Winchester Evening Star from Winchester, Virginia on December 21, 1972 · Page 6
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WINCHESTER EVENING STAR Thursday, December 21,1972 Berryvilie Socials B Y ELSIEOLCOTT By Elsie C. Olcott BERRYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Burke entertained Saturday at their home at a pre- Christmas dinner for members of their family. Those attending were their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Burke, Marty and Michelle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burke, Scotty, Christopher and Cullen afld Mr.; and Mrs. Ray Burke and Bryan, all of Chester, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Burke of Falls Church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Peake had as their guests Sunday Mrs. Peake's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Pritting and daughter, Nancy, of Alexandria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Russell entertained Sunday at their home near Berryville at a pre- Christmas buffet dinner in honor of Mrs. Russell's brother, Mr. William Irvin Carroll, who arrived here last week from his home in North Hollywood, Calif. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feltner, John, and Miss Edna Carroll, of Arlington, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Don Bauman and son, Michael, and their other son, William, and his fiance, of Fairfax, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bauman, Jr. and son, Timmy, of Xrlington, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ellis and Jack, of Clarke County, and Mrs. Betty Russell, James Buckner and Paul McWhinney, of Berryville. Anthony Dart, a student at Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal, is spending the Christmas holidays at his home in Clarke, where he has joined his mother, Mrs. Russell Dart. Mr. Frank Courtney, manager of the Atlantic and Pacific Store in Berryville, and Mrs. Courtney, entertained the employees of the local store at a Christmas party at their home near Albin. The party was held on Wednesday, Dec. 13. JUDGE AND MRS. HAROLD POTTS will have with them for the New Year's weekend, Mrs. Potts' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Richard Iden, and Chucky and Lindy Iden of Valrico, Fla., and Charles Daughtrey of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Misses Virginia and Catherine Page have with them for the Christmas holidays their cousin, Mrs. Leonard Mikules, of Annapolis, Md., who arrived on Thursday. Charles R. Day of Berryville, and Messrs. Disorio Poblacion and Elias Vega of Manassas, attended the First Annual Farm and Small Business Income Tax Conference, which was held at the Sheraton Motor Inn at Fredericksburg. This Conference was sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service and Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and featured discussions were on farm and small business income tax problems. George Carter, a student at Virginia Polytechnic Institute at Blacksburg has arrived to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen First Mortgage Loans Conventional Loans Up to 95% of Appraisal SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS CONSTRUCTION LOANS If you own your own lot, ask us about financing a new home for you. FHAor Veteran 's Loan We will handle your application For further information, Phone, Write.or Stop by^uroffice. Culpeper Mortgage Corporation (formerly Culpeper Finance Corporation) P.O. Box 836 N. Main St. Culpeper, Virginia 22701 REPRESENTED LOCALLY BY: G. & C. INVESTMENTS 22 ROUSS AVENUE WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA 22601 TELEPHONE 667-4188 Carter, at the Carter home on Rockcroft Mrs. Charles Mcintosh will return to Berryville on Friday from Lawrenceville, N.J., where she has been spending a number of weeks. MR. AND MRS. BILLY JOE TTSINGER and family who have been living in the Tom Wood property on Treadwell St., have moved to the Wyatt home on Swan Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Richards and family who have been with Mr. Richards' mother, Mrs. Ruth Richards, have moved to Frederick County, Rt. 6, Millwood Pike. Mr. E.P. Carter is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital where he is undergoing treatment and observation. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood and family have moved from their home on Walnut St., to their recently purchased property belonging .to Mr. Buddy N. Tisinger located northeast of Berryville. Mrs. Harrison Thompson is visiting her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beavers, at their home at Martinsburg, W.Va. MISS FRANCES FUNK of Annapolis, Md., will arrive Friday to spend Christmas and the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Richard Funk, on N. Church St. Duane Marcus, a student at the University of Virginia, will arrive Friday to spend Christmas and the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Marcus. Michael Jenkins, a student at William & Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., has arrived to spend Christmas and the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter and son, Jeff, have returned to their home on Senseny Road after spending a week in California where they visited in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and other places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Day were in Manassas this past weekend where they attended the wedding of Miss Erlinda Poblacoin and Bruce Byrd, which was solemnized in the Manassas Catholic Church at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday and was followed by a reception at Stonewall Jackson Fire Home. MISS CINDY WOOD, who is teaching in Culpeper, Va., arrived on Wednesday to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James H. DATSUN FROM NISSAN WITH PRIDE WE'VE SMASHED OUR SALES RECORD! Thank You - Thank You - Thank You! 1972 HAS BEEN A RECORD YEAR IN THE SALE OF NEW DATSUNS. WE STILL HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF BRAND NEW 1972 DATSUNS TO SELECT FROM . . . AND AT SALE PRICES! PLUS • . . THE 1973 DATSUNS ARE ROLLING IN! •V: GW MOTORS. INC. 210 N. Loudoun St. Phone,667-3060 New and Used Car Dealer license No. 844 Wood, Jr., for the Christmas holidays at the Wood home on Treadwell St. Pam Livengood, a student at Madison College, Harrisonburg, is spending her Christinas vacation at her home where she had joined her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Livengood. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen Pyne of Rosemont Circle are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son in Winchester Memorial Hospital on Friday, Dec. 8. The infant has been named George Edward Pyne. Mrs. Pyne is the former Miss Sarah Jane Mann of Berryv«Ue. The Pynes have one other child, [Windy Lou. Tom Booth, a student at the University of Virginia, will arrive on Friday to join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Booth, for the Christmas holidays at the Booth home on Rt. 340 south of Berryville. Mrs. Robert Withers and daughter, Margaret, will be joined for the holidays by Mrs. Withers' daughter, Libby, who will arrive on Friday from Charlottesville, where she is a student at the University oi Virginia. MRS. CHARLES COART is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital where she is undergoing treatment. Mrs. Gloria Edmunds spent Sunday in Roanoke, Virginia, where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Soltis and son Joseph Scott. Mrs. Sydney Beatty is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital where she is undergoing treatment. Mrs. Katie Rhoden entertained at dinner Sunday evening for the members of her family, at her West Main Street home. Dr. and Mrs. William S. Dix, Jr. and their son, William Dix IV, of Princeton, New Jersey, and also their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Dix of California, will visit Saturday with Mrs. W. S. Dix, in Berryville, enroute to Rome, Georgia, where they will spend Christmas with Miss Martha Griffin. MRS. W. W. SMALLWOOD JR. and her son, Mr. W. W. Smallwood, in, were at Charles Town, West Virginia, Saturday evening to attend the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Singhass, given by their children. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smalley have been joined for the Christmas holidays by their sons, Scott Smalley, a student at The University of Virginia, and Bob Smalley, who is a student at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Mrs. Smalley's niece, Margaret McGauhey, of Charlotte, North Carolina, who is spending the winter at the Smalley home and attending Lord Fairfax College, is spending Christmas at her home in Charlotte. Mark Royston has arrived from Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia to spend his Christmas vacation at the Royston home on 340 south of Berryville where he has joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. Royston. Susan Overby, a student at Madison College, is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I. Overby, Jr. on Rosemont Circle. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jones, III have with them for the Christmas holidays their son, Billy Jones, who is a student at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia. ANNE BUSHONG, daughter of Doctor and Mrs. Millard K. Bushong, has arrived from Shepherd College to join her parents, at Arcadia, the Bushong home east of Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weiss have been joined at Frankford Farm by their daughters, Marty Weiss, a student at Hollins College, and Lisa Weiss, a student at St. Agnes School in Alexandria, and also their son,: Billy Weiss, who is attending Virginia Episcopal School in Lynchburg, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson have with them at Rose Cottage, on Fairfield Estate, their daughter, Robin Richardson, who has arrived from Holton Arms School. Mrs. George W. Burton of Richmond arrived last week to spend Christmas at the Burton