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Henderson-Mahoney Nuptials Are Solemnized Williams UM Church :IAL P PHONE: ERSONAL 725-2046 725-2046 Thomas H. Staleys Celebrate 50th ~ i~~ Rhonda Ellen Henders~ and John wore a floor length gown of pale pink Charles Mahoney were united in mar- taffeta with silk overlay, and featured riage April 23 at 2:30 p.m. in Williams a high neck and puff sleeves trimmed MemoriaiUnited Methodist Church, in lace. She carried a white wicker Shenandoah Junction. basket containing red rose petals and The bride is the daughter of Mr. and trimmed with a pink satin bow. Mrs. Paul R. Henderson, Dean Ballenger served as best man. Kearneysville. The groom is the son of Ushers were Timothy Stride and Brant Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mahoney, Hartlove. John E. Staubs was ring Kearneysville. The double ring bearer. Patrick R. Henderson and ceremony was performed by the Ray. Wesley Carney were candlellghters. Robert Cllpp before an altar graced by The bride's mother selected a rose candelabra and palms. "floor length gown with matching silk Mrs. Daniel Hendricks played overblouse and a corsage of white car- musical selections on the organ and ac- nations: companiedMrs. Howard Mann, Jr as The groom's mother'chose a pale she sang "The Wedding Song" and pink long sleeved dress end wore a cor- Robert Brady who sang "The Lord's sage of white carnations. Prayer." A reception was held following the ceremony at the Village House. The Escorted to the altar by her father five tier wedding cake was baked by and given in marriage by her parents, Mrs. Robert Brady and beautifully the bride graced the arm of her father decorated by Mrs. James Brady. Mrs. wearing an ivory gown of silk faced Charles Carney and Mrs. Jerry satin, fashioned with a high neck and Mahensy served the cake. Assisting at sheer yoke, accented with delicate the reception were Mrs. James Brady, Brussels lace. The waistline and the Mrs. Robert Brady, Mrs. Graver cuffs on the full bishops sleeves were Russell, Mrs. Franklin Staubs, Mrs. trimmed also with Brussels lace. The Carlton Brady, Mrs. Walter LeMaster, chapel train flowed from a fitted Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mrs. Earl waistline. Her bridal headpiece was of Miller. Cheryl Carney attended the alencon lace with shoulder length illu- guest book. Mrs. Brent Hartlove sion and a shadow blusher with pearls and Mrs. Michael Miller distributed the throughout, flowers. Miss Karen Brady and Mrs. She carried a cascade of white Robert Krouse a~ed the gifts and miniature rosebuds, white miniature James Brady attended the programs. spider mums, babys breath and ivy, A rehearsal dinner was held at the and her bride's Bible trimmed in ivory church, hosted by the groom's parents satin and lace. and served by Mrs. Earl Miller and The maid of honor was Mary-Ellen Mrs. Michael Miller. Writght, wearing a floor length gown Bridal showers were given by Miss with a tan taffeta skirt and a lace top Mary-Ellen Wright, Mrs. Brent with a high neck and gathered three- Hartlove and Mrs. Micbael Miller and quarter length sleeves. She carried a the United Methodist W~nens Society. single rose arranged in greenery and The couple spent their honeymoon at ivory satin lace. the Bavarian Inn Lodge and reside in The flower girl, Ashley Mahoney, Ransor Howard Wyndharns Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wyndham, 716 South Washington Street, Winchester, Va, observed their Golden Wedding an- niversary May 9. They were married by the Rev. Douglas Hooff in 1933 at the Episcopal Church in Frederick, Md. Mrs. Wyn- dham is retired from Winchester Memorial Hospital as assistant office manager after 28 years, Mr. Wyndham is retired from Jno. Solenberger Company as a salesman after 33 years. Mrs. Wyndham is the former Jane Peutz, of Charles Town. They have one daughter, Peggy Wyndham, who teaches in Frederick County. MEMORIAL DAY DANCE! Saturday, May 28 At American Legion Post Home W. Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Va. From 9:00 p.m. until 1:00 a.m. Music by "FULL HOUSE" Sponsored by the American Legion Post Admission $2.00 per person. Tickets May be purchased at the door at the Legion Post Home. Nancy J. Palmer To Wed Vemon Snyder, Jr. Mr: and Mrs. Rudolph J. Ware of Ranson, announce the engagement of their daughter Nancy J. Palmer to Ver- non L. Snyder, Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Snyder Sr of Millville. They will be married June 12 at Charles Town Southern Baptist Church at 2 p.m. The couple will reside in Martinsburg. Gallahan- pfer Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Gallaban, Sr of Neersville, Va are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Wanda Lee, to the Ray. Donald Floyd Depfer, son of Rev. and Mrs. G. I)mmld Depfer of Harpers Ferry. Gallahan is a 1974 graduate of Loudoun Valley High School, Purcellville, Va and is employed by the C&P Telephone Company of Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Depfer is employed by Harpers Ferry National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, W.Va. A July wedding is planned. Chicchirici-Watson Mrs. Emma H. Cowgill, 212 East Baker Street, Winchester, Va an- nmmc~ the engagement and forthoom- ing marriage of her daughter Juanita H. Chicchirichi, to Lester L. Watson of Charles Town. Lester is an employee of the Acme Supermarket in Charles Town. The couple will reside at 202 High Street, Charles Town, following their June 1 wedding. Miss Susan Mentzer Honored At Shower A beautiful bridal cake designed and baked by Mrs. Durgut Stetson, was the centerpiece at a champagne shower in honor of Miss Susan Mentser. The