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ON Open THE CIRCLE IN RANSON Til Midnight Monday Thru Sat. Home of Low, Low, Low Everyday and Night Prices. CENTER CUT lb. 49c N (Smoked lb. 59c lb. 59c Ib, 47c bout- you know Weddings- Engagements- Club News ,Mr. and Mrs. J. Burns Huyett Sr., have had as their guests Mrs. Edward Sehelvan of Los Angeles, California who is a sister of Mr. Huyett and Mrs. Huyett's cousin Mrs. William Smith of. Linden, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and children spent the Labor Day holiday visiting relatives in Lees- burg, Va. Mrs. Ella Hardy left Thursday to spend sometime in Baltimore, Md. visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Riddle- berger were in Farmville, Va. from Sunday until Tuesday, accompa,ny ins their son Raymond there where he enrolled at Hampden Sydney College for the ensuing school year. Mrs. Justa Mercer of Bluemont, Va. and Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones spent Thursday at the home of their cousins, Mrs. Stanley Har desty and Mr. Emory Kable on the Keyes Ferry Road. Miss Jones of Hollywood, California has just re- turned from the Carribean where she had completed two movies in which she played the leading role. Miss Jones whose stage name is Betsy Mouland was seen several times the past winter onthe U. S. Steel Hour. Mrs. Martin J. Michaux, ~Viich- aux, Virginia arrived Wednesday to vis't her sisters 'Misses !Margar- et and A,un Aldridge. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Berger of Rockville, Md. visited with Mrs. I C. E. Hann, North Samuel Street Thursday till Sunday of last week. While there they attended the Jefferson County Fair and vis i.ted other friends. Jane ,Moore Ambrose left on Wednesday for Durham, N. C. where she will be a member of the class at Duke University i A marriage license has been is- Ib 49csued in Frederick, Md. to Howard " Edward Kelica,n of Millville and . . . Ib, 35c Small - Lehn) . . . lb. 59c . - $1.00 (FRESH GROUND BEEF) (Lesser Quantities Slightly Higher) and Sandra Lee Thompson Of Charles Town. Mrs. Helen Shoemaker of Wash ington, D. C. is spending this week with the J. Henry James family on East Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heckman and sons spent Su,uday in Carlisle, Pa. visiting their parents. Miss Betty Lou Henshaw co- route to Atlanta, Go. visited her mother Mrs. Calvin Henshaw Lee town over the holiday weekend. Bill Hockensmith returned to Potomac State College, Keyser af ter spending the weekend with h~s parents Mr. and ,Mrs. Ab,:]er Hoc kensmith, Shenandoah Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Kimes, Up pervJlle, Va., Mr. Arthur ~amey, Cumberland, Md. and Russell Om olundro, Lakeland, Florida spent the weekend and over Labor Day with Mrs. Clayton Haines. Mr. and Mrs. MacElroy a,nd dau ghter of Grundy, Va. have been visiting at Locust Hill near Char les Town, the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Huyett Jr. Mrs. Mac Elroy is a sister o~ Mrs. Huyet,t. Mrs. Edward Schelvan of Los U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" greeting ti~e guesLs beiore a man- SPIRIT OV JEFFERSON rAnr4Ens ADVOCATE tle decorated with ,trailing smilax, 6---A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1959 candles and pore poms. The large stair ease in the reception room was interwined with smilax which~ ........................................................ ended in a shower of small satin ribbons. An arrangement of white h d F ral flowers with white candles in sil- U e at s a n u n e s ver candelabra on either side, formed the centerpiece in the din ins room from which the guests were served and the large three * tiered wedd,ing cake was in theMRS. ELDRIDGE D. LAMP and the Maccabes. center of the bride's table and was Mrs. Josie Lee Lamp, wi.fe of Besides his wife, he is survived flanked on either side by two Eldridge D.,~Lamp, died last Fri- by: son, Elliott H. Jr. at home: white candles in silver candle-day at her home in Martinsburg, t'hree daughters, Mrs. Edward E. sticks with small arrangements of after an illness of seven weeks. Brown, Mrs. Roland R,icker and bridal flowers She was born in Charles Town Mrs. Roger Dea,trich; three bro- Mrs. Jo'hn Lee VanMetre and March 21, 1883. a daughter of the ,thers-Harvey W., Joseph and How her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Boozer late Thomas and Virginia Whir-ard L.; two sisters-Mrs. Ida Scan lon and Mrs. Ro'bert Carpenter o~f of Norfolk, Va. cut and served the more Rhinoan. Miss $anflra Thompson Shepherdstown; seven grandchild- wedding cake. Presidi,ng a,t the She spent most of her life in )ren; a num,ber of nieces and ne-, punch bowls were Mrs. Manning Berkeley County a,nd was a long phews. Bride Mr Howard Kelican S=th, Mrs. Creighton Tabb and time membez" of First Pres~byterian Services were held at the Rest Miss Kate Dooley. Church, Martinsburg. Haven Funeral Chapel Monday at During the evening {he bride Last January 6, she and her hus2:30 p. m. Interme,ut was made in Miss SandraLce Thompso~ d,au and groom left by motor for a band celebrated their 68th wed-Rest Haven Cemetery, Hagers,town ~hter of Mrs. Alice Thompson, trip through Virginia, Mrs. Bull- dins anniversary. Charles Town, bec~me the bride ock travelling in a two piece green Surviving are her husband a~t JASPER J. BARRON of Mr. Howard E. Kelican, Store- dress with which'she wore black home; a daughter, Mrs. Franc4s keeper Third Class, U. S. Navy at accessories and a corsage of yel- Snyder; a granddaugh:ter, Ann; Jasper Joseph Barron, 78, a na- Bainbridge, Md. in a double ring low cymbidium orchids, a sister, Mrs. J. G. Hai'lman, Me- Live and lifelong residen,t of the ceremony Sept. 5 at 10 a.m. Mrs. Bullock is a graduate ofcl~anicsburg, Pa. a,nd a number of county died Friday morning at 1 The ceremony was performed Charles Town High School and is nieces and one nephew, o'clock i:a Charles Town General i,n the First, .Methodist Church a set~lor at Mary Washington Col- The service was conducted Moo Hospital. Brunswick, Md., by the Rev. WiN lege of the University of Virginia day at 10 a. m. at Roseone, Kog He was a son of the late Walter liam C. Warner. castor. ' Fredericksburg. Va. leschatz and Coffman Funeral and Mary Howell Barron, born on Home by her pastor, the Rev. Dr. July 22, 1881 and had been em- The couple are now residing at Lt. Bullock, the son o, L:r. and David R. Hol~t II. ployed, for 38 years by Mrs. Daisy 1926 16t,h street, N. W. Washing- John A. Bullock of Summit, N.J.Burial was in Mr. Hebron Cem- FriLLs, the pas,t 29 years at ton, D.C. is a graduate of Duke Uni~)ersity etery, Winchester. Coun,ty In,f,irmary. Dm'ham, N. C. and is now slat- Survivors include three child- Miss Darlne Heffner Will ioned at Quan~tico, Va., width the IIENRY LEWIS IIOUSE ren, Mrs. Magdalene Dagenhart of Enroll at Westerns" United Sates Marine Corps. Maryland Upon their return from their l~ites fer Henry Lewis House of Hagerstown, Mr.; Joseph Barron, College This Fall wedding trip Lt. and his bride wiN ShetJherdstown, who died T~esday of Waynes,boro, Pa.; and James Barro,n of Massachusetts; seven __ make their home in Fredericks- as the result of a truck accident sisters-Mrs. Bessie Clemmons of bMiss Darlene June Heffnerof burg, Va. i,q Baltimore, Md. were held Fri- Charles Town wit,1 enter Western Out of town guests atte:adingday at 10 a. m. at the Brown Fun Kearneysville; Mrs. Harry Russell, the wedding and reception were:eral Home with the Rev. John M. Mrs. Mary