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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1978 19 ALL Short Sleeve  KASTLE S B :)NANZA DAYS " Select Group of Shoes $1 49S Suns-- g Sport Coats Buy 0he pr. at Regular PRICE One at Regular PRICE Up To S44 Value . -- 25% to 50% off Get One pr. FREE One FREE West Washington Street Next To Postoffice Charles Town, W.Va. Kay Jenkins Wedded Farren Brenton McGraw Mr. and Mrs. Farren B. McGraw tlne 24, at 4 o'clock, mghter of Gerald M. Jenkins Ferry, became of Farren Brenton 8on of the Rev. and McGraw, of Rt. The nuptials at the Chestnut Church by father. escorted to the father and given in her parents. She a traditional for- gown of white a taffeta lining. and Queen Anne Were delicately ith white ChantiUy seed pearls. The sleeves were the cuffs with e. A full A-line skirt an empire a chapel length complete with a flounce. Lace Were scattered organza. Com- ide wore a was outlined lace over ira- Peach rosebuds, and baby's breath. old was a ban- belonged to her Lother, Mabel new was her opal necklace and earrings, a gift from the groom; something borrowed was a birthstone ring from her grandmother, Bessie Jackson; and something blue was her garter. Mrs. Dorothy Conklyn of Charles Town, the organist, selected for the music, Dearest Jesus, We Are Here - Bach, Prayer - Beethoven, When Thou Are Near - Bach, Traumerci - Schumann, AveVerum - Mozart, Cantilena - Goltermann, Melody - Guilmont, Evensong - Schumann, 0 Perfect Love - Barnby, Wedding March from Lohengrin - Wagner, Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream - Mendelssohn. The bride's sister, Donna Piper, was matron of honor. She chbse a square neck, long sleeve ruffled creme muslin gown trimmed with peach ribbon and embroidered from shoulder to waist with flowers of the same color. For her bridesmaids she chose Twila McGraw, sister o thegroom; Becky Lilla, friend of the bride, and Peggy Jenkins, the bride's sister-in-law. They wore gowns of solid peach quiana, rounded at the neck with a full flounce that fell from the shoulders. They each wore a cross necklace, a gift from the bride. The matron of honor carried three long-stemmed peach rosebuds and the bridesmaids carried a single, long-stemmed white rosebud. Each girl wore a sprig of baby's breqth in their hair. The flower girl, Tracy McGraw, niece of the groom, was adorable in a floral print street length dress of peach and green. She too wore a necklace, a gift from the bride. She carried a basket of peach rose petals. The groom chose for his best man, his brother, Bentley. The ushers were his brother, Willard, and Brien and Chris Jenkins, brothers of the bride, and ring bearer was little Ival McGraw, nephew of the groom. Each wore mint green tuxedos. For her wedding dress, the mother of the bride chose a gown of white organza top with a floral print skirt. The groom's mother chose a gown of mint green quiana. Each wore carnation corsages. The hostesses were Susan Cogle, at the guest book; Inez Hawk cut the cake; Lynn Wilson was at the punch bowl and Nedra Jenkins at the gift table. They each wore carnations. Flowers in the altar"vases were daisies and carnations tinted peach and mint green. The reception was held in the 'Fellowship Hall at the church. This was decorated to correspond with the wedding. Mrs. Peggy Littleton of Ranson, baked the cake. For their wedding trip to Deep Creek Lake, Oakland, Md., the bride chose a yellow pleated dress of quiana with round neck and full flounce. The bride is a 1974" graduate of Jefferson. High and is employed by the Central Intelligence Agency, McLean, Va. The groom is a 1972 graduate of Charles Town High School and is employed by Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax, Va. Prior to the wedding, two showers were given by Sally Hummel and Darcy Nelson, co- workers of the bride and Becky Lilla and Donna Piper. A buffet style supper was given by Mrs. Gerald M. Jenkins after rehearsal on Friday, June 23. The couple is presently residing in Blue Ridge Apcres, Harpers Ferry. %..........o,.,.,.o...,..,,.,..,..o,.@..o%.,,,.. l ..%%,o. % .%,.%%%..,% .,...,.o.o,,%..o..,..,.......o,..........., PERSONALS :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mr. and Mrs. Ister Watson and daughter Melissa, High Street, Charles Town, have returned home after vacationing over 1500 miles in Maine. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and daughter, Donna Marie, in Saco, Maine. Mrs. Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Annie Wilt has returned to her home near Charles Town, after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Roberta Longerbeam Finalist Miss Roherta Lynn Longer- beam, 17, shown above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William K. Longerbeam, of Charles Town, has been selected as a finalist in the 1978 West Virginia United Teenager Pageant, to he held at Davis and Elkins College in ElkinS August 19. The pageant is the official state-wide finals in the United Teenager Pageant to be held in Washlfigton, D.C., in December. Contestants from all over the state will be competing for the total. All contestants are between the ages of 14 and 18 and must have at least a "B" average in school. They are required to participate in the Volunteer i Community Service Program of the United Teenager Pageant. Through this program, many youngsters are becoming in- Visitors with Mrs. Wilt were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LaRue, daughter Connie, Mr. and Mrs. James 'Kisner, Mrs. Rosebud McDaniel, Mrs. Sharon Corbin, Mrs. Sheila Dupuy and son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner and daughters, Mr. Wayne MeDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. William Writ, Mrs. Sarah Turner, Mrs. Gladys Ott, Mrs. Josephine Mercer, Mrs. Carol Reynolds and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett, Mrs. Pearl Harris, Mrs. Mary Appell, Mrs. Jessie Dillow, Mrs. Margaret Hostler, Mrs. Georgia Staubs, Mrs. Reva Rin Mrs. Essie Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Donivan and Lori, Mrs. Nellie Oden, Mrs. Pauline Ot, Miss 40% DISCOUNT William F. Carper ON PHOTO FINISHING ii ONE DAY i CE AVAILABLE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Mr. William F. Carper, Sr., of Charles Town, was the guest of honor at a birthday party given him by his three sons. It was held Saturday, July 8, at the home of one of his sons, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Carper, Jr., Jefferson Terrace, and marked his 80th birthday. :'resent, along with his wife, Mrs. Grace Carper, were his two other sons, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carper, Sr., and son lrr Of Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carper, Jr., of Charles Town; Mrs. Edith Peer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glaize, Mrs. Susan Ainsworth, of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carper; Jr., and son Sam;. Mr. Steven Carper, Ranson; Mrs. Cheryl Carper and son Matthew Sterling, Va.; Mrs. Myra Levi, Berryvilh, Va.; Miss Shelly Carper and Miss Joy Wetzet, of Charles Town; and Miss Robin Morgan of Harpers Ferry. & WHITE ARL TOWN PHARMACY YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W.Woshington St.,- Downtown Charles Town FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE !volved m community activities by contributing at least eight hours of time to some wor- thwhile charity or civic work. Among the prizes the West Virginia winner will receive is an all-expenses paid trip to compete in the national finals in Washington. Fifteen thousand dollars in cash scholarships will be awarded at the national pageant where contestants will he judged on scholastic and civic achievements, beauty, poise and personality. There will be no swimsuit or talent competition. Each contestant will write and recite on stage a one-hundred word essay on the subject, "My Country." Miss Longerbeam is spon- sored by Shenandoah Quarry, Inc., of Millville. Her hobbies include tennis, horse back riding, biking, cooking and working with the elderly. Golden Gleams Fear is pain arising from the anticipation of evil. .Aristotle. He that knows no guilt can know no fear. -Philip Massinger. Cynthia Lou Slusher, Rodney L. Smallwood United Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Smallwood Cynthia Lou Slusher and I The total look included chapel Rodney Larry Smallwood were length mantilla bordered in united in marriage