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October 4, 1990

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Miss Armentrout of the First of Fairlea was August 25 for the Bridgett Alison and Matthew L. Ed- marriage. The formal ceremony was per- 6 o'clock in the eve- the groom's father, Edwards officiat- is the daughter of md Ruth Armentrout of Virginia. The son of Alvie and to the altar by her in marriage by the bride wore a of white satin with and Schimi lace. neckline was en- lace and the were lace cov- a lily point at the had a fitted with hand-sewn lace and irides- The back bodice with draping The skirt was and adorned with cameos in the front The cathedral-length scattered motifs lace cameo. The of the dress was adorned with iridescent sequins. Wore a handmade !0fwhite silk roses and Valley, accented and pearls. She wore dia- jewelry accesso- the groom. She and pearl brace- her honor atten- Boldt. She also of pearls borrowed Warfleld, a watch that was the wedding her father to her carried a lace hand- gift from and a contempo- cascading calla lilies and accented by bear ruing fern and ivy. was attired in for- black tails with a and white tie, ac- Mr and Mrs Matthew Edwards cented with pearl buttons and cufflinks. He wore a white rose boutonniere accented with ivy. Honor witnesses for the bride were Frances N. Boldt of Hous- ton, Texas and Timothy A. Brace of Falling Springs. Bridesmaids were Alison Burchette of Wash- ington, D.C., Linda R. Craft of Covington, and Pamela Gilchrist of Erie, Pennsylvania. Mrs Boldt and the other bridesmaids wore identical gowns of light peri- winkle blue iridescent taffeta. The two-plece formal-length, contemporary-styled Watters and Watters gowns had a straight fitted skirt, a portrait neckline and a fitted bodice with a wrap effect, which was ac- cented with a flower motif cen- tered with a Belgian crystal. The gown featured below-the-elbow crushed sleeves. The attendants Fall Festival Oct. 8, 1880 V[,ll ' Evangelical Mdl di t Church, RI, WSS WV - and cratts . % ":rummage sale apple butter making tood and bake =ale H0[i Droner 4p,m, t0 8p,m, 4:00 a ult $8:50 underl carried a single long stem white rose, hand-wrapped and ac- cented with bear grass and ming fern. Mr Boldt carried two long- stem white roses accented simi- larly to the bridesmaids. Mr Brace, the other honor witness, wore formal full dress tails with a black vest and black tie. He wore a red rose boutonniere ac- cented with greenery. Scott Quick of White Sulphur Springs served as the groom's best man. Groomsmen were Aaron McCormack of Lewisburg, Bob McElwain of Lewisburg and Danny Yates of White Sulphur Springs. They wore full dress. tails identical to the bride's honor witness and they wore red rose boutonnieres accented with greenery. The mother of the bride chose a street-length, two piece, pale pink satin dress. The long floral embossed tunic was accented with a lace border and overlayed a crepe satin skirt, a long strand of pink pearls and matching ac- cessories, a corsage of three white roses accented with ivy. The groom's mother wore a silk street-length ivory dress. The two piece dress had a wrap style top. The neckline was en- crusted with silver and gold beaded jewels. She wore match- ing jewelry and accessories and a corsage of three white roses T & E WHOLESALE Antifreeze - $3.99 gal. Limit 1 per customer Halloween Items Ceramic Ghosts, pumpkins Black cats, ghost leaf bags windchimes, inflatables, feather masks & more! Mr Edwards ss & At The box sprin Prices Now enjoy significant savings on our very finest sleep sets, Sofia Perfect Sleeper. Each set features the unique Total Suspensiod'System, designed with deep inner support and lush surface comfort for your better night's sleep. Comfort test a Serf