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Mr and Mrs. Russell Lee Cave, ~]70 Spruce Street, Morgantown, are receiving congratulations on 4he birth of a seven and one-half ~pound son, Gregory Todd, at West Nirginia University Hospital. Mrs. Cave is the former Miss Beth Ann ~owel!, daughter of Col. and ]t~rs. Willis Nowell, Shannondale. ~r. Cave is the son of Mr and Memorial ItospitaI. Mrs. Ott is Three County 4 H Youth the former Miss Connie Ann Moler. Born Sept 26 in Winchester Participated In Dairy Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Elwood Barr of Shepherdstown, a son, Christopher Patrick. Mrs Cattle Judging Contests Barr is the former Barbara Ann[ Sherman. 1 Three Jefferson County 4.H Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Price, of boys participated in two dairy Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray cattle judging contests last week. Price of Bunker ttill, attended Bill Grantham, Kearneysvitle, the wedding of their nephew, is a member of the State 4-H Gregory Lee Price, to Miss Linda Dairy Judging Team which plac- Lee Martin, which took place Sat- ed fifth in the Pennsylvania All- urday, Sept. 27, at Grace Presby- American Invitational Youth terian Church, Lanham, Md?They Dairy Judging Contest. He and also attended the reception which three teammates will participate followed at the Holiday Inn, in the national contest Oct. 13 in Washingtono D.C. The groom, a Columbus. Vietnam veteran, is the son of John Milton, Millville, and Bob Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Price of Ft. by Tabb, Kearneysvilie, members Lauderdale, Fla. of the alternate State team, plac- Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wood- ed in the contest at the Virginia Shenandoah Junction at the Post r Office. l'he hours will be 1:00 P, Illl" Brunswick M. to 7:00 P. M. each day. This location is for the convenience of residents of Shenandoah Junction, Bardane, Duffields, Uvilla and Reedson. Council ChurCh Women Plan For Future Events The regular monthly meeting of the Council of Catholic Women was held on Wednesday, Septem- ber 24th at the St. James Rectory The president announced the workshop of the Northwestern Deanery - to be held at Front sen rr ov E ERSO ADVOCA OCTOBER 2, Mi.ss Nancy Boyd Has ]Announce EngagemeM Jomed Home Ec. I)ivisionlMiss Carolyn Pe.echer Extensive Service jTo John Wetster I Announcement was made week by Mr. and Mrs. Peacher, of Shenandoah formerly residents of Ranson, the engagement of their dan Carolyn Lou to Mr. John Weister, son of Mr, and Edward Weister of Junction. October 25 is the date that been set for the wedding. ~cRrs. Russell I, Cave, 513 Euclid ward, Shenandale Parishi Rev. State Fair. Royal, Va: on October 4. The. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Lon ~A, enue, Charles Town. and Mrs. Blaine Rinker and five Tabb was fourth high indivi- workshop is open to all Cathohc beam and son Brian and ] i!