Holden Family Plans Reunion
The 1991 annual family reunion
of relatives of Richard Wesley and
Dora Lou Dilsaver Holden will be
held Aug. 31 and Sept. I at the
Lockwood Folly Community Cen
ter, Stanbury Road, Supply.
Fred and Irene Holden Cumbee
arc hosts for this year's event.
All family members are invited to
a Getting to Know You party on
Aug. 31 at 6 p.m. and a traditional
Sunday dinner at 1 p.m. on Sept. 1.
Members should bring snack
ftxxls or desserts for the Saturday
night party and their favorite cov
ered dish to the Sunday dinner, said
family spokesman Gary Cumbee.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT D. NORTON SR.
...married 5U years
Nortons Renew Wedding Vows
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis Nor
ton Sr. renewed their wedding vows
Saturday, June 8, after 50 years of
marriage, in a ceremony at Calvary
The two were married June 14,
1941, in Marston.
After the ceremony a reception
was given in the fellowship hall by
their children, the Rev. and Mrs.
Robert D. Norton Jr. of Whilcvillc
and Mr. and Mrs. James V. Lovitt of
Rev. Norton conducted the re
newal ccremony. Music was provid
ed by Mrs. Alan Turbcvillc of
Whilcvillc, organist, and the
couple's daughter and daughter-in
law, who sang. Because He Lives.
The Nortons and their children
participated in lighting the unity
The fellowship hall was decoral
cd in yellow and white. Shirley
Coward of Latta, S.C., served the
cake, while the couple's nieces
served punch and olher with the
guidance of Tracy Hussy of Star, a
cousin of Mrs. Norton.
Mrs. Norton wore a three piece
suit in rose and her husband, a coor
dinating rose jacket and gray
trousers, with yellow rose corsage
and boutonniere respectively.
Mrs. Herman Brown of Ashc
boro, sister-in-law of Mrs. Norton,
and Mrs. Judson Flowers of Rock
ingham, Norton's sister, were
among the approximately 150
guests to attend the event.
The couple received a five-day
vacation in the mountains from their
six grandchildren, complete with a
railroad excursion and "old timers"
night at the home of the Inspir
ations gospel singers.
Shanes Announce Son's Birth
Tim and Lois Shane of Roulc 1,
Supply, have announced the birth of
a son, Robert Anthony, on July 29.
Arriving at 2:41 p.m. at The
Brunswick Hospital, he weighed 6
pounds, 10 ounccs and was 19 3/4
He joins a sisicr, Amber, and a
brother, Timothy Erin.
Grandparents arc Joyce Blcvins,
Ruth Conrad, Danny Shane and the
late Bobby Rose.
Have you ever been in a situation
where one of your close friends or a
family member became critically ill
and you felt helpless because you
didn't know what to do?
Waccamaw Volunteer Fire and
Rescue Squad says it can help turn
that situation around. The squad is
offering an Emergency Mcdic?l
Technician (EMT) training class
Waccamaw To Offer Course For EMTs
starting in September.
Gregg Warren, a state certified
instructor, will teach the class,
which is being sponsored by Bruns
wick Community College. Students
must be at least 18 years old.
For more information call Roscoe
Warren, rescue chief, at 287-3761
DR. EDWARD F. ECKERT, JR.
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Coastal Carolina Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery
announce the summer hours of the
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303 Highway 90, Nixon's Crossroads
Little River, SC 29566, 803-249-7810
Wednesday, 9 AM- 12:30 PM
Friday. 1 PM-4 PM
For an appointment,
call our Myrtle Beach office
We specialize in wisdom teeth removal, implants. T.M.J.
Surgery. Orthognathic Surgery and Cosmetic Facial Surgery.
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Beautiful Fall Arrivals
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To Wed August 1 7
Jimmy and Felice Cox of Supply have announced the forthcom
ing marriage of their daughter, Maria V. Cox, to Alan Woodcock,
son of Henry Lee Woodcock Jr. and Julie Barnes, both of Wilm
ington. The wedding will be Saturday, Aug. '7, at 1 p.m. at St.
Mary's Church in Wilmington. Friends and relatives are invited.
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To Wed Aug. 3 7
A/r. and Mrs. Samuel Fields of Shallotte have announced the en
gagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Annette
Fields , to Murk Fnnis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fnnis of Sup
ply. Their wedding is planned Saturday , An g. 31 , in Shallotte First
Baptist Church at H p.m. A reception will follow in the church fel
lowship hall. Invitations have been sent.
Reserve Your Seats For Concert Series
Brunswick County Parks and
Rccrcaiion will offer transportation
to the N.C. State University concert
series which will begin this fall.
Performances in the series Some
of the Best I'riendx We've Ever
llad... include The Coldstream
Guards, Pipes, Drums and Dancers
of the Queen's Own Highlanders,
Oct. 11; The Canadian Brass En
semble, Oct. 26; The New York
City Opera, Jan. 23, 1992; The Phil
harmanca Hugarica, Feb. 7, 1992;
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet, March
27, 1992; and soprano Lcontync
Pricc, April 10, 1992. A holiday
celebration featuring Mike Cross
will be held Dec. 6.
Duo Will Perform At Franklin Square
Guitarists Kathy Bass and Barry
Bey will perform at Franklin Square
Park Tuesday, Aug. 13, from 7 p.m.
to 8:30 p.m.
The two play a variety of music
suitable for family entertainment,
said Emma McGraw of the Bruns
wick County Parks and Recreation
Department, which is sponsoring
the free event.
Audience members arc asked to
bring their own lawn chair or blan
ket for seating.
Call today to sign up.
Marilyn J. Boehm. M.D.. Ph. D. 919-754-5581
Village Pines. Shallotte 919-754-9949
If you Mint to experience the true meaning of international cuisine
and a taste of Europe, then join us tor dinner. Our unicjue menu offers
a charming array of sufk'rbh/ prepared beef, veal, lamb, game, poultry,
fish and seafood.
An International Fare with a Southern Flair
Luck St. and Mulberry St. (Turn off Htvy. 17 at the blinking caution light.)
Memberships costing S35 each
will cover the cost of all perlor
manccs, with Aug. 30 the deadline
to purchase. They can be bought by
calling Friends of the College at
Transportation reservations must
Cynthia Lynn (Cindy)
Cjary 'J(pss Qa(fou>ay, 'Jr.
?urifC 6e married
Saturday, August 10
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'Pine Vattey 'Baptist Church
'friends and refatives
be made with parks and rccreation
by Aug. 12. A small fee will be
To sign up or for more informa
tion, call Emma T. McGraw or
Wendy Jones at 253-4357 or 1-8(X)
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