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June 30, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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Following the ceremony a re- lm Mrs. P. Barry Wrenn of Radford, TSPIRIT OP JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE and Miss Mary K. Hope of Arlin,, 2 6 Iception was held in the church 5rown vows *,ton Their dresses were identical/THURSDAY' JLNE " 0, 19 6 * I social room. I : L I Miss Sylvia Keplinger and Miss |R ka, m mAmU to "that of the" honor attendent./ ...... iI P I Beverly Staubs, cousins of the ||| l They carried cascade bouquets of party. Refershments consisting of I entertained the following g . [ bride, were at the guest books r " pink, blue, and white daisies. [ cake, punch and candies wexe [ at a picnic dinner on the lai i :i land Miss Elaine Grey, a class- Robert R Smith, Jr, was best selwed. I Oakdale Farm, last Sunday, i I I mate of the bride in school and i " " .... Mrs D S A-ee of Allanta,' Evelyn Orndorff and sons I) i~i~ili~::~i~::~::~i;::: man tor ms son. " " ' ' g ' ' ' e i I [Miss Becky Orndorff, aunt of the Ushers were R. Barry Wrenn of Georgia is visiting her sisters, [ and Robert, of D,strmt H, 1 I I groom, were at the gift table. And Radford, Jonathan Wilson, Jr., of Mrs. Ray Crabbe, South Seminary / la., Mr. besler o[er, J i [Mrs. Ortense Smoot of Brunswick Winchester, John Tessiatore of lStreet and Mrs. Alfred Marshall| t owers lvli;s, vtrg]n a-_ i IMd., Mrs. Douglas Stewart of Blacksburg, Capt., Wallace Keene and Mrs. ,James Marshall of Jeff-[ Halltown, mrs.. walter h_iv ........ of Laurel, Md, Douglass Hogg of erson Avenue I , , " ,. **_*,..0 i [ [Springfield, Va.; Mrs. ,James Sib- ] MtSS t, altm wrlvnt, Miss ]35 .... 1 [ [ oble of Fairfax, Va.; and Mrs. Ed [ " .... ar Pr" hard , BlanKensnlp, b :dem Va., Yonkers N. Y., Edw' dltc Mrs qalullah ttardesty celebrat I. , . . . a T: P, of Stste s , W. ed her 90th birthday at the Knott[ _ ,-: ...... . i | I wrad Spence, of Alexandria, Va.; [ .... "" r ville Va ...... ouay enKlns cmmren, l t_) ] ivenb the ........ i ..... A recept on was g Y I Nursing Home this weeK. An me ! ............. .". ......... " "* i I all aunts of the groom, served the I ' ana Jana an(t rt ss aroa .,......, ~{.':{:i:~{:{:!:{:{.?: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: * ' " " e ll UUl-ll, III~HUbLU'A , Ya,, 2~11~ i [ I punch. I ~~il brxde s mother m]medmt ly fo -[ ~,uests at the home attended the/ .............. -~ SaT~- ~~!~ owing the ceremony in the Fellow ] party and her daughter-m-law,[ ...... ".,,'" -. Jlre .... [] I I Following the reception theI .%~:;:~:~:~ ........ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .............. o ~aney, mrs ~,vace motor, - .... 1 ' [couple left by automobile for a[ Sh rHall?[k nhse, chu:t hr of the [Mrs. En orYwaKtb sen editthe[ p [honeymoon trip to Ocean City, I /group. r i I IMd" ] bride, wore a pink and white eye-I three tier---- " Mrbirthday cake. The cake [ .....and Mrs Gar... 'V..,, y - i ! I b ] let dress with deep pink acces: -' was iven bY Mrs Charles Kable | btewart ' wvme' SALE: Jeffers h ories and a corsage of pink cymbi-/her daughter-in-law of Westmins-[ Sunday with M !s. Heron r .ripPed' dium orchids. / ter, Md. Refreshments of cake,[ son,.llO South (, eorge St. at iRV i i / eet Jul 7At 3=30 ] The mother of the bride-groom/punch and candy were served.[Celet ra es 90th B rthday ,son, TO M Mrs. Smith, wore a sheath dress[ Mrs. Hardesty received many[ " 30-2-t. of navy silk with a light blue/ cards, flowers and gifts. | ........ I i /ht Home Mrs. Cooper flowered hat and a corsage Gf| Mr and Mrs Richard Dailey Attend Chul'Cll lnlS l i / [ ! i [ [ The Jeffer n County Garden[ i I [ Club will hold it's July meting[ i [ on Thursday, July 7 at 3:30 P. M. [ i [ at the home .of Mrs. George R.| i /Cooper, near Charles ,Town. Co-[ i [ hostesses with Mrs. Cooper will[ 1 i | be Miss Frances Moore and Mrs. [ l ! / Henry Shepherd. [ I i / / Landis-Hough NuptMs I i [Solemnized May 21 In / I i i mdgeland' Suth rlma/ ~i~:~~. ~" ~ ;~i: MRS LYFORD MARSTON MOORE, III CHARLES TOWN ......... ........................ 100 SOUTH GEORGE ST. ~::~:.