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8 Cecelia Hallie Burdette Weds Timothy W. Bayles March 31st Asbury United Methodist Church in' Charles Town was the scene Saturday, March 31, of the noontime wedding of Cecelia Hallie Burdette, of Ranson, and Timothy Wayne Bayles, Route 3, Harpers Ferry The Rev. James W. Chambly per- formed the ceremony amidst a profu- sion of spring flowers. : Music included The Lord's Prayer [as the Unity Candle was lit], Truly, We've Only Just Begun, the Wedding Song and the Wedding March. The bride is the daughter of the late Hallie May Milton, Route 2, Harpers Ferry. The bride, given in marriage by Mr. and Mrs. George Duvall, wore a tradi- tional Victorian style ivory gown of organza over taffeta. It featured a high Victorian neckline and fitted bodice covered in Wedgewood lace, with a sheer yoke of tucked organza and a peplum style flounce at the waist. " Satin ribbon accents adorned the front and the long, full lace sleeves with ruffled cuffs. The full skirt, edged in a three-layered ruffle of Wedgewood lace and satin ribbon, flowed into a wide Cathedral train. A matching floral wreath of roses, baby's breath and satin streamers completed the ensemble. Brenda Watson the maid of honor wore a dusty rose gown. The three ~v bridesmaids, Cindy Smallwood, Im- ogene Lambert and April Lambert, also were attired in gowns of dusty rose with combs of flowers in their hair. Junior bridesmaid, Holly Wat- son, wore a pink gown as did flower girl Kimbi Ford. John Bayles served as best man, Richie Ford and Ralady Ford were ushers, Brent Burdette the ring bearer. The groom's mother wore a two- piece beige dress, with spring cor- sage; the groom's grandmother, An- na Longerbeam, was attired in beige and brown. A reception followed at Jackson Perks Post 71, American Legion of Charles Town, with decorations by Pat May, composed of spring flowers, tulips, jonquils, pussywiliow and pot- ted plants; music by Special Edition. At the guest book was Mrs. Anthony Penwell with Dottle and Sue Ford cut- tint the cake and serving at the recep- tion table. The bride is a graduate of Jefferson High School, Class of 1973, and is Manager of High's Dairy store on Jef- ferson Avenue. The groom attended Jefferson Coun- ty Schools and is employed by Halltown Paperboard Company. The couple is residing in Charles Town. 9 2" : The Charles Town Junior Women's Club held their annual awards and in- stallation banquet on June 4th at Chianti's Restaurant, Harpers P. A delicious meal was enjoyed by all who attended. Guests included Mrs. John Lyter, Mrs, Gaius Brown, and Mrs. Leo Ruckman of the Senior Women's Club and Dorrie Hummer, Eastern District Chairman, Junior Department. Following the dinner, awards were presented. The outstanding members awards went to Camelia Garvin and Kathy Jo Blue. Both have been quite active in the club chairing various committees and being officers for the past year. The Mary Via Congeniali- ty Award, which is given to the girl who has done the most to promote friendship within the club, was given SON BORN APRIL 27 TO THE STONEBERGERS Patrick and Belinda S/oneberger of Shannondale, announce the birth of their first child, a son, Patrick "Seth" Stoneberger. "Seth" was born April 27 at 10:12 p.m. in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. He weighed in at 5 pounds and 7 ounces. His paternal grandparents are Eva M. and the late Oscar G. Stoneberger of Harpers Ferry. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Lee of Shannondale and the maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Conkle of Colcord, W. Va. COUNTY WOMAN IN COOK-OFF FINALS A Shepherdstown woman was one of the finalists in the 1984 West Virginia Beef Cook-Off, held June 8 in Morgantown. Quinnith Janssen joined five finalists in the cook-off which was won by MrsJ. Beverly Knapp of Mason County with her recipe of "Easy Pep- per Steak." to Camelia Garvin. Conservation chairman Cynthia Snyder presented the "Beautify Your Home Award" to Ann Gracey. The award to the person who had done the most to conserve energy'around her home (Conserva- tion Award) was given to Ann Eber- sole. Ann Smith presented gold bracelets to Mary Via and Lucy Wilson who have been members of the club for many years. Following the awards, Dorrie Hum- mer, as Eastern District Chairman in- stalled the officers in an