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SPIRIT OF, JEFFERSON fARMeRs ADVOCATE 8--A TItURSDAY, .IITI,Y 2, 1959 Mi! Margaret Taber Becomes Bride Mr. Charles R. Long In Smithburg Church In the quairltly appealing set- ting of St. Ann's E~iseoDal Chur- ~?h, Smithburg ~n Saturday, the twenty-seventh of June, Miss Mar garet Alice Taber, dau/~hLer of Mr. ~,nd Mrs. Harold Taber, St., Bish opridge, Smi~hsburg and Charle~ P~obert Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lon g, C'b, arles Tow:~ were married. The P~everend Bernard Jennings l:~ector, performed the time honor ed double-ring ceremony at two- ti~irty o'clock in .the afternoon, be fore a seLLing enhanced by white earnations, y;aapdragons and babys brea,th in the altar vases and eandlelight, from wrought tron s;andards holding white tap- ~rs nes:Ang in a fan shaped design ef mountain greens. Carnations and smilax touched the white sat ~n bows that marked the family ~ews and Englis'h ivy decorated 4he sills before each of the stain- ed glass windows. A medley of wed4ing sonnets ,Was played on the organ by Miss Carole Feigley. a ela.~a-mate of the ~bride at the Washington Co, rely Hospital School of Nursing. These included "O Promise Me", "Throu gh ~the Years" and "Liebestraum". She also accompanied another MRS. CllARLES ROBERT LONG Classmate, Mrs. Walter D. Brom- folds of net and godets of pleated ley, Jr., who s:,lg "O Perfect: net marked the softly flaring Love", "I Love You Truly" and skirt. A donned white lace hat was i'The Lord's Prayer" , added and an orchid corsage as a Given in marriage by her father ]floral accent, the bride was lovely in a full-len I A reeep,tion followed in St. th gown of Rosepointe Chantilly Ann% Parish House. for the large taee over bridal s:atin, fashioned assemblage of relatives and w.':*,h an oval neckline accented friends The bride's cake, baked With an applique of organdy flow- " and decorated by Mrs. John Har- criers cen:tered with pearls. The shman, was toppedby a miniat- long tapered Meeves terms,hated ure bride and bz'idegroom and on- in delicate lily points over the circled by smilax and pink and hands and her luxuriously full blue car, nations. The punch bowls skirt flowed gracefully in,to a chap were also encircled by smilax and el train. She completed her cos- held heart shaped designs of ice ~tu,me with a dainty crown of tulle with pink and blue .flowers and .petals and pearl blossoms from s, trawberries. Mrs. John Harshman WhiCh fell a fingertip veil of illus- served the wedding cake. Mrs. Ev ion. She carried a line design of elyn Atemier and Mrs. Helga Gen- white asters and ivy tendrils een- seim presided a,t the punch ,bowls cered with a snow white orchid a- T.he bride later changed to a %op a whi,te sat!,n prayer book. blue cotton s'heath dress with a Miss Doris Smith, another elass wide brimmed ~vhi,te hat for trav- ~ate, served as maid of honor, cling on her wedding 'trip, whie'h tV'rosted white organdy over Pren- will ,~ake .the couple ,through Vir- ch blue ~taffeta fashioned with a gi,nia. She added the otchlds from Calyx neckline and tiny sleeves, her bridal bouquet. When the cou its bouffant Minuet skirt girdled ple return Vhey will 'be at home at ~t~ taffeta in a eriss-eross design n~l brushed w.vth a great sash of 178 South Prospect Street. ~ffeta formed ~her becoming cos- The bride is a graduate of ,the ~ume. A fragile ~erown of pearl Smit~hsburg High School and will graduate in September from ,the el/framed silk leaves with face veil Washington County Hospital rnouline formed her headdress School of Nursing. ~:~t she carried a line design of Pink carnations and yellow roses 'Mr. Long is a graduate of Mas- embossed wiVh pink, blue and yen sanutten Military Ae,ademy, Wood low ribbons, stock, Vs. and at,tended Davis and Miss Linda tIill and ,Miss Nancy Elkir~s College, Elk.ins, W. Va. He tZoper, .bot}h of Charles Town and ~se employes as an X-ray technic-. ,both cousins of the bridegroom ia,n at City Hospital, :Martinsburg, served as bridesmaids. Their W. Vs. gowns were of frosted organdy .~ over petal 'pink taffeta, designed MILLV!LLI as the honored attendan,t, l~oth Wore crowns of ~pink silk leaves By Dorothy Lake and pearls and carried line de- signs of pink carnations and yel- ------- low roses. B~ke Sale July 3rd Miss Carol Lee Tabler and Miss A Bake Sale will be 'held by the I~aren Lee Taber, twin nieces of W. S. C. S. of the Mi'llville Met,h- %he bride also appeared as flower oc~ist Church on Friday, July 3, girls, wearing floor length gowns i1959 at the Western Auto Store, of fros,ted orgT,ndy, .one in pink, i Charles Town. the of, her blue, with Shelley .collars Mrs. Henry Ballenger served a and great sashes of blending rib- birthday dinner a,t her home on bon. Tiny pancake w,hite straw Sunday i,n honor of Mr. Henry hats wreathed in roscbuds And Ballenger's 59t~h birt'hday and ,tied under their chins were their Mrs. S. W. Staubs who was 74 /etchin.~ headdresses and both year.~ of age. Those a~ttendi,ng carried white basl~e,ts ,~f rose pet- I were Mrs. Gladys Dunn and Mrs. als which they scattered in the S. W. Staubs of Bolivar, W. Va., laathway of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haines and ~Michael Taber, a nephew of the c'hildren Cynthia and Jerry of bride was t~he ring bearer. Donald i Brawnsville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. El Moran was :the acolyte, dred Markle of Charles Town, W. William C. Long, Charles Town Va. Mr. and Mrs. Harirson Lan- served as best man ,for 'his no- ,ha, m and sons Donnie .and Harri- ,phew. Herbert B. Taber, brother son Jr., Mr Elmer Gray and Su,s of ~he bride, of Ches'hire, ,Conn. an Gray. and Kenneth Gemshiem of Hag-I MTS. Pittman Russell and dau- erstown, ushered ,thewedding ghters Judy and Karen of W,in- guests. ,chester, Va. s,pen,t S~turduy w~t'h For .her daughter's wedding Mr. and Mrs. L. E. W~il,tShire and ~YIrs. Taber selected an afternoon son Glen. frock of rose ,toned mouseline wi,th :Miss Patty Rineddi of Bolivar ~ortrait neckli,ne and tucked Era- visited Miss Judy D'Angelo on Dire bodice, overlaid wfth lace. Tuesday. She added a white lace .picture Mr. and Mrs. G~ne DeWalt of ha, t and wore an orchid .corsage. Carl,isle, Pa. spent Sa%urday nlgh,t French blue .chan:tilly lace and and Sunday wft)h ~Mr. and Mrs. T. net over taffeta was chosen by the E. Lake. ,bridegroom's 'mother. The deep ffvIr, and Mrs. ~Merle Wiltsthire V'd neckline was edged with tiny'and children of Harpers Perry, , WE ARE READY ---TAKE CARE OF--- 1959- 1960 Bring Your Car to Us Today For Expert Service... ! WEST WASHINGTON STREET Call Our Number - 42 CIIARLES TOWN, - W. VA. Mr .and Mr:,, ,Y,m W~It:,hH'o and.. ...... children of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. ' ..... Pittman Russell and d,aughters of Wi,ncl~ester, Vs., Mr. John Shir- ley and Mr. Ralph ~hirley of Win chester, Va. and Miss Pa'tty WilL- shire visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire and son Glen on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kleinfelter and children of Bethesda, Md. spent several days bhis week with the loiters parents Mr. and Mrs. John Glover St. SK-3 Howard Kel~can of Bain- bridge, Md. ~pent a week end leave wi:t)h his parents Mr. and Mrs, Clifton Kelican. Miss San- die Thompson of Washington, D. C. was a Sunday guest. Mrs. Doug Mk~nick and daugh- ,ter Cynthia of Ma~,tinsburg, W. Va. visited M~r. and ~Mrs. Moss Ran alli on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Charles Gary Dil'low of Al- exandria, Va. spen,t the weekend with his parents Mr. and ,Mrs. T. W. Dillow Sr. Mr. David Rickard of Alexan- dri,a, Va. spent t~he weekend w}th his pare,nts Mr. and Mrs. R ickard. eMrs. S. N. Alger of Petersburg, Va. has been visi'ting Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Sacrament Of Lord's Supper To Be Observed Presbyterian Church The Rev. Carlyle A. McDonald. minister of the Presbyterian Chur Ch has announced that the sacra- ment of the Lord's Supper will be observed in the Chm'ch on Sundas,, July 5, at the regular 11:00 a. m. worst~ip service. The sermo,n top- ic as announced by Mr. McDon- ald will be "My Life for My Friends". The text for the sermon will be "Greater Love has no man tJhan this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" John 15: 13. The public is cordially invited to this service. A nursery will be pro vided for little children. New morn'bets will ~be received at this ChurCh on July 12. Anyone interested in uniting wit.h t,his church should see the minister .g .g PHONE 159 , i, i,,,u 0 "IT's. WH ITE'S DS ALWAYS" ys Your Y to Your Car FREE of WEST WASHINGTON STREET You All CHARLES TOWN, W. (i To ;ans Infant. Dies At Home Monday Night Funeral services we're ,held %his Mternoon (Thursday) 'at 2 ,p. m. for Devora Mon,tra Togans, mont,hs old daug,hter of Leona Roe Vor Togans, Who was dead on ar- rival at Oharles Town General Hospital Monday night. The key. Homer H. Bullett, pastor of Zion Methodas,t Church conducted the services from t'he Smi,th & Strider Funeral Home I.nterment was in Fairview Cemetery. Second Annual From Paze One W. E. Trussell, Hunter; R. ~M. Hann, Guyt~n; Jefferson Auto- 'matte Music, Juke Box; Smirch Tire and Ba,ttery, Uhele Benny; Francis Frye, Danny Stau bs, Frigidaire; Charles Town Pho- to & Gift, Susie; Eric Staley, ~ire ball; Southern Res,taur,ant, Can- non Pire; Diamond's Smart Fash- ions, Bobbi; Donald Eackles, Mor- bid O~bit; Cliffside Motel, Cliffside Crawler; Commun,ity Oil, 100 Plus Turf Diner, T-Bone; H. W. Wag- eley, Inc., Blue Fla,~ne; W. G. Ps- illas Agency, Boo~y; Nichols and bmck,,Lhgzt, ahs; A. V. ISmtt~h, Siz V~hizs; Stupor Inc. Agency, Ten & Twen,ty; Hyman Viener, Scrap- Iron; Tom SteDtoe, Old Faitl~ful; John F. Ambrose, John; Robert Cain, Cecil; Nell Slusher, Defeat- ist; Potomac Construction, Aspha- lt; Rans(~n Fruit Co., R. P. C.; Wh,i.tes Super Market, Whitey; Charles Town Laundromat; Smi,t~h & Strider, Miss May,tag; Pittsbur- gh Plate Glass Co., Corona; Acme, Radish; Clark Purr, Lotta Bull; Swimley's, SwJmley Speeder; Rose Jensen Contr., Rose; Cha'rles Washington Beau,ty SalOn, Clip N' Curl II; W'~ters Florists, Van Cleve; Riddlebergers, Aeeolon; Van Tol Florists, Petunia; Ennis & Widmyer, Baldy; Leo Wid,myer, "Todd"; Po:tomac Ligh.t & Power, Reddy Kilowatt; Jeffer- son Tobacco, Ron,nie; Charles Prin~tz, Major Mosby; C. A. Hehle, ~Mi-Tastee; William Vaughan, l~lackle; C. F. l:~ninger, Chief Povchwtan; Charles Town Grain & Feed, Heat Wave; Wa,l:ter Bow ling, Bonnie; Fort Drive-In, Too~- or; Moffel,ts Pharmacy, Super Pill W.. P. C. Perry, Gwynn; Caperton Bros., Kitty; Melvin T. Strider, Martha; Peoples Bank, Peoples Pet; A. D. Peters Ins., Fire-In-The Hold; John .Hunt, Buy-.IVle-Su.moin; Goode Bros.,; Miller C'~e~n. CorD, Apple Knocker; Silers Shoe Cen- ,tel Bob Smart; S. H. Stone, Bra- dy; Pap Jackson, Dotomi,te; Mar- tha Washington Beauty Shoppe; Magaha Alapli,ance, J. Eddy; Car- son's Body Shop, Litle Nick: Cin- dy Cain, Tubs II; Dr, Wll'liams County's Rival; J. A. Eyster, Swaps; W. & R. Swles, Wilco; 1960 Victor, Jefferson Coun,ty Democra tic Association. From Pgge One sue Yeas beaten In the outlying .areas by a ~vote of 248 ,to 176 or a majority of 72, while the town voters favored it by a 389 to 72 count, or a majori,ty of 315. Total vote in t,his election was 885 as against 595 Tuesday. A10hough no accurate coun,t of the number of properties or peo- ple are involved in the area which will come into Charles Town, esti- mates by City officials have plac- ed the number of pec~ple to be about 200 to 250 and about 100 p~perties. Council also said they would like to extend a special invitation ,to any resident ef Charles Town interested In any municipal ,rod,t- Iers to a,t,tend any or ,all o the Council meetings which are held the firs:t and third Mondays of each month ,,, r There are over 68,000 farms in {12-14-1bs.} AR CURB (12-16-1bs.} D BOHEI 4-lb. can $2.25 l-lb. pkg. 2-lb. pkg. 3 l-lb. pkgs. each 89c WHITE SEEDLESS GTPES"-. - lb. 27c FRESI CORN i's c BOSCUL TEA BAGS i 48s BOSCUL TEA BAGS ..... - qt. size 39c SUNSHINE :FIG BARS--Reg. 39c - pkg. 35c SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIE --Reg, 39c ; - - pkg. PREMIUM SALTINES - - - 11. pkg. 21c KEEBLER'SLIIM SALTINES . - 14b. pkg. LIBBY DILL PICKLES LIBBYS CUT BEETS - 3 quart jars --'10 No. 303 cans $I.00 LIBBYS GARDEN PEAS . 6 No. 303 cans $1.00 LIBBYS DARK PORK & BEANS - BROWN - 6 No. 2 cans $1.00 F L U F F 0 .... 3 lb. can I West Virgip,ia wi,th the average size being 107 acres.