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March 26, 1970

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Jinnounce Engagement Miss Martha Lou Welch To SpA Gary L. Whisner MISS MARTIIA LOU WELCH Announcement is made of the engagement of-Miss Martha Lou Welch daughter of Mrs. Kather- ine Welch and the late Alonga S. Welch, Charles Town to Sp. 4 Gary L. Whisner son of Mrs. Pearl Whisner and the late Merdith L. Whisner. Brunswick, Md. SPIRIT OF JEFFEkSON FARMER'S AD 7OCATE Miss Kay,Mr. Miss Louise Walraven THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970 In Shepherdstown Presents New Book " , Miss Rebecca Vickers tor of the Sigma Kappa at Fairmont State College, mont, West Virginia. The At a double ring ceremony sol- member of the Shepherdstown T0 Charles Town Library Mr and Mrs. Harry ti. Martin S|g of Bakerton celebated their 50th Ann0un{~e Engagement Initiated into ma ion took place on March 14' emnized recently at the New Volunteer Fire Department and wedding anniversary on Sunday " Fleming Memorial Church in mont. After the initiation Street Methodist Church in Shep- employed part-time usa dispatch- March 22, with an open house Miss Rosemary Pierson Kava At.Fallout her-daughter banquet herdstown, Miss Janet Kay Landis er for the Jefferson County Fire reception. They were married where Miss Vickers was and Thomas Russell Meredith Board in Charles Town. March 21, 1920. a gift for having the best were united in marriage Leaving for a wedding trip to They are the parents of eleven To Mr, Cl~rles Dinges book in the pledge class. The bride is the daughter of an undisclosed destination, the children, six sons; ttoward (Joe) 1969 graduate of Charles Mr and Mrs. Ray J. Landis of bride donned a.purple wool dress Charles, Harry E,Glen (Tom), Announcement was nlade this ttigh School, is a ttilsbor0, West Virginia and the with gold buttons and black pat- Melvin and James and five daugh week by Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Fairmont State College' bridegroom is the son of Mr. and ent accessories, ters; Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, Mrs. Pierson of Harpers Ferry, of the in Elementary Education. Mrs. T. O. Meredith, Jr,of 206 Returning from their trip, the Blanche Writt, Mrs. Betty Rickard engagement and forthcoming mar Lastner Lane, Greenbelt, Mary- couple is residing at 126 Main Mrs. Anna Pearrell and Mrs. riage of their daughter, Rosemary land and former residents of Mar Street, Shepherdstown. Mary Writt. There are 23 grand to Mr. Charles R. Dinges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin tinsburg and Clarksburg. children and 6 great grandchild- Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Dinges of Blue Ridge Acres were The Rev" Charles Cathcart per"I 'RELY'~L ~ ~ ren. of Euclid Avenue, Charles Town. day evening guests with Mr. formed the ceremony before a gathering of close friends and Members of the family present The wedding has been set for Mrs. Thurman Piper were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mar- May 2. David. immediate family. The altar was tin and family, Mr. and Mrs. J L. Miss Pierson ,a graduate of decorated with candles and vases ~ i 4p~-~,~l~ ~.