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CEDAR GROVE AREA NFWS
Senior Has Career In Mind
BY BARBARA T. HEWKTT
Takila Morgan can be seen on
what would be
day observing a
pist, Marit Ul
rich, using ultra
sound to check
an accident vic
tim, soothing the
hurts of a six
who was accidentally burned, or
bathing the feet of a chronically ill
Then, if the timing is right, you
will see her being observed and
coachcd while she performs these
safe life-restoring actions.
When asked if she is part of the
staff at The Brunswick Hospital,
Takila politely replies, with a smile,
"I am a student of West Brunswick
High School in my senior year and 1
will pursue a career in physical thcr
This soft-spoken young lady is
the daughter of the late Burgess and
Alicc Morgan of Cedar Grove com
She's also another example of a
productive and industrious genera
tion of vonth emerging in the com
Could it be that this new genera
tion will serve as role models to get
back a recent generation that
brought more negative vibrations
than the community had ever known
in its 120-year history?
Hats OITTo Rich, Again
Richard Bernard, better known to
his peers and many adults as "Rich,"
seems to like milking his parents and
community feel prouil of his accom
His latest achievement is winning
second place in the annual talent
competition at Shallotte Middle
Be sure to listen to WVCB (!410
AM) for the Cedar Grove Area
News Thursdays at 3 p.m. and Sat
urdays at 10:15 a.m.
On Sunday evenings listen for the
MomcnLs of Inspiration Gospel
Elks Serving Breakfast
On Saturday, May 2, from 7 a.m.
to 11 a.m., the Calabash Elks will
hold a sausage and pancake break
fast, open to the public, at the lodge
Tickets may be purchased for S3
in advance at the lodge; or for S3.50
at the breakfast
The price includes coffee and
juice. Children under 6 will be ad
Proceeds go to the lodge building
fund, said spokesman John F. Zicfcl.
Shelters Plan Outing
The Beachcombcrs Shell Club of
the South Brunswick Islands will go
to Huntington Beach State Park
south of Myrtle Beach, S.C.. on
Tuesday, April 28.
For information about the outing,
contact Joyce Rose at 579-3664.
Gives To Fund
The South Brunswick Islands
Rotary Club recently contributed
funds to the Chris Caudill Bone
Marrow Transplant Fund.
Tanya Robbins acceptcd the
check presented by President John
The club also welcomed a new
member, Keith Curry.
Local Art ? Pottery ? Jewelry
"Oil Painting Classes"
Winter Hours (Jan. & Feb.)
Tues., Thurs., Sat. 10-5
Calabash Posi Office Complex
' ^Hwy. 179 ? (919)579-9929^
The Rotary Club meets at 7:30
a.m. cach Friday at Sandpiper Bay
Golf & Country Club, Old George
town Road, Calabash. Visiting Ro
tarians arc welcome.
MY! MY! MY!
Look who is tu/o nickels
f 55 J
Happy Birthday to
DAVID R. TRIPP. SR.
Love. Fay. Walter &? David Jr.
Look who is two dimes
Happy Birthday to
DAVID R. TRIPP. JR.
Love. David Sr.. Fave & Walter
Friends and relatives are
invited to a get-together
for both of them, April 26,
A fir Quality Ladies' Fashions
^ fi Missy ? Jr. ? PclIU ? Full Flgun
w ' A Low Country Stor< s
w Jt i/L & . _ . Hwv. 179. Calabash ??l
gH 579-7299 HI
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
FINAL 5 DAYS
We are closing our doors forever on Sunday. April 26 at
6 p.m. In just S short days this great sale will become history.
HURRY ... YOUR LAST CHANCE!!
WE WILL CLOSE
t days TIMe has @ ^5
For The Next 5 Days Take
the already give-away prices.
All sales final.
V 1-6 J
Children Win Egg Hunt
Sarah Meinertzhagen (left), James Kramer Faulk and Sarah
Spayed were winners in their age categories at the annual egg hunt
Saturday in Calabash on the grounds of Iuidies Veterans of Foreign
Wars Auxiliary Post 7288. Pictured with them is Ellen Oellerich,
Hospice Honors Its Volunteers
Volunteers for Hospice of the Lower Cape Fear arc being honored for
having contributed more than 4 2, CXX) hours of service in the not-for-profit
agency's six -county service aiea.
The agency serves clients in New Hanover, Brunswick, Pender, Colum
bus, Bladen and Onslow countics.
Volunteers help by providing dircct patient carc, assistance with special
events, office work and fund-raising. Some serve as nurses, mcdical direc
tors and board members.
Ann Fox, president of the Lower Cape Fear Hospice Board of Directors,
said u<e agency could not provide its services without this assistance.
Hospice provides home carc and support services to help terminally pa
tients and their families maintain their quality of life.
vCJarolina j\merican Jours'
CALL LINDA HEWETT
Rt. 4, Box 134F, Whiteville
TRIPS, TOUR, DELUXE **
TRANSPORTATION & SUPER PRICES
Linda & Johnny Hewett
PriCM an roontfnp four p? opto
TP 9161 June 9-14, 1992
July 6-1 1
TP9154 July 31 -Aug 2. 1992
TP6904 Aug. 13-16. 1992
TP 1465 Sept 19-25. 1992
TP1 475 Oct. 17-Nov. 1. 1992
TP9152 Nov. 25-29. 1992
TP6947 Dec 4 6, 1992
TP 1466 Dec. 10-12. 1992
TP1431 Dec. 27-30, 1992
T 1 5965 Dec. 29. '92-Jan. 2. '93
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Nashville Country Music Fan Fair $374 00
Niagara Falls $347 00
Amish Farmlands 8 Hershey $185.00
Amerifiora, 1992 $228 00
Southern Vermont In Autumn $607 00
Southwest Adv Mexico Needles. Cal $922 00
At Thanksgiving Nassau. Bahamas Cruise $473.00
Amish, Hershey and Dutch Apple Theatre $205 00
Savannah. Ga ./Charleston. SC & Carolina
Opry At Christmas Time $ 1 43.00
New York City After Christmas $382.00
Disney Epcot Universal Studios $303.00
2 Liter ? Diet Pepsi, 7-Up, Diet
7-Up, Mtn. Dew, Diet Mtn. Dew
Bunch - Fresh Green
Head - Snow White
We Reserve The Right
To Limit Quantities.
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Prices in this ad good Wednesday, April 22 thru
Tuesday, April 28, 1992.