North Carolina Newspapers

    Inman, Boolen Vows Spoken
At Holmes Avenue Baptist
Cynthia Lynn Inman and John
Richard Boolcn were married May 2
at Holmes Avenue Baptist Church in
North Chai lesion, S.C.
The Rev. Harry Scarborough offi
ciated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hubert W. Inman of North
Charleston, S.C. Her grandparents
are Hazel Inman of Ash and the late
Lindsey Inman, and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Esta L. Vercen.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus Sizcmorc of Hanahan,
S.C.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a full-length gown of
white satin, decorated with sequins
and fine seed pearls. The gown fea
tured a sweetheart neckline, sheer
long sleeves and a dropped waist.
Scalloped lace trimmed the train.
She also wore a chapel-length veil
decorated with sequins and seed
pearls and carried a traditional bou
quet of roses, tulips, babies' breath
and lace.
Melinda I. Hall, of Kennesaw,
Ga., served as her sister's matron of
honor.
Also attending the bride were
Michelle Thompson of Warrcnvillc,
S.C., sister of the groom; Janet
Smith of Goose Creek, S.C., and
Cathy Martin of Hollywood, S.C.
They wore navy blue taffeta tea
length gowns overlaid with black
lace and accented with a bow in the
back.
Alice Alexander of Charleston
Heights, S.C., served as flower girl.
She wore a white taffeta tea-length
gown with puffed sleeves. She car
ried a basket of red and white flow
ers.
The groom's father served as best
man. Groomsmen were Huey Inman
of North Charleston, S.C., brother of
the bride; Terry Thompson of
Warrenville, S.C., brother-in-law of
the groom; and Jeff Hall of Kcn
nesaw, Ga., brother-in-law of the
groom.
Larry McKcnzic of Orlando, Fla.,
cousin of the bride, was ring bearer.
Wedding music was provided by
Evelyn Norris and Mr. and Mrs.
David Solomon. Accompanist was
John W. Hawkins, organist.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held in the church social
hall.
The bride graduated from the
Medical University of South Caro
lina School of Nursing and is em
ployed by the Medical University of
South Carolina.
The groom graduated from Nor
thern Oklahoma College and is em
ployed by Charleston Memorial
MRS. JOHN RICHARD BOOLEN
...Cynthia Lynn fnman
Hospital. Mcxico, the coupic will reside in
After a wedding trip to Cozumcl, Charleston.
CLUB BRIEFS
Memorial Service To Honor Deceased Vets Set
A memorial service honoring de
ceased veterans will be held by
VFW Post No. 10804 of North
Myrtle Beach, S.C., May 25 at 11
a.m. at North Myrtle Beach Mem
orial Gardens.
The Gardens arc located at the in
tersection of U.S. 17 and S.C. 90
near Nixon's crossroads.
S.C. Rep. Dick Elliott, a Dem
ocrat from North Myrtle Beach, will
be the guest speaker. The North
Myrtle Beach High School Navy
JROTC unit will also participate.
Refreshments will be served af
terward, said Howard W. Pogue,
post public relations officcr.
Right To Life Meets
Brunswick County Right To Life
will meet Friday, May 29.
The meeting will begin at 6:30
p.m. at Joe's Barbecue, Main Street,
Shallotte.
Busy Day For Lodge
Saturday, May 23, will be a busy
day for the men and women of
Shallotte Moose Lodge, said spokes
man Betty Grainger.
The women plan a yard sale be
ginning at 8 a.m. at the lodge build
ing on Holden Beach Road (N.C.
1 30 east of Shallotte).
Starting at 9 a.m. members will
be selling candy outside Wilson's,
Food Folks and Jones' stores for the
Walter Tharpe Memorial Scholar
ship Fund.
At 1 1 a.m., at the lodge, the men
will begin selling barbecucd Boston
butts fresh from the grill for S12
each.
At 7 p.m. the lodge turkey shoot
will start, also at the lodge property.
Buddy Poppy Day
Volunteers from the Ladies
Auxiliary of VFW Post No. 7288 of
Calabash will be outside various
stores Memorial Day weekend seek
ing donations for poppies made by
disabled veterans.
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Exciting
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Donations will go to the relief
fund, which helps needy veterans
and their families, said Mary Bencs.
Bridge Winners Listed
Winners in the first game held at
Little River, S.C., by the Myrtle
Beach Duplicate Bridge Association
included a pair of players from
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Finished second in Section A was
a local team, Bud Knapp of Cala
bash and Jim Ballou of Sunset
Beach.
In Section B, first place went to
Patricia O'Lcary and Anne Bren
gord of Calabash. Finishing in sec
ond were Dottic Ball and Ellen
Bottenus, also of Calabash.
The sanctioned game is held
every Friday at 10 a.m. at the
Country Oaks Restaurant, said
Ballou, president of the association.
New players arc welcome.
