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To Wed May 1
John W. and Joan Beck Reaves
of llolden Beach have an
nounced the engagement of
their daughter, Ashley Regina,
to Ixirry Dale DeStefano Jr.,
son of iMrry Dale and Ixmra
Haley DeStefano, also of Hol
den Beach. The wedding will
be Saturday, May I, at 4 p.m.
at !jetties Grove Church, Shal
lo tie. A reception will follow in
the church fellowship hall.
Friends and relatives of the
couple are invited.
Car Wash Planned
West Brunswick High School's
junior class is already thinking about
its senior year and plans for a senior
class trip to the Bahamas.
To help raise money for the trip,
the juniors will sponsor a car wash
Saturday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Advance Auto Pans store
on Main Street in Shallotte. The cost
is S3 per vehicle.
"They haven't had a senior class
trip in about four years and we want
one real bad," said junior class pres
ident Dan Martin.
Martin said the class is planning a
four-day trip to the Bahamas next
year during spring break or alter
Slate Yard Sale
Boiling Spring Lakes Democrats
will hold a yard sale ai Brunswick
County Democratic Party Headquar
ters from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday
in advance of the party's county
Proceeds will go to the precinct to
meet its financial obligations, said
The party's headquarters is located
on U.S. 17 Business north of Supply.
Happy 2nd Birthday
U/e love yoi>-Mom & GeeGee
April 13. 1993
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To Wed June 5
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy C. Regis
ter of Shallotle have announ
ced the engagement of their
daughter, Christina Michelle,
to J. Delane Chappell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William I- Chap
pell of Ash. A June 5 wedding
is planned at Camp United
Methodist Church in Shallotte.
In the account of the Yount-Bland
wedding in the April 8 issue of the
Bcacon, a line was inadvertently
Groomsmen in the wedding in
cluded Robin Dale of Shallotte:
Chris Bland, brother of the groom,
of Shallotte; Teddy Reed, cousin of
the bride, of Raleigh; Ryan Yount,
brother of the bride, of Bolivia;
Whitney King of Ash; and Stephen
Russ, cousin of the groom, of Shal
We regret the omission.
Is Approved For
The Brunswick County Literacy
Council has received approval of its
VISTA renewal application from the
federal domestic volunteer agency
Three Volunteers in Service to
America will again support the liter
acy council's efforts to provide free,
private assistance to Brunswick
County residents who want to im
prove their basic reading and writing
As outreach personnel, the V1S
TAs will serve full time for one year
beginning in June and will receive
mileage reimbursement in addition
to a monthly living allowance and
other benefits provided by AC
There arc no age or income re
strictions on these positions, and ad
ditional information is available by
A reunion of the Troy Hewett
family will be held May 16 at 1 p.m.
in the fellowship hall of Ocean View
Baptist Church on N.C. 179 near
Troy Hewett was a desccdant of
Henry and Rachel Hewett. All rela
tives are encouraged to attend, bring
a covered dish and fellowship to
gether, said spokesman Brcnda
For more information contact her
at 287-6646 after 5 p.m.
Second Annual Yard Sale
Set By Hospice For May 8
Lower Cape Fear Hospice has addition to the baked goods, hot
scheduled its second Brunswick dogs and drinks will be sold.
County ofl'icc yard sale for Saturday, Drawings will be held for two
May 8. alghans hand-made by Alicc Dar
Thc sale will take place from 8 iano of Bricklanding.
a.m. until 3 p.m. at Camp Methodist Yard sale items should be brought
Church in Shallotte. to the Hospice office by April 30 so
Donations of cash, furniture, cloth- that they may be priced and sorted,
mg b<K)ks and other yard sale items Bilked goods must be in the Hospice
are being sought. Those interested in office by May 7.
donating should call Laney Blanton Hospice will arrange to pick up
at the Lower Cape Fear Hospice of- large donations or contributions
ficc of Brunswick County, 754-5356 from those who do not have a means
or l-8(X)-735-62()5. to deliver them.
Last year's yard sale raised about All donated items will be tax-dc
S4.000 to help indigent Hospice ductiblc. and Hospice will provide
clients in Brunswick County. The statements for taxes upon request,
money came from the yard sale as For more information, call the
well as the sale of baked goods. In numbers above.
