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Miss JoAnn Crum Exc-h$1g th Mr. Lochner In Martinsburg Church Mr. and Mrs. Robert I). Lochner One of the lovelies't Christmas the guest book. weddings to take place in this sec For her wedding trip the bride tion last month was solemnized wore a English walking suit ot in St. Joseph's Catholic Church,black and white tweed, white blou Martinsbm'g, a,t 2 p. m. December se, white feather hat and white 27, when Miss Betty JoAnn Crum gloves along with black shoes and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene bag. Her flowers were the white L. Crum, Ranson, became ti~e orchid from the prayer book. bride of Mr. Robelt D. Lochner, son of Mrs. Margaret Borra and the late Walter Lochner of Los C~es, Calif. he double ring ceremony was performed by Fa, ther Charles Fer ry t}efore a background of red and whi~e Poinsettas and evergreens with white ,tapers. 1~. Peter Busch, Jr., rendered a program of pre-nuptial music from the church organ as :the wedding guests assembled. The bride given in manqage by her father chose a waltz length gown of white Chantilly lace :and nylon tulle over white bridal sat- in. Designed wi,ttI a fitted bodice and irredescent sequins and seed pearls .trimmed the peter pan col- lar: it's long sleeves ending in calla poin,ts over the hands. Her veil of tulle fell from a i,ara of lace and seed pearls. She carried u white prayer book with a whi'te orchid and streamers of white sat in ribbon with whi~te baby mums. The matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Crum, sister-m-law of the bride. She wore a dress of Christ mas red taffeta wi, th a bateau neckline, long sleeves, full skirt, matching cummerbund and shoes. Her headdress was a crown of English holly and she carried a lar ge spray of English holly tied width a green satin bow. The bride's maids were: Miss Carole Coleman of Rochester, N. Y., Miss Mary Lee Dllolw and Miss Oarlene Dillow of Ransom cousins ef the bride. They wore Emeral green taffeta dresses with bateau hcckline, long sleeves, full skirt, ~natching cummerbund and shoes. ~heir headdresses were crowns of 4English holly and they carried ~rge sprays of holly tied with ~ed satin bows. Best man to Mr. Lochner was ~llen Brasko and the ushers were ~ohn Busch and Gaylord Dillow. Li,ttle Miss Mary Susan Chamb Sin, cousin of the bride was flower ~lrl and she wore a white nylon ress with a red taffeta cummer- und. She carried a basket of hol )y and wore a crown of holly. * The brides mother wore a dress ~f cardinal red silk with matching hat and shoes. She wore a corsage of green orchids. Due to weather conditions, ,the grooms parents were not ~ble to &ttend. Mr, and Mrs. Peter Busch aunt and uncle of ihe groom stood ~n" She wore a navy blue dress ,@i, th blue accessories and corsage of orchids. Following the ceremony a recep- tivn was held in the Social Hall of the Charles Town Moose C,lub', On the brides table along wi,th a centerpiece was a large wedding cake topped with a bride and groom. 5~'rs. Raymond Crum, aunt of ,l).h bride cut the wedding cake ~a~]J Mrs. Harold Chamblin aunt of the bride and Mrs. Peter Bus- ch ware at the punch bowl. Miss P~tricia Ingram was in charge of Following the reception the cou ple left for a honeymoon in Wash- in,ton, D. C. The bride was ~'aduated from Charles Town High School and at the present time is employed by .the J. C. Penny Company. The groom was graduated from Los Gatos Union High School and then en,tered the U. S. Army and he is presently stationed in Am- berg, Germany. i The bride will reside with her parents temporarily and the groom has returned to Army duty in Germany. Out-of-town guests at the wed- i ding were from Martinsburg, Roch ester, N. Y. and Amberg, Germany. Miss Peterson To Wed Mr. Kenneth F. Price MISS PATRICIA PETERSON Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson of Ranson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daug, hter ~Miss Patr~cia Lorene Peterson to Mr. Kenneth Frank- lin Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. tester F. Price of Charles Town. Miss Peterson is a senior at Ch.arles Town High School. Mr. Price is a graduate of Ohar lea Town High School, class of 1957. He is employed by the Pew hatch Brass and Iron Works. A June wedding is planned. Hagerstown Girl