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December 21, 1967     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT l ' "es, with white gloves Miss Sara O. Steptoe ! The paternal grandmother of ". j | the groom was attired in royal/~|nfl T/I FrRnrp UI~I| blue wool blend, with navy ac-I 25 "" " .u I, w - | cessories. All wore corsages of I P a,I ! ~-- B~I~: cymbidium orchids, cxcnanae LlVlnq rre,r Reception Given -- ,a - l A reception followed the wed- bridesmaids were Miss Cathy Dress of Roanoke Va and Miss Ann Bushong of ~Jerryville, Va cousins of the bride, and Miss Beverly Courser of Clearwater, Fla a cousin of the groom. In style and color their gowns were identical to the maid of hurter's. All of the attendants carried cas- cade arrangements of white glad- iolas with centers tinted to match the gowns. The bride's mother wore a mint green silk dress with a matching lace coat. She complemented her outfit with gold accessories and an orchid corsage, The mother of the groom was attired in a turquoise blue crepe dress and coat ensemble. She had black an4 gold accessories and wore a corsage of pink sweetheart roses. Mr. George W. Dress, III, brother of the bride, was best man. The ushers included William Courser of Clearwater, Fla Don- ald Powell, Washington, D. C Bruce Gibson of Philadelphia, Pa. and William Harris of Vienna, PERSONAL- SOCIAL ITEM. S { CLUBS- MEETINGS- FAMILY ACTIVITIES i JUNE BOHRER, Editor DIAL 725-2046 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. E Mrs. David L. Covbin, of New York, arrived Wednesday night to spend the Christmas Holidays ~ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Brown, at their home on SOu~ ~urch Street. Visi lng at the home of Mr. and ding, in the educational building of the church, where Miss Pam- ela Kline and Miss Bobbi Dia- monda, had the guest book, Miss Susan Mills and Miss Melissa Mills, Bakerton, cousins of the groom, had the gift table. Mrs. George Reynolds, Mrs. Charles Ward, Mrs. Edgar Mills, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Glenn H. Hetzell, sister-in-law of the groom served punch. Mrs. Richard Brown, Martinsburg, and Mrs. Charles Rannells, Verona, Pa cut and served the tiered wedding cake. Others who assiste in serving were Mrs. H. H. ttunter, Mrs. Following the ceremony a re- Town RFr~ ~ ~-;~ Frank Humston, Mrs. Charles eeption was neza in me La~ u v " dinner were al, six of their eh~'~ Cunningham and Mrs. James fax room of the Mosby Inn, in ren, Mrs Ro~ Lee ~i~in~U-~" Morison. Fairfax, Va. J G'harles ;ro~, Mr and Mrs ~Pa~ : : The bride, a graduate of Mar- . Mrs. ~awyer graauate(t l~e~v: Mason, Oleveland," Ohio, Mr and tinsburg High School, completed TE~tt!I*~SAz-~ from uettysourg ouege, t y Mrs Wil am Maldoeh :: her sophomore year at West Vir- o. burg, Pa.: where she rWaS.ta %e~r-! chi](tren of Preston, Md -~Ir. and : ginia University. She is employed Announcement was mnTdil~' t)er ot ~m omega, sor ri y." i Mrs. James Homer and two child- :::~ ing me past year she was a mere- I rcn of Newark Delaware u- ber of the faculty at Jackson In- and Mrs Gene Mason and 'three : i ii~ termed|ate School Merrifield Va. ~i~ildren'-*CharlesT " ~:::~ li - octal ~" ~w zuz a.u : " wnere she tau.gnt l~ng sn, st ,Mrs. Roy Mason and three child- i!I :::::!i:ii~ stumes ann gulaance. ! ten of Charles Town, RFD, also :~ ~ii::!