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Is Celebrated In Leland
lina Elizabeth Young of Win
nabow and Burn ice Joseph Causey
Jr. til Shallotlc were united in mar
riage Dec. 4 at ft p.m. at Town Creek
Baptist Church in Leland.
The Rev. V.C Potter Jr., pastor of
the church, officiated at the double
The bride is (he daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Thomas J. Young Jr. of
Winnabou. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs Burnice Joseph Caus
ey Sr of Shallotte.
A program of wedding music was
presented by Rebecca Falor of
Iceland, pianist and friend of the
bride; I .on Schaberg of Wilmington,
violinist: and David Oh of Wilm
ington. cellist. Carolyn Young of In
land. soloist and cousin of the bride,
sang "Evergreen." "Parents Prayer."
"Theme from 'Love Story"* and
"The I ord's Prayer."
The bride was presented in mar
riage by her parents and son, Greg
ory Skipper, and was escorted by her
father and son.
She wore a beaded formal gown
of silk shantung and re-embroidered
Alencon lace. Her gown was fash
ioned with a fitted basque bodice
trimmed with re-embroidered Alen
con lace, pearls and sequins, styled
with a sheer yoke in front and back,
a lace Victorian jeweled collar and
an illusion buttoned back. The long
tapered silk and net sleeves were ac
cented with Alencon lace, pearls and
sequins in calla points closing with
bridal buttons. The A-line skirt fea
tured soft gathers on each side, and
lipping of lace at the center front.
The skirt and cathedral-length train
featured Alencon lace, pearls and se
quin cutouts, highlighted with a but
terfly bow at the back waist. Scai
loped re-embroidered lace, pearls
and sequins bordered the hemline
and train of her gown.
I"he bride wore a chapel-length
veil with double pout, accented with
pearls, which fell from a beaded tiara
accented with pearls and sequins.
She carried a cascading bouquet
of white orchids accented with pink
and white roses, baby's breath and
Missie Register of Wilmington
Served as matron of honor. Brides
maids were Christi Clemmons of
Bolivia, cousin of the bride, and
Ann Baccarny of Ash. kenlcigh
Register of Wilmington served as
flower girl. The ring bearer was
Gregory Skipper of Winnabow. son
of the bride.
Darrell Cheers of Shallotte was
best man. Groomsmen were Marion
Warren of Ash and Frank Galloway
of Bolivia, uncle of the groom.
Shirley Cumbee of Winnabow di
rected the wedding. C'indv Young of
Leland, cousin of the bride, presided
over the guest register.
The bride's parents hosted a re
ception in the church fellowship hall
following the wedding. The groom's
parents honored the bride and groom
with a rehearsal dinner on the eve of
their wedding day.
Mridal showers were given by the
Town ("reek Baptist Church Choir in
the church fellowship hall. Gerri
Cox at the office of Cox and Causey,
and April Evans, sister of the groom,
at her home.
The bride received a bachelor of
arts degree in psychology and fash
ion merchandising from Limestone
College and holds a master of sci
ence degree in home economics ed
ucation from Winthrop University.
MRS. JOSEPH CAUSEY
...Tina Elizabeth Young
The groom rcccivcd u bachelor of ney anil partner with the firm ol Cox
arts degree in economics and public and Causey in Shallotte.
policy from Duke University and Following a honeymoon cruise
holds a juris doctorate from the through the Western Caribbean and
University of North Carolina at Mexico, the couple returned to re
Chapei Iiiil. He is a practicing attor- side in Winnabow.
Local Parents Announce Births
Rnines son L?n8woot' have announced
the birth ot a sun KlovH Kashard
David and Sarah Raines of Patterson.
Bolivia have announced the birth of He arrived at The Brunswick
a son. Christian Bryan Raines, Feb. Hospital Feb. IK at 7:57 p.m., 6
10 at The Brunswick Hospital in pounds in weight and 19 inches
Born at 11:30 p.m.. Christian Grandparents arc William and Ida
weighed 7 pounds, 10/: ounces, and Moody of Longwood and Rochelle
was 20 inches long. Patterson of Longwood. l^aura
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rowers, also of Longwood, is his
Keith Sellers of Bolivia and Mr. and great-grandmother.
