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Vows Exchanged Sunday
Sheila Edwards of Brick landing and Dennis I^ngston of Sher
man Oaks, Calif, were married Aug. I in a private, single-ring cer
emony in Dillon, S.C., with lxirry Turner officiating. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards of Brick Iumding.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray iMngston of Mt. Home,
Idaho. They will live at Brick iMnding and in California.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, August 5
Gcena Jones, Patti Jones, Kim
Trott, Erika Faircloth, Denver Stan
ley, Kim Trott, Ben Ash, Jolynn
Stanley, Rose Cole, Ruth Johnson,
Douglas Mintz, Mclvin Russ, Hu
bert Bellamy, Birgit Bolton, Andy
Russ, Julia Hayes, Harold Dean Var
nam Sr.; Eugene and Gail Lancaster.
Friday, August 6
Tim Madison, Troy Blythc, April
Evans, Nick Newton, LaTonya Han
kins, R.E. Sellers Jr., Jan Williams
on, April Causey, Janice Owens,
Dare Joyncr, Anna Katherine Hill,
Kim T. Andrews, Charlie Anderson,
Frank Wesley Salmon; Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday, August 7
Luther Max Ritchie, Marge Dc
lonias, Doug Gurganus, Dorothy
Ballard, Paul Caton, Toby Lewis,
Bertha Hewett, Robert Ball, Ethel
Caison, Martha Inman, Clarence
Woolen, Henry Caison, Betty Leo
nard, Kimberly S. Galloway; Mr.
and Mrs. Mike McCumbee.
Sunday, August 8
Cortni Hill, Dar Moore, Barbara
Hewett, Michael Lynn Sellers Sr.,
Barbara McGalliard, Angie Parker,
Bear Moore, Carolyn Powell; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Milligan, Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Reaves, Mr. and Mrs.
Monday, August 9
James R. Hill, Michcle Granthan,
Kim Long, Clyde Jones, Justin Ber
ry, Kate Williamson, Julie Beck,
Gail Fowler, Rhonda Hobbs, Sara
Jackson, Clarence Sodcrbcre. An
Tuesday, August 10
Larry Oxendinc, L.C. Nonris,
Mrs. Lonnic Evans, Jeffrey Wayne
Prichard II, Denisc Bozeman, Jack
Caton, Frances Becky, John Schwef
cl Jr., Gene Evans, Mattie Stout,
Jimnw Hickman, Tommy Hickman,
Joan Bcnion; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Henry, Gary and Cathy Long, Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmy Hernandez.
Wednesday, August 11
Dorccn Holtz, Lynn Hickman,
Larry Wilson, Ruth Bealty, Jackie
Rcinhardt, Wesley Hickman, Lillian
Hickman, Annette Kyc, Cheryl
Howard, Jennifer Stanley, Adrianna
Edge, Ronnie Blackmon, Kelly
Todd, Katie Lowery; Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Wcmyss, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Var
To Wed Saturday
Carolyn Gaffney and William
Earl Holden, both of Ocean
Isle Beach, have announced
their forthcoming marriage
Saturday, Aug. 7, at 2 p.m. at
Seaside United Methodist
Church, N.C. 904. A reception
will follow in the Gathering
Room of the church. Friends
and relatives of the couple are
Sonrise Square, Shoreline Dr., Sunset Beach
Potter-Lanier Vows Spoken At Town Creek Baptist Church
Lisa Carol Potter and MichacI
Wayne Lanier were joined in mar
riage at 3:30 p.m. July 25 at Town
Creek Baptist Church in Winnabow.
The Rev. V.C. Potter officiated at the
The bride is the daughter of John
and Joyce Potter of Southport and
the granddaughter of Elneta Potter
of Southport. The groom is the son
of H. Spencer and Linda Lanier of
Winnabow and the grandson of
Ethel Benton of Lciand and Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey S. Spencer of Win
Music was provided by pianist
Becky Falor of Boiling Spring
Lakes and vocalists Lori Bryant and
Carolyn Young of Winnabow and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill White of Castle
Missy Hufham presided at the
register and Tracey Potter, cousin of
the bride, presented programs to the
guests. Vickie Potter, the bride's
aunt, directed the wedding.
