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I I I II I I I Miss Janet Harrell Becomes Bride Mr. Russell Lloyd In Church Rites ON THE CIRCLE IN RANSON Open Tel Midnight Monday Thru Sat. Home of Low, Low, LOw Everyday and Night Prices. OPEN ALL DAY Thanksgiving Day YOUNG TOMS -- -lb. 39c -- -lb. 39c m t Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. I,loyd Miss Janet M. Harrell, Charles Town, daughter of Mrs. Helen M. Watkins, Charles Town, became the bride of Mr. Russell E. Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd, Rippon, Sunday, Nov. 8 in the Charles Tow,:] Methodist Church at 3 p. m. The double ring cere- mony was used. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Robert Creamer, wore a white lace ballerina length dress with three quarter sleeves, a head dress of white flowers with should er length veil and a bouquet of red carnations. Her maid of honor, Mrs. Oscar Day, wore a black and white street length dress with match- ing accessories and white carnat- ions. Oscar Day was best ma,n to Mr. Lloyd. Following the ceremony the cou ple left on a honeymoon trip over the Skyline Drive and on return- ing they will reside at 210 South Lawrence street, Charles Town. The bride's mother wore for the wedding a white street length dress with matching accessories and white carnations. The groom's mother wore baby blue s,.tlt, mat- ahi,ug accessories and white car- nations. The bride is a graduate of Char les Town High School and is cur- rently associated with the J. J. NevCberry store in Charles Town. The groom is a graduate of Char les Town High School and is cur- rently farming. Out-of-town guests at the wed- ding were from Silver Spring, Md.; College Park, Md.; Hagers- town and Martinsburg. |CENTER CUT m .OIN lb. 49c - lb. 69c . lb. 69c lb. 47c . lb. 49c Metz-Ramey Nuptials Occur In Martinsburg Announcement was made this week of the marriage of Mrs. Vir ginia Ramey, Charles Town to Mr. Robert E. Lee Metz, of Winches- ter, Vs., which took place Satur- day, Nov. 14 at 3 o'clock at the Calvary Me~h,odist parsc, nage in Martinsburg. The Rev. W. W. )Beale, pastor, performed the cere- mony. The bride was attired in a mar- oon Italian two-piece silk suit wearin~ light blue beads, light blue feather hat and she wore an orchid.' Following (;he ceremony the cou ple went to Washington to spend their honeymoon. On returni,ng they will reside in Berryville, Vs. The bride has been house me- (FRESH GROUND BEEF) (Lesser Quantities Slightly Higher) - lb. 19c ESSKAY'S S S K A Y' S - $1.00 - -- lb. 49c - pkg. 29c N - - (Smoked-- Small'-- Lean) i ii i i Illllll ICEBERG m STAYMAN, WINESAP OR m O lb. 10c F:,rmer:y $17.95, now I Ill Illl ~ '/111 / SPEND Li SS AND GET MORE F. F. V. COOKIE %-- SOUTHERN CREAMS CHOCOLATE DROPS SUGAR COOKIES FUDGE 'N NUT ESKO SHORTENING HEINZ BABY FOOD,~--Assort. 7:30 COFFEE CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE---New Size DOMINO SUGAR - - (With Groceries Order of $5.00 GOLD RIBBON MARGARINE A. B. C. DOG FOOD Ill I Ill I Illl Ill pkg. 29c - 3-1bs. 59c~ 10 for 99c - l-lb. bag 55c . I 0-oz. $1.3') - 5-1bs. 39c orMore) 2-1bs. 29c 12 cans $1.00 I]U I I OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight " Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! Save $3.00 on this Christmas Special Buy this Samsonite Streamlite Beauty Case fer Christmas giving -- or for your very own. This is the luggage that keeps its first trip look.., and the classic beauty of Streamlite stays in style! Sectioned tray for cosmetics and toiletries lifts right out. Full-width mirror for full viewing. Triple-strength construction , means years of good use. Don't miss this Holiday buy on a famous Samsonite Streamlite Beauty Case. Comes in Ebony Grey, Rawhide Finish, Saddle Tan, Hawaiian Blue. All Gifts Wrapped in Attractive Christmas Boxes For You. Phone 353 Charles Town, W. Va. .................. i i iq I i ii Use Our Convenient Lay-A-Way Plan i j Miss Virginia Merchant Bride Mr. Shriver In anson Lutheran Church Friday evening, November 13 in St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ransom Miss Agnes Virginia Mer chant became the bride of Ray- mond Harris Shriver of Martins- burg, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl- ton H. Shriver, 1429 North Queen Street Mart]asburg. The byide is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver P. Merchant of Halltown, at whose home a recep- ~tion was given following the cere- mony performed by the Rev. Rich ard E. Eccl. Mrs. Richard E. Neal played sel ections from Bach and Mendels- ohn preceding the ceremony for which the altar was banked with white lureS. The bride appeared in Winter white brocated satin with which she wore a fingertip yell. Her maid of he,nor, Miss Melin da Ann Snyder, wore Kelly green wool. Mrs. Merchant's frock was rose witch the groom's.mother in blue. Thomas C. Stilwell of Martins- burg, was Mr. Shriver's be.