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8 ~PIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's I.DVOCATE -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1984 Waynesboro, Va Leigh Ann Roberson of Harrisonburg, Va. and Diane Hewitt Deborah Kay ,dler Exchanges Vows Witi Johi Benton Deborah Kay Beydler and John Ben- ton Young exchanged vows September 8th at the Summit Point Unitedof Warrenton, Va. They wore burgun- Joan Weds Methodist Church at 7 p.m. dy and daphne rose gowmof tissue taf- nyman The Rev. Charles Frum performed feta with Victorian necklines lI rr S. the candlelight ceremony. Music was & point d' esprit sheer yoke featuring jenrey nay provided by Dorothy Price, the soloists a wrap style bodice and natural waist were Teresa Beydler and Gene with a tie belt from which fell the Williamson. floor length full skirt. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Junior bridesmaids were Jeannie Mrs. Jerry Beydler of Berryville, Va. Beydler, Stephens City, Va and The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michele Childs, Summit Point. They Wilbur Young of Stuarts Draft, Va. wore pink gowns of organza over taf- The bride, given in marriage by her feta with Victorian necklines and lace father, wore a traditional white wed- trimmed yokes and hems with tiny ding gown of tissue taffeta which puff sleeves and a bow sash at the featured a Victorian style neckline and waist. The flower girl was Jennifer fitted dropped waist style bodice Childs, Summit Point. She wore a covered in Alencon lace and tiny seed short white dress that matched the pearls with a sheer yoke of SchiffLi era- junior bridesmaids. broidered English net dotted with Best man was Pat Hewitt of Warren- pearls. The sleeves were done in a leg- ton. Ushers were Tony Beydler, of o-mutton style with long tapered cuffs, Stephens City, Joe Young, Wilbur also of Schiffli embroidered English Young, both of Stuarts Draft, Jeff net and trimmed in Alencon lace. The Everley, of Stephens City, and R. K. full skirt flowed into a cathedral train Shirley of Berryville. at the back with a gathered pick-up Following the ceremony a reception ruffle at thehem, trimmed in Aleneon was held in the social hall of the lace. Her bat was a Cavalier style church. trimmed in matching lace with a veil The bride is an employee of Educa- of French illusion falling to the back tional Tour Consultants in Winchester. and a spray of silk flowers at the side. The groom is an employee of Znders Mitzi Everley, of Winchester, Va Funeral Home ha Berryville. was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids The couple spent a two week honey- were Margo Pettitt of Alexandria, Kay moon touring Nova Scotia, Canada, by Rinker of Berryville, Diane Banks, motorcycle. Martinsburg, Charles Town Women Of Moose I SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONAL 7 6 Meals On Wheels Marks Fourth Davis Speaker Round Table Anniversary; Meets Nov. 14th I Illll II OF CHARLES TC)VVN 106 W Washington St Charles Town, WV 725-7018 MEMBER FOlC Martinsl0org, WV 263-4976 I-Iasenpfe#e, Roast Venison Venison Steak ROast Pheasant Roast Boar Children's All Major Check our Cred tCa Luncheon Menu - Accepted from $350 tO $750 SHEPHERDSTOWN For Reservations M-876-2551 iiii II I II I III I i III Seafood Buffe~ Thurs. En & Sat. Featuring: Crab Legs - Steamed Shrimp - Frog Legs - Fried Seafood - Shrimp Creole w/Rice. Broiled Fillet o( Haddock. Scalloped Oysters, Asst. Vegetables, Open Salad Bar, Fresh Baked Bread. AII fer~st Call Now For Reservations ! Children's Prices Available Reserve Now For Our Traditional Thanksgiving Day Feast Inn Located on Rt. 480 "Quality Food Complete Banquet One Mile South of Ae & Catering Available Reasonable Prices?" Shepherdstown For Reservations Phone West Virginia 1-304-876-3167 For An Extra Special Trot Try Our Sunday Buffetl Jam Packed with Items Too Numerous To List ! Plus Open Salad and Dessert Bars and Beverage of your choice. All For Just I SIRLOIN STEAK g FANTAIL SHRIMP served with Baked Potato, Fresh Baked Bread g Open Salad Bar. served with Baked Potato, db Fresh Baked Bread & Open Salad Bar. Broiled Seafood Plotter Filet of Haddock, Shrimp, Scallops & Crab tmperio|, Country Inn "Fm#y Oim; At Its Best!" Our Weekend Special--Served Thurs.