Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
Lyft
October 16, 1969     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 6     (6 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 16, 1969
 

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Jane Fields of Martinsburg and Leilani Fout of Sandusky, Ohio were dressed in white crepe gowns with gold velvet bows to match the maid of honor. They carried a basket of yellow mum petals, which they scattered in the path of the bride. The ring bearer, Jay Fields, appeared in a full dress black tuxedo carrying the rings tied with white ribbons an a white satin pillow trimed in white lace. Mr. William had for his best man Mr. Richard Smallwood, bro- ther of the bride. Ushers were Mr. Donald Kilmer of Charles Town and Mr. Bowyer Fout III fo Sandusky, Ohio. Mrs. Smallwood chose for her daughter's wedding a melon color dress, with gray accessories. She accented her attire with a floral arrangement of white mums. It ~vas a very impressive cere- mony when the couple knelt while the congregation repeated "The Lord's Prayer." A reception followed at Hilltop House where Miss Nancy Breeden presided at the punch bowl and Miss Jean and Barbara Potts at- tended the gift table. After the bride and groom shared a piece of the five tier wedding cake, Mrs. Donald Fields served the rest of the guest. Mrs. Donald Kilmer and Mrs. B0wyer Fout Jr. served as hostesses. The bride is a 1966 graduate of Harpers Ferry High School and is presently employed at the V. A. Center in Martinsburg. Mr. Williams of Monroe, Louis- iana just returned from an 18 month tour in Vietnam and is presently stationed as a U. S. Army Recruiter in Hyattsville, Md where the couple will reside. When the couple left for a honeymoon at Pocone Gardens Lodge, Cresco, Pa the bride wore ~a taupe wool dress and a coat ORDER OF PUBLICATION SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADV IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969 OCATEA To JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST Ca e U it : r n Frances M. Gl'adwell, Plaintiff V. Civil Action No. 1335 ! Clyde F. Gladwell, Defendant Be Part Hew 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) A major unit designed to re- latest monitoring and life-savi~i To the Above Named Defendant: duce tim toll exacted by hearti devices. It wilt be staffed with~ It appearing by affidavit filed disease, will be incorporated into highl~ skilled personnel who will *'**'*:"*~ in this action that Clyde F. Glad- t~he new Charles Town General be required to obtain additions]~ well is a non-resident of the State tIospital. ~ " " ~ ", o ~ of West Virginia, it is hereby ~r~n:lng f: urit er~ieweek~i:~ *~:-:- ordered that Clyde F. Gladwell Heart disease ranks as one of serve upon John C. Skinner, Jr. the greatest health problems in specialize in this field. ~ FOR' plaintiff's attorney, whose address the United States. It accounts The area will also ca.re for~ Atlanl is P. O. Box 487, Charles Town, yearly for more than half a mill- victims of severe burns, acutei air o West Virginia 25414, an answer, ion deaths. Despite advances in kidney failure or drug ingestio~ washe including any related counter knowledge regarding cardiac and, almost any acutely fll pa~"i trailer claim or defense you may have problems and the link to physical tent who requi,res constant a'~ Oct. 1~ inactivity, smoking and obesity, tent[on and treatment. ~ to the complaint filed in this act- no preventive program has yeti The beds will be arranged so ion on or before November 15, 1969. If you fail to do so, there- gained general acceptance, i that all of the patients are in fulli 4 Dr. after judgment upon proper hear- At the same time tremendous view of the charge nurse at alliablysteerizlc ing and trial, may be taken strides have been ~aken in the times. Furniture will be spars~ Oct. li against you for the relief demand- lreatment a~d care of persons as many as five technicians maY~ ed in the complaint, stricken with acute cardiac at- have to have access to a patient! FOR A copy of said complaint can ltacks: One of the most vital is at one time and cannot be e~ Right, be obtained from the undersigned the Car~liac Care Unit. It can re- cumbered by chairs and nigh~ ested Clerk at her office, l duce the morality rate from heart stands. 