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!i~ i% At fi :' f'j~ In Shepherdstown groom's mothe~ was attired in on S. George Street Tueesday af- i)lue brocade with matching hat tar being a patient in Baltimore and shoes. Both wore white or- hospital for several days. chids. I Roger Manuel who has been Following ti~e ceremony a re- in failing health for some time, caption was given in Fellowship entered the Newton D. Baker Vet Itall of the church. The bride's erans Hospital near Martinsburg table was set with crystal and on Wednesday for treatment and white poinsettias. The wedding observation. cake was served by Mrs. Henry Hyman Viener, who makes his M, Snyder St., aunt of the bride home now in Washington, D. C. Miss Dorothy Boltz and Miss Mar was a visitor in Charles Town on garet Lang of Martinsburg pre- Tuesday, attending the luncheon sided at the punch bowls. Miss meeting held at the Thomas Jar- Pamela Itill cousin of the bride, ferson Hotel by the Peoples Bank attended the guest book. Mrs. Wil Mr. Viener is enjoying good heal liam Lehman served as hostess, th and he thoroughly enjoyed The bride is a graduate of Shep meeting his many firends who herd College and is teaching in were in attendance at the lunch- Baltimore County, Md. con. . The groom is a graduate of Mr. and Mrs Sterling Tenney Shepherd College and the Mary- of "Bert Morr Orchard' spent land University School of Law. Christmas Holiday's with their He is practicing in Washington. daughter and son-in-law Mr. and .Mrs. Huber chose silver blue Mrs. John D. Huff master and wool, a velvet hat, black fox grandson David at Chicopee Falls muffs, black accessories and a Mass. Also with firends in Rock white orchid for a wedding trip way, N. J. to Pocono Manor, Pa. t Mr. and Mrs. George Greenwalt The groom's parents entertain entertained at their home at En- ed the bridal party and guests at gle over the Christmas Holiday a buret at Ferry Hill after re- with a lovely Christmas dinner hearsal Monday night. A wedding which was enjoyed by everyone. brunch was given in honor of the Out of town guests were Mr. and couple and guests at Ferry Hill Mrs. James Welty and daughter Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Cleadith by the bride's parents Tuesday iTail and daughter Donna, Mrs. morning. Thelma Meadows and daughter - - - Julie all of Baltimore, Md., Mr. PERSONALS and Mrs. Garland Frye and dau- .. Louis Huber ghter and son Joan and Randy caplet of seed pearls and irrides of Winchester, Va., Mr .and Mrs. cents. A bridal bouquet was a ........ re James Powers of Sandy Hook, shower of white poinsettias, pom Miss 'atmcla owers Has . Md., Mr. and Mrs. William Green poms and greenery turnea to maaison onege, liar- walt and family of Aiexandria, M;s Richard teile - u ..... risonburg after spending the hol- Va. and Mrs. Editi B. Welty of . ' . . ." ..... iday with her parents Mr. and Shenandoah Junction town, was matron ot Honor wear- ,,w,- ,,-- -" " .....Uer house Last Thursday little Miss Car- ing white organizine taffeta feat-I~uest2~d-urXm~ ~tl~e~'-ilo~day was olyn Grant, daughter of Mr. and uring a large bowl at the back ~oo ~,~.~,,t.. p~i~f.v va Mrs. Pat Grant had the misfor- which gently draped to form I ................................ --. poufs to the hemline. Iter veiled .. Mrs. Margaret Lel aster: North tune of burning herself. cap was of swirled white feath- u, eorge Street emertamea reiau- Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Smith married by the Rev. Randall Par- sons, the bride's pastor perform- ed the double ring ceremony. , The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Knott of Shepherdstown, the groom is the son of M~. and Mrs. George Louis Huber of Catonsville, Md. For a group of classics preced- ing and during the ceremony Mrs. C. N. Byron was at the or- gy. Traditional wedding march- e~ were used and Bernard Ton- a~i, of Martinsburg sang "Be- c~se" and Pants Angelicus" be- f~e the riles. 2he 'Wedding Hy- was sung during the cere- ny. bride, escorted to the altar by her father wore a chapel train gown of white tissue taffeta and Alencon lace. Her veil of import- ed silk illusion was attached to a Please Turn to Page 5-A and Read SHUGART'S Notice of New Store Hours: Jan. 12-1.t.