David Millikcn, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles DiNapoli.
Sunday, February 16
Debbie Rupp, Jennifer Fowler,
Ethan Clewis, Chris Lane, Doloris
Evans, Lon Gore, Cecil Allen Ellis
Jr., Jcssica McCali, Jennifer Long,
Margaret Walton, Gene Hcwctt,
Anthony Reno Fulford, Joanna
Greenwood, Carl Otto, Jamie ln
man, Eldridgc Ludlum; Wayne and
Edwina Clewis, Jimmy and Cyndi
Powell.
Monday, February 17
Ruby Jcssica Bell, Malissa El
kins, Evelyn Carpenter, Amy W.
Bennett, Susan Gibblc, Deborah
Jones, Stephen Carr, Jason Klara,
Ruth Galloway, Betsy Brown, John
Gray, Paula Smith, Gail White, Lcsa
Abshirc, Sue Blandino, Casey
Loughran; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Stanley.
I can "bear"
anything as
long as
you're my
valentine!
Love,
William
Tuesday, February 18
Kassi Nicolc Smith, Zachary
Gibblc, Paul Urubik, Rebccca Kyc,
Mary Stephanie Brown, Henry B.
Stevenson, Shawnna Stanley, Lori
McLainb, John Mintz, Barry Frink,
Jeanctte Marshall, Dell Williamson,
Janice Morgan, Carol Royals,
Wesley Shoemaker; Pat and Frosty
Bruce.
Wednesday, February 19
Russ Kennedy, Ed Robinson.
Erica Summerlin, Candace Rabon,
Lisa Robinson, Zachary Tuggle,
Dawn Marie Vargo, H.L. Holmes,
Annie Stanley, David J. Batten Jr.,
Maude Vollmcr, Ed Harris, Nclda
Smith. Brenda Moore, Kelly White,
Billy Gurganus, Carolyn Wilson,
Steven C. Cox Sr.: John and Angela
Hair.
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