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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1978 19 RTING TURDA Y 73th. SUIT CLUB Ill I STARTING SATURDAY MA Y 13th. Elaine See Bride es Welsh April 14 of the First Born Orndorf, Jr., and girls, Mr. and , April Mrs. Spencer Welsh, Jr., and ing for girls, Annie Welsh, Hilda and Elaine Tammy Martin, Jen Piper and son, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley See, Sr., Gracie Hardy, Mrs. Estelle Cogle, Mrs. Judy Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinterman and family and grandson. Mrs. Franklin Greenwalt and Friday, April Welsh. he daughter of and the late groom is the Mrs. Spencer holy the Rev. Don a long tan and white-rimmed white car- was dressed With white car- sister of the of honor and gown with carnations. r., brother of the man and was suit with rnn, Barbara Yce Ware were in blue corsages. Robert Whetzel and flower girl niece of in a in- Spencer Mrs. James son, Mrs. Peggy Trout, Mrs. Dorothy Poston and Michael, Mrs. Gayla Grove and family, Joyce Grove, Mrs. harriett Clemons, Mrs. Gerald Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny, Mrs. Izetta Greenwalt and children. Mary Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle and grand- daughters, Clifton Riston, Mrs. Edna Whetzel, Danny and Harry Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cole, David See, Patsy Cole, Mrs. Geraldine Ware and children, Mrs. Edna Mac Lanham. Guests were from Virginia and points in West Virginia. A reception followed the ceremony at the Mountain Community Center. Food in- cluded a three-tier wedding cake, potato salad, macaroni salad, macaroni and cheese, potato chips, mints, nuts and strawberry shortcake. The Rev. John Wilson is pastor of the Church of the First Born. at the L.B.J. Ranch, Johnson PERSONALS City, Texas, for several seasons, is now with the park at Fort Carolina, Jacksonville, Fla. Miss Anne Bryan, Media, Pa., Jeral is the daughter of Mr. and visited this week with her Mrs. Paul W. Milton of near Charles Town. Mrs. Vernon Cofer, Norfolk, Va., visited recently with her sisters, Mrs. J. J. Cain, Jr., and Elizabeth Wysong at their home on South George Street. She was accompanied back to Norfolk by Mrs. DAle Keyser who visited several days in Norfolk. grandmother, Mrs. John S. Alfriend, South Samuel Street. Col. and Mrs. S. Preston Smith recently returned from a 13-day trip to Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hough, Boundary Street, Ranson, have returned home after recently visiting the first two weeks in April visiting their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Metro in Tampa, Fla, They visited many places of interest and attended the Tampa State Fair. Mrs. H. J. Cain, III, and two children, Peter and Kelly, Columbus, Ohio, visited Mrs. H. J. Cain, Jr., at her home on South George Street. Miss Jeral Milton, an em- ployee of the National Park Service, who has been employed Miss Congeniality, Miss Popularity Miss Padgett, Mr. Ray Are Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Padgett, of Shenandoah Junc- tion, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Sue, to Darryl Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Ray, of Berryville, Va. Miss Padgett is a 1977 graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed by Shepherd College. Mr. Ray is a graduate of Clarke County High School and is now serving with l the U.S. Navy. An open church wedding is planned on May 6, at 7 p.m., in Grace Baptist Church, Shenandoah Junction. Over 300 Attend 'Top of the Hill' Fashion Show On Wednesday, April 19, a capacity crowd of over three hundred attended the "Top of the Hill" fashion show and luncheon in the new banquet rooms at Cliffside Motor Inn, Harpers Ferry. The event was sponsored by the Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. After a delicious meal, fourteen ladies modeled fashions from the Barn at Reception Honoring Wheeler's Fiftieth Anniversary Is Set Friends of "Pop" and Helen Wheeler are cordially invited to attend a reception in honor of the couple's 50th wedding an- niversary. The reception will be held at the KOA Kampground on Route 340 from 3-5 p.m. on Sunday, June 30th. If further information is desired, please contact Mrs. Ruth Hadden, phone 535-2259, or Mrs. Joyce Bentley, phone 725-8709. Mrs. Hadden and Mrs. Bentley are representing the congregation of St. John's Episcopal Church in Harpers Ferry who are sponsoring this celebration in honor of their rector. It is hoped that the myriad of friends, old and new, that Pop and Helen have made during their lives of service on our mountain will come to wish them all the best on this very happy ccasion. Miss Mary Evea Mr. Stafford Koonce Engagement Is Told The engagement is announced of Mary Virginia Everhart, daughter of Mrs. Herbert W. Everhart of Kearneysville and the late Herbert W. Everhart, to Stafford Howard Koonce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Koonce, of Halltown. Miss Everhart is a graduate of Shepherd College and is em- ployed by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Mr. Koonce is a graduate of Monroe College of Business and is engaged in farming. A fall wedding is planned. Miss Jean Reed was chosen from a field of 33 contestants as Junior Miss Harpers Ferry for 1978 at the Junior High Charm Revue held at the school on Saturday, April 22. Miss Reed is shown above seated after being crowned by Superintendent of Schools Raymond Frazier. Others shown, from left to right, are Brenda Weaver, fourth runner-up; Kathy Hough, second runner-up; flower girl Michelle