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Births Are Announced
Gary and Christina Gore of Ml.
Airy have announced ihe birth of a
(laughter. Alexandra Mane, at 2:02
a.m. July 21 at Forsyth Memorial
Hospital in Winston-Salem. The ba
by weighed 7 pounds and was 19.5
She is the couple's first child.
Paternal grandparents arc Roger
and Cecelia "Cc-Cc" Gore of Ash.
Maternal grandparents arc William
and Judy Clopton of LaPlata, Md.
Paternal great- grandparents arc
Mary Gore of Ash and Mildred
Williams of Melbourne, Fla.
Annie L. Bland of Shalloilc has
announced the birth of her first
child, Justin Ashini Bland.
He was born July 20 at 1 1 :26 a.m. j
at The Brunswick Hospital in ?
Supply. Justin weighed 4 pounds, 14
ounccs, and was 1 8 inches long.
Maternal grandparents arc Emma 1
Bland and Emcst Hill. His "real- <
grandfather is Rudolph Hill.
MRS. JOIINATHAN RAY ORMOND
...Michelle Christine Chiharu Miller
Spoken At Elah Baptist
Michcllc Christine Chiharu Miller
and Johnathan Ray Ormond were
united in marriage on Saturday, June
19, at Elah Baptist Church in
Lcland. The Rev. Jack Miller offici
ated the double-ring ccrcmony. Mu
sic was provided by Donnie White
and Wendy Jones.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles B. Miller of Lc
land. The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Ormond of Aurora.
Escorted by her father, the bride
was attended by Tina Wallace of
Leland as matron of honor. Brides
maids were Wrenn Ogbum and Ro
bin Freeman of Greenville; Debi
Matthews of Rocky Mount; Karen
Prcvost of Alexandria, Va.; Bobbi
Throncburg of Badin; Monika Goss
of Raleigh; and Jennifer Ormond of
New Bern, sister of the groom.
Honorary bridesmaids were cous
ins of the bride, Jan and Karin Tam
akawa of Maui, Hawaii.
Curtis Ormond, father of the
groom, and Keith King of Grand
Rapids, Michigan, served as best
men. Groomsmen were Joshua Mil
ler and Corey Miller of Leland, brot
hers of the bride; Curtis Ormond Jr.
of Washington, N.C., and Robert
Ormond of Aurora, brothers of the
groom: Stacy Dover and John
Teague of Greenville.
The wedding was directed by Est
her Smith. Melissa Guyton attended
the guest register.
Following the ceremony, a recep
tion was held at the Coast Line Con
vention Center. On Friday evening,
a rehearsal dinner was hosted by the
The bride is a graduate of East
Carolina University with bachelor
science and master of arts degrees in
English. The groom is also a gradu
ate of East Carolina University with
a bachelor of science degree in crim
inal justice. He is employed by the
Federal Bureau of Prisons in Burner.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Outer Banks, the couple arc residing
- 61 Calls In June
During June Calabash Volunteer
Emergency Medical Service an
swered 61 calls.
Eighteen of the calls were in Cal
abash, 14 in Sunset Beach and 29
elsewhere. Of the latter 13 were in
mutual aid to either ShaHotte or
Waccamaw units, said Maryn Hall,
secctary of the board of directors.
Members worked 152 manhours
and traveled 1 ,802 miles.
The EMS plans to otTer rccertifi
cation classes in August, with the
dates to be announced.
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AIJJERT AND RUTH MERMAN of Shallolle celebrated their
25th wedding anniversary July 18 with a renewal of their marriage
Hiermans Renew Nuptial Vows
Albert and Ruth Hierman of Shal
lottc celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary July 28 by renewing
their wedding vows in a ceremony
at Camp United Methodist Church
The Rev. Elliott R Cooke Jr. of
Nanuet, N.Y., their son, officiated.
