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Mr. and Mrs. C. William Moore of South Mildred Street have re- ceived notice from the School that their daughter Lucy Hend- ricks has been elected a Class officer. Lucy is a Fresl~man at Anderson of Ranch, W. Vs. The wedding took place in Hagers- town, Md. on Saturday. The cou- ple is now at home in Ranson. Mrs. Leeds K. Riely, Charles Town will be guest speaker at the regular meeting of Berk-Mar Gar den Club, Thursday at 8:00 P. M. at the home of Mrs. James B. Hutzler, West Martin Street. Mrs. Riely will speak and give a dem- onstration on "The Art of Flower Arranging.'" Miss Nancy Miller, Washington D. C. spent the weekend with her Marjorie Webs~ter Junior College parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy H.t in Washington. D. C. She is a Miller. I graduate of Penn Hall, Chambers Evangelist Walter BaBes will burg, Penna. be at Gospel Mission, North Cam- Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Viener, eron Street, Winchester, Virginia 515 South Samuel Street, are the Sunday afternoon at 2:30 P.M. I parents of a son born Satnrday at Mrs. A. O. Albin has returned 2:15 p. m. in the Winchester Vir- glum Memorial Hospital The baby is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Viener, Charles Town and the great grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Werner, Florida, New York. Mr. and Mrs. George Green- walt visited their dauglRer and to her home on Harpers Ferry Road after visiting her sister, Mrs Ernest Presseau in Jane Low and relatives in Clarksburg and Phil- lipi. I Mrs. M ble Perks celebrated her 78th birthday, Sunday, Nov- ember 6, with open house at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Announce Engagement Miss Emma R. Bradley To Mr. RusseU Lwmn f mily in Baltimore on Sunday for a dinner in honor of the birth days of Mrs. Greenwalt and Mr. Carroll Greenstreet, Tho. e pre- sent were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Neiswender and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. William Keaton and family, Mrs. Flora Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Greenstreet son Glenn, and daughter Jamie, Mr. and Mrs. Hartzell Huggins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ware and daughters, Catherine and Mildred, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rob- erts, Arlington, Vs. last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gassler from Pleasant Valley Road, Titus ville, New Jersey have returned home after spending the Holiday weekend with Mrs. Helen E. John ~n and her brother, Mr. Edward F. Brown, 110 South George Street, Ranson. Mrs. J. B. Kemp of Troy, New York spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. G. K. Wysong and niece Miss Elizabeth K. Wysong returning to New York, Monday. Mrs. David Corbin of Brooklyn Heights, N. Y. was a weekend , visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Brown, South Church Street. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Snowden, Martinsburg, W. Vs. visited Mrs. *:Mable Perks Monday. May, Mt, Parvo, given in her honor by her son, daughter and[ MISS R. BRADLEY grandchildren. Mrs. Perks had a l Announcement was made this very enjoyable day and week week of the engagement of Miss w th relatives and friends visiting Emma R. Bradley, daughter bf with her and wishing her many Mrs. Frances Bradley, Charles more happy birthdays. The birth Town, and the late Linden O. day cake was baked by her dan- Bradley, to Mr. Russell A. Lay- ghter, Mrs. Wesley May and dec- man, Jr son of Mrs. Pearl Car- orated by her granddaughter, Mrs roll, Ranson, and Mr. Russell Lay Jauanita RiChard. Mrs. Perks man, Baltimore, Maryland. wishes to thank everyone for the Miss Bradley 'is a student at cgrds, flowers, gifts and through Shepherd College. Mr. Layman is Smith In H, nitsl Allegheny College Honors Day -:- . Convocation last week. A son we gnmg seven pounas The term aerives crom a - -4 C * "~" "" a nd I oun es, was earn rnurs-Alden wh" w~ tl i~-~ oat' d ov 1 " ' " ay, N . 0 sn Charles Town Gen d nt ~ Allegheny O ll er 1RIK oral Ho spz !, to Mr and Mrs. 1831. Designation as an Alden uonala mltn at 0utn unurcn Schola :" street,unarms Town, Dotnme ^, , . Lel 11J. ~<ll=rl/llU;rIyl~,IL~ I~ UJ[ ~I.L infant who has been named Chins ,^, zt:~, o.~aa ~uzl ~t~ o~z~; UJ~ ~.u) topher Donald and the mother are for the nrecedin,year doing fine. Mrs. Smith is the former Virginia Lee Shew'brldge and Mr. Smith is executive vice- [own president and cashier of the Bank of Charles Town. The Smiths also have a daughter, Sharon Lee. Named To Boa Modem Ladies' League At State Meeting Dorothy P ricia Braith- waite, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Jam- es H. Boaltz, 816 Central Avenue, Martinsburg, and Mr. Carlton Ashton Hehle, Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton A. Hehle of Charles Town were united in marriage Friday, Nov. 4, in First Evange- Ileal United Brethern Church in Martinsburg. The candlelight, double ring ceremony was performed at 6:30 p. m. by the Rev. Charles B. Web. er, pastor, before an altar graced