Local Births Are Announced
Margaret and Arnold Loflin of
Roulc 6, Shalloltc, arc the parents of
a daughter. Cccilia Irene, born
March H 31 l'?S n m at The Rnjnv
wick Hospital in Supply.
She weighed seven pounds and
was 19 1/2 inches in length.
Cccilia Irene joins two brothers,
Keith and Nicholas.
Grandparents arc Brcnda and Ar
nold Loflin of High Point. Cccilia
London of Seagrove and Raymond
Barbec of Greensboro.
Ted and Irene Lot! in of High Point
arc paternal great-grandparents.
Phillip and Diana Davis of Long
Beach have announced the birth of
their first child, a daughter named
Kclscy Ann Davis.
She arrived at 8:33 p.m. March 9
at The Brunswick Hospital, weigh
ing eight pounds, seven ounces, and
measuring 21 inches in length.
Grandparents arc Jerry Basham
and Mary Ann Basham of Brook
villc, Ohio, and Bill Davis and June
Davis of Plum Branch, S.C.
Jem and Lisa Clarida of Route 3,
Shallottc, have announced the birth
of a daughter, Shelia Yvcttc Clarida.
Born at The Brunswick Hospital
at 1:26 p.m. March 12, she weighed
six pounds, one ounce, and was 19
1/2 inches in length.
She joins a sister, Ela Seival.
Grandparents arc Ela and Ccasar
Hardy Sr. of Shallottc and Mary and
Joe Clarida Sr. of Nakina.
Maggie Smith of Shalloltc is She
Devena Grissctt iind Rorsrsic
Bryant of Supply have announced
the birth of a son, Ronnie Bryant Jr.,
March 13 at 9:23 a.m. at The
Ronnie weighed seven pounds,
nine ounces and was 19 inches iong.
He joins a sister, Kiesha DeVon
Grandparents are Camell and
Bertha Bryant of Supply, Harry
Grissctt of Supply and Anna Hcwctt
of Zion Hill. Great-grandparents are
Nina Grissctt of Supply anil Golcy
and Mablc Hcwctt of Zion Hill.
Karen McNeil of Route 3, Shal
loltc, and P_J. Holmes of Shallotte
are the parents of a girl, Paige
Born at 12:13 p.m. March 15 at
The Brunswick Hospital, she
weighed eight pounds, seven and
one-half ounces and was 21 inches
She joins a brother, Tristan Mc
Neil, and a sister, Marie Holmes.
Grandparents arc David and Clara
McNcil of Shallotte and Adolph and
Edith Holmes of Shallotte. Harry H.
Bell of Shalloltc in Paige's great
Shcppard and Tina Culbreth of
Holden Beach have announced the
birth of a daughter, Brooke Michelle
Culbrcih, Feb. 20 at New Hanover
Regional Medical Center, Wilming
She weighed six pounds, nine
ounces and was 20 inches long.
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and a sister, Karen Culbreth.
Grandparents arc Louie Lewis
and Lois Evans, both of Supply.
Great-grandparents are Janic and
Lloyd Evans of Supply and Lvdia
Lewis of Mill Creek.
Thomas Gerald and Sheila Grace
Fulwood of Shallottc have announ
ced the birth of a son. Christian An
He arrived Feb. 17 at 1 1:30 a.m.
at New Hanover Regional Medical
Center, Wilmington, weighing nine
pounds, eight ounces and measuring
21 1/2 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are Cathy
Hcwett Johnson of Ash and William
Amos Stanley III of Shallottc. Mat
ernal great-grandparents arc Mr. and
Mrs. William Amos Stanley Jr. of
Shallolte and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Earl Hewctt of Ash. Her maternal
grcat-grcat-grandmolher is Lawnic
Clcmmons of Supply.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Fulwood of Shallottc.
Paternal great-grandparents are Mr.
T.M. Fulwood of Shallottc and
Pauline Hcwett of Shallottc.
Jeffrey Dean and Dcbra Sue
White of Route 2, Bolivia, have an
nounced the birth of a son, Jeffrey
Tyler White, March 16 at The
Brunswick Hospital in Supply.
Born at 7:31 p.m., Jeffrey
weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces, and
was 2 1 inches long.
Grandparents arc Franklin Wat
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lers of Carolina Beach.
Kenneth V. White and Lutricia
White, both of Bolivia, arc the great
Kelly D. and Samuel Fletcher
Frink 111 of Bonaparte's Retreat II,
Sunset Beach, have announced the
birth of their second child, a son,
John Fletcher Frink.
