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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, October 07, 1993, Page PAGE 2-B, Image 18

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K>. Mfta MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. CAMPBELL ..Jaime Lynn Brubaker Campbell-Brubaker Vows Are Spoken In Conway, S.C. I.. i._ r> r< l ... ^ * John B. Campbell and Jaime Lynn Brubaker of Thomasville were united in married July 8 in Conway, S.C. The bridegroom is the son of Johnny and Rhonda Rabon of Holden Beach. He is a 1990 gradu ate of T. Wingate Andrews and a 1922 graduate of Guilford Technical Community College in auto body re pair. He is employed by Thomas Buitt Buses. The bride is the daughter of Sarah Brubaker of High Point. She attend ed Trinity High School and plans to attend GTCC. The couple will reside in Thom asville. Birthdays And Anniversaries Thursday, October 7 Sondra Inman Ganus, Christi In man, Dori Cosgrove Gurganus. Nel lie Hardee. Mark Logan, Bonnie Ashley. Bob Piazza, Kelley Frink. Friday, October 8 Dustin Perritt, Christian Pigott, Inez Pope, John Madison, Carrie Hewett, Brooke McCumbee. Tam my Reynolds, Carolyn Hughes, David Carmichael, Randy Worth, Johnnie Edwards. Tonya Russ, Deb bie Hickman, Judy Clayton; Jane & Odell Benton, Sonny and Summer Nobles. Saturday, October 9 Debbie Sidberry, Jody Linder, Joe & Susan Furr, David H. Phelps, Christopher Alan Stanley, Carolyn Roberts, John Craig, Stephen Can ady, Jodi McCoy, Debra Byrd, Sarah Bolton. Sarah Goodman; Donald and Geraldine Petch. Sunday, October 1 0 Christian Pigott, Jessica Hewett, Happy Birthday "Tiyer" October 7 .# 1 Love, Grandma and Bill Jordan Fulford. Allison Shane Hol den. Felicia Geddings, Anne-Marie Rourk, Duane Overstreet. Terry Ste phens, Victoria Browning; Darryl and Rita Moffett. Mr. and Mrs. Har ry Chadwick, Ray and Dot Koenig. Monday, October 11 Amanda Bryan, Jerry Champion, Farren Thomas Stanley Jr., Jamie Tolliver, Michael Brosius, Nancy Todd, Ann Robinson, J.B. Webster, Connie Brummett, Van Hewett; Mr. & Mrs. Horton Milliken. Mr. & Mrs. John G. Schwab. Mr. and Mrs. Locke Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bat son. Tuesday, October 12 Mike Edwards, Mae Milligan, Stephanie Woodard, Sara Ashleigh Raines, Jason Ryan Bunnell. Yas mine Deandrea Bryant, Ivren Hughes, Lori Ann Hewett, Paul Melvin, Jodi Henry, Wilbur Hardee, John Wade Abshire, Kiff Clark, Mae Milligan, Shelton Inman, Gene Evans Jr., DeCarol Williamson, Don Lewis, Christopher Clark, David Couvillon, Terry Milliken, Earlie Tharp; Stanley and Candy Faulk. Wednesday, October 13 Jackie Redwine, Donnie Red wine, Randall Morrison, Dennis Crocker, Jack Lucas, Earlie Junior Tharp, Doris F. Redwine, Victoria Smith. Connie McCall, Mary Jean Smith, Mary Jean Harrelson, Cleyon Evans, James Hrubik, Kathleen Jacobs, Kimberly Ann Britt. To Two (Still) Young Lovers, Happy 32nd Anniversary Mom & Dad Love-Kim & Gary SAVE S SAVE S SAVE $ SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE S SAVE 20% TO 60% OFF List Everyday DELIVERY AVAILABLE IN-STORE FINANCING SPECIAL ORDERS INSTANT CREDIT Area Births Harris Lee and Lisa Harris of Supply have announced the birth of their daughter. Taylor Lynn Harris. She was born Sept. 26 at 8:57 p.m. in Cape Fear Memorial Hos pital in Wilmington, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces, and measuring iy.5 inches long She has three sisters, Aimee, Serenity and Jordan. and a brother, Sam. Her maternal grandmother is Jan et Wicker of Fayetteville. Paternal grandparents are Hollis and Jean Harris of Fayetteville. Her maternal great-grandmother is Esther Bos worth of Pinehurst and her paternal great-grandmother is