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Wednesday, April 18, 2012 ile: PAGE ~pirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Heather Nicole Hope and Pat- rick Wayne Conley were mar- ried Dec. 3, 2011, in East Gas- tonia Church of God in Gasto- nia, N.C., with the Rev. Glen Mecum officiating. The bride is the daughter of Charlie and Larisa Hope of Shelby, N.C. The groom is the son of Wayne and Pamela Con- ley of Ranson. The bride wore a vintage- style mermaid gown with a shoulder-length fur cape and a bird's nest veil. She carded a bouquet of ivory roses, pine cones and ivory feathers. A locket belonging to her ma- ternal great-grandmother was woven through her bouquet and a gold pearl pin belonging to the groom's maternal great- grandmother was pinned to the bride's handkerchief and ar- ralaged around the bouquet. Maid of honor Danielle No- lan wore a floor-length, cham- pagne jacket dress and car- ried a bouquet of ivory roses. pine cones and ivory feath- ers. Bridesmaids were Hannah ~_ Hope, sister of the bride, Sa- vannah Walker, Jessica Whets- tine and Candy Morton, cousin of the bride. They wore dresses and carried bouquets identical to the maid of honor's. Flower girl Marissa Ham- mond wore a champagne, floor- length jacket dress with a mile overskirt and carded a bouquet identical to the bridesmaids'. Miniature bride was Char- ity Hope, sister of the bride. She wore a champagne jacket dress with a tulle overskirt and a shoulder-length veil and car- ried a bouquet identical to the bride's. Best man was Wayne Conley, father of the groom. Grooms- men were the Revs. Darren Mc- Nutt. Andy Nicolson and Zane Estis and Rick Whitstone. Min- iature groom Travis Hammond wore a silver-gray suit. The bride is employed by Baiada Nurses. The groom is a youth minister with East Gasto- nia Church of God and also is employed by Kia of Gastonia. After a honeymoon to Gatlin- burg, Tenn.. the couple resides in Shelby. Natalie Ren6 Gustines and Jesse Ray Slazer were married June 30, 2011, at W'tlliams Memorial Unit- ed Methodist Church with the Rev. Parker Heinzman officiating, The bride is the daughter of Ton- da Gustines Darlington of Shenan- doah Junction. The groom is the son of Betty Fur of Greeneville, Tenn., and Lonnie Slazer of Springfield, Va. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her brother, Daniel Gust- ines. The bride, who wore a white lace and satin DaV'mci gown with a bead-trimmed crisscross back, car- ried a bouquet of callalih'es accent- ed with turquoise ribbon. Her sister Desiree Darlington Figgins was maid of honor. She wore a turquoise satin gown with a chocolate sash. Bridesmaids Amy Barger and Heather Barger Carey, both cousins of the bride, .and junior bridesmaid Sierrah Kearns wore chocolate sat- in strapless gowns with turquoise sashes. Each carried a bouquet of hand-tied chocolate carnations ac- cented with turquoise delphinium and ,thistle. Flower girl Brooke Penwell wore a white satin dress and carried a bas- ket of turquoise and chocolate satin rose petals. The groom wore a white tuxe- do with a turquoise vest and with a white callalily boutonniere. Wdliam Phillips IH, cousin of the groom, was best man. He wore a black tux- edo with a chocolate vest. Broth- ers of the bride - groomsmen Vin- cent Darlington and Tyler Darling- ton'and junior groomsman Bubbie Figgins - wore black tuxedos with turquoise vests and white callalily boutonnieres. Ring bearer was Seth Barger, cousin of the bride, who also wore a black tux and turquoise vest. He carded a white satin pillow trimmed in turquoise and chocolate ribbons. Following the ceremony, a recep- tion was held at Conococheague Sportsmen's Club in Sharpsburg, Md. "Pne couple, both graduates of Jefferson High School, reside in Shenandoah Junction. Human Kindness Walk planned for next month BRYAN CLARK Spirit Staff CHARLES TOWN - Local citizens and charitable organi- zations are planning an event to help raise aid and awareness of the problem of homelessness in Jefferson County. Officials from Community Ministries, the Homeless Co- alition and the City of Charles Town gathered at the Jefferson County Food Pantry on Sat- urday night to plan a "Human Kindness Walk." The walk will begin at the Community Ministries build- ing on May 6, at 2 p.m., and it will proceed to a number of lo- cal churches active in the battle against homelessness. Those interested in joining the walk are asked to bring $1 and a canned food item, which will benefit Community Ministries. ' They are also asked to wear red T-shirts to show their solidarity with the homeless. The meeting was spurred on and inspired by Arrnand Young, a Ranson man with an dedica- tion for charitable acts. Young was the force behind obtaining a home for the Embrey fami- ly, who lost their home and all their possessions in an October fire. Young wound up in Ranson after completing his own "Hu- man Kindness Walk." After nearly dying from a drug over- dose, Young decided to turn his life arotmd. He sold his house and all his possessions, and walked from California to New York helping homeless fami- lies get employment and hous- ing. Young says he is planning an- other "Human Kindness Walk" back from New York to Cali- fomia within a few months. ...another man's treasure ROBERTSNYDER The Harpers Ferry Flea Market opened its summer season last month to heavy turnout. The market, located along U.S.. 340 at Millville Road, 'is open each weekend until the end of November. CommunityJ > Com Communlty./V'oe Communlty./!. , Communlty 'o< Communaty...1. ;