Born Feb. 24, he weighed seven
pounds, eight ounces, and was 19
1/2 inches long.
He has a brother, Samuel James
Frink, 22 months.
Peggy Miller of Sunset Beach is
his maternal grandmother. Ma/ie
Frink of Sunset Beach is his paternal
His paternal great-grandmother is
lona Napier of Ash.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanley of
Southport have announced the birth
of their first child, a daughter.
Victoria Lynne Stanley was bom
Wednesday, March 18, at 12:06
p.m. at New Hanover Regional
Medical Center in Wilmington. She
weighed eight pounds, 10 ounces
and measured 21 inches.
Grandparents are Alma Stanley of
Shallottc, Christine Williams of
Lillington and Theodore Williams
of Jersey City, N.J.
Beachcombers Host North Carolina Shell Club
The Beachcombers Shell Study
Group will host the North Carolina
Shell Club this week when it makes
its first local visit in three years.
Friday night the group will lour
the Museum of Coastal Carolina at
Ocean Isle Beach. The tour will fol
low registration and refreshments
from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday's schedule includes a
lour of the home of William and
Zida Kibler in Shalloltc starting at 1
p.m. Admission for the lour is S6.
The group will meet at the
Lockwood Folly Community Build
ing Saturday night. Registration
starts at 7:30 o'clock and the meet
ing starts at X o'clock.
Ruth Dixon, who has collected
shells for 35 years, will be the guest
speaker. She will display some of
her best shells and show slides of
several of the exotic collecting areas
she has visited.
Mrs. Dixon's collection includes
shells from North and South
Carolina, Florida, Nassau, Eleul
hcra. Grand Cayman, Cayman Brae,
Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, Guam,
Hawaii, Palau, the Philippines,
Egypt and Italy.
For more information, call Joyce
Rose at 579-3664.
Win At State
Four local students won recogni
tion at the North Carolina Feder
ation of Women's Club State Arts
Festival held March 21 at Salem
College, including one first-place
Sponsored by the Shalloue Junior
Woman's Club, the four were
among nine students to receive first
place awards in local and district
competition to qualify for the state
First-place winner Allison Keill, a
student at West Brunswick High
School, won a S50 cash award for
her entry in non-fiction literature, re
ported club spokesman Cathy
Shalloue Middle School studenLs
Leah Sloane and Sondra Gray won
sccond place in non-ficlion literature
and peotry respectively in their age
Beth Roberson, of West Bruns
wick High, placcd third in basic em
Also competing at the state level
were Mark Thomas, Shallottc Mid
dle; Rebecca Derosa, Waccamaw
Elementary; and Pam Detrie, Stacey
Hill and Bndget Hill of West Bruns
Competing in the clubwomen's
division was Sharyn Morrison.
Grange To Organize
An organizational meeting for the
Brunswick County Grange will be
held today (Thursday) from 7 p.m.
to 8 p.m. at Waccamaw District
Park, adjacent to Waccamaw Ele
Spokesman Donald Wayne Long
said the agenda includes plans to se
lect a name for the group, elect and
install officers and start a list of
Probate On Program
Diana Morgan, Brunswick
County Clerk of Superior Court,
will discuss matters relating to pro
bate at the Town Creek Senior Citi
zens Club meeting Thursday, April
2, at 9 a.m. at Town Creek Park at
Also, Tina Pritchard of the Bruns
wick County Parks and Recreation
Department will serve members and
guests a healthful breakfast of cereal
and juices, said club spokesman
Visitors arc welcome.
Marge Harper of Shallotte will
present a program on Wiidfiowers
of the Carolinas at the April 2 meet
ing of the Calabash Chapter of the
American Association of Retired
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at
the Calabash fire station on Per
simmon Road. Guests are welcome.
Mrs. Harper will discuss wild
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flowers found locally and provide
information on drying them.
Also, the chapter is making plans
for a June luncheon and silent auc
tion, with auction proceeds to go to
a charity, said publicity chairman
Margaret W. Chroniger.
Refreshments will be served alter
Sale Items Sought
The Ladies Auxiliary to VFW
Post No. 7288 in Calabash is accept
ing items for a yard and bake sale to
be held Friday, April 3, and
Saturday, April 4, at the post from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Donations can be dropped off at
the post. More information is avail
able from Florcncc Cook at 579
Megivem To Speak
Marjorie Megivem of Wilming
ton will be guest speaker at the April
2 meeting of Friends of the Library
Mrs. Megivem, a former staff
writer with the Beacon , will discuss
her most recent work called Profiles
in Faith , a pictorial history of reli
gion in North Carolina.