~r~ '~t Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Town High School, with of white and pink carnations. W 0 0 D Y F R E TRIO EVERY SAT. 9:30 p. m. REBECCA KAY VICKERS HAWAIIAN Miss Rebecca Kay Vickers, dau NITE CLUB ghter of Mrs. Nina K. Vickers FOR and the late John L. Vickers, was PHONE 834-7200 Miss Welch a 1966 graduate of initiated into the Delta Phi Chap- Charles Town Senior High School of love knots was carried by the stood Will undergo surgery this. Secretary. ~ ~m ~ mmm ~ ~ ~ / ~m is employed at Price Electric in bride, week. J Miss Walraven is a horsewoman uresents om~ ~ i 1 ~lil~ ~ Frederick, Md. Miss Lois White, maid of honor, Thurman Whitacre, Robert Mc ~ of ,-an- -ears exnerience as in- - " o amuel St Charles Town, Mr Whisner a 1965 graduate of was atiired in a plum crepe dress "" J J ~ ' l structor and director of eqmtat- ~,a ] r ~, Brunswick High School is now iff with matching veil and carried a Cormick, Joe Christian and Max . has been elected to membership ri in m me Phi ~eta r~appa chapter ot Brown, all members f the Char" mn and orgamzer of d g ~|~ Announc~ for I i 1~I~I~~bK the U. S. Army in Viet Num. nosegay of pink baby carnations, lea Town Kiwanis Club were in schools in such fine colleges as ~anampn-iviacon woman s cohege No date has been set for the Roger Hovermale, roommate and Berkeley Springs Monday night I Mar, Washin~on Colle~,e Freder L J Jr =!~ - ,kJ E ~ It. Miss ~ernooa, a semor majoring wedding. Fratarnity brother of the groom ~ ~-" ~" ' served as best man. for an inter-club meeting with ~ t.or w~ ~.~ ~o~1o ~ol M[, /-|On A. [lq, IP, ~IiUlI~Ii m pohhcal sczence, won the cov- Ithe Berkeley Springs Kiwanis s s - i, i----I [ ~J~-L~~~~ ~t ' nd etea rnl eta appa Key tor her lege, P ormnem, Minnesota a Serwceswere announced th s Mrs Brook Conaway, in com- 1 For the reception which follow- !" 11 " " consistent academic achievement an with Mrs Emert" Bo d and t ed the ceremony and held at the Club. E y - . ~- ; ~" .~ I Wit Club in Shepherdstown, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton, ~ n~l cce~ll~ ~ l~lege' ~oa~rey~,ll~- .week bythe key. Joseph E: Wash in college She will be one of 23 i,:~,o, o,~ ~ "~.',~ mgton, ~r pastor tor Mr. ~zon seniors and one alumna to be lt~rs Lester wmmgnam ot t~nar " " I Shirley Curnutte served froni the Ranson, helped Mrs. Grace Boyd, snow rmer, nauonai 3uage, mem- . . I A M. E. Church m Shenandoah mRi~tea int~, ,ho ho,~, soci,~t, ber of hunt clubs, utho o n 1 lea Town spent Monday of last three-tiered cake, topped with the celebrate her 81st birthday, Sun- a r f hum " " . . Junctio and the Stewart Chapeon Phi Beta Karma day Anril 9 day March 22rid at their h me" er us articles c ncerning n rses at Kearneysville "nda " ~,~,v,-,~,~"a"~"~'~"~'~' ~"-~'~';!l*,o me zzrst ~'eek~ in Winchester, Va :~ [ traditionalan arch andbrideaccentedand grOOmwith underwedd. The birthday cake was baked by 1 ana eqmtauon, aUemmOr:~i ru and At StewartChapel the Rev. W. woman's college south of the PoLo I I ing bells and garlanded with flow- Mary Shiley of Shepherdstown. me~Ra~s oz no p, D Carny wiiz oe ,guest speaker rune to ho ~rnntod ~ Phi Rot~ 'i ec o ~( "i.i~D i~ I era. Miss Jane Rockenbaugh ~pre- Those present were Mrs. Clara past chairman or the ma ng S - for Revival Services being earned Karma charter Its Delta of Vir ~v~w~o sided over the lpunch and Miss Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton Lion of the National Section on on all week ":"- . - " " r.o hos *au " glnla chapter was estaousneo in ~i~ And Nancy Duvall was in charge of all of Charles Town, Mrs. LeRoy ";? ;; ~ "~:"'~'~'~:" "~'"~-:'~'n "ra"1 The services for Easter Sunday 1916 ~ ~f~R~M~bJ.