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Karen Smlhv0od Engagemen! Anmmced To Mr. Wilham Glaize MISS KAREN SMALLWOOD The engagement of Miss Karev Denise Smallwood to Mr. William Glaize, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glaize, was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund: C. Smallwood of 307 East Wash- ington Street. Miss Smallwood is a 1964 grad- uate of Charles Town High School. She is employed by Kable Oil Co., Inc. Upon graduation from Charles Town High School in 1960, Mr. Glaize entered the United States Air Force, where he served as an air control and warning operator. He is now employed as the service manager for Jefferson County Motors. A summer wedding is being planned by the couple: I ' II till i giVenShe isthethenamethirdf childPatriCiaandLeigh'first Sharon e unexpired term as VAVS Rep-I I THURSDAY, BAY 5, 1966 daughter in the family. Mrs. Shi- resentative for this Center. Also-] under Arts'and Crafts the veryl " eel ledP " elds is the former Miss Janet TO Become Bride May 12 beautiful 'Water Lily" designi I Knighting of Charles Town, dam- rs ames r et re ;I en ghter of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. crocheted bedspread by Mrs. Ed-[ * Knighting of Stephenson, Va., and Of Mr. William L. Burr gar Dudrow won a blue ribbon. I The Episcopal Church of the Collinsville, Illinois, a formerlfhar~ Ti[~ln I|]n|Ar gAm~HJ ~hlh. Mr. Shields is the son of Mrs. Receipts from the April 16 Advent in Crestwood, Missouri, classmate of the bride at South-[v ~,,# avvwal suaaavi rwvan~aa j ~a~ul Ruby Wilhoite and Mr. JohnT. Rummage Sale and Bake Sale at was the scene of the recent wedd-era Illinois University in Car-/p " eG" esTalks ~ Wat ys k.__ Shields of Lexington, Ky. the Friendship Fire Hall, re- ing of Miss Jane McGill Shirleybondale... . The ..... young women wore renhc IV n ",rwa Joseph George Cloud of Char. ported by the finance chairman, and Mr. Gregory Alan Prudom, ssmnar trocKs ot pastel colors ant| los Town is one of the 120 stu- Mrs. Carlos Start', was good news. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Prudom carried daisy bouquets. ------ dents at West Virginia University The Club~ members., were ~ remind-,, , of Pittsford, New York. I T-attenn.. ~_*ho ,~,~,~m,,:,.~.......b *~'~-.~ _.P,',,- ] Election of. officers, for a two some enlightening statistics.~~j in the College of Agriculture and ed to ,~et aszde lhe e~enin~ .,f m~" '~rnil, t'l~n~:,~ t, ~ T.,:,7~]Year term hlghhghted a meeting viewpoints on waterways and~ L'~J Forestry who will be honored at May 19 for the dinner at 6:30 p. The Reverend George McCowan ............ ~ ............... h 1 " e from f).L- Rim, o ,p~ ..... ~ ] of t e Char es Town Junmr Wo- people who visit and use th.'~p~'~-,~-~ the annual Honors Convention on m. at the Hilltop House, the clos- performed the ceremony before ,,,h,,o v[, ..... p~,,n,m~'~' ~o ............. ,~o,-~;o;no,'~ man's Club held recently, with' Mr Ron Evans was also a .~It SAIE: an altar decorated with white .................... ~. ...... v-~- rs " 'f " ..... in " "" " ......... |M.. James Gore, of Ranson, be- of the club He gave a br,e!.~[ even~ve Friday in Room 315 of WVU's ing meeting of the present club chrysanthemums, and arterward g m cue UaK ruage msumm o~ in el " " 1 " n y ............................. [ g ected President to succeed on mental health and erda" e~enaYn~ new Forestry Building. year. Mrs. Sam Skinner, Eastern Dis- there was a reception at the home l~ucienr ~Luuie~ (luring tIlt~ St:IIUUl / Mr ...................... ~ u~ a.,, ..~. o.,t;,~,, ,him ~,, / s. atamey ~e~ey. me umo's neap ,or mis Y~der's Nul Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Dodge of trict President, will be with the of the bride s parents, Mr. and a .......... s ......... a. .,. - -, Washington, D. C. were recent Club to install the officers for Mrs. James Shirley, 566 Aspen Best man for his brother was] Mrs. Randolph Anders was ele- fund-raising drove._.