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Local Ceramics Instructor
Claims Top Prize; Seven
Students Win Awards Also
A local ccramics instructor Ux>k
the top pn/c and seven of her stu
dents earned other awards at the
South Carolina Ceramic Association
annual show held Maivh 20-21 at
MyrtJe Beach Convention Center in
Myrtle Beach. S.C.
For the second consecutive year.
Rose Hadnoi of Holden Beach re
ceived the Peggy Award, the highest
award given for professional creativ
ity and work in ceramics. Her entry
was a 12-inch glazed pillar vase
with a Mack stain design.
In the child's category, Jennifer
Sexton, 13, of Supply won the tro
phy for the best in the age 13-17
competition for a Christmas scene in
Six other students placed in the
hobbyist category, with five earning
best in category.
Carolyn Sexton of Supply won
best in category and blue ribbon for
a Christmas carolers scene in stains.
Lee Sexton of Supply won best in
category and blue ribbon for a
southwestern pillar vase in glazes.
Janet Nichols of Supply won best in
category and blue ribbon for a dry
John Innian of Shallottc Point
best in category lor a fisherman, a
stained picce. and also best in cate
gory for a dry brushed wood duck.
Wendy Raleigh of Supply won
best in category and a blue ribbon
for a pair of clowns in black and
white stains and a blue ribbon for a
cockatoo done in stains.
Gena Gore of Shallotte won sec
ond place for a dry brushed owl.
Categories in the competition in
clude professional, advanced hobby
ists, hobbyists, child, senior and
"They're really good. They were
surprised at how good they arc,"
said Hadnot. "This has been really
good for them. They're already
working getting ready for next
Wedding April 10
Rita Beckham of Wilmington and
Willis H. Gregory of Angier will be
married at 2 p.m. April 10 at Scotts
Hill Baptist Church off Scotts Hill
A reception will follow the cere
mony. All friends and family are in
vited to attend.
Sheila and Robert Cheers of
Shallotlc have announced ihc birih
of a daughter, Kathren Larrene
Bom ai 11:45 a.m. March 19 at
. The Brunswick Hospital, she
weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces and
was 19 1/2 inches long.
She joins two siblings. Dale
Cheers of Supply and Tracy Mc
Kcilhan of Ash.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lee Cheers of Shallotte
Point. Lizzie Clemmons of Supply
is her great-grandmother.
James Ronald Cox and Sonya
Maria Gore of Supply arc the par
ents of a girl, Kayla Philia Gore,
born March 21 t 2:17 p.m at The
Kayla weighed 7 pounds, 5 3/4
ounces and was 20 inches long.
Her grandparents are Kenneth and
Vencsia Gore of Supply and James
and Mabel Cox, also of Supply.
Great-grandparents arc Rufus and
Blanchie Gore, Nina Grissctt and
Jerry Stevenson, all of Supply.
Keith and Michelle Furr of
Holdcn Beach have announced the
birth of a daughter, Devin Marie, at
3:07 a.m. March 25 at The Bruns
The baby weighed 7 pounds and
was 20 inches long.
Grandparents are Tony and
Brcnda Hare of Holdcn Beach, Jean
Johnson of New Bern, Jim Furr of
Ash and Darlcnc Furr of Ash.
Grcal-grandparents are Dewey
Belton of Holden Beach and Del
Hart of Wilmington.
Ryan and Shcryl Marsh of
Shallotte have announced the birth
of a son, Elliott Christopher Marsh.
Bom March 23 at 8 p.m. at The
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pounds. 13 ounces, and was 22 inch
He joins a brother, Alex Marsh.
Grandparents are Jack and Becky
Owen of Shallottc, Larry and Doris
Marsh of Raleigh and Brenda
Newman of Greensboro.
Mile and Elisc Prevatt of Supply
are the parents of a boy, Michael
Raymond Prevatt II, born March 25
at 3:24 p.m. at The Brunswick Hos
He weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces
and was 20 3/4 inches in length.
He has a sister, Rachcle Prevatt.
Grandparents arc Annette and
Newman Ruff of Shallottc, and
Sharon Ingle and Glen Brisson, both
of Fayettevillc. Great-grandparents
arc Dorothy and Charles Beaumont
of Greensboro and Beatrice Hump
hries of Falcon.
