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IF" I: With "The Anvil" and Civil War Attire The Bank of Charles Town went at the job of helping to promote and publicize "The Anvil" Todds Have Reception For Special Guests, Radio, TV And Press Hiss Cecelia Heins Announce Engagement 1Miss With Mr. Demory In Following the premiere show- :::: .... ing of The Anvil staged Saturday evening in the Jefferson County Court ttouse, distinguished guests members of the press and radio and television who attend ed the production, were guests at a reception given at Media, by Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Todd of Charles Town the home of Mrs. Julia Davis Healy, author of The Anvil. The reception was to have been held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Todd the site where John Brown was executed by hanging. : some 100 years ago but because of the sudden illness of Mr. Todd it was changed to the home of i:, Mrs. Davis. t ................. .... Mrs. Leeds K. Riely, chairmant .... : of the Civil War Centennial ComI mittee of the Jefferson County[ MISS CECELIA HEINS Chamber of Commerce, said both I Mrs. Harmon K. Heins of Greel the Centennial Committee andleyville, S. C. announce the enga- if the groom, poured es Sandra K. Daugherty hie L. Moler, cousins of rkll,rk and groom registered llUlt.II Mrs. Demory was from Shepherdstown High and until recently she ployed as a legal the U. S. Air Force at the1 gon, Washington 25, D. C. :: Airman was uated from Shep School and is presently in t S. Air Force and Dew A. F. B. Maine. The couple will reside gor Maine after July 24. Guest came to the from Virginia, Md., Pa., D. :lorida. The Young Peoples School class of the odist Church, Bakerton, bride-elect a shower the marriage. Washington Man For Drunken Charles Town State Tommy Ward reported the apprehension of Cannon of Washington, D. $6.95 day morning, Aug. 13. Basket lun ch "will be held in the church yard following the service. All are welcome. Mrs Morton of Elizabeth, N. J. was a recent guest of Mrs. Straith Briscoe Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Shafer and children and Mrs. Tom Kemp were called to Ellserlie, Md. Men day due to the death of Mr. Sha fer's son Mr. Roy E. Shafer who was killed in a one car accident Friday night. Our sympathy goes out to Mr. Shafer. Mrs. Thomas Shull and daugh ter Mrs. Ruth Viands left Wed- nesday morning by "car for a trip through Virginia. While gone they will visit Winchester, War- renton, Richmond, etc. before re- Shields Green, Robert Carr. turning home on Sunday. John Copeland, Wilbert Balti- "The Anvil" FROM PAGE 1 u paper, radio and television per- sonalities. Among the distinguish ed guests for opening night were U. S. Senators Maurine Neuber- ger of Oregon; Ralph M. Yarbor- ough Of Texas and Jennings Ran dolph of West Virginia. Mrs. Yar borough was also in the party which drove in from Washington. Tickets are still available at the Chamber of Commerce office in Charles Town for the eight performances still to be present- ed. They may also be purchased at the door at the nightly perfor mances. LADIES SUMMER SLEEVELESS NEWBERRY Regularly $4.89 CLEARANCE 39e WOMENS SPORT CAPS 10c 49c LADIES COTTON PANTIES 27e The, cast inorder of appearan- ces follows: LADIES KNIT Narrator, Donald Williamson C O T T O N NEWBERRY Col. Lewis Washington, Leeds K. Riely. Edwin Coppoc, William McVey. Aaron Stevens, David Webb. John Cook, Dr. Kenneth Psillas. Regularly $1.69 CLEARANCE requirements you make of them too.., that they give long wear, fit correctly, adequately protect and support those fast'growing feet, and are priced to fit your faraily budget. LADIES SUMMER VARIOUS STYLES Regularly $2.98 CLEAF 69e LADIES ZORIS $1.79 LADIES PAJAMAS GIRL'S DENIM SANFORIZED Regularly $2.49 ( Harry J. Cain, well known local jeweler ami County Commission er for the Harpers Ferry District remains a patient in the Veterans Hospital near Martinsburg. His condition was reported as being about the same as last week. Warren Kemp of Annandale, Vs. spent the weekend with his mother and father Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp. He took back his dau ghter Sharon with him who had spent two weeks with her grand Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp. Miss Joe Ann Pratt of Cumber- and is speriding a week with her cousin, Dawn Shafer. Mrs. Richard B. Smith Jr. of Berryville, Vs. was a caller at Miss Ella Smith's apartment on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp spent a few days with their daughter and son.in-law Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Wolf of Aannandale, Vs. Mrs, Joe Cain Sr. is the guest of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain on Jef- ferson Avenue, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs:. Robert Turner Jr. and children Ricky and Sherry, more. Andrew Hunter, Lee Bushong " Charles B. Harding, Hugh Caper- 49c BOY'S SHORTS " 33c ton - --- Lawson Botts, Dean Nichols Thomas Green, Roger J. Perry. $1,00 GIRLS' KNIT BLOUSES 57c Clerk of the Court, Edward Lee Pine Judge Richard Parker, W. P., C.LADIES SUMMER Perry FLAT HEEL NEWBERRY John Brown, Robert Leonard $ Sheriff Campbell, Ernest Watson Jailor Avis, Keith Brockman Dr. Mason, Bill Hershey Twelve Men of the Jury (Fore man) -Mayor N. Carson. Dr. Starry, Frank Buckles Mahala Doyle, Pauline Hocken- smith Mrs. John Brown, Mildred Perry George Hoyt, John Newcomer, Jr. Conductor Phelps, Frank Rone- mu$. John Allstadt, Albert Ballenger Armistead Ball, John Boyer Alexander Kelly, C. F. Printz Joseph Brua, Albert Nerhood Henry Hunter, Edward Larabee Hiram Griswold, C. L. White Captain Sinn, Glenn Ramsburg A Minister, Tom Kitchen $1.00 GIRL'S SHORTS $1.29 BOY'S SHORTS MEN'S COTTON SHORT SLEEVE Regularly $1.98 CLEARANCE J Regularly $1.69 FRIDAY and SATURDAY STORE HOURS: 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Use Credit I Shoes created by Poll-Parrot to meet the demands your youngster makes of them at school... and after school too. Poll-Parrot shoes meet the BOYS AND GIRLS SHOES FOR YOUR SIZES 8 to 3 Apt. Charles Town returned home Thursday afternoon after OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY spending several, days in the Charles Town General Hospital. NIGHTS TIL 9:00 O'CLOCK! Wickliffe Church annual ser- vice wil be held at 11:00 this Sun the Chamber of Commerce wish gement of her daughter, Cecelia the two-act drama, re-enacting the trial of John Brown, in ~t two-fold fashion with one of the to express appreciation to Mr. to Mr. Raymond Frazier, son of most interesting and attractive exhibits and also by having all bank employees attired as Civil War and Mrs. Todd for their very gen Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frazier of buffs while they are on duty at the bank. This promotional theme was started Saturday morning, crows contribution to this pro. i Ranson, W. Vs. day morning about 1:20 the first day "The Anvil" was to be presented andthey will carry through until Saturday when the Route 9, North of ~har bank is closed after the day's business has been completed. The gowns and suits were rented by ject and the community in generj Miss Heins is a graduate of on a drunken driving c the bank from a Baltimore firm and they are being worn by all the bank employees except those in al. I Greeleyville High School and Trooper Ward said he the, bookkeeping department who do not have occasion to meet banking patrons. The above pic- i Flora Macdonald College. She has . Cannon driving in a ratA, ture shows the employees and bank officials in