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Lee, Farris Wedding Vows
Are Exchanged In Charlotte
Amanda Lynn Lee and Christ
opher Todd Farris. both of Charlotte,
were united in marriage Saturday,
Nov. 20. at 6 p.m. in Cook's Mem
orial Presbyterian Church in Char
The Rev. Steve Bass officiated the
The bride is the daughter of Lynn
McClure Le?: and Michael Smith
Lee of Charlotte, and the grand
daughter of Martha S. McClure of
Ocean Isle Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph H. McClure of Ocean Isle
The groom is the son of Betty C.
Farris of Charlotte and C. Jack Far
ris of Stanley.
Both bride and groom are gradu
ates of West Mecklenburg High
School. The groom also attended
Central Piedmont Community Col
lege and is employed with Worth
Keeter Inc. of Charlotte.
The bride is a graduate of the
University of North Carolina at
Charlotte and is employed with the
law firm of Paul H. Kaplan in
Given in marriage by her parents,
the bride wore a gown of ivory silk
and Alencon lace with an off-the
shoulder lace bodice, long sleeves
adorned with bows, a basque waist
and eyelash edge trim. The full cir
cular skirt, embellished with cascad
ing Alencon lace, formed a cathedral
She wore her mother's ivory
cathedral-length mantilla as her veil
and carried a candlelight cascade of
lilies, pink and beige roses, ivory or
chid sprays, calla lilies and ivy.
Matron of honor was Tonya Watts
of Matthews. Attendants were
Nancy Parrish of Garner; Terri
Morrison and Kristi Sadler of
Charlotte; and Angie Meshaw of
Greenville, S.C., cousin of the bride.
Two cousins of the bride, Emily
McClure of Monroe and Jenny
Thornton of Charlotte, were junior
bridesmaids. Attendants dressed
Thursday, November 25
Marie Hewett. Hazel Stanaland,
Nellie Varnum. Diane M. Ward,
Gaye Kerr, Tracy Diane McKeithan,
Greg Hewett, Pat Rogers, Alexander
G. Hymanson, Emily Dawn Ethe
ridge, Louisa Lewis, Greg Whaley,
Michelle Hargis, Naomi Hewett,
Bobby Russ, Jeff Stanley, Boots
Hewett, Haze' Stanaland, B. Dela
ware O'.vens, Nellie Varnum,
Rhonda Cox, Greg Hewett, Dianne
Holden; Gene & Leigh Tomlinson,
Ross and Pamela Bennett.
Friday, November 26
Cory Stewart, Pat Rogers, Adam
Kirtley, Stephanie Nicole Piner,
Norman Home, Carrie Drew Ful
cher, Sallie Betts Knox, Jane Camp
bell, Harry Pigott, Lindberg Smith,
Armand Vasco, Ricky Jones, Delane
Stanley, Laura Gibble, Nancy For
rest; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Long,
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Flower girl Whitney Lee of
Charlotte wore an ivory dress of
satin and Schiffli lace.
Russell Holiway of Florence,
S.C.. was ringbearer.
The groom's brother. David Farris
of Charlotte, was best man. Ushers
were Dan Summers, Phillip Shaw
and David Clarke, uncle of the
groom, all of Charlotte. Groomsmen
were Todd Scott of Asheville and
Jimmy Mullis of Charlotte, the
groom's brothers-in-law; Rusty
Murray of Ocean Isle Beach; and
Chris Watts of Matthews.
A reception was held at the
Charlotte Woman's Club after the
Following a honeymoon trip to
Florida, the newlyweds will reside
Learn To Make
At Cookie Course
A course in holiday cookie and
candy making will be offered next
month through the Brunswick
Community College Department of
Taught by Peggy Jordan, the class
will meet Dec. 6, 7, 13 and 14 from
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Students will learn to create deli
cious and attractive sweets that
would make wonderful holiday
gifts, a release indicated. Registra
tion is $15. The class will be self
supporting and must have a mini
mum of 10 paying students.
For more information or to regis
ter, call the BCC Continuing Edu
cation Department at 754-6922,
457-6329 or 343-0203 and ask for
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cheers.
Saturday, November 27
Kenny Morris, Nancy O'Neal,
Antoinette Mosley, Robert Rye, Eld
ridge Stanley, Virginia Craig, Tara
Somersett, Jimmy Allison McLamb,
Ruby H. Hewett, Ronnie Galloway,
Teresa N. Morton, Luke Fulford,
Trudy Fazekas, Gary Reaves, Alan
Hill, Price Thomas, Judy Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl McGalliard.
Sunday, November 28
Renee Di I worth, Eloise Smith,
Tiffany Marie Bennett, Sean Brown,
David Stevenson, Hugh Spencer,
Gloria Mintz, Kimball Bellamy, Ed
ward Fields, Harlee Hewett, Jimmy
Register, Julius Andrews, Jordan
Reeves; Danny and Judy Gore.
Monday, November 29
Earl D. Andrews, Steve and Ida
Evans, Jarrell Smith, Eric Hayes,
Jancy LaDane Hewett, Terry Na
wara. Ginger King, Carl McGall
iard, Kimberly Stanley, Elizabeth
Mclnnis, Earl Andrews, Lillie Frink;
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fowler, Mr. and
Mrs. David J. Stanaland.
