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Elaine AUyson Bratton and James L
Stephen Kirby were married Satur- s
day, May 11, in Eastview Baptist a
Church in Rock Hill, S.C. v
The bride is the daughter of Mr. e
and Mrs. Mark Little of Rock Hill, L
S.C., and Charles F. Bratton of I-an- 1
caster, S.C. The groom is the son of 1;
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kirby of f
Rock Hill. S.C., formerly of Supply, J
and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. a
W.M. Sermons Sr. of Supply and the t
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mvc mi. ana mrs. j. fciDerl Mr by.
Preceding the ceremony, a pro- r
gram of music was provided by Miss c
Terri Rape, organist; Mrs. Grays
Ford, pianist; and Mrs. Walt Younts,
who sang "All My Life." J
Three brass candelabras with I
white tapers highlighted the altar, (
along with two brass vases filled with I
white spider and pompom chrysan- I
themums, carnations and babies' <
Given in marriage by her step- t
father, the bride wore a gown of f
white satin and Alencon lace. The f
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Joseph lee (Sonny) l-ong Jr. of Ash 1
were married Friday, May 24, in a 7
p.m. double-ring ceremony at the
Marriage Chapel in Dillon, S.C. 1
The bride is the daughter of Mr. i
and Mrs. Harold Evans of Shallotte. i
The groom is the son of Joseph lee
Ieng Sr. and stepson of Alice Babson
l-ong of Ash.
The bride's son, William lee
Hewett, served as ringbearer. while
a niece of the bride. Missy Sue Clemmons,
was flower girl.
Attending the ceremony were Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph lee Ieng Sr.;
Juamta Duncan, sister cf the groom,
and her son, Wayne, of Whiteville;
and Shelley Hewett and Denise Clemmor?,
sisters of the bride. i
After returning from Dillon, a J
reception honoring the couple was
given at the home of the bride's
parents by Mrs. Cathy Clemmons, a
He wefts Have
Charles A. and Melissa Hewett of
Shallotte announce the birth of a
oaugnier, rvayia r.uen, Dorn May 23
at the Brunswick Hospital in Supply
Kay la weighed six pounds, seven
ounces when she was born at 8:25
p.m. She joins a brother, Douglas, 6
Her maternal grandmother is Ms.
Mayzell Bullard of Bolivia. Her
paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Ode 11 Gore of Bolivia
Have A Son
Wendy and Craven Demette
Milligan Jr. at Ash have announced
the birth of a son
Craven Demette Milligan III,
nicknamed "Trey", was bom May 18
at 10 51 a.m. in Sew Hanover
Memorial Hospital He weighed
seven pounds. 10 ounces and was 30
inches ir. length
Trey joins two sisters
His grandparents are Mr and Mrs
EH Redwine Of Cause landing and
Mr and Mrs Craven Deroette
MiOigan of Ash.
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ace bodice was accented with a
heer yoke, seed pearls and sequins
ind featured a high neckline, fitted
raist and puffed satin sleeves that
xtended from the elbow in fitted
ace ending in a point at the wrists,
lie full skirt was edged in Alencon
ace and extended into a chapei train
lighlighted with lace appliques. Her
uuei cap ot matching lace featured
i full gathered blusher veil and atached
She carried a bouquet of white
oses, carnations, babies' breath and
The matron of honor was Mrs.
>11 san Cox, sister of the bride. The
iridesmaids were Maria DeLoach
Jriffin, Susan Ayers, Emily
toneycutt and Keri Burkett, all of
took Hill, S.C., and Kim McNaniara
if Walhalla, S.C., and Beverly Sernons
of Jackson, Miss. Their idenical
formal gowns of cerise taffeta
eatured sweetheart necklines, drop>ed
waists, top bustles and church
PH LEE LONG JR.
lida Kay Evans
sister of the bride. A four-tiered wedding
cake made by Valla Hewett and
Denise Canady of Ash was served.
While currently living in Shallotte,
the couple plans to move to Ash in the
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employee of Wilson Tree Co.
To Wed Ju/y 7
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. liaison Jr.
Of Kihflltotf* h*V ^ #.?
tbcomicg wedding of their daughter,
Julie Ann, to Terry Wllletls of
Shallotte, ton of R.S. and Marjorie
WUIetU of Bolivia. The wedding will
take place Sunday, July 7, at 2:30
p.m. at Old Shallotte Baptist Church
at Grifiettown. Friends and
relatives of the couple are invited.