home near Berryville. She will be joined this weekend by Mr. Burton, and their son, Brown Burton, both of Richmond. Craig Osth, a senior at Hampden -Sydney College, has arrived to spend his Christmas holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Osth. The Osths also have with them for Christmas their son and daughter -in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Osth of Ruther­ ford, New Jersey, and Mr. Arturo Nuila of Guatemala. Mrs. John D. James of Berryville, Superintendent of Frederick County Welfare, and Mrs. Linda Schilling, of the Frederick County Welfare Department, were in Staunton to attend the Citizens Meeting with Governor Lynwood Holton and Cabinet members, which was held at Engleside Hotel on Thursday. OFFICIALS OF BERRYVILLE who were in Staunton to attend the Meeting of Citizens with Governor Lynwood Holton and Cabinet members included, Mayor Garland M. Canter, Mr. John Enders, Town Manager, and Messrs. E. T. Magruder and Don Melvill, members of the Town Council of Berryville. The members of the Battletown Garden Club met at Grace Episcopal Parish House on Tuesday, December 12th, for their Christmas Party meeting. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Robert R. Smith, ILT, and Mrs. Charles Grubbs. In the exhibits Mrs. John Heard won a red ribbon and Mrs Hanford Spivey a yellow ribbon Others who won ribbons included Mrs. Philip Cunningham, two blue and a yellow; Mrs. Charles Grubbs, a white; Mrs. Robert York, a red; Mrs. H. K. Malbon two blue; Mrs. J. O. Cain, a blue and a yellow; Mrs. William Renner, a yellow; Mrs. Doug Moler, two red; Mrs. Thomas Keating, a red; and Mrs. Dorothy Price, a white. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Carr of Jefferson City, Mo., are spending Christmas in Florida with Mrs. Carr's relatives, and upon returning will visit Mr. Carr's mother, Mrs. Beverley Whiting, and Mr. Whiting. Mrs. Beverley Whiting returned on Wednesday from Joppa, Maryland where she had spent a few days visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shumate, and family. Miss Peggy Ann von Pippin and Miss Polly Kennedy, both of Newport News, will spend Christmas at Villa LaRue, where they will join Doctor and Mrs. Edward T. von Pippin, II. David Boyce, a student at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, is spending his Christmas vacation at his home where he joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Boyce, on Friday. Kathy Heard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Heard, who is a student at Lord Fairfax College, Middletown, is with her parents at their home on Walnut Street for the holidays. MR. AND MRS. FRED JONES and Mr. and Mrs. Josh Huff, of Berryville and Mr. and Mrs. Vance Foltz of Winchester, spent Sunday at the Jones' cottage at Edwardsville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Homer Presgraves of Berryville are parents of a son, Dwayne Eric Presgraves, who was born in Winchester Memorial Hospital on Dec. 9th. Mrs. Presgraves is the former Miss Reba Corrine Woodward. Jimmy Simpson, a student at Episcopal High School has joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Simpson, for the Christmas holidays. Other guests at the Simpson home for Christmas, will be Mrs. Simpson's mother, Mrs. Cuthbert Bristow of Urbanna, Va., and also Mrs. Simpson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert Bristow, Jr., and David and Geoff Bristow, of Philadelphia, Pa. This past week the Simpsons had as their guest Mrs. David Jeffrey, of Auburn, Ala. Brenda Wisecarver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wisecarver, who is a student at Stuart Circle Hospital School of Nursing in Richmond, and at the present is taking special training at Roanoke Memorial Hospital, Roanoke, Va., will spend the Christmas holiday weekend at her home in Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pidgeon have been joined for the Christmas holidays by their son, Charles Pidgeon, who is a student at Grace Bible College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and also their daughter, Nancy Pidgeon, who is attending Messiah College in Grantham, Pa. Anne McClung, a student at Randolph Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va., is with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Ardell F. McClung, at the Methodist Parsonage on Rosemont Circle, for the Christmas vacation. Mrs. William Burwell of Richmond visited her father, Mr. Glenn Burch, and also her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Naff, Jr., for several days the first of the week. MRS. SARAH SIPE, Assistant State Supervisor of School Lunch Service, who is retiring the first of the year, was honored recently by a dinner given by the School Lunch Staff of Virginia at the Golden Eagle in Richmond. Mrs. Sipe. was a Home Economics instructor in Clarke County for 10 years and has been on the state staff for 17Vfe years. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Price, Jr. and son, "Butch" and Wesley Price, are returning today from California where they spent a week visiting in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Disneyland. Butch" Price took part in the Punt, Pass and Kick Football Contest which was held Sunday in San Francisco. He had won the Area Contest in Washington which entitled him to participate in the Semi-Finals of the NFL Contest in San Francisco on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Parker will be joined for the Christmas holidays by their daughter, Donna Parker, who is a student at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Michael Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Jenkins, is home from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, to spent the holiday vacation with his parents. Miss Sue Weaver, a member of the faculty of the Clarke County Schools, will spend his Christmas vacation at her home in Penn Laird, Va. Danny Wolfe will arrive on Friday from Virginia Polytechnic Institute at Blacksburg, to join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wolfe, for the Christmas holidays. Shan Shafter who is attending Ferrum College at Ferrum, is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shafter, Jr. for the Christmas holidays. RUSTY LEVI, who is attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute at Blacksburg is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rice Levi, Jr. for the Christmas holidays. The Levis will also be joined for Christmas by Mrs. Levi's father, Mr. L. Russell Cather, of Roanoke. John and Katherine Friant, both of whom are students at the University of Virginia will arrive the latter part of the week to join their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Friant, for the Christmas holidays. Mrs. John Gray Beverley was in Washington this past weekend where she attended the marriage of Anna Portner Schoellkopf, and Walter Scott Lacher, II, which took place at the Bethlehem Chapel of the Washington Cathedral on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and the reception which followed at the Sulgrave Club. Miss Carla Carlisle of Richmond visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert T. Carlisle, for several days the first of the week. Cara Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones recently celebrated her birthday, and her parents entertained at a skating party at the Berryville Roller Skating Rink in her honor. WHILE MR. AND MRS. CLIFTON PRICE, Jr., "Butch" and Wesley Price were in California, Mrs. Clifton Price, Sr. visited at the Price home with her granddaughter, Cheryl Price. Friends in Clarke are distressed over the death of Susan Marie BrownellVondle, 1st Lieutenant with the Army Nurse Corps, who was killed in an automobile accident at Fort Campbell, Ky. Lt. Vondle, who was the wife of 2nd Lieutenant David Alan Vondle, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Brownell of Whitehall Farms, Bluemont. Vivian Ann Fletcher of Areola, died in Medical College of Virginia Hospital, Richmond on Dec. 1. Miss Fletcher was the daughter of Frank R. Fletcher of Areola, and Mrs. Annabelle McDaniel Fletcher Grimsley of Berryville, both of whom survive. Other survivors include a brother, Richard Allen Fletcher of Berryville. Case Dismissed, Not Prisoner NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Two and a half months ago, the case charging Paul Garrett with stealing a pack of cigarettes was dismissed. Tuesday, he was released from Metropolitan jail. Police officials said fouled up paper work wrongly indicated Garrett as out on bond at the time of the dismissal. So Garrett was not told he was free to go. The mistake was discovered when Garrett rountinely asked jail officials when his trial date was. • I PUBLIC SALE I will sell the following at Buck's Commission Auction, Located East of Berryville, Va., on Route 7, FRIDAY, DEC. 22-7 P.M. Admiral color TV; set of dumb bells; straight back chairs; dressers; utility cabinets; living room furniture; bar stools; dinette sets; gas stove; elec. stoves; refrigerators; bicycles; toys; a lot of articles not mentioned. TERMS: Cash. Nothing to be moved until settled for. BUCK'S COMMISSION AUCTION W. D. Orndorff, Auct. 955-2632 or 955-9816 Not Responsible for accidents on premises WE WILL BE CLOSED FROM DEC. 23,12 noon, until JAN. 2,1973at 9 A.M. No sale Dec. 29. Next sale Jan. 5th. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to All! ll The Gift of Love . . . A SUPERB DIAMOND VALUE FROM •W^JEIUELERS Vi CARAT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE at the lowest price ever! *288 Open a Charge Account your welcome Life-Time Trade-In ... Cooper's Jewelers allows you full price paid on any diamond ring in trade for higher priced diamond at any time. (Diamonds Enlarged To Show Detail) WINCHESTER'S LEADING JEWELERS ^o/^JEUIELERS TWO STORES FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE 101N. Loudoun St. Ward Plaza Store Downtown Winchester Open till 9 p.m. ABE COOPER, Mgr. TOM COOPER, Mgr.

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