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Mi: Nor Private and Mrs. In an open church ceremony performed at two o'clock Satur- day, March 25 in the afternoon in the Summit Point Baptist Chur ch, Miss Nora Ellen Cheshire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Potter Cheshire became the bride of Pet. Lee Allen Drish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allen Drish, all of Summit Point The impressive double ring cer emony was performed by the Rev erend Charles G. Williams before a background of white gladiolas, palms and lighted candelabra. ~hite stock was used elsewhere the church and the family ws were marked by white glads @d white satin ribbon. Tradit- ~al nuptial music with Miss ~ne Specht at the organ, preced the ceremony and just prior the str~ns of the wedding mar dh, Miss Sally Watson sang "Hold Thou My Hand" During the cere- mony, Miss Watson also sang "The Lord's Prayer" Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an exquis- ite gown, the skirt of which was fashioned entirely of ruffles of In Summit Church Lee Allen Drish nylon sheer with the hip line ac- cented by a band of nylon lace, and wore over a hoop. The bodice was of lace with long sleeves end ing in points over the hands, a small peter pan collar and small covered buttons to the waist. With this she wore a shoulder len gth veil of illusion which felt from a crown of lace. She carried a bouquet of a white orchid sur- rounded by white pom pore chry santhemums and satin streamers. Her only ornament was a bracel- et, a gift from her grandmother, Mrs. Owen Swisher to whom it had been given on her own wed- ding day by her late husband. The bride had as her matron of honor her sister-in-law Mrs. Day id Cheshire and as her maid of honor her sister Miss Mary Ches- hire. Both were attired in iden- tical gowns, short frocks of pale blue nylon chiffon styled with full skirts, cummerbund and a sleeveless bodice over which was worn a short overblouse of match ing blue lace with a round neck- line and elbow length sleeves Blue flowered bandeaus with small circular veils of blue net and colonial bouquets of yellow Women': Auxiliary ponsor and white pompom chrysanthe- mums completed their costumes. b The groom had as his best ,nan l Program Of Volunteer r I'or Mr. Bentley Longerheam and ser ring as the ushers were Messrs. 'at ents In Charles' ) )th,I David Cheshire and l)onald Drish. I Mrs Cheshire, the mother of !the bride was attired in a frock The Women's Auxiliary (-~ ~ y"e-ars an average of $3,000 a year of vocado, green crepe with which she wore black accessories and a pink Cynfl)i(lium orchid. Mrs. Drish. the molher of the groom, chose a pale gray suit with which she wore a pink blouse and hat and a pink Cym- bidium orchid. Immediately following the cere many a reception, attended by a- bout a hundred guesls was held in the social room of the church. Guests were served from the bride's table which was overlaid with a white cloth centered with an arrangement of white stock and tall white candles in crystal holders. The four-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, was served by the bride's aunl. Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and Mrs. Robert Liskey an aunt of the groom, presided at the punch bowl. The guest regis- ter was kept by Mrs. Ernest Rud- olph. Immediately following the re- ception the young couple left for a brief motor trip down the val- ley. For traveling the bride chose a suit of mint green with match- ing hat, bone accessories and the orchid from her bouquet. Mrs. Drish was graduated from Charles Town High School in 1960 and at present is attending the Maryland Medical Secretarial School in Hagerstown, Md. where she resumed her studies on Tees day. The groom also attended Charles Town High School and is a member of the United States Armed Forces having completed his basic training at Fort Jackson S. C. on March 17. On Friday he will leave by plane from Wash- ington, D. C. to report for duty at Ft. Benning, Ga. Following the rehearsal on Fri day evening, members of