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m Telephone Your News to 222 John P. Briscoe, well known locai real estate and insurance man, suffered a heart attack early Thursday morning and was taken to Winchester Memorial Hospital by Independnt Fire Co. T! II stationed at Fort Belvoir, Va. spent the wekend with the for- mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ral- eigh F. Moler in Bakerton. Mr .and Mrs. Charles E. Moore of Richmond, Va. left Monday for an extended trip to the West Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ries and two children spent the weekend with their mother Mrs. Nettle Rit enour. Mrs. Richard B. Smith Jr. of ambulance. Mr. and Mrs. Abner A. Rissler three children of Levittown, Pa. spent the weekend with their parents Mr .and Mrs. Brown L Rissler. Berryville, Va., Miss Louise Man ning and Miss Ollie Blessing were recent callers with Miss E1 la B. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Palumbo were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jen Jenkins at t-he Goose Creek Coun try Club, Leesburg, Va. for din- ner and a polo game afterwards. Mrs. Henry Gano and daughter Susan of Narberth, Pa. were re-. cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Les ter Watson and family on Highi Street. I Mr. and' Mrs. Marshall WilsonI Sr. and son Jerry Leetown visi-! m D night after spending a week with her daughter Mary Lynn Brown in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Kershaw DeLoach of Columbus, S. C. are spendinG this week with Mrs. DeLoach's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Wysong and sister Mrs. James B. Kemp at their home on South Samuel St. Miss Margaret D. Alfriend of Clarksburg is visiting her brother Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill and Mrs, and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Hill of Bakerton visited John S. Alfriend at their home Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walker on South Samuel St. Ranson last Saturday. j Mrs. Margaret LeMaster of N. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh F. Mol-[George St. returned Saturday er of Bakerton were Sunday din- from a visit of 10 days with her nr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Philip daughter and family Mr. and Meier and family at the V. F.W. Mrs. Charles L. Nicely of Colum Heiskell and their children Tom my, Mary Anne and Kathy of In- dianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ham- mann and their children of Jef- ferson Avenue have been visit. ing Mrs. Hammann's Step-father and mother Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wright in Hamilton, Ontario, Can : ada. Mrs. John F. Roth of Catons- ville, Md. arrived on Tuesday to spend several days with her son- in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. John L. Van Metre at their home on S. George St. Mrs. Ernest Presseau of Jane LeT left on Monday after spend- ing a week witlf her sister Mrs. A. O. Albin Harpers Ferry Pike. Country Club near Frederick, bus, Ohio. She.having taken her Mrs Art Wahl and her two Md granusons, unrzsr pner Lane ana rhi|r] - n ,f Roth1, m P, ,,i.i, -- " Clinton Lee home from a 6 weeks ..... ;-" ................. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dorsey .... ,^. , ,. + g M . Wahl s mother Mrs. J. " Md ......u,, ................... Rand T and 2 children of Brunswzck ........... v olph ucker at her home on o,,o,,, , oobo, a wl,h M,- ner aaugnter ann xanllly o.ro e S George St ?v .... .............. her home and spent the weekend " " ....... Mrs. u. uo y. hero C.nrt v ~Tieelv aecnm Dr. ann Mrs. James w. aruetr Mr.and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs nanied them returnine from a vis wzth t three children, John, spentthe past weekend in Alex- [t in L-uis Md with