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Margaret Gracey Becomes Brid, Mr. Ray Jamison In Church Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ray Jamison .~V~iss Margaret Emma Oracey, daughter of Mrs. Agnes L. Gracey of 626 S. George Stree:t, C~arles Tc~wn became the bride of Mr. Flpyd Ray Jamison of Bakerton, .in,an open church wedding at four o'clock Wednesday, June 3, in .j~he Charles Town Presbyterian Cl~l~rch. me Roy. Carlyle McDonald, pus ~oJ'~:~)f the church, perfoz-med the d0~le ring ceremony before an al[ar decorated with white glad- tolL+~;na~pdragons, palms and can- s. Owen Conklyn, organist, gaVe~ a recital of nuptial music preceding t~he ceremony and play ed tJhe traditional wedding mar- ches. Miss Lorna Lee Shull sang "Because", "Song of Ruth" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride, who was given in ~narriage by her brother Creamer Gracey, wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace bodice with Sa- brina neckline accen, ted with pearls and sequins. Long sleeves Pointed over the hand. The lovely full skirt of nylo~n net had a wide panel of Chantllly lace down the front. Her finger tip veil of illus- ion fell from a pointed crown of net wi,th seed pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of Whlte roses. 'Mrs. Patricia Ring, Martinsbuz-g was the ma~tron of honor. She wore a street length dress of blue lace over taffeta with matching bandeau a,nd she carried a colon- ial bouquet of blue daisies and net ce:ntered with mixed snapdragons. Mr. William Ring, MartJnsburg. served as best man. The ushers were Leo Jamison, brother of the groom and Robert O. Gracey bro- .thor of the bride. Mrs. Gracey wore a black silk dress with white accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. Mrs. Jamison. mother o[ the groom wore a blue dress with whi,te accessories and a corsage of pink carnatic,ns. l~mmediately following the core mony a reception was held in tile church social room, where arran- gemer~s of magnolia f~liage and red roses we.re used in the win- dows. Mrs. Robert Gracey. sister- in-law of the bride served as hos tess assisted by Mrs+ Harry Jen- kins, Mrs. Stanley Wakeman. Mrs. Glen,r~ Wels*h and Mrs. Lacey Bail ey, aunt of the bride. The four t'iered wedding cake adorned the bride's table while a center piece of yellow and ~hite snapdragons !were used on t,he center table with silver candelabra and com- posotes on a ~hi.te lace table- cloth. M~. H~an.ter Talley, sister of the groom, served punch and Miss Elizabet:h Pwtterson, Falling Waters cut bhe cake. Mrs. William Kli,ne kept the guest book. Following bhe reception the cou pie left on a motor trip south; the bride wearing a green shan- tung sui with beige and white ac cessories. The bride teaches at Harpers Ferry High School and Mr. Jam- lson is employed a,t Dixie Narco Inc. in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gracey en Certained the wedding party at Vheir home o,~ Jefferson Avenue following the rehearsal on Tues- day night. Mr. and Mrs. !1. W. Morrow Celebrate g AnniversaryMa 31 Shown above are Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Morrow, of Shepherd~- town, as they celebrated their Golden Wedding Annlversa~ry at the home of their da~ughter, Mrs. Charles Busey, of Kearneysville, on Ma~y 31. The couple were maLrrted in Shepherdstown on June 2, 1909, maid are life-long residents of Jefierson County.