~ Lt Sawyer was a business ma-Mrs. Ar~ur Bush, Mrs. James R. i:i::~ii:i:i::~!ii~ jor at Gettysburg College where Whittington and dauffheer of Cha i!i::?ii:!!i!~iiii!|~i he was a member of Theta Chirles TOwn and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ii~:i:~:::i::::i!~ii~iiiii!~| fraternity. He received his corn-, lkim K~ndner of Parkton, Md. ~::!;iiiii~i!:ii~!i:~ mission upon graduation fromI My. arm Mrs Charles B See- ;::::ii:i~ii~iii!~:~ii~ OCS at Fort Benning, Ga on man O of akahoma C~y are "spend ii!i~::~!::~:, ' r November 20. [ ing the holidays wRh her parents, :ii::::~i:!::~!~ii r~ I~;f'I-l~l~n II .~AWVl~I~ After returning from theirI Mr. and Mrs. James W. Strider, :;ii~iiii:~ ~. . . :;" "~'"~. "~'~ . honeymoon in New England, theI at their home'on South M~ldred ~ii~;!:: r;mmanue[ Lumeran t;nurcn, I gown oz vory satin anu &lecon voun, counl, will resia, in Arl- Street rrs Vienna, Va. was the scene of a ] ace. The mulcted bodice featured ington. Va. where Lt. Sawyer has Miss Sarah Forrest Strider. ~iii~::::i~:i a soortna neckline rang taperea beautiful wedding on November l ' . ~ been assigned to serve with the Mr and ,Mrs Paul Richard Man ~!i~:i;~iiiii:ii::::~!~: t szeeves anu a nigh wai~ line. Tne '~la "~u^-~ at ~'or-t M"er Va ~,:. . ~ " " ::::::i~e::::;:~:::i~:~ 25 when Miss Sarah Catherine l skirt was a modified A line with u ,~ ~u r ~ ZUK, unarms Town announce tne :::i~:i~;::~::,:::":::~ Dress, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. [ elengant lace appliques delicately A luncheon for the bride birch of a daughter, Beth Ann, on i!!!!i!!ii!iiiiiii~i George W. Dress of Vienna, be-| surrounding it The very full her atten~an~ was nell. at meDecember 15, in the Winchester :::i;:i!:::!~i;ii~i~iiii!i!! some ot ~rs tieorge w uress on e al came 1he bride of Lt. Richard It. [ chapel train flowed ~,racefull-I '" - ^- - M mort. Hospital. Mrs. Manzuk i~i#i~ii!!~!!i::i~::i! Sa~er, son of Dr; and Mrs. Ber-I from the waist The br]'de's bou- rrmay, ~ovemDer za. Later ianvaet ,is the former Miss El~inor Dudrear i!~i:iii!ii!!i:.ii:i;:::ili tram Sawyer of C/eal~ater Flu I ::~=~ L"- I aiternoon ~ss Agnes ~ange gaKable ~'~i:CC~:::~i~i d," qt~vv Wa~ a ta~ tL(e alf~lll~,IlleYIIt " e " ~~"::::~:::": '::;:~: "",s a surprise shower for the brid - . The double ling ceremony wa ] of red and white roses and baby's l " Mr. and Mrs. William W. Mar. :~:~.: :~:~:::~:~ performed at 2 o'clock by the l breath, to-on low, Marti~rd Hill, Md, are the ~i~ili~i~ii~ii:~i bride's pastor, the Reverend Emil [ The ~ttendnnC- ~, a I The groom s parents, Dr. a n~p~rents of a daughter, Jane Marie ~ii!i}iii}iiii!~:i~!~i~ Ibele. [the sin~Die'e~ezanc~'of'~t~'br~d~a~l Mrs ertram .H. Sawyer, no,ca born December llth in Prince ~i~iii!ii}~i . ~ o - ~ -- a rehearsal fllnner on l~rloay ~*~::::::~~:i~ Prior to the ceremony Mrs.~gown. The dresses were |dent|call :--: ~. . .~^ e~a,n" George, Hospital. They have a, ~i!~::ii1~:ii~i~: Jesse. Swin~n,~ the organist, pro-l| in style having an Empire was|t-tj oar~v"an"~went"~tWOv ~ ~- o~ of'~o'wnSOnme sonWmiam'oz ~virs~r~:anna~ar"~'ar~ Wmarzow iS| ~ii!!~!iiiiii~:~i:.!