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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 9, 1990 'Seldom Scene' Will Be Seen Cindy Johnson To Be Married The Seldom Scene will per- form at Carnegie Hall in Lewis- burg, Saturday, August 25, at 8 p.m. The group has been re- ferred to as "the crown jewel of Washington, D.C.'s acoustic mu- sic community" by staff writer Holly Gleason of Pulse! maga- zine. They are known for their "top-of-theqine picking" and harmonies. The band has won awards over the years from different Bluegrass music publications, including Best Band, Best Vocal Group, Best Album, Best Instru- mentalists on dobro, bass, and mandolin; and John Duffey's Mr and Mrs Ben Johnson of Shaunda Legg award as "Entertainer of the Quinwood announce the en- Year." gagement of their daughter General admission for this Cindy Ann to William Douglas performance is $10/$8 for Mere- Kemper, son of Mr and Mrs Wil- bers of Carnegie Hall. The con- liam Kemper of Camden. cert will follow Carnegie HaWs The bride-elect is a graduate daughter of Donald and Donna First Annual Members' .Picnicof Rainelle Christian Academy Legg. scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. and attended The Community Tickets for the concert are now College and Glenville State Col- available at the Carnegie Hall of- lege. rice on Church Street, Lewis- Her fiance is a graduate of burg. Advance reservations may Weston High School and attends be made by calling 645-7917. GlenvilleState College. This program is presented with The couple will be married financial assistance through an August 25 m an open church Art and Humanities Grant from ceremony at the First Baptist the West Virginia Commission Church in Quinwood. A recep- on the Arts, Division of Culture lion will be held immediately & History. following the ceremony. Shaunda Legg, I0 Is 'Miss Pre-Teen' Shaunda Legg of Frankford has been crowned West Virginia's "Preteep Star" for 1990, She is the 10-year-old She will compete with a rep- resentative from every state for the national title at the eighth annual national pageant which will be held September t6 through 23 at Daytona Beach, Florida, The winner will receive a $l,000 U.S, Savings Bond; a $100 Travel Certificate; ; one night's room accommodations in New York City for interviews with a Melissa Grey Livesay Weds C. Keith Able In Lewisburg Mrs C. Keith Able (nee: Melissa Livesay) Melissa Grey Livesay and C. Keith Able were married at 7 o'clock in the evening June 9, with Reverer d Homer D. Ste- maids included Tammy Clamp of Hilton Head, Karen Gledhill of Boston, and Harriett Boone of Louisville, Colorado, both sisters were introduced by Thymius of The tel. Music by Hal Walls, Spicer, Jim Steen and permeated the hall bride and groom led the ing, followed by members! wedding party, parent guests. Marianna Hanna of burg was wedding direct Bob Brown of Brown's raphy, was the official photographer. The rehearsal dinner, by the groom's family, staged on the lawn of Eagle Restaurant near ginia. The bridesmaids' con, hosted by Margaret and Dorothy Johnson of aunts of the groom, was The General Lewis Inn burg. A bridal shower was Tammy Clamp and lips, both of Hilton Renee Boone Honaker shower for the honoree Lewisburg United Church. A shower, Nadine L. Smith of aunt of the bride, was Circle J Square Steak Fairlea. A 1984 graduate of brier East High School, the attended Marshall and wart performing the double ring of the bridegroom; Jane Bobbitt ginia Universities. She talent and casting agent from a ceremony at the Lewisburg o[ Washington, D.C., and Susanployed as Operations ( leading children's agency. i If You See , Judging will be based on United Methodist Church. Bell of Lewisburg. They wore of Dow, Owen & Co., The