~ Born September 25, in Win- children, Midland, Md were din- dual scorer and second high in women, organization presidents Delores Byers spent Sunday ~hester Memorial Hospital to Mr. I ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George judging Guernsey breed. The anti ~ommlssmn ~nazrmen. . Wa~zu,~u, w. ,~. d~* ~z,~'~" ~uu. ~nd Mrs. Donnie Earl Hampshire I Milton, Friday evening at their team placed first in Guernsey, sec The success of our fwst annual ~ ~f Harpers Ferry, ~[ son. Mrs. I home on Jefferson Avenue. ond in Jersey, and third in Ayr- bazaar was discussed and plans ':~ampshire is the former Carolyn [ Mrs. Mac Keiter 222, Prospect shire. " were made for our second annual A~end ~hurdl ~ulldl~ ~i!~nnout-of-town visitors at the home [ guestIden" I AvenUe,at Charlesthe VirginiaT Wn' is Baptistn wa u, d Ma. Plansbazaar weret bealsoheldmadeJune forl3th'a bake[970"~ uumul3 sale to be held on October llth nrnm Mr. and Mrs. Rufus W. Park on I.H. me, Culpeper, V.a:. She .wou.ld :~. I like to near irom au her Irlenus. n from 9 a m. until 12 noon at II lOll nursnay, ~ept ~:~, were Mr Joe Keiter, Have ~'J," " ~Her address is Mrs. Mac Lawrence Gray Furniture World. MISS NANCY BO D li IIouse, State President of the]virg~ia Baptist Home, Culpeper, A beautiful ceramic Nativity Y tlRnnAr ~est Virginia Jaycees; Mr. [ Va 22701. Scene was on display. The women Miss Nancy R. Boyd, daughter ~,m~mm ,e es Taylor, State Secretary of I Mr. Mrs. Victor S:Espeos First Reunion In 4 Yearsof the church will have tickets to o, and Mrs. H E Boyd, Kear ".--------'--L '~e "" "'i " ia Ja c es nd,ancl cmlaren, v,ctor, Jr t'aul, distribute for the ceramic, neysville, has joined the Federal IIII'UI1UgS west v rgm y 'e ; a "-1 " n" s"ent the Father Stack showed the plans Extens~n Service, D!vision. of 1~ . [~m ~u.:u,~.v ~.y. ~, ~, I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gray .$1so President of the Keyser Jay- [ past "weekend in Miami Beach, were surprised by their children that have been drawn for the pro ~ome .~conomics of me Umtea Famous Haggar Imperial ~; and Mr William Chidester, J t .m h. i al States uepartment ot Agriculture " ]Fla, They flew by,e fr t Sunday when they all came to ::: posed Par sh h 1. . . ~ me~ees. rremaentAlso visiting the.Parks t toe l~.eyser anY-that [ National Ai~i?linda,Ort TheirvisitedOtherher with them at the home. It was the MR. AND MRS. DELMAR LEE COGLE n ct er 22nd At this meetin the Expanded Food and Nutrition " 030 model The look so [daughter, visit and have $ family gathering ~*::~::~:~:~:~ o Theo, obnext meeting, will be heldg She ~s pr gram Coordmator. for dress slacks.m slimmer ~evening was Mrs. ~arma lvietcazt,/~,rnndnnrent~ Mr and Mr~ gas first time in four years the en- Father Lambert Stack will con- Educatmn Program m the South- popular with young execu- ~f rl To-'~ ~ ~'-- -~" ~,a es . w -. Gilman at their home on South tire Gray family had been to- ,-,~a"-~ -.~- ~en~en ~ais-ussion~ . ~ ern Region of the United States ayes and college men Fea- r r. ann rs. Clarence towa a I Seminary Street et er A wedding of local interest oc-I sage. The mother of the groom which include the Virgin Islands Clark, Shepherdstown, are the| M" nd Mrs Calvin P F[ g h The oldest daughter of Mr and curred Thursday, Sept. 11 at 7:30 i wore a bmge and brown suzt with ,-- and Puerto Rico. She will assist Tures extra-deep Shape-O- parents of a son, born Sept. 25,[. ~. a, . ( . " ='[ Mrs Gray cam~n fram Monte- p.m when Miss Kathy Madline Imatching accessories and a white Lowerv |0 KeD0~' ~ state program leaders in keeping Matic waistband Beautiful -" r h rn i " " " " in the Winchester Memorial Hos- |lng, Jr ann aaugmer elm, ot ca Calff and a total of 27 ohil- Ha per, dang ter of Mr. and Mrs. ca at on corsage. . up w th developments and plann- fashion colors ~pital. Mrs. Clark is the former]Greenbelt, Md spent the week- dren an~i grandchildren was in]Carl Harper of Brunswick, Md I Following the wedding a recep- R.