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April 13, 1972

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Breeden Becomes Bride Milton, Jr. In Middleway ! :i ii r :i } !::: ::: MR. And MRS. JOHN H. MILTON, JR. Ann Breeden, dau- Milton, Sr., of Millville, W .Va. and Mrs. Albert Saturday, March 4, in the Middle- Middleway, became way Methodist Church. John H. Milton, ! The double ring ceremony was and Mrs. John H. solemnized at 5 p. m. by the Rev. WE ALL WIN WITH SECRETARY OF STATE Glen Steven and the Rev. Zogeri The bridemaid, Mis Bonnie Henshaw before an altar graced!Milton, Miss Rhonda Milton, of with baskets of white gladialas Millville, sisters of the groom and white pom pores and daisies, and Mrs. Mary Miller of Charles flanked by palms and tapered i Town, wore identical gowns to the candlelabras, t matron of honor, nly the color Pol. Adv. by A Lot of People Would Like To See TomWinner Our Next Secretary of State. P. Bonenberger, Chairman. PUBLIC SALE the following, located at Graded School, Shenan- W. Va. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1972 11:00 A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS ........ garden tiller; refrigerator; glider; 2 chests of dressers; sofa bed; coffee table; lounge table; TV stand; 2 platform rockers; vacuum server; water cooler; window fans; lamps; rugs; mirrors; oak washstand; picture frames; dishes; tools and other articles not mentioned. l: Nothing to be removed until settled for. - Auctioneer - Clerk ADDIE STAGNER Apr. 13-2t- !< Miss Debby Pifer presented a program of wedding music and the traditional wedding process- tonal and recessional marches. And Miss Katie Blackford sang "I Love You Truly;" and "Oh Per- fect Love," after the mothers were seated. Given in marriage by her par- ents and escorted, to the altar by her father, the bride was lovely in a formal gown of Ivory sata peau de sole featuring a high neck and deep cuffed Bishop sleeves. The old fashioned silhouette with a full skirt was enchanced with lace and a velvet and applique trim with an attached free chapel train falling from the waistline. The veil of illusion fell from a came- lot crown with Venise lace and velvet. She carried a white Pray- er book, topped with white roses and white carnations, white strea- mers with love knots in which baby's breath was entwined in each knot, flowed from the bou- quet. Mrs. Shirley Cheshire, matron of honor, wore a yellow satin gown with bodice and skirt over- layed with yellow chiffton. The gown was styled with an Empire waist, with white daisy trim was green. They also carried bou- quets of yellow daisies. The Best Mn to Mr. Milton was Mr. Donnie Lanham, of Char les Town, and the ushers were.: Mr. Ernie Jones, Mr. Frank Stau- bs, and Mr. Terry James, all of Harpers Ferry, all friends el the groom. For her daughter's wedding Mrg. Henry wore a lime green double knit dress with black ac- cessories and a corsage of white carnations. The mother of the groom wore a pink dress with matching pink coat and pink ac- cessories and a corsage of white carnations. The bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Lucas, of Berryville, Va., chose a pink double knit dress and a white carnation corsage. The groom's paternal grand- mother, wore a medium blue suit and a corsage of white carnations A reception followed in the social hall of the church. The bride's table was graced with 'linen table cloths and the four- tiered wedding cake was used as the centerpiece with gold candel- abras, decked with white and yellow daisies on either side. Cry- stal and gold appointments were around the neck, waist and along used. the cuffs of the long sleeves. Her matching headpiece of yellow illu-  Mrs. Molly Nobrega and Mrs. sion, fell from a matching yellow Peggy Burch of Summit Point, bow. She carrieda bouquet of served the punch and Mrs. Isa- t belle Hampshire of Harpers Ferry yellow daisies. I served the wedding cake. Mrs. Donna Pierson registered the guests and in charge of the gift BERKELEY PLAZA table was Mrs. Pearl Elliott of MARTINSBURG, W. VA. Middleway and Mrs. June Elliott of Stephenson, Va.  : :. Before leaving for an undis-  closed destination the bride changed into a navy blue dress ! with blue and red accessories, Her ': corsage was from her wedding bouquet. On from .the returning wedding trip the couple will re- side in their newly purchased commy - tr".P| STARTS SUNDAY JAMES GARNER "THE SKIN GAME" Rated GP Saturday & Sunday Matinee 2 P. M. All Seats 75e Free Candy & Comic Books For All The Kids mobile home at Middleway. The bride attended Charles Town High School and is on the nursing staff of the Charles Town General Hospital. The groom, a graduate of Harpers Ferry High School, is employed at the Jeffer- son Tobacco Company in Ransom Pre-nuptial events inclflded a shower given by Mrs. Molly Nob- rega, and a shower given by the nurses at the Charles Town Hospi- tal. A rehearsal dinner was also given by the groom's parents where gifts were exchanged. Out-of-town guests for the wedd ing came from Virginia, Maryland and various points in West Vir- ginia. in the handling of your insurance get consistently and regully from our what we mean by "P. S." --- Personal la planning your coverage, and keeping it up or settling claims, we guarantee satisfaction. ii ml i Plus! Action, ]Hilt No. 2 "LADY IN A CAR" Special Adult Mldnite Show l01t MORE DETAILS CONTACT OR On Fri. & Sat. Gates open at 11:30. Positively No Children U8 At 725-7081 ,n be admitted to this en- gagement. 