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about ) t i you know... Weddings- Engagements- Club News ! Mi', Phyllis Michna Bride Mr. Trundle m St. James Church ' ~ : James Catholic Church, Ann Palumbo of Charles Town ::~,, ~ Toa,n was the scene of a[who wore a beige wool sheath :,.,, ~ 1,'all wedding Saturday, Oct [ with green accessories. She had a ober zl at 12 noon when Miss[corsage of pink carnations. e Phyllis Ann Miehna, niece of Mr. ] Best man to Mr. Trundle was and Mrs. Frank Dorsey Charles ]his brother Donald Trundle of Town, became the bride of Mr. [Shepherdsto~vn. i ~ George RiGa Trundle. son of Mr. [ The bride's aunt wore a pale and Mrs. Samuel R. Trundle of I lavender dress with black access- Shepherdstown. The double ri,nglories a,nd s'he had a corsage of yel ceremony was performed by the [low chrysanthemums. Roy. John C. Ryan, rector of St. [ The groom's mother wore a James Church. [light blue lace over taffeta dress Mr. Joseph Hoff, cousin of the [with matching accessories. She bride sang for the wedding and he l had a corsage of pink carnations. i was accompanied by Miss Jane[ Following the ceremony a recep : Abbott at the church organ. Miss ltion was held at the bride's home. i j Abbott also played appropriate ] • The bride, a graduate of Char- iS~' ! wedding music prior to the ser-Iles Town High School is employ- vice. The church was decorated led by Thos. Sommerville Com- li:' : with white chrysanthemums" 'pony in washingt°n" D" C1 : The bride, given in marriage by I The groom, a graduate of Hat her uncle Mr. Frank Dorsey, wore ]pers Ferry High School and Coi- a blue wool sheath with gray a,nd lumbia Business College is also em white accessories• She had a white [ployed by Thos. Sommerville Co. i 4 I The couple are residing in Chll- prayer°rchid corsagebook, and carried a white ]lum Heights Apartme,nts, Hyalts- Attendin the Uride was Miss,ville. Md PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming and son Calvin, Jr., were dinner guests• on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Fleming, Jr., at their home. i,n Martinsburg. Mr. James P. Propps parttci- t pared in the Mid-Atlantic Rifle M~es in Richmond, Va., Oct. 24 ~nd 25, where he won the Vir- gin~{~' Lig'ht Rifle Championship an@the Round Ball Champion- shi~ Trophies. Also receiving four first place medals and one third ply.. Bill Bowers and son Steve speWt" Sunday with the formers sister, Miss Elsie Edwards i,n Hall town. Miss Anne B. Aldridge of East Congress Street entered the Nat- ional Institute of Health in Beth- erda, Md. last week where she will be a patient for several weeks. Her sister, Mrs. Estelle Aldridge Baylor of Hagerstown, Md. is stay ing at the Aldridge home during her absence. Miss Kate V. Dooley of South Samuel Street is visiting her ne- phew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Do,n ald Newberry at their home in Hyattsville, Md. Mrs. E. M. Hauser of San An- tonio, Texas is visiting her son and daughter*in-law, The Rever- end and Mrs. Stanley F. Hauser at the Episcopal Rectory. Mrs. Stan- ley F. Hauser entertained at a cot fee hour at the Rectory last Thursday morn:,ng honoring her mother-in-law. Mrs. Johnny Johnson of Elkins spent severa,1 days last week with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alfriend at their home on Sout,h Samuel Street. Mr. James E. Tabb continues quite ill at his home on the Lee- town Road• Mrs. W. E. Gageby of E,ngle has returned home from the Winches ter Memorial Hospital, Winches- t.er, Va. where she had a ca,taract removed from her eye and she is getting along fine. Mrs. Gageby is in her 84th year. Mr ~ Mr&~C N, Dor~y spent CHARLES TOWN GAS f0., INC. i;1t SET'N FOIGET burner with e brain ... the must wanted, the must important single feature in u .... modern range today Thermostatically controlled burner controls the tempera, lure autOmatically, eliminates scorching, burning and spill-overs. 