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MRS. DWAYNE CARSON VARNAM
...Cheryl Irene Hewett
Hewett, Varnam Exchange
Vows At Dixon Chapel (JMC
Cheryl Irene Hewett of Supply
became the bride ot DeWayne Car
son Varnam of Vamamtown May 28
in a I p.m. double-ring ceremony at
Dixon Chapel United Methodist
The Rev. Gary W. Hewett, uncle
of the bride, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Burton A. Hewett of Sup
ply. She is the granddaughter of
Ethel Caison of Supply and Mr. and
Mrs. Levie B. Hewett. also of Sup
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carson Vamam of Vamam
She was given in mamage by her
Her attendants included matron of
honor Cindy Tharpc of Supply and
bridesmaids Laura Home and Don
na Gamer, both of Shallottc.
A cousin of the bride, Rachacl
Hewett. was (lower girl.
Best man was Jamie H artsc II of
Longwood. ushers were O'Brian
Robinson, cousin of the bride, and
Mike C. Fulford, nephew of Ihe
The bride was feted with a show
er May 5 at Union Chapel Church,
hosted by Frances Robinson. Nellie
Varnum. Laura Home. Cindy
Tharpe. Donna Garner. Gaye Ful
ford. Jan White and Nancy Smith.
Also, a bridal shower was hosted
by the employees of Atlantic Tele
phone Membership Corp.
The bride is a 1992 graduate of
Brunswick Community College and
is employed by Atlantic Telephone.
The groom Ls a 1987 graduate of
Brunswick Community College and
a 1991 graduate of UNC-Wilming
ton. He is employed by the Bruns
wick County Health Department.
After a honeymoon trip to Char
leston, S.C., the Varnams are mak
ing their home in Vamamtown.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday. July 21
Helen Thomas, Ronald Gore,
Jimmie Ashley Clcmmons, Dcnise
Williams, Dinky Louise Jones,
Jeffrey Hankins. Elinor Auertaach,
Jay Howard. Alex White, Kitty
Gainey, Reggie Stanley. Barbara
Reaves, Coleman Moore, Megan
Milliken; Jerry & Elizabeth Lewis,
Dr. and Mrs. John Ward. Larry and
Debbie Sellers, Mr. and *'.rs. Jimmy
Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Call
ender, Kenneth and Barbara Rising.
Friday, July 22
Jonathan Galloway, Sammy Var
nam. Betty Royals, Justin David
Smith. Brandon Hughes. Chucky
Foehrkolb, Richard Chaisson, Bren
da Kay Smith. Grover M. Sellers,
Frank Couvillon Jr., Sonja Mayo,
Dale White. Eva Mae Bennett. Rob
Waples; Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Trues
Saturday, July 23
Lorretta S. Brown. Ralph Norris,
Scott Evans, Fred Mayo, Rachel
Beck. Betty Royal. L. Thomas
Hewett, lone Babson. Ann Ander
son, Herbie Robinson, Dadcnt
Hayes, Carla L Ramm; Mr. and
Mrs. A1 Ward.
Sunday, July 24
Ciarra Hadley. Brittany King,
Laura Ann Sligh, Shane Faulk.
Lucille L. Mandy. Johnnie Nance.
Jerry Hargis, Tammy Cooke. Chan
dee Varnam; Vernon & Karen Park
er, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Holden.
Monday, July 25
Rudy Mintz. Cheryl Leonard.
Audrey G. Ripley. Jenny Judah.
Andy Trott, Linda Stanley. Gene
Carter. Strand Maerker, David
Clemmons, Brooke Pope. Katie
Harris. Jim Campbell Jr., Milton N.
Harper, Theresa Mintz, Randy Hol
den. Courtney Feldt, Teressa Long,
Reggie Hucks. Iris Hewett; Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Lewell.
Tuesday, July 26
Tom Butler. Mary Ann Hewett,
Mark Buck. Stephanie Thorsen,
Brad Sellers. David B. Babson. Pat
Morton, Gary Gainey, Ashley
Reaves, Robin Hewett, Phillip
Cheers, Joey Wilbur, Brad Wright,
Phil Tysinger, Yvonne Bevill; Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Stanley, Buster
and Marilyn Dowless.
Wednesday, July 27
Terri Dennie. Freddy Redwine.
Jeremy Garner. Ashlie Hawes,
Ruby Press nell, Jayne Todd, Keith
Lewis. Nancy Wemyss, Donald
Stanley. Michael Leonard, Anne
Hesser, Craig Snow, Jamey Hewett,
Bill Barefoot. Freddy Redwine,
Terri Dennie: A.B. and Beth Willis.
Mr. and Mrs. Logan White, John
and Donna Newton.
Black-Fulford Wed In
At Sabbath Home Baptist
Mclca Amanda Black became the
bride of Toby Lee Fulford in a 3
p.m. cercmonv Saturday. July 16. at
Sabbath Home Baptist Church.
The Rev. Wade Laughter officiat
ed the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Lucy
McHarguc of Holden Beach and
Donnic Black of Salisbury.
The bridegroom is the son of
Linda Robinson of Holden Beach
and Randy Robinson of Supply.
The bride was escorted and given
in marriage by her brother. John
Black of Statesville. She wore a
white satin gown with dropped
Basque waistline covered with alen
con lace appliques embellished with
pearls, beads and indescent sequins.
The softly gathered skirt fell into a
chapel-length train with alencon lace
scalloped border, lacc appliques and
illusion cutouts. Her headpiece was
a Venice lacc crown accented with
pearls, sequins and illusion. She car
ried a bouquet of pink rosebuds with
daisies, gypsophylia. pink sweet
heart roses, carnations and English
Donna Denning of Monroe, the
bride's sister, was matron of honor.
Best man was Tony Lee Fulford of
Holden Beach, the groom's twin
brother. Ushers were Jeff Lee and
Mike O'Neal, both of Holden
Rower girls were Christy and
Jessica Black, the bride's nieces.
Ring hearer was Ricky Robinson,
the groom's brother.
After a wedding trip, the couple
will live on Creek Ridge Road.
The bride is a graduate of South
Iredell High School in ^tatesvuic
and is attending Central Piedmont
The groom, who attended West
Brunswick High School, is em
ployed by Superlative Builders of
Golden Anniversary June 30
Frank and Muriel Lennon will celebrate their 50th wedding an
niversary on Saturday, July 30, with a reception from 5-7 p.m. in
the fellowship hall of Supply Baptist Church. Friends and relatives
are invited. The couple requests no gifts.
'Summer Ed-Venture' Camp
Planned For Creative Writing
"Summer Ed-Ventures" continue
at Brunswick Community College
with an August creative writing day
camp for middle-school students.
Set Aug. 1-4, the program is de
signed to help improve the writing
skills of sixth, seventh and eighth
Participants have a choice of
morning or afternoon half-day ses
sions. Enrollment is limited to 15
students in each of two sessions.
Creative Writing Summer Ed
Venture participants will practice
different kinds of writing, share ex
periences with resource people and
develop their own writing portfolios.
Since the majority of schoolwork
involves writing, a news release stat
ed, "this ed-venture will help each
participant enhancc their writing
skills for the upcoming school year."
An enrollment fee of $25 per stu
dent is charged. Some need-based
scholarships are available. For more
information contact BCC's Depart
ment of Continuing Education at
754-6900. 457-6329 or 343-0203,
Ext. 398 or 384.
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Ocean Isle Museum of Coastal Carolina
author of Tammy Turtle and other well-known nature books.
illustrated by James Melvin
The museum is conveniently located in the center of Ocean Isle to the left of the
waterslide as you arrive on the island.