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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1978 1 1 w ' ..... :- - Beatty, erry s Wed ) .... oman s Club To Hold S00nnon00womac$ ,l , 00OCIAL-CLUB Luncheon Bavarian inn Club.Cdeb00u lq PERSONAL [I Thewomanscluhofchar,es benefit the fire cempanies of the Annmnart ,Sept, 7 it //ZC-/IL \\;'%L,_."dl V, ,'- " .LL  [ Town, in cooperation with a county in financing their C.P.R. Shannondale Woman's Club PHONE. 2047"   _ number ofretailmercbants, wdl" classes. This' ts .... a commumty wdl celebrate Its tenth an- ,.:)-/][,jo , lstage a fashion show at the lifesaving project A terrific niversary with a s iai lun- : : " ;t +___,+ -J}- f ,f or  ''' ,i placid Bavarian" Inn, located, at assortment, of flattering" . fashions cheon beginning atPecnoon on t, , qK, .......  - 'J Shepherdstown, overlooking the wdl be modeled following a spicy Thursday, September 7 at the : , 725 2040 t'otomac River and the superb luncheon served by the newly-opened Shannondale ;: ,i? ' , F  _ _ . . _ _ _|Shepherd College campus, capable innkeepers, the Erwin Club.  ........ p,4{"i Wednesday afternoon, Sep- Asams. Chairman Bertye Riecks and ...... ,., _ " tember 27, beginning at 12:30 The club members are ap- her co-chairman Lorraine ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Shannondale Garden William Stanley, p.m. This event is expected to pealing to the public to support Ricketts have invited past- PERSONALS 84, Is Honored Bonnie Beatty and Kerns were united y, July 15 the Asbury United Church. The Rev. . Earp officiated for ring ceremony. is the daughter of I). and Phyllis J. Boatty is the son of and Virginia E. Kerns, 2, Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Edward L. ,ed the traditional' g March and We've Only which was ac- th a solo by Dana g The Song while ac- by Ronnie Kidwiler by her father and n marrtage by her i bride appeared in a gown boasting a bodice seed-pearls. Lace trimmed the sheer and the bodice. Her veil nylon adorned with lace She carried a of white daisies, blue The bride's something old was a bracelet that bad belonged to a friend of the bride's mother; her something new was her wedding gown; something borrowed was a ring which had belonged to the maid of honor's late grand- mother; something blue was her garter, given to her by Angels Allen and Andrew Kriemelmeyer a few days prior to the wedding. The bridal bouquet was caught by Miss Lana Baker and Donald Bratty caught the garter. The bride is a 1978 graduate of Jefferson High and is employed by the Navy Federal Credit Union. The groom is a 1975 graduate of Jefferson High and is employed by the Federal government. Following a honeymoon trip to Ocean City, Md., the couple are residing at 113 Evitts Dr. Ranson. Out of town guests attended the wedding from Maryland and Virginia. A reception followed the ceremony in the church's social baby's breath ,. _ .. " , ball. Serving as hostesses were of 'nor.Mn n l=al Mrs. Barbara Kriemelmeyer, Sister o--me:- nrme,''V; ana'lMrs". Ruth Ward, and Mrs. ..... ]Natalie Morrow. The food was :;esmrli m lltYr I ; bPar;, sP t er h nsditsbe: s of blue pelyesterl ..... ' -- ..... I ano tonato teatty. There were Pcmretonaaicht two wedding cakes, both presented by Mr. and Mrs. Bratty, brother of the as best man. Were Michael Wall and billow. Dougie Baatty, the bride, was ring daughter's wedding, selected a floor floral gown, with a of white carnations. The mother wore a floor gown with a corsage carnations. The of the bride and Rose Bratty and Kerns, attended the and were presented carnation corsages. grandfather, Mr. D. Bratty, was With a boutonniere. Wallace Robinson. One of the cakes was baked and decorated by Mrs. Robinson and Carrie Robinson. Mrs. Joyce Baker and Mrs. Mary Casterline cut and served the cake. Mrs. Lana Baker and Miss Jennifer Casterline served the punch. Miss Christina Akard presided at the guest book. A rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents on July 14 at the Sizzling Steak House. Gifts were presented to the attendants at this time. The bride-to-be was honored at a miscellaneous shower on May 17, given by Brenda Bratty and Agela Kriemelmeyer at the home of Mrs. Barbara Kriemelmeyer. Bakerton. bILLVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson Dorothy Lake and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows, Jr., and I)lal 535-2261 family, all of Laurel, Md., were recent Sunday guests of Mrs. shower was Vontella Meadows and Miss Miss Diana Smith on her co-workers. The held in the West Room at Cliffside. for the occasion Faye Longerbeam, Morgan, Mrs. Mary Mary Ann Writt, taubs, Mrs. Mildred Dot Lake, Mrs. ubs, Miss Vickie M  Tina Lancaster, Whittington, Miss Staubs, Miss Meg Jeff Rowland. Punch were served received many nice [ Mrs. Kenneth Rickard visitors of Mr. and ritt and family of Brenda FriLLs. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Randallstown, Md., were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mrs. Lula Ranalli. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Milbourn of Rippon; Mr. Randy Longer- beam, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longerbeam and son and Mr. and Mrs. Norman James. Mr. Thomas Lake, Jr., d Brunswick, Md., was a Sunday visitor of Miss Dot Lake. Mr.and Mrs. Hamilton of Charles Town were Sunday guests of the latter's father, Mr. Edward Ryman. IIWE ARE ALL NEW! ENRY'S ELECTRONICS Located on_ Plom Tree Lone erd Hills )n, W.Va. 725 2598 ! We Sell and service all new and used CB's and Televisions. We Also sell Accessories. Hours Monday thru Saturday 10 P.m. te 9 p.m. m... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mr. Gilbert Mavro of Manassas, Va., spent last Saturday with his cousin, Miss Lucille Bush. Mr. Mavro is in- terested in his family history and is a history buff, majoring in history at Georgia Tech. He was overwhelmed when he discovered that his great-aunt and uncle, the late Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Bush were the first Methoidst Missionaries who volunteered to pioneer among the Cannibal tribes of Central Mrica in 1913, being sent from the Charles Town Methodist Church. Gilbert enjoyed the drive from Leesburg to Charles Town via Route 9, especially "the Scenic Overlook", and hopes to return in the Fall for a more complete tour of historic Jefferson County, and visit his grand- father's boyhood home. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bush of St. Petersburg, Fla. On Tuesday, August 15, members of AARP of Jefferson County, and their friends, en- joyed a bus trip to Williamsburg and Jamestown, Va. They en- joyed seeing glass blowing, making pottery, and they visited many historic places. Married Couples Win At Bridge Play Wedded bliss seemed to help bridge performance last Wed- nesday in the duplicate game at the Charles Town Civic Center. Paired spouses led the winners in both directions. ,North-South leaders were Judge and Mrs. George Downing, first; Louise Ramey-Fred Mayer, second, and Judy Moler-Marcella VanArdenne, third. Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- Farland were first East-West; Harriet Hayes-Craig Dodson took second, and Sharland Trotter-Via Catozella finished third. John Allen is the ACBL Director of the weekly game which starts at 7:45. Players in need of a partner may call 725- 8320. Chancel Dancers At SL Philip's The Vestry Board of St. Philip's Episcopal Church, meeting in the Parish House following a Sunday morning service, discussed plans and programs for the Fall and Winter months. It was agreed that the church will bring the Chancel Dancers of St. James Church of Charleston to Charles Town in October as a part of a new sister relationship between the two parishes. A committee was set up to arrange housing for the some twenty Chancel Dancers, headed by Mrs. Shirley Toibert and Mrs. Carolyn Stewart. The Chancel Dancers are well known in the Club Meets, Hem Talk On Wildflowers On August 21, the Shannondale Garden Club held its regular meeting at the Shennondale Clubhouse. Forty-eight mem- bers and guests attended the meeting. A buffet luncheon was served. Guest speaker for the occasion was Howard McIntesh, a new member of the garden club. Mr. McIntosh presented an in- teresting program on wild- flowers from the areas near and in Shannondale and also Alaska and South America. Mr. Mclntosh is a native of Kansas the "sunflower" state, and perhaps for that reason Mr. McIntosh developed an interest in wildflowers. He retired from the U.S. Treasury a few years ago. He has been observing the birds of the area for several years. Some of the wildflowers shown: Perfoliate Bellwort, Beard