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By Song. CLASSES INCLUDE :...JAZZ, TAP, BEGINNER, ACROBATIC, POSTURE IMPROVEMENT! TODDLER, JR. TEEN, TEEN and ADULT CLASSES For Information: .... Call or Write Phone,` 2141 L! Hartmrs Ferry, W. Va. the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Lush- er of Baltimore and the late John Raymond Kain, better known as Pidge Kain of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. The bride spent part of her life in Harpers Ferry and attend ed several years in Harpers Ferry grade school. The groom is from Baltimore, Md. Engagement is Announced.--- Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Small- wood of Berryville announce the engagement of their daughter E1 t The Shepherd College Rams swept their two game series with the Frostburg State Teachers Col lege this season Tuesday night in Shepherdstown by rolling to a 91- 80 victory. Shepherd trailed 17-4 earlier in the contest, but rallied to take a 43-40 halftime lead which they maintained throughout most of th second half. Frostburg caught the winners at 67-67, but Roscoe Dean, who scored 27 points for Shepherd, tallied a pair of fouls and a field goal to give the Ran~ a lead 'they never again relinquished. The victory evened the Ram's record at 7-7 while Frostburg now is 5-9 on the year. Shepherd won the opener at Frostburg, 84-80 earlier this year. Five of the Rams scored in the double figures with Dean's 27 the team's high. Jerry ttannas tallied 21, Jim Connor 16, Wayne Duncan 13 and Scott Douglas 10. Frostburg's Jim Thompson dumped in 24 points to lead the~ losers. He scored seven goals and 10-10 at the foul line Jack Patter son tallied 12 of his 14 points for Frostburg in the first five min- utes of play, then injured an an- kle and was ineffective the re. mainder of the game. The Bobcats .outscored from the field, 36-27 stayed oa the heels of the Rams throughout the game by converting 36 of cha ces at the fl'ee line. 42 PRE PACKAGED FULLY ASSORTED Complete with Envelopes. GIRL'S 7 to 14 NEW SPRING Gift Suggestion. TASTY - FRESH 16 OZ.. ASSORTED BOXED MISSES . LADIES NEW SPRING LOW HEEL GIRL'S PACKAGED 4 FOR $1.00 32 BOXED VALENTINE USE YOUR CREDIT JUST SAY "CHARGI PHONE 314 CHARLES TOWN