~|p" Ithe guest book [Lee,LamPsandraand daughterjean, Dianeand sOn,andMary ] gn c s'gep Ys|Ca|ae U aet sc ooi I at mr- both churches will be as fol- Miss Nerhood is a graduate of i~i ~ The bride, a graduate of ttills- she designed her own costume ^ ~ 7. - English In t ' g ~y Miss Loui~ E. Walraven boro ttigh School and a studentMrs.rY allstanleyOf Shepherdstown,tiardy, Mr. Mr.Groverand :eachin ti~e dances [ lows:6 00 A M Sunrise Service; Charles Town High School ~ i of Shepherd College ,is majoring Stickles of Winchester, Va. A The choreography for her page- "~:vo ~ ~[. m s~. ~. ~:aster~rea~ ~lll1|liP~ R~ ~|ll~ 'vYlll De SOlO a~ t~le l()Cal ]in Elemenary Education. The very enjoyable evening was had lnnt.~ and nraduetions were oriel- zast; ~:ao A. ~a. aunaay ~cnoot; ~1~,~*~,'- ~"NI$~ ~'~ newstand bridegroom, a graduate of Martins - i h r~, ~ ~, t burg High School with the class by all present and Mrs. Boyd re- hal. While studying at Marjorie 11:00 A. M. Worsh~pServlce w t ,~ ~ ~, ~ =~ ,~ ~v ~" '^ ~ - ~ I tllV mm'~W~@~lali'~O imlMl# ,11"I1~11~ # ~ llle Lolonlal r ewman ! / of 1966, also is majoring in Ele-gifts.Ceived many nice and useful Websterr~ ~ ~ho C lle " in Washin~Onr drama rio~y~i.ztot;ommumonr, lvt. t~asteranaTea.J3apusm" I fl K~II1111~ r'l~V, flnl~fl I was sent by he | Charles Town w v i mentary Education at Shepherd Miss Hilda Moore and Mr. Ver-professor to read for the Presi- 7"30. P. M. Worshzp Serwce, all : i 1967 Interna'tiog. al Pick-Up . .; "- '~."" ~"~,~ ]College and awaiting graduation ivlar. ~o-~-!in:PhiMaYEigmalteEpsiloniS a nlember Fraternity, a f the non Smith were guests last week dent Ofa theofUnited States; She is candidates wlllbe recezvea into The Charles Town Duplicate| W:~ho 6~HYlamede~)E:~Ho~nDrU , of Mrs. John F. Ambrose at her member The Authors Guild Fello.wsh.~p of the Church: ~.very Bridge Club will resume play at tY03w-'Sl~Mil~Tr;en home "Paignton" near town. and Writer s League, and is pre- one ~s .mwtea to attenc~ mese the Charles Town Civic Center, Miss Lynne Morgan, daughtyork will er sently occupied in compl cLing a serms t serwces" ~W~Itm |Ahfl~ 'directorApril 7thofat7:Winchester45 P. M. The neWClub. Thei 1967 ~:~tNe:,~. F,e~w~i::tenen~d m~;e ~al ~:i ' of Jim and Elaine Morgan of novel about a trotting horse IDirector will be Mr. Bowers, thell ~!~~ Long Island, New bet A.S. Barnes& Co. Inc publish ~ ~~~ r rles Town, this Easter weather I said it is a knowledgeable and in- H . ~, t players, i ! 