- They have four children, Mrs. Busey, R. W. Morrow, Jr., of Oakland, Md.. Edward M. Morrow, of Maxtinsburg, and Henry W. Morrow, of Shepherdstown and Chaxles Town. If You Want Results Use Spirit-Advocate Classifieds? Bragg. Hockensmith SS Patrici Willis +Becomes Bride +_+. T,,u.+A. ,-.,-~-.,-.,:,-.,-,-++-.,:,-.,-.,=-.,-.,-.,-,,-,,-.,.+ Engagement Is Told I Mr. William~ ,In Millville Church ~+. Nancy smaltwood, matron, PAINT SALE WILL E~I} of honor, wore a pink ballerina NFSDAY IUNE 17 Born June 8in the Winchester lengCh gown of white lace over BERGER'S" ~T~r," Memorial Hospital, .to Mr. and pink taffeta wi.th a white head-{ ' ~ .....~" dress and carried a .nosegay o,f 'June ll-IL. Mrs. Daniel Lee Smallwood of blue carnations I~~ Charles Town. a girl. Mrs. Small- The two bridesmaids. Miss Peg- P,S'.~',P~"~,~',P,~,P,~rS'.~',f'~",~ wood is the former Miss Lorraine gy Ott and Miss Sevalla Wasson, I MRS. NELSON McGa.ha. wore matching ballerina length [ Mr. and Mrs. John Ambrose and dresses or white lace over blue tarI OF THE son Campbell attended commence feta with white headdres~es andI ment exercises at Stuart Hall in carried nosegays of pink carnat-] T S~au.nton, Va. over the past week ions. I -- end when their daughter Jane The Dower girl was Connie Sue [ i' ~Moore received her diploma as an ! I Rowland and the ring bearer[ .~ honor student. ~ Bruce Carroll. The flower girl was [ ]~ Mrs. J. J. Yowell is attending a , t attired i;a a pink net dress and [ ~r Smith College in Northampton, !!: + / pet. I ~. Mass. for several days. Mr. Max Grub'bs was best man I ~ Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Jacobs of to Mr. Wil'liams and the ushers ] I Camden, N. J. were weekend were: Mr. Wade Cook and Mr. | guests at the home of their grand Richard Breeden. I 15 parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. ~ Mrs. Sealock. mother of the | lJ Jacobs, Seco,nd Ave. Other guests bride, wore a light blue dress of [ at the Jacob's home on Sunday ~- lace, w~hite accessories and a eor-| '~'~E~ were Mrs. Pannie Lloyd, Mrs. Ed- ith Adams and two daughters of !!i!i sage ,of white carnations. Mrs. Wil / ~-~ liams, mother of the groom wore |h,+o ;,,,.+ +...+ ..... a +,,+ a Navy Bhle dress, white access- |'"~' J""~ .,:tu.,,vu ..0~I Paris, Va., L. W. Jaeobs and dau- ghCer Judy of Alexandria, Va.,--.~..,r...,~-- 0..--~o~v,z-~uu~v,z~_~unn ra~g_ti"::''~::':':-~~':::'B~"-~-+':: ories and a corsage of white cat'-ling trip to New Yor pet's Ferry announces the enga- + + " | WE HAVE NEW * 'Martinsburg, Mrs. Elton Carpet of .... , I | I Charles Town, Mrs. Raymond gerreent of their daughter KaYlA1- / , .... churchA receptiOnfollowingWaStheheldceremony,at t:he [)1~['~'~ I)IIIV ........... - l)ffY W~*'~/~ff Wilt and children Carole and Ion to Mr. Ernest Franklin Hock [ l1r. ano iIrs. Ellis Raymond Williams, r. with Miss Elaine Lloyd at the Dresses for all occaSl0! Steve of Harpers Ferry. ensmith, Jr. of Harpers Ferry. | guest register and Mrs. Anna U,n- dinates, slim and full ger serving the punch Mrs Chat" ' ". , , _ h Mrs. Blanche Wageley left Mon Miss Brags is a member of the | Charm and dignity marked the lginald de Koven; and ;Fhe Lord's los Bzown s .... .~ ++.~" ~,..' sleeve ano sleeveless ~. day mor;+ing for Monence, Ill. 1959 graduating class of Harpers [lovely June wedding Sa,turday af- I Praver bv Malotte She also r)lav :" " , ,.'.,u t,.+ ca ...... ~ , j$ where she will visit with her dau-Perry High School and Mr. Hock- [ternoon in the Millville Metho-led ~tho (,.~m++,,,,+{ .... ,~.~+~ .+~..~- Following the reception the cou SlaCKs, t ermuoas, pea. g hter Mrs. Frankie Reed. Mrs. ensmtth was graduated from the idist Church of M~ss Patricia Wil-lcess~onal+'an~l+r'22,~+~i'n~,,~"'~o~;'+~,- pie left on a motor trip through ors, shorts, bathing sw s m " " lis h ........................ - the Seut,h and on returning they iamas, waltz gownS, Wageley will later go to Colorado .'a e high school t,n 1957. He is , dau,g .ter of Mrs. Leatha Sea-los Mrs Paul Jackson san~ "I Springs, Colo. and join Mrs. John now employed with the Valley lock of Charles Town and Mr. G.il [I-~ve Yo~ Tm,lw' h,, _~o~ ~-,,~. will reside in St. Margaret's a-sli"s nz sli"s hose e .................. +--,++,, partments in Charles Town. ~:;~' '{h~ gil~',5' 7" a11~I Irvin and will return East where Board Corporation at Halltown. b ~t WHhs of Wmchester, Va. and I and "Beam+~e" Rv d' ~n,-d~],~ ' MrS.Mr.Irvinand willMrs.ViSitWillardWith friends.Martin forNthedefmtteweddlng.' '. date has ' been.set Mnr~on. .... r]~iuvil.loofEllMr.iS RaymOndand Mrs. ElllsWilhamsWllhamsIr IherThefather,bride' g,Venwore' " .......... m'a marrlagewhite. " floo~:bY' READ T~OCATE ALL ;PRIN~ attended the graduation ceremon ................ len th . 7-. ~ ~ MERCHANDISE Vz ...... / g gown of embroidered tulle ies at the .Medical College of VJr- Will ~, ~,c,,,,~ The ooume ring ceremony was/and lace. The gown was tiered in i Please Phone [ T h L L S ginia at Richmond Sunday where m vv~,,~ rmz. n-z~..~vm~ performed by the Roy. R. R. Ha~,- ]the back with alternating tiers of | Mr. Martl;:Ys brother Thomas J. nes, before an altar decorated [embroidered lace, with short i YOUR SOCIAL ITEMS i By LUCILLE, ] Martin received his degree as Doc |,~ ~1^i~**,~,!,-~ ][n~,o~,& ~ wJVh gladiolas, palms and candel-|sleeves and matching fi.~ger tip . . tor of Dental Surgery. Ill I~glJ|OSRO# ~li~H~| abra. ~ |gloves. Her fingertip veil of illus- i To Mrs. June Bohrer ! 13Vz W. B ueawe Visitors over the Holiday Week Proceeding the ceremony Mrs lion fell from a small cap of mat i | zna Ploor end at the home of Mrs. Charles + ' Lester Will,ingham played "Liber-|ching lace seed pearls and so-[ Call 222 i Winchester. (Elsa) Reviol, Blakeley Apt., 3rd traum" by Liszt; "Ave Maria" by |quins. The bride carried gardenias Avenue in Ranson all from Balti ~onuoert; "O Promise Me" by Re on a white bible. more, Md. were her sisters and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry Sullivan, Mrs. Laura L. High and Mrs. Lillian Noland Wen,t- worth. Miss Lorna Lee Shull, Supervis or of Mumc in the County left last Friday mor,nJng for Lincoln, Nob. wihere she will enter The Univer- sity of Nebraska for eight weeks, [furthering her musical career. She 'will take ,piano, voice and several subjects which will be of great help to her in her work here. Miss Mattie and Mr. Robert M. Nichols entertained in honor of[ their house guest, Mr. and Mrs. i Robert L. Akehurst of Montrose, Colo. and Mrs. Pearl Akehurst and spending t,his week with ~vIrs. Sheets' parents Mr. and Mrs. Ral ph W. Sager. Mr. Henry S. Baker, widely known county resida]t w~ho spends much of his ti, me in Winchester Harrison~burg and other .points, suffered a fall one day last week in Harrisonburg, Va. injuring his spine and causing him much pain. In