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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1978 Miss Rosemary Bailey, Mr. Baker Married In North Carolina Cltul :h Mrs. Barry Linville Baker Miss Rosemary Sue Bailey, ] Mitzie Nichols, of Charles Town daughter of Mrs. C. Henderson I were flower girls. Bailey and the late Mr. Bailey of I The bride's attendants wore 1718 Lewis Street, Winchester, I floor length pastel blue polyestez Va., and Mr. Barry Linville [ knit gowns with a chiffon shawl Baker, sonof Mrs. Hubert Baker ! and carried nosegays of delphinium, sonya roses, yellow daisies, carnations and baby's and the late Mr. Baker of Ker- nersville, N. C., exchanged wedding vows June 10, at 4 p.m. in the Braddock Street United Methodist Church in Winchester, Va. The Rev. William J. Hough performed the ceremony before an altar of brass candelabrum with white candles banked by palms with altar and greetorium arrangements of white roses, delphinium, yellow daisies and baby's breath. Miss Doris Sartelle, church organist, accompanied Mr. John C. Miller who sang "And This is My Beloved", from Kismet; "One Hand, One Heart", from West Side Story and the Lord's Prayer. The bride was escorted to the altar by Charles P. Ritter, of Charles Town, and given in marriage representing her parents. i'he bride wore a con- temporary gown of white silk chiffon and imported French Alencon lace and pearls, fitted bodice of lace and pearls, a soft scooped neckline edged with lace and pearls, a soft flounce from empire line to neckline, giving a short sleeve effect. Her soft A-line skirt was edged in lace and her chapel length sheer Watteau train was trimmed with scattered lace medallions. The bride's headpiece was a matching lace and pearl camelot holding a wide full chapel length veil trimmed with scattered lace and medallions. She completed her gown by carrying a nosegay of white sweetheart roses, white daisies, delphinium and baby's breath, and a pearl necklace. Serving as maid of honor was Mrs. Kay Moore, of Roanoke, Va., and bridesmaids were Miss Julie Reid, of Salem,. Va.; Mrs. Jane Tote, of Marion, Va.; and Miss Susan White, of Win- chester, Va., niece of the bride. Miss Shelly Nichols and Miss breath. The flower girls wore full skirted pale pink polyester dresses and each carried baskets of mixed flowers with matching flowers and ribbons in their hair. The best man.was Mr. Norris T. Baker, of Winston, Salem, N. C., brother of the groom, and ushers were Mr. Linwood Baker, of" Kernersville, N.C., brother of the groom; Mr. Mark Smith, of Salisbury, Md., and Mr. Brian Williams, of Kernersville, N.C. Ring bearer was Patrick Ramey, of Charles Town. The bride's mother was at- tired in a mauve floor length chiffon dress with a soft flounce falling from the scooped neckline. The groom's mother wore a soft pink floor length chiffon dress with long sleeves and full i skirt. Both mothers wore white carnation corsages. Immediately following the ceremony a reception hosted by the bride's mother was held in the fellowship hall of the church, with centerpieces of mixed spring flowers. Mrs. Ray Gardner cut the wedding cake, assisted by Mrs. Ken Akers, aunt of the bride. For their honeymoon to Nassau and Paradise Island,/the bride chose a light blue dress, short sleeves, A-line skirt with matching scarf and white ac- cessories. She also wore a corsage of. white carnations. Prior to the nuptials, the groom's mother was hostess to a rehearsal dinner at the Holiday Inn East, Winchester, Va. Julie Reid and Mrs. Helen Reid of Roanoke, hosted a miscellaneous bridal shower and Mrs. Ray Gardner hosted the bride and her attendants at a brunch. The new Mrs. Baker is a 1970 graduate of John Handley High School, Winchester, and a 1974 graduate of Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va., with a B.A. degree in elementary education. She is presently teaching in Franklin County. Mr. Baker is a 1969 graduate of East Forsythe High School, Kernersville, N.C., and a 1973 graduate of Elon College, Burlington, N.C., with a B.A. degree in History. He is em- ployed by the Max Ward Delmar Studios in Salisbury, Md. Upon their return from Nassau the Bakers will reside at 504 Emory Court, Apt. 203, Salisbury, Md. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were from Ohio, North Carolina, Roanoke, Salem and Marion, Va., and Charles Town, W. Va. Summer In Park Program Announced The Berkeley County Council for the Arts and Humanities in co-operation with the Berkeley County War Memorial Park will be sPonsoring "Summer in the Park" programs throughout June, July and August. Programs scheduled for June include: The Shenandoah Apple Valley Chorus presenting their unique barbershop sounds on Thursday evening, June 15, beginning at 7:30 p.m. On Thursday, June 22, the U.S. Army's top-notch jazz group, the Army Blues, will appear in the park with their concert to begin at 7:30 p.m. The public is urged to attend these free presentations planned for their enjoyment throughout the summer. Other programs scheduled for July and August will include the Navy's Country Currents, the Hagerstown Municipal Band, the all-county high school band, a Civic Theatre production and many more. Program details are available by calling the Chamber of Commerce. Ann Davis Is Winner Award AtStuart Hall STAUNTON, VA. -- Ann Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McK. Davis, of Rippon, was presented the "Downright Enthusiasm Award" during Stuart Hall's recent graduation ceremonies. Stuart Hall, the oldest Episcopal girls' boarding school in Virginia, is a college preparatory school for girls in grades 9-12. with Beautiful Hand-Painted Anniversary Gifts of finest glassware and porcelain Many more items in Stock and We also Special order upon Request Assorted Vases ,, Pitchers Creamer and ,Sugar Dish Plates with Stands Bon-bon Dishes Big, big selection of 25th & 50th Anniversary Gifts, too. Scott andWhit00 CHAR TOWN PHA RMACY """ YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 .Washington St., - Downtown Charles Town FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE Mary Kathffn Plum Mr. Edward Pierce, Jr. Enlplgement Is Told MARY KATHRYN PLUM Mr. and Mrs. Venton E. Pldm, Sr., of Ranson, announce the engagement of their daughr, Mary Kathryn, .to Edward K. Pierce, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Pierce, Sr., ,of Charles Town. Miss Plum is a 1975 graduate of Jefferson High School and is presently employed at Central Chemical Corporation in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Pierce is a 1976 graduate of Jefferson High School and presently employed at the Fish hatchery in Leetown. Junior Miss Pageant Set The America Junior Miss competition is a nationwide scholarship program to recognize, reward and en- courage excellence in young people. Local Junior Miss winners advance to state competitions, which determine candidates for the national title. The program is open to high school senior girls under 19 years of age. By presenting college scholarships and other awards to Junior Miss par- ticipants, the program seeks to focus attention on' the con- structive achievements of all youth, to encourage excellence I and enkindle a sense of l dedication to the future. The Martinsburg Jaycees and Jaycee-eKes are sponsoring the Junior Miss, which will be held Sunday, September 17. Leading up to the Junior Miss program will be the following happenings. June 26, an orientation to these participating; July 10, a swim party and publicity session; July 24, a hair and make-up session; August 2, youth fair parade; August 27, Poise, appearance, and youth fitness; September 6, fashion show; September 14, rehearsal at Hedgesville High School; September 16, rehearsal at Hedgesville High School; September 17, .tea with the judges, dinner for judges, and Junior Miss program at Hedgesville High School. Local girls interested in participating may contact the Jaycee and Jaycee-ette chair. men Joe and Paula Caudle by calling 263-2913 or writing Paula Candle, 100 S. Raleigh Street, Martinsburg, W. Va. Do it today as only a few weeks remain until orientation. Qualifications are: a senior in 1979, a B average or better, and a talent. \\; The news isn't to be confused with opinions about the news. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Appell attended a reception, Sunday afternoon at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adams of Winchester, Va., honoring their grandson and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert Creamer, Ill, also of Winchester, who were married recently. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Loudan Of McGraw, New York, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loudan, at their home in Bakerton. Women Decide To Meet Monthly The regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Memorial Post 3522, VFW Auxiliary was called to order Monday, June 5 at 7:30 p.m. by President Beverly Jones. There were seven auxiliary present for the meeting. The auxiliary voted to hold only one meeting a month for June, July and August. The only business discussed was the Gold Star Mothers Banquet. A nice thank you note was received from Mr. Clark Furr. A Happy Birthday this month to Mrs. Hilda Buhrman and Kathy Berry. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 The Extension Homemakers Club will meet June 21, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Falconer Smith. South Jefferson Ruritan Club announced their annual chicken barbecue will again be held at Bardane Community Center on Saturday, June 17, from 4 to 8 p.m. Senior citizens 75 and over will be served free. All other adults, $3.50 and children 12 and under, $2.00. The Barbecue will consist of half a chicken, cole slaw, applesauce, baked beans, ice cream, cake, coffee and tea. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fritts and daughter moved this week to their new home on the Bardane- Brown Shop Road. Rev. Nancy Webb, Charles Town, will be the guest speaker at the Leetown UM. Church on Sunday, June 18. Mr. and Mrs. Tracey Sutler, are the parents of a new baby girl born last week. Kathy is spending some time .with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tabb. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Perks, Belvedere Heights, visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue on Saturday. Dr. J. Robert Stiff was the guest speaker at the Baptist Church, June 11, for morning and evening services. Rev. John M. Emert and Mrs. Emert are attending the Southern Baptist Convention in Atlanta, Ga., this week. Bobby Swartz's new home is looking good and shoulf soon be ready for.them to move in. Drish Reunion June 25 The 4th annual Drish reunion will be held on Sunday, June 25, at Pavilion I at the Jefferson Memorial Park, beginning at 3:30 p.m. Each family is asked to bring food and drink for their family. :.:.: .:.:. :i:i ALL i Tier and Valance Sets Engaged to be Wed Friendship Fire Name Dr. Frededck ceremony Cancels Fireworks ICP A [ r q " Because of the paper work and details involved, the Friendship Fire Co. will not have their annual fireworks on July 4th, according to Paul Biller. i i However, a tag day and bingo are scheduled for July 1. Democrats To Meet l The Jefferson County Democratic Association will . meet on June 28, 1978, at 7:30 \\;. p.m., in the Jefferson County !i \\; = Court House. Plans for all c- tivities will be discussed at this  time. . Hogan Named Judge and Mrs. Donald R. Holley of Keyes Ferry Acres, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Holley Ahrens, to Paul D. Kline, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Kline, of Frederick, Md. Ms. Ahrens is employed by Hecks, Inc., in Charles Town; Mr. Kline is employed by Southern States Cooperative in Frederick. DR. GEORG Dr. George F. clinic is at 600 S, Martinsburg, and Building, 114 The wedding will take place Wade Hogan to the position after Saturday, August 19th, at Mr. whose $4,800 annual salary will study and took his Zion Lutheran Church in be funded by residents of the the college Frederick. community. Hogan, a former recipient of the military intelligence officer, is C h i r o p r a c tic Thred Law Students licensed by the state as a private Distinction at investigator. He also holds a In From Section Doing Summer Internships Among the West Virginia University law students who have begun Summer internships in public agencies and law en- forcement, judicial and legal aid offices throughout the state are three from Berkeley and Jef- ferson Counties. They are Gray Silver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gray Silver, South Queen Street, Martinsburg, who is working in the Berkeley County Prosecutor's office in Mar- tinsburg; Steve Brown, of Harpers Ferry, who is working in the Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney's office and Curtis Power, who is working with the legal services plan in Martinsburg. selected for Shannondale International Association. The I Conservator Chiropractors professional med by County Commission on to the Thursday, June 8, may have chiropractic helped to remove a thorn from furtherance of the foot of Sheriff Howard Wilt Dr. by approving his recom- College, New mendation to hire a conservator received his of the peace for Shannondale. Chiropractic Commission appointed Earl College weapons permit. His jurisdiction in the will include a one-mile area Chiropractors surrounding Shannondale. Rullo is a Wilt recommended Hogan on Eastern May 11, and Commission sub- Society. sequently checked with the Shannondale Citizen's Association and its president, William V. White. The ap- Pointment is subject to final approval by Circuit Court Judge Vance E. Sencindiver. 'Soft and Easy' Sewing "Soft and easy is the new way to sew". Registration for this adult sewing class is June 27 at 6:30 p.m. The class will meet every Tuesday and Thursday evenings for seven weeks. Fee is $15.00. Interested Students should call Mrs. Dixie Dunn Ruby at 725-7751 after June 19 if unable to register the first night of class. Classes will be held at Jefferson High School. , JEFFERSON INN ' DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS THURSDAY, JUNE 15th Marzetti/Salad/Roll& Butter ....... FRIDAY, JUNE 16th Pan Fried Perch, F.F./Cole Slaw Corn Bread ......................... , SATURDAY, JUNE 17th Luncheon-Pan Fried Chicken ...... ...... i Fresh Crab Cakes..., .............. Stuffed Shrimp .................... Steamed Crabs )# Avoilobl,) Delmonico Steak .......................... SUNDAY, JUNE 18th Ham Steak w/raisin sauce, Ve Hot Rolls, Desert ................... ":" MONDAY, JUNE 19th Meat Loaf/Mashed Potatoes/Green TUESDAY, JUNE 20th Chicken Casserole/Green Peas, Roll & Butter ............... '.. WEDNESDAY, JUN Spaghetti w/meat sauce/salad .,, Roll & Butter .................... Breakfast-Two Eggs/Toast/Home Fries/Coffee ...................... " PIZZA & CARRY OUT D. Lyn Dotson, director of the Legal Intern Program at the College of Law, said 105 students are providing legal assistance tc government agencies, county prosecutors, circuit courts and legal aid programs. "While helping the officials they're working for, the interns also get practical work ex- perience that helps them develop legal skills acquired in the classroom," Dotson said. ML Mission Yard Sale The Esther Circle of St. An- drew's-on-the-Mount Church, Mt. Mission, will hold a rum- mage or yard sale on the grounds of the Mountain Community Center, located on the corner of Rt. 9 and Mission Rd., on Friday and Saturday, June 16 and June 17, from 9-5 p.m. Come on by and look: around at the white elephant items, bric-a-brac and see the improvements made on the Community Center that is serving the area around Mt. Mission and Mannings. LEETOWN EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS MEET The Leetown Extension Homemakers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Betty Smith on Wednesday, June 21 at 1:30 p.m. ROSEN'S Friday and Saturday Only ii JUNE T - T 7 20'/. off 20% off JEFFERSON INN PHONE: 725 ROUTE 9-- RA ALL Bedspreads il and Mattress Covers o00o, iiil ALL Rubbetmaid ii:::: Items Men's Terry Shirts Reg. $10. Terry cloth in Boat, Crew or Collar styles. One Low Price 8.00 il 25% Off !iii  Selected iii Outside Paints i!il ili RIDDLEBER6ER'$ i::::i i:!: ili!: ::: ::::: ..%, <::: 211 W. Washington St. iii! Charles Town 725-2624 i::i ::::i2::::::::::::::::::::::::::2::::::::::::::::::::;::::::.::::;:::;:::;:i:!::i::!:!:;:!:i:!:i Men's Work Pants Men's Underwear Choice of 4 colors in Poplins and Twills 8.99 Fruit of the Loom Package of 3 Shorts 5.49 Briefs 3.89 T Shirts 4.59 Men's Straw Hats Dress styles in a fine collection Men's Slippers Knit, Corduroy and Vinyl styles to choose 4.99 to 8.99 S 5.00 to $ 7.00 117 W. Downtowfl 4 Men's Sandals Styles Just Right For the Summer 4.99 to 10.99 Men,s Blue Tank in