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Virgini~ is spending two weeks visiting in Charles Town The first week she is the guest of Miss Frances Moore at her home on South Samuel Street and the sec- ond week she will spend with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest A..Brown at their home on South Samuel St. Mrs. William Gregory of Peters- burg, Va. spent several days the first of the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Nelson at their home on South Samuel Street. Jos. A. Warrenfeltz. well known local resident and proprietor of Peoples Supply in Charles Town, has returned to his home on N. Samuel Street after being a pat- Schmurr m Bradenton. Florida She will return sometime this weekend. Mrs. James Bartlett is spending 2 or 3 days with her sister-in-law Mrs. Charles Bartlett, Eastern Shore, Md. Mrs. John Purcell and Mrs. An-- thony Hankey left last week to visit Mrs. Keith Neville in Pass- A-Grille, Florida. They returned home Wedensda y. Wilbur Tharpe, well known resi- dent of Ranson. is a patient in Winchester Memorial Hospital for a series of tests and treatment. His condition was reported as im- proved early this week but he will have to remain in the hospital for lent in the Charles Town General some weeks yet. it was understood. Hospital for the past four days. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. Kenna Knott Alger and and Mrs. Earl Smith and family Mrs. Ronald West of Bunker Hill were Mr. and Mrs. Edward GanG atended a meeting of the Capital and daughter of Charles Town. Keeshand Club at Silver Spring, Mr. and Mrs. William Pifer and MISS NIKKI TIN[BROOK Md, The club was held at the Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Crock of I home of Mr. and Mrs. McMannara i son of Middleway, Mrs. Fred Wet- ant of Baltimore, Md. and Dougie Harpers Ferry announce the en- i the past week. Mrs. Alger became i Winkler of Leetown. gagement of their daughter Nikki a member of the club. ~kMrs. W. P. C. Perry returned on Yvonne to Mr Raymond W. Isher ] Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shreck wood of Suitland, Md. I spent Sunday before last in Hag-inSaturdaYAtlanta,afterGa.a an~five FortWeekSKnox,Visit Miss Timbrook a graduate of terstwn, Md. visiting their aunt Ky. l~mney High School class of 57' is Mrs. Fannie Jenney and daughter Ms'. and Mrs. Vivan Bush spent now a junior at Shepherd College and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs Nutthe weekend in Fredericksburg, where she is majoring in Biology ter. Va. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mark She is chaplin of the Alpha Sigma Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gore Little and children and attended TaR National Sorority and reigned of South Samuel Street in Charles the opening of Fairy Farm the ~s the 1958 homecoming queen. Town have received word tellingboyhood home of George Wash- Her fiance Mr. Isherwood is a them of the birth of a son to Mr. lEgion. and Mrs. Lynn William Childs ont Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith .,,uior ~t Shepherd College and is Tuesday night. Mrs. Childs is .the spent the weekend in Morgan- :~ ~;ember of the TaR Kappa Ep- former Miss Patricia Ann Gore town, W. Va~. wheer they attend- ~ito ~. N~tional Fraternity. He is and she is now living in Granada ed the West Virginia University- president of the student body and Hills, California. This is the cou George Washington University was recently elected to who's who pie's first child, basketball game. While there they sities.in American Colleges and Univer- , Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shugart visited the formers brother, Barry are visiting rtheir son-in-law and Smith and also Mr. and Mrs. daughter Mr. ~md Mrs. Rodman Clyde Hit%. Zilenziger in Hartsdale, N. Y. While there they will attend the Mrs. C. P. Miley is a patient in New York Gift Show and do .their rhe Winches er Memori~ 1 Hospital spring buying for Shugart's Store. Winchester, Va. :or ( ~servation Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassford and treatme ~t, of