Asheville Citizen-Times from Asheville, North Carolina on June 23, 1991 · Page 27
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Asheville Citizen-Times from Asheville, North Carolina · Page 27

Asheville, North Carolina
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Sunday, June 23, 1991
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7C Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Barttett . . . Deam Lyaa Hickcraell MRS. RANDY DAVID PEEK . . .Tina Raehad Hale Hickernell-Bartlett Hale-Peek Ashevitte Citam-Tmm. Sunday. Jum 23, 1991 cf : s ft) 1 ioney s r Dinner Table 102 Tunnel Rd. at 1-240 Jft,N.C.-atMO N.C Four Seasons Blvd. r Long Shoals Mat 1-26 L-Hy.19-23atM0 593 RutrAv. en Hwy. 276 C.-HwY.70EKt-40 . vmerat Manager (704)254-9163 zpsody's :t in Casual Dining" laysll AM-1 AM ranch UAM-3PM vice Till Midnight 258-2149 prsyth Inn :inetinihg" ist-liinch-Dinner Inquiries (704) 456-3537 Waynesville, NC 28786 1 Battle Square iday-Frtday: 7am-4pm aturday: 8am-3pm 'HE MILE HIGH PIES! i View Restaurant 16 Brevard Rd. isheville,.N.C. -.667-8877 H -10PM Sun 7AM -3PM GoodnessHome Cooking" ent Homemade Pies hside Cafe h-Lunch-Dinner Ion-Sat- 9-2 Sun k Crossing 274-4413 5TEITDINER nestyle Cooking" rm Monday - Friday 252-9644 F5 Haywood Rd. RD SPECIALS... & Saturday night, 5:30-7:30 jn.-Fri. 1:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. US SUNDAY BRUNCH! Asheville's favorite Cafe 253-2158 KINESE RESTAURANT chuan, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hunan Beer & Wine, Take Out Available Hours: Sun-thurs 1 1:30 - 9:30 Fri-Sat 11:30 -10:30 . TRY OUR LUNCH BUFFET! astgate Pfcwy 253-7796 estaurant Guide lunch & Dinner Tuesday-Sunday Sangria House Special Experience a Taste of - Spain, Cuba The Carribeon Reservationi Requested s 76 Haywood St. Asheville, NC 28801 (704)252-6602 vTKM 'ArJ Serving Lunch & Dinner e) 1 C VJ !) Reservations: 253-5348 RESTAURANT Hungry For a Little Local Flavor? Tired of the same eld franchise mm am1 cinmtrcia) sumtindings? Htingrv tor mim local flavtr? Steven's offers an international mem admidst lurn-of-the-cenlury furniture. Cuisine from around the world complemented by our rictorian decor creates a dininj eiperience that's a pleasure for ytw eyes as eK as your plate. asao HtfTffH flfiflw rM. FtA n i mi The Windmill European Grill IlPescatore Specializing In: e German Classical Italian e East Indian Specialties Duck e Filet Fresh Seafood Large selection of Daily Specials Dinner Only Tuesday - Thursday 5:30pm - 9:30pm 1 Friday & Saturday 5:30pm - 10:00pm I All ABC Permits at Mall Innsbruck 704-253-5285 Dennis' Delicatessen 760 Merrimon Ave. Asheville, N.C. 252-4653 Is 1U:3U ajvi- fm Kion. Kosher Sandwiches Daily CREEK & ITALIAN SPECIALTIES YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAILS 6 DAYS A WEEK MON-SAT CELEBRITY DEC! BAR & GRILL 11AM - "BEST DEU IN TOWN" 130 COLLEGE STREET CALL MAX 258-1 162 ft Tea oopj Taking Tea is Quintessentially English! Lunch in our Tearoom from 1 1 :30 am A Proper English Afternoon Tea at 3:30 pm The two loves of life are Great Music & Great Food, Experience both at our Historic s Cottage in Historic Biltmore Village Four Boston Way ' 274-4400 L Winch barest SHcutaurant US Hwy. 25, Skyland Lounge with 2155 Hendersonville Hwy, Fireplace Open Daily 11 AM TO 9 PM 1378 Kendersonvill Rd. Long urn - oai. Specials 10PM I jl L Delivery to Your Heme r Office in South Asheville z7M711nai1l PISGAH FISH CAMP Pisgah Fish Pisgah Fish FsrHsrtsrTit ATHENS RESTAURANT "Home Cooking Always Pleases" TRUE