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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, November 04, 1993, Page PAGE 2-B, Image 16

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Bardin , Phelps To Wed Nov. 1 3 At Letfies Grove Shannon Renee Bardin and Trent fcugene Phelps have announced their forthcoming marriage Saturday, Nov. 13, at 3 p.m. at Letties Grove Church, Shallotte. A reception will follow at lAK'k wood Folly Golf Course Clubhouse at Supply. The bride-elect is the daughter of Larry and Ouida Richardson of Rob ersonville. The groom-elect is the son of Mae Phelps of Supply and the late Junior Phelps. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited. To Wed. Dec. 1 8 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Bahr of Pinehurst have announced the engagement of their daugh ter , Kristyn Joy , to John Ric hard Kopp Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Richard Kopp of Bolivia. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Pinecrest High School and East Carolina Uni versity. The bridegroom-to-be is a graduate of South Bruns wick High School and East Carolina University. He is em ployed by Kopp Brothers Inc. The wedding is planned for Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Village Chapel in Pinehurst. Food Drive To Benefit VIC Clients The Brunswick County Council on the Status of Women will con duct a "Food Drive for the Needy" on Saturday. Nov. 6. Shoppers may contribute nonper ishable foods at volunteer stations at grocers throughout the county. Those who want to volunteer should call 253-5616. All food collected will he trans ferred to the Volunteer and Infor mation Center for distribution to the needy for Thanksgiving and Christ mas. For other information, call VIC at 754-4766. To Our Leader. The Kinfifish When it comes to news & horseshoes, you're the champ! Happy Bij^bday Arts &{| Crafis Shop he Gingerbread I House Over 70 Crafters ? ? Gourmet Fudge > Holden Beach Road j] ? M mile from Wal-Mart J J Shallotte ? 754-8979 1 9905 Beach Drive SW ? ! 500 ft. east of stoplight 5 I Calabash ? 579-8485 J STAFF PHOTO BY LYNN CARLSON Oceanfront Wedding Getting married on the strand at Holden Beach is getting to he a family tradition for the Folinos of Richmond , Va., and Pittsburgh, Pa. Julie Folino and Tim Farina were married at 625 Ocean Boulevard West, on Friday in front of a handful of well-wishers, including the bride's father and step mother, who said their vows there two years ago. The family rents a cottage several times a year from Clarence and Linda W illiams, who live next door at 627. Pictured (from left) are Tiffany and Frazier Fulton of Richmond, the bride's half-sisters; the Rev. Jason Ross, a retired Baptist minister living at Holden Beach ; best man Mike Cummins of Pittsburgh; the groom and bride, both of Pittsburgh ; and maid of honor Jody Negri of Pittsburgh. ^?5 '"1 1 To Wed December 4 Stacie Darnell Cheers of Bolivia will be married to Michael Ray Hartsell of Holden Beach at 5 p.m. Dec. 4 at Bethel Methodist Church , Bolivia. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Kay Cheers of Bolivia. The groom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hartsell of Holden Beach. Birhdays And Anniversaries Thursday, November 4 Alta Lewis, Jordan Johnson. Alice Faye Lewis, Tammy Clem mons, Carlene Blackwelder, J.M. Parker, Patti Arnold. Chester Todd, David Brown, Barry Cheers; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. White, Mark and Sibyl Saunders. Friday, November 5 Elizabeth Dameron, Diane F. Chandler, Katylne Jean Thompson, Elizabeth Dameron, Bill Leggett, Brinda Stanley. Graham Davis, Gabe Cooper, Earl Wayne Smith. Mark Stanley, Ralph King, Jeffrey Mintz, Carven Allen Hewett, Pat Owens, Irene Hill, Janie Martin, Julie Parker, Jimmy Schwefel, Rog er Hewett, Diane Young; Samuel and Clistis Lewis, Mr and Mrs. Orbie Inman. Saturday, November 6 Linda Atkinson, Patsy Turner, Ed Bye, Carolyn Gaffney, Beth Phelps. Chris Bland. Helen Cranford, Tomye Glenn, Phillip Wayne Milliken III. Sunrday. November 7 Andrea Denise Frink, Nina Mc I^amb, Jimmy Hernandez, Betty Simpson, Brenda L. Register, Charles Durham, Andrea Denise Frink, Bill Straus, Joanne McDaniel, Peter Macon, Carson Durham, Bill Strauss, Neil Holder., Retta Kennedy, Mary Potts, Donna Garner. Janice Hargis. Bessie Hewett; Mr. and Mrs. Delliert Vouch of *Glass UNISEX SALON welcomes Patsy formerly of London Hair Co. Hwy. 179, near airport Ocean Isle (919)579-1025 CONVENIENT TOURS AND TRAVEL 4-Day Fantasy Cruise, Category 8 November 28 $Z79-Deposit needed now Dec. 4-8 New Yorto Dec. 9-12 Christmas in Oprytand Dec. 17-18 Christmas at Biltmore Plus many mote ? D? posits na*c>ed Call 754-4222 for all your travel needs Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Potts. Monday, November 8 David Weaver. William Dale Mc Keithan, David Weaver. Mandi