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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 6, 1990 Mrs William R. Sherwood (nee Jennifer Taylor) Jennifer Taylor Weds William Robert Jennifer Ellen Taylor and Wil.- liam Robert Sherwood were united ill marriage at 2 p.m., September 1 at tile first Baptist Church in Fairlea. The double ring cerenlony was performed by Reverend Alvie Edwards, First Baptist Church, Fairlea and Rev- erend Arvle Ma3mard, Edgewood The groom was attired in a black Pierre Cardin tuxedo with matching black tie, cumnler- bund, and boois. Tile groom's all[re was accented by a bouton- niere of baby's breath and a lav- ender rose. Groomsmen wore matchhlg black tuxedos with lavender lies and cummerbunds. Helps All Enon Baptist Chl Sponsors Gospel The hallmark of depression peaks when .you do not want to do the very thing that will help you to begin to get out of and overcome your depression. Being with people, gelling involved in activities, going for walks and other forms of simple physical exercise, even community in- volvement, are shunned. This perfect perseription for overcom- ing depression, brought on by hurt, loneliness, a sense of being abandoned or other unclear open and emotional sores, is ignored. The idea of sharing pain in a group of people one does not even know may, obviously, seem Lemons Married difficult. At the same time, shar- Ing and listening are the easiest Forty Years steps. By cleansing wounds and Enon Baptist Church, Vago Road, Frankford allowing the healing process to sing will be held Sunday, September 9 at 7 p.m. nouncers" from Clifton Forge, Virginia. The quartet begin, "Good Grief," a support Calvin and Delphia Lemons of toned southern gospel singing. group for those undergoing the Asbury will celebrate their fort[- Pastor Jim Anderson, and the congregation, invites every pangs of severed relations due to eth wedding anniversary Sun- tend. ~ ~i divorce, death, or even separa- day, September 9. Their family lion from a loved one can offer invites relatives and friends to i help. join them at an Open House Re- ception to be held from 2 p.m. to Meetings are held regularly on Tombstone Dedicated To the first and third Thursday of 5 p.m. at the Asbury Community every month, beginning at 7 Center. No gifts please. Of Eaxly Virginia Gover p.m., in Tuke Hall of Saint Tho- mas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. Thanks to Saint Thomas Episcopal, these Rainelle VFW year 'rotmd meetings are kept informal within their pleasant Seeks Members surroundings. While the profes- sional and trained facilitators in- vite everyone to participate to The Ladies Auxiliary of the the full extent of their needs, Veterans of Foreign Wars, John simple refi'eshments are offered Page Post #4484 of Rainelle, are and occasional laughter finds its accepting the Challenge National way into lightening serious dis- President Fran Boothe has set. cusslon. Wounds are cleansed. The National membership chair- Hope and healing begin, man, Lorraine A Frier of the De- For more informal[on call partment of North Dakota and Frances Goff of Ripley have also Nancy Chambers 645-3220, ,Frank Gallagher 536-2069 or accepted this challenge to re- Helen Searle 536-2500. cruit, reinstate and sign up new members. There are 124 mem- bers in Rainelle. Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg. "File best mall was Robert Sher-Ha Sale Continuous members may The bride is the daughter of Mrwood, father of the groom, while rvest slarl paying their dues for 1991 and Mrs B. C. Taylor of Roncev- Josh Sherwood, nephew of tile At Union now The dues are $16.25, which includes insurance, New erie. The groom is the son of Mr groom was the ring bearer. J Groomsmen were Russell Sher- members pay $19.25 which also Church leaders, descendants, and historians met August Ma:~velton.and Mrs Robert Sherwood of wood, brother of the groom, includes the insurance. See an care a marker in Sweet Springs to Letltia Preston Floyd (11,~1 The couple exchanged vows David Bostic: Ke~in Napier; Mike The Union United Methodist AtLxiliary member today to learn The dedication was held at the Lewis Family Cemetery ne$~ before an altar decorated with Fisher; Bruce Musser: Steve Church will have its Annual har- more about this patriotic organt- section of Routes 3 and 11, following a ceremony at the rle~ candelabra an arrangement of McIlale. vest Sale Saturday September 8zatlon. John s Chapel Catholic Church. Mrs Floyd was the motl~-~ lavender petunias, unity candles The bride's mother, Sara "Fay-at lhe cllurch located on Main Buchanan Floyd and the wife of John Floyd, Jr., both g0~ accented by four lavender roses. Ior, wore a street-length dress of Street. The sale will begin at 9 Virginia. Archaeologist Kenneth Robinson of Asheville, N~ Gi'~en in marriage byher parents rose lace. The grooIn's nlother, a.n]. and continue to 2 p.m. It ~.