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June 9, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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Mr. Nohnd In MRS. DONALD NEILL NOLAND Miss Patricia Ann COulter, dan-] The groom-'-s attendants were ghter of Mr .and Mrs. Charles H. [John E. Merchant, a cousin, as Coulter, Fourth Avenue, Ranson, ] best man and Daniel L. Noland a was lovely as a June bride Friday ] brother, was the ring bearer. June 3, when she exchanged wed- ] Following the ceremony a re- cling vows with Mr. Donald Neill]ception was held in the Episcopal Noland, son of Mr. and Mrs. t Parish House and following the Donald S. Noland, of 530 Brooke]reception the couple left on a street, Charles Town. [wedding trip to Ocean City, Md. Charm and' dignity marked the]For traveling the bride wore an lovely double ring ceremony per-[Aqua nylon dress and a white formed in Zion Episcopal Church [ orchid from her wedding corsage. in Charles Town at 2:30 p. m. by]On returning from their honey- the Rev. Allen Bartlett, rector,[moon they will reside on Fourth befor an alter decorated with [Avenue in Ranson. white gladiolus, t The bride is a graduate of -The traditional wedding num-t Charles Town High School and bers were played on the church]she attended Shepherd College. organ by Mr. William J. Skeet, of [ She is employed as office secre- Hagerstown, Md. [tary at the Charles Town detach- The bride, given in marriage]ment of the West Virginia State by her father, wore a lovely long l Police. white satin gown and her maid[ The groom, a graduate of Char- of honor, Miss Barbara Coulter, a[les Town High School, is a stu- sister, wore a long green satin[ dent at Shepherd College. gown. Little Fayles Kisner, a cou-i Out-of,town guests for the wed- sin of the groom, was the flower [ ding came from New York, Calif- girl and she wore a long green[ornia, Maryland and Virginia. satin dress. [ Thursday evening, June 2, the The bride's mother wore a pink[ bridal party was entertained at corded silk dress with a white [ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Preston orchid corsage and the groom s [ Merchant, Charles Town. And the mother wore a blue crepe and]week preceding the wedding, ,the lace dress with a white orchid[ bride was honored at a number of corsage. J bridal showers. Miss Ruby Louise Dodson Engagement Announced To Mr. Roland Stover MISS RUBY DODSON Mrs. Marvin Dodson, announces the engagement of her daughter, Ruby Louise, to Ronald Lee Stover, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Stover, Washington, D. C. Miss Dodson is a graduate of the Charles Town Senior High School and is currently employed by Lore'Lyn Manufacturing Co., Ranson, W. Va. Mr. Stover is a graduate of Anacostia High Sc iool, Washing- ton, D. C. He is e ployed by the Federal Government in Washing- ton, D. C. A July wedding had been plan- ned but since the prospective bridegroom will be leaving for military duty June 20 it has been postponed to a later date. Henry C. McCormick, S. N. has returned to the U. S. S. Franklin D. Roosevelt Aircraft carrier at Mayport, Florida, after spending a fifteen-day leave with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay McCor- mick. Miss Simpson Is Bride Mr. Gerald Anders In Winchester NupHals Miss Mildred Simpson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simp- son, of Portsmouth, Va., bocame the bride of Mr. Gerald M. And- era, Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Anders of Halltown, Wednesday evening, June 1, at 7:30 p, m. in a quiet ceremony in the Presby- terian Church in Winchester, Va. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Raymond Wolnerdorf, pastor. Miss Simpson is a graduate of Portsmouth High School and Richmond Memorial Hospital Training School, Richmond, Va. Mr. Anders a graduate of Charles Town High School and Shepherd College, is a student at Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Va. Those attending the wedding were M. Bill Hine, Waynesboro, Pa.; Mrs. Howard Smith and son, Middletown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hough, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Anders will spend the Summer months at Capon Bridge, where Gerald is ingaged in Summer field Work and. in September they will return to Richmond where he will resume his Ftudies at the Seminary. Miss Cheryl J. Grapes Graduated From W' Va. College Beauty Culture MISS CHERYL JEAN GRAPES Miss Cheryl Jean Grapes, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Grapes of Charles Town, R. F. D. 2, was graduated from the West Virginia College of Beauty Cul- ture in Martinsburg, on Wednes- day June 8. 