~? ~:~::::.::::::.::" The marriage of Miss Elizabeth The bridesmaids were Miss' | i MRS. WAYNE DOUGLAS WHITTINGTON ......... Hardesty Brown and Mr. Lyford Theda Wintermoyer of Charles l I ................. , " ' Moore, III was solemmz- Town; M ss Patncm Moore, sister . I YOU ARE MOST CORDIALLY ll Vrr u St Luke s Evangehcal Umted who taught the couple in high ........... I " . .................. ......................... ed at two o'clock on June lSth. in of the groom and Mrs. David L. Mr. and Mrs. Guy .H...Mll!er,/ ........... ,rr, ,r,OTm VT,ME Bretheren Church, Martlnsburg, school, was matron of honor. [ was the scene of a lovely and im- Miss Eva Lea Burkhart of High I theh rchCharles Town Presbyterian Corbin,o n sister of the bride. Their remrnettan r..anUnomemrS.aftert;aWmspenmngr]emmga ] TO t;owr v,oax wo ..... C u . g w s and bouquets were like R OUR pre ive wedding Sunday, June 19 stown, N. J., a cousir of the bride [ The bride is the dauzhter of those of the honor attendant few days at Ocean City, Md.I AND BE SURE AND WATCH FO when Miss Carole Ann Slonaker, was bridesmaid and Miss Lisa I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whittington, a sister of the groom - I Mr. and Mrs: Max Brandon Brown Mr. James Scott,of Camp Iill, . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stewart of i _ _, ......... -- Slonaker, 1511 Lee Place, Martins was junior bridesmaid, tf Charles Town. The bridegroom Pc. served as best man. Ushersx ork, teo zr. rioward[ ILl IILl[t Amt)rose, l~ngle last unaay burg, became the bride of Mr. Tine Marie Kackley and Beth ......... - [ is the son of Mrs. Henry D. were Mr. Donald Drury and Mr. , ....... .. ] 1,,l Ul II 1 Im"rll lllll Wayne Douglas Whittington, spe- Ann Wilson were flower girls, [Burroughs, Jr. of Bethesda, Md. Robert English of Chevy Chase, .. Chltwoou, m)ss l at/ Al rll l l# V cialist fourth class, U. S. Army in wearing empire dresses with A- I and the late Mr. Moore. Md. and Mr. Gordon Camp of ue wright ann Miss t arDara] ...... Arlin'on Va l~lanKensmp returned to balem, a Fathers Day Ceremony. The line skirts, in white organdy with ] ane aoume-rmg ceremony was , ner .... a h,, q,h , ...... Virginia Tu,e day after spending COME IN TODAY AND REGISTER YOUR Nt groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. pink dipping satin band and MRS. GEORGE LANDIS I v ......... ............. J ............... ................. +h ...... t. ,n ,,,;,h M- a,,a Mrs' Harvey Earl Whittington, 51I bow, the dresses accented with Miss Sherry B. Hough, dhughter[ McDonald, pastor, before an altar Beahm, niece of the bride, wore fir vn JF)I,["t I)]OTTl West John street, Martinsburg. tiny pink pear buttons, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hough / decorated with palms, candelabras a floor length dress of yellow ..... ' " I ]PUIg and baskets of white gladioli, pique trimmed with white lace ,, ...... The double ring ceremony was Eric Stewart, Springfield, Va., now residents of Sanford, Florida rooter I Mr ~ ~' rown, tanson, l,~ a performed by the Rev. Howard L. a cousin of the groom, was'ring was married to Mr. ueorge Philip snapdragons and pom-pon mums. and a garland of small yellow .." :, .... ;; pauent in P~ewton U t~aKer rio- . White satin bows marked the mums and Gypsophila Bristol ....... "'. .... Fulk, pastor of the church at 2 bearer, carrying the plain yellow Landis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will. . . pltaI Tne tormer oromer p. m. before an alter decorated gold bands brought from Korea tam Howard Landis of Nashville, family pews. Fairy on her hmr. She carrmd a oz" wrs.;7 helen ............. onnson, t r ch basket of yellow rose petals with palms, lighted candles, and by the bridegroom, on a white Tennessee, Vows were excnang- Mrs. Raymond Frazie ,ureh " George Street, Ranson. alter vases of pink and white satin lace-trimmed heart-shaped ed at Ridgeland, South Carolina organist, played the traditional Master David Beahm, nephew Birthdays that were celebrated snapdragons, pillow with streamers, on May 21, 1966. l wedding music, of the bride was the ring bearer, during the month of May at 'the 8.50 ---- NOW Preceding the ceremony. Miss Charles W. Hutzler, BunkerThe bride is a former resident Given in marriage by her For her daughter's wedding, Knott Nursing Home were, Mr. Darts Albright, church organist, Hill, cousin