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D Mr. and Mrs..Thomas Briscoe gratudations and best wishes Ken1, 712 Jefferson Avenue, on-Many lovely gifts and beat~tiful te~tained at an "Open House," cards were received and most ap- Smlday, Judy 31, from 2 until 5 preciated by the couple. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Alfriend with Mrs. Helen E. Johnson of with their daughters, Emily, Peg- 110 South Georeg Street in Ran- gy, Lucy and Sarah, Yorktown, Va., are sp6nding this week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S /Llfriend at their home on South Samue'l Street. Miss Elizabeth Taylor of Wood- ruff, S. C., is spending a month at her home on First Avenue with her sisters, Misses Juliana and Beverly Taylor. Mrs. Dale Keyser and children, Billy, Dunny, Frank and Betsy and her sister, Miss Elizabeth Tying, are spending this week at Virgir~ia Beach, Va. The Aid Society of the Murell Kill Methodist Church met Tues- day night, July 26, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Runion, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, with twen.ty-four present. Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and Miss Nannie Beavers, Boyce, Va., were guests. Will,tam Britl, mechaxfical fore- ma~ of the Jefferson Publishing Company, Inc., is on his annual vacation this week, spending a part of it touring Sky-Line Drive, Luray Caverns and other poir~ts of interest in Virginia on his mo- torcycle. Mrs. Sally Baginsky of Parlin, N. J., Mrs. Elizabeth Cohstant p. m., as a part of their observ- Out-of-town guests included and Mrs. Emma Bennett of Tren- son. The ladies spent a day on Sky-Line Drier and Luray Cav- erns. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sharpes and daughter of Newport News, Va., have returned to their home after wisiting for several days with Mrs. B. Frank Humston, North George Street. Captain and Mrs. Edward A. Lloyd and son Randy, Valdosa, Go, arrived on Friday to spend three weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. Fleming, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. C. Perry has as ,their guest their daughter, Mrs. Glenn SmAth and two sons, Denny and Price, Waynesboro, Va. Dr. and Mrs. James Bartlett and three c ~h~ldren; Arm, John and Tommy, Rochester, N. Y., wd'L1 arrive this weekend to visit the former's mother, Mrs. James W. Bartlett, South Samuel Street. Sunday visitors of the Slushers and Wflsons were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer, Big Pool, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bohrer, Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher, Jr., and daughter Gall, Leetown, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, Jr., DUly Tilghman "Howard of Baltimore OR Active With and has tWo chi41dren Jane de Gruchy Alger and Susan Howard Navy In Norfolk, Va. ALger. Lieut. Skirley Knott Alger, W'mchester, Charles USNR-R of 414 Northway B~Ri- lMiss MRS. JOHN PORTER BURNS, Jr. i SPIRIT OF jEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1966 . I/.. V~* M,iss Linda Piper and Mr. Lee M~w Huron,[ Wl]l Ra Rol,linson , attended the twenty- Illi~ff ll]lllllU1 I1 lll liOlio first wedding anniversary Tues-~ day evening at the home of Mr. |nhqA~lleJ~ ~$d|t'$)~l~d and Mrs Waldo Grapes. This was ,**-nv~,~,~,~l .,~,u.