5493. attacks by one-third. A person Also, mobile treatment unitsi Oct. 1 Entered by the Clerk of said who suffers a heart"attack and is may have to be wheeled quickl~i Court October 13, 1969. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN taken to a hospital tha"c :lacks into posi~tion at the patient's bed~l 2Lincl CCU, has no be"tter chance of side. Oxygen will be built in, i~i CLERK OF COURT survival today than he would [ravenous units will be ceilin~ Call 7: Oct. 16-3-t. have 30 years ago. Imounted, and an abundance d~ Oct. 1 M~ At Charles Town General the cardiac care unit will be corn- electrical~ utlets will be provid~ FOR bined with an i,rttensive care unit, READ THE WANT ADS ! Engagement Announced and recovery adjacent to the sur. ~ I gical suite. The nine-bed depart-! To Mr. Stephen Hann meat will be equipped with the ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA ~ Mr and Mrs. Arvid C. Hammer, of Bluefield, W. Va announce the engagemen, t of their daughter Miss Jo Ellen Hammer, to Steph- en Gregory Harm, son of Mr. and Mrs Ralph M Hann, of Charles ensemble with matching access- Mr. and Mrs. Da~a Pierson, l eros of 11 children; ,have 22 Town " ories, and she wore a corsage of Route 1, Charles Town, (shown I grandchildren and seven great- " yellow mums given to her by the above), were honored on ,their[ grandchildren. lvzl~ .riammer graauateu 1tom groom. [ 50th wedding anniversary Thurs- [ Their children are: Mrs. Pearl I muei.mla mgn ~enoo) ~!n l~ ,Out-of-town guests were from ' day, October 2, at a recention, t John~--~ ,~ R~,~ M,- c~l ~ anu ~s a SOphomore. i . a~ ~nepnerUme '~, Mrs, ~. rclp~ ~ptTct~ ~w-~c~Tn ~zrr~r~T~ Ohio, Virginia, Maryland and held in the social room of the} Pierson of Baker[on; Mr James College. major ng in He Ee- . o ~ ~, v~ ~, ~v ~.~,zo points in West Virginia i Charles Town ,Moose Club by [ Pierson of Charles Town; Mrs. n mrlcs" ---'---------- The brides parents entertained their children. And for their[Leona Hostler, of Harpers Ferry;! Mr. Harm is a graduate of ~3 Miss Donna Louise Smallwood ~ hess was Miss Smallwood in an the wedding harry following the I Golden Wedding observance, ] Mrs. Nancy Lowdon of Ranson; Charles Town High School. He a~- ~came the bride of Mr. Thomas|empire gown of crisp chantilance rehearsal at' (l~eir~ home. At this friends .and relatives came from|Mrs. Sally Tumblia of Charles tended West Virginia University ~]Raymond Williams in a candle-[with demurely ruffled neckline time the counle nresented gifts Virginia, Maryland and other[ Town; Mr. Wall, ace Pierson of and is now a senior at Shepherd ~ight service in the Bolivar [ and long full sleeves with scallop- to their attendants, parts of West Virginia. [ Ranson; Marshall and Donald College, where he is majoring in ~nited Methodist Church at 2:30 [ ed cuff. The gently gathered skirt ~,~,n i~! av~nt~ in~,lud~d ~ Mr. and Mrs.-Pierson were mar- [ Pierson of Harpers Ferry; Danny Biology. He is a member of the ~-n the afternoon of September 20 [ sloped gracefully to form her ".~,~'~'~""'~'~ ~!~'~'~-u'~'~"~h~,a~ tied on OCtober 2, 1919, in Elli-[of Ranson and Benny Pierson of Alpha Gamma Chapter, Phi Kap- ~n the presence of relatives and [ chapel train and she complted ~",'o~,~'~ ~'"~'~'~'~'~, ~'~tl'~ r" cott City, Md. They are ,~he par- 1 Charles Town.pa Sigma fraternity :~riends. I this with a Dior bow headpiece ~ '~'" r,"~ ~"~"~,~'~o' ,-~'~ ~'-~l -~[ A December wedding is plan- r~lSS ~mallwooa is ~ne aaugnter I With lace trim trom wn cn her ~,~ o o ~,o m~ ~. n o ned for the Shepherdstown Pres- s v - Sharon and Sheha and so Spec. PK.=~I, I/k/Am^,~ ||.dt^,l ~f Mr. and Mrs, Edward L. Small- [layered veil of imported fllusmn ~. ~, ~art~nshur~ ~ood of ttarpers Ferry. Mr. Wil-]was arranged in tory folds. She :,~'~.~"~n~2:"~,:,~", ~"~h~,',! ~]~ Wayne McDaniel of Fort Meyer, ~,ll~l~,l! WUIII~H UIIII~'U oy~ermn unurcn. iiams is the son of Mr. and Mrs.