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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, May 19, 1994, Page PAGE 2-B, Image 10

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Epgj m/? ^ \ M MRS. ROBERT WAYNE ROBINSON JR ... Rhonda Lynn Cameron | Cameron-Robinson Wedding l Celebrated In Roanoke Rapids 1 Rhonda Lynn Cameron of Roanoke Rapids and Robert Wayne Robinson Jr. of Supply were united in marriage April 23 in a private cer emony at the home of Kenneth and Melody Hux in Roanoke Rapids. The bride is the daughter and step-daughter of Joy and John Crut h field Jr. of Roanoke Rapids. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Robinson Sr. of Supply The Rev. Ken Arlington conduct ed the 2 p.m. ceremony, with Beth Godwin serving as soloist. Given in uuuiiagc by her step-fa ther. the bride wore a floor-length contemporary gown of white tina satin. The fitted bodice was de signed with a basque waistline and fitted puffed elbow sleeves overlaid wiih white iace etched with seed pearls and sequins. The full skirt was fashioned with a graduated hrmlinr and an nv>U(li*nrH nryn^ti at the back of the bodice was adorned with a white satin puffed bow attached at the neckline and an other full French how attached a! the waistline. She carried a bouquet of white and red satin roses accented with pearls and ribbons. Renee Robinson, sister of the bridegroom, served as the bride's maid of honor. Serving the bride groom as best man was his father, with the bride's brother, Tony Cam eron, serving as groomsman. Mist ress of ceremonies was Melody Hux. The bride, a 1990 graduate of Roanoke Rapids High School, is currently attending Halifax Com munity Coiiege. pursuing a degree in business administration, and wiii continue her education in Wil mington. The bridegroom graduated in 1985 from West Brunswick High School arid is currently employed with Lockwood Folly Forest Pro ducts in Supply. The couple will make their home in Bolivia. A reception, hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hux, was held at their home after the ceremony. The wed ding cake was cut and served by Amv Nr>u/>*ll and mini-h was mmred | - ? / * ? ? 1 ? ? r K by Wanda Boseman. Goodbyes were said to Woody and Beth Godwin. The bridal couple, their parents 2nd out-of-town guests were hon ored at a social on the eve of the wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hux. with Woody and Beth Godwin serving as hosts. Birthdays And Anniversaries Thursday, May 19 Jennifer Kirby, Frank Brantley. Eric Trod, Jonathan Kepley, Dot Hadley, Emily Gore, Melissa Carol Hulett, Brenda Redwine; Marie & Archie Caison. Friday, May 20 Bob Brown, Lori Deboise, Jessica Greenwood, Nicole Norris; Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Lott, D.D. & Cloteal Co*. Jim A r?w?? Lsvc, p~" ? and Judy Griffin. Saturday, May 21 Doris Register. Kyle Jones, Doris Rabon, Tracey Henry, Hampton Pcele, Janice Hewett, Frances Gray, Morgan Tiffany Nobles, Gabriel Elliott Hux, Gina Berry; Gary A Kathy Ross, Larry A Sondra Ganus. Saaday, May 22 Glenn FarreU, Donna Salmon, Cieoffry Benton, William Chadwick Floyd, Brooke Ellen Watson, Patricia O'Neal; James R. and Nancy Ben nett, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Miiliken, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H. Bellamy. Moaday, May 23 Becky Kirtley, Charles Locke, Doug Keill, Mildred Dickeraon, Jared Allan McDowell, Cal Batson, Kathy Clemmons, Thomas Miles, Cathy Lockkar, Stephanie Limer, Beth Willis, Jason Woodard, Eliza beth Gray; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caison, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ikwctt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gore. Tuesday, May 24 Rebecca Marie Ladson. John Keith Hewett. Casey Reeves, Dr. i.B. Greenwood Jr., Brenda Clem Shady Oak Florist Delivery A Wire Service 1-800-352-5375 (910)579-6715 Hwy 179 (Between Sunset * Ocean Isle) mons, Vicki Jones, Leo Johnson Jr.; John Howard and Eva Gore. Mr. and Mrs. J. Alan Holden, Mr. and Mrs. Steve S troupe. Wednesday, May 25 Miracic Smith. Patrick Hughes, G. Gregg Babson. Anita Gales. Stephanie Long, Allen Kirby, Bruce Pope, Keith Smith, Juanita Hewett. Steve Freitas, Jamie Hewett, Can die: BrccUc S.T.iui, rnui juncs. Ida Mae Hamilton, Tim Carter, Bill Waples, Deborah Swartz; Mr. and Mrs. Milton N. Harper, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Parker Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Cheers, Jeff and Angela Blum. Blood Pressure Screenings Set Free blood pressure screenings will be provided by the Brunswick County Health Department at three locations Saturday, May 21. The screenings will be held at the Wilson Supermarkets in Shallotte, South port and Leland from 9 a.m. until noon, said public health educa tor Jan Reichenbach. Happy 1st Birthdav C.J. Love, Mom, Dad, Andy 8c Josh Area Births Announced Phelps Gary and Beth Pnelps of Holdcn Beach have announced the birth of a son. Gary Taylor Phelps, at 9:44 p.m. April 26 at New Hanover Re gional Medical Center. He weighed I pound. 