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and Mrs. S. W. Hahn Honored On Miss Margaret Ellen Skinner Becomes Wedding Day At "Open House" of Mr. Miller in Church__ _ _ Wed d!n! One of the loveliest and most im d ister of t~ e b ' e ",. t- pres~ive Yule.tide weddings to oc- ricia Miller, a sister of the groom. cur in Jefferson County took place The attendants all wore dress- Sunday af,ternoon at 3 p. m. in the es of crimson glow velvet width bou Charles Town Methodist Church front ballerinna skirts of velvet Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hahn s. S. W. Hahn, Third Avenue, Ransom were pleas- Sunday afternoon when they were guests of honor rlouse" held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Washington Street, Charles Town, in honor of lg anniversary. Arrangements for the Golden Wed- were made by Mr. and Mrs. Hahn's children and Harvey "Tuffy" Lehman, Jr., who have been r, eigh- Mrs. Hahn for years. 30, 1908, that Mr. and Mrs. Hahn were home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols of Uvilla, Uncle of Mrs. Hahn. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. S. I. Stephens, then pastor of the in. Shepherdstown. and Mrs. Hahn were married Mr. Hahn was farming 'oUnty, having come to the county from near Wardens- ounty. Mrs. Hahn is a native of Jefferson county. to farm until some years ago .when he gave came to Ranson to reside and work, and Mrs. Hahn's children--William T. of Ranson; Md.; and Ernest, were on hand for the re- Was a most pleasant afternoon which Mr. and Mrs. they had many old friends and relatives stop at the and chat for a time. Punch and cake were served Mrs. William Hahn serving the punch, Mrs. Lehman cake and Mrs. Robert Cramer, a granddaughter, of the gift table. Hahn received many useful and attractive gifts the recipients of a number of greetings of the Personal calls and cards. 'Christmas day at their home, High SO AS View. The interior of the home was beautifully decorated with branches, snow scenes, and min- iature lights carried out a Christ- mor and Robin Riss- mas spirit throughout the home. Pa., spent soy- Color scheme was all red and white the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lookinbill, ,South George Street, had as thezr Mr. and Mrs. guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. at their home on :Garland Peck and children, Shar- Ion, Karen, Marilyn and Gary, of Well known local Steward lor. the Commission, e Charles Town Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Carper and daughters, Georgene and Janie Mac, Miss Patricia Lookinbill, and Mr. David Rickard, of Arlington, Va. L. Dr!scott, of Mrs. Patsy Grant and Mrs. C. N. C.i spent the Dorsey spent Friday in Shepherds- with ner sis-town visiting Mrs. Dorsey's sister, Kelly, at her Mrs. John L. Miller. s street. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reynolds, E. E. Furr spent:of Baltimore Md., were guests of their neice and Mrs. Edna Hardy over the Christ- and Mrs. Thoma3 mas Holidays. ~gton, Va. Mrs. Eva Biller, of Baltimore, Brown L. Rissler is spending "the Christmas their son, I4obert Holidays with Mr. and Mrs. I. H. mt several days Jones on South Church ~treet. holidays Mr. Albert Rust returned to his and Mrs. Abner home Saturday after an extended ally in Levit- visit with friends in Rockingham when Miss Margaret Ellen Skin- ner, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. John C. Skinner, Sr. became the bride of Mr. Richard William Mill or, son of Mr: and Mrs. Pdchard William Miller, Sr., of Cumber- l'and, Indiana. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Roy. Robert H. Hiller, pastor before an al~tar de- corated wit'h white chrysanthe- mums, palms and candalabra. A program of pro-nuptial mus- ic was played on the church or- gan by Mrs. Inger Garrison, chur- ch organist and it included "Lieb- estraum" by Liszt; Widor's "An- dante Cantabile"; Joseph Barnby's "O Perfect Love" wfth chimes; Bach's "Be Thou But Near"; and Schubert's "Ave Maria". She also played the tradi~tional wedding marches. The bride, given in marriage by her father who is Prosecu,ting At- torney of Jefferson county, wore a white full-lengtLh gown of Chan tilly ~ace and taffeta, the fitted bodice designed with a scalloped Dior silhouette, a sabrina neck- line framed wiEt*h ,tiny lace appli- que, long tapering sleeves th~at formed the bridal p~ints over the hands, a ~tulle flounce highlight- ing Vhe hemline with a overskirt of taffeta with wide insert of lace encircling the skirt .The bridal headdress consisted of ,a finger- tipped illusion veil over a seed pearl crown. She carried a bou- quet of gardenias and sweet peas. Mrs. Donald Cough, a sister of the bride, of Terre Haute, Ind. was m~tron of ,honor. OVher at- tendants were: Mrs. Alice Lops, a fashioned with fitted bodice, scoop ed necklines and three quaz'ter length sleeves. They all carried small white fur muffs and wore matching fur headbands. Best man to Mr. Miller was his f~ther, Richard Miller, Sr. Ushers were: Messers John and Robert R. Skinner, brothers of the bride. Following the ceremony a re- ceptiora was held in the Social hall of the Charles Town Moose Club which was decorated with white candles, snow covered Chris tmas greens. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Clyde Hilt of Morgantown' at Vhe guest book; Miss Wilda Shif lett of Ranson, cu, t'ting the cake; Miss Patricia Burroughs of Hag- erstown, Me.; and Mrs. Ronald Neff of Charles Town at the pun- ch bowl. Following the reception the cou ple left on a wedding trip to Wash ington, D. C. and Williamsburg, V~l~or-- ~raveling the bride wore a l~wo-piece Royal blue wool suit wi,th biege and black accessories and a mot~ton coa,t. On returning from their honey moon trip the couple will reside at 502 Eagle Street, Terre Haute, Ind. The bride is a student at In- diana State Teachers College, Ter re Haute, where she is majoring in elementary education. She was graduated from Charles Town High School in 1955. The groom was graduated from Warren Cen~tral High School in Indi.anapolis, Ind. in 1955 and is now a senior wt Indiana State Teachers College where he is ma- joring in Social studies. Mr. and Mrs. Children bOth and Mrs. Frank Payne Mr both County, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne, for- ,tins,bu~g; Mrs. John Cox, Warren, Christmas day Mrs. Buddy Smoot and two chil- merly of Charles Town, now residOhio; Mr. Eldon Payne, Kearneys C. N. Dorsey dren, Mi's. Patsy Grant and three ing a:t Newton Baker Heights ville; Buddy Smoot children, and Mrs. C. N. Dorsey were honored by their children onThe gold color theme was car- and Mrs. Pat spent Monday in Brunswick, Md., their 50th wedding anniversary ried out throughou,t the Kern Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dot- Sund, ay, Decem,ber 28 ~t an "Open and three chii- soy and children. House" held at Vhe home of Mr. home for the occasion. The table Sarah Link cousin of the bride of Md., and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Bloom's din- and Mrs. Thomas Kern, 712 Jeff- was centured with yellow snap- Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Clyde oot, Sr., of nor guests Christmas eve were: erson Avenue, Charles Town, Also dragons and mums. Mrs. Eldon .Hitt Jr. of Morgantown. Thebrlde Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Taylor, Bal- assisting the children wi;th the af Payne and Mrs. John Cox served ~ smaids each wore ~ green velvet Archie Smith and timore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. William f,air were ,two granddaugh,ters- the punch. Mrs. Thoqnas B. Kern t dress 'with a V neckline, three eVeral days this Lobdell, Hillsboro, Va., Mr. Jack Miss Carolyn Payne and Mrs, San served ,tahe cake assisted by Mrs. quarter lenge~h sleeve, long wais~t mith,s parents, Shirkey, Baltimore, Md., Mr. and dra Payne Miller. Alfred Linaweaver; min~s, fruitline which ends in a point in ~he Farley, Mrs. John S. Dunn, Charles Mrs. Payne, the former Miss Roscake, brownies, nuts and