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IN CHARLES TOWN Miss LiMa Wflflngham I Engagement Announced I To Mr. Larry Osbourn New Owner Takes SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1968 Possession"'ur brothers- .rnest N. John W. and of the comments Harry Shank, all of Frederick regarding the --" "'McL0rmZK Fan and one grandchild and a number will then take place. of nieces and nephews. Persons who have The Robert W. McCormick Funeral services will be held in plans for the farm near MlddJeway has been Saturday at 2 p. m. from St. ment of education purchased by Mr. Ira &below of J~mes Lutheran Church ~t Uvilla County should be Frederick, Md. The farm and with the Rev. John M. Grissinger, good comments dairy will be operated by Mr. pastor, officl'~ti.ng. Burial will be have been James Doody, farm manager for made in the Pleasant VOew Mem- meetings but it is Mr. Abelow. Mr. Doody and h,is cry Gardens, near Martinsburg. termine the support fa, mily moved from near Dicker- The family wil,1 receive friends for deffe~ing points son, Md. to the former McCor- and relatives a~ the Smith and only a small mick home last week. The Mc- Strider Funeral Home in Charles residentsattend Cormicks moved to 545 South Town Friday from 2 until 4 andmeetings. Mildred Street in Charles Town, 7 until 9 p. m. the residence they recently pur- chased from Mr. and Mrs. D~ug- uy -ullrMAI T" Attend School D A N C ! N las Cooper. EVERY Bernard C. Shank Re-Organization Meeting BRUNSWICK i Shep, herdstown area residents Dies At V. A. Center are inrited to the second, and MUSIC I3Y last, public meeting concerning Bernard C. Shank, 49, of Route possible school reorgamzation. 2, Kearneysville, died Wednesday Tl~is meeaAng witl be at the Shep- MISS LINDA WILLINGHAM night in the Baker V. A. Center herdstown High School at 7:30 near Martirmburg, after a long p. m. on Friday, March 29, 1968. 9 TO 12 - PUBLIC Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W.iHing- illness. A film, titled "Make the Mighty from, Ranson, announce the en- The deceased was born June 25, Reach," will be shown. A review gagement of their daughter, 1918, in Frederick, Md a son of Linda Lou, o Larry William the 1,ate Harry F. and Viola Kiltan Osbourn, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Shank. He was a veteran of World W. Osbourn, Jr Shepherdstown. W~ar II, hart, rig served both in ~iss WRltngham, a 1966 grad- the Mar[and National Guard and u~te 6f Charles Town High the 104th Observation Squadron School, is employed by the Jeff. of the U. S. Air Force before be- ~ .~ March S erson County Board of Education. ,ins discharged in 1942. ~':!;!! Mr. Osbourn, a 1962 graduate Surviving are his widow, Mrs. .~!:~::~;' ":~. PER~flANE~ of Shepherdstown High School, Geneva K. Shank, at the ,home; ']~:;".i~:':.;~::~,~ 1 is employed bythe General Tele-1 ~:;::~ ,phone Company. tw daughters " Mrs" Edward Lu" A ~% 10.00 --" cos, Martinsburg; and Miss Cyn. [ ~~ planned, thi, a Diane Streak, ~tt the home; ~ ~.'t ]2.50 --- !! two sisters. Mrs. Dewey Wisher, o.~':;::!i;~=~~ It, fW~ l' The Reverend Russell J Urqu- white damask cloth overlaid with of Frederick, Md.; and Mrs. Mable ~":.( ~;~:I ]7.~0 ---- !, MR. And MRS. DANIEL E. DILLOW ] hart, pastor of the Charles To~n red net silver and crystal appoint Fauble, of Ridgeville, Md.; three ~i:!:' :;'~:'g"' '~ ' 20.o0 - , The marriage of ~ris Diane land wore a corsage of y~ Baptist Church, and Mrs. Urqu- ments, and a red and whi,te flower! ::~;~. '~"~'~; ~' ~: ~ J~ ceaterpiece Refreshments of ~vali r and Mr. Daniel E. ~owl m~ms for her daughters wedding, hart, were pleasantly surprised . .' I ed h~s advanced education at the ~.~ o ~7~-~--~./.~ ?') r~(~ --- b~ ok palce Saturday, March 9~h The grooms mother chose a on the evenlr~g of February 14 by pun~:n ana. COOKIES carrying ou~t I Un, iversl,ty of Richmond and Gee- .-~ v , 2 p. m. at the ttat,ltown Church yellow dress with beige access- members of the church congregat }h:mV~int,~a~/:e~ne ~e:e ~nrna~dd rgetown College.--His -first pastor- 2~.00 -~- ~ of God with Brother Earl Acree cries and wore a corsage of yell- ion with a reception held at the . ' Y -" . i ate was at F~irfax, Va He then . I rved several churches m a rural(Mrs.Viola Shifflett is now associated with oUr ~performing the beautiful double ow taurus, church in honor of their 26ih Fink and Mrs ~tooert LisKey se "" r ~ ' n next ring ceremony. The church was Mrs. Earl Acree was at the wedding anniversary. And one of Another table from whxch the field ~t South Hill Va "is -- the hi~hligl~ts, of the reception wedding cake was served by Mrs. call w~s to Emmaus l~auti~t Chu beautiful~ly decorated wJ~ white piano providing the wedding Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Sr. and