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| 4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1978 Celebrate Golden Anniversary On Saturday, September 23, at 4:30 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a steak dinner at Cliffside Motel, given by their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Van- Camp of Morgantown. The hall was beautifully decorated with cut flowers. There were numerous gifts from friends. Mrs. Fleming received in a' green pleated dress and wore a corsage of white carnations. Mr. eming had a boutonniere of carnation. The anniversary cake was decorated in gold. Mrs. Fleming, tlle former Miss Gladys Stephens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Stephens; and Zack Fleming, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fleming, were married September 22, 1928, in Hagerstown, Md., by the Rev. Scott R. Wagner, Reformed minister. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming are the parents of two children, Mrs. Gregg (Deanie) VanCamp of Morgantown and Zack Fleming, Jr., Berlin, Germany. They have three grandchildren. There was a tape recording from the Flemings in Berlin, a real surprise. The,'ll be Shannondale Garden Club To Host Live Flower Workshop A workshop involving the arrangement of Live flowers will be conducted by the Shan- nondale Garden Club on October 3, at 11:00 a.m. at the Shan- nondale Club, Ltd., Clubhouse. Mrs. Paul E. Miller of Shepherdstown, W.Va., will provide the instruction. Mrs. Miller is generally regarded as an expert in this area, is currently approaching com- pletinn of the requirements for certification as a judge for flower shows. Because of her expertise, this workshop looms as an exceptional vehicle for both fledgling and experienced flower students to gleam ex- cellent benefits from this session. This workshop is open to everyone, both participants and observers. Refreshments will be served and a nominal charge to cover the expenditure will be assessed participants. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Mrs. Kay Hecker at 725-4012 by September 30, 1978. Celebrating 50th Annivmary Oct. 13- The children of Mark and Juanita Horn have issued an: invitation for everyone to celebrate with them the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents. An open house will be held Friday, October 13, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., at the Cliffside Motor Inn at Harpers Ferry. returning to the states ir December in time for Christ- mas. Friends who helped celebrate the anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Snyder, Mar- tinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Horn, Bakerton; Mrs. Floyd Owens, Mr., Mrs. James S. Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allen, Bakerton; Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Bush, Charles Town; Mrs. Raymond Woodard, Mrs. George Marlow, Federal Hill Farm; Paelo Russco, Milan Italy, and the Van Camps. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fleming were honored again at the L eetown United Methodist Church. There was a reading by Mrs. Howard Sagle, several poems by the children, and a solo, "I Love You Truly" by Mrs. Gene Starliper.. The table in the Sunday School room was decorated with flowers and wedding bells. Refreshments were served and gifts presented. Scott VanCamp took pictures at Cliffside Motel and Monte Stuckey was the photographer at the church. Mr. Fleming, although retired, still does some driving for Dixie-Marco. GTE Asks How Do You Rate Phone Service? State Chiropractic How is your telephone ser- Fellowship To Be vice? General Telephone Co. wants to know. A community meeting will be held at 7 p.m. October 3 at the Jefferson County Civic Center Auditorium on North Samuel Street in Charles Town, to discuss telephone service provided by General Telephone Co., Calvin J. McGehee, Charles Town district service manager has announced. The public is invited to attend. "We encourage residential and business customers to at- tend this meeting and help General Telephone Company identify service problems, as well as forecast future telephone needs in the area," McGehee said. "We are interested in ob- taining more customer input. If there are problems, we want to know about them so that they may be corrected. The i)urpose of the community meeting is to improve our customer relations so that General Telephone Company can become more sensitive to the needs and desires of customers," McGehee added. Community meetings on telephone service will be held throughout the company's West Virginia operation during the month of October, according to John C. McKinney, West Virginia-Virginia division vice president and general manager for General Telephone Co. SALE! SAVINGS of 25% to 50% ON THE CHOICEST ANTIQUE Washstands, Wardrobes, Tables, Sideboards & Accessories from lnglad. 1|4 |.Wed St 10 e.m. -- $ p.m. CI Tmm,W.Yn. Phone 725 - 3046 SOCIAL-CLUB LMrs.:Agn-. Williams, So PERSONAL George Street, Ranson, W.Va.  PHONE: 2047    i Wednesday. In the evening she visited her son-in-law and - OF "   daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace 725.2046 i art of Halltown. She was sur- / "-   " /refreshments following prised when a whoWere birthday helped served celebrate cake and to the ,i: i:: her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. " Michael Ott, Walnut Grove, Mr.  / s / Former Leetown Resident Wedding Date ]andMrs. StephenOtt, Halltown, Mrs. Donald Haines and / .::. daughter Misty Ann, Orchard (: Weds. In Eatontown, N.J. Announced For The wedding of Kathy Ann Zadorozny and Glenn Lyle Hoffman, Jr., was solemnized at St. Dorothea's church in Eatontown, New Jersey, at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 22, with the Rev. Jerome Nolan of- ficiating. The white marble altar of the strikingly modern church was decorated with baskets of yellow and white mums and daisies for the simple and dignified ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, William Za. dorozny, was attired in a two- pzece gown ot ott-wlllte eyelet embroidered cotton, and delicate sprays of stephanotis and baby's breath encircled a knot of her hair braided high on her head. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, stephanotis and baby's breath. Alice Zadorozny, cousin of the bride, served as maid of'honor. She was gowned simply in aqua polyester with a design of flocked daisies and carried a bouquet of yellow daisies matching the spray of flowers in her hair. The best man was Bruce Tow, a college friend of the groom, from Evansville, Indiana. The program of organ music slected by the groom was played by his brother, James Hoffman A Toccata by Frescobaldi opened the service, followed by: Bach's Prelude in C major as the wedding march. The Bach chorale setting, Kommst Du Nun, Jesu, van Himmel herunter, followed the ring ceremony, and the F major Toccata by Bach completed the service. Mrs. William Zadorozny, mother of the bride, wore a gown Held At Cliffside The West Virginia Straight Chiropractic Fellowship will be! holding its annual fall seminar in Harpers Ferry at the Cliffside Motor Inn on November 4 and 5th. Dr. George Rullo, from Charles Town, who is serving as the Chairman for the con- vention, says that this is the first time a major chiropractic seminar will be held in this part of the state. Chiropractors from West Virginia, Maryland, Penn- sylvania, Virginia, New York and New Jersey will be in at- tendance. Dr. Joseph F. Donofrio, Chairman of the Board of Trustees at ADIO Institute of Straight Chiropractic in Penn-. sylvania will be the keynote speaker. Dr. Rullo is planning for a highly successful seminar of aqua satin knit with a corsage of crimson sweetheart roses. The groom's mother, Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, wore pastel print voile over a pale pink underdress, with a corsage of matching pink sweetheart roses. Following the wedding, a buffet dinner was served in the garden of the Zadoronzny home. Guests were seated at small round tables under a canopy, and the yellow-and-white color scheme was carried through in the decorations. Small pots with cuttings from spider plants from the host's extensive collection of hanging plants were presented to the guests as favors. Music, emphasizing Ukrainian folk songs and dances, was provided after dinner by three cousins of the bride, Richard Malke, ac- cordian, Nick Bezpalyi, guitar and balalaika, and" Andv Zadorozny, drums. Out of town guests included the groom's family, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Hoffman and James from Stuttgart, Arkansas; Dr. Pamela Hoffman of Bridgeport, Connecticut; Miss Becky Half- man and her fiance, Todd Craig, from Middletown, Connecticut; Dr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Wilson from Baltimore, Maryland; and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bezpalyi, from Ontario, Canada. Pre-wedding festivities in- cluded a surprise miscellaneous shower given by Alice Zadorozny, and the rehearsal dinner hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman are at home in Ithaca, New York, where both are graduate students at Cornell University. The Hoffman family lived in Leetown until recent years, and Mr. Hoffman graduated from Charles Town High School. Local Artists. Display Works. In Charleston CHARLESTON -- Sixteen Jefferson County artists have something to say about their county -- and the Jefferson County Arts Council, by pur- chasing the resulting works for its permanent collection, have encouraged them to say it. Currently on display in the lobby and balcony exhibit areas of The Cultural Center, Charleston, the 40 Jefferson County works encompass such areas as photography, sculp- ture, silkscreen, painting, textiles, pottery and pewter. Participating artists include Dow Benedict, Shepberdstown, etching; Farrell Coy, Shepherdstown, musical composition; Lawrence Crouse, Kearneysville, furniture; Carl Degan, Jr., Harpers Ferry, photography; Leone Hamilton, Kearneysville, oil; Coleen Martha A. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Shirley M. Hunt, 428 South Samuel Street, Charles Town, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Martha Ann, to Victor Lee Kidwell of Ranson. Miss Hunt, a 1978 graduate of Jefferson County High School, is currently employed in the tax department of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. The groom-to-be, the son of Mrs. Robert Lee Kidwell and the late Mr. Kidwell, graduated from Jefferson County High School in 1975 and is employed in construction in Leesburg, Virginia. An open church wedding is planned for Sunday, October 15, at three o'clock in Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town, West Virginia. Kemp, Shepherdstown, acrylic; Don Miller, Harpers Ferry, pewter; Georgia Lee McElhaney, Shepherdstown poetry; Reynolds Parziale Kearneysville, pottery; Marianne Pernold Connell Charles Town, photography; Evalina Stowell, Harpers Ferry, silkscreen; Walton D. Stowell Harpers Ferry, wood; Margaret Strider, Shepherdstown, textile; Diana Stutenfield, Shepherd- stown, pencil drawing; Holice Turnbow, Shepherdstown quilting; and Cathy C. Wilkin Harpers Ferry, painting. In many of the works, the artist expresses his feeling for Jefferson County. Don Miller pewtersmith, included with his work the sentiment, "i.. I chose to live in Jefferson County 14 years ago because