North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
MRS. BENJAMIN BR ITT
Hughes, Britt Vows Spoken
In Sugar/and Chapel Service
Amy Hughes and Benjamin Brill, She carried a bouquet of silk
both of Ash, were married Saturday, pcach roses, teal lilies and ivy with
April 17, in a 12:30 p.m. ceremony strands of pearls.
at Sugarland Chapel in Gatlinburg, The groom's father was his best
Dr. Benny Wallis officiated the Kimberly Britt, the groom's
double ring ceremony. niece, served as flower girl, and
The bride is the daughter of Cur- Matthew Britt, the groom's nephew,
tis and Vcronia Hughes of Ash. The served as ring bearer.
groom is the son of Julian and Ruth Following a honeymoon in Gat
Briu of Supply. linburg, Tenn., the newlyweds will
Given in marriage by her father, live at Ash.
the bride wore an ivory dress of Both the bride and groom are
satin with an Alencon lace overlay, graduates of West Brunswick High
bateau neckline, long lace sleeves, a School in Shallotte. She is employed
high-low hemline, draped back as a waitress at Sandfiddler Restau
bodicc and short chapel train. Her rant in Shallotte and he is employed
shoulder-length veil featured satin at Carolina Power & Light Co. in
bows and strands of pearls. South port.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, May 13 Bums, Roger Dale and Robin Jones.
Amanda Kay Robinson, Sylvia Monday, May 17
Gairell, Ervie Frink, LeGrande Red- Norma Jean Powell, Jay "Gee"
wine. Dr. Irvin Cavedo, Jerome Simmons, Ruth Hewett, Joshua Lee
Munna. Carson, Pius Gibble.
Friday, May 14 Tuesday, May 18
Belinda Paige, Ryan Irving, Jamie Phoebe Clemmons, Jean Leggett,
Hobbs, Katelyn Humbert; Larry and Gay Moore, Martin Callendar, Paula
Lynn Clemmons. Hernandez, Johnnie Ray Mobley Jr.,
Saturday, May 15 Terry Jackson Klutz, Paige Victoria
Brandy Rising, Bill Salmon, Jim Prince, Jamie Howaith, Trey
Simpson, Christopher Schwab, Stev- Milligan, Larry Harrelson, Allysun
en Dale Burris, H.D. Parrish Jr., Singletary, Buddy Milliken, Jean
Brandy Rising. Leggett, Karen S. Wilson; Marie &
Sunday, May 16 Archie Caison.
Marie Holdcn, Rommie Bellamy, Wednesday, May 19
Jack Scarborough, Conrad Pigou, Erick Trott, Jonathan Kepley, Dot
Robert Sellers, Kristen Lynn White, Hadley, Emily Gore, Melissa Carol
Keila Albrook; John and Beth Hulett, Brenda Redwine; Marie &
Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Dale Archie Caison.
Coloring Contest Has Drug Theme
The Brunswick County Parks and Supply; and John B. Sledge, South
Recreaiion Department has an- port
nounced winners of its "Crack Coloring books featuring "Mc
Down on Drugs" coloring contest Gruff" the crime dog were presented
for third-graders. to all third-grade classes, along with
Joseph Boslet of Union Primary an official contest coloring sheet.
School was the overall county win- The participants were asked to re
ners. Winners from individual ele- turn the contest sheet and keep the
mentary schools included Brandon coloring book.
Noble, Waccamaw; Kay la Moore,
Class Of '58
The Shalloitc High School Class
of 1958 is making plans for its 35th
Anyone having information about
any class members is asked to con
tact Gcraldine Eliott at 1-919-842
6376, or to write Reunion, P.O. Box
1327, Leland, N.C. 28451.
Look who's 14
Love-Oad. Mom & Daniel
LOCAL ART ? POTTERY
Selected for your pleasure by
Artist ? Owner
Calabash Post Officc Complex
" Mwy. 179 ? (919)579-9929^ '
Blue Crab Fest
On The Way
Two days of Low-Counlry-stylc
fun. That's the Blue Crab Festival at
Little River, May 15 and 16 from 10
While the tasty blue crab may be
the focus, the menu will include
much more. Along with steamed
crabs, crab claws and crab cakes,
diners may choose from boiled
shrimp, steamed crawfish, barbccue,
funnel cakes, homemade ice cream,
freshly squeezed lemonade, soft
drinks, tea and more.
The entertainment menu is just as
varied, a smorgasbord of blucgrass,
jazz, blues, gospel, contemporary,
rock, country and barbershop style.
