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Terri-Lynn Sykes and Michael
Thomas Thrift, both of Shallotte,
were married Saturday, Oct. 5, at
Pine Valley United Methodist Church
in Wilmington. >
Dr. Billy F. Seate officiated the
double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Mary
Beaton, organist, provided wedding
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
John Robert Ford II of Shallotte and
Oscar Norwood Sykes of Greenville.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Grange Thrift of New Bern.
Escorted by her father, the bride
wore a formal white gown which
featured a Schiffli-cmbroidered high
collar, lace and pearl trimmed
bodice, and lace trimmed satin Juliet
George and Kmogeae licynoldii uI 71
received the November Yard ol llie M
(he Suroict Sands Garden Club In Sen
time residents, the couple made the ;
Hetty Itabon, IH-anii IK-nvcr, Knye
Cheers, Aleck Alexlon, Donald Varnain,
Koiwihl Vurnam, Jim Campbell,
Dnvld Kims, MarRaret Vnsco,
WiiUer Scott tiihlxs, Kenny .Smitli.
Sibyl Meljimb, Udell Willinmson.
Friday, Nov. 22
Timothy Kye, Susan Smith, I .like
Fullord. Dcniina MllltRuii, Bernlc
TurrIc; Mr. and Mrs Tommy
lllekman, Mr and Mrs Phillip
Saturday, Nov. 2.1
Justin Ford Simpson, l.lndsoy
Mario Simpson, Tom Tucker, Keith
Ixihr, Cioo lire l<ewts, Anita Fvans,
Ralph Frailer. Carey Bobbins; Mr.
and Mrs Kouben Knopf, Mr anil
Mrs llowanl Maree
Sunday, Nov. 24
Deborah Ward. Valerie It Taylor,
Terry Dorn, 1 on Hirers, Jennifer
Hamilton. Thomas S. Kims, Paul
Wayne Reaves, Ruth lliuiRerbuhler,
Frances Brown; Mr and Mrs Odell
Monday, Nov. 24
l.oulsa l.ewls, llrcR Whaley,
Michelle llarRLs, Duuine tlolden.
tircRR Hewett, Naomi llrwett. Hobby
Kuss, Jeff Stanley, Boots Hewett;
Mr and Mrs Ross Bennett
Tuesday. Nov. 26
Norman Home. Carrie Drew
Fuleher, Salbe Ketts Knox. Bill
Greer. June Camptieil, Harry 1*1X011,
UmUH-rii Smith. Armand Vasco.
Kicky Jones. IVIane Stanley; Mr
ami Mrs Gerald I. ionx. Mr ami
Mrs BtUy Cheers
Wednesday. Noi. r
Robert Kye. Ruby II Mewett,
Teresa Morton, l.uke Kultord,
K.ldmlxe Stanley, Virxtnla Cratx.
Trudy Kaiekas. Itonmr Galloway.
Tara Somerset!. Jimmy Mclamb.
Gary Heaves. Mr ami Mrs Carl
MciiatUard, Mr and Mrs IVivtd
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)N, Thursday, November 21, 1985
sleeves. The basque waist extended
into a full skirt with a satin flounce
that formed a chapel length train.
Her headpiece was a wreath of
white silk flowers. She carried a
cascading bouquet of silk red and
white sweetheart roses, stephanotis,
lily of the valley and trailing ivy.
Mrs. Joyce Lanier Konczynski of
Wilmington served as matron of
honor. She wore a tea-length gown of
red taffeta and carried a nosegay of
white carnations, red and white
asters and lily of the valley.
Rriripcmairia wptp Miss Anita
Dianne Sykes of Shallotte, Miss
Kristi I,elKh Thrift of New Bern and
Miss Pamela Cheryl Sanders of
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lolds Yard Earns Awa
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loath award from geraniums, chrysa
Trail. First part- greens of winter gr
permanent move small, well-groome
Garden Club H
Irene Glymph, past president of
the North Myrtle Beach Garden Club
Council, spoke to the Sunset Sands
Garden Club on Biblical flowers and
trees at lis Nov 14 nicotine said olnti
.spokesman Pat Brosius.
Club members agreed to decorate
the Seu Trail Office fur Holiday
House. The club will decorate the entire
office, with individual arrangements
Judged before the office
is opened for public viewing.
