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I II II I I I I I USE OUR LAY.A-WAY PLAN I / NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE--IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. GIFTS WRAPPED IN ATTRACTIVE BOXES Announce Engagement Mks Margaret Omdorff To Mr. Joseph Ware. Jr. Announcement was made this week of a marriage of local in- terest which occurred September 24 in Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Crete, Illinois, when Miss Constance Elaine Roby, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Roby of Crete, Illinois, became the bride of Mr. Floyd Thomas Speeht, of Charles Town, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Specht, of Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town. i The double ring ceremony was solemnized at 7 p. n~. by the Rev, cuffs and collar and green shoes. The groom's mother wore a blue knit suit dress with blue shoes Mr. Glenn Specht, father of the groom, served as best man. The ushers were Mr. William Schotke and Mrs. Steven Blanton. Following the ceremony a re- ception was held at the bride's home, with Mrs. Alice Schother and Mrs. Barbara Tobun, assist- ing with the social function. Dec orations for the reception 'hall were Lillies of the valley and white carnations Richard Pankou, pastor, before Following the ceremony the an alter decorated with bouquet couple lefl on a wedding trip arrangements of white and yellow through Illinois and other states carnations and hybrid yellow and stopped off in Charles Town. daisies. For traveling the bride wore a Prior to the ceremony the pro~ baby blue linen floral shift with cessional March Nuptiale was an orchid corsage. They are resid played and following the cere- ing at 110 East Washington street many the Recessional was played in Charles Town. The bride was graduated from MISS MARGARET ORNDORFF on the church organ by Wilbur Bremen Community High School Mr .and Mrs. John M. Orndorff, Hatzung. Shepherdstown, have announced Willis Buchholz sang "Oh Per- in 1966 and was in training at the engagement of their daughter feet Love" and "The Lord's Pray Gaits Memorial Hospital as an X-Ray Technician. She is a mere Margaret Rosalie, to Mr. Joseph er." ber of Beta Sigma Phi Internat- Abner Ware, Jr son of Mr. and The bride, escorted to the al. tonal Chapter Theta Epsilon and Mrs. Joseph A. Ware, Sr Route ter by her father and given in is a Jayeee-ette. 1, Kearneysville marriage by her parents, wore a ] The groom was graduated from Miss Orndorff ,a 1966 graduate white satin floor length gown Charles Town High School in of Shepherdstown High School, is with lace bodice, seeded pearls 1963 is currently serving as Inter a senior at West Virginia Univer with long flowing train, nal Vice-President of the Jeffer- sity, where she is majoring in Miss Leitah Roby, sister of the son Jaycees, is a member of the t~lucation A 1966 graduate of bride, who was maid of honor, Board of Directors of Jefferson Charles Town High School, Mr. wore a mint green gown with County Memorial Park and is a Ware is a senior and agricultural bodice in linen, with floor length salesman for the Jefferson Motor economics major at West Virginia crepe in light biege with a train Company in Charles Town. I i*T F: vo AnnouncesPresbyterianscheduleChUrch THURS?AY, DECEMBER 18, 1969 Dmt-S rk Nup Is B da Lee Pearell Chdstms Proorams Solemnized In Skyline I Engaoemen!, ml ouno The congregation of the Char- Roya D les Town Presbyterian Church wLII worship at three services in Caverns In Front I To Mr. av,d R. Bush celebra ion of Christmas, begin- ning with the 11:00 a. m. worship on Sunday, December 21~,% Mr. Mrs. Martha Jane Brown Sirk W. H. Ramkey, the pastor, will of Berryvile and Mark T. Durst preach on "Christ, the Lord of of Kearneysville, W. Va were History," and the Carol, Senior married on Wednesday, Nov. 26, and Handbell Choirs, under the m the Skyline Caverns, Front Royal. A. B. Honts performed the i direction of Mrs. Raymond Fraz- civil ceremony. [ ier, will take part in the service,I