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MRS. DAVID JOSEPH STAN ALAND JR.
...Wendy MicheU Stroud
Are Spoken In Four Oaks
Wendy Michcle Stroud became
the bride of David Joseph Stanaland
Jr. in a May 7 ceremony at Four
Oaks Methodist Church in Four
Oaks. The Rev. Joey Yow officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Bobby and Sandra Stroud of Albert
son. She is a graduate of South
Lenoir High School and earned her
bachelor's degree from Barton Col
lege. She is a senior customer ser
vice representative with Associates
Financial Service in Garner.
Her grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Grady Sr. of Deep
The bridegroom is the son of Da
vid and Gtenda Stanaland of Sunset
Beach and the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Stanaland of Ash and Mr.
and Mrs. G.C. Kelly of Lillington.
He earned his bachelor's degree
from East Carolina University and is
a personal loan officer for Four
Oaks Bank and Trust.
Wedding music was provided by
organist Sherry Baysa and vocalists
Kerry Jo Mozingo and Debbie
Elam. Wedding director was Mary
Lynn Massengill and register atten
dant was Melissa R. Grady.
The bride, given in marriage by
ber parents and escorted by her fa
ther, wore a formal gown of satin
with fitted bodice beaded in pearls
and sequins with pearl droplets. The
V, off-the-shoulder neckline was
outlined in pearls. A candy box bow
with pearl clusters accented with
waistline. The full floor-length skirt
was adorned with garlands of lace
and beaded lace motifs. The semi
cathedral train was etched in beaded
She chose a brim hat of satin and
embroidered Chantilly lace. A satin
bow with pearl clusters and sequins
adorned the brim. Double layers of
rolled edge illusion with a pouff in
the back fell to the fingertips.
She canicd a lacc -covered Bible
with a bouquel of white roses, ba
bies breath and white streamers.
Maid of honor was Tammy
Outlaw. Bridesmaids were Kelly
Stanaland. sister of the groom,
Jennifer Bennett and Candi Murphy.
The groom's father served as best
man. Ushers were Mark Stroud,
brother of the bride, Tony Geouge,
Michael Price and David Daughton.
The bride's parents hosted a re
ception after the ceremony at Four
Oaks Methodist Church Fellowship
Hall. Judy Grady and Sarah Hipp,
aunts of the bride and groom, re
spectively, served cake and punch,
along with Beverly Grady. Willard
Grady Jr., Johnny and Kav Hatch
A rehearsal dinner was hosted by
the groom's parents.
Other pre-nuptial parties were
eiven bv frinvh of ?h#? omnm at
w ? ? gr ? ? ? ?
Sunset Beach, the ladies of Four
Oaks Methodist Church and em
ployees of Four Oaks Bank and
The Brunswick County Literacy
Council will conduct a tutor training
workshop Friday, July 22, from 6
9:30 p.m. and continuing on
Saturday, July 23, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The 10-hour workshop will famil
iarize participants with the Laubach
Way to Reading, a phonics-based
method of teaching reading. The
workshop is free, but participants
should bring a bag lunch for the
The workshop will be held at the
Literacy Council office in Supply.
Trainer will be Joan Altman.
Call 754-7323 or 1 -800-A9A-7323
to pre- register
Battleship July 4 Observance
To Include Sound, Light Show
Fireworks will be launched from
the USS North Carolina Battleship
Memorial on Monday, July 4 at 9
Although the fireworks will be
visible over the Cape Fear River be
tween Wilmington's Riverfront Park
and the battleship, patrons of the
Independence Day presentation of
the battleship's Sound and Light
Spectacular, "The Immortal Show
boat," will have grandstand seats.
Ticket-holders for the outdoor dra
ma will see the Fireworks display
from the same stands built to accom
modate sound and light show audi
"The Immortal Showboat" will
begin about 20 minutes after the
fireworks. The presentation tells the
battleship's story through voice, mu
sic. sound effects and lights. Special
effects include 2<>mm and 40mm an
tiaircraft gunFire, the blast of flame
of large Five-inch and 16-inch guns.
Check Our R. ires'
and a simulated torpedo explosion.
Admission fees to the sound and
light show are $3.50 for those age
12 and older, $1.75 for children 6-11
and free for those S and younger.
