Sylvia Dannette Carter of Beula
jrflle and Randall Curtis Harper of
ftoute 1, Pink Hill, were united in
marriage at three o'clock on Novem
1r 10 in the First Baptist Church in
bp Run. The Reverend Bobby
Hunter officiated at the double-ring
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Sail Aikens of Beulaviile and Bobby
Carter of Wallace. She was escorted
:o the altar by her father and was
jiven in marriage by her parents.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Harper of Pink Hill.
; The bride wore a formal gown of
white silkened organza and chantilly
fre. The fitted lace bodice featured
^Jueen Anne neckline with beaded
Venise lace motifs. The sheer back
yoke and leg-o-mutton lace sleeves
Xrere finished with cuffs of silk lace
mrming calla points on the hands.
Hers of lace formed the A-line skirt
ihile alternating tiers of lace and
trganza ruffles flowed into a semi
tathedral train. A fringe-tip veil with
ipouff bow in back was attached to a
bridal hat featuring a side-rolled
etched with lace and encrusted
Vh pearls. The bride carried a
classic nosegay of gardenias,
itephanotis and azaleas highlighted
$ith shades of blue.
Matron of honor was Patricia G.
foler of Beulaviile, sister of the
Bride. Bridesmaids were Miss
Denise Harper of Kinston, sister of
the groom; Miss Carol Bell of Mount
Olive, and Miss Melissa Bell also of
Mount Olive. Junior bridesmaid was
t:phanie Stache of Wilmington,
e flowergirl was Brittany Young of
The groom chose his father to
serve as best man. Ushers were
Robert Carter of Beulaviile, brother
of the bride; Max Turner of Albert
son; and Bill Wiggins of Pink Hill,
Cousin of the groom. The ring
bearer was Grayson Batchelor of
Pollocksville, cousin of the groom.
Wedding music was provided by
Mrs. Pam Braxton, organist. And
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Baker, pianist
Mrs. Shelba Hill directed the
wedding. Mrs. Debbie Bell presided
at the bridal register. Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Absure said the farewells at
The bride was graduated from
East Duplin High School. The groom
was graduated from South Lenoir
High School. He is employed at
Following a trip to the mountains,
the couple resides in Pink Hill.
Immediately following the
ceremony, a reception was held in
the church fellowship hall hosted by
Effie Nan Mobley and Isabelle
Harper, aunts of the groom.
On Oct. 19, the couple was
honored with a pig-pickin' given by
Mr. and Mrs. Brazwell Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Hardison, Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
On Oct. 22, a miscellaneous
shower at the home of Janet Miller
was hosted by Janet, Carol Bell and
On Oct. 29 a miscellaneous shower
at Tin City Baptist Church Fellow
ship Hall was hosted by Eloise
Carter, Doris Whaley and, Susan
On Nov. 2, a miscellaneous shower
at the Deep Run First Baptist Church
fellowship hall was hosted bv Ann
Wiggins, Denise Harper and Rhonda
A rehearsal dinner was hosted by
the groom's parents.
The Pink Hill Fire Department and
Rescue Squad will have a barbecue
from 11 a.m. until (?)on Saturday at
the Pink Hill Fire Department.
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to extend thanks to
our many friends and neighbors for
their love and support during my
extended stay in New Hanover
Memorial. The many flowers, cards,
thoughts and prayers were greatly
appreciated. Thank you.
Otho Lee Holland
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Puppet Express In Duplin County
During the week of Dec. 4, Puppet
Express will be in several schools in
Brady Fowler and Dave Bulick
created Puppet Express to integrate
puppet theater and education, com
bine creativity and concern for
children, to being life to puppetry
and puppetry to life. They believe
that the most meaningful way to
learn, to know and to enjoy is to be a
part of the process.
Puppet Express has performed
and taught to N.C. school children
bringing them not only the fun ani'
excitement of their original puppet
shows, but the kind of educational
hands-on experience and persona
lized teaching style that makes their
workshops popular with students
and teachers alike.
Fowler has an M.A. in puppetry
and has worked professionally since
1973 as actor, puppeteer, designer
and director, touring from the
Atlantic to the Mississippi in chil
Gulick has taught in the ele
mentary schools for eight years,
and since then he has designed a
study techniques course for adults
and created participatory puppetry.
Dave and Brady love their job.
And why not? They touch thousands
of lives, young and old. And they do
what they do best ? perform and
The puppet hxpress is brought
to Duplin County by the Duplin
County Arts Council. For more in
formation, call 296-1922.
Ed Stivender Comes To Duplin Schools
Storyteller In Schools
During the week of Dec. 9th, Ed
Stivender ? storyteller, minstrel,
banjo-playing medieval fool ? will
be in several county schools.
Ed has toured the Eastern U.S.
and Canada since 1975 performing
his one-man shows at theatres,
colleges, folk festivals, coffeehouses,
schools and Off-Broadway. His pre
vious theatre credits include virtually
all the fools of Shakespeare, in
cluding Puck on the stage of the
Academy of Music in Philadelphia.
He has studied dance with the
Hartford Ballet, mime with.Angel
Vigil, clowning with Ken Feit, and
Story Theology with John Dunne at
Stivender is also an accomplished
radio producer/announcer, best
known for his weekly Myth America
radio show of comedy and public
affairs on WWUH-FM in Hartford.
Conn., and has additionally pro
duced two videotapes of his work. A
featured storyteller at the National
Storytelling Festival in Jones
boicigh. Tenn., he appeared in the
national television coverage of the
festival on NBC's Today. He has
lectured to chambers of commerce.
universitites and churches on chil
dren's literature, religion and the
Ed Stivender is brought to the
countv by the Duplin County Arts
Council. For further information, call
The Lenoir County S.P.C.A. Ani
mal Shelter has a large number of
exceptionally nice cats and kittens
ready for adoption.
Visit the shelter on Rouse Road
Extern ion near the Kinston Regional
Jetport from 12:30-4 p.m., Monday -
Friday, and 1:30-4 p.m. weekends.
Marlton L. Price and Joyce W.
Price, both of Seven Springs, an
nounce the engagement and forth
coming marriage of their daughter.
Vera Suzanne, to Carl Murphy (Sam)
Baker of Pink Hill. Carl is the son of
Carl Dean Baker of Pink Hill and
Gladys Basden of Albertson. A
January 18th wedding is planned at
Christian Chapel Free Will Baptist
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