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'HAUNTED HAY3IDE' IS $1
Fire Deportments Slate
Free Halloween Carnival
Three local volunteer fire depart
ments are combining efforts to offer
a free Halloween carnival for
youngsters Saturday. Oct. 30, from 5
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Sunset
Beach Fire Station on N.C. 179.
Free candy, prizes, treats, cup
cakes and pizza will he provided as
part of the fun, said volunteer fire
fighter Eileen Potter. The event is
being sponsored by the Ocean Isle,
Sunset Beach and Calabash Volun
teer Fire Departments and offers a
safe alternative to trick-or-treating.
After the carnival, at 8 p.m. a
haunted hayride and visit to a haunt
ed house are planned for older chil
dren and adults. Children age 12 and
under must be accompanied by an
adult. Cost is $1 per person.
Both events will be held even in
the event of rain, said Potter.
Births Are Announced |
Chris and Paula Smith of Clarks
ville. Term., and formerly of Shal
lotte. have announced the birth of a
daughter. Lauren Elizabeth Smith.
Born Sept. 22, she weighed 8
pounds, 4.5 ounces.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Smith of Supply and Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Smith of Naples, Italy.
Lisa M. Thomas and Donald R.
Young of Long Beach have an
nounced the birth of their first child,
a daughter named Abigayle Marie
Born Oct. 17 at 2:11 a.m. in The
Brunswick Hospital, she weighed 7
pounds. 7 ounces, and was 19.5
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Biela of Carterville, Mass.,
and Nancy Young of Holyoke,
Gwendolyn Hamilton and Alex
King of Shallotte are the parents of a
son, Alex AI'Terick Hamilton, born
Oct. 16 at 9 a.m. at The Brunswick
He weighed 5 pounds, 9 ounces
and was 19 inches long.
Alex joins a brother. Khazy Ham
ilton, and a sister. Alichia Hamilton.
Grandparents are Flossie Bowens
of Ash and Alexander and Saundra
King of Shallotte.
Great-grandparents are Eunice
Hamilton of New York City and
James Ward and Ida Mae King of
Marrena D. and James D. Green
Jr. of Ocean Isle Beach have an
nounced the birth of a daughter,
Haley Dawn Marie Green.
She weighed 6 pounds, 10
ounces, and was 20 inches long on
arrival at The Brunswick Hospital
Oct. 16 at 5:28 p.m.
She joins siblings Destiny, 4, and
Grandparents are James and Be
lita Green of Oakdale, Leon and
Pauline Barnett of Waxhaw, and
Rose and Raymond McClury of
She is the great-granddaughter of
Bob and Irene George of Holden
Beach, Clista and Leroy Barnett of
Rainelle, W.Va., Ruby Guyton of
Butters and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Danny and Teresa Smith of
Shallotte have announced the birth
of a daughter. Amber Lynn Smith,
Oct. 8 at New Hanover Regional
Medical Center in Wilmington.
Born at 7:51 a.m.. Amber
weighed 9 pounds. 13 ounces, and
was 21 inches long. She has a 9
year-old brother, Donald, and a 5
year-old sister, Amanda.
Dr. Brad Kerr and Dr. Betsy Bur
bank announce the birth of a son.
Zachary Johnathan Kerr, born Oct.
14 at 11:15 p.m.
Shannon Renee Hardin and
Trent Eugene Phelps have an
nounced their forthcoming
marriage. The ceremony will
be held Saturday. Nov. 13 at
Letties Grove Church of Shal
lotte, with a reception afteward
at Lockwood Folly Clubhouse,
Supply. The bride-elect is the
daughter of Larry and Ouida
Richardson of Robersonville.
The groom-elect is the son of
Mae Phelps of Supply and the
late Junior Phelps. All relatives
and friends of the couple are
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Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, Octobcr 28
Brianna E. Bennett, Robin Hobbs,
Susanne Johnson, Teresa King,
Rosie Scarborough. Jeff Hewctt,
Bennett Crowell, Evolulu McLamb,
Catherine Clemmons. Robin Hobbs;
Sport and Felicia Varnum. Mr. and
Mrs. James McLamb.
Friday, October 29
Rob Johnston, Dot Koenig, Paul
Easton, Jennifer Burris, Joanie
Gales, Mike deSherbinin, Wayne
Long, Debbie R. Edge, Debbie
Brown, Gardner Sheffield. Rosalind
Daniels, William Moody, Angie
High, Effie Evans, Gladys D. Hew
ett; Tink and Cathy Lawing.
Saturday, Octobcr 30
Joy Lynn McMillan, J.B. Smith,
Walter T. Thorpe, Billy Smith, Carla
Fox, Virginia Williamson, Retha
Ferguson, Edna M. Frink, Bob Ford.
Gerald L. Long, Bill Griffin, Candy
Hewett, Clara Holden, Jodi Fulford,
Freeman Hewett, J.B. Smith; Wil
liam and Ida Moody.