TUesday, November 30
Doug Alsbrooks, Catherine Irene
Nelson, Coral Payne, Audrey Sal
mon, Doug Alsbrook, Jennifer
Quaintance, Judy Clemmons, Robin
Campbell; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Estep. Mr. and Mrs. Rotha Cheers,
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Alan Long.
Wednesday, December 1
Jill Hughes, Amanda Babson, Sid
Swarts, Kate Frink, Wade Hankins,
Kenneth Phelps, Debbie Caison,
Penny G. Jones, Lynn Ellis, Marga
ret Page, Kelly W. Barefoot, Archie
Martin; Donnell & Geraldine Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. Burness L. Hewett.
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Local Births Are Announced
Bruce Charles Hayes and Traci
Singles of Supply have announced
the birth of their first child, Bruce
Charles Hayes Jr.
The 7-pound, 15-ounce boy ar
rived at 5:27 p.m. Nov. 14 at The
Brunswick Hospital. He was 21
Paul and April Hewett Stout of
Ash are the parents of a boy, Robert
Andrew Stout, born Oct. 31 in Cape
Fear Memorial Hospital, Wilm
He weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces
and was 20 inches long.
Andrew joins a brother,
On December 1 6
The North Myrtle Beach Chris
tian Women's Club will hold its
"Tying It All Together" luncheon on
Thursday, Dec. 16, at noon at The
Surf Club, 1701 Springland Lane,
North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Cost is $8.25 inclusive.
Callahan's of Calabash will pro
vide a program about how to easily
take care of last-minute Christmas
gifts, and local musician Judy
Glymph will perform. Mimi Harris
of Wilmington will be guest speaker.
A free nursery is available begin
ning at 11:30 a.m. Reservations and
cancellations are necessary for both
the luncheon and the nursery. For
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Rob Hewett and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Stout, all of Supply.
Michael and Cindy Tharpe of
Supply are the parents of a son,
Cody Michael Tharpe.
Born at The Brunswick Hospital
Nov. 1 1 at 2:53 p.m., he weighed 7
pounds, 12 ounces, and was 20 inch
es long. He joins a sister, Amanda
Grandparents are Donnie and
Helen Kirby of Supply, Earlie
Tharpe of Seaside and Elaine Pait of
Great-grandparents are Ralph
Clemmons of Supply and Charlie
and Lolu Mae Tharpe of Seaside.
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Will Be Crowned Dec. 4
The Miss Brunswick County Scholarship Pageant will be held Dec. 4
at the Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick
Community College, according to pageant spokesman Pam Tyner.
The pageant begins at 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at the door
for $7 for adults, and $4 for children 12 and under.
Featured entertainer will be Sandy Oxford, Miss Greater Wilmington
1993. Also performing will be Erinn Holden and the Brunswick County
Dancers under the direction of Ann Hucks.
Others on the program are Tiffani Payne, Miss Greater Wilmington
1994; the South Brunswick High School Color Guard and Drill Team,
Tom Clem moos; Miss Cape Fear Country, Charlene Frankenberger; and
Little Miss Brunswick County, Maleta Murray.
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Are Spoken At Brunswick
Islands Baptist Church
Joy Stephenson deReyna and
David Dexter Ballengee Jr., both of
Supply, were united in marriage
Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. in Brunswick
Islands Baptist Church.
The candlelight double-ring cere
mony was performed by Pastor Jack
The bride is the daughter of Neil
and Edna Stephenson of Supply.
The bridegroom is the son of
Deborah J. Hollifield of Supply and
David Dexter Ballengee Sr. of
Brooklyn Park, Md.
The bride, given in marriage by
her son, Stephen Neil Duncan, wore
a peach satin gown with drop waist,
bouffant sleeves, scooped ruffled
back and short train. She carried a
bouquet of silk ivory sweetheart ros
es, daisies, carnations, peach pe
onies and carnations.
Maid of honor was the bride's
daughter, Mekeisha Faith Duncan.
She wore a ivory lace tea-length
gown with sweetheart neckline,
short lace sleeves and a dropped
Matron of honor was Kimberley
M. Carter of Jacksonville, Fla., who
wore an ivory morey pattern tea
length gown with sweetheart neck
line and drop waist.
Both honor attendants carried
Flower girls were Amanda Gail
Smith and Whitney Diane Smith,
both nieces of the groom.
Best man was the groom's broth
er-in-law, Gregory Louis Smith of
Ash. Groomsman was Matthew
Ethan Ruff of Supply, who ushered
the bride's mother and lit the can
Ushers were Dana Lynn Holli
field, Brandon Lee Hollifield and
Donald Ray Nealy. Ring-bearers
were the bride's son, David Joseph
deReyna, who carried her ring, and
the groom's nephew, Gregory Ryan
A reception in the church fellow
ship hall followed the ceremony.
Reception attendants were Kay
Hollifield, Denise Desfonds, Debby
Smith and Teresa Smith. Attending
the guest register were Andrea Ward
and Debby Smith, the groom's sis
The guests enjoyed a wedding
cake made by the bride, featuring a
Lenox bride-and-groom cake topper,
a gift from the matron of honor.
The groom attended West Bruns
wick High School and Cape Fear
Community College. He is a fore
man with Condominium Services.
The bride attended Southern Dur
ham High School, Durham Com
munity College and the Duke Uni
versity School of Nursing. She is a
nurse at Brunswick Cove Nursing
The couple will live in Supply.
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