Will Ranson Youth In Late Summer Huptials Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Weaklem, Sr. 401 South Potomac Street, Hag- erstown, announce the engage- ment of .their daughter, Ruth Mal lory to Wil'liam Frederic Baker tile son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bak OWNE HOUSE The Restaurant in Harpers Ferry Invites You h) DINE By the Open Fire and enjoy Sandwiches, Ligh! Meals or Complete Dinnez . Seafood Platter Dutch Oven Roast Breast of Chicken in Sauce Lobster Newburg : Williamsburg Ham Steak Delicious Curries, Bombay Style Week-end Specialties: Jan.16:--Red Snapper Jan.17:--Roast Beef with Yorkshire Pudding Jan.18:--Roast L~mb with Mint S~tucc (at noon) Sunday Night Buffet APPROPRIATE DISHES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES. Telephone 3351 ...... ,i I ~~~t~t~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~ll~~~~~l~~l~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~tl~~~t~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~i~t| I I I lilt I lit lit Ill 1111 II I I Illttl t l I lit II I I Ill I II I t Ill It It I t I I II I I ! I Ill Ill 11111111 Ill I Ill It I I II I It It I I II I lll II I t lllllllllllllllllllll II Ill Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Furr left early this week for St. Petersburg, Florida where they will spend a month or so. Mrs. Helen Robinson and Miss Be.ssie Hickerson of Charles Town visited Llle Slushers and Wilson's at Leetown on Sunday. On Mon- day night, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Nicewarner and daughter Ruth of Charles Town also visited them. Mrs. Howard Shreck returned to her home Sunday after being a pa tient in the Charles Town General Hospi,tal with pneumonia. Mr. and Mr.~. Blackwell Davis left early this week for North Car olina and other points south where they will visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Bruin back have returned to their home in Takoma PaIk, Md. after an ex- tended visit with her mother Mrs. M. J. Fries, North Mildred Street, Mrs. Brumback is a member of the faculty of Rolling Terrace School, Takoma Park. Mr. Brum- back is a student at Wesley Theol ogical Seminary, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jewell and son Jackie and Mrs. Charles W. Appell were Wednesday night sup per guesL~ with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Stone and family of Ham- ilton, Va. Mrs. Ethel Bishop is visi~ting her son and sister Mr. Alton Bishop and Mrs. Eugene Eby of Washing- ton, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Frye were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jacobs West Hyattsville, Md. They also stopped to visit Mrs. R. F. Miller of Boyd, Md. Miss Leigh Sage of Arlington, Va. spent a week during the Christ mas Holidays as guests of Miss Mary Randolph Smgh at her home "Silver Spring". Miss Sage was a former roommate last year of Mary Randolph Smith at Stu- art Hall, Staunton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr. spent last Monday in Staunt0n Va. They were accompanied by ,their daughters Miss Ruth Rogers Smith and Mary Randolph Smith and their friend, Miss Jane Moore Ambrose who are students at Stuart Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Butler spent the first 3 days af this week in Roanoke, Va. where they at- tended .the Virginia Sta,te Hortic ulture Convention. Mrs. Nannie E. Fleming of Shen andoah Junction is visiting Mrs. Rena Melton of Samuel Street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ap- pell, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jewell and son Jackie were Tuesday night din ner guest, s with their aunt, Mrs. 'Annie V. Nelson of Knoxville, Md. Other visitors who also enjoyed the delicious roast turkey dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holder, Mrs. Goldie Watkins and grand- daughter. Donna Green and Mr. Tommy Nuse all of Knoxville, Md. er 414 North Mildred Street, Ran son. Miss Weaklem was graduated from South Hagerstown High School with the class of 1958 and ~s presently employed in the Ser- vice office of Sears, Roebuck and Company. Mr. Baker was graduated from Charles Town High School with the class of 1956 and the Hagers- town Business College. He is pres- ently employed by the Ranson Ma chine Works, Ransom W. Va. A late summer wedding is being planned by the couple. Miss Jenkins Betrothed To Mr. Paul L. Swartz MISS MARY LOU JENKINS Mr. and Mrs. Norval Jenkins of Uvilla, announce the engagemen't Of their daughter, Mary Lou to Paul LeGarde Swartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Swartz of Inwood. Miss Jenkins is a member of the 1959 graduating class at Shep- herdstown High School. Mr. Swartz is a graduate from Musselman High School and is now a junior at Shepherd College. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Lt. George Mitchell To Wed Hood College Girl Mr. and Mrs. S. Spearman Lan- caster, Jr. of Rock Point, Mary- land announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Lorraine to Lt. (USAF) George Bernard Mitchell, son of Colonel tUSAF- ret.) and Mrs. John D. Mitchell of Vienna, Va. Miss Lancaster is a senior at Hood College in Frederick, Mary- land, where she is majoring in Pol itical Science. Lt. Mitchell is a 1958 graduate of the U. S. Mili- tary Academy, and is stationed at Keesler AFB, Mississippi. Lt. Mitchell is .the grandson of the late J. Milton Slifer of this ci, ty and of Mrs. Slifer, now in Vienna, Va. with her daughter, Mrs. Mitchell. A June wedding is planned. Miss Wilt Betrothed To Private John Mower CAROLE E. WILT Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilt of Harpers Ferry announce the en- gagement of their daughter Carole Elizabeth to Private John Harris Mower, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Mower of Bedford Road,~Cumberland, Md. Miss Wilt, a graduate of Har- pers Ferry High School Class of '56 is now employed by the U. S. Gove,'nment. Private Mower, a graduate of Fort Hill High School, class of '56 is in the U. S. Army sta,tioned at Fort Knox, Ky. where he is now abtending Specialist Training School. No date has been set for the wed ding. Miss loyc Jenkins Engaged To Mr. Rudolph MISS JOYCE ANN JENKINS Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins of Summit Point announced the engagement of ,their d'aughter, Joyce Ann to Mr. Ernest W. Ru- dolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bent- ley Rudolph of Charles Town. Miss Jenkins is a Junior at the Charles Town High School and Mr. Rudolph is a gradua~te of Charles Town High School and is now employed at Doubleday Co., Berryville, Va. The wedding is planned soon after Miss Jenkins graduates. Smithburg {Md.} Girl To Wed Charles Town Youth Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Tu- ber Sr., "Bishopridge", Smithburg, Md., announce the engagement of their daughter, Margaret Alice to Charles Robert Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Long, Char- les Town. Miss Tabor is a graduae of Smtthburg High School with the class of 1956 and is a senior of the Washington County Hospital School of Nursing. Mr. Long is a graduate of Mas sanutten Milgary Academy, Wood stock, Va. with .the class of 1955. He attended Davis and Elkins Col lege, Elkins, W. Va. He is a mem- ber of Sigma Phi Epsilon frater- nity. He is now a studen,t in the X-ray department of the Wash- ington County. Hospital. An August wedding is being planned. Jaycee-ettes Plan For Woman Of Year Award, Other Projects Dolll Madison Has Meetim The Dolly Madison Garden Club met Thursday evening, January 8 at the home of Mrs. Dale Keyser on East Washington Stret wi,~h Mrs. Richard Hart serving as co- hostess for the meeting. The meeting was called to order by club president, Mrs. A. D. 'Peters. Mrs. Clopper read the min- utes of the previous meeting, fol- lowed by the Treasurer's report. The possibility of the club spon- soring an "Invitation Dance" was disctussed with Mrs. Win. Coyle, and Mrs. Win. Roth appointed as co-chairman to further investi- gate this project. Mrs. Conrad Hammann and Mrs. Roger Perry will also serve on this commit- Lee. A report was ~iven by Mrs. Geo rge Mullen and Mrs. Marshall Brown on the "'Needy Basket" the club donated at Christmas time to a family in Jefferson County. Mrs. Guy Tucker reported on the "Favors" and Mrs. William Perry on the "Table Arrange- merits" which were made by ~he club members for the County In firmary for the Christmas holi- days. Mrs. Alonzo Peters read a note which was received from the Jun ior Woman's Club, along wi'th a check f6r five dollars for second place in the "'Table Setting Con- test," held recently at