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r I ter, of Charles Town, wearing gowns of yellow organza with Empire waist and ruffled neck- i line. Bridesmaids Kitty Link andI Elizabeth Shortley, of Charles Town, and Mrs. Art Jackson, of~ Madison Heights, Va carried out identical designs of the honor at- tendants. They were a breath of loveliness in their flowered gowns of organza. Each wore a head piece of yello~v mums and carried a single yellow rosebud. Mr. James Huyett, of Shep- herdstown, was best man for Mr. Kable. Ushers were Mr. Edward Wilt, Mr. Donald Kable, and Mr. Gary Kable, all of Charles Town, and Mr. Richard Ebersold, of Brownsville, Pa. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Louise M. Pine, organist, played a medley of traditional nuptial music. During the ceremony Mr. George Ducker, tenor, sang "The Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Conrad, mother of the bride, chose an outfit of Nile green silk shantung with match- ing accessories complemented by a corsage of Tropicanna roses. ! Mrs. Kable, mother of the groom, selected an outfit of yel- low ribbon voile with matching accessories and corsage of yellow roses. Following the eeremonyl a r~ ception was held in the social room of the church. The bride's table was decorated with a three- tiered wedding cake, white ta- pers, and ivy. Mrs. Gary Snook registered the guests, and Miss Joe-Ellen Adams was in Charge of the gift table. j Mrs. Steve Love and Mrs. James Askins, cousins,of the bride, were at the punch bowl. Mrs. Kenneth May and Mrs. Richard Stuhl, also cousins of the Rev. Smith I Miss Creamer, Mr. King Engagement Announced C}::meandumMmr~ poRinaymn ndunBe the engagement of their daugh- ter, Mildred to Mr. Samuel R. King, son of Mr. and Mrs. James King, Charles Town, Route 2. Miss Creamer, a 1967 graduate of Charles Town High School, is employed in Frederick, Md. Mr. King, a 1966 graduate of Gaithersburg High School, is en- gaged in dairy farming with his father at Charles Town. No date has been set for the wedding. Walter Smith Receives Undergraduate Degree From Allegheny College ---- walter Preston Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning Smith, Box 450, Charles Town, was among the more than 300 seniors receiving their undergraduate degrees in Commencement exer- cises at Allegheny College, Mead- ville, Pa on Monday, June 16, in tthe one hundred and fifty-fourth year of the college. President Lawrence L. Pelle- tier presented the diplomas and Bishop Roy C. Nichols of the United Methodist Church deliv- ered the Commencement ad- dress, "Formula for Tomorrow." Mr. Smith received the Bache- lor of Arts degree in history. Mr. Wilt Hill Methodist : ? : bride, served the wedding cake. Will Hold Supper, Those serving wore a single Shas- ta daisy. IHy g S MR. And MRS. DAVID L. WILT Mrs. Kable is a graduate of MRS. MANNING LEE SMITH mn Sin unday Miss Cheryl Jean Grapes, of The groom attended Charles Town High School and Miss K a the r ine Llewellyn ford, Conn.; Sue Anne Lowe, War- Route 2, Charles Town, daughter Town High School and Shepherd College. Squibb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ren, Pa.; Leslie Jogren, Bloom- At M0r~n s C~0Ye of Mrs. June Grapes, Route 2, ployed at Peoples Drug MRS. EMORY A. KABLE Mr. Kable, a graduate of John G. Squibb, of Wheeling, field, N. J.; and Mrs. P~er Apple- Charles Town, and the late W. W the ~Iill-Dale Mt. Nebo United Methodist Escorted to the alter by her Charles Town High School, also and the Reverend ~Ianning Lee by, Lttbbock, Tex. They carriedt Grapes, became the bride of Mr. For a wedding Church in Boonsboro was the set- father, the bride wore for her attended Shepherd College. He Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. baskets of yellow daisies. The Jefferson County United David L. Wilt, of