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Larry Watson Receives Masters Degree Frr, m 6eorge Washington LARRY L. WATSON Larry L. Watson has received his Masters D~gree in Counseling from George Washington Univer- sity in Washington, D. C and is currez~tly a Counselor in Ran- dolph Junior Iiigh School in Rock rifle, Md. Larry graduated from Harpers Ferry High School in 1956. Upon completion of his Freshman year at Shepherd College in Shepherds town, in 1957. Lar~y ~ent, ered the Air Force and was stationed ha Omaha, Nebr wheYe he received his Bachelor of Science in Educat ion from the University of Neb- raska at Omaha i~. 1965. He has been employed in the Montgom- ery County School System since . that time. Larry and his wife reside in Rockville, Md. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Strother Watson of 1Live Mr. and Mrs. John James Wysong, IV, 400 S. Mildred street Charles Town, W, Va. are the parents of a son, John James, V, born February 19, 1970 in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Wysong is the former Miss Sharon Elaine Jackson. Pvt. Marcus J. Rutherford, Jr is taking his basic training at Fort Di,New Jersey. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus J. Rutherford and his wife Jane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen at Bakerton, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lloyd and Mrs. Lewis Ramey, attended the funeral of their uncle, Luther Ramey in Bentonville. Va last son County Civic Center in Char- Monday. The auditorium of the Jeffer- charge of the production stated Thursday. los Town, will be the scene of Miss Mary Magaha of Ranson dramatic action Friday, Feb. 27 arrived at Dulles Airport Satur- through Monday, March 2 when day night after spending four the Attic Players, a Thespian weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Roy group of Jefferson County, pre- Witthow of Fresno and Mr. Lyle ~ents their current production, Wheeler and daughter Sheila Mac "The Man Who Came To Dinner". of Burbank. Miss Magaha attend- The presentation involves the ed the funeral of her sister, Mrs. largest cast and production crew A total of five performances will be presented with the first one Friday night, Feb. 27 at 8 p. m. There will be two presentat- ions Saturday, one at 2:30 p. m. and another at 8 p. m. Sunday evening the show will be present- ed at 6:30 p. m. and then again at 8 p. m. Monday, March 2, at 8p.m. Tickets are available at the Olde Charles Town Library and son County Again Yyle (Eunice Mac)Wheeler dau- ever assembled in the county for ghter of the late Mr. and Mrs. a single presentation by the play- John H. Magaha, who died Janu- ers. The cast represents the three ary 23rd in the Burbank Hospital major communities in the county at the do~or. Advance sales are Willingham, Lee Jones, Jean Doy- $1.25 per persorL Admission at the le, Michael Cross, Jackson Flanna after a long illness. She was born and some from other points in door will be $1.50. There will be] gan, Chris Jordan, Mary Beth in Charles Town, October 17, 1914 between. and has resided in California For the first time the Attic no advance ticket sale for the]Kilmer, Alice and Peggy Smith, since i944. At the time of her Players are donating part of the matinee. [ Diane Howard, Lynn Bowyer, Jeff death she was a secretary in the proceeds from such a project to "The Man Who Came To lrey Hedges, and Barbara Hooper. research and budget department a county project. Fifty-percent of Dinner,' is a tireless, spicy Broad- I Fouth Row : Marybelle Howard for the city of Burbank. She is the profits will be turned over to way Hit from 1939. Endless hours I Bob Howard, Gary Moore, Bill survived by her husband, one the fund for the new Charles of preparation have gone into the IClem, Gwynn Perry, T. Manuel, daughter, seven sisters and five ToRn Hospital. Community sup- production set, costumes, make-up [ Les Widmyer, and Greg Slusher. brothers. Services were conducted port is needed to make both the and directing to re-create the era [ from the First Presbyterian Chu- play and contribution to the hos- with the utmost authenticity. The [ rch, Encino, California. Dr. Scott pital fund successful, those in entire production is packed with hood). Brewer officiating. Interment Val halla Memorial Park, North Holly ~ = .- :~ - : ~- : wood, Calif. Hagerstown, Md.; formerly of Harpers Ferry. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY MID-WINTER PERMANENT SPECIALS (For A Limited Time Only) Have The BEST For Less l AND A HAIR CONDITIONER (With Every Permanent) VIR61NIA'S BEAUTY SHOP DIAL 725-G414 118 N. Charles St. - Charles Town Washington Specialty Shop Charles Town-- Martinsburg AND (By Country Place) OUR TOP SALE VALUES ARE BEING CONTINUED Drop In At THE RED DOOR Exchanges At Original Prices Rely on Your Pharmacist for Precision Rely on your registered pharmacist to compound your doctor's prescriptions with extra care. Years of professional training, knowledge and experience stand behind him. For Prescriptions, First Aid Supplies Toiletries, Lunch Counter Mrs. Reid Geronlmo - .- : -- -: - - '-::- Johnny Rutherford, who is now in the U: S. Army and is training at Ft. Dix, N. J. spent last week end at home with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rutherford. Mr. Dale Lancaster and daugh- ter, Patricia of Bethesda, Md. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster on Sunday. Ronni~ Phare~ spent the week end visiting relatives in Balti- more and attended the Baltimore Bullets basketball game while there. Mrs. Frank Jamison and two children, David and Jill of Vir- ginia Beach are visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Singhas this week. Mrs. Clayton Robinson is spend ing this week in Mill Creek, Pa. with her mother, Mrs. Clare Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Birdsall of Silver Spring, Md. were visit- ors of Mr. and Mrs. John Heater on Sunday. Mrs. Dewey Meadows is quite sick at her home with virus flu. Mr. Charlie Powers returned home Sunday after being a pat- ient in Charles Town General Hospital for two weeks. Mrs. Bertha Small has returned to her home in Philadelphia, after visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Hen- retta for two weeks. The Rev. Mrs. Albert Stine of Moorefield visited Mrs. H. R. Crock and family on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Javorski and daughter, Jeanine spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loughry. Mrs. Loughry returned home with them after spending a few days in Baltimore. S/Sgt. Ernest Staubs, wife Deni and four children; Anne, Phillip, Ernest and Dennis, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Staubs. S/Sgt. Staubs of the Army Air Force, a veteran with fifteen years of service has been station- ed at Dow Air Force Base, Bangor Maine. March 3rd he and his family will fly to San Vito, Italy, where he will start a three year tour of duty. Among the recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William Henretta were Mr: and Mrs. Howard Small of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Timbrook and children of Winchester visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crock on Sunday. Wallace To Mr. Chakmakian Is Lenten Membership Drive Being Made By Shepherdstown Church SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1970 PHARMACISTS DIAL 725-2621 --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. When you Buy From DAILEY'S Your Authorized Cadillac Dealer 1968 PLYMOUTH Fury III 4.Door 1967 PONTIAC Catalina Coupe 1967 MERCURY Cougar Coupe 1966 FORD Galaxie 4.Door 1965 CHEVROLET Chevelle 2.Door Daihy Moton, he. Your Authorized Pontiac.Cadillac GMC Dealer Phone 26.%3303 Martinsburg, W. Va, By Donna Jenkins A membership drive for at- tendance at the Lenten School at Trinity Episcopal Church in Shep Coming Event~: herdstown is now underway and. Friday, February 27, Charge- during the five weeks in March wide prayer meeting will be held each person who had a perfect at- at the Silver Grove Church for tendance, will receive a half the combined three churches. All ticket to the Ringling Brothers Invited! Come and seek Him Four Sunday Evening Services During At Methodist Chur Circus in Washington, D. C For while He can be found. the class with the largest percent- : On March 7, the Shenandoah age of growth of new members, United Methodist MYF will have each person in that class will re- a bowling party at the Bruns- laughs as the story of a small- ceive a full ticket to the circus, wick bowling alley, from 1 to 4 town family, coping with the The drive opens March 1 at the p.m. great and near Ogreat Of the 10:30 a. m. service. A word of notice! The annual world. Choir Festival has been