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Miss Nancy Dillow to _ ed Pvt. Harmon F,eldi ...... ................ about---- MISS NANCY PILLOW Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pillow of Mill ville announce the engagement of their daughter Nancy to Pvt. Har mon Fields stationed at Fort Lew- is, Washington. He is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Bernie C. Fields Mr. and Mrs. Leonard V. Shank, Radcliffe Avenue, Hagerstown, Md. announce the engagement of their niece, Miss Myrtle Virginia O'Neal to Mr. Roger E. Snow, son of Mrs. Virginia Jackson and the late Mr. Irvin Snow, Kearneysville, W. Va. Miss O'Neal is ,the daugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred W, O'Neal, Boonsboro. Miss O'Neal was graduated from Hagerstown High School w~h the class of 1955 and is cur- rently employed at the Holland Woven Label Company, Williams- po:~, ,~s a .~hipping clerk. ?f. Snow served three years in the United States Army and is currently employed as a construc- tion inspector by the StaLe Road COmmission in W. Va. you know... Weddings- Engagements- Club News FACULTY AND STAFF OF LEADERSHIP TRAINING SCHOOL of Alabama. The weddin~o will take place in IShown above are the faculty and staff of the School of Leadership Training held in the Charles June. i Town MethodLst Church during January. The School closed with a eandlelighting service of consecra- I tion Tuesday night. Teachers from 32 churches and 3 denominations in Jefferson and Berkeley Coun- Hagerstown Girl To ties and nearby Maryland and Virginia, were in attendance. Six courses taught by the instructors pictured above were: "Understanding Children," "Teaching Juniors," "Helping Adults Learn," "Teaching Primaries," "How to Study the Bible." and "Understanding Youth." Rev. W. A. Raney, of Wed Kearneysville Man Berryville, Va., was elected chairman of the Board of Managers for next year's school; the Board to seleet a dean, courses of study, faculty and staff. From left to right, front row:--Roscoe Payne. Registrar. The instructors: James M. Moler, Charles Town; Miss Lucy Biekel, Baltimore; Rev. Everett Miller, Baltimore; Miss Florence Wheeler, Baltimore; Rev. Ward Kemp, Baltimore; Miss June Poisal, Hedgesville. and Rev. Robert H. Hiller, Dean. Back row: W. Edward Morgan, Associate Registrax; Rondo Smallwood, Promotion; Edward Lee Pine, Treasurer; Miss Judy Hoover, Librarian: and E. P. Dandridge, Promotion. Others not present were Charles Myers, Associate Librarian, and J. Edward Saville, Visual Aids. (Photo By Tim Sinn) ~be wedding will take place in the near future. Youngsters On Grant Show, Feb. 21 ~/'bmmy Johnson and Nancy Gettz won second place in the dan ce cx)mest at the Mill Grant Re- cord Hop at Purcellville, Va. The dance was held on Thursday, Jan. 22rid at the skating rink. The win ners will be on the Milt Grant show, Feb. 21. ANNOUNCE BIRTII Rev. and Mrs. Franklin ':Frank- ie" Mills announce the birth of a d~ughter on January 8 at Arling- ,ton, Va. Mr. Mills is minister of Evangelism at ,the Calvary Meth- odist Church in Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllalxl Mills of near Shep- herdstown are the proud grandpar ents. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS ~'ora $36.75 Ecfore you choose your ~olid silver, be sure to see these exciting design* by Reed & Barton Silversmiths. Forty Sons of g With around forty members and guests present, the Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Confeder- ate Veterans, enjoyed a roast tur- key dinner and an interesting col or-movie at the War Memorial Building in Shepherdstown Tues- day night. Commandant Richard Crane presided and after the invocation by the Rev. George Hasel of Shop herdstown, the ladies of the Re- foxTned Church served a bountiful dinner, topped with a dessert of pumpkin pie and whipped cream. Following the roll call of mem- bers, Secretary Frank W. Buckles read the minutes of the last meet- ing and these were approved by the membership. Lewis J. McDon ald read the names of the various hosts committee which will serve during the year and Charlie Brooks of Martinsburg was intro- duced as guest of Principal Keen er Eutsler. It was also voted by the members that Mr. Robert Kearney will observe his 93rd bir- thday on Saturday and he has been a member of the Camp for a number of years. An interesting sound color-mov ie, entitled 