~ center[ C" visitors at the home of Mr. and the new club year. Drive, Crestwood, Missouri. Gerald Prudom a student at the/cted vice-president; Mrs. Robert It was announced that ~ 5-3-t Mrs. Harold Jacobs, 2rid Avenue, Hostesses for the evening were: The bride, a granddaughter of University of i~ouisville Ushers|Burch, recording Secretary; Mrs. Baskets had been prostate ~d]~z------L--- Ranson. Rev Dodge, a former Mrs. James bailey, Miss Virginia the late Mr. and Mrs. James G. were his'Washington U'niversity/Robert Watson, corresponding Jeffersonian Manor by the I4~wit SALE: minister in Jefferson County, is bailey, Mrs. Byron Webb, Mrs. Shirley of Charles Town, wore a classmates Gordon Jones and Jay] secretary; Mr:~. Robert Turner, Life and Fine Arts committe~mohair lxle]n o~ lxansas ~zty, ant a ,u~-[ .... :.. . . . ce~ztzy use now pastor at the Congress Dewey Meadows and Mrs. Lewisfull-length white gown and chapel ................... ~-- ~ ~reasurer; anc~ ~rs David War A check for $10 was give uy use Height Methodist Church,in Meadows. Their good Coffee and train of peat de sots and an elbow mer calssmate, Robert Greenberg| mcz, press ant puonc~ty d~rector, the John Writt family it was~_a~ce Wm Washington, D.C. cake idwasLo--~enjyed by all. length bouffant veil. A bouquet~~~'dt~i!I~l~hn~oi:aU~dn~vae~rt! iienYeai! t~h~e~c/~u:b:~aP~!:lnya----[ Although ~n prewousyears off~~'!~m!h?c~ U~~ ounced __e.~uf~t:a__ ery m Sunday visitors with Mr. and of gardenias and white roses corn Mrs. Earl E. HaTter. Jefferson i--~p...~._n pleted her costume. Avenue, were Mrs. Earl D. Har- Da~ Miss Angelica Shirley, "~he ter. Howard, Pa., Mrs. Gladys MISS SHARON SINE Weight, Mill Hall, Pa, and Mrs. Evalene Ishler, Boalsburg, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sine, 318 P~0m0fl0~ By Madnes They also visited Mr. and Mrs. East Burke Street Martinsburg, Lawrence Gray, Ranson, Sunday announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon L. to William afternoon before returning to L. Barr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pennsylvania. Mitchell Barr, 201 Lawrence Born to Mr. and Mrs Hersel Street, Charles Town. Monte Stuckey, Leetown, a son, They will be married May 12, Eric Gregory, on April 28. in the in the Asbury Methodist Church, Winchester Memorial Hospital. and will be open to their family Mrs. Stuckey is the former Miss and friends. Patti Ann Quinlan. . I A reception will be held at the Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, i church. ST., near Leetown, and Mrs. Will- iam Swartz, Charles Town, vis. [ MI E~'~~ ited the former's son and daugh- ISS toT.in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson and daughter Sara, War.l[n.a.ement renton, Va., on Sunday. I ~1 ~ !/411 UlI~.~I Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Back I and four children, Barbara, Bobby] To Mr Alvin V,,r, Ir Brian and Betsy from Bergen-[ .,. ,.,..~,.-v~ ~,. field, N. 5. spent the weekendI Announcement was made this w}th Mrs Back s parents, Mr. and Iweek by Mrs. Edward C. Allnut mrs. Charms E. Gore, ~outh Sam- [ of Rockville, Md, and Charles tel Street. Mrs. Back was for-I Town of the engagement nf her merly Miss Susan Gore. I gran'ddaughter, l~liss Edith- Stan- bride's only sister was unable to sity at Carbondale. The bride- stitution calling for elections Committees were named~era! dres, attend the wedding as she is pro- groom is a student at Washington every two years in the future, plans made for the Talent R~ condi~ sexily attending the University of University in St Louis and is This move is in keeping with the to be held May 27 at the J~-Charle~ Grenoble, Grenoble, Isere, France organist and choir director atthe election of state officers. High auditorium. This p~ Maid of honor was Miss Susan church of the Advent in Crest- ~ The new officers will be install- will be held in cooperation ~R SALE: Lister of St. Louis. The two other wood, Missouri. led at an installation dinner to be ~the Senior Woman's Club. ~kinds. St bridesmaids were Miss Anne Pru- The newlyweds are living at held in June and they will for-i A King and Quden of l~hopping dom, only sister of the bride- 8930 Cardinal, Brentwood, Miss. really take office at the Septem-[ contest will also be held and|. Va. groom, and Miss Roberta Nash of ouri. ~ ber meeting of the club. winners will be announced at~ .... A movie on the history of the Talent Review. The Charm~.