moved C ity C~l & up to April instead of March. Members of the cast of the pro ommun en r A Thought duction as shown above are: First Row: (left to right) --- No man can be happy without Nancy C. Perry and John C. New- Sa[e Is Extended a friend, nor be sure of his fri- comer, Directors. I end till he is unhappy. (Thomas Second Row: Marshall McCor-I The Community Calendar sale Fuller). mick, Mrs. Archie Smith, Diane sponsored by the Charles Town O'Bannon, Suellyn Hedges, Steve Band Boosters has been extended |g FIN~ Hooper, and Lyle Hoffman. i until Friday March 6. Anyone who MiSS Pamela hj~ j1. REV. DAVID IL Third Row: Pam Hooper, Mac has not been contacted and would Four Sunday evening like to purchase a calender please Honored F, th Party have been scheduled contact Mr. David Wilson, Mrs. United Methodist Cht Thomas Coffin 725-7866 or any Miss Pamela Lynn Frye, dau- March, with a guest s] band member, ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. evening. =. ~ = ~ Frye, 115 Centre Street, Charles For Sunday, March 1, Town celebrated her tenth birth- Mr. David H. Andrews, R~ N! ON day, with a party, on Sunday,tendent ftheFrederick b February 22. Pam was 10 on Mort of which Asbury Chur day February 23. l a part, will be,the gue. Mrs. Floyd Simons Refreshments consisting of He was appointed to th Birthday cake, pop-corn, peanuts, January 1.by~ Bishop J~ ice cream and punch was served Lord. The new district to the following guests: Sandra, ed as a result of the City, Hawaii visited Mrs. Meyer's Terry and Carlton Jenkins, Mich- Evangelical United elle Shewbridge, Ellen Senseney, rches and 703 Methodist Pvt. Tyrone W. Hill mother, Mrs. David Hines and her Nancy Cooper, John and Brady within the Baltimore C, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Whitaker. Adults attending.were I Mr. Andrews is a gr Expected To Be Sent Mrs. Kenneth Staubs the past ten Mrs. Lewis Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. !Lebanon Valley College I days. C. T. C. S. Meyer is being Woodrow Jenkins, Mr and Mrs ," cal transferred to Washington, D.C. . ra umtea Tneomgz Soon To Vietnam This is the first time Mrs. Howard Shewbrldge, Mr. and Mrs h Kermit Whitaker, Mrs Wayne Dayton, Ohio, and lint I Meyer has been home with her Whitaker, and Kenneth'Frye.ological Seminary, G ] family for six years. ~ wire a graauate meiogy Those sending gifts but unable ed The Meyer's visited his parents to attend were Mr and Mrs. Ed- l o tie .has Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Meyer and gar Frye, Mr. and Mi's. Aubrey churches.re, v~ul ,family in Twin Falls, Ihaho. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Norman]m re, and Y,va. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and Heflin, Tod Brady and Kim Cani- ] --'--- ~ ' daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Marion ford` Pam received many nice and I useful gifts. Lanham were Sunday dinner PVT. TYRONE HILL Pvt. Tyrone W. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Hill, Route 2, Charles Town, has received his basic training at Parris Island, S. C. and extensive training at Camp Lejuene, N. C has arrived after an 18 day leave at home, At Camp Pendleton, California, pending further orders for Vietnam. His address is: Pvt. Tyone W. Hill 2572931, 4th Replacement Co. Unit 4457 Staging Bn. M. C. B. Camp Pendleton, Calif 92055. MIDDLEWAY LIGHT GROUP TO HOLD BAKE SALE The Middleway Street Light Committeee will hold a bake sale, in the window of the Furniture World Store, Saturday March 21 1970 starting at 9:00 A. M. On sale will be home made rolls, cakes, pies, cookies, Candy and lots of good things to eat. Celebrated At Party and the Sleepy Hollow Golf Club. The couple plan to be married A party was given this past at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox week-end to celebrate the Christ- Church in Washington, D. C. mas announcement by Mr. and sometime in July. Following the Mrs. George ~ Wallace, Jr. of honeymoon they plan to take up Hunting, W. Va. of the engage- residence in Charles Town. ment and approaching marriage of their daughter Barbara Thorne to Mr. Peter Leon Chakmakian of m Washington, D. C. The party at the Goafield Apart ments in Washington. D. C. was given by Mrs. Leon Chakmakian, mother of the prospective bride- groom. In attendance were Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown Mr. Edward Shull of Baltimore MOVING TO NEW LOCATION: Mr his mother Mrs. Ella Gill of Bluemonth, THE FABRIC SHOP -- 3rd Ave Ranson, W. Va. spent the week end with the latter's daughter, Mrs. Louise Bentz. Sunday visit- Is Moving-To Corner Of ors of Mrs. Bentz were Mr. and CHARLES & LIBERTY ST CHARLES Mrs. Richard Stickles and family of Alexandria, "Ca. and Mr. and (Formerly Birkitt's Barber Shop) Mrs. Garnet Bentz and Lisa. Will be open for business at our new location Mrs. Alice Hines have been ill with an ear infection, glad she Come In And See Our New Spring is improving. 