was the presentation of a lovelyHugh Vm,' was decorat'ed wiht t rch, Poquoson, Va. and la~er to CALL -- 725-2703 FOR APPOINTM lilies. " music. ~ d~ug~ter, Mrs. Edward A. Lloyd silver tea ser~i~:e to the Rev. and waste ca, maSK cm~n and mtveri the Mineral Ba, ptmt Church where Get tA New And Modern Hai -Do Today At The bride, given in mar~iage] Ushers were Andy Dillow bro-]spent the weekend with the for- ,Mrs. Urquhart, a gift from the can(ml~ru,m. A ~avge rea near~ he w~ when h~ ea,m~ ~, C~ar~,~ [reef's son and d~ughter-ln-law, cor~gregation. The presenta,tion W~th white' nylon ruffle centered Town by her fa, ther, David T. Cavalier lther of the groom, and David wore a floor length gown of white~ Cavalier, bro21er o the bride. [Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fle~in~g, Jr. was made by Mr. Hugh V~ia and on the wull behind the tabte with ,~"-~ U,mh~ ~, h a~. 'N Kilt S[At~ SALON ~ satin with chamilly lace trimmed The reception w~s held at the at their home in Greenbelt,Md. along with this, a cymbidium cot- the cake and the inscription on ,ht'e'r~ c,'~l~"~aw":~'~'~,~".~ in mint gre(n, tter peau cap was I home of the brides parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Swar~z of sage was presented to Mrs. Vrqu- the hear read "Happy Anniver- Southwesteln'" Sem:i-~ ~.~ 100 S, George St. --- Charles Town, also mint green with a lovely[ Two b~utiful wedding "cakes " m ~ry, D a~,o, Lancaster, Pc ~isited this past hart and a lovely bountonniere sary. . Texas. veil of English illusion. She car- centered the bride's tal~le. A weekend with her brother-in-law wen~ to the Reverend Mr. Urqu- February 14, 1942, in Fairfax, Va. | " s The Urquharts were married -- - ried a bouquet of whir mum I three tier white wedding cake top and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Charles hart. centered with an orchid. Her Jped w~th a minature bride and Peer and Mr. and Mrs. Howard There were two lovely decorat- Mrs. Urquhart being the former ,~ only jewelery was a single strand ,g~m and a three tier white wed Shreck. ed tables, one ~ith a punch bowl Miss Bernice Cupp. of pearls - a gif~ of the groom, ding cake trimmed in min~ green Mrs. Elsie Coleman, Yonkers, at each end, was covered by a The Reverend Urqt~hart receiv- Mrs. Jean Turner, sister of the and topped w, ith a mina~tre bride New York, has been visiting her groom, served as matron of honor a.nd groom to match the brides sister, Mrs. Grace Thorm and I N and wore a floor len, gth gown of gown baked by Mrs. "Tiny" Dil- brother Guy Davis at their home yellow wi.th white shoulder len- low sister,in,law of the groom, on 2rid Avenue. girth glov:ex and carried min~ green I The weddir~g par~y later motor- Mr. and Mrs. C~arles Peer C[ Wn car~i0ns wi4h yellow and mint ed to Shady Rest at Mar instmrg, spem a week end recenEy with green streamers where ~hey were honored withe Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Peer and --ub; a Best man was Mr. Charles Dil- da~ughter Cindy at their new One of the highlights of the wedding supper. lo~, brother of the groom. The bride later changed into home in Columbus, Ohio. Senior Woman's Club meeting in Out of town guests attending New Jersey for a two year ROTC day School teacher, a member of MRS. WALTER RUSSELL The bridesmaids, Linda Gay a street length dress of beige lace Mrs. Mary E. Jenkins visitedMarch was the report from Mrs. and Mrs. Ch~arles Dil]ove wore over brown with her orchid as Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Jenkins of Carl Benton. Chairman of the floor length gowms of mini green her corsage for traveling. The t North Mildred Street, Ranson, re nominating committee, who pre- and carried yellow carnations couple left immediately following tur~ing to Wash4ngton, D. C. last sented Mrs. Walter Russell as with yellow and mint green the wedding supper for a brief S~tu~,y. She is a guest at St. president-elect, who will automat- streamers, honeymoon trip. Joseph s Home for the aged. ically become president at the The flower girls were Tana Dfl After returning from ~heirI 2nd/Lt. and Mrs. Charles F. June meeting. low and Barbara Turner nieces honeymoon the couple are tom- Moler of Po~t Knox, Ky spen~ Mrs. Russell has shown out- of the groom, porarily residing in the newly the weekend wi.th his parerS,standing ability in leadership. She Tana was dressed in green and built home of ~he brides uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moler anti has a very enthusiastic interest Bar~ara was dressed in yellow. Frankie Cavalier, @t Harpers on Mon4ay they went to spend a F~ch girl carried a flower haskot Ferry. few days visiting with her par. in all events that spells progress with yeRow and ~nin green Both the bride and the groom er~ts, Mr. and Mrs. Norman FoRz in Jefferson County. streamers, spreading yellow rose attended Haroers Ferry High of I~agerstown, Maryland, and on She is a member of the St. pe4~s in fron~ of the bride. School and bo~h are employed. Tuesday they le~t for Camp Dix, Thomas Lutheran Church, a Sun- Kenny Turner. nephew of the groom, served as ri.