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...Florence Renee Ijtvett
Lovett, Long Vows Spoken
In a private ccrcmony held at the
home of the bride in Green Sea,
S.C., Florence Rcnce Lovett and
Steve A. Long were married May
The Rev. CJ. Langton of Man
kato, Minn., a friend of the family,
performed the ceremony.
Given in marriage by her brother,
Kevin W. Lovett, the bride is the
daughter of Minette G. Lovett of
Green Sea and the late Wilson
Lovett. She is a graduate of Green
Sc-aHigh School, Coastal Carolina
College and the University of South
Carolina. She has been employed as
a school counselor in Dillon County,
The groom is the son of Gurtie H.
Long of Longwood and the late
W.A. Long. A graduate of Wac
camaw High School, he is employed
with Atlantic Telephone Member
ship Corp. of Shallouc.
After June 5, the couple will be at
home in Brunswick County.
Tool Sale , BBQ Planned
Holdcn Beach Post No. 8866 of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars will
hold a used tool sale Saturday, May
30, at 8:00 a.m. just west of the
Holdcn Beach causeway on N.C.
130 between Jane's Seafood and the
Citgo station, said Commander
At the same time the post will
hold a take-out barbecue pork lun
cheon at the post home on Sabbath
Home Road, just east of the cause
way. Plates will be S3.50 each.
A lesson on Stayman will be
taught before the the Little River
Bridge Club begins play Friday
morning at Country Oaks Restaurant
at LitUe River, S.C.
Instructors will be a certified
American Contract Bridge League
(ACBL) teacher and director Bcuy
The club, which meets weekly at
10:30 a.m? is affiliated with the
At last week's game, winners
were Nancy Bradbury and Red Alter
For more information contact Jim
Ballou at 579-7195.
Auxiliarists Are Busy
Members of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Calabash VFW Post will be
busy during June, starting with in
stallation of officers on June 6 at the
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post, indicates spokesman Mary
On June 13, members plan 10 visit
patients at the Veterans Administr
ation Hospital in Fayeueville to play
bingo and serve refreshments.
The next auxiliary meeting is
Monday, June 15, with officers
meeting at 6:30 p.m. and the full
membership at 7:30 p.m.
Also this summer, the women are
sponsoring a girls' Babe Ruth soft
No covered dish dinner is planned
at the post during June, July or
Gwen Causey of Supply, slate
president of U.S. Daughters of 1812,
and Theodosia Musslewhite of Shal
lotte attended a tea held recently in
Beaufort to celebrate the 100th an
niversary of the national society.
The tea at the Old Court House on
the Beaufort Historical Society Re
storation Grounds was sponsored by
Snap Dragon Chapter. The site was
chosen because the numerous War
of 1812 reminders there, especially
those relating to Swans bo ro native
Otway Bums, a War of 1812 priva
teer buried in Beaufort.
Mrs. Causey reported that the
state chapter won a first place award
for the work of its veterans rehabili
tation committee, which is led by
Mrs. Mussclwhite. The state chapter
won second place awards for in
crease in membership and insignia
Special guests at the tea were
members c: Samuel Swann Chapter
of the Colonial Dames of the 17th
Century, of which Mrs. Mussclwhite
is president. The group met at the
Newcomers To Meet
Newcomers Club of the South
Brunswick Islands will meet Thurs
day, June 4, at 7 p.m. in the dining
room of The Brunswick Hospital at
Elsa Jardine, owner of a local
travel agency, will discuss "This
Year's Hot Spots to Visit" as well as
senior discount travel fares.
The club is open to anyone who
has moved into the area within the
past few years.
SATURDAY, MAY 30
AT BONAPARTE'S LANDING
WATERWAY ART ASSOCIATION
RAIN DATE: SUNDAY, MAY 31, 10 AM-4 PM
Births Are Announced
Michacl and Deborah Baker of
Village Pointe Estates, Shalloue, are
the parents of a boy. Samuel David
Bom May 18 at 4:45 a.m. at The
Brunswick Hospital, he weighed 8
pounds, 9 ounces and measured 21
inches in length.
He joins a sister, Stephanie.