Two Advance In
Two students at Shallottc Middle
School are winners of the first Opt
imist International Oratorical Con
test sponsored by the Optimist Club
of the South Brunswick Islands
Heather Heavener and Sean Pruitt
will advance to zone competition
April 21 in Whiteviiie. Winners of
that event will compcte at the dis
trict level for SI,500 scholarships.
The two both spoke on the subject "I
Can Make A Difference."
Second-place and runner-up med
allions were presented to Jenny Lee
Trest and Ashley Nicholc Hardy in
the girls' division and Charlie Ray
in the boys' division. All three are
students at Shallotte Middle School.
Each year more than SI50,000 in
scholarship prize money is awarded
annually to oratorical contest win
ners by the Optimist International
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Saturday, April 3
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Dirk Stanley, Lashonda Hill, Joe
Piver, David Stanaland, Frank Lcn
non, Tcrric Sellers, Tommy Rogers;
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Norman, Keith
and Frances Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
Boots Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Hcr
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Jessica Long, Eddie Swain, Char
lcnc Stewart, Jessie Allen, Ken
Newton Jr., Josephine Collins, Bob
bie Ward, Del Smith, Chris Ellis,
Thaddcus Evans, Hilda Inman,
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Wednesday, April 7
Matthew Edwards, David Ben
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Alan Powell, Aggie Johnson: Mr
and Mrs. Floyd L. Hewctt, Mr. and
Mrs. Sammic Leonard. Mike and
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Angela Rcncc Simmons bccamc
the bride of Daniel Scott Street in a
4 p.m. ceremony March 20 at
Calvary Baptist Church of Shallottc.
The Rev. John Landers performed
the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Jerry
and Elizabeth Simmons of Ash. The
groom is the son of Billy and Helen
Street of Shallottc.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a gown of white
bndal sal in featuring a lilted Basque
bodice embellished with hand bead
ing on Schiffli lace with a Sabrina
neckline and long tapered French
poul sleeves. The bouffant skirt
flowed into a full cathedral train en
hanced with Schilfli lace appliques.
She wore a tiara headpiece accented
with sequins, pearls and Austrian
crystals with attached fingertip veil.
Her attendants were matron of
honor F.llie Baker and bridesmaids
Melissa Jones and Rhonda Nye,
both of Old Dock.
Serving as his son's best man was
Billy Street. Ushers included David
Morse of Ash, Ricky Williams of
Ash, Jeff Williamson of Shallottc,
and Todd Street of Charlotte, cousin
of the groom.
Simmons-Street Vows Spoken
In An Evening Ceremony
At Calvary Baptist Church
After the ccrcmony, a reception
was held in the church fellowship
hall. After a wedding trip to the
Poconos, the coupic will live at
The bride attended East Carolina
University. She is a social worker
employed by Comprehensive Home
The groom is a graduate of Pem
broke State University. He is em
ployed by Sunshine Builders.
PRE-WEDDING PA R TIES
On Feb 18, a bridal shower was
hosted by Liz Simmons, Sandry
Whalcy, Mae Simmons and Vada
Hcwett at Waccamaw Community
A wedding shower was held for
the couple on Feb. 20 at Calvary
Baptist Church hosted by Kay
Coleman, Betty Ward. Janice Gore
and Glcnda Stanaland
A kitchen and pantry shower was
given Feb 27 at the home of Betty
Richardson, also hosted by Melissa
Ray, Angie Kay, Sheila Faulk and
A pig-picking was held in the
couple's honor at the home of Billy
and Helen Street after the wedding
rehearsal on March 19.
Sea Notes Concert To Feature Show Tunes
The Sea Notes Choral Society of
Southport will present a concert on
Friday, April 2, at 8 p.m. at the
Community Building on Moore
Street in Southport.
The program, "A Broadway Re
vue," is directed by Cindy Sellers.
Featured show tunes include "Me
mory," "Once in Love with Amy." a
"Fiddler on the Hoof' medley and
other well-known music performed
by the chorus.
Members of the Sea Notes will
present spccial performances, such
as "I'm a Girl Who Can't Say No,"
"Summertime," and other favorites.
The concert is open to the public.
No tickets will be sold, but dona
tions will be "cheerfully accepted,"
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learning more about nutrition and in
getting their weight under control.
The classes will meet at the
Brunswick County Extension Ser
vice office at 1:30 p.m. each week.
A registration Ice of S5 and week
ly fee of SI will be charged to cover
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