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February 2, 1978

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|6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1928 i Miss TheresaKackley, Mr. Stewartl:00 Miss Vicky Snyder, Corp. Hardy Married In HarpersFerry Churchl00 SOCIAL-CLUB 00,Married In CharlesTown Church M,s Theresa Ann Rackl, of Thegroom,agradnateof 41 \\; pI=r0000nNAL ---- ..-. Box 322, Inwond, and Mr. Jefferson High and the James __ i -- "--"' " v v p,, ,-,. .r ': i : '1 m 1 I111 Charles Ray Stewart, of Route 2, Rumsey Vocational Technical .... ,."/ (" Charles Town, were married Center near Marthmlmrg and + i*'. ' '; ':   Decembar 24,1977, inSt. John's employed by the Chessie }  ' + ] l l l+:l Ferry. The couple resides at 701  ,-:+: PMhM|. ++g.+aAA ..+oc +aA+ .,ai/liW ;t I llnln Miss Kackley i the daughter West Washington Street in I  ............. v-v ,., ....,"--v'.  + .,r -J l : + ,+ of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kackley, Charles Town.  + - [1,,t. ! + [ + [ ....... ' ....... Jr., of Box 322 Inwood and Mr. L m. ,,.. .  . -- _ "4 I  ' Stewart is the son of Mr. and . J  4k  ] r .... : Mrs. Charles E. Stewart, of 611 Looy Painter   W. Washington Street, Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. William Tomlin, of Rt. 2, Charles Town. The ceremony @as performed at 1 p.m. by the Rev. Temple G. Wheeler of Harpers Ferry. The bride, given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, wore a cream colored floor length dress, accented by a ruffled flounce and draw strings of satin, creating an empire waist. Her flowers were car- nations of yellow and white, accented with yellow roses and baby's breath with yellow and green streamers. Mrs. Jackie Sprinkle was the matron of honor and she wore a floor length dress of Christmas green accented with a bib of cream colored lace. She carried one long stemmed yellow rose with yellow and green streamers. The mother of the bride wore a powder blue street length dress with black accessories and the groom's moer, Mrs. Salley Tomlin, wore a floor length light blue dress and Mrs. Dottle Stewart wore a street length red dress. All three wore corsages of white and blue carnations. Mr. Bucky Sprinkle served as best man for the groom. Following the wedding, a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Tomlin. Mrs. Velma Gageby served cake and the reception decorations were yellow and green. Mrs. Peggy Grimm was at the gift table and Mrs. Judy Petterson and Miss Karen Gageby served the punch. The bride is a graduate of Hedgesville High School and she is employed at the Dixie-Narco plant in Ranson. Nuptials Occurred In Hagerst0wn Announcement was made this week of the marriage of Miss Jo Ann Painter, of Ranson, and Mr. Dewey C. Looney, of Warrenton Va., which took place January 19, in the Washington County Court House in Hagerstown, Md. The double ring civil ceremony was performed by Deputy Cour t Clerk June Sparrow. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton L. Painter, 419 Third Avenue, Ranson. The groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Basil Looney, of Warrenton, Va. The newlyweds are making their home in Virginia. Poor Guy Nothing is as forlorn looking as a man trailing behind his shopping wife. -Beacon, Philadelphia. So They Say . They say that love is blind. That explains all the groping in the dark. :Exhaust, Tulsa, Okla. Questionable If women dressed to please men--they'd dress a whole lot faster. -Record, Columbia, S.C. A bout The Size Oflt Women don't worry half so much about being two-faced as they do about being double. chinned. The Beauty Villa 109 S. George St. Featuring The Latest Styles for Men & Women Stylists: Ann Manuel Vicky Henry Ann Widmyer Brenda Bush, Owner Miss Johnetta Craig, Mr. Taylor Married In Washington Church iiiii!!, / HOURS: Tuesday thru Saturday 9 to 5 Thursday 9 to 7 PHONE: 725-4010 Appointments Not Always Necessary SHOECENTEII JUSTARRNED! ,, I I II I( New Shipment of e Leather Boots e Waterproof Vinyl emtm .Cosuaiond Fashion Stylm LADLES' BOOTS OVER 300 PAIRS Sale Priced Values to $65.00 NOW ONLY .99to$39. WIL8' tiP[ o mmmm: 11%t Announcement was made last week by Mrs. Nellie F. Lawson, of 216 W. North Street, Charles Town, of the marriage of her daughter, Johnetta M. Craig and Mr. Curtis L. Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervan Taylor, of Charles Town. The small and informal ceremony was solemnized in the Mt. Moriah Baptiwt Church in Washington, D.C., on December 31, at 1 p.m., by the Rev. Robert G. Williams, pastor. Present for the ceremony was the mother of the groom, Mrs. Virginia Taylor, of Washington, D.C.; the mother of the bride, Mrs. Nellie Lawson; the father of the bride, Mr. Alfred J. Craig and aunt, Miss. Mary B. Adams Mr.Walter Chatham Engagement Is. Told MISS MARY B. ADAMS Mr. and Mrs. William Howard Adams of Washington, D.C., and 'qJazelfield", Old Warm Springs Road, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Bicknell Adams, to Mr. Walter Firestone Chatham, son of the late Richard Thurmond Chatham and the late Mrs. Patricia Firestone Chatham. Miss Adams will graduate in June from Brown University. She attended the Ecole Alsacienne in Paris and graduated from the Capitol Page School of the United States Congress where she served as a Page in the Senate for the Honorable Stuart Symington. Mr. Chathan, who graduated from St. Albans School, Washington, D.C., will graduate from the School of Architecture of the University of Maryland in December. Miss Mannie Craig and Mrs. Ethel Solomon, all of Baltimore Md. PERSONALS Dr. Dale Keyser has returned to his home on South Samuel Street, after spending the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Cofer, Norfolk, Virginia. Mrs. Keyser has been a patient in the Norfolk General Hospital after surgery. Harry Rideoutt is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Rev. Russell J. Urquhart is improving very slowly at his home, 1308 Darlington Drive, Winchester, Va., after having the flu and pneumonia. Mr.a nd Mrs. Laurence Lloyd, Sr., left on Wednesday to visit their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Akin, in North Tarreytown, N.Y. The Rev. Aaron Grant Kapenda, Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Va., the Following the ceremony, at 8 guest preacher at Zion Church, p.m., a small reception was held Charles Town, Sunday morning, for the newlyweds at the visited Mr. Brooke Blackford, apartment of the bride and her South Samuel Street, over the sister, Mrs. Leslie weekend. Suitland, Md. Mr. Harry Baumgardner at Mr. ,Taylor was graduate South Seminary Street, is a from Charles Town High School, patient in Jefferson Memorial the class of 1972, and is era- Hospital. played in the Federal Ac- counting Offices in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Taylor was graduated from Jefferson High School in 1976, and is employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D.C. Miss Adams' father is a lawyer and a senior member of the staff, of the National Gallery of Art. Mr. Chatham's father was a member of Lhe United States House of Representatives from the Fifth District of North Carolina, and was Chairman of the Board of the Chatham Manufacturing Company. The wedding will take place in Washington in December. IBeHoughRe-namad Chairman Of Count Heart Fund Drm Figures ranging into the millions take on a personal meaning when you equate them with you and your loved ones. And, in addition to the deaths, 5,293 will pay their share of the billion 1978 cost for lost output due to disability medical care, drugs, hospitalization, and rehabilitation. To family and friends and fellow workers, the loss of a loved one cannot be compensated for in dollars and cents. Mr A.M.LehmanWiil Disp .lay Personal Ad Crafts. AARP Meeting The regular meeting of the Jefferson County Chapter American Association of Retired Persons, will be held Thursday morning, February 9, at 10 a.m. at the Educational Building of the Charles Town Asbury U.M. Church. The program for the will be a display of her personal Arts and Crafts by Mrs. A. M. Lehman. All members of the association are asked to bring along