llewett. C.C. Russ, Greg Gore. Christopher Wade Orrock. Dewayne Randall, Harry Pope, Dean Carroll. Kenneth Owens, Bun Stanley, James Leo Johnson III, Robert Derek l-ong. Debbie Fazekas. Tuesday, November 9 Billy Bracey, Cherryanne Bas inger. Terrell Jenrette, Joan Morris, Dennis Williams, Rose Cole, Mark Kennedy, Mary Kincaide, Betty Bray; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Cheers, Billie Jean Milligan; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Champion. Wednesday, November 10 Benjamin Reynolds, Mark Greer, Michael Caison, Horace Reaves, Ann Maree, Sammie F. Royal; James Wesley Gray, Samaniha Strickland, Virginia Gore; William & Dianna McRainey. Mr. and Mrs. Anson Ludlum, T.O. and Grace Peoples Holly Days Festival Set Get a head start on your Christ mas shopping at the second annual Holly Days Arts & Crafts Festival Saturday. Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Community Building on East Moore Street in downtown Southport. Jewelry, pottery, porcelain dolls, woodcrafts, handpainted clothing, homehaked goods, ornaments and many other custom holiday items will he available in addition to the cookbook A Taste of Southport. Volunteers Sought To Read With Kids The Brunswick County Literacy Council is seeking volunteers to work with children at Bolivia Ele mentary School and Piney Grove Head Start. Volunteers will work individually with children reading to them and helping them improve their reading skills. For more information, call 754 7323. Bus Class Set A school bus drivers' course will be held Nov. 9-12 from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at Brunswick Com munity College's Supply campus. There will be no charge for the course. For more information, con tact Vicki Jenrette at 754-5098. Ill in ftfforcCabCe PHOTOS by Jim Price 3017 Bird Drive SW ? l"~t- [ J Shallotte 1 ^Tlr (91 9) 754- 7952 [TH Births Are Announced Stoddard Joseph and Wanda Stoddard of Ash have announced the birth of their eighth child, a son, Jan Marline Stoddard II. Oct. 25 at 11:21 p.m. in The Brunswick Hospital. Me weighed 7 pounds, (?>, ounces, and was 21 inches long. He joins four brothers and four sisters. He is the grandchild of Juanita Stoddard of Baldwin, Fla.. and the late Jack Stoddard: anil the late Frank and Stella Carter, formerly of Reidsville. Morrison Dean and Annette Taylor Morri son of the South Brunswick area are the parents of a boy. Jordan Dakota Morrison. Born Oct. 21 at 8:50 p.m. in The Brunswick Hospital, he weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces and was 21 inches long. He joins siblings Dustin Lee and Trenton Taylor Morrison. Grandparents are Wayne and Nanet Taylor of Ocean Isle Beach. Johnny and Pat Johnson of Rocki ngham and Archie and Betty Morri son of Hamlet. Great-grandparents are Nancy Evans of Stoneville, Mickey anil Shorty Johnson of Wadesboro and Jessie Taylor of Rockingham. He weft Darien and Tonya Hewett of Bolivia have announced the birth of a daughter. Darien R. Hewett. Oct 21 at 8:31 a.m. in The Brunswick Hospital. She weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces, and was 18.75 inches long. She joins two siblings. James Curtis and Elizabeth Deanne Hewett. Maternal grandparents are Larry and Rebecca Smith of Supply. Pat ernal grandparents are Dwight and Janette Hewett of Bolivia. Great-grandmothers are Lillian Hewett of Bolivia and Maxine Sneed of High Point. December Ceremony Planned Mr. and Mrs. Rarry B. Heine of Gibsonville have announced the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Kelly Heine, to David Jeff ery Clemmons, son of Mrs. John T. Madison oJ'Shallotte and David Clemmons of Long Beach. The wedding will take place Saturday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. in Seaside United Methodist Church of Sunset Beach. The bride-elect is a graduate of West Brunswick High School and UNC-Wilmington. She is a medical receptionist for Dr. John T. Madison and plans to attend nursing school in the spring. The groom-elect is a graduate of West Alamance High School and UNC - Wilmington with a BA. in psychology. He is an appraiser with Tax Management Associates. 'Tis The Season... For Snowbabies by Deportment These charming collectibles, in new and old favorites, are now on display. Other Collectibles By Dept. 56 ? Heritage Village Collection ? Dickens 'New England 'Christmas In 'Alpine 'North Pole The City Snow Village-Merry Makers-Winter Silhouettes -All Through The House Twin Creek (Food Lion) Plaza. Shallotte CAQD& We Ship UPS (SGIFIS Free GrnWrap 754-9968 Layaway w is pleased to announce... Dianne Tripp has joined our staff as designer. Call her today for the newest styles and cuts for fall. Open Tuesday-Saturday. Walk-ins welcome! Sophie Truesdale, Owner 754-9606 ? Wall St. (behind the Beacon) ? Shallotte Sonrise Square, Shoreline Dr., Sunset Beach

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