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Munroe-Whitman Wedding Held Mar. 26 In Whiteville
llracc Ann Munroc and Gary I'aul
Whitman of Whitcville were mar
ried March 2b in a double-ring cere
mony at the First Presbyterian
Church m Whitcville.
ITie bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs John Francis Munroc ot
Whitcville The groom is the son of
Mrs. John lewis Hum of Sum
merville, SC.. and the late Paul
Dean Whitman of Houston, Texas.
The bride is a ll)X8 graduate of
the Waccamaw Academy in Whitc
ville. She attended Meredith College
of Raleigh and is a 1*W graduate of
N.C. State University with the de
gree of bachelor of science in bio
logical sciences. In 19SM she was
presented by the Terpsichorean Club
at its 63rd annual Debutante Ball in
The groom is president of Whit
Mart. Inc.. and is owner of Burger
Kings in Whitcville, Shallottc. Fliz
abcthtown and Clinton. Dr. Samuel
Frisbic Rutland III of First Presby
terian Church officiated. Music was
provided b\ the Carolina Chamber
Plavers. Dr. Jesse Caldwell Fisher Jr.
of Whitcville was soloist.
Bscorted by her father, the bride
wore a gow n of candlelight import
ed Thai silk The sweetheart neck
was outlined with seed pearls. The
sleeves were long and tapered, ac
cented at the wrist with seed pearls.
Che full skirt, which extended into a
trapel train bordered by pearls, fell
from a Basque waist which was also
enhanced by seed pearls. Her sheer
two-tier veil of imported French il
lusion flowed from a beaded cap of
pearls and iridescent beads.
(iinger Robinson Munroc and
Flizabeth l.ove Munroc of White
ville. sisters-in-law of the bride,
were matrons of honor. They wore
candlelight silk organza blouses
with three-quarter sleeves with bod
ices enhanced by sweetheart neck
lines with ribbon-beaded trim. Their
soft I \ gathered long candlelight silk
skirts were accented with silk belts
with large pearl buckles
Bridesmaids were I'anva Whit
MRS. GARY PAUL WHITMAN
...Grace Ann Munroe
man Archer of Corpus Christy, of the honor attendants.
Texas, sister of the groom; Llizabcth Grace Allen Philips of Statesville,
Teague Powell. Robin Kristi Pittman cousin of the bride, was flower girl,
and Tammie Renee Green, all of She wore a Strasburg heirloom bish
Whiteville; Betsy Katharyn Mc- ops dress and carried a basket of
Lamb of Goldsboro; Leslie Caroline roses.
Kellev. Laura Rae Rinnie and Am- Lloyd Poc Collier Jr. of White
bar Leigh Williams, all of Raleigh.
Their gowns were identical to those
villc was best man. Groomsmen
were John Francis Munroe Jr.,
Waller Johnston Munroe of White
villc and Homer Alexander Munroe
II of Baldwin Island, brothers of the
bride: Dr. Samuel Nally Wheatley
and Joseph Andrew Ncisicr iii of
Whiteville; Rodney Karl Martin of
Hubert; Tony Ray Whitfield and
Cary Joseph Limehousc of Sum
Ring bearer was Chase Kdison
Whitman of Whiteville, son of the
Acolytes were Jennifer Neil
Crouch of Statesville, cousin of the
bride, and Alexandria Lewis Robin
son of Conway, S.C. Miss Crouch
wore a Strasburg heirloom silk drop
waist dress. Miss Robinson wore a
Victoria's heirloom dress that tied at
I lonorary bridesmaids were Susan
Elizabeth Byrd of Greenville, S.C.;
Mary Christine Byrd and Ana Maria
Rafols of Cary: Dana Lisa Adams of
Charlotte; Tracy Ellen Durham of
C'arrboro; and Andrea Michel Ic
Formyduval of Whiteville.
Mrs. Julius Robert Smith of
Whiteville directed the wedding.
Mrs. Philip Henry Stoli II attended
A reception was given by the
bride's parents at their home in
Following a wedding trip to Sea
Island. Ga., the couple will make
their home at Ocean Isle Beach.
A barbecue dinner dance was giv
en after the rehearsal by the groom.
The rehearsal ball was held at the
Waccamaw Academy Kri.. Mar.25.