other de ~cer~ter of the skirt. The skirt was and Miss El!so Revolt. alie Feltner ~nd Mr Thomas licious refreshments were'also set of green nylon chiffon over ,taf- O. S. Bloom on-] Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alward Frank Payne were married Dec. veal. feta and net. They carried green buffett supperlend family, from Arlington, Va., 30, 1908" by the Rev. J. Stoneber- More than 100 guests called durvelvet muffs which m~tched their ger at Millwood, Va. Both were ing Vhe afternoon to offer their dresses and a spray of holly was formerly from Clarke County, Va. congratul~tions. In charge of the pinned on them. Their hats, also Mr. Payne owns and is still on- guest book were Miss Rosella of green velvet were gathered g~ged i~n .farming at Baker He!- Kern and l~iss Ce~thie McIntyre. bands across their heads wl~d~ a gluts, near Martinsburg. Both wore yellow corsages. Manysma~ll veil. They also wore match- ~ | y~flfl'versar~ . F%ve of t.he six Payne ~hild,ren lovely gifts were received wl%hing shoes. were,present to help their Parents Mrs. M. J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.Miss Jane Lee Livers, niece of celebrate the occasion. They were- Paul Miller receiving the gifts, the bride, was flower girl and she Mr. Melvin G. Payne, Syracuse, N. Many out of town guests were wore ,a red velvet dress trimmed Y.; Mrs. Thomas B. Kern, Char- present and ~e list of guests will with white lace and satin. She los Town; Mr. Ir~ng Payne, Mar-be published next week. carried ~ little white basket with .petals and wore a matching hat ~pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walley Covington and ml,tts. The ring bearer was Master E. E. Furr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creamer Bruce Moler, cousin of the groom, Lt. and Mrs. Edward A. Lloyd and family, of Silver Spring, Md., who wore a white co~t and blue of Greenville, S. C., are spending spent .the Christmas holidays with trousers. He carried a l~i%tle satin ~wo weeks with their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gall!. pillow trimmed width lace and ri,b and Mrs. Virgil Lloyd and Mr .and Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and ton on which the rings were pin- Mrs. Calwn Fleming. ' family of Baltimore, Md., are visit- ned. lng the former's parents, Mr. and Best man to Mr. Moler was Air Mr. and Mrs. F. E. "Buddy" Mrs, John A. Smith, of Jefferson man Second Class Charles E. Bak- Brenneman, of Fairfield, Iowa, are spending the Christmas holidays! Avenue. er and the ushers were; John Liv with his parents at their nome on Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Sillman, ors, brother-in-law of the bride; South Samuel Street. of Torte Haute, Indi~tna, were in E~ward Arnott, uncle of the bride tiss Ann Boyer Exchang Vows With Moler in Kabletown Church Wedding Mrs. Cyrus Wilson Moler Kabletown Methodist Church't Ralph Ginges, Charles Moler, un- was ~the scene of a lovely pro- I cle of the groom and Nelson Tel- Christmas wedding Sunday, Dec. [ler, cousin of the groom. 21 at 2:30 .p.m. ,when Miss Ann [ The bride's mother wore a dress Ca0herine Boyer, daughter of Mr. ]of blue teal crepe and satin, with and Mrs. Raymond H. Boyer of Ima,tc'hing ja6ket, hat and gloves Kearneysville, became the ~bride]of oys'ter white and ,blue shoes. of Mr. Cyrus Wilson ~ioler, son,She also wore a corsage of pale I of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moleriyellow cymbidiums. of Shenandoa,h Junction. The groom's mother wore a The double ~ing ceremony was dress of beige lace wi,th a chif- performed by the Rev. Samuel fort sto'le, beige and brown hat, Butcher, pastor of the Methodist brown shoes and brown satin put- Church and the Rev. Stanley F. se Hauser, rector of Zion Episcopal t Following the ceremony a recep- Church, Charle~ Town, before an lion was held at Shannon Park, home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boy- altar decorated wiCh white Poin- er with decorations for the home settas, palms, lighted