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New Offi Town Junior Woman's Club in Candlelight Ceremony at Ferry Hill of South Samuel g~rce~ who ha.~ been a surgical patient in t'he Win Miss Timbrook Becomq chester Memorial Hospital for a week or so is recovering in a saris factory manner and expects ,to re turn to his home here the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smoot Sr. of Clarksburg spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smoot a,nd two children. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman son Bobby and daughter Donna Jean of Washington, D. C. spent Tuesday night in Charles Town where they attended the graduat- ion of their nephew and cousin Gle,nn Whittington. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Sr. of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Turner and Vicki Ly- nn and Tresa of East Washington Street, Charles Town spent the weekend in Fayettes~ille, N. C. with friends I Miss Lillian Tu.mblin of Balti- more, Md. visited Mrs. Adam Mr. Isherwood In Hi Bride Of Ferry Church Miss Nikki Yvonne Timberbrook daughter of Mz'. and Mrs. Harry Crock of Bolivar, became the bride of Mr. Raymond William Isherwood ,son of ~[r. and Mrs. R. W. Isherwood of Suitla,nd, Md. in Camp Hill Methodist Church in Harpers Ferry Monday evening,, at 7 p. m. The Rev. William Miller performed the ceremony. The bride wore a floor length white organdy gown with shoulder lengt,h veil and she carried a boa quet of white baby 'asters and baby's breath. Miss Mary C. Adams of Farm- ville, Va. was maid of honor and she wore white with salmon ac- cessories. ories. Both the mother of the bride and grcom wore blue with while accessories. The brlde.~maids were Misses Donna May Logston and Normal Prai,n Tuesday and Wednesday of Az'nold of Romney and Miss Betty herd College and the groom was last week, here to attend the grad Dallas of Shepherdstown. They graduated from Shepherd in uation of her brother Buddy Turn wore white with salmon access- meneement, exerci.,es"o, 'Monday. corn blin from Charles Town High ~ School. Barry Smith, a student at Mor. town Episcopal Parish will con_ !1 I tM tB gantown University, Morgantown. duct his fir.~t service as such in If Real us e W. Va. returned home last Wed- Shepherdstown, June 14, it was nesday to spend a few days with announced today. He has been ser I[1 Heart Is S~b]ect his parents Mr. and Mrs. John A. ring as deacon-in-charge, filling Smith, Jefferson Ave. On Mc,nday Barry left for Kooskia, Idaho a vaca.ncy caused by resignation . .jlPresh- erlan Sermon where he will visit with his bro- of the Reverend T. K. Evans who BesL man to Mr Isherwood was Mike Dallas of Shepherdstown and the u~hers were: Sam Glaize and Tim Brook of Charles Town and John Abernathy of Washing- to,n, D. C. The ring bearer was Ronnie Werkman of Harpers Ferry and I the flower gizl was Diane Crock, a sister of the bride. Following the ceremony a re- ception was held in the social hall of the church and after the rccep lion t;he couple left on a wedding trip. The bride is a senior at Shep- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rA, r,,r. z ADVOCATE E'-4, 1059 6--A THURSDAY, JUN Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Morrow Honored On Their 50th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Morrow of Shep~herdstown, celebrated their Oolden Wedding Anniversary at the home of their daughter and son-in-taw Mr. and Mr,~. Charles W. Busey of Kearneysville, last Su,nday. May 31. The couple were marrie~ ill ject Mr. McDonald stated .that ~t~he Prophets, Christ and the Apostles have had a great deal to do abou~t t'his and that their words are ap- preciable to us