the Junior High School. A report on the recent Christ- mas Party held at the "Towne House" in Harpers Ferry was giv en by Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Wil- liam Perry. The Dolly Madison Garden Club was asked to submit u nominee for the "'Woman of the Year" Award to be given by ,the Jefferson Coun ty Jaycee-cites this year a,t a ban quet held in collaboration wit.h the Jaycees on January 21st. Mrs. Tucker was appointed as chair- man of the committee to select a nominee, width Mrs. Richard Funk and Mrs. Steve Clopper serving on the committee. Mrs. A. D. Peters, and Mrs. Con red Hammann, Vice President will be the delegates to the Garden Club Convention on March 30, 31 and April 1 at the Greenbrier He tel in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Mrs. Richard Hart and Mrs. Charles Strider will serve as alter hate delegates to t,he convention. A very interesting and entight ening lecture and demonstration was given by Mrs. Wm. Flanna- gun, member of the Olde Berkeley Garden Club of Martinsburg on Drying flowers and Dried Arran- gements. Mrs. Conrad Hammann receiv- ed a blue ribbon for her dried ar- rangement, Mrs. Robert Butler, red; Mrs. A. D. Peters, yellow; and Mrs. Roger Perry, white. Flower show practice "Tex,ture Contrast" for .the month was ar- ranged by Mrs, Steve Clopper and Mrs. Richard Hart, Mrs. Eismon Hostess To Gleaner's Class Mrs. Gordon Eismon, wo.s hos- ess to members of The Gleaners Sunday School Class of The Char lea Town Methodi~ Church at her home South Mildred Street Tues day evening. Twenty two members and two visitors presen,t. The visi- tors were Mrs. Mary S. Clagett and Mrs: Kathryn Burns. The Devotionals were in charge of the cla~ president Mrs. Roscoe Payne using for her theme "For- giveness". At the close of the devot ionals, Mrs Edna Smith who was in charge of the program intro- duced Mrs. Mary S. Clagett, ,the guest speaker who gave a most Miss Marl WalkerBecomes Bride Of Mr. Winkler in Leetown Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. John Lester Winkler Miss Mary Carolyn Walker, dau pital School of Nursing served as ghter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walk- maid of honor. She was gowned in er of Leetown, became*,~ Che,~bride an copen blue taffeta and lace of Mr. John Lester Winkler, son fashioned with a V-neckline, ~three of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor W~nkler quarter-length sleeves and bouff of Leetown in a double-ring can- ant floor length skirt. Her head- dlelight ceremony marked by sire- piece was a tiara of matching lace. plicity and charm Monday evening She carried a cascade bouquet of Jan. 5 at 7 o'clock. The cere- rose-colored carnations. mony was performed in the Lee- Mr. Franklin Winkler of Pike- town Baptist Church by the Rev.side, W. Va. was best man to his Dewey D. Underwood, pastor, a- gainst a background of white glad iolas, pom pores, chrysanthemums palms and lighted .tapers in can- dleabra. Miss Dixie Dunn, organist, gave a recital of nuptial music includ- ing "O Promise Me", and "Be- cause" as well as the nuptial wed ding marches. The bride given in marriage by ,her father, wore a ,traditional gown of whi'te slipper satin and Chantilly, lace fashioned with a Sweetheart neckline, tong sleeves, with points over the wrists fit- ted bodice and bouffant floor-len ~th skirt. Her fingertip veil of il- lusion was held in place by a cor onet of white velvet. She carried a white nurse's testament topped by a white orchid and pom pom chrysan them~tms. Miss Lois Lesher of Chambers- burg, Pc. a classmwte of the bride of the Washington County Hos- brother and the ushers were Mr. Colin Dunbar of Leetown and Mr. Stanley Dunn, Jr. of Middleway. For her daughter's wedding :the bride's mother chose a dress of Navy blue silk wgh black access- ories. Her corsage was of yellow pom pom chrysanthemums. Mrs. Winkler, mother of the groom, chose a dress of coral lin en with black accessories. Her cot sage was of white pom pom chry- santhemums. Immed4ately following the cere- mony a reception was held in the church social room. The bride's table was decorated with lighted tapers and a bouquet of white gladiolas and pom pom chrysan- themums. The four 'tiered wedding cake, ,topped by a miniature bride and groom, was served by Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Presiding at ,the SPIRIT 6---A inspiring talk on New Year's Re- solutions. A shoPt business meeting was .held conducted by Mrs. Payne, af- ter which delightful refreshments of fruit salad, on lettuce leaf, fan cy crackers, assorted fancy nuts, mints and coffee was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Arlene Funkhouser, Mrs. Mary Frances Ingram and Mrs. Edna Shull. F HAL Blue Ridge Knights N 0 W Pythias To Install C 0 A S Officers Jan. 20 At 8 The recen,tly elected officers of SKIR S Blue l%Idge Lodge No. 131. Knights of Pythias of Charles Town will be inst~lled at a special installat- ion ceremony to be held Tuesday evening, Jan. 20 at 8 p. m. In Kastle Hall, it-was announced Tuesday. C~pt. Fred Nussl~aum, who in December joined ,the staff of the Children's Haven in Charles Town and who served as a grand outer guard for the Knights of Pythias of Oklahoma, will be the installing officer. New officers ,to be installed are: John Demory, Chancellor comman der; Johnu F. Gardner, III, vice chancellor; Edward L. Chrisman, prelate; William Nichols, master- at-arms; Raymond Breeden, inner guard; Alec Costello, ou,ter guard William Gracey, financial secre- tary; Lester Henry, treasurer; and Thomas Kitchen, secretary. The Jefferson County Jaycee- ettes met at the home of Mrs. Shirley Hunt January 8 width fif- teen members present. It was announced *that letters had been sent to the various clubs[ in Jefferson County *to submit names for the Outstanding Worn- ,an of the .year. They are hoping this will be a very successful pro* jeer. Pauline Kisner reported that a Christmas basket filled wi*th food, Woman's Club Will Meet clothing and .toys had 'been de- livered to a needy family and was 'vho ,o~, t~ ,.o..t,..~ ,, .,h~ r,~,~, very much appreomted, i lea Town Woman's Club will be Committees were named for a h l ..... n 20 - e cl "iRlesaay evening da as , scavenger hun~t ,to be held in Feb- i ..... - :y' .- ---~ ~me CJUD 'nouse on ~ou, m .teorge I ruary and also ior..the 1959 Charm [ ~,~ ot ~ , ,~ Revue. t As the program topic for Jan- was[I ...... ~'~ -, v ..... Mrs Charlotte Fairbairn the- intr~" -^" ~h" *h~ -'ro-ra-- t uary is "Art", Mrs. Harold Lorenz l,t uuu~u uy ~ ~ p ~ t~a i ~h~Irmon and ,,=v,~ a ver- d,diah.t land Mrs. John Skinner will g, ve a ful talk on Harpers Ferry National ! demonstra'tion in portrait sketch- ~#~,n, men* ~ro-ress ,ilng and painting, using a club ..... '~ ~" " men~ber aS a model. The meeting was adjourned a~t[ q, ho ,~,~.~m ,~.~o~ ~^ ,,o o,, which time ~,he hostess served de- I. ,/:"~ Y."~'"" v,,,-,oyo.?,, .~ a:~ liolous refreshments I ln~ere~,mg one aria a iU,ll a~tena- . ' lance is urCed by the president, _______ 24t-. ,Mrs. 0 S. Bloom BAKE S LE,. J.N.. ll I Mrs. Bloom sta, ted *ha~" at Chis Ba~:e Sale ~or ~emor woman's meeting plans wH1 ~be made for ,the Club at Jefferson Hardware Sat- Camp Galahad benefi't coffee .par :urday, Jan. 24 9:00 a. m. Home- : ty which is ,to be held Saturday, made cake, 'pies, Jellies, cookies, Jan. 31. candy, saMds and bread on sale. WEA ERS SL BRAS EWE RY SMART CHARLES TOWN punch bowl was Mr.~. Winkler. Miss Carol was in charge of the For a motor trip bride wore a black ted suit with black a red coat. For her lifted the white orchid bridal bouquet. Mrs. Winkler is a Charles Town High a member of the SeniOr [the Washington County School of Nursing of ~I Md. is a ' Mr. Winkler , Charles Town High has served three years U. S. Armed Forces, wi,th Airborne Division in present he is engaged and is employed by ,the Department. Betty Campbell Mr. Samuel BETTY LOU Mrs. IAllian P. Kelle les Town announce t ment of her daughter, Campbell to Mr. SR _mu~ burg of Knoxville lvia Lauderdale Flu l~/Iiss ( a graduate'of Charles' SChool and is now em the National Bank in ton, D. C. Mr. Remsb minent41businessman Maryland. A Spring wedding iS Cub Sceuts Newspaper Pla !, Six members of Den 4, Cub Scouts of long with their Mrs. Orcu~tt Evans, Jr news,paper plant of Publishing Company at 4 p. m. They four'of the plant by who explained to them various processes of publishing a the work of turning cial printing. Mrs. Lo~ Den Mother for ,the .unable to be prcsen,t OF JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, JANUARY E A R A N C E ALL SALES FINAL NO CHARGES FASHIONS MARTINSBURG