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8 SPIRIT OF JlileFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 22,1981 M- YvonneDenney,0000--D - " " " " .... " ..... + "+" Stewart Elected arcia arrell ++ , + Worshipful Master SOCIAL-CLUB Mmmcl0000e Lamar Viands Joined Maniage PERSONAL Harold Stewart, 00haries /.i,F,,,, .+., '  Town, has been elected PHONE (..:'= +:\\; Worshipful Master of Star /t//(  . .A , .,..++'-,', ,: Lodge No. 1, Free and Ac- 'i /f" i ,\\; I,O-UqI:U -r,' ,/fi; . ;-. .,, cepteu Masons. Stewart is now ++ +,- ;;+. , +, \\;,_- ,,  +  L ,. , ...... ; the 45th Master of the lodge which was established in 18W 't'F " '"%;;;)' and is the oldest Prince Hall Jean Orndorff wore long ivory colored dresses of nylon chiffon over taffeta with long sleeves and deep flounce hem. Both attendahts carried nosegays similar to the matrons but with red streamers. The ring bearer was Damion Denney of Winchester+. Virginia. Her flower girt was little Sonya Marie Gifft in a long red dress trimmed in white lace with large flounce hem and long red sashes, and carrying in her basket white spider pompons and miniature red carnations. Scott Anderson served as the groom's best man, with ushers, Keith Denney, brother of the bride, and Gavin Denney, the bride's uncle. The bride's mother selected a long royal blue dress with sequined bodice and sheer cover up with butterfly sleeves. The groom's mother chose a navy blue dress with crystal pleated poncho-like sheer top. Both wore corsages of white spider pompons with red bows. Lynette Viands, the groom's sister was at the guest book. Her gown was like the bridesmaids with a corsage of spider pompons. A reception was held in the banquet room upstairs at John's Restaurant in Ranson. Again the old time Xmas theme was used throughout. The four layered cake was adorned with a miniature bride and groom and a single red carnation between the tiers. The hostess for. the evening was Ms. Edna Jackson. Thd bridal bouquet was caught by Sandy Slusher of Charles TOwn. The bride is a 1980 graduate of Jefferson High School and is now employed at Foodland, located at the Charles Town Plaza. The groom is also a 1980 graduate of Jefferson High and has been employed at Tirf Enterprises for sometime. A buffet rtarsal dinner was served by the groom's mother on Monday night, Dac. 29th. Out of town guests attended from other points in West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland. Miss Marcia Yvonne Denney became the bride of Darrell Lamar Viands on New Years Eve at 4:00 in the af- ternoon at the First Baptist Church of Ranson. The Rev. Michael Witbem officiated at the double ring ceremony before members of the im- mediate family and close friends in the setting of an old time Xmas wedding. The church was graced with several large red poinsettias, two large arrangements of white spider muras, large pine cones and the traditional greens used for the holiday season. Candelabras were adorned with red velvet bows and western cedar. Red velvet bows marked the family pews. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Denney of Charles Town, the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Viands also of Charles Town. Andy Hamrick. pianist, provided the nuptial music playing the traditional wed- ding selections. Escorted by her father who gave her in marriage the bride wore a traditonal gown of white silk venise lace with slightly raised waistline and boasting a sweetheart neckline. The bodice was richly embroidered in silk venise lace and seedpearls. Her skirt had a sheer crystal pleated panel in front trim- reed in venise lace and ending in a long chapel train. Com- plementing this was her fingertip veil in venise lace with a bandeau cap of venise lace and tipy pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of lovely red roses, spider pompons, holly, springer fern and Xrnas greens. The bride's something old was her earrings, something new her gown, something borrowed a thin gold bracelet belonging to her aunt Shelva Gifft and her something blue, her bridal garter. Serving as matron of honor was Miss Teresa Orndorff wearing a garnet red gown accented by a matching crystal pleated jacket with ties at the ruffled neck. She carried a nosegay of white spider pompons and miniature red carnations with white streamers. Her bridesmaids Tammy Lynn Shepherd and Norma II -- 114 30'/, OFF ALL WINTER CLOTHING COATS SWEATERS JEWELRY DRESSES BLOUSES GLOVES BLAZERS SUITS ' SCARVES SKIRTS SLACKS POCKET BOOKS : SALE Rose Lotts Nursery Program Added Little Becomes Bride Peoples' Place Day Care Center Mr. Harmon Rose LaNora Lotts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Lotts, Rt. 1, Box 218E, Charles Town, became the wife of Mr. Walter Jerome Harmon, son of Sallie Garland Harmon of Richmond, , Virginia, and the late Walter J. Harmon on Thursday, January 8, 1981. For the civil cerenony which took place in Richmond, the new Mrs. Harmon wore a designer, winter white, wool suit. The bride's corsage and the groom's boutonnier, gifts from the bride's parents, were of the bride's favorite flower - yellow, sweetheart roses. Mr. Harmon presented his new bride with the wedding band his father had given his mother on their wedding day. Rose, a 1971 graduate of Charles Town Sr. High School, aside from her full time office job has worked in the Rich- mond area as an actress, model, and entertainer. She recently wrote the words and music and sung the title song for the award winning film "Lonely World." Mr. Harmon is a well known radio per- sonality and entertainer. Owner of Karnak Enterprises, his company specializes in production work, special effects, and entertainment. The couple met when Rose became employed as an assistant for "King Karnak" and his magic show making this indeed a very magical union. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon will reside in Richmond, Virginia. Art Display Show Martimburg Twenty-two special pieces of art created by West Virginians - are touring the state and will stop at the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library January 24 through March 6. The public is cordially in- vited to see "Traveling Exhibition 1" which offers a fine selection of acrylics, watercolors, sculpture, and prints during the library's regular hours; Monday - Friday 9 .m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m: - 5 p.m. and Sunday 1-5 p.m. The exhibition is 'presented by the Department of Culture and History in cooperation with the Mar- tinsburg Library and Shepherd College. Dr. Ronald Jones head of the Shepherd College Art Dept. will be the guest speaker at the library on Monday, January 26, 7:30 p.m. He will discuss the current exhibit. A nursery school program will be added to the full-day program which has been of- fered at Little Peoples Inc. Day Care Center in Ranson since September. The new program will serve children three, four and pre- kindergarten five year olde with an educational program on a daily basis from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. The nursery school will be integrated into the on-going center program which is designed to serve the whole child as an individual. Children experience one-on- one social development with children and adults ads well as learning to be part of a group. Each child is helped to develop an inner sense of self discipline. ' The center aims at developing each child's fullest potential through a planned program of. activities designed to foster skills in the following areas: Language Development, Science, Math, Music-Art, Social Studies and Physical Development. The staff of trained teachers and aides insures that all activities are in keeping with the children's ages and abilities. Special excursions such as field trips, library day and center visitors are regular parts of the program. A breakfast snack, which meets the nutritional standards of the Child Care Food Program, i served daily. The first, session of the nursery school will run from February 2, to June 5, 1981, and will cost $15.00 per week. There will be four openings for three year olds and four openings for four and pre- kindergarten five year olds to be filled on a first-come, first- serve basis. The day care program operates from 0:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. five days a week on a year-round basis. In addition to the program described above, children in day care are provided with lunch and an afternoon snack and an individual cot (sheet and blanket). Fees are based on a sliding scale based on family income. For more information on either program call Anne Thompson (director) at the Center (located in the lower level at the Lions Center in Ranson) 725-1625. Charles A. Kidwilers Feted At 25th Anniversary Supper Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kidwiler, Jr., of Walnut Grove subdivision, recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at a buffet dinner given to them by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kidwiler, St., and their children, Mrs. Sue n Coon, Miss Brenda Kay Kidwiler and Seven Students From Mr. Michael Wayne Kidwiler. The party was catered by the Section On Dean's' Usl At W. Tech total of seven students, two from Jefferson County and five from Berkeley Coty were among the 452 fulltime students at West Virginia Tech named to the dean's list for the Fall Semester of the 1981-81 Academic year. Named to the list from Jefferson County were Frank S. Ceravalo of Kearneysville and Timothy Wayne Mumaw of Harpers Ferry. Berkeley County students on the list Dieterich of are: Roy L. Falling water's; of Shelby Payne Garrison Mar- tinsburg; Kirk Keesecker of Inwood, and Danny Joseph and Timothy F. O'Connell both of Martinsburg. Village House in Shenandoah Junction: Upon their arrival, Mrs. Kidwiler was presented with a white carnation corsage trimmed in silver by her son- in-law, Stephen Coon, and Mr. Kidwiler was presented with a white carnation boutonniere trimmed in silver by his daughter, Sue Ann Coon.. The couple were presented with a beautiful traditional two--tier wedding cake, done in white and trimmed with red poinsettias and topped with a silver 25 and two white love doves. The cake was homemade chiffon and beautifully hand crafted by Mrs. Gordon Gagbey of Euclid Avenue, Charles Town. Those attending Se dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kidwiler, Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Coon and daughter Stephanie; Miss Brenda gay