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Miss Rosalie Rexrode I a]:DOl.l. Betrothed To Mr. Myers; Plan Christmas WeddingI pEC ements - Club News IFor Hospita! Donation Day 0ct 21 Mr; Thompson Rex, ode, tim fc i:*Her an'' herdsown, has announced the en gagement of her daughter, 'Miss ~:~m rem;~v~s " "~ a~o~ n'~" nations., Mrs.. ueorge worn. Rosalie Se~anni Rexrode, to Geo I;lr~ Ve nor Cot Mzs. Richard B. Stein of the rge William Myers 3rd. He is the/~' : "--z .' Dolly Madison Garden Club will son of Mrs. G. W, Myers 2nd and [sot ron~m} o~ ~ono serve as chairman of floral decor .~he late Mr. Myers. [~Urg M~s. 2ofers pa ations to be used throughout the Miss Rexrode, a gra,nddaughter ~ar~: G_K. Wy~,o;.rg } hospital on Donation Day. of t, he late Lut~her W. Thompson ~mtm b~rnuei ~'~z'ee~ Other committees are incom- fez ~s atlend ng a is ~ senior at Shepherd College. ~,/ ,-. - -~- ... plete. Please watch papers for fur ~,~ smnl:w-, ~e wm 1,her information Mrs. Olson said. ~'le is president of the Phi Sigma ily later in the week. C%i Social Sorority. Mr. and Mz's. Calvin Fleming Mr. Myers, a Shepherdsown. were visitors on Sunday with Mr. interseetie,n and crashed into Phil and Sky Line Drive from Asheville It,itch School graduate, farms lip in his police car. Phillip suffer- "Mountain View" on S heypherd ed severe bruises and pulled mus- Grade. He is a member of t:he cles in his back. His police car is Army Reserve. The wedding has been planned for the Chris,tmas season in the New Street Methodis Church. PERSONA S ..... *...,**. * ..* **.* *.* Dr. Jules F. Langlet will be out of his office from Monday through ~day, attending a Clinical Con- l~ess of the American College of ~shrgeons in Atlantic City, N. J. Dr. Langlet will attend a Post (~raduate couzse i;.] In,tez'nal Fix- ~lon of Fractures and o t~her scion ~[~ie programs. ~ Billy Miller, son of Mr, and Mrs. I1~ ~ruy H, Miller, Jefferson Avenue 1~ suPffered a broken arm near the ~| ~oulder while practicing fo(~tball ~n Tuesday evening. Bill, a stu- li dent in Ju,nior High School is a p~tient in t'he Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital. Mrs. Gwen Conklyn is a surgical l~a~tient in the Winhes,ter Memor ial Hospital, having entered ~hez'e t \ and Mrs. George W. Fleming Jr. at their home i,n Mar,tinsbuz'g, W. Va. Miss Betsie H ann returned to At lanta, Georgia on Sunday af~er- i noon leaving Hagerstown Airport 'at 6:45 A. M. and arriving at At- Ion,go via Washington at 9:15 A. M. Miss Mary Louise Saville, dau- ~h:ter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Say]lie left last week for Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. w'here she will enroll as a sophomore for t.he coming school term. Dr, and Mrs. Glenn Hoffman of South Church Street have moved into their new home in Leetown. Mrs. Paxson Whitmore has re- turned home from a visit wiCh her daughters and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Shaw, Silver Spring, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward JOhnson a,nd family, Takoma Park, Md. Mrs. A. B. Cash returned home Sunday night after spending last week in Hampton, Va. Mr. Cash took her down and then went to bring her back. Their so,n Phillip is in the Dixie Hospital there hay ing been involved in an automo- bile accident on the 16th ~hen a man went thru a red light at an vacation with her brother-in-law and sister, Attorney and Mrs. ,James P. Burns of Washing:to,n, D. C Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hann re- tin'ned to Oak Ridge on Saturd;.