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Miss Judith Buzby. McMagaha Are 1 Maried In Woodslown (N. l.) Curch MR. And MRS. WILLIAM R. MAGAHA, JR. A marriage of looal interest occurred Saturday January 25, in Woodston..New Jersey, when Miss Judith Lynn Buzy. daughter of Mrs. Joseph Ballinger Buzy, and the late Mr. Buzy. of Woodstown, became the bride of Mr. William Randall Magaha, Jr., son’of Mr. / :hnd Mrs. William Magaha, Six, of A ,‘Winchester, Va. . ,3 The double ring ceremony was ; :ifsolemnized in the manner of the 'acing benches. ’Religious Society of Friends in he Woodstown Frinds Meeting louse, with Mr. and Mrs. James Chestnut serving as overs-eers. r. Chestnut read the marriage *ertificate. The quiet simplicity of the eating house was enhanced by ases of large white mums placed ‘ it two small windows behind the Prior to the service Mrs. Dou- glas H. Hart played several piano selections and aoC'ompanied the soloist, Miss Carolyn Ayers. The bride, escorted down the aisle by her uncle, Mr. Earle H. Conover, of Phoneixville, Pa, was lovely in a gown of white peau suvrmrre... ’a dc sole designed with bateau neck lino, empire bodice and sheath skirt with agathered back ending in a chapel train. The long sleeves were trimmed at the wrists with alencon lace. Appli- ques of the lace, embroidered with seed pearls were sown around the slim waist and down the front of the skirt. Her two-,,. tiered, elbOw length veil of,silk illusion fell from a matching pill Specials 011 For Month 0f February Permanents That Were NOW $12.50 $10.00 10.00 3.50 8.50 7.50 now AT ... TOHY‘S Drive-In Restaurant . 011 Route 9, CAFETERIA STYLE FROM 11:00 A. M. (For The Working People’s Dinner) ONLY (N0 Delay w No Waiting FA Your Meal.) 1010's 01111113111 RESTAURANT 1 PHONE «725-9954 --- CHARLES TOWN, W; VA. (These Prices Also Include Hair Cut) HILL-DALE BEAUTY SALON DIAL {125.9221 u. FOR APPOINTMENT Hill-Dale Shopping Center Charles Town, w. Va. Just North 05' Ramon The ONLY Sniorgasbord In This Area! i open SUNDAY 1:00 P. M. UNTIL .— Adults $2.25 -- Children Under 12 1/2 Price cum: llndert 75c box. She carried a potpourri ar- rangement of white Stephanotis white miniature camations, and white daisy pompop with Salah foliage. Mrs. David Ford, of Cambridge, Vermont, and Miss Linda McCall, Woodstrom, were the honor at- tendants. The bridesmaids were lMiss Laura Ritz, cousin of the. bride, of Monroeville; Miss Kathy Baynes of, Woodstown; and .Mrs. John Murphy of La Crosse, Wis-r cousin. They were all attired in‘ ggowns designed of Nile green peau de sole with empire bodice, ruffed neckline and long, puffed sleeves, forest green velvet floor length skirts. Their headpieces were of matching peau de sole bows and petals. l The honor attendants carried Arlington, Va. Following the ceremony and the signing of the marriage cercl tificate, a. reception was held at‘ the Holiday Inn. A combo headed by Martin Noonan, provided music for dancing at the recept» ion. Later the couple left for Port- land, Maine where they will be residing at 104 Oak street, Apart- ment 36. The bride, 21 graduate of Wood stown High School, attended John ston State College, Johnston, Ver mont and Glassboro State College in New Jersey. The groom, was graduated from Handley High School in Win chester, Va., and is now serving with the U. S. Coast Guard. Miss Mary Magaha, of Charles Town, Godmother and aunt of the groom, attended the wedding as did Mr. and Mrs. Newton Magaba and family of Benton, Md, and Mr. and Mrs. ‘Glenn Magaha and family of Frederick, Md. 1 Oliver Kastle who has been a patient in Winchester Memorial Hospital for several weeks where he underwent major surgery, re- turned to his home on Jefferson _Avenue on Tuesday of this week. He is reported to be recovering in a satisfactory manner. Staff Sgt. Edward G. Gageby, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Mary land. spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George: Gageby of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. . Staff Sgt. Gageby returned home in December after two years over ‘ seas duty in Korea. He is now tak ing schooling in Electronic at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md. Mr. Bill Edwards, Leetown, is still a medical patient in the Cha rles Town General Hospital after .being a patient there for three Tweeks, He is showing some im. ‘provement. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Price, 2nd Avenue spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Shields and children, Larry and Patti at their home in Vienna, Va. Mr. Shields ,who is employed with the Tenn. gValley‘ Association has just been cascade arrangements of yellow transferred to Washington from Fuji Mums with Nile Green vel- Florence Ala. vet loops. The bridesmaids carri- The students at Rippon, Kable ed similiar arrangements of lime town and Summit Point grade green Fuji mums; The bride’s mother school, Working with their spon- wore a, sore, Mr. Sherman, Mrs. Ebersole mint green silk and wool blend 1 and .Mr. Smith. created lovely ensemble and a corsage ofpale green orchids and matching. ac- cessories. * The groom’s mother wore and off white knit dress with soft yellow coat. She wore a matching I bet and black accessories. Her. corsage was of pale green orchids. Mr. Donald Garrett of Win» chester, Va.,« was best man'to Mr. Magaha and the ushers wore: Messrs, Walter Earl Siebert, Jr., Hugh Brent, James Moore, all of Winchester; and Paul Rollins' of ‘ Permanenls .p. . .y‘ .4 Jan. 3045b w all, a MEALS EVERY DAY UNTIL 2:00 P. M. 3 Valentine favors for the patients at the Charles Town General Hos- pital, Knott’s Nursing’Home, Jeff ersoninn: Manor,“ Locust ‘Grove ‘ Rest Home and a ward at the VA Centerg‘Mrs. John Howard, of the’Jr. Red Cross, assisted the children and was reSponsible for the project. For Washington’s birthday, the students at the Ship icy Elementary School at Harpers Ferry made decorative and pat- riotic bookmarks for all of these patients. These were made under the sponsorship of Miss Swisher and Mrs. Oscar Wilt coordinated this phase of the Jr. Red Cross Youth Pro ram. Mr. Bill illdw of the Bloomery Mr. “Tom Dick" Longerbeam of Millville and Mr. “Jake” Holler of Bakerton left Monday for employ ment at Manastee, Michigan. Mr and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Sr, Charles Town spent the week end visiting their son and daugh— ter—in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Jr. and daughter at their home in Greenbelt. Md. ‘ Mrs. George Gageby, Harpers Ferry, spent last week in Upper Marlboro, Md., visiting with her; son-in~law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hale and son. Isabelle Albright has been con-‘ fined to her home in Ranson, the past two weeks with the flu and peneumonia. ‘ Mr. and'Mrs. Guy G. Chicchi- richi of Charles ToWn, announce the birth of their daughter, Eliza- beth Stacey, born in the Win chester Memorial Hospital on February 21, 1969. weighing 7 lbs. 12 oz. Mrs. Chicchirichi is the former Juanita Hockman. Sunday visitors with the Slusln ers and Wilsons, near Leetown, were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer Big Pool, Md, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- gar Bohrer, Terrico Heights, W. Va. and Mr. Ernest Slusher, Jr., Leetown. 1 ~ Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer and daughter spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb and family. in Alexandria, Va. Charles Town Senior A Club To Hold Rummage Sale Friday. Saturday Members of the Charles Town Senior Club will hold a rummage sale Friday, Feb. 28 and Satur- day March 1 in the old Bank of Charles Town building from 5 to ,9 p. m. it was‘ announced this week. T The club also announced that Dean Ott was named the winner of the cedar chest which was lgiven away by the Senior ,Club recently. $1.00 'Mrs. Frank L Bushong Is Honored On Her 90th Birthday Al Reception Mrs. Frank Lee Bushong was honored on her 90th birthday Saturday afternoon at a reception given from 3 until 6 pm. at her home by her daughter, Mrs. George W. Dress, of Vienna, Va., and her two sons, Dr. Millard Bu- shong, a member of the faculty at Shepherd College, and Lee Bu- shong, Charles Town attorney. Even though she requested that gifts be omitted she re- ceived many floral tributes, greeting cards, telegrams and telephone calls marking the oc- casion. They came from such distant points as New York, Flor- ida, and California. One person- al tribute was from U. S. Senator Robert C. Byrd. Born in Baltimore, Md., Feb. 22, 1879, Mrs. Bushong, nee Alice Edna Kessler, in early childhood moved to Pensacola, Fla, where her father, Col. Thomas V. Kess— ler, a leading businessman, was on the staff of four different Gov- MRS. FRANK LEE BUSHONG V Sawyer, the last two being daugh- ters of Mrs. Dress. A three-tier Miss Mary Paul Marshall Named Princess To 1969 Strawberry Festival 1 l l l MISS MARY P. MARSHALL H. Gene Starr, Director-General emors- Marrying Charles Tow“ 3“. birthday cake was used for the of the West Virginia Strawberry tomey Frank L. Bushong in 1907, Mrs. Bushong has lived here ever since in the same home and has been greatly interested in civic clubs and the local Baptist Church. On Saturday she received an imported black lace gown with an orchid corsage. Pouring of coffee and punch were at differ- ent times, by Mrs. Millard Bush- ong and daughter, Mrs. David Pot ‘ter, Mrs. W. H. Wagner and MYS.