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i, :( i 1 4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE __ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1979 Miss Karen Shnver, Mr. Morris Married In Hage00OWneC?Urc!00 Miss Karen E. Shriver, of I oet g ga . Shepherdstown, became the i Mrs. Ginger Shriver, sister-in- bride of Mr. W. Keith Morris,[ law of hte bride, served as Jr., of Charles Town, Sunday,[ matron of honor, and January 13, in Christ Lutheran[ bridesmaids were Mrs. Debra Church, in Hagerstown, Md. ] Shriver and Mrs. Beverly The Rev. Raymond H.] Shriver, sisters-in-law of the Shriver, pastor of the church,[ bride, and Ms. Patsy Waters. performed the double ring / Tracey Cole served as flower ceremony at 2 p.m. before an / girl. altar decorated with white/ The attendants were attiredin taurus, pink carnations, blue blue formal length gowns with carnations ancL candelabra, contrasting blue velvet hooded January 8, in Christ Lutheran Hurricane lamps with lighted candles graced the church windows. The bride 'is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton H. Shriver, of Route 7, Martinsburg, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Keith Morris, Sr., of Charles Town. Harry Sterling, organist, presented pre-nuptial selections, including Psalm 19, The Heavens Declare The Glory of God, Chorale Prelude Children of The Heavenly Father Pastorale, from Le Pralogue de Jesus, Chorale Prelude, Beloved Jesus, and See Us Here. Soloist Carlton B. Shriver sang Our Lives Together, 1 Corinthians, Chapter 13, and the Lord's Prayer. Trumpet Voluntary was presented as the recessional. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride appeared in a traditional formal length gown of white sara peau with Chantilly lace bands encircling the entire bodice, neckline and sleeves.' The gown featured a wide sweeping train and chapel length headpiece with matching lace. She carried a bouquet of phalaenopsis orchids stephanotis, pink sweetheart roses, baby's breath and eucalyptus leaves. The bride's something old was a ring belonging to her grandmother her something new was a cultured pearl necklace, a wedding present from the groom: something borrowed was a pair of cameo earrings belonging to her mother, and jackets edged with feathers. Each carried a bouquet of pink miniature carnations, garnet sweetheart roses and baby's breath. Mr. Richard Morris served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Mr. Skinner Poston, Mr. Marvin Clingan, and Mr. Robert Shriver. Rabble Shriver was ring bearer and Timothy Shriver was acolyte. The mother of the bride selected an aqua formal length gown and the groom's mother chose a melon colored formal length gown. Each carried a cymbidium orchid corsage. A reception followed the ceremony at the church. Assistants were Ms. Nancy Grove, Ms. Crissy Seeders, Mrs. Roberta Cole, Mrs. Jeanne Clingan, Ms. Carol Bartles, and Ms. Lisa Shriver, sister-in-law of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Martinsburg High School and Shepherd College with a B.S. degree in Biology. She is em- ployed by the Frederick Cancer Research Center, Ft. Derrick, Frederick, Md. The groom is a graduate of Charles Town High School and is employed by the United States Post Office, Charles Town. For a wedding trip by car to Florida, the bride wore a rust colored jumpsuit, a gift from the groom, with a corsage from her bridal bouquet. The couple are residing at their home in Shenandoah Junction. Mr. & Mrs, Norman Whetzel Kathyengagement 0f theirsusan, to S O C I A I_ M d 33 d A. Sbeeley, son Ofof Smithsburg 4[  . :. \\; . Chester C. C L U B arke r nnlversary Smithsburg. - Miss Kline is a 1976 ,4 q High PERSONAL' Wh g C is employed at .... hie Enloynn alnfornna Tnp County Hospital. I Mr. lS a ' , '/) .'": i( -I B YMRS.PATTWELSH Hawaiian show and met avery [-Iijgl j  ' , , i  9A l: Mr.andMrs. NormanWhetzel nice couple from B. C. Canada, :'vm . 