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Church In Shepherdstown Y Mrs. Jon Parker Wagnild Miss Judith Ann Derr, daugh- ter of Mrs. Charles M. Derr of Shepherdstown, became the bride of Jon Parker Wagnild, son of Mr. and Mrs. Parker B. Wangild, Gettysburg, Pa. in St. Peter's Lu- theran Church, Shepherdstown, Sunday afternoon at 4:30. The double ring ceremony was per- formed by tlae bride's pastor, the ]Rev. John Grissinger, Jr. assisted by the groom's father. ~ The church was lighted for the remony with candles, twined ith ivy, across the front of the ve and on the altar. Decora- ions in the church were white ~gladioli, shasta daisies and ivy. In altar vases were calla lilies. John Grissinger, 3d, served as acolyte. The Order for Marriage was preceded by a short organ pro- grain by Mrs. Eugene Asbury, who played "Abide With Us, Lord Jesu," J. G. Walther and "Lord Keep Us Steadfast", J. Pachelbel. Mr.~. Asbury accompanied David Greenlund, soloist who sang "O Love that Casts Our Fear", J. S. Bach, 'Come, Follow Me, the Sa- vior Spake", Karg-Elert and "Love Divine, All Love Excell- ing," set to the Welsh hymn tune Ityfrydol. The Vesper Office of the Luth- eran Church preceded the vows. The choirs of St. Peter's sang the liturgy and led the congregation in the hymn, "O Perfect Love," Barnby. The organist played "Bloch's "Wedding March, No III" for the processional and the 'Trumpet Tune" of ttenry Pur- cell as the recessional. The bride who was given in marriage by her brother, Charles Jerald Derr, wore a gown of white peau de sole and pearl-embroider ed Alencon lace. The bouffant skirt widened into a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion SPIRIT OF 6---A JEFFERSON vAm zas ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1961 Ill II out to make new f Ze ! LET'S GET ACQUAINTED AT -: ::. LIQUID CONCENTRATED SHAMPOO % Especially good for oily hair. Leaves hair soft and lustroud. Brightener addedl Conditioner added! Thickly concentrated! Generous 12-oz. size! Reg. 2.00 EACH NOW LIQUID. CREME 'SHAMPOO Original creme formula- tion with built-in sparkle. Wonderful for normal haiti The whole family will enioy itl 12-oz. NO FED. TAX At your Dorothy Perkins Dealer I P LE 6E/T.' For Your Complete Cosmetic Needs. wa~ arranged on a headdres~ of peau de sole and lace and she car [ried a sheaf houquet of white cal [la lilie,g. Iier only jewelry was an [heirloom pendant which had been [worn by her mother on her wed- I {ling day. Tim bride was attended by Mrs. Lewis Mille]" of Columbia, S. C. who was matron of honor; and by three bridesmaids, Miss Bonnie Derr, Shepherdstown, Miss Eliza- beth Pennington, Gettysburg and Mrs. ])avid Greenland, Bel Air, Md. Attendants were dressed alike in afternoon gowns of pale green peau de sole and organza. All had satin pumps to match their gowns and carried arm bouquets of pale pink shasta daisies. Miss Anne Grissinger, Shepherdstown was the flower girl. She wore a floor length gown of white organza over lace with a sash of pale green peau de sole, and carried a basket of rose petals which she strewed befOre the bride. Mr. Wagnild had as his best man Eugene Meade of Gettys- burg. The ushers were Larry Ran kin, Belle Vernon, Pa.; William Fitzkee, York, Pa.; Frederick Foltz, New tIaven, Conn., and ]Paul Jones, Gettysburg. Ring ]bearer was Robert Grissinger, [ Shepherdstown, I Mrs. Derr wore for her daugh- ter's wedding an afternoon dress of sea green silk organza with matching accessories and a cor- sage of yellow cymbidium or chids. Mrs. Wagnild chose a dress of gold silk shantung with pale green accessories and she wore green cymbidium orchids. After the service, the wedding party received on the church lawn. Later a supper was served to the wedding party and families at the bride's home. Leaving for an extended wed- ding trip West, the bride: wore a beige linen sheath with multicol- or overblouse. With her going away outfit she had beige access pries, gold orchids and a double strand of