Tongue, Cinquefoil. Tway Blade, False Solomon Seal, Rattlesnake Plantain. Butterfly Weed, Spotted Wintergreen, Sorrel. Artic Tundra Willow, Wild Rose Fairbaoks, Bistort. Bumblebee Flower, laurel, Wild Geranium Cranebill. Rio Water Lily, Rio Monkey Tree, Bunchberry. Thimbleweed, Jack in Pulpit, Indian cucumber. Wild Ginger, Stone Crop, Summer's Glory, Foxes. Mrs. Elaine Amos, president of the garden club, announced that the next regular meeting will be held at the Shannondale Clubhouse on September 18 at 11 a.m. An Extension Agent from the Dept. of Agriculture, Gary Stanke, will be the guest speaker. His topic will be on "Soil Conservation". The Garden Club will hold its Fall dance on Sept. 23, 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Tickets are available from Kay Hecke', 725-4012; Rose Mossman, 725-7278; Lois Blazek 725-9447; Audrey Lonas, 725- 8616. The Shenandoah - Potoma( District meeting will be held Sept. 26, at the Cliff side Motel. Reservations should be called to Mrs. Amos, 725-4639. Episcopal Church for its ability to bring a Christian message through dancing. Other plans call for a parish family fellowship covered dish supper to be held at least once a month and to he followed by a discussion group on the the teachings of the church. There will also be a mid-week Holy Community Service each Wednesday; at least one Bible Study group; a Youth Choir will be formed by Ruby Reeler, Dorothy Taylor and Thelma Miller; that a Young Peoples Group be formed for grades 5 through 9 for study and fun; and that church women divide into two groups for the purpose of study and mission work. JUST ARRIVED ! ! I JEWELRY.... Necklaces, Bracelets, Earrings, Rings PRICED RIGHT AT $2.00 to $3.00 CHARLES TOWN PHARMACY YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W.Washlngton St. Downtown Charles Town . FREE CUSTOMER PARKING AND NEAR ENTRANCE IN BACK Of STORE On Sunday, August 20, William M. Stanley of Martinsburg was honored on the occasion of his 84th birthday as five generations gathered in the Fellowship Hail of Grace Reformed Church in Kearneysville. Forty relatives and friends enjoyed a covered dish supper. The birthday cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. Mary Nell, was inscribed with "All I Grow In My Garden is Tired", and decorated with gardening tools and a sprinkling can. Mr. Stanley received many cards and gifts, plus a special poem written by Mrs. Charles "Susan" Stanley, who had been admitted to City Hospital earlier in the day. Those present were: Mrs Herman Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Riley and Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Moler and Sheila, Charles Town: Mrs. Betty Cash, Ran- son; Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston, Kearneysville; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stanley, Chuck and James Stanley, Mrs. Clark Thornton, Mary Elizabeth and Della Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stanley and Miss Sandy Shade, of Shepherdstown; Ms. Pat Wobensmith, Warminster, Pa.; the Rev. Chester Kirk, who gave the blessing for the meal, Mrs. Kirk and Colin, Mr. and Mrs. David Henry Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. HErbert Tabler and Lora, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hochen and Tommy and Raelene Cook, Elmer, N. Byers, Sr., Miss Roberta Byers, Mrs. George Needy and Miss Nancy Needy, along with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, all from Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Beard stopped in during the ceremony. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Melvin and Katherine Rankin were hosts at a barbecue at their home on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rankin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer, Sr., and children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hough and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mason McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankin, Jr., and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Palmer and children, Mr. and Mrs. David Palmer and son, Kay and Kim Bushet, Timmy Hough and friend, Eugene Palmer and friend., and Vernon Palmer and friend. Sunday afternoon guests at the Rankin home were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankin and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden were Sunday guests of the lat- ter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Breeden and family in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Singhas, Jr., entertained at their home on Wednesday, August 23 in honor of the 23rd birthday of their daughter, Diane Coleman. In addition to the bountiful dinner there was a pink and white birth- day cake. Diane received many nice gifts. Those who helped to celebrate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Julian Singhas, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lauderback, Mr. and Mrs. John Landerback, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Singhas and son, John A. Coleman and daughter Trace),, Mrs. Allen Stagner, Mrs. Grace LaRue and son Lester. Mrs. Robert McDonough was a Sunday caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins. Miss Welford Smith had as her house guests for the weekend, Mrs. I. Krupp and Mrs. William Davis of Barrington, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday supper guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ceravalo. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Somers and Miss Mary Lament were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. SLoven Warsham and children, Angela and Benjamin of Tullahaoma, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner and children and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. David Nicodemus and Jonathan Whittington celebrated their birthdays this past week. give its patrons a perfect season starter with such a show of classic fashions that will he provided by the Washington Specialty Shop, Gary and Judy's Fashion Shop; J. C. Penney Store in Cbarles Town; Nancy's Young Fashions, Diamond's Smart Fashions, Ramey's Shoe Center, and Moreland Dry Goods and Notions in Shepherdstown. This will afford those at- tending, fashions that are making it big on the fashion scene this fall and will also :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: KABLETOWN Mrs. Marlanna Smallwood Dial 725.5707 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The Kabletown Extension Homemakers Club with six members present met at the home of Mrs. George Heidrick. Our president, Mrs. Barbara Wbeatley, opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. Mrs. Wheatley also bad the devotions which included a poem "Garden of Friendship" from the Randolph County Extension Homemaker's Handbook and scripture reading Matt. 7:12, closing with a poem and a prayer. The minutes of the last meeting were approved as read. The committee chairmen finished their reports. A letter was read from Mr. Rulles of Martinsburg asking if he could )resent a talk on Chiropractic. Due to the absence of the treasurer there was no report. A cardwas signed b' those present to be sent to Margie McGarry, who is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. There being no further business the meeting adjourned. In September the club meets at the home of Mrs. Helen Barr Charles Town. John N. Andrews, III, has returned to his home in Rock- ville, Md., after spending the summer with his grandmother, Mrs. John N. Andrews, I. The former will enroll as a freshman this fall in the East Carolina University, Greenville, N.C. The Gray family reunion was held Saturday, August 19 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gray and children, Lynn and Jason. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McHenry and son Mike, Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Bill Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gray and sons, Harold and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Robert this worthy and most needed project for the firemen of our county. Tickets are still available at all the participating stores, Mr. Ray Wai'ner, Mrs. C. F. Wall. club president, and members. Don't miss this opportunity to be a part of this perfect Autumn fashion show and luncheon and help our firemen who give their time so generously to help everyone. For more information call Mrs. John Lyter, 725-4347 C.I.P. Chairman for the Woman's Club. Gray, Mrs. Dorothy Clark and children, George, Robert and Chris, Mrs. Josephine Johnston and her daughters, Bonnie and Joyce, Ervin, Joan, Theresa and Penny Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Levy