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Martha Lynette Hardwick and
Michael Kevin He&ett were married
Saturday, Feb. 16, at 2 p.m. at Camp
United Methodist Church in
Rev. W. Stanley Smith, pastor, officiated
at the double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius P. I^ewis of Shallotte
and the granddaughter of Mrs.
Audrey H. Salmon, also of Shallotte.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Hewett Jr. of Shallotte.
Given in marriage by her parents,
the bride wore a gown of white silk
taffeta, trimmed in Alencon lace,
that flowed into a chapei-iengih
The bodice of Alencon lace and
seed pearls featured a Queen Anne
neckline an<" shirred leg-of-mutton
sleeves, also appliqued with lace.
Her fingertip veil of white net with
Alencon iace ana pearls flowed from
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The bridal bouquet consisted of a
white fur muff accented with
cascading white roses.
Theresa Faye Ininan, a friend of
the bride, was her maid of honor. She
wore a long gown of huckleberry taffeta
with flounced, off-the-shoulder
puffed sleeves. She carried a white
fur muff with huckleberry roses and
wnrn ? white fur coronet accented
with huckleberry satin ribbons.
Karen Alice Pittman, sister of the
bride, maintained the guest register.
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Pearl of Truth Tent No. 149 is now
arrentinv annlirafinns; fnr th.P IMS
Miss Black Pearl pageant which will
he held May 25 at 8 p.m. at the II J\
Hall in Southport.
To beeome a contestant, one must
be u resident of Brunswick County
and be between the ages of 17-22 or a
high school Junior. Entry fee is 150.
For applications, contact Carolyn
Price, 457-60GB, Johnnie Keith,
457-5526, or Wanda Frailer, 457-5423.
"The warmth, friendship and support
1 received throughout the year
were the highlight of my reign," said
1984 Miss Black Pearl Tonya McKoy.
Ms. McKay, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sampson McKoy of I .eland,
plans to pursue a career in
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Karen Cooper, a cousin of the bride,
directed the ceremony. Heather
Leigh Hardwick, sister of the bride,
served as acolyte. Wedding music
The groom wore a black tuxedo by
Pierre Cardin, with white boutonniere.
His father served as best. He
wore a matching tuxedo and
Mrs. Lewis, mother of the bride,
chose a full-skirted long dress of
peach crepe with long sheer sleeves
and a bodice accented by a doublelayered
collar, and matching accessories.
Mrs. Hewett, mother of the
Ki will, wvi : a mil-ami icu iwiifj ui cm
of lilac polyester georgette, ii
featured a scooped neckline, long
sheer sleeves and belted waist. Both
wore corsages of white roses.
Containers of white chrysanthemums,
carnaiiuns and pompoms
and brass candlelabras accented
with white poms and greenery
decorated the sanctuary.
A reception as given by the bride's
parents after the ceremony in the
church fellowship hall.
The newlyweds will make their
home in Columbus, Ga. The bride attended
Miller-Motte Business College
at Wilmington, while the groom was
graduated from the University of
North Carolina at Wilmington with a
bachelor of arts degree in computer
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"I've seen many faces and have
been to various pageants and
socials," Ma. McKoy said. "The most
memorable activities were being
selected to ride in the governor's inaugural
parade and participating in
the Fourth of July parade and
Pearl of Truth Tent No. 148 is a
non-profit organization which promotes
womanhood and leadersliin.
"They Instill In the community self
pride and self-esteem." Ms. McKov
said. "Throughout the pageant, they
worked with us ithe contestants)
helping each one secure a I letter
chance to win."
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Information on upcoming activities
dominated the February 20 meeting
oi me uuys ana uons Extension
Homemakers Couples Club at the
Brunswick County Extension Office
humanities seminar sponsored by the
extension service in conjunction with
N.C. State University and several
workshops sponsored by the county
"Thomas Wolfe-Author" is the
topic of the seminar, which meets
each Tuasdav in April. It will combine
Ki'uuj) discussion Wiui IC-auC-r?hjn
hv n professor from the Raleigh
Club Counselor Mary Buss
presented a program on "Wills and
Members reported 84 hours of
voiunteer work with Doshcr
Memorial Hospital Volunteers, the
Have A Son
Cleveland and Sybil Mitchell Simmons
of Supply liave announced the
birth of their first child, Cleveland
Troy Mitchell Simmons II.
He was born February 22 at
Brunswick Hospital in Supply,
weighing six pounds, 124 ounces and
measuring 19 inches in length.
His paternal grandparents are
Buster and lx>uise Simmons of Supply.
Maternal grandparents are Waymond
and Klnora Mitchell, also of
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preparation and county council
President John I>ewis announced
the March regular meeting will be an
area meeting with a representative
from the child nrctective services
section of the Brunswick County
Department of Social Services
presenting the program. A business
meeting will also be held in March,
but attendance at area meeting is requircd
for perfect attendance
Representatives from each exten
sion homeinakers club in the county
arc to meet in April with Edith Hoy.
international chairperson, to plan
county participation in the annual
" Adopt-A-Student" program in
which the county hosts for a week one
or two foreign students attendin"
N.C. Suite University.
Alice Hems gave the opening devotional.
Refreshments included liverwurst
snrail and homemade breed,
banana bread with cream cheese
spread and coffee.
Attending were Thelma and Bill
Dunn, Virginia and Bud Godlove,
Edith and Harold Hoy, Alda und Jolin
l^ewis, Edith and Jack Ogden, Alice
and Russ Perris and Mary Russ,
The Guys and Dolls Couples Club is
open to all couples residing in
Brunswick County. Additional information
is available from tlie extension
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Birthdays And ^ 1
Joey Stanley, Cathey Stanley, Todd
Morton, Debbie Hewett, Horrace
Stanley. Doug Hewett. Billy Varnam. EHFriday,
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Jay Callender; Mr. and Mrs. John jjjg v. W
Craig, Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Stroupe.
Saturday, Marcu 15 -.v>r? i v
Donna Kirby, Robin Bolton, Justin - /"
Hughes, Ann Marie Woodard; Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Causey. V ?
Sunday, March 17 _/ J*k.
Linnie F. Cheers, George Irving MUm*
Jr., Mildred Agnes Hewett, Ruth J.
Russ, Topsy Skinner, Boyd Lott, ^^Htu :-V
Yates Gupton, Phebie Smith.
Monday, March 18 JMHMBB
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brooks Jr. L
Tuesday, March 15 A 'I n * Q *
Lester Todd, Caleb Viego, Benny Mpril Uate bet
Goodman, Robert Lawing Sr., Anneue Heweii Musseiwhitc of E
Beamon Hewett, Angela Reaves, Supply and Harry Michaei Laska
Evelyn Batson. of Wilmington have announced
Wednesday, March 20 their forthcoming marriage
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Gelene Russ, Johnny R. Carlyle; Mr. P'-y Baptist Church, Supply,
and Mrs. Johnnie Edwards. Friends and relatives are invited.
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