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Anniversary announcements for 12/7

December 09, 2002

The Wellers



Milton and Sally "Pat" Weller celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Nov. 6, at Ravenwood Nursing Center in Hagerstown. A small gathering was hosted by their daughters, Angela J. McIntire and Lois A. Jones, and son-in-law, Bill Jones.

The Wellers were married Nov. 6, 1942, in Baltimore. Mr. Weller was in the U.S. Navy at the time, stationed at the shipyard in Bainbridge, Md.

Mrs. Weller is the former Sally V. Callis. She was a foster care mother for many years. She was presented a Foster Mother Appreciation Award with the governor's seal on it by former Gov. Hughes.

Mr. Weller worked as a trucking company billing and rate clerk. He was employed by Hagerstown Motor Express, General Freights and Horst Milk Transfer.

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The Wellers were residents of the West End in Hagerstown for many years. They are now residents of Ravenwood Nursing Center.




The Greens



Clayton and Margaret Green of Hagerstown celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, June 7, 2002.

A gathering of family and friends was held at the Potomac Fish and Game Club. The Greens were treated to a weekend at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore as a gift from their children.

The Greens were married June 7, 1952, in Potsdam, N.Y.




The Blubaughs



Clarence Eugene "Bill" and Patricia Sue Kuhn Blubaugh of Quincy, Pa., celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, Nov. 15, 2002. The Rev. Ira C. Weidner officiated at the nuptials at Blue Rock United Brethren Church in Tomstown, Pa.

Mrs. Blubaugh is the daughter of the late Donald Asa and Helen Pryor Kuhn. She is a graduate of Quincy High School. She took evening classes at Waynesboro, Pa., Business School and computer classes at Waynesboro High School, and was a member of the first class of evening continuing education students matriculating in 1974 with an arts, letters and science degree. She retired from Landis Gardener Waynesboro Plant in 1998 with 40 years of service in the engineering records department. She is employed part-time at Weis Markets Store 56 in Chambersburg, Pa.

Mr. Blubaugh is the son of the late Clarence David and Ruth Creager Blubaugh. He is a graduate of Quincy High School. He worked at Good Lumber Company in Quincy and learned bricklaying and mason skills with Ressler Brothers. He received a 40-year pin from Local No. 1, D.C. area. He is a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War, European Theater. He was elected three times as Washington Township tax collector. He retired in 1990.

The Blubaughs have one daughter, two sons and three granddaughters.

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