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To Marry On Dec. 1 7
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight T. McCall Sr. have announced the forthcom
ing marriage of their daughter, Connie Cyless McCall, to Bryan
Keith Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Logan Jr., on Dec. 17 at
2 p.m. at Oak Grove Baptist Church, Holden Beach Road, Supply.
Friends and relatives are invited.
Interested In Sea Shells?
Check Out State Shell Show
It's the weekend local shell enthu
siasts have been waiting for: Nov.
18-20, when the North Carolina
Shell Club holds its annual competi
tive shell show at Cape Fear Mus
eum in Wilmington.
The show features exhibits of
shells from all over the world, shells
depicted in art, and sea life, and is
often to the public at no charge.
"This is the best chance of the
year to sec so many shells in one
place in the Cape Fear region," said
show chairman John Timmerman.
Important private shell collections
from the southeastern United States
will be represented, including speci
mens from the Weber, Lindscy,
Johnson, Tilley and Wall collections.
Also, some of the most beautiful and
rare shells of the Cape Fear region
will be displayed, including a giant
Helmet Shell collectcd off Wrights
ville Beach and an exiremeiy rare
variant of the Channeled Whelk.
The 300-member North Carolina
Shell Club has more than three
dozen members in the Cape Fear re
gion, including its vice president,
Betty Muirhead of Shallotte.
"The club wants to share its love
of shells with the public," said
Timmerman, noting that the show is
a good chance to meet knowledge
able shell people, learn about shells
or perhaps "even have that mystery
shell your grandmother gave to you
- Cape Fear Museum is at 814
Market Street. Show hours are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 18 and 19 and 2
p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
i nursaay, November 10
Benjamin Reynolds, Mark Greer,
Michaei Caison, Horace Reaves,
Ann Maree, Sammie F. Royal;
James Wesley Gray, Samantha
Strickland, Virginia Gore; William
& Dianna McRainey, Mr. and Mrs.
Anson Ludlum, T.O. and Grace
Friday, November 11
Robert Eggert, Tweet Ward, Ma
randa Brittain, James Johnson, Ron
nie Ashley Clemmons, Lillian Hew
ett, Sandra Jo Piraino, Roger Hew
ett, Katie Mac Parker, Lou Ellen
White; Mr. and Mrs. Junior White,
Johnnie and Kerri Craig, Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Brown.
Saturday, November 12
Bill Caudill, Tara Smigiel, Angie
Long, Thomas Hill, Kelly Williams,
Renee Rountree, J R. Athey, Stanley
Russ, Rique Taborris Hill, S'rCedric
Marquis Hewett, Kerri Barbee, Sue
Reeves, Doris Tharp.
Sunday, November 13
Megan Dilworth, Cameron Sav
age, Freeman Hankins, Wayne
Smith, Julia Carter, Misty Galloway,
Chascn McCall, Whitney Fox; Dixie
and Benjamin Hewett.
E. Harvie Hill, D.DA, M.&D.
providing care for
'children and young adults
age? 1-21. Also care for
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Monday, November 14
Kim Morris, Tasha Brantley, Lo
retta Todd, Sharyn Morrison, Nut
meg Morrison, Di Di Holden, Stan
Edgeworth Jr., Kimberly Stanley,
Julie Smith, Dwight "Peanuts" Mc
Call Jr., Edna Einstein, Christalla
Daniels, Steven C. Cox Jr., Sibyl
Saunders; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ab
TUesday, November IS
Krystle Bland, Vera Sermmons,
Kippy Sellers, Nicole Burckley,
Marion Leonard, Missy King, Bar
bara Campbell, Maynard Owens,
Marian Thorsen, Edward R. Combs,
Judy Keill, James R. Bennett; Bill
and Sylvia Tripp, Robbie and Kathy
Wednesday, November 16
Khiry Cox, Phyllis Canady, Carol
Hardee, Johnnie Sheffield, Melissa
Etheridge, Sarah Parker, Lonnie
Helms, Harry Chadwick, Stanley
Faulk, Rosie Bellamy, Barbara
Campbell, Shirley Smith, Virginia
Winfree, Keisha Devon Grissett,
Barbie Oxendine, John C. Sheffield,
Scott Lewis; Robbie & Kathy
White, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Long.
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Births Are Announced
Junious and Lisa Blue Mills have
announced the birth of a daughter,
Makayla Jessica Mills on Oct. 25 at
Moore Regional Hospital in
She weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces
and was 20 'A inches long. She joins a
sister, Morgan Elizabeth.