~../ Stafford Chapter #alton League Ch&rlOs C nv l W Sn hWlwt:h'e tlS tfwOe vb?ys and girls ak _ _ Club by Mr. Joseph Prentice, Suptl A picnic for the club me~ 5-.1-~-- inn , ^.M r^,,nt l t.eir Plann...,,..VlIII,t .11 I VM Park, at the Aprils meeting. I Sunday, May 22 at the Jeffel R SALE ---.-- Following the movie, Mr. Prentice I County Park. Let s all hope~iler 52xl Planning and zoning for Jeff- area the fish were starving to answered questions and gave~ good Weather. ' ~tact Jot erson County was given the on- death because the waste was de- ,~.,~,',,e,~,~',s~ i Route dorsement of the Stafford Chap- ter of the Izaak Walton League of America Tuesday evening as the group held it's mouthy meet- ing. In taking this action it was stressed that the Chapter has played an important role in keeping rivers and streams in their natural free-flowing state stroying the food the fish fed upon. The membership was told that it is seldom an accident that a river has remained clean and free flowing. It has taken the work'," of organizations, civic groups and landowners constantly fighting pollution, dams, etc., to accomp- lish this. ~an Stree ~r 3:00 ] o275 ~al, elect Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chester ley Allnut to Mr. Alvin B. Veire, The 'role which the Izaak Walton It was emphasized that the Paul Foley, Charles Town, a Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. DAVID L. ELLIS Chanters of the fiw counties in rivers of this area have longbeen daughter, on May 1, in the Win- Veire, of Rockville, Md. David L Ellis of Charle~ Town this~area played when the Short- considered among the most beaut- [.Priced ~,~9369 af chester Memorial Hospital Mrs Miss Allnut, the granddaughter- -- -- ' ....~ - " andoah River was badt,, ',olluted iful in the world and this beauty " " Pole'" is the former Mi~-'B .... " - "h ........ " -- ~ son ot ~wrs Tnezma r~. ~mya ann ~ ~- .... y ~s etty u[t elate~uwaruw AunutLtor .......- ........... ......... from industrial wastes articularv Should oe preservea. SLIPS ~,o~ " he . the late ~unam r~zzs ot wztarze~ , -. Mr. and Mrs. Rmhard ReRer Sue W eler. merly of Charles Town, is a grad ,v ........... ~ ..........,~,,,, the waste which at one time was The Chapter was also told that ........... ~ ...... e ........... 1 " k ~)R SALE and family moved early th~s Mr. and Mrs Herbert Jacobs, mate of Holy Cross Academy and ~,,,,~ r ,,,..~ ,, ....... ~ .. ~, u ~,,n cominu from the American Vis- Governor Hu ett, SmRh has as ed . , ........... ,,,,,~, ............. ~, v h I alto Lea u assi week from the Shugart propertySilver Spring, Md., visited their she attended Temple Business uraz .......................... vy the v ~ z,,arlneS ou ~pr, coo ,.slant near Front Royal, ' Va to" n'Zaak"Wa n ,,go to st d~ ~t0][ ~ice~tesman$525. at the corner of Samuel and Con-parents,. Mr and Mrs. Harold School ................~ ~, ..... ~;.,,~n h,~,o ,h~ ...... t. Th_e membershin _a_w s remLded'n the ew T sk Force on Surface , ........ ~ ............ inin gross Streets m Charles Town to Jacobs last week Mr. Ve~re ~s a graduate of R~ch f~ ...... ~ ~'l~i~ is *ation-a -t of the tests made by Gent Sur- M g" I|l~ ~1=1 I/ I~,.'~.-.---[L Crux i the property whch thye haev Mr. and Mrs Earl HaTter, vis. ard Montgomery H,gh School, m c'...,.-,'m,f,-,,,,~ ~ ~ .., ..... ,t. beT of the Leetown Fish Match- The membership was also abided, )t|'} |;:i | purchased near Kabletown. ited Mr and Mrs. Abner Hoff, Rockville; and is attending Moat a~"e~~ ~'laar'les)own'~Ii~,l~ School cry and how the tests indicated to read the article on "Pollution"[ Mr. and Mrs John T. Shields, West ~rashington Street, Sun- gomery Junior College an.~"enlisted in the Ylarines in it was zinc waste in the river that in the April 23 issue of the Sat-.