The meeting starts at 1 p.m. at
Shalloue Presbyterian Church, locat
ed behind the West Brunswick
Branch Library, according to
spokesperson Alice Garner.
Williams Is Speaker
Bruce Williams of the N.C. Co
operative Extension Service will dis
cuss landscaping at the next meeting
of the Brunswick County Chapter of
the National Association of Retired
The group will hold its monthly
meeting Tuesday, April 14, at noon
at the Sand fiddler Restaurant in
Southport, saiil spokesman James H.
NARFE meetings are open to the
public and membership is open to all
federal retirees and federal employ
ees with at least five years of ser
Bill McDavit was elected as new
president of the Sunset Lakes
Homeowners Association at the
group's annual meeting Saturday.
Other new officers elected includ
ed vice president Al Branham, sec
retary Mary Hcrbst, treasurer Mary
McDavit and one-year director
Spokesman Fred Small said the
meeting was held at the home of Al
Branham. The Sunset Lakes are lo
cated at Sunset Beach.
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Vows Exchanged At Myrtle Beach
Virginia Ionise Gray and Billy Date Inman were married Sunday,
March 1, at the Myrtle Beach Wedding Chapel, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James David Gray of
Shallotte. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Dale
Inman of Ash. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the
home of Delores Inman. The groom is a 1988 graduate of West
Brunswick High School in Shallotte. He is employed with the U.S.
Navy. The bride is a 1989 graduate of West Brunswick High
School. She is enrolled in the nursing program at Southeastern
Community College, Whiteville.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, March 26
Gcraldinc Taylor, Alfred Lcc
Flowers, Ann Laughinghousc, Lara
Lynn Milligan, Sue Baxlcy, Robert
Robinson Jr., Jean Usher Barrick
low, Robert W. Grissctl, George F.
Wilson IV, Katherinc Shawvcr, Gcr
aldinc Williams; Mr. and Mrs. Greg
Young, Mickey and Sara Miller.
Friday, March 27
Mary H. Hewitt, Eunice Chad
wick, Malcta Humbert, Kcri Leigh
Roberts, Terry Ludlum, Kalhy May,
James H. Bryant, Russell Millikcn,
Jcni Holden; Charles and Ann
Hcwctt, Mr. and Mrs. Rogcrt G.
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Sel
Saturday, March 28
Donald R. Baines Sr., Jodi Nelson
Gravcncr, Pauleitc Fullwood,
Shelby Cole, Tammy Green, Craig
Hobbs, Julie Brinsficld, Richard
Hcwctt, Myrtle Russ, Fred Mint/;
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Russ, Belly
and Walter Thorpe.
Sunday, March 29
Tracy Brown, Dawn Clark, Jared
D. Smith, Patricia Norton. Andrcna
Evans, Mark Owens, Pam Cheers,
Travis Hayes, Scan Mulholland,
Danny Gore; John and Brenda Chil
ton, Gary and Debbie Edge, Mr. and
Mrs. Skipper Brummctl, Mr. and
Mrs. Burnice Johnson.
Monday, March 30
Scott Varnum, Dana Ripley, Hil
da Hall, Lillian Blanchard, Donna
Jones, Mabel Benson, Alice Ful
wood, Charlotte Nolle, Teah Os
borne, Ann Smith, Christine Hcwett,
Chip Harper, Harry Rickenbacker,
Ella Smith Pettijohn, Clara Lee Mil
liken, Alan Lewis, Jeffrey Len
Tuesday, March 31
Brenda Clcmmons Moore, Jcffcry
Dean Milliken, Shcryl Galloway,
Ruth Weimer, Lorraine Stanley,
Ernie Evans, Dean Jones. Catherine
Cooke, Paige Lane, Sharonda Hank
ins, April Ward, Scott Varnum,
Cindy H. Reed, Mac Stanley, Jo
Roycroft Whalcy; Mr. and Mrs. L.E.
Banner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Somcr
Wednesday, April 1
Brenda Strickland, Shirlccn Mill
iken, Hellcn Webster, Holly Marie
Norton; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Love, Tommy and Wanda Brad
sher, Frankie and Brenda Rabon,
Elbert and Brenda Carpenter.
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