the wed ding party were entertained at a party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire, tht bride's parents. Most of the wedding guests were from Jefferson County. Those from out of town whc were here to attend the ceremony were Mr and Mrs. Clarence Ches hire and daughter Beverley of Augusta, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook of Baltimore Md. Misses Vicky Myers, Linda Milheim, Linda Murphy, Jacquel. yn McCoy, Shirley Michael and Hilda Nokovich, all classmates of the bride from Hagerstown, Md., Mr. Guy Singhas of Winchester, Va. and Mi- and Mrs. Paul Boyd of Gerrardstown, W. Va. l l I I I l I I Charles Town General Hospital has been spent on hospital needs. have been requested by Mrs. Litat At the present time, there is a E. Soccino, acting administrator need for volunteers to assist in and director of Nursing Services Escort Service escorting patients and also by the board of Manager from rooms to treatment areas or of the hospital to activate and X-ray; escorting patients at tinie sponsor a program of volunteer iof discharge from hospital. Li- services within the hospital. [brary Cart-helping patients to sel A question under discussion re .ct books, magazines. Flower cently has been to evaluate us( Care delivery, arrangement and of volunteer service. Mrs. Soccino ~tated that she feels voluntary ser vice is important to the modern management of hospitals that such service permits the patients to have many of the little things that mean so much in developing a sense of security and well-being and that this supplementary ser- Ace to the hospital patients tends .o extend lhe services of hospital ~taff and employees. The Auxiliary, as sponsoring a- gency for creation and maintain- ante of in-hospital service will endeavor to provide both volun- care. Auxiliary officers stated that a cart service of comfort articles and gifts will be a future volun- teer service. Mrs. It. H. Hunter, chairman of the Volunteer Service Commit. tee can be contacted by persons interested in assiting in this ser- vice function of the hospital. The Women's Auxiliary will welcome anyone who desires to volunteer a few hours weekly at the hospital With the sufficient number of volunteers, the" pro- gram can be started in the near In the past, the function of the Auxiliary has been primarily fund raising services For ten cherry pink uniforms designating their service in voluntary com- munity hospital. Mrs. Patricia Cronin Featured In Story In Shipyard Log Church of the Holy Spirit in Sum mit Point beginning at 10:30 a. m. The service will begin with the service of the Holy Comrhunion, followed by a business meeting. Lunch will be served and this will be followed by an afternoon pro- gram. Mrs. F. E. Brenneman who has been a patint in the Charles Town General Hospital the past I two weeks has returned to her- home on South Samuel Street. I Mr. G. K. Wysong has been con fined to his home on South ~Sam- eel Street the past week. Lt. and Mrs. P. H. B~ VanTol of Washington, D. C. spent Easter [ with his parents Mr. and Mrs P. r H. B. VanTol Sr., North Mildred Street. Miss Elsie B. Murphy and her house guest Mrs. Robert Eysler, Miss Mary Porterfield and Miss Helen 7vIartin are slSending some- MRS. PATRICIA CRONIN Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilt of S. time at Myrtle Beach, S. C. George Street, Charles Town Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning Smith have received word that their of "The Orchards" spent Easter Miss Jean Buddenhagen Betrothed To Mr. Clever MISS JEAN M. BUDDENHAGEN Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bud- denhagen of Charles Town an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Jean Margaret, to Mr. Donald Clever, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Clever of Alexan- dria, Va. Miss Buddenhagen is a grad- uate of Charles Town High School and she is currently working as a private secretary for the Govern ment in Alexandria, Va. She is also majoring in Psychology in her studies in night classes at the University of Maryland. Mr. Clever is a junior in Public Administration at Virginia Poly- technic Institute at Blacksburg, Va. No dai'e has been set for the wedding. Miss Ann Hickman To SUNDAY Ill I I I TUESDAY MEASURING SPOONS Morn will like this. 4 in the set .. sizes from a V~ teaspoon to a tablespoon. Colorful plastic. FREE . .. TUESDAY ONLY SCOOTER FR DAY During the second week of our grand Opening. Get all details at your Tastee-Freez Store, stop at the sign of who/esome hospitality Ill WEDNESDAY PIPE AND BALL Here'sfunforalLBIowtheboll(~f" JJl~ ... keep it suspended in the air ~ ~ and catch it in the pipe. FREE... WEDNESDAY ONLY ~'~/ ~ t BALL POINT PEN ' It's retractable! Has o long last- ing replaceable cartridge. A really fine writing instrument. ..,,~.kf~,~" FREE .. THURSDAY O~ I II i II I I SHOCKPROOF COMPASS Here's a dandy that e ery boy and girl will enjoy carrying /~ f'] ~'~J~ around. Dad will like it, too. En- ~J~/~V'./~f~ cased in a miniature rubber fire jj~jll/~y~ to give it shockproof qualifies. ~ ~. ~hh~]~ " FREE...FRIDAY ONLY ~~ II THURSDAY IIIII I~ l II I Ill II Become Bride Mr. Legard SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VA V.m 6--A THURSDAY, APRIL 6, Presents Check To wngm chiidren of B ltimore guests of Miss Nettle Ri Denny Cafeteria Fund ,or Easter They returned J - " Monday morning. Mrs. Roger Perry, president of the Charles Town Junior Wom- an's Club, is shown presenting a check for one hundred dollars to Mr. Richard Adams, principal of Wright Denny Graded School. The money is to be used in the building of a new cafeteria for the school. The club raised the Miss Sandra Hehle Capped In Ceremony Elkins Home For money from the sale of fruit cakes at Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Abner A. Rissler and three children Eleanor, Rob- in and Randall of Levitttown, Pa. spent Easter with their parents Mr and Mrs. Brown L. Rissler at their home on Second Avenue. Mrs. Irma Wiley visited Mrs. Tom Kemp Ranson on Wednes- day. Misses Mary Ellen and Louise Shell of Summit Point were ~,guests of Miss Ella Smith last week. $1.00 PER MISS SANDRA Miss Sandra Hehle cap at a capping ceremony 12 in the Katherine Hitt ial Home for Nurses in Va. She is a member Memorial Hospital sing. Miss Hehle is a Charles Town High parents Mr. and Mrs. le and brother Carlton Jr, ded the ceremony and panied home by Miss spent a week at her home resuming her studies. A N daughter Patricia, was featured weekend with their son Manning ~ , in the "Shipyard Log" naval pub Smith who is a student at Wake MISS ANN HICKMAN 9:00 -- 12:00 MIDNIGHT lication of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. [Forest, N.C. , Mr. and Mrs. Luther Parson Mrs. Cronin is employed at the Mrs. C. C. Tabb has returned Hickman of Lovettsville, Va. an. Naval Yard as a clerk-stenograph to her home on South Samuel nounce the engagement of their er. Being part Irish, she was ~Street after spending several daughter Ann Kownslar to Sam- chosen as a representative of St. days with her nephew and niece eel Preston Legard, son of Mr. MUSIC BY Sll0RTY BILLMYER Patrick's Day. Patricia is married Mr .and Mrs. CharIes Stockmar and Mrs. Edwin Neel Legard, Sr. , to Marine Sgt. Michael Cronin of at their home, Brooklyn Heights, of Marion, Va. Brooklyn, N. Y. and they have a N.Y. Miss Hickman attended Loud- six months old daughter, Patricia Mr. Battaile Kemp of Pougkeep oun County High School, is a' SPONSORED BY Lynne. Mrs. Cronin is a graduate sic, N. Y. is visiting his parents graduate of Marion College and is of Charles Town High School and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Kemp Mr. now a student at Hagerstown Bus she was one of the first students Kemp is still a patient in the iness College. Mr. Legard is a graduate of selected for the National Honor Charles Town General Hospital Marion High School and attended Society when it was founded at the local high school. She was Miss Catherine Baylor is a sur- Columbia Preparatory School. He April 6 - lt.