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B SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1978 Granddaughter Of Local Reside m Weds Sept. 9 Miss Leslis Elisabeth Stokes, daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Thomas Murray Stokes, Jr. of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, became the bride of Staff Sergeant Richard Clark Waller, Jr., USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark Miller of Dublin, California, Saturday, September '. 9 in the Protestant Chapel; Camp Lejeune. Chaplain Roy O. Swift officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the grand- daughter of Mrs. Arthur Glover and the late Mr. Glover, South Samuel Street, Charles Town; and Vice Admiral (Retired) and Mrs. Thomas Murray Stokes of "Mt. Hammond" near Charles Town. Col. Stokes gave his daughter in marriage. She wore her mother's wedding gown of camellia white dehistered satin fashioned along simple lines with a low, rounded neckline handed with Alencon lace and a yoke of bridal illusion. The gown's fitted bodice, buttoned down the hack, was emphasized by a deep V-point in front and long, tight sleeves pointed over the hands. The full, sweeping SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONAL PHONE: 2047 or ] Tina Miller Matysuk-Myers Nuptials Held And Raymond August 12 In Berryville, Va. Hartlove Wed .e*en .00ry o* ,o w,i00 Miss Tina Miller and Raymond Brent Hartlove were united in marriage at 4:00 o'clock Sunday t Sept. 17, at The Calvary Assembly of God Church in Ranson. The Rev. William P. Reed officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Miller, skirt culminated in a cathedral Shenandoah Junction, the groom train. The bride's fingertip veil is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen of illusion was attached to a HartloveiShenandoah Junction. juliet cap of Alencon lace. She The church was decorated carried a cascade of white roses with variegated carnations and and ivy. gladiolis. Miss Nancy Wilkerson of Special organ music was Albany, Georgia attended the provided by Mrs. Daniel Hen- bride as maid of honor. Gowned dricks. in a full length dress of rare cognac silesta knit featuring a blousan bodice with split sleeves, she carried an arrangement of dried flowers tied with brown velvet ribbon. i Bridesmaids were Miss Lisa Elliot, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, and Miss Leslie Laury of Atlanta, Georgia. They wore dresses and carried bouquets identical to that of the honor attendant. Mr. Waller served as best man Dolly Madison Garden Club In Interesting Meeting September 7 The Dolly Madison Garden Club met Thursday 7 at the home of Mrs. Mike Perkins with Mrs. Robert R. Smith, III, co-hostess. Mrs. Harry Barker introduced the guest speaker for the evening, Mrs. Vesta Van Meter of Martinsburg. Lovely slides taken by Mrs. Van Meter of award winning arrangements at various flower shows in Jef- ferson County and throughout the state were shown. The members enjoyed seeing some of their own arrangemenls on the slides, and found a wealth of creative ideas expressed in the floral designs. Mrs. Harry M. Kable, president, conducted over the business meeting. Members were reminded of the Shenan- doah Potomac Garden Council District meeting to be held Sept. 26 at Cliffside Motor Inn in Harpers Ferry. Registration will begin at I0 a.m. followed by the business meeting, social hour; luncheon and program. Mrs. Robert Skinner and Mrs. Robert Smith, lit, will prepare an exhibit for the District meeting. Mrs. Roger Perry was ap- pointed to serve on the House and Garden Steering Committee for the Shenandoah - Potomac Garden Council. Mrs. Robert Skinner presented a money making project for the club's approval. It was decided to sponsor a trip to Marjorie Meriweather Posts' Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a full length gown of white polyester with delicate pink rosebuds throughout. The bodice and full length sleeves were of white lace. A band of baby's breath adorned her hair. The bride also wore a watch belonging to her great-grandmother. Miss Bridget Smith was the maid of honor. She Wore a full length gown of light blue for his