Of the groom, was of Middleway. She was a 1966 father, the bride wore her sister's the mother of the bride was at-, William Beck, Mrs. Hetty Jones, SPECIALS 10.00 -- NOW played a program of nuptial best man, and ushers were James graduate of Seminole High School wedding gown of ivory satin tired in a two-piece mint green l Mrs. Genieve Jones, Mrs. Maude music and she also accompanied Hutzler, Martinsburg, and Don- She will attend the Orlando Aca- made along princess lines with dress with matching hat and beige Gatrell aI d Mrs. Frances Lewis. O N 12.50 -- NOW Mrs. Howard Fulk who sang ald Sibole, Fairfax, Va., cousins demy of Cosmetology. long sleeves ending in points, accessories. The mother of the Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer "Because;" also "Oh Perfect of the groom, and Douglas W.Mr. Landis is now serving in Alencon lace applique and dell- groom wore a two-piece blue dress and daughter, Beverly, returned 90 Love '; and the Wedding Prayer. Stewart, Springfield, uncle of the the Navy as an Electricians Tech- cate pearl embroidery accented with matching accessories. Each home Saturday from spending PERMANENTS 15. -- NOW The bride,, escorted by her fat- groom. niclan aboard the U. S. S. Inde. the waist and long train. Her wore a cymbidium orchid corsage, their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. her, walked down the aisle on a For her daughter's wedding pendence. He is was a 1964 gradu waistlength veil of silk illusion Following the ceremony a re- Charles Webb and family, Alex- 25.00 NOW white runner, and she wore a Mrs. Slonaker selected a dress ate of Madison High School of was attached to a pill box of ception was held at the Shannon- andria. While visiting the Webb's rdfiitional floor length gown of of mint green sheer voile, with Madison, Tennessee. embroidery.matching satin,she carriedwith laced cascadeand dale Club. Berkeley and Frances celebrated nylon tulle over taffeta embroid- matching full organza flower-top ] Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cain were Mrs. Moore is a graduate of their twenty-fourth wedding ann- AND WE'RE FEATURING THE ALL of white roSeScenter.With a white MajorieCharles WebsterTWn HighjuniorSChOOlcollege.and iversarY.Little Miss Kathy Frye, daugh- Co1 ered scralles studded in pearl, ped veil and white accessories, host Friday night to a bridal orchid in the Helene Curtis ermaster Machine The dress and detachable waist The mother of the groom wore shower honoring Mrs. Sherry train was ]edicately traced with a pure silk shantung jacket dress Hough Landis. The guests were as Mrs. Philip Watson, sister of Mr. Moore is a graduate of ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dillow / alencon lace embellished with sim in light turquoise with matching foRows: Mr .and Mrs. Harlan the bride, was matron of honor. Bethesda-Chevy Chase High West Washington Street, is a pat Which Changes Hours To Minutes While You V dieted pearls, veil and white accessories. Both James, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. She wore a floor length gown of School and attended the Univer- tent in tim Winchester Memorial Mrs. Bettie Jane Dinsmore, wore corsages of white carnations Hough and son Robert, Mr. and yellow linen with embroidered sity of Maryland. He is presently Hospital for tests and X-rays. ALL YOUNG AND EXPERIENCED OPERAff ...... Mrs. James Cain, Mr. and Mrs. skirt, and a short yellow veil of in the United States Navy, station- Mrs. Dick Thompson and small TO HELP YOU AT 'ANY TIME Charles Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. silk illusion attached to a head ed in Arlington, Va. son, 'Jeffrey, from Alexandria, Harry Nicely, Mrs. Jean Liegth, piece of silk flowers. Her bouquet After a wedding trip to Nassau, Virginia have been visiting Dick's tie was a cascade of variegated soft the couple will livein Falls parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mrs. John Ott and daughter Susan yellow chrysanthemums. Church, Va. OPEN 9 TO 5 P. M. How Busy Beau Thompson, South Church Street, this past week before joining her Tuesday Thru Saturday Miss husband in Chicago, 111. Dick has i accepted a managerial position can have coloratura effects in record time, Wed In Berryvifle Chuch with the