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t 2rid. Lt. and Mrs. Charles F. Moler flew by Jet from Fort Dix, New Jersey, S~ay at 5:30 A. M. where they w}lF spend two years in Germany. Mrs. Mary Clipp, East Liberty Street was a gt~est of honor at a dinner Sunday g~ven by . granddaughter and fami.ly, herr. and Mrs. John Hendricks, Jr. of Shenandoa& Jurmtion, celebrating her 71~t birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buhr- man, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kanzgy, Mrs. Grace Cltne, Mrs. Phyllis Letterman, Johnny and Michael Hendricks. Mrs. A. B. Cash spent last week in PhiladelpMa, Pa visiting her sister and husbar~d, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boyer. On Saturday night the Boyers were guests a,t a party bells and a solo will be sung by Katherine C. Burns. The Carol Choir will sing "God Raised Up Jesus." the Bethlehem Choir will sing "We Will Be Merry" and the Senior Choir will sing "As It Re- dan To Dawn." Mrs. Burns' solo will be "The Holy City." The public is cordially invited to ~ttend this Easter service and church school at 9:45 a. m. Nursery service will be pro- vided for pre-school age children for the 11:00 a. m. service. Sunrise Services At Mannings Assembly God Church 6:30 a. m. On Easter Sunday morn~ing there will be a Sunrise Service at the Mannings Assembly of God Church beginning at 6:30 A. M. This is the first time ever there has ever been a Sunrise Service in this area. The Rev. Robert SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAI$ THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1968 " e dist Church at lhe Camp Hill Each Step of th Church. " the best selling Friday at 7:30 p. m. Union Serv the nation. His ice at the Bolivar Methodist Chu- a Word Record rch. Easter Sunrise Service at "Near to the Heart of ~he Harpers Cemetery overlook- Born and raised ing "The Gap," sponsored by the Ministers of the Comnmnity. Easter Sunday, April 14, at the Camp Hill Church at 11 a. m. services will have as it's guest soloist Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, sing ing "Mozarts Alleluie", The p,ub- lic is invited to all these services. Alan McGili, Noted Gospel Singer To Be At Methodist Church Md Mr. McGill and re-established residen ler having lived a in Southern California. The Rev: J. Lee Asbury Methodist extends a cordial to attend this many have shortest ninety ord." Harpers Ferry PTA Hold Public At High School Woodward, pastor of the Shennon honoring their 50th wedding anni dale Charge will be the guest ,m,~ u k ersary g e by th r son and ~peaker. Rev. Woodward w~ll be .~.^ .0o^~ ~ has : j 'daughter. ~peakino on ~he st~bject IF plans for holding a pu Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, CHRIST HAD NOT RISEN. on April zz, in the / Sr. accompanied by their daugh- There will also be special singing high school beginai! 1 ter, Mrs. Edward A. Lloyd and from Mr. Rudy Lake,of the Shen- ~ %~ ~a o~,~,inuing 1 son Ra dy spent Sunday af.ter- nodale Charge and Mrs. Norman ~'~i~ ~'" ~/"~t" There 1 noon wi,th Mr. and Mrs. John Beahm of the Assembly of God ?.::~:~,-"~'J~-~: ~ ,r 1 GMssford at their home near Wit- Church. The Rev. Franklin Lin- y~r~ety u~ t~ g~ ~ 1 Uaansport, Md. ton of the Assembly of God and .hn2oA~l ~m~ast~e den / Rev. Woodward of the Shennon- .~ --" W ~|u ~m~lf Ig~ltll~ dMe Charge give the public a ~/iglVeoS:pp rL ri~ I IlVl] !'