ITALIAN SPAGHETTI 5 & GREEK SALAD 641 MERRIMON AVE 254-5200 Big Apple Restaurant 573 Swannanoa River Rd. Asheville, N.C. 7AM-8PM Mon-Sat 298-6375 Good Home Cooldng for the Family East Village Deli & Grill 1177 Tunnel Rd. Asheville, N.C. 299-3743 10:30 AM-10PM Mon-Sat "Rotisserie Chicken" Kosher Sandwiches Daily Specials Kosta's Kitchen "Home Style Cooking" Daily Specials Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner Mon-Sat 6 AM-9 PM Shoals Village 684-0279 ROOSTER KOGBURN'S RESTAURANT 11 AM-9:30PM MON-SAT PIZZA e SUBS PASTA e SALADS GYRO CHICKEN FISH DAILY SPECIALS CARRY OUT g 630 Haywood Rd. 252-9569 Heath Lodge A Unique Countrylnn Featuring Bountiful Breakfast and Country Gourmet Dinners ? 900 Dolan Rd, Waynesville - 456-3333 Ike's International Deli Food 868 Merrimon Ave. 252-1774 1 1 AM-1 1 PM 7 days a week Pizza Pidas Steaks Casseroles Steak & Conventional bubs BOSTON PIZZA Italian - American Cafe 501 Merrimon Ave. 252-9474 . Specializing in Italian Cuisine and Homemade Quality! Captain Tony's Pizza & Pasta Sit Back & Relax In Our Casual Dining Room Enjoy Our Tasty Pastas Subs Pizzas and Our Famous Buffalo Wings 5 611 Tunnel Rd. 298-2085 Frank's Roman Pizza New York Style Pizza Pasta Subs Salads We Deliver 25 Tunnel Rd. 298-5855 1091 Potton Ave 251-0999 Papa Len's Catch of the Sea Oysters & Clams. Fresh Italian Dishes Black Angus Certified N.Y. Strip All Cooked To Order Waynesville Plaza 452-1334 Family Seafood Restaurant Special rates for children Camp Airport Rd. Fletcher 687-2403 Camp Hwy 276 Brevard 877-3129 PENNDEL, Pa. Deanna Lynn Hickemell of Philadelphia and Jeffrey Gene Barttett of Weaverville, N.C, were married at 2 p m Saturday at Grace Independent Baptist Church. Pastor Roger Hickerneli father of the bride, and the Rev. Lewis O. Barttett performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Pastor and Mrs. Roger tlickerneU of Philadelphia. Her parents gave her in marriage. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell Barttett of Weaverville. His father was best man. Maid of honor was Christina Pross of Levittown, Pa. Bridesmaids were Denise Kenney of Battle Creek, Mich., sister of the bride, Tammy Mitchum of SL Stephens, S.C, Pam Gensler of Lexington, Ky, and Donna Cart Wright of Norwood, Pa. Junior attendants were Amanda Edwards and David Hickemell, brother of the bride. Ushers were Russell Barttett of Weaverville, brother of the bridegroom, Ron Allen Kenney of Battle Creek, brother-in-law of the bride, Keith Melton of Black Mountain, N.C, and Jonathan Nobles of Wood-bridge, Va. A reception followed. The bride is a senior at Tabernacle Baptist Bible College in Greenville, S.C. She is employed by Totally Tots Child Care. The bridegroom, also a senior at Tabernacle Baptist Bible College, is employed by Barttett Construction Co. The couple will reside in Greenville. MRS. W. SCOTT VALENTINE . . . Pamela Chere Shoaf Shoaf-Valentine CANTON - Pamela Chere Shoaf of Canton and William Scott Valentine of Clyde were married at 2 p.m. Saturday at Calvary Baptist Church. The Rev. Darrell Webb officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zachary G. Shoaf of Canton. Her father gave her in marriage. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison G. Valentine of Clyde. His father was best man. Maid of honor was Kelly Wood of Canton. Bridesmaids were Carole Rogers and Shannon Valentine, sister of the bridegroom, both of Clyde. Ushers were Zachary Shoaf of Canton, brother of the bride, and Doug Mann of Kingsport, Term. A reception followed. The bride, who received a bachelor's degree in early childhood education in 1990 from Western Carolina University, is a teacher for Cherokee Central Schools. The bridegroom, who received a bachelor's degree in industrial distribution from WCU, is a cost analyst for Kearfott in Swannanoa. Ledbetter-Hunter FAIRVIEW - Cynthia Ann "Cindy" Ann Ledbetter of Asheville and Ralph Nolan Hunter, Jr. of Fair-view were married at 4 p.m. Saturday at Chestnut Hill Baptist Church. The Rev. Norris Wright officiated. The bride is the daughter of Ann Haney Ledbetter of Asheville and Allen H. Ledbetter Sr. of Kingsport, Tena She was given in marriage by her brother, Allen H. Ledbetter Jr. of Asheville. The bridegroom is the son of Eunice E. Hunter of Fairview and the late Ralph Nolan Hunter Sr. Amy Lee Buckrer of Brevard was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Christy Blankenship and Tammy Arrowood, both of Fairview. Junior attendants were Lauren Nicole Moore and Christopher Hart-well Kosta Gaintanis of Asheville was best maa Ushers were Anthony J. Pack of Old Fort and Terry W. Moore of Weaverville. A reception followed. I BARNARDSVTLLE Tina Ra-chael Hale of Barnardsvule and Randy Peek of Marshall were married at 5 p.m. Saturday at Bar-nardsvile Freewill Baptist Church. The Rev. Kenneth Jenkins officiated. The bride is the daughter of Herman and Kathleen Hale of Bar-nardsville. She was given in marriage by her father. The bridegroom is the son of Dal and Susie Peek of Marshall. Sonya Webb of Weaverville was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Angie Dodd of Swnnanoa, Teresa Ball of Weaverville and Connie Lit-trell of Mars HilL Junior attendants were Terri Ray, Melissa Peek, and Caleb Jenkins. Ray Littrell of Mars Hill was best maa Ushers were Bryan Hale of Barnardsvule, brother of the bride, Danny Peek and Rodney Peek of Marshall, brothers of the bridegroom A reception followed. The bride attended Ashevilte-Buncombe Technical College and is employed at SL Joseph's Urgent Care. The bridegroom attended A-B Tech and is employed at Appalachian Controls and Services. MRS. RICHARD GRASSETTE JR. . . . Caroline Louise Perron Perrou-Grassette VALDESE Caroline Louise Perrou and Richard William Gras-sette Jr., both of Asheville, were married at 6 p.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church. The Rev. Clyde Plex-ico officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Perrou of Val-dese. Her father gave her in marriage. The bridegroom is the son of Shirley G. Sargeant of Hartford, Conn., and Richard W. Grassette Sr. of Asheville. Richard W. Grassette III, son of the bridegroom, was best maa Matron of honor was Mrs. Marc Levine of Old Fort Bridesmaids were Mrs. Mark LaiL Suzanne Watts, both of Valdese, Mrs. Neil Meyer, Connie Hunt, both of Asheville, and Edith Grassette of Hartford. Junior attendants were Kristen Meyer and Amber Meyer. Ushers were Michael Pierce, ( Kenny Hanson, Ron Davis, all of Asheville, Marc Levin of Old Fort and Mark Perrou of Morganton, brother of the bride. A reception followed at Valdese Legion. The bride is employed by Sunbelt Coca-Cola. The bridegroom is employed by Garland Brothers. The couple will reside in Fletcher. I, t MRS. R. NOLAN HUNTER JR. . . . Cynthia Ann Ledbetter The bride is employed by J&S Cafeteria. The bridegroom, a graduate of Reynolds High School will enter the Air Force this fall He will be stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.

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