Also taking part in the service were
William Locke of Pawtuckct, R.I.,
and the Rev. George Speake, church
Mrs. Hierman 's sister, Margaret
Shahecn of Kittcry, Maine, served as
her matron of honor.
The best man was Mr. Hicrman's
son, Steve Hierman of Harvard,
All nine grandchildren took part
in the service, singing, "Love Never
Their daughtcrs*Ethcl Locke and
Jill Sullivan, raid the Corinthians 13
text on love.
Relatives and friends attended the
reception held alterward.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, July 29
Larry Anderson, Joanne Formy
duval, Jabin Wayne Norris, Ray
MaulLsby, Elizabeth Tandy, William
Smith, Jerry Brown, Paul Powell,
Mary' Miller Russ, David Grissett;
Mr. and Mrs. John Fazekas, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Todd, Ronnie and Bcnita
Hernandez, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Gales, Jim and Jean Lancaster.
Friday, July 30
Marie Long, Laura Buck, Judi
Dosher, Jim Hcsser, Leigh Everette
Milligan; Sheila and Dean Ward,
Shawn and Gloria Brown.
Saturday, July 31
Anglea Schcttini, Frances R. Har
ris, Janet Flowers, Priscilla Shoe
maker, Thor Carr, Kim Greene,
Bruce Dillard, Megan Lancaster,
Doris Gray, J aincs Nicholas Love,
Terry Lynn Sellers; Charles and Lin
da Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lennon.
Sunday, August 1
Rev. Robe rt Hargrove, Susan Us
her Eggert, Tomi Benton, Irene
Parker, Angela Hair, David Jester,
Angelo Marzili, Ruth Tudela, Faye
King, Renee Holden, Kelly Jones,
Leola Williams, Monekia Gause;
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hewett, Colin
and Janet McCoy.
Monday, August 2
Robert Callier, Wallace Slack, Pati
Lewellyn, Louise Maiorino, Lena
Mondicheck, Edna Milliken, Beverly
Caison, Betty Parker, Bobby Barnes,
Heather Beck, Tamala Grissett, Patti
Hewett, David Wooten, Jim Griffin;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamson.
Tuesday, August 3
Jonathon Sheffield, Ronald Red
winc, Franklin Somcrscll, Esther
Smith. Louberta Clemmons, Bobbie
Potts, Nicholas Ludlum, Charles
Roach, Marcus Daniel Stanaland 111,
Charlotte Pringle; Mr. and Mrs. Len
ny Dorn, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jones,
Kcrmit and Mary Gurganus, Robbie
and Don Gurganus.
Wednesday, August 4
Lisa Lewis Varnam, Jordan Milli
ken, Pat Bruce, Richard Pcabody,
Margaret Holmes, Susan Lee Smith,
Dccdy Stanley, Jerry Carter, Wanda
Stanley, Vince Simmons, Linda Cal
ender; Jerry and Donna Allen, Ray
mond and Betty Simpson.
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Mclony Lee Holley and Jeremy
Lynn Inman were married Saturday,
June 12, in a lawn ceremony in
The bride's father, Richard Hol
ley, officiated the double-ring cere
mony at the home of Pearl Holley,
grandmother of the bride.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Holley of Seaside.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Inman of Shallotte Point.
Given in marriage by her parents
and escorted by her father, the bride
carried a bouquet of white daisies
and pink roses.
Maid of honor was Kclli Bucll of
Seaside. Flower girl was Hannah
Fike of Ash, niece of the bride.
Train-bearer was Jonathan Solano
of Ash, nephew of the bride. The
groom's father served as his best
Grandparents attending were Ver
lilcc Bennett of Calabash, Margie
Robinson of Shallottc Point and
Pearl Hollcy of Georgetown. Fol
lowing the ceremony, a reception
was held at Mrs. Hollcy 's home.
The groom is employed by Sea
Trail Corp. at Sunset Beach. The
couple is residing at Shallottc Point.
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