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Area Births Announced
Mr. and Mis. Barry Lynn Kelly of
Hillcrest Village. Whileville, have
announced the birth of a son, Jer
emony Lynn, on June 24 in New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
He weighed 1 1 pounds.
Mr. Kelly is the former Debbie
Williams of Whiteville. Maternal
grandparents arc Kenneth and Ros
alce Williams of Whiteville. Pater
nal grandparents are Dorothy Kelly
of Ash and the late Wilbur Kelly.
The baby is joined at home by
two sisters, JoAnna Rose, 9, and
Shannon Renee, 2.
Hilyard L and Vanessa G. Hewett
of Ocean Isle Beach have an
nounced the birth of their first child,
Hilyard Lonnie Hewett III (Trey)
bom July 26 at 8:12 p.m. at New
Hanover Regional Medical Center.
He weighed 8 pounds. 1 ounce,
and was 20V. inches long.
Maternal grandparents arc Hen
derson and Lois Gore of Ash. Pat
ernal grandparents arc Carl and Bar
bara Jean McGalliard of Ocean Isle
Beach and the late Hilyard Lonnie
Michael and Cvndee Roxann
Hewett Green of Bolton have an
nounced the birth of a daugher.
Kalah Leigh Ann. July 31 at Colum
bus County Hospital.
She weighed 6 pounds, 13
Maternal grandparents arc Dale
and Frieda Hewett of Shallotte
Point. Paternal grandparents are
Richard and Linda Green of Bolton
and Ann Hall of Carolina Beach.
Monica and Marion Holden of
Boston. Mass.. have announced the
birth of their second child. Tyler
Bom July 22 at 11:48 a.m., he
weighed 8 pounds and was 21 inch
es long. He joins a sister, Brittany. 3.
Grandparents are Pat and Pete
Smith of Jamaica. Vt., and Clyde
Watts, Graver and Mickey Holden,
and Mary Holden, all of Shallotte.
Great-grandparents arc John and
Lillian Gray of Shallotte and Annie
Roberts of Seaside.
His great -great -grandmother is
Emma Millikcn of Shallotte Point.
The Holdens have lived in Boston
since 1991, when Marion Holden
enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Greg and Melinda lnman of Ash
have announced the birth of a son,
Brandon Deaughn Inman. at 9 a.m.
June 4 at New Hanover Regional
He weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces
and was 20'/i inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Mae
Bell Nobles of Chadbourn and Elf
Icta Inman of Ash.
James and Stephanie Ward of
Stout Road, Ash, have announced
the birth of a daughter. Allie Eliza
beth Ward, at 5:28 p.m. Aug. 3 at
The Brunswick Hospital. She
weighed 6 pounds, IS ounces and
was 20 inches long.
She joins a sister. Ashton Paige
Grandparents are Lee and Mar
ilyn Pittman of Ash, Larry Benton
of Ash and John and Rhonda Ward
Great-grandparents arc Paul and
Phyllis Gore of Ash, Girleen Benton
of Ash and Linnie Ward of Long
Great-grcat-grandmother is Elma
Milligan of Seaside.
Scott and Valerie Taylor of
Shallotte Point have announced the
birth of their first child, Harrison
Blake Taylor, at 6:50 p.m. July 22 at
New Hanover Regional Medical
Center. The baby arrived weighing 8
pounds. 3 ounces and measuring
21 H inches.
Grandparents are Joan and Mark
Owens of Holden Beach, the late
William Harold Reynolds of Holden
Beach. Dorothy G. Taylor and the
late Harold B. Taylor of Kinston.
Great-grandmother is Beatrice
Fulford of Holden Beach.
Tyler Works On Display
At UNCW Until SeDt. 30
Long Beach artist Ortrud M. Tyler
will have an exhibit entitled "Colors
of the Mind" on display until Sept
30 in the UNCW University Center
A "Meet-the -Artist" reception
will be held Friday, Aug. 26, 6-7:30
p.m. in the university center. The
public is welcome.
Born in Berlin, Germany, Tyler
began her art studies with noted
German artists. After moving to the
United States, she worked with sev
eral nationally known artists.
Her work has won awards in
many juried shows, including the
N.C. Fourth of July Festival in
Her paintings are part of corpo
rate and private collections in Ger
many, Thailand, Canada and the
Month Of July Was Warm
It was a warm July this year, with
an average temperature of 81.7 de
grees, 1 .6 degrees warmer than nor
mal, according to the monthly cli
matological report of the National
Weather Service Wilmington office.
The honest days were the 10th
and 11th, when the temperature
reached 95 degrees. July had 19
days with high temperatures of 90
degrees or higher. The coolest tem
perature in July was 69 degrees on
The month was very dry, with on
ly 4.76 inches of rain recorded, 3.37
9 inches below normal. There were
16 days in which measurable rainfall
occurred. This included 14 days
with one-tenth inch of rain or more
and only 2 days with half an inch of
rain or more. Thunderstorms oc
curred on 16 days.
Fifteen of July's 31 days were
partly cloudy and 4 were clear,
while 12 were on the cloudy side.
Total sunshine was 77 percent of
possible for the month. Normal is 64
July had an average wind speed
of 9.2 miles per hour compared with
a normal of 7.4 for the month. The
peak wind for the month was 32
mph from the southwest on the 28th.
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Wedding Is September 7 6
Brandy Elaine Fulford and David Allen Farmer have announced
their plans to be married Sept. 16 at Calvary Baptist Church. The
bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Fulford of
Shallotte, and the prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Farmer of Shaliotte.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, August 11
Marie King, Eula Mac (Tuddie)
Dixon, Dorcen Holtz, Lynn Hick
man, Larry Wilson, Ruth Bcatty,
Jackie Reinhardt, Wesley Hickman,
Lillian Hickman, Annette Kye,
Cheryl Howard, Jennifer Stanley,
Adrianna Edge, Ronnie Blackmon,
Kelly Todd, Katie Low cry; Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Wemyss, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy
Friday, August 12
Robert Johnston. M.R. Hewett,
Reggie Moore, Frankie Rabon.
Cindy Rabon. Pauline H. Inman,
Willard Causey. Brcnda Hewett,
Dannie Sheffield Jr., Kevin Layne
Caison, Joanna Brown, Kim Cox,
Rachel Todd; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Bland, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wood
ard, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Milliken.
Saturday, August L3
Ethel Rabon, Sheila Lott, Trivia
Hickman, Stan Gurganus, DeAnna
Stanley. Kenneth F. Stanley; Kenny
<& Sharon Hewett. Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday, August 14
Quiana Tashean Alsabry, John
Walker. Ingrid McLamb, Carol
Bramley, Hubert Leonard, Jay Price,
Jean Barber, Mark Galloway, Lucy
Rogers, Ann Byrd, Shelley Gur
ganus, Kimberly Baxley, Elizabeth
Thomas. Tracey P. Home, Roma S.
Hickman; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Simpson, Scon and Pam Gurganus,
Mr. And Mrs. Jeff Green, Bobby
and Tina Ladson, Mr. and Mrs.
Monday, August 15
Carl Urso, Jakob McLamb, Lan
nette B I an ken, Ray Nordbruch, Brad
Smith, William Stout, Cameron Par
rish Bennett, Johnny Caraway, Jud
son Ward. Melissa Gayle White,
Grace Moffitt, Bradley Thomas
Smith, Cheryl N. White, Heather
Norris; John & Alda Lewis, Freddy
and Brenda Fulford.
Tuesday, August 16
Chris Gore, Michael Norton,
Richard Kelly Cooper, Anthony
Capra, Samantha Marie Mercer,
Julina Bright, Sally Foster, LaMar
Hickman, Shaina lnman, Edison
Tripp, Bill Hardee, LB. Cheers,
Crcttie Stanley, PerTy Hall; Richie
and Dome Brennan, Ricky and
Penny Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Wednesday, August 17
James Robert White, Walter
Swain, Angela Gore. John Evans.
