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Births Are Announced
Jerry and Dcbby Endsley of Dal
las, Texas, have announced the birth
of a daughter, Alexandra Kathrine,
at 2:27 p.m. Jan. 8 at the Grapevine
She weighed 7 pounds, 9 3/4
ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long.
Alexandra joins a sister. Gabn
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
HJ. Worlock of Shallottc and Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Endsley of Tyler,
Joyce Whitehead and Marcus
Hankins of Souihport have announ
ccd the birth of a son, Marcus Lyn
don Hankins, at 10 a.m. Jan. 26 at
The Brunswick Hospital.
He weighed 6 pounds, 11.5
ounces and was 19.5 inches long.
Grandparents arc Eva and Will
iam Holmes, Mary Wigfall and Nor
man Hankins. Georgia Cowan is
William and Jennifer Jorgensen
of Ash have announced the birth of
a son, Brandon William, at 3:20
p.m. Jan. 30 at The Brunswick
He weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces
and was 21 inches long. He joins a
sister, Brittany Caailinc.
Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs.
David L. Fulford of Ash and Mr. and
Mrs Fcircll E. Miller of Whitcvillc.
Great-grandparents arc Edie In
man of Ash and Isaiah Fulford of
J.B. and Pauline H. Ward are celebrating their 50th wedding an
niversary. The Ijjngwood residents were married Feb. 13, 1943, in
Conway, S.C. They have five children and seven grandchildren.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, February 4
Pauline Tripp, Jonathan Wayne
Naylor, David Watkins, Betford
Slanaland, Doris Goodrow, Kip
Young, David Kanoy III, Willie
Curtis Fulford Sr., L.D. Benton, Jim
Baham, Pauline R. Tripp; Mr. and
Mrs. Clctis Clemmons.
Friday, February 5
Sue Sellers, Ervie Todd, Wabren
Walton, Rev. Morris Lancaster,
Webb Cox. Jay Dosher, Ben Wils
on, Flora R. Johnson, Janic King,
Felicia Stanley, Rebecca Hewett,
Saturday, February 6
John .Smith, Katherine Skipper,
Emily Ratterree, Don Eggert, Diana
Causey, Dianne Richardson, Mandi
Page, Perry Lee Johnson, Chris
Campbell, Gary Ross Galloway,
Danny Slanaland, Lillian Ann
Stanley, Nellie Phelps, David Daw
son; Jack & Rosie Scarborough.
Sunday, February 7
Eva Corbett, Michelle Lewis,
Betty Harrelson, Joel Fuller, Leah
Hewett, Daniel Richardson, Marvin
Johnson, Joshua Stanley, Tanya
Long, Ken Ferguson Jr., Andy An
derson, Eva Coroeti; Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Allemorc, Mr. and Mrs.
John Hampton, Lois and Drew Grif
fin, Ricky and Linda Parker.
Monday, February 8
Ray Koeing, Alton Milliken,
Tasha Sellers, Donna Cntzer, Wynn
Beck, Glenn Beck, Tony Yenncy,
Elizabeth Allison, Jay Kocnig, Andy
Brown, Rebecca Palmer Milligan,
Terry Barbee, Charles Fox 111, Glyn
na Redwine, Cathy Milligan, Kenny
Inman, Emma Lea Caison, Sandy
Bland, Michael Rogers, Beulah
Bennett, Michael Winfrce; Mr. and
Mrs. Wray King, John and Pal
Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bel
lamy, Thomas and Bertha Hewcu.
Tuesday, February 9
Michael Ray Leonard, Jr., Elbert
Kirby, Ruth Sanders, Eric Kirby,
Jennings Faircloih, Mary McQueen,
Ramona Home, Marshall Henry,
Danny Hosteller, Lou Smith, Glcnda
Dennis, Tanya Wooten, Davcy Sian
ley, Janice Gore, Patricia Fenton;
Mr. and Mrs. John Tandy.
Wednesday, February 10
Connie Ele, Mack Morris, Cathy
Waikins, Joey Lancaster, C.R. Jones
Jr., Patsy Hickman, Norma Chassin,
Gerald Brown, Joseph Lancaster,
Terry Reed, Alex White, Virginia
Dctrie, Raymond Kramer, J.R. Will
iams, Danny Holden, Wayne Joum
VFD To Serve BBQ
Winnabow Volunteer Fire De
partment will serve pork barbecue
dinners Saturday, Feb. 6, from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the fire station on
Governor's Road off U.S. 17 in
Plates will consist of chopped
pork barbecue, potato salad, cole
slaw and hush puppies. Cost is S3
per plate, or $4.50 for a "super
plate," said spokesman Ralph E.
Last Call For Trips
Brunswick County Parks and
Recreation Department is taking
reservations for two upcoming trips
for senior citizens.