'Presidential Hit Par- ade' which featured the U. S. Mar ine Band playing many of the fay orite musical numbers requested by the Presidents of the U. S. Ar thur Prather, young Shepherds- town boy was in charge of the projection machine. The meeting adjourned at 8:30 p. m. Wins Ribbon in Dog Show in Baltimore RONDEAU A high honor came to Rondeau, the pet ,pedigreed dog belonging to Mrs. Kenna Knott Alger, 124 West Congress Street, Charles Town Sunday when it was award ed a third prize ri~bbon in com- petition in the 46th Annual Dog Show of the Maryland Kennel Club held in.the Armory in Bal- timore, Md. Mrs. Alger said ,the 7-mon:ths old Rondeau competed along with 18 other champion dogs in the Kenshonden Puppy Class. Judging was based on the appearance off the dog's teeth, his coat and gait of walking. It was the first show which Mrs. Alger ,had entered the dog in. Mrs. Alger purchased the beau- tiful black, white and gray dog from Mrs. Rondeau West of near Bunker Hill, W. Va. Cutb k In FROM PAGE 1 Under the present king-sized dil ema these people are seeking ~food and clothing from churches and anywhere else .they can tell their story. But even these sources of help can not continue for long. Apathy In Not Realizing AlL,hough there has been great apathy among Jefferson county people with regards to the dire needs of many families who de- pend upon seasonal labor for their pay checks, t,his apathy has not been that there is not the desire to help on the part of the people but rather to the fact that the need for the surplus food distribut ion program was not fully realiz- ed. Jefferson countians have'*al- ways in the past stood ready to help their own in need and those few who have already started ,to work on the problem feel confi- dent they will .again. It is not something new for the DPA office in Jefferson county to receive requests for assistance from many families in certain areas of Jefferson county each I month with the number always increasing during the Winter mort ths. But whereas the DPA has al- ways been able to keep a lit,tle something in the way of foodstuffs in the usually skimpy cupboards, the situation which has developed since January 15, has left the cup boards of many of these homes completely bare. H. Ward Nicklin, Jr. of Martins- burg, Dis.trier Director for the De- partmen,t of Public Assistance is in Charleston this week getting facts on how quickly Jefferson county can begin participating in the surplus food distribution pro gram if a sponsoring unit can be found in the county. He Is expect ed to be in Charles Town early next week to talk with DPA offi- cials and any other persons or or- ganizations who might be interest- ed in helping with the program in Iefferson county. At the same tirne DPA officials ;aid they thought that Mr. WVhitt- ington is also still working hard trying to get something worked out as quickly as possible so that surplus foods can begin coming into the county for distribution. Ferry Youngster Gets Reward For Honesty In Finding Wallet As Ranger Devenport of Harpers Ferry National Monument was pur suing 'his normal duties this past Sunday afternoon, seven year old Terry Hoffman, who lives with his grandparents 'Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hoffman, residents of Harpers Ferry approached Devenport and 'told him that :he noticed a wallet OWFIE HOUSE The Restaurant in Harpers Ferry Invites You to DINE By the Open Fire and enjoy Sandwiches, Light Meals or Complete Dinners. Seafood Platter Dutch Oven Roast Breast of Chicken in Sauce Lobster Newburg Williamsburg Ham Steak Delicious Curries, Bombay Style Sunday Night Buffet APPROPRIATE DISHES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES. Telephone 3351 lying in the parking lot with some bills in it. Terry took Ranger Dev enport to the spot and sure en- ough, there was the wallet with five, ten dollar bills, apparently dropped by one of the Park visi- tors. Upon further investigation, Dev enport located the owner, a visitor from Oklahoma, who was very jubilant upon recovering ~has loss and promptly sought out young Terry to reward him for his hon- esty. Upon learning of the incident, Superintendent Frank H. Ander- sbn commended Terry for his hon esty and integrity and indicated that this was typical of the coop- eration existing between the local residents of Harpers Ferry and members of the Monument staff. The people of Harpers Ferry are extremely proud, and justly so, of their community and are very hap py to see part, Of :their beloved town included ,within the National Park System. Time and time again they 'have exhibited this enthus- iasy and will go to great lengths to see that visitors from distant states have an enjoyable stay at their picturesque and historic town. At least one man ~from Ok- lahoma has enjoyed ,this warm hos pitality. Order of Rainbow For Girls To Be Instituted Here on February 7th. Final arrangements are announ ced for institution of the Charles Town .Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, on Saturday, February 7 with the Martinsburg Assembly conducting the opening and clos- ing of the,meeting and initiating the 49 candidates. The session in the Charles Town Junior High School will open at 2 p. m. with Mrs. Olive M. Zim- met of Charleston, Supreme In- spector; Miss Rebecca Van Scoy of Clarksburg, Grand Worthy Advis- or; Mrs. Evelyn Pownalt of Key- ser, Supreme Deputy; Miss Sheila Parsons of Parsons; Miss Sharon Wilson of Keyser and Miss Joanna Snyder of Martinsburg grand of- ficers of the Grand Assembly pre- sent to institute the AsSembly and to install officers at 7:30 p. m. at a public session to which parents and friends are Invited. At 6 o'clock a banquet will be served at the school for the girls. Following installa~tion :the young people will dance and Sunday morning the new Assembly will at tend services in a body ~t *he Me- thodist Church. The Martlnsburg Assembly has been invited to join them. 'Mrs. Roscoe Payne has been elec ted Mother Advisor for the new Assembly. by the newly organized Charles Town advisory board con sisting of Mrs, Clark Furr, Chair- man; Mr. Martin Glalze, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adams, Mrs. C. A. Hehle; Miss Mary Magaha, and Mrs. Singleton Luttrell. Supt. Lowery Speaks At Lions Dinner Meeting The Charles Town Lions Club met in regular session Tuesday evening with President Paul Barr presiding at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel. Guests of the club were Roscoe Payne, principal of the Jr. High School, Lion Felix Burke of the Uumberport Lions Club, Chairman of ~the PubHe Rela~tlons Com. of Lions International District 29V and Supt. of Jefferson County :Schools nT. A. Lowery, the speak- i er of the evening. Mr. Lowery's topic was "Crisis confrorrting the school systems in the county ,and state". Plans were presented which if passed by ,the county and state would give more revenue for school operation, on a more equal basis, he said. Announcements were made that the club would sponsor two "Re- cord Hops" during the month of February with the first one being held on Feb. Gth at the Jr. High School. The club is planning Dis trict Governor night February 14 at the Moose Home with a dinner- dance. The next .scrap paper collec tion will be on Feb. 21st. With no further ,business the meeting adjourned. Prices ore for 6-pc. place set. tings and include Federal Tax, YlRGINIA'S GIFT SHOP 118 North Charles Street Telephone 390 Charles Town, W. Va. |l I I II II | lull | tO l l l l l l i ill III I I II|II I |I I I I I I I I ! I| i l II| I | III l lll l l l|ll I ill l l Ill l Iil I I I l l I l l I l l lil I I IIIII l lllllll l i l llll I II Ill IIIII I I I I | I IIIII I l lilt ll TBRIBST ~~~|~~~~~~~~~~~|~~~~~~|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ II Mr. Paul Love has returned from a visit with his daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Bartlett in Manchester, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cummings of Hagerstown, Md. were Satur- day night visitors with Mr. and M1s. Howard Shewbridge. Mr .and Mrs. David Bh'kitt have moved to Arlington, Va. Mr. Bir- kilt for the past two years has been employed at the J. C. Pen- hey Co. in Charles Town. He has accepted a job in the Holliday Shoe Cen,ter in Arlington, Va. H. H. 