Gray and daughter Daisy, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Russell and daughter Eva, Mrs. Doris Newcomb, Mrs. Katherine Welch, Mrs. Camilla Willingham, Ruth Kranenberg and children, Frankie and Faith, Shirley Russell Peterson, her four sons. Melvin, Matt, Jack and Page, Mr. and Mrs. Page Russell, Mrs. Sally Russell Tanner and children, Donald Tony, Duwayne and Melissa Bessie Russell, Charlotte Jenkins, Peggy Welch, LaDonna and Kelly Jean Welch, Mrs. Janie Marcus. The group en- joyed a cook-out, softball and volleyball. Mrs. Josephine Pipes ac- companied her sister, Mrs. Virginia Brooks of near Lan- caster, Pa., to Marion, Va.. to visit their ailing father, Mr. Norman Sheets who is 87 years old. Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Sr, has returned home after visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Jr.. and family, Quaker Town, Pa. Stanley Stiles, his sons and several other young men have been engaged in constructing a 27' x 20' bin on Woodland farm. Mrs. Calvin Boyd, her son Vaughn and his daughter Shelly and the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Mollie Boyd, all of near Gaylord, Va., were callers Monday of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. The Kabletown Church Memorial Fund has received a gift in memory of Donald Kable. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boyer of Orlando, Fla., have returned home after spending several days with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boyer and Christina. Pam Heflin, Beltsville, Md., GOURMET RESTAURANT .., GERMAN- AMERICAN SPECIALTIES v WIENER SCHNITZEL * SAUERBRATEN ,, BROILED LOBSTER TAIL ... BEEF-ROULADEN, STEAKS, FISH AND MORE! Serving your fevorlte bersge. Dining Room open Tues. thru Frl. 5.10 p.m,, Sat, 4-10 p.m., Sun. 12 noon-9 p.m. FIMhskeller Club hours: 6 p.m. tll midnight, Fo Iqeeevatm  304R?t14?S3 * Idldor redfl cords accepted Erwin & C4rol AUra " from Germany )residents of the club to join over the one hundred members and guests who are expected to attend. Please call Goidie Viana, 725-5846 if you have not as yet made your reservation. An October 7th auction is scheduled for 10 a.m. to benefit the club. and members are asked to please start collecting their "treasures". Shaunondale Woman's Club is open to all residents of the surrounding area, and those interested in joining are urged to attend the luncheon and et acquainted. Countq Current At Berkaley Park Tonight Country Current, the U.S. Navy's Country Bluegrass band will appear in concert on this evening, Aug. 31, in the War Memorial Park in Martinsburg beginning at 7:30 p.m. This is the final program of the "Summer in the Park" series sponsdred by the Berkeley County Council for the Arts- Humanities. Country Current is the only group among the military bands devoting itself to music that is strictly Americana. The group has performed at the Academy of Country Music awards show and is well known throughout the country for its style. In case of inclement weather the performance will he at the Hedgesville Hilh Auditorium. has been a house guest at the home of Donna White. Mrs. Randy Ballenger and her children, Christie. Randy, Mike and Wendy of Upperville. Va., were visitors this week at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Elmer Pipes and family. Sunday, September 3, the annual Rissler family reunion will be held at Uinta Farm, the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler. The Rev. Jeanne Alexander and her husband, the Rev. Kent Tice, have returned to their home on Uinta Farm after vacationing for a week at Nags Head. Our sympathy is extended to Mrs. Robert Brooks upon the Jeath of her father, Mr. Amiel Elliott who died Friday in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Dana Alkire has enrolled as a freshman at West Virginia University, Morgantown. James Boyer, who spent the summer vacation with his father, Mr. C. D. Boyer, Jr., has returned to the same institution for another term. i oooooooOoooo0oo ooooooooooooooooooorooooooo : SUE'S BEAUTY SALON 304 East Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. Cd (mytime f_r an appointment. 72S.796 ! OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY Walk-ins Welcomed 10%off all, DE/00IAI perms and Frostings #ri;%,lHk: Se-t 5 th " - "- ....... p._ ru :00epl. 16