The bride, who is the daugh-I Which will be broadcast by station WXVA and WZFM. I ter of Mrs. Mable V. Brown ofI On Sunday evening at 7:30 p. Berr~wille, wore a light beigeI m. Mrs. Frazier, assisted by dress trimed in brawn, with Misses Laura Dorsey, Kristin brown accessories and a corsage Ramkey and Sharon Webster, will of yellow baby roses and mixed direct the Joy Gift service in fall flowers. She wore an oak which all five choirs will partici- leaf pin, a gift of the bridegroom pate. The theme of the service Mrs. Darlene Lewis of Winches- is 'Christmas Around The World! ter was matron of honor. She was including music cram eleven attired in a dress of soft grey and cotmtries. The more than 65 per- wore a corsage of yellow carna- t ~sons who make up the five choirs tions. I will be assembled at the front of i C, W. "Buck" Daniels of Kear-t the ~anctuary. The choirs are: 'neysville, brother-in-law of theI BRENDA LEE Carol for grades 1-3, Bethlehem bridegroom, was best man. I Mr. and Mrs. William S. for grades 4-6, Westminster for Following a wedding trip to I ell are proud to announce grades 7-12 and Senior and Hand- Niagara Falls, the couple will be' engagement of their bell Choirs containing youth and side in Winchester and Kearneys- Bdenda Lee, to Mr. adut~. Mrs. John P. Burns, St. ville. The bride is a graduate of Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs. and ~iss Patty Anders will sing James Wood High School and is~R" Bush, Millville, W. Va. solos. The Women of the Church will employed by Rubbermaid Com- i Miss Pearrell is a 1969 ate of Harpers Ferry Hi: receive the Joy Gift offering at mercial Products in Winchester. I and is employed by the the 7:30 p. m. service, which The bridegroom is a graduateGeographic Society, used to supplement pensions for of Plainfield Academy in Plain- Md. retired ministers and their wives field, N. J and is a sales repre- or widows, sentative of Wilson Welding Sup- Mr. Bush is a 1964 West Washington St. University. of brocade green trin on train. The groom's parents were At 11:30 p. m. on Wednesday, ply Company of Winchester. Harpers Ferry High is employed by the 3-M The bride's mother wore a mint among the out-of-town guests at December 24th, the traditionalGuest at the ceremony were ~iaa~ av w va A late spring wedding is being . " " ir ~ green crpe dress with white lace the wedding. Christmas Eve service will give the Misses Kimberly Lynn S k planned. [ the congregation an ol)vortunity and Tamara Laine Sirk, daugh- ,~,~,T~'r~A~"~'~'~" Miss Glove ride - - --- "" s s n "hael ""~ or e ters of Mr Dur t, a d Mm [ Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, to w ship und r the leadershtp . " -- . I ~'~ ~r~TCT r B ~ I ~"~1] L~I ~ [ I Jr. and sons, Kevin and David of the Westminster Choir which vurst, son oz ~r. vursu I ^, will sin "Re aloe" a " contem Grace ~aphst Church u, J [ ~ ~t IIl~ ] I near Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. [ o MR. And MRS. WILLIAM KING g J ",P- " I U I I ~, u.y!,L$~Jf~kl I+ oscar Ha. esy,Mrs. Modenia Craigl -- . orar~ se+ting of. music for the Ckm.+.A+I,-i Dm leh I anaoan June[ion invite 3 J . ~. q=ai w=.e L worshzp of God the twentieth ,d)ll~lllIIIMlii ~ I gill a~la Chrmtmas entertainment, near Martmsburg, Mr John Zelg ' ~. f,h~,qoo ,e, vr ~ ~ ~.~ In an lmpressxve double rmg,sxded at the punch bowl and cof- centur- ' I December 21, at 7:30 P. "~" "~""-~ -"""' "--" """ "' ' ' Jam s ' "~' ] I mV~I~L-~ ~'~'~C"I~I ~J[I~rno~* gln~h~r .1"1" T,~aot ~ ceremony performed at 2 oclocklfee was served by Mrs. e ITa Pn =nt an}afa I Miss Antta June Glover be-I I t/-~,/k tk.'~ J J-~r.'~a~"'~rs %~' .%~ "~=".:' ' on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 22, Grantham. Mrs. lrving King cir- ~ . ~= -- I = u l ST JOHN'S CHUHCH came the bride of Henry Walter l ~ [ Roderiek'Charl'e/~ov~ ~reg~; in the Asbury United Methodist lculated the guest register and ~nnsmas cvem J u~ ~ .