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14 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1978 Diana L. Ferre.ll, John A. New Production Carpenter Married On June 3 Opening Friday Mrs. John A. Carpenter Diana L. Ferrell and John A. Carpenter were united in marriage on June 3 at two o'clock in the Grace Baptist Church, Shenandoah Junction with the Rev. Robert Campbell officiating for the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Shirley A. Ferrell and Floyd L. Ferrell of Shenandoah Junction and the groom is the son of Betty B. Carpenter and Ralph R. Carpenter of Shepherdstown. The church was adorned with floral arrangements of daisies gladiolas, and baby's breath with white satin bows marking the family pews. Mr. Greg Broaden presented a musical program and ac- companied himself on the guitar. His presentation con- sisted of The Wedding Song, The Lord's Prayer, Sunshine, and Your Wedding Day, which he arranged and composed. Mrs. Charlotte Padgett, wearing a floor length gown of pink knit, participated in the lighting of the candelabra. The bride and groom participated in the lighting of a unity prayer. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride was lovely in a gown of white lace with an empire waist, trimmed in pearls and satin buttons. Her veil was a long chapel train made of nylon lace. She carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations on a white Bible. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Bessie Mace, made the other bouquets carried by the i bride's attendants excluding the maid of honor who carried one similar to the bride. The bride's something old was a pair of pearl earrings, her something new was her wedding gown. Something borrowed was a sixpence in her shoe and her something blue was her garter. Pam Davidson, friend of the bride, served as her maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Samantha Mace and Joan Ryman, both cousins of the bride. Their gowns were sky blue batiste with matching picture hats. They carried bouquets of daisies. Debbie Hypes, the flower girl, wore a gown of pink chiffon. She carried a basket of artificial rosebuds trimmed with baby's breath. David Ferrell, cousin of the bride, served as the ring bearer. Randy Bageant served as best man for the groom. The ushers were Larry Padgett, cousin of the bride, and Barry Davidson, friend of the couple. The mother of the bride was elegantly attired in a full length gown of coral polyester and lace. To this she added a corsage of red roses and white and blue daisies. The groom's mother wa,, lovely in a street length dress of green polyester. To this she added a corsage of red roses and white and blue daisies. Mrs. Esta Faulders and Mrs. Ida Ferrell, grandmother of the bride, were presented with corsages of blue and pink daisies. Mrs. Bessie Snyder, grandmother of the groom, was also presented with a corsage. A reception followed the ceremony at the Shenandoah Junction Ruritan Club. The room had been beautifully decorated with numerous floral arrangements. The five tiered cake was a gift to the bride by her aunt, Mrs. Bessie Mace. Mrs. Janice Myers served the white wedding cake while Mrs. Betty Padgett and Mrs. Hilda Berry poured the punch. Miss Ann Gorman attended the guest book. Mrs. Joyce Ferretl and Mrs. Charlotte Padgett served at the gift table. Joan Ryman caught the bridal bouquet and the garter was given to the grandfather of the groom. The bride was graduated from Jefferson High School in 1977 and is currently a sophomore at Shepherd College. She is em- ployed at Moffett's Pharmacy. The groom was graduated from Jefferson High School in 1975 and is currently employed at Halltown Paperboard Company. For her wedding trip to Maryland the bride wore a navy blue denim pant suit. The couple are presently residing at Rt. 1, Charles Town. Out-of-town guests attended the wedding from Maryland, Pennsylvania and points in West Virginia. A rehearsal party was given by the bride's parents at their home on the eve of their wed- ding. Hedgesville Resident Promoted By Air Force SHREVEPORT, La. -- The U.S. Air Force has promoted Clayton R. Dockeney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Dockeney, Sr., of Rt, 2, Martinsburg, to the rank of airman first class. Airman Dockeney is serving at Barksdale AFB, La., as a security specia't. The airman is a 1975 graduate of Hedgesville High School. If You Have Electrical Problems CALL US , Inc. SPECMLIZING IN Commercial & Industrial Wiring & Service STOCKING Many Brand Names of: Electrical Devices & Equipment Flourescent& Incadescent Lamps Water Heater Elements & Electric Heaters And Many Popular Types & Sizes of Wire DIAL 725. 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. North George St.