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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978 Asbupj U.M. Church Scene Of Rutherf0rd-Webb Nuptials Mrs. Richard E. Webb Miss Tammy Rutherford daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Rutherford, of Harpers Ferry, became the bride of Mr. Richard A. Webb son of Mr. Richard E. Webb, of Ranson, on June 24 at 5:00 in the evening at the Asbury United Methodisl Church. The Reverend Marcus Earp officiated the double ring ceremony The altar was adorned with baskets of green and yellow daisies with mums, white satin ribbons, and baby's breath. The pews and seven branch can- delabras were marked with white satin bows and fern, all designed by Knicely's Florist in Martinsburg. Mrs. Edward Pine, the organist, played "We've Only Just Begun", "Tammy", "Evergreen',, and the traditional Wedding March for the recessional. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride was a picture of traditional loveliness in her gown of polyester organza with a deep sculptured neckline trimmed in Venice lace and pearls. The aN-over bodice, top of lantern sleeves, and full flounce hemline and chapel length train were of Nottingham lace, and the high waistline was trimmed in satin ribbon. Her Juliet style veil was of matching lace and pearls To this she added a pearl necklace and pearl earrings given to her by her parents. Her bouquet was a cascade of white roses and variegated ivy with a corsage of white roses and baby's breath. Her something new was her gown and veil, something old was a ring belonging to her mother, something blue was her garter; and her something borrowed was the lucky penny borrowed from her father. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Patsy Mahoney, sister of the bride. She was attired in a short sleeve, mint green gown of polyester knit with matching sheer floral cape. She carried one long stemmed white rose and added one white rose with baby's breath to her hair. Bridesmaids were Linda Dougherty, Tracey Dougherty, Marili James, and Robin Morgan, all close friends of the bride. They wore dresses identical to the matron of honor but yellow in color. They carried one long stemmed yellow rose and added one yellow rose with baby's breath to their hair. Little Missy Clam, niece of the bride, was the flower girl. She wore green and yellow daisies in her hair and carried a white basket of green and yellow daisies and baby's breath. She was attired in a white satin dress with a lace overlay. Terry James, close friend of the groom, served as best man He was attired in a mint green tuxedo. Stanley Webb and Todd Webb, brothers of the groom, and Mike Twigg and Rusty Jacobs, close friends of the groom, served as ushers. They wore pale yellow tuxedos. Ring bearer was Terry Lee James Jr. He wore a white suit and carried the rings on a heart shaped white satin pillow. The mother of the bride was lovely in her floor length gown of seaspray green polyester with matching jacket and shoes. She J. RUSSE00 FRITTS & SON, INC. 309 W. WASHINGTON STREET Charles Town, W. Va. 304. 725.5517 You've Got NORMANDY BRICK PATTERN GAFSTAR Sheet Vinyl Floom Come in today and see our GAFSTAR Foamcraft "wax-free" floors. They are so easy to care for and just an occasional damp mopping or mechanical buffing restores the desired gloss. GAFSTAR Foamcraft floors are available in an exciting array of patterns and colors and are simple and easy to install yourself! III -I. I I wore a corsage of yellow sweetheart roses and baby's breath. The groom's grand- mother wore a floor length dress of blue polyester. To this she added a white shawl and white gloves. She wore a corsage of yellow carnations and baby's breath. After the bride and groom exchanged their marriage vows, they lighted a unity candle symbolizing their lives becoming one. At this time the groom presented the bride's mother with a long stemmed rose and the bride presented the groom's grandmother with the same. expressing their love and appreciation. Immediately following the ceremony, a candlelight reception was held at the Friendship Fire Hall in Harpers Ferry. The reception was catered by Mrs. Mary Noll of Martinsburg. Each table had yellow and green candles with greens added for centerpieces. The wedding cake was two tiers with two heart shaped cakes to the side. Added to the cake was a stairway with small figurines