Evelyn Harris of Charleston, W.Va. Russ Jeff and Laura Russ of Magnolia have announced the birth of their firs! child. Jeremy Hewett Russ. He arrived at 9:15 a.m. Aug. 20 at Southeastern General Hospital in Lumberton. Maternal grandparents are Arthur Announced and Olivia Barnes of Luniberton and llolden Beach. Paternal grandpar ents are Phillip and Brenda Russ of Shallotte. Jeremy's maternal great-grand mother is Frances P. Barnes of Lum herton. His paternal great-grandpar ents are Anson and Lottie Ludlum of Shallotte and Leon and Daisy Hewett of Ash. Wilkes Randy and Melissa L. Wilkes of Brick Landing have announced the birth of a son. Justin Thomas Wilkes. Sept. 24 at Cape Fear Hospital. Wilmington. Born at 1:41 p.m.. Justin weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces, and was 20.5 inches long. Grandparents are Harry and Faye Wilkes of Shallotte and Barry and Debbv Leonard of Shallotte. Great-grandparents are Bill Thompson of Shallotte. Mildred Thompson of Bladenboro, Mettie Long of Longwood and Annie Lou Ix-onard of Shallotte. Carrie Lovett of Shallotte is the maternal great-great-grandmother. CLUB BRIEFS Lions Ready To Provide Help To Needy Residents Of County Shallotte Lions Club has funds available to continue helping needy residents of southern Brunswick County obtain eye exams, glasses, hearing tests and hearing aids. In the past year the club has pro vided 16 pairs of glasses, three hear ing aids and miscellaneous travel expenses to the Duke Eye Center. Money to pay for these services comes from club fund-raising pro jects. Applications and more informa tion may be obtained through any Lions Club member or by calling Ray Evans, sight and hearing chair man, at 579-6249. Applicants must be approved by the Brunswick County Social Services Department. NARFE To Meet The Brunswick County Chapter of the National Association of Re tired Federal Employees (NARFE) will hold its monthly meeting at the Sandfiddler Restaurant, Southport, on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at noon. Guest speaker will be Pete Barn ette, executive director of the Volun teer and Information Center. All members and prospective members are welcome. NARFE meetings are open to the public; membership is available to all feder al retirees and federal employees with at least five years of service. Beachcombers To Meet The Beachcombers Extension Homemakers Club will meet Wed nesday, Oct. 13, at 10 a.m. in the Bonaparte's Retreat clubhouse in Calabash. New members are welcome. This month's program will in clude a presentation on the work of the 4-H Club, followed by a demon stration by Lucile Kirby on making notepaper. Members should bring their dried flowers. A wreath workshop will be led by Jean Mearns using a wire base to be decorated with plastic flowers, pine cones, sweet gum balls and other items. For more information, call Meams at 579-2146. Seniors To Meet The Holden Beach Senior Citiz ens will meet Monday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. at the Lockwood Folly Com munity Building on Stanbury Road. Game night is planned. All senior citizens in the Holden Beach area are welcome. United Way To Publish Area Directory The Cape Fear Area United Way will publish a Community Re sources Directory in December. Persons involved with nonprofit organizations or support groups in Brunswick County who would like to be included in the publication should contact the United Way Information and Referral Program at (919)251-5030 or fax their informa tion to (919)251-5048. More more information, call Eliz abeth Garzarelli at the above phone numher. K&D MFG. CS?G Quality Clothing at Outlet Prices Beautiful Fall Clothing coming in by the truckloaa WESTERN BLOUSES Sized S, M & L in White, Beige, Blue, Red and Black KNIT BLOUSES Sized S, M, L to 3X Stirrups, pant sets and more! Toddlrr- 16 - Adults Sm.ill-32\V ? Moniliiy-SnUml.iy 10-5 Mulhrny Si'. Saltan-. 