[ carried a bouquet of white spider "7~h:"R~l~vs~r"' 1~ni~d~'l~e"tho(i'ist [Va'[ BabyMiSSLeeVannie Carson and Miss #rid Workshop At I r i Mr. Wiliiam Conrad and sisters, TO H Jack J. Ates of Mon oe, Louis-[mums surrounded by var egated Church gave her a surprise mis- General Workers / o tuna. [fol!age. . cellaneous shower in the social Miss Annie Conrad and Miss ~ne flouDze-rmg ceremony was,Her malcl ot nonor was Miss r~m ~f the church [Marie COnrad of Washington and Martmsburg Church R mmrt 2tiff In performed by the Reverend Rich-] Ida Mary Butler of Engle. She i I a15 an ~a~c-#vvv ill ard Leslie of Bolivar. I wore an empire frock of autumn L [niece, Miss Catherine Conard ofi ~#v Palms were used around the |gold crepe and matching Venise [ ] ~]~ [~4~;~ [ [Sterling Park, Va all former rest The women of all churches of #~ ~m ~| m del~ts of Charles Town. Miss Mary the Eastern District ~f Church ~tar, with lighted candelabras,lace b~t%d sleevds. A cluster bowI i ~. ~l|tl~ I " m fie es IE Jenkins of Washin ton were Wo en United will hold a work. ~J and altar vases arranged with|headpiece of gold velvet with a / I I [weeknd visitors of Mrgand Mrs. shop Friday, October 17th, a.t Ot. ------- white taurus. On the organ was an [ small veil complemented her [ r ua m. m I tl ! I arrangement of yellow and white ] gown. And she carried a bouquet [,n~| ~ ~}v~L~.~Jf~h] M.V. Jenkins of North Mildred, teroein United Methodist Church$12,300 in gifts and ptedges an- Street. Ransom W Va ton North Queen Street, Martins.~ nounced at the first report meet- mums. Family pews were marked [ of a yellow spider mums surround [ mvm~ ~.~'~E~ ~l,=~.l[ i u,~" withe ~,~ ~'o ~,~omo~]lburg. ling of the general drive, .pushed with white satin bows. ! ed by variegated foliage. I "" [ pati'ent i'n"t~he C~larles Tow"fGen: The day session will begin with t theCharles TOwn General H.os- Upon entering the chureh,[ A colorful counterpoint was] guests were greeted by Mrs. Les- [ furnished by the two bridesmaids ~#, ~nd ~r~ 3~m~,~ P Mnrison eral Hosnital I registration and a coffee a"c 9:30 J ptT.az s ouuomg tuna campmgn ter Reed as they registered in the,Mrs. Darlene Bartlette of Rose- ' ~o~"~:,~=",'~" ~"~,'o~,'~'''.~r~'in Win~s. Mrs. Marian Myers who has a. m given by the Charles Town [ total to $271,000. guest book. ] mount, Maryland; and Miss Chris ~,:~:nn:'vi'si't~n~ wSh"the'fam- been a patient in the National~ Council. Lunch will be served at! Mrs. O. S. Bloom and Mrs. Rob- Mrs, Raymond Frazz r, present- [ Fmlds of Martmsburg; m ~denti- ~!,~ sad Mr.~ I,~.nnrd Nice- Institution of Health, Bethesda, !noon at the church with ~he aft- I ert I~avitt are heading the gen- ed a programmer organ music pre-. [ cally styled gowns of willow green ! ~:~ :'2~,;~'x~'"~n-'~-M~.~'~l~ ~-re Md has been transferred to Hos- ernoon session concluding at 3:00, eral phase which has volunteers ceding the ceremony and accomp- [ crepe and matching Venise lace ~;=~]~"~'~t'~'~ h~'nk'm~'(in-~ pital for Special Surgery, 535 1 p.m. [ working ~hroughout .the county, anted by Miss Laverne Harrison, [ on the sleeves. A cluster bow [ "~'~ ~,~" T~,~-,'~'=Jgi~'",n-'V ~r East 70th Street, New York City, The evening session will be lMaryland and Virg.inla. who sang "The Hawaiian Wedding [ headpiece of green velvet with [ ~o~'~'~:""V'ir~n~a"announce the New York, 10021. Mrs. Myers was geared to the working woman i Gifts to the building fund have Song" and "O Perfect Love". [ a small veil complemented their ] ~,~,~"- "~ n~,hto, W'athrvn Jefferson Countys former 4-H ~ and those who cannot attend dur. been received from as far away Escorted to the altar on a white [gowns. They carried a bouquet [~I'unte~'on Thursday:'Octob'er'9: Club agent, and lived on South ling the day. It will begin with as Africa. Donald K. McIntyre, aisle runner by her father and,of a yellow spider mum surround- I ' Church Street. She would like to [ registration at 6:45-7:15. Work M. ,D a former member of the given in marriage by her parents, led by variegated foliage. [ ~Ve~l~nuw~r[~.t~ o~.S~ae' .~. hear from all of her friends. [session will close at 9:15 p. m. medical staff at Charles Town A lovely picture of bridal dainti. ! The dimunitive flower girls, [ ~,:,~" ~,~,~)~, a ~t Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Hauck of ~ at which time the Shepherds[own Hospital, sent a donation from i '~'~.