-Sun. Starting at 5 P.M. Harpers Ferry. Everyone is invited to the talk which begins at 8 p.m. A pre- October 23, Connie Danner was the meeting meal will begin at 7 p.m. proud winner of a Covered Wagon Reservations for the meal must be lamp. made by calling 304-535-6898 evenings November 13, is the regular schedul- by Monday, Nov. 12. ed Chapter Night at 8:00 p.m. Meals on Wheels of Jefferson Coun- throughout the world. Factors such as ty, Inc is celebrating its fourth an- facilities, funding and volunteers niversary this month. An annual ctetermme its success. Fortunately, business meeting, election of officers Meals on Wheels of Jefferson County and a light luncheon will be held at has all three elements. Charles Town Charles Town Presbyterian Church on Presbyterian Church kitchen is a cen- November 14 at 12:30 p.m. tral location where food can be Meals on Wheels is a humanitarian prepared, packed and loaded in cars Husband-Wife Team Prepare Harvest endeavor that utilizes volunteers to for delivery very efficiently. Funding pack nutritious meals and deliver is provided by meal receipts, dana- Bertha Kelican and her husband Earl are them to qualified clients. The primary tions from the public and United Way Episcopal parish hall kitchen getting things set reason which determines eligibility is of Jefferson County, Inc. Last, but Harvest Dinner, Wednesday, Nov. 14, when need - there are no age or income very important are the volunteers that restrictions, support the entire structure. These and 'fine fixin's' will be served beginning at 4 men and women are dedicated to mak- early to avoid disappoinment. Where? The underlying objectives of Meals ing life better for others.Washington Streets. on Wheels is to provide the proper Meals on Wheels has made Jeffer- nutrition to those individuals that can son County a much better place in the Wi dfl G d El b En" not meet this need on their own. Thislast four years. Proof of this comes n ower ar en u allows the individual to remain in their with the praise and compliments from own home and reduce premature in- the populace, but mainly from the p H lid y P ti Of stitutionalization. Also important is clients themselves. Words of thanks re= o a resenta on the possibility of a patient leaving the and cards of appreciation are always hospital early to convalesce at home in evidence. This confidence and sup- By Mr Eli P in familiar surroundings, port will enable Meals on Wheels of S. nor eters The Meals on Wheels organizations Jefferson County to continue this in- On October 25 members of the Wind- Wheat; third are managed in many different ways valuable service, flower Garden Club spent their man- Jane Kable and thly meeting welcoming new Jody Carter, Janet McDonald-Mead members, planning prospective pro- Robertson. Engagement Told jects and enjoying a pre-hoLiday During presentation, held its annual yard Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman of Announcement has been made of the Led by Jody Carter, president, the Jenny Sue Keblhepp with 1 Shenandoah Junction announces the engagement and forthcoming mar- 24-member group of local women has to be passed on to marriage of their daughter Joan riage of Patricia Ann McDonald, been in existence since lg00 and is con- and spent Elizabeth to Jeffrey Scott Day, son of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas tinuing to grow in community involve- mulching the flower Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Day of Ranson McDonald, Summit Point, to James meat and membership. Three newson Board of and Margtiptan of Sarasota, Fla. Gregory Mead, son of Robert Mead of members, Kim Brown, Bridget Roth Lowe Products Co The couple were married in Reston, and the late Ida Mead.and Sherry Sechler, were welcomed at tributed the mulch used Hagerstown, Md Sept. 17. Miss McDonald, who graduated in the home of Janet Gibson with Ann the club's Joan is a 1977 graduate of Jefferson 1983 from Jefferson High School, cur- Wheat eo-hostessing. The clu High School, employed at Peoples rently resides in Restart and is Business at the meeting included Nov. 15at Bank of Charles Town. Jeff also at- associated with the Health Insurance discussion of a prospective lx~ject in- with Sycamore tended Jefferson High and is employed Association of America. volving plantings at the Center for Ex- ziale sharing by the Turf Motel. Mr. Mead is an employee of Con- ceptional Children. Member Jane They are making their home in tinental Federal Savings and Loan Kablewas selected chairperson of the Donald Charles Town. Company. committee to supervise the club's The marriage ceremony is schedul- January and February workshops 25th Millbrook Chamber ed for Saturday December 22, at the organized to produce handmade Summit Point United Methodistcrafts. Jenny Sue Kohlhepp, Sharon Mr. and Orchestra To Offer Church. Mcllroy and Cindy Snyder alsohonored Saturday, volunteered to oversee the making of the