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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978 Laura Jean Dorsey, Harry B. Georgie Moore, Larry " SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONALS - ............ Exchan sAt Bolivar Crosby Joined In Matrimony I PERSONAL , i Miss Myrtle Porter have returned to their home in i! Weston, after visiting Mrs. PxoNE,2047 Harrison's sister, Mrs. John S. I or   riend ttr ltr home on Sooth returned to her home near I .' "/ Philadelphia, Pa., after spen- ding the weekend with her sister- Mrs. Harry B. Crosby accordion pleats, and a capelet collar. Her flowers consisted of pink sweetheart roses with velvet cording and a bow trim.. The groom's mother wore a light blue floor length gown with an embroidered, lace trim around the bottom of the gown, and a matching jacket. She wore a white thalaenopsis orchid. chid. The bride's grandmother wore a floor length gown of mauve College print with a matching cape collar. She wore a cattleya or- Miss Jenny Lee Ziee Mr. Frederick Geyer Marded In Lawn Miss Jenny Lee Zies became the bride of Mr. Frederick A. Geyer, Tuesday, July 4, in nuptials performed at the Gearbart Farm in Clear Spring, Md. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Davenport, of Westridge Hills, Harpers Ferry. The bridegroom is the son of Charles H. Geyer, Sr., of Hershey, Pa. Mrs. Geyer was educated at North Hagerstown High School, the University of California at Berkeley, and the University of Maryland. She is er0ployed at Fahrney-Keedy Home. Mr. Geyer attended Hershey High School and Shippensburg State College. He is employed at Maryland Correctional Training Center. The Couple is residing in Hagerstown. Laura Jean Dorsey and Harry Bing Crosby were united in marriage June 17 at half past two o'clock in the afternoon at Charles ToWn Presbyterian Church, the Reverend William Ramkey officiating the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Gerald Dorsey of Charles Town, and thegroom is the son of Mrs. Nondas Crnsby of West Hollywood, California, and Mr. Harry Crosby, of Morgantown, W. Va. chid. Four large candelabra andlgandud MAt00ina floral arrangements of white I ..... --"= vv'u'zm'l[D snapdragons, carnations roses, mare L,e m- majestic daisies, ivy, andlwomenuT MOO gypsophlia provided a simplistic ....... setting for the wedding The College of Regents coo- ceremony. Simlax accented ducted the regular meeting of white columns which ran the length of the church. Pew markers were of ivy with floor length satin ribbons, while fern and lemon wreaths were used to accent shuttered church win- daws. Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Loretta Shade presided at the guest book, and bulletins were distributed by David Hickrnan. A reception, held at the bride's home, offered a canopied en- trance to a garden stairway which led guests to a large area of lawn under tent cover. The guests were greeted by Mrs. Louise Null and Mrs. Vivian Smoot, aunts of the bride. Double white wicker baskets, suspended by yellow and white satin ribbons, hung from the center of the tent. These were filled with white and yellow snapdragons, white majestic and marguerite daisies, yellow carnations, gypsophlia, and ivy, as were three large floral arrangmlents on the buffet tables. Other arrangements were placed on the garden lamp post and at the entrance to the canopy. Cake and punch tables were completed with fern, simlax and gypsophlia. The three-tiered cake, made by Mrs. Peggy Littleton, was decorated with daisies and roses, and was topped with a fresh daisy arrangement. Mrs. Ceil Frazier served the cake assisted by Miss Carol Ham- mond. Punch was served by Mrs. Thelma Grams, assisted by Mrs, Sandra Cox and Mrs. Sharon Green. Margaret, Denise and Aaron Frazier passed out bird seed from wicker baskets to be tossed at the bride and groom on their departure. liss Julie Dey caught the bridal bouquet and Mr. Dick Orphin caught the garter. For a trip to Williamsburg, Va., the bride wore a pink and white striped sun dress. i Mr. Crosby is employed by Curt Furniture Rental in Alexandria, Va., and the new Mrs. Crosby is employed by the Jefferson County Board of Education. The couple is residing in Leesburg, Va. Pre-nuptial parties consisted