|l~n~ D~n~:~m Tn ing and carrying out the Expand- iss Rosa Lee Truss. /end with Calviffs parents, Mr attendance'~The were Mr nd[ became the bride of Private Del- tion was held at the home of the ~mNm~ ~v~um ~ ed Food and Nutrition Education [ and Mrs T W e' q. l mar Lee Cogle, son of Mr. and bade. . Program, i? Mrs. Carlton Hehle and Mrs Mrs Calvin P. Fleming, Sr. . y . a . i fo nia "Mr"a'*"Mr" if""[ Mrs Howard Cogle, Route 2, Har- Cutting the cake were Mrs PrA 6r0up M0n&y N[0htl ]Kenneth Jenkins from Jefferso-[ Recent visitors with the Slush- r nd s.J.R. CI ton, . . taian Manor Nursing Home, at-] ers and Wilsons, near Leetown, Norfolk Va Mr and Mrs Rob-]lpers Ferry Madhne Porter, of Knoxwlle, Md ertGr'ay and chzldr" ' en, Robin" The double ring ceremony was an aunt and godmother of the. The first meeting of the Char.Iik~ I l l II I 1 I I~ [ |ended a workshop Sept. 24 and [ were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wall, Revan Beck-, Leetown" Mr andt solemmzed by the Rev. Raymond bade, and Mr#. Lllhan Cam and les Town-Ranson, P. T. A. will he i [~l I L L I~ I L L i: I ~5. The workshop was held at the [ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swartz, Charles Mrs 'Shirley' Gray, 'Cul~eper, I Schenk, Sr pastor of the bride, I Mrs. JoAnn Roderick, who assist- held Monday, October 6, 1969 at [ [ New Glenwood Park Methodist |Town, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer Va.; . and Mrs. Mack Woodard the Charles Town Junior HighI Miss Dorothy Lake I Home near Bluefield, and was [ and son~ Jimmy, Big Pool, Md "Mr ~ at the home of the bride's par- ed At the punch bowl was Miss sponsored by the W. Va, Chapter I Mr. and Mrs. Minor Wilson, near and' sons ~o~er and Mike tents. "zne semng tor me cere-lwan(m ~vernart anct mrs. JAnoa School at 7:45 P. M. [ ~'~1~ ~.~ ~~,~ . I ~f the American College of Nurs- [Berryville, Va Mr~ Stuckey, Mrs. ~r~n~e v~ ~-s ~a~r~,~,'e* t'-,'a~, J sony was of white gladah and I Staubs, cousms of the groom, and The program to be presented i ~Iar'ti~nshu'r"~," "hi'r" ~"nd~'Mrs ~l~arqlwedding bells, with Mrs. Lacey both from Harpers Ferry. !at this meeting will be A Pro- SK/1 and Mrs. Howard Kelican [ng Home Administrators Dot Hanna, Mrs. Ernest Siusher, ~ "r " ' ~ n" " nd I Harding, cousin of the bride, I Mrs Bonnie Lawson, sister of gress Report on the Jefferson and daughters, of Virginia Beach, '~ f Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lester Ott, [Jr,Leetown, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hurter, Cha les T w,Mr. a Mre Di ,k T-lnff ~hu~'l~ Town" [provlalng toe weaning muszc,tne orloe, was az me guest DOOK. County School Building Program" Va spent several days last week ] Route 1, Charles Town, are the ]Wright, RFD, Shepherdstown, - I M~ --.n a# - ~ ~ M~o,n ~,d] Given in marriage by her par- At the gift table was Mrs. Lucy Mr. T. A. Lowery, Supt. of Schools with the former's parents, Mr. ~arents of a son, James William, lMr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, n-.