representing the wedding at- tendants. Music was provided by Ha-Kiss Po-Kiss of Winchester, Va. Miss Dawn Clam attended the guest book and Misses Dorothy Clam and Monica Mahoney distributed the wedding programs. Mrs. Betty Staubs and Eva Stoneburger, aunts of the bride, served the wedding cake while Mrs. Jenny Yontz, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Jane Staubs, aunt of the bride, served the punch. Miss Elain Beamer caught the bridal bouquet and Tom Staubs caught the garter. For a three- day wedding trip the couple went to the Penn Hills Resort in the Pocono Mountains of Penn- sylvania and will be residing at 102 North Lawrence Street in Charles Town. Out-of-town guests attended from Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, and points in West Virginia. Prior to the wedding the bride was honored at two showers. A surprise shower was given by Mrs. Louise Clam, sister-in-law of the bride and Mrs. Patsy Mahoney, sister of the bride and another given by her bridesmaids. On Thursday, June 23, the couple hosted a rehearsal dinner at their home. At this time they presented their at- tendants with gifts to show their appreciation. The bride is a 1978 graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed with WXVA Broad- casting Corporation as a secretary. The groom is also a 1978 graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed as a carpenter with W. C., and A. N. Miller Construction Company. ml SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 The Silver Grove U.M. Church wishes to thank each and every one who helped to make the dinner which was held on Saturday a great success. We would also like to thank Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Staubs and mem- bers of Peoples Faith Taber- nacle of Hagerstown, Md., for fellowship with their message with a song. The newspaper drive which the Silver Grove U.M. Church has sponsored has been can- celled now until further notice The Blue Ridge Mt. Fire Uni is sponsoring a carnival on July 31 through August 5 at the Blue Ridge Elementary School grounds. Help to support the fire company. Mr. Ronald Burke of Charles Town was a visitor Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mrs. Virginia Whitehair and Daisy Wiles were visitor., Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Johr Whitehair and son. Mr..and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children, Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart attended a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of Petie Whitehair, given by his mother, Mrs. Virginia Whitehair at her home in Virginia. Mr. Ronald Burke and Mr. John Whitehair motored to Gettysburg, Pa., on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and children of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS OF CHARLES TOWN Chapter 12, Article 11, Settion 18, of the City Code of Charles Town states that it shall be the duty of every person in the City to keep and maintain all vacant and other property owned by him in such condition that such property shall not constitute a fire hazard or condition detrimental to the general health and welfare of the citizens of the City. There are many properties where weeds, and bushes have not been cut and have trash on them. If not properly cleaned, warrants may be issued. The City will take the necessary legal steps beginning August 8th, 1978, against those property owners who have not complied. CITY OF CHARLES TOWN 3uly 20-2t IT'S ALL J,/ RESTAURANT HERE NOW AT Located On State Route 9 at Jefferson Avenue New York Style Pizza Fresh Maryland Crabs In addition to our other Fine ItallanDishes LUNCHEON and DINNER HOURS: TUES.-WED.-THURS. 11:30 AM to 11:30 PM Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM SUNDAY ! 2 to 10 PM CLOSED MONDA Y FOR RESERVATIONS& CARRY OUT CALL 725- 3366 PRESENTS "FROM OP TO POP" variety of .favorite Opera and Broadway show tunes starring the fabulous Barbara and Jay Stenger, for one night only, Satur- day, July 22nd, 8 P.M. Tickets are $4 and $3, children under 12 are half price. Reser- vations and advanced tickets are available at the office of the Opera House, 204 N. George St, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:30 to 6:30 P.M. *" AIR CONDITIONED * THE OLD OPERA HOUSE LIBERTY & GEORGE STS. CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. 