Summit Point are receiving con .Mr. and i~ rs. C. N. D( rsey spent gratulations on the birth of a fine Sunday af,te :noon in i hepherds- town visitin Mrs. Dor: ey's sister son on Tuesday, February 24 in and brother ~n-lav, Mr and Mrs. the Winchester Memorial Hospital Winchester, Va. The little one has John L. Mill .r. been named Donald Talamadge Mr. and Mrs. Henry James raG- Mrs. Glassford was ~he .former toted ~o Ashville, N. C. last week Miss Barbara Roland. to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. A. Eyster has been recuper- James son-in-law Charles A. Bea men. Mrs. James will stay for a ating from his recent illness at the month in Greenville, S. C. with home of his brother and sister-in- her brother, J. E. Snydev for reed- law Mr. and Mrs. Francis Harrison ical treatment for an eye ailment. at Reistertown, Md. On Tuesday he came to Charles Town as guestMrs. Fred Weiant returned of Mr. and Mrs. Phil P. Nelson. home Monday after spending a week with her parents Mr. and Assessor Shirley Alger. who has Mrs. Earl Smith ~f Sum,mi,t Point. been in ill health since the first Mrs. Seddon Lacey of Birming- of .the year and who has been ham, Ala. is visiting her parents spending much of his time in theMr. and Mrs. Walter G. Nelson at hospital and at his home is now their home on Mildred St. showing some improvement and Miss Lucy Rodeffer of Wash- hopes to be back at his office be- legion, D C. was Sunday dinner fore long. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mrs. Robert Baylor has been Smith. indisposed at her home on South Miss Lucy Rodefer of Washing- George Street for the past two ton, D. C. was the weekend guest weeks. I Mrs. W. P. C. Perry returned of Miss Kate Boxwell. last Saturday from a five week Mrs. Edna Hardy returned home rrip dur~r$~,~ch time she visi,ted last Thursday and has resumed ~In Atlanta, Ga.: Fort Knox Ky.; I her office duties at Victor Prod- Charleston, W. Va. and Waynes- acts Corp. in Ransom CATALOGUE. borG, Va. Bill Snyder. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Baylor has been Mrs. D. W. Snyder, South Sam- [ Z*~T~ Artww't~ nr, r~,I~-~,.,~ quite sick at her home on South uel Street won a trip to Norfolk, ~,~r~ ill ~r~uut~u Samuel ] . Street. Mrs. Baylor is 89 Virginia for selling the most sub- ] FALL MERCHANDISE years of age. scriptions to the Washington Post. , Mrs. Mil'ton Sl,ifer, a former res He left from Martinsburg at 4:30 I Coats and Suits $18 ident of Charles Town is a guest Monday morning wirh other car- ] Dresses $8 - Skirls ~5 at the Moore Rest Home. . rier boys from different areas. I ~ *~,, ~,, Miss.Emily Tabb of West Wash- While there they were taken on a 1Mouses ~,~ I " ington Street is spending two sightseeing trip of the Navy. L. weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Baker and Mrs. Geo rge Sheets left Tuesday_ night for k.. MrS.boro, Clarencepa. Ramey in Waynes- Bellevue, Iowa where they will vis- TALLS .. it the formers sister, Mrs. Fred TTr,~I'TTT?t T~'T~ R.J. Funkhouser, now of Pion- Marburger, .who has been a pa- ' LU'LILI.~L~ lIE I._,. eer Point Farm at Centreville tient in the Bellevue hospital for ',,)~/. ~-, D ........... ~ Md. has been a patient in the ove~ three months. : .... Charles Town General Hospital ' 2nd. Floor for the past week or ten days for ' , ....... observation and treatmen.t. W lncnesier, ~ va " Mrs. Helen Oienn lef, on Feb- Rosettes Junior Garde n - - - - -- -.,~'.~ ruary 14 to visit with Mrs. Joseph '- -" Club Has Business S C C11 T S Meeting At Jr. High (FIRST IN LAWNS) Seven members of ,he Roset,tes Junior Garden Club were on hand Thursday, Feb. 19 for a business meeting held at the Charles Town Junior High School for which II'I11t _. i_ Those present in addition to the president were: Carla Alexander, Car01~n Brown, Cathie MIntyre, Karla Corbin, Judy Whit,tington and Anne Owen McCormick. The group discussed ~e club scra,pbook and Anne Owen McCor mick made a report on the Region al Garden Show in Shepherds- town. Some ribbor~s were present Won't have to put up with Crabgrass next ed for he scrapbook and since some of the girls had made bird Summer . . if you apply SCOTTS HALTS feeders, they decided to contribute moneyzto pay for film and devei- right now, ihis Winter. oping costs so Vha,t pictures of the feeders can be made for the scrap- book. LOOK AT THIS BIC, After the business meeting Mrs, A. D. Peters gave a talk on con- COMBIN,ATION OFFER structing an arrangement. She gave the children some useful h, ints and t;he following slogan "When In Doubt Leave I,t Ou%". SAVE $7.00---HALTS TO TREAT To climax the meeting Mrs. Peters made an arrangement of ever- 2,500 SQ. FT.