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MRS. DAVID C. OWEXS
..Julie liaison Willetts
Willetts, Ov/ens Are Wed
At Old Shallotte Baptist
Julie Batson Willetts and David
C. Owens. both of Shallotte, were
united in marriage Sunday. Jan. 2. at
4:30 p.m. in Old Shallotte Baptist
The Rev. Ivren Hughes officiated
the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is manager of Kirby's
Department Store in Shallotte. She
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas C Batson of Shallotte.
The groom is self-employed. He
is the son of David Owens of Supply
and Lois Owens of Shallotte.
The bride wore a tea-length gown
of ivory chantilly lace over silk. It
featured a sweetheart neckline, leg
o'-mutton sleeves and a handker
chief hemline, all trimmed with se
quins and pearls.
Hit pearl headband was accented
with a spray of ivory silk flowers
and iridescent heads. She carried a
cascading bouquet ol miniature
plum carnations, tree fern and
Kelly Willetts. daughter of the
bride, was flower girl. She wore a
black tea-length dress bordered with
plum and mauve cabbage roses,
with a white platter collar and ac
cents of white eyelet lace. Her head
piece consisted of silk plum roses
Saxon Owens was his father's
Music was provided by Tamala
Grissett-Grimes. pianist, and Albert
After the ceremony a reception
was held in the church fellowship
Following a honeymoon in Flo
rida, the newlyweds will make their
home in Shallotte.
Art Lecture Planned Jan. 10
By Brierwood Ladies Club
The Brierwood Indies Club's first
meeting of the new year has been
planned by Mrs. Dodie Niland, who
has arranged for a guest lecturer to
present a program on African art.
The meeting will be held at the
Brierwood clubhouse Jan. iO at 7
p.m. All female Brierwood Estates
residents are invited.
Beachcombers To Meet
The Beachcombers Extension
Homemakers Club will meet Wed
nesday, Jan. 12, at 10 a.m. in the
clubhouse at Bonaparte Retreat,
Mary L. Russ. home economics
extension agent, will present a pro
gram on "Changing Public Policy:
One Recipe' for Everyday People
to Instigate Change in Community,
County and State."
Membership in extension home
makers is open to all interested per
sons. For information call Jean
Meains, Beachcombers president, at
Landscaping Talk Set
Holdcn Beach Beautification
Club will meet at Holden Beach
To*n Hall at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Fran Voght will talk on
"Landscaping for Your Residential
All Holden Beach residents are
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday. January 6
Michelle Buflkin. Linda Hewett.
R.J. Foster. Elena Foster, Judy Ar
nold, Charles Din". Marline Smith
P..rev Rmv Miooif Hill P.im P()
J " . UC
well, *\nn Smith, Floyd L. Hewett,
Ix-onard Rourk. Gregory Bland,
Linda Bellamy, Kelli Hewett. Bertha
Briles, John Cooper, Alison Black
mon. Greta Galloway, Pamela Nash,
Kelli Hewett; Mr. and Mrs Delane
Friday, January 7
Pegge Jaynes, Eloise Causey,
Hank Cuip. Christina Newton, Ciy
stal Hewett. Pat Todd, (iayle Stanl
ey, Robie Piver. Ray Piver, Fred
Kirschman. Jamie Leonard, Robert
L. Waits Polly Milligan, Frances
Simmons, Pat Roberts. Reuben
Knopf, Donny DuBois. Kerie Beth
Ratteree; Mr and Mrs Don Evans.
Mr. and Mrs Milton Whann.
Saturday, January 8
Ida Evans. J.ine Hewett. Mira
Clewis, Andy Brown. Bob Briley,
Irene Gore, Richmond Galloway,
Kyle Inr.ian; Michail and Sharon
Callender, Mr. and Mrs James F.
Sunday, January 9
Louise Thorpe, Elena Foster, Ada
Evans, Bob Manges. William Mad
ison Gore, Bo Abbott, Bradley Cai
son, Connie Russ, Penny Buie,
Charles fox. Kave Evans. Ffovd
Kirby Jr.. Jellre> B. Blum, Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Ward.
Monday, January 10
Harold Bland, Thomas Duncan,
Demaris Bellinger, Harold Bland,
Bill Wilbur, Julie Hamilton Ivee,
Ouida Hewett. Michelle Ix'ggett.
Joe Dennie; Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Sniiih Mr and Mrs. Armand Vasco,
Sam and Fdna Faye Inman.
