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Laura Marie Brust and Nailer
Nassim-Sobhan were married July 5
at 1 1 a.m. in Sacrcd Heart Catholic
Church in Southport.
The Rev. Jem Sullivan of Greens
boro officiated the double ring cere
mony. the first marriage to take place
hi ihc fiC W church itiCiiiiy.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph V. Brust of Ocean
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Habib Nassim-Sobhan of Iran.
Given in marriage by her parents
and escorted by her father, the bride
wore her mother's wedding dress,
an off-white gown with short
sleeves covered in lace and tulle al
ternating bands and surplice neck.
Her floor-length veil made by her
mother was attached to a coronet
accented with rosebuds and a siring
of pearls. The bride carried a bou
quet of roses in different shades of
Alison Ann Brust, sister of the
bride, served as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Jennifer Ann
Uckcri and Mary P. Phillips, sisters
of the brute. They wore sage green
gowns with a lapesiry bodice. The
gowns featured small cap sleeves
and heart-shaped necklines. The
bridesmaids carried long stem roses
in while and pink.
Sharyar Aula Ian served as best
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Music was provided by Peggy
Olsen, tlutist: Duke Ladd, organist;
and Mrs. Ladd, vocalist.
A reception was held at the Lock
wood Folly Links Clubhouse.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Florida Keys, the couple will reside
in Wapingcrfalls. N.Y.
The bride graduated from die
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro in IMS 7 with a B.A. de
gree. She is a technical writer in
The groom graduated from the
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro in 1986 with a B.S. de
gree and received his master's de
gree in 1989 from A .V T Slate Uni
versity. He is a system design engi
neer for IBM in Hast Fishkill, N.Y.
Births Are Announced
Lillian Diann Thomas and An
dre' Robinson of Rouie 1, Winna
bow, have announced the birth of a
son, Andre' Robinson Jr., on July
13. Arriving at The Brunswick Hos
pital at 10:15 a.m., he weighed 7
1/2 pounds and was 20 inches long.
He joins other siblings Jury,
Christopher, Atari and Bryana.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie James Devone of
Wilmington. The child's great
grandmother is Loma E. Devone of
Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and
Mrs. Robinson of Atkinson.
Larry and Julie Harrelson of
Shallotte have announced the birth
of a daughter, Suzannah Jean, on
July 13 at The Brunswick Hospital.
Arriving at 8:56 a.m., she weighed
6 pounds 13 ounces and was 19
She joins a sister, Amelia Holt
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Wilton Harrelson of Shallotte.
Maternal grandparents arc Mr.
and Mrs. Robert L. Millis of
Ted and Robin Vargo of Route 1 ,
Shallotte, have announced the birth
of a daughter, Olivia Manning, on
July 11. Arriving at 12:33 p.m. at
The Brunswick Hospital, she weigh
ed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 19
She joins a sibling, Logan Gail
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Swink of Calabash, Mr. and
Mrs. Terry Stewart of Shallotte and
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vargo of
Her great-grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Ballon of Seaside,
Blanch Swink of Thomasvillc, Ven
nic Vargo of Seattle, Wash., and
Delia Mellon of High Point.
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' Friends' Organization
Is Making A Differ&ncs
An active Friends of the Library
organization is helping bring aNiut
changes at the West Brunswick
Branch Library in Shallotte, sa\ s
Chairperson Mary Nicol.
By joining the Friends group, li
brary users and backers support sev
eral programs, she said, and also
help spread the word to others about
services provided through the library.
For example, 128 students from
preschool to 14 years of age arc sign
ed up for Summer Reading Club.
Their reading efforts will be recog
nized July 31 at 3 p.m. with prizes
and certificates. The Friends of the
Library and the Bricrwood l-adics
Book Club are hosting the event.
Services available through die li
brary include a variety of fiction,
non-fiction and reference books,
large-books lor the sight-impaired,
magazines, paperbacks, phonograph
albums, videos, books on cassette,
audiovisual equipment for loan,
photocopying and voter registration.
Visitors who are not eligible for a
library card can buy a bcuch btxtk
for S 1 .
Library cards arc available with
presentation of a North Carolina
driver's license with local address,
or an identification card with a
Brunswick County address. Proper
ty owners who live elsewhere most
of the tune must provide a copy of
their deed or a property tax receipt
in addition to their driver's license.
