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Judge Weds Lieutenant
Judge Ola Lewis Bray of Boiling Spring Lakes enjoys her recent
honeymoon with new husband Lt. Donald Lee Bray of Cocoa, Fla.
The two were married Sept. 1 in nearby Rockledge, Fla., then spent
a week in Orlando. The daughter of former Brunswick County
Schools administrator Mose Lewis, she H'as a local assistant dis
trict attorney before being appointed in 1993 to become the young
est district court judge in North Carolina. Judge Bray presides in
Brunswick, Bladen and Columbus. Her husband is a first lieu
tenant serving with the US. Army 35th Signal Brigade at Ft.
Bragg. He was deployed with his unit Sept. 12 on what was termed
a " training mission." The couple will maintain residences in
Brunswick and Cumberland counties.
Martin- Jinwright Vows
Spoken At Pleasant Hill
Missionary Baptist Church
jean Ann Martin of Shallotte and
William Macio Jinwright of Win
nabow were united in marriage Sat
urday, Aug. 6, in a 3 p.m. double
ring ceremony at Pleasant Hill
Missionary Baptist Church.
Presiding over the ceremony was
the Rev. Vaughn Cherry of Halls
The bride is the daughter of the
late Gordon Lee Martin Sr. and Car
lene Hill Martin. She holds associate
degrees in business administration,
administrative office technology and
general office technology from
Brunswick Community College. She
is employed as a teachers' assistant
and bus driver for the Brunswick
The bridegroom's parents arc Mr.
and Mrs. James Augustus Jinwright
of Winnabow. He attended Liberty
University at Lynchburg, Va., and is
employed by BE&K Engineering
and Construction Company of
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother, Gordon Lee Martin
Jr. of Shallotte. She wore a formal
gown of ivory bridal satin with a
low V-neckline and leg-of-mutton
sleeves. Appliques of sequins and
ivory pearls embellished the gown
with long cathedral train, which fea
tured a wide satin bow and three
tiers of beads draped over the back.
She carried a bouquet of orchids
with stephanotis and ivy.
Maid of honor was Brenda M.
Jackson, sister of the bride, of Sav
annah, Ga. Matron of honor was La
fonta McNeil, sister of the groom, of
Winnabow. Bridesmaids were Fre
dia Robinson of Shallotte, Michele
Pigott of Bolivia and Gladys Martin
They wore straight purple dresses
with low-cut necklines, pleated and
padded shoulders, fitted waistlines
and splits in the back. They carried
purple carnations with ivy and white
and purple streamers.
Ralph Jinwright, brother of the
groom, of Wilmington served as
best man. Groomsmen were Donald
Jinwright of Wilmington, Jimmy
Jinwright of Wilmington, Charles
Hill of Shallotte and Charles
Warnett of Southport.
Flower girls were daughters of the
groom and bride. Tiffany Jinwright,
Nicolc Martin and Lionese Martin,
and Deandra Martin, niecc of the
bride, all of Shallotte.
Junior bridesmaids were Latonya
Martin, daughter of the bride, and
Giacia Simmons, niecc of the
groom. All wore white dresses with
Junior ushers were Brian Martin,
nephew of the bride, and Ccdric
Simmons, nephew of the groom.
Ringbearer was Marcus Jackson,
nephew of the bride, of Savannah,
Ga., and junior bride was Jacquellc
Taylor, niece of the bride and
groom, of Shallotte.
Wedding music was provided by
Annette Stanley, pianist and organ
ist. Soloists were the Rev. William
T. Gore and Wayne Johnson.
Bridal attendants were Debra
Hardy and Mac J. Simmons. Direc
tors were Shelly Wamctt and Lisa
J in wright
A reception in the dining area fol
lowed the ccrcmony. After a week
long wedding trip to Virginia Hcach
MR. A\n MRS. WILLIAM MACIO JINWRIGHT
..Jean Ann Martin
and Savannah, the coupic returned
to live in Shallottc.
Bridal showers were hosted by
l>afonta McNeil and Lisa Jinwright
A surprise dinner followed by a lin
gerie shower was given by the
Jinwright sisters in Wilmington.
I Love You!
Area Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, September 22
Edna Skipper, Junior Sellers, Jen
nifer Norton, Trina R. Griffin, Stan
ley Dale Hoyle, Amy Glisson, Mary
Ruth Russ, Benji Owens, Delia Wal
ker, David Owens, Jeff Massingale.
Friday, September 23
Phillip Lancaster, Sheila Lewis,
Gerald Michael Christman, Robin
Denise Hewett, Raleigh Phelps,
Stacie Rene Canady, Edna Skipper,
Sue Johnson, Sharon Harrelson,
Gladys Robbins, Larry Milliken.
Michelle Milligan, Mary Russ, Lo
rene Newton; Mr. and Mrs. E. David
"Butch" Redwine, Mr. and Mrs. De
mett Milligan, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin
Saturday, September 24
Casey Milliken, Tina T. Holden,
Davone Kristen Marlowe, Van Eric
Gaston Hewett II, Natalie Hewett,
Maude Halks. Ginny Temple, Amy
Mintz, Edgar Wooten, Beatrice Var
nam, Emma Young, Bill Sing, A1 G.
Laughinghouse; Tom and Beverly
Butler, Chris and Karen Moshourcs.