--LP rs. She carried a cascade of red yes and friends with a pleasant Jr. o:t Berryville, Va. were call- and white poinsettias. ,dinner on Sunday at her home ers Miss Ella Smith's apart- Miss Mary Lowe Campbell of'and on Monday Mrs. Bessie Fade- merit on Saturday afternoon. Shepherdstown, was a bridesmaid ley Euclid Avenue was a lunch- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy She carried red poinsettias as did eon a~d dinner guest with Mrs. Dunn and family Friday night Miss Diana Knott, a sister of the LeMaster. I were Mrs. Howard Dunn and Mr. bride. Their gowns were identi-: Mrs. Marshall Wilson, Leetown and Mrs. Ralph Dunn of Summit cal to that of the matron of honor visited Mr and Mrs. Howard Ash- | Point and on Sunday Miss Bonnie carrying out the Winter white wood, Ranson last Saturday. ~Alger of Charles Town and Mr. theme. [ Maj. and Mr~ Charles L. Qrane Charles Dyke of Virginia visited Little Judith Lynn tIuber, of lannounce the birth of a son with them. Baltimore, Md. niece of the I James on Saturday, January 7 atI Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Box- groom was flower girl. Carrying ~ Pittsfield, Mass. Both parents are well and Mr .and Mrs. Ernest t Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. at their ence of the Women of the Moose for this district will be held at the local Moose Home Sunday, January 29, Charles Town Chap- ter being the hostess chapter. The meeting will be called to or- der at 1:30. Further plans for the meeting will be announced at a later date. Several letters of importance were read and the Chapter ad- ourned to meet again Tuesday, January 24th at 8 o'clock for the regular business meeting. After the meeting delicious refresh- ments were served by the Child Care Committee. Robin Huyett Named Presndent Shenandoah Juniorette Garden Club The Shenandoah Juniorette Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Manning Smith Tuesday uary 10, 1961. The annual election of officers was held with Robin Huyett el- Maxwell Dunn Named Citizen Of Month At Charles Town High SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAm, ADVOCATI] 6--A THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, traditions of the Nursing Pro- fession: NOW TttEREFORE BE IT RE- SOLVED that it is the will of the Board of Managers of The Char- les Town General Hospital that Mrs. Edna Stiger,~ be. and she is hereby ,commended for her loyal devotion to this Institution, the Communities of Charles Town and Ranson and the County of Jefferson and that the President md Secretary of this Corporation care during the service on uary 15, nor until the new ing system is installed in educational building. parents are urged to bring children with them to the A. M. service. Announce Enga ent Miss Judith Robinson do deliver unto her a copy of this resolution. Done this 10th day of January, 1961. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Donald Fuss, President of Harpers Ferry announced ATTEST: Richard E. Neal, Secretary "You Can Be Sure" Sermon Series To Begin Presbyterian Church To Mr. Thomas week the engagement of daughter Judith Lynn to Mr. Thomas Lee Manuel sea I Mrs. Charlotte Manuel of town, Md .and Mrs. uel of Bakerton. Both Miss Robinson and Manuel are graduates of the pars Ferry High School 1960. Miss Robinson is now coted as president; Cynthia Cain MAXWELL DUNN With people having many un- ed with the Federal vice president; Becky Pestun sec Maxwell Dunn, son of Mr. and certainties about God and the in the Pentagon in Wa retary; Gayle Marshall, program Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Route 1, Kear Christian Life, the Rev. Carlyle D. C. Mr. Manuel is eml chairman; Marsha Pine property neysville, West Virginia, has A. McDonald will preach a ser- the Martinsburg Frozen chairman and Karen Marcus been chosen Citizen of the Month ies of sermons on assurances that vice. scrapbook chairman. Missy Ram- for December, 1960, at Charles people may have about these. No date has been set for ey, Mary Master, Jacqueline Bush Town Senior High School. This The first in this Series will be at wedding. and Stephanie Clopper will serve is a projezt sponsored by the on the .scrapbook committee. Gar Gordon Eismon Chapter of the'the Charles Town Presbyterian den club yearboks for 1961 were National Honor Society to pro-IChurch at 11:00 A. M. on Jan- FREDERI made at this meeting. ]mote good citizenship and to re-uary 15 and the topic will be Following the business meeting ward worthy students. For four "You Can Be Sure of God's George W. 21 and t refreshments were served by the years, Max has been an active Grace." Other sermons in this E. Cunningham 19, both of the hostess Mrs. Smith and Mrs. member of the local chapter of series will follow on succeeding les Town, have been gran Paul Cain. The Shenandoah Juniorette the future Farmers of America. I Sundays" The public is invited to marriage license in F, rede As a senior, he is serving