Members voter! to donate $25 to the
Little Miss Reir
Be Crowned Ir
The Feed Our Hungry Children
llout Parade will kick off fund raising
efforts with a Utile Miss Kelndeer
Pageant early In December.
Tcrrt I'anupp, parade founder, Saul
the tinH' am! place have not been
flnallied, but tluit the pageant will be
Uttlo Miss Reindeer contestants
must be between seven and 12 \ ears
A Utile Miss Fawn, a Ctrl between
tlirre and six years old. will also be
All contestants will compete In parts
dress and will be asked two surprise
questions on stajte
Tbere is a 16 registration fee tllrls
ami parents can sign up at Calabash
Marine and Sports Center in
Winners and runners-up will ride
on their own float In the Shallotte
Christmas parade as well as retgning
over the festivities in Calabash the
day of the boat parade. l>ee 14.
All proceeds from the event will be
ied In Wilm
Greenville. Their gowns were identical
to the honor attendant's. They
carried nosegays of red and white
asters and lily of the valley.
The groom's father served as his
best man. Ushers were James Alan
Lewis of Raleigh, George Stewart
Shaw of Wrightsville Beach and
Walter f'arlyle Wethprington Jr. of
Following the ceremony, the couple
gave a reception at the Scottish
Rite Temple in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. William Barefoot,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Staley, Miss
Tracy Sykes and Miss Elizabeth
Johnson assisted in serving. Miss
Karen Anderson attended the guest
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Sunset Reach two years ago. Red
nthcmums In fall colors and the
ass and ground rovers make their
d yard colorful for mid-November.
Caribbean country of Belize for seeds
and working tools in a cooperative
venture with the Natloiud Garden
Clubs organization und CAKE.
Kmogcne Reynolds gave a brief
talk 011 the cardinal, North Carolina's
stale bird, and members answered
the roll by giving the name of a bird.
Mary Wliite was welcomed as a
new club member.
The meeting was held at the home
of Murgaret Ryan. Doris Minor acted
used to buy food for needy families in
llroncuict un,l Uam. ? -?
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the holiday season.
Memories ore >
The Brunswick Studio
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register. Music was provided by
RPM of Wilmington.
The parents of the groom hosted a
rehearsal dinner on Friday night at
the Terrace Inn in Wilmington. Also,
Mrs. Grace Maynard entertained the
couple and their families at a dinner
party ui her heme on Thursday, Oct.
Following a honeymoon in the
mountains, the couple is residing in
Shallotte, where the groom is a partner
in Ford Enterprises. He also
works as a drummer with the Bill
The bride is employed by Reeds
Management Services Inc. in Wilmington.
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Guy and Mary Myers of Shallotte
have announced the birth of a granddaughter,
Amber Leigh Martin.
She was born in Wilmington on
Nov. 17 and weighed six pounds, 1V4
Tho parents are .lames Russell and
Cindy Martin of Wilmington.
Have A Boy
Cary and Bertha Ertzberger of
Gastonia arc the parents of a eight
pound, two and a half ounce boy,
Kyle Andrew, born Oct. 21 in Gaston
Memorial Hospital in Gastonia
Kyle joias a brother, Jason, 1V4.
Maternal grandparents arc Ralph
and Betty Hunnicutt of Supply.
Paternal grandparents are Henry
and Edith Ertzberger of Gastonia.
To Meet Nov. 26
The Brunswick County Unit of the
North Carolina Retired School Personnel
Association will meet on Tuesday,
Nov. 26, at 10 a.m. at the
Brunswick County Library in
Gclene Russ, chairman of comnurfininufinn
.imiuv; poi uvipauuii, to in \.iuiif?i; ui
the program. All members are asked
to attend, according to a news
Is A Boy
Gene and Pamela Cox of
Hickman's Crossroads have announced
the birth of their third child,
a son, Jared Matthew.
He was born Monday, Nov. 11, at
11:55 a.m. at Cape Fear Memorial
llosapital in Wilmington. Jared
weighed seven pounds and was 19 inches
In length at birth. He joins a
sister, Ashley, 5, and a brother,
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. O.D. Wells of Hickman's
Crossroads. Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs Walter Cox of Ash
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