frlo-d Anne and Tom are arriving today andria, Va. with Mr. and Mrs. and in "]e and aunt" Mr and' Irs to spend the month of August .......... r Carl Tavener. Howard Ware On their return wzth D. Bartlett s mother Mrs. -- " -- -- W Visitors Sunday with the Slush Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nice- James ... Bartle . at her home ors and Wilsons, Leetown were ly, daughter Yvonne and grand- on oum amuel Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, son Dougie and Mrs. LeMaster ac Mrs. C. Lloyd Arehart of Farm Jr. near town and Mr. and Mrs. companied the Nicelys as far as ville, Va. is spending this week at Ed Bohrer Martinsburg, W. Va. Gettysburg, Pa. and visited the Charles Town visiting friends. Mrs. Howard Ashwood, Ranson Battlefield and had a picnic din She has been the guest of Mrs. is a patient in the Charles Town nor then they were on their way John Porter Burns; Berryville General Hospital. arriving home about midnightPike, M s. Darrell Koonce, South Harry J. Cain, local jeweler Recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. MildredSt. and will spend afew and County Commissioner from H. B. Langdon at their home on oays wltn i~rs. A. O. /flbzn tiar- the Harpers Ferry District is a South Samuel Street have been pers terry t'me. patient m the Veterans Admin- Mrs. Langdon's sons and their Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hall and istration Hospital near Martins- families Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence daughter Barbara and son Stevie burg. Heiskell and children Lawrence of Washington, D. C. are spend- Mrs. Max Brown and daughter David and Katie of Blacksburg, ing the month of August visiting Betty will return home Friday Va. and Mr. and Mrs. TommyMrs. Halls mother Mrs. Anthony Hankey at her home in Summit MUNIflPAL COUNCIL LEVY ESTATE Point. Tommy and Susann Jacobs of Phila., Pa. are spending two ............. weeks with their grandparents urL vv'T : ' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs, 2nd uurcrx Avenue '2V~rUNIC~PAIJTY OF RAN"SON, TO-WIT; .. '. .. ....... n toecem guests of Mr. ana At a spema'l sesaloot of the cotmczl of Odae ~mp~Rty ~ P~,~o . ~h~ ~ ~+~ ~+ +h,~,. h,~m~d ,I bull n ............................... 'l~eld in the ,council ~h~mbers ~thexeof, l~.,.~he To~n HalL|` ~ g]"Silver S~rin-'' were Mr and on the ls~ day of:Aug,, 1961, ~here were present J. eHey Lance, or., J P s. . Mayor; Arthur ~. Miller, Recarding Officer, ~nd Nell ~lu.~her, Rul~h ~ Mrs. Max Christen of Atlantzc Henry, Tom Caz~on, Odis B. James, ~nd John F. Hough, members [City, N. J. of th~ ~ouncll of said mur~c~im~ity. ' 3 ] A/3c Michael T Jones and In accordance with Section 14 Article 8, Chapter 67, Acts 193 , [A/.~ Rnh~rt Gru~pndorf ~vbo sro Second Extraordinary ,session, the Counczl proceeded to ~urke an[ ...... estimate of t~he amounts necessary to be raised ,by levy of taxes[ R~v ~ ~tnT~--a~,,~ ,~,~ for tim curren fisc l year, aria aota ae erm e est I .................. ..... w~ .......... ~wT~w~,'~w~a~'ttffiro~rtsES ]Tape, Sea Binding, Veiling, and uu~av~zwx xvr.uu..~r. *vau,~tua~ a-ua*xv I Many Other Items at Half Price Estimate Form No.1 ESTIMATE land Less. (1) The amount due ,and *the amount .tha~ will become due a~d[ July 27-2t-~P collectible from every source during the flsoal year, EXCEPT FROM[ ' THE LEVY OF TAXES to be n~e ~or t~e .~ar. [ ._ ~alance ~n hands of City Treasurer .................... $ 884.89 i Police 'fines and cos~ .................................. 5,000.00 i ~arlr2ng Meters ....................................... 2,400.00 | T~txes:----Capi~t~tion ~nd Dog .......................... 400.00 1 /~rane2zise ..................................... 500.00 1 Amusement .................................. 450.00 ~ m " Fees:--Crematory and Garbage ........................ 3,000.00 | Licens s:---Geaeral ................................... 1 . 00.00 | Miscellaneous ........................................ 250.00 J Total Estimated Receipts ........................ $14,~84.891 1 Salary of ~For ...................................... $ 200.00 [ 11 ~alary of Recorder or Clerk ....................... 300.00[ |~ ~Salary of Treasurer .................................. 200.001 II SaJa.rY of C~ty ~ttorney ........................ , .....300.00 [ ~]1 ,salary of ~o~nvAlmen or Commissioners............... 600.00 | ~alaries of assistants a~ad clerks ...................... 120.00 | -~ Salaries ,of Chief and Police . 5,400.00 1 New Equipment Police ~parbment:: ............ :... 1.000.00 " 'General .................. z,200.0o Salaries a.nd Expenses 'Feeding ,Prisoners ............... 107.00_ General expenses t lre 3epav.tment .................. 35.50o0 ~Salarles Health Comr~(ssiloner ~d employees .......... 50.00 Salaries Creamery and G~rbage employees .......... 3,0{]0.00 New equipment Crematory and C~rbage Department.. 1,200,00 General expenses Crema~ry ~,nd C~ba~e Del~r~men 800.00 ~Sta~ionery, office ~uppl~ees and equipment .......... -50.00 ~Postage ....... : ....................... .............. . 50.00 JEFFERSON _r 's THURSDAY, AUGUSA stem, teaching two years at Han dley elementary and two years at the Quarles school. Dr. Rissler is a graduate of Charles Town High School, atten ded Shepherd College, Shepherds town, W. Va. and the University of West Virginia, Morgantown, W. Va. and received his B. S. de- gree and the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Okla- The board has propsed budget to Board of School State Tax view and possible on AUgust 14 it to consider levies meet the budget. Charges Are homa State University, Still- water, Oklahoma. Dr. Rissler ser-]Agaimt ved four years in the Air Force serving in Korea. When Dr .and Mrs. Rissler left for a wedding trip to Nag's Head, N. C. the bride wore a beige and white checked summer suit with white accessories and a corsage of pink and white carnations. Dr. and Mrs. Rissler will make their home in Albion, Pa. where he wlil be connected with the United States Department of Ag- riculture, In Accident, A charge of fatlure automobile under had been lodged aweaver of Charles day, July following collision, evening, July ing before Charles Nicholas Carson. Mayor Carson ruled Le~ ~tima~~- vecei~s ......... :. : ................ Net a~our~t ~o ~e ~ ~y levy... ............. TOTinG ~ ........................ ... .. ... . CLA~ - Assessed. Number I Valuation ~rs0ra~ "Pr0pegty ............. $1,444.370.00 ~I axies--Ertglneering ~epawtment ..................... 200.00 Salaries ,~d Wages all Street Employees .............. 500.0{) ~IVIaterials, Supplies and expeases, Street Department.. 4,064,89 HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Audit by Tax Comrr~ssioner .......................... 150.00 ~1~ iParking meters, salaries, ~upplles and expense~ ........ 1,200.00 Phone 222 Charles zt, vvrl~OW~'~. Va, Walnut Safe, Mahogany Stand, Walnut Blanket ,CheSt, ,Social Security ........... ",. ........................... 325.00 Sewing Cabinet, Several Reeking Chairs, 2 Spool Beds with ~Vi~l~old~ng Tax ~nd W. Va. ~n.come Tax ............125.00! Springs and Mattress~; Boudbir" C~h/~|r, D~r, ]Br~ing A--Total Ct~rrent Expenses, :... ..... ., ............ $25~09.89i Total estimated disbursements (A-[~B). 25,309.89 Table, 2 Drop.Leaf Tables, Bo~ Case, ToWel Rack, Chosi~ Less estimated receipts ................. 