today. Sunday School for all :age groups will be at 9:45 A. M.; Wor ship Service at 11:00 A. M. New members will be welcomed and there will be a service of dedicat- ion for Vacation Church Schoo,1 teachers and leaders at the ll:00 !A. M. Service. A nursery is provided for little children durin~ the worship ser- vi co. The pubiic is cordially invited. GLEANERS SUNDAY SCHOOL Shepherds:town on June 2, and have resided in t,ha,t since. Mrs. Morrow is t~he Louise Lickl.ider, d late E. T. Licklider ginia Licklider of Sheph' Mr. Morrow is the son oJ R. W. Morrow and Lily Iv Charles Town He is pres~ ring as deputy assessor 1 herdstown District. FOUl" Ctnlorerl were sol marriage, all l,iving. Mary Eli~be't,h Busey neysvllle; R. W. Morrow Oakland, Md.; Edward M Morrow of Berkeley C~ Hem'y W. Morrow, of town and Charles Town. ple have eigh~ grandchil one great grandchild, s All the children gran~ and the great grandchild sen,t lor the observance. Friends called at the their daughter, Mrs. Bu~' three to five Sunday and from seven until nine mght. In additm,n the c I ther, Mr. John M. Smith. has gone to St,. Peter's Church in CLASS TO MEET TUESDAY ceived a host of " The hi htll hts " Mr. and Mrs W B. Stuck spent . g g . of the droner IAnders, corresponding secretary;,] District. the past weekend in Morgantown Huntington. In continuing his series of ser- The ~1 ~- messages from persons _ t~ eane s Sunday School be present personally. 4-It Club-'M~'~n'g--'-'- moas on "Tragic Misconcephions Class of the Charles Town Meth- in attendance from N meeting of the Charles Town Jan IMrs. Garland Snyder, treasurer' I The outstanding new member land Grafton. While in Morgan- of Chrlstianits,", the Rev. Carlyle odist Church will meet at the Pc,, Md., and Va. in m1 l~or Woman's, ~ Club held Wednes- ~lV[rs,. W.Hlard Martin, publ~cit'y of the club Mrs.. Norman KAsner, town they attended the college, of The Busy Bees 4-H Club will A. McDonald, Mi.nister of the Pros County Farm on the Leetown local friends of t~he fami Y day evening, May 20 atPerry Hill[cha2rman; Mrs. Dillow insta~linglwas P~.resented an award and Mrs./ Pharmacy Alumni Banluet. meet 'at 8:00 o'clock DST cxn Mon byterian Church, stated :that the Road, Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. ] ' [ ~uy TucKer was presenten a sire[ Mr and ,Mrs. Howard Shreck ~ear S, hepherd~town, was the in- officer', Mrs. Guy "D~eker re-elec- . . ' ~ , day evenlng, June &th a:t ,the home topic i or Sunday, June 7, would m. for Vesper IS e ~vi C e~ WATCH NEXT WEEK &tall'alton of newly elected officers /t - ....... " " ]Har- awazd for be.,ng the club s/and Mr. Frank Carper were in Ar- ,, - -~,~.~ ,-~ , ...... ...... ~ I ea presmen~; m_rs. Duaoy ~moo~lmos~ outstanding member. Mrs. lington Va to visit their brother of Deborah Cheshire. All mem- be "If Real, It Mu~t Be In The OUNC ~onye't~[al~eul~Inr~ ~i~wa~r(~'~il~ow~. ]Jr., .vice preside,u~; Mrs. ArchieITucker presented the award to/Raymond Carper who is a pat-~bers are urged to be present. Heart". In announcing this sub- $-TTEN--D ~NDA~ FO~nS'4SltS" ANI ,as.~e~n" '-- .-.,~, . 7" ~,,_ . _ .... :L" /~mivn, recoraing secretary. Iffch's Kisner and Mrs.. Barker [entmi " the Arll ngton Ge e alH ,n r os i Y---------- m~----- ~ ~ .......... ~ n ca:~on ~or me program was/,mace the presentatlon to Mrs '~t~runsourg in charge oz ~ne eer ~-iw- *- ................ " . . ~ ' .-/pital IM vn uy -,vlr:~. wlnla'm t'kllfle. /TucKer. , 1 Fo/'" ............. | The tables were decorated with ] Mrs. Joseph Staley chairman of' ttse~rti~e*ew~er~mn~ ~her~eU~:~t~ ]Spring flowers. A corsage was ],the installation committee pres-} Mr. Adams Honored t CHARLES TOWN, W. VA | fWTr~Ick freight rose sharply dur- ~, Charles Brown of Shenandoah [~ranl~lin 'daughter Debbie aM of ng Decemoer. __ I_ . ~. . I Rippon Mr. and 'Mrs. Ernes~ A. ~- "------- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~l'~ | ~ I Jlnction, returning to ~alti'more, [ Clipp ~VIr and Mrs John B CliDp _~1~i 'Fhe SPIRIT-ADVOCAT~ | L [I ~ ~ |~ ~ L ~ ~Md. Wednesday night. [and sons :I~h,.nnie ,and Stevie, Jef- ----:~----- I Mrs. Dearing MacKay and Miss I,ferson Avenue, Mr. and Ml's. Pal- I' [ ~r----,,~,,,~,,~,~,,,~,v,~.~-~ ~,~e,,~,~m,e-~m~e,~,~,~p,~ Lucy Rodeffer of Washington mer Boyd, Charles Town, Mr. and "~ IflNAL CLEARANCE Mrs Edna Smith well known spent the holiday with their"sis-!,M~:s. W~!lliam Sakemanand dau- ,. _. _ ,^^_. ~__, .....:~ ...... ~er and brother-in-law Mr and [ gn~er ~zane oi marunsourg. ,.~,,~.~A.~'~]['~" ,o~, ~mp~vyee o~ ~ne :/vle~wn T. Mrs. John A. Smith Jefferson Ave [ For refreshmen~ts Mrs. Adams 1 I [[ Strider Company ~.n Charles Town hue. I served birthday Cake, trimmed in 1 cr is spending a ,part of her vacation Mrs ................. I ~hi.te ye'llow, green decorated -* , . . . . -.nzauetll Wllley OI ~ilver ' " ' - t;h~s week vmstmg her sister m AI .................. I cup cakes ~ce cream ,punch po- " ~.mpz'IZlg, ~. 5pcn~ ~ne nOllOay . ' ' ', A exandrla Va ..................... [tato chips, candy, mixed nuts Mr , ' " wc~**u wl~n miss t)anas l-~usseu Adams received several nice ~ifts I. .. Robin and . Mitchell Moore and iMr Roger Rissler " .~ " . - . s.~." =reamer son oz Mr and Mrs C .. ' . _ . ' ... . i r~veryone spent a mos~ enjoyaoie --. - - - . . __. :" - Mr. ana Mrs. nowaz'a ~zinicman evening L ~ rcooert ~;reamer, Jr. oz winches- visited at the home of Mr. Earl~ '~ . ter, Va. are spending the monthL-'ck-t .......... l_ u ~ ~ ano ~ar ano ,Mrs ~'lOya ' ~-~ :of June visiting their grandpar ......... " ' ' " I Shepherdstown Rector u i " wnc ~arpers ~'erry. .. ' T ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ap- Rt'ckie Riley son of Mr and ITO Have First Serwce ] I pell on South Church Street Mr 1--- and 'Mr~ Creamer are 'leaving N" Mrs. Richard Riley of South Geol0n Sunday, June 13th [~ ]v "rh,,~n~, ,,~, ~ ~ c ,~..,,~:~' rge Street is a patient in the Win! : --L S'tate's"'fo"r~ a"tour o~ ~t~ngl'anCc[u chester Memorial Hospital, Win-I The Reverend Douglas S F0n- France and Sweden 'chester, Va where he will undergo [taine 28 graduated las% mon,th ! 'CENTER The c. w. Moore family spent ~:~oc~1 operation Thursday for~fi.om'Vir~Lnia Theolo~ricai: St,i- Sunday and IMonday with Mrs " | nary in Alexand~a, Va. and who SPRING ('OATS I ~ex D.ocCkOeVeyh lan Ba~ttimrOeli%rMe~ an~b~,Irs.Ri~d~2ergerR~[i~lfe~Mr: l ibnec:ebrt~arYoraCo~eI~e;~d~~ : SUITS, DRESSES [ from a month's vlsi~ with her dau ......... -- I/~ P]:~|t'a~-~ [ ghter Mrs. Glen~n Newman of l~ * aa " ~" &l . ~#t ~' . /Z --*~*'~*-~ Whittier Calif V ' " " ~: rid I T T 0 / Mr and Mrs Junior Wagner rive M, y : z.ror. I 2~ la la /D " " .. " ~ ' i: ~ , : [and family of Charles Town msl- b .... ,. . TI"Tf~I'T T ~ T'I&TI"N ted on Sunday with Mr and ,Mrs l:~y l~LJ(Jll~l~J~, '1"~., 'Austin Mater, Harpers Ferry. ' #; t:l 13Vz W. Boscawen S,. [ Miss IAllian Tumblin and Mr. "'~ L 2nd Floor Ted Malamed of B'altimore visited ' %V;n,.h~,~.,. v;~,.:..:- with her father Mr Cleveland ............ ,~-, ----t~--a . / Tumblin at the home of her sister ~,,~~~ and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Cost Estimates on Paint end Wallpaper. Samples of Paper Mailed to You. Advice on Your Decorating Problems. Call Charles Town, W. Vs., ~8~,---Ask for Mr. Lennon Write to 121 N. Charles Street, Charles Town, W. Va. AS LOW AS THIS INCLUDES Distribution, Excise Tax, Hand- ling Charges, New Car Preparation. PLUS Torsion Air-Ride, Total Contact Brakes, Electric Windshield Wipers, Safety Rim Wheels, Automatic Choke, Luster Bond Enamel, Oriflow Shock Absorbers, Dual H.rns, Directional Signals, Body Side Molding, Safety Glass Windows, Self Tightening Wheel Lugs. See C. F. in Charge of Sales ---AT--- PHONE 404 LL' CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BELL RINGER WORKERS---Pictured above are members of the reception committee and some of the many workers who participated in the Bell Ringers drive staged May 25 in Charles Town, Ranson, Leetown and Summit Point for and by the Jefferson County Asso- ciation for Mental Health. They are, from left to right:--Mrs. Frank Humston. Mrs. A. B. Cash, Mrs. Normaa Kisner, Mrs. Brown L. Rissler, Mrs. S. H. Stone, Rev. Richard Neal. president of the Asso- c'ation: Mrs. H. H. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, andMrs, i Jack Getzendanner. Seated left to right:--:Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Mrs. Hugh Via. Mrs. Willard Martin and Mrs. Guy Tucker. The table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of spring flowers around & large gold bell Refreshments consisted of cupcakes, cookies, coffee ~nd punch, Approximately forty workers attended the reception. A total of 71 "Bell Ringers" par ttcipated in the firs.t house-to- house campaign ever staged in Jefferson County for ~the cause of Merrtal Health funds Monday ev cuing, May 25 and their efforts :netted a total of $442 i,n the some two hours they were out working, it was reported this week. The campaign was opened 'wi.th :the ringing of church bells and the tapping of fire bells wt 7 p. m. and then the army of workers: i started out. {Mrs. Willard Martin, co-char- man of the Mental Heal.th cam- patgn along with Charles W. Smith sa, id. this week checks are still being received and she saidI :both ~he and Mr. Smith wish ,to tha,nk the following organizations and workers for making the "Bell l%lnger" campaign asucce~s: W. M. U. of l~apt:lst Chur0h, Mrs. Phil Perks, Jr., Mrs. Harold Chain blin, Mrs. Raymond C~,m; Char- les Town Jan.lot Woman's Chxb, Mrs. RObert Willis, Mrs. Garland Snyder, Mrs. l~obert Turner, Mrs. Donald $mi,tfi and Mrs. Donald Oline; Jefferson County Jaycee- et, tes, IMrs. Glenn Magaha. Mrs. Donald Noland and ~V~rs. William Anders; Kiwanis, ~Mr. Joseph Sta- ley, Mr. Al Nerhood, Mr. Harold Kisner, Mr. John McCord, Mr. Leo Widmyer, Mr. Joe Smelt'h, Mr. P, Aehard Brockman; Lions, Mr. RObert Willis, Mr. Bern,ard Burr, Mr. Hugh Via, Mr. Willard Mar- tin, Mr. Manning Sml~Vh; Jeffer- son Copnty Jaycees, Alan Kibler, Mr. Robert Stone, Mr. Roger Perry, Mr, Richard Hart, Mr. Coo rad Hammann, Mr. Wllliam An- ders, American Legion AuXiliary, Mrs. Jack Getzendanner, Mrs. Claire R, issler, Mrs. l~ay Smith, Mrs. Richard Snyder; Senior Wo- man's Club, Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Mrs. Charles SanlTh, Mrs. William League, Jr., Mrs. John Skirtner.; Baptist Brotherenood, ~Mr. Dimple Robinson, Mr. Sam ~t~er; Cl,tizens Fire Co,, Harry Blacl~ford. Wil- liam Nichols, IAn, wood Swartz; Ln dependent Fire Co., Mr. Wayne Small wood, Mr. Elmo Unger, Mr. Lee Ramsbur~, Mr. R. L. Henry, Mr. Locke Wysong, Mr. Maiming Kelley: Ranson Cardet~tes, Mrs. Louise Magaha, Mrs. Dorcas Hor- net, ~Mrs. Katherine Beahm, Mrs. Mary Anders; Key Club Bobby W'hart~n, Billy N~al, Jlrrrmy .Eber- sole; Indlvdiuals, Mrs. Fred Byrer Mrs. Joseph VJarl'en,fOlt~, Mrs. Paul ~.ilt~'l, Mrsi Wlills ~htnnan, :Mr. Jack Oetzendanner; Le0town, Mrs. Warren Collls, Mrs. Marion Blue; Summit Point, Nora Ellen Cheshire, Joanne Lemen, Mary Shull, Molly Glassford, Pa:tsy Da- vis, Mary Cheshire. Y fll) VN TO NEY'g NUV