impressive candlelight ceremony on the terrace. The officers are as follows: Ann Carver Gracey, president; Kay Spitzer, vice president; Keege Moore, recording secretary; Kathy Jo Blue, corresponding secretary; Camelia Garvin, treasurer; Jill Nan, press and publicity; Sue Heflebower, parliamentarian. The Charles Town Junior Women's Club is open to any woman between the ages of 18 and 40. It is a "communi- ty minded" organization doing numerous projects (painting play equipment at park, equiping the bir- thing room at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, and working with Communi- ty Ministries) within the community. Safe, gentle foam lifts out dfft ! r Durashield Plus i -- soil, stain protection k. with DuPont Teflon" ] with us Tuesday thru Saturday, 5:30 to 9:30 Sunday 5 to 9: Monday Closed SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE --. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1984 Karen Louise Hammann To Marry Captain Bull Miss Anne Bushong Will Become Bride Mr. John Mullarky Mr. and Mrs. Conrad C. Hammann of Shepherdstown, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Louise, to Captain Charles Alan Bull, United States Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bull of Omaha, Nebraska. Miss Hammann is a 1982 graduate of Virginia Tech in civil engineering and has been working for the D.S. Dept. of the Navy in Washington, D.C. Captain Bull is a 1980 graduate of the United State Military Academy at West Point and is currently sta tioned with 92nd Engineer Battalion at Fort Stewart, Georgia. The couple is planning a September 8 wedding. Melissa Gwen Stevens To Wed IAilliam Neal Dr. and Mrs. Millard K. Bushong of "Arcadia," Berryville, Va announce the engagement of their daughter Anne Kessler to Mr. Patrick John Mullarky of Shepherdstown. Mr. Mullarky is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mullarky of Huntington, W.Va. Miss Bushong is the grandaughter of the late Dr. and Mr. B. M. McKoin of Monroe, Louisiana, and attorney and Mrs. Frank L. Bushong of Charles Town. Mr. Mullarky is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Means of Charleston, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Hugh De Wolfe Mullarky of Huntington. Miss Bushong is a graduate of Shepherd College and received her M.S.W. deg.ree from West Virginia University. She is on the staff of the Potomac Center in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Mullarky received a degree in business management from West Virginia University and is a regional salesman for J.S. Latta Co. The wedding will take place in August. Mr. & Mrs. Polak Mark Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Stevens have announced the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Melissa Gwen Stevens, of Harpers Ferry, to William Henry Neal, Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Neal, Sr of Middleway. The wedding is planned for August 25th at the Full Gospel Pentecostal Church of Middleway. Melissa is a junior at Jefferson High School. William, a former Jefferson High School student is presently employed at Dixie Narco. Miss Hockman Given BA 50th Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polak, Sr of Middleway celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary on June 25. They were married in 1934 in Clarksburg, W.Va. by the late Rev. Jay Marion Smith. They are parents of two sons, Frank Polak, Jr of Martinsburg and Richard Polak of Poolesville, Md. Mrs. Polak is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Games and Mr. Polak son of Mr. and Mrs. John Polak. Due to illness of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polak, Sr an an- niversary party has been postponed to a later date. Reception At Hale Home To Celebrate Hale-Wanger Wedding On June 23, 1983, a reception was held onthe lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Hale of Engle to Degree By Mary Baldwin celebrate the recent marriage of Bret and Laura Wanger Hale. Laura is the Mary Kathryn Hockman of Shenan- daughter of Mrs. Laura I. Wanger of doah Junction, W.Va. received her Heatherfield, Sbepherdstown and Dr. bachelor of arts degree from Mary William H. Wanger, Beckly, WV, and Baldwin College, Staunton, Va on the granddaughter of the late Dr. June 3. The 1982 graduates, were Elizabeth McFetridge and Dr. challenged by Dr. Jane Freeman Halyard Wanger. Crosthwaite to look beyond their out- The bride is a 1981 graduate of Jef- ward appearances to their inner ferson High School and will be a junior selves. Dr. Crosthwaite is assistant at Shepherd College this fall. professor of religion at Mount Holyoke Bret is the son of Mr. and Mrs. College in South Hadley, Mass. Donald L. Hale, of Engle, and the Mary Kathryn is the daughter of Mr. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Preston L. and Mrs. Jerry Hockman. Hale, Manchester, Md and Mr, and Mary Baldwin College, a private Mrs. George W. Gageby, Engleo women's liberal arts college in Ttm groom is a 1981 graduate of Jef- Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, was ferson High School and will be a senior recently recognized in a survey of col- at Shepherd College this fall. The cou- lege presidents as one of the top pie are residing with the groom's regional liberal arts colleges, parents at Engle. BAKERY 104 NORTH SAMUEL STREET. CHARLES TOWN ~ ~25-9372 Monday thru I~riday 7:30 A.M. to 3:OO P.M. Saturday 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. NOW SERVING -- Distinctive Bre dut F nmms g Pastries, S ndwiches on F esh Biked Breads and Light Lunch Eatquisite INm rts and Cakes Made To Order Leadership Schools For Area Homemakers Planned For f Jefferson County Extension seated left to right, Homemakers and their advisor Exten- Vickers, Extension sion Agent-Judy Matlick joined Council President; representatives from each of the eight Assistant Area counties in the Keyser Area to plan ding left to area Leadership Schools. Two schools skin Homemakers are being planned for late October. dent, Margaret Swarm One will be held in Morgan County and state Public Relations in Mineral County. member of Judy 5Latlick, Extension Representing Jefferson county were, advisor. June Was Busy Month For Mrs. Robert Stokes President Mrs. S. Robert Stokes, President of Shepherdstown Chapter the West Virginia Division, United the Shenandoah Valley Daughters of the Confederacy, has cheen on June 16th at traveled almost 1900 miles attending House. The meeting was the four Districts in the state, ed by the six chapters in Washington, D.C and Richmond, Va, Mrs. LoIS Turner, The First District, Stonewall ducted a very nice Jackson in Clarksburg, held their tun- L. Waltz, co-chairman. cheon on May 12th at the Sheridan member with a Hotel. Mrs. E.D. Dakan, Jr served as The fourth and final chair-man, by the Albert On June 1st, Mrs. Stokes, accom- District, was held in panied by Mrs. Gordon Gageby, Divi- 23. Mrs. Stokes sion Treasurer, motored to Bluefield, by Mrs. Earl Manuel, St staying at the Holiday Inn. ThePresident of the W. Va. Traveller's District held their lun- motored to St. Albans eheon on June 2nd. Also attending that meeting Saturday at noon luncheon was Mrs. James J. Johns, 1st the Stephens House, Vice President General. Mrs. M.G. and beautiful home Anderson was chairman, Kanawha On June 3rd, at 3:00 p.m a distance. ceremony commemorating the birth- Mrs. day of Jefferson Davis was held. Mrs. ducted the very Stokes laid a wreath, given by the W. Mrs. Stokes, Va. Division, at the Confederate Monu- George Pride, gave a ment at Arlington Cemetery. She was mative talk. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon monument of the Gageby. Riflemen" in they took in the The Massing of the Flags, an annual state of Virginia before | ceremony, was also attended by Mrs. beginning of the War Stokes' husband, Bob, and Mr. and States. The Mrs. Gageby. Mrs. Stokes was asked engraved on this by the president of the Louisiana Divi- ing that of George sion, Mrs. Stockton Jefferson of New 8randfather of this Orleans, to present her State flag. and controversial While in Riehmond, Mr. Stokes and military commander, Mr. Gageby were given a private tour Smith Patton. of the Memorial Building. The group Mrs. Stokes also visited the Confederate Museum Leonard P. Harvey, and the Confederate White House. UDC for 66 years, The District of Columbia Chapter, a Real Daughter, a UDC, held a wreath-laying ceremony years of age. at Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol, in " The West Virginia which Mrs. Stokes also laid a wreath, given by the Stonewall-Rosser Chapter Princeton at the Holiday No. 2417 of Charles Town. 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