May 03, 2003

The Amsleys

Charles W. and Betty (Ramsey) Amsley celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a dinner party Dec. 13, 2002, at the Copper Kettle in Chambersburg, Pa. They were honored by their three daughters and families, Teresa Amsley and Jack Parr, and Wanita and Randy Shoemaker, all of Chambersburg, and Brenda and Herm Mellott of Hagerstown.

The Amsleys were married Dec. 13, 1952, by the Rev. F. Berry Plummer, now deceased.

Mrs. Amsley is the former Betty L. Ramsey, daughter of the late Pearl and Daniel Ramsey. She retired from the Bon-Ton/Eyerly's and had been employed at Valley Bank and Trust Co. for 10 years.

Mr. Amsley is the son of the late Helen and Ted Amsley. He retired in 1987 as chief of the reutilization and marketing office, Defense Logistics Agency, at Letterkenny Army Depot. He also served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean Conflict.

The Amsleys have four granddaughters and two grandsons.


The Salvatores

A 60th wedding anniversary celebration was held for John and Alice Salvatore, residents of Loyalton Assisted Living in Hagerstown, in the Loyalton private dining room on Thursday, April 17, 2003. Their son, Bill Salvatore from Ocean City, Md., and son John Salvatore and his wife Susan joined them for a special dinner. Another son, Jimmy Salvatore, was unable to attend.

The Salvatores were married April 17, 1943.

Mrs. Salvatore is the former Alice Baker.

Now retired, they owned a grocery store in Clear Spring that has been sold, a motel in Ocean City, which is now owned and operated by son Bill, and the Windy Hill Restaurant in Clear Spring, now owned and operated by grandson David Salvatore.

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