Grandparents are Glen and Eva
Clark of Conway, S.C., Albert and
June Young of Ontario, Canada, and
Art and June Baker of Ontario, Can
Great-grandparents arc Agnes
Young and Mary Baker, both of
Sharman Galloway and Rufus
Randolph of Southport have an
nounced the birth of a daughter.
Sarai Chantel Randolph, May 19 at
Sarai weighed 10 pounds, 12
ounces, and measured 20 inches in
She joins a sibling, Manuel Uzley
Grandparents arc Patricia Gallo
way of Southport and Alarda P.
Randolph of Winnabow. Grcat
grandparcnus are Mary L. Palmorc
and John E. Palmorc of Winnabow.
Richard and Jessica Canady of
Longwood have announced the birth
of their first child, Kayla Danielle
Canady, at 8:45 p.m. May 18.
On her arrival at The Brunswick
Hospital, she weighed 8 pounds, 6
ounces, and was 22 inchcs long.
Grandparents are Jimmy and
Elaine Pigott of Shallottc Point and
Russell and Wanda Canady of
Grcat-grandparcnts arc Edith
PigoU of Shallottc Point, Horacc and
Mac Stanley of Brick Landing,
Zcvia Canady of Hickman's Cross
roads, and David and Evic Ruth
Smithwick of Grisscuown.
Tarshal E. Hill and Clcvc E.
Johnson of Route 3, Shallottc, arc
the parents of a son, Brandon Tyrcl
Johnson, born May 18 at 5:01 p.m.
at The Brunswick Hospital.
Twenty inches long, he weighed 7
pounds, 10 ounces.
Tyrcl has a sister, Kourtney
His grandparents arc Lavcm Hill
and Otis Bryant of Shallottc and
Lydia P. Frink and Graham Johnson
of Philadelphia and New York.
Great-grandparents arc Mazzlcc
and Earl Frink of Thomasboro,
Gertie Hill of Shallottc and Ruby
and William Bryant, also of Shal
Nancy and Bill Wickel of Gamer
have announced the birth of a
daughter, Samantha Jade Wickcl,
May 14 at Wake Mcdical Center.
Born at 5:12 p.m., Samantha
weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce, and was
20 1/2 inches long. Mrs. Wickcl is
the former Nancy Hincs of Long
Grandparents arc William and
Christine Hincs of Longwood and
Albert and Margaret Wickcl of Vcro
Plan October Wedding
Janet Cristen Fraker of Doraville, Ga., and John Allen Slocumb
Jr. of Cary have announced their engagement. Miss Fraker is the
daughter of Edna M. Fraker of Knoxville, Tenn., and the late
Edgar I^ee Fraker Jr. Slocumb is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Slocumb of Cary and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Luther S. ttyrd
of Supply. The wedding will take place Oct. 3 in Cary.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, May 28
Carolyn Henry, Margaret Couvil
lon, Frances Williams, Steve Becky,
Bruce Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Friday, May 29
Tina Moblcy, Scott Clark, Mindy
Kcill, Kristi Journegan, Brandon
Ludlum, Michelle Fazekas, Hazel
May, Fred Andresky; Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby White, Michael and Robin
Saturday, May 30
Dede Havenga, Shirley Hughes,
Jeanne Ohlingcr, Diannc Baxley,
Fanny Parker, Lois Gibble, Steve
Parrish, Chuck Fochrkolb, John
Sidney Fuller; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. LeGrande
Rcdwinc, John and Joan Reaves.
Sunday, May 31
Marjoric Elaine Pare, Donnic L.
Bromell, Oscar Mintz, Dean Hcw
eit, Bonnie Stanley; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Gary Poulos, Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
Webster, Patty and Clyde Jones.
Monday, June 1
Lib Proctor, Leslie Martin Lewis,
Pauline Varnam, Heather Hughes,
Frank Gales, Keith Hcwcu, Linda
R. Kanoy, Beverly Norris, Amanda
Lorraine Phelps, Stacey Meadows,
Rhoda H. Lewis, Jim Lowell; Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Gurganus.
Tuesday, June 2
Kathy Ward, Frances M. Sweatt,
Barry Leonard, Gussic Thorpe
Stump, Paul Smith, Eddie Carroll;
Doug and Dianne Baxley, Don and
Wednesday, June 3
Daniel Brian Nixon, Aram Noori
gian, Ronald "Butch" Hewett, Judy
Rickcnbacker, J. Pearlie Russ, Crys
tal While, Ashley Marshall, Ellen
Wemyss, John Fa/ekas; Matthew
and Kimbcrly Gore.
Wed Sat 10-5 253-5964
Goodman Rd on Hwy 1 7
x 3 Miles N of Winnabow
We also feature:
?Anchor Floss ?Handpainted & pre-worked canvas
?Large selection of patterns & books
?Sweater Kits ?Needlepoint eyeglass case kits
?Buttons-from traditional to tne unusual
The most complete selection of yarn
I- 1 available in the area.
Knitting ? Needlepoint ? Ooss-Stitch
10-4 Mon.-Sat. or by appointment
3401 1/2 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, (919) 791 -2157
...Pamela Sue Duncan
Couple Wed At Sea Trail
Pamela Sue Duncan and Stephen
Brent Yount were married May 23
in a 4 p.m. ccremony at Sea Trail
Plantation, Sunset Bcach, with the
Rev. Paul Townscnd officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Harry
and Carmcla Duncan of Raleigh.
The groom is the son of Brent and
Betty Yount of Rockingham.
Karen Means of Wilmington
served as maid of honor. Also at
tending the bride were Lauren
Pucntc of Raleigh and Lindscy
Roofc of Laurinburg nieccs of the
groom. Emily Roof of Laurinburg,
niece of the groom, was flower girl.
The groom's son, Adam Yount,
served as best man. Ushers were
Evan Yount, son of the groom; state
Rep. David Rcdwine of Shallottc;
and Harry Duncan of Washington,
N.C., brother of the bride. Eric
Duente, nephew of the groom, was
Immediately following the cere
mony a rcccption was held at ihc
Maples Activities Center at Sea
Trail Plantation, with music by
The bride and groom were hon
ored by a party given by the sisters
of the groom and their husbands,
Cathy and Hank Roofc of Raleigh
and Carol and Fernando Pucnte of
Laurinburg, a lawn party given by
Rep. and Mrs. E. David Rcdwinc of
Ocean Isle Beach and a lingerie
shower given by Karen Means of
The parents of the bride and
groom hosted the rehearsal dinner at
Sea Trail Plantation.
Both the bride and groom arc
graduates of East Carolina Uni
versity in Greenville. The groom is a
partner in the law firm of Frink,
Foy, Gaincy and Yount.
Following a wedding trip to
Jamaica, the couple will make their
home in Sunset Bcach.
Art Show Entries Due Noon Friday
The Waterway Art Association
will acccpt works for its art show on
Saturday, May 30, as late as Friday,
May 29, from 9:30 a.m. until noon.
Paintings should be brought to
Seaside United Methodist Church
on N.C. 179 near Ocean Isle Beach
for judging that afternoon.
Entries cannot exceed 50 inches
in cither direction; oils must be
framed; all prints and watercolors
must be matted but may be framed
or un framed and protected by plas
Exhibitors are responsible for
picking up their own work
Saturday, May 30, between 8:30
a.m. and 9:30 a.m. and transporting
it to the show site on N.C. 179 be
tween Sunset Beach and Calabash,
at Bonaparte Landing.
Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Add A Room
Enclose a Carport
Saturday, with a Sunday rain date.
Artists need not be members of
the Association to participate, but
new members interested in helping
promote the arts locally are wel
come. More information is available
from Catherine Spencer, 579-4924
or Dorothy Scllars, 754-9707.
^ THE WATERWAY
vVould like to thank the following
persons and businesses for their
contributions toward our efforts to
promote the fine arts in this area
?Sea Trails & Dean Walters, for
the use of their land.
?Security Savings & Loan,
?Security Savings & Loan,
?Dick Blick Art Supplies
?Cheap Joe's Art Supplies
?Twin Lakes Restaurant,
?Art Plus Gallery
?Kozo Hair Design
?Patron H. Spencer
Invitations & Announcements ? Bridal Accessories ? Gifts & Cards
Visit us the next time
you're shopping for
wedding or shower gifts.
We'll help you select the
gift the bride really
wants. We'll gift-wrap it
We'll ship it. And the
service is free!
Twin Creek Plaza, Shallotte,