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PERSONAL - SOCIAL ITEMS CLUBS- MEETINGS- FAMILY ACTIVITIES Mrs. JUNE BOHRER, Editor DIAL 725-2046 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II I Dr. and Mrs. John L. VanMetre, and Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Trussell returned to their homes in Char- les Town on Friday, after a Car- ibhean cruise. Kevin Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, Jr., of near Charles Town, returned home on Friday from the King's Daughters Hospital, Martinsbttrg, after un- dergoing surgery Monday morn. ing. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clark Furr, Charles Town, are the proud parents of a son Rick Alan, born February 16, in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Furr is the former Miss Miss Patricia Wilklns To Wed Mr. Robert It Smith, I!1 This Summer Art Program To Begin At Jefferson County Civic Center March 4 Friday, March 4th, the Art Pro- gram will start at the Jefferson County Civic Center. Classes for adults will be held every Friday evening from March 4th through May 27th from 7:30 until 9:30 p. m., with the exception of April 8th, Good Friday. Mr. Gary Moreland, of the Shepherd College faculty, is the instructor. Each person is asked to bring his own materials for oils, or those +interested in pastel crayons or charcoal or lead pencil should bring crayons, pencils, and a hard backed sketch pad or drawing board and paper. Instruction will be given in all of these mediums. IMiss r. Pein " :Club Has Patriotic. Program For Meeting The Harpers Ferry District Wo- man's Club held its monthly meeting at the clubhouse, Thurs- day evening, February 17, at 7 p. m. to allow the executive board to have a short business session as the regular one was snowed out. The Nominating Committee for the ensuing year was chosen. Those elected were: Mrs. Clifford C. Johnson, Mrs. Archie W. Franzen and Mrs. Gil- bert E. Perry. Officers for the new year will be elected at the March program meeting. Delegates to the State Convent- ion to be held March 21, 22, 23 at the Greenbrier Hotel, White Sul- phur Springs, were chosen. They are: Mrs. Marshall Orndorff, pres- ident, and Mrs. Carl Auvil, first vice-president. They will take with them for entrance into the State Arts and Crafts show of award winners from the State clubs the Water Lily design crocheted bedspread by Mrs. Ed- gar Dudrow, and the Cock-of-the Walk design hooked rug by Mrs. Carlos Starr, award winning en- tries. The oil painting by Jerome Phillips of the V. A. Center, in Martinsburg, will be the entry for the handicapped entrants. The program was opened with a prayer by Mrs. Orndorff, alleg- iance to the flag was pledged and Mary Frances Magaha. Fees for the 12-week session America was sung Mrs. Richard Mrs. John Packer of near Pitts- are $1500 Beginners and ad- Hart, sponsor of the program, burgh, Pa., is visiting her sister, vanced students are both wel. which had a patriotic theme, in- Miss Ruth Philips, on South Sam- come to join this class, troduced her husband, Mr. Rich- uel Street. MISS PATRICIA WILKINS ard Hart, instructor at Mather Misses Betty Driver, Pat Lewis, gah. n i D A PkA. TA Training Center, who ran the Cathy Vincunas, Florence Ditlow, Mrs. alert Wilkins of Winches. fJ Ot, il i /U film of colonial days in American and Doris Unger all student nur- ter, Va., announces the engage- . History, depicting the gracious ses at District School of Nursing merit of her daughter, Patricia TN wing and the hectic political in Washington, D. C., were the Ruth, to Robert Randolph Smith ........ r .......... battles in that period just before weekend guests of Doris parents III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert . the outbreak of the Revolution- Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Unger. R. Smith, Jr. of Silver Spring iS vea{] movement MR. AND MRS. DAVID ALAN KIRSTEIN cry War, in and around Williams- Farm, Charles Town, West Va. burg. Mrs. Hart read a paper on Mrs. Mary E. Jenkins, a rest- Miss Wilkins is the daughter A response to one trend in re- Miso Mar-aret Ka- Grater dau accessorie- -,,n a -,hi ,,r the origin of the song Yankee dent of St. Joseph's Home for of the late Mr. alert Wilkins. Shecefi :h l:gl'Galdtp:nDk n " ..... ide::i- taer "of Mr.S and Mrs Russell' K." 1 The groom'sO """ mother-- "= ""wore"' 'a Doodle. Hostesses for the even- the Aged, 220 H. Street, N. E., is the granddaughter of Mrs. ........ " ........ " Grater, former residents of Harp-I dark green velvet suit with baby were." rs_ uooer Leonara, Hospital,is a surgical8th patientand Mass.in CasualtYAve., N. theArthUrlateWilkinsMr. Wilkins.f EdinburgMiss Wilk-and je j.t, ve n eonm v unaay ers Ferry, now residing in Three blue accessories. Both mothers lrs. w! ur ono, M.rs: LesJie W+, Washington, D.C. ins is also the granddaughter of + Rivers, California, became the pinned white carnations.: ones,_ mrs. L s er weoo ann ..... ...... bride of Mr David Alan Kirstein, [ Following the ceremony+ a re- +Arcme :ranzen. Misses Lucy and Sarah Alfriend the late Reverend and Mrs. W.D. ecmr oz ion nurcn, wi, so-- of Mr "and Mrs Mere, Kir [ce ti0n was held for some 50 etresnmen s carried out the 0f Yorktown, N. Y., are visiting Keene. preach on this subject at 11 a. m. stein -f Tarzano"Vh,," ] i- .... m,an ., patriotic red, white and blue, with red punch filled w th blue me their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph A few+.wnters and thinkers in rsday, evening, Dec. 23. which was decorated also with a re ...... ' + John S, Alfriend, South Samuel Smith of Charles Town and the curren meomgica circzes nave The lovely and +mnr ssive dou I Christmo +hem- eva- a ceo cup cakes ann cherry Street. late Mr. and Mrs. William Herb- ......... , ......... " 1 " Mrs. Robert Brady of Shenan. ert Rogers of Kimballton, Va., are VZride r doah Junction has returned the grandparents of Mr. Smith. +' home from a six-week's vacation Miss Wilkins is a graduate of and visiting her sister and broth- Handley High Schol and is a sen- er-in-law, M/Sgt. and Mrs. E. C. tar at Radford College majoring ..... e- , a o y-weds, ass'sted . . c t d in the Christmas motif, / with the receiving and serving of ,.A= ...... Hawk of Satellite Beach, Florida. in home economics. She is a mere pubhcatmns and televzsmn pro- arc e . While in Florida Mrs. Brady had her of the German Dance Club auctions, with frosted evergreens and large I the guests. They came from Fort In response to many questions bouquets of poinsettas on the Campbell, Kentucky, where he is mvm-I/l / w- + the pleasure of seeing one of our recording secretary of Alpha Sig- raised during the past two weeks alter /stationed with the 101st Airborne lKlkl llklg P J lqP : weather satellites launched on ma Taw Social Sorority and the on the subject, Mr. Bartlett will The bride, given in marriage {Division. . Feb. 3 at 2:43 a, m. from Cape Virginia Home Economics Associ attempt to explore the reasons by her father, wore a long white/ Following the reception, the i Kennedy. Mr. Robert Brady and ation. . mother, Jenny Brady drove toMr. Smith is a graduate of behind these somewhat sensation- velvet gown with long sleeves, bride and groom left for a wedd- .... al speculations and to put them fashioned to a point over the | ing trip to the Los Angeles area. .... the NationaI Airport to meetCharles Town High School and is into a framework of Christion wrist and trimmed with pearl{ For traveling the bride wore a ...... + Mrs. Brady on Satuday. a +senie at Virginia Polytehnic reference. e hbroidered lace medallions. Her] Navy blue suit with an orchid cor l YLrl' ; Institute majoring in horticuI- finger-tip veil of illusion was held lsage. I M I' A TFtDIT' C Haw ture. He is past president of the L---'-u...,,.,+-o ]with a pearl and crystal head-, The bride was graduated from I i Jefferson- Berkeley County Fruit nuliloit piece An orchid, surrounded by Los Lamas High School in Wal-Former Prin, - l [Growers. _ ..... _ I gardenias and a stephanotis, for- nut Creek, California, and she' !-. ....... N llaib- l" S01emn[zed I A Summer wedding is planned. Ab0 t Sch0o Bond Le fl/ I med her bridal bouquet. She car- attended Chico State College in j JRCK~H)n lllgn ~cnooi ] ., ried a lace handkerchief held by California; the University of] (The Man AndWith School ! in Oe own Church I Miss nk Members of the South Jeffer- her mother when she was mar- Maryland and she is now in her ! (Exnerience ,,,, ,-,,, ." Trainin I so-- Ruritan +ub me+ M,,-n'.,, I ried senior year at Long Beach State l " "-- "" 11 %~. t. ull~.t ~,.y, " ChurchThe Virginiain Hager~towr~,AvenueMd.,Baptist I P~dpro- g~d TO S0r0rl~ At Feb .... 21 at st John's Parish in t The bride was attended by her College. While residing, in Harp-I FOR THE PP r p g ......... I SON COUNTY Ri on and for thei ro ram roster, Barbara Grater of Pullman ers Ferry she was actwe in the JEFFER ided the setting Saturday, Feb.I -- they heard Jefferson Countv lwasnmgton, as mare of honor, Charms Town i'resbytermn Chu-I 5, for the marriage of Miss Judy st Virg|n]a Uni 'sity Schools Su,,erintendent land M'ss Ruth Ann W eston of rch Young Peoples Work I Lowery explain the school bond Walnut Creek, Cahforma, as The bridegroom attended Went[ Your Vote Apprecmted Ann McCauley, daughter of Mr. le, , whic rs bridesmaid Both the honor atten worth Military Academy in Miss- Jan TE and Mrs. Percy L. McCauley, [ Miss Kitty Kayrl Link, daugh- h the vote are o ]no . . .......... [ .27- Pd. Pol. Adv. t be ask t. v ,m~dsv oan~s were a~zlrea in cranoerry ouri and the Umversl~y of Haw-, 311 West King street, Martins-iter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bay- o ed ote on T ......, March 8 in a necia election red velvet gowns fashioned ram- aii, prior to entering Military ser- I burg and Mr, Donald Edward rle Link of Route 2, Kearneysville .............. Lo ere old t fltar to the bmdes They wore vzce He took bamc Army Hawkins. son of Mr. and Mrs. was pledged to Pi Beta Phi Sorori w _. t ... how he h ..... " " 000 bein ked fo w fur crown hats w th short training at Fort Ord Cahfornia, =. _..... Donald I awkins of Charles Town. ty on February 9. g as r to construct . T new school buildings and make red ve ls and carrmd whzte fur and is now attending Communic- VO The Reverend Kenneth Schmidt KRty is a freshman at West Vir additions to existing ones would muffs pinned with a small bow. ations School and Officers Can- _|,( T TttT P officiated at the 2:45 p. m. nup- ginia University where she is . . ' uet of hall- and red ribbons didat " ch 1 at ........... tial service, majoring in medical technology, oeneflt the students and how it q Y e oo t oraon, The bride chose for her wed- She is also a member of the W. will also affect the taxpayer with white Streamers. Georgia. FOR ding a waltz length gown of white V. U. Amateur Radio Club'and The club agreed to joinMr. Dennis Kirstein, brother of The bride's parents resided in County Commissioner satin and nylon jersey featuring the Student Party. county-wide Ruritan effort to the groom, served as his best man Harpers Ferry for some time, a shirred midriff insert and tOp- ped with a lace jacket. She added a veil of nylon maline arranged from a crown of braided seed pearls, and carried a nosegay of white carnations. Miss Derrinda Kay Pitzer, cou- sin of the bride was her maid of honor and only attendant. Best man for Mr. Hawkins was his brother, Jeyn Hawkins. The couple were entertained Sunday, February 6, at a recept- ion at the home of the bride's parents. They later left for a short honeymoon in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins will re- side temporarily with the latter's parents in Martinsburg. They plan to move into their own mobile home in Charles Town next month. Mrs. Hawkins is a graduate of Martinsburg Senior High School, and is employed at Tony's Pizza- rina in Charles Town. Mr. Hawkins, who attended Cha rles Town schools, is employed at Charles Town Race Track. Mrs. Warren Mickey Did Not Resign, But Was Granted Release The headline on a school board story carried in last week's ed- ition of this newspaper, incor- rectly stated that Mrs. Warren Mickey, a member of the faculty at the Charles Town Junior High School, had resigne4 her teaching post to accept a job with the newly created curriculum Center at Shepherd College. The head- line should have stated as the story did, that Mrs. Mickey was released from her teacher post by the school board for the re- mainder of this year. Her release became effective Feh. 21 and Mrs. Odessa Snyder was named to re. loaCe Mrs. Mickey at Charles wn Junior High School for the remainder of the year. THE VILLAGE HOUSE .... AT .... Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. FOR BUSINESS I | i -- -- ] .... fl sponsor a bloodmobile visit in June with Caleb Burns as club chairman. The Ladies Night for 1966 will be held at the Shady Rest Resta- urant, Martinsburg. The club gave the Welfare Committee the authority to give the Jackson family $50.00 or any other assist- ance. The Jackson family home in Summit Point was destroyed by a fire February 21. Seven club members attended the Food Handlers qualification meeting in Charles Town recent- Mr. Cooper at a future meeting and qualify all members as/food handlers. The club will help with the current Boy Scout fund drive held this week. Legion Post Postpones The regular monthly meeting of Jackson-Perks Post No. 71, Charles Town, has been post- poned from March 3, to Thursday evening, March 10, at 8 at the Legion Lounge. The potspone- merit is due to the Legion's birth- day which runs from March 15-17 and plans are being made to hold a joint meeting with the Auxil- iary on March, 10. Assembly Of Cmd Church I The Rev. William P. Reed, pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God Church, located on Fairfax Blvd., and Fifth Ave. in Ranson, an- nounces the following schedule of services for Sunday and subse- quent week nights. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Morning worship at 11:00. Sunday evening Evangelistic service at 7:30. Tuesday, Christ's Ambassadors meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. and Mr. Douglas Kirstein, another brother of the groom, lighted the candles on the alter Mr. Stephen Grater, brother of the bride, served as usher. The mother of the bride was attired in an American Beauty snk shantung suit with matching while Mr. Grater was connected with the Harpers Ferry National Monument where he served as supervisor of the Stephen T. Mat- her Training Center in Harpers Ferry. Mr, Grater is now con- nected with the Sequoia National Park in California. 3 Kited FROM PAGE 1-A Surviving are four sons; Donald C. Jr., Richard C., Wayne C., and Thomas Lee C.; one daughter; Jean C., all of Ranson; his mother also of Ranson; three sisters -- Mrs. Marshall McAboy of Hall- town; Mrs. Martha Hummer, of Winston-Salem, N. C.; and Mrs. Rosie Ahalt of Ranson; and two brothers, Paul Courtney of Har- pers Ferry; and Reuben H. Court- hey of Ranson, also survive. Services were held Wednesday morning at 11 from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson, by the Rev. William Reed. He was assisted by Rev. M. C. Scott. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Anderson, who worked as a laborer, was born in Ranson, on March 16, 1918, a son of Mrs. Emma Clem Anderson and the late Edward Anderson. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town. Surviving are four sisters .-- Mrs. LuciUe Chamblin, Mrs. Mabel Mills, Mrs. Virginia Brook- man and Mrs. Marie Carey, all of Ranson; and four brothers; LeRoy, Bryan, Carl and Forrest Anderson, all of Ranson. Funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Col- onial Funeral Home in Ranson by the Rev. Allen Bartlett, with bt rial being ,made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Redman was born in Ranson Oct. 15, 1921, a son of William P. and the late Mandy Walker Redman. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his father; two sisters . - Mrs. Corn Smallwood, Charles Town; and Mrs. Frank Littleton of Ranson; three broth- ers -- Joseph A, and Charles W. Redman, both of Ranson; and Merle J. of Sacramento, Califor- nia; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held this morning (Thursday) at 1{} o'clock from the Smith Memorial Funeral Home in Charles Town, by the Rev. Richard Neal, pastor of St. Thomas, Lutheran Church fin Ranson. Burial was made in the national cemetery in Win- chester, Va. " rden Club Of The Air" To Be Presented Each Monday Over WEPM Radio Final plans and dates have been set for the "Garden Club of the Air", prepared and presented by the garden clubs in the Shen- andoah-Potpmac District. These programs will be heard over WEVM radio on each Monday, at 1:45 P. M. beginning February 28th and running thru May 23rd. A variety of topics will be dis- cussed, including planting, con- servation, conditioning cut flow- ers, insect control, State Park., and other interesting subjects. Go To Church Sunday KABLETOWN DISTRICT Experienced County Farmer YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Feb. 10-TE, Pd. YOUR VOTE and support will be appreciated by --- John N. Newcomer Candidate For County Commissioner Harpers Ferry District (Owner and Operator) CUffside Motel) Feb. 10-tf.