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MR. AND MRS. W. EDM
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Angola Delane Alvarado and
William Kdmund (Rddie) Reynolds
Jr. were married Feb. 24 at Bible
Baptist Church near Holden Beach. i
The bride is the daughter of
I'atrlca Barber of Wilmington and
Daniel Alvarado of Beaufort, S C.
The groom Is the son of Mary Reaves
of Wilmington and Rev. Wllliuin Kdmund
Reynolds of Shelby.
An open house will I*' held Saturday,
June 8, for Hugh and Mabel Dut- 1
ton of Holden Beuch in observance of I
tltelr uoliten woddlnu anniversary. '
Friends arc invited to atop l?y the
llolden I leach Town Hull between 2
p.m. and 4 p.m.
The Informal event Ls belnn nivcn 1
by their children, Nunnboth D.
lircwcr and Kenneth Dulton, and a I
friend, Valerie H Johnson.
Another "net acquainted" mecttiiK
(or women Interested In joining the
proposed local chapter of the
American Business Women's
Association will be held Monday,
June 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria
of Brunswick Hospital in Supply.
For more information contact Mrs.
Pamela Bennett, 7M-6121, ext. 213
(daytime) or Mrs. Mary Owens,
842-3M3, after fi p.m.
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L'ND REYNOLDS JR.
r Angela Delano Alvarado
The Rroom's father performed the
2 p.m. double-ring ceremony. John
Naves, a friend of the couple, provided
gospel music. The sanctuary was
decorated with blue and white carnations,
white bows, candelabra and a
kneeling bench. The couple lighted a
Unity candie as pari of the
Given In marriage by her father,
he bride wore a floor-length
^rincess-style gown of sheer illusion
vith appliqued motifs over satin taf
eta. The sheer balloon sleeves, with
latching appliqued motifs, gathered
it French cuffs. Her chapel-length
'ell of sheer illusion was edged in
ichlffli embroidery, with on attached
lbow-lcngth blusher. She carried a
souquet of blue and white carnations
lUnchcd to a silk-covered Bible.
Christy Alvurudo served us licr
sister's maid of honor, wearing a
street-length dress In blue with white
trim. Bridesmaids Janet Curtis and
Adonnica Moore wore floor-length
gowns of yellow and lavender respectively.
Anthony Reynolds served as best
man. Ricky Reaves and Rodney Curtis
Following the ceremony, a reception
was held at Reaves Fish Camp at
llotdcn Beach. The couple honeymooned
at Blue Wuter Resort, Myrtle
Mrs. Reynolds is a graduate of Battery
Creek High School in Beaufort,
S.C., and is employed at NVVCB
Radio Station in Sluillotte. Her husband
is a graduate of Hoggard High
School in Wilmington and is a patrol
officer with the Shallotte Police
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Members of the lx>ng Bay Garden
Club and husbands enjoyed an outdoor
barbecue supper at the home of
Doris and Joe Olivito, Old Shallotte I
Rd., Shallotte, May 16. i
Among the many summer annuals
already growing well in the Olivito's
garden, the group shared all the grilled
chicken and good food you could
eat prepared by its members.
There was time to reflect on the
many accomplishments of the retiring
slate of officers: Vicki Jones,
president; Dianne Baxley, first vice
president; Motelle Knight, second j
vice president; Barbara Campbell,
secretary; and Frances Williams, |
Members had previously presented !
Vicki Jones with an engraved silver j
bracelet for her efforts on the club's f
Newly-elected officers are Dianne I
Baxley, president; Frances Gravatt, j
first vice president; Frances jj
Williams, second vice president;
Marilyn Powless, secretary; Carole
Harris, treasurer. They have the entire
summer to plan new projects and
activities for the club.
The group enjoyed a little bird watching
with an opportunity to see one
of the bluebirds and several purple
martins nesting in the Olivito's
houses. All members have eninved
watching their own bluebird houses
this spring. Due to the efforts of Alice
Robiason, Bluebird Chairman, 38
new birdhouses have been placed in
Members prepared and delivered
small floral desigas in shell containers
to the 39 nursing home
residents of Brunswick Village in
The children of Newman and Myrtle B
with a 50th wedding anniversary rccept
p.m. at Soldier Hay Baptist Church at
children and 16 grandchildren.
Class Plans Fi
The 1980 graduating class of West t
Brunswick High School will hold its i
fifth-year reunion Saturday. June 29,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Shallotte National
Class members are asked to call
Yolanda llewett, at 579-65.it (days)
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April. spokesperson said.
"It is hoped the entire community The new year
will enjoy the club's efforts to September with
beautify by landscaping the grounds Discovery?New
of West Brunswick Library," a Gardening and
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Increased attention to the grounds of the West
Brunswick Library paid off this month w ith the receipt
of the Long Bay Garden Club's Yard of the Month
Award for June, presented above by President Dianne
flaxley (right) to Lauri Rayburn, assistant branch
supervisor. "It's one of the really nice assets of the
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Carolina Beach, i
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Work?focusing on membership and
will begin in the sharing of individual talents
a theme of through educational programs with
Joys Through projects and activities to serve cornGarden
Club munity needs.
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town," said Mrs. Baxley. "It's attractiveness encourages
greater use." Trees damaged during the past
two winters have been replaced and planting beds have
been refurbished. Also, the county library system is
paying more attention to maintenance of the branch
grounds, she said.
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e late George Family members are asked to brrill
hold a family ing a covered dish, eat together and
it 3, at the home get ucrjuomtcd, she saiu.
on the sound at
aid spokesman More information is available by
calling Mrs. Kobinson at 842-6329.
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