Charles Tow,a on Monday he said that he was feeling much better and is out and able to get a round as usual. Mr. Baker is in his 90th year. Margaret Skinner Miller, daugh ter of Atty. and Mrs, J(~h~ Skin- ner of Charles Town was among the all-time record number of 959 students awarded degrees at In- diana Sta,te Teachers College's eighty-eight ,annual commence- men,t exercises held in Tez'ra Hau,te, Indiana Sunday, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reynolds of Bal,timore, Md. were weekend guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ey ster. IMr. a;nd Mrs. Dale Keyser and 3 sons, Billie, Danny and Frank and Miss Elizabeth Wysong left Tues day for Nags Head, N. C. to spend a week ,with their sister and broth or-in-law Dr. and ~Mrs. Vernon Cofer who have a cottage for the mont~h of June. Li{~tle Betsy Wy- song will stay wi,th her grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Wysong while they are away. Mrs. Ruth Frederick and little FaAt.h Seidel of Baltimore, ~Md. spent last Wednesday with her father Mr. William C. Whitmore West Washington Street. Mrs. Charles W. Appell of near town, Mrs. WilLie Blum of Shan- nondale were Friday shoppers in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Lackey former residents of Charles Town but now residi,ng in St. Peters- .burg, ,Florida are spending several ,weeks visiting friends in Charles Town and the county. Mr. and Mrs. Will.tam Adams and daughter Sue were weekend v.isi~ors at the home of +Mrs. Adams' sister and brother-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Langdon on Sou,th Samuel Street. Mr. a:.~d Mrs. Harold Sml+th of Hillsboro, Va. were Sunday visi- tors witch Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Appell of near town. Kenneth L. Psillas, son of Wil- liam K. Psillas, South Samuel St. received his Doctor's degree from the Medical College of Virginia School of Denials.try on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Psillas spent the weekend in Richmond to at- : ~! i ::~: i ~ili::ii!iiiii!i!i!ii!iiiiiliiiiiiiiii!i!!iiiii!iiii~ Mrs. Nancy Hage of Baltimore : ..... ~Md. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Te.nne and daughter Mrs. John D. Hoff- master of Route No. 9 spent the ELOISE NEWBERRY weekend in Philadelphia, Pa. a+t .tending the wedd, ing of Mr. Ten- Mr. a,nd Mrs. Williard D. New- ney's niece, Miss Deloris Brane of North Platte, Nebraska T~nn~v tn M,. ~dw~,~ .~,~,,h "~, are announcing t'he engagement t-ha'"a't "~h'"+'t ......... ~ff'~_~'=;~ of their daughter Sloise to 'Mr. Family, David Edwards Mccook, + Nebra+ka Pa. on Saturday, June 6. l ~ .Miss Newberry granddaughter The Re~ere~d and Mrs. Porres,t I .... : _ D. Sheetz and daughters Cindy IOl ~'ormer NeOras~a uovernor ano and Mandy of Arlington Va are Mrs. Kelth NewHe of North Plat- te, attended the Universi,ties of Texas and Nebraska where she was affiliated with Delta Gamma social Sorority. Her ~nother, the former Frances Neville, was well known in Charles Tow,n, having visited many summers here in the home of her grandparents, the late Dr.. and Mrs. William Nell. " Mr. Edwards, son of ,Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Edwards of North Plat te graduated from Hig.h School i with the class of 1952. He went on to the University of Nebraska hold ing a football grant-in-aid schol- arship. He was a Nebraska varsity football player and letterma,rt in 1953, 1954 and 1955 and was a member of N club, Phi Epsilon Kappa, physical education frater- nity and of Alpha Tau Omega soc ial h'aternity. After graduating from Nebraska in 1956 he served two years in the armed forces. He is now coaching at McCook High School. The young couple will be mar- ried in the Episcopal Church of Our Savious, North Platte, Ne- braska on August 2nd. Hiss Wiley Engaged To Mr. Charles Aleshire MISS JOYCE WILEY Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley of Potomac Ligh,t and Power near Milqville, announce the engage- men~ of t)heir daughter Joyce LOt rhine to Mr. Charles W. Ales- hire of Luray, Va. Miss Wiley is a gradu,a~e of Har pers Ferry High the class of 1959 ,tend the Com,menceme,'~t exercises and she is now working as a scare M ....... tary for the Blue Bell (:lothing iss rat mgram oz (.;r).arles 'am.r~a-~,, in T,,.-o. Town is home from the l~agers- _o ....... d .~+*or~m~im| ('~nll~a fnrl Mr. Al'lesnlre was graaua~eo in town, M......e ..... ..' ............. 19 8 fr r s m r v t w ks 5 om Lu ay H{gh School and a um e acaton of t o wee . Dr. and Mrs. Frank Munger of is now em,ployed a,t a textile mill Maryville, Tenn. and their sons. in Luray. He is the son Of Mr. and J~mes Austin and Gorman F. III IMrs. As1~by Aleshire of Luray. were recent house guests o4 Mrs.' No date has been set for the Jean M. O'Ba,nnon and daughCer wedding. Diane. [ Mr. and Mrs. Turner Bond, Mr. Judy at Oakdale Farm. and Mrs. Kenneth Orndorff and t .Miss Be~y Jane Brooks, Fred- sons, Dennis and Robey of Laur- erick, Md. spe~t a few days with el, Md. were visitors Sunday with her une)e and aunfc, Mr. and ~VIrs. Mr. ,and Mrs. R4ehard Dailey and Burwell'B~llenger. Xxxxxxx Xhxx XXXXXXXXXXXXX+ I ~i+PE Y RANSOH, g :< # Corner Mildred St. and Third Ave. Ib in - unch-Dinner. Ice Cr, -Candy. All Modern . All Hew CBE SURE to be on hand e'arly TUESDAY MORNING and Visit Us Ofte~ Throughout the Day---Opening Day and Every Day in the Week. DOOR PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY .... ALL FREE, FREE, FREE First and Second Prizes:--Ladies and Mens 17 Jewel Bulova Wrist Watch Third Prize:---Pop-Up Toaster, Compliments. of Manbeck Bread ,Co. Fourth Prize:---Record Player, Compliments. White's Record Shop. PARKER 51 PEN--Compliments. Henesy's Jewelry Store WILSON TENDERIZED COOKED HAM :--Compliments Ranson Grocery Company \ SPORT JACKET:---Compliments THE Kastle Men's Store TWO HAMS:---Compliments Schenck Food Company BASKET OF GROCERIES:--Compliments Frills Bros. Grocery LADIES SCHICK RAZOR:---Compliments. Moffett's Pharmacy, Inc. TWO COUNTRY HAMS:---Compliments Fleel & Co., Winchester, Va. TWO GREASE JOBS AND 5-GAI.S. GAS:--Compliments Myers Sinclair Service, Halltown, FRUIT BASKET :--Compliments H. W. Sheppard, Middletown, Md. 2 WASTE BASKETS OF TIDE:---Compliments Western Maryland Wholesale C0. 2 GALLONS SEALTEST ICE CREAM :---Complim ants Sealtest Dairy W. Va. i All you have to do is to come in and sign your name. The Lucky will be listed in this newspaper and alsc, in the window at this Restaura the following week. Names of all winners. ' These Owners of this New Restaurant Cordially Invite You to Attead the Opening All Day Next Tuesday. JOHN W. AITS OWNER OF JOHN'S DINER NOXVILLE, MD. HENRY W. LANHAN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. JOHN L. VIANDS OWNER VIANDS AMOCO STATION VIANDS CAB CO. CHARLES TOWNN, W. VA.