Kidwiler; Mr. Michael W. Kidwiler; Mr. Bobby Dillow; Mrs. Frank Kidwiler; Mrs. Esther Oden; Mrs. Jessie Heuser; Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Clendening; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gagbey; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli; and Mr. and Mrs. Terry James and son, Terry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Kidwiler received many beautiful gifts and cards. The first co-ed' in the U.S. was admitted to Oberlin Colleae. Ohio. in 1833. Masonic Lodge in West Virginia. He has been a member of the lodge for 8 years and served in the Junior and Senior Warden's posts before his recent elevation. Stewart is also a member of the I.M. Carper Consistory No. 192 and Nile Temple No. 27 (Shrine). A native of Marlinton, he attended Marshall University, is em- ployed at the Computer Center in Martinsburg and is a member of St. Philip's Episcopal Church. Also elected were: Kelly Head, Senior Warden; Charles Dozier, Junior Warden', James Nickens, Treasurer; and James Tolbert, Secretary. Child Care Night For Women Moose Women of The Moose, Charles Town Chapter 102, held child care chapter night Tuesday, January 13, at the Moose Home. Five candidates were enrolled and a lovely afghan,. donated by co-worker Frances Mood, was awarded to Sally McCarty. Proceeds were used for the Mooseheart- Moosehaven Easter fund. At a December meeting, a ceramic Christmas tree was awarded to Betty Costello, friendship chairman; Lodge brothers were guests at the open meeting which featured a buffet dinner; and social chairman L. Catherine Creamer was escorted to the senior regent station and presented with a corsage by senior regent Anna Hopkins. Clever Clovers 44t Has Program On Animals, Hobbies Animals and Hobbies have been presented by several members of the Clever Clovers 4-H Club. Stephanie King showed her quarter horse "Jim", telling im- portant facts about horses and giving the members rides around the yard. She also showed her model horse collection. Kirsten Pauli presented her Collie dog, "Sooner," giving tipsd on training and obedience. She also showed her hObby, miniature figurines. Chris Pauli talked about his coin collection, passing around some interesting pieces and explaining why they are collector's items. The club enjoyed making Christmas tree ornaments, led by Mrs. Gall Carpenter, also caroling at the nursing homes in Charles Town. Each member brought along some fruit and fruit baskets were given to each nursing home. An outstanding safety program was presented by the safety chairperson, Kirsten Pauli. She stressed safety precautions in winter sports and the importance of certain colors in safety. The next meeting will be Feb. 9 ht 7:00 p.m. at th( Wheeler's home near Molers Cross-Roads. The theme will" be Music and members are encouraged to participate with a musical selection. Ann Elder Dorsey, A. Finch Joined Miss Ann Elder Dersey and Patrick Anthony Finch, both of Cibolo, Texas, were united in marriage on Saturday, December 27, at 5 in the af- ternoon at Mt. Airy, Boyce, Va.,-The Rev. Hazel M. Berry, of Ellenboro, N.C., officiated. The bride is the daughter of Colonel Ralph Meade Dorsey, of Mt. Airy, Boyce; the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward Finch, both deceased, of San Antonio, Texas. Appropriate wedding music was by Eugene Smith, guitarist, and Jane Smith, soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Serving as maid of honor was the bride's sister, Susan C. Dorsey of Roanoke, Va., Mrs. David {Jeannie) Dorsey, Bullskin CH Club Cuts Valentines, Studies Visuals of Hollywood, calit sister-in-law of bridesmaid. Mary Sarah and Dersey, sisters of were flower girls. Attendants to the were David M. Hollywood, of the bride, best'man; Robert HuntsberrY, Berryville, Va., usher. Following the reception was heldJ Millwood (Va.) The bride was Handiey High chester, Va., in grooma graduate High school, San Texas, in 1966, is the Prescon San Antonio. The couple plan to Cibolo, Texas. Being Nursing Putting the theme "Won- The James ders of the Hands" into action, members of the Bullskin oowaccepting Happy Workers 4-H Club drew the Licensed and cut out 300 Valentine sing program for the favors for the nursing homes .school year. in Jefferson County when they The L.P.N. met for their regular meeting the students to on January 7 at the bone of injured, Leslie Skinner. The club plans handicapped tovisit andpresent a program hospitals, clinicS, at Jeffersonian Manor on homes, February 14 at 2:00 p.m. similar institutions Visual presentations were supervision of a given by Keith Myers on the nurse or proper way to construct a proximately 35 model. Barbara Zigler showed students time is ways to identify trees by classroom learning studying leaf and bark aspects of nursing I characteristics. The 4-H sciences. The clover placed on a flannel is spent in area board was explained by J.J. health institutionS Chapman. the practical As the special activity for nursing. January, fifty members, On receipt of parents and special guests plications, studentS enjoyed an evening of roller notifiedofthedate skating at the Berryville Aptitude For Roller Rink on January 12. 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