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\1K. AND MRS. DOM AID JOSEPH GATES
...Donna Allium Postlewait
Postlewait- Gates Vows
Spoken In Ash Ceremony
Donna Allison Postlewait became West Brunswick High School and
the Inidc of Donald Joseph Gates in UNC-Wilmington with a major in
a 2 p.m ceremony Jan. 15 at the history. He served as an officer with
home of the groom's parents in Ash. the 24th Infantry Division during
The bride is the daughter of Diane Operation Desert Storm and is cur
and Anthony Lambert of North rently a police officer with the
Myrtle Beach. S.C. Raleigh Police Department.
Donald Gates, the grot mi's father. The bride is a graduate of
served as best man for his son. and Steubcnvillc High School in Ohio
the bode's mother served as matron and is employed as an assistant man
of honor for her daughter. The cere- ager with a retail clothing firm in
mony was performed by Magistrate Durham.
Sherill Hughes. After the ceremony, the couple
The bridegroom is a graduate of left for their home in North Raleigh.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, March 10
Michael Inman. Kay-Maya Jen
rctlc. Gertrude Morris, Becky Hall,
( lirislina BrcAnne Evans. Denise
Ash. Lisa Powell. Becky Singieion.
Bradley Pulley, Jessica Nicohole
Price. Videll White, Annie Ruth
Bennett. Latty Stanley. Barry Hold
en Ricky Babson, Peggy Clem
mons. C luteal C'ox, Jess Singletary,
James l' Russ. Jessie Rcdwine. Bre
Anna Evans; George & Brenda
Strickland. Mark & Theresa Regis
ter. John and Gerri McGowan. Phil
and Kathv Tysinger. Harry and
Friday, March 11
Jean Tilley, Ella Hewett, Chad
Benjamin Huffman. Rachel Swain,
Sahrina Parrish. St ace y Hewett. Patti
Kinlaw, John Mang, Samantha Frink
Lewis. Phvllis l^eigh. Stacey Hew
ett. Colin McCoy. R.D. White IV.
Pal Barber. Carolyn Roberts, David
B. kanoy Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. James
Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Page,
Mr. and Mrs. Benny l.udlum.
Saturday, March 12
Delores Gray, Lois I'odd, Mic
helle Henry. Sheene Patrice Roberts,
Deloris buki. Frank Worrell. I^irry
Cox. Robbie Gurganus, Jan Cole;
I arr\ <.V Linda Anderson, Carl &
Saundra Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Sunday, March 13
Shannon Carlisle, Steve Chandler,
Peggy Gibson, ( orbit Reaves, Nich
olas Keith Smith, Murrel Ixnnon,
Wanda Bradsher. Brandy Blackmon,
( indy Covil, Carol Inman.
Monday, March 14
Soni Tilley, Brent Tyndall James
Gore, Georgia Hewett, Rebekah
Phelps. Debbie Ix-mon, Mary Hem
miway, Joev Stanley, William
Mugge. Cathcy Stanley, Todd Mor
ton. Ilorrace Stanley. Doug Hewett.
Billy Varnam. Matthew John Russ.
Harold Britt, Debbie Hewett; Mark
& Rhonda Jones.
Tuesday, March 15
Bobby Norton, Mary !x*e Bryant.
Blanchie Gore. Dixie Phillips.
DaQuiece Tyron Sparrow, Debbie
Chestnut, Gary Price, Jay Callender,
Melissa Russ. Mr. and Mrs T.C.
Struiipe. Mr. and Mrs. John Craig.
Wednesday, March 16
Marsha Faison, Carol Gave But
ler. James l'. Hewett, Kathryn Ld
wards. Rencc Johnson. Mike Link
ous. Biiiy Johnston. Nancy Daniels.
Donna Kirby. Robin Bolton. Justin
Hughes. Ann Marie Woodard. Re
nee Russ. Dr. Michael McCullough;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Causev.
To Wed Local Mon
Wayne and Frieda I'liillips of
Newport, Ore., have announc
ed the forthcoming marriage of
their daughter, keely Deaninn
I'liillips of llolden Beach, to
William John Norton. The
groom is the son of Willie and
Yvonne Norton of Hidden
licach, i he wedding will he
Saturday, April 16, at 6 p.m. at
Camp United Methodist
( hurch in Shallotte.
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Stanley-Green Wedding Takes
Place In Duke University Chapel
I .irissii Stanley and MichacI
Green were united in marriage Jan.
15 at 4 p.m. in Duke University
Chapel by the Rev. Susan D. brinks.