Vows Are Said At Lefties Grove
Shelly Venicc Ludlum and Tony
Bradford Cheers were united in mar
riage in a 4 p.m. ceremony June 18
in the Lettic's Grove Pentecostal
Freewill Baptist Church of Shallotte.
The Rev. Herman Absher officiat
ed the double -ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benny Ludlum and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Simmons of Supply. She is
the granddaughter of Mr. and Ma
Walker Lancaster of Supply. She
earned the bachelor of arts degree in
intermediate education at UNC
wiimmgton and is a fourth-grade
teacher at Supply Elementary School.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Billy Cheers of Shallotte.
He is the grandson of Mrs. Madie
Cheers, also of Shallotte. He earned
the bachelor of science degree in
business at UNC- Wilmington and is
a staff accountant for W. Davis
Milligan, CPA, of Shallotte.
The bride was escorted by her fa
ther and given in marriage by her
parents. She wore a white raw silk
Shantung gown accented with reem
broidered French alencon lace, clus
tered pearls and beads. The gown
featured a scalloped neckline, fitted
bodice and leg-o-mutton sleeves ac
cented with lace insets. The full skirt
was complemented by a back bow
clustered with pearls and beads. The
skirt and chapel train were edged
with a deep band of heavily beaded
Her veil was a halo of French silk
illusion with sprays of pearls and
beads She carried a bouquet of
white roses, staigazei Kites and
Italian niskis eucalyptus.
Maid of honor was Tracey Sim
mons of Elizabethtown. Other atten
dants were Beverly Butler, sister of
the groom, and Kim Cheers, sister
in-law of the groom, both of Shal
lotte; Jennifer Cooke of Charlotte;
Jennifer VanSteen of Supply; and
Gennie Madison of Ocean Isle
Beach. They wore gowns of black
Shantung accented with braided V
neck, off-the-shoulder bodices. The
To Wed July 8
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Franck
of Southport have announced
the engagement and forthcom
ing marriage of their daughter,
Molly Conover Franck, to Rus
tic Laine Jones. The groom -
elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ronnie H. Jones of Leland. A
private ceremony is planned
for July 8. A reception for the
couple will be held July 9 at the
Southport Community. Friends
and relatives of the couple are
invited to the reception.
MRS. TONY BRADFORD CHEERS
..Shelly Venice Ludlum
dropped-waist gowns were gently
pleated to full-length straight skiits.
The attendants carried bouquets of
stargazer lilies with babies breath
Honorary attendants were Kelly
Barefoot and Kim Galloway, step
sisters of the bride, both of Supply;
La Do ana Bollinger, cousin of the
bride, of Chapel Hill: Reeina Car
roll, cousin of the bride, of Wilm
ington; Karen Cooper and Jeanette
Marshall, both of Shallotte.
The groom's father was his best
man. Other groomsmen were Barry
Cheers and Bryan Cheers, brothers
of the groom, and Tom Butler,
brother-in-law of the groom, all of
Shallotte; Terry Ludlum and Keith
Ludlum, brothers of the bride, both
of Supply. The groom and grooms
men wore double-breasted black
tuxedos with tapered black pleated
formal trousers, bow ties and white
Flower girl, Blythe Butler, niece
of the groom, wore a gown of white
Shantung vyj?h ~i~! SICCVCS mid
full-length skirt accented with bows
at the hemline. She carried a white
lace basket with petals. Ringbearer
Nicholas Butler, nephew of the
groom, wore a black tuxedo with a
white rose boutonniere.
Music for the ceremony was pro
vided by Sandy Duran, organist and
vocalist, and Freddie Hickman and
Phyllis James, vocalists. Other par
ticipants were Gretta Galloway at
tending the register, and Gee Gee
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents hosted a reception at
Lock wood Folly Clubhouse with
musk by the Cross Roads Band.
The couple will reside at Forest
Hills, H olden Beach, upon their re
turn from a western Caribbean hon
Prior to the wedding the bride was
guest of honor at a drop-in shower
hosted by Kay Haddock, Madie
Roach and Kim Cheers at Lockwood
Community Building in Supply.
A lingerie shower was given by
Beverly Butler and Kim Cheers at
the Butler residence in Shallotte.
A miscellaneous shower was giv
en by the students and parents of the
bride's fourth-grade class at Supply
A bridal pauty brunch was hosted
by Kim Galloway and Kelly Bare
foot at the Barefoot residence at
Lockwood Folly Golf Links.
