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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE "-- THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 197 -: Roxanna Lynn Shir . "iey, Richard Music,00_ . Mrs. Harold Bar[ Tolls SOCIAL-CLUB " If F '. 00rCO0 ont eature A. Berry Exchange Vows May 20 ! . , - # A members with 00aturaayg.00u PH N o E. 2047 Treetop.o00ewi.00w000000toa //J r ilbp   ,, Dixieland beat Saturday, June ]' ____ _  //r- , ,u, ffi   24, when the "Shenandoah -" ..... 725 2046  Summer Saints" come mar- ehing in to Coolfont , Re+Creation. The Dixieland Franconia Wesleyan Church in Alexandria, Va., was the scene on May 20th, 1978, when Miss Roxanna Lynn Shirley and Mr. Richard Allen Berry ex- changed wedding vows. The candlelight ceremony was performed at 7:30 p.m. by the Rev. Thomas WEir. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Shirley of Charles Town, the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Berry of Fairfax, Va. The altar was decorated with two, seven-tiered candelabra, each trimmed with greens and a satin bow.. Two large arrangements of pink and white gladiolas with baby's breath set i the mood for a beautiful spring evening wedding. White satin bows marked the family pews. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father and given in m arriage by her parents, was a picture of loveliness in an ivory, sleeveless, floor length, peasant style gown. Layers of ruffles and lace fell from the empire waist To adorn her gown. she chose a beautiful :picture hat trimmed with lace and a satin ribbon around the brim forming a bow in the back and falling to two streamers. The bride's jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings, given her by her grandmother. Mrs. Agnes Shirley; and a pearl necklace given her by her parents. The bride carried a nosegay of ivory, miniature carnations, dark blue cornflowers, white daisies, light blue stefanotis and baby's breath with ivory streamers. Her something new was her gown; something borrowed, a lucky sixpence: something blue, a garter worn for the groom to throw: something old was a garter that belonged to a friend, Mrs. Gerry Nass, which Mrs. Nass wore in her wedding in 1947. The mat,'on of honor was Mrs. Judy Berry, sister-in-law of the groom; the maid of honor Miss Patricia Shirley, sister of the bride. They both wore Victorian styled gowns of ivory background with a pink and rose floral print The high collar, cuffs and ruffle around the bottom were trimmed with ivory lace They carried natural straw baskets of pink daisies, miniature carnations and baby's "Using An by making arrangements. were an old red oil funnel, a 1 corkscrew, a ladle, seal cake plate. breath. Each wore a matching cascade of flowers in her hair. The junior bridesmaids were the groom's twin nieces, Misses Karn and Marie Berry. They wore gowns styled identically to the honor attendants but in rose, and carried smaller natural straw baskets with matching cascades in their hair. The flower girl was Miss Michelle Berry, niece of the groom. She wore a light pink gown styled identically to the others, and carried a small natural basket of pink rose petals. She, too, wore a mat- ching floral cascade in her hair. The groom, best man and usher wore dark blue tuxedos with white shirts and miniature white carnation boutonnieres with baby's breath. The best man was Mr. Wayne Berry, brother of the groom, while Mr. Charles Jackson, friend of the groom, served as usher. The traditional wedding marches were used and the organist presented a program of favorite songs of the bride and groom before and during the ceremony. A reception was held at the church social hall. Mrs. Anna Tyler. cousin of the groom, cut and served the four tiered wedding cake topped with miniature wedding bells. The groom's mother, with the help of family and friends, catered the reception. Out-of-state guests were from Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York. After a honeymoon to Myrtle Beach," South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Berry are residing in Fairfax, Va. Hospital Auxiliaff To Install Officers Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will meet on Wed- nesday, June 28, at 2 p.m., in the Conference Room at the hospital Officers will be in- stalled at this meetingd. This will be the last meeting for the summer months and all members are urged to attend. Most people devote too much of their time to non-essentials. 