with candelSbra, palms and altar vases of white pompons, chrysan- themums and fern. Mrs. Harold Hammersal, organ- ist, presented a program of nup- tial music and accompanied Jack C. Allen, who sang "O Perfect Lave" and "The Lord's Prayer:" Escorted to the altar by her uncle and given in marriage by her father, Edward H. Braith. waite, the bride wore a floor len- gth gown of paper taffeta, fashion ed with fitted bodice with round- ed decol4etage and long sleeves coming to points at the hand. Her full skirt ended in a chapel length tra[n, Crown of Pearls Her veil was held by a crown of pearls and she carried a bou- quet of pompon and carnations with satin streamers. Miss Lois Johnson Martinsburg, was maid of honor, Miss Nancy Franke,nberry Martinsburg, was bridesmaid. Debbie Si bert was junior bridesmaid and Janie Sieb- ert was flower girl. They were gowned in green velet and white brocade and car- ried nosegays of white carnations tipped with green. Mr, Phiillp aden of Charles Town was best man, Dave Sheets and Charles Johnson of Charles Town were ushers and Harold E. SiObert, Jr was ring bearer. For her niece's wedding, Mrs. Boltz selected a dress of aqua brocade, with which she used matching accessories and a cor- sage of white carnations. The mother of the groom wore a beige dress with green accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. Hotel Reception A reception followed at the Shenandoah Hotel, where Miss Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Sharon Johnson. Miss Katherine Jr Arlington, V a. spent fromt TO H Thursday until Sunday with their 0]d Oa e No . 24 At the 15th annual state meet. Johnson, Miss Kenda Miller and ing of the West Virginia Student Miss Michaela Nichols were at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Flem [ The newly organized Modern Education Association and Fu- the punch bowl. Mrs. Dave Sheets ing, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Werner of I Ladies' League announced plans ture Teachers of America, Lisa had the gift table and Mrs. Guy Goshen, New York spent the [ this week for holding a Thanks- Shuman of Charles Town was ele- Smeigh served the cake. weekend with their son-in-law and t giving Ball on November 24, from cted to the state executive board, The bride attended Martinsburg daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 10 p. m. until 2 a. m. with "The The main purpose of the board is schools and is employed as an Viener at their home on South lMastertones,'' providing the music' to plan the state meeting and to operator by the C and P Tele- Samuel Street. They came to visit [ Also to be featured with the help the president, phone Company. their new grandson born in the[orchestra will be Ricki Dee and Lisa isajunior at Charles own . Winchester Memorial Hospital little Edith. The dance will be High School and is vice president EBW rd L Smllwood Saturday. held at Shenandoah Downs race of the loCal chapter. She is the a S president of the junior class, a Mr. and Mrs. George Mann, Sr Itrack. Advance ticket sale is member of the Honor Society, On Their announces the marriage of their underway and are available from Student Council, Pep Club, and is daughter, Sara'h Jane to Roger members of the organization, the chairman of the prom com- Sh phecd Dept mittee. She is the daughter of Wedd Annivemn/ [ e Drama Mr. and Mrs. Willis A Shuman o South George Street, Charles Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Small- NICE SELECTIONS IN SMITH-CORONA TYPEWRITERS Will Lay-A-Way For Xmas ROCKWELL OFFICE OUTFITTER 311 W. King Street Martinsburg, W. Va. Nov. 10-Dec. 22 Drop into t he Showroom TODAY! Or Phone 304-725. Will Present Play Town w~ of Harpers Ferry, were pleasantly surprised and honored ivmvuuuTnnlnh& IliUM ]~l~d811/At 8 Women Voters League Saturdayl Oct. 25 when they were guests of their daughter Donna, Spons lng at a reception held at Hilltop The Drama Department at Shop Or Dssio I Hotme, Harpers Ferry. herd College will present the ] Upon arrival at the Hilltop Mrs. play, "Death of a Salesman," Educati I Needs I sm oodwas presented a car- Thursday and Friday nights, Nov. On oga n sage of white carnations and Mrs. ember 18th and 19th, in Rey- " |S mallwobd was given a buttonaire nolds Hall on the Campus of Shep The League of Women Voters [ The smaUwoods were married herd College. is sponsoring a panel discussion Nov. 1, 1941, by the Rev. Ben. The famous broadway and mot- "Changing Needs in Education" jamin Meeks, pastor of the Cal- ion picture hit, by the reknowned to be held Tuesday, November 29 vary Methodist Church in Fred. playwright, Arthur Miller, is a at 7:45 p. m. in the Charles Town erlck, Md. They have two child- study of modern contemporary Junior High School. man, which depicts the tragedy Dr. Grace Warrenfeltz, Gut- of the American society. It is an dance Specialist, Curriculum Ira- account of the downfall of a man provement Center at Shepherd Who trys to "keep up with the College wi'll speak on "Guidance". Jones". Dr. John L. Carnochan, Jr. Sup Curtain time is at 8 p. m. All erintendent of Schools in Fred. seats are reserved and the cost erick County Md. will speak on of admission is $I. Seats will be "Build!ag for Today's Changing on gale at the door both evenings Needs. or in Knutti Lobby. Shepherd College students will be admitted on their activity cards. The public is urged to attend. W Smflh Among Those Recognized At Aneg y Cortege Meadville, Pa. - Walter Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning Smith, Box 450, Charles "SPICE UP" Your Day-To-Day Look With One Of Our Latest Styles Now Thru The Month Of NOVEMBER $I0 Permanents 8.50 $15 Permanents 10.00 (Hair Cut Included) PUT YOUR HAIR IN CAPABLE HANDS 100 SOUTH GEORGE ST.