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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 8 THURSDAY, JULY 13,1978 h00a--dy W " pt" Mrs.Fr Vickersher daughter'S ora edded Vzkers-Nibert Nu lalsSaid SOCIAL CLUB 25 At Asbulry U floral polyester knit . overlay in V 0 PERSONAL . . TO Alex J Na n June 10 9ne M Church carnation corsage. mother of the ?   / ,aquagreenp PHONE: 2047 [with a corsage [ nations. _ L .... , n ....... ' ..... 725 2046 , cousins, [presided at the S.a00o00 I Pryor, cousin d Order Farm Slat and Mrs. Robert R. Skinner, Mary Elizabeth Skinner, all of ]distributed Leslie and Ian Skinner. Arlington, Va. Miss Deborah Deanna Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Hardy, St., of Harpers Ferry, became the bride of Mr. Alex James Nagy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Nagy, Sr., of Harpers Ferry, on June 10 in "'Saint Peters Roman Catholic Church. The Rev. Lambert Stack of- ficiated at the double ring nuptial mass ceremony, assisted by Dr. Robert Myers and altar boy Darrin Hardy, brother of the bride The white marble altar was adorned with baskets of white gladolias and yellow snap- dragons, lemon leaves and baby's breath. The pews were marked with white satin bows with blue, pink and yellow daisies. Mrs. Bruce Moler, organist, played the traditional Wedding March for the processional. Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, Miss Hardy appeared in a traditional formal length gown of flowing white chiffon, which featured a high neckline and sheer sleeves. Venetian lace adorned the bodice and hemline  the-chapel length train.:.The bride's headpiece as a'mat- ching lace and pearl camelot holding a wide full fingertip length veil trimmed with Venetian lace. She completed her gown by carrying a small white Bible and a nosegay of white sweetheart roses, white daisies with baby's breath and an off-white orchid in the center worn as her going-away corsage. Following tradition, the bride's something old was a ring, given to her on her 16th birthday by her mother: her something new was her gown; something borrowed was a lucky penny she wore in her shoe, and something blue was her garter. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Valerie McKay, of 'Monkton, Md., close friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Danielle Hardy, sister of the bride: Miss Lori Longerbeam, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Linda Wilt, friend of the bride: Cousin of the bride, Miss Stacy Huth served as flower girl. The matron of honor-wore a floor length, floral-printed pastel pink gown of sheer polyester and cotton voile carrying a nosegay of blue daisies and baby's broth with blue, pink and yellow flowing streamers. To complete her gown, she wore a matching pastel pink picture bat. The bridesmaids wore floor length, floral.printed pastel bltm gowns of sheer voile of polyester and cotton carrying nosegays of pink daisies and baby's breath with blue, pink and yellow flowing streamers. Completing their gowns, the attendants all wore matching pastel blue picture hats. The flower girl wore a long, pastel yellow gown of polyester silganza, flocked with white tulips and ruffles at the hemline, with a headpiece of blue, pink and yellow daisies and baby's breath in her hair. She carried a white wicker basket of yellow rose petals which she dropped in the path, of the bride. Michael Poe, fi'iend of the groom, served as best man and ushers were Donald A. Hardy, No. 128 Installs 0fficem June 29 Charles Town Chapter No. 128, Order of the Eastern Star, conducted beautiful ,installation ceremonies for new offi,ers on Saturday, June 29. Installed were: Worthy Matron, Gall Sherman; Worthy Patron, Richard Adams ; Associate Matron, Jo Ellen Toothman; Associate Patron James Andrews; Secretary, Mary Magaha; Treasurer Genevieve Fellers; Con- ductress, Mary Jenkins: Associate Conductress, Maxine Andrews; Chaplain, Eileen Hovermale; Marshall, Edith Dodson; Organist, Dorothy Furr; Adah, Patricia Mills Ruth, Alice Ann Clendening; Esther, Sandra Dailey; Martha, Elaine Friend; Electa, Nancy Hough; Warder, Doris Costello and Sentinel, Delores Nicodemus. Installing officers were: Mary Jr., brother of the bride; Charles Adams, Lola Kimble, mother of Pinson, friendof the groom, and the Worthy Matron; Gall Shannon Longerbeam, cousin of Sherman, Louise Stotler the bride. Nephew of the groom, Eleanor. Ann Shirley, Emma Benjamin Nagy, served as ring Watson, Louise Long and Elsie bearer. Shriver. The mother of the bride Special music was provided by selected a Victorian-style formal Elliott Button, of Winchester,. length gown of pink polyester Va. Refreshments were served knit with a self-cape enlayed from a beautifully appointed with lace. She wore a corsage of table by the hostesses, Mary pink sweetheart roses and Frhnces lngram and Esther Via. baby's breath. The groom's Guests were present