Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, October 20, 1994, Page PAGE 2-B, Image 14

Below is the OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

Married In Myrtle Beach Mr. and Mrs. William 11. Royals of Supply have announced the marriage of their daughter , Carol Denise, to Steven Joseph Robin son of Supply. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Robinson, also of Supply. They were married Sept. 2 in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The couple will reside in Shallotte. Birthdays And Anniversaries Thursday, October 20 Baby Holden, Sandy Roberts, Jennifer Mooney, Vicki Rogers, Sandra Mintz, Tony Hall, Gerald Long, Jason Hernandez, Patricia Hassler, Michael Cox, Robby Corbett, Gerald Long, Craig Lewis, Shane Holden, David Rourk, April Rae Sommersett, Wanda Sellers, Dot Worth, Kim Pierce, Jennifer Glenn, Lena Mae Hewett, Mary Lou White, Sandra Mintz, Jack Camp bell, A1 Kuhnemann; Barry & Fran Holden, Mr. & Mrs. Alton Milliken, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Prince. Friday, October 21 Tommy Brown, Louise Bennett, Wanda Inman, Doug Rutter, Kerri Anne Hewett, Amanda Reinhardt, Mark Jones, Daniel Rabon, W.J. McLamb Jr., Judy Edwards, Brooke Evans, Carol Gibson, Louise Ben nett, Bobbie Claire White; Kimball Anne Marie Bellamy, Mr. and Mrs. Bun Stanley. Saturday, October 22 Catherine Kielbasa, Patti Johns ton, Ginger Leigh Clayton, Ken & Janet Flowers, Alethea Hargrove, Allen Hewett, T.M. Hickman, Linda Tharp, Teresa Tharp, Mark Frink, Judy L. Galloway, Marie Wescott, Ben Atkins, Elwood Howard, Jojuan Somersett, Elaine Pigott, Delores Inman, Leah Martin, Floyd Herbert Hewett, Andy McDaniel, Ginger Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Gore. Sunday, October 23 Esther Robinson, Kristine Doster, Barry Chadwick, Melanie Edge, Jay Rogers, Esther Roberson, Bryan Owens, Carl Fox, Jason Scott Gore, Lumina Soles, Jim Evans, Raymond Carter, "fysha James, Teresa Milli ken, Larry Sellers, Gregory W. Nor ris, Phillip Mayo Jr., Helen Green wood, Pam Hewett; Wanda & William Earl Todd, Tony & Sandra Hall, Marvin & Marie Long, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cox, Hulan and Alma Royals, Dr. and Mrs. J.B. Greenwood Jr. Monday, October 24 Blair Milligan, Tom Lewis, Gloria Bland, Darcy Somersett, Steven Neville, Greg White, Benita Her nandez, Len McLamb, Vin Gallo ?way Marilyn SHIprs Car) Fn? Don Bailou; AJ and Annette Odom, Mr. and Mrs. David B. Kanoy III. Tliesday, October 25 A1 Burlingame, Chris Raines, Jonathan Intemann, Connie Rink, Cameron Hankins, Amanda Ray Miller, Megan Chestnut, Kyle Hughes, Beatrice Chadwick, Agnes Gupton, William Jerome Fowler Jr., Barbara Jones, Priscilla Phelps; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Soles. Wednesday, October 26 Lula M. Holden, Perita Frink, David Ward, Christine Robbins, Mary "Sis" Howell, Chuck Shelton, Margie Reinhardt, Jay Shelton, Meghan Bradsher, Kim Holden, Sylvester Williams, Pam Bennett; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones. Explorers Collect Coats For Needy The Loris Community Hospital Explorers are sponsoring a "Coat for the Needy" project. Children's, men's and women's coats will be collected on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 2-5 p.m. in the Loris Community Hospital Gift Shop. Families who have coats or sweaters they have outgrown or do not need are being asked to donate to the project. For more information, call Evelyn Cox, Medical Explorer advisor, at (803)756-4011. SHELTON HERB FARM ? Herb Plants For Fall Planting (o?*r aso GoodmanRd. offHwy. 17 3 Miles N. 01 Winnabow fed-Sal 8-5 253-5964 E. liarvie Hill, DM. M.&D. Pediatric Dentistry providing care for > children and young adults age? 1-21. Also care for the handicapped. 754-3333 MEMBER: AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY lOl Village Pines. Aluillotte Are you new in town? Looking for a new salon? need a new image? SALON EDGE for the latest in... ?Foil weaved hi-lites ?Low lites ?Cellophanes ?Aveda conditioning perms ?Individual consultations ?Complete Aveda. Hair, make-up and skin care. Business Hours: Monday-Friday 10-7 Call for appt. 803-449-8566 Magnolia Plaza Myrtle Beach, SC VIC Seeking Applicants For Christmas Baskets Brunswick County Volunteer and Information Center is accepting ap plications for its Christmas Basket program through Nov. 18. Distri bution is tentatively scheduled for Dcc. 20 and 21. Federal guidelines will be used ?