Chamblin Mrs. Ida: Whittington of Ranson; Miss Rose Maryland College, Westminister, Mr. a~.d Mrs. Lel~oy Harrin~ton, Grissinger, Jr. of Shepherdstown, A. Barron of Charles Town; Mrs. ,Md. this fall. , . ~f., ' . and Mrs. The daughter of George W. Heft Forestxdqp N Mr officiating. her of 118 Maple Avenue, she is a John MacDonald, Gloucester, N.J. Bearers were: Elliott Carpenter, Joseph Hog of Frederick, Md.; Mrs. Grace Morison of Front Roy-i graduate of Charles Town High Mrs. Deane Crosby, Miss Marcia Jack Fraley, Richard Ferrell, J. Y. al, Va.; two brothers, Lee ,of SheP School where She was active in Crosby, Hamburg, N. Y.; Dr. and Sanbower, John Thompson and herdstown and Strother Barron of the student council and was a ma- Mrs. John McCabd, Miss Sally Mc Erne,st Jones. jorette with the band. Miss Heft'- Cabd, Buffalo, N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. Burial was in the Reformed Charles Town; several grandchild- ner is interested in studing art. Rowlett Bruce, Bucking,ham, Va.; Cemetery in Shepherdsetown. ten and a number of nieces and nephews. She will be wmong 310 entering Alan Roberson, New York City; Serwices were held Monday at students who arrive on campus Miss Anita "vVilliamso,n, Arlington, ELLIOTT H. TURNER 2 p. m. conducted by t,he Rev. Wednesday, September 23 for Or- Va.; .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brill, Wash El, liott Hammock Turner, (Whole or Cut Up) Miss Edna Wysong Begins Third Year Nursing At Baltimore Church Hospital MISS EDNA WYSONG ~Miss Ed,na Tyson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wysong, has en tered her third year of nursing at the Church Home and Hospital in Bal,timore, Md. She was awarded a cash reward for her excellence in .the nursing arts by the graduat- ing class on Friday, Sept. 4. John 61, Russell J. Urquihart of t'he Bap- tentation. Western Maryland's to- ington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Cor- husband of Mrs. Mary (Harbau- List ChurCh at the Smith and stri tal enrollment 0his fall is 778. nelius P. Van Tol, South Boro, gh) Turner, Hagerstown, Md. died der Funeral Home. Burial was in _.~ __ Mass.; Bruce Stermse, Tenafly, at his home last night following Edge Hill. Good luck rare~y comes unex- N. J.; Miss Betty Wags.taft, Chase an illness of several months. peeled; usually, it is over-expect- City, Va.; Jerry Reid, Grosses Isle Born i,n Shep~herdstown, he was ed. Michigan; Miss ,Margaret John- the son Of the late Joseph D. and MRS. WILLIAM L. HITT son, Al'burn. Ill.; Miss Joanne See Emma Will4ams Turner. Mrs. ~Mabel L. Hiti, wife of hart, Woodsboro, Md.; Audrey He moved to Hagerstown 45 de R. ~Hitt died suddenly Saturday Maull, Mcn,tclair, N. J.: Ronald years ago and was employed with afternoon ~t her home on Second| Zellels, Columbi.ava, Ohio, Greg ~vIa~im:n~d~irBelLnore, N. Y.; and the WesternMaryland Railway as Avenue here. J "- a rmachinist for 40 years. A native and life-If,rig reside'rn~n of Jefferson Coun,ty she was bor s. Vernon Boozer, , Nor He was a member of First Bap- on Jan. 27, 1907 a daug%ter of folk, Va. Social affairs com'plimenting tist Church and the Men s Bible the late William' and Corn Hi,t Mrs. John A. Bullock, Jr., former- B,arfield. ly Miss Johanna Van Tol, includ- IClass; the Loyal Order of Moose Surviving are: her husband; ed a ~hower and'supper pariy, giv-ilVrs. Fred Propps and Miss Kate two daughters-Mrs. Roy North" en by Mr. and Mrs. Marinina Dooley were hostesses ,to a num- stein Hazeiton, Pa.; 'Miss M~ry Smith at their home, "The Or- bet of guests complimenting Mrs. H,i9t, a~t home; two sons-.Clyde chards" near Charles Tow,n on Bullock at,,% supper party held at Jr., 'Morgantown; William E. Wednesday evening, August 26. the Bwttletown Inn in