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MRS. ANTHONY WILLIAM SKEES
..JVicoie Lee Grummond
Take Place On Oak Island
Nicole Lee Grummond and An
thony Willioiu SkCCS WCrC UUHCU ill
marriage April 30 in a 5:30 service
at First Baptist Church of Oak Island
with Pastor Jack Han cox and Father
Joseph Vetter officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Grummond of
Marsh View Drive, Supply. She is a
graduate of Marist College in
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Skees of Dayton, Ohio.
He is a graduate of Xavier Univer
sity of Cincinnati, Ohio, and is a
captain in the U.S. Army.
The briuc, given in marriage by
her father, wore a long satin gown
with pearl appliqued bodice, bouf
fant sleeves, scalloped hem and long
Tkindiy, June 9
Selena Gore, James Hewett, Chal
mers Champion, Kauai Johnston,
Margaret Pamsh, Thorn Arnold,
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Collina Somersett, Meg Small,
Edward Thomas; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Couvilloo, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Peariie Russ, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mintz Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles D.
Friday, June 10
John O'neil Smith, Kathy Ear
wood Shallcross, Lola Swain, Pete
Bradley, Cameron Kinlaw, Mark
Dwayne Holden. R. D. White III,
Betty Causey, Erica Sellers, Jona
than Fun, Mary Clemmons, Hayley
Galloway, Peggy Owens; Mr. and
Mrs. Freeman Hewett, Floyd and
Saturday, June 11
Tom Hays Jr., Bill Alsbrooks,
Sara Estep, Hannah Sartelle, Sharon
Bryan, Lou Culp, Anna Brady,
Elisabeth Tavia Long, Karen Lim
bro, A.O. King Jr., Keith Fun,
Gwyn Chappell, Jordan Jerome Bry
ant, Hannah Jean Sartelle, Eddy
Jones; Mr. and Mrs. Don Covil, Don
and Ivy Gates.
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Merline Lewis, James Payne, Ida
Blascfcard, Cs&srys Jess
Milton lossi, Locke Byrd, Tone
Williamson, Ann Dennie, Carol
Roycroft, Anne Schwab, Shirley
Redwine, Amanda Marie Tharpe;
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Dudley Graham,
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Cumbee, Pius
and Lois Gibbie, Mr. and Mrs. Mic
hael Winfree, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh
train embroidered with lacc and
pcoiis. She carricu a boutjilci of
white orchids, yellow roses and ivy.
Maid of honor was the bride's sis
ter, Kimberiy Gmmmond of Little
Mountain, S.C. Bridemaids were
Lydia DeMaria, Hyun Kim and
Caitrin Macon, all of Raleigh, and
Trisha Dutcher of Columbia, S.C.
They wore dark teal lace sheaths
with long taffeta overskirts. They
carried yellow calla lilies.
The groom's brother, Ron Skees
of Ohio, was best man. Ushers were
Paul McCarthy, Rich Sands, Neil
O'Connor and Hal Epler.
After a reception at St. James
Plantation, ihe couple left for a wed
ding trip up the coast to Maine.
They will live in Germany, where
the groom is stationed.
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Maadsy, Jane 13
Emma Dak, Lawonda Marlow,
Buck Thorpe, Henry Inman, Bill
Houston, Ernest Romano wski,
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Chuck Cole, Crickett Brosius,
Belynda Hair, Lilian Colbee Evans,
April Lee Degler, Harmony Swartz
miller, Harold Bessent, Joan Reaves;
Eston & Yvonne Norton, Milton and
Kay Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Caison, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cole.
Tbesday, June 14
April M. Vavro, Jerry Rabon,
Judy Wyatt Bradley, West ley
Fenton, Bobby Williamson, Ellis
Wooten, Elizabeth Byrd, Johnnie
Smith, Carolyn Gales, Delisia
Plesette Cobb, Kelly Wooten; Robin
A Yvonne King, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Roach. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
A. Hoffmann, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey
Brian Hewett, Billy and Betty
Vtanam, CC. and Connie Russ, Mr.
and Mn. Greg White, Mr. and Mrs.
Wedaesday, June 15
Missie Millike n, Carol Ann Riley,
Allan Dameron, Lena Mac Causey,
Dara Watson, Betsy W. Lewis, Eric
Hardy, Frazier Bullington, R.G.
Sellers, Josephine Nance, Brad Bell,
Free* Gvwil, Faye Beniiey, Craven
Hewett, Timothy Carter, Melissa
Holden, Renec Long. Melissa
Parker, Dellie Wilson, T.M. Phillips;
J.P. A Rita Lewis, David A Michelle
Ramsim, Frank A Becky Norris, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward R. Thomas, Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Bentley, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Fun, Mr. and Mrs. Bud
BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ODELL WILLIAMSON AUDITORIUM,
Friday, June 17 L
Also appearing THE SHADY GROVE BAND
BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE ODELL WILLIAMSON AUDITORIUM |
ISO CoUeja Road. NE Supply. North Carolina
TICKETS: (910) 754-6900, 457-6329. 343-0203. EXT. 406
$12 Adults - $10 Student* And Seniors
'An International Affair'
Is Patriots' Ball Theme
Set For 4th July Festival
"An International Affair" is the
theme of the 1994 Patriots Ball, one
of the fust events of the N.C. Fourth
of July Festival.
