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September 15, 1966

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SPZRZT OF:JErVERSO FARMS ADVOCATE [Missy__ . Cynthia MillerAnnounced THURSDAY___, SEPTEM.___.__.__ BER 1;,, 1966 A---_____6 m._e.._ u._tt,L, presen**ty are re, ,din in Ranch cnuagemen, rlOL~IUIII ~U~ (il3 and Mr. Place is employed with the Standard Lime and Cement TO Mr, Robert Keller ol#mn|7 A.n Off Company in Mar~land. Mrs. Place ,,,,,,,-,.., -~. --v is employed at trle Blakeley Bank In Wilfiamsport, Md. Announcement has been made the marriage of Mrs. Sarah L. Crtml, (ff Rans(m, dauffb~er of Mrs. tlerman Reed of Kearneys- wille and the la~e Ezra W. F~ddler, to Mr. Gary Lee Place, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Place of Route 3, Martinsburg. The double ring ceremony was solemnized August 20 in St. And- drew Presbyterian ChurctL Wili- iamsport, Md., by the Rev. Nor- man G. Price. Only members of the immediate families and close friends wRnes.~l the ceremony. F(~l]owing the ceremony the couple left for a wedding ttptp to Niagra Falls and Canada. They & Trus~t Company in Ransom Jeffe o; To Stage Teen Dance The Jefferson Jaycees have an- nounced the arrangements for their Teen Dance are now com- plete. "The Five Acts" will pro- vide the beat for the local "go-go" set at the Charles "Town Race track on September 24, from 8:30 to 11:30 p. m. Admission is $1.00 per person. Teens from both Charles Town and from out-of- town are welcome. ATTEND CHURCH Monday. Tuesday . Wednesday ..-ONLY--- mill mill (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Va. YES, IF IT'S NEW FOR FALL, YOU WILL FIND IT AT THE AREA'S NEWEST WOMEN'S FASHION SHOP .... . AND WHAT BETTER WAY TO BE SET FOR FALL THAN A BRADLEY SUIT ..... AT JO ANN MOLE 'S, YOU CAN SELECT FROM THE LARGEST INVENTORY Of COUNTRY CLOTHES By BRADLEY, In The Area .... . SPECIALIZING IN' OUTERWEAR, For The Discerning Woman, JO ANN MOLER'S OFFERS A COMPLETE SELECTION IN FINE 'Sportswear, Casual & Dress Attire... Open Week Days From 10 a. m. 'Til 5 p. m. Friday Evenings 'Tfl 8 p. m ....... 112 East Washington Street Phone 725-5047 Charles Town, W. Va. IN CHARLES TOWN !~i!ii!::~!i by J AOJILI daughter of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Mered,iVh Axline and family of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Norman tIostler and family of Route 2, Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Her- bert Mer~Tman and granddaugh- ter Peggy Deener of Middletown, Md. and Linda Ahalt and Virginia Brandenburg of Brunswick, Md. Thisis the stocking you've been waiting for] The sheerest Supp-hose stocking ever created.., new Supp-hose Supreme Sheer...the beautiful new stocking that offers famous Supp-hose support and the ultimate in sheerness. All this.., plus the most magnificent range of fashion tones ever! And $4.95 pr, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hensil Markle, Route 1, Kearn- eysvi~lle, a girl, on Selatember 7 in the Winchester Memorial Hos- pital. Mrs. Markle is the ,former Miss Shelby Jean Carper. Mi~ Sandr~ Rogers, daughter o$ Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rogers, 218 South Water Street, left last Tuesday to resume her studies at Bluefieid State College where she enters her Junior year. She is Secretary of the Student Coun- cil and a member of Det~a Sigma Theta Soro'riiy. Mrs. Edith Psillas, Mrs. Rich. ard Dailey and Miss Mary Baum- gardner were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Psillas, Jr. ....... : ~ in Hagerstown, Md. last Thursday. : , i Mr. and Mrs. John Shield and :: two children, Larry and Patty have returned to their home in MISS CYNTHIA MILLER Announcement was made this week by Mr. and Mrs. John L. Miller, of Shepherdstown, of the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia Ann, to Mr. Robert Lem- en Keller, son of Mrs. Robert Keller and the late Mr. Robert I A. Keller of Shepherdstown. l Miss Miller and Mr. Keller are seniors at West Virginia Univer- sity. A Spring wedding is planned. Florence, Ala., a~ter spending a week visiting Mrs. Shields' par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knight- ing of Stephenson, Vm and other relatives and friends in Stephen- son and Charles Town and sev- eral days with Mr. Shields' par- eros, Mr. and Mrs. John Wi,lhoite in Lexington, Ky Mrs. Shields before her marrieg was Miss Jan- et Knighting, a resident of Char- les Town and a graduate of Char- les Town High School. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Yohe and son Glenn of Ellicott City, Md., visited on Sunday with Mrs. Yohe's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McCormick and also their aunt, Miss Virginia Mock. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hehle and Mrs. Zora Hehle a~tended the dedication of the new postoffice building in Parsons, W. Va., on ~;aturday, Sept. 10. Mrs. Grace Vick, Hickory, N. 3., was a Sunday evening visitor zith her brother-in-law and sister ~Ir. and Mrs. Robert Wiley. Miss Mary Baumgardner and Mrs. Richard Dailey attended the Copenhaver-Naill wedding at the Lutheran Church in Taneytown, Md. Iast Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Henry af 502 South Church Street, are he parer~ts of a son, Jeffrey Rob- in, born Septen~ber 10 in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Irs. Henry is the former Miss Judith Lee Snyder. Mrs. Lloyd Giles is a surgical )atient in the Winchester Mem- orial Hospital, having entered ~here the first of this week. '#ashington Author, Columnist To Speak Mrs. Leeds Riely was guest speaker for the Glen Burnie Garden Club in Winchester, Va., on Thursday. The Club staged a workshop at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. William Peterson while the exhibit was "How Green Was My Valley." Mrs. G~ I. Courtney of Anna- Md., and Mrs. TiUie Shee- han of Ba4timore, Md., were Wed- nesday visitors with the former's aunt, Miss Virginia Mock and with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McCormick. Miss Mary Baumgardner of Ipova, Ill., spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dailey. While here she visited other rel- atives and friends in the county. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiley and grandson, Butch Breeden attend. ed a birthday party in Berryvitle, Va., Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sowers. The oc- casion being Mr. Sowers' birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. David Sheets and daughter Donna Jean, Peterstown, At Garden Club Meeting W. Va., spent last week visiting Mrs. Sheets' parents, Mr. and Mrs. CarLton Hehle. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Copen- ' hayer of Tane~town, Md,, visied with Mrs. Grace Moler on North Samuel S~reet last Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Pair~ter, Harpers Ferry, a girl, Li~ Mae, on September 5, in the Winchester Memorial Hos- pital. Mrs. Painter is the former Miss Betty Jane Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harden of the Bloomery gave a birthday d,inner on Sunday, September 11 for her father, Mr. Charles Staubs of Lancaster, Pa. Present for the occasion in addition to the hen- ored guest and Mrs. Staubs, were Mr. and M~s. Doug Brackett and Miss Sandra Seckman ] Engaged To Mr. Peacher MRS. HERBERT GREGER Mrs. Herbert Greger, of Wash ington, D. C., will be guest speak- er on the program for the dis- triet meeting of the Shenandoah Potomac Garden Chub to be held Monday, October 3, at 2 p. m. in the Charles Town Moose Hall. Mrs. Greger, an oustanding authority on floral designs, and MISS SANDRA SECKMAN Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Seckman, Route 2, Martinsburg, announce the engagement of their daughter Sandra K. to Mr. Clifton N. Peach er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher, Halltown. grad- Miss Seckman is a 1966 uate of Martinsburg Senior High School and is now employed by' The Old National Bank of Mar- tinsburg. Mr. Peacher was graduated from Harpers Ferry High School in 1965 and is now employed by Welrs Industries of Charles Town No date has been set for the wedding. author of a weekly column "Beau- ty in Flowers," carried each Sun- day in the Washington Evening SCar and also a book by the same name, will speak on "This is My Way." The program will be open to the public, the price of aflmiss ion being $1.50. Mrs. Greger was born in Aus- tria, in the part which is now Czechoslovakia, and graduated from the Austrian Teacher's Sere inary in Prague. She married soon after and accompanied her hus- band to Japan, where he was con- nected with the Far Eastern Min- ifig University in research and teaching. She became irRerested in the Japanese way with flowers and became the first western graduate from the world-famous Ohara School of Japan, where she attained a Master's Degree in Floral Arts. In 1934 the Gregers settled in :Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Greg- er found that most contemporary American homes asked for a somewhat style from both the Japanese and the European floral designs. During her years here in America she has worked, lectured and taught diligently to catch our end of this sparkling rainbow As an accredited judge Mrs. Greg- er has judged many large flower shows, is a member of several Garden Clubs in the Washington area and belongs to the Garden Club of America. Powhatan School Began 18th Year September 14 With Registration R6gistra$ion Day on Wednes- day, September 14, from 9 a. m. to 12 noon, marked the beginning of the 18th year of operation for the Powhatan School in Boyce, Va. All children, whether old students or new, were required to register a~ the school. Classes will start at 8:40 a. m. on Thurs- day, September 15. The regular school day will end at 3 p. m. Powhatan expects an enroll- mea of 124 boys and girls in grades 1-8, according to the head- master, Donald E. W. Niemann. This will be the highest enroll- ment in the schoors history. The children come from W, inchester, from Clarke, Faquier, Shenan- doah and Warren Coun,~ies, and also from Jefferson County, West Virginia. THE VILLAGE SHOP OF TOWN & COUNTRY CLOTHIERS W. Washington Street Charles Town, W. / WHILE THEY LAST! COOL SAVINGS ON TODAY'S MOST WANTED FIX-UP ITEMS! SALE PRICES OFFERED TO SEPT. 22 ONLY Fantasti( Savings! OUTDOOR Movable Shutters O'Brien Standard Mixed" Colors Odd Lot Storm Windows Flush doors, panel doors, screen doors wooden window Shutters & scores of wante~i items! REPEAT $PKIAL! 6'0 Reg. $10.95 Famous ALUMINUM CE EX tll ~t:(I ! ~eati 1A X 4 X8 Panel Each Interior Paint REGULARLY .i $6.50 #1 - 26c Per Board STORM Blue Grass Triple Track. Heavy Welded F r a m e. Insulation. Reg. $4.60 sale priced 16 OZ. NO MONEY DOWN! DIVISION OF Commonwealth Lumber & Hardware Just Say CHARGE IT! N. MILDRED STREET Charles Town, West Virginia OPEN MON. to FRI. 7:30 to 5:00 P. M. SAT. 7:30 to 12:00