Anniversaries for Feb. 19

February 18, 2000

The Yeakles

Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Yeakle of Hagerstown were honored at a surprise 50th wedding anniversary party Saturday, Jan. 29, at Mountain Gate Restaurant in Thurmont, Md.

The celebration was hosted by their four children and their spouses, Paul Yeakle of Roanoke, Va.; Gene and Barbara Ricker of Hagerstown; Greg and Kathy Sellers of Boonsboro; and Bill and Sharon Phillips of Greencastle, Pa. After dinner a three-tiered anniversary cake was served, the Yeakles were presented with a basket of gifts, and they received a basket of gold and white flowers from their grandchildren.

Mr. and Mrs. Yeakle were married Jan. 28, 1950, at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Clear Spring.

Mrs. Yeakle is a homemaker.

Mr. Yeakle retired from Mack Trucks Inc. in 1991.

They have 11 grandchildren and are expecting their 12th grandchild this spring.

The Glucks

Carl W. and Doris W. Gluck of Mercersburg, Pa., celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 28, 1999, at a luncheon for friends and relatives at Mercersburg Inn. It was hosted by their children and their spouses, Bill and Cynthia Stead, Dr. W. Larry and Diane Gluck, and two granddaughters.


The Glucks were married Dec. 29, 1949, by the Rev. Scott Wagner.

Mrs. Gluck is the former Doris Jean Wright, daughter of the late Ivan M. and Wealthy C. Wright. She retired after 25 years as a secretary in Tuscarora School District

Mr. Gluck is the son of the late Fred C. and Pearl H. Gluck. He retired from U.S. Postal Service after 38 years' service. He also served in the U.S. Army.

The Martins

Mr. and Mrs. A. James Martin of Smithsburg celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary Saturday, Nov. 13, 1999, at Mountain Gate Family Restaurant in Waynesboro, Pa. The event was attended by their three daughters and spouses, Joann and Harold Willard, Beverly and Dave Smith, Sharon and Mike Johnston, and many other family members.

Abe "Jimmy" Martin and the former Pauline Kline were married Nov. 9, 1940.

They have eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

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