1 '-@ hand music will be presented Mrs.Barr Bee Line DAR Members Attendedl Marianne Per00d Annual Meeting Jackson's Mill Photography Exhibit The speaker for the 44th NSDAR meeting at Jackson's Mill, Professor Ruel E. Foster, spoke on "The Past As A Win- dow To The Future". He pointed out the fact that each of us is a capsule of the past. Time is in us and the chemicals of our bodies...only consciousness is new. Past memories and ex- perience make continuity. To break suddenly with the past is to court madness. There are great conversations from the past, Socrates, Aristotle, Barkley, Whitehead, Frost, available to us. To be caught up into the world of thought is to he educated. Stevenson said, "An educated person should be able to spend three hours at a lonely Railroad station without boredom." There are voices of silence from which we learn. Six thousand years of architecture, such as the great cathedrals, and such art as the Plata by Michael Angelo are sources of unique wisdom. Man has an eternal contract with society for no man is an island. Men who do not look back will nht look forward. There is a collective memory of the race. Inheritance from the past is a debt to the future. "An educated mind is a place you would like to go." The past is not passed but fives at present in us who are also the future. Bee Line members who at- tended the meeting at Jackson's Mill were Regent Ann Groves, June member Mary Alice Leman and Public Relations Chairman Leone Hamilton, all received instructions for the year. They were registered at the Lodge for the session. The theme is "New Patterns of Action." All sessions opened with prayer. After the board meeting SERVICES FOR SUMMIT PT. BAPTISTS Services at Summit Point Baptist Church, Richard G. "Jerry" Moore, pastor, include: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Leroy Cheshire, director; Morning Worship, 11 a.m., sermon: "When Life Really Begins", special music by the choir, Mrs. Nora Drish, organist and choir director; nursery worker, Mrs. Blanche Jackson. Monday, R.A.'s and Mission Friends meet. 7 p.m. Wednesday, Joy Notes rehearsal, 6:30 p.m.; Adult choir, 7 p.m.; Youth choir, 8 p.m.; CA.'s, 8 p.m.; prayer and Bible study, led by the pastor, 8 p.m., continuing study in the Gospel of John. Thursday, Bible study, led by Joyce and Tommy Jackson, 7:30 p.m.; WMU Prayer Retreat, Hunting Ridge, Winchester, Va. andy U SE HAIR DESIGNING i Is Proud to Announce DOUG TAYLOR I Is Back Wiyh Some Fabulous Hair Ideas With You in Mind Offering a $PECML Ig% off an all Permanents JUNE 22 thru JULY 1 WALK IN -- No Appointment Necessary ! ! ! Sandy And Her Staff Will Be Pleased To Assist You It's More Than A Look! It's a Feeling ... With A Cut Above the Rest. Don't Miss Out On This Fabulous SPECIAL At H AIR BY SANDY Friday evening, a social hour was enjoyed in the Lodge parlor for all who were present at the 44th meeting of West Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution. Saturday morning, an early Chapel Service was well at- tended before breakfast. At nine o'clock coffee and fruit hour in the amphitheater, a DAR project from past years, was held in beautiful weather. At the Board of Management meeting the decision to rotate the time for District meetings was made. This change was based on the fact that two districts always had Memorial Day holiday and Mothers Day to affect attendance. Eastern District will meet the first weekend in May next year. A state project was discussed and will be voted on during State Conference in October at Har- pers Ferry. packets of Colum- bine seeds from the home of -Anne Jarvis, Founder of ! Mothers Day, were available to members. Hostess for Saturday's lunch was the Col. John Evans Chapter. The program included the Pledge of Allegiance, the American's Cree, the National Anthem participated by all. Invocation by St0te Chaplain and introduction of guests by State Regent Mrs., Homer Martin, included Mrs. William W. McClaugherty, National Honorary Vice President General: Past State Regents Miss-Virginia Johnson, Mrs Carl Galbrith, Miss Lucille Stutler. The speaker Benedum Professor of American Literature, Ruel E. Foster was introduced by Mrs Harold Fatty, Director of the meeting. After reading the minutes and roll call, the session ended with State Chaplain giving the benediction. Grandson Of Jefferson Resident Receives Award Thomas J, Randolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Randolph, Rt. I, Winchester, Va., and grand- son of Mrs. Hollins N. Randolph and the late Mr. H. N. Randolph of Jefferson County, was one of ten James Wood High School students receiving the Anderson scholarship award in graduating ceremonies Wednesday, June 14th. The scholarships, amounting to $100,000, were established in 1972 and named for their donor, the late Charles R. Anderson. Each of the ten students receives $10,000 to be applied at the rate of $2,500 annually to tuition and fees for the study of agriculture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Scout Cub Chairman In Special Training Donald Jones, Shenandoah Area Boy Scout Council's Cub Chairman, has just returned from Camp Kiwanis, Doswell, Va., after a 7-day special training course for Cub Leaders in this area. Thirty "learners"', guided by a staff of 12, went through what Scouters call "Wood + Badge" training, teaching them methods of instructing Cub Pack leaders in their local areas. The course was one of only three given this year in the Southeast Region, and demand for the course is going to require doubling the number of op- portunities next summer. The Shenandoah Area Council is a memher-agency of the United Way in Berkeley and Jefferson counties in West Virginia, and in Warren and Frederick Counties in Virginia. New Hours: Tuesday-Sat. 9 - 5. Thursday& Friday 9 - 9 JUST WALK-IN OPEN , Sandy Taylor, Prop. We honor all Rt. 9, Ranson, W.Vo. Appointments First MONDAYS pHOto: ns. In Shepherdstown MARIANNE PERNOLD An exhibition of photography by Marianne Pernold opens Sunday, June 25. Sponsored by the Jefferson County Arts Council, this is the third in a series of presenting artists to the community. The opening will be at the Yellow Brick Bank Restaurant in Shepherdstown. The public is invited. Ms. Pernold was selected as one of the outstanding artists in Jefferson County and par- ticipated in "The Artists in Our Community", at Woodbury, Leetown. Her black and white portraits include Mayor Don Master, Miss Louise Briscoe, weatherman Laurence Lloyd, and Halltown shopkeeper, John Waters, with more than 30 photographs in all. Ms. Pernold, who lives in Charles Town, reveals the same ability to capture the essence of her neighbors, as she has also done in photographing the Presidents of the United States, Gerald Ford. and Jimmy Carter. Her clients include Bloomingdales, Virginia Slims, Volvo America and Wolftrap Associates. Her work has been published in Time, Newsweek, Washlngtonian, and Women's Work. She is presently working on an article for National Geographic's World. "My specialty is portraits and photojournalism," says Ms. Pernold. "There are still many more people I would like to in- clude in this particular project, and I hope to eventually expand it into a book." The exhibit continues through July 9 and then will join the "Woodbury" exhibition in Charleston, W. Va,, at the Culture Center, before going on exhibit at the United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Rainbow Girls Hold Public Installation Asbury U.M. Church The Charles Town In- ternational Order of Rainbow For Girls he!d a public in- stallation Sunday, May 28, at the Asbury United Methodist Church. The Worthy Advisor's in- stalling officers were: installing officer, Susan Wall; installing marshall, Jo Ellen Toothman; installing chaplain, Fay Lee Wilt; installing recorder, Audry Egle; installing musician, Dorothy Purr. Soloist was Florence Brown who sang "Tell Me What You See." Officers who will serve in- clude: Worthy Advisor, Bridget Smith; Worthy Associate Ad- visor, Patty Ott; Charity, Mary Wright; Hope, Barbara Maphis; Faith, Paula Manzuk; Recorder, Kelly Burke; Treasurer, Missy Fiorvanti; Chaplain, Laura Dunn; Drill Leader, Angle Dailey; Love, Cindi Reese; Religion, Sheri Lancaster; Nature, Stcie Dodson; Im- mortality, Tammy Henri; Fidelity, Tina Miller;Patriotism Dee Dee Dodson; Service; Suzi Reese; Confidential Observer, Valerie Hine; Outer Observer, Cindy Hough; Mother Advisor, Pat Mills; Musician, Laurie Payne; Choir Director, Becki Reese. The assembly had a small but beautiful program for the outgoing Worthy Advisor, Angle Dallas/. She was presented with a plaque outlining her thoughts; and with a Past Worthy Ad- visor's pin. Honored guests for the new Worthy Advisor, Bridget Smith, were her mother, grandmother and aunt. / free of charge by the Coolfont Foundation in