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w !: !i!! i ' 00i!i i I Miss Rose Lotts is Graduate Barbizon School Of Modeling HISS ROSE LOTTS Miss Rose Lotts, daughter of r. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Lotts, Cuv- ier Mobile Homes Court, Char-i s Town, W. Va., graduated from t Le Barbizon School of Modeling tRichmond Va., Friday. Miss tts attended Charles Town Sen x High Schol and was active in e school chorus, Thespian group nd a staff member of the Richo- i het. She was also elected to the f rational Honor Society and select d as "Citizen-of-the-Month". Miss tts attended the Barbizon faro-[ us 18 week major modeling cou-[ $e. As a graduate she has register- d iwith the Barbizon Modeling l gency as a professional model r placement in newspaper, tele- ision" and. magazine advertising. Boy Scout Troop n Harpers Ferry To lold Bake Sale Saturday A new Boy Scout Troop No. 68, ms recently formed in Harpers 'erry with Charles S. Hocken- mith as Scoutmaster and the irst project which the Troop has xken on will be a bake sale to be eld Saturday, April 15, at the .Friendship Fire Hall in Harpers 'Ferry. All proceeds from the sale .will be used to purchase camping iequipment for the troop. Troop 68 is also in need of used Boy Scout uniforms for those who eannot afford new ones. Anyone tlaving a used uniform for sale or donation" please contact us at 725 ,8178 or 725-7343 All contribut- ions will be greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Wilt and son Garnett, Jr., of Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey were Easter weekend visitors with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and family. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDaniel and daughter Shelia, Miss Connie LaRue and Lonnie LaRue and Mr. Paul Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Marshall Kable, Route 2, Charles Town an- nounce the birth of their daugh- ter on March 24 in the Winches- ter Memorial Hospital. Weighing 6 lbs. 143 oz. The new arrival has been named Carolyn Marshall Mrs. Kable is the former Janice Marie Holpe and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Holpe of Gary, W. Va. Paternal grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Kable of Charles Town. The Rev. William Ramkey min- ister of the Charles Town Presby- terian Church is a surgical pat- ient in the V. A. Center Hospital near Martinsburg, having entered on Monday of this week. Mrs. Cleota Jones, Mrs. Alice Joy, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and Mrs. Dorothy Myers of Smy- rna, Delaware returned home on Monday after spending several days with Mrs. A. B. Cash. A surprise birthday party was given honoring Mrs. Kathryn Pennington of Leetown, by Mr. Richard Giampapa and the form- ers daughters, Mildred, Nancy and Laurie and son Joe Dan Pen- nington on Saturday night April 1, 1972. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman, Charles Town, Mr. David Markley, Kear- neysville, Miss Cindy Breeden, Ranson, Mr. Gene Coffman, Mr. John Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barrows and daughter, Misses Bey, Kay and Phyllis Coffman" all of Leetown, Miss Joann Sponsell- er, Charles Town, Sharon Mills and Miss April Coffman of Ran- son, and Mr. Andy and Miss Sarah Coon of Leetown. Refreshments of ham sandwiches, chips, nuts, ice cream, and birthday cake. Kathryn received many nice and useful gifts. One gift was a four day trip to New York City, and while there Mr. Richard Giam- papa and Kathy visited with his sister and they went thru New Central Park and other places of interest. Mr .and Mrs. George W. Flem- ing, Jr., and Mrs. Holly Gainer of Martinsburg visited Sunday after- noon wth, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. Flemirig st. Mrs. Frances Bayer and Mrs. Hilda Judd spent Easter Holidays in Kingsport, Tenn., visiting with | The Greanwich House IN MIDDLEWAY, W, VA. Changes Hours For Operation As Follows: OPEN -- Monday through Friday aies Oy - 4 P. M. Until? ons - Maximum 40 Persons) : OPEN -- Saturday& Sunday Noon, Until? 8 Reservations Not Required, But Will Be Greatly : Appreciated For All Reservations - Phone 725-7698 t Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nicely and family. They returned home on Thursday. Mrs. Annie Wilt, Mrs. Mabel Wilt and Mrs. Margaret Hostler spent Tuesday with Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and sister in Boyce, Va. A daughter was born on March 31st, 1972 to Mr. and Mrs. David William White of Tuscawilla Hills. The baby was named Shan- non Nykol White. She weighed 5 lbs. 8 oz. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wean of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Dou- glas White, Sr., of Jefferson Ter- race and Mr. Gene Waiters of Ranson. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Vir- ginia Wilson, at her home Wilt's Trailer Park, near Charles Town were Mrs. Lillian Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Teenie and son Mike all of Pittsburg, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Minor Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilson and son Tony of Gerrwille, Va. Mr. and Mrs. S. Preston Smith, South Samuel Street have return- ed from a two week trip to Fort Walton Beach, Florida, They stop ped enroute to visit the Rev. and Mrs. Peter M Jorgensen, Green- wood, South Carolina and Captain and Mrs. William A. McVey, Tup- Mrs. Dick Hoff were visitors Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mason. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Eilertson and Miss Evelyn Huddle on East Liberty Street over the holiday weekend were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Grove of Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Eilertson Jr. and child ren, Becky, Cindy and David of Wheaton, Md. Miss Donna Hoffman, Mr. Porfirio Funtila 00llMIiIlllUllm ON BOYS' GIRLS' SPRING COATS OFF Large selection of most sizes. Toddler Sizes 3 to 6x - Also, 7 to 14 Ruby's Tots-To.Teens 130 West Washington Street DIAL 725-9528 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. FASHIONS IN HAIRSTYLES Let our experts cut and give you a permanent, flattering to you, within your budget. Hair Conditioner, Cuts and Styling, all included in the price of permanenL HAIR COLORING A SPECIALTY VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles St. - Charles Town, W. Va. Hrs. 8 to 5:30 - Thurs. 8 to 9 p. m. DIAL 725-5414 Engagement Announced elo, Mississippi. Mrs. Annie Wilt and daughters, Arbutus and Antoinette and MISS DONNA HOFFMAN granddaughter Michele visited Announcement was made this Mrs. Estelle Riekel and Mr. and week by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Mrs. Lewis Donivan and baby.on Hoffman" of Harpers Ferry, of Sunday. '. the engagement of their daugh- ter, Donna Lorraine to Mr. Par- (FROM LAST WEEK) I firio Serrano Funtila, Jr., son Thurman Lee Whitacre, III, of Mr. and Mrs. Porfirio L. Fun- son of Thurnmn Le and Anne tila, Sr. of Berryville, Va. Whitacre was baptized March 26, Miss Hoffman will be graduated 1972 in the Asbury Methodist from Harpers Ferry High School Church, Charles Town, W. Va. with the 1972 graduating class. Godparents are Dr. Mildred Wil- Mr. Funtila was graduated from liams and Dr. John L. VanMetre. Rizal High School in the Philipp- The Caldwell's who appeared ines and he is employed by Henk- at the Jefferson County Fair, last le-Haris, Inc., in Winchester, Va. year are now appearing at Hogat- No date has been set for the es in Washington, D. C. through wedding" April 25, 1972. Jerry Walker son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Walk- er of Shenandoah Junction is a Miss Nesslerodfs member of the Caldwell band. Engagement Announced To Mr. Donald Magaha Friday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Batty were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Batty and children, New Castle, Delaware, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alger, Sr., Berryville, Va., Mr. Leslie Alger, Woodville, Ohio, Mrs. Loletta Kelican, and Mr. Merle Alger of Charles Town. Mrs. Leslie C. Sells is a surgical patient in Good Samaritan Hospi- tal, Baltimore, Md. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Donivan and son David were, Mrs. Anna Gray, Mrs. Barbara Mackey, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Donivan and Miss Cindy Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Jr. and two children, Heidi and Harry Jason, of Greenbelt, Md., spent Easter with Calvin's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Flem- ing, Sr. ! Mrs. Mary Ott, resident of Char les Town is a patient in Elkins, West Virginia Hospital, her sis- ter, Mrs. Dena Dillow, Woodlawn Trailer Park, her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Hostler, Harpers Ferry, and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Seal, Ranson, visit- ed her Sunday, where they trav- eled through about four inches of snow. Easter Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fritts, near Charles Town, were Mr. J. Leonard Fritts, Mr. and Mrs. Don, glas Harrison and son, Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritts and family, Manassas, Va., Mr. I Charlie Spiker and daughter Deb ra Spiker, Mr. Clarence Fritts, 'Mrs. Hilda Luckner, Baltimore, i lMrs. Sherrie Brown, Baltimore, Md. and they received a telephone call from Denver, Colo., from their grandson, Michael Fritts who is with the air force there. Mr. Shirley Knott Alger of Bal- timore, Md., visited the Easter Holiday with is mother, Mrs. Ken na Knott Travell at her home on South Church St. Mrs. Mac Carper of Arlington, Va., visited a few days with her t sisters, Mrs. Alvin Lookinbill and Mrs. Louise Jacobs. Mrs. Anna Gray and Mr. and MISS NESSLERODT Announcement was made this week by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ness- lerodt, of Route 2, Charles