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The spirit of voluntecrlxm and
charily is ever present ainoiiK the
inemiM'rs of the Guys and Dolls KxteiLsion
llomemakers Couples Cluh in
Tluit spirit was revealed al the
group's annual picnic held al tlie
county Agricultural Extension Service
office in liolivia Auk 27
President John I .owls announced
durtuK a short hiLslness session tluit
tlie clubs' Dustier Memorial Hospital
and blnodi untitle volunteers luid Iokk
ed some U7 liours us of the meetinK
in addition, larwis read a letter
from the lirunswick County
Volunteer and Information Center
thankiiiK cluh members (or food
donations to the itnmsulck County
Hume Mission Center
Other Items ??f business iliseuxsed
Downtown Shallotto wi?
of ladies Shoes
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V2 Price >a<k
VoUivt up to 130
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[j-'Jusf in time for Fall
E*! Hanging Baskets
R' Tropical Plants
fl All Fern Baskets
Efo,< Bird Baths <
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?N, Thursday, September 12, 1985
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nle Marie Causey
included u program of workshops to
l>e held during September; a report
on decorations for the club's achievement
awards dinner to be held in October;
and a commendation for
member Edith lloy for the 199 book
rc|Mirts she turned in for the 1984-fli
Original plans to hold the picnic at
the waterfront park in Southport
were changed due to bad weather.
Club members present included
Theima and lilll Dunn, Edith and
llarold Hoy, Alda and John 1-ewls,
Alice and Hush Pcrkls, and Jean and
llie (iuys and Dolls Extension
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nil couple.-; residing in H runs wick
County Addilioiutl Information nuiy
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Agricultural Extension Service office
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Connie Marie Causey and Gregory
Hare Bennett were married Saturday,
Aug. 24. at 6 p.m. in Pleasant
Plain Baptist Church at Brooksville.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Deborah H. Causey of Hickman's
Crossroads. The groom is the son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bennett of North
Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Rev. Mack Hudson officiated the
double-ring ceremony. A program ol
wedding music was provided by
organist Angela Todd of I>oris, S.C.,
cousin of the bride, and soloist Stacey
Batten of North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Given in marriage and escorted by
her grandfather, Fred. H. Hardee ol
Hickman's Crossroads, the bride
Thursday, Sept. 12
Angela Soles, Teena Jones, Wilber
Ration, John Gore, Henry Ixiuis Mcncker,
Marilee Marshall, MatthewGore,
Butch Redwine. Jessica Tharo
I/iretta Hewett, Jane Kirby.
Friday, Sept. 13
Catherine Kirnbro, Kim Skipper,
Ann H. Bellamy, David Fazekas, l/eo
Cole, fclizabcth Gore, Tonja R.
Caison; Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Saturday, Sept. 14
Craig Benton, Natalie Jo Carr,
Marcia Kirby, Ruby Cheers, Phil
Milliken, Paul Stout, Olive King,
Sunday, Sept. 15
I .aura 1-eigh Skinner, Judy Hooper,
Cheryl Hughes, ltotha Cheers; Mr.
and Mrs Johnnie Nance, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Bellamy, Mr. and Mrs.
, Jimmy Elliott, Mr and Mrs. David
Grissetl, Ken and Yvonne Ferguson.
Monday, Sept. 16
Jeffrey Ryan Carlyle, Katie H.
V'arnam, Ann Caison, Robert l.ancaster,
Sandra D. Thomas. June
Tuesday, Sept. 17
Ashley Hobson, John Williams.
Clyde Watts, Shannon Carter, Dan
Norman, Hercules Stunley, Dwight
McCall, Randy Hewett.
Wednesday, Sept. 18
Mary Flowers, Mary Dawson,
William Delrie. Karen Plttman.
Klleon Greenwood, Hubert \V Unburns.
Kumiie and Kayc (Jalloway,
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin llulden, lirenda
and Hick Moore, Clarence and
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Dlepensoe Crushed Ice or
Cubee Throo|h the Door
wore a formal gown of white organza
and Chantilly lace. The fitted bodice
was fashioned with a sweetheart
neckline and was hnrderad hv miff )
elbow-length sieves. Chantilly lace
and seed pearls trimmed the bodice,
t neckline and sleeves and the bride's
hat. From a dropped waistline, the
i bouffant skirt cascaded into a demicathedral
train. Chantilly lace aci
cented the triple tiers of the skirt and
train and matching lace appliques
highlighted the train.
She carried a cascading bouquet of
white roses and daisies accented with
tinted spoon chrysanthemums.
Deloris (Sissy) Singleton of
Socastec, S.C., served as her sister's
: matron of honor. Eita Kay Causey of
ji^lP - Club
For Its first "yard of the month" this
Sands Garden Club at Sea Trail eho
Arend and Fay Beekhuls at 402 Great t
Beekhuiscs are shown above (at right)
Chinook, and Yard of the Month Chaii
I'hillip and Cynthia 1 .ong of Supply
have announced the birth of a son,
Joshua Cain, at Cape Fear Memorial
Hospital in Wilmington on Friday,
Sept. 6. at 1:03 p.m.
Joshua weighed eight pounds. 15
His paternal grandparents are
Marvin and Marie I .ong of Shallottc.
The maternal grandparents are B W
anil l-ula Mae Phelps of Supply.
Happy .'17th AnnixTsary
John and l.omir!
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Hickman's Crossroads, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Dale Swink and
Kelly Frink of Calabash, Mrs. Sharon
Barnes and Evon Causey of
Shallotte, all friends of the bride, and
Nancy Bennett of North Myrtle
Beach, S.C., sister of the grooin. ,
Crystal Duncan of Calabash was
flower girl and Justin Perry of
Socastee, S.C., served as ring bearer.
The groom chose his father, Bill
Bennett, as his best man. Ushers
were Leif Bennett of North Myrtle
Beach, S.C., brother of the groom;
Richard Causey of Hickman's
Crossroads, brother of the bride;
Stacey Batten and Cameron Batten
III of North Myrtle Beach, S.C.,
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cousins of groom; Steve Milligan of
Ash and Keith Gurganus of Calabash.
Following the ceremony the bride's
mother cave a receotion in the
church fellowship hall. Assisting
were Mrs. William E. Todd, Mrs.
Cameron Batten Jr., Mrs. Cicei
Singleton and Mrs. Betty Gailey.
Following a wedding trip to
Dillard, Ga., the couple will make
their home at Ixrngs, S.C.
The bride is a graduate of West
Brunswick High School and attended
Brunswick Technical College. The
groom is a graduate of North Myrtle
Beach High School. Both are
employees of Rent A Tool Inc. at
North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
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