~y morning after spending the week wirh Mrs. C. E. Hann. Charles Town K,iwa,nians attend ing the Divisional Inter-Club meeting las;t~ Friday evening at Petersburg were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Byrer and Burns Huyett, Sr., Mz'. and M~rs. William Hund, Mr. and Mrs. James Mole," and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Francis Printz. Miss Nellie Studd of W.ashing- ton, D. C. is the guest of her sis- ter and brother-in-law Mr. and !,Mrs James Dodd, Blakeley Apar~ ments. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard S,hreek re turned home Monday from Pensa- !cola, Florida where they had been l visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Dave FelL~er. They returned 'home by Blue Ridge Park Way ........ I I I III I I WITH AN N. C. to Front Royal, Va. Joseph Thompson, well known local business man and proprietor of Old Dominion Appliance Com- pany in Charles Tow,n, is a pa- tient in Winches,ter .Memorial Hos pital for treatments, and rest. The s.tork was partial to girls this pose week in making his deliv cries at ~he Charles Town General Hospital with six o,f the nine bir- ths occuring during the period of Sept. 23-29 being girls. A son Terry Lee was born Sep- tember 24, to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wesley Edwards, Martinsburg; and the same d;ay a daughter Dia !na, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles He,nry Fraley of Thur- mort.t, Md. Two births also occurred Fri- day, Sept. 25, a daug:Dter, M~tzi Sue, born to Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Gaynor, Route 1, Charles Town: and a son, Marvin Taylor, born to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Eug- has no smoke there's nothing no soot, to leak, spill no fumes, or burn. CONVENIENT automatic controls provide attentlon-free oper- ation. Modern in design. FAST hlgh speed heats food to cooking temperatures quickly--cuts your kitchen hours. y y Way To Because Electricity is Clean, Safe, Convenient, and Modern, Your Electric Range becomes the 'Cooking Part' of your fabulous Ali-Electrlc Home where electricity and only electricity brings benefits to every aspect of modern homemaking. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS... SEE YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER OR THE POTOMAC LIGHT & POWElt COMPANY Miss Laura Trusseil Given Surprise On Her 80th Birthday MISS LAURA TRUSSELL The You,rig Adult Class of the Leetown Baptist Church surprised Miss Laura Trussell on 'her 80th birthday on Sept. 22 at her ,home near Leetown. A .hymn sing provided ,the re- creation and 'home made ice cream and cake were served by mem- bers of the class. The guest of honor received many useful gifts and ,happy bir- ,thd:ay wishes. ~Miss Laura is the oldest member i of the Leetown Baptist Church h~ving been associated wit:h it for approximately 60 years. ene Frye, Route 1, Charles Town. S~turday, Sept. 26, a son, John Ester, Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Ester Berry, Charles Tow,n; and tha~t same day, a dau gl~,ter, Tommy Rene was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ray Buford Route 2, Harpezs Ferry. Two b~rths a,so occurred Mon- day, Sept. 28, a daughter, Pamela :Jean, to Mr. and Mrs. William Ed~ward Monroe of Ranson; and a daughter Debra Louise, born to Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis Smoot Charles Town. Tuesday, a daughter, Anna Lou- ise, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cal- vi,n Leon Myers, Rou,te 1, Pur- cellville, Va. Surgical patients ad:m,i~tAed to the hospital were: Mz's. Dorothy M. Henesy, Mrs. Marjorie M. Gro re, Master William D. Miller, Mr. Ralph Orlo Reynolds, all of Char les Town; Eugene P. Cook, Route 1, Kearneysville; Master Gary D. St~ubs, Route 1, Harpers Ferry; Mis~ Dixie K. Houser, Bakerton; and little Jeffrey Thomas Kephart Ransom Medical patients admitted were Mrs. Mildred V. D'Angelo, Millville Mr. Francis L. Welch, Ransom Miss Mary C. Doran, Harpers For ry; Baby Gregory A. Walker, Shenandoah Junction; ~Mrs.,Grace E. Dinterman, Brunswick, Md.; :Mr. William P. Perks, Mrs. Connie L. Henry, City; Mr. Melvin W. Bras'hear, Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Rit,a A. Mangrum, Mr. Char- les R. Painter, City; Master Stu- art R. Ocker, Ranson; Mr. John Thomas Bates, Middleway; Mrs. M!,nnie F. Mentzer, Harpers Ferry Mrs. Itabtie M. Engle, Kearneys: ville Rt. 1; Mr. William B. Shiley, Kearneysville; Mas~ter Larry C, Ambrose City; Mrs: Sarah Brooks l~anson; Mr. George Weaver, Har pers Ferry. Out patients were: David A. Mill er, David H. Jones, S~e.phen R. Smith, Ed,~urd L. T~rner, Joan C. Winters, Milton Cook, Norma Wilt City: George Mercer, Ransom Ka thy Chambl, in, ~henandoah Ji~,']ct- ion; Randolph H. Purr, Summit Point; Douglas Henderson, Knox- ville; James F. Cassell, Harpers Ferry; Melvin Bras,hear, Shenan- doah Junction; Rena Ryman, John Bage,nt, S'henandoah Junc- tion; Nathan]el Green III, Ralph Reynolds, Boker T. EHis, City; Claude Watts II, Mitchellville; Ka .therine Ahalt, James Corr. Steven~ Carper, Ranson;. William S, Small Brunswick. Mrs. Specht Resigns A's Advisor Canton Mrs. Anne Specht resigned as Advisor of the Teen-Age Canteen ]effective Sept. 26, 1959. Mrs, Specht held this position since March of 1951. During this time she saw the Canteen grow from eleven .members to an aver- age member~]~ip of three hundred per year. The eight and a 'half years She spent with the young .people of the town and county were most enjoyable. Mrs. Specht wishes, to express her ~hanks to all the organ,izations and individuals who helped her so faithfully and urge t'h.~t they co~tinue to st~pport t'he new ad- visor. Republkan Club Will Meet Friday, Oct. 2 iMembers of .the Jeffe~-:on Cnun ty l~publ,loa~'~ Club will meet Fri- city, O~t. 2 in regulaz" znoncn,zy session ~t t~he second floor assem- bly room of t~he ~nkhouser Office Building in P,~:nson. ~fg" The meeUng will start a~ m. (Standard Time). Cooper , - Qt~ilkin, presider~t of tl~e group, said t~ha~ many items of business will be on ~he c~lendar for di~- L cussion. Waggy Music Students To Present Recital Students of Mrs. William D. Waggy will 9rese,.~t an evening of music on Friday, O~t~ber 9th at 8:00 p. m. EST at the New Educ- a t,ionai Bui.ldlng of the Me,'~odi'st Churgh. The public is cordially in- vier~d, Argen,tine financial circles fea~ new crisis. READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOcATE , ~/ r . ~ ~ L J .r * _ _ ~ Mr,~ C E Harm Had All ii _~,~e,,~ Mrs.cagar moot t eplaces rs./ucKer Families At 1E Her Home Last Week au As Head Charles Town Jr. Woman s Club = o, North Sam- ~ ~ ................ uel St.reet had the pleasure of hav~~ Mzs. Guy Tucker, making her Mondw through Thursday. He al in~ all her children and families~]~ final appearance as president of so spoke of the need for a new ~ , . , ~.. ~ ~ the Charles Town Jr. Woman's heating system for the Haven. ~oget'ner a~ nor nome ms,~ wee~,~l~ Club, officially opened the regular [Other needs listed were paint, cur first ,time in three years..M,r. ,and~ monthly roeetin- Monday ,ni-ht rains and linens. Mrs. Mauriee Harm of Oak R,idge,.~i r~',~ Septeznbcr 21 at the Hillears; Refre~;hments were ~e,'ved byTenn arrived 8unday. even_ing, Mr;;il House. The opening was followed ~'he ho:%eas commit,tee, and Mrs. Edgar (DuKe) Hann o t~ b- ,oil ca'l nledge to the f ag I ..... /Alexandria Va. arrived Monday club pl-,d'ac and devotion:s lea by (~11'1 ScouIs on ()vernlghI morning. (~Duke ~s staUonea a,} I~M;lli~ , z~-Va ) Miss Betsie Mzs Ha,"~y Barker. I T .'., ~,,~ ..... b ~*~,,l*,. t ...... ~msbu ~, . . .' llJJ~ ;,.t1 l*Ot ~t~ II (tltl)i! ' n* ~,.,. ~xr:u:.~ a..a ....... 1.,,.