The Big Timber Pioneer (Big Timber, Mont.) 1983-current, December 19, 2003, Image 18

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Week of December 19-2S, 2003 — BIG TIMBER (MT) PIONEER — Page 19 ^ ^ o p / e The M G M G rand is the scene for a N o v e m b e r w e d d ing Good News about important events in the lives of people in this community . . . and bevond | Couple wed in Las Vegas M.irie McNahula ami .seloueil fur the occasion Alexander Louis Kools were mar- noil November 2K m .1 double ring ceremony held ai the M O M Grand Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas The parents o f the bride are Dr W illiam McNabola and Shut on McNabola. both o f Wilmington. Dh The groom's parents are Dallas Roots and Doris Roots ol Big Timber. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her lather and wore a traditional long white strapless gown. She carried a bouquet ol bur­ gundy roses. Her longtime best friend. Belli Splaine. served as Matron of Honor and wore ¡1 burgundy colored gown matching the bride’s bouquet. Mrs. Splaine also sang a song especially The best man was Andy Roots, brother of the groom Following the ceremony a cele­ bratory wedding dinner was enjoved at the M G M Grand by about 30 rel­ atives A reception is planned for New Year's Day in Delaware Both the bride and gloom grad­ uated liom Duke University m North Carolina, and the groom also graduated from Wake Forest Law School The couple resides in Bo/.eman where the bride is employed by Multihand Commumiations. and also Hath and Body Woiks. The groom is an attorney with Lundoe. Brown. FI ana Ip. Braaksma & Reida Law Firm Recycle.. 1 s t S t a n d 'I R E W O R K S Open December 29th, 30th, & 31st Few your New Year’s Celebration. , ^ We arc now selling G ift Certificates which make great Stocking Stutter». ‘Last Stud Finmrks 1500 ¿Park 222-8025 Manila's Lonest . 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Tyler Pl.iggemcyer and le w I’laggemeyer Song I enders Leaders are Michelle I ai1 Annie l.v iene Bonita C icina Rotula Johnston. and Kaien Plaggcmeyer The second meeting ol the Porcupine Bulle 4-H Club was held in November We decided to buy Thanksgiving loml gill cemficaies and a Christmas eilt for the fìlli free Jake Johnston called the thud meeting of the Porcupine Bulle l-H Club to order on December 5 at the Melville Church Before the meeting we set up the Nativity Scene Tv lor Plaoeetnevcr led the Candy Cane iReindeer m , & Beaded Bookmarks ; AniUUc f m Friads c i the Library ¡ at the Kg f i a b a C iiM g ie L im y ¡ . ...... ...... —n.iffl pledge to the American I lag and Levy Plaggcmeyer led the pledge to the 4-11 llag Hie song Icadcis Tv lei and Lew led us m Jingle Bells Kim Goodman was lue euesi al our inceline C lint Kapphan cavi an Imprompiu talk and Justin Creme: gave .1 protect talk Kan Plaggcmeyer gave a lepmt 011 die I hanksgiv mg loud gill ceriilicales ami the gilt liee Chekie fremei gave .i repon on ihe 'leni I ml Bash Members vveie encouraged to write thank von letters d ihev had won an award Possible speakeis lor the Model meeting m 1 ehru.nv were discussed 1 he new meeting will be Jan 2 at Ml 30 al the chiudi Have a Merry Cluisimas' ,/iiv/m ( renici Repo; ter How about a Gift Subscription to The Pioneer for someone special in your life? 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The Big Timber Pioneer (Big Timber, Mont.), 19 Dec. 2003, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.