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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 5,1978 Miss Cynthia Campbell, Mr. Kemp Are Marded In Church Ceremon! Miss Cynthia Ruth Campbell A recep" . .... e became the bride of Mr. Charles ceremony at me cnurcn, Thomas Kemp on November 26, organz by th.e. br!de s aunt: at 2'3n n m in the Indenendent ttutn imey. ASSlStanls were rat Rihlirrh " Shroades, Ginny Shepherd, .... TheV'r(te-isb the dauhtero of Sylvia. Hose, Terry Crawford, the Rev and Mrs Robert R Jamce Shroades and Barbara Campbell, the former pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Shenandoah Junction. The groom is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Kemp of Kear- neysville. The Rev. R. Dennis Campbell, brother of the bride, who is at- tending Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City, Me., and pastor of Garlafil Baptist Church, Clin- ton, Me., officiated for the double ring ceremony. The altar was adorned with vases of yellow taurus, orange carnations and gladioli, enhanced by candlelabra. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in 1 white lace gown featring I square neckline and a bodice of I three layers of lace and a satin; ribbon. Cheryl Campbell served as maid of honor for her sister, and bridesmaids were Becky Kemp, ! sister of the groom, Sue Soutbard, Sandy Padgett and Brenda Strickland. Brenda Kemp, sister of the groom, was flower girl. Mr,, Steve Kemp served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Mr. David Campbell, brother of the bride, Mr Jerry Butts, Mr. Ran Campbell, and Mr. Scott Gaff. Ring bearers was Tony Shroades. The mother of the bride selected a long gold dress and the groom's mother chose a long orange dress, with floral print jacket. Each added a corsage of carnations and rosebuds. Helfrich. The bride was graduated from Jefferson High School in 1977. The groom is a 1974 graduate of Jefferson High For a wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains by car, the bride wore a red skirt and jacket with black shirt and hoots. The couple will reside in Frederick, Md. Out-of-town guests attended the wedding from points in North Dakota, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. PERSONA LS visitors with Mrs. I Holiday John S. Alfriend, at her home on 1 South Samuel Street, were her i sister-in-law, Miss Margaret '!Daingerfield" Alfriend, Clarksburg; her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Harrison and Miss Myrtle Porter, Weston; son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Bryan, and children, Ann, Betsy, Mary and Jimmy, Media, Pa. Miss Jeral Milton of Johnson City, Texas, spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Milton of Summit Point Road. Dinner guests Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Penwell and son Darrell, Mannings, were Mrs. C. W. Lloyd, Boyce, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lloyd, Jr., of Bluemont, Va. 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CALL TODAY 725- 2694 Offer Good Only in Area #17 "WEIGHT WATCHERS" ANDARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF WEIGHT WATCHERS INTERNAT ONAL INC. MANHASSET, N Y WEIGHT WATCHERS INTERNATIONAL, 1978 PERSONAL tl  -'-.,' ",'zzzJ ",N.,4, of near town and daughter Jeral, " ' "nmw UI |S Aellhau# of Johnson City, Texas, visited Mrs. Milton's mother, Mrs. N. M. Rosenhorger, of Strasburg, Wedding Plans Va., on Christmas day Dinner guests on Wednesday Ha ,, ,,, -- I of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Milton ve een lange and daughter Jeral were Rev. I Jeanne Alexander of Charles Announcement was made this [ Town, and her husband, Rev. week that the wedding of Miss I Kent Trice, of College Park, Md. Susan Ashbaugh, of Millville, ' Also Mrs. James W. Milton of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Ashbaugh, of Millville, to Mr. Hugh C. Davis, Jr., also of Millville, will not be an "Open Church" wedding on January 7 , as previously announced. In- I stead, Miss Ashbaugh and Mr. Davis will be married in a quiet ceremony attended by only relatives and a few friends. Christmas Eve dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Milton and daughter Jeral, of near Charles Town, were Mrs. James W. Milton of near town and Mrs. Forrest Simmons of Derwood, Md. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Saville, 625 South Mildred Street, were Mr. and Mrs. James E. Saville, Jr., of Sterling, Va., and Dr. and Mrs. Alain de Sarran of Washington, Pa. Mrs. de Sarran is the former Mary Louise Saville. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Sim- mons of Derwood, Md. ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Milton and daughter Jeral, enjoyed Christmas dinner with Mrs. James W. Milton, of Summit Point Road. Others visiting Mrs. Milton during the holidays were Mrs. Myrtle Via of Rt. 9; Mr. Robert Brown, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Strother Stickles, of the .Summit Point Road. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Eyster, South Samuel Street, were Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Reynolds, Stevenson, Md.; Mrs. Joseph Dew, Chariot- tesville, Va., adn Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morgan Williams, of Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doyle, Mary Beth and Todd were Christmas day dinner guests also. Christmas day dinner guests and visitors with Mr. and Mrs. George Milton, Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Penwell and son Darrell, Mannings; Mr. and Mrs. tester Dillow and daughter Debra, Kabletown Road; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dillow, Waynesboro, Va. Monday evening dinner guests were Mrs. Eliza Milton, Mrs. Virginia Dillow, Mannings; Mr. James Milton, Hillside, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Burdett, Mid- dletown, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Mason and daughter Roxann, Summit Point; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Milton, Millville; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Milton, Jr., son Aaron and daughter Kisha, Orchard Hills; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ballenger, son John Lee, daughter Tara, of Harpers Ferry, Rt. 1. Dinner guests on Wednesday were Mrs. C. W. Lloyd, Boyce, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lloyd, Jr., Bluemont Va.; Mr. Lewis Meadows Harpers Ferry, and Mr. Wayne Dawson, Middieway. Miss Leslie Stokes, Athens, Ga., visited her grandmother Mrs. Arthur L. Glarer, South Samuel Street, over the Christmas holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Milton You'll lovethese Savings! near Charles Town. Mrs. Vernon Cofer and son I Jim, of Norfolk, Va., spent New I Year's weekend with her sisters, I Mrs. H. J. Cain and Miss I Elizabeth Wysong, at their home / on South George Street. Mr. James Pierson of Charles ' Town and Anna Lee Pearrell, of Harpers Ferry, visited Sunday with Mrs. Sally Wiley, Rt. 2, Charles Town, and Mrs. Ann Nick and family, Chestnut Hill. Ft MI# tO #.41(! g4Y fOR 0## #blV ,fPItlN NIS#I##$ $0 wrH OFFBrlII# YOII Mrs. N. M. Rosenberger and Mrs. Rachel Holsinger, of Strasburg, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Milton on Monday at their home in Summit Point. Louise Lloyd, an employee at High's Store, Ranson, has returned to her home in Orchard Hills, after being a patient in George Washington University Hospital. Louise underwent back surgery, and was unable to write Christmas cards to all of her friends, and she would like to thank everyone who helped in so many ways to helP her have a wonderful Christmas and New Year's since she returned home. Christmas day dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs Humphrey Wilt and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LaRue, daughter Donnie, son Lonnie, Mr and Mrs. Paul Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. James Kisner, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Lancaster and daughter Pixie, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Donovan, daughter Lori, Mrs. Rosebud McDaniel, Mrs Vanessa McDaniel and daughter Trina, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner and daughters, Then and Candy. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Smith and daughter Sarah Denny, of Rich- mond, Va., spent Christmas with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith, near town. Mrs. Betsy Wells and son of Winter Park, Fla., spent Christmas with Mrs. Wells' parents, Mr: and Mrs. Talbot W. Jenkins, at their home on South Mildred Street. PARENTS OF SECOND SON Mr. and Mrs. Jan W. Rose, Fredericksburg, Va., announce the birth of their second son, Nicholas Evans, born December 15, in the Mary Washington Hospital. Mrs. Rose is the for- mer Margaret Saville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Saville, 625 South Mildred Street. Mrs. Leland Shugart has m I iss Dorothy Lake Mr. Paul Hoffman and , daughter Jan, of Athens, Ga., spent several days with his mother, Mrs. B. W. Hoffman during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen; Mr. Granville Longerbeam, Jr., of Ransom and Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and daughter Robin of Bakerton, were Friday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow and family and Mr. Tuck Dillow of Shenandoah Junction; Mr. Charles Gary Dillow and children of Alexandria, Va.; Mrs. Jeanette Mills of Fairfax, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Diliow and children of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. T. W. Dillow Jr., and daughter of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Turner and daughter of Parkview Trailer Park; Miss Dawn Turner of Winchester; Mr. Sammy Cole of Knoxville, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oliver and children