as pres any and all of these services, but Md. Garden Club is sponsored by the ident of this club. Last year he are encouraged to take in the Shenandoah Garden Club. held the office of secretary. A whole series. "Unfortunately" the GO To NDh member of the Leetown Baptist church office announced, there Church, his interests include will be no provision for nursery USE TH]E C-- SSIMEI farming, music and horses. NOTICE. Because of his quiet manner, tentiveness, cooperation, and at- Program For Dolly Madison Garden Club Dolly Madison Garden Club members met at the home of Mrs. titude, Maxwell Dunn has been presented this award. Resolution Harold Parr for their January WHEREAS Mrs. Edna O. Stig- meeting and one of the highlights ers has been employed by The of the meeting was a program on Charles Town General Hospital various gardening, landscaping from December, 1948 to Decem- and flower arranging books pres- bar 31, 1960 both as a Superinten- anted by Mrs. AI Hooper. dent and Assistant Superinten- Mrs. J. Strider Meier, chair- dent; man of the Junior Garden Clubs AND WHEREAS Mrs. Stigers of the county, reported that Jun- has been an unusually loyal and ior Garden Club members had devoted employee of said Hospit- decorated Christmas trees at the al; Knott Rest Home at Christmas AND WHEREAS Mrs. Stigers time and that Mrs. Hugh Caper- has contributed unstingly of her ton will give a talk on "Birds" at time and talents to the service of the January meeting, the ill of Jefferson County, West The project committee" chair- Virginia; man, Mrs. Richard Hart, reported AND WHEREAS Mrs. Stigers some planting had been done at has made countless contributions the Charles Town Senior High to the continuation, growth, devel School and that more will be I opment and improvement of The done in the near future. Charles Town General Hospital; Arrangements and Horticul- AND WHEREAS Mrs. Stigers WE WILL BE CLOSED NEXT WEEK During the Remodeling of Our Store. WILL OPEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 CHARLES TOWN PHOTO 61FT SHOP PHONE 367 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, ~ Miss Jean Perks is a surgical home "Silver Spring" ture were judged by Mrs. James has sought to uphold the finest patient in the Charles Town Gen- ~i~ii~ .......... I Jane Moore Ambrose has re- M. Mason, III. erai rmsp~tal recuperaung mccoy , er She Prachce "Out I rlpk,~ 1~,,~-,~,,,,,~,~ ~,~ l-I,~.~,~,~ ll~,r ~ Mrs. Joe Cain of Charles Town ham, N C where she is a sty, of the Shadows" a composition turned to Duke University, D~ The Flow w " ~ i ~ ~ ~ ~ l lt= a. x j was removed from Charles Town dent after" st)ending the Chrttlt' displayed in a shadow box which ...................... Hospital to Winchester Memorial mas Holidaysat her home "Pa, was arranged by Mrs. William INVITES YOU TO DINE BY THE Ot'] N FIRE Hospital on Tuesday. nton" near town :" Roth, Mrs. Donald Kilmer and I FRESH LOBSTER AND SEAFOOD-- MM::s EJmOh;an e r hnrinWe toew: dCamp:el1 GAmber S 2ft WIi idt Mr tsYflham Perry received 99 Every Frsday Night ers of Berryville, Va. were callers School, Lewisburg, W. Va. whore[ For their arrangement An Ar .... at Miss Ella B. Smiths Apt. on he is a freshman after spendinglrangement of Foliage in a Battle' SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET-- ' Tuesday afternoon the holidays home. A" iMrs. C. H. Strider Jr. received a From 4:00 P. M. Until Closing Mrs. Leonora Moler has return ....... : I blue ribbon, Mrs. Richard Stein : ed to her home Alla-Willa Drive nt^,o ~al~ ~n~o|na$# :jaxed and Mrs. AI Hooper a yel New York Cut Sirloins, T-Bone Steaks, Filet is slowly recovering after having LIVII3 IlVlU UU ilIG ) ) ~ ~low. S T E V E N S Mignon, Williamsburg Ham, Fried Chicken--- been rushed to Charles Town Gen i I Ribbons were awarded the fol- ......... '/eral Hospital for Blood Transfus-. a.,In ph. Fv k ]lowing for horticulture: Sumoe, Ull --' I Avallame very I{ [ions oh December 27 I$ ]Blue, Mrs. Richard Hart; Jonquil, nl-u mmmm S ram.,, ..... nmmq u l " CI Blue, Mrs Richard Stein; Golden ][ an A Tale-hone Harry VIener, well known ocal The Charles Town Lzons ubl^ ......... ,,my o vv t, u ress mue, tars n trmer B : " _ ..... [resident and member of the firm met in regular session TuesdayJ _YP .... 