Berryville, of Ranson; four ;Mc' Miss Susan Gore and Miss SheilaVa. (~n September 2. Kinley Jamse, ,Mrs. Clifford entertained at the Clifford Preceding the rehearsal on Fri-J,ames, Mrs. Hugh Via and home on South George Street on day evening, Dr. and Mrs. John Frances Barfield, Charles To,To Thursday evening, August 27, with L. Van Metre en~ter~alned a large ,three grandchildren and a linen shower in 'honor of Mrs. number of guests a,t dinner at nieces and rico,hews. Bullock; and on Saturday after-their home on South George St.,Services were held Tuesd~ay ~noon, August 29, Miss ,Mary Lynn in honor of Lt. and ,Mrs. Bullock ternoon at 2:30 a,t the Smi,Vh Brown was hostess at a luncheonand on Saturday a,t ,noon, Mrs.Strider Funeral Home .here ~t her home on S. Church Street. Laurence Lloyd, her daughter *Miss the Rev. Russell J. Urquhar~ That evening Miss Sarah ForrestEHen Lloyd 'and her daughter inCharles Town Baptist ,Church Strider en%ertained at a cocktail law 'Mrs. Laurence Lloyd Jr. were ficia~ting. party a~t her home. ~-Soteth Mil- hostesses a.t a pre-nuptiat lunc.h- Bm~ial was in Edge Hill Ceme* dred St, Mrs. Creighton Tabb, con honoring the bridal couple,tery 'here. IN Angeles, California is visiting her III sister Mrs. John L. Burns and bro ther Mr. J. Burns Huyett and family. Mrs. Schelvan and ~Irs. Bur,us have also been the guests ROSEN'S ARE STOCKED WITH A FULL LINE OF WEARING APPAREL of their sisters Mrs. Hutton and SPEND LESS AND GET MORE Mrs Tennis of Pine Grove, Pa. and Mrs. Green of Thurmont, Md. ESPEIALLY SUITED FOR YOUR PARTICULAR JOB, AND AT LOW Mrs. Beulah Mills of Hagers- town, Md. is spending sometime HEINZ BABY FOOD~Strained - I0 for 99c with her daughter Mrs. Russell PRICES TO FIT YOUR BUDGET! SPAS OR TREET LUNCHEON MEAT-- Miller Sr. North Lawrence Street .... 12-OZ. cans---2 for 89c Donald Smallwood who is a pat LADIFS SW[ATEliS ~RHS~O- -~ ient in the Charles Town General KINGAN'S (ORNED' BEEF HASH, 15-oz can 39c Hospital will undergo surgery to- m 7w" ' Long Sleeve, Button Front Preshrunk Poplin or No-Iron KINGAN'S CHILI CON CARNE, 15-oz can '15c Since Asbest~s-Cemen,t Styles of 100% Orlon. Plisse in Neat Two Pocket NATIONAL PREMIUM SALTINES - l-lb. box25c shingles appeared on ,he marketI Easily Washed. N Styles. Snowy White in Sizes a half century ag9 there is no re- I ao /'- C 8 to 44. Sizes 46 to 52 KENNY'S SALAD DRESSING - qt. jar 49c cord of a single shingle wearing l ~ slightly higher. GOLI) RIBBON MAR( ('RINE - - 2-l',s.29e ,. , -- Sizes 8 to 44 BOSfUL PEANUT BU'ITER - 10-oz. gl s 'LADLES DUNGAREES " '2"9s SONARCH EVAP.. MILK-=- 6 tall cans 79e County Hospttal School Mrs. John Alfred Bullock ---- ------- _ Sturdy Blue Denim "Jennies" I=" .......... A ~beaut.fful wedding took place bride and was gowned in Rbouff= Made by Blue Bell. [ Nylon StylesAt $4.98 DOMINO(withSUGARpurchase of $5.00 or" More)5"lbs" 39e Nursing Hagent0wn, Md. Town, Saturday afCernoon, Sept-[~rhioh ,she wore a matching ban- in Zion Episcopal ~hurch, Charles)ant dress of yellow chiffon with .~41ttt~.49 ~\ tomber ~ ~he. Miss Jo~,,~deauand sho~ wil and ma~ng --" ~~ PLASTIC.,,..,,.,.,^~Rn~ DAIRY FAIR ICE CREAM - - half gal. 79c Marie Van Tol. daughter of Mr. [slippers. Bridesmaids were Misses 11:?] and Mrs. Peter Hendrick B. Van [Betty Bruce of,Buckingham, Ya., ..... ~- Tol became 0he ,bride of I~. John-Susan Cromer of Dyer, Mass., Sus COHON-----------~|~[-~ ,.l[..H 7z :30" 30 INSTANTCOFF EE COFFEE ....... - - - lb. o )c Alfred Bullock, U~'V$C. "l-(he double [ an Core and SheiTa Clifford both Imported Short Roll-up l/ k_ GaugeGenerUSplasticSize Aprons,Heavy 2-oz, jar 33c ring ceremony was solemnized ~tIof Charles Town. They wore dres,~ and i'/ four o'clock by the Rev. ~tanley [es made like t, he~t of the honor at- with Front Pocket COCA , COLA - - - ~ , - 6 pack 30c F. Hauser, reo~r of the c'hurch. [tendant of green chiffon width ,mat Sleeve Styles, Ideal for Wear Q~ (One >Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 Order-- Acolytes for ~he service were d~lng hcaddresses and slippers, with Dungarees. ~ )C J,ames Ballock, brother of the JAil of the a~tenda,r~ts carried bou- Plus Deposit) groom, and Manning Lee Smit~ of quets of green ~nd yellow cypre- }C SWEAT SHIRTS LINED JACKETS (BRINhYOUR COUPONS TOM. &i K.) I[ I I II A R R O W ....... 