~ii ~ ,-e ~-v,~. stay to international -~'M~e'at y~ded the music which included hne scoo ed neck, three uarter , . ' P "'q guests The affair was held m the Mr Mm'sha~l Wilson Sr near ~. u t. . concept widely adopteo u: ~.i~L:,~ Corlege,' 'Brrdal Song, and t sleeves and a floor length train / .? :; ' MRS. DONALD BRENT HETZELL Reed.wei r upnm , Tally tin room at the ~an s l~armLeet~ n 'Nuptiale Cantiieaa. Trumpet,Their matching veils of tulle were [ *n- Me" ^an Va " ." . ~w .is a medial patient in [ Charm and dignity marked the zuk, 2 -year-old daughter of Mr. ,V luntatre" a andh, Lohengrin'S|re o aecented by a small velvet bow I " mrs ~-" z~.- ~r~,c.nzu "ooawxe. ,~;~ "'~*~'^ tal'rne ont~narjes :l'oWn~umaay urUeneral Hospi-Jerry wnson lovely wedding ceremony on and Mrs Paul Manzuk, Charles ~l,~n|~J II~P 1l ~~e.~~~~ ~-~7~-. ' al Teen Chso sen, J Mrs. Allen. Baumgardner, sider J ~.a.uuau~,tex*J r t.e*~'- rx^t'o"~e"'t,~ ann" aaugmer uara," wa*rrenton,:;L ", Thanksgiving Day, November. 23, Town, was flower girl. d~lll~lllllli~li !~i I O ,~~e~i~ for the p oc .~, ion . M els~ hn s| of the bride, was matron of honor, l ~.o.v ~ m, h.n. ~na Mv w'""k in the Asbury Methodist Church They wore floor length prin- . " va, vis~ea ~ne ~msners ano wn l'mm p. Reed St. pastor "~ ~'$at traditional Wedding March was / Her dress was a comb|nation of a [ rl~'- To'-'n in Charles Town, when Miss eess gowns of antique faille, with DUSHOng oz wisa us w SOIl, S near LeeLown an0 also VlSl[ r n In I nson Church ch~rcrhecertion was "give" ~:~e~ played after the ceremony ruby velvet top and a light pink l ",] so: ~ : : T i~," Patricia Maxine Roge s, daughter lo g: lace-trimmed sleeves, that church." " "~la ms tamer m me hOSpital E~:orted to the altar and given,crepe skirt. Her gown was a corn- 1 t~ ~ . J of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Rod- of the maid. of honor in gold, Social reo~ of the char~ 1 in marriage by her father the| bination of sapphire velvet top[N~m[$11 ~e~Q ~Tu~ I ,Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, gers of Charles Town, became the trimmed with tiny buttons with bride was lovely in a full lengtht and a pale blue crepe skirt. The/ - t Jr Greer~belt, Md: spent the bride of Mr. Donald Brent Her- crocheted ribbon trim. The gowns : ---- :-- ~ : : [ P & l& ~-J J weeKena with the former s par- zell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell of the bridesmaids were in willow -,-~ ~-,~,~,-~,~&.~--,4~ I ~H~V~[II~[ ~1 I~IU|~I~I en.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming H. Hetzell of Bakerton, W. Va. green. All were designed to fol- i ~ -- o,Sr. The double ring ceremony was low the distinctive look of the iI~-.~il~~ ~-~.~:~:~;~~ ]solemnized by the Rev J Ray- bridal gown ~" -- -'~ ~iii~:~:~t~~' ~ ~t C* ~Wal~dvll' * A ~::~nn I mond Wood, retired" pastor" of the EaChr attendant wore a match-[ / ~f~ 1 IN ~ v,~ .'.u ] ~4~,v. I Tr2r~i::sbuMethan~tth[hl~rC.h Loin ilongiMhe~p~qeeetano~ el~rroinzede ~:n~.1 i f ~- ' ~'~TOWN To Lance Cr-r-, t Ann0uneedR~ I Williams' lo:~idomChT:~ntwhemt~ms30ap~l Me * hod,st Church pastor of at 4 the Asbury yel. id[ht~cfly~el~e p ns and yell w Sweetheart r seS~wnnoedr I ghrelmW%S ofg / . .~ ~~ IN 0 . I p p re the altar arid her headpiece was a circlet of1 L ,J ]vases, backed by palms. Satin matching fabric with a veil of l . - ]bows with green grapes and silk net, She carried a basket of| ]bronze p?mpoms marked family yellow and bronze pompons withJ ~. .m~ ~`~~-.~!~~~`~:~ ~'pews,anawhiteais~e~arpetwasaminiaturec~l~nla~b~uquet~n`]~ ~ "~-~ used. the front ~! ~::~:=:-- ---- - ~-:::'~ =:--=:Mrs. Inger Garrison, organist, Brother Best Man ,t ~ ~ ~ ~- -/ - . -ii ~~~: presented a program of nuptialGlenn Hetzell brother of the~ ~B'# ~ " ~ 'i ~ ~ ~:~~ .