their Civil War costumes. They are, front row, left were Mrs. Jessie Appell and Miss [ been organist, choir tlirector, and tain manner and took t to right:---Margaret Ann Hockensmith, Louise Feltner, Betty Benner, Virginia Webb, Mary Lee Susann Acosta of Charles Town. [Christian Education worker at custody. At a hearing be billow, Nancy Clevenger, and Charlotte Dunlap. Back row, left to right:--Shirley Hunt, James W.Mr ra the Charles Town Presbyterian Strider, Marshall L. Orndorff, Philip T. Porterfield, Jr., Donald S. Smith, John S. A'lfriedd. Leonard . and Mrs. Harry Ashc ftl .... ; ; ..... tice of the Peace Merle Nicely was on vacation this past week and therefore is not in the picture. The Bank's bookkeep- and two sons moved on Saturday I nurcn ..... since omy 1, 1roy.. . he was found guilty of the from outh Mildred Street to Jef[ Mr r razmr is a graauate S ......................... and fined $50 and costs. ers also were not included in the picture since they were not wearing the costumes during the ferson Terrace [Charles Town High School and week. ........ has n Mr. and Mrs. John Gale Demory GO TO ..... M ........... [Shepherd College, and do e - -- her sister a few days with I from Catonsville, Md. r. ann lvtrs r uam tone aria famil, " xr, [graduate work at Texas Technol. Miss Esther Yvonne Gea--ryy, da- ushe-' s. .... ---i I= A tl II [her sister and brother-in-law Mr. I Members of the Presbyterian "" .... : ..... ,y, .,. w 2 logical Institute, Lubbock, Texas. lvionaay evemng visitors Ot Mr - ....... " ...... r" " ""- r K || N All l_ ] and Mrs. Howard Creamer of Bar ] Church Book Club were-enter- a-n T tr T il rl " [He ezveu ,uu, m ghter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Norman I Mrs'Gear,, wore for her dau-h m = . == ,, 1, , n, v [dane. While here, her sister Mrs. tained by Mrs Patsy Grant and ,,,rs. oac, ,,ewe,, an,, son. I United States Navy. Geary of Harpers Ferry, Route , ,- .., v x x xa [ Creamer served a family picnic ] Mrs. Edgar Smoot at-Mrs. Smoots ar. and Mrs. Earl. Bane along [ The wedding will take place at ............ ter s wedding a dacron print _ oecame me orme Joan t ale dress of leaf reen and old with with their son ann (laughter r.[5.30 v m on August 20 in the .... Demory, son of Mrs. Austin L. I white, white,accessories and a cor 1 Visiting Dr. and Mrs. n. B. fen their lawn Those present I home. Mrs. C. Lloyd Arehart who and Mrs. E. M. Bane of Lawren:[McDowell'Presbyt[ rian Church, Huf,fer: Jefferson, Md: in Bethel I sage of gold carnations. Mrs. Huf | EFFECTIVE AUG. .... a,,, c,,,aa ..... ere Mr and I were Mr and Mrs Charles Cream I originally started the club, was a r ' " ams and dan h l er and sons Charles and Daryl specml guest resent About flf Ms. Wflham Ad . g - I. "" P . .. cevflle, .va. nave. just returneu [Greeleyville, S. C. The ceremony emoaist t;nurch, BaKerton, fer chose a nowder blue sheath I1 j tei, Sue of Lynchburg, Va I Creamer and Mrs. Marion Childs. I teen members attended. rom a tour vmmng places m-[will be performed by the Rev terest as Niagara Falls, Canada, ICarlyle k. McDonal(t, ministel urday morning, July 22 at 11:30. with white accessories and a cor- COMMUNITY OIL The ooume ring ceremony was sage of white carnations PANY OFFICE Will Mrs. June Bohrer, secretary for I Miss Margaret Savil had as a I Mrs. Elizabeth Wiley of Silver Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa, I of the Charles Town Presbyter- performed by the bride's pastor, re.e..ti ..... | Located on Euclid the Jefferson Publishing Co. Inc. [,guest last week vnss rat zou oz Snrin Md is visitin stopping off in Dubuque, Iowa to lien Church. .............. p m East Washin* on Stree$ is taking her vacation tAm week. [Catonsville, Md. i ia s Russelll 304 East LibertySt. witness the wedding of Mr.I-- . ..... ......... ev. oame um.. bride followed the marriage." A I tended, Next"to Our lvmsm the service oy wlss e ed Mr. and Mrs. Grover Dunlap of[ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smootz of ] Charles Town. Banes niece, Miss Beverley Bane l .......... .. ........... tier d w ding cake was served I house and Bulk Plan~ Middleway have returned to their l326 East Liberty Street have just l Mrs Ida M C 1 ..... to Mr wiDiam wn,aw.rn h,thlrecenuy returnee rom Auanuc lua r nzaoetn tioages, organist, by Mrs Cynthia A Blaine Alex- c au ey, wile ot the ...................... where mey were vacation included" Adagio" by Mendelssohn, andria " Va" friend" of the' bride A 3.g. 10-14;. home after a very interesting va [returned from an extended tour I late l" B('Butch') icCauley, ihe of Dubuque Returning by way of[. " Bounce' in" G by. Hand , Largo Miss Nancy' "' C.. Osbourn, cousin 1 cation spent in the Great Smoky l of Yorktown, Williamsburg, NOr[latter'havin been re-'embered Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Pen-Img. Mountains. I folk and Jamestown. After cross l - g . ;t' nsylvania, stopping at Carey,[ Mr. and Mrs. Ford and .family ny ttanuei, o rertect Love oy ] v ......... " nawng operates a shoe repair Ohio to visit Mrs. Bane's nephew [ were guests ot a-tss wzmzrea Barnby, The Lords Prayer and " - - - -' mg o er to me r astern nore Mr. and Mrs. Welton Itutton of . . shop at 107 South Charles Street .. from Norfolk by ferry, they V]Sl- Grve' Pa" M::s" Ahn,L The church altar was adorned ted many antique shops on the fern great many years was re- Mr. Calvin Taylor formerly of [Browse on Monaay. the traditional Wedding March. ............... in Delaware and New lerIcenuy omcnargeo rom t;narms Jefferson County. I -- 'reen of Thurmont Md. motored[ ...... ' I Town General Hos'qtal ,o Miss Gloria Brady of Yonkers, IhlitatJons Issued with white gladiolias and palms. You'll Like , ' sey, ending their trip Dy a snort " ...... fhrough all the New England[sta at Ocean Cit N I now residing at the home of her N. Y. was visiting this week at I .......... ,- -'-', _ The bride who was given in -- -- ~ States, the Provinces of New l Y Y .... I dauuhter Mrs Susie HarCh ~a the home of Mrs. Grace Throm ITn W~ddmn Me~ Rn r marriage by her father, wore a rlPl~ '~,a4rtd-,r ,~,,I [~ lJ~ ............ white ballerina length dress of zH~= ~x~# ~tu ~ Ig~t~inswick, Nova Scotia and l Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Kern I A. Street, Brunswick, Md. Mrs. and Mr. Guy Davis on Second[-*' ........ ~ ...... r- chiffon over net and taffeta and . . _ ,~~ Quebec for a very enjoyable va-[of ~.efferson Avenue had the fol: I McCauley writes that she misses Avenue, Reason. " [ , cation trip. They returned homeliowmg guests last weeK: Mr. anulCharles Town and would very Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles tin Charles Town Aug. 27 a seed pearl crown held the brid- Convemenee of al veil. Her only jewelry was a "~[[[]/11~ t~ the latter part of the last week. [Mr~ Melvin Payne of Syracuse, [ nmch appreciate letters and vis- Clendening at their home on E. | Invitations have been issued pair of pearl earrings, gift of the (~. ~t~l~fpt-V ]~]/~J~r~pr~ /~, viis t anemy, 1haiti its Junior High Methodist Youthl " ;:. ....... "1" from friends. She was a seam Congress St. are their son andlbY Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Rop groonL She carried a whitd or- "-" ....... more Mrs Llmer Miller ,. . . who spent last week at Westl. ".. ":;._ =: ..... - .. [ stress for many years m Charles daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. [er of Ranson to the marriage of chill attached to a white Bible .. "r* lonsvnle, NI(I, 1VlISS yatrlcla LOll River Methodist Church Camp[... . ... ='.'