Route 2, Har. motored to Luray is now attending Colorado School Manning Smith of Charles Town, L The Rev. P. Roger Bowen of Methodist Cooperative Parish pers Ferry, son of Mr. and Mrs. ! ginia. They are ting on Wednesday, May 28, for wedding, a gown of silk organza of Trade in Golden, Colo where exchanged wedding vows Satur- Wheeling was best man and ush- will hold a covered dish supper Mearle Wilt, Route 2, Harper, s 2, Charles Town. the marriage of Miss Pamela Sue over taffeta in an old fashioned the couple is presently residing, day afternoon in the Strider ers were - the Rev. Melford E. and hymn sing on Sunday eve- Ferry, Saturday, June 7, in the Out-of-town guests ~onrad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. design with Empire bodice and-~. Chapel at .the Peterkin Confer- Holland, Bridgeport; Capt. Rich- ning, June 22, 1969 beginning at (~hestnut Hill Methodist Church.' ding ca, me .from Front ~harles C. Conrad, Forrest Ave A-shaped skirt richly appliqued - ence Center at Romney. I ard Beale, Pt. Lee, Va.; the Rev. 4 n m, at Moruan's Grove, Sheo- The double ring ceremony was Winchester, Va.; At ~harles Town, and Mr. Emory with Venise lace in a fl ral pat'l 'I ] E Y'~~l~ [ Officiating ministers were the Alexander MacDonnell, Browns-her'~lst'own ~ -solemnized at 6 p.m bytheRev.'Martinsburg, W. Va. ~llder Kable, son of Mr. and Mrs. tern. A hemline border of the Roy. Wilburu C. Campbell and ville, Pa.; and David Van Metre, The new district Supt. Rev. RObert Woodward, pastor, before ington, D. C. ~onald M. Kable, Middleway Rd same lace defined the skirt and the Rev. J. ,Moulton Thomas of Alexandria, Va. Hubert Do--et will be there to an altar decorated with gladiolas. [ . ~harles Town. chapel train. She added a face- PUR L West Hartford, Cann. Organist A reception was held at Grava t ~k :rid ~i:~ yVery ~ceniPcl o earl :" ' " The wedding was solemnized at framing spray of blossoms with ] I was the Rev. J. J. Ambler, VI, Hall at the Peterkin Center, after e 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. Theodore bouffant illusion veil, and car- LOCAl luj 7o eba:: Pr~o~tOr~h~a~g?X,C~cah~ru~ R, bert Miss Debra J rector af the St. Stephens Church which ,the couple left ,for a wed- ket and enjoy the evening for the service the tradRional I - . . . . .L ,1,e wedding marches we~'e ~lay d. ~gnll~|,~ ~J Elser officiating. The beauty of, ried a nosegay of yellow an~l in Romney ding trip to St. John Jn the Vir-I J Mro !1] - the double ~ing ceremony was l white roses ' Escorted by her father, the gin Islands. ! n ~ n~ ~ xne orme, gxven m marrmgel enhanced by the simplicity of [ Honor attendants for the bride PARENTS OF A SON: Mr. and bride wore a gown of white linen The bride graduated for the HUNT J. ~a|n~ P|, I bY her mother, was escorted to tll,~AJ l, @1,~ palms and daisy circled tapers I were Mrs. charles Tennant, of I Mrs. Philip O. Drish of Ranson, trimmed in lace and white satin Wheeling County Day School, . the altar by her grandfather, Mr. [Vl(llllL'~J III )11111 D^,~^|u D ~ h,~,~m~A F.W. Grapes She wore a gown t used to adorn the alter. ~ Shepherdstown, and Alana Cus- I announce the birth of a son, Phil- ribbon. The dress had a net chap- Fair~ax Hail, Waynesboro, Va.; n~.~l ~ D. j. M~'yl~$~g of nylon org/~nza, lined with tar- Miss Deborah jea ,~ l,ip David, Friday June 13 at the el train, edged in the ,same lace and Marietta College where she #~ a . .= ~. feta, scalloped edged and seq- daughter of Mr. and ' ],Mrs-] WinchesterDrish isMem rialthe formerH spital'sherry aandbouquetribb n ofandyetlowthe bridesweetheartCarried spring.received her A. B. degree this t,um Line rrom m uin trimmed. She carried a white 1 L. Seal, Rte. 1, Kear: ) tLouise Hilliard. roses and white daisies. *Her husband graduated fromHarry Jafiaes" ' caifi, III, son Of i Bibleions covered with whi~e, cmma - cameAthey,thesonbrideof Mr. f axb ,Mr, and Mrs. Edward C, Kehl, Maid of honor was Barbara Charles Town High School and Mr. and Mrs. H. James Cain, Jr, Mrs. Kay Mahoney, matron of]neth F. Athey, Rte / Media,herPa.daughterSpent theMrs.WeekendDorcas Squibb,wore a sisteryellowoflinenthe bride,dress withwh WakereceivedForeStan A.C llege'B. degree.WhereHe re-he 208 South George Street received honor, wore a long pink gown, l Towp, in the Sharps ,11 at her home on South green grossgrain ,trim and a lace- ceived an A. B. degree at the the Bachelor of Science degree and her flowers were white car- a~, Pamsh at 7 p. m Street. While here they trimmed grossgrain ribbon in her Virginia TheologicalSeminary Cum Laude in commencement ex. natmns, o xne sxngm ring ercises Sunday, June 8, at Vir- Mr. Mayne Mahoney was best attended the graduation exercises hair. She carried a basket of and belonged to Sigma Phi Epsi. ginia Polytechnic Instit~e, at man to Mr. Wilt. solemnized by The at Handley High where their white yellow daisies. Identical lon Fraternity. Birx and The RoY. m grandson, Garland. R. Peck, Jr. dresses were worn by the ~rides- After Septe'mber 1, ~they will Blacksburg, Virginia. The bride's mother wore light Neal. graduated on Friday. maids, Elizabeth Morgan, Water. reside in Moorofield. Mr. Cain, an E~ectrical Engin- blue with white accessories. Miss Norma Jean (*Heliophohia: unnatural fear of light.) We're sorzT, but if clear mountain light shining in tree- tops and on lake frightens you, please forget about Coolfont's air-conditioned Treetop House restaurant in nearby Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Even at night, soft liffhts illuminate the outdoor scenery around your table. The food ? First-rate, cooked to your order. The atmos- l)here? Inf(n al, friendly. Coolfont's Treetop House offers distinctive dining for families, parties, banquets. Private picnics catered, too, beneath the trees. DRIVE The EASY DRIVE To BERKELEY SPRINGS; THEN TAKE RT. 9 WEST MILE And TURN LEFT For COOFONT'S TREETOP HOUSE. FOR RESER- VATIONS CALL: 258-2818 OR 1793. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Horn near Bakerton had their family - union on Fathers Day with t~ee Announce Engagement following present. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Horn and 4 children, Miss Joy Lynn Sager Mark, Laura, Micheal, and Donna of Raleigh, N. C Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Horn and 5 children, To Mr. Harry Weller Doug, Jackie, Joan, Ted and Joe of Charlottesville, Va Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Horn and daugh- ter Geri of Harpers Ferry, W Va. WALL REUNION: Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Wall of 4th Ave- nue, Ranson were host Sunday June 15, of a family reunion and picnic of Robert 'Kyle Wall fam- ily. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. Kyle Wall, Washing- ton, D. C Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wall, Susan and Charles of Char- les Town, "Mr. and Mrs. Alvin (Beppie) Brown, daughter Cher- rio and finance Greg Stott~r, sons Rodney and Arran of Rock- ville, Md Mrs. Clyde (Pat) Myers, Dana Lynn, Julia, Bradley and Kelley of Fairplay, Md. and the children of Mr. and Mrs. Boris (Betty Kyle) Stranov, Tam- my, Torte, Janie and Irvin of Lanham, Md M. R Mike, Tom-] MISS JOY L. SAGER my, Timmy, James, Katherine Wall children of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager, Sben- Robert K. Wall and Mrs. Myrtle andoah Junction, announce the Barton of Charles Town. engagement of their daughter Visitors Sunday with the Slu- Joy Lynn, to Mr. Harvey E. Well- shers and Wilsons, near Leetown er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshal were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer T. Weller, Flowing Springs, Rd. and son Jimmy, Big