Births Are Announced
Robert LaVan and Madonna
Sharon Fulford of Holdcn Beach
have announced the binh of a son,
Nicholas Patrick Fulford.
Nicholas was born April 14 at
2:32 p.m. in New Hanover Regional
Medical Center, Wilmington. He
weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces and
was 21 inches long. He has a four
year-oid sister. Savannah Lainc Ful
Grandparents arc Robert and
Diane Fulford of Holdcn Bcach,
George and Patricia Buctcr of Louis
ville, Ky., and Dan and Mac Moore
Great-grandparents are Mary
Leona Settles of Lebanon, Ky., Vir
ginia Buctcr of Charlestown, Ind.,
and Dorothy and Melvin Clcmmons
of Holdcn Bcach.
Dean and Jennifer Davis of Route
3, Lumbcrton, have announced the
birth of a child, Logan Spcnccr
Davis, March 28 at Cape Fear Hos
I^ogan weighed 9 pounds, 6
ounccs and was 211/2 inchcs long.
Grandparents are Marion and
Carolyn Davis of Supply and Gene
and Spencer Wright of Lumbcrton.
Evelene Balkcum of Garland is
Mark and Gina Gore of Route 3,
Shallottc, have announced the birOi
of a daughter, Emily Lauren Gore,
April 14 in Cape Fear Memorial
Born at 4:04 p.m., Emily weigh
ed 10 pounds, 10 ounccs and was
22 inchcs long. She has a four-year
old brother, Evan.
Grandparents arc Grade and
Gene Evans of Shallottc and Phyllis
and Paul Gore of Ash.
Great-grandparents are Lattie and
Henry Hewe't of Shallottc, Elma
Milligan of Seaside and lola Clcm
mons of Supply.
LaShonda Morgan of Supply and
Bennie Stanley of Shallouc have
announced the birth of a daughter,
Shakcita Danielle Stanley, at 11:02
a.m. April 15 at The Brunswick
Hospital in Supply.
Shakcita weighed 7 pounds, 2
ounces and measured 19 inches long.
Grandparents arc Rachellc Stan
ley of Shallotte and James Gore, al
so of Shallotte.
Great-grandparents arc Christa
bcllc and Hodges Morgan of Supply.
Thca Barefoot and Wayne Ed
wards of Shallotte have announced
the birth of a daughter, Jacquclinc
(Jackie) Diane Edwards, at 1:27
p.m. April 17 at The Brunswick
Hospital in Supply.
Jackie weighed 7 pounds, 14
ounces at birth and measured 20
She will join four sisters, Jessica
L? Samantha N? Dcanna J. and Le
anna H. Edwards.
Maternal grandparents arc
Glcnda Harold Brady of Ash and
the late R. Jack Barefoot. Paternal
grandparents arc Doris and Nathan
Edwards of Ash.
Maternal great-grandparents arc
Dcssa Little of Ash and the late Jes
sie P. Little. Paternal grcat-grand
parcnts arc Ada Edwards of Ash
and the late Nulcy Edwards.
Margaret Abercrombie and Mic
hael Timothy Smith of Shallotte
have announced the birth of a son,
Michael Cody Abercrombie.
He was bom April 13 at 10:55
a.m. in The Brunswick Hospital,
Supply. MichacI weighed 8 pounds,
5 1/2 ounccs and was 21 inches long.
Grandparents are Patricia Abcr
crombic of Supply, Ralph Smith of
Shallotte and Sara Virginia Smith of
Brian and Mary Barnhardt of
River Hills, Shallotte, have an
nounced the birth of their third
daughter, Kristen Nicole.
She arrived April 20 at 7:12 a.m.
at New Hanover Regional Medical
Center, Wilmington, she weighed 8
pounds, 7 1/2 ounccs and was 21
inches in length.
Kristen joins two sisters, Briana,
4, and Jennifer, 2.
Grandparents arc Peg Dyer of
Boiling Spring Lakes and Gene
Barnhardt of Concord.
