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16 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1978 Luggage All Outerwear PRICE PRICE KAST L E 'S W. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W.Va.  SPECIAL GROUP suits PA.Ts s.o00s sPoRTcoATs SWEATERS DRESS SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS Miss Nedra McGraw, Mr, Jenki I ExchangeVows Hedgesville Churchl I The Hedgesville U.M. Church was the scene of a quaint wed- ding ceremony on December 16, at 8 p.m., when Miss Nedra Ogara McGraw of Rt. 9, Hedgesville, became the bride of Mr. Stanley Edward Jenkins, son of the late Mrs. DelorEs Jenkins and Mr. Donald Jenkins, of Rt. 3, Harpers Ferry. The double ring ceremony was solemnized by the Rev. Emory McGraw, the father of the bride Miss Twila Tradona McGraw, ||O sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Mr. Jeffrey Ellis Ott, brother-in-law of the groom, was the best man. The reception was held in the basement of the church following the ceremony. Preceding the wedding December 1, 1977, the bride was given a wedding shower by Mrs. Gula Engie and Mrs. Donna Ruebanthaw, members of the Hedgesville Church, in the i church basement. On December 2, friends of the bride from Harpers Ferry, gave the bride a party, held at the home of Mrs. Brenda Manuel, sister of the groom. Also on December 2, relatives and friends of the groom gave him a party at the home of Mr. Jenkins at Harpers Ferry. The couple are residing at their home at Rt. 2, Murrill Hill in Harpers Ferry. Miss. Cindy Gano Mr. Michael Wilson and pastor of Hedgesville U.M. Church and former pastor of the Shenandale U.M. Charge, of Wedding Harpers Ferry. Plan June Given in marriage by her parents, the bride was escorted to the altar by her brother, lval Upshaw McGraw. The bride was lovely in her full length gown of satin trimmed in satin ribbon and dainty pastel flowers. The bride carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. presents ' yhe  Anne February 16-19 In the main Opera House Thurs., Fri. & Sat. at 8:30 p.m. Sun. matinee 2:30 p.m. Tickets: $3.50-$2.50 All seats reserved. Phons: 304/725.4429 or 725-2580 Liberty & George Streets Charles Town, W.V. FINAL SALE ON WINTER MERCHANDISE SPECJAL RACK--- 2.00 Ck ONLY - H LAY - A - WAYS NANC00S YOUNG FASHIONS 130 W. Washiqbn Street Chades Town, W. Va. FREE CHERRY WINKS PHONE 725 - 9528 Geerle WashinlPon Chopp00 Down The Cherq Tree But This.Week.end At We Are Chopping Down Pdces Special Group $10412415 Rember, even when it SNOWS You'll have no problem PARKING OR YOU. MAY TAKE PAN-TRAN TO OUR DOOR THE MIRROR BOUTIQUE Where You Have No Parking Worries Honn: Monday & F/'klay.lO a.m.4 p.m. Tins., Wed., 'l'kmm. & Sat,-10 a.m.4 p.m. Tues., Wed. & Thuro.4 p,m.4 p.m. By Appt. MISS CYNTHIA GAY GANO Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gano, 632 Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia Gay, to Mr. Michael N. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar N. Wilson, 408 South Alabama Avenue,l Martinsburg. Miss Gano, a 1977 graduate of Shepherd College, majored in Physical Education, Health and Safety Education. She is presently teaching and coaching at Capon Bridge Junior High School, Capon Bridge, W. Va., and resides in Winchester, Va. Mr. Wilson, a 1975 graduate of Shepherd College, majored in mathematics. He is employed by the Bureau of the Census and currently resides in Suitland, Md. A June 24th wedding is being planned. Miss. Lisa Darlington Mr. Fad N. Carson Engagement IsTold Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen Darlington of 109 E. Second Avenue, Charles Town, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Lisa, to Mr. Earl N. CarsOn, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. "Tommy" Carson, of 6th Avenue, Ranson. Miss Darlington, a 1977 graduate of Jefferson High School, is presently employed at the Dairy Queen. Mr. Carson, a 1974 graduate of Jefferson Hgih School, is associated in the .wrecker business with his father. A summer wedding is planned. HATFIELD APPOINTED HELENA, MONT. -- Democratic Montana Gov. Thomas Judge has appointed Chief Justice Paul Hatfield of the State Supreme Court to complete the unexpired term of U.S. Sen. Lee Metcalf, who died recently. Senate panel appears cer- tain to add changes to treaties. CARPffS CLEANED ln yJr homeO" ;place of busineSs by Von 5chrader ' dry-foam method. fuu No muss ) odor cosr for M Alkllt Yrf CkmN Did 12S.4IOI Charles Hine Given Birthday Party At Restaurant In Fairfax The Peking Restaurant in Fairfax, Va., was the scene of a surprise birthday party on February 9, in honor of Charles Hine, of 214 West Liberty Street, Charles Town. The festive occasion also marked the celebration of the Chinese New Year and the guests were served a ten course feast of succulent Chinese dishes. These attending the 38th birth- day celebration of Mr. Hine, included Mr. and Mrs. Harold lorenz, Mr. and Mrs. William Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Martin, Mrs. Mary Doakes, Mr. Ernest Lane, Mr. Hank White Mr. Rusty Heare, Mr. Glenn Bradley, Ms. Carol Ghrist, Mrs. Mary Jean Light, Mrs. Doris Robinson, Ms. Betty Hott, of Chantilly, Va.; Valerie Hine and Mrs. Charles Hine, who hosted the event. During the evening, Mr. Hine received a money tree presented by the guests and made by Mrs. Harold lorenz. Mrs. Jean Martin baked a sheet cake for the occasion with a tennis court as its theme. Mrs. Katherine Paterson, Former Resident Writes Another PrizeWinning Novel Mrs. Katherine Paterson, a noted author and resident of the Tacoma Park, Md., area, for- merly a resident of Charles Town, has won the Newberry Medal, for her novel, "Bridge of Terabithia". Mrs. Paterson was noted via telephone on Wednesday, January 25, by the 21-member Newberry-Caldecott jury, in Chicago, Ill., that after an all- night session of deliberation, that her book had been selected as the most distinguished con- tribution to literature of children published in the United States during the year 1977. Like so many American children, Mrs. Paterson spent a lot of her childhood reading, "Newberry Books", and she said on being notified of the high honor that to have written such a book as a grown-up is like a fantasy fulfilled. Mrs. Paterson, a daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. G. Raymond Womendorf of 418 Joist Hire Place, Winchester, Va., resided in Charles Town and received some of her early education in Charles TOwn schools while her father was doing interim ministry at the Charles Town Presbyterian Church from time to time. Her parents had been missionaries before they settled in Winchester and they came to Charles Town to reside for a time. Her father is now a retired minister of the Shenandoah Presbytery. This is the second high honor Mrs. Paterson has received on her writings, last year she was notified that the third of her Japanese historical novels for young readers, "The National Pupeteer", had won a national book award. Her latest book, "The Bridge of Terabithia", is the story of two rural Virginia children, their private world and a sudden tragedy set in contemporary I America. The book is dedicated to her son David. It is based on a factual incident in which a little gir| did lose her life. Mrs. Paterson said she was deeply concerned about the reaction's of the family of the little girl, while she was writing the book, for fear they might find it too painful to read. But when she discovered they "liked the book, it meant more to her than any award. Miss-Linda Hix Mr. La Oft Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. John Hix, of Kirkland Air Force Base, New Mexico, announce the engagement of their daughter Linda, to Airman First Class Larry Ott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace A. Oft, of Halltown. Miss Hix is a student at Highland High School at Kirkland Air Base, where her father is an Air Force Career man. Mr. Oft is stationed at the air base. The wedding is being planned fo take place with completion of Mr. Ott's first enlistment. Soviets accomplish first supply docking feat. Income tax cuts to pare with state, local tax deductions. The Beauty Villa 109 S. George St. Featuring The Latest Styles for Men & Women / Personols I II II Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doyle have returned home after a ten-day vacation in Margate, Florida, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marcus and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming. Their son Todd Kilmer, was a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Smoot, Jr. Mrs. Singleton Luttrell of South Seminary Street has been a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Mc- Donald have been vacationing in the Carribbean Islands. Mr. and Mrs. William Ware held a surprise birthday party at their home in Jefferson Village, Feb. 5, for their daughters, Penny and Pare, for their 13th birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hickory Kern and. daughter Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Campbell, all of Stanley, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kirk and daughter Tabatha, Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chapman, Martinsburg; Mrs. Susie Frye and grandson, Halltown; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and daughters, Misty and Melinda and son Kendall, of Jefferson Village. They received many nice gifts. Mrs. Thomas Lurry is recuperating at her home near Leetown after having surgery in the Winchester Memorial i Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Strider, H, of Wateville, Maine, and Mrs. Nancy Ambrose, were guests this past week for luncheon of Mrs. Sidney Strider Niblack at her home "Rose Hill", near Leetown. Dr. Strider, who is president of Colby College, with Mrs. Strider was visiting relatives in the county. 1978 will be a good year for those who fight to move ahead. VISIT BY PRIN-[-ESS JULIE SLONAKEI! FEATURE HORTICULTURAL AUXILIARY Among the highlights of the annual meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Virginia Horticultural Society held January Trinity United Methodist Church in tinsburg, was the appearance and Miss Julie Slonaker, the Princess for licultural Society for this year. Miss Inwood, W. Va., related to the ladies periences in the "Miss Apple contest staged in Gettysburg, Pa. Miss was named "Miss Congeniality" by contestants. The above picture shows Dr. Blizzard, assistant director and field coordinator for the Division of Plant W. Va. University; Miss Slonaker Mrs. Joseph Barrat, left, retiring the Horticultural ,. PEBRUARY IS PERMNANT MONTH AT JUDY'S BEAUTY 620 South George St. CHARLES TOWN, w.VA, ,,/ ,,. Bring This Ad To Debbie and SAVE any Perm During February For An Appointment Call 725. 8704 2rid& Feb. 16th Prescriptions Filled Fast! Consult Us For Expert Advice! That's what we're here We're concerned with good health. Trust us to a personal touch in all do. Rely on our g accuracy in all Take Your Next P To Your Discount Stylists:  SCOTT & WHIT Charles Town PharmacY An, Widmyer YOUR DISCOUNT Brenda Bush, Owner HOURS: Tuesday thru Saturday 9 to 5 Thursday 9 to 7 PHONE: 725-4010 Appointments Not Always SUPER SERVICE PHARMACIES 12S W. Washington St.- Charles Town NEWL Y REMODELED