tapers. The being pine, white p~insettas, white pews were marked witch white rib lcandles' tons. white gladiolis and baby Mrs. Mary Belle Starliper, ren- pom poms. tiered pro-nuptial music from .the On the bride's table along with (~hurch organ as the wedding 'a centerpiece was .a large wedding guests assembled and she accom- cake topped with an Air Force panied Mr. Wildeboor, Professor groom and bride. Mrs. Frank of Music of Shepherd College who Smith cut the bride's cake and sang "The Lord's Prayer"; also Mrs. Edward Arnott, aunt of the !groom at another punch bowl. "Because" and "A Day Of Golden IMrs' C. D. Boyer, Mrs. Charles Promise". Smi,th, Mrs. David Shoemaker al,- The .bride, given in marriage by ~so assisted. ~her father, wore a gown of Fren- For her wedding trip into Mary ch Chantilly lace, irredescejat se-, land the bride wore a cocoa brown quins trimmed ,the ba,teau neck-~sui~t' beige blouse, orange feather line; its long sleeves ended in ,a hat and matching gloves, along .point on the wrl~t. The skirt had with brown shoes and bag, gold two insertions of perm,anent ple trimmed. Her f,lowers were the ated nylon ,tulle and ended in a white orchids from her Bible. chapel train. She also wore small : The couple have not yet decided pearl earrings .and carried a white where they will make their home. Bible, a gift of the groom, width a i The bride was graduated from ,v~hi,te orchid, surrounded by baby Charles Town High School and mums and streamers of white riblpresent time she is teaching the bon and ferns. [attended Shepherd College. At the The matron of honor was Mrs. I second and third grades wt the In- John IAvers of Martinsburg, a sis wood Elementary School. At Shep ,ter of the bnide She wore a red herd College she was ~ctive in the velvet dress with a V neckline, music departmen,t, .also .~ member three quarter length sleeve, long of Chi Chaoter of Alpha S~gma waist line which ended in a point Tau National Sorority. in the center of the skirt. She car- The groom was graduated from ried a spray of holly, wieh .mat Charles Town High School and cling shoes, h.a~t and mitts. ~then entered the U. S. Air ForCe The bridesmaids were Miss Ed- ,and is presen,~ly sta*t,ioned at ith Jane Shoemaker, .a c0uvln of Craig Air Force Base, Alabama. ,the bride of Danville, Va.; ffVliss Ou,t-of-town guests for the wed- ding were from Washing~on, D. C.; Baltimore, Mdl; Emmittsburg, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDA], JANUARY 1, 1959 3--A Many Students Are Miss Atkins Betrothed Home For Holidays tTo Mr. Perry Nicodemus While there are pos:i'bly others in the community who we have ........ not ye% been able to get their names here are some of the col- lege and prep school students of Charles Town and the community who are spending the Christmas Holidays at their homes either in town or the county. Diane Snyder, Reva Nicodemus, Nancy Hocken- smith, Clyde Hitt, Jr., Stuart Crim Sam Engle, Sam Ebersole and Daniel Giordano, West Virginia University; Richard Crim, Han'y L. Langdon, Bill Marlow and Ed- die Ware, V. P. I., Blacksburg, Va. Jerry Wilson and Richard Riss- ler, Oklahoma State. Stillwater, Okla.; Richard Durham, Univer- sity of Virginia; George Halvosa, Drexel Institute, Phil., Pa.; Max- ine Hartack, University of Miami. Miami, Florida; Mary Lynn Brown Queens College, Charlotte, N. C.: Jerry Kelican. Ted Lowery, Jr., Jo Ann Merchant, Shirley Grey and Bill Waters, Potomac State College, Keyser; John Cole, Mar- shall College, Huntington, W. Va.; JOhanna Van Tol, Mary Wash- ington College,, F~edericksburg, Va.; Staley Shoemaker, Massan- utten Academy. Woodstock, Va.; Margaret Ann Hockensmith. Southwestern, Mephis, Tenn.; Mary Louise Saville, Madison Col logo, Harrisonburg, Va.; Peggy Hil ler, Western Maryland College, Westminister, Md.; Bill Warden, George Washington UniversiCy, Washington, D. C.: Ernest Brock- man, Davis & Elkins College, El- kins, W. Va.; Sara Strider, Ran- dolph Macon College, Lynchburg, Va.; Louise Durham, Sweetbriar. Lynchburg, Va.; Robbie