for the mother chose a formal length installation from Moorefield, turquoise gown of chiffon over Petersburg, Berkeley Springs, silk with an overlay of chiffon. Martinsburg and Charles Town She wore a corsage of white in West Virginia; Brunswick and sweetheart roses tipped in blue Frederick. Maryland: and from with baby's breath. . Strasburg and Winchester, Va. The grandmother of the groom I wore a csage of white car- PERSONALS nation. :. At the ose of the the bride and groom presented their mothers with a single long- stemmed white rose. Immediate following the ceremony, a reception was held at Friendship Fire Hall in Harpers Ferry. Centerpieces on the tables were ceramic bud vases made by the bride, her sister and the groom's mother, filled with blue. pink and yellow daisies and greenery. A buffet style luncheon was served by the Ladies Auxiliary and music was provided by the Reyes Bros. Band of Baltimore, Md. Guests were reg!stered by Mrs. Martha Dinagglo, friend of the bride with guests attending from West Virginia. Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and South Carolina. The bridal bouquet was caught by Miss Mitzi Gaynor, friend df the bride and the garter "was caught by Mr. Steve Dicky, friend of the groom. The couple departed the reception for a three-day stay at Penn Hills, in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania The new Mrs. Nagy 'is a graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed at the Army Corps of Engineers in Berryville, Ya. Mr. Nagy is also a graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed by the Chessie System Railroad in Brunswick, Md. " Prior to the nuptials, the groom's mother was hostess to a rehearsal dinner at her home; and Miss Tammy Rutherford and the bridesmaids hosted a bridal shower at the home of the bride on May 28. Agnes Longerbeam, Mr. Turner Exchanged Vows In Berryville Agnes Cornelia Longerbeam " of 204 Moore Drive, Brryville, and Mr. Raymond Frederick Turner. Jr., of. 172 E King Street, Lancaster, Pa., ex- changed wedding vows Satur- day, July I, at 4 p.m. in' the Berryville Baptist Church. The Rev. Daryl E. Maxwell per. formed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Hunter R. Longerbeam, St., of 209 E. Main Street, Berryville, and the late Mr. Longerbeam. The groom is the son of Mrs. Raymond F. Tu[ner of 11 Center Street, Charles Town, and the Iate Mr. Turner. Allen E. Cochran of BerryvtUe, was the soloist. Miss Cindy Renner of Berryville was organist. The bride wore a Victorian styled gown of ivory voile with tiny blue rosebut print. A standup collar fallinginto a deep "V" was outlined in ivory Chevy lace. Her full bishop sleeves featured deep lace cuffs. The gown's A-linq skirt fell with a flared hemline. She wore a matching-ivory picture styled hat and accessories and an orchid corsage. Matron of honor was Mrs. Eugene Singhas of Rt. 2,, Berryville, sister of the bride. Carl M. Shissler, Jr., of Frances Street, Lancaster, Pa., was best man. A reception was held in Berryville Baptist Church social hall after the ceremony hosted by the bride's family for family and friends. Mrs. Turner is a graduate of Clarke County High School and is employed as a secretary at Doubleday and Company, Inc. Mr. Turner attended Charles Town ,High School and graduated from the Willow Mr. Forrest Wysong is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Jane Moore Ambrose has returned to her home in Salem. Va., after visiting her mother, Mrs. John F Ambrose at her home "Paignton". Mrs. Charles Sechrist is a patient in the local hospital. Mrs. C. Win. Moore has returned to her home on S. Mildred Street after visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Moore in Yakimaw, Wash. Mrs. William Leake has returned to her home in Ranson after being a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Judy Jenkins and children, Richard and Dana, Miss Barbara Milburn and Mrs. Richard Dailey, returned this past week from a visit with Mrs. H. A. McCauley, Burlington, N.C., and Dr. and Mrs. Ralph McCauley in Danville. Va. Other places of interest visited were Duke University Chapel and Museum in Durham and P. Loriltard Tobacco Co., in Greensboro, North Carolina Natural Bridge, Presbyterian Home for Children in Lyn- chburg, Monticello and Ash Lawn at Charlottesville, Va. Skinners In first Family Reunm At Bardane On June 3 On June 3, a Skinner Family Reunion was held at the Com- munity Center at Bardane. This was the first reunion held since the early 20's. Those families present were the descendants of James H. Skinner and Rebecca Ellen Cochran Skinner, of Fauquier County, "Ca. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wysong, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wysong, Jr., and daughter Karen Beth; Mr. and Mrs. Locke Wysong, Cesarina and Locke, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ron Saunier, Ronnie and Corey, of Mar- tinsburg; Mrs. Bernie Harris and daughter Peggy, Fredericksburg, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wysong, Jim and Nicole. Mrs. John C. Skinner, St., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dyer, and Margaret Leps, of Columbia Md.; Mrs. Don R. Gough, Leslie and Jennie Gough, of Terre Haute, Ind.; Mrs. Win. Miller Kenosha, Wisc.; Mr. and Mrs. John C. Skinner, Jr., Stephen, Andrew and,Sally Skinner, Mr. Street Vo-Tech Blueprint School in Lancaster, Pa., and is em- ploeyd as a supervisor for Ressler, Inc., in Lancaster. Mrs. Fred McQuinn, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Windsor, Miss Sue Windsor and Mr. David Fim- bets, Vienna, Va.; Mrs. Frank Whittington, Winchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. James Crockett, Janie, Karla and Sammy Crockett, Bunker Hill; Mr. Charles J. Skinner, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Furfari, IVlorgantown; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skinner, Jr., and Martha and Jeffrey, and Miss Three Make Dean's List Fairmont State Three young people from Jefferson County were named to the dean's list at Fairmont State College for the semester ending in May. They were: Linda K. Jef- ferson, Julie A. Kisner and Vance C. Cart. The honor was announced by the office of Dr. Wiliiam A. Boram, vice- president of academic affairs. Cynthia Gano Weds Michael Wilson In Pretty CeremOny Mrs. Michael N. Wilson Cynthia Gay Gano of Charles Town and Michael Noll Wilson of Martinsburg, were united in marriage on June 24 at one thirty in the afternoon m the Asbury United Methodist Church. Charles Town. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gano, 632 Jefferson Avenue. Charles Town, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar NoU Wilson, Alabama Avenue. Martinsburg. The Rev. Marcus A. Earp officiated the double ring ceremony before an altar graced with yellow and white daisies and baby's breath. Mrs. Louise Pine, organist, played several selections, while Miss Betty Sims sang "For All Good Gifts". "Can't Smile Without You". "Evergreen", and "The Lord's Prayer". Mrs. Bonnie Kline distributed the wedding programs and presided over the guest book. Escorted to the altar by her father and given m marriage by both parents, the bride was a picture of traditional loveliness in an empire gown of satasheer, the portrait decolletage overlaid with Venise lace which also cuffed' the long pouf sleeves. From a waistline tracery of lace, her skirt spread to a crisply flaring silhouette repeating the exquisite lace in appliques and hemline border that sloped to join the full back in a graceful chapel train. Complementing this perfectly was her demi- bonnet of matching lace with fingertip veil of lace edged illusion and she carried a cascade of yellow roses, white daisies, and baby's breath. Mrs. Kathy Sims-Hawrot of Morgantown, W. Va.. served as matron of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Linda Larsen and Miss Lindsey Wilson. The matron of honorwas attired in a floor length gown of mint green quiana while the bridesmaids wore floor length gowns of pale yellow quiana. Each carried a nosegay of yellow and white daisies. William F. Dashiell of Long Island. New York. served as best man and the ushers were Daniel R. Nicol and Robert W. Pereqoy. The mother of the bride selected a floor length gown of peach polyester and chiffon. She carried a corsage of peach roses and white daisies on her purse. The groom's mother chose a floor length gown of pastel blue quiana and wore a white cym- bidium orchid. A reception to celebrate the wedding was given at the Lions Center in Ransom Mrs. Edward Kline and Mrs. Gene Staton. aunts of ,the bride, served the wedding cake. Mrs. Harvey Kercheval. Jr., poured the punch. The reception was catered by Mrs. Mary Noll. The bride is a graduate of Jefferson High School and Shepherd College. The groom is a graduate of Martinsburg High School and Shepherd College. He is employed at the Bureau of the Census in Suitland, Md. For a wedding trip to Orlando. Fla.. the bride wore a pastel blue quiana dress with ivory trim and a corsage of daisies and baby's breath. The couple is now residing in" Alexandria, Va Out-of-town weddiog guests came from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware. New Jersey, New [York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. A rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents at the McFarland House in Mar- tinsburg. On May 24, Mrs. Kathy Sims-Rawrot hosted a shower for the bride. On June 2, a shower was given at the home of Mrs. Harvey Krcheval, Jr. 01d .,eT00 Ho00e BY LEONARD GERSHE "THE" OLD OPERA HOUSE, presents "BUT- TERFLIES ARE FREE," directed by Ferdi Perrone, Fridays, and Saturdays, July 14 & 15, 8 P.M. Tickets $4 & $3 - Children under 12 - A price, For Tickets, 204 N. George St., 10:30 - 6:30 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday. 