[ Jr.,the birthf FlorenCe,ofa babyAla"girlannunCeon Wed- day evening.~ plannedAn August wedding has been I from19{~2 hi~hShrtl'schoalafter o~raduation was killing the fish and in this urday. Evening Post '[i ~i|l:EGLI~ nesday, April 6. She has been Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate ~ [ ~" ,~.-- ~. . ~o~ o.n ..... ~,o,~ .... m ha ~vl ..... ..................... Hrs. tohn Perr- Tell, ~, ..., , . .,------__.. flurt~n Hemoers e~~;;;~s:~%a~'~'~'~';m~. H~';:I ITH . , . " " I LITTle Joseph rl01 ilnll I ry Puster, Ray Seal, Graham Bull-I ' ~ T r un nell, Harry Blaekford and Ed. SPFCIAL ~ ~L ~~ ~ ~ HarpersFenyWomns ITnR, ernwnRparp, rlnoSpon$o J e t Organ t I I I:CIIIHG 1 MS . X I .vv.v ...... u ...... Rt -- *. I This publicity will meet again/ | Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday ~ Club nf Pe-d I... ^ . . . ~looamon|~ v|s|T I the first Wednesday in June to/ v u. ~.n corn lete lanK for the v~s~t } ---ONLY--- II I King, tlueell L, onlesT I p p t ALSO f.~-.. . n It a ...... I The Bloodmobile committee of l ~ I I~Al~ll/~lll~l ~l~n ~::~4~1~ ~ B .... w~.san evening o[ rears[ Little William JosephFiorvanti four Ruritan Clubs met Wednes-I~/~,_^, I~,~l,a.s,l,,~ T~, ] ashal)l,. Teln 1, I IKIOT LUEL--- I.OU ,e~..~ ~ int~eres~i~g~;y a~aate(~Uz%gY ~/o' Charles Town, one of the two daytni~etl~eo dil~C:dSS~nsifo~t::/ Wgll~gH ~g~l~'~J IV / de , mini|m. A.l.. . AA ~1~" '" ~" O J0hn Perry Club Historian on/winners in last years ~asmrn n ./~. , ~t., ./ A ~' " ! All Colors, 'Sizes In G L mY E S g HAIR I'll/ . =. I Ill ~ ~ 'n~l~ ' ~ Thursday-e~,enin% Anril 2{) asi Panhandle Junior King and Various industries in the County/ oroen us0 0una l ~' ~" ' " 'ie " i1~I1,111 ~l,*q,~l,,d/ leVV ~ J- % ]( th tr ..... ~ ..... r~o,~., ~xr. | Queen contest sponsored by the will be ws t d by the Rumtan/ ........... / n ~ . x ,~ ,---,~, .... .~,,a ........... -! ........ members , ~ars. t;. Manning ~mlm, oil .. /~,,~rn~rlane~r] f}ner tov Onlv - \ E ]( man s Club met at the clubhouse/~artinsourg aunmr woman s " " 1Charle~ Town nr.~idant ~f thai ~-- I ~----r .......... r ...... .- ~ for its Anril ,~ro,ram " rer " Viroin;~ '~ndarot|,~nz" ............... af . 6 I Club, will be the crown bea Mrs. J. D. Yowell, representmg|w.~, am.| A,d Ik :rc ---... VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP ~ Born Pearl ~idenstricker at[ for the new King of the contest the Red Cross met with the group| c~en~'C~u~)s'-anc~ ~/~rs"~i?'H?~'l'l'[ Hillsb r - ' this year when the event is staged, and stressed the importance of ' " " ". " 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 ][ o o, Pocahontas CountY, I ............ auditor "i ...... ]mms of Shepherdstown, will be[ ~,ho.,,t,~o,r,,,,,.~ ~tr~o, vo ]i West Virginia, she lived thr Im me ~aar~msurg mgn meet ngmequotazormeyear /~.~..~. ,h~/ .~o,~.~,oo ~..~ ,~.., IUSTI M(}M ~, .... ~ ...... , ,,,;o..~. . ium Saturda ni ht at 7 p m ~[ her first three baby months, and[ . Y g W~th apprommately mghty Rur| West Virginia Garden Club I-~ | Last ear s winner of the honor ! "~ ............... then went to spend the greater l Y .... ztan members the committe agre-t who will be attending the 37th art o of Queen zs also expected to De ed to ask ach m O~mm~o~.~mm.(~~.~o~mm~mm~.~m.o~m~o~m~ P.. f her eventful life with her[ .... th "9"6 e ember to contact i annual meeting of the National St" It]I SII i m~ssmnary parents in the Orient. the crown nearer zor ~.e o five people urging mem to par-ICounci1 of Stato. Garden Clubs to .... ~shir on :i~ m ~ueen, ~t was statea ~ne was t~c~ ate m the bloo r . ,.,. _ To ost people the name Pearl ... " "p ' d p ogram this be hela in NewOrleans La Mav~, ~ ~'~ =:~" r" .~ "~ | .L~ " Buck calls to mind her best Wamara Kay ~ullivan. visit. All other organizations will] 7-12. " ' " "J It.