on Sunday, matching chantilly lace. Se July 2, at seven o'clock at the carried a spray of white roses Charles Town Baptist Church, with baby's breath and white Dr. Wyman E. Hall officiating streamers. The bride's for the double ring ceremony, something old was a pair of The bride is the daughter of pearls, her something new was Mr. andMrs. Charles A. Slusher her gown, her something of Ransom and the groom is the borrowed was her friend's pearl son of Mrs. Cora Smallwood of earrings and her something blue Charles Town and the late Ardell was her garter. After the couple Smallwood. exchanged their marriage vows, The church was adorned wth they lit a un.ity candle, sym- wedding palms and candelabra, bolizing their lives becoming and floral arrangements of roses one. arranged by Mrs. Virginia Attending the bride as maid of Roper, friend of the bride, honor was Miss Kathy Ware. Preceding thecerem(my, Mrs. Serving as bridesmaids were Dean Coyle presented organ Mrs. Pat Mercer and Miss selections including We've Only Marcia Carper. Junior Just Begun, If, Jesu, Joy of bridesmaid was Miss Kim Man's Desiring, A TimeFor Us, Slusher, cousin of the bride. and the traditional Bridal Each wore a gown of polyester Chorus and Wedding March. knit with elasticized neckline Escorted to the altar by her and ruffled collar, elasticized at father and givenn marriage by the waist with ties and self her parents, the bride wore an flower trim and flounce hemline, organza gown with a scoop each dress being either apricot neckline and shepherdess I I I I I I Illl I sleeves trimmed in chantilly lace with deep cuffs trimmed in  JEFFERSON INN matching lace. The front center skirt panel was fully pleated and //) Route 9-- Ranson, W.Va. bordered in re-embroidered PHONE 725 8296 chantilly lace. The side and back : " of the skirt was of all-over chantilly lace which ex- tended into a full chapel train. Week - End Specials Fan Tail Shrimp ......................... $6.95 ,../4"e'--" .,.--.... '/a-jh/.ty&.,. Fresh Crab Cakes ..... ii.:iiiiiiiiii$5! ///.,/e./ c  Stuffed Shrimp ......... $5 ( Basket of Shrimp ........................ $5.95 (steamed or Deep Fried) /  Basket of Clams ......................... s4.95 Delmonico Steaks ........................ $4.50 Spaghetti w/Meat 'Balls ................. s3.95 SA TURDA Y ONL YI ' ,STEAMED SHRIMP ..................... $6.00 (All You Can Eat) RESERVA TIOIIS PEA$1 OPEN TUES.THURS. II -- 9 PM FRIDAY g SATUIDAY 8 -- 12 PM SUNDAY 1 ! -- 7 PM NA,CrS YOUNG FASHIONS T30 W. WASHINGTON STREET Charles Town, W. Va. Antiques FEATURING: Antiques from England for the newest look in decorating at a price anyone can afford. Fdorble Top Washstands Beautiful Wardrobes Sideboards Fine Accessories 124 E. WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. (304) 725 - 3046 or mint green and each girl donned a picture hat of the same color. Each carried a long stemmed yellow rose and baby's breath and matching streamers. Little Miss Debbie Engle, flower girl, wore a floor length dress of apricot lace. Loops of ribbon from a tiny cluster of rosebuds fell from a ponytail of soft curls. She carried a small white wicker basket of roses from which she thl-ew the petals. OUie Figgins, Jr., nephew of the groom, served as best man i while ushers were William Nicewarner and Rick Roth. Joey i Penwell, nephew of the groom, served as junior usher. Master Billy Starkey served as ring bearer. The mother of the bride wore a floor length gown of apricot Chiffon. The groom's mother chose a mint green dress with :!:! pink flowered print. They each carried a white cymbidium orchid corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was given in the church fellowship hall. Mrs. Kenneth Willingham cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs. Larry Osbourn poured the punch. The reception was catered by Mrs. Mary Noll. The guest book was attended before :; the wedding ceremony and during the reception by Mrs. Frank Slasher, sister-in-law of the bride. Mtera wedding trip to Ocean City, Md., the newlyweds will reside at 100 South Mildred Street in Ransom BONANZA I00Y'S SPECIALS OFF' ALL GIRLS MERClt/UtDISE OFF ALL BOY'S SUMMER MERflMDISE ,, , OFF INFANTS BOY'S AND GIRLS HATS I ALL NEW M00DISE I