The couple was honored with a
dinner party by Davis and Cathy
Milligan at Tavern on the Tee. Sea
On the eve of the wedding, the
groom's parents hosted a rehearsal
dinner at the Lockwood Folly club
Sandy Creek Sets
Fciindsrs Duy .**.uq. o
Sandy Creek residents are spon
soring a Founders Day program
There will be concessions, car
club, entertainment and more. Craf
tcrs interested in participating may
get information by calling Mel
Canady at (910)655-2363.
Thursday, June 30
Rose Mary Vavro, Christy
Thorpe, Ashley Parker, Heather
Leuse Shook, Christy McLean,
Christina Register, Helen Stone,
Ellen Wilson Watson, Denny Ellis;
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Ward, Lyn and
Judy Holdcn. Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Corbit Reaves.
Friday, July 1
Meghan Lynn Young, Druied Ro
berson, Mark Phelps, Josefa Wil
liams, Buster Causey, Jessica Fuller,
Andrew Frink Sr., Mike Johnston,
Samantha Johnston, Doris Mintz,
Wendy Dawn Hewett, Traci Wil
liams, Joshua Paul Hardee, Kelly
Carter, Junior White, Gregg Hewett,
Heather Hope Branch. Jay Howard,
Sheri Ellis; David and Mary Daw
?05. Bob "!?d Tnrw Williamson.
Saturday, July 2
Sandra Hall, Audie Phelps, Orbie
Eugene Inman, Mike Blandino, Jen
ny Rogers, Jeffrey Allen Gooch,
Charlie O. Holdcn. Toni Benton,
Ruth Kye, Chowan Simmons, Jona
than Carlisle, Dannie Sheffield,
April Pigott; Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Leggett, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pigott,
Tim and Susan Gibble.
Sunday, July 3
Elton Hcwctt, Vernon Payne,
Lynne May, Motelle Knight, Kelly
Baxley, Porter Sing, Jeanne Z. King;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker, Mr. and
Mrs. Dellie Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
Monday, July 4
Mike King, Susan Phelps Hewctt,
Jerry D. Lewis, Brian Thomas Furr,
Mary Thomas Belmore, Chris
Robinson, Suzann Schutte, Melissa
Cheers, Lou Banner, Mr. and Mrs.
"Riesday, July 5
Phillip Brins field, A1 B. Milliken,
Morris T Hall, Helen White, Eloise
Inman. Gwen Causev: Charles A
Wednesday, July 6
Phyllis Matthews, John Schwab,
Roy Havenga Jimmy Stanley, John
Schwab II, Tom Roberts, Robin
Caison, Teresa Moore, Gail H. Hew
ctt, Paula James, Doug Baxley, Kat
The Whiteville Downtown Dev
elopment Commission is planning
Harvest Days *94 on Saturday, Nov.
5, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the
Entertainment, crafts, an art show
and sale, children's activities, a bak
ing and cooking competition, her
itage craft demonstrations, agricul
tural events, a fun run/walk and
street dance are among the sched
For more information, call Ginger
Littrell at 910-642-9212 or write to
Festival, P.O. Box 1064. Whiteville,
has moved to a larger store in the same
mall, 3 stores closer to Food Lion.
Hwy. 904 between Ocean Isle and Sunset ? Seaside
Don't forget your Father's Day
cards and balloons!
Open Mon.-Sat. 10-9
On Over-Stocked Merchandise
THURSDAY, JUNE 30 THRU MONDAY, JULY 4
Tee Shirt With $50 Purchase
We Are Open 10 To 10 During Sale
? La??-? *L
'regular priced items only
KARAOKE CONTEST DURING OUR CLEARANCE SALE |
Local talent (gospel or country) bring your own tape and participate in Karaoke, '
| Win gifts and prlzea-ALL AGES WELCOME!
iFloral Delivery A Wire Service
Hwy. 179 (Between Sunset
k Ocean Imle)
hern Fulford, Allison Hanis;
Michael and Brenda Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. Emmanuel Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Richmond Galloway.
Ain't If Nifty.
J.M. Is Fifty!
Happy Birthday 1
Geneil and Melissa
1 Lordy, Lordy 8
3 Henry's 40! fi
I June 29 S
From, Wife and fami- [
ly, Mother and Father I
and your 4 younger \
brothers ? John, Gro- [
ver, Paul and Lee. I
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