1. "SIDEWALK COWBOY" 2. "I FEEL IT COMING" PINE GROVE DRIVE-IN MARTINSBURG, W. VA. INC. -- CI4ML TOWN, W. , t304) 725-7081 3 ADULT HITS "SWEET GEORGIA" PLUS! "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" And Bonus Hit No. 3 "THE HORSEMAN" -x.-X-. RIPPON f MIL2, AUSTIN NICODE8 1 Mrs. Gene Catrow and two child [ ren and Mrs. Hilda Stickles spent] Monday evening with her sister, J Mrs. Wesley Edwards at their l home "Rock Spring Orchard." i Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Muse of! Berwin, Pa. were Wednesday sup per guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr. at their home "Silver Springs". Mr. Marshall Barran of Balti- more, Md., Mrs. Eddie Gardner and children Jackie and Chuckle Mrs. Jay Kearns of Middleway were Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo motored to Hagerstown, Md. on Sunday, they visited Mrs. Cer- avalo's sister Mrs. Mary Kershner and family and on route home they visited Mr. Ceravalo's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer !Jernsey of Falling Waters, and i also Mr. Ceravalo's sister and bro ther in law, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Green of Falling Waters. Mrs. Dorothy Duff of Leetown was a caller on Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Staulper of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris, Jr. and family of Charles Town were Sunday guest of Mrs. Jesse Chap/nan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Jenkins Sr. had as their guest recently Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Everhart of Berryville, Va. Mrs. Elwood Breeden was a guest of Mrs. Bert Rickard of Ranson on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Phil lip Breeden of Texas, Mrs. Bert Rickard of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden were guest of Mrs. George Breeden Sr. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hickman of Milford, Delaware, were call. ers at "Silver Springs" the home of Miss Welford Smith. ! Mrs. Ida Burner zs a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospi- tal, having been admitted there for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roof of Mc Lean, Va. were Sunday dinner guest of the latter's brother Mr. Edd Cunningham and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hetzel and two sons Robert and Peter of Blacksburg, Va. spent the week end at "Silver Springs" they were guest of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hoffman and four children Rhonda, Rox- anne, Rickey and Robin were Sun day guest of Mrs. Hoffman's par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Edw. ards and family. Miss Louise Briseoe of. "Pied. mont" and Dr. and Mrs. Allen of Charles Town, were Monday din- net guest of Mr. and Mr.. Robert Randolph Smith Jr. Chuckle Adams, Bart and Car. roll tIarshman were among those that took the bus tour to Washing ton, D. C. on Sunday to attend the circus. Rev. Tommy Hogen of Berry- I ville, Va was a guest on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bak- er Penwell and family. Mr. Raymond Hough celebrated his birthday quietly at his home on Saturday. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT SUNDAY SERVICES FOR SUMMIT POINT BAPTISTS "A Prayer For A Revival," will be the sermon subject Sunday morning for the 11 a. m. Worship service at the Summit Point Southern Baptist Church, it was announced by the Rev. Richard G. Moore, pastor. Sunday School will be at 10 a. m. with classes for all ages and with" Leroy Chesh ire, superintendent, in charge. Evangelistic Services will be held April 23 through April 30. Dr. L. C. Northen of Richmond, I SPIRIT OF JEFFEISON FARMER'S ADVOCATE r T q IIIRSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 C--3 Va. will bring lhe message each evening. Cottage Prayer Services will be held next week at 7:30 P. M. as follows: Monday April 17, home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Drish; Tuesday April 18, home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Drish; Wednes- day April 19, home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish; Thursday April 20, Revival Fellowship Sup per at church: Friday April 21, home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garte were dinner guests of Mr. anl Mrs. Eddie Garten and daughter Pare on Easter Sunday. Bake Sale, April 15 CHECK THE CLASSIFIEDS i ' III 1 We Are Pleased To Announce A New Addition To Our Family Of Brand Names FIRST TIME EVER! All these features in a Sealy mal tress af this mtionally adv,00rtised SALE PRICE* ea. pc, SealyHealth Guard. E 00,st buy of the year! 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