Tuesday, January 11
Jeff Brown, Margaret Hardin,
Billie Hill, Shannon Price, Cindy
Champion, Jim Furr, George Good
row. Skipper Brummett, Gracie
[?.vans, Mary Ix>u Jackson, Johnny
Chilton; Larry and Julie Harrelson.
Wednesday, January 12
Tom Sanders. Debbie Clausen,
Debora Smith. Tambra B. Lewis,
Lucy Coleman. Kyle Inman. Amy
I Robinson, Debbie II. Stanley, Sid
Morgan Tammie lx;wis. Pam H.
Brown, Christopher Ijewis; Robert
& Marjorie Willetts, Johnny and
Tammy Starnes. Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Births Are Announced !
Phillip and Janice Fulwood of
Starboard Road. Shallotte. have an
nounced the birth of a daughter.
Amber Nicole, at 2:47 p.m. Dec. 28
at Grand Strand General Hospital.
She weighed 8 pounds. 5 ounces
and was 21 inches long.
Michael Fulwood is her older
brother. Grandparents are Jerry and
Louise Fulwood of Shallotte and Pat
and Jack Mintz of Longwood.
Great-grandparents are H.M.
Fulwood of Shallotte. Pauline and
Leonard Hewett of Ocean Isle, and
Johnny Gurganus of Richlands.
Adrian and Kristy Johnson of
Shallotte have announced the birth
of a daughter. Alicia Danielle.
Born at 2:22 p.m. Dec. 27 at The
Brunswick Hospital, she weighed 7
pounds. 14 ounces, and was 21 inch
She joins three siblings, Ashley.
Adrian and Alexis.
Grandparents are James and
Joyce Johnson of Shallotte. Sue
McCall of Shallotte and the late
Great-grandparents are Gertie Hill
and Magdalene Johnson, both of
Mr. and Anthony Massey of
Winnabow have announced the birth
of their fourth child. Shamari Ouin
He arrived at The Brunswick
Hospital in Supply at 10:42 a.m.
Dec. 28. weighing 7 pounds. 12.5
ounces, and measuring 21 inches.
He joins siblings ixcsnawn.
Kendra and Antonio Massey
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Massey of Supply and Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Jenkins of Leland.
Great-grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Mosley of Bolivia.
Carrie Simmons of Supply and
Flossie Purity of Wilmington.
Eric Dwavne and Rosa Kristina
Cumbee of Southport are the parents
of a daughter. Chelsea Lynn, born
Dec. 30 at 12:11 p.m. in The Bruns
She weighed 7 pounds. 6 ounces,
and was 20 inches long.
Chelsea joins a brother, Brandon
t? i-rr? 11
I ^ I I VII
Christopher Ferrell and Michelle
Chavis of Ash have announced the
birth of a son. Timothy Andrew
Ferrell, at 10:47 a.m. Dec. 30 in The
He weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces,
and was 19.5 inches long.
Grandparents are James and
Jewell Chavis of Ash and Donald
and Dian Ferrell of Arlington.
Wilber and Elaine Vaught of
Calabash have announced the birth
of a son. kwamane Corneal, Dec. 30
at 5:56 a.m. in The Brunswick
He weighed 7 pounds. 13 ounces,
and was 21 inches long.
Kwamane joins a brother. Sha
Grandparents are Jackie and Wil
ber Vaught of Calabash and Joyce
Gore and Bill Bryant, both of New
Great-grandparents are Pinks
Vaught of Calabash and Marie Gore
Timothy and April Hewett of
Supply have announced the birth of
their first child, a son, Timothy
Born at 5:55 a.m. Dec. 31 at The
Brunswick Hospital, he weighed 7
pounds. 15 ounces, and was 20 inch
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs Jay Hamer of Supply. Pa
ternal grandparents are Ann Holi
field of Supply and the late Jerry
Maternal great-grandparents are
i*ai. uiiu 1*11.1. v? iv 1111 vuipviiiCt ?35. ?*'
Supply and the late Lloyd and Ger
Maternal great-grandparents are
Buck and Helen Holt of Siler City.
Julian Hamer of Siier City and the
late Pheobe Hamer.
Youth Task Force
Meets On Funding
The Community-Based Alterna
tives Youth Task Force will meet
Thursday. Jan. 13. to discuss fund
ing of programs during the 1994-95
The meeting begins at 1:30 p.m.
in Room 113 at the Brunswick
County Courthouse and is open to
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