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Rev. Charles P. Price To Be Speaker Second Lenten Service Feb. 26 Mrs. O. S. Bloom To Head Woman's REV. CHARLES P. PRICE The second of the Lenten Com- munity Services will be held in Zion Episcopal Church Thursday evening, February 26th, beginning at 7:45. The preacher for this service will be the Bey. Charles P. Price, a member of the faculty of the Pro- testant Episcopal Theological Sere inary in Virginia at Alexandria. Mr. Price is a native of Pitts- burgh, Pc. and is a graduate of Harvard University. He served in the United States Navy during the second World War and was an In structor at the U. S. Naval Aca- demy at Annapolis. In addition to his teaching ex- perience Mr. Price .has held parish es in Pennsylvania and New York. He has also completed graduate work at. the Union Theological Se minary in New York. The subject of the sermon is "The Divinity of Christ." Special music is planned for this service to which eveyyone is most cordially invited and encour- aged to come, as is the case with all of .this series of services, for which outstanding preachers are engaged by the several protestant churches of the community. Legion Auxiliary Initiates New Members Special Ceremony Tbe American Legion Auxiliary Ja~n-Perks Post No. 71 held its regular monthly meeting at the Legion Lounge on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 8 p. m, with twenty members present. One of the highlights of the pro gram was a very impressive formal initiation ceremony held for :the following new members: Mrs. Betty Ashcraft, Mrs. Virginia Mill er, Mrs. Patsy Nuse and Mrs. N!na Vickers. The inspiring candlelight ceremony portrayed Justice, Loyal ty, Freedom and Purity upon which the American Legion Aux- iliary is founded. Miss Natalie Warden, student at Charles Town High School appear ed before the group in behalf of the High School Library and the shortage of books for the school's use. Miss Warden so emphatically presen*ted the need for more books, ,that the Auxiliary responded with a generous contribution toward this worthy cause. Tl~e group will go to Newton D. Baker VA Center on February 26 to sponsor their regular monthly Bingo Party for Ward Members there. Mrs. Calvin P. Fleming and Miss Lila Forest were guests at the meeting. Delicious refreshments were ser veal ,the members by the Legion PosL Moler's Farm Woman's Club Has All-Day Meet Mrs. Olin McKee (i Y The Moler's Farm Wom~n's Club met at the home of Mrs. Olin McKee on February 12 for an .all day meetirrg. Tooling copper planters were made by thirteen club members under the direction of Mrs. G. W. Myers. At noon a de llclous meal was served to four- teen club members and two visi- Cots. In the afternoon club president Club Again; Club Has Honor Rating Election of officers featured a business meeting of the Charles Town Woman's Club held Tuesday evening, Feb. 17, and which en- joyed a large atendance at the club home. Mrs. O. S. Bloom, was re-named president; Mrs. Stuart Miller, first vice-president; Miss Louise Bris- coe, second vice-president; Miss Louise Walraven, recording secre- tary; Mrs. Frank Humston, cor- responding secretary: Mrs. Nor- man Corbin, treasurer; and Mrs. F. L. Bushong and Mrs. S. H. Stone parliamentarians. The meeting was opened with the club collect and salute to the flag led by Mrs. John Martin. Mrs. Bloom then announced that. the club has honor points to the amount of 110 which makes it an honor club. Mrs. Bloom also read a resmne of the club's act- ivities for the year. The club will be well represented at the General Federation meeting Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Glenn were in Parsons, W. Va. last week attending the funeral of Dr. Glenn's uncle Mr. W. F. Lipscomb. Judge Victor R. Hansen, assist- ant Attorney General from Wash ington, D. C. was a weekend visi- tor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Riddleberger at their home on South Samuel Street. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Schnei- der of Claymont Court, are leav- ing shortly to visit Mr. Schneid- er's mother, who will celebrate her one hundredth birthday on Feb- ruary 22, Washing~mn's Birthday, at her home in Richmond Hill, Long Island, New York. Mrs. John H. Dillow was a din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Appell on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. Blackwell Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Porterfield will spend the coming week-end in Oharleston where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tallaman and Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall. Mrs. Richard Thayer and dau- ghter Mary of Vienna, Va. are spending this week with .Mrs. Thay er's moVher Mrs. James G. Shirley at 'her home on South Samuel St. Mrs. Elizabeth Wllley, Silver Spring, Md. is visiting Miss Dallas Russell and Mr. Roger Rlssler. Mr .and Mrs. Donald Kilmer and daughter Wendy motored to Baltimore, Md. on Sunday to visit wi'th Mrs. Edna Hardy. While there :they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reynolds. Miss Diane Miller, daughter of Mr. and~ MXs.,~assell ~51ller Jr. is Confined to her home with ,the mumps. Miss Helen Roberts, a member of the faculty of the Charles Town High S~hool has been confined to her home on Second Avenue by sickness. Mrs. Martin Vorborburg of Des Moines, Iowa, arrived on Saturday to spend severn,1 weeks with her mother Mrs. George W. Johnson a't her home on South George St. Mr. Vorburg is on a business trip abroad. Miss Johanna Van Tol of Mary Washington College, Fredericks- burg, Va. and JMr. John Bullock of Summit, New Jersey were week- end guests of Miss Van ToYs par ents Mr..and Mrs. P. H. B. Van Tol at their home on North Mil- dred St. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jenkins of Jefferson Avenue announce the birth of a son 7 lb. and 9 oz. on Wednesday, February 18 in he : Winches~ter Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. The little one has been named Michael Arthur. Miss Elsie B. Murphy of South Samuel Street and Miss Mary Por terfield of South Mildred Street Mrs. J. G. Puss presided. Mrs' mug ene Miller conducted devotions, "Faith of Our Fathers" was sung the 23rd Psalm was read by Miss Charlotte Kontz and closed with Vhe Lord's Prayer. The lesson was given by Mrs. Evelyn Hendricks, household pests l'heir prevention and control. Mrs. Hendricks lesson was very inter- O. S. Bloom, Mrs. Stuart Millet', Mrs. F. L. Bushong, Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer, Mrs. William Jackson and Mrs. Joseph Snyder. The Coffee Party for the benefit of Cam~p Galahad, a camp for underprivi- leged children which was held last month at the home of Mrs. H. H. Hunter was well attended and a huge success. Another project of the club will be a linen shower for the benefit of the Children's Haven to be held at the club home in April. Club members will also assist with the Girl Scout tea which will be held in the Junior High School Audi- torium in the near future. Mr. Lee Bushong. Charles Town Attorney gave a very interesting and enlight ening talk on the Religions of the World. The meeting closed wi.th a social hour with the hostesses Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer, Mrs. Hugh Via, Mrs. Ernest Siler, Mrs. John Martin, Mrs. Stuart Miller, Mrs. Edwin Fitzpatrick. Mrs. Guy Eber left on Saturday for Southern Cal ifornia where they will spend sev- eral weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Wysong of Arlington, Va. visited Mr. Wy- song's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Wysong at their 'home on South Samuel Street on Sunday. Mrs. Neill Anderson is indispos- ed at her home on Second Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Martini of Par- sons, W. Va. 