pearls, the gift of the groom. Mrs. Wagnild was graduated from Shepherdstown High School attended Shepherd College and was a 1960 graduate of Gettys- burg College where she was a Chi Omega. Until recently she was employed as a research chem ist by the National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Md. Mr. Wagnild attended Gettys- burg High Schol and Gettysburg College where he was a member of the class of 1961. He was a member of the college choir, Tau Kappa Epsilon and Phi Beta Kap- pa. He will enter the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in September. The couple will live in Philadel phia, Pa. after September 1. The bridal party and families were entertained at dinner after the rehearsal on Saturday evening atthe home of Mr .and.Mrs. Max Derr Shepherdstown. Charles Town Chapter of the Women of the Moose held their Academy of Friendship Chapter Pr9gram Tuesday, June 13 along with a special program honoring new Collegian Members Phyllis Propps and Charlotte Shifflett who received their caps and gowns at Mooseheart, Aurora, /ll. inois, Sunday June 9. The meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock by Senior Regent, Bes sie Tumblin. Collegian Members were introduced to the Chapter and the meeting was turned "over to College of Regent Members who exemplified the enrollment and carried out the program of the evening. After the Endowment Fund of fering attending officers of the Lodge were introduced to the Chapter and secretary, Lewis G. Smallwood spoke briefly to the co- workers. New officers of the Chapter for the year 1961-62 were named as follows: Senior Regent, Helen Jones; Junior Regent, Mary Basa raba; Chaplain, Audrey McCarty; Recorder, Thelma Sullivan and Treasurer Marie Ringe. The In- stalation of new officers will be held Sunday, July 2 at three o'clock. The chapter adjourned to meet again Tuesday, June 27 at 8 o'- clock for the regular business meeting. A social hour followed the meet ing and refreshments of chicken salad sandwiches, stuffed celery, deviled eggs, pickles, chips and iced tea were served by chairman Phyllis Propps and her commit- tee. Smith.Clark Nuptials Occur In Greencastle Announcement was made this week of the marriage of N. Cath- erine Clark of Hagerstown, Md. daughter of the late John S. and Nellie Christzman Brewer of Ha- gerstown on May 31 to Colonel S. Preston Smith, Jr., son of the late S Preston and Amelia Smith, Sr. of Charles Town. The ceremony was performed in Greencastle, Pa. The couple are now residing at the Colonial Hotel in tIagerstown, Md. They will be at home to their friends at 418 South Samuel St. in Charles Town after July 6. Advertise In The Spirit-Advocate C" 'Chamberlin ortress Monroe, va. P aI 'LI a I [ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Steptoe Iw r K ~ || N A [ ;and daughter Sarah and Tommy --i ~ v n m ~ Steptoe Jr. on a trip to Canada. ~'~1"~,~Oe,~*~P~ Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Knott A1- Mrs. Anna Bond of Ilarpers "get and 2 daughters Jan(e B...and Ferry visited her sister-in-law uusan ot t~ahmmre, Mu. wstteo Mrs. Warren Walker of Ranson on Mrs. Kenna Knott Alger, South last Thursday. Dinner guests Sunday June 18 with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walk- er, Ranson were Mr. and Mrs. Les lie Willingham and son Manassas, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro and daughter Falls Church, Va,, : Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Boyd and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Garland Walker and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker and daughter all of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Walker and 3 children, Mill- ville and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ga- geby and daughter, Engle, W. Va. .Mrs. Charles J. W. Smith enter- ed the Winchester Memorial Hos- pital on Monday as a surgical pa- tient. The Rev. Charles W. Smith has returned to his home in Sims, N C. after visiting hi~ parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. W. Smith on West Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Wysong Jr. of Arlington, Va. and daughter Patricia are visiting Mr. Wysong's parents Mr .and Mrs. G. K. Wy- song at their home on South Sam- uel St. Church Street over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Anderson from Orlando, Florida are visit- ing Mrs. Andersons parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grove of Middle way. Mrs. Clayton Stagner and her three children Libby, Scotty and Susan left last week to spend the summer months with Mr. Stagner in Manistee, Michigan where he is on a temporary assignment at the Standard Limestone Co. plant. Mr. John Kearns of York, Pa. is spending some time with his sister Mrs. Sudie Ring. Dinner guests Sunday, June 18 Fathers Day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Painter and family and Mrs. Robert Turner Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lehman have returned from Jacksonville, Flo~,ida where they attended their grandson's Richard 'E. Lehman, son of Mr .and Mrs. F. M. Lehman graduation on June 10th from Englew0od High School. The grad uation exercises was held in the Jacksonville University Gym: Guests of Col. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. William M. Smith Shutt at their home on South Mil and family of Baltimore, Md. dred Street are Mr. and Mrs. Paul spent the weekend with their par- Sympdon and their four children ents Mr. and Mrs, John A. Smith Paula, Susan, Aimee and Paul III Jefferson Avenue. ' of St. Petersburg, Florida. Miss Jo Dunn and Mr. Charles Miss Elizabeth Wy0ng of South Dyke visited Mr. Ralph Morgan Samuel Street with her niece, ~unday night in Hedgesville, W. Miss Candy Cain of Hagerstown, Va. Md. and nephew Billy Keyser of Mrs. James Morison spent sever East Washington St. are spending ] al days last week with relatives in this week in Nag's Head, N. C. as 1 Washington, D. C. guests of Miss Wy$ong's brother-I A/3c Michael T. ~Jones, son of in-law and sister Dr .and Mrs. Ver I Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh F. Meier of non Corer. I Bake~on arrived home Monday Mr. Albert Rust returned Men. I morning from Lackland Air Force day after visiting friends in Rock jBase in Texas for a fifteen day ingham County, Va. furlough. He will report to Fort Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nicely and son Carter have returned to their home in Worthington, Ohio after spending the weekend with Mrs. Nicely's mother, Mrs. Margot et LeMaster, North George Street. Their 2 younger sons Christopher Lane and Clinton remained with their grandmother LeMaster for a longer visit. The Nicely's left Worthington, Ohio, June 9 and spent part of their time in the Catskill Mountains in New York State. Richard E. Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lehman 'of Jack- sonville. Florida graduated June 10, 1961 in a class of. 283 from Englewood High School. The grad uation exercises was held in Jack sonville University Gym. This fall he will attend the University of Jacksonville. Mr. Robert R. Smith, 3rd left Wednesday for V, P. L Blacks- burg where he will attend sum- mer school. Miss Beverly Custer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Berkeley Custer Jefferson Terrace is spending her weeks vacation with her grand- parents Mr .and Mrs~ Harvie Kid, wiler and aunt Mrs. strother Mot risen Of Bakerton. ". Miss Kenna Fritts visited Mh and Mrs. Roy Dunn and family Sunday near Let0wn. Mrs, Ramsay Peyt~n of Birmirlg ham, Alabama will leave, this week after spending two ~eeks with her sister Mrs. Waller G. Nelson on-Mildred Street. AIS0 visiting Mrs. Nelson are her. daU. ghter Mrs. Selden Lacey arid granddaughter Mary Selden of Blr mingham. Pioneers from the Presbyterian Church attending camp at Mas- sanetta Springs, Va. last week were Jane Gopdell, .David McDon aid and Jimmp Morison. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh F. Moler, Jane L. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ral. eigh W. Moler and family of Bak- erton and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Moler and family of Charles Town enjoyed a picnic Sunday ev ening at the Memorial Park. It was a special occasion for Father's Day. Mr. Thomas W. Young of 530 East Washington Street was taken to the Winchester Memorial Hos. pital Winchester, Va. after having a stroke on Saturday. His condit- ion remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCabe of Church Street accompanied by their daughter Deborah spent the past two weks in Boston, Mass. "Last Sunday Mrs. Berkeley Cus ter and daughter Beverly,. Jeffer- son Terrace, Mrs. Strother Morri- son,. Bakerton and Mr. "and Mrs. Charles Webb of Alexandria. Va. visited Strother Morrison at Hope mont Sanitariam Hopemont, W. Va. He is showing satisfactorily improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shreck visited their aunt Mrs. Fannie Jan ney in the Hagerstown Hospital on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Huyett, Jr. and son and daughter have re- Belvoir, Va. on July 5 for ten weeks of schooling in Engineer- ing. Miss Julie E. Miley of Wash- ington, D. C. spent the weekend with her mother Mrs. C. E. Miley. Visitors on Fathers Day Sunday June 18 with the Slushers and Wilsons for a picnic supper were Mr .and Mrs. Minor Wilson and daughter Daisy, Mr. and Mrs. Vet non "Buddy" Wilson and son Tony, Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Frances Wilson and son Greg al lof Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer, Big Pool, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashwood and daughter Ann Clem and two children, Becky and Gary, Ranson, Mr .and Mrs. Marshall Wilson Jr. of near town, Mr. and Mrs. Eug- ene Jackson and Mr .and Mrs. Ed Bohrer Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. and daughter aGil of LeetoWn and Jerry Wil. son. Miss Laura Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Alien, 6th Avenue had her tonsils removed June 19 at the Charles Town Gen eral Hospital, Ransom She return ed 'home Tuesday. Mrs.'Richard Hart and daildren Vicky and. Carol Ann of The Hill Fai'm are spending this week in Winchester, Va. PxthianSH0iti Pk"k At Jefferson Park Blue Ridge Lodge No. 131 of Charles Town held the.Fourth Py thian District Convention at the Charles Town Memorial Park on June 20, 1961 at 6:30. The picnic was a family affair with 47 per- sons present. Among the 'guests was Mrs. Hil da Judd, a Pythian Sister, who now holds the honor of being Past Grand Chief. After everyone had enjoyed the eats and recreation,Ahe members of the Knights of Pythias held a business meeting presided over by Chancellor Commander, Ed- ward L. Chrisman. Mr. Chrisman a member of Blue Ridge Lodge No. 131, was recommended to suc- ceed himself as District Deputy of the Fourth Pythian District. The regular meeting scheduled for July 4 will be held July 11 in- stead. "Meeting God Halfway" Presbyterians' Sermon The sermon topic at the Charles Town Presbyterian Church for Sunday, June 25, will be "Meeting God Halfway" according to Carlyle A. McDonald, the minister. The worship service which will be at 1!:00 A. M. will he preceeded by Church School at 9:45 A. M. Class es for all ages are provided dur- ing Church School hour. A nur- sery for pre-school children will be provided during the ll:00 o'clock service. The public is cor- dially invited, turned to "Locust Hill" after ..... spending two weks at the Hotel GO TO CIIURCll SUNDAY .... ANTIQUES .... ... GERRARDS'rOwN, W. VA. COUNTRY ANTIQUES, DOLLS, GLASS AND CHINA OPEN JULY 1st, 1961 ...... Wed.- Sat. 9 to 7 P.M. Sunday 2 to 7 P. M. '1 H WHY YOU CAN AND SHOULD H THE SECURITY AND COMFORT OF MAIN LINE BUILDS THE HOME... YOU DO THE FINISHING TOUCHES ! :ili~:{:ii. darien, including trenching and pouring of con- Crete footing for basement or crawl space, We also construct foundation walls. 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