Sunday, October 31
Lena Norton, Sonya Batton, Bill
Kirby, Jeremy Formyduval, De
Montrey Rashawn Hewett, Bianca
Nicole Randolph, Gussie Rich,
Bridgette Nicole Williams, Linda
Chappell, Amanda Reeves, Ann
Abbott, Jenny Small, Jamie Stanley,
Sonya Batton, Billy Kirby, Kephrin
Kirby, Bobby Causey; Mylan and
Ruby Pressnell, Mr. and Mrs.
To Marry Nov. 6
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Mitchell
Jr. of Holden Beach have announced
the forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Angel Marie Mitchell, to
William Dan Mercer.
Mercer is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Mercer of Grissettown.
The ceremony will take place Sat
urday, Nov. 6, at 2 p.m. in Bruns
wick Islands Baptist Church, Mt.
Pisgah Road, Supply. A reception
will follow in the church fellowship
No invitations have been sent. Ail
friends and relatives of the couple
Holden Beach Voters
Charles Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
R. Holden. Reggie and Shirley
Monday, November 1
Lyndsey Daley, Edward W.
Sweatt, Jackie Hardy, David Gause.
James C. Hewett, Kim Green, Pam
Brown. Jim Price, Edward M.
Swealt, Bradley James Reaves,
Tammy Hooks, Alberta Martin,
Abraham Martin, Price Clingenpeel;
Murdock & Frances Mintz. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McCall.
Tuesday, November 2
Jeffrey Williamson. Chris Wil
liams, Gary Cheers, Tina Nance,
Mary Stanley, Nancy Bennett. Jean
Russ; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Home,
Toby and Laurie Babson.
Wednesday, November 3
Ronnie Gore, Louis Griffin, Josie
C. Galloway, Virginia Bellamy, Da
nette Simmons, Fred Parker. John
Cooke, Faye Dickerson, Reba Sell
ers, Lois Griffin, Sandy Pigott, Tony
Watson, Billy Lanier, Ray Collins,
Linda Spivey, Ronnie Gore.
Games and activities for all ages
will be featured at Supply Ele
mentary School's Octoberfest Fri
day, Oct. 29 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Participants can enjoy a hay ride,
sweet shop, white elephant sale, bin
go, hot dogs candied apples and
many other games and prizes, said
Proceeds will be used to benefit
November 2, 1993
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Leslie Lucille Inman of Ash and
Bradley Keith Stanley of Shallotte
were united in marriage Saturday,
Sept. 11, at 3 p.m. in Zion Baptist
The Rev. Clarence Richardson of
ficiated the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hoyt B. Inman. A 1986
graduate of West Brunswick High
School, she earned a bachelor of sci
ence degree in early childhood edu
cation from Pembroke State Uni
versity in 1990 and is working to
ward a master's degree in elemen
tary education. She is a second
grade teacher at Waccamaw Ele
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Keith Stanley of Shal
lotte. He is a 1987 graduate of West
Brunswick High School and is em
ployed with Allen Surveying of
Ocean Isle Beach.
Given ir. marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of white
bridal satin that featured a V-shaped
neckline and a hand-beaded bodice
with basque waistline and modified
leg-o'-mutton sleeves. The imperial
train was heavily adorned with hand
-beaded lace insets and was accent
ed with a back bow and pearled ap
She wore a brimmed hat of ap
pliqued lace medallions and seed
pearls with a rear pouff and fingertip
length veil. She carried a silk bouquet
of roseria alstromeria, peonies, roses
and miniature carnations.
Tara Inman was her sister's maid
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Irtman, Stanley Vows Spoken
Sept. 1 1 At Zion Baptist Church
Also attending the bride were
Carol Inman of Ash, her sister-in
law; Rhonda Carter, Melissa White,
cousin of the groom, and Felicia
Stanley, sister of the groom, all of
Shallotte; Ashley Stanley of Ra
leigh, a cousin of the groom; and
Melissa Clewis of Whiteville.
The groom's father was his best
man. Ushers were Greg White and
Collin Somersett, cousins of the
groom, and Donnie Vansteen, all of
Shalotte; Matt Abbott of Ocean Isle
Beach; and Dave Andrews, cousin
of the groom, of Ash.
Staccy Meadows was the flower
girl and Robert Babson was the ring
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held in the church fellow
After a weekend retreat at a local
beach, the newlyweds are making
their home in Ash.
Set For Nov. 6
The Windjammer Village Fair, in
Little River on S.C. 179 just beyond
Calabash, is Saturday. Nov. 6. from
10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The fair will feature homemade
crafts, baked goods, candy and pre
serves, a garden shop, white ele
phant room, wood shop and raffle
A hot lunch will be served at
11:30 a.m. Admission is free.
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Love. Dad and Mom
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