~;~,~t*,~,~ ~,~h~o ,~,~ .T~.~.lents, the bride wore a street- I Harding and Miss JoAnn Law-i and Mr. Herbert Cotrill, Assist-and Mrs. Clifton Kelican. I born Sept. 24, in the Winchester ~ Jr and sons, Kevin and David. ~v"~','n~l"M'r"~Jnd'~"r~"':l"R: Mi"i-[length dress of silk organza and]son, l ant Supt. of Schools and Supt A party was held at the home h"~,' n"'~,a-'~tan-~'h-te'r'g'i]aron'" M"ar- I Alecon lace with long tapered [ For traveling the bride wore a of Secondary Education will pre- of Miss Linda Cogle on Friday I " ~": ~ Z. i t~n~h"r'~"Y Mr- ~enr~ C, rav and / sleeves. Her shoulder length veil I Winter white suit with Navy he- sent the program~ evening. Those present were [ NOW 01~ children Tummy, ann Gary War. ]was Of English illusion with a l cessorms and the pmk rosebuds Rev. Allan Bartlett, P. T. A. Mrs. Thomas Dillow and son, Run- t %,'im"mv t crown of white satin. She car-]lifted from her bridal nosegay. ] i ro " . . President, announced that all of aid, Mrs, Dora Mac Kelican and l ELLIE'S BRIDAL Donovan, Jr and son, David. I rled a nosegay of p nk sebuds [ Followmg a short weddmg trip the members of the Jefferson sons, Dickie and Terry, Mr. and I [ ~i~ ~'nnds nf all kind were served Iand white carnatmns. [the couple .returned to the home County Board of Education have Mrs. Jerry Bond and son, Wayne,[ SHOP and BOUTIQUE ] s 7"- "1 Mrs. Mahnda Cook, a,frmnd of I of the bride's parents where she been invited to this important Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Viands, Jr I %~~~/ 14 SOUTH LOUDOUN STREET ] II/ JJ t~S.JI- $ .~ [the bride, was matron of honor. I will reside while her husband meeting, and sons, Michael and Leonard, t i, -',~ ~: i worlo WlOg t, ommunion [She wore a street length dress oft completes a tour of duty in Ger- The Principals of each Charles Misses Gaylene and Pat Shileyi I ~~~ NEW DEPARTMENT OF THE ,], [pink trimmed in gold with match-[many. TO RA ~e~m#z~l ~nn~]au iing shoes. Her headpiece was a ] Mrs. Cogle, a 1968 graduate of TowntroduceandeachRansOnof theirSCh lnewWillteach-in" andand MiSSpotatoDOtchipsLake.werePUneh,servedCakeby[I [ [~~~ MARGARET L. HODGSON SHOP,t~ vu=~l ~-~tl ~ u 3,pink net held by a spray of pink ] Brunswick (Md.) High School, is ers the hostess. ] COMP A OR TH 'i [ LETE TTIRE F E -* - -- [flowers. [employed at Geico in Chevy This first m eting of the 1969 Sunday guests of Mr. and : ra i At M~thn&d 17hureh I Mr. Douglas Cook, cousin of the I Chase, Md. n. ," ,~11 ~groom, served as best man. TheI Pvt Cogle, a 1968 graduate of 1970 school ~;ear is for the total T. W. Dillow were Mr. and Mrs.[' BRIDE AND HER ATTENDANTS P. T. A. membership of Charles Dale DilloF of Rockville, Md Mr. 1 i,World Wide Communion will junior ushers were Mr. Richard Charles Town High School, was Town and Ranson. and Mrs. Sam Oliver and Mrs I ] FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL 667-3013 ] he observed at Asburv United Lawson, Frederick, Md.; and Ted-employed at the 3-M Company - Danny Dillow and son, Ken;, of] Methodist Church Sunc]ay, Oct dy Cook, of Harpers Ferry. [plant at Middleway before enter- --~ . ~ Bolivar, Mr. Foster Lewis, o Sil- i ELLIE CREAMER, OWNER,5 durin~ the 11 o'clock worshin For her daughter's wedding the [ ing the Army. ~,~,~m~ ~,~ ~. ver