'Jack' Hun~er, manager of the Whitmore Lumber Com- pany entered the University Hos- pital in Charlottesville, Va. on Tuesday of this week for observat ion and treatment. Born January 25 in the Winches ter Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kenneth Wall of Char .les Town, a boy, Michael Kenneth. Mrs. Wall is the former Miss Ro- berta Lavely Anderson. Wayne E. Smallwood YN/3 has returned to Cuba after spending a 15 day leave with his mother Mrs. Ruth Biller. He is stationed at Guantanamo Bay. Brownie Troop 15 attended child ren's service Sunday at St. Thom as Lutheran Church. Eight mem- bers and their leader Mrs. Robert Comer were present. Abner Riddleberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Riddleberger of South Samuel Street, Charles Town enrolled this week at the Penna. Military College, Chester, Pc. Mr. and Mrs. C. Philip Singhas of Preston Street are the proud )arents of a 9 lb 1012 oz. baby boy January 25 in the Charles Town General Hospital. This is the first child in the family and has been named Darryl Philip. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. will have as their weekend guests at their home "Silver Spring", their daughters~ Miss Mary Randolph Smith and Ruth Rogers Smith and their room- mates from Stuart Hall, SLaunton, Va., Miss Jean Vinsmore, and Kay Baker. Mr .and Mrs. Stanley Wakeman and son Randy of Woodstock. Va. were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller, Jr. George Crim, well known Sum- mit Point orchardist and farmer is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital for treatment and observhtion. Master Stevie Ruble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruble of Jeffer- son Terrace is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital for observation. Graduating from Shepherd Col lege this month with A. B. S. de- gree was Mr. G. Frederick Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Grove and daughter Georgia Lee are moving to Pitts- burgh, Pc. where Mr. Grove will be employed as a Manufacturers' Representative for the Don S. Grove Company. Mrs. Howard Shewbridge gave Mrs. Frank Ceraval of Ranson a Stork Shower Friday 23 at her home in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reynolds of Baltimore, Md. were weekend i guest of Mrs. Edna Hardy. Shepherdstown Girl Engaged MISS VIRGINIA LEE SMALL Mr .and Mrs. James S. Small, Shepherdstown, oRute 1, announ- ce ,the engagement of their only daughter, Virginia Lee ,to Charles Archie Riner, son o~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlner, Martinsburg, Route 2. Miss Small is a graduate of Shepherdstown High School and is employed by the J. G. McCrory Store in Martinsburg. Mr. Riner is a graduate of Mar- tinsburg High School and is em- i ployed in farming with his father. No definite date has been set for !the wedding. can meet the fire sMety regular- ions as set forth by the state. Lowery said an architect is al- ready drawing plans and specifica- tions for enclosing the stairways. at the Wright Denny School and when they are completed hey will be sent to the State Fire Mar- shall's office for approval before any work is done. Estimates on the cost of materials needed for the project such as wireglass, etc. are being acquired, Lowery said. Plan Events For Girl SPIRIT OF .IEFFER30N ,nMCa AD (;--A IHURSD ,Y, .JANUARY 29, Ci:L- i~ ,~i ~,~?i'~ ~ ~i~ Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Skinner January 20, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Skinner, brated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner at Manor, near Martinsburg, with relatives and friends as g The Skinners have six children, Mrs. W. E. Trussell, of Town; Mrs. GarJha Baldwin, of Asheville, N. C.; Robert B, Worth, Texas; Michael M., of Arlington, Va.; Wade T., of burg, anJ Edgar, at home. Mr. and Mrs. Skinner were married at the Lutheran in Sharpsburg, Md., by the Rev. Mr. Kerlin. Natives of herdstown area, they have a~ways resided there. Mrs. Skinner is the former Miss Helen Virginia Crowl, of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Crowl. Mr. Skinner is of the late Mr. and Mrs. Milton Skinner. Though re he still does occasional work as it is convenient. is 74. and active. (photo Courtesy Martinsburg It was decided to sponsor a skating Party at the Berryville Skating Rink in the near future. Mrs. Roth announced that Mrs. E. Kable will be a Program Con- sultant for all Troops on Wild Plants and Birds while Mrs. C. Hammann will be a Program Con sultan,t for Sports and Games. Scouts at Neighborhood Three Communion Meetings Held Recently A neighborhood meeting for Girl Scout ~dul,ts of the Charles Town District was held og Thurs day, Jan. 22 at the Girl Scout Room at Moore's Rest Home. The Neighborhood chairman, Mrs. William Roth presided at the meeting attended by 13 District Women from Charles Town ,and