of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dillow and children were Xmas day guests of Mrs. T. W. Dillow and son. Christmas day dinner guests of Mrs. Dewey Meadows were Debra, Kabletown Road; Mr. Charles Franklin Dillow, a student at the University of Morgantown, and Mr. Steve Ruble, Jefferson Terrace, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters of near Charles Town, were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt, and son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilt, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner. Wednesday night they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LaRue and family. Christmas day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Silveous, Mary's Trailer Park, near Leetown, were their children and families. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barren and children, Allen, Terry, Sherry, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Mary Longerbeam and children, Bonnie, Lester, Charles and April, Mr. and Mrs. James Grim and children, Charles, Donald, Elizabeth and Connie, of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Silveous and son Chad, Leetown; Mrs. Linda Getts, Mike Miller, Lament, Jr., James, Paula, Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Silveous and children, Debbie, Kelly, Julie, Diane of Leetown. Mr. E. Charles Stockman and daughter Lynn, Brooklyn Heights, New York; Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Thomson, McLean, Va., were Christmas holiday visitors of Mrs. Thomson's Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meadows and children of Cavalier Heights and Mr. Craig Meadows who is a student at W.V.U.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows, Jr., and children, of Laurel Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jacobs and daughter of Columbus, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Henson Justis of Richmond. New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Petrucci and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood and children of Jefferson Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Robert TALLAHASSEE, I First scores from tion literacy test thJt youngsters must high school di that a vast ma but about 40 per the simple math I compare prices of sale. sister, Mrs. Craighton Tabb, of Waugherman and children of South Samuel St. : Thurmont, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Petrucci and son and Misses Rosie and Margaret Petrucci. Mrs. Jean Turner and daughter and Mr. Marvin Beatty and daughter of Winchester, were Christmas Eve guests of Mrs. T. W. Dillow. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Whit- tington and daughter of Leesburg, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hofman and daughter Kim, of Phoenix, Arizona, spent Christmas day with Mrs. Thelma Hayslett and Larry Whittington. TYLENOL TABLETS 250 non-aspirin pain relieving tablets. Miss Dot Lake spent Christ- mas day with Mr. and Mrs. I Thomas Lake and family in Woodsboro, Md. Mrs. Gene Ford and children and Mr. and Mrs. Bayles and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Longer- beam. O#g Bt'//H OF #tWit New Year's dinner guests with' Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Penwell and son Darrell, of Mannings, were Mr. and Mrs. George Milton, Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dillow and daughter BOOTS & SADDLE HILLBILLY SUE and MOUNTAIN MEN Friday, Jan. 6th - 10 p.m.-2 a: Saturday, Jan. 7-10 I Monday, Jan. 9th.9 p Jan. 5-1t-pd BETTY ANNOU Janua00/Reg For Mid-Term Dane ei BETTY TAP..JAZ..BALLET (Only two openings available at th TOT CLASS...3 to 6 year JR. TEEN...7 to 13 year BETTY LOU CAVA THREE OAKS HARPERS FERRY, WEST VA. (Classes now.. phone directory: Betty Lou Cara HAPPY NEW Wl tlS|lVt TH| tIGHT TO COIIICT PIINTE0 trials INO LIMI+ QU/LNTITIt$ 19t TOOTHPASTE 7 oz. tube. With fluoride. returned to her home on South Samuel Street after spendinill  Christmas holiday with her son- in-law and VITALIS SPRAY daughter, Mr. and Mrs. EvanEvans at their ham Regular or super hold S.C. Island of Palms, Corbin hair spray. 8 oz. can. Mrs. Sharon was visitor recently with her 59 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters. POLY-GRIP Reg. 2.05. 2.4 oz. tube. ROSE MILK LOTION Reg. 1.89. Unscented or reg. skin cream.8 oz. BROMO SELTZER Reg. 1.47. Effervescent antacid. 4.25 ounce. SCOPE MOUTHWASH Reg. 2.19. For a fresher breath. 18oz. # OFF ll00It00 M# J#lll#It$ ClOg#NO PANT SUITS J EANS CASUAL PANTS SLACKS s SWEATE RS BLOUSES JACKETS s SHIRTS DRESSES POLIDENT ONll FRIM$ #fit Fief  00;ht00op 'n00ottom ROUTE 9 NORTH RANSON, W.VA. VICKS NYQUIL MEDICINE Reg. 2.50. For nighttime. 6 oz. \\; SINUTAB Reg. 2.99. For sinus headacheS. I Reg. SUPER SERVICE PHARMACIES WELLA Reg. 2.25. scent shampoo. 8 o' 19 SCOT'r & WHITE 00oo, gree Charles Town Pharmac ' 125 W. Washington Charles Town, W.Va. NEWL' REMOD IilI