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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, October 29. 1998 1 1 m I I I Illl Engagements - Weddings * Announcements II Ill AppI p at Miss Rebecca Lynn McFerren and Mr. Brian Scott King were mar- ried on June 6, 1998, at the Charles Town Presbyterian Churcb in Charles Town. The Rev. Charles F. Klotzberger, of the Presbyterian Church on Edistoe Island, S.C officiated. A dinner reception was held at Avanti Ristorffnte following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McFerren, of Charles Town, and the granddaughter of Mrs Mary Frey Houser, of Chambersburg, Pa. She is a graduate of West Virginia University and the Washington and Lee University School of Law. She is an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Norfolk, Va. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. King, of Richmond, Va. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and is cur- rently a student at Old Dominion University. Dr. Robyn McFerren, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Dr. Jennifer Mawhinney and Ms. Michelle Zarish, the bride's college roommates, and Ms. Kathryn Johnson, a friend of the bride from law school. Mr. David Diluciano, a college roommate of the groom, was the best man. Groomsmen were Mssrs. Todd and Kyle King, the groom's brothers, and Mr. Kyle Knoernschild, a childhood friend. The bride wore a traditional bridal gown of matte ivory satin with a sweetheart neckline, empire waist, and princess line skirt. The bodice and cathedral train were covered in pearl and crystal beaded Battenberg lace. The bridesmaids wore gowns of slate blue satin with empire waists. The couple honeymooned in Barbados. They reside in Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Scott King and Mrs. Christopher Ray Bishop Sen.Snyder Speaker for iichele Overly and BalLR. ay Bishop were Irlage Sunday, June the First Baptist ton, Miss. is the daughter of hia Overly of Kear- ~ groom is the son of Patricia Bishop of i's father, The Rever- garden motif. The food was nestled in wicker baskets atop white crocheted table cloths. The groom's table was decorated with a golf theme - golf figurines given by his parents and a golf water fountain given by the bride's par- ents. The cake was decorated like a golf course. Tee boys dressed in golf attire presented guests with a package of monogrammed golf 3 Bishop, performed tees taken from miniature golf L ~tal double-ring cer- bags. Rice girls led guests to pick not ~church resembled a a flower of tulle-wrapped birdseed ~agnolia leaves and hanging from a tulle-wrapped [backdrop of the dais tree. !m~.white garden flowers The bride's cakes were served "~ing cherub columnsunder a trellis of white net and mixed garden flowers. The four ;cO.~y her father and cakes sat atop crystal pedestals .Oage by her parents, draped with pink roses, yellow nbl e a white silk shan- daisies, white spray orchids, lav- a action lace halter- ender miniature carnations and ot~xed gown with an at- caspia. Beside the bride s table She carried a hand- sat a souvenir guest gift table con- w ~of coral roses, white taining magnolia-covered boxes lq o~ stephanotis, Italian containing five almonds - a tradi- ~aspia. tional wedding gift promising =o1~of honor was Brenda blessings to the recipient. ri ' 'terJ~! des aunt. Brides- Out-of-town guests were from [araberly Bishop, Amy Japan, Pennsylvania, Florida, }Lori Richie. They South Carolina, Georgia, Ala: ~agth navy blue and bama, and Missouri. Prior to the Iand carried bouquets wedding, three showers were !With both white andgiven for the couple by friends. A dinner for the wedding party was and Brian Hay hosted by the groom's parents pre- men. Groomsmen ceding the wedding rehearsal. David Rogers The bride is a graduate of Shep- Ushers were herd College and Louisiana Tech Clay Richie, Jason University and is a Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force stationed in Do- ver, Del. The groom is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and is also a Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force stationed at Panama City, Fla. girl was Chrystalle of the bride, and the Bishop Davis, Karen Grif- the couple, presided table. held at the Ful- also carried a GIRLS CLUB IST COSTUME AT CLUB & Girls Club of Jeffer- Will host a costume ecently renovated Club of Jefferson Lawrence Street, Friday, October The party will prizes & Domino's contest and Jefferson County -18 years old. II be closed on Fri- to prepare for the also be closed November 2, and 3, to complete club. and chaperones for other events are more information on help or information please contact Tim or write The Club of Jefferson Lawrence St WV 25414. Club of Jeffer- Y is a United Way The Pack Horse Ford Chapter, the Judiciary Committee and sev- NSDAR held a meeting and a pro- enteen members serve on the Fi- gram on Tuesday, September 8, at nancial Committee. As an Envi- the home of Dr. Ruth Thacher, of