Cloggers, square dancers, dance
ensembles, waterway boat rides, ex
hibits by the Horry County Mus
eum, a petting zoo, ventriloquists, a
kids' activity comcr, games and face
painting help round out the family
Admission is S2 for adults and $1
for children ages 6 and older. Half
price tickcts are available in advance
at all Little River banks and the Little
River Chamber of Commerce office.
A strong drawing card for the fes
tival is its array of arts and crafts
featuring work of some of the best
artists and artisans across the south
eastern United States. This year's
line-up includes paintings in all me
dia, pottery, drawings, photography,
porcelains, ironwork, pewter, metal
sculpture, quilts, clothing, stained
glass, weavings, wooden furniture,
toys and carvings, jewelry, musical
instruments, sweetgrass baskets and
Continuous entertainment will be
featured at two locations, the main
stage and a lawn area that's ideal for
spreading a picnic cloth or lounge
Slate Horse Show
Saturday morning 4-H'ers from
across the South Central District
will converge on Pcachtrcc Farms
near Hickman's Crossroads for the
District 4-H Horse Show.
They will vie for awards and the
opportunity to move on to the State
4-H Horse Show in July.
Entry into the show is free and in
terested persons are invited to at
tend, said Billy Privctte, cooperative
extension 4-H agent.
The district show is rotated yearly
among the 13 counties that make up
the South Central District.
Wed At Beach Chapel
Caron Hollifield and Jerry Cook were married April 2 at the
Chapel By the Sea in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The bride was attended by
her mother, Cherokee Star Grooms. Thomas Cook was his broth
er's best man. The newlyweds are residing at Shallotte Point.
Mapypq, 3^ ffivdhday,
Xteue, Mommy, <? Qxiddy
We hate to see your feelings hurt.
Face it man...
You Are OLDER Than DirtI
Happy 44th Birthday
from your "friends" at SBS
sS* t^aftS S*c
Tfie (Gingerbread House
Local Crafts ? Miniatures ? Gourmet Fudge
<A Delightfully Different Place to Shop
m Shallotte Calabash
>v Holden Beach Rd.. 1/2 mile from Beach Dr. SW & River View Rd.
Wal-Mart ? 754-8979 500 It. trom stoplight ? 579-8485 * ?
A Specia | fifer ForSi|::iarBrides
^u. .. 11/ I Register your
?Norltake China & U -;V ? ,
crystal 1/ * 1 [ preferences with
'tSSS^nS?S!rlk | f ^'^?3? V :| us. You could win
iMMmaid" suit f ?mZMM If I $50drawing*
? Wedding I \ * for our perspective brides
Accessories [ ?' \ I [ j "tot* given owayioletmiuummw.
? Custom Wedding \
Invitations & \ y
Stationary \ V ? 11
? Free Gift Wrapping I wfTr^-^ui ex [ 1 f CADOS
& UPS Services Rfe5^j^^^fel f [ [ Wm
* V3"9V7W3PPrfV77^V I l ft^TWvfrATr' I ~i Creek (Food lion) Plazo
Twanda Gale Hill of Grissettown and Kenneth Bryan Williams of
Ijongwood have announced their engagement and forthcoming
marriage. She is the daughter of M.L.C. and Clementine Hill of
Grissettown. He is the son of Rudolph and Nedrea Williams of
New Tutors Are Certified
Three new tutors were certified in the phonics-based Laubach mct
for the Brunswick County Literacy hod and are qualified to work with
Council April 24. an adult student on reading skills.
They are Jacqueline Pcschock of For information on how to get in
Calabash and Paula Portcrfield and volved with the work of the Literacy
Mary Arndt, both of Long Beach. Council, call its office at 754
Thcy completed 10 hours of training READ.
BOB JOHNSON BRUNSWICK
FURNITURE DOCTOR WOODCRAFTER
"Quality Furniture Restoration"
Refinish, Repair, Custom Build,
Staining, Wicker, Mirror Resilvering
Hwy. 17 South ? (919)754-4552
P.O. Box 718 ' Shallotte, NC 28459 J
& girls from
from My Pool Pal * v* - Children's Clothing i
Sonrise Sq? Sunset Beach
Sizes 9-12 mo.. UP fo 4T 579-9363
OPENING SOON OPENING SOON OPENING SOON
Waverly 35%-50% Off
? Window Treatments
?Desi^^^^^llpaper ? Bedroom Ensembles
7746 N. Kings Hwy.. Myrtle Beach. SC
Next to Food Lion (803)449-2840
OPENING SOON OPENING SOON OPENING SOON