_ : ' I Town until ill health did not per John Clendening of Morgantown, |their daughter Nancy Marie to with white streamers, l)eposll; l:iOX ~atonsvllle, IVlO from Charles Town were: John[ [mit her to continue sewing. Mr. W. Va. IMr. William C. Kercheval of Way The bride was attended by her ._ . Scholl,- Thomas Kern and Rebecl Douglas Creamer and Patrick I and Mrs. McCauley lived in the Mrs. Fulton Wintdrmover ............. nf[nesboro, Pa. on Sunday, Aug. 27. sister Miss Dorothy Ellen Geary Service. ql-" ca' Stumbaugh .... Creamer sons of Mr and Mrs. same house in Charles Town for 611 Blakeley Place has returned I The ceremony wllIbe perform- ......... + , r,r IRobert Creamer of Silver Spring some 40 years home after visitin her mother I eu at a p. m. in me t narles town who was maid of honOr. Her bal- . , -- . are visiting their grandparents Mrs Willi m C George St. had as droner guests[.. ": ........... ] a oughhn and dau Mrs. Loy B. Stultz at Mathias,-V.lEpiscpal Church. with affeeep- lerina frock was fashioned of anu wrs mmlo tiara Sunday, her nephew Mr. and Mrs.[ - . [ghter Sharon of Buckhannon, W. Va ilion to ZOlZOW in the t nurcn flower btu chiffon over net and , .............. xro,.e and sons, Crai ,lo,_ Mrs. John Hines is visiting, with. I Va. have been visitin" g her bro- "'Miss Wendy Kilmer, daughter[I Parish House.__' taffetaies and witha corsagematchingof pinkaecessr'rose- am Pm m mn and Mark and her daughter Ca-|ner mother Mrs. Colors m Rfley-[ther and sister-in-law Mr and ..... buds th.v Lorame of" Winchester. va. lwlle, Va. Mr. and Mrs'. Ihnes [Mrs'. Hamy' " Ashcraft. and famll .'v of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kilmer was l , ,, " - - lAI I:LI iNI i & lllU3 ! Sister-in-law Mrs. Forrest Warelniece, Lexi Hines is visiting with I Weekend visitors were Mr. Wfl- guest of honor for her sixth bir-t [0haman J. nKer Men in the wedding party were of Cleveland Term Mr and Mrs / him at his home on South Church Ilium Coughlin and Mr and Mrs thday, August 2. Those present [ vla M PAGE I Ronald E. Huffer, brother of thePHONE 587 CHARLES TOWN, W. Leroy Ware'and son bonnie nudist. I Archie Teets of Buckhannon: at the party were Jenny Sue ...... Peters, Roxanne Stein, Alyslbecome better qualified as a tea groom, best man. William Geary, brother of the bride and Larry daughter Kathy Selena of Ransonl Mrs. Isabell Wiley and Mrs. IMrs" Coughlin and daughter re- Stone, Rose Ann Stone, Fa-lee Icher of business education and as Mrs. Ruth Owens of Bardane, W.[Bess Staubs spent four days at Iturned home with them Sunday. Cline, Chris, Kathy and Jeff Bart adrn n!strator. . , ... W. Osbourn, cousin of the groom C Va., Mr. G. M. Ware, CharlesI Blackwater Falls National Park, Attorney Lee Bushong announlCt , ............ drew ous, ...... vaz,x'--'.. The...l aKers-- .. -nave..tw. cnilaren,.,u.o i i i i i i Town, W. Va. / Davis, W. Va. ted today that his law offices will Wats m r non, r Debra Mo ale t aKer university .... Cabe, Mac Nichols, Teresa Cline,[pltal,.Ann Arbor, Mich. and Jay II Miss Lelia Southard of Lafay- ] Miss Rosella Kern had as guest i be closed on Monday, August 14 on, Pa .............. . 0LLA ette, Vs. was a visitor Miss Laurel Kaneley, when he expects to be out of Mary Beth Kilmer and Mike KislI:.Ba .erM'st en IrtsneBa 2:vers "--" FAm ts I town on a two weeks vacation her. Birthday cake and pink lem.[ slay ot . ;g .: .. ..... 1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE Wednesda dinner ue" :'" onade weer served and each oflnw pr.mclpa ..m . enesee rllgn I y g sts wlm the uests receive School in wmcn city the t aKers 6--A THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961[Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Appell g " d candy favors ._ and balloons, reslue. Miss Ella B. Smith Bush Engle