Spring, Md and Mr. and Mrs. -,-~ service ~rhe church is located on bride's mother wore a Hunter l Guests at the wedding were T.W. Dillow, Jr and children, the corner of ~ Charles and Green suit with matching acces- from Virginia, West Virginia and Tana and Tonda, of Charles - - - --~" ~" " North sfreet, t Rev J. Lee sories and a white carnation cor- Maryland. Town. YOUR FALL HAIRDO Williams is pastor. A nursery for Mrs. Elsie Ha stead Randy Longerbeam, of Bolivar, pre-school children is provided roll, with Mrs. Stanley Conrad,] At a special meeting Tuesday spent Saturday night and Sunday See Our Experts For A for this service. [403 Preston St Ranson at 7:30 night of interested persons, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ercel A. Basore with his grandparents, Mr. and .oo---es o mI s oom was a. o and children, Kim and Todd, Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. all'ages is at 9:30 a. m. The chu- No. 4 Chairman Mrs. George ~ head the Hallowe'en projects, spent the weekend on a small tourI Mr. Joe Dod~son, of Alexandria, That Easy rch invites you to come and Mickey, with Mrs. Nicholas Car-with George Vickers, manager of worship, t son, 417 E. Washington St 7:30 the Chamber of Commerce assist- into central West Virginia. They IVa spent the weekend with Mr. '~, spent Saturday night at Black i and Mrs. John Dodson. " '~ , Activities for the week incIude: P.m. ing. Plans for tne projects Were Water Falls and on Sunday en-! Mr. Ted Johnson, of Hummg- * ~ ,:, : " SPECIAL! Cherub Choir 3:30 p. m. Mon- No. 5 Chairman Mrs. Allen Mar- discussed and they will be ann- ~,vod ide on the Cuss Railroad ton, Pa, spent the wee~cena with : ' : ar . . shall, with the Chairman, Old ounced later, it was stated. Kim and Todd were especially his parents;, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph : '" : Monday --- Tuesday --- Wednesday day, Jr. Choir 4 p. m ; Youth Cave Road at 10:00 A. M. ON HAIR CUTS Choir 7:30 p.m. t s -dv I impressed with the stage coach I oonnson. i " ride in Cass [ mr. ann mrs. ~ary Kei caxt, oz Open Monday thru Saturday - 8 A,M. - 5 P.M. Council on Ministries Monday LaSor earn ' rs ~ Middleway, were Monday evening ecenc unaay VlSKOrs ol lw ~ 7:30 p. m, in Fellowship Hall. " ~isitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton ' THURSDAY -- 8 A. M.- 9 P.M. Circles meet Tuesday TO Be In Shenandoah Edith Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Kelican No. I Chairman Mrs. Francis Irvin Hall were.Mr, and Mrs. Rob- Trudy Johnson spent Saturday -- ~VlI~/~'IN!A~g RWAIITV .~HOP 219White's. GeorgeWith Mrs.St, atLee2 p.WilliamS'm. Junction Oct. 7.8=9 ert Wilt and children, Fairfax, night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Den- ~ , xr~ Mr and Mrs ~,hh, win~, nison, of Charles Town. Uharles Iown~ t i a DIAL 725-5414 No. 2 Chairman Mi s. Henry |[ " "" B ItS ' and family, Arlington, Mr. and Mr W.ayn. eCogle, of .a more,"I TAlt" ~ Hine, with Mrs. George James, =' The labor force study in Jeffer- ~rs Ollie James Martinsburg, ma vis~teo nis sister, lvnss IAnaa v,-u o-~o~, Mrsl Jody James~ Indianapolis, Cogle, on Friday evening . ~~~.