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Nancy ! Vows; ored ,to Roneeverte, Virgin- ia, Where they spent several days. While they visited the Green- brier Hotel at White Sulphur Springs and attended the West Virginia State Fair at Fairlea. Mr. and Mrs. Letand Shugart returned home 'last week after spending several weeks vacation- Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer ing in Mass., New York, and in and dauffhter, returned home lastOcean City, New Jersey. Sunday a er visiting from Mort- Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson and day rough " av in auuer ~daughter Sara of Warrenton, Va ___ th___~._ Fmd~ .. S o - .. ~ tide ,w ' a I vssrted ~unday with their parents ~.~s, N~_ York w~th Mr nd __~ Mrs.Herbert DuBois. Berkeley Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, andHerb were in World War II ur., near Leetown. together. Whep spen.t from friday l. M.r. and Mrs. Jack DeHart and until Sunday in Alexandria. vis- tamuy at tson va., nave oeen visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rein-i iting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb inger at their home in Middleway. and fami,ly. f Visitors over the weekend with Mr. Herman Willis, As stant Mrs. Fred Propps, Jefferson Ave. cashier at Peoples Bank, Charles were her mother, Mrs. Charles Town, is a medical patient in the Creamer, her brothers-in-law and Charles Town General Hospital, sistes, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sin. having entered there on Monday. clair, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shee- han and Vhe farmer's nephew, Miss Jeanette Pierson Charles Sinclair, all of Avon Lake, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Michaux and T0 Become Bride Oct, 2 Mrs. Estelle Baylor were recent visitors with the Misses Aldriges. Of Mr. Frederick A Jones Mr. and Mrs. Roscie Hayes, wil,1 return their home in West Newton, Mass., after Labor Day, after spending one mortth at their home, Vinton Farm, near Charles Town. Miss Nancy Miller, Washington, D. C., spent a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Mi, Her. Mrs. Howard Slonaker, 511 Lee Miss Edith Shoemaker is Bride charm of tradition in a full length water Falls, W. Va. the bride silk organza re~mbroidered gown wore a two piece pink lace suit fashioned with scalloped neck with patent lea~er accessories line, lace bodice, long tapered and a whi~efeatheredrosebud car sleeves came to a point at the sage, a gift of the groom. hand bouffant skirt and sculptur- Mrs. McKenzie is a graduate of ed hemline. The detachable chap- Harpers Ferry High School, Mr. el length train was attached at McKenzie is a graduate of Fred- the shoulders with twin bows her crick High School, served four train felled into three capatavat- and a half years in the United ing flounces of lace and re-embro- States Marine Corps, and ern#oy- tiered with scullhtured hemline, ed wRh the Potomac Edison Cam The bride completed the picture pony, Frederick, Md. with an airy bouffant veil made Following their wedding thip of heavenly queen's crown of the couple will reside on RFD 6, Diane was enrolded in the Poto- organza and lace, luxuriously trim Frederick, Md. mac State College there. reed with crystals and pearls and Out-of-town guests at the wed- Todd Reynolds Kilmer, 804 In Winches SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1966 herdstown, Miss .lulie Iturst Smith, Cousin of the bride, of Alexandria, and Mrs. James F. Adams, sister of the bridegroom, of Rocky Mount, N. C. Miss Deborah Lynn Adams, niece of ,the bridegroom, of Rocky Mount, was the flower girl. Ringbearer was Steven Hay- wood Roberson of Richmond, a nephew of the bridegroom. Mr. Roberson was best man for his son. Ushers were Garland D. Green- way, Jr., Paul R. Harvin, and Ted Putman, all of Henderson, E. William Chapman of Shepherds- town, Stanley A. Roberson, broth. er of the bridegroom, Wesley E. Kelly, and Arthur F. Beazley, all of Richmond. A reception was given by the parents of the bride following the ceremony at the George Washing- ton Hotel ' Mrs. Shoemaker, mother of the with matching accessories corsage of white chids. Mother of the Mrs. Roberson, wore a bet crepe dress with lace matching jacket, beige ies, and a corsage of pink ium orchids. For her wedding trip, Mrs erson wore a three-piece plum and rose print with accessories and a white ium corsage. She is a graduate of High School. Winchester, tended