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LITTLE MISS Brunswick County 1992 Virginia l/tve Williamson (third from Ipft) is shown Saturday with (from left) Robbvn Francis,
second runner-up; Fallon Walker, first runner-up; Uttle Miss 1991 Chalmers Champion and third runner-up Rrandi Harrison.
Lanahan Heading New Legion In Calabash
Richard A. Lanahan of Sunset
Beach has been named acting com
mander of the
Legion Post No.
503 in Calabash.
ed the post's ini
tial meeting held
Feb. 24. Lana
han, who helped
group, will serve LANAHAN
as acting commander until the mem
bership elccts a slate of officers on
Visiting officers from the state
and district officcs attended the last
meeting to help organize the new
Dudley Robbins, past state coni
mrtnrW from Rnr??w . discusscd his
tory of the American Legion, bene
fits to members and activities the
Legion supports on the local, region
al and national level.
Other guests included Harold G.
Davis Sr. of Wilmington, chairman
of the new posts committee; and
Carolyn Jarman of Burgaw, ninth
American Legion is a federal cor
poration chartered by Congress in
1919 as a patriotic and community
service organization of honorably
Veterans interested in joining the
new post at Calabash can contact
Lanahan at 579-2598.
Caswell Trip Planned
The Holden Beach Beautification
Committee will sponsor a day trip to
Fort Caswell on Wednesday, March
The trip will include a view of the
landscaping at Caswell Beach, a tour
of Fort Caswell and lunch at the
N.C. Baptist Assembly conference
The committee needs at least 25
people for the trip, and the public is
invited to participate.
The gioup will meet at Holden
Beach Town Hall at 9:30 a.m. to
arrange a car pool. The cost will be
S5.75 per person, and reservations
To register, or for more informa
tion, call Fran Vogt at 842-4783.
The emerging Carolina Power &
Light Brunswick Amateur Radio
Club, hopes to draw prospective
members as well as other interested
persons to a special event planned
Saturday called "HAMS for Nuclear
Energy," said Charles Parker.
The program will be held from 8
KES& NOTICE KM#.
We regret to Inform our customers that the One
Touch Vial Strip 50's. advertised on page 2 of our Kerr
Drugs March 11 Circular was advertised at the
The correct price should be $34.59.
we apologize for any inconvenience to our customers.
mm PERSONAL ATTENTION
^ FOR THE ELDERLY
WHEN YOU CANT VISIT SOMEONE YOU
LOVE IN A NURSING HOME, LET US.
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
Q C 20%-60%
OFF LIST PRICE
' SOFAS, CHAIRS. LOVESEATS, BEDROOMS.
DINETTES. RECLINERS, END/COFFEE TABLES, SLEEPERS, DINING
ROOMS, CURIOS, GUN CABINETS, ENTERTAINMENT UNITS, ROCKING
CHAIRS AND MORE. HURRY NOTHING HELD BACK
OPEN MON.-SAT. 9-5:30
, ?DELIVERY AVAILABLE
J -!fj S TORE F!MAk"~'NG
?90 DAYS-SAME AS CASH
Hwy. 90, Nixon's Crossroads ,
j?0 North Myrtle Beach, SC m\
a.m. lo 8 p.m. at the CP&L Comm
unity Relations Building, which is
behind the Visitors Center on N'.C.
87 at Southport. It is being held in
cooperation with Cape Fear Am
ateur Radio Group.
Visitors can lcam about various
types of amateur radio, talk to ama
teur radio operations around the
word and talk to amateur radio oper
ators about how they respond during
a natural emergency such as a hurri
Persons interested in joining
CP&L Brunswick Amateur Radio
Club and becoming amateur radio
operators can call Parker for more
Williamson Crowned 1992
Little Miss Brunswick County
Virginia Love Williamson was crowncd Little Miss Brunswick
County 1992 Saturday night in a pageant at Shallotte Middle School.
During her one-year reign, she will attend and perform at pageants,
festivals and other events, representing Brunswick County.
The nine-year-old daughter of DeCarol and Jan Williamson of Ocean
Isle Beach I nvc performed 2 jazz-gymnasl'C* routine m Strike It Hp for
her talent entry.
She was one of six contestants who competed in party dress, talent
and private interview for the tide.
First runner-up was Fallon Jade Walker, 9, daughter of Jerome and
Heidi Walker of Holdcn Beach, who tapped to In The Mood.
Second runner-up Robbyn Shavonnc Francis pci formed a classical pi
ano selection. She is die daughter of Artinas and Cheryl Francis of
Third runner up was Brandi Nicole Harrison. The six-year-old daugh
ter of George and Rcgina Harrison of Ash, she performed a ballet to
Lisa Dale Young, Miss Brunswick County 1991, served as mistress of
Special guests included Chalmers Champion. Litde Miss Brunswick
County 1991; Crystal Williams, Miss Brunswick County 1992; Courtney
Pridgen, Little Miss Wilmington 1992; and the V'ettcs, a dance troupe
from Brunswick Sch<x>l of Dance.Thc pageant was co-sponsored by the
Shallotte Junior Woman's Club and Scholarship Pageants of Brunswick
Show, Workshop To Focus On Natural Scenery
Brunswick County landscapes
and seascapes will be the theme of a
juried art exhibition, painting work
shop and video production later this
HmlUi \\f ninflnin ?Krt 1 (MIA O 1
IwlllllJ If tlll.Hk.lll, U IV k S J\J~ S 1
visiting artist at Brunswick Comm
unity College has organized the
three activities through BCC and the
Brunswick Arts Council. There is no
chargc for any of the events.
Artists who reside in Brunswick
County may enter up to three pieces
in the show at no charge. Artwork
should be brought to Franklin
Square Gallery in Southport March
27 or 28 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
An opening reception will be held
April 3 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Awards created from "found beach
objects" will be presented in four
categories: oils, watcrcolor, mixed
media and three-dimensional.
On March 30 and April 1, Wein
stein plans to videotape the show as
well as interviews with the partici
pating artists. The resulting video
will be previewed in BCC's Teach
ing Auditorium on May 8 from noon
to 1 p.m., 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. and again
from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The completed
version will be distributed to local
chambers of commerce, schools and
The landscape workshop will take
place March 28 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. in the art room on BCC's main
campus north of Supply. Ms. Wein
stein said participants arc invited to
work in any medium.
To register for the workshop, or
for more information, call Sharon
Dodge at 754-6900.
THE BRUNSWICK HOSPITAL
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
THE ASSOCIATION OF
MARK A. L 7 _
EAR, NOSE & THROAT
MEDICAL / S UR GICAL CARE
NOW ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS
THE BRUNSWICK HOSPITAL/SUPPLY, NC
? Pediatric Otolaryngology
(Tonsils, Adenoids, Ear tubes)
Head & Neck Surgery
Allergy and Sinus Disorders
Facial Plastic and
(Cosmetic Nose Reconstructions)