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MRS. J OH.WY K\) ( \ HI >/./.
Carlyle, Page Wed
At Arran Lake Baptist
Marta Page ot Fayetteville and theu Page. Kclsey Carlvle. Laura
Johnny Ray Carlvle of Ash were Page. Amanda Page and Aiisha
married Saturday. Jan. S. at 5 p.m. in Parker.
Arran Lake Baptist Church. Fayet- The groom's father served as best
teville. The Rev. Ronald Loft is offi- man. Lshers were Randy Carlvle
ciated. and Gary Young. both of Ash; Gene
, . ,, Parker of Favetteville; and Tonv
The br.de is the daugnter of Mr. ^ and D;|md p holh of
and Mrs Arnold Page of Favetteville. . , , ,,
_ . v . . Asheville.
fne bridegroom is the son ot Mr. and ? ,,... , ,u ,u .
, , ? . , ... Following the ceremony, the
Mrs. Johnnv E. C am le ot Ash. .. ? . ?
bnue s patents nosted a reception at
Music was provided by Rodney the church.
Williams and Dawna Young. The The bride is a graduate of Seventy
bride was escorted by her father. first High School in Fayetteville
Robin Parker of Fayetteville was and l-ayetteville Technical Com
the matron of honor. Bridesmaids munity College. She is employed by
were Dawna Young and Betty Southern National Bank.
Carlvle. both of Ash: Janice Page of The groom attended West Bruns
Asheville: and \mv Booker and wick High School. He.is a mechanic
Siss\ Wyndra. both ot Fayetteville. at Larry's Garage in Longwood.
The child attendants w?.:t Mat- The couple will reside in Ash.
Birthdays And Anniveraries
Thursday, January 13
Junt- Cooper. Brittany Stanley.
Drew Robbins. Joe Hankins. Wendy
Moore. Rebecca Hughes: Vlendal
and Karen Watts. Pam and Andy
Brown. Mr. and Mrs h.H Redwine.
Mr. and Mrs. Carvin Robinson.
Friday. January 14
Shannon Smith, Lee Brantley.
Megan DeKeo. Kric Gibble. Ryan
Sims. Kelli Leigh Carlyle. Christina
Morrison. John Newton. Jimmy Ca
ton. James Osborne. Bonnie Ix'on
ard. Hnam T "Buck" Sellers. Sue
anne Holden. Bill 1 eigh; Mr. and
Mrs. Bailey Russ.
Saturday, January 15
Tommy Phillips. Jeremy Bell
Hewett. Martha Wilkerson. Mary
Simmons. Regina Norton. Jeremy
Dale Hewett. Kathy Lawing. Will
iam A. Stanley Jr.. Dr. I d l.ance;
Mi and Mrs Jt cy Stanley. Mr. and
Mrs. A.O. King Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday. January 16
Korey Hewett. Bruce Adam Con
drey. Ann Bessent. Samantha Red
wine. Tina Ladson. James D. Bell
amy. Jennifer Megan Hargis. Martha
Brown. Amanda Redwine. Dean
Da\is. Robbin Holden, Sheree
Sum Causey. Jennifer H
Kw'.'.. J 51". OiCwmm'.V.vJ, p2J^ fiur
ganus. Cnnny (iurganus. Eunice
Phelps; Mr. and Mrs Palmer Suggs.
Monday. January 17
Ashley Llaine Suggs. Kurt Meis
sner. Jackson ( anad\. I it/uerald
Hall. Llva Moffitt. Paula Smith.
Aileene Nankins. Janet Carlyle. De
rek Green. Reita Cockrell. Joshua
Reeves. Mallary Hewett. Wendy C.
Sheffield. Trisha Poulos: John and
Tuesday, January IS
Janie Rich. Alberta Tatum. Penny
Redwine. Mike Rogers. Felicia Var
Wednesday, January 19
Pcnnv Reilw me. Kathryn Jester.
Joey Causey. Terry Randall. Nicole
Stumbling Bear. Candie l.ynn
Wilson. Natalie Russ. Donald Lew
is. Konnie Duncan. Billy Settle
myre. Joseph I . I.ong; Bill A. Mell
James and Jane Buffkin of Gris
settown have announced the birth of
their second child, a son. Taylor
He was born at 1:01 p.m. Jan. 4 in
The Brunswick Hospital. He
weighed S pounds and was 21 inch
es long He joins a brother. Jordan.
Rrltie II Causey of Ocean Isle
Beach is his maternal grandmother
Paternal grandparents are Jimmy
and Lena Buffkin of Grissettown.
His great-grandmother is Anne
Carraway ol Kannapolis.
A Flamingo Stars In Version Of 'Ugly Duckling'
Bits 'n Pieces Puppet Theatre will and finds true happiness in a produc
present its adaption ol the classic tale, iiun iii.it features O-foot tall puppets.
"Ihe Ugly Duckling starring Pinky, fluorescent costumes, the South Pole
.1 Morula flamingo hatched hv pen- and Miami licach.
guin parents. I rt. Jan 21. at 7 p.m at Admission is SI per person. The
! he ( en'.ennu! Center in Soulhport puprvi troupes appearance is spon
Pink\ thinks she is ,i penguin, sored by Brunswick County Parks A:
laces ihe challenge ot being different Recreation Department
FALL and WINTER CLOTHING SALE
All Suits 40% OFF
J FOR MEN
MON.-SAT. 9-7 ? SUN. 1-6
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Devine, Stanaland Wedding
Vows Exchanged At Seaside
Sandra De\ine of Sunset He ach
and Doug Stanalund ol Calabash
were united in marriage Christmas
Day at 4 p.m. in Seaside United
The Rev Jim Cochran officiated
the double-ring ceremony.
Flic !mkr o the daughter ?".! Jim
and Sara Cochran ol Suuset Beach
and is a psychology student at Sand
hills Community College in Pine
The groom is the son of Hazel
Stanaland of Calabash and is the de
veloper o) Pearl Hay I subdivision.
He graduated from Shallolle High
School and Wilmington College and
received a doctorate from Grolier ol
Given in marriage by her son.
Jerry luiSalvia. the bride wore a for
mal gown of ivory silk and beaded,
re-embroidered Alencon lace with a
sheer yoke and leg-o'-mutton
sleeves of Knglish net and beaded
re-embroidered Alencon lace ap
pliques. sweetheart neckline and
high lace collar. The fitted, elongat
ed bodice o! shirred silk taffeta end
ed with a bias flounce and flared
hemline that extended into a chapel
train. The hack featured covered
buttons and loops to the natural
waistline and a candybox bow.
Her three-tiered, elbow-length
veil of rolled-edge silk illusion with
blusher and attached ruffle fell from
an asymmetrical headband embell
ished ?ifh i spray of flowers, sprigs
<il pearls and iridescents that framed
her face on one side.
She carried a bouquet of red roses
with ivorv streamers.
Karen Stanaland of Raleigh,
daughter of the groom. was maid of
honor. She wore a formal floor
length gown of blue taffeta with a
beaded sequin Ixidice and natural
waistline. Junior bridesmaid Aman
da Wilson of Sunset Beach wore a
The groom s son. Wayne Stan
aland. was his best man; he and lut
Sals la also served as ushers.
The groom and his attendants
wore black tuxedos with tails and
blue howties and cummerbunds.
After the ceremony a reception
was held at the church.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Gatlinburg. Tenn., the newlyweds
will make their home at 171(1 Beach
Drive SW. Calabash, N.C".
MRS. STEPHEN HAGER
Dixon Chapel Is Setting
For Carlisle-Hager Vows
Tonya Carlisle of Supply became
inc Iniot t>i SicpMcn Hager, also o!
Supply in a 2 p.m. double-ring cere
mony Dec. IK at Dixon Chapel
United Methodist Church in Var
nanuown. The Kev. Robert Tilley
presided over the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Ronald Carlisle of Supply and Jan
White of Varnamtown. The bride
groom s parents are Steve and
Debbie Hager of Supply. The bride
and groom are both graduates of
West Brunswick High School.
The bride was given in marriage
by her lather and was escorted by
Matron ol honor was Renee Dil
worth. Bridesmaids were Tori Gall
oway. Kcrri Gilliam and Melanie
Robinson, .ill of the lloldcn Beach
area and all tnends ol the bride.
Steve Hager served as his son's
best man. I shers were Mike l ul
lorit. cousin ot tne bride; jay Winie,
stepfather ol the bride: and Sammy
Jacobs, friend of the groom, all of
the lloldcn Reach area.
Ashley Bennett was flower girl,
and Madison Stanlev was rint* bearer.
A reception in the church fellow
ship hal! followed the ceremony, fit
ter which the couple left for a wed
ding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C".
Town Creek VRS
Town Creek Rescue Squad will
sponsor .1 barbecue fundraising din
ner Jan. 15 beginning at II a.m.
The menu will consist of barbe
cue pork cole slaw, candied yam
and hushpuppies at $3.50 per plate.
Proceeds will benefit the rescue
Shady Oak A
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. & Ocean Isle)
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Denim Skirts $2.00
Select Group Sweaters.... $5.00
Summer Items 75% OFF
Two Wolff Tanning Beds
I O Sessions?$25
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MRS. DOUG STAXAIA XI)
First County Silver Arts
Competition Set Feb. 25
The creative expression of Performing ;irls subcategories in
iiruiiswicK v\'Uniy \>iuci tiuuiis wiii ciucic siiin in ^iou|) |iciti?rn*i<inccs in
he featured in the first "Silver Arts" dance, vocal, instrumental, comedy
competition to he held Feb. 25 at and drama.
The Centennial Center in Southport. Awards will include first place.
County residents age 55 and older People's Choice and Honorable
can either in visual arts and perform- Mention.
ing arts categories. The deadline for entering is Feb.
Visual arts subcategories includes I. Forms are available at local li
oil. acrylics, sketching, watercolor. hraries, recreation centers and at
charcoal, pastels, photography and Franklin Square Gallery
sculpture. Sponsored by the Brunswick
Entries must be the original work County Parks & Recreation Depart
of the artist and must have been ment. the competition is the artistic
completed within the last two years component of an overall senior well
of the local Senior Games qualifying ness program that includes the Senior
date of Feb. 4. Games as its athletic component.
REGISTER NOW FOR...
Line Dance Lessons (6-week session)
Begins Thursday, January 27
Bob Mullinax/lnstructor from Cowboys
Caii 754-SS84 for more information
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