I he bride is the daughter of
Danny and Gave Stanley of Shal
lotte. The bridegroom is the son of
Roger and Brenda Green of Glas
l"he bride was given in marriage
In her son. Matthew Babson. She
wore a formal white taffeta wedding
gown trimmed with a fringe of deli
cate pearls and fashioned with hand
beaded. scquined bodice that ex
tended to a deep V-back. Her lace
edged skirt bustled at the waistline
and swept into a chapel train deco
rated with lace motifs. She carried a
cascading bouquet of red roses ac
cented with baby's breath.
Attending the bride as maid of
honor was Samantha Lewis of
Supply. She wore a long black satin
gown trimmed in white and carried
a bouquet of long-stemmed white
Timothy Berry of Kalamazoo.
Michigan, was the best man and
wore a formal black tuxedo with
cummerbund, bow tie and tails.
Ushers were Keith Stanley, broth
er of the bride, and Timothy Green,
brother of the groom, both of
Raleigh. The register attendant was
Vieki Britt of Clayton.
Music was provided by Duke or
ganist Dr. David Arcus, and the
wedding was directed by Taylor
A dinner reception was held at
Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club
with live entertainment provided by
Jesse Johnson of Sanford. After the
reception, the couple left on a wed
ding trip to Nassau. Bahamas, and
The bride is a graduate of Wake
Tech with an associate degree in sci
ence and is currently employed by
Rex Hospital of Raleigh as a radio
The bridegr(K>m is a graduate of
the University of Michigan with a
bachelor's degree in mechanical en
gineering. He is employed by Cater
pillar Inc. of Clayton and is near
completion of his master's in busi
ness administration at Duke Uni
versity's Fuqua School of Business.
Events prior to the wedding in
cluded a shower for the bride, given
by friends from Rex's Radiology
Department on Dec. 11 and a re
hearsal dinner, hosted by the
groom's parents, on Jan. 14.
The couple will make their home
July Wedding Planned
Donald and Ivy Gates of Ash have announced the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Ivy Irene Gates, to Patrick
DostaI of Omaha, Nebraska. Miss Gates is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. K.T. Bliss of Ash and Ivy and Dalton Best, also of
Ash. She is a graduate of West Brunswick High School and is a se
nior at VNC-Wilnungton majoring in criminal justice. Her fiance
is a noncommissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps
currently serving with the Sixth Fleet in Somalia. The wedding is
planned for July at Saint James Church in Shallotte.
GED Tests Offered In March
Brunswick Community College at 11 a.m.
will offer GED, or high-school equi- Students may enter CCD classes
valency, tests throughout March. at BCC at any lime. Individual assis
BCC tests, except for the writing tance in preparing for the GED is al
test, v. ill he given at the BCC main so available at the college's learning
campus on U.S. Business 17 north lab on the main campus. The learn
of Supply March 8 at 5 p.m. and ing lab is open from 8 a.m. until 8
March 15 at 1 p.m. p.m. Mondays. Wednesdays and
The same test will be offered at Thursdays; on Tuesdays from 8 a.m.
BCC's Southport campus on North until 7 p.m.; and on Fridays from 8
Ijord Street Thursday, March 17, at a.m. until I p.m.
5 p.m. and at BCC's Leland campus F or more information, call BCC
in Leland Industrial Park March 16 at 754-6900, Extension 334.
New Arrival Announced
Kevin Ncal and Sharon Diane Maternal grandparents are Robert
Iiughes have announced the birth of and l.inda I'luegel of Shallotte.
llie tirst child, a daughter, Meredith Paternal grandparents are N. Vardell
Gillian. Hughes Si. and Johnnie Mae
She was born at 6:03 p.m. March Hughes of Ash.
I at l orsyth Memorial Hospital in Maternal great-grandmother is
Winston-Salem, weighing pounds, Florence Coleman of Massachusetts,
one-hall" ounce and measuring 2IM Paternal great-grandmother is Ettie
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MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL E. GREEN
Charlotte Symphony Set
To Perform In Whiteville
Pianist Sharvn Hdwards will be son ticket or by single ticket at the
soloist for George Gershwin's door. Ticket cost is $5 for students
"Rhapsody in Blue" in a March 29 and senior citizens, $6 for others,
concer with the Charlotte Symphony Students who bring a note from a
^ Lordy, Lordy ^
Orchestra. teacher will be admitted for Si
The concert, sponsored by the
Southeastern Oratorio Society, be
gins at 8 p.m. in Bowers Cultural
A piano instructor al Southeastern
Community College for the past 15
years. Edwards was a touring artist
for the N.C. Touring Program of the
N.C. Arts Council in 19lX) and 1W1.
She is a candidate for the music doc
toral program at the University of
South Carolina. She also directs the
annual piano festival at Southeastern
The program will include Ros
sini's "Overture to William Tell,"
Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet
Overture: Fantasy" and Borodin's
Admission to the concert is by
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