--ALONE $9.95 green. . SCOTTS SPREADER--ALONE $16.95 Miss J mes GET BOTH NOW FOR ONLY $19.90 Bride Of Mr. Ingrm Miss Dorothy Virginia Johnson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. CH ARLES TO' ~N Johnson, Harpers Ferry, Route 1, became the bride of. Willis Junior Ingrain, son of Mr.'and Mrs. John T. Ingrain, also of Harpers Ferry G] lAIN & FEI I, in a wedding ceremony perofrn~ed on Saturday, February 21 m ;the parson,age of the An,tieta Homs Ot Over The Top Feeds Church of GOd, Hugerstown was the scene of the five o'clock nup- tials performed by the Rev. Har- old Beck. Charles Townt W. Vi, The bride was attired in a *nuvy blue two piece suit with navy ac- Phone 75 & 74 cessories for the occasion.L The bride is employed at S. S. ~e~le, ~MtVe~ ~ali]r*, Kresge Company. Long Meadow Shopping Center. The bride-groom ~-=-=-7.-=-=__~2~2~____ -=- _- -: is employed by Awtletam Motors :} Sewing Contest Winner Models Outfit SPIRIT OF .IEFFERgON VAnM n Sen. Randolph Will THURSDAY FEBRUARY Crown Sixth Annual ]Mrs, Helen M. Cavalier Named Charm Revue Queen boe :,i4tl ?ti;et je ts tl o u lChairman For Harpers Ferry daycee-ettes for staging their six- th annual Charm Revue and this The Harpers Ferry Area Foun cisco, California, year West Virginia's United States Senator Jennings Randolph will come to Charles Town to crown ~;he queen as "Miss Charles Town- Ranson". Along with the coronation the Jaycee-cites will present a pro- gram of entertainment in the Charles Town Junior High audi- torium, with the program getting underway at 8 p. m. Admission to the affair will be $I for adults and 50 cents for students. The Charm Revue was first presented in 1954. In that year and in 1958 donations were made to the Jefferson County Memorial Park. In 1956 and in '57, the pro- ceeds were used to build a play- ground at ~he Wright Denny Grade School. In 1958 the Charm Revue was presented for the bene fit of the Citizens Fire Company and this year, 1959 the proceeds will be donated to the Chlldrens Haven. Bee Line DAR Chapter Hears John Doyle Give dation announced today that Mrs. Helen Moselle Cavalier of Harpers Ferry, has accepted the position of General Chairman for the Har- pers Ferry Centennial to be held October 12th through the 18th. These dates correspond with the time of the John Brown Raid in 1859. Many plans are now in the making for the centennial and as these plans progress, details will be released to the press. Helen Cavalier was the "Nat- ional Apple Queen" last year, re- presenting the Portland Oregon Chamber of Commerce at the W. :Va. State Society Apple Ball in Washington, D. C. She recently returned to Harpers Ferry from a :trip to Los Angeles and San Fran Lawson Botts UDC Has Short Business Meeting, Twenty members of Lawson E~otts UDC, met at the home of Mrs. Fred Byrer last Thursday ev ening and after a short business meeting heard and enjoyed an in teresting and educational talk by Capt. Fred Nussbaum, of the staff ington and Portland she was the Chamber of mal banquet given and while there eral Television received the "KEY from Portland's Schrunk and a scrofl from Hol,mes naming pointed member of Staff as Oregon's large for Oregon's be commemorated "GregoRian" newspaper) carried with a p~cture of holding her "key to mentioned the that both Oregon Ferry were holding in the same year. Ernest A. Clipp On 62nd Party At Son's Mr. and Mrs. Talk ..fin nemocrao, of the Children's Haven near Char Jefferson Avenue, les Town. entertained Twenty-three members Bee 22 with a turkey Line Chapter N. S. D. A. ~f. Capt. Nussbaum spoke on In- of the 62rid bi and d.ians, their religion, music, arts, :Adam's father Mr. several guests enjoyed a delicious etc., Capt. Nussbaum said the To Guests present luncheon at The Thomas Jefferson tem .pole is to the Indians what Mrs, Ernest A. Hotel on Saturday, February 21 t~he family tree is to us. He dis- Mrs. John B. in celebration of Washington's .played some rugs, pottery, jackets, Johnnie and Stevie, Birth0ay. 'Mrs. Emory K?J~lc was dolls, jewelry, spears, arrowheads, William Sakeman in charge of the affair assisted by etc. and ,explained how the In- Diane of Martinsb~ Mrs. Pauline Houser who decora- all,arts make them. hie Adams son of tl ted the tables with artsitic flower Capt. Nussbaum also had a The birthday cake Mrs. John Martin, a member of tare pattern in the Vogue maga- arrangements. Sioux headdress and belt which in red white blue the Charles Town Senior Woman's I zinc. Mrs. Martin modeled the out A~fter the singing of America he said carried t, he theme of P.eace Washin{;ton's '.birth( Club, Winning entry In the Vogue fit at Moorefield and also at the and the Flag Salute led" by Mrs.for man. He told the group of the also recbived some sewing contest sponsored recently I Woman's Club meeting last week. ,Koonce the following guests were various ways the Indians make cards and wishes fl by the Charles Town Woman's I She received many pleasing and welcomed by Mrs. Newton M. Gib them. "Happy Birthdays". Club, is shown above modeling the [commendable comments concern- t son Vice Regent of Bee Line Chap outfit which won the top prize for tins the material, style, sewing and ter, Miss Mary Alice Moore Mrs. Mrs. Charles Reviol served as co her. The Versatile suit was a feat- I general design of this garment. Donald Kable, Mrs. Henry Moorehostess for the meeting which was . '.Snyder Mrs. Martin Vosberg anci adjourned with trhe serving of re- KNAPP ! County Pr nctpals Review iMrs. Robert Doyle, mother of one freshments of cake and chocolate. Jefferson * " i of Jefferson County's cabstand,ins Miss Swimley of Charles Town ' ]young people Who gave his .thrill- was a visirtor at the meeting. Hoover Uni] ins speech, Voice of Democracy. The next meeting of the associat School Program For 1959 60 List Seven Chapter salutes John Ion will be held March 10 at the Custom Mal , [Doyle on his down to earth Am- Hilleary House~ For Men an Thlngs On Must Pro! ram For The Year [ericanism and his intelligent ]grasp of American freedom. Lions To Hold Another Uniforms of ] Special music was presented 'by Record Hop Friday Night A SMALL [ Miss Lorna Lee Shaull, Miss Sally PLACES A! ]Watson soloist and six young lad- J e n County School Princi county for many years. About one ies from the Methodist Church The Charles Town Lions Club Buy Direct pals met Thursday evening at fourth of the present teachers choir, wdll sponsor another Record Hop Wright Denny School in Charles will retire during the next ten ] Sefl~s Friday evening ~t the Junior High K.F Town and discussed at ,length anyears. School. This is the second Hop.of e ex, panded program for 1959r1960. Those present listed a seven- the mont'h. Also the club will Phone Sheph Along with the principals were point program as a must .for 1959- sponsor another on March 13th at After 5:1 twenty lay persons participating60. This included: [ From Pa~e One the Junior High School when the lY[ake Your actively in the setting of goals for 1 A $3600 basic teachers salrazT., Band Clinic will be held there. Shopping Cen a new year. 2. Twelve added teachers to pro ght categories. Also truck license Extra special prizes and special A review of the educational pro vide for special services and new fees would be increased about 12V2 contests" are being pla~aned. The or Phone, grwm pointed Grit three things, courses. 'per cent. Estimated yield from club will have the cooperation pf pies to you! 1. Jefferson County has dropped 3. Pay-raise for non-teaching this would be $2,400,000. the Teen-Age Canteen and the Fe. 19-if. from third (1949) to fifty-fifthpersonnel, t Still another biD passed by theBand Council. (1958) among W. Va. counties in ~. Pa teachers $100 per year Senate would increa:se driver's It- relative support of schools, for e~ch year of experience up to cerise fees to $1.25 a year instead 2. High quality teachers will state scale, of the present rate of $1 every not come to or stay in Jefferson 5. Double the present instruct-four four years, with an estimated A T T E N T I O N ! County unless they have local,ties, tonal supplies available to stu- yield of $800,000 pet" year. 3. The educational program in dents and teachers. , The,total of these increases GA A OPEN NG the county cannot hold its own 6. Establish a guidance depart- would amount to almost $8,000,000 and will likely drop if the pres- meEt for high schools, and would just about take care of ent financial picture continues. 7. Add four new bus routes. ~he so-called matching money The legislature is putting the bur. Also discussed were 180 days of which is necessary to take advan- SATURDAY NIGHT, FE] {{ ,4 den on the county, a,ctual instruction plus holidays tage of federal funds ,allocated to The principals and their'guests an~l meetings extra, the present .the states which do match feder- reviewed one by one the propos- legislative program and the corn- al money for funds. 19 5 9 als f the Bard f Educatin in petitiveness f neighbring schl H~use Expected T Aprve N RE [IU ,its lettertoparentsJanuaryZ6th, districts. CARLS SI )P IN It was agreed thag the most cidti- Final plans for the County SpellThese bills will be over in ,the ca, l need was high quality instruc- ins Bees were arranged and ap- House ,tomorrow and will be up for ' , ,tots to replace those leaving and proval was given to the places and vote on Friday w,ith present indi- retiring. Statistics were presented dates of the contests. Forty-two cations pointing to all of them 3 MILES EAST OF CHARLES TOWN showing that Jefferson County principals and guests attended the themPaSsing'by fairlyaS thewideSenatemargins,passedthe .~ S schools have a large number of meeting which was the best attend count on the gasoline measure FREE SNACK 9.00 - 12:00 teachers who have stuck by the ed one this year. being 28 to 4. I feel 'that I can ak [."Betsy Ross Home Demonstrat- vote for the increaserd rees and --COME AND BRING A FRIENI lsy R weigh,t bills, but can hardly see Be oss Homem ers lion ClUb." The club will furnish my way clear ,to vote in favor of Feb. 26- It.- pd. Ch--ang [new[materialRansonfr DheschoolPrincipalto buildf thean the gasoline increase, due to our VoteT0 e Name; ,outdoor Incinerator" which is geographical location. However, I " - - - - - - - - _! [vrey much needed, think we border coun'ties will be badly outvoted and our only hope , WEEI HO Hear Talk By Mr. Ware, ] Recreation was in charge of is '~hat Virginia and Maryland will [Mrs. Fred McCauley who conduc= a, lso have increases short.ly, which T O U S E I ted a quiz. Several Secret Pats would balance us with ,them again. The Betsy Ross HomemakerS lreceived gifts. The meeting ad- There is a big hearing in the The Restaurant in Harpers ] Club met Friday night, FebruarY lJourned and delicious refresh- House tonigh't in connection with 20t~h at the home of Mrs. Hugh I ments were served. The next meet a, proposal State Income Tax. INVITES YOU TO DINE BY THE 0FE Via on Second Ayenue with Mrs. ling will be at the home of Miss which would be based on 5 percent Phyllis Farmer serving as CO-lhOSlCatherine Mercer Jefferson Ave. of the Federal tax paid by indiv- OPEN DAILY for Breakfast, Lunch ,tess and fifteen members present, iMarch 25 at '/:30 p.m. iduals and 4 percent paid by cor Mrs. Via, president called the meeting to order and Mrs. Linden]l 360 4 s* isPratinSestimatedand busineSSto producefir~nS'aboutThis Sunday Night Buffet Telephone Bush was in charge of Devot- ~18,000,000 additional money for ~ I~{ ~l~ ~j~_ ions. Minutes. of the January meet ins were heard followed by the t~he state and is being advocated ~ ~ ~ ,~ treasurer's report. . To Observe 4-H Week the A -cIo and other organ ized 'labor groups. 0 N NEW' Mrs. Richard Snyder, was in charge of the .lesson, "Household The 360 boys and girls enrolledThere are~also several versions Pests". Mrs. Snyder introduced in the 16 4-H Clubs in Jefferson of increases in the Consumers her brother Mr. Charles Ware who County will observe National 4-H Sales tax. but it is not likely tha.t gave a most interesting and help- Club Week February 28 through ~ny of them wil~l be taken serious- ful talk concerning the "Control March 8. ly at ,this time. and Combatting of Household The observance will ,be carried To date there has been nothing Pests. He .told club members of the many differen,t effective spraysout in many ways. Some clubs will defihi~;ely done in ~he way of tak- and .powders on the market todayhold public meetings by invitingin.~ care of additional money for parents and others in the corn- school needs except 'the probabil- in getbing rid of these pests and muni,ty to attend their meeting, i'.ty of passing a bill which would preventing future spread of them. either a regular meeting or a spec place a tax upon transfers of pr(~p He ~hen asked" members if they ltal one. Ot'her clubs will have ex- erty etc., and the amoun~ .thi~ had questions, he would try to hibits telling the story of 4-H Club would probably produce is no,~ at answer, of course everyone did. work in t~heir local communities, all definite. Mr. Ware is a graduate of West These exhibits will be placed in I was glad to welcome Manning r Virginia Universi,ty. Committee reports were given, stores, in store windows and local Smith to ~he House chamber yes- I The club made plans to attend schools. Still others will ~have re- ~,erday ~nd al~o ~ad a call from "Open House" on Wednesday, Feb presentatives appear ,before var- Bl,ackwell D~vis enlisting my aid ruary 25 at "Doubleday affd Com ious civic groups in the county. ~n ge~tin~, addiion~l surn]u~ foo~ One fifteen minute radio pro- for the Haven. I have t.~lke~ +o pony, Inc. a book manufacturing gram will be given over radio sta ~r. Wa,~.v who h~ c~ar~o ~f dl~ plant in Berryvllle, Va. tion WEPM on Saturday mornin- +rt'h,tion ~f s-~h foo~ ~nd be ~- Members were asked to meet at FOR COMPLETE DET ~,he home of Mrs. Phyllis Farmer, March 7 at 9:45 A. M. when we sure~ me he will do all h~ e~,~ f~- will Interview representatives of ~he H~ven which is reco~.~z~d ~. N OUR March 4~h at 7:30 ~O help put our 4-H Alumni. Several other over the state as a wonderful I STORE .their scrap book together. Any one short broadcasts will be given on work. having pictures' news items and the eai'lY mrning Prgrams be"I ..--.~,,~:'~:11g3 I1~~: ~orrv q'~ ~ r~,,~-~n- ~W. P. C. Per ,~:v ..... i ] A 0 N 0 11' etc., concerning the club were tween 6:00 and 7:00 a: m. and one -~n. ~,~r .~s~lon ln~+~*d -,~ 5.3n asked to .bring ~hem, on the noon program the early +bl~ afternoon, s~ T dl~'~ ~et Mrs. Farmer and Mrs. Fred Mc ipart of ,the week. Cauley made the back for ~he ~n +,) w.~t,~g this until some scrap book which .the club gives ~ time after th, af~. l~hem a vote of thanks. J~V('*" Several members were asked to ",~r w,,~h :~-~. ,~-~h Smaltwood ' help wri'th Heart Drive on Sunday The Jefferson County Jaycee- bein~ named as win~er. Feb. 22. The club decided to chaR ettes 'met at bhe home of Mrs. A1- The eb)h. ~s irl f~e '~t. wil) ge their meeting, night from the viE Ennis Jr. Feb. 12 with 12 mem ~o,~ ~,~+,~-~ +~ ~ ~V[arch of 3rd Friday night to the.4th Wed- bess preesnt. J~lll~ D,~e.R and the Re} Cross. SMART ' FASHIONS nesday night of eax~h mont,h. Preceding the business meeting 91~wr*! .ea~,ntff.~s r~r~v+~,i The club also voted .to change a deli~h,tl*ul movie was shown' on ~bat work h~s be-~m ~ t*,~ ,~ N ST]~ the name of their club from the Or~nd Canyon. ~..~ .... +~ ,,,. ~,~ WEST WASHINGTO "Betsy The presidentcalled,the meeting "+ .r~ o...o,,,~a +~t ~-~+~r ' 'to order with the reading of the T~nl--~ cr~,,~- +~ PHONE 555 CHARLES TowN, H~gerstc minutes. M~. C~rl Merchant re- .ueen '~e nroc~d~ from Cb~ ~- side at ported there were 10 nominees for v,,~ w,n ho donated to the Child- parents, the outstanding woman of the ren's IIaven.