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To Wed May 25 th j
Mrs. Catherine M. Hill of Soulhport
has announced the engagement of
her daughter, Vanessa Chyvcttc
HOI, to Rev. Hczekiah Reaves Jr. of
Route 1, Ash. He Is the pon ol Mr.
and Mrs. Hczekiah Reaves Sr., also
of Ash. Their wedding is planned
May 25 at 2 p.m. at Brown's Chapel
AMR /.ion Church In Southport, with
a reception afterward at the International
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Maycle I-ou Walker and Terry Allen
i/uyti, both nf the iioldrn Heaeh
area, wlli Ik* married 2 p.m., Sundny.
May 5, at their home in Holiday
llnven near Hidden lieaeh. Miss
Walker In the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Kiluln Walker ol Shallotte.
I.oyd In the son of Mr. and Mrs. Iee
It. l<oyd of the Hidden Heaeh area.
Friends unil relatives ure Invited to
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[, Thursday, May 2, 1985
Carylon Brennemar. and Eric Lee
Register were rnarrieu Saturday,
ftpril 6, in the home of the groom's
parents, Rev. and Mrs. Henry
Register of Supply.
Mrs. Register is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rowe of Marion.
She wore a tea-length lace dress in
jll-wniie wnn saun emproiaereu
lowers and matching lace pumps,
tier handheld bouquet consisted of
link roses, miniature lilies and pink
Ixing Bay Garden Club members
recently prepared and donated 39 arrangements
of live spring flowers to
individual residents of the Brunswick
Village Nursing Home in Shallotte.
The flowers were placed in
seashells collected and donated by
Carol and Ed Harris. A larger arrangement
was donated for the lobby.
Another arrangement was made
by club member Judy Rickenbacker,
who was recovering from a fall.
The arrangements were completed
at an April 19 club meeting at the
To Spot Goc
Supply Extension Homemakcrs
Club members learned how to
"recognize hidden treasures" at
their April 16 meeting at the
Brunswick Electric Membership
Corportion office in Shaliottc.
Speaker Ethelyn Hawes displayed
several "collectibles" and antiques,
putting emphasis on their identifying
Items donated by members were
collected for the club's annual auc
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Candlelight and spring flowers
decorated the home where Rev.
Henry Register officiated the doublering
ceremony. A reception was held
Mrs. Register is employed by
Multi-Wood International. Register
is employed by Home Furniture Co.
After a wedding trip to the mountaias
of North Carolina, they are
making their home in Wilmington.
home of Betty Harrelson in Shallotte
at which the new president, Dianne
The meeting followed a "flowers"
theme, with members answering roll
call with the name of a flower blooming
in her yard.
Members also selected the reci
pient of the first "Yard of the Month"
award of 1985, Henry Brezenski of
Bonaparte Retreat II, whose yard
sparkled with 1,800 spring bulbs.
Betty Harrelson, Frances Gravatt
and Disnne B 3 i!?y nrnvi HpH
refreshments for the meeting.
tion and flea market, to be held this
year at the IJttle River Flea Market.
Unsold items will be donated to the
Calabash Volunteer Rescue Squad
Thrift Shop, said club spokeswoman
Ciub members voted to donate
money to the Brunswick Technical
College Foundation, to be matched
by an anonymous donor.
Evelyn Gunnerscn and Pat Nash
are to bring quilt squares for ciub
members to complete in time for a
county council fundraising project
during the N.C. Fourth of July
Also. Clara Schuester was to represent
the club at a planning meet for
the upcoming Adopt A Student program.
Ms. Gunnersen's home will be the
location for a 10 a.m. club crafts
meeting May 1, to which members
are to bring a sandwich.
As part of her citizenship ar.d community
outreach program of work,
Aileen Miles reported on the need for
Ten members attended the
meeting and one guest, Anna
Members of the William Gause
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution heard a program
on American Heritage at their
Anril 1R me*?tinu
Members Gwen Causey, Gloria
Koss, Lena Hawes, Amarette Pierce,
Veltna Robinson and Bobbie Sellers
attended the meeting at Shallotte
. Terry 1
J local artist, v?
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Miss Wescotf To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wescott of
Bolivia hove annminroH (hp pnapppment
of their daughter, Kimberly
Gaye, to Karl Anthony Harris, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace G. Harris of
Burlington. Their wedding will be
heid May 18 at 8 p.m. in Mill Creek
Baptist Church at Bolivia. Friends
and relatives are invited to the
ceremony and a reception immediately
afterwards in the church
In New Mexico
William r. ociiei a ?m . tanu
Elizabeth Stewart Doster Sellers of
Albuquerque, N.M., are the parents
of a daughter, Claire Elizabeth
Sellers, born April 15.
The maternal grandparents are
Judge Robert M. Doster and Jean
Doster of Sunset Beach and lancastcr,
S.C. The paternal grandparents
are William T. and Dorothy
Sellers of Shallotte Inlet, Shallotte.
The paternal great-grandparents are
Mrs. William Beaman Sellers of
Ufi1min.t?An ? ,wl ll,? l?tn U/illinm
niuiuii^iuii auu uic uiw; i? iiiiaiu
Beaman Sellers of Shallotte.
David and Lucille Crocker of
Calabash have announced the birth
of a daughter, Emily Beth, born Monday,
April 29, at Grand Strand
Hospital in Myrtle Beach.
Emily weighed seven pounds,
Wounccs at birth. Her father Is a
detective with the Brunswick County
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. A.i.. Bellamy of
Bonaparte's Landin,? while paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Crocker of Pinevillc Acres,
Calabash. Her great-grandfather is
Kirby Reeves of Thonuisboro.
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If your Inst name is spelled
Mlllican, Milliken or Milligan, you're
invited to a family reunion Sunday.
May 26, at the Chadbourn Fire
All participants are asked to bring
a covered dish, said spokesman Lucy
1'ridgen of Atkinson. No time was
"We hope to make this the biggest
and best reunion yet," she said. "Only
you can do that, by being in Chadbourn."
ill be in our shop
flay 4, 7-9 PM
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Main Street Shallotte 754-6495
announcing the opening of .
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If you or* interested In our new Child Development Center, please
fill Out and return this coupon along with your check We plan to
open September 1985 Aj the director of the new KID'S CONNECTION
I am very excited about thii new odventure Pleose feel free
to call on me if you hove any questions
Polly Ruts 754 8720
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