Funkhous or, Washington and Lee, Lexing- ton, Va.; Donald Clendening, Clem son College, Clemson, S. C.; Lee Van Meter, Duke University, Dur ham, N. C.; Nancy Frye, Mary Washington College, Fredericks- burg, Va.; Barbara Master, Lin- den Hall, Lititz, Pa.; Peter Master, Mercersburg Academy, Mercers- burg, Pa.; Ann Moore, St. Agnes School, Alexandria, Va.; Tommy Moore, Washington and Lee, Lex- ington, Va.; Lucy McDonald, Lou Ellen Moore, Hannah Moore Aca demy, Reistertown,=,~ Md.; Betsy Da vis. St. Agnes School, Alexandria, Va.; Blackwell Davis, Powhatan Sc:hool, Miliwood, Va.; Michael Trussell, Riverside Military Aca- demy, Gainesville, Florida; Edna Wysong, Church Home and Hos- pital, Baltimore, Md.; Francis Dan MISS PEGGY ATKINS Mrs. Athel Atkins of Ranson announced this week the engage- ment of her d.aughter, Peggy Ann t.o Mr. Perry Strother Nicodemus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicode- mus of Rippon. Miss Atkins is a graduate of Charles Town High School and is now employed by Doubleday & Company of Berryville, Va. Mr. Nlcodemus is also ~a grad- uate of Charles Town High School and is now attending Shepherd College. No date has been set for the wed ding. MRS. MARY E. WELLER Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Teller, 64, widow of the late Charles P. Tel- ler, East Liberty street, died Tues day morning at 6:30, Dec. 30 in the Charles Town General Hos- pital where she was taken Satur- day nigt~t when stricken at her home. Born July 4th, 1891 in Charles Town she was a daughter of the late Philip and Minnie Minerva Fidinger Dorsey of Charles Town. Surviving are one son, Charles P. Weller, Jr. at the home, ~thxee brothers, Paul, Charles and Frank Dorsey, all of Charles Town; and two grandchildren . Friends will be received at ,the ~l, .University of Pc., Phil., Pa.; t Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- e~ia Clifford. Immacula+ta, hn-laI H~e until Friday where ser- acum~a, ~'a. [vices will be held at 2 p. m. The -"- [ Rev. Carlyle McDonald of the L. D. Nichols; 3rd, Miller Webb. [Charles Town Presbyterian Chur- Porch-ls,t Howard ~m n" ~ - I c'h, will olTmiate and burial will be W. D. Hockensmi,th, Jr~. o , znalin Edge Hill Cemetery. House-lst, Mamie Marquette; ] 2nd. Walter Fox. I odist Church. Most Unusual-lst, Lee Hoover: [ Civic or Commercial in~itulion- ~" 2nd, Lloyd Jones, Jr. [Friendship Fire Company. Entrance-lst, l~oy S: Butts; 2nd I Melvin Fields. ] High court reaffirms ban on a Most attravtive outdoor tree- l wife's testimony. ErneSt Earman. [ ------------------- Religious Display-Bolivar Meth-. READ THE CLASSIFIED~ The Restaurant in Harpers Ferry Invites You to Dine By the Open Fire and Enjoy Our Special Dinners. NEW YEAR'S DAY--Roast Stuffed G tse Dijonnaise Jan. 2---Crab au gratin Jan. 3---Medallion of Beef Jan. 4:--Roast Lamb with Mint Sauce-- Sunday Noon Towne House Buffet--S nday Night Jan. 5---Beef Stroganoff Jan. 6--Cornish Game Hens stuffed with Wild Rice Jan. 7--Roast Pork Every Day the Towne House Offers a Choice of-- Seafood Platter Bre& t of ChiCken in Sauce Md.; Martins~burg; Oak Ridge, Lobster Newburg Williamsburg Ham Tenn.; Berryville, Va., Winchester, Dutch Oven Roast Steak Va.; Danville, Va.; Arlingon and Alexandria, Va. OPEN Daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Prior to the wedding %he bride (CLOSED New Year's Eve at 4:00 P. M.) was given a number of pro-wed- ding showers and a dinner at the Telephone 3351 home of her parents. The bridal ~ ~, ..~,~.,,~,~.~,~,~.~,~.,~,~_~,~,~,~~~ party was given a rehearsal party ............................................ by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Teller ~=--==-=-=:~229,L-2.