Mrs. John Raines of Boiling Spring ? ? i
Great grandparents are Mr. and Tanya Hales and Steve Holmes of
Mrs. I'haxton Sellers o! Bolivia, Supply are the parents of a daughter,
llenc Inman of Ash and Daphne Teonia Shiann Holmes.
Raines of Winston-Salem. Born Feb. 19 at 7:19 a.m. in The
Pnt+orc^n Brunswick Hospital, she was 19
? Q??G. wvM inches long and weighed b pounds,
Maria Daniels and Floyd Patter- 6 ounces.
Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Great-grandparents are Mr. and
iVinnv s. Hales o* Supply and Mr. Mr'.. Jesse C. ofSupply, Jesse P.
and Mrs. Adolph Holmes Sr. of Hales of Fayctteville and Harry Bell
Shallottc. of Shallotte.
Head Start Recruiting Children
The Head Start program of Four- County Community Services.
County Community Services is re- Applications are being accepted
cruiting Brunswick County children daily from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the
who will be ages 3 and 4 by school Piney Grove Head Start Center in
entry date, Oct. 16. Bolivia and the Longwood Head
Head Start is a federally funded Start Center on Mount Zion Road,
program designed to help break the For more information, contact one
cycle of poverty by providing pre- of the following:
school children of low-income lami- ?I'incy Grove Head Start Center,
lies with a program to meet the chil- 71 N. Piney Grove Rd., Unit 1, Boli
dren's emotional, social, health, nu- via NC 28422,(910)253-8155 or
tritional and psychological needs, ?! xingwood Head Start Center,
according to Lucille L. Olige, social Mount Zion Road, Longwood NC
services coordinator for Four- 28452, (910)287-3637.
Thursday, February 24
John Flctcher Frink. I ran 1 loldcn,
Mattic luirainc Williams. Amy
Suggs. Leigh Whitfield: Mr. and
fviis. J.B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. An
thony S. Carr.
Friday, February 25
Jessica Lena Upchurch. Marilyn
Tripp. Allison Keill, InaBeth l.an
caster. Avis Braddock.
Saturday, February 26
Nadine Clemmons. Andrea Ful
ford, Elbert Jackson, Oneal Stanley,
Diane Davis, Johnny Singletary,
Marilyn Swain, Caroline Sputts.
Wilton Harrelson; Kenneth and
Sarah (Inman) Pritt
Sunday. February 27
Malorci Smith. Chaunda Norris,
For Booth Space
Hie l.ittle River (S.C.) Chamber
of Cuiiiinerce is accepting applica
tions for the 13th annual Blue Crab
Festival to be held May 14-15.
The Blue Crab Festival is a juried
arts and crafts show with 120 spaces
available. It attracts more than
40,(XH) to the waterfront of l.ittle
The festival features arts and
crafts, food and continuous enter
tainment It has been voted a "Top
2d Uvcnt" by the Southeast Tourism
Society and has been voted "Best
f-esti\al on the Beach.
The lee lor a 10-by-10-foot space
is $100, which includes a $15 nonre
fundable jury In. the application
deadline is March 10
Artists and craftspeople interested
in participating should contact the
l.ittle River Chambci of Commerce,
P.O. Box 826, Utile River SC
29566, (803) 249-6604.
AT SHALLOTTE POINT
On Sale At
days And Anniversaries
Danny Stanley, Wayne Johnson. Ja- Juiii Dorinski. Reeda Lynn Frink,
cob Tyler Hewett, Mendal Watts Jr. Sophie Russ. Meredith Arnold. Dav
Michael Russ . is Milligan. Dwight Reeves, Carolyn
Monday, February 28 Smigiel. John Truesdale II. Vicki
Biyihc Buiier. Mary joyce, Ryan Marshall; Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry
Cooper, Calvin Boykins, Ixna White, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kirby Jr.,
Flowers, lid Holden, Jill I rink. Jim- Richard and Faye Stocking,
my Register. J. Frank Williamson. Wednesday, March 2
Alton Milliken, Steve Brinsfield. Darius Kepley, Eugene l-ancaster,
Lou Thomas. Phyllis Kuhnemann, Charles Reynolds. Brenda Rabon,
Gene Winfree; J.C. and Eileen Car- Bunny Nolan, Talmadge Gregory,
lisle. Roger Dale Meadows; Mr. and Mrs.