ronmental Chemist, Mr. Snyder Shepherdstown. helps in reviewing the Environ- Mrs. Robert Henry, Chapter mental Rules every two years. Treasurer, gave the Daughter'sThe Judiciary Committee the monthly Treasurer's Report. makes the policies for the State of Mrs. Lawrence Murphy read the West Virginia (speed limits, do- minutes from the June 1998 meet- mestic violence, etc.). Mr. Snyder ing. introduced an adoption bill, allow- Mrs. James Reinhart read an ing a $2,000 adoption credit to Article for the National Defense, families in West Virginia who written by Tim Rowland of the adopt a child not related to them- Hagerstown ~ en- selves. The Bill was passed. titled "Let's Worry Less About"If our forefathers had not done What Kid's Read As Well As They the work they did, we would not be Read." As quoted by Tim Rowland where we are today. We would not of one of his high school teachers, have the freedom we have today," "It is important to read important said Snyder. words, but it is important to read, Under the Constitution of West period." Virginia, there is a Supreme Mrs. Donald Hale, vice regent,Court, Circuit Court and Magis- read a message to the Daughter's trate Court. There is an interim from Mrs. Dale Kelly Love, Presi- court approved by the Constitu- dent General, thanking all DARtional Amendment between the members for the support given Supreme Court and the Circuit during the illness and death of her Court that would allow an interim husband, Dale Kelly Love. Be- court to keep things away from the cause of his love and devotion to Circuit Court (el workman's music, the Dale Kelly Love En-comp appeals), which were really dowment for the Continental Con- gress for Musical Entertainment, has been established. This endow- WOMEN'S ment will meet a real need to pro-CLUB MEETING vide the Daughter's enrichmentThe Shepherdstown Women's through music who attend Conti- Club will hold its next regular nental Congress each year. meeting November 13 at the New Mrs. James Reinhart met with Street United Methodist Church. Shepherdstown Mayor Vince The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. Parmesano to sign the proclama- with a Bring and Buy Sale to raise tion for Constitution Week, Sep- funds for t)ae Pearl Buck Founda- tember 17-23. Ms, Linda Lee tion. Dr. Jim Price, local histo- formed a committee of sixth rian, will be the speaker. Come, grader's at the Shepherdstown El- bring, buy and enjoy some local ementary School to make an- history! nouncements each day during the week about the Constitution. The program for the evening CIRCLE OF HOPE was given by the guest speaker, Once a month, graduates of State Senator Herbert Snyder. Hospice of the Panhandle's "Circle Snyderis an environmental ehem- of Hope" grief support program ist, and owns and operates get together for a reunion meeting Hydrochem Laboratories in at the Hospice office. The meet- Shenandoah Junction. Snyder isings are open to anyone who has, also a former Jefferson Countyparticipated in any of the Circle of Commissioner, allowing him to have Hope series at any time. The next a more hands-on experience at a meeting will be Tuesday, Novem- county level, giving him a wealth ber 3. For information, call Larry of knowledge. Snyder serves onCrawley-Woods, (304) 264-0406. "Overlooking the Potomac Shepherdstown, WV Announcing Our Annual Now In Season.t Featuring The Finest VENISON STEAK ROAST VENISON ROAST WIbD BOAR MARINATED RABBIT ROAST PHEASANT WITH CHAMPAGNE KRAUT 1984-1998 Plus a Large Selection of German and Continental Cuisine (304) 876-2551 FOUR Ford never set up to be. This is also on a Manutory Collection Bill for dominated by over 50% of domes- solid waste (litter and illegal tic relations cases. On the Ballot dumping). Fifty to fifty-one per- in November will be a Bill to re- cent of the people in West Virginia organize the Judiciary System, to are not on any type of pick-up. re-organize all the Judicial Cir- Six to ten million used tires in cuits in the different counties, piles all over the state of West Vir- What to do with the Family Law ginia have a high potential for fire Master System, appointed by the and health problems. It takes $1 Governor. A Constitutional to $2 per tire to clean up. Thirty Amendment will be on the Ballot landfills were closed. A quarter of in November, which will give the a million dollars is needed to clean citizens a choice of another level of up the tires. 'Fire dealers could be general court, an interim court, offered a tax incentive to be made whether those individuals will get responsible for the proper disposal a family law master, a circuit of tires, to cut down on illegal court judge acting in a family do- dumping, and to allow for proper mestic court situation will be recycling. They could be used for elected or not. athletic tracks, chipping for roads, The Legislature is also working etc. ;taurant Specializing in Seafood g 1270 Washington St. Bolivar/Harpers Ferry Reservations Recommended 535-2582