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A8 The Horry Independent Newspaper, Conway, SC 29526 JaVa/uary 22, 2004 Recent Births Morgan JoEllen Hall, a daughter of Tasha Nirvana and Steven Mark Hall of Myrtle Beach, and granddaughter of Mr. & Mrs. Neff Hall of Myrtle Beach and Mr. & Mrs. Robert Combs of Pittsboro, N.C. was born on Nov. 12. Delila Missouri Scott, a daughter of Christine Mercado- Scott and Johnny Scott of Longs, was born on Dec. 15. Logan Parker Phillips, a son of Tammy Loughery of Little River, was born on Dec. 15. Dalila Missouri Scott, a daughter of Christine Mercado- Scott and Johnny Scott of Longs, was born on Dec. 15. Ka'Nlya Ranaja Hills, a daughter of Marelene McLoad of Loris, was born on Dec. 16. Alyssa Marie Morlong, a daughter of Ashley Strobbe and Keith Morlong of Conway, was born on Dec. 16. Terence Edward Tavion Colburn, a son of Crystal Colburn and William Dissosway of Conway, was born on Dec. 17. Autumn Elizabeth Slobodiak, a daughter of Katherine and Steve Slobodiak of Conway, was born on Dec. 17. Alyssa Nicole Allen, a daughter of Pamela and Fred Allen of Conway, was born on Dec. 17. Jacob Frank Matthews, a son of Latrenda and Melvin Matthews of Galivants Ferry, was born on Dec. 18. Macy Caroline Werner, a daughter of Teresa and Ryan Werner of Conway, was born on Dec. 18. Elijah Lightnin Huffman Jr., a son of Chandra Washington and Elijah Huffman of Aynor, was born on Dec. 19. James Elbert Davis, a son of Tina M. Brown and James T. Davis of Myrtle Beach, was born on Dec. 20. Larry Germain Burroughs Jr., a son of Juanitia Burden and Larry Burroughs of Conway, was born on Dec. 21. Darvis Rhyeem Eaddy, a son of Jacqueline Milburn and Joseph Eaddy of Conway, was born on Dec. 21. Alexis Nichole Baker, a daughter of Tiffany and Robert Baker of Conway, was born on Dec. 22. Alena Simone Hutchinson, a daughter of Aiicia Hutchinson of Conway, was born on Dec. 22. Christopher Joshua Landa, a son of Gabriela and Manuel Landa of Myrtle Beach, was born on Dec. 22. Alexis Nadine Anderson, a daughter of Kimberly Anderson of Conway, was born on Dec. 23. Dinajah Jaquana Nicole Floyd, a daughter of Camecia Dennison of Conway, was born on Dec. 23. Nicole Rose Herrera, a daughter of Amy and Oscar Herrera of Myrtle Beach, was born on Dec. 23. Emma Kate Sansbury, a daughter of Stacy and Chris Sansbury of Conway, was born on Dec. 23. Eliza Lee Sansbury, a daughter of Stacy and Chris Sansbury of Conway, was born on Dec. 23. Mac Jenkins Sansbury, a son of Stacy and Chris Sansbury of Conway, was born on Dec. 23. Derrien Blayz Rackley, a son of Michalle Rackley of Myrtle Beach, was born on Dec. 23. Morgan Britney Jones, a daughter of Deidre Ann Jones of Conway, was born on Dec. 23. Noah Isaac Stambaugh, a son of Mr. & Mrs. Daymen Stambaugh of Surfside Beach, was born on Dec. 23. Aaron William Patrick Woodruff, a son of Wendi Nacole Woodruff of Longs, was born on Dec. 23. Courtney Brianna Hearl, a daughter of Angels and Kevin Hearl of Conway, was born on Dec. 23. Jonathan Champion Bellamy, a son of Tonya Johnson and Kevin Bellamy of Conway, was born on Dec. 24. Nikalas Krissheem Bellamy, a son of Terri Hughes of Conway, was born on Dec. 24. McKenna Gregg Moen, a daughter of Cathy and Dave Moen of Conway, was born on Dec. 27. Marley Emerson Johnson, a daughter of Paula and Norton Johnson of Conway, was born on Dec. 27. George Brooks Smith, a son of Shannon and Michael Smith of Conway, was born on Dec. 27. -hecca Lee Brown, a daughter of Lauren Johnson and Stephen ti, ..... € C'nnwav, was born on Dec. 28. Emma Louise Holmes, a Oautht,, r ",Iv and Timmy S.C Museum Answers Holmes of Conway, was born on Dec. 29. Luke Ownes Skipper, a son of Marie and Steven Skipper of Conway, was born on Dec. 29. Christina Florencia Valladares, a daughter of Marina C0ntreras and Fito Valladares of Conway, was born on Dec. 30. " Riley Dewayne Skipper, a son of Tina and Jeffery Skipper of Conway, was born on Dec. 30. Haven Lee Johnson, a son of Tina Holmes and Christopher Johnson of Gallvants Ferry, was born on Dec. 31. Sabria Sade Bellamy Weaver, a daughter of Skeakenia Shaw of Conway, was born on Jan. 1. Anna Reese Williams, a daughter of Lindy and Tim Williams of Conway, was born on Jan. 3. Dajon Malin Leverne Grate, a son of Victoria Swinton and Bryan Grate of Conway, was born on Jan. 4. Trevor Daniel Strickland, a son of Nikki and Danny Strickland of Green Sea, was born on Jan. 6. Lewis Andrew Everett, a son of Christian and Scott Everett of Brittan's Neck, was born on Jan. 6. Andrea Grace