98c G U N T H E R ..... 98c (6 PA K THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS I Ill I I I Ill OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) MISS ANNE BUHRMAN ~iss Anne Buhrma,n, daughter "of Mr. and Mr~s. Harold Buhrman of Kearneysville, studying on a t~hree year scholarship fyon~ Jeff- erson Coun~ty .Farm Woman's. Clubs for ou, t~tanding work in Jefferson 4-H C4ub work was one of four local young wm'ne~n grad- uated last week from Was,hington County Hospital School of nuz~ing in Hagerstown, Md. She is also a graduwte of Shepherd,stown High SChool. Miss Buhrman ~has accepted em plo:~ment with the hospital from which She was graduated. Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! Oh.aries Town. Large ,basket of white Fugi mums, wht,te gladoli, and large white .chrys~-rthemums wi,th palms and lighted tapers, were used as decorations in the Church, and the pews were marked with white asters and ribbons. Miss Edith &ardner organist played .the ,trad- i~onal marches and gave a rendit- ion of nuptial music while the guests were assembling, playing "O Perfect Love" immed~iately pre ceding the ceremc,ny. "Dhe bride was dressed in a whi~e wedd,irig gown made with a fi,tted bodice of Alencon lace, feat uring a boa~ neckline of nylon tul- le em~bellished wi,th iridescent se- quins and long tigh~ sleeves end- i0ng in points over the wrisCs. The long full skipt yeas of nylon tulle over ~t satin foundation and wa~ accenCed by a wide panel of lace in front extending the entire len- gth of the sl~t. Her finger tip veil of talk illusio~.n was ~t~a~hed to a J uliot cap of Alencon lace and she carried a hrld,al bouquet of white orchids. Mr. Van Tol es- corted l~s daughter and gave her in marriage. ~fiss Jan La~ven of Arlington, Va., was maid of honor for .t~e pediums. Little MI~ Judy Van Tol of S~epherdstown, :neice of the bride, was flower girl and wore a i short whi,te frock wi~h a yeHow l sash and a yellow ribbon in her hair, and carried a basket of rose petals ~hich she strewed~ in the path of the bride. Mr. William Dohog. Jr. of Cleveland, Chloe, was best man and ,groomsmen were Messrs. MiChael Bullock, brother of .the groom, of Wharton, N. J.; Wtll,ia~n P. Tutor of New York CitY; Donald E. Tell er, Bloomfield, N. J. and Vernon Boozer of Norfolk. Va. For her daugh~er's wedding, Mrs. Van Tol wore a street dre~ of Stone blue wit, h matching fe~t~her ka~ and a purple orcb2d corsage. Mrs. B~l:lock. ,mother of the groom was in a street ler~gth dress of Lime green wi,t)h a mat- chins feather h~t and wore a w~dte orchid corsage. Foi,lowlng l~he wedding, a recep- ion was held at the Gregory House, near Charles Town, where guests wexe received by Miss Ka- bheri~ne B~ylor. Arrangernert~ of w~e I~gl taurus, a~ers and whi~e pom poms with strdl~x and I~gkted candles were used as decor ations, with t~he bride and groom BIG BEN DUNGAREES Heavy l 1-Oz. Sanforized Blue Denims in Men's Sizes 29 to 46 Waist. Covert Grey or Blue Denim Zipper Jackets with Heavy Blanket Lining. REMEMBER :--ROSEN'S Heavy Fleece Lined Also Carry Sturdy Shoes Cotton Sweat Shirts. For Men or Women, Es- Sml., Med., Large pecially Suited For Or- chard or Packing House ,.29 Work. $1.69 , e