‘ W. H. Wagner, Jr., Mrs. Allen Baumgardner and Mrs. Richard occasion. The dining room table was cov- jered with~ Italian lace and linen. iA large center piece of red car- ‘nations, white chrysanthemums, and baby’s breath ,along with Sterling candelabra, cut glass and silverware, graced the affair, and gifts from the family includ- ed a gold chain and locket with the February birthstone, a large amethyst, surrounded by cul- tured pearls, given their mother by the three co—hosts and hostess. 1 Miss Jeanne P. Lloyd Engagement Announced , Former Correspondent To Mr. Harry E. lake MISS JEANNE P. LLOYD Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Lloyd, of 210 Euclid Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter Jeanne Paulette, to Mr. Harry Everrett Lake, son of Mrs. Lillian F. Lake and the late Mr. Bennie L. Lake of Berryville, Virginia. Jeanne is a 1967 graduate of Charles Town Senior High School a graduate of the West Virginia College of Beauty Culture in Mar tinsburg, and is presently emplay— ed by the H111 Dale Beauty Salon. Mr. Lake is a 1961 graduate of Clarke County High School, serv- ed in the armed forces and is presently employed by Henkle- Haris Furniture Company in Win cheater, Virginia. The wedding will take place April 12 at 4:00 in the Asbury .United Methodist Church. A re- ception will follow immediately in Fellowship Hall. lndependenl Church Of God Services The following schedule, of serv- ices were announced Tuesday by the Rev. Donald Byers, pastor, for the Independent Church of God, located on 7th Avenue in Ranson. Sunday School Sunday at 9:30 and 11 a. m.; Sunday Worship service at 7:30 p. m.; Bible Study, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.; classes for all ages. Choir practice will be held Sun day evening from 6:30 until 7:15 p. m. Four County Men Are Selected For Edition Outstanding Young Men Word has been received by the Jefferson County Jaycees that four of JeffersOn county’s more prominent and active young men have been selected for inclusion in the 1969 edition of Outstanding Young Men of America. They are: Robert L. Nicewarner, 310 N. Lawrence street, Charles Town, winner of the Jaycee Distinguish ed Service award for 1967; Robert R. Smith. III, RFD, Charles Town winner of the Jaycee Young Farm or award for last year; Rufus W. Park, of Charles Town; who this year was named as one of the five most outstanding young men in West Virginia by the West Virginia Jaycees and Joseph P. Christian, Jr., also of Charles Town, who is currently serving as president of the Jefferson County Jayeees, who has been active in many'ciwc projects dun ling the past several years. Mrs. Edna M. Webb Observes 18th Birthday MRS. EDNA M. WEBB Mrs. Edna M. Webb, who for years was the dean of this news paper’s some 20 county correspon dents before she retired a few years back because of ill health, celebrated her 78th birthday Sun- lday at her home in Bolivar. Mrs. 1Webb was this newspaper’s week lly reporter for the Harpers Ferry Bolivar news column for more than 46 years, during which time Shel missed only some three or (four weeks, writing and mailing gin her newa Iews letter on the ‘happenings in the twin towns of Harpers Ferry and Bolivar. For lyears Mrs. Webb was a most act- ive member of the Methodist ,Church in Bolivar, and of the .Sunday School of the church. Among the out~of—town guests visiting with her for the occasion Sunday were: Mrs. Mary B. Hen« ley of Hillerest Heights, Md., Mr. John L. Mills of Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Standley Conklin and family of Phoenixville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and son of Takoma Park, Md. and Mr. David Jenkins of Summit Point. Garden Club To Hold ZSpring Hal Sale At Civic Center March 1 Members of the Wayside Gar- den Club will hold a Spring hat sale in the Jefferson County Civic Center in Charles Town, Friday, March from unti1 9 p. m. it was announced this week. Hats will be available in prices iranging from $3.98 to $7.98 and the Garden Club members hope the ladies will come and see the new Spring bonnets. V EXPERT Open Monday thru Saturday 8 A. M. 5 P. M. THURSDAY '— VIRGINIA’S BEAUTY SHOP ‘ber of the Camp was in Kings Call Us For A New Hair Style Today MONDAY THRU WEDNESDAY Festive] announces the appoint- ment of Miss Mary Paul Marshall as a princess of this years festival Miss Marshall is a