~g bearer, the wedding came from Hagers- The bride,s m(~ther chose a town, Md Knoxville, Md and ga'een suit with beige accessories Alexandria, Va. . Winners In rh"rl- Fowler and Dayton Stanley, see- . t, IM ~;~ end with 43; and Mrs. Connie Town Bridge Club Play Winners in the round table play of the Charles Town Duplicate bridge club held Tuesday night at the Jefferson County Civic Center in Charles Town were as follows: Mrs Dottle DeGrange and Mrs. L. Sells first, with 44 poigts; Dan Small and Mrs. Gladys Kern, third with 42 point. READ THE CLASSIFIED BE WISE -- ADVERTISE duty in Germany with the Army. the Women of the Church, a Den ing with another highlight of Jut- Mr. and M~s. Nelson Peer and Mother, and has been most active erest being centered on the Can- daugl~ er arr.i.ved in Charles in floats for community parades cer Crusade to be launched for~ Town on Friday night. Nelson re- and worked very, hard to make the month of April in the county. turning home on Sunday leaving the recent Scout s Recognition Mrs. Virginia Birkitt, program 'I~s" and CAndy for a weeks visit banquet a success, sponsor, introduced Mr. John with her parer~s, Mr. and Mrs.She leads a very busy life as a Cooper a field representative for Sam Orsini. Nelson returned tomother of four children and is the West Virginia Cancer Society Charles Town last Friday nightemployed as a secretary in the cad on Sunday lef~ wi~ his faro- tabulating department at Pow- gy returning to their home in hatch. Her husband, Walter, is Columbus, Ohio. ~ connected with the sales depart- Mrs. Ale~ander~ Cockey and ment for the same firm. The Russ- Miss l~ary B M~ore are visiting ells have purchased the Hobert l relatives in Gharles Town. Miss House on South Samuel Street. I Moore will remain for a longer Her experiences are very rich ]~i~t with her brothers family on in adjusting to new communities, ~Soubh ~i.ldred Street. having lived in Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. James Grant of Florida and her last residence Brick Town, New Jersey, visited was in Martinsburg, before racy- this past weekend with Mr. andtug to Charles Town. Mrs. Charles Peer. This meeting was a joint one with the Junior and Senior wo. Shenan odists Had Conference Sunday , The weekly schedule of services t for the Shenandale MethodiSt t Church have been announced by~, Robert C. Woodward, minister asI follows: I Silver Grove Church: Worship at iO a, m. and Sunday School at II. [ Chestnut Hill Church: Sunday~ School at 10 a. m. and Worship service at 11 a. m. Murrill Hill Church: Sunday School at 1 p. m. and Worship at 2p.m. Weekly services are also held Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and the Methoidst Youth Fellowship meets at 6:30 p. m, each Saturday. WILL TELL YOUR oOO CHARLES TOWN See our collection of lovely new coats. You'll like the styles and the Budget Prices, Too! man's Club and was held at the club home. This was a very unusual meet- LADLES' SPRING HATS 3.99 who showed a public relations film on cancer. LADIES' GLOVES 99c & 1.99 The members were greatly sur- prised when a large gttractive ap- LADLES DRESSY BLOUSES 2.99 preciation plaque with the Club's NEW SPRING HANDBAGS 2.99to4.99 name engraved on a large brass nameplate with date and the word Appreciation was presented. This LOVELY MOJUD NYLONS. - 1.00 "plaque was to be presented at the State Conventions but Mrs. Bloom suggested that all persons who BUY NOW! were responsible for this award of appreciation would not be at the Greenbrier, therefore, it should be presented when all members could be an integral part of this presentation: GET A NEW HAIRDO A SOFT NEW STYLE FOR YOU (By Our Expert Staff) Permanents - $8 & Up Inquire about our Monday Thru Wednesday SPECIALS Open - Monday thru Saturday 8 A. M.- 5 P. M. THURSDAY 8 A.M.- 9 P. M. VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP DIAL 725-5414 118 N. Charles St. --- Charles Town, W. Va. AND USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN[ LOVELY SPRING. DRE A fine selection of styles in Juniors, Sizes and Extra Large Sizes. PRICED FROM OPEN EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT-- Will answer all questions desired. Will give advice on all affairs of life. Do you need help? Are you sick? Are you down.hearted? Are you a failure in life? 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