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Tippet-Ham Vows Exchanged At Seaside
Penelope Antoinette Tippett of
Ocean Isle Beach and Thomas
Blaine Ham of Wilson were united
in marriage Wednesday, Dec. 29, at
4 p m al Seaside United Methodist
Church. The Rev. Jerry Lowry offi
ciated the double-ring ceremony.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father. Joseph Tippett, wore a
gown of white satin featuring pearl
and sequin fitted bodice, with drop
ped point at waistline to scallop
edge. Rosettes, sequins and pearls
embellished the puff sleeves. A
short multi-layered tulle veil on a
Juliette cap trimmed with braided
pearls and cascading roses accentu
ated the gown.
She carried a hand-tied bouquet
with pink roses, pink carnations,
daisies, blue statis, heather and fern.
Tied to the bouquet were four han
kerchiefs including her baby ker
chief; one given to her by her par
ents; one carried by her mother at
her parents' wedding; and one car
ried by her material grandmother 56
years ago. The grandmother's hand
kerchief has been carried by four
daughters, one daughter-in-law and
Priscilla Tippett. the bride's sister,
was maid of honor, and Katherine
Lyles. friend of the bride, was
bridesmaid. The attendants wore
Community Watch Program
Holds Covered Dish Supper
The Bonaparte Retreat I Com
munity Watch Program began the
new year with a well-attended cov
ered dish supper meeting in the
Hill Wetzel had the devotion.
After dinner, Rob Snyder, new
program president, introduced Don
Gates, crime prevention officcr for
the Brunswick County Sheriff's
Department, who encouraged the
group to continue with its program.
The program was organized in
November 1981 with 45 members
and the late Al Goldsmith as its first
president. The membership has
Umer officers are Sue Watts, vice
president and entertainment chair;
Marge Keller, secretary; Bev
Pegoni. treasurer; and Jeanne
Patterson, sunshine chairperson.
Members of the Waterway Art
Association will meet Wednesday,
Jan 19, at the Sunset Beach Fire
Members and prospective mem
bers are encouraged to bring their
lunch for shared time at 12:30 p.m.,
followed by the business session al
1:30 p.m., said Shirley Campbell.
Payment of yearly dues has been
extended to Jan. 31 to accommodate
those interested in participating in
the annual art show.
For more information contact
Campbell at 579-4508.
Wildflowers Are Topic
Marge Harper of Shallotte, a local
naturalist, will be the guest speaker
when the Brunswick Bird Club
meets Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 7:30
p.m. in the meeting room of Atlantic
Telephone Membership Corp.
She will show slides and speak
about wildflowers found in this area.
Anyone interested in nature and
the environment is welcome to at
tend. For more information contact
Marcia Warring, 579-9474.
Atlantic Telephone Membership
Corp. is located on N.C. 130 west of
Shell Club To Meet
The Shell Club of the South
Brunswick Islands will start the new
year with a covered dish luncheon
Tuesday, Jan. 18, at noon at the
Lockwood Folly Community Cen
Fossils will be discussed by guest
speaker Duane Varnum.
J, Tiffany Lamps
Shells ? Coral, Etc.
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MRS. THOMAS BLAINE HAM
...Penelope Antoinette Tippett
royal blue suits with floor-length
skirts and double-breasted jackets
with shawl collars.
The best man was Tom Ham. the
groom's father. Groomsmen were
Braxton Honeycutt of Wilson and
Scott Douglas of Durham, friends of
Music was provided by CJigi
Gore, pianist, anil Doreen Lowry,
vocalist. The register attendant was
Nan Newbern of Nags Head.
The bride is a psychology student
at Campbell University. She is a
1987 graduate of West Brunswick
High School. She is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Uppett of
Ocean Isle Beach.
The bridegroom is a lieutenant in
the U.S. Army. He is a 1993 Camp
bell University graduate and is cur
rently taking classes at Campbell to
ward a master's degree in business
administration. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Ham.
Following the ceremony, a recep
tion was hosted by the bride's par
ents at Sandpiper Bay Golf and
Country Club. A rehearsal dinner
was given the night before by the
groom's parents, also at Sandpiper
After a honeymoon trip to Berm
uda, the newlyweds will reside in
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The Ladies Auxiliary of Calabash VFW Post No. 72SS recently do
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office. The money represents profits from the Auxiliary's food con
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Dorothy Hoffmann, treasurer; Laney lilanton, Hospice community
relations specialist; and Frances Wrenn, concession operator.
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