~,Ul,,W given at their home by their daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and son, Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Georgia Piper were visitors Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt of Mannings. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters Arbutus and An- toinette and }ittle daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daugh- ter Cindy, Mr and Mrs. Floyd McDaniels and family, Mr. Lee Rol~i.son and Miss Linda Piper on- joyed a real picnic dinner at the park near Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mercer ,axtd daughter Carol who have been residing in our little village, have recently moved into their new home they recently pur- chased near Charles Town. Our very best wishes go with these neighbors and a wonderful future in their new home. Miss Ro~ Grove, who is resid- ing with her sister a~ Mt. Airy, Md., is taking her vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and grandson, Terry Lee, of New Market, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Warner, of Union Bridge, Md., were Sunday visitors of Mr. At Methodist Church A Dedication-Introduct ion ~)] vice for the new Methodist al will be held at Asbury dist Church Sunday August SALE: 8 p .m. The Roy. Mr. F. VanBrunt, Pastor of St. 4.14 Church, Hagerstown will charge of the selwice. This is first new Methodist Tc Gardnei thirty years, and they cally consecrated on July Nashville, Tennessee as ts began. For the next two Sundays Roy. Mr. Lee Williams will his sermon subjects the commandments of Jesus first being "To Be", for 7. This will be followed second "To Do" on Au Two morning Worship are held at Asbury Church, corner of N. North Streets, 8 a. m. and A Nursery for pro-school is available for both Church School is held at 9:301 Dorothy Granthara, Mrs. Hugh Belle Washington and Mrs. Mary Frances Smi~, Mrs. Emma Kid- rick also 'helped out one day. The F~y-up Juniors were led by Mrs. Ann Tabb, With Mrs. Joy- ce Teston assisting. Mrs. Rose Coffin was junior unit leader in Harpers Ferry, for Joseph Leo with Mrs. Nancy Randolph help- Kiln, 59, of Calavier Heights, ing. Those also helping far one Harpers Ferry, who died Sa`tur- or two days were: Mrs. Peg Mori- day at his home following a ,lor~g son, Mrs. Charlotte Gone, Mrs. illness. The Rev. Father John C. Frances Vickers, Mrs. Doris Cline Ryan off totalled and burial was in St. Peter's Cemetery in Harpers Ferry. The deceased was born in Harpers Ferry January 8, 1907, a son of the late John Joseph and Virile Mac Shumaker. He was employed as a guard for Pinker- ton, Inc., at the A. T. & T. facil- ity near Harpers Ferry. He was Mrs. Dorothy Chamblin, and Mrs. Jean Martin; Mrs. Hazeltine Dal'ly and Mrs. Harriet Landry taught square dancing and Mrs. Mary Elirmr Peters ~augbt singing. Three cadettes helped - El,iza- beth Clark wlth the Brownies, Donna Smith with the Fly-Ups and Brenda Dignazio with the Pixies. Two seniors, Jeannie Ruth Charles Town. He leaves five a member of St. Peter's Catholic - = .._.. -. =- _ .-:.--__:.: , Mrs. Edith Garrett, Mrs. Lillian and Nora Belle Shuman, helped Garrett, Miss Reba Staubs and brothers, Roy Greaver, William Church. Greaver, Roland Greaver, Ernest Surviving are his widow, Mar- garet Painter Kiln, of Harpers Greaver, all of Baltimore; two sisters, Mrs. Ira McLame of Tam- pa, Fla., and Mrs. Dorothy Ayres of Brunswick. Services were conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. The Rev. Ralph M~ier, pastor of Bethany Ferry; a dauglTter, Mrs. Gaff James of H'arpers Ferry; one grandohild and a brother, James P. Kaln, of Harpers Ferry. n Rea The Spirit-Advocate wi, th the Pixies. Mrs. Betty Olark and Mrs. Mar- garet Gayhart prepared lunch, Mrs. Mary Frances Smith was camp rmrse, Mrs. In, a Merchat~t was director, witk Mrs. Frances 1~l~e, Di~tntct Field Director, supervislr~g. Brownies attending were: Cy~- Mrs. Ruth Manuel motored to Boyce, Va., and were dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. C. W. Dloyd and M'iss Nancy Lloyd. Mrs. Edith Garrett and dough. ter, Mrs. Deloris Jenkins and family were dinner guests Wed- nesday of Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and family, of MurreH Hill. Sherry Smith, Renee Senseney, Kim Holmes and Patricia Shiley. Juniors were: Gaylen Shiley, Angela Butts, Veronica Wilts-hire Susan Wall, Barbara Sell, Judy Nerhood, Jackie Good, Belinda Hooe, Teresa Ctine, Iris McKee, Dbra Mart~, Jenny Sue Smith, Pay I~isner, Joyce Vickers, Susan Tabb, Debra Coffin, Martha Coff- in, Sarah Mays, Cindy Gano, Wen dy Kilmer, J'enny Sue Peters, Aiys Stone, Brenda Morrison, Der ry Krouse, Ntis Smith, and Diane Gayhart. Mrs. Georgia Pearl To settle the Estate of the late Elsie B. Murphy, the signed personal representative is offering for sale the lot land frame dwelting house thereon situate at 534 South Street, Charles Town, West Virginia. 142 foot frontage on Samuel Street by 165 feet depth to ter of alley in rear Dwelling is 2.story building, plus basement and attic ed) First Flor: Double living room and kitchen room, with places in each rum, plus kitchen and utility room. Second Floor: Four large bedrooms, two complete Third Floor: Three rooms, one bath. Elevator between first and second floors, in good condition. Oil-fired hot water heat Tro-car concrete Mock garage fronting on alley in the Large yard, nicely landscaped. This is a 'large house, in excellent state of repair, and worthy of any prospective purchaser's attention and ation. All offers will reeceive careful consideration. Aug. 4-3.t. MARY M. Executrix, Estate of Elsie B. 316 South Mildred Charles Town, West Phone: Charles Town (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, 'Va. The recently organized Charles Town tem~ team traveled to Winchester to tangle with the Winchester netmen in a return match Wednesday, July 27 and the very enthusiastic group of spectators who turned out for the match saw one of the most UlU tIII Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday ---ONLY--- Have Lively Match more, Md.. is currently on active duty with the U. S. Navy sorting on the faculty for the special Naval Reserve Officers School ~ctor co~rse being held at the Armed Farces Staff College, Norfolk, Va. Lt ~Atger is an instructor in the Naval Reserve Officers School in DaRimore, Md During the p~st year he served on the staff as evaluator of instruction at the Reserve Officers school. He is a management analyst in the Social Lloyd Luther Groover, 43, of Brunswick, Md., d~ed ,last Tlmrs- day ~t UniversRy Hospital in Bal- timore after a ,long illness. He was a son of the late Roy and Eugenia Ware Greaver of LLOYD L. GREAVER Also discussed were the plans for the Conservation Outing to be held September 23-24-25 in Cacapon. Charles Town commit. tee members for the outing are Mrs. Gore, Mrs. Burch, Mrs. An- tiers, and Mrs. Blake Harrison. Mrs. Gore and Mrs. Burch at- tended a distr~ct committee meet- ,in gin Oac&pon on July 20. The three clubs in the Eastern Dis- trict are making ceramic leaves which aare to be given as souve nirs to .the families attending the outing. JOSEPH LEO KAIN Funera~ services were held Tuesday morrring at 10 o'clock from St. Peter's C~tholie Church ated a restaurant until 1958 when he buiR and operated Mac's R~ll- er ~nk. He was a member of the Marlowe Heights Baptist Church. Surviving in addition to his parents in one brother, Cooper R. McQ~2iikin of Shepherdstown. Town Tenr, is Teams very interesting. Tabb, Kathryn Longerbeam, Rose Mrs. Td~elma Breeden ,served Anne Stone, Kelley Stokes, Julie as nine leader for the Brownies Toston, Trudy Anders, Ann Gore and she was assisted by Mrs. ance of ~their 25th weddin~g anal- Mrs. Frank Payne of Newton Ba- ton, N. J., were recent visitors and son Kevin, near Town. versary. Assisting as co-host and ker Heiuhts; Mr and Mrs How- ' ' " Miss Frances Mary Rice, ortly ginia; Winston Warnick of Arlin and Mrs Jnhn Runion Sr and co-hostess were their two chil- ard Brenner, Mrs V~ta O spirited and ~vely af, ternoons of a p . daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mc- teen, Virginia; David Clay Childs family *" ~ ' ' dren, Thomas B. Kern, II, who Vountz a,~ ~r ~n,~ ~~-~ T .. ~." tennis comnetition ~o take nlace A~u~ce [~aa~emen~' Donald Ibice of 201 Wallace and David Francis Childs of Mrs" C W Llo-d and sister w~s home from West Virginia ~'r,-~'-'~i~''~*~'~,':. *~r',:"~,"~,"~" i~ WinChest"er = ~ ~ Street, Princeton, W. Va. and Berryville, Va. Miss Nannie" Beavers of Bovce' Unlvermty .... and a daug.hter Rosel- l~nchard ~" ...... Houser .................... and daughter .... Wins for the Charles Town John Porter Burns, Jr, son of For her daughters wedding, Va., were Tuesday even'ing supp " er In, a ]unmr at Duke Umverstty. Di~i~ ~rav. Mr ~,~a M, wlm~,, team included a match between MiSS DONS S]au~hter Mr. and Mrs. John Porter Burns Mrs. Rice wore a Wmston blue euests of Mr and Mrs Jorn Run- Mr r h r ................................. o ha 1 ....... s. Ke n, t e forme Muss lela~h~n ,,f U~,,n ~,, ~,- [ Glen Edwards {CT) and Rickv f C r es Town, were unzted m chiffon dress with matching acces ion Sr and family L lhan Payne, and Mr. Kern were .......... I Ross (W ~ Very evenly matched TA U., ~,,k,,,& V ...... marriage at 7:00 P. M. Friday, series. Mrs. Burns chose a coral ,~,~ ,. o, ..... ,, ATTEND anw~_r~. James ttocgwen, Hagers- "'. "~ " /U fill, IIU II I~ , ............................. rearmed Judy 30, 1941 by the Rev ............ [th~ be~s tied ~.ames scores a,t 4-4 I~ I~111 ]~ July 29 at the First Methodist chiffon sheath dress Bo~h wore ............................. gown, M{I ; MaSS deaDle Tnarpe, ""-" -" o - . . " . " nm zuuumuz:sL ,..zmrca nero ~ Dr. LoweLl Ensor at the Metho- ... =' .......... land a-ain at 5-5 Then Edwards . Church in Princeton. white orchids .... +h~ .... ,in~. ~+ ho h .... 6ist Pa~nage, Westminster, Mdwarren, tynlo; mrs. ~uDert ton- ..:':.~=.~ .~.a .," a_~ t~r,~ba ~,~i -~_ ~ ..... - .= Performing the double-ring A reception at the Ellis Club on ~,g_~ ..... .:x,; .... ;"9 "~..