Harpers Ferry and Mrs. S. Pyne, Executive Secretary of Eastern Panhandle Girl Scouts. Plans for the Juliet Low tea to be held during Girl Scout Week were discussed. Mrs. S. Miller and Mrs. E. Kable will be in charge of this affair in which all Girl ScouCs and Brownies will participate. Mrs. N. Magaha was appointed Chairman of the forthcoming Cookie Sale. Mrs. Roth acknowledged a check for $25 from the Bank of Charles Town to be used in some way for the advancement of Scout ing in the community. A leadership Training School for interested Brownie and Girl Scout Adults will be offered be- ginning on Thursday, Feb. 5 at 9:30 a. m. at the Citizens Fire Hall. ion will be administerea by the Rev. Robert H. Hiller this coming Sunday as follows: Charles Town 8:00 a. m. Bardane 9:30 a. m. and Charles Town 11:00 a. m. The sub ject of the meditation will be "Philip: The Practical Herald", .the third in the current series on lives of the Twelve Disciples. At the Senior Youth Fellowship meeting.which star~s ~t 0:30 p. m. Rev. Fred Outhrie of the Presby- terian Church will lead the pro- I gram entitled "Dating", the firs~ in the present unit on "Boy-Girl Relationships". Drive CAREFULLY. The LIFE YOU Save Mav Be YOUR OWN. Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE Ii C. WILLIAM BREEDEN Church William died at the home of his Mrs. Albert Mitchell on day in Pleasantville, N. J. born in Luvay, Va. April a son of the late Pascal beth Thompson Breeden. spen, t most of his life in County where he was farming. He had been a of the Charles Town Church. Survivors are ters, Mrs. Charles timore, Md.; Mrs. Ruth Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. vis of Arlington Va.; ' Alfred Mitchell 'of ple~ N, J. and eight sons, Summit Point,; Raymoz son; Harry W. Summit iel I. Charles Town; Ernest F., Ransom Ben I Baltimore, Md.; and Engle. A number of and nieces and nepheWS rive. Funeral services wi Monday at 2:00 p. m. at I and Strider Funeral Hon ITwn conducted by the [sell Urquhart. Interme [fh Edge Hill CemeterY. RUMMAGE SALE, The Senior Parent is sponsoring a January 30 and 31st in on corner of George az ington Sts. Miller's Meat Mark m. to 9 p. m. each daY. i Mountain Top 4'H Club Hears AboutAlaska Mountain Top 4-H Club-met Monday night, January 26 at the home of.Jerry Pillow with 25 mem bets present: Ray Beahm read the scripture from the Bible and followed it with the Lord's Prayer. Dues was collected amounting to $2.75. The club devoted its time to-~ ward money making projects for club finances. John Stagner gave an interest- ing report on Alaska. The latest state. The report contained many interesting facts of Alaska. Safety and Health Committee's were appointed by Mrs. Michael E. Rice and they were as follows. Safety committee, Wayne Ott, chairman. Those apopinted to ser ve with him were John Stagner, Linda Bright, Lois Jenkins, David Pillow, Mrs. Clarence Hardy was appointed leader., Health committee IAnda Dilolw was apopinted as chairman. Those apopinted to serve with her were Minnie Stagner, Jimmie Coyte, Mary Engle, Gary Cogle, Mrs. Ir- vin Stagner was appointed leader. Recreation leader and commit- tee led the club in some games This was followed .by refreshments served by Mrs. Manning Dlllow. Attending were assistant leaders. Mrs. Irving W. Jtagner and Mrs. Clarence Hardy. Also atending was guest Miss Deborah Stagner. mm ii t ii TAKE GROUP OF YOUR J pI ! Fire Marshal From Page One over the furnace be closed off and that ~he outside bell be properly wired. One additional fire extinguisher was recommended for Harpers Ferry High School along wi,th bet- ter markings for the fire escape on the second floor and lights for the front and end exl~ts,~, One addltion,al fire extlnguisher was also recommended for the kitchen of the Millville school and for Page Jackson High School and one for the Shepherdstown grade school. At the ~hepherdstown High School Wade recommended ~he re pairing of the bannisters on stair- way leading to t~he stage, and the adding of a fire extinguisher in the chemistry laboratm'y and two more for he school's gymnasium. Su, perintendent Lo~ery sald he had given the report to the ,board at a meeting January 17 and ,that he is now in the process of com- plying wi~h the recommendations, so that all of the county's schools SMART CHARLES TOWN FASHIONS v-- A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND MA]