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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1978 Rebecca Allara-John Kirby NuptiaLs Conducted June 24 Mrs. John The wedding of Miss Rebecca Jane Allara, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Earl D. Allara, of Charles Town, and John Ashby Kirby, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L Kirby, of Marshall, Va., was solemnized Saturday afternoon, June 24, at two o'clock in Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Roger Hensbaw. The altar was adorned with arrangements of pink gladiolus and white spider mums. White satin bows marked the family pews. Mrs. Raymond Frazier, organist, presented a program of traditional wedding music with selections from Bach and Mendelssohn. Preceding the ceremony, Mr. Greg Breeden sang and accompanied himself on the guitar. His selections included "For All We Know", Son-" "The Wedding ! , "We've Only Just Begun", and "Sometimes". He also ac- companied Miss Kay Anders while she sang "Evergreen". Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a gown of candlelight satin fashioned with small scrolls down the entire sleeve, and a very full skirt shirred on at the waistline and ending in a large circular train. Her full length veil of imported illusion fell from a Juliet cap of satin with scrolls. The gown and veil were the same ones her mother wore at her wedding in 1950. The bride carried a cascade of pink roses mixed with pittosporum and baby's breath. Miss Anne Coyle, of Shepherdstown, the maid of honor, wore a seaspray polyester knit gown with an empire waistline and spaghetti straps. The bodice was accented by Venice lace and a matching chiffon overlay which tied at the shoulders. She carried a-white fireside basket filled with pink daisies and baby's breath. Serving as bridesmaids were Mrs. Chris Carter of Charles Town; Miss Deborah Corbin of Richwood, W. Va.; Mrs. Adam Link, III, of Shenandoah Junc- tion, and Mrs. Frank Thacker of Staunton, Vs., who were attired in pink gowns stYled identically to that of the maid of honor. They carried white fireside baskets filled with pink and green daisies and baby's breath. Misses Angela and MicheUe Wine of Marshall, Va., flower girls, were dressed in seaspray polyester knit gowns with matching chiffon overlays similar to those of the bridesmaids. They carried small White baskets filled with pink daisies and baby's breath. John L. Kirby served as best man for his son. Ushers were Jerry Carter ofMarshall, Vs.; Billy Miller of Warrenton, Va. Chuch Dorsey of Romney, W. Va., and Doug Allara of Charles Town. The mother of the bride selected a floor length gown of rose polyester knit with a matching chiffon jacket trim- med in venise lace. The mother of the groom chose a floor length govn of blue polyester knit with a matching lace jacket. Each wore a corsage of two white orchids. Mrs. Charles Newworth, great-aunt of the bride and Mrs. Ashby Taylor, grandmother of the groom, wore single orchid corsages. A reception followed the ceremony at the McFarland House in Martinsburg. Miss Terri Smith of Charles Town, presided at the guest book. Punch was served by Mrs. A, Kirby Bobby l.,otts and Mrs. Don Lemon, of Ranson and Mrs. Tom Miller of Martinsburg. Misses Lucy Kratz and Mary Margaret Mickey passed out rice packets tothe guests. Following the reception the couple left on a trip to the Bahamas. The bride is a 1970 graduate of Charles Town High School and a 1974 graduate of Shepherd College. She is employed by the Jefferson County Board of Education. The groom is a 1971 graduate , of Fauquier High School and a 1976 graduate of Shepherd College. He is employed by Warren County Public Schools. Prior to the wedding a miscellaneous shower was given for the bride by Mrs. Charles Costello, Mrs. Nelson Nichols, and Miss Faye Costello. Also given was a kitchen shower by Miss Anne Coyle, Mrs. William Coyle, Mrs, Chris Carter, and Mrs. R0bertButter. A persl shower was given for the bride by Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr. A miscellaneous shower for the bride was also given by Mrs. Bobby Lotts, Mrs. Donald Lemon, and Mrs. Frank Miller. A cocktail-buffet was held honoring the couple by Mr. and Mrs. Turner Rarefy and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Link, Ill. The bridesmaids' luncheon was given for the bride by Mrs. Carl' Merchant and Mrs. Frank Thacker. A rehearsal party was held by the groom's parents following the rehearsal at the Bavarian Inn. Jefferson Girl Is Named Miss Sunshine 1978 A Jefferson County girl, Miss Katherine Margaret Plutzler, was adjudged the winner of the Miss Sunshine Award for the Tri- state area in competition held Saturday, June 24, at Hedgesville High School. Miss Hutzler (shown above) is a 1978 graduate of Jefferson High School where she was named Miss Jefferson High in 1977. She is a member of the Leetown Church of the Brethren, and a full-time waitress at the New Central Restaurant. In a separate award, Miss Hutzler was also named Miss i Photogenic the same evening of! the Miss Sunshine pageant. CORRECTION It was incorrectly reported last week that former Shepherdstown mayor Sam Skinner was appointed to the town's 9-member Planning Commission. The a-year reappointment by the Town Council actually was to Wayne Skinner, of 128 East German Street. Marcie Barr Wedded Art Webb In Pretty May Church Ceremony Mrs. Art Webb Before an