4 '/i ! l 'returned to their home in who was making their first trip J.S.Army, ][ a,' ' ]Kearneysville after spending to San Diego. They could not Belvoir, Virginia.Thecoupleisplanni,.,  /fl !': PH/IIM|. 79g 9flJA..'/gg 9flAT '!:i  l::l!s weeks in California, with imagine being able to walk mer wedding. ::::::. : ' ,..v.,,o ,,,,',,,-,,, . ,,,,.,,,-,o " " of around ' short sleeve clothes /| " /:! ,[ IMrs. c, L. Joan Barnes, m Miss Kline is .... :: i.! I q[SanDiego. They left from a very The temperature averaged 65 the former Shirley e m , t' ......  . _ _. _X,[icrowded Dulles Airport on degrees, but to this couple it was Charles Town and      l December 20. cold and they wore winter coats, daughter of the late 1 ' While there, the celebrated The night before they retu ned rown )fCI , : . . Y . . UI Pllll in Rth  MI Dl[ll [[i the|r 33rd wedding anmversary home, they were entertained at .,,w uMu, ,, ,v, .. ....v --,w which was on Christmas Eve dinner at the Nval Officers Club and earlier they were an-by Mrs. Barnes and Mrs. '[|[lll:l' I'.|U O,D ,,ov,e"*. James Hawkins P E R S O. N A t S Engagement Is Told MISS PAULA JEAN ROTH Dr. and Mrs. William K. Roth, 404 S. church Street, Charles Town, announce the engagement of their daughter, Paula Jean, to Captain James B. Hawkins, son of Dr. and Mrs. William W. Hawkins, Dillon, Montana. Miss Roth graduated from Shepherd College in 1970 with a B.S. in Medical Technology. Until recently, she was em- ployed in the pathology department, Chemistry section, at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Captain Hawkins is a 1971 graduate of Montana State University, where he received his B.S. in Microbiology. He also received a B.S. in Medical 'Technology from Walter Reed Mr.&Mrs. Gordon Banks Markl 25th Wedding Anniversary late Mr. Day, of Fairmont Avenue in Shepherdstown. Mr. Banks is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Banks of Duke St., Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Banks are the parents of seven children: Gordon Reid, Shepherdstown; Mrs. Herbert "Susan" Snyder, Shenandoah Junction; Ravin Day, George Allan, Edward Todd, Timothy Neill and Clara Dawn, all at home. Guests were served punch and cookies from a beautifully ap- painted table of silver with a centerpiece of white mums and pink carnations. The an- niversary cake was served from a separate table decorated with a white "lace cloth and pink carnations. Assisting with the reception were Mrs. David H. Banks, Mr. George W. Banks, Mrs. George W. Stilwell, Jr., Mrs. Kenneth Laign Banks and Miss Krista Banks. Mr. and Mrs. Banks are lifelong residents of Shepherd- stown and reside on Persimmon Lane where they are engaged in dairy farming. INCOME & INFIATION Personal income of Ameri- cans increased by 1.1 per cent in December and 11.1 per cent during all of 1977, a substan- tial gain that outpacr d the rate of inflation, the Commerce Department, reported. SERTA SALE A 25th wedding anniversary reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W Banks was given by their children at the home of their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Snyder, at Shenandoah Junction on January 29 Upon arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Banks were presented a corsage and boutonniere and then greeted the 75 relatives and close friends at the door. Mr. and Mrs. Banks were married at the New Street U.M. Church in Shepherdstown on January 17, 1953, with the Ray. Edwin H. Langral] officiating. Mrs. Banks is the daughter of Mrs. James Edgar Day and the Never before so much comfort In so firm a mattressl Army Medical Center in 1976. Captain Hawkins is currently serving as laboratory director of the Berlin Army Hospital in West Berlin, Germany. An April 20th wedding is being planned. Magistrate Dougher Tells Kiwanis About Present Juvenile Law The speaker for the Kiwanis Club meeting was Jefferson County Magistrate