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trains. They carried identical bouquets
of miniature carnations in
shades of pink, pompom chrysanthemums,
rubrum lilies, purple
statice and babies' breath, with loveknot
The groom's father stood as best
man. The ushers were Geoffrey Kiru..
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Rock Hill, S.C., brothers of the
groom; Banks Pressley, Matthew
Honeycutt and Brenton Burkett, all
of Rock Hill, and Tony McGuirt of
The bride's mother wore a formal
gown of French rose georgette with
tucked bodice and long sleeves, while
the mother of the groom chose a
gown of flesh pink silk crepe with
satin appliqued overblouse and long
fitted sleeves. Each wore a corsage
of white roses.
Following the ceremony a reception
was held in the church social
hall, where a three-tiered bride's
cake was served.
Son Is Born
A son, William Kelly Koaeh, was
born May 22 at 2:35 p.m. in New
Hanover Memorial Hospital to
Wayne Kelly and I/eslie Roach of
He weighed si* pounds, three
ounces and was 21 inches in length.
His paternal grandparents arc Mr.
and Mrs. W.A. Roach of HoU'en
Beach. Mrs. Mary R. Johnson of
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iuhihi uvuvii la lua uiniti nui ^luhumother.
Mrs. Roach is the former I,eslie
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Thursday, June 6
Jewel W. Hodge, Wayne Koueli,
I.yla Esler, Wendy Ward, Del Evans,
Jeanette Gallowuy, Wanda H.
Hewett, Kenneth Smigiel, Martha
Pope, Jessica Winfree; Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Winfree, Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Hostctler, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Hope,
Mr. and Mrs. tlarry Kigali.
Friday, June 7
Connie Boyte, Gene Bellamy: Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Small, Mr. and Mrs.
Elridge Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. David
Saturday, June 8
Carlton Sligh, Jim Hughes, Audrey
Owens, Faye Galloway, Heather
Hardwick; Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
Barefoot, Craig and Anne Snow,
Jerry and Neda Carter.
Sunday, June 9
Margaret Hewett, Cecelia Smith,
Collin Somcrsett, Meg Small, Edward
Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Cmtulllnn U. < U f l> "
vwu.iuwi, kii aim alia. j. t'eariie
Kuss, Mr and Mrs. Roy Mintz Jr.,
I-inda and Gary Reaves, Mr and
Mrs. Charles I). Hewett.
Monday. June 10
R D. White III, Betty Causey,
Erica Sellers, Hayley Janelle
Gaiioway, Mary Clernmons,
Jonathan Furr, Cameron Kinlaw.
Peggy Owens; Mr. and Mrs.
Freeman Hewett, Floyd and Gladys
Tuesday, June 11
Karen limbro, A.O. King Jr.,
Keith Furr, Gwyn Chappell; Done
and Ivy Gates.
Wednesday, June 12
Isjcke Byrd, (atheryn Jean Mintz,
Carol Roycroft; Mr and Mrs Hugh
Clernmons, Mr, arid Mrs. Michael
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I and MERLE NORMAN
It* tjb7* Shqllot^
)ck Hill I
After the wedding rehearsal Friday
night, the groom's parents entertained
the wedding party and out-oftown
guests with a buffet dinner party
at the Rambo Mansion in Rock
Hill. After dinner the groom's cake
was cut and champagne toasts were
made to the bridal couple.
Ollt-of-tnwn imnctu a-opo Mr
Mrs. W.M. Sermons, Mrs. Vinton
Galloway, Miss Ruth Galloway, Mr.
and Mrs. Richmond Galloway, Mr.
and Mrs. A1 Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Joey
Galloway, all of Supply; and S
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Sermons Jr. of ,
Following a wedding trip to
Hawaii, the newlyweds will reside in
A graduate of Winthrop College in
Rock Hill, Mrs. Kirby is an accountant
with Jack 1,. Anthony CPA firm
in Charlotte. Her husband, also a
graduate of Winthrop College, will be
a computer applications program
iner wiui noyal insurance Co. of
Miss Powell To Wed
Friends and relatives are invited to
attend the wedding of Pamela Jean
Powell and Paul John Hrubik. Miss
Powell is the daughter of Gerald E.
Pow ell of Shnllntte and Mrs. Cafoiyn
C. Powell of Oeean Isle Heaeh.
Ilrulbk is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd M. Evans of Supply. Their
wedding will take plaee Saturday,
June 22, at .1 p.m. at Camp United
Methodist Church lu Shallottc. A
reception will follow.
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