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extending totightfitting cuffs that featured/lace inserts. Her headpie~;e was a circle of silk flowers, seed pearls and sequins from which fell a fingertip veil,of illusion. She carried an arm t bouquet of pink bridal roses tied with pink satin ribbon. Matron of honor was Vivian Sierzega-Rouse of Arden, Maryland. Bridesmaids were the bride's two sisters, Jane Seirzega, Frederick, Md., and Patricia Watson, South Charleston, WV. The bride's attendants were attired in tea length gowns designed with short sleeves that featured a white leaf pattern. The wrap around skirts were accented with dark pink sashes. They wore combs entwined with light and park pink ribbons and each carried a single bridal pink rose enhanced ~' 'S'='~"h"r with baby's breath and pink satin " and each wore a triple strand pearl Mrs. Donald (Eva) Darr necklace - a gift from the bride. r Flower girls were Brittan Triplett, Church of Christ buys Bristol, Tenn. and Elizabeth Gooding, Atlanta, Georgia, neices hange o, the bridegroom. They wore building in Union matching long white dresses accented with pink satin sashes and each carried a wicker basket filled with pink rose petals. Ring Lewis H. Scott is the minister at problem and that he is the Son of vows between Miss Eva bearer was Greg Watson of South theChurchofChristinUnion. Heis God, John 3:21-24, Rom. 1:16, Gallagher and Donald Keith Charleston, nephew of the bride, a native of Monroe County, Mark 16:15,16. Third, a person were exchanged Saturday, Best man for his brother was graduated from Union High must repent of their sins, Luke 13, in the sanctuary of St. Michael Darr of Medina, Ohio. School, and is now retired from the 13:3,5, Acts 2:38, Acts 17:30, 31. Borromeo Catholic Church Guests were seated by Sean U.S. Air Force. Lewis and hisfamily Fourth, a person must confess dte Sulphur Springs. The Gallagher ofArlington, Va., brother reside at Sinks Grove. He and his Jesus before men, Matt. 10:32,33. ring ceremony was of the bride and Gene O'Keefe, wife, Connie, have three children: Fifth, be baptized for the remission by the Rev. Father Alexandra, Va. Lewis Jr., who is a student at David ofsins, Acts2:36-38,Acts8:26-39, O'Reilly assisted by the Following the ceremony, a Lipscomb College in Nashville, Acts 22:16, Gal. 3:27, Col. 2:12. Jeremiah McSweeney reception was held at the Tenn.; Kyle, who graduated this Baptism is by emersion, going in the afternoon. Shamrock Restaurant where the year from Union High; and Sandra, under the water. bride is the daughter of bride's table, flounced in pink who attends Greenville Junior The Church in Union works with ~allagher of Pleasant Valley satin, held the tiered cake that was High. the A.S. Rowan home for the te Sulphur Springs and the topped with white wedding bells The Church started holding elderly. It is involved in a program Gallagher. The caught up with pink ribbons. The services in Union December 10, trying to get people to regularly is the son of Mr. and guest book table was centered with 1985. The Church of Christ is studytheirbibles, ltisalsoactivein Darr of Townsville, a floral arrangement of white and conservative in itsteachings, using mission work in South India. pink silk flowers. Adding to the only the bible for authority in The building was recently couple repeated their vows occasion was the music provided worship, teachings, and practices, purchased from Mrs. Pauline an alter enhanced with by a group of Irish bag pipers. The Church of Christ has no earthly Lynch and family, May 27, 1987. :~branched candelabra and After a three week wedding trip head or council. Each congrega- The Church's goal in Union is while the guest pews to Ireland, the couple will make tion is lead by elders or qualified that it might help people drawnear ~arked by white satin bows. their home at 5001 Roper men until elders can be appointed, to God and save their souls. If the music was provided by Mountain Road, Greenville, S.C. The Church teaches the church can be of assistance to you Sweatt, soloist, and Dorothy The bride is a graduate of West following plan for Salvation. First, a or if you have questions about the Ist, organist, while Mr. Virginia University where she person must hear about Jesus, church, please contact us: Church and the bridegroom's received a bachelor of science Rom. 10:17. Second, belief in of Christ, Box 661, Ufiion, WV., provided special readings degree in pharmacy. She is a Jesus as the answer for their sin 24983. Phone 772-5615. -~-" ~ceremony. recent graduate of the Medical .... the alter and given in University of South Carolina with a by her father, the bride Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a formal white satin gown currently is a pharamist at ddS rDrise" It'girl! led with a semi-full skirt Spartanburg Medical Center, U S a ended in a cathedral train Spartanburg. The bridegroom is a in Alecon lace. The bodice graduate of Ohio University and is featured a V-neckline currently enrolled in graduate ;ion. Appliques of lace, seed studies at Converse College. He is Albert and Dana Wease of White Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. sequins enhanced the principal of Our Ladyofthe Rosary Sulphur Springs are excited to E.F. Brackman of Caldwell. Great- and sleeves which were School in Greenville, S.C. announce the birth of their second grandmother is Christine Sweet of puffed at the shoulder child, Whitney Jane. Whitney was White Sulphur Springs. Whitney born on June 17th at 9:44 a.m. Jane was named after her Aunt weighing 6 Ibs. 1.6 oz. Whitney has Janie Kellogg of Ft. Worth, Texas. a big sister, Erin. Jones' to be honored on 37th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Albert Joneswill be Town Council, co-leader