1966. Engagement Amounced Miss Grap, s was a uate of Charles Town High SchooI Of Miss Mary K. Ott Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe and To Mr. Donald Paine MISS MARY K. OTT Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ott, Har- pers Ferry, announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Mary K., to Donald E. Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payne. Miss Ott is a graduate of Har- pers Ferry High School and is emplpyed in the office of the Charles Town Water Department. Mr. Payne attended Hedgesville High School, served in the U. S. Army and is employed by Com- munity Auto Parts, Martinslmrg. The Gleaners Sunday School Class of the Asbury Methodist Church, will meet at the home of Mrs. Richard Adams on Tuesday, June 14 at 8:00 P. M. -_ ......... ===================== Monday- Tuesday. Wednesday ---ONLY--- iitJIn 111111 (Experienced Opm'aters Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Va. family, Mr. and Mrs. James Ahalt and son, Mrs. Bonnie Owens were Memorial Day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bar ron and granddaughter Hope Mc- Kinney, Ranson. They all enjoyed a barbecue in the back yard. Mrs. Anna Alshire, Florida, visited" last Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ott, Rans0n. Rev. Cyrill Hoover, Hagerstown Maryland visited on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Appell. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Benethum, Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. Cora How- ard and Mrs. Luther Howard, Damascus, Md. spent the week end with Mrs. Clayton Haines, Mt: Parvo Ave. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs How- ard Barren, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe and family, Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. James Ahalt and son, Parkview Trailer Court, Mrs. Ben nie Owens and daughter, Alex. ander, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chandler, and son Manassas, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Artie Frye and daughter Hope of Inwood, enjoy- ed a picnic outing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritts and family, Manassas. It had been quite a while since Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barren and their six dau- ghters and family had all been together. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bayles of Ranson, celebrated their second wedding anniversary, on June 5. Mrs. Leeds K. Riely who has been a medical patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Menden. hall and son Gregg have returned to their home in Milton, Indiana, after spending sometime with her grandmother, Mrs. Jessie Appell, Jefferson Avenue. While here they visited friends and family in Wierton, W. Va. Winchester Va. and Washington, D. C. Mrs. Mendenhall is the former Susan Acosta. Miss Marlene Kisner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kisner return ed to Houston, Texas Tuesday, following a weeks visit with her perents, relatives and friends in the Charles Town and Washing- ton Area. Marlene is an airline stewardess with the Delta Airline and is stationed in Houston, Texas Miss Susan Porterfied, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Porterfield, 709 South Samuel Street, Charles Town, was award ed the Mathematics Medal during Graduation Exercises, Sunday, May 29th, at Penn Hall Preparat. ory School, Chambersburg, Pa. The Metal is awarded for the greatest contribution by a student to the course and highest over.nil excellence. The Spffii -Advodate M New Briti Hole Oceanographic Institution in SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Massachusetts, and has participat- ed in worldwide scientific expedi-w?HURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 . tions aboard the Atlantis It, and ice island, Arlis It. Miss Rebecca Exchatlg Following the wedding h'ip, the couple will live in Falmouth, Massachusetts. With Mr. Cook In Miss Carolyn Urquhart Graduated June 6 From Westhampton College Announcement was made this week by Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows, ttarpers Ferry of the m~rria~e of Miss Rebecca Fritts, b) Mr. Stanley Cook of Berryville, Va. the son of Mrs. Matilda Cook and the late Mr. Cook. The cere- mony was performed Saturday, May 7, at ll a.m. in the Berry- ville Memorial Methodist Church by the Rev. N. W. Cook, pastor. The bride wore a street-length dress of white lace trimmed in pink with white accessories, and carried a bouquet of white car- nations. Mrs. Meadows, Guardian of the bride, wore a white knit suit with a corsage