A bridesmaid luncheon was given
at the Grantham House on March 25
by Betsy McLamb of Raleigh and
Mrs. Joseph McLamb of Goldsboro.
A wedding day hrunch was given
in honor of the bridal couple by Dr.
and Mrs. Jesse Caldwell Fisher Jr. at
their home in Whiteville on March
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday. April 7
Matthew Ldwards. David Ben
nett. (Jerald Beck. Ronnie Holden.
Alan Powell, Aggie Johnson; Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd I llcwelt. Mr and
Mrs. Sammie Leonard. Mike and
I riday, April 8
l^ishunda Clause. Lai Lewis. An
gela Long. Icrrv Linkous. Ciray
Cheek. Kim Evans. Elizabeth Milli
gan. Walter Michael Sharp. Rinda
Irving. Shirley Evans, Susie White,
Ibm Jones, Charlie Sligh. Ellen
Sligh. Kelly Stanaland, Jerry
< liters Kim L.vans. Elizabeth Mil
liuan. Joev Mrooks. Druied & Lam
Rober son. Mr and Mrs. John Bu
Judy Bates. Edward Hewett, Jer
em\ Watkins. Cassi Larmer, Edna
Uunv Skip lenton. Austin Redwine,
Rev (lore. Cora Morgan, Margaret
Abbott. Rosa Caison. Waddell
Clemmons, Anne N Hughes; Mr.
and Mrs Mark A. lx*wis
Sunday, April 1(1
Jean Hewett, Lorie Hewett, Na
omi Hewett, Edward Hewett, Clif
Cheek, Steve Causey. Cindy Fen
ton, Eddie Gore. Ralph I Hewett
II. Karen Stanley. Jesse Bentley,
Chris King. I^iuren Winfree, Reb
ecca Gore; Sliiiley and Howard
Monday, April U
Rovnor Chadwick, Nikki Stew
ari. Dale l.inkous, Saundry Fox,
Shannon Stone. Stephanie Batson.
(ilen A. Phelps, James l.aston Pow
ell. I nula Sing. Donna Page. Hilly
Cheers Julie Anne White, Ron
Mason. I.enue Green, Malcolm
Cinssett, l.inda Retlwine, Ibnva
Robbins Allison llolden. Mary
Winfree. I-Llberl C'arpenter. Michael
1 harp: Don and Hetty Sat'rit.
Ron.tUl and Jencie Varnam.
Tuesday, April 12
Jeanette Robinson. Marty Clin
genpeel Wend> Sue Day, Martha
C lingenpeel. (iay Atkins, Jeff
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Garten Smith of Florida and Virginia Williams of Longwood have
announced the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Geneva F.
Williams of Longwood, to Ronald Daniels of Bolivia, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J J). Daniels of Wilmington. The wedding will he Friday,
April IS, in Conway, S.C. The bride also will he celebrating her
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Nicole Lee Grummond of Augusta, Ga., will become the bride of
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Hugh Skees of Dayton, Ohio. Pastor Jack Hancox and Father Joe
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SUNDAY APRIL 23
Simon Comedy To Be Staged
For Annual Dinner Theatre
Neil Simon's hit comedy, "The
Slar-Spangled Girl," performed by
the Alpha-Omega Players, will en
tertain guests at the Southeastern
Community College Foundation's
annual dinner theatre on Sunday,
The play is a comedy about two
radical-chic intellectuals embroiled
in a relationship with a super-patri
otic girl. The title refers to an attrac
tive girl of athletic prowess and
proper patriotic principles who
moves into a San Francisco apart
ment and becomes a disturbing in
fluence on a pair of young men who
live across the hall.
The Repertory Theater of Amer
ica, Alpha-Omega players stages
more performances annually than
any similar organization in the coun
try, according to an SCC news re
lease. The company is made up of
three touring units, each equipped to
do three to four plays at any time.
This year's dinner theatre honors
Sol B. Mann of Whiteville. The
evening begins with a reception at <>
p.m., followed by a prime rib dinner
and the performance of "The Star
Spangled Girl." Tickets are S35.
Twenty dollars of the ticket price is
considered a tax-deductible contri
Proceeds from the dinner theatre
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and staff, and investments for future
needs of the college and its students.
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