Sunday, September 25
Keisha Bland, Wendy P., Evans,
Terri Gibble, Lauren Chelsey Lewis,
Kristine Nichole Meadows, David
Anthony Hair, Phillip Long, Faith
Ramos, Lottie Ludlum, Linda Fowl
er, Elouise Caton, Mack Caton, Roy
Trest Sr., Virginia Holden, Keith
Gore; Jimmy and Phoebe Clemmons.
Monday, September 26
Marshall Woodard, Kortney Brad
sher, Serena Varnam, Sabrina Var
nam. Will Lewis, Carmen Caroline
Smith, Julie McCall. Larry Dc
Stefano Jr., Vickie Allison, Alan
Collins, Marty Cooke, Gene Oh
lingcr, Kortney Bradshcr, Janet
Saunders, Rita Henry, Bob Knight;
Bo and Margaret Abbott, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Wayne Smith, Carl and
Dedie Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Wooten, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cau
sey, Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Casper, Mr.
and Mrs. Dean Jones.
Tuesday, September 27
Jessica Lynn Trott, Kenneth Ris
ing, Bren Woodard, Ronnie Cole
man, Peggy Farrell, Lois Rabon,
Bret Bolton, Eva Gore, Susan
Stewart, Nancy M. Hewett, Dale
Cheers, Chris Stanley; Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday, September 28
Mary Lee Sellers, Christy Reaves,
Danny Long, Mitchell Turner,
Debbie Sellers, Joseph Taylor Park
er, George Speake, Amanda DeStef
ano, Michael McLamb, Alan Thom
as Crews, Ronnie Champion, Patri
cia Brosius, Lawrence A. Wagner,
Janice Powell, L.E. Banner, Gary
Hewett, Hobson Martcl Bryant. Sam
Page, Mildred Carter, Sherry Stan
ley, Mary Lee Sellers, Kendra
Bullington; Kenny & Vicki Morris,
Billy and Mary Clemmons.
Sickle Cell Anemia
Subject Of Free
Sickle cell anemia is the topic of a
free presentation scheduled for Oct.
20 at Loris (S.C.) Community
"Sickle Cell ? the Hoe, What and
Why," will be led by Noble Thomas,
R.Ph, coordinator of newborn
screenings with the James R. Clark
Memorial Sickle Cell Foundation in
The presentation will be held
from noon until 1 p.m. in the E.E.
Prince Boardroom of Loris Com
Thomas also will be providing
sickle cell screenings at no cost.
Call the Community Relations
Department of Loris Community
Hospital at (803)756-9227 for more
Join Cape Fear Museum For
Semiannual Fossil Collecting Trip
Cape Fear Museum in Wilming- Prepayment in person is required.
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ton is sponsoring its semiannual fos
sil collecting excursion to Texas
gulf's phosphate quarry in Aurora,
The field trip will be Saturday,
Oct. 1, departing from the museum
at 5:15 a.m. and returning at 7:30
Registration opened Sept. 19 to
those who are not museum mem
bers. Cost is $30, with limited space
The museum is at 814 Market
Street; call (910)341-4350 for more
information about the outing or oth
er museum programs.
Tnere was a wedding at the J'irst Citadel Square
baptist Church in Charleston, SC on September 22,
1945.JIfier 49 years, 3 daughters, J foster daughter, 9
grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren,
I still love you Jack Salley
your wife of 49 uears,
?Free Gift Wrapping
& UPS Services
$25 Gift Certificate
for our Newly Registered Brides
Just come A iBgktw your gilts A patterns
by Sept. 30 to quality.
?Wedding invitations & Social Announcements.
Twin Peek Pleura Shaitotle
Open House To Aid Animal Rescuer
Brunswick County Animal League will help sponsor an open bouse
Saturday. Sept. 24. for Jeannine Friday at 3376 St Charles Place, South
Friday for years has housed and cared for unwanted animals in
Brunswick County and must discontinue the service because of illness.
The leagues invites all animal lovers to come and adopt a pet or give
a donation," said President Alma Toison.
Refreshments will be served.
County Talents Eligib
Brunswick County performers are
being invited to participate in talent
competition for all ages to be held
four nights during the Columbus
County Agricultural Fair Sept. 26
through Oct. I .
Finalists from cach night's com
petition will vie for grand prizes on
Saturday at 7 p.m.
Junior and senior solo and duo
competition is scheduled for Mon
day and Wednesday nights, and ju
nior and senior groups will compete
Tuesday and Friday nights.
Age divisions include 6 and un
der, 7-9. 10-12. 13-15, and 16 and
older. Entries may include singing,
dancing, clogging, musical or other.
le For Ag Fair Contest
as long as the performance is appro
priate for a family audience Con
testants must provide their own mu
sic and props.
Ten entrants will be accepted in
each category on a first -come, first
served basts. Plaques will be award
ed to nightly winners, and grand
prize winners will receive trophies
Contest chairman is Amy Step
hens, owner of Amy's Academy of
Dance Arts in Chadbourn. She is the
daughter of Jerry and Barbara Step
hens of Ocean Isle Beach.
For more information about the
contest, call her at (*>10)654-3157.
Happy l5' Birthday
Justin Thomas Wilkes
Mommy & Daddy,
Grandpa Barry & Grandma Debty
Grandpa Harry & Grandma Faye
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