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Members and auxiliarists of
Calabash Post 7288,
Veterans of Foreign Wars,
was among groups com
memorating Veterans Day,
Nov. II, with prayers and
ceremony. Above, Post
Chaplain How ard Muth
prays for American sen-ice
members who fought for
their country. In photo at
left. Commander William
Werner addresses the gath
ering at the post.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday. November 18
Gail Ward. Kasey Galloway, Rhy
an Elisabeth Nonis, Corbie Hill,
Kay C. Batten. Frank Williamson,
Brandon Cheers. Doris Ross, Scott
Street. Donald Hughes. Margaret
Shelton. Daniel Manges, Eric Car
penter. Theresa Lyn Cheers, Roy
Mintz, David Reynos, Brandon
Cheers. Kasey Lane Galloway; Tina
and Jeffrey Carlyle, Arlene and Tru
Friday, November 19
Michael Light. Laura Mckeithan,
Kendrick i-rink. Betty Lynn Sellers.
Sue Blizzard, Alcinda Hankins, De
rinda Ward. Ray Pope. Jack Hauser.
Candy I. Caison. John Marshall Jr.;
Gary and Judy Galloway. Tommy
and Angie Smith.
Saturday, November 20
Ronald Adam Estep. Jennifer
Mooney. Shep Culbreth, Sheila
Spencer. Vicki C. Butfkin. Mike
Stanley. Nicole Hewett. Sherry
Holden. Gloria Barrett, Clara Carter,
Walter Jeffrey Carmichael; Wayne
& Debbie Sellers, Jack and Janice
Powell. Tom &- Linda Roberts. Rev.
& Mrs. Bill Greer. Lois & Seymour
Graifer. Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Smith.
Mr. & Mrs. L.B. Cheers.
Sunday, November 21
Angela Nunziato. Adam Estep,
l^ois Bnttain, Cory Loughran. Mar
querite Carr. Mark Register, Christ
opher Philip Gore. Michael Sterling
Gore. Randy Ftheridge. Betty Ra
bon. Deana Deaver, Faye Cheers,
Aleck Alexion, Donald Varnam,
Shallotte Middle School has se
lected its students, teacher and staff
members of the month for October.
Students of the month, by team or
program, are as follows: Sharyl Bel
lamy and L.aTasha Frink. Star; Jason
Holden and Sarah Parker, Planets;
Cliff Cheek and Kristine Doster,
Whales; Patrick Covil and Chryatal
Johnson. Pelicans; Darren Sellers
and Gisella Grissett, Starfish; Victor
Fuller and Elizabeth Blanchard.
Sand Dollars; Clyde Hiatt and
Brooke Evans, Pirates; Rozell Gore
and 'viniuy White, All, Faiiick Covii
and Patti lx-wis, pre-vocational
tech.; Daniel Richardson, French;
Amanda McKeithan, band; Justin
Gibson and Iris Sherer. chorus; Joey
l^ince and Candice Jones, physical
education; Shannon Hughes and
Eric Butler, fifth grade.
William Hughes was selected as
the teacher of the month.
Others recognized are bus drivers
Ineatha Marlowe, Bus No. 155, and
Mattie Bryant, Bus No. 13; cafeteria
employee Ann Hughes; and custodi
an Charlene Johnson.
Wedding ' ' :J
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JK) Hwy. 179 (Between Sunset
R^r.'. & Ocean Isle)
Ronald Varnam. David Russ, Jim
Campbell. Margaret Avalon Eaton,
Vasco. Walter Scott Gibbs, Kenny
Smith. Louise Greene. Sammy Ja
cobs. Scott Babson. Louise Greene.
J. Howard Branch. Sibyl McLamb,
Randy Milazzo, Odell Williamson.
Mark Register, Cory Loughran.
Monday, November 22
Rebecca Perritt, Tina Burger,
Timothy Kye. Like Fulford. Grant
Bullington, Kelly James Dorsett.
Bernie Tuggle, Anthony S. Carr. Su
san S. Bennett; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Cheers, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hick
Tuesday, November 23
Keith Lohr, Anita Evans, Ralph
Frazier. Carey Robbins, Eric New
ton. Gee Gee Lewis, Anna Edge;
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Knopf, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Maree.
Wednesday, November 24
Eloise Smith, Jessica Brown,
Deborah Ward, Valerie R. Taylor.
Terry Dom, Lou Cheers, Jennifer
Hamilton, Thomas S. Russ, Paul
Wayne Reeves, Ruth Hungerbuhler,
Frances Brown, Genevieve Miller;
Fred and Millie Spencer, Mr. and
Mrs. Randy Etheridge. Mr. and Mrs.
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Spoken In Bennettsville
Kathrvn Suzanne King of Bennet
Lsville. SC., became the bride of
Albert Parrott Coggeshall Jr. of Dar
lington, S C., in a 6 p.m. double-ring
ceremony Nov. 13 at First United
Methodist Church of Bennettsville.
The Rev. Dr. Olin Whitener per
formed the ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. Her maid of honor was
her sister, Patricia Allyson King.
