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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1978 Miss Pamela Hooper, Mr. Carroll I Married In Zion Episcopal Churchi Mr. & Mrs. Harry On Sunday, June 4 at 2 p.m., Pamela Westball Hooper and .. Mr. Harry Richard Carroll were united by the sacrament of Holy Matrimony in Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gordon Hooper, Jr., of Charles Town and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William Carroll, St., of Ranson. The Rev. Roger Henshaw .performed the double ring ceremony before an altar of white candles and a twin arrangement of white spider mums and daisy pompons. Mrs. Ray Doyle, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Lee Morgan at the organ, sang: "Eternal Life" by Dungan; "Because" by D'Hardelot and "Calm as the Night" by Bohm. Mrs. Morgan played the traditional wedding march from Wagner's "Lohengrin". Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by both parents, the bride wore her mother's wedding gown, an ivory waltz length dress of imported Chantilly lace over satin designed with a stand-up collar, long sleeves and fitted bodice with a pointed yoke of lace in front and back. Her flared skirt was scalloped around the bottom. Completing her look was a wide brimmed picture hat, trimmed with ivory chiffon and dainty lace motifs scattered throughout the crown. Ivory silk illusion draped the hat and the back of the gown, flowing over the bride's waist long hair. She carried a cascade d white roses, stephanotis and baby,s breath. Her something old was the wedding gown. Something new was the wedding hat and something borrowed was the string of pearls given to her mother by her father on their wedding day. Something blue was the traditional garter. Serving as the bride's at- tendants were Mrs. Russell M. Williams, matron of honor; Miss Stephanie Salsano and Miss Richard Carroll Nancy Dunn as bridesmaids. They were attired in a soft shade of maise silesta knit. The blouson bodice featured split sleeves with a scoop neckline. The waltz length fitted A-line skirts were belted at the natural waistline and accented with a matching flower. Com- pliinenting their outfits were matching wide brimmed picture hats that were trimmed in maise silesta knit bands. Each carried a single yellow rose surrounded by baby's breath and ribbons. The groom was attired in a dusty silk rose Saville tuxedo by After Six Formals. The mat- ching satin lapels,, vest and tie coordinated perfectly with the fitted flared trousers. Mr. Richard Lee was best man and ushers were Mr. George Carroll, Mr. Jack Hooper, Mr. Steve Hooper and Mr Richard Childs, wearing tuxedos iden- tical to that of the groom. Each bad a stephanotis boutonniere. The mother of the bride wore a street length three piece polyester and chiffon print of rose and beige. The groom's mother chose a pastel pink polyester dress. Both mothers wore pink cymbidium orchid corsages. The bride's father was attired in a dusty rose tuxedo n-retching the other men in the wedding party. A reception to celebrate the wedding was held at McFarland House in Martinsburg. Mrs. Jerry Salsano and Mrs. Charles Marcus, friends of the bride's parents, greeted guests at he door. Miss Brenda Staubs presided at the guest book and Misses Kristy and Julle Harbort. poured punch. The three-tiered wedding cake was topped by the bride and groomdecoration used on the bride's parents cake 26 years ago. Friends visited together inside and also on the patio. The bride is a gi'aduate of Jefferson High School and at- tended Shepherd College. She is employed as a bookkeeper for A. G. Hooper, Jr., Inc., and also SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONAL PHONE: 2047 or ..... J 725-2046 works at the Charles Town Turl Club. The groom was graduated from Charles Town High School and is a blacksmith in the Tri- State area For a wedding trip to Williamsburg, the bride wore a two piece ivory Quiana dress and rose corsage. The couple is residing at 615 S. Samuel Street, Charles Town. On May 24, Mrs. Charles Marcus and Mrs. Jerry Salsano hostessed a shower-brunch for the bride. On June 3, a bridesmaid's luncheon was given by Mrs. Russell M. Williams, Mrs. Ray Doyle and Mrs. Donald Eyster and that same evening a rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents at the Towne House. Out-of-town wedding guests came from Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Hamp- shire. Miss Patdcia Smith Mr. William Benton Married In Ranson Mrs. Olen A. Wilkins, of Winchester, Va., announces the marriage of her daughter, Patricia Wilkins Smith to Mr. William Frank Benton of Greensburg, Pa., on Saturday, May 27th. The Rev. Richard Neal and the Rev. William V. Brook of Grace Episcopal Church, Berryville, Va., performed the ceremony at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson . Mrs. Benton is also the daughter of the late Olen Arthur Wilkins of Washington, D.C., and Edinburg, Va. Mr. Benton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benton iof Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Benton will make their home at 11 Not- tingham Dr." Greensburg, Pa: Women Of Moose Install Officm The installation ceremony for the Women of the Moose was held June 17, at the Charles Town Moose Club. The new chairmen are: Publicity, Carroll