19 6 6 W iii ob ldeOn a2a f fa. o With -8 Eng Auto ?runs :'S'teeri~g,i~i i~i~,' ~." :!. visiting her grandparents of Cha era of Horse and Horsemanship, ,m ,v, ,club will be open to all bridge D dg P lara 4"Dr" SedyPwr" , permitting. Mr. Morgan hopes/ teresting book that will appeal to ~onor |wo ~io~s i WA~=u Lynne may have the pleasure of ~ everyone interested in horses. It |Girl Scout Troop To II~TON SPECIALTY SHOP meeting some of the boys and ] has much to offer to the instruct- ~. le a ~ --L ' AT r' ]rru,nora amer liaKe 1965 I girls in Charles Town. or to the amateur, to the junior,~j ^ ,~,~o~ ~, ~h,~ ~ i,~ - ~n~ t. ~enior ~irl Scout Troop 438 will ea~ r," Bu ( buries Town --- Martinsburg Mrs. Loll Turner accompanied :: 7. ~' "'~-vesMr and Mrs William Johnston i hold an Easter Bake Sale at the " " ' " her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. me person WhO merezy toe " " ~y~d ~]~ngM~ren~vC,~vne r h ,~ ~,i~ho, tabn,wmar, of Harpers Ferry honored their Furniture World on Saturday, 1964 ts4t2 raS2 a lSSlOn, RadlO Ideal and Mrs. Merle R. Turner of h " i FOR THe EASTER PARADE Jessup, Md. recently attended the ~h,t thorn It i~ n n~on.~urahle sons, William and Gerald at an Marc 28, begmn ng at 9:30 A. M. majorette completion program experien'ce-i'n horse lite"rature for Easter Party Saturday afternoon Proceeds from this sale will help Be Fashion Perfect & Easter Pretty which was held in York, Pa in its information is varied, concise, at their home. defray expenses of the trip to Our which Mrs Turner's two grand .and instructional It is a well- Refreshments consisted of an Cabana In Mexico, being planned 1964 WithChevr letv-8 Eng ImpalaStd.4"Dr'Transmission,Sedan Steering,"" IN ONE OF OUR daughters, Teresa and Vicki Tur- balanced and all inclusive book Easter Bunny cake served with for March 1971 by the troop. her participated. They are mem- that will appeal to a wide audi- ice cream, potato chips, Easter.~-.-----~ ~ : :~ -,: : ~.:~: : : ~.: ,~ .~'.**'-~*~-',:*.~**:" ~ ~. Radio, Hea~er. LocaLly Owned. Capes -- Coa~ --= ~e4~s~ hers of the Laurel V. S. D. Major ence; to breeds, horse trainers, ettes of Laurel. Md. They take teachers, owners, and horse lovers An Easteregg hunt and games WHY 1963 Valiantwith6-Cyl.Stati nEng Wag nAu o. Trans Radio, Heater. candy and Kool-Aid. 0ress Ensembles-- Hats-- Bags lessons from Miss Susan Eagle of in general. This is one book that were played with prizes going to WALLCOVERINGS? Hyattsville, Md who holds the should definitely be in your horse everyone. 1963 Corvair Van, Heater GJ0~es --- Studs --= Sweate~q~ title of Miss Maryland. library." Guests were: William Myers, brightens a room; makes RI David Longerbeam, Kyle Leslie, more intere~ & livable. 1961 Jeep Station Wagon Blouses -- Or Glitter Jewdry ,UNIO, WOMAN'S CLUB Buddie Myerd, Scott Beveridge, - 4-Cyl. Eng Overdrive Transmission. Rims Good. Danny, Steve and Mike Dobson, WHY LENNON'S HOLDING EASTER SALE, Mark, Steve and Dana Johnston/Savings! Selection; Stock! See These & Many Others Now On Display Drop in At THE RED DOOR The Charles Town Junior brothers of William and Gerald Woman's Club will hold an Easter Johnston. AND SERVICE. And some Sale at Stuck & Alger Drug Store advice (if you need it). ~t" on Friday and Saturday, March 27 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel 20 Years Experience and 28th. Eggs, baked goods, etc. and Lou Ann spent the weekend 90 Books - 200 Stock P~t- o and prizes will be given. Bring The Charm Revue, sponsored by in Bethesda with their daughter, terns & Murals. the youngsters and have their The Charles Town Band