Lives Interlock Like Giant
Puzzle Pieces In 'Jigsaws'
The Brunswick Litllc Theatre will they don't, and al its worst when a
present Jennifer Rogers' adult come- piece is missing."
dy Jigsaws Friday and Saturday, Sherrill Jolly, an English and dra
April 23-24, at 8 p.m. at Centennial ma instructor at West Brunswick
Center. 8lh and Lord Streets, South- High School, portrays one of the
port. five women featured.
In Jigsaws, three generations of Tickets are S8 each and S15 per
women see their lives interlocking couple, and include champagne and
as in a giant jigsaw puzzle, a news dessert. For information and rcscr
relcasc indicated. "(It's) wonderful vauons, contact Bob Hrdlicka at 1
when the pieces fit, infuriating when 919-278-4212.
Thursday, April 15
Timbcrlcy Adams, Teddy Hick
man, Clyde Stanley, Bccki Frink,
Tammy Stanley, Joan Owens, Con
nie Schutte, Leslie Inman, Sheila
Stanley, Will Bradsher, Pierrette
Thompkins, Sue Watkins, Lyn M.
Wilson; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O'Neal,
Mike and Pamela Nash.
Friday, April 16
Darrelyn Bellamy, Lillie Jane
Randolph, Gerroldo Carlos, Ed
Tharp, Shirley Callahan, Jamie
Hansel), Jonathan Burcham, Chris
tine Marie Pahl, Shirley Frj/.ier,
Dedie Otto, Stan Skinner, Curus
Todd; Allan and Elizabeth Dam
cron, Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Benton,
Donald Wayne and Wendy Sue Day.
Saturday, April 17
Mary Nccly, Maine Lane Hcwett,
Calvin Bryant, Julie B. Willetts,
Lonnic Sprinkle, Judy Holden,
Daisy Russ Thompkins, Martha
Hcwcu, Sally Skipper. Julie Batson,
Debra McCall, Sue Barefoot, Kath
leen Batson, Gem Cox; Dr. and
Mrs. Irvin Cavedo, Billy and Emma
Sunday, April 18
Dalphus Bryant I, Con Weaver,
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Phil Norris, Heath Inman, Lesley
Holden, Wanda Phelps, Tim Phelps,
Suzanne Jones; James & Anime
Slcwart, Tom and Ann Dennie, Eric
and Deborah Travclstcad.
Monday, April 19
Mike Wilkerson, Johnny Graing
er, Bob Meek, Brandon Chestnut,
Ned Gupton, Nancy Callender, Rita
Slanaland, Tina Tucker, Dr. and
Mrs. James Mulholland, John and
Peggy Truesdale, Doug and Mary
Tuesday, April 20
Alcne Johnson, Anthony E. Ben
ton, Kimberly Holmes, Larry Dc
Slclano Sr., Lee Alsbrook, O'Brian
Robinson, Mark Wilson, Denice
Kirby, Samuel "Buddy" Collins,
Tony Benton, Janice Evans; Mr. and
Mrs. Ril'ton Evans, Jackson and
Wednesday, April 21
Larry Ganus Jr., Mary Tharp,
Peggy Russ, Lyn Fullord, Steve
Stroupc, Angie Phelps, Katie Kirby,
Natalie Gause, Eileen Nawara,
Adam Stout, Randy Norton, Madic
Roach, Tcddi Perkins, Yvonne
Gore, Josephine Pigott, Mary
Owens; Mr. and Mrs. Ellon Hcwett.
Happy 5? Birthday
We love you.
Mom. Dad & Meghan
Wins Easter Baskets
Ellen Oellerich (top left), president of Calabash VFW Post No.
72SS iMdies Auxiliary, poses with winners in the Easter egg hunt
held Saturday at the post. Blue Tilley, 13, (top right) won $5; and
(bottom, from left) Joseph Iiarile Jr., 4, Jennifer Johnson, 5, and
Christina Harney, 7, each won an Easter basket after finding the
most plastic eggs in their age group. While searching for eggs,
Christina also found a $20 bill in the bushes that wasn't one of the
I'm 33...Not 43!
Don't make me ill!
(If you wish upon a star, it makes
no difference how old you are)
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