Southern Seminary Junior College, Radford and graduated from Pan icon School of Business in mond. Mr. Roberson is a Henderson High School, tended the Uniyersity of Carolina at Chapel Hill. associated with the Firestonei bride, wore a street length Prin-and Rubber Co. as office cess line dress of aqua silk crepe credit manager in IO The New Street M thodist Chu- les J. Derr of Frederick. rch Shepherdstown, Was the scene maids were Miss Jane of the marriage of Miss Patricia Shepl~erdstown; Miss Bonnie Barry L Taylor With Fleet In Mediterranean USS Shenandoah (AD-26) (FH TNC) Aug. 18 - Electrician's Mate Third Class Barry L. Taylor, US Ni , son of Mr. and Mrs. Danald D. Taylor of Rural Route 1, Harp- ers Ferry, is with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean as a crew- member aboard the destroyer ten- der. USS Shenandoah. The main function of the Shen- andoah in the Mediterra_nean is to act as a repair ship for all Navy dest$oyers in the Sixth Fleet, JOIN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL BAND NOW ROGERS --- GRETSCH -- SLINGERLAND --- & LUDWIG DRUMS I II I II II IIII i II 'Berkeley Plaza Shopping Center I PHONE 263-0073 I Music Is Great Fun.. ,Come Blow Your Horn! OR START A ROCK & ROLL BAND OF YOUR OWN \ NOW IN PROGRESS FOR | ! t FULL STOCK OF FAMOUS MAKES t t ii t urn II II Ill t I SHEET MUSIC & RECORDS I • • • • • • • • • • • • • 4 Illl • .. • • • • • • °I OI Q • • • • • Ht I t tit Y f CH.4/RLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7512 100 South George Street Charles Town, W. Va. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 725-2703 Kut 'N Kurl Beauty Salon The pretty results of a per- manent; the unexpected charm of a new hair color .. our operators are trained to bring out the best you. Mrs. Larry (Barbara) Peer Is now associated with our Shop. THAT STUNNING NEW HAIRDO CAN BELONG TO YOU ! Clarke County Sept 17 The annual fashion show of .the Clarke County Visiting Nurse Association will be held at 3:30 p. m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Rose Cottage, home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Richardson. Use The Classifieds et of yellow and white carnations wi h yellow and white streamers. Miss Darlene R. McKenzie, sis- ter of the bridegroom, was brides maid. She wore a pink and green gown identical to that of Che maid of honor's. Mr. Wayne E. McKenzie, bro. ther of the bridegroom was best man. Ushers were Mr. Gary Eug- ene Jones, cousin of the bride bow, ending in long, streamers at the back. Her headpiece was a butterfly shell veil of yellow lace and she carried a colonial bouqu- i Fashion Show In dlng were from Virginia, Penn- sylvania, Indiana, and points in Maryland and West Virginia. Prior to the wedding the bride was entertained at two miscellane ous showers given by Mrs. Blan- ohe Jones, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Elwood McKenzie, mother of the groom. She was also honor- ed at a personal shower given by Mrs. Rosemary Jones, her cousin, and Miss Carolyn V. James, her sister. tapered ruffled sleeves and trim- med with a green velvet back love-knots streamers. Miss Carolyn V. James, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She chose a yellow marshmallow flavor length gown with empire waistline, rounded neckline, long lace, a gift of the groom. She carried a colonial bouquet of white rosebuds .accepted with baby s breath and tied with long to find ways that Citizens can take some action on a local level, ff possible. The program will include Fed- eral, State and local suggestions for a model Shenandoah River, a iDeal viewpoint in plarining, water quantity and quality, fisheries val ues, soil conservation, recreation needs and pollution and silt prob- lems. Following the presentations in the morning and a luncheon there will be a question and answer her only jewelry was a pearl neck "What Shell We Do With the Shenandoah River?" the theme Town of the workshop to be held at the MrS. Page Custer of Martins- Virginia Gentleman Restaurant in burg, spen several days last week Frortt Royal on Thursday, Sep- with Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Cust- tember 15 with registration be- er and daughter. The former has ginning at 9:30 a. m. The infor. sold 'her 'home in Martinsburg, mational meeting is sponsored by and is moving into an apartment tthe V l ley Ladies and Warren in Ohafles Town. [ County Iza.ak Walton League Mr. and Mrs. James