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Mr. and Mrs. John I* I'almore of
Wlnnabow have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Violet L. I'almore, to James Edward
Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
McBrlde Wilmington. The wedding
is planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug.
10 at St. Mary's Baptist Church in
Winnabow. A reception will follow in
the church dining hall. Friends and
relatives are invited.
Extension homcmakcrs across
Brunswick County are uniting in an
anti-litter and clean-up campaign,
members of the Guys & Dolls Extension
Homcmakcrs Club learned at
their June 24 meeting.
Club Counselor Mary Rqss announced
that the project was initiated
by the Citi/.enship and Community
Outreach Progam of Work
I-arge, attractive litter bags furnished
by the Brunswick Soil and
Water Conservation District will be I
distributed to various extension clubs
in the county.
Meeting ut the county extension of^
For Ovster Festi
Applications arc now being accepted
for entrants in the 1986 N.C.
Oyster Festival Scholarship
Pageant, sponsored by the South
Brunswick Islands Chamber of Commerce.
The pageant will be held October 12
as part of the 1985 N.C. Oyster
Festival, said Karen Moshourc.s, the
chamber's director of operations.
No more than 12 competitors will
be accepted. Women ages 17 through
24 who reside in Brunswick, Bladen,
Columbus, New Hanover and Pender
counties are eligible to apply. Entrants
must bo single and never marABWA
Members and officers of a new,
local chapter of the American
Business Women's Association will
be installed at a chartering meeting
slated Thursday, July 25. at Sludlotte
The 7:50 p.m. meeting will be held
in U?e church socUtl hall.
Vivian Gardner of the Marbella
Chapter and a past national president,
will install the new officers.
Charter members and prospective
members are invited to attend the
ceremony and sign the chapter
charter, said co-chairman Dora
Holder of Scotch Bonnet Chapter and
Julie Barefoot of Marbella Chapter.
Supply Extension Homemakers
learned how to "accent" their figures
through a program presented by
tlaru Sehuester at the club's July 16
meeting held at the Brunswick Electric
Membership Corp. office in
Mrs. Sehuester shared information
on color coordination, fabrics and use
of accessories to *
Members also received ear litter
bags and voted to make contributions
to the Supply Volunteer Fire Department
and the (.Calabash Volunteer
Rescue Squad Proceeds of the project
and an N.C Fourth of July
Festival craft sale were turned over
to the club's new secretarytreasurer.
N, Thursday, July 25,1985
To Wed August 24
Ms. Deborah H. Causey of
Hickman's Crossroads has announced
the forthcoming marriage of her
daughter, Connie, to Greg Bennett,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bennett of
North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The wed
ding Is planned Saturday, August Z4,
at 6 p.m. at Pleasant Plain Baptist
Church, Brooksvlllc, S.C. Friends
and relatives of the couple are Invited.
fice in Bolivia, club members also
discussed the county organization's
main fundraising project for the
year, a queen-size quilt designed and
quilted by homeinakers during the
year that was displayed during the
N.C. Fourth of July Festival in
Southport July 2-4.
Members reported 169 hours of
volunteer work with Dosher Hospital,
the American Red Cross Bloodmobile
and the extension
homcmakers quilt workshop.
Mrs. Russ also presented the program,
on ways to reduce the rising
costs of home heating.
Contestants will be judged on the
basis of private interviews, talent
presentation and swim wear and
evening gown appearance, she said.
A "most photogenic" award will Ik*
presented and scholarhips in excess
of $1,000 will bo shared by the newqueen
The current Oyster Festival Queen
is Nntalyn Shipp of Wilmington.
Pageant applications are available
r,?m iKn -t. j?
will % i ix? uvuui OIUH.1WII.H muiHUi
Cluunber of Commerce or by calling
Ms. Moshoures at 754-6644 or
s Charter Night
In a brief business session after*
wards, members will determine a
meeting night, time and place and
name for tin? new chapter.
This local chapter joins a network
of more than 2,100 chapters
throughout the United States and
Puerto Rico, with u membership of
more hum 112,000 business women.
ABWA's objective is to promote the
professional, educational, cultural
and social advancement of women in
For more information, contact
Pamela Bennett. 842-2110 after 5
p.in., \?i mnij v/nciia, oii-jou fllllT p
m To Fashion Tips
On July ith. the club contributed
tray favors to hospital patients
The July meetinti opened with
silent prayer al President
Schuester s request, followed by P.
Kaymond Beran's poem. * A
Friend." read by Pal Nash The
meeting was followed with a crafts
Guests in attendance were
Kathleen, Christine and Carl Ztnn.
grandchilden of Mrs Schuesier Ten
members were present.