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Plan May Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sellers of Supply have announced the en
gagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Betty Lynn,
to Billy Ray Covil, son of Mrs. Mary C. Maggard of Winnabow
and the late Ivon Covil. The wedding will be Saturday, May 18, ci
2 p.m. at Supply Baptist Church. A reception will follow in the
church fellowship hall. Friends and relatives are invited.
Pilots To Attend Convention
Five members of the Pilot Club
of the South Brunswick Islands will
attend the North Carolina District
Convention of Pilot International
May 3-5 at the High Point Radis
son, High Point.
They are delegates Sue Chap
man, club president; Nellie West
brook, president-elect; and Faye
Allen; Gigi Gore; and Sherry Rose
man, district lieutenant governor.
A highlight of the convention
will be the presentation of the North
Carolina Disabled Professional Wo
man of the Year.
Pilot Club International is a glob
al organization of executive, busi
ness and professional leaders work
ing together to improve the quality
of life in local communities and
throughout the world.
What Is Civitan?
Learn what Civitan International
is all about when the South Bruns
wick Isles chapter hosts a "SEEK"
meeting today (Thursday) at 7 p.m.
the main branch of United Carolina
Bank in Shallotte.
The community service organiza
tion offers members an international
network of friends and business con
tacts, seminars and training pro
grams, travel opportunities and
more, said spokesman Bob Johnston.
The local chapter meets every
Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Sizzling
Sirloin Family Stcakhouse in
For more information, call Ro
bert Cox at 754-4301.
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j Seafood Specialist Tells Cooking Tips
Joycc Taylor.scafood education
specialist from N.C. State Univer
sity's Seafood Lab in Morehcad
City visits Brunswick County next
month to give two cocking demon
Mrs. Taylor, author of numerous
seafood cookbooks, gives a prcsen
taUon at Long Beach May 9 and an
other at Calabash May 10.
She will demonstrate several tech
niques for cooking seafood, give
pointers for using seafood in a
heathy diet and discuss how to han
dle seafood to maintain quality and
Prcscniations arc scheduled May
9 at 2 p.m. at the Long Beach Rec
reation Center and May 10 at 10
a.ni. at the Calabash Volunteer Fire
Registration costs S2.50 per per
son. To register or for more infor
mation, call the Brunswick County
Agricultural Extension Scrvice at
An article in the April 18 issue of
The Brunswick Beacon gave a
wrong phone number for people in
terested in donating items for Coast
line Volunteer Rescue Squad's an
nual Trash and Treasure Sale.
People who want to donate can
call Dot Krimininger at 842-6360.
MR. AIS'D MRS. CHRISTOPHER THOMPSON HARRELL
..Jeanelte Marie Crecraft
Crecraft, Harrell Wed
At Letties Grove Church
Jcancite Marie Crccrafl and
Christopher Thompson Hancll were
married April 6 in a 5 p.m. ceremo
ny at Lelues Grove Pentecostal
Baptist Church, Shallollc.
The Rev. Maurice Milligan offi
ciated the double-ring ceremony.
Rhonda Evans provided a program
of piano music and solos The sanc
tuary was decorated with candle
labra, palms, spathophilias, a unity
candle and kneeling bench.
The bride is the daughter of Patri
cia Kipcr and is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whitmire.
Given in marriage by her grandfa
ther, she wore a formal gown of
white satin trimmed with seed pearls
and sequins. Her three-quarter
length veil of illusion was attached
to a tiara of seed pearls and sequins.
She carried a bouquet of orchids,
white roses, Sans Souci lilies, wax
flowers, frccsia and pearl sprays.
Sabrina Parish was her matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Patty John
son and Mina Richardson, cousins
of ihc bride; Jennifer Kuchncman;
and Lisa Harrcll, cousin of ihc
groom. They wore identical gowns
of fuchsia with white shawl collars
and white hats. Mrs. Parrish carried
a bouqet of Sans Souci lilies, wax
flowers and miniature carnations,
while the other attendants carried
stems of Sans Souci lilies and minia
Charles Henry Harrcll was the
groom's best man. Ushers were Brae
Brady, cousin of the groom, and Eric
A reception for the ncwlyweds
was held at Lock wood Folly Com
munity Building, Supply.
