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q II. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gardill the bride a double ring 26. at 4 p.m. in St. Church. New Balti- of white gladiolas and banked the altars Other church palms and ferns. was provided by organist Arch Stewart and soloist Miss Lisa Maravich. Rev. Robert Flahart. assisted by Rev. M. Edgar Datesman officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Baker of Bedford. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. F. Philip GardiU of Buffalo Mills, Pa. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1975 Starting at 1~.~ AM BUWTON CHANEY, located about SV2 miles W. Vs. on Rt. 18 at Coomss, All personal property HOUSEHOLD SuRe [Hide away], Dinnette with 6 chairs, 2 living room "bed, GE Rofrigerator, Kenmore cookstove, GE Deep desk, electric Singer sew~. g machine with cabinet, touter, ahnninmu cookware, stainless steel cookwere, kitchen scales, Wm. Rogers Silverware [set], kitchen Utensils [all kinds], heating stoves, lots of books, 3 chests of librery table, ir=t bed [good], dresser, half elk-alrs, electric hot plate, porch swing, Maytq wringer candy dishes, gas bat plate, Jots of canning jars, ice irmdng born'd, electric h'u~s, merry grinder, GE 'IV set, alce ~, quilts, spreads, etc. [hand made], pressure bird bath, throw russ. LAWN AND GARDEN TOOLS AND cut. 8 hp-ridin8 lawn mower [real nice], Arias Rototfljor mower, Cross Country wheel barrow, hand sprayer, cut saw, Jots of hand toels as hoes. axe, hammers, barrow, meat saws, electric motor and puliy, extension turn pknH. AIWrlQUES AND CO OI ,S rrEMS " , old wooden chest, Juss, blue cmmlog jars, l,u , M vlnShox, treadleNwing machine, lot= of ss table cloths, towe , dailies, iron kettle, cut gius, ware, old smoking stand, rocking chair. listod SALE: Poor health and have sold real estate. for accidents Mr. Fatrnest Women's m0grON CHAP " D. Given in marriage by her father, the t)ride wore a full-length gown of nvh)n organza. Chantilly lace sprinkled with seed pearls and sequins formed the yoke and high collar with a pleated ruffle The sheer Bishop sleeves were trimmed with lace and pleating. A white satin ribbon encircled the raised waistline of the A-line skirt, with a deep pleated ruffle at the hemline and Watteau 'chapel train. A comelot headpiece of val lace sprinkled with seed pearls held a bouffant veil of elbow-length bridal illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of white miniature carnations, yellow sweetheart roses and stephanotis. accented with sprigs of gypsophila. Mrs. Judith Kimmel of Nash. Okla was matron of honor. Attendants were Mrs. Carol Farabaugh of Ligonier. Pa.. sister of the bridegroom: and Mrs. Susan Petre of Cleveland Heights. Ohio. They wore apricot polyester knit gowns with v-necks, raised waist-lines and A-line skirts. The gowns featured short lace jackets trimmed with ruffles to match the gowns. Mrs. Kimmel carried a colonial bouquet of white miniature ca rnations. yellow sweetheart roses, stephanotis and gypsophila. Her headpiece was a wreath of flowers to match her bouquet. Mrs. Farabaugh and Mrs. Petre both carried colonial bouquets of white miniature carnations and yellow sweetheart roses. Their headpieces matched their bouquets. Acolytes for the ceremony were Master Richard Gardill, brother of the bridegroom and Master Lynn Benning. Mr. Philip F. Gardill. brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Mr. Michael Baker. brother of the bride and Mr. Thomas Farabaugh, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. The buffet reception was held following the wadding in the New Baltimore pariah hall. Mrs. Doris Kuhns was guest book attendant. The bride is a graduate of Bedford High School and Westminister College. and is employed by the Bedford Area School District as a teacher of English and Social Studies in Bedford High School. The bridegroom, a graduate of Chestnut Ridge High School. is employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Following their wedding trip to Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gardill are residing at 225 N. Davidson Street. Bedford. Pa. The bride is the daughter of the former Ruth Ann Davidson. the granddaughter of County Clerk Mary R. Davidson and Lester Davidson and the great granddaughter of ".trs, birthdgy on August 23rd. Mr. and Mrs: Davidson traveled to Pennsylvania and attended the wedding on July 26. ll ie II. (nnnJagbem wed to 6,S. Marie Miller Cunningham, and G. Stewart Ealy were united in marriage on November 1 in the First Methodist Church of Waynasburg. Pa. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. I. Zook and Rev. M. E. Zook. The groom's daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter of Columbus, Ohio were the only attendants. The bride was employed in Huntington as director of The Huntington School Of Beauty Culture Inc.. and as manager of The Anderson Newcomb Beauty Salon. The groom is employed by the Green County Public School system in Graysville, Pa. " The couple are residing in Nineveh. Fla. When using whipped butter in place of regular butter m recipes, use I13 to I/2 more than the recipe calls for. III November 13, 1975 I h,: (,hmxille I)emocral/Pathtinder ! Ehter of Glenville man wed in S.C. t & Mr. and Mrs. Steve Merriett Jr. Miss Cheryl Lynn Rollins of New EUenton. S. C. became the bride of Steve N. Merriet. Jr. Oct. 10 at the Hollow Creek Baptist church in New EUenton. Rev. Lamar Morgan of Augusta. Ga. officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gone Rollins of New Ellenton. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Merriett. Sr. of New Ellenton. George Hammack was best man. Ushers included Mike Merriett. brother of the groom, Airman Dewitt Rollins. brother of the bride and Jamie Odom of New Ellenton. Maid of honor was Donna Johnson of Winsor. S. C. Bridesmaids were Kay Rollins, sister of the bride, Kim Standridge. and Brenda Rollins was Jr. bridesmaid. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was dressed in a white gown of imported silk organza over bridal taffeta. The rounded sheer yoke was outlined in Venice lace which was repeated on the standing portrait neckline. The bodice was elegantly covered in 2 groups of Venice lace flowers with scattered pearls. The full A-line skirt had repeated lace motifs scattered about. The sheer bishop sleeves bad tiny rows of venice lace which also encircled the natural waistline. The cuffs ended in a band of lace same as the neckline and hem which ended in a chapel train. Her veil was of lace and reached her fingertips and had scattered motifs It was caught by a band of lace. The maid of honor and the bridesmaids wore long dresses with empire waist line. The bodice of burgundy and rose with rose skirt, They carried a bouquet of white football mums with burgundy stream- ~rs. II I lll Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 354-7538 or ~,ENNETH WHIPKEY 354-6990 Grantsvilte, WV After the ceremony, a reception was held in the church fellowship hall. Following a wethlinu trip, the couph will live in Ndw Ellentt)n, Cheryl is the granddaughter Mr. Harvey Stoneking of Glenville, [ Money-Savim Gift Ideas ] MAN AND BOY-Casual ele, gance marks the~e leisure suits of 100 percent cotton. You can put the men in your life into the fashion pic- ture in leisure suits. It will chiefly cost you a little of your own leisure. Sewing techniques are sim- pler than you'd think. 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