Her maternal grandparents are
Donald Blue of Fayetteville and
Martin and Wanda Feldt of Holden
Beach. Her paternal grandmother is
Gail Mills of Bolivia.
Her great-grandparents are Ver
non and Lois Blue of Southern
Pines, Larry and Betty Coe of
Southern Pines, and the late Roose
velt and Ella Bowling of Bolivia.
Her great-great grandmother is
Callie Frye of Vass.
Melvin and Octavia Johnson of
Shallotte have announced the birth
of a daughter, Shireen Kinyana
Arriving at The Brunswick Hos
pital at 9:47 a.m. Nov. 4, she
weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces, and
was 19 inches long.
She joins two siblings, Toryn
Rushin and Jamayan Johnson.
Grandparents are Jerry Davis
Vaught of Marlowtown and James
and Joyce Johnson of Shallotte.
Great-grandparents are Let ha V.
Daniels of Marlowtown and Gertie
Hill and Magaline Johnson, both of
Two Free Clinics Scheduled
For Diabetes Risk Detection
Are you at risk of developing dia
During November, National Dia
betes Month, The Brunswick Hos
pital is providing early identification
of individuals at high risk of devel
oping the disease, using a question
naire and two screening clinics.
According to the American Dia
betes Association, nearly 14 million
Americans have diabetes, a serious
life-threatening disease for which
there is no cure. Diabetes claims
more than 150,000 lives annually.
People with diabetes have a high
er risk of heart attacks, strokes, kid
ney failure and blindness. The more
carefully people with diabetes man
age the disease, the more likely they
are to reduce their risk of other seri
ous health problems, said Daphne
Yarbrough, marketing director of
The Brunswick Hospital.
Anyone who is over 30, over
weight, or has a family history of di
abetes is at risk. Black Americans
and Hispanics arc 55 percent more
likely to have diabetes than Cau
casians; American Indians are 300
percent more likely.
Symptoms of diabetes develop
slowly and include excessive thirst,
frequent urination, extreme fatigue,
unexplained weight loss and ongo
ing incidents of blurred vision.
Yarb rough encourages people in
terested in determining their own
risk level for developing diabetes to
fill out the questionnaire that ap
pears elsewhere in this issue of The
Brunswick Beacon. Anyone scoring
over five points on the questionnaire
may bring the completed form to
one of the clinics offered by The
Brunswick Hospital Friday. Nov. 11,
or Monday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m. to
3 p.m. at the hospital.
All screenings are free, with in
formation provided on followup
and/or treatment for those at high
Whistler Exhibit Opens Friday
At St. John's Museum Of Art
The exhibition "James McNeill
Whistler: Lithographs and Litho
tints" opens at Wilmington's St.
John's Museum of Art on Friday,
The collection of 20 prints was
created between 1880 and 1896 by
the world-renowned American art
By 1880 Whistler, already in
ternationally famous for oil portrai
ture, began experimenting in the
printmaking medium of lithography.
He encouraged many of his friends,
French impressionist painters, to ex
plore lithography also.
Lithographs and lithotints in the
exhibition are on loan to St. John's
from the collections of the Art
Institute of Chicago, the New York
Public Library, the Montgomery
Museum of Fine Arts, and Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Weil Jr. of Montgo
The exhibition, sponsored by the
N.C. Arts Council, will be at St.
John's through March 5.
Guest-curator Dr. Kemille Moore,
assistant professor of fine arts at
UNC-Wilmington, will lead a free
walk through tour of the exhibition
Friday, Nov. 11, at noon. She will al
so give a lecture entitled "Whistler's
Mother Lived in Wilmington, and
Other Tales," a biographical sketch
on the life of the painter, at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 1 .
The museum is at 114 Orange St.,
Wilmington. It is open Tuesday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. until S
p.m.. and Sundays noon until 4 p.m.
Admission is $2 for adults and SI
for children. Museum members and
children under 5 are admitted free.
Admission is free to all museum
visitors on the first Sunday of each
month, and walk-through tours are
free and open to the public.
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To Wed In January
Lawrence D. and Gretchen M. Ross of Hilton Head Island, S.C.,
have announced the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn
Louise, to James Michael Brown of Ocean Isle tteach. He is the
son of Hattie M. Brown of Ocean Isle Beach and the late James C.
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