-- CHARLES TOWN DIAL 725-2703 --- FOR APPOINTMENTS Dr. William M. Speg, Director of Teacher Education at Shepherd College is to speak on "Secondary Education." Mr. C. B. Hiett, Project Co- ordinator for the Eastern Pan- handle Vocational Survey will speak on "Vocational Education". ren. Donna resides in Washington D. C and is employed by the Department of Interior and Rich ard, their son, is in the U. S. Navy. The couple received a number of lovely gifts of silver and re- freshments were served buffet from a beautifully arranged table centered with a three tier anni- versary cake baked by Mrs. Geo- rge' Pitzer. Guests helping Mr. and Mrs. Smallwood to celebrate the occasion were relatives and friends from this area and also others from Charles Town, Mar- tinsburg, Arlington, Fails Church Va and Washington, D. C. Following the panel discussion, there wiM be opportunity for pub- lie discussion. The purpose of the TownDupflcate meeting is to focus attention on the educational preparation need Bridge Club Has Play ed for todays careers and job possibilities. All are welcome to attend, i Ranson, Hovember 22 25 [The Charles Town Duplicate ,Bridge held their weekly master point game last night and NemWfler hz Methodist had ta les in play. Winning pairs North- outh are Board Of Hisslon In N. Y. as fo.o. : Marjorie Wilt and Evelyn Shoemaker 112 points, Louise Miss Eliza th Saville, daughter Ramey and Joe Guiney, 107 , of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Saville, Mrs. Leslie Sells and B. B. Butts Charles Town, has accepted a pos 102 and Mrs. D. C. Munson and ition as newswriter for the Metho Dottie DeGrange 101 points. dist Board of Mission in New East-West pairs taking top hon- York. She is writing for the ors were: women's pt blicatton The Metho- Mr. and 'Mrs. Dick Goode 115 dist Woman and also for the Mrs. Amy Alger and Arleen Funk Department of News Service. hOuser 112 Mrs. R. O. A. Mc- Prior to this position, she was Cormick and Mark Wetzel 107 an editorial secretary in the Col- while the pairs of Don Kearney lege Department of Charles Scrib- and Dr. John Moffett and Margar ner's Sons. et Schramm and Mary Frances Miss. Saville is a 1965 graduate Engleb rt tied at 106 points. of West Virginia University hay- The club's games are open to ing received a BSJ degree in the ptfollc and all Bridge Players Journatigm. late urged to join this newly for- lined group for an enjoyable even ATTEND CHURCH ing Bridge. The games s rt , pran tly at 7:30 each Tuesday Evenin and played in the Be AdvertiSe imdltorium of at e Charles Town Civic Center. Her husband attended Charles Town schools and is employed as an inspector by the State Road Commission. I Charles Town Senior High School. Leaving for a weddingothertrip to[ Blackwater Falls and points Camnbe in West Virginia, the bride wore] arose knit suit with black access- Nuptials Occurred In aries and a corsage of white car- nations. The couple wil,1 reside at Bunker Hill. Out-of-town guests at the wed- ding were from Pennsy]vania, Maryland, and Parsons, Clarks- burg and Peterstown, W. Vs. Airman Dennis Knill Promoted By Air Force Duluth, Minn. - Dennis S. Knill son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Knill of Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Va has been promoted to airman sec, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S and class in the U S Air Force 1 5r . " " - " Lilt. [tt.~)al~k][, INUVrsiVII~I~I~ ll, 1.'~00 A~rman Kmtl is an admlmstrat. [ ire specialist at Duluth Internat-[ . tonal Airport, Minn. He is a mere cher Lewis of Charles Town; and Harwicn. ber of the Air Defense Command of Mrs. Fred Bender Richmond which protects the U. S. against Virginia, and Mrs. Edward P. enemy air attack. I Crouch of Jolms L;land, South ATTEND The airman was graduated from Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will be at home at 5 Ocean Drive, South Use The Massachusetts Oct. 24 'Mrs. Ruth Lyndon Dallwig, dau *: ghter of Mr. Trenor Parke Judd and the late Mrs. Gertrude Good- row Judd of Blandford, Charles Town, was married on Monday, October 24th, to Mr. Malcolm D. Campbell of South Harwich, Mas- sachusetts. Mrs. Campbell, wire was the widow of the late Edgar Gustav Dallwig, is the sister of Mrs. David E. McMillan and Mrs. Flet- Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday --- ONLY --- J ram Experienced Operators Only VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, W. Va. 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