Pool, Md Miss Sager is a 1969 graduate Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, of Shepherdstown High School. Miss Margaret Saville, # Mr. John wilflam Rose To Be Married July G MISS MARGARET SAVILLE Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Saville, 310 South Mildred St Charles Town, announce the forthcoming mar. riage of their daughter, Margaret to Mr. John William Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rose, formerly of Clarksburg, W. Va Jr and son Kevin, near town, Mr. Weller, a 1968 graduate of ~?w residing in Washington, D. Mrs. Eugene Jackson, RFD, Mar- Shepherdstown High School, and . tinsburg, W. Va and Mr. Ernest ~s attending James Rumsey Voc. Miss Saville is a graduate of Slusher, Jr. of Leetown, W. Va. ational Technical Center. West Virginia University and has Mr. and Mrs. John Shields and No definite wedding date has completed one year of graduate two children of Vienna, Va been set. study in the Department of spent the past week-end with Mr French at Tulane University, and Mrs. Jesse Price of Second : New Orleans, La. Avenue, Ranson. While here they ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Mr. Rose received the Bach- also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Propst and children of Ran " ~ ~ ~|~ ~ ~ son; and Mr. and Mrs. Kaye BushLET YOUR HAIRSHOW YOURBEAUTY and son of Euclid Avenue, Char- les Town. Subscribe To The Spirit II WOODY FREE TRIO EVERY SAT. NIGHT 9:30 p. m. HAWAIIAN NffE CLUB FOR RESERVATIONS: PHONE 301-834-2002 II i i Call Up For A New Hair Style Today EXPERT COLORING & FROSTING SPECIALS: MONDAY THRU WEDNESDAY Open Monday thru Saturday - 8 A. M. - 5 P. M. THURSDAY --8 A. M 9 P. M. VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP DIAL 725.5414 118 N. Charles St. - Charles Town, W. Va. eering major has accepted a. p0- The groom's mother wore blue si.tion with Schluraberger, Ltd with matching accessories. Paris, France and left for With, Both mothers wore corsages of ita Falls, Texas to begin his job, white carnations. He is a 1965 graduate 04 North Following the ceremony a re- Hagerstown High School, Hager~ coption was given at the church town, Md. with Carolyn Vassar, at the guest book; Linda Rotlis~n, serving the punch; and Donna Jenkins ct~t- elor of Arts and Master of Arts ting and serving the wedding degrees in German at West Vir- cake. ginia University and is presently The bride is a. graduate of enrolled in the Defense Lung- Charles Town High School, the uage Institute, Department of the class df 1965 and was graduated Army, Fort Bliss, Texas. from the West Virginia Beauty I The couple will be married in School and is employed at the an open church ceremony at the Washington Beauty ,Shop in Ran- ved .as maid of Dale R. Baddorf man. The wedding was families and friends. Following the wedding party was reception in Ranson Thomas Lutheran reception pictures ~nd refreshments to the guests. The couple left reception on a Washington, D. C. Asbury United Methodist Church son. Attend Church in Charles Town on July 5 at 2:30 p.m. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSONFARMER'S I ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 i ALL SUMMER " HATS--J2 BAGS That were $4) NOW -- $3 (That were $6) S NOW-- $4 (That were $7) NOW- SS (That were $9) NOW -- $6 i For our customer's shopping convenience we now honor BankAmericard. 118 E. Martin Street Martlnsburg, W. Va. W. Washington street Charles Town, W. V& 725-5221 Browse --. Sip Coffee -- Enjoy Soft Music g (By the way. furnished chalets are for rent at Coolfont; campsites. And there's swimming, fishing, trail. riding, evening entertainment and other vacation de- lighls at C lfont in nearby Berkeley Springs, W. Va.) IN | @ 0 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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