104 E. Washington St. Charles Town : PHONE 780 • PRESCRIPTION SERVICE . County Boy is Amen9 "Voice of Democracy" Winners Clarke High Randolph Huyett, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Huyett of Charles Town who is a student at Clarke County High School in Berryville, Vs., this year, was one of the five "Voice of Democracy" winners in the contest held at Clarke County High School early this week. Young H,'~yett is a jun- ior this year. Other wi,nners of the contest are: Miss Patsy Carpenter, a daugh- ter of Mrs. Lucille Fenton, and a senior from Berryville. Miss Barbara Bachmann, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bach- mann of Front Royal, also a sen- ior. Miss Linda Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pam Murphy of Berryville, a senior. Judges for the contest were t'he Rev. Robert Goshor,n of the Berryville Presbyterian Church. and Miss Eva Massey, former English instructor at Clarke Cty. High. Mayor Leland Brondstater, the Rev. Charles P. Moncure of Grace Episcopal Church, and Miss S. Bertha Williams, regent of the Fort Loudoun Chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution. This contest is sponsored in Clarke by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, its auxiliary, and the Na- tional Association of Broadsast- ors. Stude,nts in the top four years of hig'h school write essays on "I Speak for Democracy." The national prize is a $1,500 scholarship~ Tuesday in Ba/t~more, Md. visit- inu their uncle and a,mt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wacker. Miss Lucy Rodefer of Washing tc, u, D. C. is visiting her broVher- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith, Jefferson Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creamer and family of St/vet Sprinu. Md. is visiting t:heir family and friends in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eyster are spendi,ng several days visi,ting Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Harrison, Ow- ings Mill, Md. Myrtle Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nlcewarner were Sunday visitors with Mrs. T. D. Ott, Man- nings. Mrs. Margaret LeMaster and niece, Mrs. Creighton Propps and litle daughter Trina just return- ed from a ten day visit with the formers son-in-law and daughter Capt. and Mrs. C. L. Nfcely and sons Columbus,' Ohio. They also visited Mrs. Propps father Mr. Howard L. Ware in Bridgetown, Mo. Mr• and Mrs. Brooke Blackford and Mrs. Frank Bane spent the weekend at Williamsburg and Jamestown, Vs. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thorn pse,a left Moflday night to visit Mrs. Thompson's brother, Lemuel S. FisChell, Paola, Kansas. Mdss Emily Yeager of Balti- more, Md. is visiting her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chandler. ~$rDial¥~mrTen~pIH'ot~ Mr. and Mrs. William Curry of Hope Valley, R. I. are visiting Mrs. Curry's moVher, Mrs. J. Frank • o.n nCh es Mrs. Robert Brady of "Orchard View Farm" shenandoah Junction w v a has re u,:ned home from a 3 day sight seeing and educa.tional tour of New York City, N. Y. Freddie Burkhart of Jones Spring spent Sunday wi,th Mrs. B. E. Engle, Shenandoah Junc- tion. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cullers of S. Mildred St. are spending a few days in St.• Petersburg, Florida. Historical Society Meeting Hears About County in The "Hews" Jefferson County's appearance future---was the main interest at a meeting of the Jefferson County Historical Society at the Hilleary House here Satuday for which there was a good atte.nd- ance. Center of the.discussion was a paper read by A. D. Kenamond, ;M I president, which used results of some research to show evidence Pay only $I0. onthly of attention given events and per sons in the county, a,nd also wove Charles Town Jr. Women Queen and Princesses at Junior High Homecoming To Help Care Program As Thanksgiving Observance The Charles Town Women's Club is one of 16,000 member clubs of the General Federation of Women's Clubs throughout the nation, which will celebrate Thanksgiving by helping people in other lands to help themselves through CARE. As part of a ,national "We Count Our Blessings" program sponsored by the General Federa- tion of Women's Clubs, the local group will dedicate its meeting on November 16th to the observance, it was announced by Mrs. E. P. Smoot, Jr., president. Each mem- ber will participate in a candle- lighting ceremony, during