*"* * ^ -? I ? I ? fl IUI iiiCvlllt ljuotuivutiuiij. i?v?viu? Security numbers will be required for every member of the family named in all applications except for children less than one year old, said Anita Oldham. VIC executive direc tor. "As in past years, we will make decorator tags for the Trees-of-Hope around the county," she added. "Applicants should be aware that we will continue the policy of making tags only for those members of the family who are under the age of 18 or over the age of 65. "Applicants should come pre pared to tell us what special wish their youngsters have for Santa. These wishes will be passed on to individuals or organizations who adopt families to fill if possible. We will accept a limited number of ap plications for consideration made in person at the VIC offices." VIC offices are beside Supply Baptist Church at the intersection of U.S. 17 and N.C. 211. They arc open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. For information, call 754-4766. December Wedding Planned Donald M. and Marilyn K. Sellers of Durham have announced the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sam antha Lynn, to Matthew R. Strongman, the son of Leslie and Sandi Kendall of Connecticut t and Richard Strongman of Rhode Island. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of drover M. and Elizabeth K. Sellers of the Town Creek community and the late William H. " Bill " and Margaret McKeithan Knox. A December wedding is planned in Durham. Library Sponsors Pumpkin Event ITie temporary West Brunswick Branch Library at Resort Pla/a will sponsor a pumpkin parade and con test on Oct. 24 at 6:30 p.m at the li brary. Children of all ages are invited to bring a carved and/or painted jack J iappy oOtl ijlm m ermiy Jla\ <$ Xouise Mason o-lantern and a flashlight lo light the pumpkin Ribbons will he awarded for first, second and third prizes. Refreshments will he served by Friends of the Library Bridal* & Formal* Wilmtngton't Oldest and Ixirgtst Bridal Shop New Arrivals For Fall and Spring *95 With Discount Plans Available! Ill Grace St., Downtown Wilmington (910) 762-1028 GLAMOUR PORTRAITS 25 Package includes: ?Hairstyling ?Make-up ?Sitting ?One 8x 10 Oct. 26 and 27 Call now for appointmentl Fall Tanning Special Keep your summer tan through fall and winter! We have 2 Wolff tanning beds, one with 10-minute maximum. Kimberly Jo's Boutique Ladies' Clothing ? Wolff Tanning HOURS: Mon.-m. 10-6, Sat 10-6 Located on tlwy. 1 79 In the Coastal Mechanical Blda. OCEAN ISLE ? 570-7670 or 579-6290 "Name Brand Ladles' Pashlons At Affordable Prices' ? 1 ? ? -.? MRS. RICHARD DIEFENDORF ..Anna Varnam Varnam-Diefendorf Vows Are Spoken In Virginia Anna Varnam of Supply and Richard Dicfcndorf of Clifton Park. N Y., were married Sept. 10 at Bellview Baptist ("hurch in Ale xandria. Va. The bride was given in marriage by Donald Librctta of Vienna, Va Felicia Varnum of Supply served as matron of honor Gaye Fulford of Varnamtown serv ed as maid of hon or Sammie Duong of Whiteville Octoberfest Set For Supply School The Supply I lemcnUry School IMA will sponsor an Octoberfcst celebration Oct 27 to rauc funds for the school The esent will take place at the school from 6 until Y p m. and will feature carnival-type game booths, a Cakewalk, white elephant sale and an opportunity to play bingo for pri/cs A hot dog dinner will be served served as bridesmaid, and t'lida Duong of Whiteville was junior bridesmaid. Judd Diefendorf. father of the groom, was best man George Lewis of Washington. D.C.. and Jack Schwartz of New York were groomsmen and Seth Varnam of Supply was nngbcarer Soloist was Jennie Varnam of Supply Organist was Diane Monk of Alexandria. Va ? Shady Oak Florist -pFiurai Delivery ? Wire Service ? 1-800-352-5375 f (910)579-6715 * Hwy 179 (Between Sunart ^ it Ocean Isle t 1 ORMIoia' GRAINGER STUDIO Giant Package Special LIVING COLOR PORTRAJIS Only *3?? Deposit You Pay Only i269s (plus Local and State Taxes) When Portraits are Delivered You Get All This 2 ? 2 ? 2 ? 4 ? 16 - 16 - 11x14 s 8X10S 5x7'S 3jX5's Wallets Giant wallets AGFA* ?Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed Extra Charge for Croups ?Choice of 4 Scenic Backgrounds ?No Hidden Charges or Handling Fee No limit Per Family ? Voriety of Poses ? All Ages NEGATIVES FREE WITH PURCHASE OF PACKAGE! 00 PM Saturday, October 29, 11:00 AM til 5:0C ? y V m I C? 04 Ben Franklin Variety Main St. ? Shallotte Going Out of Business at Briarcliffe All Jewelry on Sale at WN1 Of MR 6 QOl l>^ All u MB ** ntu /*\ ? ? ? i - - u ifc. ?&} All gold chains 30% OFF All gold rings and earrings 20% OFF/j? ** , AH gold charms 25% OFF t> '<? _ Our already low prices 1/j / \ " 1 Po ^<*0 All Sterling Silver on Sale ) Hurry! Last 4 Days ! " " "272-6406 iZuhifr Maii'' >,oU Save Now For Christmas >0 ' Special Bonus! ONE FREE 8x10 With Spccial Effccts On Single Subjects Only With Purchase of Package

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina