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l l JOIN SUIT CLUB KASTLE'S SUIT CLUB Charles Town STARTS Saturday, May 18 SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 J Miss Barbara Walker Mr. Haines To Wed and West Virginia College of Beamy Culture. She is employ ed at The Modern Beauty Shoppe in Crles Town. Mr. Haines is a gradum'e of Jefferson H, igh School and .he attended Potomac State Col- lege and ,is employed  Dixie- ,Nerco ia Ran,son. An open church wedding will ,take place May 25, 7:30 p. m. at the Church of Christ in avtinsburg. All friends and cehtlves of the couple axe in- victed ,to agend. A reception will follow. MISS .BARBARA WALKER Ir. d Mrs. William E. Walker, Driswood Fan, Shen andoah Junction, announce the en,gagemen and forthcoming marriage of theix daugh,ter, Barbara Daw, o Mr. Harla 'Fuzzy" ,Haines, son of/Mr, end Mrs. Carl C. Haines, 814 'N. Reymann Streot, Ransom Walker is a graduate of Shephrdstown H,igh School, I 000E00OUSES i i RANSON, W. VA. ! i WILL BE CLOSED ! i .... AL L DAY ][ SUNDAY, MAY 12 I ............ E"y_ YY-_ 2 Personal Items i Sirs. Wil,liam Ohilds of Anchor- age, Alaska ,is visRivtg her ,mother, Mrs. Charles Gore at her ,home on Samuel reet. Mrs. Ohilds is ,the former Pt- ricia Gore. , New Arrival: Kelly /MarJe is the name of the newly arrived daughter, born to Mr. ad frs. Stephen Patrick O'Brien of Tuscawilda Hills, .Charles Town. She .was born Monday, April 29, in the Wi,nohester Memorial HospRl and weighed 5 lbs. 15 oz. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien also have a son, ,Michael age 5. Mrs. O' Brien is the former Miss Car- olyn Natalie Miller. LrFrLE LEAGUES TO HOLD BAKE SALE There wll be a dance, May 10, 1974 aCt Shenandoah Downs race Ctrack. ponsored by ,the Jefferson Little basebadi and pony league. Music 'by the Sya dioae of Sound. $5.00 a couple $4.00 stag tickets will be on sale rom members of *he lea- gue, .time rom 10-2. Mr., Mrs. Glen Magaha Celebrated Their 25th Wedding Anniversary Mr .and Mrs. Glenn Aiagaha, of Frederick Md. were honored on Sxmday .May 5h ,to celebrate their 25th Wedding Anniver- sary, t the home of Mr. and Airs. Francis agaha of Ranson wth a Curkey ,and ham dinner and all ,the ct.ri.mm. It was enjoyed ,by all. Te four t,ier cke ws baked by his sister rs. Jon Kackley of Berry- rifle. ,Many bem,iftfl -gifts, cards, money were xeeeived by the couple, from fiends and rela- ties. Folks coming from vrious pairts, Virginia, Maryland, Cal ifornia and West V, i rgiia. Mr. and .Mrs. Magha were unicted 'in marriage on May 19th 1949 in he Episcopal (Xhu,rch Leesburg, Va. They are the paren of wo children, Dar- lene and Ricky at home. Mrs. Magaha was the former Helen Hefflin of LeeSburg, Va. Miss :Brenda Littleton Betrothed To Mr. Smith MOUNTAIN HERITAGE REALTY FARMLAND -- 24 acres only 4 miles from Charles Town. Secluded location with good well. Perfect for racehorses. MISS BRENDA LITTLETON Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Littleton of Ranson announce the en- gagement of their daugMer, Brenda Kay to Mr. Glenn Dean Smith son of Mr. and Mrs. W, il liam R. Sith, Sr., Route 2, Harpers Ferry. .Brenda will be a 1974 'ad- uate of Jefferson High School She ,is planning to be a secre- CALL: 822-4070 ' Eve. 822-3395 or 822.3953 MOUNTAIN HERITAGE l-HR. Dry Cleu REALTY Write: 169 E. Main Street ROMNEY, WEST VIRGINIA GARY & JUDY'S Open 10 A. M. Until 9 P. M. W. WASHINGTON STREET -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. try. Mr. Smith wi,l also adtmle in 1974. ,He is presently em- ployed by Peoples Drug .Store. No definite date  been set for She vedding. Historical Society To Meet Saturday The Regular ,May meeting of the Jefferson Eouncty Histori- dal Society witl be held in ,the Civic Cencter in Charles Town, on Sa.turday, May 11th, act 2:30 P.M. Aiajor William Gavin, found er of ,the Old Rectory Civil War useu.m n Harpers Ferry, will talk on Collecting Civil War A.ifacts, with com- mertary on combaCt activity n Jefferson CounCy. The public is cordially in- vited to atctend. Opera House Casting ,May 9 For Children's Theatre Production Casting of "Light for e Caverns of Koschi", a Child- ren's Theatre production, wll ,be held at ,the Old Opera House "lheactre rWOrkshop, 204 N. GeO rge Street, on Thursday, ,May act 7:30 p. m. 