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June 9, 1966

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Wedding Postponed By THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 A--2 Pfc. Robert E. Boyd Is Stationed In Saigon Miss Margaret Vorous I Named To Honor Sodety Potomac State College Army Duty Is Now Set To Be Held June 19 After a year of waiting caused by the United States Army having priorty on her finance, and hav- ing sent him on a tour of over- seas duty, Miss Carole Ann Slon- aker of Martinsburg, has once set a date for her marriage to Wayne O. Whittington of Martinsburg, only this time it is Specialist Fourth Class Whittington instead WHOOP-IT-UP SAVINGS ON EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR PLAY AND SUN of Mr. Whittington as was the case a year ago. The wedding plans of Miss Slonaker and Mr. Whittington were all set a year ago when Mr. Whittington was shipped by the Army to Korea for a tour of duty there Now young Whittington, a resident of 511 Lee Place is back from Korea and an open church wedding has been planned for June 19 at 2 p. m. in St. Luke s Evangelical United Breth- ren Church at 719 New York Ave- / hue, Martinsburg. The Rev. How- PFC. ROBERT E. BOYD [ ard Fulk, pastor of the church, P. F. C. Robert E. Boyd,, son of will officiate and following the Mrs Emma Griffith, Tony s Trail MI~.~ MAnc.An~T VnWnTT~ ceremony a reception will be held er Park, Charles Town is now st ........ in the social room of the church ~.~ ~. ~..,, A~t~ ~+~i~oj lvziss ~argaret ~stetze vorous, .. ..... ~ .. ~,~a ~a~ ~,a tak a freshman at Potomac State Col- building. ~.= o .... ce u, -~v*-, ................... Miss Slonaker is the daughter ~,,- *,~ basic t,'~inin~ at Fort Gor zege, has oeen emcteu oy me ~ac- of }Mr. and Mrs. Howard Slonaker uon,':'s ,,~ua.- gtc.-" ":~oya~?" has- a lea" -ve ulty to membership, in Sigma Phi of 1511 Lee Place, Martinsburg: comin~ ~n Nov 1966 His address Omega. Miss Vorous was initmted - ~ %" - :" - -" ...... S into the Honor Society on May 6. Mi~,j~a-~r is F 1% t.; l~oDer~ .~. ~oyu, w . . , 5261"1175; HQ. SQ. 366th Tac. I~gt. Reqmrements included a 3.0 e' [~ rd W~'" APO S F 96321 over-all average for three grade I :lVnal ~'" " " " " periods and active participation in L,. #~ u p...'; m three campus activities, This is is Bride Mr. D An ,0 M|S$ ~]a|| rq'zpalrlCK one of the highest honors attain-|n ,,mWhl Rites I ed at the college. Margaret is the D^,.A|u.,~I I~,,~mA,a I~.e~. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. " chester ,, g'ilt,~"t~ClYt~'lUI liJ~lgC IIVIII Vorous of Middleway. Miss Faye Crawford, daughter Madison C01 e, May 29 IChrist, St Thomas Pa. of Mrs. Hilda Crawford and the late Daniel L. Crawford of Hall- " " The Rev. Harry F. Day, assisted town, became the bride of Pfc. Gall Page Fitzpatrick, daughter l by the Rev. Janet W. Ray, per-Charles William D'Angelo, Jr., of Mr. and Mrs Edwin A. Fitz- I formed the 2 p. m. ceremonies, son of,Mr, and Mrs. Charles Will- patrick of 627 Jefferson Ave., was I The bride wore a white satin iam D Angelo, Sr., of Millville on among the 323 students to receive I gown with train, a veil of white Thursday evening, May 19, at 8:00 degrees during commencement ex:tulle and carried a bouquet of in the First Baptist Church, Win- GIRLSw GAY 2-PC. JAMAICA SHORT SETS ..,el.47 Reg. 1.99 Save 26%l Sleeveless shirts and matching Jamaica shorts in washable cotton prints, plaids and solid col- ors. The belt is rever- sible. Sizes 7 to 14. LADLES' COTTON BATISTE SLEEP SHIFTS AND BABY DOLL PAJAMAS sale 1.5 7,,. 1.99 Save 21%! Sleep cool in breeze-weight cotton batiste. Choose charming shifts or baby dolls ercises at Madison College in white orchids and ivy. chester, Virginia. boxer waist model. As- .Harrisonburg, Va:, on May 29. Maid of honor was Miss Carolyn The double ring ceremony Was Miss Fitzpatrick was awarded a, Meyers, of Martinsburg, W. Va., performed by the Rev. E. T. Clark sorted solids, 3-7. BS degree in elementary educat-lwith Miss Doris Mackey, of Car- in the presence of their immedi- ion. While at Madison, she was a I lisle, a cousin of the bride, sere. ate families. feature editor and assistant edi- in a bridesmaid The bride wore a white street g S for for the college yearbook, the nph.r.h ~Ji...a.. ~.a r.~.,~, length dress of chiffon over satin --" s- was a mem ' ................... ~ "" .... Bluestone Also, ne ~. " Dice were flower girl and ring ber of the Recreatmn Council and ..... ,.. +,..~ ..... ~... with long sleeves. She wore a ....... a" s .. ~ b~,~ ~v~ ~. ...... ~ .... small crown with a white circular me ~gma l~appa soc~ z oror~ty, r~,,~ ~.,,+ .... r e,~o~.~ veil and matching accessories. A Miss Fitzpatrick was a 1962 To~vn.%~V~."~ed as bent'manwhite orchid completed her out graduate of Charles Town Senior ; -. _" ?7" fit. Ior hiS orotner. H~gh School, and was also gradu- TT~horinct fho woddin~ ~.~f~ After the ceremony, the bride ated from Marion College (jr.), ~jor~--~'~]~i.~~ ~"~t",'~'r'~,o~."~ and groom left for a wedding trip in Marion, Virginia, in 1964 where J~er~elev'~rin~s.V~:~.-~nni"ethrough Virginia. she was active in the Student Gov ...... ~-" ~--'~*+:'~ ~'n-~ R"- . . Mtt~zu~mx, ~z ~,~., a u ~a" Mrs. D'Angelo, .a graduate of ernment and Ed~tor-m-chmf of ...... . ~.~.,_.._ ~--^+~--- ^~ Harpers Ferry High School, at- the yearbook... , thum~'~'~n~,.,,~. ~.~.,,~ ..... u ....... ' tended Shepherd College and is She has accepted a posmon: a .....+~ ...... ~.~a oo c+ now employed by Halltown Paper w:ththediF~ed~ri;:r Cfhu:tY~9(::6)7 Thomas CXmun[tyCenter ~ollowboard Company. ~.~..~ ~ ~.,. inK the ceremony. ~ Mr. D'Angelo, alse a graduate s ........... .. The couple will reside in Char-1 of Harpers Ferry H~h ~School i~ [I '' les TOwn. " now serving ~:~l~e~U~ S. A~r~. Miss Esl n Bride I The bride is a graduate of St. and is station~ed'i~ Pafihma. ?tn ~Thomas High School and Shep- Mrs. D'Angelb' plans' to reside ~s ~*h~me |udFm~ herd College, Shepherdstown, and with" her mother unUl her hus- n,ul, ~,lml a~ LIUIIIIIMII |will begin teaching school in Sep band's return. tember. The bridegroom is a graduate Announce Engagement In St. Thomas Rites of Berkeley Springs High and Miss Jeanne Louise Eshelman, Shepherd College and will also daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- begin teaching in September. mond C. Eshelman, of Rt. 1, and Mr. Cl~arles Edward Lutman, son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb, of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Raymond B. Lut- Mrs~ Rosie Ault and Miss Aria man. of Berkeley Springs, W. Va., Webb, of Ellicott City, Md., spent were united in marriage, May 29, Wednesday with Mrs. Webb's sis- at Trinity United Church of ter, Mrs. Lewis Sager. Miss Ruthada Breeden To Mr. Neale W. Kees Mr. and Mrs. Harry Worth Breeden, Gerrardstown, announce the engagement of their daughter, ............. Ruthada Bernice to Mr. Neale Wallace Kees, son of Mr. and Lown. _ :~."t~''v~'v#4tf''~L~'~'~g''t24~'~v'~" Mrs. George Ben Crim, Gerrards- .R ~: Miss Breeden is a 1965 grad. i A TIiOU TO REMEMBER uate of Musselman High School ...... Mr. Kees attended Musselman ~ . ~'~.'e:,,',~.'g.T,;,'~5"f,~:~,cifl~*~.)~',,~..~."e~ High School, served two years .... , in the U. S. Army and is now BY CHARLES $. W. SMITH employed at Firestone in Martins burg. Piece and peace. Two simple words. They sound alike. They're spelled dtfferentll~ have different meaning. Consider for example, "piore of mind,, as it is commonly used and '~aeaee of miml" as it too is commonly understood. "Piece of mind" is common. "Peace of mind" is all too uncommon. Telling some one off with a "piece of mind" is one thing. Possess- Lug "peace of mind" is differeut. A "piece of mind" even at its best provides only a TEMPORARY feeling of satisfaetiom. Once attained, "peace of mind" ean be maintained.- it gives PF.~MANENT saris- faction. Wouldn't it be a wmMerful world ff people would practiee less "pleee of mind" and possess more "peace of CHARLES $. W. SMITH -- SMITH MEMORIA~ FUNERAL HOME CHARI~S TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA The wedding will take place at the Church of Holy Spirit Point, on aturdk June 11, at 2:30 p. m. olin Church wed- ding is planned. K vkes embly Church Harpers Perry Assembly of God Church, Har- pers Ferrg, W. Va. Pastor Rev. Arnold D. Hoffman, Sunday SChool 10:00 A. M. Morning Wor- ship 11:00 A. M. Sunday eveningS: evangelistic servi at 7:30 P. M.; Wednesday nights Bible study. Everyone welcome to attend. GIRLS' IMPORTED SLEEVELESS SHIRTS sale Reg. Sl Save 23%! Shirts to match your new sum- mer casuals in solids or bright prints. Three collar styles. Pastel prints, white, "blue, pihk, yellow. 7-14. with scoop or square necks, many with embroi- dery and lace trims. Rosebud or pin-dot prints, solids, in pink, blue or maize S-M-L. t BOYS' WOVEN GINGHAM PLAID LADLES' COTTON LADLES' JAMAICA POPOVERS FOR SHORTS IN HAPPY SPORT SHIRTS SUNNY CHIC PASTEL TONES sale Reg. $1 Save 23%t A fashion to flip over! Cool, standaway blouses in crisp cottons, trimmed with rick-rack braiding or ruffled smocking. White, pink or blue. Small, medium, large. BIG 'N LI'L SIS TIE SHOULDER PLAYSUITS sale Reg. $1 Save 23c! Elastic waist,legs and trimmed top cotton playsuit that's complete I y wash- able! Prints, stripes, solids. 7;12, 3-6x. SHOP 'TIL 9:00 P. M. Friday - Saturday ALWAYS Free Parking For Customers sale Reff, $1 Save 23%! Buy a sum- merful of shorts! 8- ounce cotton denims, cotton shantungs and sharkskins. These well- tailored Jamaicas come in gay pastel tones. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. 1.67 Save 42c! Many wonderful fab- rics: "Madras" looks and light plaids plus ginghams. Regular collar style. 100% cotton plaids in sizes'B to 16. SPIR The ten hsses, be( lay 8. The Phittingto~ lark Daile GIRLS' SLEEKLY ee J. Will TAILORED COTTON I JAMAICA SHORTS .,e77~ Save 23%! A great as- sortment in washable cotton denims, wash- LA baby [ and-wear cotton chi- ~rs. Edwa nos, shantungs, seer- ~v. Va., on suckers, plaids. Back LA baby t ~rs. Robe pockets. Zingy colors, fe rdstown, / ~Mrs. Na( ~own. Mr. Chaz ~erry, Rot Mr. Wil ~own. Little H, pakerton. L Little S ~eysville, | Miss Pat Iille Md. kMiss D, ~own. LADLES' HALF SLIP WITH SHADOW PANEL sale Re. 1 Save 23% half slip . ~L6N'~ hem of cha,, let embro~del)LLS .shadow panel forEw And ang under sum~HiTE, sheers. Sanfori~eELS White. Small, mcdi~ " large. *max. shrink. I~ GIRLS' COTTON [ SUN-SATIONAL BABY DOLL I TODDLER GIRLS' BEACH SHIFTS PAJAMAS [ COTTON IN WILD COLOR Sale 1.50 [ SUNSUITS.. ,.,e 2o44 Save25ctThreestylesl | Reo. Sf Sore 55C! Choose A- lines, emp!res, in fab- Floral print with lace and eye|eL trim, candy | Save 23c! Elasticized .ulous prints, vivid stripe style withpatch | waist tie string shoul- colors. Crisp, carefree pockets, or rosebud | ders, elastic leg open- cotton. |Lemon combi- print. Pink, blue or i inK. SeerSucker, poplin nations, nayy, blue, | or broadcloth Pink, pink, olive. Sizes small, maize cotton. 4-14. L:blue:,7?ize'- Sizes..1-3. medium and large,