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MR. AND MRS. GERALD DOMINICK FUCC1JR.
...Christine Maria Woros
Woros-Pucci Wedding Mass
Celebrated In New York City
Christine Maria Woros of
Wantagh. Long Island, N.Y.. became
the bride of Gerald Dominick Pucci
Jr. of New York, N.Y., in a double
ring ceremony Oct. 23 at the Church
of Our Savior in New York City.
The wedding Mass was presided
over by Father Richard Neilson.
The bride is the daughter of
Patricia and Martin Woros of Wan
tagh. The groom is the son of Gerald
Pucci Sr. of Albany. N.Y., and A.
Gretchen Normandin of Lockwood
Folly in Supply.
Wedding music included "The
Schola Cantorum of Our Savior,"
performed by Will Carter, director
of music and organist.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. Matron of honor was
the bride's sister. Nicole McErlain.
Bridesmaids were Mary Mulkerin,
Megan Roberts. Nancy Bangiola
and Renee Reraz. all college friends
of the bride.
Best man was Timothy Hassett of
Buffalo. N.Y. Ushers included
Patrick Bonner of New Jersey and
W. Mark Linnan and Daniel Wilson,
both of New York City.
First reading at the Mass was by
Martin Woros, brother of the bride
and second, by Michele Pucci. the
groom's sister. The two also per
formed the presentation of gifts at
The bride is a graduate of Trinity
College in Washington. D.C. She
earned a masters in business admin
istration from New York University
and is an associate at J. P. Morgan
Securities in New York City.
The groom is a graduate of Siena
College in Loudonville, N.Y.. and
earned his M.B.A. from Pace
University. He is assistant vice-pres
ident for Aubrey G. Lanston and
Company, a government securities
trading company in New York City.
After a wedding trip to Nevis and
St. Barts in the Caribbean, the cou
ple will live in New York City.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday. November 11
Tweet Ward, Maranda Brittain,
James Johnson, Ronnie Ashley
Clemmons. Lillian Hewett, Sandra
Jo Piraino, Roger Hewett, Katie
Mae Parker, Lou Ellen White; Mr.
and Mrs. Junior White, Johnnie and
Kerri Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Friday, November 12
Bill Caudill, Tara Smigiel, Angie
luing. Thomas Hill. Kelly Williams,
Renee Rountree. J.R. Athey, Stanley
Russ, Rique Taborris Hill. S'rCedric
Marquis Hewett, Kerri Barbee, Sue
Reeves, Doris Tharp.
Saturday, November 13
Megan Dilworth, Cameron Sav
age, Freeman Hankins, Wayne
Smith, Julia Carter. Misty Galloway,
Chasen McCall. Whitney Fox.
Sunday, November 14
Kim Morris, Tasha Brantley, Lo
retta Todd, Sharyn Morrison, Nut
meg Morrison, Di Di Holden, Stan
Edgeworth Jr., Kimberly Stanley,
Julie Smith. Dwight "Peanuts" Mc
Call Jr., Edna Einstein, Christalla
Daniels, Steven C. Cox Jr., Sibyl
Saunders; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ab
Monday, November 15
Vera Sermmons, Kippy Sellers,
Nicole Burckley, Marion Leonard,
Missy King, Barbara Campbell,
Maynard Owens, Marian Thorsen,
Edward R. Combs, Judy Keill,
James R. Bennett; Bill and Sylvia
Tripp. Robbie and Kathy White.
Tuesday, November 16
Khiry Cox, Phyllis Canady, Carol
Hardee, Johnnie Sheffield, Melissa
Etheridge, Sarah Parker, Lonnie
Helms, Harry Chadwick, Stanley
Faulk, Rosie Bellamy, Barbara
Campbell, Shirley Smith, Virginia
Winfree, Kcisha Devon Grissett,
Barbie Oxendine, John C. Sheffield.
Scoit Lewis; Robbie & Kathy
White. Mr. and Mrs. Pal Long.
Wednesday, November 17
Gary High, Estell Milliken, Dor
othy (Dot) Hoffmann, Donald Ray
Hewett, Joseph M. Hewett III, Reb
ecca Hewett, Cecil Ellis, Jerry l^ane
Caison, Kay Ludlum, Arthur Henry
Bridgers. Lois Morgan, Bob Watt,
Lois Worrell; Mr. & Mrs. Ed
Lemon, Allen & Lana Rising,
Joseph and Alice Long, Robert and
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Christmas By The Sea Fest
Begins Nov. 27 In Southport
The Southport-Oak Island Cham
ber of Commerce Christmas By The
Sea Festival begins Nov. 27 with the
Merchants' Open House Weekend
and ends Dec. 27 with gift drawings.
During Merchants' Open House
Weekend, patrons will be greeted
with refreshments while shopping at
The Christmas parade in Yaupon
Beach and Long Beach steps off at 3
p.m. Dec. 4 with homemade floats.
The Southport Woman's Club Holi
day House in Southport Dec. 4 and 5
will feature an exhibition of distinc
tively decorated Christmas trees, plus
decorating ideas and musical groups.
The Oak Island Beautification
Club will showcase some of the is
land's most beautiful modern homes
during the Oak Island Tour of
Homes Dec. 5.
'Hie silent auction. Oak Island
Elks Lodge barbecue and Fraternal
Order of Police bike rodeo and child
fingerprinting will take place Dec. 4
beginning at 10 a.m. in Middleton
Park area. Long Beach.
The festival winds down the
To Wed Nov. 27
Vicki Michele Jenrette and
James Renard Matthews have
announced their forthcoming
marriage. The ceremony will
he held Saturday , Nov. 27, at 6
p.m. at Pleasant View Mission
ary Baptist Church. Miss Jen
rette is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Jenrette Jr. of
Shallotte. .Mr. Matthews is the
son of the Rev. and Mrs. Amos
Matthew J r. of Lane, S.C.
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Perhaps she's just said. "Ilooey. can you remember any
days this lovely when you v?ac growing up?" He respond
ed. "1 can't remember any lovely days without >ou." and
she said. Thank you!"
Other New Arrivals!
Friendly, Trouble, Geppetto,
Pearl, School Marm, Elmo, M.D.,
Superchief, Cy & Golden
weekend of Dec. 10-12 with the
judging of the best-decorated homes
contest and decorated business
Southport 2000 Inc. will sponsor
a historic waterfront homes tour
Dec. 1 1 from 5-9 p.m.
On Dec. 12 the Sea Notes Choral
Society will hold a Christmas con
cert at the Sacred Heart Church at 3
p.m. Brunswick Town State Historic
Site will hold its annual Christmas
celebratin from 1-4 p.m. to include
concerts, costumed tours and a colo
nial kitchen garden.
Throughout the Christmas By The
Sea Festival, area merchants will of
fer discounts on merchandise and
drawings for prizes.
For more information, contact the
Southport-Oak Island Chamber of
Commerce, 4841 Long Beach Rd.
SE, Southport NC 28461. or call 1
Caring For Baby
Are you expecting a new baby at
your house? Wondering when your
baby will smile at you. what kind of
crib to buy, or why babies spit up so
Answers to such questions will be
available through "Baby Talk," a se
ries of 14 leaflets available from the
Brunswick County Home Econo
mics Extension Center.
The leaflets are sent once a month
during the last months of a recipi
ent's pregnancy and during her ba
by's first year, according to Pearl W.
Stanley, home economics extension
agent. "They are designed to help
you learn about a baby's develop
ment and parenting," Stanley said.
"The leaflets include hints about
clothing, baby equipment, safety and
other areas of importance in a baby's
To receive "Baby Talk" call 253
4425 or write the Brunswick County
Cooperative Extension Center, P.O
Box 109, Bolivia NC 28422. Those
requesting "Baby Talk" should pro
vide their name and address, and
due date or the name and birth date
of the new baby.
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First Weddings Extra-Special
At Brunswick Islands Baptist
Brunswick Islands Baptist Church celebrated its first two weddings
Nov. 6 in a ceremony which taught both bridal couples and the congrega
tion a lesson in friendship and sharing.
Angel Marie Mitchell and William Dan Mercer had planned to marry
at Brunswick Islands Baptist Church, according to church spokesman
Douglas Hall. During their prenuptial counseling, they learned that Maria
Hall and Terry Phillips were to be married later that afternoon.
On Nov. 2, the couples ran into each other while applying for marriage
licenses. Though Mitchell and Mercer had not met Hall and Phillips, they
did know of each others' wedding plans; Mitchell and Mercer had agreed
to leave their church decorations in place for the other couple to use in
Then the couples met at revival, and a friendship formed. Instead of
having their weddings two hours apart as originally scheduled, the cou
ples decided to hold their services back to back. The newlywed Mr. and
Mrs. Mercer joined the congregation to become a part of the Phillips ser
Afterward, the couples celebrated in a joint reception.
Five Generations Of Girls
Baby Kristen Danielle Shallcross begins the fifth generation of
girls in her family. Pictured are ( standing , left) great-great-grand
mother Frances Gray of Shallotte, (standing, right) great-grand
mother Frances Sn eatt of Shallotte, (seated left) grandmother
Peggy Earwood and mother Kathy Shallcross of Southport, hold
ing the baby.
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