~1~I bU,~11~l cordial ir~vitation to attend this [ l ~" " I Semcesl " F0rZm" Sunrise Service. ,r - Kttche " - ,' MR. And MRS. LUTHER JAMES NICHOLS I u-L l' mm no ] Lore union ires I III l The Asbury Me~hodi~ Church# cloud blue crepe, topped by a lace . ,~m,~:t~, "Ul~ll Charles Town, was the s~ene S~t-Ibedice of deeper romance blue it |sc0p,tnurcn I. . I I cv'-" urday afternoofl, March 30, of I w th floating wa~eau panel re-[-r immng A! t~DUff 1 I the lovely wedding ri~es in which peating.the trim. They also wore. ~ " ToKeTeu0ws Lm Miss Pamela Jean Demory, dau- [ head pmces of roman illusmn [ Holy Week and Easter services I tI.LI JL. t PLo dk 1o a [ ] ghter of Mr. Howard G. Demory, I w~th lace medallions, l have been set at Zion Episcopal [ MI$111UUI~I l,llUlldl /o$U ALAN McGILL I Announcement has Keyes Ferry Road, R/FD Charles ] The bnide's step mo her wore [Church. Today, Maundy Thursday 1 [ Alan McGill, one of America's lChat Tommy K~i ohen/, A riozy xnursuay t~ommunlon r n w~ Town and the la~e Mrs. Margaret ] a powder blue silk crepe street [ there Will be a service of Holy ] / ". ] most ecorded, gospel soloists will I local churchma, Staubs Demory, became the bride I~erigth dress wish whiCe and pink [Communion ~t 7:45. This is a ] .~ervmewlrl oe ooservea tmseven] present a program of Christian lEaster Sunday lesSon~ 0f Mr. Luther James N~ichols, son[carrmtions as her flowers The Icommemmoration of the Last!MR. And MRS. WILLIAM ERNEST LOCKWOOD ]mg~.7:~ .P.m. a~Aso.ury,memo[Song and Testimony at the As-|,bets and guests of~ f Mr Nelson N~ ols of She rest t~nurcn, corner o~ ~ unarms und$ 0 . ." 'eh P" [groom's mother wore a 'green t Supper and will include a sermon I Beautifully decorated with ar- burg. Mr. Lockwood was educated/o No~ '.u~ O.reet There" " ill ~-~ I bury Methodist Church in Charles [ ows Bible Class S. a herdstown and Mrs. George Fow-Istreet length dress v~i.th whi(te [and music by the'Sertior Choir. rangements of white gladioli, in Summerville, Ky served fort. . - ~. . ,~ ]Town Sunday April 27 at 7:30|Cortvening promp Y~ -- "' . tWO worship services ~as~er bun- oWn ler, of Inwood, W. Va. I and pink carna~c~ons as her flow- I On Good Friday there w~,~l be mums, snapdragons, palms and foreyears m the Umted States / a D [ P" m. Since November of 1948 [ at the Charles T . The double ring ceremony was,ers. [,the Tradi.tional Three Hour Serv- lighted candelabra, the Baptist Marine Corps,including a tour~ -~Y' o.~ m. o~ ~,( ~. zu, m~ue ~ev. i w h e n a spiritual experience I Church, aH visi.tor~ t~ee wmmms wm use rne ~ear a~ ~olemnized at 2 v m before an,"Ph, h, t rn t. Mr ~i,m,~ ['ice from noon uatil 3 p. m oh- Church in Summit Point was the of duty in Vietnam, and is em- [ . ' :. 7: [ changed the course of his life, Mr. [ a cordial welcome : :" " -- . . . ~ . r~ounct Meaning O~ ~aster for hiS ' 0are Itter decorated w th l dms, eand-[was Mr Nelson Nichols, Jr, a [servm.g. the timetha Christ hung scene of the wedding at hagh noon t ployed by the Dlxm-Narco Com-/ "eho .qr win I McGfl[ has.recorded for Cap tol,[of the townwh , ~s and white flower arran.ue, i h,z~h,r " - ~ ~ ~,~o,- ",a t upon me cross. This witl inezude on ~amrday of Mrs Deborah I pony in Charles Town i "~'" L"e:~." t ~acrea zonaervan and Worn, ma~- I ing uunuay ~cnoo~ ~'; ~ents, by the Rev J Lee Will |rt#,rl~ ~r~uvn ~hanhav/k-~a~w lhYrnns, scripture, prayers and Cheshire Pierce, daughter of Mr.I Guests attending, ~he u,~nm,[ .rag or pore ervic s. I mg numerous single records, and[me~t w~:th the Yokel ~,' pa~orof the'ehu~h "I~a~eu~,~,ers: ~ v [periods of mec~ita~ion. T, here will, and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and [ were from Virginia~ WU"~ 'i'~[ The Sr. & Jr. MYF groups will I sixeteen long play albums. ]time. Group singing :~s Edward Lee Pine ~ Char- I ~ . 7 / also be meditations by the clergy t Mr. William Ernest Lockwood, son I ,inia Mar-land ~nd W,shi,o~," I not meet Sunday evening. The [ Early in his Christian recording 1 9:50 a. m. under m~ ~own, church oreanist, played [^.~.~owmg [ae,cere~onya re. ~ of Zion Chui'ch on some of the [ of Mrs. J. Henry Miller, of Sum-[ ~ C :" ICherub & Jur~ior Choirs will not/ career, Alan McGill's record of of Robert O. GraceY~ ~ .~ . -. ~:~,ma ,~ w~ ,e~u m ~,te rv,mw-," " mee on Monda WSC ner 1 - !1 program of nuptial mumc m-|.