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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFER8ON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1978 . t. i I iii If I I I I I "1 I I I L' KASTLE'S SUIT CLUB SEPTEMBER 9 Before Chnstmas II I I I i' II I I I  I I . .dr...A,..dk .A.  ,A fk Ak Au,. , WF'VV V'V V. V'V V " CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 k k Ak Ak Ak A Ak *- Ak K-* r .Ny Ny NV W ,qr -qv  "qp- v BIRTHDAY PARTY Darren Mosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mosley, East Congress St.., celebrated his eighth birthday by having a pizza party at his home on Saturday August 26 at 2 p.m. Little guests attending his party included the following: Robert Stocks, Mary Neal, Chris and Jennifer McCauley, Mike and Maria Ryan, Dale and Billy Jenkins, Angle and Tony Pierson, David Staubs, Ginny Ryan and Brenda Pierson. Darren enjoyed opening birthday gifts after which games were played Decorations of balloons and streamers, done by Darren's brother Steve and friends, gave a festive air to the occasion. Also dropping by to wish Darren a happy birthday were his Auntand Uncle Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryan, Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jenkins, Ranson. Refreshments were served which consisted of home baked pizzas, punch and bir- thday cake. PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. William M. Snyder, Summit Point, are the proud parents of a son born in Winchester Memorial Hospital on August 30 and has been named Kevin Nickolas. The baby weighed 8 lbs. and 11 ozs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder, Summit Point. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Willis A Shuman, Charles Town. Little Kevin is the first grandchild for both the Snyders and Shumans. The baby's mother, Mimi Shuman Snyder, is a staff member of the Bank of Charles Town. THIRD GENERATION FRIENDSHIP Charles Town; Bank of Harpers Ferry; Cliffside; Morelands, and are available from club members. As to the 80 plus model, she is a charter member and one of the founders of the club in 1915. She is also a lovely, gracious and attractive lady of 89 years young .. Mrs. (Beth) K. Kenneth Cavalier. CAMPER TOUR Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Black- ford, Bardane, have returned from a two-week motor trip through several of the eastern states. By use of a camper they were free to make many stops for tours and visiting relatives. They toured three glass fac- tories in West Va. which in- cluded Weston, The Viking in Huntington and Blenko in Milton. In Youngstown, Ohio, they visited Mrs. Charles Brundage and Mrs. Robert Guttridge, both nieces of Mr. Blackford. While in Ohio they also enjoyed seeing the Sea World. By return trip they toured the Hershey candy factory, Hershey Pa., the Museum of old railroad engines, Strasburg; the famous Longwood Gardens; the site of the Johnstown flood and the Swigart Museum of old ears. The Blackford vacation covers 1,610 miles of travel which Mrs. Blackford said they found to be educational as well as enjoyable. Comment by your reporter: Being a candybolic I'm looking forward to touring the Hershey candy factory - especially since the tourists ride in little cars instead of a walking tour. INTERESTING FAMILY Visiting the Al Hoopers while on a weekend trip to Jefferson County were Judy and Ed Reidy and their four children from Chevy Chase, Md. AI and Ed grew up together on the same street in Washington, D.C. and have maintained a close friendship all these years. Ed is'an Administrative Law Judge for the Interstate Corn- Shenandoah Woments tverhart-Koonce Nuptials Center Offedng Sedes Workshops SOCIAL-CLUB PERS?NAL PHONE. 2047 " 725 - 2046 Martinsburg, W.Va... The Shenandoah Women's Center will offer eight workshops this Fall for both women and men who are interested in such diverse subjects as money management and inkle weaving. Dinah Smith, Chairwoman of the Education Committee of the Shenandoah Women's Center said that four of the seven workshops would qualify for Cntinuing Education Units (CEU's) to be awarded by Shepherd College. "The CEU is a nationally standardized measurement and each unit represents ten clock hours of participation in a non-credit institutional program under qualified instruction," Ms. Smith said "The Shenandoah Women's Center is a nonprofit com- munity-based organization serving the needs Of all women who live in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia The workshops will be open to both women and men," Ms. Smith said. Workshops to he offered are: 1) Money Management, or How to Keep Your Money From Managing You; 2) Exploring ContemlJorary Relationships; 3) \\; Mr. and Mrs. Miss Virginia Everhart and Stafford Howard Koonce were united in marriage at half after six on Saturday, August 19, in the Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend Randall Tremba. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Herbert W. Everhart and the late Mr. Everhart of Kearneysville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Koonce of Halltown. The floral designs which decorated the church were created by Mrs. Paul E. Miller, Miss .Eleanor Knoeschel, Cincinnati, Ohio, teacher and artist, is a house guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Falconer Smith, Ben Lea, Charles Town. After Labor Day, Miss Kooeschel with the Smiths ex- pects to leave on a motor tripto Cincinnati by way of the Finger Lakes and Lake Erie. Cin- cinnatti will be returning home for both Miss Kneeschel and Mrs. Smith A third-generation friendship exists between them. Their grandparents had a close relationship, their parents had warm associations, now the third generation ladies will visit many of their friends and relatives. Friends of Betty Smith are pleased to learn of her in- teresting French background. She was born in Seattle, Washington, an only child of late-in-life parenfs. Her maiden name was Elizabeth Helmlingue. Her father Professor Charles Louis Helmlingue, born. in Alsace, merce Commission (ICC)also a The Maturing Woman; 4) Un- Colonel in the Air Force derstanding Human Behavior' Reserve. Wife Judy who is 5)Assertive Training; 6)Inkie politically and culturally min- Weaving; 7Star Gazing; and 8) tied, is also a golfer. She was especially excited over shooting a 95 last week at the Kenwood Country Club. The family get-together vacation was planned to take place before family members will he returning to school. Son Brian is a senior at Villa Nova, daughter Deidre just completed her Freshman year at Notre Dame where she played football (Intramural flag, that is) and will soon leave to pursue her studies in France.Son Bratt, 16, and sister Kara, 15, both are using their musical talents while in High School. Brett is drum- mer in a group he has just for- med call "Immunity" and Kara has studied piano for 8 years. While here, the Reidy's took in the historical paints of interest, loved the Panhandle and were especially thrilled over their Body Movement. All workshops except Star Gazing will he held at the Eastern Panhandle Mental Health Center or the Trinity United Methodist Church, both in Martinsburg. Star Gazing will he at the Rumsey Monument in Shepherdstown. For more in- formation, interested persons should contact Dina DuCoffe- Perrone at 229-3487 or Jane Burkhardt at 876-2697. L Ak,. A Ak Ak A Sk  ArK Ak A PERSONALS iv',WV Np- NF" V V "V V "V" " Mrs. Walter Carper, Sr., of Garden Place, just off Jefferson Ave., has returned to her home to recuperate after undergoing surgery in Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, August France, taught French and whitewater trip on the Potomac. Spanish at the University of Judy, hometown Spangler Washington for 33 years. Prof. Penna., says that everyone Helmlingue, this young French emigrant, became a devoted citizen of the U.S. He received the highest honors the French Government cap bestow on anyone - the Legion of Honor for his promotion in teaching of French and French customs and should take the trip at least once. Here we go again! Another Penna. Dutch recipe. This is an original wi'h me, and simple, but then I am a simple person. RAW-FRIED HASH BROWN POTATOES Peel about 4 medium size 30th. Stoq Hour Starts Saturday Ubra00j In Shepherdsk)wn September will be a fun-filled time for children attending the Saturday morning Story Hour al the Shepherdstown Public Library. for alliance work between the potatoes (one for each person). governments. He also received Slice on course slaw cutter. Pul the Palms of the French another 2 or 3 tabs. shortening, "Apple-Mania" is the theme Academy to which belong the or bacon grease, in medium size for the September 9th Story famous writers and teachers of skillet. When hot pile potatoes in Hour. The Apple War by Bernice all times, skillet pushing edges toward the Myerswill he the featured story. Mrs. Smith's parents spent center with spatula making a Children will also be playing their later years in Cincinnati cake. Turn heat down, let fry "apple" games, and each child where they now rest in Spring until crisp and brown on bottom will make an apple-puppet. Other Story Hour themes for Grove Cemetery. then tilt skillet and quickly turn September are: September 16th We are fortunate, indeed, to cake with the spatula or cake have the Falconer Smiths as turner. Continue frying until residents of our community, crisp and brown on bottom. They are highly respected and Remove to large plate and serve are held in high esteem, in pie shaped portions. Here's FASHION SHOW BY GARY the trick: Salt and popper top On WeduesdaySeptember20a only. just before turning and luncheon and style show will he again after removing to plate. If held at Cliffside Motor Inn, you mix salt through the Harpers Ferry, by members of potatoes, they will become the Harpers Ferry District watery and hard to manage. Woman's Club. At 12:30 lunch Good luck and good eating. will be se.ed after w00ch Gary Woman's Club To Moreland will act as moderator for the style show. Autumn and Fall fashions from Moreland Dry Goods and Notions, Shepherdstown, will be modeled by club members. Hdd Tea Friday The Shepherdstown Woman's' Club will hold its' annual Dues Tea at the home of Mrs. John Mrs. Mary Dalgarn, chairman ScFdey on Friday, Sept. 8th. at 2 for the project, stated that the p.m. There will be a brief models will range in age from 20 business meeting, followed fly to 80 plus and that men as well as special musical entertainment ladies are invited to attend the 'presented by several Shepherd event. College music students. Those Tickets are $6 each and may who need transportation should be purchased at Diamonds, meet at the Library at I p.m. - a movie; September 23rd - "Leaf Magic"; and September 30th - a craft-time. Story Hour is held each Saturday morning at LUMBER MILLWORK CO. (located in Leeslmrg, Va.) Has full or part- time openings for leaders and workers in their warehouse, manuf- acturing, and shipping depts. BARBER & ROSS Co. 72 S.Catoctin Circle Leesburg, Va. 22075 Flnun 1,703-777.410tl Rm** 1-7|3-471-tTOe Jr. Mrs. D. Lee Morgan, organist, presented a program of Baroque music. The bride was escorted to the altar by her brother, Herbert J. Everhart, and given in marriage by her family. She wore a sleeveless gown of faille and silk organza with a Queen Anne neckline and trimmed with Venise lace. The Baroque style skirt ended with a chapel train. Her veil of illusion and Venise lace fell from a Flemish cap. She carried a cascade of white rubrum lilies, blue delphinium, white mini- carnations and pittosporum. Her jewelry consisted diamond earrings, a gift from the groom; a diamond necklace which was a wedding gift from her father to her mother; and her mother's diamond wedding band. Miss Meredith R. Frank, of Ann Arbor, Michigan was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Mrs. Herbert J. Everhart, sister-in-law of the bride, Mrs. Daniel L. Athey, Mrs. Robert L. Kirk, and Mrs. Lige B. Miller, Jr. Miss Cammie Everhart was junior bridesmaid and Miss Roseanna Athey was flower girl, The maid of honor wore a short-sleeved lavender gown of poly Quiana wRh high bodice and scoop neckline which was 11:00 in the children's room of the library. All children ages 5 to 10 are invited to attend. The library has also received many new books this summer. One book of special interest to children ages 9 to 14 is Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson, winner of the 1978 Newberry Medal. For further information concerning activities at the Shepherds,own Public Library call 876-2783. a knit floor-length sky blue gown, and the mother of the groom chose a chiffon floor length turquoise gown Each wore a corsage of pink sweetheart roses and baby's breath A reception followed the ceremony at the McFarland House in Martinsburg. Mrs. Robert Skinner presided at the guest book. Mrs. Jerry Hockman and Mrs. Jerry Smith served the wedding cake. Mrs. David Gageby and Mrs. Gary Longerbeam greeted the guests at the door. The bride is a graduate of shepherd College and is em- ployed by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. The groom is a graduate of Monroe College of Business and is engaged in farming. Mter a wedding trip to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, the couple will reside temporarily in Kearneysville. Prior to the wedding, a miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs. Robert Skinner; a linen shower by Mrs. Paul E. Miller Jr.; a luncheon by Mrs. Pauline D. Houser at the McFarland I House; a luncheon- [miscellaneous shower by Mrs. ]Marion Blue and Mrs. Wesley I Dilley; a luncheon by Miss ]Kathryn Trussell, Miss Marie S. H. Koonce [ Trussell and Mrs. Leon Bordier; ] a picnic-gourmet kitchen shower decorted with ecru Swiss im-lbY Mrs. ,erry Smith and Mrs. ported lace The bridesmaids[ Jerry Hockman; and a surprise wore identical gowns of pink. / miscellaneous shower by Mrs. Each carriedanecrulacefan/Frank van Hilst and the adorned with rose mini-] bridesmaids. carnations and pittosporum and| A wedding morning brunch wore rose mini-carnations and| was given by Mr. and Mrs. pittosporum in her hair. ] Herbert J. Everhart at the The junior bridesmaid was] Anthony House. attired in a pink poly Quiana| A rehearsal dinner was hosted short sleeved gown which was/by the groom's parents at the trimmed with ecru lace and a- McFarland House. printed band and bow at the illatrueea waist. She wore rose mini- IWl1llllg Dudrow To carnations and pittosporum in her hair. Present Senior The flower girl's short sleeved R00,l0000al" At Shepherd gown was of pink flocked material with tucks in the bodice On September 10 at 3 p.m. the and complimented with ecru lace. She wore baby's breath in her hair. Both carried bouquets of rose mini-carnations and baby's breath with streamers. William T. Bates, of Myer- sville, Md., cousin of the groom served as best man. Ushers were William S. Everhart, brother of the bride, Wilton L. Hocken- smith, Ronald L. Widmyer, and Thomas T. Weller. Chuckie Everhart was the ring hearer. The mother of the bride chose Shepherd College. Music Department will present Melissa Dudrow, flautist, in the first senior recital of the semester. he will present the Bach Suite in B Minor, Concer in G by Quantz, sonate for Flute by Paul Hindemith, Density 21.5 by Edgar Varese, and Prokofiev's Sonata 94. Assisting her at the piano and harpsichord will he Mrs. Cecilia Frazier, Charles Town. Miss Dudrow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lester Maalox 00mber One Selling Antacid alox Everyday Discount Prices Medox, 12 oz. $1.46; 26 oz. $3.37 CHARLES TOWN PHARMACY YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W. Washington St. Downtown Charles Town FRIE CI/STOMER PAIflflNG AND NEAR ENllMNCE IN it4CK Of $1'01 mr.rnuuo,n, -.,- --""" -c"'J" IB'a' GOURMET RESTAURANT . GERMAN- AMERICAN SPECIALTIES WIENER SCHNITZEL * SAUERBRATEN BROILED LOBSTER TAIL ... BEEF-ROULADEN, sTEAKS, FISH AND MORE ! Serving your favorite Iverege. Dining Room open Tues. thru Frl. 5-10 p.m., 8at. 4-10 p.m., Sun. 12 noon@ p.m. Ratllllkeller Club hours: 6 p.m. tll midnight, Closed Fo Remreetlml  14/7S4713. Mslo msdlt  epled Th# Innkeepenl: Ervdn &  Aura from Bavm'la, O*anlmy i | Dudrow of Frederick, Maryland. A student at Shepherd for four years, she is a member of Delta Zeta Sorority, Music Educators National Conference, was a soloist with the' Concert Band and Wind Symphony, and was selected to perform in an Honors Recital in 1977. She also appears regularly as second flute and piccolo with the Frederick Concert Arts Society Orchestra. Miss Dudrow has studied flute with Dr. Thomas Silliman of Frederick, Dr. Farrell Coy of the Shepherd College faculty, and Mr. Brittain Johnson of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Yoga Classes Start J00ain September 18 Yoga classes in Charles Town, under the supervision of Mrs. Kay Lampard, will resume on Monday, September 18 at 10:30 a.m. The Peoples Bank of Armh Mae Engaged To James [ Mrs. J. Lyle EacJ Harpers Ferry is happ/  eight mi nounce the engagement |prings, C daughter, Arrah Mae U . 18,000 ac to Mr. James W. Th, sat Laurel, Missis untai'n Mrs. Lehman, a grad kes in bo Charles Town has again made! Shepherd College, is kiscientifi space on the second floor of their daughter of the late t begins building available for the Eackles, prominent  study a Ferry funeral Ulat will le sessions  l The class will run for ten AruT:unnt?:e;Sit gra td alc'?m weeks and will meet for one hour -Y, , sessions on Monday and Friday Alabama.. He is associa* for the Natmnal Park S mornings. Cost will he $25.00 . e the full course corpsmen superv|sor - -" Mrs. Lampard is well-known Harpers Ferry Job Co ll/tl_A I in this are as an outstanding its inception.. IlUUI An open cnurcn w yoga instructor. In addition to eunu -- her classes in Charles Town and planned. !or Nov_em$;'s men r w nanxsgwmg Day, a[ , o Shepherdstown, she p o "des .'Llear.i.. instruction at the Hagerstown two ,n .the Asbury /]hProv e "Y" and at the Hagerstown Method}st .t;nurca.-_int  opportun Junior College. She has also zown,,:iriVaw:t ,i:Volunte e conducted classes in Mar-coupm *'!1 . tinsbur invited to attend:__Ji ba z . e W l nt Chat h Area NEEDLERAFTS of WlNCHESTtllil0000erica, Headquarters for Winter we N E ED L i: po :NTd?aR;W ;;r-X :STITC g [ArrNNOOK YARN. JUST 25 m. ALL FOOTSTOOLS % OFF torge Selection of Needlepoint Crewel Reduced 726 BerryvHk Avou (next to Red Barn) 703 - 667 - 8606 Kathleen Bennett i I joined and Lost 101 ...and the weigh00 has been off for 3 years/ By following the Weight Watchers program and S ng weekly meetings, I lost weight and began better about myself. At Weight learned to use my head to shape. It's a great really like youmelf!" JOd lOW CHARLES TOWN Zion Episcopal Church t East Washington Street ' Tv*I. 7:30 p.m. The CALL: 72S-2694 ,.tlqr WATCHIR$" ANOAI MGIITIRIEO TRAMARKII OF INTI[ilIATIONAL. IC, MANHMIST, RY WIIGHT WATCHt[R&