of 4-H honored with a 37th wedding Club and boardmember of the anniversary reception July 5 from Little League. l-5:30p.m, atthe Fellowship Hall Mrs. Jones is a 4-H leader, of the Shiloh Baptist Church in boardmember of the Hilltop Alderson. Baptist Center, President of They are the parents of 12 Greenbrier County Leaders children and have four grandchil- Association, Dean of the First dren. District Congress of Christian Reverend Jones is a retired coal Education and a member of the miner and construction worker. He Eastern Star. is presently an associate minister We would like to extend an open at the Shiloh Baptist. Church, invitation to all our friends arid Michelle Mayer Sunday School Superintendent, family who may want to attend. advisory member of the Aldeson r ucted bnor RENT GARDEN EQUIPMENT If it's gardening equip- ment you need, put a lit- tle power behind the job with rototillers, power mowers and power rakes from United Rent-All. We'll help you dig right in. LOCATED AT MILLER IMPLEMENT Rt. 219 N., Lewisburg, WV 497-2777 racy Michelle Mayerwas into the National Honor in June in Virginia where her junior year. been an honor roll ',Since entering school. the 16 year old daughter of Jill (Shafer) Mayer and Call us about a new four wheel drive CAR FINDERS can help you $25 for listing or locating lghter of Bill and Mine --Sell your old car Mon. through Sat. Rupert She is the great bu worus ,. " ..... " --Locate and yane edcar until 9 p m ghter OT Mrs W ~- bnater " " I~e r t a n d ~1 r s.' W.W. Computerized Usting and Locating 304 799-6895 or ,on Toll Free in W Va of Alderson. " . . , Master Card and VISA Acce, pted 1-800-223-2068 A Restaurant "-" Bill Dunkin Donna Cochran cordially invite you and your family to our Open House The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, June 30, 1987 3B Crusade at Liberty Missionary Liberty Missionary Church of clintonvilte will be conducting its annual Family Evangelistic Crusade July 5-12. The Crusade will begin with the regular morning service Sunday, July 5 at 10:00 a.m. After the morning worship service there will be "dinner on the grounds" - Homecoming style- at about 12:30 p.m. Each morning through the week there will be children's meetings at 10:00 am. These will include new songs, stories, Scripture memorization and hand crafts. All young people, pre-school through teens will enjoy these services. During the afternoons there will be plenty of social activities for the young folks. These will include games, hiking, music, ham radio, horseback riding and Christian videos if the weather isn't suitable for out-door activities. Each evening at 7:30 p.m. there will be an evangelistic or missionary service. The main speaker throughout the week will be Brother Ed Shemelia from Youk, Pennsylvania. Brother Shemelia is an experienced pastor and evangelist. He has also assisted in establishing several Christian schools using a program called Accelerated Christian Education (ACE). About seventy church- schools in West Virginia utilize the ACE program, including Liberty Rev. Ed Shemelia Christian School at Clintonville. On Friday evening Brother Robert Anderson from Sand Fork, West Virginia, will be showing a film entitled "At Any Cost", and another film on Saturday afternoon, July 11. These films were produced by Underground Evangelism, an organization which provides Bibles, other literature and assistance to the persecuted Believers in Communist countries. A free will offeringdl~ill be received for this purpose. The church is located one and one half miles south of U.S. Route 60 on Henson Road at Clintonville. The purpose of the Crusade is to win people to Jesus Christ, and to strengthen Christians in their committment to Him. Everybody is welcome to attend. More information can be obtained by calling David or Crystal Hersman at 392-5967. In Memory In Memory of Johnnie F. Howard Deceased June 22, 1986. A year has gone by And we still want to cry. Our hearts are saddened as we pass by the little house that you built; And we never fail to glance at your grave as toward the road it tilts. There are so many good memories of the past, That we don't let the bad memories last. We miss you very much, but we know you are no longer suffering and you are with god in a far better place that we are. Than you God for preparing a place were there is no suffering, crying, or dying and where we all can meet again if we chooset. Submitted in Memory of Dad and Papa, By Shirley Glover for all the Children and Grandchildren. High Style By Don McCoy: JUNE 30 Bags under your eyes? New 30- minute plastic surgery procedure vaporizes the fat in the bags with an electric needle. Technique is said to be much safer than full-scale surgery. Clean makeup brushes more often in summer to remove perspiration and bacteria. Choose easy-fitting styles for summer comfort. Both men and women are more comfortable when they avoid tight clothes to allow air circulation. Baby-care products are good for adult skin, too. They're usually very gentle and hypoallergenic as well. Warm weather and humidity are tough on oily skin. To avoid flare- ups, use an astringent several times a day, especially on the T-zone of forehead, nose and chin, Warm weather and humidity are tough on hair, too. Ask about our easy-living styling haircut at: EGQUIRF= White Sulphur Springs 536-3768 Madinton 799-7151 ROfl'U~" NOW IN PROGRESS Take Advantage Of This Opportunity For Tremendous Savings |1 Shorts and Shirts Blouses & Sweaters 25% to 25% to O%o. O%o. Sportswear 25% to Lingerie 50% off 20% off ii,i i ~ i _ Selected Shoes Accessories Wednesdayand Thursday, July lstand2nd _. and 25% _ , .... off 7~me: 4 p.m. 8 p.m. ~ Sandles . " ,, 304164~-7600 at 123 E. 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