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Announce Engagement . . Miss Cynthia Hunter's rs. Mr. Donald Engle . Miss Sharon M. Pulse t I of You, F.e.d, I Enoagement Announced I Exchanaed V A I enter Chaaei I [ And Neighb rs I I r ] To Mr. Eugene Lanham To Mr. C. Larry Togans Post Chapel at the wedding cakc was served' ' " I [ ~ ~.~~::i ~ IV. A. Center, near Martinsbur,hy Mrs. ,ub, lieut, a.d Mrs. Named To Dean s hst Dr. James Meier To I [~'2~(7~;~~~ I I ~ii!!!~i~~i~'~ was the scene Sunday afternoon Janet, Higg~ officiated at the' I Mrs Thelma B. Cornen and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lennonl t illi of the lovely Summer wedding of punch bowl ,Both are sisters of At William & Mary To Kiwanians ~':' l l father Mr I C Ballenger spent spent the past weekend m Blad- ~.',~ ~j " . Mrs Betty Chapman, daughter of. lhe bride ~,:~;~;, last week wdh her daughter and l ensburg Md. wRh Mr and Mrs./ ~: ~:.: : Mrs. Frances McKee of Ranson, t Man, nice and useful ,ifts ]Sp~k !;:~llson.m.law, Mr. andMrs. Ralph MasonLee Barron ] i~#~!i;::'!~~ and Mr" D nald Engle' s n f I were received bY the couple ! Miss Margaret Byrer, daughterl . . . o . of Attorney and Mrs. F edori klAt Meeting Tonlglll ~:~!~ ~~~ I I Nealman of Norristown Pa I About 30 memoers of the/ ~::~i!~'1~i ~i~~~ Mrs. Alice Comer of Ranson. When the ti:za,les left on *iw~r 11 " ' " ' " 1 / ~,~;,~,~,:~ i - ' ~ ' . . o. Byrer of Jefferson Ave Char-[ -- . ~, ~:;.i" ~ Mrs. Troy' Dzllow anti daugh- Gleaners Sunday School Class of ,::: :,::~: :,::::~::~:~: The double rmg ceremony was,wed(hm,~, trip Mrs Fnul,~ ~ t. was' los Town, has been named to the [ Dr. James M. Moldr, ot ' i:~ ~ tiers, Tana and Tonda and MisslAsbury United MethodistChurch/ ~:::~i~::~:;~~ solemnizedat2p, nl. byChaplainlwearin~, a ereensheath with i ISherri Wiles of the Bloomeryland their guests met at the| ii{ii:!i!;: ii [Duckett. I while access()iies and a corsage Dean's List for the spring semes-lTown, past-president of 1: t spent Sunday at "Enchanted For-I Battletown Inn in Berryville, Va.I The bride was the picture ell of white 't2arnaiions They ~ are. ter, 1968, at the College of Will-[ International will be the :I ! [ est" near Baltimore. and visited[ for a Dutch Treat dinner in Tues- [ iiiiii:~,::ii:~j loveliness in a gown of Chiffon'motoring to Williamsburg and tam and Mar5" [for the program this eve:~ ~: ~ ~ in the evenin with friends in day night Various menus were ;h.~:~% ~L~.~I~over taffeta She cutup me oct, n~arhv harts of Vir~,inia ) In order to achieve Dean s List [ 6:15 when the Charles oTVl i [Baltimore. [chosen, but everyone went all/i~:::~~! this with a headpiece of a match- ~T,L~ ,h,i, ~-, ",h re,status, a student must attain a l anis hold their weekly' ~~ ~ t Mrs. Elma Grfffflh of Falls/ out and came away very well| ?.~:;;~ lug fabric bow, with attachedl 2-2 or "B" average in their classes I meeting in the Rib Rool~ I Church, Va. spent the weekend / satisfied with their meal i!ilili::}!i veil. She carried a beautiful Old ma e tne y,n.ome 2nC rcZe street for one semester. The grade point I Turf Diner in Charles " :"~:~ Fast'ion bou-uet of whit- carnat on me OUlSKlrts O! t;narws lown average is based on a ~3.0 scale. ] The Board of Direct0i I I w~rn ~ars. ttosane wmtungton, r, / Mr ann mrs tienry l,annam/ ~:~:~ " ,~ c '~ -" " ~" ' ' ' " The total undergraduate enroll [ also meet following the :::":~ 'f~:::s:" ":: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i 1r r.;llgle IS emploveo al lllC i Con res" St i n ts i their:~:~:::~' '?i~:~:~::::; ~::::::,: ions and yellow mums. Her only ; ~ ~. . g S - had as d ner gues n . . . I I Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Weller, l honle, their son, Wesley Lanham/ !i!~i~l IJewelry was a small pair of dell.] bnar le)s ~ln'vn V !)stotl~co. merit of the college is app.rox-lmeeting. I /512 Northwest St are receiving[ and two daughters, Debbie and| t cate pearl earrings. [ --- q:~'~ I,[ congratulations on the birth of[ Terrie, and son, Benny of Lynch-] iii~i ] The matron of honor was a sis-/ w w-I~:~'t-v~'-~]A~ ~ ~1 ;~::'~ . ====================== :::::::::::::::::::::: . , I I a daughter, Valor,born m Tues- / burg, Va. Also, Mr. and Mrs.| ~l~~ ' ter of the bride, Mrs. Janet H~ggs / ~|,day, Aug. 6th. in King's Daugh-| Russell Glasscock and two sons,| ~i~~ ,ofFayetteville, N.C. Sheaddeda' "~k''~lli~" EY'S SHOES I ters Hospital, Martinsburg, W.|Bobby and David; Mr. and Mrs./ .~i~i~ I colorful note in a lovely pink I~li '~li~ MISS SHARON M. PULSE,Va. and weighing 7 pounds, !4,John Cooper and,son, Michael;[ MISS CYNTHIA HUNTER [ taffeta dress with a pink wisp of 1 : Mr and Mrs Lee W Brown of I ounces. Mrs. Weller is the former| and Mr. Lanham s sister and/ Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hunter ] a veil. Her flowers were white 108 EAST WASHINGTON SEREET RansOm, ~Al. Va.~ announce the [Miss Dianne Frye. /brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ran-| Shepherdstown, announce the on- carnations. enua~ement of their granddaugh- I Born August 7th in Winchester| dolph Cummings, all of Purcell-| gagement of their daughter, Cyn- Mr. Engle had as his best man ter sharon Marie Pulse. to Mar- [Memorial Hospital to Mr. and| ville. Va /thia Carolyn, to Mr. Calvin Larry ~ a close friend, Mr. James Watson |(in' Fiugene l.anham, son of Mr IMrs. William Lee Glaize of Run-[ Mrs Tom Lennon entertainedlT0gans, son of Mr-andMrs. The 'l of Charles Town.m I IIOOIL anti ~irs Marion M Lanham of [ ~n, a girl, Karen Suzanne. Mrs.[ last Friday with two tables of 500. dore S. Togans, Charles Town. I The mother of the bride wore II' Da l l Ill, //I : ' " " " " i n ' "~ . * immmmmmm~m m ~mmm~~mm ~m~ Rans,m, W. Va. ~ Glmze is the former M ss Kare } honoring Mrs. Margaret Ennis of[ Miss Hunter, a 1964 graduate a pale m,nt green dress w~th ) e uate f Char uemse ~maltwooo o was visit h eelWhite accessolies an~t a corsage M issIuls,agrad o," / Winchester, Va. wh " " -, of Shepherdstown } "gh Sch --""" I IkR : los ]'own Itigh School, is present- ~ Mrs. Max Brown, S. Church St | toning with friends in Charles[ and a 1868 graduate of Shepherd of white carnations. -Ill I[|l ly enrolled at Shepherd College [ was a guest last week of her son-[ Town. [College, will be employed by the The mother of the groom wore ~ ~ ~ F| I in the division of biology and 1 in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.| Mrs. Ralph Huff aster was the I Prince George s County Board of a grey and white dress, white ae- general science. [llPhilip Watson and children oflwinner[ t] of a second prize in thelEdueationl in Landover, Md. cessories and a corsage of white U2s/t'l II ~ Her fiance, also a graduate of ( Alexandria, La. at their cottage,Rose Tea drawing. She won an[ Mr. Togans a 1965 graduate of carnations. ~ ~ m t- ~ Charles. Town. High. School, is in Pensacola Beach, Florida. RCA Entertainment Unit which Page Jackson High .Sch l is in Attending the wedding were " logo County Hospital, Hagerstown, Md. and a stereo. Mrs. Hoffmaster cisco, Calif. Followin~,o the ceremony a re- ~m,~ . No date has been set for the She would enjoy hearing from also won a bonus prize for send- A wedding date has not been ceution was held at the home of -wedding. |her friends. Her room is located/ing in two box tops, which was|set. Mr. and Mrs James Andrews on fKEll|lllm ERIC/ : |on the fifth floor, No. 507. a portable RCA TV. I -- High Street "in Charles Town. m m - . !,O' " 4 H Saddle Club Rafly et RHElll :P -e. . t. . 17:00 p, m August 22rid at theI The next meeting will be held] q ~h. t~ m+ a n ~ ;, /ilUIllP~UII I]II|IU ~~m-ml~U - 5unsay. mrw s ~r,e [ Hilleary House in Charles Town. I September 9, at 7:30 p;. m. the[ ;or;'o" "," ~ h~'~'~+~'~'~2 2'~Wi%~i'~'~" '. . ~IC~I~,I I~l "/,ll~l[ " " " "t cnnical . -- BerkeleyVocationaz e a ,Hough Dece NU hats Occurred "die Club will hold it's rally Sun-t Key runcn ~,mses m I Martinsburg. I All persons having claims a- ", flfl N H h M i dav August 18, beginning at 12 1 -- I I gainst the Estate of Willis W. In Mtm'l~llllm Mn, =" ~ " n . ,' ",mmm i~tmumll~,i.mi~ulm~/ m'Im'u noon at the Morgan s Grove Park I Vo,'ational School lea N|t4.~#*,l ] Hough, deceased, whether due or |~ ~ i kA mm I~ " ~s announced this week by/ ~ ~, [ with voucher thereof, legally per- W. Va. announces the marriage It V/.li I'm li.1mm t he event The plann'ng t /r0m UIli lRall011 I r~ |~l~ R|rilN~Ol~ lifted to the undersigned at his of her daughter Donna Marie -.~p~-I~[ic has been invited to attend.~-'" 1"*"'"'3 /office, Washington Street, Har- Gano, of Ranson, to John Emery LOAFERS -- By SEBAGO-MOC o wfl be free and re,T H R U SATUIll)' ~Admissi n " 1 " The Key Punch classes of the u ~' LI,&I,-- ] pers Ferry, West Virginia, on or Thompson son of Mr. and Mrs. ~freshments will be served{ it was Berkeley County Vocational Tech- I1~ DIi$111 $$ ffl 't |lll 1 before the 1st day of November John E. Thompson of Shepherds-THURSDAY ~.stated. nicM School in Martinsburg met / 1968; otherwise they may, by law town. The bride is also the dau- ~ Monday night, August 12, at the Dr. John A. Washington pro-/ be excluded from all benefits of ghter of Mr. Robert L Gano of AUGUST 15 AUGUST ~ i .- r .--D-.I; school and formed a new organ- sided at the meeting of the Board said estate. All beneficiaries of Martinsburg. " fflr$. j lnles ume aca ization to be known as the "Kap. of Directors of. the Jefferson said estate may appear on or I~e- The ceremony was performed :~ " - na Phi Omega" " County Historical SoCiety at the, fore said day to examine said July 14, at 7"00 P M in the ~ x" l " " . Frflm All:, key punch operators and Hilleary House recent y. I claims and otherwise protect their Trinity Lutheran Churcti in Shar ,m ,-,~, ~ key ~unch school graduates are Others present were R. W. Me- interest, psburg, Md. by the pastor Rev. Mrs. Jame~ E. Gore, Charles invited to become members. Mrs. Town Jr. Woman's Club, Eastern Frances E. Keesecker, teacher of District Chairman of Junior these classes, is advisor of the Woman's Clubs and Mrs. Lemuelgroup. Dirt|rig, Martinsburg Junior We- The "K. P. O." elected officers rnan's Club State Life Chairman as follow~: Mrs. Robert (Mary a~cnded lhe State Department Jo) Flagg, President; Mrs. Evelyn Chairman Meeting, August 3rd.Keesecker, Vice.President; Mrs. Cormick, vice.president; Miss Juanita Taylor, treasurer; Dr. H. B. Allen, corresponding secretary; Miss Linnie Schley, recording sec- retary; Mrs. Charles Langdon and Frank W. Bucldes, members of the Board. and State Counqil Meetings in Charleston. August 3 and 4. The Junior Woman's Club Stale Convention will be held May 16 and 17th, 1969 at the Daniel Boone Hotel in Charleston The Conservation Outing will be held September 13 and 14th, 1968 a~ Black Water Fails State Park with Fall Conference being held, September 15th at Black Wa~er Fall~ Mrs. Gore will present the many changes and decisions corn ing from the Council Meeting to lhe Eastern District Clubs at the The 1968 number of the So- Ruth L. Fleming. ~decretary; Mrs. ciety's magazlne is now in prepa- Cleo {Bonnie) Combs, Treasurer; Miss Dorothy Ann Titus, Report- er and Mrs. Robert (Pansy) Jack- son, Chaplain. Mrs. Mildred Gosnell, Mrs. Roger (Nancy) Frye and Mrs. Wilton (Joy) MeN|el were ap- pointed to the Membership and Finance Committee for the corn- ing year. Miss Beverly Wharton, Mrs. Douglas (Ella Mae) Yontz. and Mrs. William (Mary) Linn were appointed as a special com- mittee to prepare a constitution and by-laws for presentation at GET A NEW HAIRDO A SOFT NEW STYLE FOR YOU (By Our Expert Staff) Permanents- $8 & Up ' Inquire about our Monday Thro Wednesday SPECIALS Open - Monday thru Saturday 8A. M.- 5 P. M. 'rItURSDAY 8A.M.- 9 P. M. VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP DIAL 725.5414 118 N. Charles St. ,-- Charles Town, W. Vs. = =-- = = z - z z= z z = zZ-- z -z z z z-- = 2 aS- ration. Its contents will include a partial listing of the grave-~ stones in Zion Churchyard, this listing to.be 'completed in subse- quent Issues. There will also be a variety of articles relating to Jefferson County History. A Program Committee was ap- pointed to serve for the next year. Members are: J. Y. McDon- Id, Mrs. Robert Leonard and Mrs. John Gould|rig. The next membership meeting will be held in November. Arnold A. Banks, Jr. Promoted To Tech Mekinock, N. D. - Arnold A. Banks, Jr of Shopherdstown,W. Va has been promoted to tech- nical sergeant in the U. S. Air Force. Sergeant Banks, who is schedu- led to retire Dec. 31, 1968 after more than 20 years service, is an airframe maintenance, technician at Grand Forks P~FB, N. D. He is a member of the Strategic Air Command. The sergeant is a graduate of Shepherdstown High School. His wife is the former Barbara J. Marlin. ATTEND CHUIlOI iUNDAY Ti !! Due to dreumstanees beyond our control and in order to maintain our high standards, JoAnn Moler's Women's Fashions will share quarters temporarily, aSter Monday, August 19th, with the Knit Knad Shop at -- 219 WEST WASHINGTON STREET You are invited to see the new Fall Lines of: t AND OTHERS STORE HOURS: Men. - Tues. - Thurs. - Sat. -- 10 - 5. Wednesday -- 10-12 -- Friday-- 10 8 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 25414 ,i liE WISE -- ADVERTISE l II WOODY FRff TRI0 EVERY Saturday Night - 9: 30 HAWAIIAN NITE CLUB FOR RESERVATIONS: Phone 301-834-2002 AIR CONDITIONED I ighbors < 111till "Wait 'til my analyst hears about thisl" Given under my hand this 1st day of August, 1968. LEWIS D. NICHOLS Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County Allg. 8-2t- Charles Birx in the presence of the immediate families. Attend- the couple was Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hllliard, sister and brother.in-law of the groom. The couple are residing in Shep herdstown. USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE CARD m