- Ranson, W.Va. Opera House CAROLYN STEWART "Butterflies Are Free", the smash Broadway hit to open at the Old Opera House on Friday, July 7 and continue through July 8, and July 14 and 15, is the story of a blind man and his struggle for independence. It sounds like a sober theme but actually the man's wit and humor is what helps him through life. Based on a true life story of a man who, in 1967, was requested to report to his draft board and was unable to con- vince them that he was truly blind and was rated a 1-A by the Board, became quite a news story himself and won the at- tention of our author, Leonard Gershe. This light-hearted comedy begins at 8 p.m. at the Opera House and tickets are $4 and $3 with children being admitted for half price. The similarity between the true-to-life character and our character in the play is that they both want to avoid pity and insist on being treated like normal human beings. Struggling to be a folk singer in the Village in New York, while trying to learn his way around New York on his own, the man meets up with a cute stranger from the apart- ment next door. The neighbor, who is a bubbling young free thinker, as well as a free giver of herself, wants to avoid any deep involvements since the recent bust-up of her six:day marriage. The couple find themselves in a natural and easy affair only to be complicated by the man's over-protective mother, who indicates with hilarious sar- casm, that she does not share that opinion. The play deals with the working out of this conflict with wit and humor and an avoidance of over- sentimentality. The role of the blind man is being portrayed by Paul james. The carefree neighbor will be played by Carolyn Stewart and Rose Marie Coy plays the meddling mother A fourth character, a young rebel of the off-Broadway theatre who has his eye on the girl, will be played by Will Moore. Tickets for this exciting Broadway comedy may be obtained at the office of the Old Opera House, 204 North George StreeL between the hours of 10:30 and 6:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. i Linda J. Collis, Samuel R. Billmyer United In Marriage iii:i Mrs. Samuel R. Billmyer Linda J. Collins and Samuel Robert Billmyer were united in marriage on June t0 at two o'clock in the afternoon at St. James Lutheran Church, Uvilla, with Pastor J. Vincent Guss, Jr., officiating for the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Collins of Uvilla and the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Billmyer, Shepherdston. The altar was adorned with vases of yellow daisies and white snapdragons. Two baskets of these flowers were placed on either side of the altar. White satin bows marked the family pews. Mrs. D. Lee Morgan, organist, presented a musical program prior to the ceremony, including Baroque Suite, Bist de bei Mir and Fantasia. Mrs. Karen Guss, i soloist, sang Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Song of Devotion and A Wedding Prayer. Escorted to the altar by her father, and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a traditional formal length gown of white sata-glo styled with a horseshoe neckline and long bishop sleeves. Venise lace and tiny seed pearls adorned the bodice and sheer sleeves. The princess lines fell into a chapel length train edged with Venise lace. Completing her look, the bride wore an elbow length veil on a Camelot cap. The open work headpiece was delicately trimmed with white Venise lace. Matching lace also completedly edged the veil while a blusher created a soft air of illusion. She carried a cascade of white daisies, yellow sweetheart roses and baby's breath. The bride's something old was the string of pearls she wore, belonging to her mother: her something new was her gown and veil; something borrowed was a pair of earrings belonging to one of her bridesmaids and something blue WOW! "1 heated last winter with a WH heat pump and did I save money" Warehouse prices to builders and contractors You can be sure... if it's Westinghouse TWIN T ENG. Donald T. Phillips was her garter. She wore a lucky penny in her shoe, sent from her aunt, Mrs. Thelma Calopedis of l San Diego, California. She carried a beautiful lace han- dkerchief, a gift from Mrs. Fred Gibbs, York, Pa. Lynda Johnson, Shepherd- stown, served as maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Mary Beth Dulaney, Clarksville, Md., and Nancy Giuffreda, Rockville, Md. Their gowns were of polyester organza, fully-lined in woven acetate ruffled front and back V-neckline with bow trim and capelet sleeves. The skirt was flared with flounce hem and caught at the waistline for a bustle effect. The maid of honor wore yellow and the bridesmaids a soft green. Picture hats were accented with baby's breath They carried bouquets of yellow, green and white daisies with baby's breath. John A. Billmyer, brother of the groom, served as best man. The ushers were Fred Collins, brother of the bride, and Terry Penwell. The acolyte for the ceremony was Craig French. The mother of the bride chose a long blue gown, adding a corsage of white mini-carnations with matching blue ribbon. The groom's mother chose a long peach gown with a corsage of white mini-carnations and matching peach ribbon. A reception followed the ceremony at Cliffside Motor Inn, Harpers Ferry. The three-tiered cake was made by Mrs. Rosalee Talley. It was decorated with yellow roses, and on top was a china bride and groom set used at the wedding reception of the bride's parents. Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Fred Gibbs presided at the guest P.O. Box 341 Charlel Town, W. Va. 25414 Phone 3041725-5163 book and rice packets were distributed by Mrs. Judy Pen- well. Lynda Johnson caught the bridal bouquet and Richard Collins caughtthe garter. For a wedding trip to Virginia Beach, Busch Gardens and Williamsburg, the bride wore a lace-trimmed sundress with a yellow sweetheart corsage from her bridal bouquet. The couple are now residing in Loyd Court Apartments Heatherfield. Out of town guests attended the wedding from Maryland and Pennsylvania. A rehearsal party was given by the groom's parents at their home on the eve of the wedding. The bride was honored at a shower" at her parents' home given by Lynda Johnson prior to the wedding. The bride is employed by Jefferson County School Board. The groom is employed by Shenandoah Oil Company, Martinsburg. Mrs. Grace Moler Is Given Surprise Party On 79th Birthday Mrs. Grace Moler was given a party on her 79th birthday, June 21, by her sister, Mrs. Richard Dailey, at Oakdale Farm. Those attending were Mrs. Edith Psillas, Mrs. Hattie Engle, Mrs. Pauline Hoffman, Judy Jenkins and children Richard and Dana, Miss Barbara Milburn, Mrs. Glendwell Lloyd and children. Glenn, Dcbra, Karen and Bryon. Mrs. Moler received many nice gifts and cards. Kiwanians Attend 63rd Annual Meet Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ott, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Collins of Harpers Ferry, were among more than 15,000 persons attending the 63rd annual Kiwanis International Convention June 25-28, in Miami Beach, Fla. Ott and Charles are members of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club, and Ott is also Lieutenant Governor of the club. Main speakers for the con- vention, held in the Miami Beach Convention Center, were Eastern Airlines president and! former astronaut Frank Bor- man; Dr. Richard D. Jones, past president of the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews; Kiwanis International President Maurice Gladman; Circle K International President Nell Giuliana and Key Club President Michael R. Mills Dr. Joyce Brothers, a noted psychologist, columnist and author addressed the ladies at the convention. Other convention highlights included district affairs, the election of international officers and the adoption of amendments and resolutions. Singer Tony Bennett entertained Kiwanis members and their families. Dawn A. Reiter, Dodson Joined In ONLY II / WEDNESDAY JULY 5th THURSDAY JULY 6th 9:30 AM to 4 PM CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. 'HAIR bySA New Hours-- MON. - WED., 9" THURS.. FRI. 9 - 9 Saturday 9 - 3 Walk.Ins Welcome Sandy Taylor, proP. Rt. 9, N. Ranson, w'V' i One 8" x 10" Color portrait Two 5" x 7" Color portraits Two 3" x 5" Color portraits 16 Wallet size 4 Gift size All apll mdaqum. Ik ih odin per polio00 Ikilactln  w pmr delmdt mhmlN. Twkl Imle imlrMt Imdided b lllCkqle if NtabaMe, M mMt en mdl Kedek papeq. HERE'S WHAT YOU GET . . . ALL FOR ONLY AT LESS THAN 55 c PER PICTUREI Liz, Peggy, Doug and Sandy To Offering you the "BEST" designing PO00TcR00000SI t I '000'0 iN [, HAIR ,, OF YOUR BoDY r00ore Than A It's Feeling W Cut Above The YOUR HAIR MOVE AS THE \\; '% On Saturday, May 20, 1978, Dawn Adair Reiter and Gilbert Lee Dodson were united in marriage at Charles Town Baptist Church at 4:00 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Wyman Hall performed the ceremony, using a version revised by the bride's grand- father, the Rev. Paul E. Reiter deceased in 1970. The bride's gown was of ivor, Lute Song satin with bodice overlay and angel sleeves of Chantilly lace; and a fingertip veil edged with matching lace. She carried long stemmed pink roses with Ivory streamers. The matron of honor was the bride's sister, Debbi O'Bannon. Debbi wore a gown of mint green Lute Song satin with Chantilly lace collar and also carried long stemmed pink roses with green streamers. The groom, the and Nancy wore a gray, was attended by Danny Jackson. The bride was marriage by her Richard and Duane Kabletown Road, The bride's pink gown of water-color The groom's gown of navy and swiss. The bride'S wore a gown of polyester with A reception ceremony at the Kabletown Road. Mr. and Mrs. reside at Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dodson ; ii