Buddy Lavender, Merle Goldsberry,
Don Seitz, Felton Pridgen, Wayne
Long, Misty Skipper, Tiffany Denise
Makes 43 Calls
The Calabash Volunteer Emer
gency Medical Service answered 43
calls during June, Chief Frank Egan
reported at the July 28 board of di
Fifteen calls were in Calabash and
12, in Sunset Beach. Of the 16 oth
ers, 5 were mutual aid for Shallotte
and 2 for Waccamaw.
Volunteers worked 126 manhours
and traveled 1,667 miles.
A new ambulance is expected to
be delivered in about 90 days, the
Geena Ann Jones
Love. Grandma & Papa
3 BRUNSWICK COUNTY QUEEN8
Kelly Grlffln. Teen Ml?; Natalie Tjrner, Little Miaa;
Erin H olden. Jr.
Tuesday. August 16, 7-9 PM
Ballet - Tap - Jazz - Clogging - Aerobics
Ages 3 - Adult
Award Winning Steps Ahead Dance Team
Including Two 1st Place National Finals - 1993 & 1994
We Do Choreography For Pageants
Ijocated in the Pink Building on Sellers St. Shallotte
Ann Hucks. Director. BCA in Dance ? Tavis Thompson. Clogging
754-8884 or 754-2457
Association Plans To Reach
Out To Hispanic Community
A group of friends from different
Spanish-language countries have
created the Hispanic Culture Assoc
iation of Women (HISCAWO).
Their goal, said Elena Miranda,
president, a native of Peru, is to help
the local Spanish-speaking popula
tion and to promote awareness and
understanding of the diversity of
"We will discuss some of the is
sues that will help Hispanic women
and other poor people to achieve
positive and productive lives," said
Miranda. "We want to offer support
and advice to Hispanic immigrants
To Wed Aug. 20
Mr. and Mrs. C. Larry Holden
of Ocean Isle Beach have an
nounced the forthcoming mar
riage of their daugher, Dana
Michelle Cooky to Paul John
Hrubik, son of Mrs. Mack
Evans of Supply. The ceremo
ny will take place Aug. 20 at 7
pjn. at Benttree Plantation,
1631 Gore Landing Road,
Ocean Isle Beach. Friends and
family are invited to attend. A
reception wiii fotiow the cere
Floral Delivery & Wire Service
Hwy. 179 (Between Sunset
& Ocean Isle)
who cannot speak bnglisn, to oe a
positive role model and to promote
The non-profit organization in
cludes women who live in the South
Brunswick Islands and Myrtle
Beach, S.C., areas.
In addition to Miranda, officers
and board members arc Antonia
Waltz, vice president (Argentina);
Norma Solano, secretary (Costa
Rica); and Graciela Murray, club ac
Persons interested in obtaining in
formation may write to HISCAWO.
P.O. Box 6651, South Brunswick,
Hope Harbor Seeks
Help With Kids'
Children living at Hope Harbor
Home domestic violence shelter will
be starting school soon and need
help with school supplies, according
to Anne Presley, shelter manager.
The following items are needed,
she said: notebook paper, pencils,
spiral notebooks, poster board, fold
ers, colored markers and colored
pencils, pocket dictionaries, crayons,
lunch boxes, backpacks, tissues, ring
binders, rulers, protractors and com
"These items are needed all year
long," Presley said.
For more information, call Pres
ley at 754-5726.
Due to an error in
printing the first
coupon on today's
Pizza Hut insert
should read: "Dine
any 2nd medium 1
topping $5." We are
sorry for any incon
venience this may
cause our cus
The South Brunswick High School
Class of 1974 will host a class
reunion for the classes of '73, *74
and *75. Plans are being made for
the weekend of October 7th. We
need your help in contacting our fel
low classmates. Please contact the
following persons for more details:
Mike Royal 845-2411 (1973)
Josann Campanello 457-9428 (1974)
Tami Sellers 2534158(1975)
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