of the natural beauty... FOr this exhibit I have created a teapot which represents my joy with Jef- ferson County and West Virginia. May the beauty of Jefferson County last as long as this teapot!" The exhibit will be on display through October 31. Hills. Members and friends of the AARP of Jefferson County en- joyed a bus trip to Pa., on Tuesday, September 19th. They enjoyed breakfast in Cham- bersburg, and shopping for several hours. They then visited the National Shrine of Mother Bee Line Chapter, NSDAR, of! SeatonatEmmittsburg, Md. and Charles Town proudly presents had dinner in Frederick, the name of Mary Alice Moore Maryland, before returning Lemen to be considered for the home. title of "Outstanding Junior Illinois Girl, Locally Known, Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. John Coolidge, of Wheeling, Illinois, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Deborah A. Coolidge to Mr. James R. Crane, Jr., of Palatine, Illinois. Miss Coolidge is the grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comer and the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chambers, all of Ranson. Shannondale Woman's Club Holds Meeting The Shannondale Women's Club started its Fall season with a gala luncheon September 7, marking the tenth anniversary of the club. Honored guests were Mrs. Irene Johnson and past- presidents Alam Deaner, Dola Edwards, Connie Gribbin, Janet Willette, and Margaret Willoughby. Unable to attend was Marilyn Allmond who now resides out of state. The Club, which numbers over 100 members, sponsors and supports various projects which benefit agencies and institutions such as Shepherd College, Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Jefferson County schools, the Old Opera House, and the local fire companies. Membership is open to any resident of the mountain community and those wishing to attend the next meeting on Thursday, October 5, are asked to call Goldie Viana at 725-5846 for reservations. Carolyn Snyder, the gover- nor's representative in the Panhandle region will be the speaker for the 11:00 a.m. meeting, October 5. Members of the Club are enjoying being back in the newly reopened Shan- nondale Club, and President Ruth Simmons promises that another delicious lunch will be served. Saturday, October 7, the Club will sponsor an auction, flea market and bake sale starting at 10:00 a.m. at the Shannondale boat dock. Please call Anne Hickey, 725-9101, if you need assistance in getting your donation to the auction site. Agnes Thomas, chairman of the event will have signs posted both at the Mission Road entrance and at the Shannondale gate to point all auction lovers in the right direction. Lunch will be available and the public is cordially invited to attend. Member of West Virginia." Mary Alice has been a member of Bee Line since 1967 and has served the chapter in many capacities. Her first office was that of historian which she held for two terms. During this period she encouraged par- ticipation in the history essay writing contests in the schools and on several occasions had the students appear at chapter meetings to read their essays. During the Bicentennial year she arranged for speakers to talk to two schools on American Heritage. Every February she bad outstanding speakers to talk on American history to the chapter. Mary Alice is now serving as chapter chaplain. On the state level, Mary Alice has served nine years as ticket chairman for the West Virginia state parties held in Washington each year during the Continental Congress. She is currently holding this office. She is also chairman of sales for the junior membership committee. Mary Alice was personal page for her mother during the DAR Congress and had the honor of holding the state flag as Mrs. Moore gave her State Regent's report. She attends as many of congress, state, di, ptrict and chaper meetings as she can fit into her schedule. Mary Alice is a member of the Jefferson County Historical Society, Antique Car Club of America, and the Elk Branch Presbyterian church where she assists husband Jim with his job as church treasurer. She is very active in the P.T.A. where she 00.nue 40"00. Ceramics ,ewe00 FILM Walk Into A New World Of Miniature Replicas-All Done In DEVELOPING Color and Exciting Ceramics By Mr. & Mrs, John Hough ONE DAY SERVICE At Ranson's Newest Business ,ON PRINTS Enterprise You Can Get an CHARLES TOWN Early Start On Your Christmas PHARMACY Shopping by visiting The YOUR DISCOUNT SIXTH AVENUE PHARMACY 125 W. Washington Street CERAMICS Downtown Charles Town FREE CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF STORE nor served as secretary for federal funding program South Jefferson School. Alice is also a Member of Magna Dames. Mary Alice was born 1944, the third child daughter of Mr. and William Her mother, Florence past vice president general West Virginia and State Regent. After High School, Mary ,Alice tinued her education at Sorbonne in France. she was employed for a time by Lord & Washington before to James H. Lemen. Mary Alice is doing comes natural for her in as chaplain for her as she can be seen crossing the road with a something special for sick, in trouble or just lonesome. The DARc on the Junio Bee Line Chapter has ten Members, all of whom Committee Members. raised by Juniors scholarships, medical general financial the two DAR owned Tamassee and Kate Smith. In order to achievements of the Members an Junior Member Contest" for the chapters to candidate to be judged on Division and National You can integrate old new styles when you your home if the styles the same degree of SUE'S BEAUTY SALON 304 E.Liberty St. Charles Town,W.Va. 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