altar banked with masses of spring flowers, Marcie Barr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Barr of Charles Town, and Art Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald "Webb, also of Charles Town, were united in marriage on Sunday, May 28, 1978. The ceremony, presided over by the Rev. Mr. Robert Hiller and the Rev. Father Jay Krouse, was solemnized at 4:00 p.m., in the Asbury United Methodist Church, Charles Town. Preceding the exchange of vows, Miss Laura Dorsey presented a program of ap- propriate piano selections, and accompanied Miss Anne Wilson Coyle as she sang "The Wedding Song", composer unknown. She alsoplayed the traditional bridal marches as the wedding party entered and exited the sanc- tuary. Marcie, escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her family, was a picture of traditional charm in an empire gown of crepe jersey yoked in English net and Venise lace which also formed the high Victorian collar and cuffed the long slim sleeves. Flowing into a gently flaring silhouette, her skirt terminated with a scalloped lace hemline border which sloped to join th full back in a graceful train. Com- plementing this perfectly was , her elbow length mantilla of chiffon touched with pearl ac- cents with matching lace border, and she carried a Victorian nosegay of spring flowers and pink roses, backed with an ivory fan, her something old and borrowed. Miss Carol Miller of Shepherdstown, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Misses Susan Webb, sister of the groom; Melissa Brown, niece of the bride; Anne Wilson Coyle and Suellen Sager. They were attired in identical gowns of spring flower printed gowns, styled with off-the-shoulder ruffles and belted with pastel ribbons. Each carried a single pink rose with fern and baby's breath. Attending the groom as best man was Joseph Starkey of i i i Charles Town. The ushers were Keith Webb, brother of the groom; J. B. Barr, brother of the bride; Clayton Anders and Gary i Budd. They, and the groom, i wore pearl gray tuxedoes. The mother of the bride chose a pale blue floor length gown for the occasion, and the groom's mother appeared in a floor length ivory gown. They both were presented with corsages of pink and white baby carnations. Mrs. Jerry White, maternal andmother of the bride, chose a street length gray and rose printed dress, and Mrs. B. H. Barr, the bride's paternal grandmother, wore a long gown of robin's egg blue. They both wore white carnation corsages. Following the ceremony, the guests were invited to the educational building for refresh- ments, and were greeted on the walkway outside the sanctuary by the wedding party. The wedding, cake, baked by Miss Kay Coffman, continued the spring flower decor with pastel flowers cascading over the sides of the layers. Several weeks prior to the wedding, Mrs. Webb was honored by a bridal shower given by her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Paul E. Barr, Jr., and Mrs. J. I Barr. She was also given a shower by Misses Anne Wilson Coyle, Carol Miller and Suellen Sager. Following the rehearsal, a buffet supper wis served the wedding party by the groom's parents at their home on Seminary Street. The bride's PERSONALS I Pam Frye of Charles Town, accompanied by her brother and sister-in-law, returned home on June 28, after a weeks vacation at Daytona Beach, Fla. While in Florida, they visited Walt Disney World and Sea World in Orlando; Busch Gardens in Tampa; the dog races in Daytona and other places of interest. Mrs. Judy Jenkins and children Richard and Dana, Miss Barbara Dailey returned this past week from a visit with Mrs. H. A. McCauley in Burlington, N.C., and Dr. and Mrs. Ralph McCauley in Dan- ville, Va. Other places of interest visited were Duke University, Chapel and Museum in Durham and P. Lorillard Tobacco Co., in Greensboro, North Carolina; Natural Bridge, the Presbyterian Home for Children in Lynchburg and Monticello and Ash Lawn at Charlottesville, Va. Bonnie Beatty, Terry Kerns To Wed On July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Beatty of Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry, are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Miss Bonnie Jean Beatty, above, to Mr. Robert Terry Kerns. Miss Beatty is a 1978 graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed by the Navy Federal Credit Union. Mr. Kerns is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kerns, also of Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry. He is a 1975 graduate of Jefferson High and works for the federal govern- ment. The wedding ceremony will take place on July 15 at 3 p.m. in the Asbury United Methodist Chch in Charles Town. The wedding will be open to all who wish to attend. SAMPLES MANOR CHURCH GOD PICNIC JULY 15 The Samples Manor Church of God at Dargan, Md., will hold its annual picnic Saturday, July 15, beginning at I p.m. Homemade foods and crafts of all kinds will be sold. An evening worship service will feature special music. Everyone is welcome. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. e__: _ - _---5-- _- :_ :: S S: and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Frederick, Md., served supper "Pardon me at Caledonia Farm, home of the bride, after the reception for the wh lie I ogle" wedding, party and out-of-town relatives and guests. Mr. Webb is employed as a recreational therapist at the United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Webb has recently been appointed as an elemen- tary teacher in Jefferson County. After a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple is at home on South George Street, Charles Town. BY LEONARD BERSHE "THE OLD OPERA HOUSE, presents "BUT- TERFLIES ARE FREE," directed by Ferdi Perrone, Fridays, and Saturdays, July 7,8,15, & 15, 8 P.M. Tickets $4 & $3 - Children under 12 - /z price For Tickets, 204 N. George St., 10:30.6:30 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday. Phone 715-4420 for reservations **Air Conditioned" You'll enjoy your vacation more with peace of mind - that your property at home is adequately insured - and your travel risks are equally insured. A free survey of your risks and in- surance policies by the "Moore Insurance and Realty Company - Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency can assure you peace of mind while vacationing. Moore Insurance And Realty Company Washington, Alexander And Cooke Sinco70 Charles Town, W. Va. 110 North George St. - 725-5115 m Paula Jean Roth Wedded Captain James B. Hawkins Mrs. James Miss Paula Jean Roth and Captain James B. Hawkins exchanged wedding vows on April 28th at two o'clock in the afternoon at St. James Catholic Church with Father Cyril Draina officiating at the Holy Nuptial Mass. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William K, Roth, Sr., of Charles Town, and the groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. William W. Hawkins of Dillon, Montana. Spring bouquets of pink glads, white spider mums, blue and white daisies and baby's breath in standing baskets and altar vases adorned the sanctuary. Pews throughout the church were decorated with baby's breath, greens and white ribbon. Pre-ceremony music included several selections from the music of Handel and Bach played by Mrs. Alonzo D. Peters. Miss Ann Wilson Coyle, soloist, sang the Wedding Song and For All We Know. The bride's father sang Shubort's Ava Maria as she laid a rose at the foot of the" statue of the Blessed Mother. During the ceremony the bride's brothers, Dr. William K. Roth, Jr., read the Epistle; Mr. Jeff Roth read a poem to the bride and groom and Mr. Stephen Roth escorted the mothers of the bride and groom for the presentation of the wine and water. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a traditional, formal length gown of white Quiana with Venice lace trim. Her gown was styled with a V-neck, high rise waistline and B. Hawkins a cascade of stepbanotis, white mini carnations., pink sweetheart roses, baby's breath and ivy. The bride's something old was a diamond ring given to her by her grandmother, Mrs. John F. Roth; something new was her dress; something borrowed was a lace handkerchief belonging to her maid of honor and something blue was the traditional garter. Miss Mary Jo Saladini served as the maid of honor. Mrs. Richard Whitman, Miss Lois Simmons and Miss Rosemary Schaub, cousin of the bride, served as bridesmaids. They were attiredin light green floral print peasant styled gowns. The gowns were complimented by long ribbon sashes accenting the colors of the floral print. All of the attendants carried nosegays of pink sweetheart roses, pink mini carnations, white daisies and baby's breath. They wore baby's breath in their hair. Serving as best man was Captain Donald Pung, of Min- newaukan, North Dakota. The ushers were Dr. William K. Roth, Jr., Mr. Jeff Roth and Mr. Stephen J: Roth, all brothers of the bride. For her daughters wedding Mrs. Roth chose a coral two- piece dress of Quiana and chiffon. Mrs. Hawkins, the mother of the groom, selected a ruffled blouse an(I ensemble. A reception mediately ceremony at the House in Robert Butler, Coyle and Mrs. greeted guests bride, attended by Miss Jo the garter Chris Smith boy for the Nu Leaving by cling by plane for a to southern wore a beige ascotted floral blazer. The bride is a Shepherd College received her technology. graduated from University where degree in now serving as Service at the hospital in Pre-nuptial shower given by Butler, Peggy Alderson, Link, Mrs. Alonzo I) Dr. Mildred rehearsal dinner parents of the Mrs. Hawkins at Inn and a by Col. and Mrs. Captain and Mrs. Hawkins will reside Germany for two Allen-DuffY Bridge Club Last bridge game at Town Civic for the Contract Bridge championship. winners were John Duffy. were, Judy Moler, first; Bruce Schroth, for third, Downing and Frey Poston. First, Allen-John DuffY; Jennie Corbin, and Dec finished third. The game will be at after which a skipped and' resumed on July is the ACBL need of a partner 8320. NANCY'S YOUNG FASHIONS 130 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W.Va. long sleeves. Venice lace and seed pearls accented the 2 5' neckline, high-rise bodice and a s:ti:'wli:::itlhuhet:atHethrechaislstl, off 011 Complimenting her look, the bride wore a Camelot style headpiece that was completely trimmed with Venice lace and seed pearls. The floor length veiling was encircled with matching lace creating an exquisite silhouette. She carried ALL SUMMER MERCH THURS.- FRI.- 40.00 DISCOUNT ON FILM DEVELOPING. We Can Save You Money Give You Fast Service Bring In Your Fi For Quzck Develop Seott andW CHARLES T PHA Also come in and see our wide . Of Kites In All Colors and Siz00 ..... YOUR DISCOUNT PHAB # , 125 W.Washlngton St.,- Downtown Charles To FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF I