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Heather Denise Russ of Stone
ville became the bride of Patrick
Wayne Joyner of Greenville in a
5:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony
April 9 at First Baptist Church of
Officiating were the Rev. Larry
Bennett, pastor of First Baptist
Church, and the Rev. Ronald Shel
ley. uncle of the bride.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Russ of Fairway
Drive, Stoneville. She is the grand
daughter of Gladys Russ of
Shallottc, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Wright
of Tabor City and the late Mr. and
Mrs. O R. Shelley.
The groom is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Phillip Joyner of Greenville.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father.
Maid of honor was the bride's sis
ter. Nicole Russ of Stoneville.
Bridesmaids were Meg Holler of
Roxboro, sister of the bride; Amy
Alberts of Madison, sister of the
bride; Becky Reed of Charlotte;
Amy Jackson of Graham: and
Mceka Savage of Greensboro.
The bridegroom's father served as
best man. Ushers were Timothy
Joyncr. brother of the groom; Gra
ham Kelley of Greensboro; Ethan
Berghoff of Chapel Mill; Toure
Clairbourne of Greenville; and
Gregory Davis Jones of Chapel Hill.
Ringbearers were Kemp and Russ
Holler and F.van Arnette.
The couple were honored with
several prenuptial parties, including
a bridal shower Feb. 20 at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Russ of
Shallotte, hosted by Gloria Bland
and Mary Ruth Russ.
After a wedding trip to I .as Vegas.
Nevada, the couple will live in
Both the bride and groom are gra
duates of the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is em
ployed by Russ Enterprises Inc. of
Pate, Peedin To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Peedin of Selma have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Christina Lynn Peedin, to Robin
Eugene Pate of Evansville, Ind., son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L.
Pate of Lumberton and Ocean Isle Beach. Their wedding is
planned May 21 in Missionary Baptist Church in Pine Level.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, April 28
Allene Carlyle, Crickett Hadley,
I-arry Ganus, Michelle Sellers,
Melissa Sellers. Rebecca S. DeFeo,
Heather Stanley, Lula Mae Causey,
Sarah Gurganus, Alexis Bulow, Ro
bert Freitas, Kathy Fulford, Virginia
I>ong, Marion Holden; Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Friday, April 29
Selma Moore, l^oren Daley, April
Parker, Esther Smith, Ronnie Smith,
Bradley Benton, Lindsey Joy Bel
ton, Jim Cole, Jessica Manges, Pen
ny Carlyle, Mildred Bernard, Selena
Moore, Pat Collins, Meredith An
drews. Mickey Miller.
Saturday, April 30
Shelia C. Ward, Marsha Faye
Bryant, Brandon Rabon, Darnell
Whitt, Alma Anderson, Jack Byrd
Janet Jewell, C.F. Gore, lu>ve Wil
liamson. Rozella Soderberg, Charlie
Singleton. Jay King. Kliza Hewett;
Pat and Alma Tolson, Sharon &
Dick Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Mollis
Sunday, May I
Iris L. Hewett, Farnell Hewett,
Mike Kennedy, Brian Hall, Annette
Alsbrook, Amy Ballou. Greg Bel
lamy, Carvin Robinson, Tina Hew
ett, Collis Otha Ixwis Jr.; Mr and
Mrs. Rozier DeBoise, Gary and
Monday, May 2
Brian Campbell, John Andrews,
Birdie Frink, Nicole Faircloth. Jeff
Carter, William Gurganus, Edward
Thomas IV, Wendi Moore, Amanda
Picrce, A.B. Willis, Donna Mas
ingale, Dr. Gerald McCullough,
John Hair; Clyde and Diane Babson,
Mr. & Mrs. Freddy Redwine, Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Redwine, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Babson.
Tuesday, May 3
Judy Gore, Tara Walker, Arlee
Todd, Sally Schutte, Joey Perkins,
Harvey Bell, Betty Gore, Judy Gore;
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Barbee, Robert
and Johnnie Ansley.
Wednesday, May 4
Ken Flowers, Morgan Elizabeth
Mills, Heather I>emon; Gene and
Yard Sale Items
The Foundation for Homecare is
accepting donations for its yard sale
fundraiser May 7.
To donate items, call 754-HI33.
The yard sale will take place from
8 a.m. until noon at Comprehensive
Home Health Care, 1120 Ocean
Highway West, Supply.
The foundation is a nonprofit or
ganization which helps homebound
patients get durable medical goods,
drugs and other needs.