Glassford]Chapters of Warren County. and family, Annondale, Va., spent l Because the future of the Shen- uSnday with Mr. and Mrs. Guy iandoa River is basically a local H. MMler. I responsibility, the purpoge of this Miss Do’l Upright, SP/4 Larry presentation is to gain accurate Oden, Mrs. Woody Oden and" her information and facts .from the daughter, Roxaana, recently mot- different branches concerned and of Charles Town High School. The groom, also a graduate of Char- les Town High School is serving in the U. S. Army. Seminar On Shenandoah River Usage To Be Held in Front Royal Sept. 15 High street, is a medical patient in the Winchester Memorial Hos- pica,1. Lt. Robert R. Skinner, a 1964 graduate of the UnRed .States Air Force Academy and a helicopter pi lot, is now stationed in Thai- land. Kis address is Lt. Robert Skinner, F. R., 78914, Box 323, APO, San Francisco, California, 96310. He is the son of Prosecttt- ing Attorney John C. Skinner and Mrs. Margaret Skinner of Charles Place, Martinsburg and daughter, [ Ann Kave and Mr. James William ler, Shepherdstown; Miss Mrs. Wayne Whittington, 509 7.th [ Murray August 20. Anne Shirley, Inwood and Avenue, Asubry Park, New Jer-[ The bride is the daughter of Mr. Anne Mathias, Virginia sey,spent sever l, days in Canada on vacation. Mrs. Whittington vis-I and Mrs. Albert Kave, Shepherds- Va. town. The bridegroom s parents John Patrick Murray, ited last week with her parents, I are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murray, Sprlng, served as best man Mr. and Mrs Howard Slonaker[ Silver Spring, Md. brother. Ushers were, Mr. and Mr. and irs. Harvey Whitt- [ The couple were wed at 4 p.m. Kave, Jr., Mr. John Even ington, while SP/4 Wayne Whi.tt- I by the Rev. N. Bruce Kuehn!e and James Gardner, Mr. Allen ington is attending 1. B. M. School [ the Rev. Randall Parsons of Seb- Flower girls were Cindy[ at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. l astian, Fla. Keri Jo Morton, Hagerstown, MRS. DAVID JAMES McKENZIE Mr. Arthur L. Cdover returnedI The bride wore an Irish linen bearer was R. D. Reid of Iy Miss Nancy Pearl J mes, dau-l and Mr. Robert Basham, Evans- to his home on South Samuel] gown with high waistline andvi]le. , ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin [ ville, Indiana. , street last Friday after being a [ m'l ,De 'r : Ventian lace accents She wore a A reception at the chuz Elwood ,lames, Bolivar, W. Va., ] For her daughters wedding, patient in the Winchester Memor- . ................... MRS. WILBUR STEVE ROBERSON [mantilla of scalloped lace and lowed the ceremonies, a! and Mr David James McKenzie, [ Mrs. James selected a baby blue ial Hospital for two weeks. ] 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Pierson, Miss Edith Jane Shoemaker ~,own -f ivo,~ ,~ea,, ~ o-~o q'h~ I carried a cascade of white bridal were received in Fellowshi ~ 1 Mrs .... C W (Nee) Leone Bow- Bakerton, announce, the engage- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David high-rise Empire bodice was de-]roses.,, and ivy and cymbidiun . _ Thebrlde is agraduate f_i son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood lembroidered flower sheath with I ers Hamilton of Jefferson Countv I ment of thezr daughter, Jeanette • ' " ........... i James McKenzie, West Hill, Fred I white accessories and a white ~ .... ,rcnms wire wnite tros~eu tlocKeO .neru tAoHege ann teacners 'crick, Md. were united in mar-I orchid corsage. Mrs. McKenzielwill be teaching art in Seattle,] Mac, to Mr. Frederick Allen Brady Shoemaker of 424 Miller szgned wzth a sculpured neckhne, IIrapes Dana ........ r~mmentary ucnooz, J rinse, June 11, in the Gospel [ wore a three piece pink suit with I Washirtgton.. during September. Jones,. . son of Mr. and Mrs. Role- St., Winchester, Va., became the and was qnriched with appliques [ ..." ...... I • 1_ ~Cha.pel, Harpers Ferry W. Va. [ matching accessories and a white I This is the second year she has L ~gh F. Moler, Bakerton. I bride of Wilbur Steve Roberson' of hand-clipped Chantilly lace em- [ ~.vzatron oz honor was rs. nar- I crocK. The double ring ceremony was [ orchid corsage. I been invited to instruct adults [ altss 'mrson a 1965 graduate ' Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in broidered with pearls and baby : _ : _ _- .... : performed by the Rev. William I A reception was held following [ on Mercer Island in Puget Sound. 