25414 (304) 725- 4420 daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda and Angle, and Mr. Gary Harriss were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and i daughters were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mrs. Hilda Piper was ad- mitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Sunday due to an illness. Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove and family of Virginia. Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughters of Mannings; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill; Mrs. Dorothy Grove and Mrs.Anne Grove were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. We welcome Mrs. Leona Staubs back to the community. She had been living in Mar- tinsburg with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest seal while she was recuperating from her illness. So nice to see the big house lit up again. I wish to express my sym- pathy to the family and friends of Mrs. Eliza Milton who passed away on Saturday. She was loved by everyone and she is at rest now with the Lord, the one she loved so much. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors recently with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. Mr. Martin Blaine Dinterman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinterman and Miss Patty Guinn of Charles Town, were united in holy matrimony on June 30th by the Rev. Don Depfer at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jackson stood up as witnesses. A reception was held at the home of the groom's parents. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinterman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynn and son, Mrs. hetta Greenwalt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle and family, Mrs. Gen Piper and son, Mr. Thurman Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Greenwalt and son, Mr. and Mrs. James Popkins and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welsh, Mrs. Millie Welch and daughters, Mrs. Ellie Clem- mond. Refreshments consisted of two cakes, sandwiches, chips, mints, nuts, tea and coffee. Mr. Kenneth Staubs of Charles Town, was a visitor on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Democratic Executive Committee Assessor Applications The Jefferson County Democratic Executive Com- mittee has announced that it is considering applications from persons interested in being nominated by the Committee to fill the vacancy in the office of Assessor created by the retirement of Kathryn Trussell. In the November general election, the voters will select a person to fill the unexpired portion of the term for which Miss Trussell was elected. WINCHESTER TOYOT A , INC. Sales -- Serv,ce -- Parts TOYOTA-- MERCEDES-BEHZ New and Used Cars and Trucks Over 200 units in stock and on order 1835 Valley Avenue- Winchester, Va. PHONE: 1 - 301 - 667 - 9200 JULY 13- TF DEALER LICENSE 7511 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF BANK OF HARPERS FERRY of Harpers Ferry, Jefferson, West Virginia 25425. And Foreign and Domestic Sdbsidiaries, at close of business June 30, 1978, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Dollar Amts. in Thou. Bil. hail. Thou. Cash and due from banks 232 U.S. Treasury securities 899 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 102 Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock 12 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in domestic offices 225 a. Loans, Total 2,346 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 14 c. Loans, net 2,332 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets ' representing bank premises 247 Other assets 41 TOTAL ASSETS 4,090 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 731 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,044 Deposits of United States Gov't. 10 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 667 Certified and officers' 9hecks 30 tOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES 3,482 a. Total demand deposits 1,309 b. Total time and savings deposits 2,173 TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES 3,482 Other liabilities 32 TOTAL LIABILITIES 3,514 Common stock a. No. shares authorized 20,000 b. No. shares outstanding 20,000 , (par value) 200 Surplus 200 Undivided profits 176 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 578 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 4,090 MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending with report date: a. Cash and due from banks 238 b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 244 c. Total loans 2,339 e. Total deposits in domestic and foreign offices 3,419 I, Charles Wm. LeMaster, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Charles Wm. LeMaster We, the undersigned.directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J. Donald Eackles Robert A. Hockensmith Directors James E. Senseney State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of July, 1978. Bernie H. Snyder Notary Public Commission expires November I, 1986. II I II II Persons interested are requested to submit their ap- plications to Lyle Tabb, Chairman, at Route 3, Box 265, Kearneysville, on or before August 1, 1978. Athletic Boosters Looking forward to another year of supporting the athletic program at Jefferson High School, the Athletic Boosters Club will meet Tuesday, July 25, at 7:00 p.m. at the Cougar stadium at Shenandoah Junc- tion. Bruce publi director for the group will be a formed 300 Club; made to expand the the organization honoring coaches Begole said the of the org its base beyong the raising money by concession stand fulfill the name...Boosters. 2 DAY PUBLIC Of VALUABLE ANTIQUE FURNITURE -- -- ANTIQUE FARM MACHINERY -- Some Machinery. Due to the death of my husband, Harry H. following will be sold at Public Auction Farm, 6 miles south of Charles Town, W. Va., 6 miles $ Berryville, Va., on U.S. Route 340 at Rippon, W. Va. SAT., JULY 29, T 978 SAT., AUGUST 5, T SALE BEGINS AT TO:O0 | FURNITURE, ETC. Player Piano, 60 Rolls - Stool, Bench; Walnut Tables; Round Oak Table; Roll Top Desk; Wooden Ice Box, circa 1890 perfect; Jelly Cabinet; Corner Cupboard; Pie Safe; seat; Walnut Fainting Couch; 3 Marble Top Straight Chairs;Walnut Gun Cabinet; Oak Towel Racks; Empire Chest; 4 Piece Suite; Large Oak Wardrobe; Large Pine Beds; Sleigh Bed; 3 Piece Bamboo Set; Oval Square China Closet; 5 Pier Glass Front Book CaSe; Wheel; Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table; Walnut Table; 2 Office Cabinets - 1 from Rippon Post Office, 1 Va., Post Office; Bench from Rippon Station Waiting Room; sewing Cabinet; Childrens Chairs; Old Whitlock Med. Cabinet; Cabihet; Walnut Washstand; Blanket Chest; Cabinets; Oak Washstand; Deacons Bench; Cane Seat Rocker; Wicker Rocker; Victrola Wicker Planter; Wooden Filing Cabinet; Button Fastener; Old Chest Cabinet; Old High Wicker Baby Cart; National Biscuit Boxes; G. Boxes; Lap Robe; Brass Cash Register; Old Adding Machine; 2 Old Molasses Pumps; Andirons; Spool Cabinet; Several Trunks; Press; 3 Wall Phones; Lard Firken; Lloyds of: Bread Box; Old Peanut Roaster', 3 Apple Butter Brass Buckets; Iron Kettles; Ham Boiler; Beveled Edge Mirror', 2 Bear Traps; Fox Jars; Copper Boiler; Small Platform Scales; Coffee Grinder; Butter Prints; Butter Grates; Swinging Bar for Fireplace; Porcelai Hod; Brass Bell; Pictures and Frames; Frames; Cut Glass; Depression Glass; Aladdin Lamp; Tiffany Type Lamps; Lanterns; Lots of Jugs - Crocks; Bottles; Stream of Time Map of Creation Year 4004-1840 Colton from the Original German of Straus; Ammunition Box; Dinner Bell and Brackett; Deep Freeze; /2 Bu. Measures; Hundreds Items Not Mentioned. HORSE DRAWN EQUIPMENT & FARM MACHINERY McCormick Reaper Model 5355; Runabodt Yoke; Sleigh; Sleigh Bolls; Hame Bells; Bolls; 1 Horse Dump Cart; Baker Wheat Seed Sower; Horse Tie; Harness; Anvil; Wagon Jack; Corn Coverer; Model 221 New Spreader; Ford 100 in. Rotary Mower; J. D. Elec. Seed Sower; Harvey Conveyor 28 ft; in. Grain Auger; Corn Conveyor; with Seeder Attachment; 2 Wagons; Tooth Harrow; Elec. Sheep Shears; Cast Pipe Dies; Emory Wheel; Forks 2-3-4 Tine; Wooden Rakes; 12 ft. Grain Bed for Travelall, farm used; Other Numerous DUE TO THE QUANTITY AND CHANDISE BEING OFFERED, A 2 NECESSARY. THE SALE ORDER WILL SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1978--All Furniture; Brass and Copper Kettles; Iron Kettles; and Frames; Farm Machinery. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1978 -- Lanterns; Crocks; Jugs; Bottles; Sleigh Hand Bells; Traps. Lunch by - St. Johns Episcopal Church d Town Womens Club Terms of Sale- CASH- Nothing Not Responsible For Any H,G. NOTE: THIS IS ONE OF THE HELD IN THE COUNTY. MANY ITEMS' YEARS OLD. AUCTIoNEER--Edward M. Morrow Clerk--Charles E. Ware (304) 2874949 , July 20-3t