of a shower given by Miss Rae Hailer and Mrs. Billie Hickman at the home of, Mrs. Sandra Cox, Knoxville, Md., and a second shower given by Mrs. Patsy White and Mrs. Vivian Smoot at the home of Mrs. Smoot. Mrs. Anne Bradley gave a. bridesmaid's luncheon the at. ternoon prior to the rehearsal at her home. A rehearsal dinner was given by Mrs. Evelyn Grant i Charles Town Chapter "I028, Women of the Moose, held .Tuesday, July II. Chairman 'for the committee was Loleta .Alger; Senior Regent, Frances Mood; Junior Regent, Charlotte Shiflett; Chaplain, Phyllis Propps; Junior Grad. Regent, Ethel Caniford; Recorder, Helen Barnard; Treasurer, Audrey McCarty; Sentinel, Gertrude Prain; Argus, Virginia Albin; Escorts, Bonnie Dalgo and Jean Jamisnn; Guide, Jean Costello; and Assistant Guide, Marie White. The women were privileged to witness the investment of the Red Tassel to Helen Barnard; and the investment of the Red Stole to Loleta Alger, Ethel Caniford and Bonnie Dalgo. Investment officers were Gertrude Prain and Marie White. The committee also presented a donation for Baby Village at Monseheart. It was also enrollment night for new members. These in- cluded Jacqueline Bailey, Mary Beyer, Diane Bussard, Janet Costello, Audra Gates, Sandra Gray, Janet Higgs, Kathleen Hinton, Isabel Linton, Judy Montgomery, Pamela Nelson, Carol Singhas and Sara Southard. The chairwomen presented her committee with umbrellas; Jean Costello and Jean Jamison received corsages and miniature mannequins dressed with cap, gown and Green Tassel. And Carroll Taylor a chapter pin for attending four consecutive meetings after her enrollment. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, July 25. Adam Stephen Chapter Meets Friday Evening The regular quarterly meeting of the General Adam Stephen Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will be held on Friday, July 21, at 6:30 p.m., at the McFarland House in Martinsburg. Col. Joseph R. Groves, USA Ret., will speak on "Our Current National Defense Posture", and President Charles F. Printz will report on the State Convention held in Parkersburg. A large attendance is expected. Safest The safest side for a man to take in an argu. merit between two friends is the outside. -Eagle, Dothan, AIa. H II NEW SHOP OPEN E.olt.l; Jam00r 00ulm00n ANTIQUE FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES 124 EAST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 25414 PHONE 304-725-3046 Mr. Joseph Wilmot, consln of the bride, was organist and presented a musical program prior to the ceremony consisting of Clair de Lune, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring, Aria, Carillon- Sortie by Mulet, Chorale No. 3 in A Minor by Franck, and 0 Perfect Love. Dr. James Edgar Ferrell, Jr., uncle of the bride sang The Song of Ruth-Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee, after the mothers were seated, and The Lord's Prayer during the ceremony. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore an ivory chiffon gown with an open neckline embellished with delicate re-embroidered lace, traces of pearls and crystal beading. It had double capelet sleeves ending in a floating back panel and a very full circular chiffon skirt which continued into a chapel length train, the picture hat of matching lace was adorned with layers of illusion. She carried a traditionally styled bouquet of white sonet roses, ivy, and gypsophlia ac- cented with white marguerite daisies from which she presented each mother a single rose during the ceremony. The bride's something old was an opal ring given to her by her great-aunt; her something new was her gown and hat; her something borrowed was her mother's pearl earrings; and her something blue was the garter. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Billie Hick- man, Brunswick, Md., cousin of the bride. Serving as bridesmaids were Mrs. Carol Butler Melbourne, Fla.; Miss Ann Melville Waynesboro, Pa.; Mrs. Patsy White, Charles Town, and Miss Rae Hailer, Brunswick, Md. Each wore floor length floral print gowns made of crepe with a chiffon cape collar; each dress being either blue, yellow, green, apricot, or cream, creating a rainbow ef- fect. Each girl donned a picture hat of the same color with a softly pleated band of matching fabric, drawn into a design of flowers. They carried white wicker baskets of majestic and marguerite daisies and gyp- sophlia. Their bouquets were accented with fabric matching their gowns, worked into the bouquet in a bow effect. Miss Jeannine Bell, flower girl, wore a floor length dress, styled in matching fabric and design to that 'of the matron of honer. Loops of ribbon from a tiny cluster of marguerite daisies fell from a ponytail of soft curls. She carried a small white wicker basket of white marguerite daisies, ivy, and gypsophlia from which she threw petals of silk daisies. Doug Aikens, brother of the bride, Alexandria, Va., served as best man for the grm while ushers were Flip Dorsey and Dick Orphin, Alexandria, Va.; Walter Brown, Gaithersburg, Md., and Doug White, Charles Town. Master Patrick White served as ring bearer. Their boutonnieres were of double and single white sonet roses. The groom's boutonniere was ac- cented with daisies and gyp- sophlia as in the bride's bouquet. The mother of the bride wore a three-tiered, pink chiffon floor length gown with a V.nk, Yi IN T raci S. Welsh Is. Married To Charles. D. Taylor May 28 in-law, Mrs. Paul Wilson, Belvedere Farm. , i,, Pa., is employed by Eastalco Frederick, Md. Mter a brief wedding trip they are residing at Allen's Wonderland, Bakerton. Pre-nuptial showers were given at the Bakerton Methodist Church by Mrs. Joan Okono and Miss Lu Ann Taylor, sisters of the groom, and the United Methodist Women, and friends of the groom presented a shower at Smethport. Mrs. Charles D. Taylor Traci Suzanne Welsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Welsh, Bakerton, became the John, niece of the groom, was attired in a blue gown similar to the matron of honor's, with a bride of Charles Doyle Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Taylor, Smethport, Pa., at half past one, Sunday, May 28, at the Bakerton United Methodist Church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Royce Chancy, before an altar graced with baskets of peach and blue daisies, carnations and baby's breath. Jennifer Anderson, organist, played a selection of songs, acpanied by Donna Bailey, flutist. Mrs. Gretchen VanCamp sang We've Only Just Begun, and The Wedding Song. Escorted and given in  marriage by her father, Miss Welsh was radiant in a gown ot polyester organza with full ruffled bib, fitted sleeves and deep flounce hem in Chantilly type lace, with matching lace medallions trimming the skirt. Flounced hemline and chapel train were also in chantiily type lace. A matching three-tiered veil in shoulder length, with face framing half turban trimmed with venise lace and seed pearls completed her attire. She carried a nosegay of daisies, roses, mini carnations and baby's breath. Mrs. Mary Ellen Clipp, matron of honor, was attired in a blue gown of polyester organza with ruffled back and a mat- ching picture hat. Miss Mary Denton, maid of honor; Miss Linda Shackleford and Mrs. Joan Okono, bridesmaids, wore matching gowns of peach organza with picture bats. They carried mixed nosegays of daisies, carnations and baby's breath. Little Miss Jerri Louise St. Morning School Is Set Shepherdslom Elementary School Shepherdstown Elementary School, in conjunction with the Jefferson County Community Education Program, is spon- soring a "Morning School Program" at the school each day from July 24 through August 4, 1978 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for all upcoming Ist through 7th graders. Activities featured each day, Monday through Friday, are reading, math, crafts, recreation and a snack is provided. The total cost for this two-week morning school is a very reasonable $12.00 and some white picturehat, and carried a vacancies still exist in the silver basket of flower petals, program. Transportation must Master James Taylor, nephew ot be furnished by the participants. the groom, was ring bearer. Parents interested in having The bride's mother chose a your child enrolled should call J. blue floor length dress of blue V. Walter, III, at 725-9741. polyester, with a sheer coat, while the groom's mother chose Methodist Youth Group a green floor length gown. Both wore corsages of white, blue and Plans Car Wash July 29 peach carnations. Mrs. Laura