~"~. "'~'" "* .... ,,,~*,,,s ~,,=a,, ~,~ ~-~, ........... ivrr ' n n r A silver and white color theme gerDeam ann Mrs. uarolyn Ed-I serve to win, 7-5 -=---~- % - ...... -i ceremony was Rev. Carlyle Mc- Douglas Street in Princeton was ; an%m~ ~o~n^~u a~ ~:; ,. was carried ot~t in the decora-mtmds, of Berryville, Va ; Misses I Seward (W)and Leslie :--~-- ~ "~ Donald, minister of the Charles hosted by the bride's parents - m~ ~,,u~".~ ~a~,~,~-~v~'~u,t~ O ~ r~ i i " L n i . ~ner work a~ l)ouoie~ay monoay Lions. The tame was centered yn a d CMh e Mclntyre, Bethes.[Widmever (CT) each exnerienc. )(-:- - -;-: - I Town Presbyteman Church. The bride is a ~raduate of l .................... 1. ....... :Unll with a lovely white floral ar-, d., Mr. R E. Feltner, Blue- ] ing their first season on the ==--_ :- - _ ] I The altar was flanked w~th fans Princeton High School and Con- I +~..~ c.~. ...... ~.~ .. ,, ......... rangement in a silver bowl which moat, Va; Mr. and Mrs Forest [ courts, tied in dames scores un- : : ! I of plumosis fern, vases of white cord College where she received [ ~.'.~'-'" ~::-~ -"~ ~'~-~ ~'.':~,[~,?--'~-~ Rockenba o , . ~. , tzozz uu~ ,UL wry muc, t,,~ ~u was a gift from the children, ugh and Mr. and Mrs. ]tfl Seward broke Widmeyer s ~-: -'~ I gtadaolus and cathedral tapers m a B S Degree in Home Econo-I~t.~ ~~ .~ o. Mrs. Sylvia Brenner ,a sister of Gilbert Perry, of Harpers Ferry;/serve in the ninfh game and won ~lll~~/ I rcudar candelabra, talcs. She was a member of Sigma I ....,o ...... . .... O N llF I Mrs. Kern's served the punch.Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sony, Pur-[ the set, 6-4. ~~~l~ [ Miss Olga Pendleton played Sigma Sigma sorority, Home I,,,,::~'~::~':~: ~"~"'~et~i'n~ ~a'lon~ Mrs. RiChard Houser and Mrs. cellvi~le, Va.;; Mrs. Mark LRtle] Scores of the other singles maC-~---~j traditional organ wedding music. Economics Club and A:lpha Beta ve~ we~:San~ i "~+~in~ ~,ith her i ~~ !~ Gilbert Longerbeam sewed the and children, Pauia, Joey, Andy[ ches were: K'it Mowlden (W) ~~ [Mvs. James Skeens of West Lib- Alpha. She is presently teaching [,,a~.~,,~" ~o,~' u~"~,S, rcl~~'" w~ I cake. The n~.n~iature bride and and Patrick, Fredericksburg, W.] over Jerry Salsano (CT), 6-2; ~~ erty, West V~irginia, was soloist, at Harpers Ferry High School. ~.~,~'~.o~,~,,~.~.~ "~'",;~" groom cake-trip decoration had Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bush[ David Hamstead (CT) over Joe ' Given in marriage by her The groom is a gradua`te of lf"~"~)o~r" hWe'al"~'l~"s ............. ~lso bee~, used on Mrs. Kern'sof Arlington, Va.; Mrs. Ronald[ Damron (W), 6-1! Billy Gentry ~ l father, the bride wore a dress of Charles Town High School. He is l .... . . :: . - parents 50th anr~iversary cake. Bush, of Mild~ille; Mr. and Mrs.| (W) over Mike Rogers (CT), 11-9 ~~ [ candlelight ivory silk organza self employed as a dairy and cat- I mr: an~ Mrs. ~arz.a .~rom .'re.x- o eve a 1 as wno nave ~een visiting melr M re than 275 guests calledEldon Payne and daughters Cin-[ ~ike Seward (W) over David ] r t ffeta fail e. The, fitted tie farmer. .~ ~. . . , , during the afternoon to offer con- dy and Cheryl, Kearneysville. | MacDonald (CT), 6-1! Boyd Ham- ~~ [ bodice had applique of Alencon Leavin- for a trin to Cane Cod I son ~ona~a an(/ tamuy nave re- . ~ . ~, ~- ~. , .: turnea home ..... / man (W) over Danny Nichols I ~~ [ lace with a panel of re~embrmder- .the bride was attired in anav- ] "" '~ * " ' Securit.'~ ~,,,,,,,,,,~--,~-ml^n'~:~+"+~-- ,,," ~,,u,-~" | (CT), 6-4. . [ ~:.~.