The bride, escorted by her father
and given in marriage by her par
ents, wore a white brocadc gown
which featured a Venice lace portrait
collar. The gown featured a fitted
bodice and lacc-cdgcd basque waist
line which fell to a full skirt with a
The bridal headpiece was a half
wreath of white silk rosebuds, or
ange blossoms and crystal sprays.
The three-tier veil fell to fingertip
length. The bride carried a bouquet
of two dozen yellow roses.
Cindy Cureton of Columbia, S.C.,
served as matron of honor. Brides
maids were Candy Bart of Durham;
Kathy Smith of Atlanta, Ga.; Tam
my Wilson of Charlotte; Jackie
Faulk; Millie Hart and Sissy Rogers
of Southport; Cyndi Lanier of Winn
abow, sister-in-law of the groom;
and Donna Potter of Southport, sis
ter-in-law of the bride.
They wore teal tea-length dresses
of a floral patterned Jacquard satin
featuring portrait collar, basque
waist and princess bod'ee.
Kayla Biyaiit was flower girl.
H. Spencer Lanier served as his
son's best man. Groomsmen were
Jeff Cureton of Columbia, S.C.;
Steve Lewis of Charlotte; Mike Mc
Craw of Raleigh; Kevin Smith of
Atlanta, Ga.; Mitch Lanier and
Marty Lanier of Winnabow, brothers
of the groom; and Mike Potter of
Southport, brother of the bride.
Ring bearers were Frank Henry
and Josh Potter, cousin of the bride.
MRS. MICHAEL WAYNE LANIER
...Lisa Carol Potter
The newlyweds received their
guests at a reception hosted by the
bride's parents at the Town Creek
Township District Park Community
Building. Peggy Wedd provided and
served the wedding cake. Robin
Potter, the bride's aunt, served the
punch. Nancy Bell, the groom's
aunt, coodinated the reception.
Prior to the wedding, the couple
was honored at a number of show
ers: Vickie Potter hosted a miscella
neous shower; Eleanor Smith, Sandy
Spencer and Madeline Spencer co
hosted a shower at Eleanor's home;
a shower was given at Town Creek
Baptist Church by Nancy Bell, Cyn
di Lanier, Baptist Women and Bap
tist Young Women; and a lingerie
shower was co-hosted by Cindy
Curcton and Kathy Smith at the cou
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pic's future home in Winnabow.
The bridemaids' luncheon was
hosted by the bride's mother at the
Ship's Chandler Restaurant. The
groom's parents chose The Round
Table at St. James Plantation for the
The couple honeymooned in the
North Carolina mountains and re
side in Winnabow.
The bride rs a graduate of Bruns
wick Community College and is em
ployed by Brock Padgett and
Chandler CPAs. The groom is a gra
duate of North Carolina Slate Uni
vcrsity and is employed by Lanier
and Sons, Inc.
To Meet Fridays
Local pollers can refine their
technique and would-bc pollers
learn the art in a comprehensive pot
tery course offered through Bruns
wick Community College.
Instructor Hiroshi Sucyoshi is an
award-winning potter whose work is
included in the permanent display ol
the Smithsonian Institute's Kenwick
Gallery in Washington. D.C. The
course will focus on specialized
techniques of wheel-throwing, hand
building and glaze-making, as well
as decorative techniques and raku
Classes will be held in the South
port Pottery Studio in Franklin
Square Park on consecutive Fridays.
Aug. 20 and 27 and Sept. 3 and 10,
from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with a hall
hour lunch break. The course fee is
$60 per person.
Due to limited teaching space, a
maximum of 15 students will be ac
ccptcd. To enroll students must call
Brunswick Community College for
reservations, then mail or deliver the
registration fee before Aug. 17
Seating will only be guaranteed with
receipt of the registration fee.
For information or to register con
tact Stuart Callari or Perry Hall at
754-6900, 457-6329 or 343-0203.
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