bride is the daughter of matching outfits and carried cas- Hilton Head. The gro{ I I lI I 'pol%'e, pe: mality, and appear- Mr and Mrs William J. Livesaycadi, g bouquets identical to that 1978 graduate of Salu : | I ance." There will be an optional son of Blanche Robertson of Sa- Tanner of ttitton Mead served as County Technical Col I t| | [ I talent program, of 1 ewisburg The groom is the of the honor attendants. Jennifer School and a graduate luda, South Carolina, and thethe flower girl and c,?rricd aPendleto ,,, South Carolir i Tomorrow, ('WHATYOUDOISNEW$ ~'~ late Carlos l lobson Able. wicker basket decorated with a sales representative for Tell Him l TO us l The couple repeated their ,vhite net and filled with pink Head Lumber. (AND ABUT 50,000 Following a honeymO [ HAPPY BIRTHDAY [ OTHER FOLKS) / vws herre an altar decrated rsc petals" The ringbearer was with candles and swags of Josh Price of Saluda. ,, to The Greenbrier Hot I He Is 40. , / CONTACT THE / greenery. An arrangement of The byffte's m(,)ther chose a Williamsburg, Virgini 1 - --- ] MOUNTAIN MESSENGER ] rubrium lilies, white snapdrag- two-piece sequined black and couple is living at Hiltot I Big StuftTtlen, / WITH YOUR NEWS / ons and pompoms also adornedwhite formal gown. The Island. ' I eig sturrNow; / 647 5724 / the altar. White satin ribbons bridegroom's mother was attired 1 THIS AD PLACED WITH LOVE / "- "-- I and greenery marked the pews in a champagne tea-length dress.I~SS Mass | FROM THE THREE OF US. 1 122 North Court Street l for family members Both wore white orchid cor- Lewisburg, 24901 | - : : I K y Given in marriage by her par-sages. ents and escorted to the altar by n :le wore a for Nmet three ear old Dewe AA;~LA~AAAAAAAAAAAA~AA~.AAAAAAAAAAAAA~A~AAAA her father, tl e b 'c " : - " Y- Y , Y ; ~vvvv-v,vv,vv-,r-~,-~r~,~v,~-,vT,v.:,~,--,~-v--vv v~-'v",~vvv'v~- w-~ real gown of white raw silk fed- Hobson Able was best man for k ~~~~ $'~1~ tt,ring a,, o f f-the-s ho u ld e r neck-his gra rids on. Guests were ,,, line with pleated bodice and a seated by Joe Livesay of Lewis- I, i natural waistline extending into burg, brother of the bride; Wil- a hall-flowing chapel train. Her liam Able of Saluda, brother of if' 4~~ l\'tw-tier walking h_,ngth veil of the bridegroom; Jim Kovach of French illusion was attached to Hilton Head; Steve Price of Sa- raw silk roses with f carls, luda, Rusty Yarbrough of Sa- carried a floral cascad i of game- luda, Jim Hintz of Charleston, I, lt'~llg: //"~:~ nias, white roses, stephanosis:South Carolina, and Steve Wip- ivy and baby's breath. The per of Hilton Head. Each had a strand of pearls she wore was a white rose boutonniere. Joe gift from the bridegroom. Livesay and )qil!iam Able Organist Betty Shaver of Le- served as acolytes. wisburg accon panied soloist The reception, hosted by the Renee Fife of White Sulphur bride's parents, was held at Springs who sang a wedding se,- Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca Resort and i SergcaTral1 !lectin and 'q'he Lrd's Prayer" ' was catered by Gwenn Cling- ' William Able of Saluda, brother man of Lewisburg. of the groom, sang The Wed- The four-tiered wedding cake Sandra L Massey and ding Song while accompany was adorned with rubrium lilies Sheets Jr along with !~i ing himself on the guitar and white miniature carnationsents Mr and Mrs Stacy B mn Honaker of ,reener and bab s breath The Maxwelton and Mr and Rc, nc cc c g Y Y >upp'y1 to invite you to their ope~, ' f Charlottesville served as matron buffet table arrangement, in a Dale Sheets, Jr of Auto Wo %, p. ., . ( of honor, She wore a formal silver champagne bucket, was of wedding, 1 m Saturw, two-tiered black silk shantung mixed summer flowers. 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