~~~ led seed,, pearls ,extendmg .t the blue linen dress with matchin~[. ~ Mrs. Sarah. Garrett and daugh-,. . ~[ss ~0nnne ms0n rnar~ | In the doubles matches, wkichl ~~.~ [hemline. The cathedral t~ln was accessories and the white orchid[ter, Bertm Deek, were dinner [ ""Lt~" Alger is one of ten reserve] were scored two out of three sets ~~~ ] also designed with `the same trim Hfted from the prayer i~ook I guests Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. ~m~,~mAm& Amm~,t~J,,J [ ,ffi~. .... ;,~' ^.~..~..^ . .... ~,~l for a win, Steve Dorsey and Rob-! ~~~ / of ,lace and pearls She wore a U-on returnin~ they wil'l be l Georgia Piper and Mr. and Mrs. L-II~OtJ~glll~'lll/41111UUII~I~U [exneri no-in *ho Cain (CT) defeated Lonnle[ --~Y" I ]mat0hing french ii,luslon Alencon residin~ at their new home in|Gerge Talton. ...... ] O/ficers'Sct~'oo/s'~program's~ect[[ Seward and Boyd Hamman (W), n ross DORIS SLAUGHTER |lace mantilla. Her only jewelry Charles Town, West Virginia. ] Meet Ohio Friends ~ 10 Mr. uonm ~own by ~he, Navy Department for| ..6:4, 6"3" Dan.~_Nichis and Da.vid | Mr. andMrs. Robe~W. Slaugh-]WaS..a,an_at~cul_t_u_redpearzs~l Followi~g the rehearsal, the| I was surm'ised to see acAr ~~ I this special assignmen`t riamsteaa (t;r). won over Joe ter of Ctiarles Town, announce| a. g u~ oz the. ~muegroom. ~necar- parents of the bridegroom enter-'~ drive, 't~ our" dc~r I l~new thev I ....... : ................. ': :~'=~:-':'~ ...................... : : .... The seminar being held at the Damron and Billy Gemry (W),, the engagement of their daugh-'[ rl.ea an nemoom ~smm t~oo.~ tained the wedding party and out w~rL'~,-~n~-~-'h-~'s,,~-T aia n~t : Armed Forces Staff College is the v-3, 5-~, 6-~.. . [ ter, Doris Ann, to Mr Robert oeiongmg ~o nor great- of town .guests at a dinner a,t the r~o~ni~, th,, ,~r a : : o .... _~o.._~ ~ ......Mr. Pearl n- : .... :~ " "[ 11fh annual n~'r~c*ram onnrluotorl In the fima~I ann most hotly con- I Wavn,~ Ve~nev s-n -f the late granamomer. Tne wm~e sa~m Red Carviaae Summe- Club .... " -- :: :: .... ...... ,,l..._. ,._~ ............... "- ~ --" -. ~-- - - - sTereo me floor. The occupams i~.:i: :~~; ~ ~ ]by the Navy to improve the qua- tested match. Mike Seward an.d I James Robert and Evelyn Strine |be. ok was showered with white Out of town guests included said thev woudd love to sav hello ~:i:::::~!. :: (~:: :: | lity of instruction at Naval Re- KlCKy l~aSS (W) deteaze~ .t~avld[Keeney and the adopted son of rIDDen ann step.narmus, ~:oppeu Mrs. J. C. Stringer, Alachur Flor ,t, Mr~ "Pearl ~ T rn~t~th~*m GASOLINE ~!:;:/: ~ [serve Officers Schools l~cated in Marc.Donald^ any^ Glen Eawarus ] 1VII. and Mrs. William T. Kreh, Iw' n a wmm orcmd. [ida, Mrs. Forrest Stringer, High TThev'were~ne f(~lks and'so-very I ~::~:~ i[ all parts of the United States. A (ur), o-~, o-a, ~-~. ] Jr, of Frederick, Md I Mrs. Isaac Damewood, III, of ~ Springs, Florida, Mrs Walter nr~,d ~- ~n,w thorn Tt ~ their ~' ...... " i ................................. HIGH OCTAl ;: ::~:::::~::::" ....... ~i:.l similar course is being .held this ] .- --, . U Miss Slaughter, a 1962 ............................... graduate ] Pr nceton, served as matron of Hermansen, Forrest City, North rd~am,r~ t, ~r~ak to tb~ enrr~- i~:.~: : month at Treasurer IsLand, Catff- IiInl~l, Wnm n ~lllh I of the Oharles Town H~gh School, I honor She wore a formal empire, Dr. and Mrs. Harvey n~ndm~t , ~ho~tnut T4iH They [ :~ iorn4a, for faculty members of i"''~' ,,v,,N,, ~ ,~,,, [is employed as a teller at the[ style go win o.f..lavender, ch!ffon Rice, St. Pat~l,Minnesot.a, Dr. and ~sai~'~-~hey~rea~'~th~e"~olumn week'-] i:::~;.:!:!