--LP formerly employed in Washing- gical patient in the Charles Town is now a student at Emory and ton, D .C. but moved to Kailua, General Hospital. IIenry College. Hawaii when her husband was Mrs. Norman Rider of East transferred there. Washington Street is a surgical patient in the Charles Town Gen Joint Meeting Women's eral Hospital. Miss Mary Lynn Brown of New WEEK= END York City spent Easter holt- Club Heed March 21 At days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Brown, South Church Episcopal Parish House Street. Easter weekend visitors of Mrs. Sadie Ringer were Mrs. Ringer s The Charles Town Senior and son, Sgt. Clarence B. Ringer and Junior Women's Clubs held their wife and son John from Langley 2- YEAR 'OLD FERRO- BOND annual joint meting at the Episco Air Force Base, Va. pal Parish House on Tuesday ev- FIELD GROWN NEWBERRY L A T E X ening, March 21st at 8 p. m. The Mr. William Jennings of East meeting pened with prayer read Carline Cllege' Greenville' N' $1 WAIl PAl by Mrs. Charles Reviol. Mrs. C. spent the Easter holiday with Owen Cnklyn' music chairman his uncle and aunt Mr" and Mrs" R?S1; Ii ~U: of the Senior Club, introduced Thomas N .Garrison, Euclid Ave- Mrs. Waggy who presented two I nue. Other guests during the hal of her outstanding music pupils, !idays were Miss Patricia Bowers Misses Rosella Kern and Patricia of Madison Colle'ge, Harrisonburg R gu a y 69c VALUE Regu a ly $2.98 Burns, assisted by Miss Sally Wat and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bowers son in a delightful musical. Mrs. and sons David anal Dwight. Waggy, narrated the musical fan- William G. Psillas and family tasy, The Little Melody, her returned to home in Hag- TRANSPARENT PLASTIC FOAM RUBBER DECORATIV] musical accompaniment being erstown, Md. on Monday after HOUSEHOLD NEWBERRY CORDUROY N] WB Miss Rosella Kern, assisted vocal spending five days with the for- ly by Miss Sally Watson" Miss Pat mersfather William K" while MAT 77c ,Low ~Ciya,, byBU~rn?eg played "Wedding Mrs. a~n~ll~Sug~eV!?i!inwg ~rr. s:e~ P I The two clubs t~en each held rs. Psillas in Quantico. " their business meetings arid later i Miss Helen Edmons of Winches rejoined to participate of. delic, ter, Va. spent the Easter weekend Regularly $1.00 SPECIAL Regularly $1.29 Y ides retresnmems served oy the ias guests of Mr and Mrs Brown junior women " " ~ ------------ ---" L. Rmsler and their son Richard Fine reports concerning the 'at their home on Second Ave. projects of the Senior Club were I Bill Garne ..... 27 x 54 SUMMER NEWBERRY KIDDIES 'LOW TOP N] tVB presented by several members J Mrs A9 7 . . V. Garne , uw. who attended the 55th annual was re ........ cenuycnosenoymeArling 7 7C SNI:A convention held recently at the[ton ,,- n .... ;. Greenbrier in White Sulphur I their fort'heomin rociuc; on ;TRA Springs. The club's press bookltheBroad, ,, ,,% : .... W R6GS KS was in the final judging and the .......... w- ......... ]ing April 15th Several years ago cmo was aa3uage an nonor cmo I he aa,, on ...... ; ...... plus lvlrs argare oom ast- me . ". . r stock company under the dir ern District Chmrman, received[ c ........ gu a ly 98e VALUE Regularly $1.29 SPI ............... l e tlon at the Iamous ~onstance me citation tor k'UDllC Attalrs IB ........... ......... 't ennett 15111 states ne has not ------------- Leers Jonn 'W ~Klnner, :astern, . " ......... " :" .... ~:- i n -r ' Iglvenup me laea oz navlng ms District Art una rma was p als-lawndance sch--l,, ............ t, ho ,, o ed for her fine art display. ]Town. OPEN 'A" Just , ^, ' I Mr. Edgar Griffith who has CREDIT ACCOUNT "Ch ~)~r|n(~ ~,,0nv0ca[10n u[ ~been a surgical patient in the - " [ Kings Daughters Hospital Mar- ~ E gn ernnal WnmanTn Ra Itinsburg for several weeks re- p, .vpu, ,,v,m,,, .v v,.I turned to his home on Jefferson : . _ . _ . __ _ [Avenue Friday. In Summit Pent Church, Miss Patricia Bowers of Madi- t son College, Harrisonburg, Va. The Spring Convocation of the spnt the Easter Holiday with her PHONE o CHARLES TOWN Episcopal Church Women will be i parents Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bow- held Monday, April 10 at the [ers.