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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOV'[~4BER 30, 1978 " " remembered. /dllldld It. I~ ,-~,~T-'. ~ ~ . ,d~ ( :~l [associates public :.~=~;-~' ~;. churches and / SOCIAL CLUB In I nominate descry[, |U J ,[[| [~ (: %~1~[~.~ T'IIT~I"% C1f L'IkT A f.~ ~:~[ [women to participate ,-" l"l%l'fb~L INP 1.J ~~ ml Five applications for mem- It was noted that the West [ program for awards. In a pretty wedding Saturday, were Mary Virginia Propst and ~:~ ~i~ ~ "~ "~ ~ ~k~.~, ~::Y[ bership have been received by Virginia Division won a UDC[ an UL November 4, at 7 o'clock in the Jessamy Lyn Propst, sisters of 1~ / ~B~mflqlF~'~f ~,~ ~l Stonewall-Roeser Chapter of the Magazine publicity award in the I ~ evening at St. Thomas the bride. The attendants wore 1~'4 ~ PI4fINIW 7~.~ ~ "-7 Y'.~ .~[ United Daughters of the Con- 500 to 1500 membership[ Eva el' 1 ' floor I :v " ~vA ~.~ =,- --v=-- ng tca Lutheran Church m ength dresses of polyester t~ ~ " [federacy, Charles Town, and category. St newall'R sser[WalrmnD IkINll Ranson, Tamara. Kathryn Propst with hooded, capes, the honor or ",?', ~ ~,~/ .~[ marled to the division registrar . chapter was instrumental in theI ,w~n,v ,v,- becamethe bride of Jefferey attendant m dusty blue, the ]~-t ~~~" ,~,~ ~=~ ~" .~:[ Mrs. S. Robert Stokes, the winning of the award. ]IrA Itl ,Mk, lJ Cyrus Reightler. The Rev.bridesmaids in melon. Each[~ t.~3~ $ "~-~[} ,'"~-3[chapter registrar, informed The chapter made a monetary ~][ ~ lq Richard Neal officiated for the carried a single long stemmed [V " ~ ,~-~-, ~ ~ ~Y. ] members at the meeting at the donation to the Locust Grove ] e,ve ~ip~nM~veCi~am~720M,c~ ~:dn I RMoruttnd1 MKSearArnlen B. Propst, besWtaYmne Reightler served as ] A -- m-- = IIA|-JJ'.---- @L [Aprilcutoff date for applications Binkley donated a large pum-[ Tuesday November 14 ,eysville; the an, ushers were William,bue~ RR~ Rt U[]~ h0U~ [~[~u|[[g ~[[~w~r[ for chapter membership would pkin to be used in baking pies for ] honor of welcoming groom the son of Mr and Mrs. and Robert Reightler All are [ r'-- ~ I be enforced to prevent new the home memoers m me or~ William S. Reightler of Charles brothers of,the groom. [ ~ [ UAmA~ ~# All",~ ] membersthe financialburden of To direct attention to I The new meml~ Town. The bride s mother was attired l : ~ I I'll lUl la double per capita tax Veterans' Day, November 11,[ Elizabeth Aronhalt,: The altar was trimmed with in a melon colored polyester [ ~,~ ] v w [assessment soon after mere- Mrs Charles McDonald read a| Carter, Judy Gayhaf two drmd arrangements of floor length gown w=th sheer ::~ ~:~::~ :~; A wedding shower was gwen bersh~p certff=cates are poem to commemorate veterans Longerbeam M football mums and magnolia angel sleeves. The groom's : ~ [on Saturday November 11 at [received. |of all wars. Donations were I Peacher, Peggy Ponlt leaves, prepared by Mrs. Paula mother wore a dusty