Treetop's Audubon Room, beginning at 8:30 p.m. The "Summer Saints" is Coo[font's name for as hot and sassy combo as ever was formed from Shenandoah Con- servatory's faculty, graduates and friends. The pick-up band includes Alan Wright, director of Shenandoah's Jazz Program, on trumpet; Don Black, Professor of clarinet, formerly with the San Antoni o Symphony Verne Collins, Shenandoah's Dean, trombone; John Creger, who graduated at the top of his class from Shenandoah, bass; Don Henderson, with the Army Band for three years, piano, and New Yorker Nell Jacobson, drums. Saturday's free Dixieland program will include such favories as "Bill Bailey", "Sweet Georgia Brown", "Basin Street-Blues" and "When the Saints Go Marchin' In". Especially appropriate for Coo[font Re+Creation's lovely natural surroundings will he their rendition of "Muskrat Ramble". The Coo[font Foundation seeks to harmonize the fine arts and rustic crafts, together with the unspoiled Appalachian en- vironment of Coolfont Re+Creation, to bring the best of American culture to West Virginia. Admission is almost :always at no charge to area residents and Coo[font's guests. The Foundation is supported in part by the Morgan Arts Council, the West Virginia Arts and Humanities Commission, and the generosity of its patrons. Contributions to the Coolfont Foundation, a non-profit cultural and educational organization, are tax-deductible. PERSONALS Mr. Fred Briscoe of Florida has been visiting at Piedmont near town. Mrs. John Ambrose has returned to her home, Paignton, north of town, after spending a week at the Homestead at Hot Springs, Va. Miss Louise Briscoe is now a house guest at the Knott Rest Home on West Congress Street. Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Metro, of Tampa, Fla., have returned to their home in Florida, after visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hough, Boundary Street, in Ranson. While here they visited and attended several dinner parties with their relatives and friends. Sons Confederate Veterans To Meet The Henry Kyd' Douglas Camp, Sons of Confederate for the arrang, The Flower "Winter by Mrs. Norman received a MRS. HAROLD BARR General The regular monthly meeting entitled ' of the Wayside Garden Club was Members held May 23rd at the home of were Mrs. Mrs. William Wheatley with 13 ner, blue; Mrs members present. Mrs. Roscoe Payne called the meeting to Mitchell ButCh, *. order with members repeating 'Francis the W. Va. Garden Club Collect. awarded Minutes of the April meeting went to were read and the treasurer's Baumgardnerl report given. Aquilegia, Louise Boyd, Mrs. Francis White gave a blue; favorable report of the House and Garden Tour, stating that Spirea, blue. attendance was very good, and Burch, Pansy, visitors were impressed with the Mrs. tour. blue; Coral red; Iris, Mrs. Payne expressed ap-Scott, Iris, blue. preciation to all members who White, had helped make the Jefferson Flowering County Council Flower Show a blue, and success. Mrs. Carl Merchant At the close thanked members Mrs. Norman Mumaw and Mrs. Philip hostess. Jimrusti for their table The June arrangements at the flower the home of show. Mumaw. Mrs. Harold Barr entertained, e. Veterans will hold their monthly dinner meeting Tuesday, June 27, at 7 p.m., at St. James Lutheran Church located at Uvilla on the Halltown- Shepherdstown Road. SERVICES FOR MT. ZION AME DUFFIELDS Services for Mt. Zion AME Church, the Rev. Joseph Washington, pastor, include: 9:30 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Morning Worship; 3 p.m., the Tri-Star Gospel Chorus of Buckeystown, Md., will present a special concert. The public is invited to all services. JEFFERSON ROUTE 9 --- RANSON, W.VA. WEEK - END SPECIALS FRIDAY, JUNE 23 Basket of Shrimp .................... Spaghetti w/Meat Balls .............. "i SATURDAY, JUNE 24 Fan Tail Shrimp Dinner ........ ./..., Fresh Maryland Crab Cakes ......... Stuffed Shrimp w/Crab Meat ........ Seafood Platter ...... . ............. ' Delmonico Steak Steamed Crabs (If A PIZZA & CARRY CLOSED ON PHONE: 725- Beautiful Hand-Paint,00.00d Anniversary especially design ed for: 25th SILVER WEDDING ANN 50th GOLDEN WEDDING ANN ANY AND ALL WEDDING ANNI made or finest glassware atd porcelain HARL PHA + *... YOUR DISCOUNT 125 W.Woshington St., - Downtown C FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REA , Wide Selection' IN STOCK NOW WeAl , Special order upon'Request Seott ..