7 . Blue" R. P. LEONARD, Prop: Harpers lplerry 6al [of Hyman Viener & Sons of Char evening, Jan. i0 at the Blii et_dr.;' ryffamia ,_.Ar_vorv ae, ..... i ~ d t his he e " f " Mrs' ~ 1-1 ~trzuer or.; mu~tzu .les Town, returne o m Grass Inn m the Thomas Je ftr, I . . _.. .......... - .... son Hotel with President Hugh [ Pine, ea, rs. tr aer Via presiding" A nuncement "japanese 'ern' xelmw' mrs" w" MO tlll NF was made that the club would trmer Jr. ]hold a joint meeting with the In. ] .... , wood-Bunker Hill Lions Club 1 1Ub PINTS UT lOOO I Tuesday, Jan. 17 and all LionsI I" " " fare asked to meet in the parking[ I%k.,&,,J T,,, DA,~ ~ma$o L ., lot of Leggetts Store at 6:00p m [ Ile J OH furies' Lion Herman Willis presented [ .... o. _ _ onr'l?., I0 a former Lion of the Tygrat Val [ glondnl hlla ILl.day Icy Club. Ray Conard cashier of[ ................... ,P , " : Peoples Bank. ...... I The Tuesday visit of the Red International ounseuor v, , Cross Bloodmobile unit to Char- Eismon inducted him into tL', les . Vamo.s ........ Town proved to be one of Fine Muslin Charles Town UIUO, Lion t:onar , . . the most successful the local Red plans to move his family here m ros C s Chapter has sponsored in the near future. The Lion Paper Collection will some time, with a total of 105 tints of blood being donated. be held the 3rd Saturday in Jan Mrs. James M. Mason, Chapter uary it was announced and all chairman, said a total of 115 per /0 Lions and helpers are asked to sons offered to give blood but meet at Peoples Supply 1:00 p. m, ten had to be rejected for one on Jan. 21. There will be no reason or another. She expressed ................. .'t meeting on Jan. 24 as the Lions appreciation to the public for the 30th Anniversary celebration will response to the plea for blood. be held Saturday evening, Jan. Mrs:' Mason said there were 20 28, plans are being made to han- new donors Tuesday and 40 dle a large attendance, others who gave blood as replace The Lions plan to attend the ment for.some which either they distinguished Service Award Ban or friends or relatives had receiv quet Wednesday, Jan. 25 sport- ed from the Red Cross Blood sored by the Jr. Chamber of Corn bank previously. merce at the Citizens Fire Hall. Caleb Burns, a representative Also in the making is the L ons of the Charles Town Kiwanis Annual football banquet which Club made the four-gallon club will be held the latter part of Feb Tuesday, while Glenn Ramsburg ruary, and Roger Ramey, representing ....... the Citizen's Fire Company made ... then you'll love the Buick Special! You get Buick Women Of Moose Have the two gallon club. James Cameron of the Michi- gtMh gun Lime Stone Company, madethe one-gallon club as did Connie comfort, ride and go-plus,,. -gas savings to boot ! The Buick Special is 100/o Buick--wit"eve.'. Buick s all day ride, Buick. Clean Look of Ni eeting Hammann and Randolph Anders thing that means. Like Buick go, for example. Action and Body by Fisher--all priced less A new 155-h.p. aluminum V-8 gives you more than most models of the low.prlce fieldl Come Charles Town Chapter Number of the Valley Board Corporation; sizzle than many a big car. And, because guest-test the Special at your Buickdealer's-- 1028 of the Women of the Moose James R. Henry of the Powhatan aluminum turns deadweight into live action, but come prepared to lose your heart.* held their Child Care Chapter Brass and Iron Works; Frank An Night Program Tuesday, January derson of the National Park Ser- the miles per gallon figures are most delightful. DTTTg V ODI ('4TAT 10 at the Muse Home. The meet- vice at Harpers Ferry; Carl Then there's Buick comfort--bigroomy com- 1JUl I . k, l, ing was called to order at 8 Shank of Esso Distributors; and fort for heads, hips and legs. There s also THE BEST OF 130"['11 WORLDS .~ o'clock by Sefiior Regent, Mrs. William Ott of Dixie-Narco. ............................................. , ..................................................................................... Bessie Tumblin. After the Four- This time it was the E. E. Fair SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHDRIZED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW Fold Decoration and roll call the child plant of Ranson which had " " Chapter proceeded with the En- the largest number of donors, 12, YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER IN CH/L LES TOWN IS: rollment of one new Co-Worker while Powhatan Brass employees Mrs. Elaine Johnson, into the de- always one of the top eontribut- . fending circle, ors at each visit of the Bloodmo- The annual Mid-Winter Confer- bile to Charles Town had 11. I Phone 399 I Charles Town x 99 $1 1 72 x 108 Twin Fitted Regular 81 x 108 Double Fitted 'Regular MOHAWK 42 x 36 PILLOW CASES Regular $1.00 ....... Pair PLAID SHEET BLANKETS WHITE SHEET BLANKEU Regular $1.49 Cotton Plaids Regula2 $1.98 Snowy While In 66 x 76 Double Bed Size COtton in 70 x 90 Double size $ .00 each for