Town" of the engagement of their dau- ghter, Geraldine Yvonne, to Mr. Donald F. Magaha, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha, of South Mineral Street, Ranson. Miss Nesslerodt is employed by J. Schoeneman, Inc., in Winches- ter, Va. Mr. Magaha is stationed at Par- ris Island, South Carolina, with the U. S. Marine Corps. He was formerly employed at Glenn's Barber Shop in the Hilldale Shop ing Center and also the Charles Town Police Department. No date has been set for the wedding. North Jefferson PTA Covered Dish Supper The North Jefferson P. T. A. will have a covered dish supper at 6:00 on April 17, at the school. Mrs. Marie Jacobs will present After Easter HALF.PRICE SALE COAT & DRESS ENSEMBLES COATS - DRESSES - SUITS PANT SUITS - HATS WASHINGTON SPECIALTY SHOP Charles Town & Martinsburg ! Your BankAmericard or Central Charge Accounts Honored At Our Store. Five Generations Get Together SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 Miss Barbara Browning Mr. Welsh Vows At Home Of Miss Barbara Ellen Browning, of the Blue Ridge Acres Develop- ment, located near Harpers Ferry daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Browning, also of Blue Ridge Acres, became the bride of Mr. William G. Welsh, Route 3, Mar- tinsburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Glenn Welsh, Route 3, Martins- burg, Saturday, March 4. The ceremony was solemnized at "'Cedar Manor", the home of the groom at 2 p. m. by the Rev- erend W. Jay, before a back- ground of white, lavender and pink gladiolas and mums on and beside the fire place. Music for the service was pro- vided by Al Jackson and "Jimbo" Freeman. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, was escorted by her father. She wore a lavender crepe full length gown and carri- ed a nosegay of white rosebuds and baby's breath, with pink Sweetheart roses in her hair. Miss Tishas Allen, the maid of honor, and Miss Carol maid, wore pink crepe l suits and carried mums. The mother of the a beige and brown the mother of the green crepe dress. Mr. David Donzill best man to the Following the pagne reception was Manor catered by House. Cutting and wedding cake was Chambers, Mrs. served the punch. runs were: yellow and gladiolas and on the wedding The bride a GIL BRYAN Gil Bryan, brodcaster for WINC Winchester, Va., will be master of ceremonies for the 1972 Queen of Charm on Friday, April 27, at the Charles Town Junior High auditorium beginning at 7:30 3. m. Thirty-eight young ladies will ompete for the honor of being chosen "Miss Charles Town-Ran son". Five talent groups will enter- tain the audience during eliminat ion rounds. Bryan is a graduate of Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio He was first employed by WINC in Sep- tember, 1971, and currently hosts the sounding board telephone talk !show daily from 2 - 2:15 p. m., and broadcasts daily from 2-7 p. m. A native of New York City, he has broadcast over WJMA Orange Va., and WCHV and WCCV-FM Charlottesville. Reserved tickets for the Queen of Charm may be purchased at Stuck & Alger Pharmacy in Char- les Town and Junior and Senior High band members for $2.00. General admission tickets are $1.50 and will be sold at the door the night of the entertain- The annual Parent-Teacher As- sociation talent show will be held Monday night, May 1, in the Char les Town Junior High School and itorium, it was announced this Election Of Officers week. This year again many students Feature M Wright and talent groups from the var- ..n  ions parts of the county, will he participating. The Wright Denny Denny PTA April 17 and Ranson elementary schools and the Charles Town Junior The Wright Denny P. T. A. will High School will all be represent- ed by various talented students. hold a special meeting to elect l' There will be juding of the officers for the coming year on,talent and the group winning Monday, April 17 at 7:39 in the from each school will be present- schoOlMrs, auditorium.sue Watson, chairman ! ed a U. S. Saving Bond, the bonds f having been provided by the the nominating committee, will i Bank of Charles Town, the Pea- present a slate of nonmmees to ......... the "membership and nominat-I pzes zan ox ;narms town ants ions will be accepted from the floor. I Proposes Following the election of off- icers, Mrs. Cheryl Lawrence, will present a film entitled "Wild* Relocation Of Routes 51 & 9 Gil Bryan To Emcee 1972 Queen Of Charm Charles Town Jr. High This column is primarily for news and discussion of matters of public health, particularly as concerns the practice of Phar- macy. Today, it is our aim to bring to public attention a matter of public health and safety, but which has no direct connection [with Pharmacy. State road No. 51 from Charles Town to Inwood is a matter of increasing concern. This highway has been, over the past several years, a death trap with fatal or near fatal accidents occuring rapidly as U. S. Interstate 81 feeds even more