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i: 8 Tim Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder July 24. 1975 G.G. Black marries, Saffolk woman Mary Jane Black ! The marriage of Miss Mary Jane Gaffing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pepper Gaffing of Suffolk, Va. to Gerald Glenn, Black son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Byron Black of Baldwin, took place July 12 at 3:30 p.m. Oxford Methodist Church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the ReD. George Gravitt in a candlelight setting. The altar flowers were made up of auras, snapdragons and baby's breath. The program of nuptial music was provided by Mrs. James Gilmore Ware of Suffolk. Mrs. Alfred C,. Parmelee. cousin of the bride of Greenwich. Conn. sang the "Wedding Prayer" by Dunlap. Given in marriage by her father. the bride wore a candlelight gown designed by Priscilla of Boston. The empire bodice was appliqued in alencon lace with long sleeves forming points over the hands, a flowing A-line s rt accented wth alencon. The floor length veil of illusion was trimmed in alencon lace. She carried a white orchid with stephanotis. Miss Margaret Roxane Gatling. sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Margaret Muse of Lessburg. Mrs. Robert Everett of Hampton. Mrs. William Pafford of Charleston, Georgia, and Mrs. John Golladay of Woodbridge. The attendants were gowned alike in floor length dresses of Dale lavender. They wore short jackets of matching voile print and carried bouquets of pink roses and purple statis. Miss Beth Ane Fleshman, niece of the groom, of Raleigh, N.C. was flower girl. She wore a long candlelight dress with matching lace. Mr. David B. Gray of Sterling, was best man. Ushers were Lloyd Gatling, brother of the bride, Tom Lee of Leesburg, Ga~" Coberly of Towson, Md, and John Collins of Denton, Md. The Mistresses of Ceremonies were Mrs. James Irving Beale, Jr. aunt of the bride of Franklin and Mrs. Lewis R. White of Suffolk. The bride's mother wore a long muted pin print dress and carried a corsage of pink and white roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a long pink dress with green print and wore a corsage of pink and white roses. Mrs. G. Ashton Morris of Suffolk. the bride's maternal grandmother, wore a long dress of blue polyester knit. Mrs. Henry W. Gatling, the bride's paternal grandmother of Suffolk, wore a beige dress with a matching jacket. A reception following the cere- money was held at the home'of the brides parents. Following the wedding trip, the couple will reside in Leesburg, Va. EXPERIENCED CONTRACTORS Carpenter, Electricians, Painting Heating & Air Conditioning All lobs Estimated Or Contracted Call Frank Marlim BurnsvilJe, 853-2095 MO ILE lit. 33-119 - 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes tg.wides 14-wides double wldes and modular oa display Each Imam fully displayed and Uehted far your shopping convenience Open Weekdays - 7:30 Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association A A - v v v v f Your teadbg C/achier for 18 Years !11 I Fay Rukl, Jay Chambers exchange vows I 40?/o off t Faye Kuhl C~ambers The Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church at Stumptown was the setting of an open church, double ring ceremony uniting Fate Kuhl and Jay Chambers in marriage Saturday, June 14 at 1:30 with the Rev. Gerald Ray of Ripley officiating. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John KuhA of Letter Gap, and the groom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl James Chambers of Ripley. Mike Sturgill. pianist, played nuptial selections and accompanied Mrs. Pamela Crislip of Rosedale. matron of honor wore a gown of floral lilac crepe with a matching picture hat. Mr. Kevin Cranks of Ripley was best man. Phillip and David Chambers, brothers of the groom, and Kenneth Kuhl. brother of the bride served as ushers. Miss Karen Mckee. cousin of the bride registered guests. A reception followed on the patio and lawn at the home of the bride's parents. The table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake featuring lilac daisies purple hearts and bows Miss Sandy Chambers, sister of thetopped with double wedding bells. The groom, singing The Bridal Vow and the cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. , Lb~dsp~. +:, =+ ..... ? Twila Moye4"s. Assisting at the Theb givenin marr{age by her recep were Mrs, Diane Kuhl. parents and escorted to the altar by sister-in-law of the bride. Mrs. Linda her father, wore a floor length gown of white organza featuring a high neckline and sheer yoke with motifs and trim accenting the bodice and full length sheer nylon sleeves. A lilac satin ribbon accented the empire waistline with the skirt cascading into a full length train trimmed in lace. Her three-tiered fingertip veil was appliqued with motifs and a lilac bow matching that of the gown. She carried a bouquet of white roses, an~, colored tipped carnations with velvet lilac streamers. FuUen. Mrs. Kathy Butler, and Miss Sue Ann Edwards. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Gilmer County High School and is presently a iunior music maior at GlenviUe State College. The groom is a 1970 graduate of Ripley High School and a 1974 graduate of Glenvi~e State College. and is employed with the Dept. of Welfare in GrantsviUe. After a honeymoon trip to Pipestem State Park the couple will reside in GlenviUe. ) to 50% 0 BRANDS YOU RNOW - BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST B~' a rea+h+r-{ ,me -! {;enlrai \V+'.~I Vir~mtw.. |m.tter ~e~>kix ttt'~.'sp,t* I~'r~. (~,ll 4t~2+7iO~} h~d:,v amt +ul>s+ rib++ I. the (;bmviih, Pathfind- ~+r. ]u+t S5.67 to ~A'V r+ ~i,|+'nt~ },vin~ outside Cilmer (h+untx+ Rogers.Morford wedding takes | Mr. and Mrs. lames Me, lard The wedding of Beverly Lorraine James Rogers of Sand Fork and James Amyot his son. Morford of Grantsville was an event of Sand Sunday. June 15 at the Sand Fork Baptist Church. The Rev. Clyde Bush Sand officiated. Sand Fork The bride is daughter of Mrs. Marie Rogers and the late Archie Rogers. The the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and music and Mrs. James E. Morford of Grantsville. Grants~lle. Escorted to the altar by her uncle. Lu Ann Leslie Rogers of Grafton. the bride guests. wore a floor length gown. fitted at the waist and with a flared skirt. Organza reception at swirls with accordian pleats were Fork, after around the bodice, cuffs and hem. wedding Venise lace with marquees, skimmed The the skirt and +y0ke'of the long, with a gradu e long chapel train drifting behind. Her with a elbw length veil was trimmed with and small marquees along the border. The attended same triamming was on the cap and is veil. She carried a bouquet of white carnations surrounded by ivy and They baby breath. Street. The bride wore a gold filagree necklace with clear sapphire and pearl drops which had belonged to the groom's grandmother. The bride's mother loaned her a white ruffled PersO~ hendkerchief embroidered with pink Giimer roses. Kathy Triplett, Sand Fork, sister of to vote the bride, was matron of honor, and special s bridesmaids were Katheryp Ellen illness Gainer of Morgantown. Pare Gainer of for Sand Ridge and Mary Ann Wilson of Baldwin. Monica Dawn and |esica Shawn Triplett were flower girls. These attendants wore floor length flowered gowns in pink and blue. Myers Pumps Sales & Service DRILLING CLEANING OUT H. It. "Nip' frym/er W.Vo. -- (l GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE COLLEGE STORAGE BL~LDING [Below Golf Omrse] SYCAMORE RUN GLENVn.LE, WEST VIRGINIA Saturday, August 2, 1975 I0:00 A.M.E.D.T. TERMS: Cash on day of sale. 1 - Snow Scoop for Ford Tractor 1 - 500 gallon gasoline tank on skids I - Steam cooker. 3 - Wooden office desks I - Ice machine 26 - Tablet arm chairs 1 - Loom. 3 - 900:20 - 10 Ply truck tires {Used}. 18 - Bed and Springs (Single}. 2 - Wooden Doors 36 - Metal Shelves - {Single with bracket). 1 - 1971 Rambler - 4 door sedan. 1 - 1966 International Van {Mail Truck}. Chairs & Sofas from Pioneer Center [Number Unknown}. 1 - Chair. I - Central Air Condititmer - Cas. two For serviCeS to illness Those