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~;i! i~!~ = i ~ t ~!!i~ ~i ~,~ ................. :~:i~!!:ii~/' : !i:i:i!i~!:~ :i i :ii':ii~ Mr and Mrs Robert Ray Moul, Jr. Highland First Church of was the setting for nng ceremony uniting Johnson and Robert Jr in marriage. Reverend Cook performed the cere- bride is the daughter of Mr its Charles L. Johnson of e, and the groom is the son and Mrs Robert Ray Moul of COuple repeated their vows length white satin gown with a lace altar decorated with can- adorned with an arrange- and white fresh flowers gowns with white lace trim. Both car- ried white lace fans with pink and white rose silk flower arrangements accented with pink satin bows and streamers. Serving as flower girl was Mallory Crowe, cousin of the groom. She wore a pink gathered dress trimmed with white lace, white lace gloves, and pink bows with baby's breath in her hair. She carried a white wicker basket of flower petals which was trimmed with pink silk flowers and satin bows. Sam Moul, cousin of the groom, served as best man. Randall Riffle, friend of the groom, served as usher. They lit the candelabras and escorted the mothers and grand- mothers of the bride and groom to their pews. the ceremony to light the Unity Candle. A medley of wedding music and the wedding march was played by Miss Anna Fowler, pianist. During the ceremony, Reverend and Mrs Vondie Cook sang a duet. "Unto Me." Mrs Cook sang "Whither Thou Goest." Escorted to the altar by her fa- was created and decorated by the ther, and given in marriage by her bride's mother. Reception aides parents, the bride wore a floor- were Carolyn Hunter, aunt of the The ringbearer was Jack Wesley McCutcheon, cousin of the groom. He was dressed in a grey suit, pink bow tie and matching cummerbund, and wore a pink silk miniature rose bud boutonniere. He carried a white satin pillow trimmed in lace, seed pearls and white satin streamers. The mother of the bride wore a dress of periwinkle blue crepe. The' mother of the groom wore a pate pink and white dress. Both wore pink silk rose corsages. A reception followed the cere- mony in Fellowship Hall of the church. The bride's table, covered with a hand-crocheted tablecloth made by Ollie Hoover, grandmother of the bride, held a white three- tiered wedding cake with a stairway attached to a two-tier cake on the side. The cake was topped with a white satin ball in an archway with pink flowers. A lighted pink water fountain was placed under the cake. Greenery and baby's breath were placed around the cakes. White Grecian pillars separated the layers of cake. The tall pillars at the base of the cake were entwined with pink silk flowers and accented with cher- ubs. The buffet table held an ar- rangement of pink and white fresh flowers and white candles. The cake bride, Crete Campbell, Maryann AI- overlay bodice, scoop neckline, and len and Linda Bennett, friends Of the long lace sleeves pointed at the bride. wrist. The chapel-length lace over Grandparents attending the wed- satin train was attached at the waist, ding were: the bride's maternal Her three tier veil was attached to a grandmother, Ollie Hoover of Ron- ring-a-rye greenery. Brass COntaining baskets of Bos- Were placed on each side of The family pews were With pink satin bows. An ar- satin rosette edged with tiny seed ceverte; the bride's paternal grand- pearls. The gown and veil were de- mother Kathleen Johnson of signed, made, and worn by the Rainelle. The groom's maternal containing spring-a-rye bride's mother at her own wedding ery and fresh pink and white twenty-one years ago. The bride Was placed on the organ carried a white lace fan with white on the piano. A unity can- silk roses accented by pink flowers. nra holding white candles and White satin bows 'and streamers completed the arrangement. Marsha Campbell, friend of the bride, served as maid of honor. Mar- ilea Johnson, sister of the bride, served as bridesmaid. They wore identical floor-length pink satin with greenery and a pink COmpleted the setting. ceremony, mothers of at COUple were escorted to Where they lighted candles bride and groom during grandparents Mr and Mrs Calvin Crowe of Beckley; the groom's pa- ternal grandmother, Mrs Irene Moul of Nettle. The bride is a graduate of Green- brier West High School. The groom is a graduate of Richwood High School. Following a wedding trip, the couple is living in Nettle where the groom is employed by R and L Contractors. at "West 's Big FORD AEROSTAR Low miles, Blue, air cond., power windows,automatic. ~)89 LINCOLN TOWN CARS auto.,, air, power steering, power windows, cruise, Silver or Blue. TAURUS GL STATION WAGON 4 dr., auto.,, P.S., power brakes, FM Radio, cruise, air. 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Growing up, it is thought that he was a stu- dent of Saint Isidore, the patron saint of Seville in the southwest An- dalusian region of Spain. While still quite young, and much to his parents objections, he entered the near-by Benedictine monastery at Agalia and became a monk. In time Ildefonsus was named as abbot to the monastery and in 653 and 655 attended the Councils of Toledo. Two years later his musical and poetic (some of his works are still in existence) uncle, Saint Eu- genius, bishop of Toledo, died. By The Mountain Messenqer, Tuesday, January 23, 1990 3B Bishop of Spain popular vote of the people and the clergy, Ildefonsus was elected Arch- bishop of Toledo. Until his death ten years later he governed his see in the holy manner of great care and diligence. Although only four of his works have survived the years, Ildephon- sus was a prolific writer. One of these, "Concerning Famous Men," is a history of the Spanish Church which covers most of the Seventh Century. 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