9-5 Every Day Except Friday, Mrs Nora Stewart of Martins- [ : . CATHERINE PRICE Proprietor burg is spending a few days with. . " her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ~imons and Son Robert. Mr. Rueben Gray of Will- I iamsport, Md. visited his autn Mrs. Simons Monday. Mrs. James Mason accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Eva Wolf of Hagerstown, Md. and ~ on~ visited their sister and family ~H! :.i Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mauck in Front Royal, Va Sunday. Mrs. Nora Stewart and Mrs. Bertha Simons visited Mr. and Mrs. James Mason Monday even. ing. ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bean of Fairfax, Va. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler on. Thursday. WOODY FREE and Mrs. George S. Wallace, Jr parents of the bride-elect, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Costas and family, sister of the prespectice bride groom. Miss Wallace is a graduate of Cottey College, Nevada, Mo where she received an Associates of Arts degree and West Virginia University where she earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Physical Education and a Second- ary Education Teaching Certifi- cate, She is currently employed by the Jefferson County Board of Education as the director of Girls Physical Education at Charles Town Senior High School. Along with her teaching responsibilities she sponors the Girls' Atheletic Association and the Gymnatics Club at the high school. Miss Wal- lace has retired as tennis coach in favor of planning a wedding. Mr. Chakmankian, son of Mrs. Leon Chakmakian and the late Mrs. Leon Chakmankian, is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and an LLB from Columbus School, Catholic University of ~America, Washington, D. C. He is a practicing attorney here in Charles Town and co-owner of the John Brown Distilling Com- pany in Harpers Ferry. Mr. Chak- makian is a member of the Ame- rican Bar Association the West ,Virginia State Bar Association, TRIO EVERY SAT. NIGHT 9:30 p. m. HAWAIIAN NITE CLUB FOR RESERVATIONS: PHONE 834-7200 OUTSTA1NDING IN t CHARLES T01~r3I Having sold my farm am discontinuing farn~ng and will sell the following located 2 miles West of Shepherdstown, W. Va. on the Bfllmeyer Road (Route No. 12) Turn right onto Billmeyer Road mile West of Shepherdstown, W. Va. (Follow signs). SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1970 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. 25--HEAD CATTLE--25 20 Holstein Heifers springing and open; 4 Hereford Heifer springers; 1 Horeford Heifer, c~lf by side. FARM MACHINERY 2 Ferguson 30 tractors; Ferguson 20 traotor with 7-ft. mower; Oliver 55 tractor; Diesel new motor; New Ide~a manure spread. er; Grain elevator; OLiver grain drill; 2 disc .harrows; pulver- izer; John Deere corn planter; McDeeving Model No. 45 pick-up bailer; Fevguson side delivery rake; .Ford brush hog; 2 bottom Oliver ~rip beam plow; 2 rubber ~re wagons; ste~l wheel wagon; field sprayer; wood saw; Ford 3~pt. hook skte rake; Ford scrapper blade; 3-pt. hook scoop; Ford 3-pt. hook weeder; set I0 x 28 tractor chains; log chains; wire stretchers; saw; hammers; shovels; forks; picks; sledge hammer; mattox; dig- ging iron; bolt cutter; wrenches; tools, elc; many other articles too numerous to mention. TRUCKS: 1950 Model ~-Ton Dodge Pick~Up truck; 1950 Model 1-Ton Dodge Truckx. TERMS OF SALE---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Lunch Rights Reserved. Not responsible for accidents on premises. Auctioneer. EDWARD 'Ned' MORROW Clerk - R. E. MORELAND JOE WALPER, JR. Feb. 26-Mar. 5-2 - Good looking styles in a wide iety of fabrics and patternS" Solids, Patterns and a array of Fabrics. A grand selection of style ' OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY