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!rJcia Ann Foitz Exchang Wdh Mr. Moler In gerstown :i MRS. CHARLES FLETCHER MOLER On September 5 in St. Marks Church, Hagerstown; at 2 p. m., Miss Patricia Ann the daughter of Mr. and Norman L. Foltz, 219 Mar- Road, Hagerstown, and Mr. Charles Fletcher Moler, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Moler 105 East Congress Street, Charles Town, were united in marriage. Officiating clergyman for the double ring ceremony was the Rex,. Edward P. Heinze. Tthe pan three weeks. The Re!. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Allen Bar~.let~, rector of Zion A. W. Beachley, organist, render-Episcopal Church, Charles Town, ed pro-service music and accomp- I officiated and burial was made in anted Miss ,lennifer Newcomer,~ Pleasant View Memory Gardens, Hagerstown, who sang "The near the Baker V. A. Center. Voice That Breathed O'er Eden," The deceased was born in Ran- , ) " by Keble and 'O t erfect Love, son, August 3. 1892, a son of the Barnby. She also sang Malotte's late George and Elizabeth V. "The I,ord's Prayer,' (luring the Drish Anderson. He had been The dece3,~ed wag born in Edin- I Port~r~outh, Vs.; and Garnett burg,',* Vs. August~*' 24, 1894, a son IRinker, Woodstock, Va. of the late William and Sarah Catherine l,indwood Rinker. tie Presbyt ians lo. was a member of the Penteco~al Church Jackson erks Post Honor Mrs. Leo Kisner, 71, of the American Legion and a veteran of World War I. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Retiring Secretary Sarah Catherine Rinker, at the ceremony. The processional s aond employed for years by the C. L. home; four sisters---Mrs. Ethel The members of the Charles recessional were "Praise My Robinson Con~pany until nis re- Boswell, Huntington, Md.; Mrs. Town Presbyterian Church wil,l the King of Heaven," by Goss and tiremen, t some time ago. Ite was Georgie McDonald, Winchester, Purcell's "Trumpet Tune." akso a member of the Epi~opal Va.; Mrs. Bertha Scott and Mrs. honor the church secretary, Mrs. Serving as maid of honor was Church, the Independent Order Mamie Harris, Mt. Jackson, Va.; Leo Kisner, with a reception on Miss Vivian Lamberson, Williams- of Red Men and was a veteran of two brothers---ttarry M. Rinker of Sunday, September 25th. This re- port, Md. and the bridesanaids World War I. were Miss Valerie Nausbaum of Surviving are his wia'e, Mrs. Taneytown, Md., and Miss Pat- Bernice E. Anderson, Ranson; ricia Jean Mole'r sister of the bridegroom. All attendants were two sons, Randolph of Inwood; actired in floor len~h, empire and Robert of Kearney~wille; five sheaths of Rose Dawn antique grandchildren, one great grand. child. satin with matching lace gowns 750 Gallon To 1,500 Gallon Septic Tanks, and short veils They carried WILLIAM EARL RINKER nosegays of white rose mums Drain Tile - Commercial and Home Sewer Funeral services wilI be held with ivy. Saturday at 2 p. m. from theSystems- Complete Installation. All Work Miss Fol~z, given in marriage Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- Is Guaranteed. by her father, appeared in a gown of white, cotton damask created al Home in Ranson, for William by her maid of honor. Suisse lace Earl Rinker, 72, of 11th Avenue, edged the neckline and slightly Ranson, who died Sept. 21, in Baker V. A. Center. The Re!. flared skirt, which ended in a . , .... encrusted J Lee Williams pastor of the chapel train A crown " ' .. : "- ~ "" -~ she Asbury Methodist Qhureh of wi