-pd. IIIIII III IIIII I II I,Will Appreciate Your VOTE And SUPPORT J. Edward Magaha --FOR-- County Commissioner KABLETOWN DISTRICT Feb. 17-TE, Pd. II II I I II I RE-ELECT GEORGE CRIM FOR County Commissioner KABLETOWN DISTRICT YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED AT THE MAY 10 PRIMARY ELECTION Feb. 24-TE-Pd. IIII I SPIRIT OF YEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1966 * USMC, son of Mrs. J [MISS Deborah K. Cheshre oc ood of Shepherdsv'ille, ! Miss Cheshire is a 1965 1 En{ ement Ann0 nced uate of Charles Town High Sc and is now attending Shep . . . College, Shepherdstown,' /0 I'r. wuflam LOCKWO00 Virginia. l Pfc. Lockwood attended sc in Louisville, Kentucky, an presently serving with the States Marine Corps on his MISS DEBORAH K. CHESHIRE Mr. and Mrs John Elwood Cheshire of Summit Point, West Virginia, announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Deborah Kay, to William Ernest Lockwood ond tour of duty in Vietnam. No date has been set for wedding. Gleaners Class To Hold Rummage Sale Feb. 25-26 The Gleaners Class of the bury Methodist Church will a rummage sale in the erly occupied by Merchant Noland, West Washington, on Friday and Saturday, cry 25 and 26. Anyone with l articles to donate may leave articles at the room on afternoon, as there will be one there to take donated icles. [- Vote March 8. (Pol. I :1 For Month Of FEBRUARY 'ERMANENTS Were NOW $15.00- $12.50 12.50-- 10.00 10.00 -- 8.00 8.50 -- 7.50 . Make Your Appointment Today. HILL-DALE BEAUTY SALON HILL - DALE SHOPPING CENTER Dial 725-9221 . Charles Town, W. Va. _ ALWAYS PLENTY OF. F-R-E-E PARKING , -o :D IY PUBL,I SALE s ti wing farm~ aml dairying, we will sell on the P Gaines Farm along Rt. 28 ab0ut 2 mi. East of BeallsvllIe ~ 5 mi. SE of Dlckerson, where Cat Tail Rd. leads South off I{~. 28 to farm lane, in Montgomery County Maryland on FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25TH AND 26TH 11:00 A. M. EACH DAY TO-WIT: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH 11:00 A. M. (FIRST DAY) ll8--HEAD DAIRY CATTLE--118 Ninety-four are milk cows of which thirty-five are in first tation, balance young cows. All are Holsteins except two. Thed are four registered Holstein, balance good grades. Forty been fresh from November to sale time, some now fresh some springers balance full milk. Two Holstein bulls, 10 and 18 months each. Three bred heifers due in summer. Seven open heifers over year old. Twelve heifers from 4-12 months old. Herd is T. B. and Bangs accredited and certified and 30 d~ test before sale so that health papers will permit animals to anywhere. 2,500 lb. milk base, Wash, market. Dairy Equipment--Girton 400 gaL stainless steel tank; pipeline complete for 36 stalls; 6 DeLaval pipeline units new 1965, pipeline and units offered separately); 3 sets clippers; 80 gal. glasslined electric water heater; gas dalff heater; silage cart; feed cart; stainless steel wash-up tank. Feeds---700-800 bales mixed alfalfa and timothy hay; bales mixed hay, 1,000 bales straw; 100 bu. barley and rye for feed; 75 tons silage, or all left by sale time. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH AT 11:00 A. M. (SECOND DAY) Farm Machinery, Etc. -- McCormick.Deertng 504 tractor use l less than 500 hours, like new, with 3 bottom 14" plows, hlad corn planters, cultivators, for fast hitch or 3 point hitch. Farmall H, McCormick-Deering with 3 pt. hitch, good conditio W-4 McCormick-Deering tractor for general use. Papec field chopper with pick.up head, motor Holland flail harvester; 2 new Allis Chalmers self wagons, both new 1965 in fall; 3 silage wagons with false and rollers; unloader unit; low down rubber tire wagon New Idea hay conditioner; New Idea side delivery rake; elevators with motors; DB ow elevator. McCormick.Deering Model 46 Pro baler, good condition; Idea semi.mounted mower; New Idea trailer mower; McC-D mower; New Idea elevator with corn head; set vators for H or M tractor; New Idea 501 manure 7 snow blade; New Idea 119 PrO manure spreader; Model McC.Deering manure spreader; Little Genius 12" plows; McCormtck.Deering disc harrow; Clark 28 disc harrow; lever harrow; Buch pulverizer; Woods Bros. single row picker; M-M 20 disc grain drill; 2 wheel farm trailer; trailer field sprayer; Pioneer 20 inch chain saw; 2 watering troughs 280, and 240 gal. each; DeLaval milker 10x38 tractor chains; 12 ft. slab drag; air compressor; 5 ton hydraulic Jack; Craftsman shop vise; chain hoist; small hand and shop tools. Household, Etc. -- Hot Point electric stove; dinette set; mica top table and 6 chairs; Monogram 4 room oil space with oil tank; Snapping Turtle 19" rotary lawn mower; robe; other household furniture not listed. TERMS--CASH each day before removal. Not for accidents. RALPH F. & ADA E. KINNA PHONE DI 5274 EMMERT R. BOWLUS A. DOTY REMSBERG, Auctioneers WACHTER & ALEXANDER, Clerks Lunch will be served Feb.