1 of Harpers Ferry High School the First Presbyterian Church in, crystals. The elbow length sleeves [ ~ ~ I 1 ~ • I • _ D. Crunkilton, of Jefferson, Md. lthe ceremony at the Harpers[ Mrs. C. W. Lloyd of Boyce, Va.1and is employed by the Bank of Winchester [were edged with wide flounce [,~ 5 F l~ t; ! A L 4 p. m. before an alter graced [ Ferry Fire Department hall. Pink [ visited Mr. a ad Mrs. George Mil-[ Charles Town. Mr Roberson is the son of Mr ' ruffle of Chantilly lace The A- I i with vases of white gladioli, back- [ and white was used as the color I ton, Jefferson Avenue, from Man- [ Mr. Jones is a 1960 graduate of' and i~irs James Allen Roberson, line princess skirt was compli. | ~[ .o ...... ~ k : ed with seven branched candelab- i scheme. The three-tiered wedding i day unti l Thursday night. [ Harpers Ferry High Schoo and of Henderson N C I mented with a renmvable chapel I monaay . "i esuay . weanesaay 1 ra and pMms white s tin bows[cake was cut by Mrs. Minno] Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smi.th[is employed by the Halltown 'The double'ring ceremony was length Court train, edged withl --.ONLY--- I_ | marked the family pews and a[ Jones and was served by Mrs.land Mrs. Dora Pickard of Athens,[ Paperboard company. [performed by the Rev. James R. a wide border of Chantilly lace,[~ '--A.~*# ...--. . .., i white aisle carpet was used.I Louise Brown, aunt of the bride, I Ohio, spent several days this/ . An open church wedding is Jackson and the aev. G. Raymond which flowed from a self-fabric l RI lilly I'IIH! = • • I 2 tr r Mrs. Madeline Young, Fred- [ and Mrs. Blanche Jones, aunt of week with Misses Aldrid~e / pmnned for octooer 2, 1966 at Womeldorf before an altar decor- i DOW at the back neckline. [ ~ v~n ~VtUb #.~v ~.5 . d~li~ crick, Md. was organist. She pre-[the bride. Serving at the punch Miss Grace Stonesffer ancl Miss[6:30 p. m. in the Bakerton Metho-[ated with graduated candelbral Miss Karen Stinson of Win-[ U AiD PIITf 1 rift l,., and urns of white chrysanthe- chester was maid of honor, Mrs n • • • sented a program of traditional i bowls were Miss Lois Mower and Francina Stonesifer have return-] dist Church. I ...... ,. I{[ 1lid1 t, UIJ low " % nttptial music and accompanied[ Mrs. Rosemary Jones, cousin of from a visit to Cape May and|M|ee llC n [ William J. Skeat, dean of Shen- was matron of honor, ii [r xperiencea uperamrsumy) Rev. James Wolfe, Frederick, Md.|the bride, ed to their home on Mildred St.[ _ _ I mum, mums and gladmh. Wflham Fhnt of Waynesborol ........ who sang Because, I Love YouJ At ~l)e gift table was Mrs. Lou- Wfldwoed, New Jersey. They] ~'~ ~ ,,~u~,mnum vun wTumv~, ] andoah COnservatory of Mbsic in T, he bridesmaids were Miss] - VIRGINIA I . L'TY SHOP Truly", and "The Lord's Prayef.[ is '9"tftheg(aunt of the bride, and were accompanied by Col. and/ • • .. e • z ] Winchester played the traditional Jayanne Ha im s , of ,Winchester, IR U+r..+ ':', "Phone 725 5414 Emorted to the alter on the[ Mrs. Charlotte J. James, sister-in- Mrs. L. A: Garvin and daughter, mr, n0ugn m nuren , wedding nmsic, i Mrs. Robert R. Smith III of Char-IK .... "* ....... "-- " arm of her father, and given in[law of the bride, assisted at the June, as they visioned Lou Garvin " The bride, given in marriage les Town, Mrs. E. William Chap-[8 Charles Town, West Va. marriage by her parents, Miss] guest book who is spending the summer at Dj& Im by her father, wore a full length man, cousin of the bride, of Shep-[ James exemplified the beauty and[ For a wedding trip to Black- Wildwood, acting as life guard ii nl WillIGlll} ll on the beach. Col. Garvin and --- i i / family will. return this week to' Mr. and Mrs. John P. 0tt of Maxwell Air Force Base where he Ranson announce the marriage of their daughter, Susan, to Mr. will resume his duties as Com- mandant of the Air Force College. Charles Hugh Hough, son of Mr. Miss Francina. Stonesffer will and Mrs. Joe Hough, Sanford, Fla. leave Sunda r for three points in The marriage took place on the New England States where August 19, at 7 p. m. at the Meth- she Will be employed as Field odist ChurCh in Williamsport, Representative for ,the Navy Re- Maryland. lie Society. The pastor, Charles A. Michael Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller, performed the double ring cere- Jr., and daughter Diane, spent many in the presence of two wit- Monday in Key ser, W. Va. where nesses, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cain. | . The bride is a 1966 graduate