~ Ind, Mr and Mrs Frankie Hall ~---'-===-- -- - - --" - a~ III and Evelyn, Shepherdstowm, and X --I Miss Charlotte Ann Thomas. ~ " nIMIM~ flia~ T.q TL- Mr and Mrs Charles Stride and S VIIilII UUL /[ /11 Fraley and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ~ l~ Ill Ill~$1 I~l~i lllll il ill1| ' Sunday -- Mr and Mrs Mark Whittington ~ UNI/LKI,H IIll l < day afternoon. ~ ~ma~ um~ Im~||si~l ~ 26 Mr and Mrs William Fellers da in Mr r r. -, arles; st. Utlarle 'row'rb night p.m. i II * Mt. Parvo Avenue at 7:30 p.m. The,Charles Town Senior No. 3 Chairman Mrs. J. W. Car- Woman s Club has decided once son County conducted by a "Mo- ,~ ~ again to plan and direct the .two bile Team" friJ~ the West Vir- <- -. . ~.l Hallowe'en pro[eels - a parade ginia Department of Employment .~1~]~[ 1)~[] ]>~ -.~ ~le~if,~ ~ and window painting 'contests--- Security is now into the 9th ~/||1]1 ]~11[( ~//ill ~J~iTl[M[l~[[~l~ which proved to be so popular week. The study is being made ~'t l/h[i]] [i ~ Ill ~|/Wl/I ILl|l),~ during the Hallowe'en season in at the request of the Jefferson Timmy vzslted Mr. and Mrs. voug ~ ~i ]]l {~[[~1~[ ~/~ ~ }~](~ i I[~]f(- Charles Town. For several~ years County Chamber of Commerce. -: ~tl . ll/IAk0 ' "~ ~ ~ the Woman s Club took in the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs Stride, Jr Shepherdstown, on ~ II~ RlllLI lilll liltS ~ initative, and with the splendid day, October 7, 8, and 9, repre- ' ~ support and cooperation of the~'~- and *daughter, Hedgesville, visited ~ I% ~11| r . ,Jefferson County Chamber of m "K~ lnlX Commerce and the Charles Town W 0 0 D Y F R E E Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard Sun- ~ K r l/VIllt ilrmnl~ ]~,' nm s ~v, m,# Downtown Retail Merchants As- " " ~ Onen Tuesday Thru Sunday 11 15 a. m. - 8'30,t- a - M "" ,sociation, staged most interesting T RI0 were Sun y d" ner guests of . " 3-pc, Knits by areo 1 olo and educational window painting and Mrs. J. D. McCarty, Martins- [[ CLOSED MONDA, YS i Imports, Ltd, competition prior to Hallowe'enEVERY SAT. NIGHT burg. " N !11 and then climax the Hall- 9:30 "A,-,-,nd the World We Setrehed owe'en celebrating in Charles ~~ 1~,~. V,~" ,*~ ~fullv to bvi'~' ~", Town and Ranson with a big pa- HAWAIIAN Ft ~ ~['~ ~"~ n ~ualit ""~ a,-, ade. Last year both projects were the finest in fashio q y and fit dropped, but as the result of a NITE CLt$ ~ ,~, host of requests for the revival FOR RESERVATIONS: ~] ]~ UUAI5 AND DKr 3b KNII'~ of the projects, the Woman's PHONE 834-7200 ~~" ~v ng~MAWI~ Club has decided to do so. - ] t },A wonderful blend of 70% A 1 i A A [] lira I = i,Dacron . Polyester and 30% Wool i L t t Perfeect For the Brisk Fall Days DLHOOIIr Wa n S "al" Sh COLORS ~~ 5o~ness and Comfo~ sni 0p,| ss--I " Va] smart styling, too For our eustorn s shopping convenience we now honor III cuM u ,-" ITY OIL CO. IIII .e,p Wanted Patent ~'~~ ~ " BankAmericard. I! I1 I ~~il~ 100% Leather With l! New Heating Systems lAir Co d nmg T UCK SIZES I I A Sturdy Arch Support H8 E. Martin Street W. Washington Street ". II i "o " 4 vz Thru 12 ' Mufti burg, W. Va. ~ Charles Town, W. Va. I 26&2'/68 ~~'-~7 725-5221 liFree Water Tests Anytime][lI DRIVERS AAAA- AAA- AA- A ]1 Home Com|ort Dept. Ill Write: B- C and D Widths Browse-- Sip Coffee --- Enjoy Soft Music [i ~ -,~, ,A.~ Ill,P.O. Box 'Z' 231 ]i rnone ,o u i l " " [i F-R-E-E ESTIMATES I[ I c/o the ,~ ~ k,~ s' Slmoe. rater, !~ !, . Tow, w v,"-- w J t ,Aug. 7-tf- I I II I Illll I