The first is a March 24 day trip to
Charlotte to see Singers in the Band,
a musical luncheon program. The
S30 fee is due Feb. 18.
The sccond is an overnight trip
March 10 and 11 to the North
Carolina Zoo in Ashcboro, a Barn
Dinner Theatre show and visits to
Greensboro area attractions. The fee
is S75, with several meals not in
Contact Kelly Fields at 253-4375
for more information or to sign up.
New craft shop opening
on Holden Beach Cause
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Valentine greeting cards for daughter and
husband^ son and wife, grandchildren
and other family members
Cheney's will be open Sunday. Valentine's Day, Feb. 14th 12-5:00
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MRS. GUNS LEVERN FLOYD JR.
...Fay Carol Ann Hayes
Held At Leland Church
Fay Carol Ann Hayes ant^Olins
Lcvcrn Floyd Jr., both of Lcland,
were married in a 2 p.m. ceremony
Jan. 30 at Lcland Baptist Church.
The Rev. Billy Buchanan officiated
the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Lee Hayes Sr. of
Leland. The groom is the son of
Joyce Faulk of Wilmington.
The bride, given in marriage by
her parents, wore a gown featuring a
chapel-length train, cut-out V-back,
illusion net above a sweetheart
neckline, tapered sleeves and a full
skirt hemmed in lace. Her veil was
of white tulle hemmed double
length in back. She carried a lace
covered Bible accented with an or
chid with ivy and ribbon streamers.
Matron of honor was Kelly Wolfe
of Castle Haync, the bride's sister.
She wore a tea-length satin dress of
peacock color with lace bodice and
V-back with bow.
Bridesmaids were Opal Hayes of
Holdcn Beach, sister-in-law of the
bride; Shannon V. Crain Shaw of
Lcland, cousin of the bride; and
Linda C. Williamson of Lcland.
They wore gowns identical to that of
the matron of honor.
Flower girl was Kerrie L. Hayes,
the bride's niece.
Roland E. Clark III of Long Beach
was best man. Ushers were Joseph
N. McDuffy Jr. of Wilmington, the
bride's cousin; Frank J. Wolfe of
Castle Haync, the bride's brother-in
law; and Jesse L. Hayes Jr. of
Holdcn Beach, the bride's brother.
A reception in the church fellow
ship hall followed the wedding.
The bride is a graduate of North
Brunswick High School and Cape
Fear Community College. She is an
office assistant at Rose's on
Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington.
The groom is also a graduate of
North Brunswick High School. He
is a grade foreman for Landmark
Alberghetti To Perform
Singer and Tony Award-winning
actress Anna Maria Alberghetti will
perform Saturday, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m.
in the Bowers Cultural Arts Center
at Whitcville High School.
Alberghetti won a Tony for best
actress in a musical for her perfor
mance of Lily in the Broadway clas
sic Carnival. She has recently re
turned to the professional world af
ter a hiatus of more than 20 years.
Her concert in Whitcville is part
of Southeastern Community
College's Performing Arts Scries.
Tickets are S12 at the door and S10
if purchased from the college (919
642-7141) by Feb. 5.
Several individuals were not iden
tified correctly in The Brunswick
Beacon's Jan. 28 announcement of
Guy and Irene Fuller's 50th wed
The photo caption should have in
cluded Terry and Wanda Fuller
among their children; and Carly
Fuller a-uong the couple's grand
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MRS. WILLIAM CURTIS VANN
...Ixtrrie L. Williams
Is Held At Risen Christ
William Curtis Vann of Wilming
ton and Lorric L. Williams of
Shallottc were united in marriage
Jan. 30 at the Risen Christ Lutheran
Church of North Myrtle Beach.
The bride is the daughter of R.
Earl Williams of Wnrriington and
June S. Cox of Shallotte.
Parents of the groom are Jewel
Ramsey and the late Ray Vann, also
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was given at The Reef condo
minium resort of Myrtle Beach. After
Applications arc now being ac
cepted for the 1993 Little Miss
Brunswick County Pageant to be
held May 1.
Event chairman Cindy Champion
said the pageant is open to girls ages
6 through 9 who reside in Bruns
Competition will be in three cate
gories: private interview, talent and
Entry is S65. Application forms
arc available from CK unpion at 754
8043 and must be r mcd no later
than March 10.
The pageant is an adjunct of
Scholarship Pageants of North Caro
lina Inc., a non-profit civic organiza
Happy 3rd Birthday
Love. Mama & Daddy
a brief honeymoon, the couplc will
make ihcir home in Wilmington.
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THURSDAY, Feb. 4
THURSDAY, Feb. 11
Roasted Pork Loin
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FRIDAY, Feb. 12 & 26
THURSDAY, Feb. 18
United States Buffet
SATURDAY, Feb. 20
16 oz. T-Bone Steak
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