Boosters, Miss Norma Whetzel. picture made with the Big Bunny. will be held April 10th, at 7:30 Tom Lennon's I I I I I I p.m. at The Charles Town Junior Miller, Cindy Payne, Vickie Pier- High School. Master of Ceremon- ce ,Mary Beth Printz, Missy Wallcoverings ies will be Dick Snyder. Organ Ramey, Debbie kelLer, Georgia Sttll~O music will be presented hy Mrs. Roseberry, Joan Rouss, Darlene "HOME OF SERVICE" A. D. Peters. Seal, Mini Shuman, Irene Sisk, 3 E. Main St. - Ph. 955-1620 Factory Authorized Dealer for New Chryslers, Entertainment secured for this Patty Spiker, Ginny Tabb, BERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA year's Charm Revue includes, the Carol Thomas, Anita M. Walker, Open 8:30 to 5:30 IH Trucks Stago Bands of the Charles Town Judy Ann Walker, Dehbie Walt-Moll Tues Wed Sat. OPEN MON. - WED FRI. NIGHTS ~IL Junior High School and Charles era, Susan E, Wesco, Ruthanne 8:30 to 7:30 Thurs. & Fri. Town Senior High School, skits Wilt, PHONE 955-2500 BERRYVILL presented by Brent Anders, Steve Mrs. Pare Shiner Kisner, Miss March 26-4t. Hooper and Mac Willingham, Charles-Town-Ranson of 1969 will ":**:~'****'I'~:' ~'*~:*"*~':*'~'O*:~ mmm ~ i i m H a i SPORTCOATS: piano so, o by David Roper and a crown this year's winner. Miss mtmtmIBm om,o wit. oeno* To o. n.or 0 = This season's mos~ wanted style Is the DoubleLee Jones and Lea O'Dell. along with her court, will ride on 1 Breasted coat in striped or blazer models. Following is the list of contest- a float in the Grand Feature Par- Sizes 3-7, from $14.95 ants to date: ade of the Apple Blossom Festi- Patty Anders, Leslie Ash, Jan- val in Winchester, Va. Sizes 8-12, from $19.95 ice Baylor, Karen Beahm, Carol Working with the girls who Sizes 13-20, from $27.95 Benton, Barbara Browning, Bar- have entered the contest this , barn Carter, Paula Chamblin, Mar year, will by Mrs. Charlotte Sny- tha Coffin, Tricia Collis, Gaff Cos- der, proprietor of Kut-N-Kurl S L A C KS: tello, Ann Coyle, Debbie Creamer, Beauty Salon, SAVING CITY- Debbie Cross, Patty Dickson, Kay Tickets for the Charm Revue Permanently pressed patterned slacks to Foster, Sidney Gaynor, Geneva are now on sale and can be ob- U.S. Route 11 NORTH compliment the above blazer. Nea~ to wear with a Green, Gloria Green, Dianna Hoov tained .from any member of the MARTINSBURG, W. VA. sport shirt too. er, Beverly Hough, Elite Jackson, bands or from Band Booster Off- Sizes 3-7, from $4.00 Carolyn Jenkins, Donna Jenkins, leers. All reserved tickets will be Sizes 8.12. from $6.00 Diane Johnston. Linda Kratz, Dot $2.00. Tickets sold at the door Sfzes 13-20, from $8.00 tie Lloyd, Rosie Lotts, Sharon Mc will be $1.25 or adults and $.75 Daniel, Debbie Martin, Brenda for students. SHIRTS: SPRING Coming right to the point the fashion for 1970 is the long point collar! We have It in stripes PERMANENT and solids. Sizes 3-7, from $3.51},SPECIALS Sizes 8-12, from $4.00 ~ "~ Sizes 13-20, from $4.50 (For A Limited Time Only) | ,Have The Best For Less! t And A Hair Conditioner (With Every Permanent) qt VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP Alterations Free For Life Of Garment- " DIAL 725-5414 i --OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M.-- llt N. Charles St. - Charles Town