Bridal attendants were Mrs.
Charles Edwin (Lola) Early of Darl
ington. sister of the groom; Mrs.
John Creighton (Eurline) Bryant of
Ocean Isle Beach, sister of the
groom; Mrs. Michael Rabern (Jean
Brooks) Lavespere of Florence, sis
ter of the groom; Mrs. Charles Fre
derick Carter III and l^auren Louise
King of Columbia, S.C., cousins of
the bride; Kim Graham and Tammy
Frazer of Bennettsville; Ashley
Moore of Clemson; Mrs. Robert Lee
Armstrong III of Lexington; and
Elizabeth Neill, Stephanie Helms
and Marnie Williamson, all of
Ocean Isle Beach.
Lyall Miller Early of Darlington,
the groom's niece, was flower girl.
Albert P. Coggeshall Sr. served as
his son's best man.
Grcximsmen were Donald Bur
chell King Jr. and Brandon Tray
wick King of Bennettsville, brothers
of the bride; Charles Edwin Early,
John Creighton Bryant and Michael
Rabern Lavespere, brothers-in-law
of the groom; Berryman Edwards
Coggeshall Jr., Campbell Davies
Coxe. Dudley Sanford Dodgen Jr..
Raymond Alexander Harris Jr.,
Lawrence Barringer Harris, Ray
Linn Hobbs, Damon Steger Flowers.
Gordon Lamar Martin and William
Junior groomsmen were John
Creighton Bryant Jr. and Edwin
Fuller Bryant, nephews oi the
Romp To Benefit
Children with asthma will benefit
from Reindeer Romp, a one-mile
walk or run and 5K run Dec. 5 spon
sored by the American Lung Asso
ciation's Cape Fear Region.
The events will be held at Green
field Lake, Wilmington, starting and
finishing at the Amphitheatre at 2:30
p.m. (1 K) and 3 p.m. (5K).
Awards will be given for the best
costumed children, adults and fami
lies. A visit from Santa Claus is
planned, along with refreshments
and entertainment afterward.
Advance registration is $12 for
adults and $8 for children age 12 and
younger and increase to $15 and $10
respectively the day of the romp.
Proceeds will be used to provide
asthma education for parents, teach
ers and others involved in the care
of children with asthma as well as
tor scholarships to summer camp for
children with asthma.
For more information call 1-800
Ringbearer was Michael Rahcrn
Lavespere Jr., nephew of the groom.
Bible hearer was Brooks Coggeshall
Lavespere. nephew of the groom.
The bride is a graduate of Marl
boro Academy and attended Colum
bia College. The bridegroom is a
graduate of St. Johns High School
and attended Mars Hill College.
After a wedding reception at
Marlboro Country Club, the couple
left for a wedding trip to Montego
Bay, Jamaica. They will return to
live at Ocean Isle Beach.
Kenneth and Rosemary Burnett of
Long Beach have announced the
birth of a daughter, Judy Carolyn
Nicole Burnett, at 1:43 p.m. Nov. 6
at The Brunswick Hospital.
She weighed 6 pounds, 4.5
ounces and was 20 inches long. She
joins siblings Shane and Raymond.
Grandparents are Greg and Judy
Eason of New York.
James and Melissa Clemmons of
Supply have announced the birth of
a daughter, Kayla Nicole. Nov. 12 at
New Hanover Regional Medical
Center in Wilmington.
Arriving at 9:26 a.m., Kayla
weighed 7 pounds. 13 ounces and
measured 20 inches long. She joins
a sister, Jessica Kay.
Paternal grandparents are James
and Cookie Clemmons of Supply.
Maternal grandparents are Alton and
Doris Walters of Raeford.
Great-grandparents are Dorothy
and Melvin Clemmons of Supply.
Mark 50th Anniversary
George and Beulah Smith of
Seaside will celebrate 50 years
of marriage with the renewal of
their vows Saturday, Nov. 20, at
3 p.m. at Lighthouse Mission
Church, Calabash. A reception
will be held in the fellowship
hall after the ceremony.
Friends and relatives of the
couple are invited. The tno
were married Nov. 7, 1943.
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Hwy. 17 across from Jones
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11:45 am-4:00 pm
?Entrees... roasted turkey with chestnut apple cornbread
dressing, black oak ham with raisin sauce, carved prime
rib of beef-horseradish sauce, southern fried chicken,
grouper with citrus butter
?Vegetables... mashed potatoes with gravy, candied yams,
braised red cabbage, carrots and parsnips, green bean
casserole, broccoli with cheese sauce, sauteed zucchini
and squash, cherry tomatoes, fried cauliflower and egg
?Daw bar...on iced shrimp, crab legs and crab salad
?6oups...corn and crab chowder, cheddar cheese soup,
breads, cheeses, crackers and pate
?6alack.. waldorf, citrus, asparagus and tomato, pasta
salad, marinated mushrooms with pimentos, spinach
salad, greek salad, ambrosia cranberry congealed salad,
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