~ ~ sch~ols west of the Rockies Fifty,, ,,, m.. , , ]FredericktownSavingsandTrustlOVermr~eta wim a tioa~mgnacK Mrs. Jonn trice, Phhaaelphia, 'iv and oniovod i,t wry much l [EGULAR .-PR :i:i three faculty members and pro-. rims FICDIC r0r I'arg I Compmay. . I drape. Attendants were Pat~cia Penni.: M~ Elizabeth Bums., T'hey said"they-preferr-e(l to read [ : ~:! [spective faculty from Naval Re-[ ] Mr. Keeney, a 1956 graauate off-urns, sister ot me groom, miss i~ortoIK, v,irginia, Mrs. uavia the .Krfirit ~f .T~ffor~an-Advaea~ol - .... !i~;]~ rve Officers Schuss located in I On ~ #~u A~ 15 [ ...................................... ] se l the Frederick HI h School us at Jane Bobb~tt of Alexandria, V~r Cbilds and d~ughter, Tucker, , .... g , " . . , . ' " ' to their own paper. They spoke] : Nav~ Districts One through Nine [ |,tenting .the Pittsburgh Institu,e ]g,nm, Mms Gaff Rector and Mrs. Berryvflle, Vlr.gmla, Robert Lee of the mountain and the scenery., For instant starts, Ion.O I are attending the Norfolk semi-[ A meetS-" of "he ........ ]of lV~rtudry Science in Pitts-IMyron Anderson of Prlnc.e~n. Child, s, Berryvil~,. yirgmia, Mr. They sa~d they very much on-[ mile,~e,mdsmooth," I rmr as students. [. ~ ~. Y~'~_uv~v~! burgh, Pa. Upon graduation he ] Trmir (lresses were pink chiLLon an(l Mrs. owen wonKwn, Cnarms iove~ their el, sit with Mr Pearl I ~, o~n~ } The Navy began its Naval Re- ] committee of ~,l~e^cnarles l~)wn. will return to work at the M. R. ] styled as that of the m~ron of Town, Mr. Narria Hering, Charles ~n~d ~f r~a,. r~m." if v,m ] ~[~~ I serve Officers School program in ] Jun2r wom~n s .~lu~. was. nela Etchison and Son Funeral Home I honor. They carried kissing balls Town, Mrs. Winston Warnick and ~w"~',~v~'~'~ h'~h'~"~n~t]m'i~ [ /|'S on mon(lay, Ju y 1~, ~ ~ne nome ~~i~ I 1953 to strengthen and 'broaden[ .......... ~ in Frederick. [of orchid carnations, pink sweet daughter, Kathy, Arhngton, Va., of meeting wRh fine folks as I] Ot Mrs Jalnes ~ore Attenamg date ha b n set for the heart roses and babys breath Mr and Mrs William Wa of I the professional knowledge of [ := ... . =:" _ .. _ ] No s ee ] "' " ' ggY have had in all these many years I were Mrs nonert marcn, Mrs K Servl as best man was David Charles Town, Colon~ and Mrs -!l ] Naval Reserve Officers on inact- [ .. . ....... :" :] wedding, l "ng ' " with hein~ one ~f ~he corresnnnd- ] / ive duty and to keen them abreast ]~anmng. Keai.v, mrs.. ~pert i.. [ Marshall Burns, brother of the Frank Zivilai and son Victor of =:= ",~.,r ~o,,=',~i~a ~ =~ [ The Motor 0il It " of cur:rent nav~l "developments.' a~urner, Mrs. l~.ana~It Anuers, i I.,~th~r~n ~h,,v'~h nff|~Luf~rl ]R,,r ! groom. Groomsmen were Roy Faiffax, Virg',~ia, Mrs. Carlyle ~t~,~r~"" ~'~r~"'~,~"k~n "~'~ | ..................... More than 10 000 officers :-artici- mrs. Lmvid WarmcK, Jr., and Mrs..-7~'---m" =:'~'':..':--L='-'~7 "~"."/Dick of Mannington, West Vir- McDonald, Charles Town ~'=~7.:Z -.." :'.""'~ ~ ........ M~ an~ Mrg Am~ P TT~., ' P P e._,,o ~,.~ m~h,rt Wa,,,,~ ~a,' ~ was m J~,ge hill uemetery m/ ,,~=,,~ ,~w friends hke Mr. and I Fights Engine Kno Gerrardstown announcea thi~ ~ m thus program., held at 83 unablo, t, a4tp, nd Charles Town. | , I Mrs. Harry Renkle of Barnes-| ........ scnoous mrougnou~ me coun,~ .......... t ~....I. ' ~ L__ I ', " e t n a a " ry. l .... yule, Ohlo We hope you have w ek he e g geme t of their Officers who successfully corn P ins for the prospective men- ty I granddaughter, Miss Connie L. pl~e these college leve~ NROS ber picnic were discussed and the FRANKLIN McQUILKIN, JR. /li0nv1wlll~l Junl0r G|d ic0uts li~| C0un the opportur~ity of reading Chest-I 1 Mason, to Mr. Donald E. Brown, .=..~,~ ,~,~,,,~ :,~;~ .... , ~...~ menu planned. The picnic will be Funeral services were held Sun| " ....... ,nut Hill !Rems many, many times] ~fl~lvh SMIT! ...... o ..... ~ .=~,.=,.~,,~ ,~m . a at " , again son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. .... ,,,^. ^~ held m the Charles Town Park d y 3 p. m. from the Melvin T. ~l~|~I][ O_~I]~ ~l'~lPl~lI~ A ran}a I . I Brown, Ranson. ~'~:.'ZZ',',~,,~'~'~.,~'~.s~'.~'.~'~'.,~ on Monday, August 15, at 6:30 Strider Sudley Funeral Home in ~||~ |r~ qh~u|||~ #4 ~u|u~|~ ~;|||~| n Mr. andMrs:. Georg.e Talton] DISTRIBUTOR . ~,,~,- =~,--,,.-~,,,~,=~ ,,,, v-u,~.=,u,,-, arm two ~au aters ~moy ana M~ss Mason, formerly attended naw] ,,~lifi,~i,)r~ p.m. Mrs. KeLly and ,her commR- Shepherd~t0wn, for Franklin Mc- ~ I__ .. ..... / Belt Avenue " ................... uflkin Jr 40 a resident of , ~naron, Mrs Mamle ttussen ann -Musselman High School and MrLt. A1 tee, Mrs Turner and Mrs Watson, Q , , , A total of 61 Brownie and Jun thla O Barmen Trace Lon er -. Brown a, tended Charles To~ ~I~, .2e~2,Ps,~b~e~ w)tL,the will p~sent a skit to "acquaint" Stephen Ci~'y ,Va., who died un- ior dirl Scouts of Jefferson Cou: beam, Jan~ Peacher ~Ynrde l~an Mrs. Sarah Garret~ were d~ner i .............................. ex ' : ' . guests "rnursoay ot mr. ann Mrs.Ranson, W. H~gh.A September wedding ........................... is bemg R~]~m~,~of Shenherd~in'~Colle~ele-~7 ~LTIdA ,..~..~..~..~r~d,,a,,the Col- thethe ~ubPrspectlve. members with _ThePeetedlYRev. . I..ThursdaYD: Jvhnson,. .2 at..hiSof homeFront., campi~gntV- .... have atCmwletedthe Bardaneel~ht Commu-davs of Robindlph' CathVzombro,~ HlttElizabeth, Kathy, Whltesims,,, Gallarm ........... Hawk Ot marylana, . , [[ planned. " Will,lore ~nd M~rv wi~h Repo~ts were made on the at- ~toyaz, ~ssi~te~. ~y me nee. Jonn nity Center and they report the~ Cindy V, ickers Bonnie Sue Rile,, I _' _._ u Phone tege of ..r ......................... , , raft ements for the District Con R Stiff of Martinsburg Burml , | ...... degrees in English and Public g ........ . . __ ~. ~u ~ . enjoyed every minute of the new Rozanne GriffRh, Terri Shanholtz Use The Classifieds I F I[ A lnem Scho,~l Admi.n[~*i,~n T.* Alan. ven~lon which will De neta in was mane in l~lmwoo(l ~emetery experience ' Cynthia Bennett, Kimberlv CoLt- . onuunn~ n. ~i~;~ is married to the former Jane Charles Town on September 10. In Shepherdstown. The girls participated in craft, rill, Kim Basore, Karen Lee Walk The deceased was born near hikes, cook-outs, square dancing, or, Mary KroL~se, Cheryl Roberts, Shepherdstown in Jefferson Con- folk dancing, singing, a campfire, Susan Suracker, Diane Donely, nty, May 7, 1926, a son of Frank- Scout's own and an "over-night." Jackie Grantham, Linda Lincoln l'in and ~isel Cooper McQuilkin. The Browrdes also found a trip and Vankssa Lincoln. He went to Front Royal and oper- to the Leetown Fish hatchery Jtmi~)r Fly.Ups were: Ruth