blue quiana l. ~ ~~ ." the home of Mrs. Donald L Hale I Presiding over the meeting I made to chapter funds by Mrs Spangler, Marjorie Cline. Musical selections in- floor length dress with long,ii~l~ [ at Engle for Glenn and Mary [ was the chapter president, Mrs I Binklev and Mrs. Stokes for the ] Donna Stanhope, eluded "As Sheep May Safely sleeves. " ~ [: :~ IGageby. I Charles H. Strider. "] birthdays of Holland and[ Staubs and Betsy Wall: Graze' while the guests were The bride is a1976 graduatg of ll~~/ [ l~rs. Gagebyisthedaoghterof[ Delegates to the general [ William Binkley and Miss Kelley,In the absence of ( being seated; ",Jesus, Joy of Jefferson High School and at-,~~~ [Mrs. Susie Malenah, of Marlowe I convention in Richmond, Va [ Stokes. I Crum of the Library Ca Man's Desiring' at the con- tended Lord Fairfax Community IHeights, Maryland, Mr. Gageby[November4-9, Mrs. Stokesand[ The Dec. 16 meeting and[who was ill, Sallyj clusion of the service: with the College, Middletown, Va and I the son of Mr. and Mrs. George [ Mrs. Earl Manuel, St- gave I Christmas luncheon will be at ] served as pro-tem~ traditional processional and Shepherd Copllege. She is |~!~~ ] W. Gageby of Engle. They are,detailed accounts of the ac- ] thehomeof Mrs. Ralph Binkley, [ She presented a check, recessional wedding music as cuurently employed by Heck's,[ presently residing at their [ tip[ties at the six business [ I.eetown Road at I p.m. The [ Mooseheart Library .~i well. Department Store in Charles,~ ~ [ newly-purchased homein I sessions and numerous I Rev. Lester Link will be the [ the Mooseheart ~ Mter the couple repeated their Town. - [ ~ ~ I Temple Hills, Maryland. [ workshops they attended. [ guest speaker. [ Fu. nd. The chapter vows, they presented longThegroom isa w graduate|/ / [ Those attending were Elleen[~~|gfftstothescnooimre~ stemmed white roses with fall of Westminster High School, |~llt -.IL [ Hoffmaster, Helen Hamblett, [ be accepted and will be retur- ! I,~ children. : colored velvet streamers to Westminster, Md |Connie Sturgis, Susie Melenah,[ned [ nmlor rarents The next chapter ni/~ P ast, wen znown prozesslonal actor an(] Tuesda December their mothers, grandmothers, A reception followed the [ " I ~ Catrow, Dorothy Eye, Dot I The following General officers I ] Y . aunts and special friends. The ceremony at the Lion's Center in |Olrec[Or, Wlll De m reslaence at me ula upera [Buffer. Betty Kidwiler, Rath [ were elected to serve a two year [ ~ A~R;a~#lw~ [ meeting that gentle~ roses were carried to the altar Ranson. Mrs. Carolyn a. BohrerlHouse ill Charles Town for rehearsals and the,Clegg, Kathryn Welty, Alice [ term: President General, Mrs. I qJ][ rlllll]l l ]] [ attend. by Cherie Taylor, cousin of the I hiked the wedding cake which ] four days performance of "The Secret Affairs of [ Hale, Elizabeth Gageby and [ Will Zack Huggins, Miss.; Vice [ t Refreshments we~ bride,~.ChristmasWh 'illlfw re aflN I~nlfloorTreatslength$,|@wast served by/|.