=# --,e CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Swadley on Dec. 6 in Winchest~r' ' Church in Charles Towm Miss Miss Clara Dailey was in charge [n nmd I bOO Love(I [fie W0rl{I 1 Mr and Mrs, M. F ~WiS and parents of a daughter, Lor|lei The Church School Chr Mrs. Swadley is the daughter " . I~. l~titdre@ Virginia ~amer, d~- of the gift table. Also assisting F~r ~ '~ " ~" "" ~ F of Mrs Anita P. Glover of 1060 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, Rene, born December 13, 1969 m :h~ ~ ~. ~.a ~ ~o: m ~ . ;*h *h ~i~n 0.0 M-~ ' "~"~ 1 Program m pageant of St ~ " Wine e " s,~- -- --. =,u ,o. *~,z,---,- - ~- r spent last Thursday m Washing- hester M mortal Hospital . Epxscopal Church at R~PP, Orchard Ave, Winchester, Va Creamer of Summit Point, be- Philip Creamer and Mrs. PaulI~K =.i.t J l On Sunday, December 21st, ~ ~.~a a ; h, nec. ton, 1). u. snapping ~wr~ xtouurlcK as tile [ormer russ . GllUl II b~ ~ a -,-s -- She is employed by the Winches-. " ~,~ ~,~;.oho, h wows. came the brzde of Mr. Samuel Dadey. I [ AI'~ mlUUil[~'t[i ]1969,the Shenandale Pamsh ter Knitting Mills Inc. r~a]or ann ~virs, ~awar~ A. ~:~ "~*': ~ :'~';~:: Rufus King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Upon leaving for a motor trip The ~United Choirwill present the izz at 7:au t-. lvL :: [Lloya ann son uandy of Salma, ivir .ano ~rs: ltoDer~ uem ~ucn James W King of Rippon. The to Florida the bride changed to ~raamona,~ canai.e.~gn [Cantata, 'God So Loved the[~ II Mmn,gn[ ~erv, ce on unrxs[mas . I,[ W Mr.j. SwadleYswadley iSofthecharlesSOn of Hen . " " ceremony" was performed by the a dress of blue we " " p~ . . . " World . This will be sung at th I Ala, are expected to arrwe manan, ~r, ~ome 1, Charms Town elwRh whmh e ry Towncharles Town on Sunday, Dec. 20are the parentsofa son, Robert Reverend J. Lee Williams before she used navy accessories. Since~ve will highhght the Chr:stmas. [Murrill Hill United Methodist a I) Y F R He is empl yed bY P" W' Plumlyt. ~!iiI C They are residing in Winches- ter, Va. GO TO CHURCH SUNVA Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fritts and,r ~, ', -- ' fect ~ove" ann the traditional ginia, i . " " P P " I I -randson Michael s,ent the week M~ H~tw~#a ~a~mermu~ a~ I ~ .'- i musm. I t~o "l~ ~uuKc~l ~U~I#AX [ ruu~w ~-~m, s ~. IllsIIVI~UIV nl~lU#,4h~wea(llng marcnes. ~, ,~nn with ~ars Fritt-' ~i~ter Mrs m~,- w ~, ~,] On Chmstmas Day there will,l l s w Put Yours In A Holiday Mood Jefferson Avenue was one of tke " g," " in mar- satin, fashioned with a sabrina . ,~^ .~ ~:.' - lucky winners of a fifty dollar riage on December 20, at 2:30 neckline, tapered sleeves ending TO Mr. John P. Rohai are invited to bring even the shopping spree recently at a near P .m. in the Bolivar United Meth at the wrist and an attached chap- STUCK AL~R by grocery store, odist Church. Bolivar, W. Va. A el length train. Her bouffant veil L-V:LYOF. WITH A Recent visitors with the Slush- reception will follow in the chu- of illusion fell from a large satin NEW HAIR STYLE ers and Wilsons" near Leetownrch annex, bow with streamers and she car- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. were, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer and son Jimmy, Big Pool, Md GIFT CERTIFICATE TO THE RESCUE! Any amount, redeemable anytime at your nearest Belk or Leggett Store. OUT OF IDEAS? CHAKFA TOWH STOI Friends of the bridal couple ried a bouquet of yellow roses are cordially invited to attend and streamers tied in bridal the wedding and the reception, knots atop a white Bible. Her matron of honor, her aunt, Son Born To Richard Snyders Nancy Roper, was attired in a Hagersto n (Md.)Hospital long empire styled frock, the I Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Sny- bodice of which was a dark green der, Jr. of Hagerstown, Md. are velvet and the skirt a paler shade the parents of a son, Jason Ashley of green georgette over taffeta. born Tuesday, December 16, ~tt With this she wore a matching the Washington County Hospital, headpiece and carried a single Hagerstown, Md. The in~ant white Chrysanthemum with white weighed 8 lbs 6 Ozs. ~rs. streamers. Snyder is the former Miss Suzette The bridesmaids, Nancy Dailey Heinz of Leetown. This is the first grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snyder, Sr. of Jeffemon Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Heinz of Leetown. Mr. Snyder was formerly associated with ,the local radio station and Mrs. Heinz was employed by a local bank. "'If There Were No Chrlstms," Sermon For Methodists Sunday For the 11 o'clock worship sere t ice at Asbury United Methodist Church, corner of N. Charles and North Streets, The Rev. J. Lee Williams will use "If There Were No Christmas" for his sermofl topic Sunday, December 21. A nursery for pre-school children is provided for this service. Church School is held at 9:30 a. m. with classes for all ages. The church invites you to come and worship. The St. Choir will present their Christmas music program Sunday December 21 at 5 P. M. The pub- lic is cordially invited. There will be a Christmas Eve Family Candlelight Service at Asbury Church Wednesday, Dec ember 24 at 6:30 P. M. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY J Jean Dietz, Susan Creamer and Phyllis Willingham, wore similar gowns of wine red velvet with blending pale rose georgette over taffeta and carried a single yellow chrysanthem with yellow streamers. Serving the groom as his best man was his brother, Irving King and the ushers were Raymond Creamer Jr John Dietz, Arnold the engagement of their daugh- Dailey, Jr and Kenny Miller. '~ter, Venetta Mary, to Mr. John For her daughter's wedding p. Rohal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Creamer chose a blue tweed suit with navy accessories and with which she wore a corsage] of white carnations. The mother' of the groom was attired in a suit of gold brocade with black access aries and a white carnation cor- sage. Immediately following the cere many a reception, attended by nearly one hundred and fifty gue sts, was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church, where bowls~ of Chrysanthemums were used as decorations. Guests were served from a table overlaid with a ban- quet length white lace cloth cen tered with a cut glass bowl filled with white Chrysanthemums and three branched candelabra with white candles. All of the appoint ments used on the table were of silver. The elaborate four-tiered wedding cake, which was baked by Mr. Roy Magaha, was served by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Melvin Snyder. Mrs. Ralph Creamer pre MISS VENETTA M. SNYDER Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Sny- der, of 802 High Street announce Paul Rohal .of Ambridge, Pa. A spring wedding is planned. Cantata To Be Given Dec. 20 At Shenandoah Junct. Methodist Church A Cantata, "Love Transcending," wi,ll be presented by the com- bined choirs of the Shenandoah Junction Charge at Wflli~m's ,Memorial on Dec. 20th at 7:30.~ On Tuesday, December 9, Pas- tor Robert C. Woodward spent three days in Harrisburg at a conference on Evangelism with the Northeastern Jurisdictional Conference. jl Wednesday, December 17, a Parish-Wide Praise Service was held at the Murrill .Hill Church at 7:30. The guest speaker was the Rev. Glenn Stevens of Sum- mit Point. smallest children. There Will also be a brief Christmas address by the Rector. There will be a service of Holy Communion on Christmas Day at 8 a. m. and a Communion sere ice at the Knott Nursing Home on Friday, December 26, at 11 a. m. Other Christmas observances will include a Church School party this Sunday, December 21, at 9:30 a. m. at the Parish House. The church will be trimmed with greens and poinsetias on Monday December 22, beginning at 7 p. m. and members are in- vited to take part in this task. BY OUR EXPERTS WE SPECIALIZE IN COLORING VIRGINIKS BEAUTY SHff DIAL 725.5414 118 N. Charles St. - Charles / OPEN NIGHTS TILL 9 mmm MARGARET L. of Downtown Winchester ElUe Creamer~ Owner 14 South Loudoun/Street AND m $ ELLIE'$ BRIDAL SHOP & BOUTIQUE REMF~'IBER--APPROVED CHARGE MASTER CHARGE & BANKAMERCIARD N, O y~trtterest on purchases added to accountS FREE GIFT WRAPPING!