Peter H. Dougherty. The club's major emphasis program, "Safeguard Against Crime" continued with Magistrate Dougherty citing several problems we, as citizens, face. The present juvenile law, which allows up to 20 separate hearings before a juvenile can he sentenced is a waste of time and taxpayers money, Dougherty stated. Aside from his magisterial duties, he is a Juvenile Court referee for the Circuit Court. The present juvenile law calls for the inadmissibility of BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. Charles C. Sisk, Sr., i Leetown, celebrated her bir- thday Sunday, February 19, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Valeri, Leetown Road, Charles Town. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Collis, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Sisk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk, Jr., all of Leetown; Mrs. Betty Payne and Cheryl, Baker Heights, near Martinsburg; Miss Cindy Payne, Winchester; Mr. and Mrs. William Hendricks and Jeff, Leetown; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sisk, Lesley and Holly, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hardy, Ken and Dave Hardy, all of Leetown; James Magaha, Chris and Ann Magaha, Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Johnson, Summit Point. Also present were Charles Sisk, Sr., Nicole and Anthea Valeri. A buffet lunch was served and Mrs. Sisk received many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barrnn, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Washburn, Shepherdstown, and Mr. Bob Lennon, Washington, D.C., were dinner guests Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lennon, celebrating Tom's 70th birthday. tatements made by juveniles to police officers, even after their rights have been explained, unless an attorney is present. He states that in January of next year, the county must have to provide a detention facility that will provide for the recreational, vocational and educational interests of juveniles incarcerated. "We simply will not be able to comply here in Jefferson County", he said. Dougherty stated the worst problem with the present juvenile law is that there are not enough law enforcement of- ficers. More men are needed in both the Sheriff's department and assigned to the local state police detachment. Several questions followed the address. WALLS CLEANED *Your'pinted wmlls and ceilings wHI look like now anftor loamlng wllh nowly Invented lontlfl mlmhlne. Re|sortable. All workgumranteed " Frail Eetlmmgl Agm bS&" U a, mm Did 725-4201 Since IAm Acandidate For COUNTY COMMISSION I Want To Make My Position On Some of The Issues Facing the County Perfectly Clear. "1 am against Sunday Racing" "1 am for more playgrounds for children in the rural areas. "1 am for securing more industry for Jefferson County" I HOPE ALL THE VOTERS OF THE Kabletown District and Jefferson County will give me their support on May 9. VOTE Raymond Lee Jenkins FOR For County Commission Feb. 23 - 4-T. - Pd. (Pd. Pol Add By Raymond Lee Jenkins Mr. David H. Hill Easement Is Told MISS DIANE FRITTS Mr. and Mrs. Eben M. FriLLs, Sr., of Route I, Harpers Ferry, announce the efigagement of their daughter, Diane Elizaheth, to Mr. David Howard Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Hill, of Hawaii. Miss FriLLs and Mr. Hill are both 1977 graduates of Jefferson High School. No date has been set for the wedding. Peter Dougherty announced that the speaker for this week's meeting will be Joe Corbin, Juvenile Probation Officer for Jefferson County. The meeting will start at 6:15 p.m. Thursday at the Towne House. The first essential in the security of a worker is to be able to work. tertained at a party by Mrs. Barnes. On Christmas Eve they drove to Lompoc, California and spent nine days there with Mrs. Whetzel's sister and family, who also honored the couple on their anniversary with a buffet, and a birthday cake was