~Mrs Sharon[~l~]B(lsa]Hatl[~t' ~tA'; 1 el~d /~X0U, I! rl" I-l~'l I rla.hl~ll in hr st oo, V'oY"'S"]~";"" *hou,~ l[,[,D rrene Hale " ~/I President" General,i]U Mrs.~l~[~][~[~Frank.ill ~rs. James urtrnam ann Mrs rd,followingpHAK~the, meetingo |~! beige qmana dress, ruffled and i Taylor, aunt of the bride, and 4 r n s~-~ ^.4 husband 'left [ - Refreshments of punch cake Is Le.ake, Jr South Carohna: |Mary of By [ of the chapter. vested, with long sleeves. Mrs, Cheryl Henretty, cousin of l',=~ ~ '~'~: ',""'~? '.- I cookies, nuts and mints were |Second Vice President General, [ ~ naras nelaa supper n.ononngI, ,=:~ Given in marriage by her the bride. Miss Kim Brown|aDove ; ann also as tecnmcal atrecmr oI me Iserved. A door prize was won by,Mrs." Jack Kinchle, Missouri; Imetr parents Mr. arm Mrs.I b0up~ tie ~lll] parents, the bride wore a classic [presided at the guest book show (right above) l- len Hamblett. . [Third Vice President General, [ Omrles S. Silveous" ~ Mary ] ~ L.~ Mrs Franc~s C Palmer Trauer Court on mew ~th rlllilp$ 3alU polyester gown with scooped Following a short week-end [ Mr. and Mrs. Gagehy received [ . [ . [ Ill~ neckline, long sleeves and ac- wedding trip, the couple took up,When the Old Opera House in be seen in many lo~al and I many beautiful gifts. |Virginia: Recording Secretary [ we~mng anmversary. I . ~ cents of Venice lace. Added was [residence on the Flowing [Charles Town presents "The [ nationaltelevision commercials Those unable to attend, but |General, Mrs. Louise W. Erath, [ Mr. and Mrs: Silveou.s were ] e On.~turaDaY:isL~HH~ ,marrlea ~ovemoer m, ls~a, at ~ rm.p ~ r,um. a matching demi-veil of illusion, Springs Road in Charles Town Secret Mfairs of Mildred Wild I As well as being a member of| sending gifts were, Donna/Texas; Treasurer General, Mrs. I I - t ~'~'~ She carried a nosegay of white Out of town guests attending,December 7 through 10, Ed Nast, ] Equity, the stage actors guild, he [ Kidwiler, Pat Gageby, Pat,W. Osceola Gordon, Tenn. ; [ Leemwn ny [ne r~ev. Marun: [ u~,~ ~=,~.c.u, .t !~u roses, baby' breath and autumn the wedding came from points [ well-known professional actor [ is a member of the Screen Ac-[ Henkis, Bessie Gageby, Anna [Registrar General, Mrs. Russell,They have five daughters and [ sine smrung a~ 11 t~ flowers, in Pennsylvania, Maryland,and director for stage, television I tor's Guild and belongs to theI Ambrose Darla Ambrose /B. Frost, Jr Newport News |three sons, all of whom were[P.m ~ouareurgea ~ ] Miss Cathy Mose served as Virginia, Alabama, Florida and [ and motion pictures will be in [ American Federation of l Georgia Baker Mary Jenkins',|Va. Historian General, Mrs. [present except two sons, [ own co a, mers tor . ~ maid of honor bridesmaids [Washington, D.C. [residence. [ Television and Radio Artists. I Joyce Moler' and Audrey/Ernest J. Me[ere, Jr North [Richard and Charles. ] Wh' nTe mt:k;1 ~,Nast will do double duty ] Nasrs residency at the Opera,Gageby. [Carolina: Recorder of Crosses, [ lnose present mr me supper I P - . , ~l H rus; Wa;ran~;d:m p :wb~II [Zv |Mrs Robert T Hansen [celebratmn were Mr and Mrs ,~sy .Saturaay menT~ . y Oklahoma Arthur Barron and sons, Allen effort There will he~'~ |}0lie,/Madm t Garden Club wandalsoolaymg theroleof Vtrgmm Arts and Humamties[ NaMrs. Alexander S. Wojcicki of [ The 86th General Convention land Terry, of Harpers Ferry; I p~es and they may be l~i ]r~Am,J,AJt:--,~ ILl, ,u~, ~ILA,=, TIL;A [Roy, Mildred's balding, candy I Commission in an effort to| NewYork and historian general, |will be held at Daytona Plaza, I Mr.andMrsLCharlesFra!eyand|bythecutorthewholeP bUIIUUt;tIII[ rlltw=! OllUW /lll~,store owner husband. ].upgrade the performances oflintroduced the guest speaker. / Daytona Beach, Fla. inlaaugmer, tirenoa, ann ~rS. lwillbealimitednun~ I A graduate of Catholic I Community Theatre and to give I Dr. I.~slie S. Wright, president,November, 1979. ~ Blanche Fraley,Knoxvflle, Md.; [ famous Flora Lem # T~,~,~=, ['~, @~&,-~, |University'sDramaDepartment|professionat guidance and|of Sampson College, Bir-] u ~ u. -- [Mrs. Mary Lot Stlveous and[availahle. Sorrywe $ /IIUI UI4][! r[[[J~l][| ~I~LU|UdV [and now a resident of Alexan-I technical training to thoselmingham, Ala: Dr. Wright] Ra~lv ~e hlm e Idaughters, Diana, Debbie, lable to take orders irl$ -- " " [ dr[a, Virginia, he has directed [ working in theatre as an a-| stated that he looked upon the [ 7 I Kelley and Julie, Leetown; Mr. [ This is sponsored by ~ . over twenty-five professional [ vocation,United Daughters of the Con-,1~ [:n~n=ul~ T~ Wa/I,and Mrs. James Grim and [ l~ecta's Branch of t~ An ' ulae r/asnlone~ um'lst materml mr a manue maturing f er m t =# Ll~ av =~,u chddren Charles Donald, ,'. " " " I" . . ' [ shows in his career in addition to ] [ fed icy as the os patriotic,[ [ women of the Diocese mas' ks the theme of a candles, will be snown un and Ehzabeth and Conme Mrs V m ; I acting roles around the world. [ Rehearsals are well underway ['organization in the co try,~, ann M,'~ ~*=-rl I [ .; .- " ] irg in- placement nower snow, sport- uass tour wreatm: ~, we I ~ r~ ~,ntlv flni h~fl a rnlo in I at the Or~ra House and reser- I its members as true oreservers/. ""': ~ - "Y: v~"Z "~"" I mary L~ngerneam arK] cnilaren, [ ve wreaths of me and,Kaftble of l-~clden Fd e are sored by the Dolley Madmon| ea,P .| " Billy Jack Comes to[ vaUons for seating are now[ofo " countrys heritage. Dr.|,roud to announce Cha, rles andI CO-OP AVW To~vn. I classes, arrangements "n I multi-talentedMr. Nastcanalso| Zindels. I Daring the business session,| " ~:r u;,~.[ id y. . [public is invited toatt fine snow wi. ~e open to the I junior division will be con-[ I members elected Mrs. Lynn A ~',="~='= ,"'. o :.~, [ The supper was at tne nome o~ i public from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. on [ tributed by the Rosette JuniorI ~A A a= ~ [ Webber of "Burbank, Cal./~P~', empmye~ ny ]-Mrs. James Grim at Byrd Or-] ~,~.~-,* MIKelO s baoulery Thursday; and from 10:00 a~m. [ Garden Club, using a toy as a[ lll M" I-an,in,Inn I lr# MUe I honorary president. The| - [chards. A wonderful time was| ' to S:00 p.m. Friday and Satur-] container,I[~ II~ Wlll[q~llLl ll II~lU~# [following motions were passed: [ Mr. Shewbridge is a 1977 |enjoyed by all. i ~] day Mrs. Harry M. Kable is[ = = [ $550.00 to be contributed toward,graduate of Jefferson High[ [ ~/l[ e m S:.hool and the James tmmsey :~r- F OU~ classes will be[ president of the Dollev Madison ] J[~[~, I'~l~A'~l~6~l~a U~lfAl~ I~erestoration of th ho e of| . -l'epresented. ] Garden Club. ",~d~ I l ll gOl, lVIOitl O [ Stonewall' Jackson with the| Vocational-TechmcalCenter. He IM lU llt llldH H/ ~1 "~/~,~i "Class One, table sett, ings:I T l.h ~,k--I ~ l" v . ] request that the money be used,is empDyed by ppi in Sterling,[ [ ~l~-~l ,/i4nnllu ObllWl lVl Ya Now Christmas comes,: tis fit [ S .ILAJ. [forMrs. Jacksonsroomanda| - |lPa inia uaaa nu / /Jl dl that we should feast and song ] LM IMdare Ilme K,n um Be[ r [eM]lliailflll$ [plaque recognizing the UDC; one,A March wedding is planned. |WlMIpIli; IlUllUlIb'U [ '.al l and merry be." Round [-,1, ~v~,~ v~ | [hundred additional flags be[ ~ ' / The dauohter of a Ransonl ~" hospitality tables,viii be set with [" All 4-H club officers of Jef-,More than 455 delegates at-, wreath was placed at the,added to the nine dozer) to be| 3.ann0n=ie n0men s |couple, Mr~. and Mrs Francis/ - two place settings and a i ferson County are urged to at- [ tended the 85th Annual General [ Matthew Fontaine Maurv [ sent to the Rock Island National,A / Rooers has h,~n ~*,~ f- | ~ decoratwe centerpiece /tend 4-H Offmer s Tralmng [ Convention of the Unitedl Monument [Cemetery. an increase of $500 00| [,|UD Will I~lalig |" 1 / ~ ClassTwo, occasionaltables'lSchool scheduled for Tuesday [ {)auP .hters of ihe Confederacy at[ The "" ' "~ W [ to be used' for the publication'of ^ ~ L . I,--~ll ~i historical evenmo as = "Any tiny trees that glow and|evening December 5 at ~:~01 the john Marshall Hotel in Rich-[(=ailed tn order on Monday l Volume Three of the Jefferson| I~ilI~S Ul~ ue(;emum /[,] 411 ' h ] - " light a place for elves to plav in[p.m, at Jefferson High Sc oo mond Va November 4-9 [evenin~ Nov 6, by Mrs [Davis Papers and a corn-| . c~ ; tmas luncheon -~ a| SheisMrs SandraFoddreP of[ ~ II the night' A natural tree or|Classes will be conducted for[ Those attending from theiRussellB Frost, Jr of New,~rtlplimentaryc pybeg[vent the| i*'- is -'-n- ~" lManassas V " ~l ' . ~ . . exchange o| g ~ts tan ,ca Ior,va ,ow uemg . fresh cut material m the shape of ! pres'dents, wce-pres~dents, Berkeley Count chapter [News Va The welcome to Rich |UDC;mheuofawreathforthe|~. ~ ~ ~,~o~,o,~,o/ ~ ~l a tree decorated w,th dried and sc r e t,a r ~es, r epor t e r s,Martinsburg, were: Mrs. Robert [ mond was given bv Carlton P [ Memorml Day services, $15.00[ ~h~---ndale Woman's Cl-h| winners She is a ~'raduate of/ ~ l| artff~cml materml |tr~surers, recreation, leade S]L' Reaves, Mrs. James Wnght l Mof[att, Jr President,[be. sent to|he Cathedral of The| holds its last regularly| Charles Town High School and/ ][' ~lass lnree, manues: An.el| an(] song !eaae~; a| me same,and Mrs. Lee R. Moore. I ~4etropolitan Richmond I t';, renege ~ew Lmm .psmre scheduled meeting until March / received a B S. Degree from/ : | li ht up your candles for .is ~wne aria [mace, me 4-. leauers I Delegates from the Stonewall-I Chamber of Commerce I u,v~s~on rresmem,/ "t ".- -- --~ ~:~ g . ' . raem ers are as ee onng a mueneia ~ta~e uouege. ~ne also ~:" ta . I ]Rossercapter, lesTown,]Greetings came from Col.| . g,ft in the t*o-do,lar price range[ attended the University of! . : ~ s r shmeth clear An of the county will meet to make h Char Mrs James Johns of Bluef~eld arrangement of fresh plant [ plans for the 1978-79 4-H year. I were Mrs S Robert Stokes and I Josenh B Mitchell Lieut I was maoe oivision ca[mr o~ ~ne/ ~ Vir' inia - . i L~ ~ .~ ~ r,"i ,-,~ : ^ "he "" Va / ann zo can bomie wana,: 725-1 g ann ~s now working on l : : ~ | ~r~~~~~~~ |Mrs. Earl Manuel ~r. . [ Commander-in-chief, Sons of[~.L"~.^'~g.~'"~" --~ :~."i. ~[ 5846 for reservations, if they/ ber master's degree at George i ~:~ ~ 'll~ m ~-~ ~ I The convention openea "on l Confederate Veterans and Dr /'~''~'u'' .u ~=.-,-,~ '~/, "-* ~='=n ,'ontacted a~,- ~Mason Colle,e ~ ~'" {l~::f~ " - ~ at 12" " award for the most published '='~ . . .~,-, s - ~:~ : ~ Saturda,Nov 4 00 noon Pal h W W~dener Commander " Y ' P the meeting. Those w~shmg to A teacher at Weems ~~ . ~.'~ ~,with a Virginia Division Lun-J General Military Order of the ] a~icl~jn ~e~magazme,~mn2 l~e| bring crafts to sell will haven| l~embntary School m Manassas, ]! I cheon for general ofticers I Stars and Bars / ~" l~tr.J lli~ll|~l~n~p ~=t.~=:~tn.v.| ~1~! ;I,~hl h;~h *n oh^. / 1Ul'v.~ i~u-lA ~ll ~ m ~.~.;,~4 *~. tlh.~ ~:'~ ,a " " * " ~ ~"~" ?- "~ re . " I " W'" Ya"' also wun^ a.'~" ,swa=.~ "~.',4u =.J= "~" fheI ~a~i~ ~ s||~f, Jlg; ~h~l| v~lla~zz ~,u ~d(lq.~W1 xv~.l o. ~. ".~'~l~dLI I~ILI. ll~ lltal I~adl g4~ L|~ In LlnperlP ' %~ i~ ,Lrv"~,Memorial services we held at [ The President General, Mrs / them / Rev Mover Foddrell a student - - -- , - ~'l~----".-, ~]/ll~l,; ~ I the Second Presbyterian church [ Henry D Ferns of Bethlehem,|sevenMit.imry ~rosses tn nor/ rw~r 9will be the -,~*|atf~n~mSeminarv'Th~have John&Emily " " ', / ; V:i [on Sunday at 2:00 p.m Mrs.[Pa bestowed World War iI[presented at the .division con)| Ch 'stm"as-Dance held in c%-.|three children "'" -" .k madl| ',/ k,' ~ " t~ Harry J Birt of Oak Hill W Va Ml|lta' ' Crosses of HonOr on veto[on in September A. ~z~.~ nn ",m,m,-'" . . ~ . ry " - junction with the ~ta ondale The 'outstanding young RobesJorMlssva.dJun,ors ] "~, ~ [presiding Memorials were Isaac C Lan~ston Cant U~ Diwsmn con~'~butmn to " ' . ~'. / |/. ,~ ~ I '-- . ;" / . X ~ r : ~'" I th,~ Upmorial Buiidina En-/~aroen utuo, ano members o~/ women program m oes~gned to - [ F/eece(;rannv(,owns ~ ~ I [[ [presenteu to uonzeaera!e[Marmet:orps ~Ret.) Ohvta t'. |~ ":: ~ a~ ~ [ each or~anization are busy with| honor and encourage e~- ~ ~ ,~ ][ *q/;"s 1 ;n,~l;i~.~ ~,|Veterans, by Mrs. E!me .[Burkey, Lieut. U.S. Neff ]plans for the event. The| ceptmnal young women between ~" " ~'' "#' I ~ Iueiss; veterans ot Au wars,/MaryJeanneK. Hansen,:special/ : /w.m~.'~ ~uh will raffle nff a]th,~aa~nf~and~ whnh=v,~ ~eu~s to co.~r~ HalfSlip~ :/, ,- .~,~ [Mrs. Richard Hardin; Division|Services, U.S. Army, Korean| Mrs AlbertM. Gr. ay, r egis!er|l~n"~mec~amic tree d~n:| d;stTngufshe(t-igemseives-in ,o~ te,~Nz~ ~'. "- "%'~,-Y~v ~ I Presidents, Mrs. F.B. Fit- I War recipients were Jack Ditto,/ general, asked mat. cnapter| ,h -.- ~nd tickets are ,;~[ ,h=; ~ ,t~o; a ,~.~ i, w~, I~ /1(/1~" ,~1111~ t(r ill i ~ tt ,-. " ~ *L / ~ . ~ . . / '~i=*~'~ nnt *,~ ~arh~n rmr~r/ "': ~v i ~ "/ "'~" '""~, V''=~o'v''= cu,u -re~e.t scerchi.~ ('~ - $ zgeram" uaugmers oz me Br' Gen U b Arm (ReD ann e, r-r.- - I n - . ]' .I zg .-- [ lg . Y "- [ when fillino out annlication| available for both the dance and| areas of leadership and who ,ah a tight-rittiag till .~ ~.raanoranLv~e~s ~J/ ~ Icomeoeracy, ~rs.~.t:.ue". Icapt. Isaac t,angston. ~or/ . ~' ~'~ . /,-o;no /deserve to be reeotmi~wl and escap olsteam~uw " ' ~ [ "" Immediatel followin the rv papers zor new memoers ~- ~1 . i~ !~ I: I I,qlzen 'if| .ll [ ] Y g [ se ice in the Vietnam War,/ "/ "'."." .','"',~"~.:" """,~, ~ ~ ] memorial services, members ] crosses were presented to Oliver,Division need ~nd| ][l[~l~a~;~'~,i~a~~;~it~[~[[ .ater. This [m-evt~ : $ ~,i~v oj rranc'# ono ~arner ~ $ I were taken by bus to a tea at the I u~,~ ~-,-,es Itt f~nt It g / omy one copy of the appfication/ ~b~ t,~,~ ,~- Z ~ uv ~ ~=.= "" "~=" ] . the B vitamias add NvlonSlee,CoatsandMuwhing(;ow"s |United Daughters of the Con-[Navy (Ret.)andJ ephDimmitt[to the registrar general, o.y| t . . ; " ' federacy Memorial Building and / Howard COl. U.S Army Capt / one copy of the necessary/ . ' [returned to the hotel via Rich-ISemme is a dil'ect descendani/rec rds fpronff0rmembershiPl .>. . . ,me,- ,"# . andManv, ManvMore Items ~ ]mond's famous Monument ]of Raphael Semmes who was a/is. required- Application papers/ " "f'* ~" "~ "7 ~ : ~" . ." ,k,oct~,=i~,',~ $ ~ w e me ~ l I / vath typed endorsements can not " ",~ [Avenuehere th mor'a Rear Admiral in the Confederate,=- h I-m And For Those |'on (',re About I, rm i = u,6 " ,e s - " of Hats, Mittens, M n" H01L|I US rlL ' Hru,hedCollonandPo/)'orN)'/onFleece ~ . THE CASUAL TOP SHOPPE . Hospital (;owns German Street, Shepherdstown . .w Va . Coats, Pan . MAIII$$ I Nvlm, Now Has A Variety Of T-$h|a Pnnt-Ups " deMe#r/ .$ Just In Time With A Tee representing his f.avorRe team. We Have On Hand Redskins, COMe m now and ix Xnm,