Following a honeymoon in At
lanta, Ga., the ncwlyweds arc mak
ing their home in Conway, S.C.
The bride is a front desk clcrk at
Sands Ocean Forest Villa Resorts,
Myrtle Beach, S.C., and is a gradu
ate of West Brunswick High School.
The groom is division dispatcher for
Santee Cooper, Conway, S.C., and
is a graduate of Meade Senior High
School, Fort Meade, Md.
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To Wed May 4
Jimmy and Elaine Pigott of Shallotte havt announced the forth
coming marriage of their daughter, April Pigott, to Bobby Joe
"Joey" Rabson Jr., son of Bobby Joe and Diana Babson of
Shallotte. The wedding will be Saturday, May 4, at 3 p.m. in
Jennies Branch Baptist Church, Brick Landing, with a reception
in the church fellowship hall. No invitations have been sent ; how
ever friends and relatives are invited.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Ward To Celebrate
Linnic Ward of Regan's Cross
roads, Longwood, will cclcbratc her
90th birthday with a covcrcd dish
dinner Sunday, May 5, at 12:30 p.m.
at her home.
All friends and relatives arc invit
ed to the event, which will be host
Her 90th Birthday
cd by her son and daughtcr-in-law,
Willie and Carolyn Ward.
In the event of rain, the dinner
will be held in the fellowship hall of
Friendship Baptist Church at Long
Mrs. Ward was born May 9, 1901 .
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Thursday, April 25
Amanda Andrews, Angel Rachel
Norcross, Holland Pigott, Fred Sim
mons, Alice B. Long; Mr. and Mrs.
Luther C. Batten, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Friday, April 26
Merrell Hawcs, John Galloway,
Rita Hewett, Wendy Gcddings,
Debbie Thorscn, Alfred Lcc Flow
ers, Chris Daniels, Wendy Hewett,
O. Kenneth Hewett, Polly Caison,
Mina Smith, April Varnam, Darnel
la McMillian, Ila Caison, Debbie
Saturday, April 27
Shirley E. Robinson, Dale Limer,
Kristin Williams, Mark Holdcn,
Manuel Evans, An Stoveken,
Luvenia Turner, Jennings Edge; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Scott Miles, Mr.
and Mrs. Rozell Hewett.
Sunday, April 28
Rebecca S. DeFeo, Heather Stan
ley, Lula Mac Causey, Sarah Gur
ganus, Alexis Bulow, Robert Frci
tas, Kaiiiy Fulford, Virginia Long,
Marion Holdcn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Happy Belated Birthday to
daushtcr of Mr. & Mrs. Lin
wood Hill of Gri&settown.
Friends & Family
April 21. 1991
Monday, April 29
Bradley Benton, Lindscy Joy
Belton, Jim Cole, Jessica Manges,
Penny Carlyle, Mildred Bernard,
Selena Moore, Pat Collins, Mere
dith Andrews, Mickey Miller.
? Tuesday, April 30
Darnell Whitt, Alma Anderson,
Jack Byrd, Janet JcwdTf, C.E. Gore,
Love Williamson, Rdzclla Sodcr
bcrg, Charlie Singleton, Jay King,
Eliza Hcwctt; Pat and Alma Tolson,
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Swcatt.
Wednesday, May 1
Annette Alsbrook, Amy Ballou,
Greg Bellamy, Carvin Robinson,
Tina Hewett; Mr. and Mrs. Rozicr
DcBoisc, Gary and Martha Pope.
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Gifts for Mom
Floral scented soaps, sachets,
hangers, drawer liners,
bath pearls & potpourri.
? Gift bags ? Ceramic clocks
?Beautiful books & booklets
?Li*e plants & herbs
Give Mom Roses!
Huge selection of rose bushes and
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2.6 Miles From Whiteville
Open Monday-Saturday 8:30-5:30