Temporary residents can obtan a
tentjiorary card that can be used to
check out paperback txx>ks only.
Mrs. N icoi said the Friends group
is pleased with local residents' re
sponse so far and plans to continue
soliciting memberships and other
Funds raised by the Friends will
go to provide more and better pro
grams, to asd in providing better us
age and services and to expand the
library facility, said Mrs. Nicol.
The Friends of the Library are
not meeting during the summer, but
plan to resume meeting Sept. 5.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, July IX
Gary Gurganus, Andrew Thomas
Bolynn 111, Grace M. Call, Daniel
Lee Lewis, Sandy Heweu, Mary
Hcwctt; Mr. and Mrs. Delane
Friday, July 19
Pauline Nankins, Roy Rabon,
Timmy Daniels, Bob McCall, Bill
Abshirc, Jcffery Fa/ekas, Gloria
Hugo, Yvonne Hewcu, Pat Griffin
Sandifcr, Roxann M lnnian; Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmy Pierce, Reggie and
Saturday, July 20
Milton Coleman, Rom Hardin,
Co/ey Hcwett, Kortney Elizabeth
Carter, Charles Nicholas Henry,
Latiinorc Hankins, Dewey Sellers,
Tessic Shea Kelly, Tilfaney Hill,
David J. Batten, Doyle Dennis,
Magnus Heweil, Vera M. Hcwett,
Jamie Wilson; Mr. and Mrs. John
Sunday, July 21
Jimmic Ashley Clcmmons, Dc
nise Williams, Dinky Louise Jones,
Jeffrey Hankins, Elinor Aucrbach,
Jay Howard, Aicx White, Kitty
Gaincy, Reggie Stanley, Barbara
Reaves, Coleman Moore, Megan
Millikcn; Dr. and Mrs. John Ward,
Larry and Debbie Sellers, Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Marshall, Mr. and Mrs.
Tim Callcndcr, Kcnnelh and Bar
Monday, July 22
Jonathan Galloway, Sammy Var
nam, Betty Royals, Justin David
Smith, Brandon Hughes, Chucky
Fochrkolb, Richard Chaisson, Bren
da Kay Smith, Grover M. Sellers,
Frank Couvillon Jr., Sonja Mayo,
Dale While, Eva Mac Bennett, Rob
Waplcs; Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Trucs
Tuesday, July 23
Ralph Norris, Scott Evans, Fred
Mayo, Rachel Beck, Betty Royal, L.
Thomas Hcwctl, lone Babson, Ann
Anderson, Hcrbie Robinson, Dadcnt
Hayes, Carla L. Ramm; Mr. and
Mrs. Al Ward.
Wednesday, July 24
Laura Ann Sligh, Shane Faulk,
Lucille L. Mandy, Johnnie Nance,
Jerry Hargis, Tammy Cooke, Chan
dee Varnarn; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie
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Five Generations Together
Diane Causey Tompkins of Hickman's Crossroads (far right) is
shown wiih fuui oilier generations of her family. They include
(from left) Coleen McDonald, her paternal aunt ; Viola Causey,
paternal grandmother; lA'slic Da'Gnese, her niece; and Hobby
Da'Gnese, her great-nephew.
Insurance Volunteers Certified
Ten volunteers were recently cer
tified alter completing Senior Health
Insurance Information Program
(S. H.I.I. P.) training offered through
the Brunswick County Extension
The six-session program was
conducted by Ida Perry, a represen
tative of the N.C. Department of
The volunteers arc prepared to
answer basic health insurance ques
tions and provide effective counsel
ing to residents who arc unaware of
the gaps in coverage provided by
Trained are the following: Mrs.
Coupie To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hcwett
of Shallottc have announced the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Billic Jo Hcwclt to Sam
my Avant, son of William Samuel
and Mary Lou Avant of Dclco, on
July 20 in Shallottc First Baptist
Church at 2 p.m. A reception will
follow in lite fellowship hall.
Friends and relatives arc welcome.
Carlo L. Andrews, Jo Nell lslcy,
Barbara S. Morrison, John H. Finn,
Wilhemcnia Horlon, Virginia L.
Lloyd, Larry Nielsen, Mrs. La Verne
Thomas, Brenda C. Tew and Doris
Extension Agent Pearl Stanley is
serving as coordinator for the vol
unteers. Seniors who need help or
information may call her at 253
4425 for a referral.
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