The club meets next on Aug 20 at
10 a.m. at the home of Susie Stevens
on Holden Reach, following a picnic
then* Members are to bring thru
own sandwiches; the bastess'will provide
drinks and dessert
To Wed Aug. 3
Jess and Judy Parker of Holden
Beach have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Erin
Kathleen, to Robert I>avan Fulford
nf Unlflm Hench FnlfnrH i? llii> tnn
of Robert and Etha Mea Fulford of
Supply. Their wedding will be held
Saturday. Aug. 3, at 2 p.m. at the
home of the brides' parents, with a
reception immediately afterward.
Family and friends are invited to attend;
no invitations will be sent.
International Program of Work
Chairperson Edith Hoy sent her
thanks to the club for its support of
the Adopt-A-Student program in
May, and President John I^ewis asked
members to suggest ideas at the
July meeting for the annual club picnic.
Attending the meeting were
Thelma and Bill Dunn, Virginia and
Bud Godlove, Alda and John l,ewis.
Alice and Russ Perkis, Jean and Ed
Robinson and Mrs. Russ, and the
Perkis' guests, Melissa and Melody
All couples residing in the county
are eligible to join the Guys & Dolls
Club. The next meeting is Monday,
For more information, contact the
Brunswick County Agricultural Extension
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George Melton and Carol King of
Windsor, Calif., have announced the
birth of a son, Steven David King, on
June 25 in Santa Kosa. Calif.
His grandparents are Fred and
Lula King of Holden Beach and
I^onard and Florence Gunderson of
I Santa Rosa, Calif. His greatgrandmother
is Lunde Simmons of
Century Care Center in Whiteville.
Thursday, July 25
Audrey Gail Galloway, Linda
Stanley, Gene Carter, David Clemmons,
Brooke Pope, Katie Harris,
Jim Campbell Jr., Milton N. Harper,
Theresa Mintz, Randy Holden, Courtney
Feldt, Teressa Long; Mr. and
Mrs. Dave I^ewell.
Friday, July 26
David Bennett Babson, Pat Morton,
Mary Ann Hewett, Gary Gainey,
Robin Hewett, Phillip Cheers, Joey
Wilbur, Brad Wright, Phil Tysinger,
Yvonne Bevill, Iris Hewett; Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Byrd, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Stanley, Marilyn and Buster
Saturday, July 27
Ruby Pressnell, Keith I^wis, Nancy
Wemyss, Donald Stanley, Michael
I>eonard, Anne Hesser, Craig Snow,
Jamey Hewett, Bill Barefoot; A.B.
and Beth Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Logan
Sunday, July 28
Teresa Pickard, Leigh Ann Frink,
Keane Bellamy, Dixie Cheers,
Rachel Stanley, Ross Bennett, Scott
Summerfield, Becky Milliken,
Elloise Hankins; Fred and Ida Mintz,
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bowen.
Mondav. Julv 29
Geraldine Kirby, Elizabeth Tandy,
William Smith, Jerry Brown, Paul
Powell, Mary Miller Russ, David
Grissett; Mr. and Mrs. John
Fazekas, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Todd,
Ronnie and Benita Hernandez, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Gales.
Tuesday, July 30
Iieigh Everette Milligan, Harold
Poole, Jim Hesser.
Wednesday, July 31
Meghan Lancaster, Doris Gray,
Terry Lynn Sellers, Bruce Dillard,
Aimee Couvillon, Kim Greene; Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Beck, Mr. and Mrs.
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MRS. GARY WA
.. . formerly Joy
Joyce Ann Hewett of Ash and Gary
Wayne Jordan of Supply were married
Sunday, June 23, at 3 p.m. at
Soldier Bay Baptist Church in Ash.
Rev. Charles Smith officiated the
double-ring ceremony. Carol Smith
of Ash was the director. Wedding
music was provided by Barbara
Jones of Ash.
The bride is the daughter of I>eona
Fearnside of Ash. The groom is the
son of Natalie Nicholas of Supply.
The bride chose a formal gown of
ivory satin and lace, with a scoop
neckline edged in lace, puffed sleeves
gathered with a deep ruffled edge of
lace. The full skirt was gathered at
the front, caught with rosettes of
lace, and formed a chapel-length
iagpatch Row. Calaba;
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ce Ann Hewett
train. A band attached the threetiered
fingertip veil of ivory illusion.
She carried a bouquet of miniature
pink and ivory roses, ivory daisies
Gail Register of Long Beach was
her matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Sharon Fearnside of Ash and
Tessa Jordan of Supply. Connie
Stri/tlrlnnrl r>t Vl.rxr.Ur ...or tu
Following the ceremony a reception
was given in the church recreation
hall, with Donita Taylor, Janice
White and Gina Strickland, all of
Ash, as hostesses.
The couple will reside in Ash.
Mrs. Jordan is a graduate of Waccamaw
High School, her husband a
graduate of Shallotte High School. .
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