Welsh and Mrs. C. W. Stickley, The United Methodist Youth of grandmothers of the bride, were Charles Town Asbury United presented corsages of white Methodist Church will hold a car carnations. Mr. C. W. Stickley, wash at the church on North grandfather, also was presented Charles Street July 29 from 10 a carnation boutonniere, a.m. to late afternoon. Prices Floyd Taylor, brother of the will be $2.00 for inside and out groom, served as best man. and $1.50 for outside only. Ushers were James, David, Proceeds will go to finance the Robert and Daniel Taylor, group's activities for the coming brothers of the groom and Y ear. bride. Patrick Welsh, brother of the Cited In Check The reception followed at Heritage Hall, KOA Kam. Passing Charge pground, Harpers Ferry. The five-tier wedding cake, baked by Jefferson County State Police Mrs. Peggy Littleton, was have arrested and charged a 21- served by Mrs. Martin Welsh, year-old Duffields man with six Jr., and Mrs. Ira Parks, aunts of counts of uttering and six counts the bride. Mrs. Bobby L. Welsh of forgery. and Mrs. Retm Vicere presided Taken into custody was at the punch bowlsl Miss Lu Ann Beverly E. Harris. Arraigned Taylor, sister of the groom, was before Magistrate Peter in charge of the gifts and the Dougherty, Harris was guest book was handled by Miss remanded to jail in lieu of $2,500 Michelle Taylor, sister of the bond. groom. Also helping with the Five of the checks in question reception were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan VanCamp and Mrs. Hallie Beveridge, friends of the bride and groom. The new Mrs .Taylor, a graduate of Jefferson High EVERYDAY DISCOUNT were allegedly cashed at Ray's Turf Supply and the other at the A and P store for a total of $510. Officers said a 16-year-old girl may also be involved. Also being investigated is a School, attended Shepherd breaking and entering at College and is employed at .Jackson's Grocery at Kear- Welsh's Grocery, Bakerton. neysville. Stolen were an adding Mr. Taylor, a graduate of Blue machine and four cases of beer. Mountain Academy, Hamburg, The theft of a 20-inch yellow push lawn mower was reported by Clifton Kelican, Sr., of Millville; and Leo B. Peck told officers someone took $224 in currency from his trousers pocket while he was at the Kratz Motel. INSULIN PRICES U / U- U- 100 s3.99 SCOTT & WHITE CHARLES TOWN PHARMACY Mr. and Miss Georgie Moore, daughter of Mr. George W. Moore and the late Naomi Moore of Harpers Ferry, and Mr. Larry Breeden, son of Mr. James Breeden, Sr., and the late Lillian Breeden of Orchard Hills, exchanged wedding vows June 9, 1978, at 7:00 p.m. in the Bolivar United Methodist Church. The Rev. J. Michael Smith performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Susan Riersor, organist, and cousin of the bride, ac- companied Mrs. Velma Ott, a friend of the bride, as Mrs. Off sang "You Light Up My Life" and "Wedding Prayer". The traditional wedding march was played. The bride, escorted by and given in marriage by her father, wore a long white traditional gown with long sleeves and long veil, with pearls and flowers on the gown and veil. She accented this by carrying baby's breath, rose buds and daisies. The best man was James Breeden, Jr., brother of the groom, from Harpers Ferry. The ushers were Randy Rutherford, cousin of the bride, and Larry Moore, brother of the bride, both of Harpers Ferry. The groom's grandmother chose a long pink dress and wore Mrs. Larry Breeden white boutonnieres. The bride's was her gown and something blue her something borrowed diamond earrings the groom's something old a belonging to her late The organ was centerpiece of mixed white daisies and The church was standing baskets of blue daisies and two white candies on the pews were marked satin bows; and a was placed aisle. Immediately ceremony, a in the church. Dunn, aunt of the the cake; Mrs. aunt of the bride, punch. Guests were by Jeff Moore. bride, and Je of the groom. The bridal bouc by Miss Debbie Dux, the bride: the garter by Jeff Breeden, groom. The bride chose yellow pant sui honeymoon trip to a white carnation. The men wore Pa. MERRY HAVEN'T YOU SAID IT EVI YEAR? "NEXT YEAR I GOING TO SHOP EA FOR CHRISTMAS!" 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