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idq Of yer ill. I Telephone Your News to 222 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boyer Creamer Miss Elizabeth Bradford, Boy- ce; Miss Louise Manning, Char- les Town. Mrs. Robert A. McGili Lynchburg and Mr. Richard B. Smith Jr. of Berryville, Va. were callers Monday afternoon with Miss Ella B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs, Everitt Birkitt and daughter Mrs. Merill Enyeart and three children Mr. and Mrs. David Birkitt, Frederick, Md. spent Sunday at Capon Park. Mr. and Mrs. Caesar Galli and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emidio Galli and family. Mrs. Grayson Elsea of Charlott esville, Va. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Flem- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dorn and sons David and Dennis of Carne gie. Pa. visited Mr .and Mrs. How ard Ashwood, Ranson on Friday. Clifford Lee Henry celebrated his 15th birthday on Saturday, August 26, 1961. Present for the occasion were Elizabeth, Barbara Judy, David Ott. Linda Russell, Maria Breeden, Bill Reed, Ron- nie and Kenny Whitmore and Gregory Grove Games were play ed after which' delicious refresh ments were served. Clifford re- ceived many nice and useful gifts Phillip Cash, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cash who has been a member of the police force in Hampton, Va.~ for over 4 years was recently one of twenty two in a class taking the examination for sergeant and made the high- est average of the class. Cash now has the distinction of being the youngest sergeant in the history of the Hampton Police Force. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. (Junior) Miss A BrideMr. Kownslar Wagner of Brownsville. moved to The Middleway Methodist Char Ranson and Mr. Robert Price of Martinsburg on Thursday where l ch was the scene of a simple but Winchester, Va. Mr. Wagner is manager of the impressive candlelight wedding Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Wagner Chevrolet Company of Mrs. Samuel Preston Legard Monday evening, Aug. 21 at sev- James Watson of Leetown played that city. Mr. Wagner's home has en o'clock when the former Chloe nuptial music with her daughter been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Yvonne Nicely became the bride Sally singing "Because and "I William Bowers who plan to I Th old historic New J~m~ Elizabeth Reynolds, nie- of Ralph Boyer Creamer She is Love You Truly". At'the conclus move into the residence immed- Church of Lovettsville was the ce of the bride, was flower girl the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ion of the ceremony Sally sang lately. I setting of a lovely summer wed- and wore a white organdy dress Harry L. Nicely of Middleway. "The Lord's Prayer". Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson ding on Saturday, August 19 at with embroidered pink roses. Mr. Creamer is the son of Mr. The brides mother wore a roy and daughter Cynthia from Orlan 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Miss She carried a basket of mixed John P. Creamer and the late al blue flowered chiffon dress do, Florida are visiting Robert's Ann Kownshir Hickman, daugh- flowers. Bill Reynolds, nephew of Mrs. Rena Creamer of Ransom with a hat of white chiffon roses grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Char- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Par- the bride was ring bearer. les Grove at Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. ,John- ston and daughter Jennifer who have been living in Charlottes- ville, Va. visited this past week The Reverend Michael W. Kret with his parents Mr. and Mrs. singer, Pastor of the Church, per Norman E. Johnston on N. Law- formed the double ring cere- rence St. Mr. Johnston has accep mony before a setting of pahns, ted a position with General El: white gladioli and dahlias with ectric in Schnectady, N. Y. and lighted candlebras. Dick Hick- moved there with his family this man, cousin of the bride, served past Tuesday. as acolyte. Preceding the cere- Mrs. Mary Miller, widow of Dr. mony Mrs. Owen W. Conklyn of Miller celebrated her 91st birth- Charles Town, aunt of the bride, day last wek at the Knott Rest played a program of nuptial mus- Home with a dinner party on the ic. Mr. Charles Yost of Bigler- porch. A birthday cake and all ville, Pa. sang Song of Ruth, The the trimmings were served toher Greatest of This is Love and 0 guests. Perfect Love. Visitors during the week with the Slashers and Wilson were Mr. Edwin Neel Legard, Sr. of The double ring" ceremony was performed by Rev. Charles Reck Icy, pastor. The bride, given in marriage by her father wore a street len- gth brcaded taffeta dress. Her headdress was a tulle veil held on a tier with seed pearls, made for the bride by her mother. Her only other adornment was a sil- ver cross with one pearl, gift of the groom. She carried an old fashioned bouquet of white rose buds and pale pink baby roses with baby breath in it's center with white streamers and flowing white rose buds. The pulpit was filled with light ed tapers, white gladioli's and palms made a beautiful back- ground for the performance at the alter. The bride was attended by Mrs. Robert Cram of Ranson who wore a light blue chiffon dress with a corsage of pale pink baby carnations. The groom was attended by Mr. George Vickers of Charles Town. The only other attendants were ushers: Mr. Robert Cram of and buds and white gloves. She wore a crescent shaped corsage of red rose buds. The wedding was followed with a reception in the educational building of the church. The bri- des table had a centerpiece of white baby chrysanthemums in a glass basket and lighted match- ing twin candlesticks At one end Of thi~ table was the brides four tier wedding cake served by Mrs. Robert Price of Winchester, Va. At the other end the punch bowl was served by Mrs. Norman Bal- lenger of Charles Town. Mrs. Jay Kearns of Middleway was at the brides book and Miss Elsie Mac Dunlap managed the reception. The pianist, singer and recep- tion attendants wore corsages of small yellow chrysanthemums. When the couple left for a short honeymoon the bride was wearing a light green summer suit with white accessories. Many guests from Middleway and neighboring towns were pres ent including Winchester, Arling ton and Charlottesville, Va. gled with palms and gleaming candles enhanced the church san ctuary for the double ring cere- mony that was performed by the Reverend Allen Bartlett on Sun- day, the twenty seventh of Aug- ust, at four o'clock in the after- noon. Miss Edith Gardner provid ed background music for the nap rials. Given in marriage by her Zion Episcopal Church in Inote. Charles Town was the setting for~ Serving as bridesmaids were the mid-summer wedding rites lMiss Helen L. Emlet of York, Pa. that united Miss Nancy Marie [Mrs. Michael Hockman, Hagers- Roper and William Craig Kerch[towh and Mrs. Warren Smith eval in holy wedlock. I of Charles Town. All were fdenti- Miss Roper is the daughter of ]cally gowned in ensembles in Mr and Mrs Howard M Roner /complement to the matron of hon " . . ~ , . Fifth Avenue, Ransom The bride ]or and carrmd bouquets of gold M n land brown chrysanthemums groom is the son of r. a d Mrs. James F. Kercheval, 19 East Little Miss Pamela Kercheval Third Street, Waynesboro, Pa. ]Hagerstown as the dainty flower girl, added to the procession in a White gladioli sprays intermin fluffy dress of palest gold wear- father, the bride was beautiful in a traditional gown of white satin ' etched with Alencon lace and seed pearls at the portrait decol letage and waistline. A chapel train, emanating from a wedding bell skirt completed the design i of her gown. Her headdress was a crown of stephanotis blossoms fashioned from seed pearls which was finished with a fingertip veil of sheerest illusion. She carried ing a crown of golden chrysanthe roams, and carrying a basket of flower petals. James Kercheval, Hagerstown served as best man for his bro- ther. Groomsmen were Dr. Fran cis Grumbine, Baltimore; Edward Kercheval Hagerstown and Ste- phen Roper, Ranson, W. Va. A reception was held immed- iately following the ceremony in the Parish House of the church For traveling on her wedding a white prayerbook embossed with a flowing arrangement of" tiny white chrysanthemums and baby's breath centered with white