son. Thomas Stokes, III organza trimmed in white lace. and Christopher Stokes, The grooms attendant was brothers of the bride, served as Kevin Wilt. groomsmen to Sgt. Wailer. The bride's mother was at- A reception was held at the tired in a beige full length dress home of the bride following the with a'bndice of floral trim, and ceremony, a corsage of white carnations. After a brief honeymoon in . The groom mother wore a North Carolina, the couple will pink floral, full length dress and reside in Jacksonville, North a corsage of white carnations. Carolina. Mr. Hartlove is employed by Molers Sunoco Service Center, Charles Town. The wedding was followed by a reception at the home of the bridek parents. The couple will reside in Shenandoah Junction. titled "Jackson Mill," a free form design using fresh plant material, received a yellow ribbon for Mrs. Ken Akers, Mrs. home in Washington, D.C. on May 23, 1979. This extraordinary Jack Huyett and Mrs. Hank home is now open to the public Jovanelly. For the individual general and contains one of the most arrangement, "Page Jackso extensive collections'of fine china and crystal, paintings, Solar Energy School," an'in- furnishings and art objects to be terpretative design for teachers found in the world. Elaborate desks at the new school, Mrs. Harry Barker received a blue gardens surround the estate, ribbon; Mrs. A.D. Peters red: The tour is limited to 25 persons and tickets will be sold at a later Mrs. Douglas Rockwell, yellow; date which will include tran- Mrs. James Bayard, white. sportation and admittance to the The following members received ribbons for horticulture home. The Rosette Junior Garden Club, consisting of daughters of Dolly Madison members in grades 3-6, will have its first meeting of the year. Members, assisted by Mrs. Harry Barker and Mrs. Joan Moler, will plant a new dogwood tree at the Charles Town Post Office. Members of the Dolly Madison Club work with the Special Education students of Page Jackson and Wright Denny Schools on a monthly basis by visiting the classroom and doing gardening projects with the students. Since no windows exist in the classroom at Page Jackson Solar $ool, members voted to purchase a grow-light for the room so that plant growing could be enjoyed by the children. Mrs. Van Meter served as judge for the artistic arrangements and horticulture specimens. Flower Show Practice, en- Ah" Step's taioTed rl sandal rorae into t own with SOft spot! dresses and [eminine Fall suitings. Featuring supple, pleated tealher ] and a Irim, lightweight heel, here' a ] definitive fashion icce.ory for Ihe Ieuon's [ latest looks . .13l- Srow.- Stuck Ill N, specimens: Mrs. Robert R. Smith', III, 7 blues, 6 reds, 4 yellows and 1 white; Mrs. Hank Jovanelly, 2 blues, 5 reds, 3 yellows and I white; Mrs. Harry Barber, 3 blues and 2 reds; Mrs. James Bayard, 6 reds; Mrs. Roger Perry I blue and 1 red; Mrs. Harry Kable, I blue. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Smith following the meeting. Not Tlmt Wife.-I have a surprise for you, dear: there soon will be another in our family. Hubby--My angel. Are you sure? Wife-Yes, i just sot a wire  from mother that shes' coming to live with us next week. SUE'S Winchester, Va., and Daniel Edward Myers of Charles Town were married August t2 in an evening wedding at the Keystone Baptist Church in Berryville, Va. Pastor M. Eugene Burge of- ficiated for the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Pare Sprecher, organist, accompanied Miss Jennifer Lambert who sang Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us, O Perfect Love, and Because. The bride's guardians are her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Sanford, of Berryville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Myers, 801 Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town. The bride was given in marriage by her sister and brother-in-law. She wore a white eyelet gown with a chapel train, made by her sister, added a finger tip veff, and carried a nosegay of white roses. Donna Borg was maid of honor; Bridesmaids were Lisa Hughes, cousin of the bride, and Sandy. Myers, sister of the groom, with Leona Sanford niece of the bride, flower