14,484.89 of Drawers, 2 Reed" Bottom Chairs, WardFebe, Bug~tu, 2 Net amou~ ~to be raised by levy .................... $I0,828,00 " zs~ Large Rugs, NumeroUs-Small Rugs, 2 Card ~able$, 2 Ironing TOTAL ~ .................. . ................... , $25,309.89 SOUTH GEORGE STREET RANSON, vv. VA. Boards, Step Stool, Utility Talkie, Brass Kettle, F~r@L~aee ~t, CLASS Assessed ' "Rate of:Levy Fireplace Tools, Medicine Cabinet, Small Stands, Several Number z Valuation Proposed FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1961 Single Beds, Springs and Mattresse$; 8every! ChaJl~, Le, wa l~ersonai ,l~dperty..; .......... $ 480,800.00 12c ' Furniture, Porch Boxes, Pra~Ir of ~, Demijohn, Eh~t~ic Tl*ublic rUtil~ty Property ........ 9,800.00 12 , 0 BEGINNING AT 7:30 P. M. (D.S.T.) , Clock, Large Electric Window F~n, ~ ~l&les," ~4~axt-" Total ,Class 'No. l .......... 490,600.00 Crosley Refrigerator, I onrite Ironer, 5 H. P. Out- tity of Linen (table and' bed}; Curtains, Mirrors, Pletmes, Number H board Motor (Clinton); 8 H. P. West Bend Outboard Picture Frames, Bra~s Bed, Settee Booth and ~able; Lamps, ,Real ,E~t,a~ ................ .... 757,000.00 25a Number IV Motor, both motors are practically new; Old Cradle, Blankets, Christmas Decorations,l dio, Suit "Ck~, Re~l ~st~te ................... 877,700.00 50c Duncan Phyfe Style Lazy Susan, Wall and Mantle Trunks, 2 Electric Fans, Kitchen Utensils, Sunbeam Fryer, ,Persorm~l Property ............. 685,195.00 5Oc Clocks, Some New Merchandise including 9 x 12 Line. Waffle Iron, Hall Tree, China and~ Glassware, Phtt~d Sliver PubR Ut~Rt, y ~rop~vty ......... 190,800.00 ~Oc leum Rugs, Clothes Baskets, Tools, Dishes, Assort- Coffee Service; Wheelbarrow, Pile of Brick, Lumber, Kegs, Total Class No. IV ....... 1,753.09500 ment of Fresh Candy and Pretzels, and Many Other Garden Tools, Lawn Mower, Faint, 2 Doors, Garden Hose, TOTAL VALUATION ........ $3,001,295,00 Articles not mentioned. Saws, Garbage Can, Lantern, Baskets, Flower Containers, ~TATE OF WEST VII~OINIA, Bric-A-Brac, and Other Articles too ntm~rou$ to mention. COUNTY OP J ON. SALE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. ~UN~C~B~ OF P,~NfSON, TO-WYr: 'Z..~hlH" 'D. ~|ler, Recol~ling O[[icer o," .s~d mumclpality, do H. and R. COMMISSION AUCTION MRS. LOTT!E M. !SCHNEIDER hcveby certily ,tha~t ,the 'foregoing ~re ~tr,~e copies .from ,the record of ...... order~ made and e~tered by ~thc counai~ of ~id on~tai~patiW o/1 H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer, the d, y of ugu t, lO6Z. " For Information and Consignments Call CLARK FURR, Clerk. G~ven under ~y ([~v,d ~t~u~ 1st d~,y ~f August, 1961. - D, . .arder. CHARLES TOWN 7,R. S.z r t SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. {(DST) Having Rented My Home stud m@~ng to Marion, V&., I will sell the following ~t my ros/denee, 216 West Main Street in Shepherdstown, W. Va., on Water---fire pro~ection, streets a~d ~vers ............. 600.00 L~ht ~or street 4igl~ng ............................... 2,300.00 Light.--City Building, traffic ~ghts, etc ................. 150.00 .Repairs, s,~reet and jtralfic lights ....................... 50.00 Telephone and ~'t~elegraPh (all departments) ............ 25.00 Legal .public~tions .................................... 200.00 Insurance on City ~uilding and property .............. 200.00 eremiums oa Pollcemen's ,and offirclal .......... FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS Election e~penses ..................................... 125.00 0o. ocl. l ?zr W: ................................ 8i, C~mt~r~get~ exi~_rme~ (Mandatory ~Only) ........ " A--=Tof~'l Curt~ E:~~. ....... .. ...... ... .... ....' 5~2. P,~rki~g meters, sa~ries, ~upplJes and expenses .... 5, Tra~etiv~ ~nd..c~r expends' ~ty of, ficieis .... ...... J0. Aud~ by Te~ C~mm~l~oner ....................... 43.Oener&l e~Engineerlng T)el~r~'mnt,.,.~ .... 44. ~alaxies ~ad Wages ,all ~reet Eml~loyee~ .... ~.J~.... 455 Nte~ ~ ~ui pme~t ~t~t ~r tm~nt ................. 46 $/f ter4 Is, upplles ,and expenses, treet Dep trnea 47. ~Ma4ntenance of ~ewers, sallies and ~uPplies ....... 40. W~% C, om~ preralum$ ..... ... L ...... ~'.L..I D.,.J the accident that ted Mr and Mrs Minor Wilson ,111 i i B I'U not to bla--e for the and family near "Berryville, Va . m . ...... I i rom t'age t-- A The accident whzch batur ay mgnt. I the corner Of Lawrena Evelyn DiPietro of Boston is, ths of a percent and these will gress Streets, involv spending this week with Joann now be 5 cents on Class I prop being driven by a Sponseller. erty; 10 cents on Class II; 20 Va. man and Linawea' Mrs R E L Metz of Berry-I cents on Class III and Class IV age to the two cars property about $800 ville, "Va." is "spending this week J ......... .' with her son-in-law and daughter ~ _ _ _ _ Mr" and Mrs" Harry J" Nuse"I MUNICI ' Mrs. Raymond Wilt, Mrs. H.H. ,PAl. C0~( IL LEVY ETI Jacobs, Ella Haines and Mrs. Eva ] Ramey attended the funeral of~ STATE OP ~VEST ~IR~A, Mrs: Edith Adams on Wednesday OF in Paris, Va. [ MUNI ,rPALIT OF TOW , TO. rlT: Mr and Mrs Homer A Lore' J" At a regular session of the ~otmaF1 of ~he ,mu~icilmRty c.. ::~ +..,^ ~ .... ,., ...... ~ ?,T^w ] Town held ~n the council chambers .~hereof, 4n ~th~ Qty Ib| a,,u cwu ux,,u th ....... it - "" n- Mrs | e 1std~y of A gust, 1981, there were ,presernt N~ch~laS Car ~arKeL va v~s eu Mr a u C 1~ Pri _ _..... "_ _ I Mrs. Richard Lee Rissler , . . t~tz, Recording Officer, -Io v rd ec2 st, u. w. t rton on econa-.Avenu [ / _ II .:more, George ~M~ullen, Th rman Whitacre, Josel~ Warre~ Monday. Mrs. Long xs a sister o I ............ E ......... _ .......... H. Le 'hma a, mer bers of ek e vouncii of (muui i! ] IVIISS helen ~Jarner umonas, ures8 was a calot ox pink teazn- , ' Mr. Barton. r ..... Zn accordance with ,Section 14, Article 8, Cl~p~Pt~67, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming |c,. ..... ~'~,~,na~ ~e 71n AP.a .... [~h ..... i,~a ......... , _;.,. ,Second E~raordi, navy ,session, the COtmeAl p~ed o . daughter of Mr. and M s. Stuart ors wzth matching csrcular veil ..... n,H son f~nlvin Jr nnd Miss pai /~?":'" ~"'~'"~? "* "-: ..... .""~" I .'J:.". ."""" :"" " -v~ysa$ u, v~.u, estiWtate Of itch~e amount necessary to,be vatsed by levy ol ": ...... "::: ." t t rcte, wmcnester, ca. ana Dr. I Januegarae rose uus. , he ou.rre t f scal ye@r, cloth de ermme e sbimate | ge numaKer were runner guests d ith "" d Mrs ] Richard Lee Rissler, son of Mr. ] Dr. Rissler had as his best man amouats be as fo io s: ~ 'r:i'" ' on ~un ay w Mr an George W Flemin ' lr at theirland Mrs. Brown L. Rissler, of] his brother, Mr. Robert L. Rissler CURRENT ,REGULAR MUNICIPALo~ P~POSF~ . / Charles Town, W. Va. were mar- of Alexandria, Va. Estimate Form No 1 ESTIMATE ' - home m Martmsburg. [ried in the Chapel of the Brad-'] Mrs. Hove L. Riley played the (1) The amotmt due end th~ ~ that ~i~vo~ .. V sxtmg and MrSre C:_ Nr [ _dock .Street Methodist Church, ! traditio.nal wedding, marches and ~oBev~ble .from every source uring Ohe flscal orsey on 'I :esoay we.. me_ ] Wlncnester on ,rrzuay morning at Ipreceamg ana aurmg the cere- LBV TAXI made the year: .... : sm er rs. jonn L. Miner ana|eleven-thirty oclock. [mony, p esented a program of ~alance in ~anu.~ o~ ~y 'ITea~ttrer .................. 3 children of Shepherdstown. !'The ceremony was witnessed I nuptial music. Bal nce m aa ds of Sherl, f f ......................... Miss He!dn Von Neida and ] by the immediate members of [ Following the wedding core-l l ce frees . nd .... _.. :: ............. Miss Clara Rosemersli wit-Ithe bride s and groom's families|mony a wedding breakfast, iven 'rer.n . wee , ewer ,ann omer ............ liafasport, Pa. were:attests of Mr. [ and was performed by the Rev-,~by :t~ride's, parents was held I ~'~,~,~ u,,~,,,,~" "~'~ "~o~M.~ ............ ~ ~ "'" Mr a ,,,o.. .......... .... and s.A.B. C sh from Thurs[erend Jacob W. Mast before ~8~at th@~W~olf ~ub..~.~,J**-rt~m~t~tt.,~antm~ ~~ . ~ day until Saturday last week. |background of palms, white Fijil hTe bride's .mother wore a/ ...... ............. ..." ..... I chrysanthemums, white snapdrag[sheath dress of rose blush re-em Cohs rs' Sales ( uori'" , .... Burwell S. Ware of Woodbyrne [ ons and candelabra. - broidered eyelet silk organanza| Sewer used tax ...... .... :'.. : : : :: : : : : Farm reports an unusual good[ The bride, iven in marriage Iwith matching accessories and a[ Fees:--Crem nd Garbag ....................... yield of wheat.acreage-wise 4Ob.Ulby her father,wore a street levi[ [corsage of pink and burgundy"[ ifeVee , 'ee .................................. me acre zree oz smut. Tmsl,th weddin- -own of white Chan|wore a dress of blue crepe with/ -. "; ................................... at is t has r n ense ---4aener last condition th "" smu P e[tilly lace over satin'with bou -Ibodice of blue lace, white access| .Mi cellane0 ................ "'": .............. vailed is several nearby harvests. I fant skirt The fitted bodice feat. lories and a corsage of white Total ei'pts ............ : .......... .,. lured white satin inserts with alrosebuds. | l S22"h TED ........... vmre travel to umteu ta es ur hite a " b .... ~ ............. ' " ..... |w s tm own and fall at the] Mrs. Rlssler zs the granddaugh| 1 of gea y tiouges. I mzdrJff, cap sleevs and. square I ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. CharI 2. of Recar r or C erk ...................... | necKune, tier vell of illusmn was lies William Ritter, of Winches-1 3. Salary Treasurer ......................... i"' |attached to acoronet of lace trla[ter and of Mrs. Stuart Hobbs Ed-| of Police J dge ................... [ ngles interspersed with pearllmonds, of Head O'Bay Farms, Clel 5. , a .ary of Ci ty Attorney ................. :.. .... I drops. She wore a single strandlments, Md, formerly of Win-1 of Counc !men or Commissioners ........ ' " t~.~a~,~nes of ~sls~ts extd clerks Iof pearls, the gift of the bride.[chester and the late Mr Ed-| ^ =:l ........... " ................. roo " oz mez ....... ....... ;.., ....... Jg m and a gold bracelet which[mends. Mr. Rxssler zs the grand|lI Geadr 1 I h d been a wedding gift from her i son of the late Mr .and Mrs. The| Policemen s Pension ,l und .................. . ...... Imaternal great grandfather .to]mas L. Rissler, of Jefferson|t3. eedmg ,Fvisoner .......... [her grea granamother, tier vri County and the late Mr. and Mrs.115. New fire equil azeat .................... ..... :,o.. Idal bouquet was a nosegay of IRobert E. Hockensmith of Fredl10. General expenses ,l~Irre Depa~ent... :... .... ....., Jroses shaded from blush pink to]crick County, Md. [ 17.~l~emen's---Jeffe~ County Com.m,unication SyStem I burgundy. [ The bride is a graduate of Han| .. s .oner ana e mpmyees ..... ,... I Miss Ann Ritter Edmonds, sis[alley High School, Winchester|20" ............... [t of the bride, was the maid of|and received her B. A. degree|~ ~t~.~,,~ ~,~o~^,., o..a ,-~,~.~.~ ,,mn~,,~ " ~ ~honor. She wore a street length J from Mary Washington College,|22. New Equipment ~ren~tory and C-arbage Depar~men~ [ dress of pink cotton chiffon with [ Fredericksburg, Va. Since her|2& C, ener~l e~l~n~. Cre~ ~nd Garbage I~p~rtmen~ Ipmateu cummerDuna ann over- ~ graduation she has been a teach|24. Ja~ttors' ~a~aries a~nd s~pplies .................... |blouse of white lace. Her head- er in the Winchester school sy.[35. Repa vs o Cl,ty Buildings ,and Ja l .............. I .......... " zrniture, Ixmres VfOco mschines...;;..L... 27. Stationery, office ~upPll~ ~d ~ui~ .... .... 28. Postage .................................. 29. W r--4ire rote on. s ts and sewers .... ~0. W~ter--City Bu,,ldi~g ,~nd other l~Urpoeee .... ...~ .., testimony of an eye