orchids. Mrs. Marlin L. Beans of Be- thesda, Md. as the matron of honor, was stunning in a gold satin peau afternoon dress fash toned with a portrait neck line and bell shaped skirt marked by panniered pleats to the back. A crown of gold peau satin and seed pearls: complemented her gown and she carried a flowing design of gold and brown chry- santhemums as a striking accent J trip that will take the couple to the New England States, the bride changed to a pastel yellow linen suit with accessories of white and brown. The couple will reside at 1025 Potomac Avenue, Hagerstown when they return The bride is a graduate of the Charles Town High School in 1957; and of the Washington Co. Hospital School of Nursing in 1960. She graduated from the Hagerstown Junior College and is currently serving as the Assist ant Head Nurse in the Pediatrics Department of the Hagerstown hospital. Mr. Kercheval graduated from the Waynesboro High School in Waynesboro; the Shippensburg State Teachers, College and did graduate work at Pennsylvania State University. He serves as the instructor of mathematics for the Educational Television Project, Board of Education Washington County. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackson, Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall Wilson Jr. near town, Mrs. Howard Ashwood and grandchild ren Becky and Gary Clem of Ran son and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dornand sons, David and Dennis Marions served as best man for his son. Serving as ushers were Mr. Walter Thomas Legard, Mr. Edwin Neel Legard, Jr. of Mar- ion, Mr. William F. Reynolds of Hagerstown, Md. and Mr. David Harry McCoy of Roanoke, Va. A reception was held in the church social room following the ceremony. Miss Beulah Dillow of Charles Town, cut the wedding cake. Presiding at the punch bowls were Mrs. Joseph Ellis and Mrs. Walter Thomas Legard both from Marion. Susan Legard, nie- ce of the bridegroom presided at the punch bowl at the childrens table. Miss Cecelia Carpenter of Lovettsville was in charge of the guest book. The mother of the bride wore a dress of moss green chiffon with matching accessories and wore a corsage of pink Fugii Mums. The mother of the bridegroom was at tired in a dress of dusty rose em broidered silk with matching ac- cessories with a corsage of mat- ching Fugii Mums. The bride chose for her going away attire a beige silk sheath dress with black accessories and wore'a corsage from her bridal bouquet. After a honeymoon trip to Virginia Beach the couple will make their home at 513 East Main Street, Marion, Va. The bride was graduated from Marion College, Marion, Va. and the Hagerstown Business College. She will be employed by the Mar ion Public School System. The bridegroom attended Col- umbia' Preparatory School and is currently employed in Marion while attending Emory and Hen. ry College. Prior to the wedding ~a rehear sal a dinner was given by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Neel Lgard, Sr. for the wedding party on Friday evening at the PurceUville Coun- try Club Inn. Mrs. William F. Reynolds Jr. of Hagerstown, Md. sister of the bride also entertained the brides maids at a brunch Friday morn- ing. of Carnegia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Mead Jr. of Wheeling spent the week 6~nd with Mrs. Mead's grand- mother Mrs. E. B. Mong. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Perry an- nounce the birth of a daughter Julia Dickinson, August 27 in the Charles Town General Hos- The bride given in marriage by her father wore a gown of Pot celain white peau silk fashioned with long tapered sleeves and sculptured neckline etched in pearl embroidered brussels lace. From the tightly fited bodice a Chapel train, designed Godey st~ le. The train was enhanced by aft over skirt bordered in lace and caught in back with a bow. Pearl medallions from the Inaugural Ball gown bf Mrs. Benjamin Har- rison were on the pointed sleeves of the brides gown. The bride's veil of imported illusion fell in soft folds from ~. double crown of seeded pearls and silk roses. The bride carried-a bouquet of white roes and stephanatis. Mrs. William F. Reynolds Jr. of -Hagerstown, Md. sister of the bride served as matron of honor; Miss Antionnette Carpenter of LoVettsville, Va. served as maid of honor, while Miss Peggy Jo Ellis cousin of the bridegroom, of Marion, Va. Miss Betty Lacy Lyle Waynesboro, Va.; and Miss Carol yn Rennet of Winchester, Va. served as bridesmaids. All of the attendants wore identical gowns of Ming blue sheath dresses of silk organza underscored by taf. feta with a crisp shaped over. skirt. Their headpieces were of a pouf rose of matching fabric wreathed in tulle. They carried matching crescent bouquets of Talismen roses. Acre at Leetown. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Upright, Lee- town were Mr. and Mrs. Frank pital. Mrs. W. S. Venable is on a two weeks trip to California. The descendants of Thomas R. Whittington held their 5th reun ion on the grounds of Frances T. Whittington, Halltown on Satur- day, August 27 with 74 present. Mr. Hug Byrer of Martinsburg celebrated his birthday at the Knott Rest Home on Sunday. His wife Mrs. Byrer had dinner with him and presented him with a lovely Devils Food cake. He re-~ ceived many nice giftS. Donna Lee, Shelly and Suzanne Glover of Silver Spring, Md. spent last week with their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ranny Rodrick and children. Coach and Mrs. Kenneth Sims and family have moved into the Mercer residence just off Jeffer- son Avenue. Mrs. Merrill Enyeart and three children have returned to Port- land, Oregon after spending five Franyonia and children of Balti- e he fo s arent more, Md, Mr and Mrs George we ks with t rmer p s .. .. :. . Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Birkitt Pro~ uox aria uaugnter oz ~earneys. oect Avenue ville, Mr. and Mrs. Everett More -~. -- ." ..... land of Pikeside, Mr and Mrs rs. riugn nagan oz oanoKe, -ic- r ..... - - " .... na a aoremna ana aaugmer Va. has been ws]tmg Mms Fran- Kand, of Martin~*'ar" eis Moore, Samuel St. ~ ~- s. xi ~anc. Stale,, of FrederPk [ Miss Diane Miller is spending M(l:'visited ~his -ast week wi~h 'this week with her aunt Mr and p her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Stanley Wakeman of Wood- ton is spending several weeks with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer, Jefferson Terrace. stock, Va. Margie Allder of Washington is visiting Miss Dallas Russell. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Freeman, St. Petersburg, Florida returned Norman Johnston on North Law- rence St. Mr. and Mrs. Ranny Rodrick and children spent the weekend with Mr. an~I Mrs. Louis Glover Mrs. Maude Tribby of Knox- ville, Md. spent last Wednesday with her sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. James Hough. The Reverend and Mrs. Sam- uel Wysong and their three child ren left yesterday to return to their home in Camden, Delaware after spending a week with Mr. Wysong's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wysong near town. Mr. and Mrs. Talbot W. Jen- kins arid Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Tho mson of McLean, Va. were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tabb at their home on South Samuel St. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Glover have returned to their home on South Samuel St. after a vacation of a few days at Ocean City, Md. and a visit to their son-in-law and daughter Capt. and Mrs. Thomas M. Stokes at their home in Ha- vre-de-Grace, Md. Miss Penny Everman of Arling and family in Silver Spring, Md. to their home after spending the On Saturday they took the S. S. summer months with their bro- Mount Vemion cruise to Marshall ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Hall. Mrs. John S. Dunn Calvin Fleming, Jr., Todd.vl Mrs. Berkeley Custer and dau Smith, Georgie Fries, Warren I ghter Beverly of Jefferson Ave- Mickey and Dav~ Wilt are spend- hue spent last week with ~Mr. and ing a few days at Wildwood, N. J. "Mrs. Charles Webb and son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alvin Up IAlexandria, Va. Mr. Custer spent right and children recently mov-[the weekend with them. ed into their new home Terrace 1 Mrs. Harvie Kidwiler of Baker- ton, Va. has returned to her [home after spending some weeks l with her aunt Miss Anne Lloyd t Baylor at her home on South Geo t rge St. [ Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Todd of ] Washington, D.C. and Clear- water, Fla. are spending some time at their home on South Sam uel St. Little Misses Ruth and Joan Van Tol and Master Andy Van Tol, children of Lieut. Command er and Mrs. John Van Tol have returned to their home in Mid- dletown, Rhode Island after spending two weeks with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. P. tI. B. Van Tol at their home on Nor th Mildred St. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Blake at their home near Summit Point. Mr. Battaile Kemp of Kinder. hook, N. Y. has been visiting his mother Mrs. James B. Kemp at the home of her brother-in-law. and sister Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Wy song on South Samuel St. Dunn- Alger Nuptials Occur In Frederick Announcement was made this week of the wedding of Miss Bon hie Alger, 107 South Charles St. Charles Town, granddaughter of Mrs. May Kirby, Charles Town to Mr. Jay Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn of Kearneysville. The double ring ceremony was performed Saturday night at 9 in the United Brethren Church in Frederick, Md. by the Rev. Mr. Fehl, pastor. The bride and groom were ac- companied by Mr. and M~s. Mer- kle Perkins. The couple will reside with the bride's grandmother Mrs. May Kirby, 107 South Charles Street. Miss Patricia Somers Is Bride Mr. Lutman Mr. and Mrs. Harold Somers, Berkeley Springs, W. Va. an- nounce the marriage of their dau ghter, Patricia Ann to Douglas Bleundell Lutman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lutman Jr., also of Berkeley Springs. Mrs. Lutman was graduated from Berkeley Springs Higl~ SchoOl and is employed as clerk in the Morgan County Health De partment. Mr. Lutman, also a'graduate of Berkeley Springs High School at tended West Virginia University and was recently graduated from Shepherd College. He has accept- ed a position as mathematics tea cher and football coach at Har- pers Ferry High School. Cunningham-Linton Betrothal Announced Announcement is being made by her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Linton of Martinsburg of the en- gagement of Miss Sylvia Linton SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 6---A --.- -- THURSDAY, A_UGUST 31, Miss Patsy I Moler Beco nes Mr. John Egle, Jr. In Church Rtte ' ....... ii i'ill iii !~:ii!i:i~ : ,iI i i!ii :, , John Lee Egle, Jr. Miss Patsy Lee Moler, daughter The groom had as hTs of Mr. and Mrs. Willard J. Moler H. Alexander Wanger of of Harpers Ferry, became the herdstown. The ushers bride of John Lee Egle, Jr., son Charles French, Michael of Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Egle, I John Lucas and Ramon G Shepherdstown in Camp Hill Me-l of Shepherdstown. Serving thodist Church, Harpers Ferry celytes were Paul E. Miller Saturday afternoon at 4:30. The Kearneysville and James double ring ceremony was per- formed by the Rev. Paul F. War- ner, Superintendent of the Hag- erstown District of the Method- ist Church The church was lighted for the ceremony with candles. Decora- tions in the church were palm.s and flower vases of white mares, with altar vases of white fuji mums. The marriage ceremony was preceded by a short organ pro- gram by Mrs. Gilbert Perry, tlar pers Ferry which included: Pre- lude "Loheagrim"- Wagnar; "O Promise Me"- DeKoven; "Sweet- est Story Ever ,Told"-Stultz; "Can tilene Nup!ials- DuBois; "ICh Liebe Dich'- Grieg; and "O Per- fect Love"-Barnby. of Shepherdstown. The bride's mother sheath dress and ket of light brown with ies in shades of brown green cymbidium orchid, The groom's mother light blue chiffon with accessories, and a corsage pink feathered carnations. Flower vases of white decorated the church for the reception. The piece for the serving of white gladiola and ers. Alternating at the bowl were Mrs. Rowland of Chambersburg, Pa. Gilbert Storey of Md., aunts of the bride. the wedding cake was Moler of Pleasant Gap, and Charles E. Cunningham, III' Before the processional Miss of Bethesda, Md. formerly of Mar Lucil!e Jones of York, Pa. cousin tinsburg. . of the bride, sang "God. Sent Me Miss Linton, a graduate of Mar You", Fredrickson; and "Throu- tinsburg High School is a student gh The Years", Toumans. During at Monroe Business College in the ceremony Miss Jones sang Winchester, Va. "The Lord's Prayer" Malotte. Pro Son of Dr .and Mrs. Charles E. cessional and recessional music Cunningham of Charles Town for was traditional, "The Bridal Chor merly of Martinsburg and also a us" from Lohengrim by Wagner; Martinsburg High School grad- and "The Wedding March" from uate Mr. Cunningham is employ- Midsummer Night's Dream by ed by Bethesda Sunoco, Bethesda. Mendelssohn. Victor Employees In Ranson, Berkeley [.Springs Get Pay Raise All employees of the Victor Products Corporation in the West Virginia area, which includes Ranson and Berkeley Springs~ have been given a 5-cent an hour pay raise, it was announced this week by R. J. Funkhouser, chair man of the board of Victor. The pay raise is re-troactive to July 4 and it applies to all hourly paid employees. Under the new pay set-up hol iday time will also be counted as time worked in computing over- time, Mr. Funkhouser said. And the company will grant the em- ployees four paid holidays-July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Bush-Rowland The bride who was given in marriage by her father wore a full length gown of white silk or ganza and pearl embroidered lace Her fingertip veil of french il- lusion was attached to a crown of lace and pearls and she car- ried a bouquet of white sweet- heart roses and white fuji mums. The maid of honor was Miss Kathy Moler of Harpers Ferry, sister of the bride. The brides- maids were Miss Betty Lee Kerns of Washington, D. C. cousin of the groom and Miss Nina Ross of Tazewell, Va. Attendants were dressed alike in afternoon dress- es of lavender silk and lace. All carried bouquets of mauve fuji 1TlUmS. Reunion Sunday At Ethel Howell Stickel of Charles Jefferson Park i Town were married in the Grace Brethren Church on Spruce St. The annual Bush-Rowland Re- in Hagerstown, Md. on Saturday, June 10 at 2 p. m. union will be held on Sunday, The ceremony was witnessed served at 1:00 p. m. DST and all members Of the family are cor- dially invited to attend. Kiwanians, Families Enjoy Annual Picnic At Jefferson Park The Jefferson County Memorial Park was the scene of the annual I picnic of Cl~arles Town Kiwan. tans and their families, last Thur of the bride. Mrs. Douglas of Berryville, Va. guest book. Leaving for a trip to Blackwater Falls and burg, Va. the bride wore knit suit of navy blue ching accessories. Mrs. Egle is a graduate pers Ferry High herd College. While at she was a member of A1 ma Taw and the She was formerly em the National Institute of Bethesda, Md. Mr. Egle graduated from herdstown High School and herd College where~ he member of the class Phi Sigma Epsilon has been admitted tothe~ ate School of West iversity and will there in September. After their wedding couple will reside in town. The wedding party tained by the groom's a buffet supper in The House Harpers Ferry, the rehearsal Friday Mi Irene Low Ellen Black, t their home. l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph[ The bride is a 1 Black, of 1044 Columbia Road, [Hagerstown High Hagerstown, Md. and Francis E. [of '59. and a graduate of Stickel, son of" Strother E. and 'gerstown School of tare. Mr. Stickel is a Charles Town Hi~ of '51 and graduate of !tonal Industrial Ele ~tr, search School in Hs Md. He is now employed io and T. V. technician bY T. V. and Radio Shop present. The double ring cere. mony was used. Following the wedding cere. mony a wedding reception was given by the bride's parents at Town. The bride and groom very enjoyable trip to Falls, Canada. They are now living home on Jefferson Ave. les Town. sday evening. Dick Adams, the incoming pres ident, with the help of Mrs. Adams, and other Kiwanians se~ red the food hot, cooked on grills right on the grounds. The dessert consisted of lenmnade and cake. After supper the men played softball while the ladies discuss- ed the affairs of the local corn- munity. The weather was and all agreed that this of the nicest Kiwanis the season. U.S. scienusts hopeful on arms talk. Kennedy stresses aid .to Latin~ i