which she will give thanks for her own blessings by making a contribut- ion to CARE. The Thanksgiving project is the holiday activity in support of the GFWC-CARE campaign to pro- vide training opportunities to peo- ple in underdeveloped countries• It was suggested by Miss Chloe Gifford, President of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, af- ter a world tour-,, where she and members of the Federation visited areas supported by the GFWC-: :CARE projects. ; In this State, Federated clubs have identified their interests with the Phillippines as their pro gram. All funds raised for the campaign are used to provide CARE Self-Help packages for greater opportunities to people, institutions and villages in that country. "The Thanksgiving observance has been planned primarily as a club responsibility but public par ticipation will be warmly welcom ed, Mrs. Smoot said. "Contribut- ions sent to Mrs. E. P. Smoot, Jr., Charles Town, W. Vs. for the GFWC-CARE "Count Our Bless- ings" campaig,n will be forwarded in the name of the community and the club." )olly M den Chb Makes Plantings Chddren's Haven ' Dolly Madison Garden Club members went to the Children's Haven Saturday and planted bulbs in the rock garden. This was to have bee~ done October 24, but inclement weather forced postponement until Saturday• Mrs. Paul Barr, who had charge of preparations for Hallowe'en at ~he Haven, reported a number of the Haven children had helped to make the favors and center- )ieces for the table. Members of the Junior Garden Club, with Mrs. H. B. Link in charge, held a workshop October 21 at which time they made many attractive arrangements. Plans fo,r ~the annual Dolly Madison Christmas party were disc assed-, with the committee in charge to set the time and place later. Mrs• Richard Stein and Mrs. Paul Barr volunteered to take charge of Vhe basket for a needy family• The flower show practice, "The First Snow," made'by Mrs. H. B. Link a,nd Mrs. William Roth, re- ceived a total of 94 points. Mrs. H• B. Link was awarded the blue ribbon for the general arrangement, "Zero Degrees," a vertical line arrangement stress- ing design. Mrs. C. C. Hammann received the red and ribbon and VIrs. Robert Butler received the yellow ribbon. Horticulture specimens receiv- ing ribbons were: Chrystanthemums ....... --: Mrs. Donald Master--=Blue Mrs. Robert Butler---t2) Blues° 2 reds. Mrs. Richard Pink---Blue Rose ..... ---- : Mrs. Donald Master---Blue Berried Shrub ......... : Mrs. Robert Butler--Blue 831 St tled At Shepherd College For Fall Semester Total enrollment figures for the fall semester at Shepherd College have been released l~y Registrar, A. P. Rider. A total of 831 students, includ- ing full-time, graduate, part-time and extension are attending Shop herd this semester, according ,to an officfal tabulation se,nt to the West Virginia Board of Ed ~c~tion by the Registrar's office at the end of October. The freshman ~lass is the lar- gest with a total of 205 including 108 men and 97 women. There are 173 sophomores with 112 men and 61 women making up this num,ber~ The junior class numbers 162 with 125 me,u and 37 women• Seniors number 151 including 103 men and 48 women. One graduate stu- dent is ~ttending Shepherd. Part time resident students to- tal 90 composed o,f 26 ,men and 64 women. 4 Pictured above, left to right are Johnny Lowery, Janie ~'Iullen, Donald Roland, Carla Alexander, Ray Peshot, Cindy Davis, Rathbone, Queen, Donna Mahone, Coach P;~ul Burr placing the crown on Queen Donna's head, Kandy Smallwood, *ougla~ Anne-Marie Kilmer, Buddy Stocks, Paresis" Conrad and Walter Smitiz, principals in the annual home-coming ~ ,lebrat Charles Town Junior High School. The dance was held foi!owing the athletic banquet last Friday night in the gymnasium annually one of the highlights of the Junior High years a:.tivitie~.Quite a number of parents and friends attended the dance. gymnasium was attractively decorated for the occasion (Photo By TmZ I Mrs. Gordon H,nes Is R,ckard and .everly Kay° Mrs Mary Randolph Smith • Bessie Hickerson, Mrs. Elston Hyiett. -- [Donald Magaha Mrs. Erma' Gra~ t GLEANERS CLASS HOLDI ~^ ~ A~ ~&~b~ ~I~|~ J M~ Ab ('$¢~