presented to Mrs. Barnes, who celebrated her birthday on Christmas Day. On Christmas Day, the family spent the day with the Phil Carreyettes, for the exchanging of gifts and dinner. There were about 25 present, consisting of all of Mrs. Neale's children and their families and Mr., Carryettes' parents and brothers and their families. It was a very festive day for all. New Year's Eve they attended a dinner, dance and breakfast at Vandenburg Air Force base, with several friends joining them. When they returned to San Diego, they toured many local spots of interest and spent a couple of days in Las Vegas where they attended two shows, one being the Roy Clark Show, which they enjoyed thoroughly. They spent a day in Tijuana, Mexico, taking in many local sights. Mrs. Shirley Dunlap of La Mesa, entertained them for dinner and accompanied them when they made side trips to see the man-made islands, Coronada, the beautiful church at San Juan Capistrano, Sea World, and took the Harbour Tour which was 25 miles of beautiful coastal scenery. They l went to one of the famous restaurants, "The Bali Hal", on Shelter Island, and enjoyed a Dunlap. In all, they spent a very enjoyable six weeks and were sorry they missed all the snow we had at home. Mrs. Whetzel remarked that it took a couple of days to get back to the routine of housekeeping. But a week after their return home, they had some bad news of their grandson, John Paul Peacher, who was in the hospital 'in Louisiana, and was on the critical list for a week with viral meningitis, but he has responded to treatment and it is expected he will be taken off all machines at the end of this week. Little John Paul is the son of the Whetzel's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peacher, who is stationed in the service in Louisiana. Also, Mr. Whetzel's mother, Mrs. Alice Whetzel, entered the City Hospital on February 10. Kline-Sheeley Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Kline of Cavetown announce the CW. Theatre Charles Town, W.Va. Phone 725-5212 | "OH GOD" (PG) Pentecostal The Bolivar Int. Church of Christ, jacent to KOA near Harpers Ferry, featuring Christian Saturday, February Sunday, February at 7 p.m. each night.' Samuel Miller, to attend. On Saturday, the Grim Reaper", will which deals with the occultism, and gives i warnings relating to arts. The film which is conf on and becomes medium as they . with the mystery and surrounding the tragic  a loved one. The with a strong e message, and scriptural needs. On Sunday, "] Heaven" will be sharing Scriptural the after-life and expectation, with presentations passages relating life in both the Old Testaments. Both films have  foundation in Scripture  formulated with adherence to Biblical] They informative. is urged to attend. information, call DISCOUNT GERITOL LIQUID Reg. 3.74. 12- oz. p00us 2 SOMINEX- SLEEPING AID Reg. 2.98. SAFE! 32 tablets. WE It|$[lV[ THE EIGHT TO COIIIffCT PRINTED [ItltOIl$ ANO LIMIT QUANTITIES i 's' FREE! With iron. CONTAC 19 CAPSULES Reg. 2.09. 10 capsules. PRELL SHAMPOO Reg. 2.55. 11 oz. lotion or 5 oz. tube. MENNEN SKIN BRACER Reg. 1.53.4 ounces. CLOSE-UP TOOTHPASTE Red or mint. ) ) ) ) R FOAMY SHAVE 11 oz. Reg., s0! or t 6.4 oz. tube. The Beauty Villa RIGHT GUARD ilt ILJOHNSON & JOHNSON :-h   109 S. George St. DEODORANT \\; BABY SHAMPOO I '" I CO' ' Reg. 2.05. Bronze.5 oz. I ,,.._ [I/I/:-\\;\ \\; 7 oz. ' I '[ [ Reg.   Featuring The Latest '9 l/l// / 19 t"1--1A'7'i J ______2_: _ TWIN SIZE ' FULL size  i ! Vicky Henry i;:, 59.95 " 69.95   AnnWidmyer  SCOTT&WHITE J. RUSSELL FRITTS it SON,  Brenda Bush, Owner ...... Charles Town: )harmac: ' 309 W. WASHINGTON STREET HOURS: TuesdaythruSaturday9o5 SUPER YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY' Thursday 9 to 7 SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE: 725-4010 304. 725. 557 ! Not Always Necessary PHARMACIES 125 W. Washington St.- Charles Town, W.Va. Ilili lllll " /!i