~~ lina, recently located her previously unmarked grave neXt,~i and escorted to the altar by her Carol Sherwo(M wore a beige tap will feature handmade arts and~"~~ her husband. The marker matches the style of her husba0O~ father. The bride wore her feta lace dress of her mother's, crafts, homemade baked goods arid fresh garden produce. Pota- 647-5"724 end Bernard Schmitt, bishop of the Wheeling-Charlest0n ] mother in-law's dress which wasCorsages of lavender carnations, Diocese, presided over the ceremonies. t,~,~,,,,o h~=~t, ~,~,~ ,,,~,~.,~ .... toes will be sold at $7 a bushel. altered and prepared by Marie .... y ........................... 5 F~~TE Hess. grandmother of the groom, roses adorned the mother's The sale will also feature a The gown Is white embroidered dresses Special guests of the Brown Bean Dinner with brown --- "~ L=..~.., , 2.~ ~_~ beans slaw onions cornbread ~m organdy over tall~ta, tile bodice orloe gnu glutJnt w~rt: ~vH~ ..... I4rr~kP 12h/icl,,r o'r~nrttrtnther of dessert and drink, $3 tbr adults designed with a high round ............. .7, ~, ........... neckline edged with scalloped the bride; Mrs Marie Hess, and $1.50 for children under 12. Dinner will be served from 11 30 detailing which also extends grandmotl]er of the groom; Isaac . :. a m to 1 p m Everyone is in down the bodice front. The seal- Sherwood grandfather of the ". , .- ' vlted to the Union United Meth- E'CTRI' : loped motif is repealed at the groom. ' il i odist Church skirt, front and back, where it The wedding was directed by parts at the center to reveal a Brenda Kay Austin. The guest plain organ~ly underskirt ending book was attended by Terri , m [] ~ ' in a brlefs~eep. The gown is de- Sherwood, sister-in-law of the .,,,~,~,~, v,= -- cented with matching mitls, all [)arlagrm" ProgrmnFisher attendantSand PamelaWere ,,,,,t ][~J['{L,]}__ ttosts... -- "Your New Connection To Better L'-hting'l gl antique hartdkerchief and Musser. Video taping was pro- J[eacner vaxl:y double-pearl earrings borrowed I ] s sp( from the groom's mother, Carol vided by Bey Smith and photog- | I Hear bouquet of lavender and nmlti- era Orie. Sound technicians were ~ " " FEATURING mo,~Lts LIGHT Nil L~'l,~,n~ t~r'*A Vl.'zr}'~r'~ I-lrn~t,ninrr Interlnediale IXl'O sponsored a colored tlowers which was given ............................ s we'co 1 me back to school lunch- with taped music provided by ...... by Angle Morris and Brenda Kay ~nawn Ausnn. ltle F o ...... Austin. ~ .... con for all teachers and staff at ell wstnp }Iatl of the Old Preceding the ceremony a A reception was held immedi- " - nfolv fnllnwina lho ooron~ nv Stone Presbyterian Church in tape of tile couples' lavorite love ..... ~ .......... e, .......... o..a In . " Lewtsburg August 27 songs was played hlcluding a lh-tile Fellowship Hall of The First , ' - .r-,Iii Pht, r,,h W.irlo~ mho Seventy teachers and staff vorite Shakespearian sonnet. B-v .......... c ................ members" all " " ended the event Ginny Wails sang "One Hand, rated,llve-tieredandCakeservedWaS made, deco- i " "'., which was orgamzed by Hospt 6 One Heart" and "All I Ask" ac- by Jerry tallt Chin y rman Victoria Har companted by A~m Fisk. Betty Deskin Reception aides were " , - - " "" ..... e man and her committee" I ila Pinnel, organtst,~played tradl- I.aura ~arver, Lman ~ult r, ' " Barlos Anna Buckberry Enka tlonal processional and reces- Genevieve Taylor Colleen Wal- ' , " ...... ' .... Gaseoyne Martha Hilton slonal music, ton, ano Dana rlsh~.,. I oue .... ~ $1 lla I ewis and Suzanne Bridesmaids wore street- An informal reception was ;;. . "s. -. length, lavender dresses of spun held at the home f B b an " " polyester knit with capelet collar, Carol Sherwood, parents of the plealed front, shirred back and groonl, in Maxwelton. The fitted waist. The dresses were groom's parents were assisted by ~ ~ d~rlc accented ,villi bouquets of laven- Virginia Slayton, I'e~ Lyall and ~ ~~-~--~ 1[ ~lI [HI ~1 11 lJ~ "~'d'~lc breath, pearls and lace which hosted tile rehearsal dinner ~ , 19~9 C were prepared by Vera WestfaIL which was held in the Fellowship Angle Morris was the maid of Hall of The First Baptist Church, ~ /~,~< honor. Bridesmaids were Lynne Fairlea, assisted by Valerie War- ~ niece of the bride; ,Jane DeGroot After a brief honeyanoon, the brkle and groom plan to live in [~ of White Sulphur Springs: Julie Ronceverte. 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