~t man and 'his brother, Carlton B. Shriv- er, acted as u:her. At the reception the bride's sis- ter served. Miss Jo Anne Mer- chant cutting the cake and Miss Mary Elizabeth Merchant pouring punch. Reception colors were green and white. Motoring through the Shenan- doah Valley ,for a honeymoon, the bride was attired in an Autumn blue tweed suit. They are residing at Hal!town. Bot:h Mr. and Mrs. Shr: ~' tie at Shepherd College, he as a sen.- for, she ~ sophomore. She is a member of Phi Sigma Chi soror- ity and the Student National Ed- ucation Associ~tAon. Mr. Shriver, also a SNEA member, belongs to !Theta Sigma Chi fraternity and ;alpha Psi Omega honorary. Hc i~ preparing ~ teach. Guests at the wedding and re- ception, with those from Martins- burg and Jefferson county weee from Baltimore and ,Hagerstown, Md. and Washkngton, D. C. SPIRIT OF' JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE fi---A "lilt RSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, Mrs. Paul Coffman, 410 East Liberty Street is spending several weks in Lawton, Oklahoma with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Carl C. Holbert Jr. and new granddaughter Nancy Ann, born November 8. Becky and Gary Clem of Wt~ chester Vs. spent Monday atl iTuesday with their grandl~rent IMr. and Mrs. Howard Asl~yO0~ [I~anson. Also visiting with the~ [T,~esday evening was Mrs. Edgar [Bohrer of Marti,nsburg. Charles Town Phone 399 ther at the City-Hospital Nursing Home in Martinsburg for the past year and Mr. Metz is now in the coal business in Winchester, Vs. Miss Emily Tabb Is Bride Mr. Marmion A wedding of interest to Char- les Town and Harpers ~erry resi dents was solemnized Saturday, Nov. 14 at 10 a. m. in St. John's Catholic Church, in Frederick, Md. when Miss Mary Emily Tabb of Charles Town, daughter of Charles Holmes and IAllie Rey- nolds Tabb, became th~ brfde of Mr. William V. MarTniOn, Jr. of Harpers ~erry. The groom is the son of the l~te Mr. and Mrs. Wil loam V. Marmlon Sr. and a, grand son of the late Dr. Nicholas Mar- moon of Harpers Ferry. Among the*guests present for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Franzen of the National Park Ser vice, Harpers Ferry;; Mr. Crow- der of Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Cor- inne Green and son of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Yo,'gallo of Washi,ngton, D. C.; Mrs. Edith Brosies and daughter, Mrs. Sraggs and granddaughter Lydia Weeker. Mr. and Mrs. Marmion will re- ,side in Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Virginia Ahalt, propz~etor: of Virginia's Beauty Shop and Gift Store on North Charles St. suffered a broken hip in a fall at her home o,u South George Street ,on Tuesday. She is a patient in the Charles Town General Hos- pital. Born November 14 in the Win- chester Memorial :Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Davdd Newton Penwell, Jr., Halltown, a girl. Mrs. ,Penwell is the former Miss Phyllis Pauline Grey. Spending the weekend this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer were Mrs. Edna Cooper and Mr. Herman Warfel 9f Lancaster, Pc., Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Peer of Harrisonburg, Va, a0nd Mr. Char- les Peer of Silver Spring, Md. also Mrs. Mary Clipp of Charles Town visited with them Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smoot Sr. of Clarksburg spent from Thurs- day until Sunday with their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smoot. Mrs. Alvin Ennis, Jr. a,ud son Robert are spending this week in Washington, D. C. visiting her mother Mrs. Catherine Nestor. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Strosnider and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strosnider and son Russell of WaShington, D. C., Mrs. Ida Costello and fam- ily of Halltown, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Young and granddaughter Debbie Young of Ranson were din ner guests Sunday of the former's fiece and nephew Mr. a,ud Mrs. Nelson Boyd of Halltown. Specialist 4th Class and Mrs. Carl C. Holbert Jr. announce the .birth of a 6 lb 1134 OZ. daughter born November 8 'at 6:13 A. M. The baby has been named Nancy Ann. Mrs. Holbert is the former ~onnie Coffm~,u of Charles Town. The Holberts now reside in Law- ton, Oklahoma where he is stat- ~'~ with the United States Army. Mrs. A. B. Cash spent all of last week in Hampton, Va, with friends. Mr. Cash took her down and returning to bring her home. Their son Philip is a patient i,u Dixie Hospital following an opera tlon performed on his back Nov- ember 9. Mz'. Edgar Sleet St. of CZar ks burg went to Washington., D. 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Low Price AE NewberrY $ 47 Low Price; ) _ ~V. ] NewberrY I[. ---SPECIAL--- 25 BOXED Boxes $ .00 Reg. $1.18 Valuej 50 BOXED $ .00 Box J . PHONE 314 # CHARLES TOWN STOI I /