'All Junior :High and Senior High students welcome. A minimum of five females and five male is need- ed, also backstage ,help such as lightmg, sound, props is open to students. Miss Deborah J. Gore Lt. Stephen Andrews To Have June Wedding .a Shepherdstown Chapter AAUW Will ,Meet Monday Shepherdstown Branch, Ame titan Association of UniversiCy Women, will meet Monday eve aing, ,May 13 ,act 7:30 p. m. act the ,home of Mrs. Michael Jos- ephs, Mrs. Homer Swann, esi deS, ana.nced oday. A style show etitled "Wo- man's Role ,in Falchions '' win be the program for ,the meet- ing, the last of ,the academic year. Leetown Pirates To Solicit Funds Saturady Members of the Leetown Pir aes Li,tfle League team, repre sentatives of e Potomac Lea- gue, wll he out in full force Saturday mornmg, soliciting donations cto ,help defray the cost of the operaions of their team. The team is being man- aged again by James (Jim) Locke. i KABLETOWN Mrs. Marlanna Smallwoed i Bible School Plans ae going ahead .to hold Vacaon Bibte School at the Kabletown United Metho- dist Church in June. This s sponsored by Central Charge. A meeting for teachers and helpers is scheduled for Aiay 16, a 7:00 in the above nm'ned Church. ,Melissa, young daugMer of 'Mr. and Mrs. DarryJ Glenn Hill was bagtized Sunday moriing during Worship Service by ,the Rev. Russ Whaley. Kim Kelly and ,Marsha And- ers are "volunteers from ,the local church to partieipete ,in She CROP Walk on May 19th. Revival Servtve The Rev. Russ Whaley ex- tends a hearty welcome Io all to participate in the love and fellowship of the Rev. Kvapil's Revival Service which begins May 19t,h through May 25th. The speakers will be Ran Ris- sler from Oakland and the Rev. Whaley. Miss Caroline Cloud of West Virginia Unvery, Morgan- town spen several days Shis past week th her parents Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud and er brother, James. On Sunday hey all visited relatives in Spring CRy, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Fattest E. Rib- sler of Penn Hills, Pa., me w a their home Rural Retreat for ,the summer. In ,/ne for malting garden. We ae glad that Airs. Rissler is doing fie following, major surgery ,this past winter. " Lunoheon guests of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Thursday were her race Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nodoff, Jr. and Sheir six hilctren of Pw Paw, Aichi gan. They were vistisg her nmther, Mrs. Freeda enaugh- ,ty of Winchester, Va. From Ka'blotown Shey visi, ted ,Mrs. Kable Johnson, Cbaxles Town, Mr. and rs. Grady Owens, Summi.t Point and Mr. Homer Kees, Gerrardstowa. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crlm Mr. Richard Crim of Pike- view Acres near Martinsburg visited on Saturday evening wRh his parents, Mr. and Airs. George Crim and with his grandmeth, Airs. Bonn W. Crim and her daugMer, Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire of Arlington, Va., were visit- ors on Sunday at the home of ,the farmer's parerS, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cheshire their daughters. Little ,Miss Nicole Nobrega and her brother, Dante AiHls, accompanied eir mother, Mrs. Mollie Nobrega of Aiartina burg and Mrs..Frank Smith of Charles Town, .to Winchester Va. on Friday cto attend the Apple Blossom parade. The