Tuesday, March 1 Gene Kinlaw.
February 27 V
Mike and Bethanna
Come meet the
and bring this Buy one entree
half price coupon! regular price
Valid Feb. 24-26,
coupon required. entree of equal or
and get second
ntree of equal o
Open Thurs. Fri. & Sat. 5-9 pm.
Enjoy your favorite beer and wine.
On the waterway at Holden Beach
Now taking applications
for summer Jabs
Glad you are so happy!
Love, Your Sister
Beach Wheelchair Is Goal
The South Brunswick Islands per person.
Speaks To Rotary
Pilot Club and the Shallottc Walmart
are sponsoring a drawing for a $100
shopping spree in a fundraiser Jerry Dove, Democratic candidate
whose goal is to provide beach ac- | ij for Brunswick
cess wheelchairs for area beaches. f | County sheriff,
beginning with Ocean Isle. f l'3 was guesi
The club will sell tickets at the a speaker for the
Shallotte Wal mart store beginning "T*1* ^ ] South Bruns
I eb. 25 and then each Saturday p ^ a wick islands
thereafter from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. + f I Rotary Club
Tickets can also be purchased from ^ breakfast Feb.
Walmart sales associates during reg- ^ 18.
ular shopping hours. Dove, a re
Thalian Tour Planned
DOVE North Carolina
A tour of Thalian Hall Center is Highway Patrol officer and a native
planned lor the next meeting of the North Carolinian, told the group
Town Creek Senior Citizens. about his background and commit
The group will meet for lunch on ment to community law cnforce
Thursday, March 3, at the Sandpiper ment. then answered Rotarians'
Seafood and Steak House in Leland questions.
at 11:30 a.m. In other business, the club heard a
Club members will then drive to report on the success of a luncheon
Thalian ll.ill Center in Wilmington it prepared for some 40 exhibitors at
for a lour, which will take between the recent Job Fair at Brunswick
60 and 90 minutes. The cost is $2.50 Community College.
WOW Names Lodge For Russ
Members of Shallotte Woodmen
of the World Lodge No. IfiO voted
Monday to name their new quarters
the C'. Michael Russ Lodge Mali.
Kuss. a resident of Shallotte and
retired teacher, has been active in
the lodge for approximately 30
years. Me put in many hours super
vising the financial and building as
pects of renovating a building on
Commerce Street in Shallotte into a
new lodge hall.
Approximately KHI people attend
ed the Feb. 21 covered dish supper
and meeting conducted by President
Kila I.ong. Music was provided by
The Altarmen, a local gospel group.
Hie Community Assistance/ Mat
ching Funds Committee approved
donations to the J. lid Williams
W.O.W. Youth Camp at Ft. Barn
well. the California Earthquake
DiSd&ivi i und and a bone marrow
screening project planned by the
National Vocational-Technical Hon
or Society o Brunswick Community
The Youth Lodge is taking appli
cations for a volunteer youth direc
tor. The next youth meeting will he
Saturday. March 12, at 10 a.m. at the
The Nursing Home Committee
will holds its next nursing home par
ty Sunday, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m. at
Cardinal Care Nursing Home in
Shallotte, with all lodge members
invited, said field representative
The next lodge meeting is March
21 at 7 p.m. at the lodge hall.
accessory rentals \
Shady Oak '
Floral Delivery & Wire Service
V.j Hwy. !"9 i Hi'iwwn Sunset
A; Ocean Isle)
^ "We fit your lifestyle."
Ladies Apparel, Accessories & Gifts
Twin Creek (Food Lion) Plaza, Shallotte
(y 10)754-7:100 ? Mon.-Sat. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Br u nswjck County Sc hoo[s
Pre-Ki ndergarten Program
Brings a Teacher
to Your Home
line Chapter I Home-Based
Pre-K Program offers
in the home for H-yr.-old
^ children who qualify.
Please call for more information.
754-9282, fxf. I 32
Patricia W. Ward, Chapter I Director