girl. The honor attendant and flower girl wore gowns of white eyelet with small pink floral the bridesmaids were with small lavender floral print. Each carried a nosegay of carnations tipped in pink or lavender. Serving as best man for his son was Eugene Myers; ushers were Gary Myers, brother of the groom, and Robert May, Jr.; while James Sanford Third was ring bearer. The sister of the bride chose a long dress and a corsage of pink tipped carnations for her outfit. The groom's mother wore a long, three-piece light blue print crepe creation and carried a corsage of blue tipped car. nations. A reception followed the ceremony in the church fellowship hall. The bride was graduated from Boose High School, Evansville Ind., in 1976. She attended Keystone Christian Academy Berryville, Va., for two years. The groom graduated from Jefferson High School in 1976 and is employed by Fedder's Corporation, Walkersville, Md. The couple will reside at 801 Jefferson Avenue in Charles Town. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were from Indiana Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Jefferson Garden Clubs At Jefferson County Fair Once again the Jefferson Council of Garden Clubs sponsored the flower show at the Jefferson County Fair.. The Potomac Garden Club of Shepherdstown did a beautiful job .of staging the show, titled "Summer Glory," under the chairmanship of Mrs. Thomas Hastings and Mrs. Herbert Cowan. The council and Potomac Garden Club extend their thanks to all those who participated and made this possible. There were a total of 14 entries in the hor- ticulture department and the following, are the ribbon win- hers. Blue ribbon winners: Mrs. Carl Merchant, Mrs. William Wheatly, Mrs. Linn Sheetz, Mrs. Edna Kisner, Mrs. Fred Hosfield, Mrs. Richard Fulcher, Mrs. Hugh Caperton, Mrs. Marie Edsall, Mrs. Fran Johnson, Mrs. Josephine Bratina, Mrs. Bess Malay, Mrs. Frances Owens, Mr. Robert Edsall, Mrs. Marie Edsall, Mrs. Vicki Rudacille, Mrs. Nancy Swartz, Miss Brenda Swartz, Mrs. Vera Baumgardner. Red ribbon winners: Mrs. Carl Merchant, Mrs. Linn Sheetz, Mrs. William Wheatly, Mrs. Hugh Caperton, Miss Patsy Griffin, Mrs. Fred Hosfield, Mrs. Vicki Rudacille, Mrs. Kay Jovanelly, Mrs. Gall Graves, Mr. John James, Miss Brenda Swartz, Mrs. R. Saylor, Mrs. Vera B:laingarda', "Mrs. Anr Groves, Deborah Mehrkam, Mrs: IW/die Edsall, lVlrs. Nancy Swartz. Yellow Ribbon Winners: Mrs. BEAUTY SALON 304 E.Liberty St. Charles Town,W.Va. Betty Griffin, Mr. Robert Ed- sall, Mrs. Car[ Merchant, Mrs. Fred Hosfield, Mrs. Linn Sheetz, Mrs. William Watley, Mrs. James Bovard,"Mrs. Vicki Rttdacille, Mrs. Vera Baumgardner, Mrs. Betty Griffin, Mrs. Minerva Wright, Mrs. Nancy Swartz, Mrs. Kay Jovanelly, Mrs. Bill Wheatly, Mrs. Edna Kisner, Carol Groves, Miss Barbara Bratina, Mrs. Josephine Bratina, Grace Pankow. White Ribbon Winners: Mr. Hugh Caperton, Mrs. Betty Griffin, Miss Patsy Griffin, Mrs. Edna Kisner, Mr. Hank Jovanelly, Mrs. Kay Jovanelly, Mrs. Yera Baumgardner, Mrs. Nancy Swartz, Mr. Fred Hosfield, Gaff Graves, Mrs. Fred Hosfield, Mrs. Vicki Rudacille, Mrs. Jean Griffith Mrs. Ann Groves, Catherine Elliott, Charlotte Kisner, Mrs. Edna Kisner. In the Inter-Club arrangements called "Reflections from the Garden," the blue Ribbon winner was the Shenandoah Olub, Wayside Garden Club won a red ribbon :Dolly Madison Club a yellow, Potomac Club and Shenandoah Club both won white ribbons. The Best in Show Award went to Mrs. Linn Sheetz and the Sweepstakes Award was given to Mrs. Vera Baumgardner. ANNOUNCES TWO WEEK SPECIAL Free Haircut With Any Shampoo g Set .f SEPT. 18 thru SEPT. 30 OPEN Monday thru Saturday Call Anytime For Appointment Mrs, Homer Martin, State Regent V or Bee Line Mrs. Homer P. Martin (left), State Regent for the Daughters of the American Revolution, is shown going over some of the plans for a state conference in October at Harpers Ferry. With her is Mrs. C.W. Hamilton (second from left), state chaplain; Mrs. C.WE. Moore, (third from left), past vice-president general; and Mrs. Walter King (right), state historian. Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Moore represent Bee Line Chapter; Mrs. King, Pack Horse Ford Chapter. Bee Line Chapter, NSDAR, was honored to have the State Regent, Mrs. Homer Martin, as speaker at the September meeting at the home of Chapter Regent Mrs. Joseph Groves. Mrs. Martin spoke on "New Patterns of Action . . ." in NSDAR. A film strip was shown which made clear the ac- complishments of this patriotic organization. The DAR schools, the Heritage Rooms (furniture by each State) and the museum in Continental Hall, the Genealogical Records Library, the finest of its kind which may be used by the public and the solemn and thrilling opening night of the Continental Congress when the huge flag of this United States is unfurled, were on the film. Mrs. Martin also enlightened the Chapter about the coming October 19, 20 and 21 state conference at Harpers Ferry. Bee Line is one of the hostess chapters from the eastern district. Reservations for must be made in advance. Mrs. Frank Humston is ticket chairman for meal reservations. She urges early response. A report from the Trustees of St. George's Chapel was given by Mrs. C.W. Moore. Mrs. Lyle Tabb, chairman of Constitution Week, said that publicity had been attended to with pictures in The Spirit of local Mayors declaring the Week, and four radio stations giving spot an- nouncements. Great emphasis is put on flying the flag of our country from dawn till dusk, especially the week of the 17th. The national defense chair- man, Mrs. Eleanor Wilson, made us aware of our duty to inform ourselves and vote in accordance with our conscience. After making it clear the defense is endangered. Year books were distributed by Mrs. Hazel Murphy to those who paid their dues. Mrs. Murphy, as Vice-Regent, is automatically program chairman and she also assisted Mrs. Groves in serving, since Mrs. Louise Ramey is ill. There were delightful refresh- ments during the serving of which each member had the privilege of speaking with the state regent. Members wishing to make For DISCOUNT ON Health g Beauty Aids, Cosmetics, Film, Jewelry, And Pet Supplies It's ................ CHARLES TOWN PHARMACY YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY Walk-Ins Welcomed -;in'v7 _/125 W.Woshington St. SHOE CENTER SUE STAUBS, Owner & Operator Downtown Charles Town 31 W. Washinx, ton SI. CHARLES ?OWN.W.VA. m.,s.,m FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE PHONE: 725-7961 reservations for meals during I the state conference may callt one of the following:Mrs. Joseph: Groves, Mrs. C.W. Moore, Mrs. Frank Humston:: Mrs. Emory Kable or Mrs. C. W. Hamilton for information. Women Of Moose Enrollment Meeting On Sept. 12th the enrollment meeting of the Women of the Moose Chapter No. 1028 was called to order by Marie White due to illness of Senior Regent Pearl Dean. The chairman for this meetin Carroll Taylor and her com- mittee Betty Fuller, Kay Landon and Joy Latham presented a "blow dryer" for their com- Scott Benjamin Dill0 Lancaster, Pa. spent the week with his grandparent and Mrs. Luther Dillow Avenue, Ranson. Miss Gladys Brown, tinsburg, W.Va. spent weekend with her broth( sister-in -law. Mrs. Cherie Dillow and ,, Scott, Steven and Sha Lancaster, Pa. and Mrs. C Brown of Hagerstown, visited with Mr. and M1 Dillow on Tuesday. Miss Annie Diehl, Town spent Sunday with brother and sister-in-law, and Mrs. Charles Brown. Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Dillol sons of Lancaster, Pa. with Mr. Dillow's parents, and Mrs. Lu[her Dillow, Avenue, Ranson, last Mr. and Mrs. David Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mrs. Virginia Pierce, and Mrs. Robert Bluefield, W.Va. Thursday viewed the Bridge. Visiting with Mrs. Peer this and Mrs. Roy Swartz and and Mrs. Harry Hess of caster, Pa., and Mr. andl Robert Hackman and of Litiz, Pa. mittee plan. This project conducted for the "Photo Christmas Card" for our child city and "Moosehaven" residence for Senior Citizens the Scholarship Fund. New enrollee's at this were Betty Fraley, KnEll, Patricia Painter, Peterson, and Betty Before the meeting journed a gift of a bracelet bearing the Emblem of the Women Moose was presented to Publicity Chairman. ments were served an meeting was adjourned 26th. 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