Reverend Clarence Men ear of Turmelton, W. Va. was a visitor over the weekend at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and '.Mrs. AHen Glassford and their amily. Mr. Glassford, who had spent e weekend with his family, left on Sunday aternoon .to return to his employment at Gassaway W. Va. Mrs. John Aiaga'ha and .her infant daughter, Jermffer, of Ranson visited on Sunday atter Melvin Rifler, an employee noon with her parents, Ir. and of United States Steel Carper- Mrs. Wail.ace Snyder at West arian, Millville, has ,returned Shenstone. to work af, tera six weeks at- (Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Ot, t of business meeting followed the mitred there early send, Devotional proga'a and at it's morning for diagnosis com)tusion :the meeting was ad treatmem. jauvned. During the pleasanct Mrs. Jake Frye and her dl social haur which ollowed de- shier, Paeda, were v isit, nrs o licious refreshments were sere Sunday at the home of er lr ed by She ostess. eros, Mr. and Mxs. AubreY Mr. Nelson Jackson Sr. is a Jenldns. patienct n the Winchester Mere oriaJ Hospital, having been ad- AT'rEND CHUR_. m` - WARNING: -" i NOT responsible br carpets cha.ed any = other way Rent HOST |or dean carpets = No need to move furnitur(L = [ NEW carpet shampoo method diminates wet- ness, works great. Rent HOST -- $2.00. ---- J. Russell Fritts & Son, Inc - Dial 725-5511 -- Charles Town, W. Va. IIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll REMEMBER MOTHER Sunday fflay 12 ASSORTED CHOCOLATES l Ib ............ $2.35; MOTHER'S DAY GIFT 8 oz ............ 51"45 --n ueo00 r-- 00e00,ewr Billy Hough, Baketon, a for sts on Sunday at the me of mer resident of this commu-.the latter's parents, Mr. and MISS DEBORAH J. GORE nity when a young boy, stopped Mrs. Edward McKee. Also visit by Monday at noon. He has ing with the,McKeas on Sunday Announcemenct was made just returned from South Ame- evening were .their band,n-law C A N D | E S Ibis week by Col. and Mrs. Nca and bad many .interesting and dattghter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Gore of Fort Bragg, thlngs to relate concerning the Thomas Jackson and son 'Ricky N. C., of the engagement end countries here as well as con-of Middleway. Stuck & Alger Pharmacy Inc. forthcoming marriage of ,their cerning trips o Europe and United Methodist Women Meet t daughter, Deborah June to It. Asia. The United Methodist Wo- Stephen Andrews, son of Col. Mrs. Hugh Hoover and dau- men met on Wednesday even- West Washington SWeet and ,Mrs. William J. Andrews, ghter Lori of "The Rocks" irg, May 1st, at the home of of Fort Benjamin Harrison, spent Wednesday aRerneon a.t Mrs. John I.zycock with an Dial 725-2621 - Charles Town, W. Vs. Indianapolis, Indiana. " She home of :the farmer's sis- average attendance. A routine Lt. Andrews is currently ter, Irs..Billy Smith, Charles stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C.. Town. He is a grandson of Airs. Char Mrs. Edward A. Cockey of .O les C. Ahalt, of Sotth George Pureellvflle, Va. Ms been e 0 U T S T A N D 1 N G V A L U E S street, Charles Town. guest for several days of her An early June wedding is ,be iece, Mrs. Joseph G. Sardone, , I N ins planned. Cherrywood. '" DOWNTOWN CEARLES TOWN DANCE Charles Town American Legion / SATURDAY, MAY 11 -. (10 '$ 2) MUSIC BY c0uNr00Y sore,s (Members and Guests Only, 59977" P;;:Vto"S' ;:0 - 25% 0 F F msss .On Long Z Short Dresses n99 #/fit Q99  For a dashing  Br _ With Long & Short Sleeves  "  / lsnkngthisd ./ 9" tA .' Sizes 9 mos. to 24 mAci-3.A1]c, Sizes T-1 to T-4 {: Mother's Day see  i- ,W w, s0 % 0 FF 11 to 17" 4" to 7" Sizes 12 months to 14 / Cash Only.., No Layaways  HANDBAGS House RUBY'S Tots-To.Teens 4 00 8" 4" 8 oo 59 2  130 West Washington Street to to 2 to Dial 725-9528  Charles Town, W. Ca. iii