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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, October 20, 1994, Page PAGE 4-B, Image 16

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MRS. LEAMON WADDELL CLEMMONS JR. ...Kimberly Ann Robinson Robinson-Clemmons Vows Said At Mt. Pisgah Church Kimberly Ann Robinson became the bride of Leamon Waddell Clem mons Jr. in a 6 p.m. ceremony Aug. 13 at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Supply. The Rev. Truitt Rogers offi ciated the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John "Toby Lewis of Ash and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Terry Rob inson of Supply. She is a 1984 grad uate of West Brunswick High School and a 1988 graduate of Campbell University. She is em ployed by the Brunswick County Board of Education at Shallotte Middle School. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Waddell Clem mons Sr. of Supply. He is a 1986 graduate of West Brunswick High School and a 1993 graduate of UNC- Wilmington. He is employed by the N.C. Department of Correc tion as a probation and parole officer in Brunswick County. The bride, given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her fa ther. wore a white gown of bridal satin with sweetheart neckline and short sleeves. The bodice was cov ered with reembroidered alencon lace with seed pearls and iridescents. The skirt flowed into a full semi cathedral train. A large butterfly bow enhanced the back of the waist. Her elbow-length veil featured an open tiara with floral sprays of pearls and double pouf. She carried a traditional bridal cascade of peach and white roses with freesia and white mini-carnations embedded in a variety of greens. Maid of honor was Sherri Hawes. Bridesmaids were Kim Sutton of Fayetteville, Sara Hardee of Cala bash and Mary Barnhardt of Shal lotte. They wore identical jade-col ored tea-length dresses with scoop necklines and short sleeves. They carried glass candelabra with floral sprays of roses, freesia, caspia and irises. Flower girls were the bride's nieces, Lauren Lewis and Courtney Robinson. They wore white satin gowns with jade-colored sashes and carried white satin and lace baskets with pearls and jade-colored bows. The groom's father served as his best man. Ushers were the bride's brother, Brent Robinson of Shal lotte; the groom's brother, Jody Clemmons of Supply; and Jarrett Elliott of Holden Beach. A reception in the church fellow ship hall followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Charleston, S.C., the couple returned to live in Shallotte. CHERYL LORE and Tom Cndorfer of Blue Dog Art (left) took best of show honors in the juried N.C. Oyster Festival Arts & Crafts Show Friday. Their winning entry h m this mythical crea ture in bright hues of blue. $300 PURCHASE PRIZE ' Blue Dog ' Best In Show At N.C. Oyster Festival Cheryl Lore and Tom Undorfcr had the biggest smiles of all Friday afternoon at the N.C. Oyster Festi val. They had just won "best of show" honors in the juried N.C. Oyster Festival Arts & Crafts Show, receiv ing a $300 purchase prize from Southern National Bank for their en try, a colorful and whimsical "blue dog". "We can't believe it. This is our first festival and our first juried show," said an excited Undorfcr The two artists only recently relocat ed from Miami. F1a.. to the Black Mountain area and begun business as Blue Dog Art. In all Southern National Bank sponsored S600 in purchase awards A new pointillistic pen and ink rendering of the Sunset Beach Bridge won artist Frank Hewett of Raleigh first place and SKK) in the arts division, while Brenda and Tony Hair of Holden Beach won first place and $ IOC) in the crafts division for a handwoven pine needle music Competency- Based Literacy Training Scheduled At BCC A training workshop Friday, Oct. 21, is open to anyone interested in teaching or assisting in adult literacy classes at Brunswick Community College. The 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. session intro duces trainees to the Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS), a practical, life skills ap proach to helping adult learners be come competent readers. Brunswick Community College now uses this adult literacy program in all its literacy classes. Anyone teaching adult basic education (ABE), general education develop ment (GED) and English as a sec ond language (ESL) programs must complete training in CASAS. Others who wish to be considered to teach in these programs are invited to par ticipate. Anita B. White, a state CASAS BED LAND'S BETTER BARGAINS ECONOMY MODEL BUDGET FIRM TWIN $OQ SIZE EA. PC OO. FULL SIZE, ea pc 58. QUEEN SIZE, sets 168. KING SIZE, sets .248. SEALY QUILTED FIRM TWIN $CO SIZE EA. PC DO. FULL SIZE, ea pc 88. QL'ErM ?!zB ????? ?n? KING SIZE 8etS .398' Limited Quantities MEDIUM FIRM INNERSPRING MATTRESS TWIN Q SIZE EA PC HO. FULL SIZE, ea pc 68. QUEEN SIZE, sets 188. KING SIZE, sets .288. HEADBOARDS BRASS. METAL, WROUGHT IRON AND WOOD MODELS ?OVER 20 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM ?AS LOW AS *29 POSTURE PROFILE EXTRA FIRM MATTRESS 15 YEAR WARRANTY TWIN $QQ SIZE EA. PC OO. FULL SIZE, ea pc 108. QUEEN SIZE, sets 298. KING SIZE, sets 368. RIVIERA FIRM 10 YEAR WARRANTY TWIN $?Q SIZE EA. PC OO. FULL SIZE, ea pc 88. QUEEN SIZE, sets 248. KING SIZE, sets 348. SEALY #1 NAME IN BEDDING FIRM OR PLUSH TWIN OQ SIZE EA. PC IcO. FULL SIZE, ea pc 158. QUEEN SIZE, sets 418. KING SIZE, sets 598. Limited Quantities DAYBEDS ?IN WROUGHT IRON. WOOD METAL OR WICKER ?10 DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROMj ? ^ ?AS LOW AS >t>y (Frame) GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES BED SETS-SOLD AS SETS INDIVIDUAL PIECES AT INCREASE EVERYTHING FIRST QUALITY 14 BEDROOM GROUPS TO CHOOSE FROM.. Black, Oak, Pecan, Walnut, White-Wash & others Contemporary, Modern, Traditional or Early American. 4 PIECES start as low as Dresser, mirror, headboard & frame, Chest only $69 *199 ? LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED * ^ MATTRESS \fih DISCOUNTERS Shallotte, Across from Hardees Open Mon-Sat 9-5 754 2370 ? ?Ht HHt r ? Mi A. i | trainer and director of Bt'C's Bruns wick Interagency Program, will fa cilitate the training. She says the CASAS method helps adult learners relate the literacy skills they need to the goals they wish to achieve, bach adult learner is assevsed by their mastery of basic skills needed by adults in their daily lives, with an emphasis on critical thinking, prob lem solving and communication skills. The training will be held in Room 162 of the Administration Building on BCC's main campus on U.S. 17 north of Supply. For more information and to pre register, call Ext. 407 at the college, 754-6900, 457-6329 or 343-0203. box. Sccond place awards of S50 cach wenl lo Fred Jerow in the crafts di vision for a handcrafted shorcbird. and to Anita Connelly in the arts di vision for an original painting. W.fl. (fllfonw) ROflCH ~ DISTRICT 2 VOMMISSIONER Free Democrat Fish Fry Come One, Come All!! Lockwnod Folly Community Bldg. Sunday Oct. 30, 2 p.m. I Vote For 14.71. Roach District 2 Commissioner PAID FOR BY W A ROACH J & RAY C HARLES IN CONCERT r 8:00pm, Sunday;October23 / ' at\the\new MYRTLE BEACH \ CONVENTION CENTER Corner of 21st Avenue North & Oak Street TICKETS $25, $15, $10 FOR TICKET INFORMATION CALL 803-448-71 66

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