'have been visiting: their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Hehle xt their home near Town. Miss Lillian Tumblin and friends, Miss Beta Winters and Mrs. Theodore Malamed of Balti- more visited her father Mr. Cleve l land Tumblin of Rippon on Sun- day. Mr. Arc'hie Sm}th has returned home after spending several weeks at Newton D. Baker Hospital where he was confined for obser- vation and lab tests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. /~ppell Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jewell and son Jackie and Mrs. Mac Stau'bs of near town were Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Ott and Mrs. Elsie Painter of Ranson. Mr. Linden Bush of the Valley Hardware Company has returned from Harrisbm'g, Pc. where he at- tended the Hardware and House ware Show of the Pennsylvania and Atlantic Seaboard Hardware Association. Mr. and Mrs. Francis White of South George St. visited on Sun- day with Mrs. White's brother and sister-in-taw Mr. and Mrs. Walter W(hitacre at their home in Wash- ington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ahalt, South George Street were business visitors in Baltimore on Wednes- day. Visitors with Mrs. Adam Prain at her home in Ranson on Sun- day were Miss Lillian Tumblin, Miss Beta Winters and Mr. Theo- dore Malamed of Baltimore, Md. Miss Tumblin formerly from Charles Town is a cosmetician for Helena Rubenstein and Hertzler's Bros. in Bal,timore. Mrs. Charles W. Appell and Mrs. Jack Jewell were Sunday evening visitors with their aunt Mrs. An- nie Nelson of Knoxville. Md. Visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Jenkins were Mrs. James Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Leon ard Viands and 3 sons, Billy, Bob by and Gary Lee of Rileyville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Metz and daughter Karen, Hyattsville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jenkins and 2 children Tommy and Barbara of Charles Town. Dr. and Mrs. D. K. McIntyre and their three children spen,t Wednesday and Thursday of this week in Oaklyn, N. J. called there by the death of Mrs. McIntyre's father ,Mr. Russell Watt. esting and helpful. Comml.ttee reports were given. A donation to the March of Dimes a game wa~ played guessing baby pictures of .the club members. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Butler McDonald on March llth. Canadians urged to protect ec- onomy ,from inflation. HAPPY 25th ANNIVERSARY TO Selected As Honor Man of His Company You.Should STOP and SHOP there (121 North Charles Street, Charles Town) TOM and MILDRED LENNON are nice people to deal with. We know-- 'cause we sell them a LOT OF POP. NEH! BOTTLING COMPANY Winchester, Virginia When You STOP at BOWERS STORE reach in that Really Cool Pop Case and get a delicious R. C. COL., or a NEHI ORANGE, or an UPPER TEN or a Refreshing Chocolate POP. Robert Cash, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armitte Bates Cash of Jeff- erson Avenue was on February 7, highly honored by the Navy when ess, qualifications of a good ship mate and high overall scholastic standing. For being named to this honor young Cash was awarded his Certificate of Honor and an engraved plaque at the recruit graduation review by the Review- ing Officer Brigadier General 1%o- get T. Carleson, U. S. M. C. Re- tired. And the above picture shows Cash being congratulated by Brig- Gem Carleson. Young Cash was graduated from Chalqes Town High School last Spring and prior to enlisting in the U. S. Navy was a member of the Air National Guard unit at Martinsburg for two years. At present he is spend- ing a 14-day leave with his pat'- ents and he will report back to Great Lakes Training Center where he is to be sent to an elec tronics technician school. PRESIDENT KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL SPEAKS AT INTER-CLUB MEETING HERE Kiwanis Club members from a four-state area were in Charles Town Tuesday. night to attend a banquet honoring Kenneth ]3. Lo- heed, Toronto, Canada, pz~esident of Kiwanis International. Shown above is President Lo- heed as he spoke here Tuesday night. President of the Charles Town Club, which was host club for the big event, to the right in the photo is William Hund, who )resided. Approximately 126 Kiwanians, ;heir wives and guests attended the dinner-meeting that was held at the Moose Club dining hall. Clubs repreesnted were Chambers burg, Pc.; Taneytown and Hagers town, Md.; Winchester, Leesburg and Front Royal, Va. and Mar- tinsbm-g, Keyser and Petersburg and the host club Charles Town. In his address Mr. LoheeGl rela- ted the highlights of a recent ,trip to Europe under the auspices of the Crusade-for-Freedom project and then urged the individual clubs to be truly representative of the national organization. Appearing on the program with Mr. Loheed were Robert I. Bur- chinal, Morgantown, current gov- ernor of the West Viruinia Kiwan is District; William Hunr, presi- dent of the Charles Town club; Boyd Keller, Martinsburg, district song leader; Mrs. Boyd Keller, who sang .three solos; James Mol- er, Charles Town, master of cere monies and J. Burns Huyett, Char les Town, who introduced the speaker. Mr, Huyett and Mr. Lo- heed served as district governors in 1950. Besides t'hose on the program, others at the speakers' table were Mrs. Loheed. Mrs. Huyett, Mrs. Burchinal, Mrs. Moler and Mrs. After A Long and Pleasant Association With it gives us at BERKELEY CLUB A Great Deal of PleasuFe to Wish the Proprietor of Bowers Store MRS. MILDRED B. LENNON, a Great Deal of Success with the Store's 25th Anniversary Celebration which we Understand will last from Monday, February 23rd, to Wednesday, April 1. FROM TRADE R EG. Berkeley Club Bottling & Mfg. Co. Hund. Verl Snyder, Berkeley Springs, lieutenant-governor for this divi- Sion, was unable to attend because of being in Atlantic City, N. J. for a meeting of educators. Appointments of napkins and placemats suggestive of Kiwanis were at the plates and the cake served with the ice cream also had a "K" on it. The out-of-state visitors were a- mong guests entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick O. Byrer at their home after the meeting. It was announced that the Char les Town club would not hold its regular weekly meeting tonight ((Thursday). SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS MEETING FEB. 24 The monthly meeting of the Henry Kyd Douglas Camp. Sons of Con,federate Veterans will be held at the War Memorial Build- ing in Shepherdstown Tuesday, February 24th at 6:30 p. m. Host members for the meeting will .be Benny Banks, Brooke Blackford, Robert Colston, W. W. Colston, James R. Miller, James H. Myers, J. R. Snow and Harry Tennant. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose and Mrs. Ruth Clegg visited Mrs. Clara Dunn at Inwood on Sun- day. They also visited Mrs. Anna Schlack and daughter Wilton at Ridgeway on Sunday evening. Jr. Women Have Business Meeting, Hear Eismon Talk The Charles Town Jr. Wom. an's Club met at the Hilleary House Monday night, Feb. 16 for their regular monthly meeting which was opened with devotions ay Mrs. William Hund. A note from the Independent Fire Co. was read thanking the organizat- ion for a contribution to their or- Lutheran Church Cub Pack To Berkeley Springs W. Va. Up Scout Observance With The newly organized "Pack 39" of the Cub Scouts of America un- der the sponsorship of the St. Tho mas Lutheran Church of Ranson will hold its annual Blue and Gold Banquet in the Church basement Thursday, February 26 at 6 o'clock. This is the Forty ninth birthday of the Boy Scouts and the thirtieth of Cub Scouting. This will be a covered dish supper and ganization. I The president read notes from awards will be presented at this time. All families of Pack 39 are ! Lucia Montoya, a foreign exchan- : urged to be present. ge student at Morgantown and George Gillam, a boy at the W.I The Cub Scout has been obser- Va. Industrial School for Boys ring February as Scout Month. On thanking the ehib for gifts to Sunday, February 5 the pack at- them. A letter was read also from tended the Lutheran Church of Mrs. Edna Stigers assistant super" Ranson at the morning worship three Dens. : Den I presented a "Betty and The was the reader and. son, Bonnie Shade, J. T. Mike McGrail were the ters in the play. Den II openea tne a reading by Den Anderson. Den II pre~ented a skit, with Sonny Beard, Wm. Robinson, Gilbert Wilt, Joseph Snyder Ware taking part. A Training Course for thers is being held on Thur~;day evenings at 7: intendent, thanking us for a check service. Lutheran Church in Ra~ to the hospital. I Pack meetings are being held first session was held Fe Mrs. Norman Kisner announced ,each week and many activities, Another meting will that Mrs. Willard Martin was the I such as making place cards, invi- day, February 19 at 7:0( winner of the Vogue Sewing con- .tations, place mats and center- Den Mothers and those test held at the Hilleary House,. pieces are being carried out for the in helping with Cub February 6. Mrs. Jules Langlet re Blue and Gold Banquet. m'ged to be present. ported on the Heart, Fund. She Preceding this month a Pack being given for all said that the Key Club would can Meeting was held January 30 at area and is an vass Ransom i the chm'ch. Many parents and to learn more about woz Mrs. Glenn Btrkltt announced friends were entertained by the Cub Scouts. that the Sweetheart Dance had been a very successful affair being well attended and about $20.00 had been realized. Mrs. John Bartlett urged mem- ,bers to bring in their articles for We Extend Our Sincerest Best Wishes the Easter box for the St. Mary's Training School for Girls. Mrs. Buddy Smoot announced the fashion show would be held at the Moose Home April 23. The theme this year will be "April in Paris". Mrs. Donald Cline reporting for the Chance committee.A Hi-Fi set will be awarded the night of the Fashion show and tickets will be 25c each. The club has been di- vided into teams. Miss Maureen Bush is chairman for the "Rock- ettes" and Mrs. Cline chairman for the 'Can Can Girls". Miss Margaret Gracey chairman of the Ways and Means committee announced a means of making money which is being sponsored by the Stanley Brush Company. Each member is to sell four boxes of toothbrushes. The club adopted the project.. Mrs. Helen Cavalier, chairman of the Fine Arts Committee, an- nounced the 100th Anniversary of John Brown's Raid would be held- the second week in October. The Junior Women will sponsor the Beard Growing Contst. Mrs. Mary Simons announced that her cx)mmi.ttee had brought one membership In the Mental Health Association and would also purchase a gift for the people at the county infirmary. Mrs. Jean Gore asked that mere bers bring 65c to t'he next meeting for the spaghetti supper to be held at the April meeting. Mrs. Paul Propps introd~eed the speaker for the evening Mr. Got'- don Eismon, principal of Charles Town High School who spoke on ["Education". He cited examples of why the curriculum is changed why courses are brought into the curriculum and why 'they are tak- en out. He said the school tries to offer subjects that best fit the needs of the community. Four courses are offered. The Academic course for those who plan to at- tend college, The Commercial course, for those who 01an to go on to business college, The Voca- tional course which includes vocat tonal agriculture and home econ- omics;and a General course. Refreshments were served by the hostess committee. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS Fe. 19-tf. Production and sales of autos show increase. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FA M US ADVOCATE 6---A THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1959 I Custom Made Suits I I ][ For Men and Women I I | Uniforms of All Kinds l[ I A SMALL DEPOSIT It 'l PLACES ANY ORDER! II I Buy Direct and Save! i] I K.F. LOWE il I Phone Shepherdstown ~-301 I After 5:00 P.M. I[ II Make Your Home Your I~ Shopping Center . . . Write I I [I or Phone, We'll, Bring Sam- B[ /I pies to you~. ~1 I Fe. 19-tf. B. LENNOH the Proprietor of BOWERS STORE, on this Occasion--THE 25th ANNIVERSARY OF OPENING OF THE STORE. " Compliments Of +ii! ii Get 'Em 7-UP BOTTLING ENJOY A SEVEN-UP ICE CREAM "FLOAT" with.., ---AT THE IN ASSOCIATE STORE CONGRATULATIONS .... TO .... ON THEIR 25th ANNIVERSARY Bakers of Schmidts Blue Ribbon Bread and Rolls Always A FRESH Supply.. : LOAF PAN SET Reg. $1.29 88c w,zA-.,.- I 6-BU PACK| 2 F.acb: 60.watt, I! 7~.watt, lO0.wam I! K9025 Ill Associate Store Hagerstown, Md. Have You Tried Lately? SEVEN - UP; HIRES ROOT B NESBIT ORANGE WILD CHERRY. THEY ARE NEW AND MC CHARLES TOWN Round Bobbin $ .9G ELECTRIC Re_ ular $49.95 America's le ding Portable Patch-O-Matic ends hand. stay put. And your pay {pr itselt ith the C~ What 'a value! ~rit Calibrated Side Dial Adjustable Stitch BABY SEAT Reg. $1.30 95c 118-20 W. Phone 769 Charles Town, J. E. SENSEN +