Aabor Laboratories, Inc. ,Thursdays - 9 A. M. To 9 P. M.. and has been working there the with Washington Beauty %alon's new electronic haircMoring machine. It can do a complete bleaching job in just ten minutes---and save valuable time too, on hairconditioning, neutralizing permanents, tipping and touch-ups All this safely and quietly--without steam, or heat. Don't lose ahother minute! CALL 725-5011 FOR AN APPOINTMENT 3rd AVENUE, RANSON, W. VA. -- TEL. 725.50U U. S. Government Positions In McLean, Virginia POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR: *CLERK.STENoGRAPHERS * CLERK.TYPISTS *CARD PUNCH OPERATORS *CLERKS *MESSENGERS Must be in excellent health and be able to pass a strict security examination. Starting salaries are $4,149 to $5,181. Apply in person to Mrs. Jean Morris, State Employ- ment Office, Martinsburg, on Wednesday, July 6, at 9 A. M. Employed persons may phone for an appointment. Miss Bernice Marie Ashby, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ashby of Boyce, was married at 7:30 p. m. June 10 to H. MacFar- land Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Brown of Blakeley Farm, Charles Town. The double ring ceremony was performed, before a background of white gladioli, candlelabras and greens, by the Rev. M. Claude Cook, pastor in the Duncan Mem- orial Methodist Church in Berry.: ville, Va. Mrs. Thomas Keating organist, played the traditional wedding music. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Donald Ashby, wore a white cotton knit suit with white accessories, and a corsage of white rosebuds. Miss Dorothy Houdershell, mat- ron of honor, wore a pale blue A-line dress with matching access ories, and a corsage of pink car- nations. Bernie Brown of Blakeley Farm Charles Town, brother of the bride groom, served as best man. Immediately following the cere mony a reception was held in the Social Hall of the Church given by the Womens Society of the Church. Mrs. Brown is a graduate of Clarke County High School, and for the past several years has been secretary in the law office of Stuart E. Brown, Berryville. Mr. Brown is also a graduate of Clarke County High School and is a student at Shepherd Col- lege. The couple is now at home at 515 E. Washington street, in Cha- rles Town, following a wedding trip to Nags Head, N. C. ATTEND CIIUi Miss Patricia Ruth Wilkins, daughter of Mrs. Olen Arthur Wilkins of 216 Sheridan Avenue, Winchester, Va., became the bride of Mr. Robert Randolph Smith, III, of Silver Springs Farm, Char- les Town, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr., Saturday afternoon, June 25, in Winchester Va. The double ring ceremony was performed at 4:30 p. m. in the Braddock Street Methodist Chu- rch by the Rev. William A. Lyon pastor, before a background of palms, candelabra and mixed white flowers. Mrs. Gilbert E. Tillotson, ogan. ist, played a score of sacred music. The bride was given in marri- age by her brother, Donald A. Wilkins of Winchester. She wore a full length gown of silk organza. The sculptured neckline and kab- uki sleeves were outlined with Swiss embroidered lace appliques. The front waistline of the high rise Empire bodice was also ac- cented with appliques of Swiss embroidery. The relaxed sheath skirt was complimented with dou- ble step train, enriched with Swiss lace, which flowed gently from a self-fabric bow at the highrise waistline. Her shoulder length hand rolled pouff veil of imported silk illusion fell from a small crown with appliques of Swiss embroidered lace. She car- ried a cascade bouquet of white daises and baby's breath. Miss Susan Ann Wilkins, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor length gown of pistachio linen. The bodice was styled with a sculptured neckline. a cresent waistline, and taperelel- bow length sleevs. The sheath front skirt was complimented with a flared trumpet back skirt, and the back waistline was accent ed with a pistachio satin bow. Her matching headpiece was an open crown fashioned with a small front bow and was worn with a small pouff bird-cage veil. Site carried a cascade bouquet of pink daisies. Bridesmaids were Miss Edith Jane Shoemaker, Mrs. Jonathan Wilson, Jr. both of Winchester, Monday. Tuesday. 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