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ii: !; i~ (i Miss Nancy Osbourn Is Bride Mr. Sarra In Huntsville Rites Mr and Mrs C. W. Osbourn, Jr., Shepherds~town, announce the marriage of their daughter, Nan- cy, to Mr. Terry Alan Sarra, ~m of Mr and Mrs. Marion A. Sarra, Shenandoah Junction. The mar- riage took place on July 2.3, at 3 p. m. at the Redstone Arsenal Ba~ Chapel in lfuntsville, Alaba- ma. The ba.~ chaplin, performed Reserve. After completion of the tour of ditty at the Redstone Arsenal, the couple will return and reside near Charles Town. Lt. L .L. Sells With Infantry In Viet Nam Lt. L. L. Sells, son of Mrs. Leslie Selrls of Charles Town, has landed at the Port Qui Nhon, Viet Nam aboard the Troop ship "The General "Pope". Lt. Sells is attached to the famous Fourth Infantry, which was formed dur- ing World War I. the double ring ceremony: ..... in the Mr and Mrs Creighton Tabb presence of a few friends, spent last week in Fenwick Island The bride, a graduate of Shep-I Delaware. They were accompani. herds~own High School and Sbep- I ed by Mrs. Tabb s brother-in-law herd College, is employed for the land sister, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. coming year as a teacher at the Thomson McLean Va and nenh- Wright Denny Elementary School t ew and niece MI". and Mrs ~E in Charles Town. The groom, a]Cbarles S~ocktnar and daughter graduate. . of Shepherdstown High lLynn. Brooklyn__ Heights._ . New School, ss employed by the Inter-]York. hal Revenue Service near M~r-'~ _.._ tinsOur~, and is now on six monthT.r rr~ "~l ""'~ active duty with the U. S. Army[use lne (5 a,sSlilec[s T nun WE WELCOME YOU To Our County And Community And Offer The Full Services Of Our Bank To You Our Checking Account Services Requires AT II A FULL- SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W. VA. T i AT - mm m IN CHA'RLF_ TOWN NEW S ECTIONS ON DISPLAY COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS FROM KINDERGARTEN TO JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL .. . NOW SHOP 3 WAYS: Cash -- Charge -- Lay-A-Way Shop 9 To 9 Friday And Saturday Engagement Announced Of Miss Gloria Potts To Mr. Alfred Kidwell MISS GLORIA J. POTTS Mr. and Mrs. William Putts, Harpers Ferry, announce the engagement of their daughter Gloria Jean to Mr. Alfred Lee Kidwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kidwell, Harpers Ferry. Miss Putts is a 1964 gradua~ of Harpers Ferry High School and is employed with the I. R. S. ,in Washington, D. C. Mr. Kidwell is also a 1964 grad uate of :Harpers Ferry High School and is now serving in the U. S. Army, stationed in the U. S. No date has been set for the wedding. The Ed Doanes of East Wash- ington Street and nephew, Mich- ael Edwards of Adelphia, Mary- land have returned from Atlantic City where they vacationed for a month. Mrs. Doane and Michael are now in Hawaii for several days. They will stop enroute at Sa~ Francisco and return via Los Axtgeles and Los Vegas. AIR-CONDITIONED ! PHONE 725-5212 RANSON, W. VA. Fri..Sat. Aug. 19-20 The most exciting Secret Agent of Them All ------ 'Agent for H. A. tL M.' IN COLOR- ALSO IN COLOR "SECRET 7" SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY IN COLOR "The Great Jesse James Raid" ALSO "Robot From Mars" ADMISSION -- 25c Coca Cola Bottles Discontinued Sun..Mon.-Tues. Aug. 21.23 "Wild, Wild Winter" In Color with Beau Brummels, Jay and the Americans - Dick and Dee Dee. Astronauts - $aekie and Gayle -- ALSO "Voyage To The End Of The Universe" The Incredible Trip Into The 25th Century -- STARTS WEDNESDAY "MY FAIR LADY" Thurs..Fri. Aug. 18-19 "MAJOR DUNDEE" In Color with Charlton Heston James Coburn - Richard Harris ALSO "The Return Of Mr. Mote" SATURDAY ONLY AUG. 20 MONSTER CONVENTION! The Mightiest Monster of all Time "King Kong vs Godzilia" ALSO "REPTILCUS" PLUS Godzilla vs The Thing 3 BIG SHOWS--ALL IN COLOR Sun..Mon..Tues. Aug. 21.22-23 WALT DISNEY'S 'The Ugly Dachshtmd' Announce Engagement Church Rites July 25 MR. AND MRS. JOHN HARRISON RUSSELL Miss Sally Q. Dunn To Mr. John L. VanMetre, Jr. Charm and dignity marked the lovely wedding ceremony July 25, when Miss Muriel Elizabeth Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Clark of Ranson, be- came the bride of Mr. John Har- rison Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Russell of Ranson. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. John C. Ryan rector of St. James Catholic Church, Charles Town, before an alt~r decorated with white glad- iolas and pink carnations. The music for the service was pro- ~,ided by Mrs. Keith A. Brock- man, of Bainbridge, Md., an aunt of the bride. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a gown of nylon organza over taffeta with a portrait neckline, long pointed sleeves and a chapel train. Her elbow length veil of silk illusion was held by a head- piece of pearls. Her bouquet was of white roses surrounding a single white orchid. Miss Sandra Kay Bennett, maid of honor, and Miss Cheryle Grapes, bridesmaid, wore identi- cal floor length dresses of nile green nylon organza, Empire lines with bodices of lace. Their :head pieces were of nile green MISS SALLY Q. DUNN Mr. and Mrs. Harry William Dunn of Parkway St., Winchester Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, .Sally Qtgnn, to Mr. John Lee Van Metre, Jr. of Martinsburg. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. John L Van Metre of Charles Town. Miss Dunn was graduated from the John Handley High School and Mary Washington College. She was a chemist with the Nat- ional Cancer Institute from 1962- 1965, and tattght science last year at the Handley High School. Mr. Van Metre is a graduate of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1966 Miss Susie Barrow To Become December Bride Mr. Ring MISS SUSIE A. BARROW Announcement was made this week by Mrs. Naomi Barrow of Mdddleway, W. Va., of the en- gagement and forthcoming mar- riage, of her dattghter, Susie i Anna to Mr. Lawrence William i Ring, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, St. of Midd'leway. Miss Barrow is a 1964 graduate of Musselman H~h School and is now employed by Doubleday & Company in Berryville, Va. Mr. Ring is a 1965 graduate of 'Oharles Town High School and is also employed by Doubleday & Company. An open church wedding at the Mr. William Ruth, Jr., of Char- United States Treasury Depart. lee Town, served as best man to ment the following year. Since Mr. Russel~l. The ushers were: Mr. June of 1963, he has been assoc- William Magalm and Mrs. Lewis iated with the law firm of Avey Atkins, both of Ranson. and Steptoe in Martinsburg. The bride's mother wore aI The wedding will take place in powder blue jersey dress with November. white accessories arid a corsage ILi~~ of white carnations. Anua n The groom's mother wore a navy blue two-piece dress of ~ ~ me m. ~ . AA crepe with white accessories and . I/0 ~ .eta AUOUSt :,'IS a corsage of whzte carnations. " Following the ceremony a re-] ||v||[~ |,}~A~n ~H~#,~ ception was held at the home of i vv"m Lu~,~m~ ~,.u~,n the bride, with Miss Susan Rise-t .......... ........ f urIt donn tienurlcKs, Jr, cnalrman, mr cutting ann serving me o .... has announced ihat the annual tmred wedd,mg cake M~ss Lmdal ................ cream ^~ --~ ""- ilohn Viekers~ I~IBK reunion WUl oe aem m me .... , .~wt,ou anu ~,.~ , t .....a - "h r ve of St served at the punch bowls and/pamsn, nail na t e g o . . .......... h l James Lutheran Church, Uvilla, lmss ,anoa ~'ramywas a~ ~ e ^.. o.,_.~... ,. ~.. ~ ,~ ~uest book I vii oatul,,~ ,.-,.u~,.,~t ,,o. " | The basket picnic ~nner will Miss Nancy Howell caughtthe]be served t ~ne o clock Ice brides bouquet and Mr Lew~s , | cream, iced tea and coffee will Atkins caught the brides bluet o nr " r d~rn ink _ .b~ ~owded. M__ A__... L ...... garter whmh was tossed oown [ Sr., is in charge of the serving of bYethe:gby ,automobile for a/th ee ev 5 hn Link Will con* trip through Maryland and Vir- duct a memorial service for the ginia, the bride wore a blue and three members of the family who silk iilusion, white cream puff dress with died during the last year: Adam The flower girl, Miss Roxanne wl~ite accessories and the orchid Baker Lin,k, Sr.; John Allen Griffith, wore a white floor length from her bridal bouquet. I Link; Minnie Hendricks Albin ......../l ~..-~ ~ (Mrs. Howard) and Rebecca Hen- , , tic City, N. J. and other points' dricks Bly. [~J~!~!~-- in the East while enjying a vaca" iarePeplestin'cashier on Bal~kvacation,' G L.andShumaker spendingMrS' Shumaker ofsomethe !planSgrovePletionsDUringwillin of memorythebethemadebUSiness : meetingpavitiOnSoffOr thethe family.in corn-the time at Ocean City, Maryland for Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lloyd and Mr. the past two weeks, and Mrs. Calvin P. Fleming, Sr. Captain and Mrs. Edward A. Linda and Buddy Day have re- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. F~em- Lloyd and son Randy, left Tues- turned to their home in Berry- ville ,Va, after having spent a tag, Jr., of Arlington, Virginia day to return to their home in week visiting with their grand- spent the week-end with their Valdosta, Georgia, after visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sag- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. three weeks with their parents, er, seventh Avenue, Ranson. Fleming, Sr. Master Dunny Keyser, South Samuel Street will return home this weekend after visiting two weeks wRh his Uncle and Aun, Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Cuter in Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Nelle E. Miley spent last week with her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deer. Boys Shirts Now, our entire stock of regular 1.99 short sleeve shirts for boys reduced. Just the thing for starting back to school on those warm days. 2 $3 No Iron Pants More and more popular every washing. Belt loop or continental styling. ing and family in Arlington, Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ru, sse~ of Rochester, Pa., visited a few days with their sister, Miss Dallas Rue. sell. Mrs. Donald Eyster, Mrs. Jean Kilmer and children, Wendy, Mary Beth and Todd spent sev- eral days last w~*ek vacationing at "The Castle In the Sand" mo- tel, Ocean City, Maryland. Wendy and Mary Beth spent the previous week visiting their great-aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reynolds of Baltimore, Md. Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Nesaw and family of Woodbridge, Va. spent tim weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Yam Gageby of Milivil~le. Mr and Mrs. James Gageby of Balti more, Md. were also visitors or Saturday and later visited hi~ mother, Mrs. Nellie Gageby a pat ient in the Charles Town General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Snyde'. and family, South Seminary St. and Miss Juliette Miley of Wash ington, D. C., spent last weet: BOYS---8 TO 18 vacationing in Wildwood, New Jersey. John D. Wa,ters of East Libert) Street is a patient, recovering from a recent illness in a satis. factory manner in Kings Dough- ters Hosp~tall, Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kastle and Men's No Iron Pants., ........... 4.99 son Gra~g are vacationing a few Miss Marilyn Dunn and Dunn attended the Leetowv tist Sunday School picnic hd Sunday at the park in C~ Town. The Calvary Assembly of Church of Ranson held a Ba] nal Service on Sunday at H Hotlow Farm along the Op~ Creek. Quite a number turne for this occassion. Miss Susan Athey spent with Miss Debby Shirley. Little Paula McKee, of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arlington, Va. is weeks with her grand Mr .and Mrs. Edward ROYAL ROUTES 50 & 522 WINCHESTER, VA. NOW STARTS AT .AINU days, with visits ,to Acapulco, "Winnle The Pooh" Me~ico City and other points in Memeo. They expect to return BOTH IN COLOR early next week. Boys Long Sleeve SHIRTS WEDN'~eDAY ONLY AUG 24 Arthur Glover, well known lo- '~ " cal citizen and treasurer at Pew- FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE! hahn Brass and Iron Works in New fall shirts for boys in a 6611"~ A Mn~ A~.~fzers,9 l Ranson, is a pattern in Winchest- grand selection of styles and 59 ~z ~.~r~wia~hZ-~ZLd~_-Dee [er Memorial Hospital recovering patterns, wit~l, long sleeve6. in COlO an y _ . ]from a recen~ illness. Sizes 3 to 18. Bobby Darin - Plus ~arumns 1 Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Whitace I I I [.are spending this week in Arian- Calvary Assembly of God Church in Ranson, is being planned for sometime in December. Mrs. Harry Shirley Our congradulations to Becky Pestun, who won a trophy last week at the parade in Flint Hill. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pestun took the local band mem- bers on a tour to the Luray Cav- erns before the parade Mr. Har- IT Shirley went along as one of the bus drivers. The local fire companies were called to the George Gruber farm this past week when fire destroy- ed the barn and nearby sheds Mr. Joe Gruber deeply appreciat- ed the help given him by his friends and neighbors and also the way the firemen stayed on the scene RICHARD BURTON Who's Afraid Virginia PLUS Deep IN COLOR AIR CONDITIONED P A L A C E WINCHESTER, VA. NOW Thru AUG. Weekdays at 2:00 - 7:00 - ! Cont. Sat. & Sun. From: ~ mmm mmm~ MPORTANT! NC ONE UNDER1 WILt BE ADMI m ACCOMPANIEO BY EDWARD Monday . Tuesday . Wednesday --.ONLY--- mtu mum (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Va. Back 1'o School ! Girls School Dresses Our entire stock or regular 2.99 dresses at this pre- school sale price. Sizes 3 to 12. OTHER GIRLS DRESSES Sizes I to 6x - 2.39 Sizes 7 to 14 - 3.99 USE OUR LAY-A-WAY- PLAN FREE PENCILS OR BOOK COVERS With Your Back-To-School Purchases At Rosen's Girls White Cotton PANTIES Sizes from 2 to 14 in these white $ cotton undie from Spencer.- Girls ,Cotton Broaddoth SLIPS Sanforized white cotton broad- t~ cloth slips with built up should- 0 ere in Sizes 4 to 12. R