Taylor; Library, Catherine Crum; Mooseheart, Crystal Robinson; Social Service, Betty Fuller; Child Care, Esther Oden; Hospital, Patricia Marken; Moosebaven, Debbie Snyder; Membership, Crystal Cato; Academy of Friendship, Ruby Cain; College of Regents, Jean Costell6; Star Recorder ! chairman, Elizabeth Pope, and l Ritual Director, Marie Morison. Lucky Russell presented her retiring officers bracelets with a charm with their names in- scribed. Remember all your Friends and Relatives . on their Wedding Anniversary 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 Ben-ben Dishes Big,big .selection of 25th & 50th Anmversary Gifts, too. Scott ..dWhite CHARL TOWN PHARMACY """ YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W.Woehington St., - Downtown Charles Town FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE Miss Pamela Luft, Mr. Perone Married In Morgaf:s Grove Park The marriage of Pamela Jean " , i 1976. She is employed Luft and Herbert C. Perrone, with the Berkeley County school Jr., took place on Saturday, June system as a teacher of deaf 17, in Morgan s Grove Park, children at South Middle School, Shepherdstown. Martinsburg, W. Va. The bride is the daughter of Mr. P, errone received his Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Gutteridge bachelor s degree in political of Seattle, Wash. The science from the University of bridegroom is the sen'of Herbert Maryland in 1973. He is em- C. Perrone, Sr., of Silver Spring. ployed with T-he Herald-Mail Mrs. Perronc received her Co., Hagerstown, as a news master's degree in deaf -reporter#The Morning Herald. education from Western ;the couple is residing in Maryland College, West-Shepherdstown. PERSONALS Mrs John S. Alfriend has returned to her home on South Samuel Street after visiting her sister, Miss Gertrude Harrison in Weston, W. Va. Mrs. H. J. Cain, Jr., and Miss Elizabeth Wysong have returned home after visiting their brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Cofer at their beach home in North Carolina, and their aunt, Mrs. J. B. K. DeLoach in Spartansburg, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli, Millville, celebrated their 62rid wedding anniversary, June 5, 1978. Mrs. Moss Ranalli is the former Essie Longerbeam. Miss Margaret D. Alfriend has returned to Clarksburg after visiting Mrs. John S. Alfriend, South Samuel Street. While here they attended the wedding of the latter's granddaughter, Miss Emily DuPuy Alfriend, daughter of the Rev. John S. Alfriend, in Yorktown, Va. Mr. and Mrs Charles Hill and grandchildren, Ricky and Melissa, have returned home from a visit with their son James and family in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Their grandchildren, James Michael and Jennifer, returned home with them to spend three weeks. Mrs. Mathew W. Harrison returned to her home on South Samuel Street after visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Gertrude Harrison, Weston, W. Va. Leetown Club given by Mrs. Janet Whitmore; the health and safety report by Mrs. Margaret ttarris. It was noted that all the homemakers clubs in the county will have a table at the county fair exhibiting articles on conserving energy. The president named Mrs. Betty Smith, Mrs. Thelma Newton.and Miss Mary Magaha to this committee. A note was read from Betty Smith, who has been on the sick list; it was announced there will be a bake sale at the county fair; and that the annual 4-H bar- hecue will be held at Camp Frame September 16. Mrs. Helen Collis gave a most interesting, informative lesson on "Discipline, With Love". She stressed that love is un- conditional; that you love people for what they are, not what they do. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Cavalier: The lesson will be on Iceland. Linda Light To Become Bride Of J. Michael Dunn St. Officially An Historic Bartholomew's Planning For Future Events The Leetown Extension Homemakers Club met Wed- nesday, June 21, at the home of Mrs. Tom Lennon with sixteen members and two visitors present. The President, Mrs. Orpha Quinn, opened the meeting with the salute to the flag. Mrs. Josephine Bratina led the devotions, with fhe scripture taken from Psalms 8:1-9; and the meditation "Take Time"; closing .with prayer for the recovery of the sick and the recitation of the Lord's Prayer. The minutes of the last meeting were read: the treasurer's report was rendered. Mrs. Janet Whitmore turned in $40.00 for the quilt she sold; and Mrs. Beth Cavalier reported $5.0 for the sale of some ceramics. Mrs. Mildred Lennon read two poems written by her mother some years ago; Mrs. Bratina cultural arts chairman, gave a report on her visit to the new National Arts Gallery; and Mrs. Leona Hamilton delivered the financial report on the Heritage Market at the arts and crafts festival. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Light, Sr., of Summit Point, announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Jean, to James Michael Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Janes Dunn, also of Summit Point. Miss Light is a 1977 graduate of Jefferson High School, and is currently employed by the Winchester Memorial Hospital, Department of Pathology. Mr. Dunn is a 1973 graduate of Jefferson High and is employed by Doubleday and Company, Berryville,. Va. No date has been set for the wedding. Denton-Day Plans To Wed Are Announced Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Denton of Harpers Ferry, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Carol Denton, to Mark Wesley Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Day of Ranson. Mary is currently enrolled as a senior at Shepherd College and Mark is employed at the A&P During evening vesper service at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Leetown Sunday, June 25, Dr. John A. Washington presented to the Bishop Robert Poland Atkinson a bronze plaque, designating the historic building. As President of the Jefferson County Historical Society, Dr. presented the plaque in behalf of the society. In the photo above, Bishop Atkinson is shown presenting the plaque 1 John Ambrose of Paignton, a member of the committee of the Washington is to the left of the Bishop. Others in the photograph are: Bratina, Mrs. Sidney Niblack, daughter of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Strider, third Bishop of West Virginia; Mr. Ily Bratina and Mr. Licklider, all members of the church. The Rev. William Kieldsing, rector of Trinity Episcopal Shepherdstown, is at the far right. St. Bartholomew's is under his The child is Sascha Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Baltimore. The next service at St. Bartholomew's will be Sunday, July 9, at 4 services twice monthly during the summer. Everyone is invited to Dwight B. Bowers Is Graduated From Hiram (Ohio) College Dwight B. Bowers, son of Mrs. Auston H. Bowers, 204 Euclid Avenue, Charles Town, received a Bachelor of-Arts degree from Hiram College in its 128th commencement ceremony on June 4, at Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio. He graduated with a major in English, Magna Cum Laude. Dwight was awarded Departmental Honors in English as a result of a special research project on the works of Jane Austen, as well as receiving the Distinguished Kenyon Memorial Award from the English Department. Shortly before graduation, he was notified of his induction into the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa Society for excellence in liberal arts education at the undergraduate level. Dwight has accepted a teaching assistanship at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, for the coming school year, wherc he will continue work on his Masr's Degree. Attcndqng the Commencement exercises in early June were Mrs. Austin Bowers, Miss Patricia Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. David Bowers and son, Old Opera House Opening Season This Week-end A hilarious comedy about the taming of a carefree bohemian who sniffed at making a living on the world's terms, will be the first attraction of the '78 sum- mer season at the Old Opera House in Charles Town. This is "A Thousand Clowns", a major Broadway hit for over a .year, which will be presented at the Old Opera House this Friday and Saturday by the Actor's Com- pany of Shepherdstown, under the direction of Dion Anderson. Skip Gardei will be starred in the role originated in New York by Jason Robards, Jr., the role of a television writer who has thrown up his well paying job because of his conviction that life should be enjoyed and not just endured. He has resigned as a writer of a television program for children called Chuckles the Chipmunk merely because he found it revolting -- a reason that others find inadequate as an excuse of his remaining unemployed. In addition to Skip Gardei and Susan Tucker, the cast consists Christopher, Mrs. Thomas of Bruce Partin as the well- Garrison, Mrs. William Hoakof meanin but obtuse welfare Halltown and Dr M L Cord- work -- e,.  ,.^ ner, o e mrmx, va. rebellious gag-man's practical- President Elmer Jaow who minded brother, Susie Matthews , i . | . on (yes a gwl) as the wine presided over the eerem y, " said, In keeping with Hiram's beyond- his- years nephew and tradition we have oraduated a Michael Bannon as the one and ' only, the original Chuckles the .well-rounded, mature, and *ell- I . e t Chipmunk whose phomness has educated group of stud n s.[ driven the hero into retirement They will succeed and achmve m I ^,, _ ..... ,..  ....... I Tickets for this hilarious off- /111 JilgD UI 1,1111 lIVe. I a N eastern Ohm beat comedy are $4 00 and $2 00 LOc ted in  orth ' ,I. . Hiram College is a four-year I-- children under 12 are half institution which emphasizes its price -- and are available at the Old Opera House. The per- long-lasting commitment to the liberal arts. It's not "un-Ameri- can" to disagree with others, regardless of what positions they occupy. formance begins promptly at 8 p.m. Tickets and information are available each Tuesday through Saturday at the Old Opera House. Walter Completes Northern Walter E. mer resident now residing in was graduated Virginia Friday, June 23. Carper, Fairfak fire fighter, associate in fire science management; vestigation., A son of Mr. Carper, Sr., Charles graduated from Town High attended brief period years in the tours of duty Vietnam, drews Air Butch, as he known, Road, Sterling, wife, and their Mathew. Michael Blur Treasur SS tax "We do that thet'e need in dent's proposals done this year,. / The citizenship and in- Store in Charles Town. No date ternational relations report was has been set for the wedding. 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