~" Harrisburg, Pa Mrs. George Fan-i Council will host the coffee and Kinshasa, Democratic Republic ~ ~ ~ ~ Sarah age 3. Dr. Wilson ~s the sler, Mrs. Arthur Fansler, Mr. fellowship ~ime. i of the Congo. Dr. McIntyre is a i~ II . ~ lira son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall ~~ It~ q [ m|,~|~ ~ Wilson, Sr. Rose Hill Farm, near and Mrs. Richard Fansler of Win-i Mrs Clair V. Rhodes of Batti. foreign service officer with the 5ii51 ~5 i~'Htl'll I~i} Leetown, W. Va. and Mrs. Wilson chester, Va. Mrs. Grace Meier! more and former :president of the State Department and since is the former Miss Sandra Brad- and Mrs. Ralph Evernart of Char-Women s work of the Reformed leaving Charles Town ~en years lea Town, were guests of Mr. and Church and now National Board ago has served in various posts SEE COLORFUL BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS l ey, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Mrs. Richard A. Dailey last Sun- member will direct the workshop, around the world. tsraaley, Texas. day, Mrs. Alva Stewart, state presi. Recent visitors at the home of Sunday visitors with the Slush-~ den~ of Kenova, Mrs. Ralph Myler '~ GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and era and Wilsons, near Leetown, and Mrs. R. C. Taylor of Hunt. 1 i family, RFD, Charles Town, were W, Vs. were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ington, Mrs. Elmer Dierks and I i Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and son, Ronald Fisher and Mrs. Lillian Bowers, Mrs. Ella Mae Davis of Charles-I of Charles Town, Mrs. Mabel Pittsburgh, Pa Mr. and Mrs. ton will be the team from the[ Wilt of Chestnut Hill, Mrs. Nellie Eddie Bohrer and son Jimmy, state Board of Managers. Oden and Mrs. Sarah Turner of Big Pool, Md Mr. and Mrs. Ed Make reservations for the BERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA Mannings, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bohrer, Terrico Heights, Mr. and Ott, Lynchburg, Va Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marshall Wilson, Jr. and Calvin Ott and son Ronnie of sons, Kevin and David, near Char- Kensington, Md Mr. and Mrs. les Town, and Mr. and Mrs. How- Glenn Ott of Mannings, Mr. and ard Ashwood, near Martinsburg. Mrs. Elmer LaRue and family,~ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and GO TO CHURCH REGULARLY family Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. I Lloyd McDaniel and daughters, I READ THE WANT ADS VlsH The FABRIC SHOP For Your: Woolens-Cottons-Patterns.Trim & Sewing Needs DRESSES--IS.00 3rd AVENUE -- RANSON, W. VA. 9:00 A. M 5:00 P. M. -- Monday thru Saturday Oct. 16-1t-pd. YOUR FALL HAIRDO See Our Experts For A FALL HAIRDO That Looks Great And Is Easy To Keep That Way SPECIAL! Monday -- Tuesday -- Wednesday ON HAIR CUTS Open Monday thru Saturday. 8 A. M 5 P. M. THURSDAY -- 8 A. M. - 9 P. M. lunch by calling Mrs. David Mer. chant, 735-5357. Church Women United is a movement through which women work to accomplish the ministries that a local congre. ga~cion or a single denomination could not do by itself. Come meet the nalional and s~cate board members. COMMISSIONER NOTICE I certify that I have before me for settlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: Lewis D. Nichols, Executor of Sally R. Painter, deceased. Lewis D. Nichols, Executor of Charles Raymond Young, deceas- ed. Lewis D. Nichols, Administrat- ors of Edgar R. Painter, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Guard- ian of Charles Steven Vassallo, Jr (McDonough), Minor. Thomas W. Steptoe, Administra. [or, c. t. a of Alma M. Koepsell, deceased. Given under my hand this 14th day of October, 1969. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR Commissioner Of Accounts Jefferson County Oct. 16-2-t. EVERY SAT. NIGHT 9:30 p. m. HAWAIIAN NITE CLUB FOR RESERVATIONS: PHONE 834-7200 IN @ e CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. A Wonderful Selection of Cardigans and Slip- over in Flat or Bulky Knit Styles. 99 $ OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY TILL NINE VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP DIAL 725-5414 118 N. Charles St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. ! 1 ' K ) A FULL-SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W. VA: The "SEATON HALL" Traveler Pant-Suit is precision cut for new, gentler shaping and the long look, lengthened single button herringbone jacket with matching pants, plum-line straight super- bly fitted -- Your Choice of Matching Sweater or Blouse Why not add a Matching Cape - Also in Tweeds and Solid Colors-- Now At The Because of the interest shown in our Treasure of World Fashion Contest, we are continuing it for another week. Mrs. Garland Moore selected a key which un. locked the treasure chest and won a Suit, valued at $38.00. For our customer's shopping convenience we now honor BankAmericard. 118 E. Martin Street #f~m~k~'~N Martinsburg, W. Va. 26o --2768 W. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. 725-5221 Browse-- Sip Coffee -- Enjoy Soft Music