occasion of their 25th i the crafts to be sold at Shepherd- niversar: Christmas Program Visual Screening stown's fall craft show of '85. Mrs. Bill Dermison and Millbrook Chamber Orchestra will Being Conducted In The business meeting adjourned Joe Fraley at the CharleS offer a program of Christmas music at with the introduction of Mrs. ELinor Center 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 5 at the County's Schools Peters who attended to present the Approximately 65 Shepherd College Creative Arts garden club with a program entitled relatives were present. Center. Dr. Gerald Zimmerman will Visual Screening is now being con- "Williamsburg During the Holidays." tables, decorated with conduct, dueted in the Jefferson County Schools Mrs. Peter's expertise in using fruit, with a silk orchid and Prior to the concert there will be a and will continue for the next few boxwood, magnolia leaves and other fresh flowers, lent an chili supper at the Shepherdstown months. All students in grades on organic material to create holiday There was a three-tier Men's Club. Both the supper and con- through nine will be screened initial- designs was appreciated by all. cake cert are annual fundraisers for the or- ly by parent volunteers. Referred Finally "Country Autumn" ar- roses and silver leaves. chestra and are not a part of the students will be re-screened by the rangements made by the members subscription series. Adult tickets are school nurses. Any student found with were judged while dessert was en- sages of white ( $5 for the concert and $3.50 for the sup- a visual problem will be referred to joyed. The following members receiv- ribbon. At Attended Convocation pert Children under 12will be adroit- their parents for follow-up care. ed ribbons for their houseplant Mr. and Mrs. William C. Davis will be the guest ted free to the concert and for $1.50 to Kindergarten students will be visual displayed with country and season ried September 26, 1959, speaker Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Members of Charles Town Chapter the supper. Tickets are available as screened by the school nurses at a flair: first place, Anne Portrey, se- Arthur Beahm who, with follows: call the office at 304-876-3170. later date. cond place,~Christine Drake and Ann t~nded the anniversary Harpers Ferry Civil War Round Table. 1028 Women of the Moose and the Mar- between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday- If there are any questions regarding Mr. Davis is the former editor of Civil tinsburg Chapter attended a green cap Friday or send a SASE and check to this program please contact the Jdfer-~ War Times Illustrated. He is the convocation held at the Arlington author of several books ineluding, The (Va.)Lodge. This will be an event that the office address, P.O. Box 580, son County Health Department at Battle of Bull Run, The Orphan will berememberedforalongtimeShepherdstown, W.Va. 25443. The 725-9761, ext. 254 or the Jefferson Coun- ~ w th us Robert Fierro Col on Race Street is the ty Board of Education at 725-9741. Brigade and the first volume of the since 433 other Chapter members and Martinsburg Ucket location. Since Tuesday thru Saturday, 5:30 to 9: Time-Life series Brother Against Junior Graduate Regents attended, both events are always sell-outs, car- Brother: The War Begins. However, The Arlington Lodge and their . . GiVE THE UNITED WAY Sunday 5 to 9; Monday Closed his most outstanding accomplishment W.O.T.M. should be commended for ly reservations are advmed. in his work as editor of the six volume their friendliness and their hospitali- [ ~~ ] ~arlqtlet faCilitieS nOR The topicofMr. Davis' talk is the / ~ I siege of Charleston. No other southern The Charles Town Chapter I O~,r ,~O~O{,~l~h}~14/~'~J~['~y I city heard the guns for so long a span W.O.T.M. will hold its Green Cap Con- ] of time as did Charleston. No other vocation on Sunday, November 11, at b~, ~~~4~y ~ ~ J Confederate stronghold came so much 4:00 p.m This occasion is Honor of I ~ 3~/'~" C~"11~ x~,I to symbolize the resistence of the lost Junior Graduate Regent, Pauline cause and, as a result, no other city Milton. That evening we have theI OT'T' J ] was SO hated by the conqueringpleasure of Guest speaker, PastGrand STVOt Federals. Regent Rosalee Lafferty visiting our [ ~~ 2,5~. ~/ I P/ .~s~ cM/f~ rt~;ti-- The Harpers Ferry Civil War Round lodge for this occasion. ~V,~ / Table meets {he second Wednesday of Ladies please remember that this is ~ 725-3366 or 725 7253 each month at the Camp Hill an open meeting, with a dinner to / Methodist Church on Washington St. in follow. ,-