'Phone 725-4420 for reservations, **Air Conditioned** I i ii I ii J Mrs. Densil L. Nibert On the lovely summer af- ternoon of June 25, at half after two o'clock, Cynthia Marie Vickers became the bride of Densil Lynn Nibert in the Asbury United Methodist Church, North Charles Street, in Charles Town. The bride is the daughter of Frances D., and George E. Vickers of Charles Town; the bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nibert, Point Pleasant, W. Va. The Rev. Marcus Earp of- ficiated for the double ring ceremony before an altar graced with arrangements of white gladiolus, yellow daisies, baby's breath and greenery; and two seven-branch candelabra with white tapers. Satin bows marked the family pews. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. William Walters presented organ selections -- If, A Time For Us, Colour My World, I Believe, O Perfect Love and Let There be Peace on Earth Miss Trudy Anders sang The Wedding Song after the mothers were seated: and the Lord's Prayer as the couple knelt in prayer. Mter the bride and groom exchanged their marriage vows, they each lighted a unity candle symbolizing their lives becoming one. They presented their mothers with a tong stemmed peach rose expressing love and appreciation. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride was a picture of traditional loveliness in a white qumna gown styled with a victorian collar of Venice lace, high rise waistline with a bodice of Venice lace accented with seed pearls: and long slim sleeves coming to a point at the wrist and also trimmed with lace. Flowing into a flaring silhouette, the bride:s skirt terminated with lace hemline border which sloped to en- compass the chapel train. Complementing this perfectly was her elbow length mantilla of quiana touched with Venice lace and pearls. The bride's something old was a ring belonging to her grand- mother, Mrs. James A. Dailey; something new was her gown; something borrowed a gold, heart-shaped necklace from her sister, Mrs. Nelson Robinson; and something blue was the traditional garter. Mrs. Nelson Robinson, of Shepherdstown, sister of the bride, was matron of honor; Miss Angle Fargo of Charles Town, maid of honor. Both wore mint green halter quiana gowns with green chiffon floral print jackets with long sleeves. These were accented by a ruffled bottom, collar and cuffs. Each carried nosegays of green and yellow daisies with baby's breath and fern tied with ribbon to match their dresses. Serving as bridesmaids were Misses Betsy Keyser and Julie Day of Shepherdstown; Misses Vicky Robinson and "Elizabeth Vickers,. sister of the bride, of Charles Town. They were attired in peach gowns styled iden- tically to that of the matron and maid of honor. Each carried nosegays of green and peach daisies, with baby's breath and fern tied with peach ribbon to match their dresses. The gowns were made by the bride's mother and sister. Little Miss Nicote Ott. cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a white quiana gown with puffed sleeves and trimmed at the neckline with mint green ribbon. She carried a white wicker basket tied with green ribbon and filled with green and peach daisies and daisy petals which were carefully strewn prior to the entry of the bride. Dennis Nibert. of Huntington, W. Va, brother of the groom, served as best man. Head usher was James Rossi, together with Charles CottriU of Morgantown; Bernard Riddle. Sam Nibert. brother of the groom, from Point Pleasant, and Nelson Robinson, Shepherdstown. Ring bearer was ChadaRobinson, Shepherd- stown, nephew of the bride. Serving as acolyte was David Dailev. cousin of the bride. Pryor, cousin of coordinator of A reception ceremony serving an arrangement green, peach and baby's breath in a crystal in crystal candle cented the table. 0n table the cake, encircled cakes, was topped and bells. Mrs. Junior PryOr, bride, and Mrs. served the cake. Ashcraft, aunt of James Rossi, Mrs, Cottrill, and MrS. Riddle presided at bowls. Mrs. Mrs. Paul Dailey, bride, served as Misses Sharon attended the gift packets were Nicole Ott and Elizabeth Vickers bridal bouquet and caught the garter, Beach, S.C., the brown and peach added a white from her bridal The couple are their Shenandoah JunC Out-of-town Maryland, sylvania and Virginia. The Jefferson High tended Jmes School. She is secretary for The groom of West is employed County Board sociar studies ferson High presently school at Prior to the by the Betsy Keyser, Vicky Robinson Mrs. Dominick was given by the Mrs. Ch craft home. On the eve groom's parents dinner on the home. Gifts were the attendants. RET. SCHOOL! ME The School p.m. on Morgan's tableware. 40% ON PHOTO FIN ONE DAY SERVICE AVAILA WE CAN SAVE ,YOU MONEY SCOTT & WHITE CHAR PHAR .... YOUR DISCOUNT 125 W.Washington St., Downtown Charle FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR