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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1978 Jackson-Marshall Nuptials, MRS. B. NEAL Miss Kelly Rae Jackson and B. Neal Marshall were united in marriage at half after three on Saturday, August 19, at the Leetown Church of the Brethren. The Rev. David Moser of- ficiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Presser Tabb, 112 North West street, Charles Town. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James R Mar- shall, Jr., of Route 1, the Old Cave Road, The church was beautifully decorated with white gladiolis and bluebells. Special music included "We've Only Just Begun"; "You Light Up My Life"; and the Lord's Prayer." Escorted to the altar by her stepfather and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a traditional formal length gown of white maracaine jersey over a soft flowing taffeta lining. The bodice of the Queen Anne neckline was trimmed with white silk Venise lace and adorned with tiny white seed pearls. Matching lace completdd the yoke as short cap sleeves. Draping from an empire waistline was a crystal pleated skirt. A full sweeping Chapel length train was edged with Venise lace. Complimenting her look, the bride wore a fingertip length mantilla, elegantly edged with a double row of matching white Venise lace ......... MARSHALL Miss Colleen Murray. the bride's maid of honor, wore a floor length, light blue tier- gathered skirt with lace bodice panel trimmed in rose and blue lace. Miss Michaelle Johnson was the flower girl. The groom's attendants were James R. Marshall, Third, best man; Edward Pierce and Thomas Jackson ushers; Eric Johnson was the ringbearer. The bride's mother was at- tired in a burgundy floor-length dress with white carnation corsage. The groom's mother wore a floor-length green and white floral quiana dress with matching overcape and white accessories. The new Mrs. Marshall at- tended schools in Ohio and is employed with Heck's, Inc. of Charles Town. The groom is a graduate of Jefferson High School and also attended James Rumsey Vocational Technical School. The wedding was followed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson, 522 Wegt Washington street. After a honeymoon at Ocean City, Md., the newly weds will reside at Route 1, Box 321, Old Cave Road, Charles Town. Out-of-town guests for the wedding came from Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina. Nye Family At Mannings Church The Nye Family Singers (above) a multi- talented group, will appear in concert Sunday, September 24, at Mannings Assembly of God Church, six miles east of Charles Town on State Route 9. There will be two appearances, at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. They'll present a program that's unique and inspirational, consisting not only of their own original songs, but a puppet show featuring Harold P. Worm and Henrietta Leghorn, a presentation that's popt lar with both adults and children. The public is invited to attend. -= , _ - SUE'S BEAUTY SALON 304 E.Liberty St. Charles Town,W.Va. ANNOUNCES TWO WEEK SPECIAL Free Haircut With Any Shampoo & Set SEPT. 18 thru SEPT. 30 OPEN Monday thru Saturday Call Anytime For A00ointment W00.lns Welcomed SUE STAUBS, Owner & Operator Sept. 14- =_ _- -_-=._-_-_- -_ _-_-_-_-_-_- _-_-_-_-_- -_-_-_-_-T-_-=-. ...... Miss Louise Briscoe is a guest speaker at the Knott Nursing Home, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dillow of Mechanicstown returned home last Tuesday after a vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dillow of Waynesboro, Virginia. Lester and Charles went fishing in the Shenandoah River, at Riverside and caught a lot of fish. Mr. and Mrs. Dillow returned home early from their vacation due to the death of Mrs. Dillow's brother, Thomas Weisenburg. Mrs. John S. Ambrose is apatient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, for tests. Mrs. Ambrose is in room 1401, fourth floor. Mrs. Agnes Williams went on several distance trips this summer. Her most recent one was to visit her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gray, Ashtabula, Ohio. While there she enjoyed the ear races, family picnic at Lake Shoe Park, where she played baseball beside Lake Erie shoreline, when shopping in Cleveland. Her daughter Margaret Young and Karen Shepard were among'other overnight guests who visited in Ashtabula, and attended an afternoon brunch at Mrs. John Gray's home. Mr. Fred Briscoe has returned to his home in Florida, after a visit at Piedmont, the home of his sister, Miss Louise Briscoe. Miss Phyllis Coffman and her mother were visitors with Mrs. Anne Wilt recently, also Mrs. Bessie Jackson, Mrs. Inez Hawk, Mrs. Jessie Dillow, Mrs. Margaret Hostler, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt, Mr. Sterling Wilt, Mrs. Rosebud MeDaniel. Mrs. Annie Wilt, Mrs. Myrtle Wilt, Mrs. Nellie Oden and Mrs. Pauline Ott, visited their brother, Quinton Wilt Sunday. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 RICHARDS HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Richards received congratulations on birth of new daughter Donna Sue born on Monday September 11 at 7:15 a.m. New arrival was horn in Winchester Memorial Hospital and weighed seven pounds and nine ounces at birth. Donna Sue was welcomed home by her older sister, Angela Kay, age 5. Mrs. Richards was former Connie Jenkins and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Richards also Rippon. BAGANT'S HAVE DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Randy Bagant received congratulations on daughter Robin Lynn. She is the first child born Saturday Sep- tember 9 at 1:45 p.m. Robin Lynn weighed six pounds and ten ounces at birth. Mrs. Bagant MR. & MRS. DOUGLAS RAND On August 19 at 9:00 p.m. at Holy Trinity Church in Sharp- sburg, Md., Elaine M. Jackson and Douglas L. Rand were united in marriage by the Rev. Richard E. Neal. Those attending the nuptials include the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. William Shoub, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Harris, Ms. M. Noland and Mr. J. O'Bannon, friends of the couple. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride on the Leetown Road, with many relatives and guests present. On Sunday, September 10, at her home at Rural Retreat, Mrs. T. Viands honored the new Mrs. Rand with a bridal shower. The couple will make their home in California. was the former Ruby Pearson daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Pearson of Middleway and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagant of Halltown. Miss Robin Coates is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital having been taken there on Saturday for ob- servation and tests. Mr. Richard Kibler and Miss Eyvon Kibler of Boyce, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday a/ternoon, guests of and Mrs. Peggy Hart of Berryville, Va. Mrs. John Locke Burns Jr., and Miss Lucille Smith of Berryville, Va., were Sunday dinner guests at "Silver Springs" home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Ceravalo and family. Miss Zola Braithwaite was Friday afternoon caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austi.n Nicodemus. Mrs. Sarah Penwell has returned to her home after being a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she is now recuperating after un- dergoing surgery the first of last week. Mrs. Roy Dodson and children, Patricia "Angel" and Roy Jr., were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mount Mission and Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell of Charles Town were recently guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo and family. RIPPON GO GETTERS 4-H CLUB The Rippon Go Getters 4-H Club met on September 6 at home of Irvin and Beth Ann Propps. The main order of business was election of officers. New officers are Craig Boyd- President, Beth Ann Propps- Vice President, Irvin Propps- Secretary, David Adams- Treasurer, Michael Boyd- Reporter, Song Leaders-Ann Dunn, Clay Morris, Game Leaders-Betsy Roderick and Chrissy Payton. The club members voted to have the treasure served a 2 year term. e:term. The meeting adjourned with delicious refreshments served by Irvin and Beth Ann Propps. The next meeting will he held on October 4 at home of Vic and Ann Dunn at 7:30 p.m. Reporter Michael Boyd. Miss Velva Colleen White and little niece, La Dona Snyder were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russell and Mrs. Nannie Smallwood in Bolivar. On Sunday afternoon they called on Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smallwood and family in Bolivar. Mr. and and Mrs. Eddie Davis and son, J.D. were Monday night caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. The wings of a small hum- mingbird can beat seventy times in a second. FILM DEVELOPING ONE DAY SERVICE ON PRINTS CHARLES TOWN PHARMACY YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY 125 W.Washington St. Downtown Charles Town FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE P.EJ00 Luncheon Meeting Held In Martinsburg Sept 9 Mrs. George Dean, 1305 Park Avenue, Martinsburg, was hostess for the business meeting and luncheon of Chapter S, P.EO Sisterhood on Saturday, September 9th. Mrs. Robert Barrat assisted the hostess. Mrs. Charles Postlethwaite, Charles Town, president of Chapter S, presided at the business meeting and presented to the chapter four honored guests from Lewisburg, West Virginia: Mrs. T.C. McGuire, Organizer of West Virginia State P.EO. Chapter who was making her annual visitation to Chapter S,;Mrs. W.E. Crickenburger, President of West Virginia State P.EO. Chapter, who organized Chapter S in 1976, the first P.E.O. Chapter in the Eastern Panhandle; Mrs. W.R. Sat- terfield, President of West Virginia State P.E.O. Chapter in 1976-1977; Mrs. John D. Ar- buckle, Sr., President of West Virginia State P.E.O. Chapter in 1965-1966. Miss Susan Crickenberger, a member of Chapter O, Lewisburg, daughter of Mrs. Crickenberger, was also a guest Mrs. McGuire answered questions about various procedures in P.E.O. and gave the chapter a very inspirational address including the P.E.O. Creed and a detailed in- terpretation of the ideals of the sisterhood. Mrs. Crickenherger presented a short preview of matters expected to he con- sidered at the meeting of Supreme Chapter in Anaheim, California, in 1979. The Cottey College Chairman of Chapter S, Mrs. Peter Chak- makian, announced that an administrative assistant of the college would be in West Virginia on December 2 to meet with the chapter members, area guidance counselors and any students interested in applying for a scholarship or in attending Cottey Junior College in Nevada, Missouri. Parents of prospective students will be welcome at this meeting, also. Dr. Brokhoff, Wife Holding Services The Rev. Dr. John R. Brokhoff and his wife, the Rev. Barbara BrohkofI, will be the preachers in evangelistic services Oct. 8-11 at Grace Lutheran Church in Winchester, Va. The services, beginning at 7:30 each evening, are sponsored by Lutheran churches of Win- chester and Frederick County, Va. The public is invited to at- tend. Dr Brohkoff, a former pastor of Lutheran congregations in Virginia, is professor of preaching at Candler School of Theology, Emery University, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Brokhoff is conference evangelist in the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. Frye Reunion Held The decendants of the late Will and /Iinnie Frye held their 20th reunion at the Clearbrook Recreation Park, Clearbrook Va. on Sunday, August 27, 1978, with 74 people present. A delicious meal was enjoyed by all. A business meeting followed. Fantastic Round-Up ! SWEATERS Exciting Colors SWEATERS Great Styles And Shapes SWEATERS Values You Can't Beat ! "Get In The Swing of Fall and Make A Collection Of These Beautiful Sweaters Now And All At "the barn's" Low, A ffordable Prices Shop in a cheery country atmosphere HOURS: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. DALLY /____ CLOSED SUNDAYS IUNK|R HILL W.VA. 304-229-3388 Use your ViSA/Bank Americard, Master Charge or our convenient layaway. { I FIIO $1 Town Couple Wedded In MRS. RICHARD SCHIRMER The marrmge of Miss Jane deGruchy Alger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Knott Alger of Baltimore, Md., to Lt. Richard Saint John Schirmer, United States Air Force Reserve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gordon Schirmer, also of Baltimore, took place August 19 at the Second Presbyterian Church in Baltimore. The Rev. J. Robert Hewett performed the ceremony. A reception was held at Martin's Eudowood. Miss Susan Howard Alger was maid of honor for her sister. The bridesmaids were Miss Gret- chen Henkleman, Mrs. Jeffrey Klemm, Miss Carol McCardell, and Miss Kathleen Moore. Mr. Stephen Pfeffer was best man. Mr. Robert Schirmer brother of the groom, Mr. John Berger, Mr. Donald Rother of Philadelphia, and Mr. Rony Rozner of Staten Island, New New officers were elected: President-Brenda Zombro ; Vice-President-Scott Walker; Secretary-Carol Smith; and Treasurer-Lorna Frye. These officers will hold office for two years. Prizes were given to: Newest married-Dave and Martha Dignazio; Youngest baby-Jason Frye; largest family- Roy Frye Sr. Two door prizes were given. The adult prize went to SUsie Frye and the child's prize went to Rick and Dave Weiant. Next year the reunion will be held at Clearbrook again on the fourth Sunday in August. York were ushers The bride is the daughter of Mrs. man Howard of the late Mr. Howard, ad Kena Knott Travell of Town, West Virginia Mr. :Shirley Eldon Alger. The groom is the the late Mr. and Mrs. Saint John of late Mr. and Mrs. Schirmer of Baltimore. The bride is a ,Baltimore Lutheran School, Essex College, and the Medix Lt. Schirmer is a Baltimore Lutheran School, the University sburgh, and the Baltimore Graduate Business. Lt. and Mrs. make their home in Texas, Shepherdstown Ubrary Announ Meeting Are Announcement was week by Karen Kates librarian that the Shepherdstown Public will be open to the accordance with the law' enacted b) legislature which governmental p Board of organizations. The meetings are held the Thursday of each library at 7:30 p.m. Carletha Grant : I joined and Lost 148 ... and the weight has been off for 7 years! By following the Weight Watchers prog, ing weekly meetings, Ilost weight and better about myself, At Weight learned to use my head to change  shape. It's a great feehng really like yourself!" JOIN NOW CHARLES TOWN Zion Episcopal Church-East Washin (Parish House). Tuesday 7:30 p.m.