Everett, a daughter of Christian and Scott Everett of Brittan's Neck, was born on Jan. 6. Nicklaus Alton Johnson, a son of Jackie and Fabian Johnson of Conway, was born on Jan. 7. Mailey June Hough, a daughter of Dorothy "Nikki" Hough of Conway, was born on Jan. 7. Hezekiah Simeon Burns, a son of Denise and Cameron Burns of Conway, was born on Jan. 8. Amirika Janiya Reed, a daughter of Trinaia Livingston of Longs, was born on Jan. 8. Jabari Mekhi Jordan, a son of Yaminah and Christopher Jordan of Conway, was born on Jan. I0. Brenda Dean Shupe, a son of Sonni and Don Shupe of North Myrtle Beach, was born on Jan. 12. Christinna Elease Cartrette, a daughter of Nicole Bryan and Bert Cartrette of Galivants Ferry, was born on Jan. 12. Casle Jean Grissom, a daughter of Heather and Matthew Grissom of Conway, was born on Jan. 13. Hunter Terry Martin, a son of Jennifer and Terry Martin of Conway, was born on Jan. 13. Ja'Naysia Amaria Khajaia Brown, a daughter of Latisha K. T. Brown of Conway, was born on Jan. 13. Trenton Craigory Squires, a son of Crystal and Craig Squires of Conway, was born on Jan. 14. Zander Gabriel James Knox, a son of Jeanine Knox and Thomas Poore of Conway, was born on Jan. 14. winnows - $189 installed FREE ESTIMATES, FINANCING 248-2880 00pwwn Boutique 00pecializing in: Proms, Pageants & Weddin Traci Biskup ~ Nails Jeanette Haynesworth 843-421-0192 843-488-1523 See 'Tile ©ifference Behind Amanda's Collection 927 4th Ave. The Horry Independent readers have spoken! The ballots have been counted! In February, the winners will be announced! Questions On Titanic Titanic. The one word says it all. Mention that word and people instantly know what you're talking about. She was the grandest, most luxu- rious moving object ever built. To modern movie audi- ences, it may conjure visions of Leonardo de Caprio and the mammoth film that launched him to stardom. But the real Titanic was anything but as romantic as the fictionalstory of two young lovers parted by the most famous maritime disas- ter in Western history. It wasn't supposed to happen. It was supposed to be unsinkable. And when it hit an iceberg and went down April 14, 1921, taking approximately 1,500 (of about 2,200 passengers and crew) to their deaths, a stunned world rightly asked the simple questions: "Why? How? Those questions are answered in the S.C. State Museum's major new exhibit Titanic Science, opening Jan. 31 in the museum's Lipscomb Gallery. The 8,000 square-foot exhibit will look at the scien- tific principles behind the sinking with sections on top- ics such as; the sinking sec- tions on topic such as; the sequence of events of the sinking; the hull stress and break-up; the sinking descent scenario; the steel or rivets to blame; multiple col- lisions with the Iceberg; and more. A centerpiece of the exhibit is a large model of the ship in a tank of water, positioned so as to show the giant ocean liner breaking up on the ice- berg. Other components include: an interactive sta- tion that allows visitors to imagine themselves as the captain of the ship, with just 37 seconds to maneuver the 46,000-ton ship away from a collision course with the ice- berg; a walk-through rusticle that will help explain the nat- ural cycle of underwater cor- rosion and bacterial decay; a simulated iceberg; and audio accounts of the sinking from eyewitnesses. Also, the exhibit includes "an adventure to the wreck site;" a comparison of the Titanic "then and now;" and a discussion of how rapidly the great ship Is fading away due to corrosion and rust. And much more. "At Titanic Science visitors become immersed in a first- hand exploration of the colli- sion, sinking and ultimate fate of the great ship," says Director of Education Linda McWhorter. "People will real- ly get a great feel for how this historic tragedy occurred when nobody though a sce- nario like this was even remotely possible." In addition to the scientific principles demonstrated in the exhibit, Titanic Science includes 15 actual' artifacts from the wreckage, plus sto- ries of the disaster and the peopl involved, including "unsinkable" Molly Brown. "This exhibit is not to be missed," says McWhorter. "It has lessons for science, his- tory and society. It clearly demonstrates the adage 'pride cometh before a fall." Media sponsors for Titanic Science are B- 106,7FM, The State, WIS-TV and Lamar Advertising, Admission for this major exhibit is 85 for adults and 83 for children ages 3-12 in addition to regular admis- sion. It can be seen in the Lipscomb Gallery through May 2. The 2004