traffic into it. The Eastern portion of this road from Charles Town to Middle way is, for most of its distance, just the old road bed built about two hundred years ago for horse and wagon traffic. Without tre- mendous cost of reconstruction and some relocation, it can never be adequate for the increased use it is now and in the future will be called on to support. As an alternate to such costly reconstruction, we offer the fol- lowing suggestions. The editorial column of the Martinsburg Journal has from time to time called attention to the need of a limited access high way from Charles Town to Mar- tinsburg now served by State Route 9. The need of such a high- way we do not dispute, but since Route 51 as well as Route 9, to be adequte, will both need to be entirely rebuilt, would it not be practical to build such a highway some where about half way between Route 9 and Route 51 and serve the purpose of both. This could then pick uP Inter- state 81 traffic from both North and South at its juction with 81 and likewise disperse the return traffic. If we are successful in bringing the Allegheny Corridor into the eastern panhandle, such a high- way as proposed above would serve as an ideal connecting link. This space Is reerved by Scott White Ethical Pharmacy for publication [of interesting and valuable information t concerning" the practice of Pharmacy. April 13-1-t. REVIVAL AT Cedar Grove Christian LOCATED 2 MILES OFF ROUTE On Sulphur Springs Road - Near Inwood, Beginning April 23 - 28 - At 7:30 P. M. EVANGELIST WILL BE RONALD With Special Music Each Night HARRY "Bud" YODER - Local Everyone Is Cordially Invited & Welcome Your Shopping Look At These Week-End GIRLS DRESSES Val. to$9 Reduced 1/3 ROOM SIZE RUGS Reg. 44.99 Now 24.88 SCATTER RUGS Slightly Irrg. 1.97 to 8.37 LADIES SPRING HATS vaL to $7 Reduced 1/3 LADIES SPRING DRESSES One Group Reduced 20% LADIES SHOES Val. to $16 Reduced 20% Mens Short DRESS Reg. 3.99 N o Reg. $5 Now " Mens SUITS & Reduced LADIES Val. to Reduced LADIES Reg. Now SPRING GIRLS Reg- Now MENS KNIT Flare Leg ALL FABRICS REDUCED Reg. 3.99 yd ............... NoW Reg. 4.99 yd ............... NOW Reg. 2.49 yd ............... NOW Reg. 1.99 yd ................ NOW Reg..99 yd .............. NoW Reg..49 yd .............. i. "NOW 3 Charles Town Store Always Plenty Of FREE This was ladies night and a de- licious steak and sea food dinner was served. There were about nineteen present. After the din- ner slides were shown by Mrs. Jerry Shimda and Mr. Bob Snook on Enviro/ment problems. There was a most unique get-together, Easter Sunday in Fairhope, Pa., when five generations of one family managed to join in an afternoon of fellowship and conversation. Three of the five prin- cipals involved in the reunion were from Jefferson County and the other two from Fairhope. The youngest involved was Tonya Tillet, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tillet, 324 East Washington Blakeley Bank & Trust Company. na Lynn to Mr. street, and the eldest, Mrs. Pearl Emeriek, great-great grandmother, hart, son of Shown in the above picture are: (left to right)--Mrs. Jerry (Susan) Enoaoement ed Ranson. Tillet, Charles Town; Mrs; Minnie Lightcap, of Kearneysville, grand- ilounc ,ivary mother of little Tonya Tillet, Mrs. Carrie Emerick, great-grand.  Vows were Temple, mother, and Mrs. Pearl Emerlck, great-great-grandmother, both of Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Cornwell, on Saturday, Fairhope and the latter is holding the youngest of the five gener- BerDTille, Va. announce the en- ations, gagement of their daughter Alice the Rev. Huffman to Mr. Riley E. Thompson son of The bride and Mr. Newton Thompson of Myers- employed at RanSov P. T. A. Life memberships to Wonderful West Virginia". The town. Mrs. Carolyn Hoffman, Mrs. Ida film is in color and includes see- Miss Cornwell is attending CHECK THE Ferell and Mrs. Margaret Banks. nes of the University, the State Clarke County High School. /g There will be a Learning Festi- Capitol, the State Parks and other Mr. Thompson was a graduate val for all ages. points of interest found in our of Charles Town High School state. It should be interesting to everyone and especially to those class of 1967 and is employed by Bakerto who may be formulating vacation Smalley Package Company, Berry plans for the summer, ville, Va. Sh St d On The public is cordially invited No wedding date has been set. OW ! es to attend the meeting even tha- i P bl ugh they have no children attend Married In WiIrmsp0rt Environmenta r0 ems ing Wright Denny and are not l members of the PTA. FOg The Bakerton Ruritan Club held their regular monthly meet- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rotruck ing, April 6 at Cliffside Motel. Talent Show May 1 At of Charles Town announce the marriage of their daughter Dian- Town High School, ed by Washinon Cooke Insurance in The groom, a ton Military tending Shepherd The couple is home near Swan