Sullivan To Speak
Cheryl Sullivan of the Southport
Center of Brunswick Adult Day
Care will be the guest speaker at the
June 4 meeting of Town Creek
Senior Citizens.
Ms. Sullivan will discuss the ac
tivities, needs and benefits of the
two adult day carc centers in Bruns
wick County.
The meeting will be held at Town
Creek Park at 1 p.m. Refreshments
will be served, and visitors arc wel
come.
Library Boosters Set Auction
as pan 01 its ongoing lundraising
effort, the Oak Island Library Boos
ters, Inc., will hold an auction at 10
a.m. Saturday, May 30, at 818
Yaupon Drive in Yaupon Beach.
New and used items will be sold
at the auction. Registration and en
tertainment are planned from 9 a.m.
to 10 a.m. A bake sale and other
concessions will be available
throughout the day.
The Oak Island Library Boosters,
Inc., is a nonprofit group of area res
ident seeking to establish a library
on Oak Island to serve the commu
nities of Caswell Beach, Long
Beach and Yaupon Beach. So far the
group has raised about $36,000
through donations, auctions, a bene
fit concert, a beach walk-a-thon and
other events.
For more information contact
Kim Skipper at 919-278-7687 or in
quire at Art Skipper Realty, Inc., in
Yaupon Beach.
To Wed June 6
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Ben
ton of Ash have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Michelle l^ee Benton, to Tim
othy Adam Fulford, son of Wil
lie M. Fulford Jr. and Wanda
Ann Clemmons of Shallotte.
The wedding will be Saturday,
June 6, at 7:30 p.m. at New
Covenant Church in Civic
town. All friends and relatives
are invited.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, May 21
Doris Rabon. Traccy Henry,
Hampton Pcelc, Janicc Hcwclt,
Frances Gray, Morgan Tiffany
Nobles, Gabriel Elliott Hux, Gina
Berry; Larry & Sondra Ganus.
Friday, May 22
Tony NorrisDonna Salmon,
Gcoffry Benton, William Chadwick
Floyd, Brooke Ellen Watson,
Patricia O'Neal; James R. and
Nancy Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Millikcn, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H.
Bellamy.
Ssturday, May 23
Doug Kcill, Mildred Dickerson,
Jarcd Allan McDowell, Cal Batson,
Kathy Clcmmons, Thomas Miles,
Cathy Locklear, Stephanie Limer,
Beth Willis, Jason Woodard, Eliza
beth Gray; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Caison, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hewctt,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monroe, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Hinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Gore.
Sunday, May 24
Rebecca Marie Ladson, John
Keith Hcwclt, Casey Reeves, Dr.
J.B. Greenwood Jr., Brcnda Clcm
mons, Vicki Jones, Leo Johnson Jr.;
John Howard and Eva Gore, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Alan Holden, Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Stroupc.
Monday, May 25
Miracle Smith, Patrick Hughes,
G. Gregg Babson, Anita Gales,
Stephanie Long, Allen Kirby, Bruce
Pope, Keith Smith, Juanita Hewctt,
Steve Freitas, Jamie Hewett, Can
dice Brooke Smith, Paul Jones, Ida
Mac Hamilton, Tim Carter, Bill
Waples, Deborah Swartz; Mr. and
Mrs. Milton N. Harper, Mr. and
Mrs. John F. Parker Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald D. Cheers, Jeff and
Angela Blum.
Tuesday, May 26
Ken Tharp, Shari Critzer,
Stcphonc Livingston, Sally Mac
Millan, Eric Travelstcad, Robert
Burcham Jr., Patsy Hewett, Joseph
Ramm, Patty Hawkins, Robert J.
Rudd, Sammic Leonard, Sara Mas
singalc; Mr. and Mrs. Cassius
Montague Lawrence.
Wednesday, May 27
Ashlie Lauren Frink, Keith
Brown, Kerry Smith, Diane Thorpe
Cheers; John and Connie McCarthy,
John and Joan Reaves, Mr. and Mrs.
William "Bill" Dctrick, Ben &
Suzcttc Frink.
Area Birth
Announced
Sharonda Hankins and Vincent
Albert Joyncr of Bolivia have an
nounced the birth of a daughter May
11 at 10:40 p.m. at The Brunswick
Hospital.
Tykyra K'Shadaqucyas Ajai Han
kins weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces
and was 19 1/2 inches in length.
Grandparents arc Ellouise Hank
ins and Charles and Estcll Joyncr,
all of Bolivia. Great-grandparents
are Earlier Bricc, Charles Joyncr,
Flora Joyner and Henry Hickman,
all of Bolivia.
Todd Reunion Set
Relatives of the late Willie Todd
of Shallotte are invited to a family
reunion Sunday, May 31, at the
home of Albert Lee Todd on N.C.
179.
A covered dish dinner will begin
at 11 a.m.
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and Gifts
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