resident of Route 1, Box 189-B, Kearneysville W. Va. She is a 5 foot 7 inch bru- nette, with green eyes and weighs 130. Mary graduated from Charles Town Senior High School and is‘ now employed as a legal score-1 tary for the law office of Avcy & Steptoe in Charles Town. While in school, she was a member of the Student Council and treasury er of the Pep Club. Her hobbies! are sewing, cooking and bowlingi Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Marshall. Miss Marshall is representing- Jefferson County and was appoint ' ed by Delegate Roger J. Perry. The festival this year will be a four day event, June 5 through 8, in Buckhannon. Sons Of Confederate Veterans Has Dinner Meeting Al Wall's Forty-six members of the Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Con- federate Veterans were present Tuesday night for the Camp‘s regular February dinner meeting. The enjoyable affair was held at Walt’s Restaurant in Shepherds- town with the management serv- ing a delicious swiss steak dinner topped off with a dessert of cherry pie. , 1- Commandant Richard Crane presided with secretary F. W. Buckles taking care of the roll call duties as well as reading some correspondence to the 1119111 -,., 4,. ..,.- - ,. -.- a ' ' OPENING bership. Dennis Danie] Link was introduced as a new member of the Camp. Members were told that Keener Eutsler, veteran mem Daughters Hospital in Martins- burg and the secretary was in- structed to send him a get‘well card from the Camp. Announcement was made that the March meeting would be held in Charles Town with the Citi- zens Fire Company auxiliary serv ing the meal. James Strider will head the host committee for that meeting. Invocation for the meetl ing was given by the Rev. John. Link and the Camp adjourned at, 8:30 p. m. “Viol Bock" Will Be Presented Al Shepherd College March 3 MB Viet Rock by Megan Terry will be presentedMarch 3, 8:00 p. m. in Reynold’s Hall at Shepherd College. This play is produced by Susqu ehanna University and is being sponsored by History of the The- oter Class 3541 at Shepherd Col-i logo. The will be an admission charge of 75 cents. ‘ woonv FREE 11110 ‘ D [A N C I N G Saturday Night - 9:30 During Standard Time - 9 P. M. -- HAWAIIAN NITE. ClllB ' FOR RESERVATIONS: l l WWWWJ9VMWW/WWJVW/fi Phone 3012834-2002 COLORING & FROSTING SPECIALS : . 1 8A.M.-9P.M.‘ DIAL 1725-5414 118 N. Charles Sta“ Charles Town, W: Va. 'low, Brunswick, Md, Feb. 19, 1969 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1969 FARMER’S ADVOCATE _. HOSPITAL OBSTETRICAL Mrs. Mae E. Conard Mr. and Mrs, John W. Nelson, Viki: 0 Barn, Charles Town, W. Va., Feb. 18, Town' Va. 1969, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Elliott Kearneysville, W. Va., Route 1,, Feb. 18, 1969, a girl. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Hollis R. Brink- a girl. , Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Hose, Shepherdstown, W. Va., Feb. 19, 1969, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Robinson, Charles Town, W. Va., Feb. 20, 1969, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lapole, Harp ers Ferry, W. Va., Route 1, Feb. 20, 1969, a boy. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wilt, Charles Town, W. Va., Route 2, Feb. 22. 1969, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Macon- aughey, Charles Town, W. Va., Feb. 22, 1969, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jenkins, Summit Point, W. Va., Feb. 23,‘ 1969 ,a boy. Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, Shenandoah Junction, W. Va., Feb. 23, 1969, a boy. SURGICAL Mrs. Dorothy W. Propps, Char- les Town, W. Va. Miss Brenda S. Dixon, Charles Town, W. Va. Miss Leola K. Vierheller, Char- les Town, W. Va. Mr. Lee D. Norman, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. ” Mr. Alden A. Painter, Charles Town, W. Va. Miss Marcia A. Mason, Charles Town, W. Va. Master Fontaine A. Haris, Jr., Shenandoah Junction, W. Va: Mr. Lowell Sirbaugh, Rippon, W. Va. Mrs. Carrie J. Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mrs. Gertrude B, Lowery, Char- les Town, W. Va. Mrs. Ann Taylor, Kearneysville W. Va., Route In Mr. Allen R. Marshall, Charles Town, W. Va., Route 1. Mr. James P. Kain, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. MEDICAL Mrs. Blanche W. Wageley, Ran son, W. Va. Mrs. Mae E. Kearns, Kearneys- ville, W. Va., Route 1. Mr. Layon E. Utter-back, Bruns wick, Md. Mrs. Mary E. Conardf Harpers Ferry, W. Va. . Baby Brenda L. Fritts, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Saturday, Closed 0n km . “fix my ers Ferry, W. 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