Lloyd; N. L. Wilt III, crown bearer; Lisa Reed, first runner-up; and Tammy Brackett, third runner-up. Entertainment for the event was provided by Betty Lou's Dance Studio, the Middleway Gospel Singers, Miss Traci Welsh, Mrs. Gretchen Van Camp, Mrs. Janet Chancy and the Hurricane's. Serving as Master of Ceremonies was Charles Trayer and Daris Albright was the pianist. Introduction prior to the pageant were made by Mrs. Clyde Reed. MARSHA FAY REINHOLD WEDS GEORGE DEMORY Marsha Faye Reinhold and George Demory were united in marraige on March 25th, the ceremony taking place in Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Demory will be residing in Nebraska in the near future. the Holy Spirit that the witness Brothers of Harmony." for Christ may continue in this Following the program, there community through St. Philip's will be a reception in honor of the parishoners. Brothers of Harmony in the The Rev. Hugh E. Cuth- Parish House for all who attend, bertson, Vicar, will preach with sponsored by the women of the the topic, "Philip, The Man of Parish. God." The people of St. Philips asks At 3 p.m., the church men of everyone to come and celebrate the parish will sponsor the the name day of the Parish with Brothers of Harmony, in concert them. Candidate Molar at the church. This well-known group will have charge of the * * * * Is Special Guest program of music and everyone The idea of making a is cordially invited to attend this living without working uaum, s=r"k-:n- Here great occasion and wonderful seems to be the sparkplug At opportunity to hear ' The: that makesthe rackets go. James M. Meier, candidate for ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::':: ::: ::::::: ::.: has been a special guest at "" several gatherings during the ' YOUR OWN i!il past few days. Mrs. Nancy Withers and Mrs. FANTASY[ :::::::: Edna Klsner entertained at a Light !iil reception in Tuscawilla Hills; Colors... s :::: Mrs. Dorothy Caperton and Mrs. Fashions ! Imogene Riely entertained at a * " :i:i buffet luncheon at the Caperton :':. home; and Mrs. Marjorie Wilt AT i:;!i and Mrs. Edith Alexander an- ::iil tertained with coffee at Bolivar :i: Heights. 7 i!:: ,, bo.e right is Tammy Brackett, who was named "Miss aLVe Harrs Ferry Junior High School Charm Revue last She is shown receiving the award from Charles Trayer, gie Mi!bourne the award as "Miss Congeniality", wds at the Saturday Charm Revue. % DISCOUNT ON FINISHING ONE DAY CE AVAILABLE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY TT & WHITE Town Pharmacy DIS.COUNT PHARMACY ' Washington St.- Charles Town, W.Va. NEWLY REMODELED Bunker Hill and shoes by Ramey's of Charles Town. Ms. Arlene Pasco, of the Barn, narrated the show with Mrs. William D. Waggy furnishing background music. Local merchants had donated over forty door prizes which were awarded during the afternoon. Hospital Auxiliary wishes to thank everyone who helped in making the fashion show and luncheon such a great success. Special thanks go to the Spirit of Jefferson of Jefferson-Advocate for the splendid coverage they have given the auxiliary. Also thanks to the merchants who gave over forty gifts for door prizes. Knights Templar To Attend Church Potomac Commandery No. 5, Knights Templar, will hold an Ascension Service in the Asbury Methodist Church in Charles Town on Sunday, April 30th, at 7:30 p.m. All Knights Templar are urged to attend and bring your families. Wear full uniform without sword. We invite all Master Masons and families to attend, this worship service. This Ascension service is open to the public. Refreshments will be served alter the service. iiqn I $16,9oo JEAN & JUNIOR FASHION SHOP or LADIES FASHION BOUTIQUE Includes hand-crafted fixtures, top brand in- ventory, training, and celebrity at Grand Opening. Optional-Fashion Coordinated Shoe Dept. $3,000. Open within 4 weeks. First and last offer at this price. Call Bob Weaver Collect - 615-552- 0762. April =-lt Chadm Town Women Moose Hold Chapter Night Program Charles Town Chapter 1028, Women of the Moose, held its regular chapter night program on April llth, at 8 p.m. at the Moose Home. Membership chairman Gall Iden and her committee was in charge of the program. After the Fourfold Declaration, Senior Regent Lucky Penwell enrolled three new candidates into the chapter. Thelma Clipp, Rebecca Lemaster and Esta Broadway. The chairman welcomed the new members and presented each with a small gift, and presented the Senior Regent with a check for Mooseheart Scholarship Fund and she costumes for Mooseheart. for St. Philip's Day To be Celebrated By Local Church St. Philip's Day, which is the patronal festival of St. Philip's Church S. Lawrence Street Charles Town, will be celebrated on Sunday, April 30th. At 11 a.m., there will be a Festival Service of the Holy Communion in Thanksgiving for the witness of St. Philip, a disciple of Jesus Christ, and in Thanksgiving for the witness o the people of this parish, named after Philip, and also invoking{ Ladies, let the Mirror Boutique light up your life with rainbow colors of the season in all the new Fashions. FOR THE tOOK OF ELEGANCE SHOP AT :i:! :::: i!i THE MIRROR BOUTIQUE :::', i::i:: Baker Heights, Martinsburg, W. Va. :':' 1-81 South, 3rd Mtbg. Exit, E.- Watch for Sign if::: Hrs.- M-Th-F- 10 a. m.-9 p. m.- T.W, Sat.. l0 a. m.- 5 p. m. i:i: T-W- 6-9 p. m. by Appointment ::i::i Louise D. Gosnell - Owner - Ph.: 1.263-0330 .:, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Everman House 103S. LAWRENCE ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. 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