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Monday, August 18, 1997

Ewing, Brown exchange vows in Orange church

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Vicki Lynn Ewing became the bride of John David Brown at First Presbyterian Church in Orange with the Rev. Jerry McElhinny officiating.

The bride is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Ewing of Orange. Her father escorted her down the aisle.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Brown of Lumberton and formerly of Pecos. Mrs. Opal Vick of Pecos and Mrs. Marie Brown of Ruidosa, N.M. are grandmothers of the bridegroom.

Jordan Williams played the wedding music on the pipe organ.

Attending the bride as maid of honor was Johnna Neil and Dori Ewing was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Tonya Neil and Monica Bird.

Blaira Kay Bayless was flower girl while Aaron St. John carried the rings.

Monty Medanich served as best man. Groomsmen were Michael Peters, Derrick Ewing and Jamie Brown.

Larry Ewing and Tony Gonzales seated the guests.

Bayer Employee's Recreational Center was the site of the reception at which Tricia Bonsall, Tiffany Burge and Denise Peveto served.

Kristan LeBlanc registered the guests.

The bride is a 1995 graduate of Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School and attends Lamar University.

The bridegroom is a 1989 graduate of Pecos High School and attended Odessa College. He is employed by the Orange County Sheriff's Office.

Prenuptial courtesies included a bridal shower given by Sheri St. John, Leanna Shane, Della Bonsall and Peggy Dubois.

Following their honeymoon in Hawaii and Disneyland, the couple will live in Orange.

Apodaca on deployment mission

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Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Joseph R. Apodaca, a 1995 graduate of Balmorhea High School of Balmorhea, currently on a six-month deployment aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation, assisted in the rescue of two Iranian merchant seamen.

While on patrol in the Persian Gulf, lookouts aboard Apodaca's ship spotted the two men clinging to floating debris about 70 nautical miles off the coast of Bahrain. The Iranian seamen had been adrift for five days after their cargo ship sank in heavy seas.

USS Constellation Sailors immediately launched a rescue boat to retrieve the two stranded sailors, and a search helicopter to search for any additional survivors.

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