shower, hosted by Mrs. Carl Auvil of Harpers Ferry, honored the upcoming marriage of Ms. Mentser and Bill Blair. The festivities, held at Mrs. AuviYs home-overlooking Harpers Ferry, entertained Mrs. J.T. Mentzer, mother of the bride and numerous friends of the family from the area. Senator Randolph b De cat0ry Speaker Countrj Day School Sen. Jennings Randolph, senior United States Senator from West Virginia, will be the featured speaker on Sunday, May 29, at the dedication of the new building of The Country Day School of Jefferson County. The Rev. Roger L. Henshaw, rector of Zion Episcopal Church, in Charles Town, will deliver the invocation and the benediction. Included on the program are remarks by Garrison Ellis, president of the beerd of and by Donald E.W. Niemann, headmaster of The Country Day School. Refreshments at the dedication will be served by a parents' committee chaired by Mrs. Gary G. Sen. Randelph helped to launch The Country Day School when he Slmke on September 19, 1 2, at the opening ceremony. Since that time he has followed closely the progress of the school. Niemann said that the new school building, constructed by Vernon D. Purdham, will include fifteen (15) rooms, ~ 9 elanroon-m, 3 of. rices, 2 lockerrooms and a faculty lounge, plus bathrooms serving all the students. The building will he made rmdy during the summer for the 1983-84 academic year. Cliffside May 27-28 Cliffside Inn of Harpers Ferry will play host to the Old Opera House pro- duction of 6 Rms Riv Vu on May 27 and 2S. The dinner theatre production is a romantic comedy of apartment hun- ting, apartment finding and the hassles in between. The meal will begin at 7 & "the show will start at 8:15. For ticket information or reservations the Old Opera House Theatre office or Cliffslde Inn should be contacted. 'rnis production is being directed by Sandy Morrow, and boasts a cast of local favorites: Della Vaughn and Ward Morrow are cast in the leads, with hilarious support from Susan Crane, Gfl Hall, Clayton Carey and Sheri Ledman. 6 Rms Riv Vu is the story of an apart- ment for rent and the two tenants who come to inspect the place, only to he locked iuside and left forgotten. It is full of crazy landlords and reaRors who are taking care of business. It should prove to he a great meal and a rib-tickling night of comedy at Cliffside this Thursday and Friday. Kelly Crum Named Pageant Finalist Kelly Crum, 16-year-old daughter of Eugene and Toni of Charles Town, bas been selected as a finalist for the 12th Annual Miss West National Teenager Pageant to be held June 17-19 at Marshall University in Huntington. Kelly, a jumor at Jefferson High School, is a member of the Key Club and varsity band and is involved in many school activities. She was recent- ly chosen s ry of the senior class of 1964. Judging in the Huntington pageant is based on scholastic achievement, puise-persooallty and appearance as well as on leadership. Contestants may compete either in talent or essay com- petition. There is no swimsuit competition. The West Virginia winner will com- pete in the national pageant to he held in August. It will be televised. SEEK PUBLIC INPUT EDUCATIONAL PLAN Public input regarding the Jeti County Plan for Educational Ex- cellence will be hesrd on June 2. The pubilo meeting will be heki at the Board of Education Office, 110 Mordington Avenue, Charles Town, West Virginia at 7:30 p.m. A review and explanation of the plan as required by West Virginia Board of Education Policy 232O will he provided by Donald K. Mickey, project coor- dinator, Jefferson County Schools. OLD WORLD DINING LOOGING AT ITS BEST 4,' q Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Staley of Youth Fair. Scrabble celebrated their 50th wedding Mr. and Mrs. anniversary Sunday afternoon, April 2 children, Dale of at the Shepherdstown Mens Club Elizabeth Henrietta, Building. Jim of Scrabble. Mr. and Mrs. Staley were married on Mr. and Mrs. April Z6, 1 3, in the Christ Reformed golden anniversary with Church in Shephordstown. friends, neighbors and Mrs. Staley, the former Fanniebelle Assisting with the Needy, graduated from Shepherd Col- Sharon Davis, Sara Davis, Me in 1928 and taught elementary Davis, Susan Davis, Charlotte~ school at Berkeley Station and Julia Miller, KimherlyAlle~, Bedington for several years before Staley, JackieLord, assuming the fulltime duties ofJoShultz. housewife and mother. A special touch for Mr. Staley, a longtime breeder of a musical program Jersey cattle, has farmed as well as Hedges, Ida Hendricks and served as a deputy tax assessor for chicks, with Berkeley County for ten years. Dawning" and "O Promise Presently, he is retired but remains sweet reminder of Mr. very active in the Berkeley County Staley's wedding day. Women' Club Of Chad, Joins Highway The Senior Women's Club of Charles Town, has joined the West Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs highway safety project to identify hazardous highway locations and seek corrective action. "The purpose of the 'Eliminate Highway Hazardous' program is to identify particularly dangerous sec- tions of area highways and bring them to the attention of aR rlate state and local transportation officials," accor- ding to Frances Brown, dub president. "Over the ns~t two months, we will compile two lists of documented highway hazard locations," Brown ex- plains. "One list will contain state highway locatiom and will be forward- ed to state federation officers for presentation to state legislstors and tramportatim ials. A second list of cotmty and mmiclpal hlgh hemrd loca- tions will be pre~mted to local traffic officials." 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