hobbies interested in and it will be permitted to sell them. All items will be placed on display so please have same ready prior to meeting time. For further information, call Mrs. Lehman, 725-3527. Check Your Own Home BETTY HOUGH Announcement was made this week by Robert D. Ott, president of the Jefferson County Chapter Heart Association, that Mrs. Betty Hough has been named again to serve asJefferson County's Heart Fund Drive for 1978. Mrs. Hough said Heart disease is far and'away America's top killer with over 950,000 Americans killed and millions more being affected. Question: How energy- efficient is the average Ameri- can home? Answer: Not very. In fact, some researchers have estimated that as much as 50 percent of all the energy we use in the United States is wasted. Another question-how en- ergy-efficient is your home? Since the primary cause of heat loss at exterior doors and entryways is lack of weather- stripping, here are a few ways you can check your own home for energv and monev Wasting situations: Ill II Mr. & Mrs. Terry Allen Hardy Miss Vicky Teresa Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garland F. Snyder, of Charles Town, became the bride ol Corporal Terry Allen Hardy, son of Mrs. Harold S. Martin and the late Lewis J. Hardy, of Charles Town, were married December 23, in the Charles Town Asbury United Methodist Church. The double ring candlelight ceremony was solemnized at 7:30 p.m. by the Rev. Marcus Earp, pastor of the Methodist Church, before an altar decorated with poinsettias and candles. Mrs. Louise Pine, church organist, played the traditional wedding marches for the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a traditional formal length white gown of knit, styled with a high neckline and long fitted sleeves. Venise lace, accented by tiny seed pearls, adorned the neckline and bodice. The A-line skirt fell from an Empire waistline into a chapel length train. She also wore a finger-tip length Camelot headpiece of Venise lace and imported ill,ion. Miss Lisa Snyder, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor wearing a pale pink knit gown with a floral chiffon short capelet. Miss Cathy Hardy served as bridesmaid, wearing a floral chiffon gown. The flower girls were Brandy Rissler and Vanessa Peer, of Charles Town. Miss Wanda Baker assisted by lighting the altar candies. The bride's mother wore a long pink and brown dress, with matching accessories. The groom's mother wore a long aqua knit gown with matching accessories. The groom's attendants were Mr. Dennis Bennett, brother-in- law of the groom as best man and Mr. Charles M. Deering, a cousin of the bride, was usher. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, on South Seminary Street, in Charles Town. Mrs. presided at the punch served the cake. Mrs. Deering and Miss Ju] aunt of the bride, a 'the reception. Following the rec couple left on a ham ' I ,Please... I Our Bound .During the i election campaign someone orro valuable book Spirit of Jefferso and apparently return it. The book referring to is e copy of the office the Spirit of Advocate which period of September 1968. Although we remember borrower was, we that someone did the Spirit of office and book with the return it. We borrower just making an urgent the return of it, contains the rely the Sp we have, or that Jefferson County period of October September 1968. Be Sure and See Our Outstanding Selections C.W. Thea Charles Town, 725-5212 WALT "DARBY & THE LITTLE i Sunday "The Of PEBRUARV IS PERMNANT MONTH AT JUDY'S BEAUTY SALOlt 620 South George St. CHARLES TOWN, w.VA. Bring This Ad To JudY Debbie and SAVE ,2.00 any Perm During +++i Febru..ry .(7::;  2 A. .... :  I For An Appo,ntment , Call 725- 8704 Feb. 2nd & Feb. 16th RUST #CRAFT / WINTER CLEARANCE + We Have The Right For That Special Sam +SCOTT & WHI OFF ALL WINTER YOUR DISCOUNT PHA MERCHANDISe .. ' I SUPER . / YOUNG SERVICE ' 25 W. Wash,ngto. St.. Clmdes Town, W.VII. FASHIONS PHARMACIES NEWLYREMoDELED L .. 130W. Washington St..Charles Town. J, .  . ........ _+Y+ i. + i J 111111] IIi_i _ [ _ _. ' ?++ Charles Town Pharmacy