6 ounces. He joins a brother. Drake. Grandparents are Hinton and Betty Fulford of Holden Beach and Billy and Eunice Phelps of Supply. Woods Richard and Sylvia "Semone" Woods of Raleigh have announced !h? birth c? 2 daughter, Sav^ssh Grace Woods, at 4: 1 4 p.m. May 4 in Raleigh She weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and was 20.75 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Zola and Wilton Woods of Seaside. Maternal grandparents are Lourene and Fred Rigsbee of Charleston. SC. Home Keithan and Trade Home of Thomasboro have announced the birth of a daughter. Kacey Fallon Home, t 3:18 p.m. April 14 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Wilmington. She weighed seven pounds, 13 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents arc Harry and Sandy Pigott of Shallotte Point, Kenneth Home of Calabash and e ? i- ? l r... auaiv vJiiuw ui v^iiauaaai. jivp grandparents arc Dale Snow and Brcnda Home. Great-grandparents arc Virginia Mintz of Shallotte. hdith Pigott of Shallotte Point and Sabrina Star of Holden Beach. Lessie Hardee of Hickman's Crossroads is Kacey 's great-great-grandmother. -2JSS MR. AND MRS. TIM LEE DICKSON ...Tammy Kathleen Hewett Hewett- Dickson Ceremony Takes Place In Dillon, S.C. Tammy Kathleen Hewett and Tim Lee Dickson, both of Supply, were united in marriage in a double-ring ceremony May 8 at 4 p.m. in The n. i ~t run. - c r< iviiuiMgv v/iiopvi ui lymvtl, The bride is the daughter of Albert C. and Lila C. Hewett of Supply. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Spencer of ShaHotte Point. The bride was given in marriage and escorted by her niece, Bridget Ann Hines of *?nnnlv H? artriwiantc r r -j ? were Colene Hewett, mother of the bride, of Supply; Sandy Hewett, sis ter of the bride, of Supply; and Tammy Lynn Hewett, daughter of the bride, of Supply. Other local family members at tending were the groom's sisters. Sherry Millard of Ocean Isle Beach, Alta Spence of Grisscttown and Tammy Todd of Supply. Steve Hines of Supply served as best man. Dairy Queen WELCOME TO THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF "DAIRY QUEEN*" SPECIAL Blizzard $2.29 (Good May 19-25) Serving real ice cream and fresh fn lit topping since 1950. Shallotte Plaza 570 1 E. Oak Island Dr. Shallotte ? 754-2545 Long Beach *278-5371 j THE ? LEGACY ? LIVES ? ON The Legacy Boys' High School Class Ring In 10K Yellow Gold Two-Tone. 3 WEEK DELIVERY /IRJC7IRVED N CLASS RINGS OFF? ENDS MAY 31, 1994 $199 SAVE OVER *75 So??* rmlrtcttom mmy eo&r Sm JmI ?' to/ deilH BRING THIS AO Tripp's Jewel Shop "Quality A Service Is Our Trademark' 4910 Main Street ? Shallotte ? (910)754-6807 MRS. JOHN ALLEN WHITE ..Deborah Burns Atwood A+vA/nori -\A/h ifo Vnwc ^nnlron m ma ? f ? ? ? ? ? ? ? r ? ? May 7 In The Chapel At Rest Deborah Burns Atwood and John Allen White were united in marriage fviay 7 in a 3:50 p.m. ccfcfifioriy ai The Chapel At Rest in Patterson. The Rev. GarTett Dawson per formed the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of I ?*nnita Qrawt of Semora and Nevill Burns of Bryson City. The groom is the son of Hilda White and the late C.D. White of Sunset Beach. The bride, given in marriage by her son, Tom Steven Atwood, and daughter, Rae Lynn Atwood, wore a candlelight gown of peau de soi. The chapel-length gown was topped with a seeded pearl bodice and a fin gertip illusion veil caught into a juli et wreath of ivory flowers. She car ried a bouquet of purple and laven der lilacs accented with ivy and satin ribbon. Lisa D. Boycr, auni of (he bride, of Gary, was maid of honor. The groom's best man was his brother, OurV Whit. Q White, broihei of the groom, and Charles Graves, stepfather of the bride, served as ushers. A program of wedding music on the hammer dulcimer was presented by Joe Shannon of Boone. Ann White, sister of the groom, was vo calist and also presided a! the guest register. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the chapel bell was ning by Justin and Kristen White, niece and nephew of the groom. The re ception was held on the grounds of The Chapel At Rest. The bride is a graduate of Western Carolina University and is employed by Sealed Air Corporation as a packaging lab technician. The groom is a graduate of UNC- Wilm ington and is employed by the Cald well Countv Department of Social Services as a social worker for the Communities in Schools program. 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