~.; ~a t +~^ .~, ~ ,o~.~ . ^.~ |words from men around the mervflle, Kentucky. The ~mpress-I I t y. S ge a [,~~~ ~ / stop ma~ vt ~,v ~-u,~ la,~ ~vu [ pr~.~ ;~r d h]a i ! --. . I meeting, Tuesda," at 7"30 n m I ' '~'~""'~"~'~"~'~"~""~"'"~'~'~"~"--- ' U(llng tne traul~llonal weamngdrag" cake baked by an aunt of the - --= ---.~ --,s ~=-=,-,z ~a~ o,-. ,-- ---. ~arches. [bri~e w~s cut nnd served by Mrs~ On Saturday, Easier Eve, there solemnized by the Rev. Frederick ~aplain Fred Duckett I Mrs. Donald M, ickey will present I G E T A N E W H A I R D 0 The bride, given in marriage |~aiT~ev Miner Miss Diane ~o~t will be a service of Holy Baptism A. Duckett, Chaplain at the New- -- -- " . ] a program on xou/th - The Chu-I by her father, wore .an empire ]serv~l" the pulach and M~ss Scar- a~ 4 p.m. ton t~:.t~a~ er Veteran's Center. [0 finest eaaker At [ ~::r- ~ Pen~ r*t;~n~a-~nge "-~ uet-n [ ~ A SOFT NEW STYLE Fu~ gown or organza over taffeta v~i~h/,~, ,~,r~ ,o~ ~t +~ ,~ ~ ^t. On Eagt~r Day thor~ urill h~ AS me guests assemoiea a pro- "-r I ,~m ~u~,~ ,~ .:ou v. ,-.; o~. I .~r=ai/f~l~ . ~ ~. ~ a crisp A shaped silhoueCte and [ services of Holv ~* gram of huptial music was pre- p, . - I Cho W dn sday a 7. 0 p. m. 1 ~W~~L (By our ~xp "*'d ~ l Then. relieving me recepemn ~--- " ~ sented by Mrs Lee Allen Dri~h vr~c~tvl'~rl~n /~titerh IThe Christian Wor~ers School~ ~L. ~--. -: .~ a. oo see ove~aay oz uel~c~t~e l-O:se tt 1 eft ~ a. m. m~rrung r'rayer anu ser- ' ~**~ ~v$ Hu. wrest poin.t lace which formed the long ] heeo ~piel~ ona mol~rmg trap mdn for the Ohurch School at who also played the traditional 1 '~fll begin Thursday, April 18 at I ~~ Permanents - }a tminted sleeves and edged the |~!n me ~mnern states, for trave~ 9"30 o m ,nn r~,~i~,~ ~,~, r~,m wedding marches and accompan- Chaplain Fred A. Duckett of 7:30 p.m. " . ~ra~t decollatage in t~y scM-/~ n~g~ the t~r~enwor~e a green s~t m~n~on ar~'se~aon':t ~l"a. inv." ied the soloist, Mr. Milton Nice- the Newton D. Baker Veterans I ~ - t ~ff I n, qmr,: about our M, ol ~; logs. ~ple ing this was a full [~.~,~,~,~;~ ~emus, .as ne sang "O PromiseCenter near Martinsburg will be lHnlv Fnr I " tlle h weanesaay ~rr~l~,~ w~tteau back of the same exqt~,~ ~:~n^, ~ ~ a ~^ ^~ r,u~, I~,~&A, ' ml A [',~ e nediction, The the guest minister at the Charles J ~ ~~ " --r ~l~ .iI . -- t . -. e ~,~=, a s~u~t~ ~, amz- Lora's era ,er "' " ~ . tl~rU ~telacewh~chfloa~edtoachapel[,es, tr u .~ u~ I-IIblCI UIiII I$ L"ITII C,~ . ) Town Presbyte~mn Church on ram*ram ** -- Open tvlonoay s u,e,8 A M 5 V. length and to this she added a " scott d ~o me altar anct given Easter Sunday, April 14, at the tm roll mm0mm ." cluster of silk and lace petals ]~e Busi~e~ College, isnow em-,~ . I~.~.i~ Ph m.h in maz'riage by her father, the ]1:00 a. m. worship service. His l P - o~A~ v~th pearl accents with a full/ yea ~t me l~anK ot t;narles Ik~Ib-'I~IVWU Uli~ll31 ~llU!Ikll bride was attired in light blue sermon topic will be "Evidence of 1 The following schedule of serv ~ ~ ~rtu~t~ length veil of French illusion. |t ~w,n. i ,brocade, street length and fash. A Living Christ," l ices for Holy V4eek were announc 8 A. M. - 9 F. Her al~tendams - Mrs Sandra ', ~ne groom was graaua~ea tram [ ionea in an A-line skimmer style. There will be specia/ mtisic for ] ed today for the Camp Hill Metho ~ The annual sunriseservices A rosefrom t esa Hayes of Roanoke, Va, as matron I Loudoun County I-Ugh School. in wilt be heid a *~e Leeto~ ~,-,- - . h . me fabric a~the service under the direction of Idlst Church. in Harpers Ferry; by VIKGINIA ~ ULAU l I 5tlUr , I c Yet!! ! i 118 N,harlesC :!IAL 725C41ar41 ; year will be Reverend Russell J Attendin her as - ~rts of West Virginia. ~ g w" her younger : ~ - ~f D A N C I N G [ Urquhart, Pastor of the ChaHes ] sister Mis~ Patr;,ia ~h,~ti, h, ~ ~ ~ ~ ! ~2 ~ ',k~d~t~ To n ptist Church The youCh wore an empzre style dress of "~ ~ z ][as Dance F day N #t h will p~vide special white dotted swiss with a blue ~; EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT of the chum ~DI~V glOg UAII I music and willbe in charge ofI satin sash and a iaeadpiece fash-,11 tl ": I~lllll~r~ffl~lL~ IIi1~ II/,tlkL I --~ me service unaer ~ne airectlonI loned from a blue organdy bow ~ " ll~ ! ~he Senior~Parems Club of Mso of the Church Recreation l with blue short streamers endin~ ~ i , MUSIC BY l C$ ax les Town, W. Va, is sponsor Commtttee in dais, es With +hi~ ~ -~ ~ "~ -~* . ling an Easter Dance to be held at Breakfast WZll be served zm-] colonial bou-uet of blue carnat [ I: ~ ~IID W/ /tI V I:Dl:l: Ithe Bardane Community Cemer mediately aRer the service for ions ,~ - - $ !~ ~vz~ ~q[ ~ ~i~,| R L ~ ] an Friday, April 12 from 9;00 to Chose who wish to remain. The Mr Jose'-h Palmer with whom $ {[ I ~ Ip~ !12:00, featuring Ray Johnson and public is invRed to attend the -- ' v/ . . me groom nan servea m me ~aa 9 'l~)12- I'UBLIC 1NVITED l~he Esqt~ires Admission will be service and to -^main fo break Mar. 14-1t- [$1.50 per pe n, and the dress is fast in fellows~p hM~' rof the ee' s rPr ' washisMb:SL ea kl nd ~ ," , I fffformM church - " " " Drish, cousin of" the" bride, and 'OUNll IlfllOg FAliSlO#ll MEN'S SHOES Flats, low and mid-heels in a grand array of new spring styles. Numbers to please teens and we-- men, too. New spring style LADLES' Handsome Complements I EASTER 1 1 Each of the smashing,We re prepared to go to any fashionable ! Handbags in our new length to put the finishing touches on collection is designed your Easter Costume. I For the Easter Costume. I WE ARE OPEN UNTIL 9. P. M. EACH THURSDAY NIGHT ] WAStlINtITO SHOP RANSON, W. VA. -- 725-5221 John Cheshire, brother of the bride. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Cheshire chose a jacket en- semble of Azalea pink with which she wore a flowered hat of match- ing pink, navy accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Norman Michael, the bride's ma. ternal grandmother, wore a brown costume with beige accessories and a corsage of yellow carnat- ions. Immediately following the cere. mony a reception, attended by a- bout fifty guests, was held at the home of the bride's parents, which was decorated for the occasion with arrangements of the same flowers used in the church. The guests were served from the din- Ing table which was overlaid with a white ,linen cloth centered with a white floral arrangement and white candles in silver candle holders. Mrs. Leroy Cheshire acted as hostess for the reception with Mrs. Marshall Jenkins pre- siding ~t the punch bowl and Mrs. Hobart Kline, aunt of the bride, serving the elaborate four-tiered wedding cake topped with a min- iature bride and groom. Mrs. Step- hen Roper was in charge of the gift table while the guest register was circulated by Mrs. Wayne Foster. Before leaving for a brief wed- ding trip through Virginia the, n6w Mrs. Lockwood changed *tel a light blue jacket suit with~ which she wore a blue veil and l shoes, carried a blue purse and1 pinned on the corsage from her~ wedding bouqtlet. Upon their re-I turn the bride and groom took up [ residence in their new mobile[ home in the Russell Trailer Park] in Middleway. | The bride was graduated from l Charles Town High School, ~t-[ tended Shepherd College and hit present is employed tn a clerical i capacity at the Newton D. Baker Veteran's Center near Martins. in lace or loafers. A big selection. PRICED FROM m PRICED BOYS' SIZES 3 to - ------ . 6 $6.99 to $9.99 FROM CHILDREN S SPRING SHOES Have your children fitted properly with i famous Poll-Parrot shoes at Rosen's. There are styles to please any young] j lady or young man. Put them in a pair-- of these pre-tested shoes. PRICED m, m FROM tO ACCORDING To STYLE And SIZE