~: of Harpers Ferry. The bride's aunts, Mrs. John" Pearl, Mrs. William Link, Mrs. Mary Clipp, honored her at a mis- cellaneous shower wt the home of Mrs. John l~by, Dec. 12. The tab- le was trimmed with many variet- ies of cookies and cake wi,th a Punch bowl ~t the end. The bride received many lovely gifts. The bride was also given a mis- cellaneous shower by Mrs. Louisa Sheets at the home of Mrs. C. A. Maxwell on Dec. 19. The room was decorated wi~h candles, white # wedding bells and silver ~nsel. The table had a beau~,iful center piece of pine cones and red leaves and red candles a.t each end. Many varieties of cookies and cake, nuts miz~ts were ,arranged on the tub- i le. Mrs. Raymond Boyer, mother i of the bride, presided ~t the pun ch bowl. M ........ ~ ..... f Charles Town over the holidays r. ana mrs. ,Jack ~p nK~, o . ' 'S ............... i-- wsitlng Mrs. Stllman s sa ter, Mrs. kluntlngDon, W. va., are Y154b n~ .^,.. o~, .... .,.a ;omil,, o-,~ ^*~- relatives .... in CharlesTown over"""'* ~,,,,,,,,=r ~-,, -- ~ ,,,,u. v~..- .... i" er relatives and friends m the ~]:le l-i.Ol aays ..... ,. ~~ri~aevZi{ ~2i:i~l NMi!~ r "~or Dillow and Mrs. 'l~obert Dil- Miss Patsy Gran.~ wassic.k with low were Sunday dinner guests of thei. flu during me cnnstmas Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd and noi aays. Betty at their home on West Lib- Miss Patricia Lookinbill, who zrtystreet. ~ moved to Arlington, Va. in No- Mr and Mrs. Oscar M. Dick Mr and Mrs Avis Grim have re- vember, is now employed as a .'Dr M. Dick, now residing on their farm near turned to their home on West Steno-office assistant for an at- keley County, quietly celebrated their Golden Washington street after spending torney in Clarendon, Va.:. spynt Sunday, December 28. The couple attended Christmas with their uncle and the Christmas nonaays wm~ nor aunt Mr. and Mrs Robert Lackey uarents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Look- ~Y morning, had dinner at "Plantation Manor" in St, Petersburg "Florida. While inbill South George street. ;11 Called during the afternoon at the home of E. Watson, Jr., Sax~son Farm, Leetown Roa~l. there they also 'tourned several Miss Mary Barker, of Harpers axe Oscar M. Dick, Jr., and Mrs. Raymond points of interest in Southern Ferry, spent the holidays at the county; Mrs. Homes G. Spitzer, Laurel, F'lorida. the home of her niece, Mrs. Char- Whitacre, Va., and Mrs, Watson, at Mr. C. N. Dorsey went to Wash- los C. Ahalt and returned home was made. gtor, D. C. Tuesday to attend a on Monday. grandchildren and two great grandchildren !business meeting of the Washing- Granville B. Smith, of Danville, I ton Post-Times Herald newspaper. Va., spent the Chiristmas holidaYS with his sister, Mrs. Charles C. [Ferry, spent Christmas week wi~h Ahalt, at her home on South[her brother, Mr. Robert Small- t wood and family George street. He arrived Sa- ] :urday, Dec. 20, and returned to] Mrs. Madeline Grenard, profes- Danville Tuesday Dec 30th [sor of mathematics at West Vir- -- A L S 0 -- . _ '~. "., ?'. . ,' ginia Institute" of Technoligy Mrs Mary ~ ~mgget~ Mapm- ' ~, ,,~" _ .. " ~ : ..... [Montgomery West Vwgmm was a ...... was a ~unaay gues~ oz aaz~. h .......... *'-~ ,,,oo ,,,o, One Group of Dresses - $5.00 each ..... ' ....... rr vi'le V- ,,,v,o~ ~,,.o~ ,,, ,,,,.,~ ,.N.,o~ ,,,,,- ~eme ,, ~mz~n m ~ae y ~ a " ' '[ raven during part of the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Tharpe,! ~ One Group of Dresses - $10.00 each 'Maplehurs$" spent Christmas Day II&#t, ~ ~/ m and Sunda9 with Mrs. Tharpe, lwlnners ~,flrlslmas parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stolle, I .... near Berryville Va . : . . . iDecorationsHammt errv Other REDUCTIONS Not Listed ~aiss ~etty oune StlcKel, tecn-! , -- -- ~(i )) nician at the Memorial Hospitalll a|mx, Close Outs and $1.00 Groups in Berkeley Springs, spent M0n-|ll#~ll~l IMtlllll~lllt, l~l~ and esday at her homeI rare are the wlnner for Christ TO Be Offered Maplehurst She returned Tues 1 s in Har ers Ferr '. . "]m~ts Decor~t'on , p y aay afternoon. , | and Boliv,ar' Mr. and Mrs. Oenn!ngs Smali-/ Doorway-ist. Willard Moler HUGAR ' wood and sons, Gary and Donald, 1 2nd, Robert Leonard. e.] Pr~mises-l~t, Herbert Sperry; Y,[ 2nd, Bill Sponsler; 3rd, Rai , CHARLES TOWN, - - - W. V A. Oden. Window-lst, Win. Ramey; 2nd,