The ball will be on June 18 at 8
p.m. at St. James Plantation.
The semi-formal affair will ex
press its theme from decorations and
a selection ot hots o'oeuvres from
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Ulliviwtai VVUUUKS. I UC UK.UU WU1
feature skewered pepper steak and
egg rolls from the Orient, and mini
pancakes with applesauce and
bratwurst with pastry from
Germany. Italy will be represented
by assorted cheeses, meatballs, pas
ta, sausage and peppers; finger sand
wiches, chicken fingers and potato
skins round out the menu for the
USA. Dessert will include angel
food cake, hot fudge and fresh fruits.
Guests will dance to the sounds of
the Jax Pendall Band, offering musi
cal favorites from beach and country
uiiiMC iO Dig Buiu auu suii ruck.
Tickets cost $125 per couple and
must be purchased by June 11. For
information, call Gwen or Bob
Midyette at (910)457-9560 or Emily
or BUI Blake at (910)457-5480.
MRS. STEPHEN DALTON GATES
..JDanette Rose Simmons
Simmons-Gates Vow s
Exchanged At Beulah
Danette Rose Simmons became
the bride of Stephen Dal ton Gates in
a 2 p.m. double-ring ceremony May
23 at Bcuiah Brptisi Church offici
ated by tne Kcv Lee Koy Smith.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. V.W. Simmons Jr. of
Persiinmoa Road, Calabash. She is a
1990 graduate of West Brunswick
High School and attended South
eastern Community College and
Brunswick Community Cot lege. Sne
is a teacher at Calabash Day Care.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald F. Gates of Long
Gates Way, Ash. He is a graduate of
West Brunswick High School and
Cape Fear Community College. He
is an instrument technician with
Cape Industries in Wilmington.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a white satin gown
with lace trim, adorned with sequins
and pearls. The V-back featured a
bow and cathedral-length train
trimmed in lace and pearls. She
wore a headband of white roses and
pearls with two-layer veil trimmed
in rose edging design. She carried a
cascade of peach and white roses,
pearls, lace and ribbon.
Attending the bride as matron of
honor was her cousin, Penni S. King
of Raleigh. Irene Gates of Wilm
ington, the groom's sister, was
bridesmaid. They wore peach-col
ored tea-length dresses with button
down front and ribbon detail on the
bodice. They carried bouquets of
peach roses, lilies and pearls.
Flower girl was Tiffany Bennett,
who wore a white dre9s with scal
loped neck with peach roses on the
shoulders and a V in the center.
Best man was Vince Simmons of
Calabash, brother of the bride. Ush
ers were Gary Reaves of Shallotte,
brother of the bride, and Danny
Hughes, cousin of the groom, of
Thomasboro. Ring-bearer was Seth
Roberts, cousin of the bride. They
wore grey tuits and peach lies.
I he bride 's mother made all tbe
Nichole Reaves, niece of tbe
bride, of ShalloUe, attended the
guest register and handed out bul
A reception in the church fellow
ship hall followed the ceremony.
The couple will live at ShalloUe
Bridal showers were hosted by
Cheryl Bennett, Annie Ruth Bennett
and Verma Hardee on May 1.
Penni King and Linda Reaves
hosted another shower on May 7.
Even at 7C
Happy Birthday Katherfne
I still love you. Angeto
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MRS. DOUGLAS BLAIR CURRIER
..Michele Ann Pucci
Held In Southern Pines
Michele Ann Pucci became the
bride of Douglas Blair Currier in a
3:30 p.m. ceremony May 15 at the
couple's home in Aberdeen.
TTie bride is the daughter of
Gerald D. Pucci of Albany and A.
Gretchen Normandin of Lockwood
Folly, Supply. She is a graduate of
Catholic Central High School of
Troy, N.Y., and attended Hudson
Valley Community College in Gray.
She is employed by the Telephone
Outlet in Southern Pines.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Currier of Nassau,
N.Y., and Okeechobee, Fla. He is a
graduate of Columbia High School,
Nassau, N.Y., and also attended
Hudson Valley Community College
in Ttoy, N.Y. He is employed by
Pine Needles Resort in Southern
Presiding over the ceremony was
Gary Bedford, assistant minister of
the First Baptist Church of
Aberdeen. The bride was given in
marriage by her father.
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Lisky of East Greenbush, N.Y.;
Carrie Derico of Troy, N.Y.; Karen
Pohl of Loudenvilte. N Y.; snd Lisa
Mataniga of Waterford, N.Y. Her
maid of honor was Kelley Gilligan
of Glovefsville, N.Y
Best man was Chris Currier of
Southern Pines. Ushers were Bob
Hochberg of Nassau, N.Y; Warren
Pettit of Rensselaer, N.Y.; Jim
Hoffman of East Greenbush, N.Y;
and Steve Blydenburg of Nassau,
After an outdoor reception at their
home, the couple left on a Carihhean
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Supply, North Carolina
You must be 14 to 21 years old to apply.
Deadline is June 17