~ ~-'~-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ffi " ~ known novel, "The Good Earth,"I A total of 81 children wil! .be be contacted and urged to giveI The convention theme "From' RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 72, D ! ~ M O N D R I N C~ S which, together with her more|participating in thecomest wmcn in the name of their organization. | These Roots," Eternal Beauty, than twenty other books, deals]Wil! be judged byLee.tteynoms, Those visiting various industr-]will be depicted in great detail: ,~ chiefly with the life and customs metier ~mown as t;aptam ~ee on _ __ of the oriental peoples among WTTG. Channel 5, Washington, | dJ whom she lived and loved D.C.; Miss Karma Wolfe. a photo As is customary, the Club met grapher with Pixy Pin-Ups and [] at 7:20 p. m for a short business Mrs. Kenneth Babington, an in- | session prior to the program, structor of baton and drum corps ~" Mrs Marshall Orndorff, presi- from Hagerstown, Md. Reynolds dent, "recounted the citations re- will have his famous dog Alexan. ceived by the Club at the annual dria, the Great Dane, with him convention in March at the at the Saturday night show. I N Greenbrier First, the Club re- Admission to the show will be ceived the Honor Club Award for $1 for adults and 50 cents for completing honor points for 1965. | children. .0 CHARLES TOWN 66. Secondly, the Club was a- warded the Silver Sword Certi- ~t~ Held Monday For ficate of Appreciation from the -- Every Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed perfect (or replacement assured). Its brilliant fire and recise modern cut are found in only one diamond in undreds. All Keepsake diamonds are protected against loss from the setting for one year. Each ring carries a life- time trade-in privilege, plus permanent registration... all this is yours at no extra cost only from Keepsake. COMPLETE SETS FROM: i Little or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are your Authorized Keepsake Dealer. American Cancer Society, In., for cash contributions from the Club's solicitation of Bolivar and Harpers Ferry District. Third, was the~ award for being among the first small group clubs for uotstanding work in the field of aiding the handicapped at the Veteran's Hospital. Faithful 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-7411 --- CHARLLES TOWN W. VA. Mrs. Lula Frances Ross Services were conducted at 2 p. m. Monday at the Smith Me- morial Funeral Home in Charles Town. by the Rev. J. E. Washing. ton for Mrs. Lula Frances Ross. widow of William Ross, who died workers, going each week, are unexpectedly Friday morning at Mrs. Joseph Prentice, Mrs. Rob-~ her home at Kearneysville. Burial ert McIntyre and Mrs. Marshall was in the Methodist Cemetery I NEED ANY WALLPAPER? NEED ANY PAINT? LENNON'S DECORATING CENTER 121 N. Charles St., Charles Town Is A Good Place To Go. (Ask your neighbors). They have a good selection of WALLPAPER in stock, (about 200 patterns), from Only 29c . Up To $1.25 (A single Roll) PAINT IS ON SALE AT ONLY $3.98 a Gallon (The No-Drip Kind, Too) ,Why Not Drop In Soon? THEY ARE OPEN: 8 To 9 Fri. - 8 To 6 TucK, Thurs., Sat. and Mon. Wed. From 8 A. M. To I P. M. IF. S. - Or you can take one of their 6g Pattern books home to look at. P. S. No. 2 - Green Stamp or May.26 Central Charge. I I li i I at Kearneysville. She was born at Kearneysville. I May 24, 1884, daughter of John I W. and Zone Myers Walker. Surviving are four step-children Mrs. Dolphin Goons and William Ross, both of Kearneysville; Mrs. Alice Laws. Roanoke, Va.; James Ross, Reading Pa; two sisters, Mrs. Georgia Timbers and Mrs. Alice Ferguson, Kearneysville; two brothers John W. Walker, Albany, N. Y.; dud Edward Walk. or, Wheeling and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Dorothy Smallwood Named President Morgan County Teachers Ass'n. Mrs. Dorothy Smallwood of Berkeley Springs was reelected. president of the Morgan County Education Association at the ann- ual banquet held April 26 in the Paw Paw Elementary School. Mrs. Smallwood is the wife of Charles H. Smallwood formerly of 500 Joffers0n Avenue, Charles Town. 0 4~ 0 Every MOTHER Will Appreciate One Of These Lovely Light Weight Housecoats. 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