~. : music and the traditiona~ wedding ~room wa~ ~est man Ushers[ ,~mT,~]~~ tram ,~ ~ ~ A ~~ m~rches, an accompanied Mrs. ~,r~ 'w~lt~-"~ii~*,m "wi. l~.r| ~1~ . ~ ~ m ~ ~~ Edward W. Dockeney, Jr who ~eiffhJ:-Yack ~ i ~ ~ ~ ~~ ng Entreat e Not to Leave ,~n~ ~ei~,ht~' P~ .~rrv Mill~ken | ,~ ~.~::~:/~::,~:~ ~ :~.~::~,~,:~:,H::~:~.::,~.:~::,:~.~,~,~:~:~ - Here s wishing you the long-lasting ' o'rtea- to t--no altar ny ner :Town, brother . of the, brzde | . . happiness of old-fashioned Yulel . V n D U I M [ MISS CItERI JOIINSON a For her daughter s weddmg/ u " a " Miss Chert Johnson of Front Mrs. Rogers selected a brocade| MODEn B IUTY SHOPPE " l Royal, Va daughter ,of Mr. and ~~~~ [ ~n" o-'f~f"it't~d'"nr~ne"~O '~.~m'nl~i'e~tv~ dress-length coat and A-line dress| ' Mrs H Reinhart Johnson of ~~~ l i~ iv"'-or{, anti/~u~e-'-'ill -faille"':-~S{h ensemble in apricot with match-/ " *J" q ,s,Wl ' " PflRT nr !)~ ~lli~ 9 QQ ~a ~ QQ l Jamestown, Road, Front Royal, I low" sleeves trimmed lth f,ll lng accessories. The Coat had a| W. Washington Street -- Charles Town, W. ~/VIII l'I I~lI~ ~llII~ll . o . . . . .~ IV v.o- h.~ r,~ ,~l,~ ~a m ~{d ~, a ,h, i t ~ " " ~11 ,r colla- t Y~,"~ ~":. :' ~"~ I Bordeaux lace and a matching ~, -. ' / Wewili be dosed December 25 and 26 Stuaem LTovernment Assoemuon The mother of th room wore ' lave bib complemented by small e g MEN S ~IIS[ 1.99toG.99 iat Radford .Co!lege.The preside?s ~ covered buttons. The removable a slate blue silk ~shantung jacket[ . Open. December 27 Closed January 1 and ~cy,o~.~e ~tu~en.~ t,overnmem.~ M~ ~an;;.v~ ~ ~.~a~r [Watteau chapel train was also dress, a matching velvet hat and|---.---- .~-- - / the mgnest elective osnce a sin- "'r n Mr tr'zmmed l'n matching" lace to en. -- i.=.--.-- .== = = ~ . MEN S SPORT SOCKS 39c to $1 dent can attain at Radford. M.a d s. Renow. Eaton, ha ee "he ,'~al r,ema', -' ,h, ~1 ' " )ladstlat, M ss Johnson. whose mother F hnore Avenue. Harpers Ferry. I "1 M &. ~ 1 fll~ was the former Mary Margaret announce the engagement of I / , MEN'S DRESS SHOES 77 It/ 10.77 Aikens, is a junior at Raciford their daughter, Marilyn Alice, tot Lane peta s an cl= ) arls formed thi. vear Lance Corporal Lester Eugene I, - . ~ ,eu,ng ring crown with peau TII:~ RIqT~ TIl~i~Mltlq~ 1 lift F~ 1 I~fl In the Student Goveramen~Reed, son of 'Mr. and ,Mrs. C. Mll- l bow, which" held her shoulder 1 -.-i ,U'M ' '' IA"'' ,v, .-. ' iovv Q0 tO .v' v QQ erv:fudne;h o ,t Association Miss a va s f Johnson has Ha ?rEaFtonja ,iggr2d l ) fr:n ,ton eea, onvar. ' ' " "" " "'" " ,VLI I - m I'll~I1 ~ I ~ I'IIPl~ " " ~*~# ~*## of the inCer-dorm court and chair is now in ner senior year at ~nep- a,~ ~ m ~,a ~ ~" a f he "t i "t her el ge S e is employed by m n o t consti ut on comnut- watch. She camed a white rose ~/le ,~vllnnesoza lt~linlng ann manu ,~ ee. She .is also social chairman of .~ . . ^ ' " cascade e~ntered by a cymbidium ~ ---- zacturmg ~ompany, mmmeway P U K 11 E K ehe &lpha Sigma Tau Sorority, a Of Winchester, Vsrlpma Va. Mrs. Elmer Mason of Charles ig i~,~ o~! t~ 129 S0UTH QUEEN ST. L MARTINSBURG, W. V& "li: For The Filling of Eyeglass Prescriptions And the Repair or Replacement of Eyeglasses 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Daily -- Saturdays 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. DIAL 267-8711