of pink and white carnations. Mrs. Matilda Cook Henson, mother of the groom, wore a pink dress with corsage of pink and white car- nations for the ceremony. A reception was given the bride and groom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows in Harpers Ferry following the ceremony. The bride wore a two-piece brown suit for their wedding trip. They are presently residing near Miss Elizabeth Crane Graduates From Linden Hall Girls' School I )R SALE: liler, 52x~ ntact John Ute 2, Har: 9-14. SALE: Telepll SALE: stree after 5: L. Cru 9-1-t-pd trailer child call 9-24-pd SALE: MISS CAROLYN URQUHART Berryville, Virginia. Miss Carolyn Sue Urquhart, Miss Fritts was a graduate of daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Russell Harpers Ferry High School and MISS ELIZABETH SALE: J. Urquhart of Charles Town was is presently employed by Double- On June 6, Miss Elizabeth C~btible, go M~o ~, ~ ............... graduated from Westhampton Colday in Berryville, Virginia. Mr. daughter of Col. and Mrs. Jo~ipped. Pt ,,,axe. auni~ WA~Lt~ ~UUr'i~K lege of the University of Rich- Cook is a graduate of Clarke Cou- T. Crane, Jr. Mt. Ellen, Sua~7 Charles Mrs. Walter Ronald Morse of l Prichard, sister of the bride, was mond in Richmond, Virginia, in nty High School and is also em- Point was graduated from LiPide 9-tf. Hall, Lititz, Pa., at the comm ~e~:----- 96 Forest Street, New Britain, lmatron of honor, and George R. commencement exercises held ployed at Doubleday. He spent ment exercises which marked , it SALESALE: Connecticut, announces the mar-[Cooper, Jr. served as best man lMonday, June 6. Miss Urquhart three years in the armed forces, close of the 220th year of lre Boars riage of her daughter, Dorothy i for his brother, i was awarded a Bachelor of Arts Lester Morse, to Mr. John Wallisl Following the ceremony a re-[degree with a major in Spanish. [ second oldest girls school t Pl" cie Cooper, son of Vice Admiral[ception was held at the home of [She plans to continue her educat- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ott, Amerma. ,o e George R. Cooper, U. S. N., Re-[Mr. and Mrs. John C. Prichard, lion next fall at Southwestern Bap- and family, Barbara, Judy and " e Davy, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Elizabeth has been active[~n' lVl(l. urea, ann Mrs. ooper of Charles I Cedarwood Drive. I tist Theological Seminary in Fort Bayles visited Shilo Dude Ranch, [ the following organizations: Town,Tne OnceremonyJUne a. ~OOK" - " . I The bride, a graduate of the lWorth, Texas, working toward a last Sunday. eden Log (newspaper) staff, AILER t piece atlNorthfield School for Girls and [Master of Religious Education de- Mr. and Mrs. I. Cover Courtneyj Club, Home Ec. Club. ~A~ 3:00 p. m. in the Chapel of the I Middlebury College, has been on I gree. She is a 1962 graduatt of and son Mark, of Annapolins, Md. ] Miss Crane will continue.~er payme: First Church of Christ, Congregat- I the staff of Dartmouth College, [ Charles Town High School. were Sunday visitors with Mrs. ! education at Davis and El Wn'72 5-73( tonal, New Britain, Connecticut, IHanover, New Hampshire, and] Courtney's brother, Mr. n. Clay, College next September. 9-2-t-pc in the presence of the immediate was administrative secretary for] Mr. andMrs. James Jenkins and McCormick and family and alsol families. The Reverend Benjamin the Darthmouth 1965 summer [ daughter Karen, were visitors on with their aunt, Miss VirginiaI Recent visitors with the BI R. Andrews, Jr., officiated, and Peace Corps Training Program in iSunday of the former's brother Mock. l ers and Wilsons, near Leet organ music was played by Ed- Quebec, Canada. [ and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Rose Mary Ahatt and son I were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bol he Board ward C. Prichard, nephew of the Mr Cooper received the Bach- [ Jenkins of Maryland. Darren, Parkview Trailer Court, Big Pool, Md., Mr. and Mrs. onon CountCount bride, elor of Science degree from the] Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster Mrs. Janice Frye, Inwood, spent ne Jackson, near Martinsburg.[ for: Miss Morse, daughter of the College of William and Mary and I and Mr. and Mrs Melvin Piper Tuesday and Thursday with their L. 3 - Cha, late Walter Ronald Morse, was has done graduate work at George I and daughter Patricia were visi- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard -= r es. given in marriage by her brother, town University and the A. & M I tors Thursday night with Mr. and Barron and granddaughter Hope . 3 66 ] Richard K. 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