751-2260 ? lAcross In im Drpt til TransporialKiirt Mulberry St. Located between Coastal Drugs & Kirby's A Good Investment ! In their critical and formative years, our youngsters need all the help they can get, if we want them to excel . . . and we do want them to excel! Making sure that they are given every opportunity in life, is not just a good idea, it's a real good investment. As the area's leaders in Pediatric ENT (ear, nose & throat), we urge every parent to bring t heir children in for a thorough check-up and evaluation . A team of medical experts, al the offices of Mark A. Llzak, M.D., utilize the very latest in state-of-the-art testing equipment and ^.strive to make the procedure enjoyable, as well as an educational excursion for the youngsters. Naturally, we cover ,he broadest range of services: from tonsils and adenoids; to facial Hr f - plaslic and reconstructive; to cosmetic & ? irf* and laser surgery. B i I wE-k K JJk We feel there is iBHJ' . 's?m^ literally, too much at stake, to risk the well being of your youngster, when a few simple tests could provide all the answers! SUPPORT TOMORROWS LEADERS TODAY! Mark A. Lizak, MD Board Certified Specialist: EAR, NOSE & THROAT Conveniently located in the Doctor's Office Complex at the Brunswick Hospital, Supply, North Carolina. For Appointments Call: 754-2920 h jfl Ceremony Set Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Earl Coleman have announced the forthcom ing marriage of their daughter, Merinda Lynn Coleman, to Hob Long, son of Wayne Long of Shallotte and Mrs. Shelvy Hill of Ash. A private ceremony will be held Saturday, Oct. 9. Friends and rela tives are invited to attend the reception, to be held at 5 p.m. Sat urday at the Brierw ood clubhouse. Eleven Reading Tutors Trained Eleven new Brunswick County Literacy Council tutors have been trained in the phonics-based Lau bach Way To Reading. The new tutors are ready to help adults, teen-agers and school-age children improve their reading skills, said VISTA volunteer Julie Wallace. The tutors are Gwen Walters and Jennifer Davis of Long Beach. Marilyn Ducey and Mary Anne Haneberg of Calabash. Craig Dosher and Kenny McGee of Supply. Janet Polizzotti of Sunset Beach, Jean Ross and Alice Johnson of Shallotte. Cathleen Huet-Morgan of Ocean Isle Beach and Linda Mudaro of Wilmington. Rich Dixon was the trainer for the workshop that ended Sept. 18. SHELTON HERB FARM Fall Herbs ?Specialty Lettuces Goodman Rd olt Hwy 1 7 3 Mples N of Wmnabow 253-5964 Davis Jewelry and Gifts A IAr F'no Selection of Men's and Ladles' Bulova Watches at Great Prices Our Flyer Sale Continues! * 117 Causeway Dr., Ocean Isle BeadvS7W800 ^Mon-Sat 1<W The next tutor training workshop will be held in November. Anyone interested in becoming a tutor can obtain more information from the council by calling 754-7323 or writ ing to P.O. Box 6, Supply, N.C. 28462. Look Who's 18! Happy Birthday Stephanie C. Bailey October 3rd Wedding accessory rentals;?J Shady Oak Florist Floral Delivery & Wire Service t (919)579-6715 S*!-] Hwy. 179 (Between Sunset K&'. & Ocean Isle) Try Our New Lunch Special Choice of Entree ?A & 3 Vegetables 4.^0 (Tea or coffee included) Sunday Lunch Buffet Served 1 1:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. < * SANDFIDDLER SEAFOOD RESTAURANT HWY. 130 EAST ? SHALLOTTE ? 754-8168 NEW HOURS Monday-Thursday 11 am-8:30pm Friday 11 am-9 pm Saturday 7 am-9 pm Sunday 7 am -2 pm

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