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Rotorions Given Attendance Award
The Rotary Club of the South
Brunswick Islands was presented a
plaque honoring its members for
best attendance among all clubs of
District 7730 at the recent district
conference in Wilmington.
The plaque was presented to
James Payne, club president, by
Milton lossi, district governor.
The three-day conference offered
several plenary sessions and guest
speakers. At Saturday's luncheon,
participants listened to a speech by
UNC-Wilmington visiting Russian
professor Ambassador Gennadi
Gerasimov; Saturday evening's
guest speaker was Congressman
Seniors To Meet
The Town Creek Senior Citizens
will meet Thursday, May 5, at 1
p.m. at Town Creek Park.
The group will play games and
share refreshments. Visitors are wel
come, said club spokesman Marie
Fish Fry Friday
Shallotte Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 11275 will hold a
fundraising fish fry on Friday, May
6, beginning at 10 a.m. in the Jones
Department Store parking lot, U.S.
Plates will cost $4 each.
Lodge Dedication Set
Woodmen of the World National
President Judge John G. Bookout
will participate the dedication of the
Shallotte Lodge No. 160 Building
on May 6, at 9 a.m.
All Woodmen members are invit
ed to attend the dedication ceremony
and brunch at the building, which is
located behind Joe's Barbecue
Restaurant at 136 Commerce Street,
Members who plan to attend and
would like to help with the event arc
asked to contact Larry Ray Heustess
or Jimmy Marshall at 754-8400.
The third annual Hickman Family
Reunion will be held this Saturday,
April 30, at 10 a.m. at the Lockwood
Folly Community Building on
Stanbury Road near Holden Beach.
The reunion is for descendants of
Isaac, Elkanah and Thomas Hick
man. Each person is asked to bring a
covered dish and beverage for the
noon lunch, along with old pho
tographs and other family items.
For more information, call Don
Hickman, 762-8616; Don Brown,
799-1323; U-ttie Hickman, 457
6622; or Ralph Hickman, 287-3710.
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Local Births Announced
Tony Curtis Ward and Shonda
Ree Ward arc the parents of a baby
girl, Makayla Rec Ward. Born at
9:13 a.m. April 15 at Cape Fear
Memorial Hospital, she weighed 6
pounds, 14 ounces and was 19 inch
Grandparents are J.C. and Yvonne
Ward of Ocean Isle Beach and
Monroe and Thelma Smith of Ash.
Mary Daniels of l>ongwood and
James Stevenson of Brooksville,
S.C., have announced the birth of a
son. Tevin Jamal Daniels.
Arriving at The Brunswick
Hospital at 9:49 p.m. April 12, he
weighed 7 pounds, \'A pounds, and
was 20 inches long.
He joins four siblings. Brian,
Shaun, Shermika and Jarrod.
Grandparents are Gertha Clarida
of Ixingwood and Cleo Stevenson of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson of
Southport are the parents of a son,
Conner I,ec Wilson.
Conner was born April 11 at 2:47
p.m. at The Brunswick Hospital. He
weighed 7 pounds. 7 ounces, and
was 20'A inches long.
Grandparents are Ann and Herbie
Manering of Boiling Spring Lakes
and Susan and Terry Wilson of
Great-grandparents arc Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Huber of New Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of Iowa,
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grey of
April Cumbee Smith and Mark
Smith of Shelby have announced the
birth of a son, Cameron Marcus
Smith. Born April 12 at 10:19 a.m.
at Cleveland Memorial Hospital, he
weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and
was 20 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Ronald
and Debra Cumbee of Shallotte.
Paternal grandparents are Roger and
Delilah Smith of Supply.
Great-grandparents are Edward
and Ruth Gray of Shallotte, Fred
and Irene Cumbee of Supply, R.B.
and Bithy Hewett of Supply and
Vera Smith of Ash.
To Wed Nov. 5
Linda Nicholson of Vero Beach, Fla., and Paul Nicholson of
Barrington, III., have announced the engagement of their daugh
ter, Catherine Lynn of Vero Beach, to Stephen Wyane Mintz, son of
George and Sudie Mintz of Leland. The bride, a 1987 graduate of
Vero Beach High School and a 1990 graduate of Duke University,
is employed as a teacher by Indian River County. Her fiance, a
I9S7 graduate of North Brunswick High School and 1989 gradu
ate of Louisburg College, is a pitcher for the San Francisco Giants.
The couple is planning to marry on Nov. 5 at Fifth Avenue United
Methodist Church, Wilmington.
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