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The officers of the Lea e are- ] C-----I-- Mrs. Glenn ttoffman, Kearneys-L~enalor nanaomn Af ville, president; Mrs. Owen Conk- "PublishedBy ibm, Charles Town, vice-president; |~1,|~1,.|~,~ Mrs. Herbert Everhart, Kearn- Iron And Women Voters eysvil,e, secretary; Mrs. Byron Webt~, tlarpers Ferry, treasurer. le League of Women Voters Kennet In el !erson County, after more 18 months of research and . . )'in the preparation of tile 1966 Edtton Outstanding ~let, "Know Your County,' )unced Ibis week that {he Young Men In America :let will be on sale in about month Announ ement was made this ~Iembers of the committee, re- week by the Jefferson County for its publication, wish l thank the county officials, the of stale and federal ag- and all inlerested persons have aided in making pos- the publication of "Know County." This is one of the booklets published that has together, in st) compact rm, factual information about County's history and the structure and of county government the facilities and services liable to the public. There be nominal fee of 35c to be to help defray the cost Printing. Will be on sale at: The Cham- of Commerce office, Civic .~r Bldg. 200 E. Washington Town; Caperton Bros. W. Washington St., Charles Shepherdstown Public Li- Main St., Shepherdstown; News Agency and Main St., Shepherdstown; Motel, Rt. 340, ttarpers erry. Lp in the League of Voters is open to all citizensl Women of under age and men may join as metal ,Junior Chamber of Commerce that Kenneth Anders, of Ranson, i one of Jefferson County's most i prominent and active young men, has been selected for inclusion in the 1966 adition of "The Out- standing Young Men of America" I Anders, winner of the Javcees Distinguished Service awar(l for 1964, was nominated earlier this year by the Jefferson County Jay cees and later he was selected by a 13-man national Board of Edi- tors for the publication. Doug Blankenship, Past U S. Jaycee President (1962-63) who is serving as chairman of the Board stated that men were selected between the ages of twenty-one and thirty-six who "had distin- guished themselves in one or more fields of endeavor to the point of being outstanding." Vote Yes for Building Improvement March 8. (Pol. Adv.) At the recent ammal naponal conve~flion Of the Institute of.Scrap Iron and Steel, held in Washington, D. C., West Virginia's Senior U. S. Senator Jennings Randolph, was honored at a breakfast given by Hyman Viener & Sons, of Charles Town. The above picture taken at the breakfast shows (left to right)-.-Maurice Viener, Senator Randolph and Hyman Vienel', a long-time friend of Senator Randolph. Chapter AA Outstanding Young Men of Presents Program For America is an annual biograp- hical compilation of approximate- ly)0,OO0 young men of outstand- Mental Health Chapter , in,, rank throughout the country. Nominees for the book come from The February meeting of the many sources However, the maj- Jefferson' County Mental Health ority of the nominations are made Association was held Tuesday, by Junior Chamber of Commerce February 15, at the Episcopal Chapters and College Alumni Parish House in Charles Town. Associations The program for the evening was The Junior Chamber of Corn- presented by the Jefferson Cou- merce has long been active in nty Chapter of Alcoholics Anon- the recognition of outstandingymous, and a movie, entitled "Bill achievement among America's W's Own Story", was shown. Bill young men. Each year since 1938 W. was one of the founders of the the U. S. Jaycees have selected A. A. program in the United the Ten Outstanding Young Men States, and in the movie he narr- of America ates the story of his drinking pro- blem and his subsequent spirit- 800 Miles Of Potomac River Trail May Be In New Legislation Washington, D. C. - U. S. Sena- tor Robert C. Byrd (D-W.Va.) announced recentrly that the de- velopment of some 800 miles of the proposed Potomac River Heri rage Trail in W. Va. may be made available in new legislation which has been recommended by President Johnson. "The President has proposed the establishment of a nationwide system of trails with special em- phasis on the development of those trails near metropolitan areas," said Byrd. Seamless Mesh - Plain - Full Fashion LOOK TO .... IN CHARLES TOWN Always Plenty Of F-R-E-E PARKING For Our Customers At Rear Of Store You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experier, ce, to follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621 -- Charles Town, W. Va. ~. ~ .','.-':~;~ ~@:~:~:::. "'.. ~ :;~.:: ":*"~i :~.~-::4:~:.:~ .i~:::,.~ ual e~perience leading to his cure and the foundation of A. A. Chap ters throughout the country. Following the program, a short business meeting was held. Rev. A. R. Bartlett, President, announ ced that a Pastoral Counseling Center will be established in this area, probably in March. Th( Center is being sponsored by the Episcopal Church, with financial and other assistance promised from other churches in the cou- nty. Members of the County Offici- als Bill Committee were announ- ced to be Mrs W. A. Schuman, Chairman, Mrs. H. H. Hunter, Rev. Richard Neal, Mrs Reid Geronimo and Rev. Bartlett. Rev. Bartlett and Mrs. tIuater As it was explained in a Pres- idential message to Congress, Bryd said he believed the pro- gram would provide Federal aid to the 2,000-mile Potomac River Heritage Trail which would fol- low the river through the Dis- trict of Columbia and four states "The Interim Report on the Potomac River Basin suggested that the trail follow the South Branch of the river at Paw Paw in Morgan County, through such scenic sites as the Trough, the Smoke Holes, Seneca Rocks, and to Spruce Knob in Pendleton Cou nty," Bryd explained. Full details of the President's TA The payment is only a portionI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE UI3~;) ~41~U~IOIIVII iU of the county s tentative entitle-I THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1966 B--3 . +. . .. ]ment of $38,068 for Fiscal YearI= MaXe survey mac.re 1.966. wedding anniversary Saturday Town. v Feb. 26. I Mr. and Mrs. Shreck received a IProfessional Nurses Howar I Due tq the recent illness of I number of cards, telephone calls ietl Mrs Shreck. only members of land flowers from numerous Announcement was made this, Putt" 1 lhe immediate family were pres-[ friends, relatives and their neigh- week by the Fannie E Welsh, I LelI U il I 11 I OU !1 I ent to help them observe the pc- I bors. Dislrict 6, West Virginia Nurses + I casion. Present a daughte,, I Mr. and Mrs. S? reck said they Association, which includes the W tdinn Ann[wr rv I counties of Berkeley, Jefferson, " ....... ~ ............ , /Mrs. Dorothy Kilmer, of Martins-[were appreciative of the beauti- burg, a son, Windle of Bolivar;Iful song which Bill Peer played Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy, Grant Mr and Mrs. ttoward Shreck of I Mrs Charles Peer and their [ in their honor on radio station and Mineral, will conducl a sur- . +~' ...... 1 vey of inactive registered Profes- Jenerson Avenue, t:narms zown,/ grandson, Mr. and Mrs; LeoI WXVA Sa'turday morning. sional nurses, quietly celeorated their 50tn Shreck and baby Lanie of Charles l The purpose of the survey is to determine bow many inactive nur ses are in the district, and how many of these nurses would be interested in receiving a refresh- er course in nuring. Any inactive registered nurse in the district desiring to have such a course conducted should write to Miss Kay Wertz, R. N., Route 4, Box 299 A, Martinsburg, 25401; or to Mrs. William C. Set- bert, R. N. 518 South Church street, Charles Town. K. Brent Johnson GOP Nominee For Senate K. Brent Johnson, insurance ex- ecutive and farmer, a Martins- burg Republican, has filed certifi cate of candidacy for nomination to the State Senate from the 16th District which includes Jefferson, Berkeley, Morgan, Hampshire, ttardy and Mineral Counties. Mr. Johnson is a native of Berkeley County, son of the late Luther and Mary Johnson, form- erly of Hedgesville: He was edu- cated in the county schools and has been active in the Republican Party for more than thirty years. An active member of the Elks and Kiwanis Clubs, Chamber of Commerce, Life Underwriters' Association. Sons of the Ameri- can Revolution, Farm Bureau, Isaak Walton League, he is also second vice-president of the Berk eley County Historical Society. A member of the Baptist Chu- rch, a Mason and Shriner, John- son and his wife, Velma, reside in Martinsburg. Former Sen. Harry Byrd Cited For Distinguished Service To Home Region The Shenandoah Valley of the Virginias Cited Virginia's former U. S. Senator Harry F. Byrd Fri- day night for distinguished ser- vice to his home region, his state and the nation. proposals will not be known until Shenandoah Valley, Inc., an the model legislation is presented organization representing 15 cou- to k)ngress. However, Byrd said nties in Virginia and West Vir- presetatedta report on legislation "the President offered Federal pertaining.t mental health which support" to encourage the develo had been introduced at the 1966 pment of hiking trails accessible session, of the legislature. Of to the people of the country.. great interest to the Mental In the case of the tteritage Health Assocmtmn was the fact Trail ~i"ials "~ +he In'eri"r . -- , UII ~ UI L t U that a bill making the PKU test l)on'~lrtmont t lrl Rvrd thntha for mental retardation mandatory deve~)l;]n-e]" "~o l-":"I~"''+ t-.. . d p lat u d lnc udethe m all hospitals was, passed. . Other acquisit,,,~.... la .... ,,. s-enic .... bills introduced pertained to .de- ..~ ........ I.~.^..., .... .~ _,~..._ ..... lllUlltr~ ],71 Ilk UUIILII~ lll~[ UL|J~:I fmmg and outhnmg the duhes of - ' ......... .-. _ . facfl~tms to assist persons on the tile ~tate ~wector ot lvlentat ,__,. Ll~liS. Health, and another to makmg J funds for the .County Officials ~ , .~ . w .,. , Bill available upon a fiscal ,year i~0mar. Yeier Yan/01 bas!s rather than a calendar year t baThe next meeting of the Jeff-I Attending Air Force erson County Association will be ~, . , . ... . held on Monday, March 14th, at leCflnOlOOV InsTiTUTe the Hilleary House m Charles -~a Town Mr. Harry Harner, of the Dayton, Ohio - U. S. Navy Corn Charles Town General Hospital, will be the speaker. i , ,, , Mrs. Mary B. Furr Mr. and Mrs. William Santmier, of Richmond, Va., spent the week- end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jackson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Santmier, recently. Mrs. Hollis Sandmier was with her niece, Mrs. Franklin Hite, last Wednesday. Mrs. Hite underwent major surgery in Kings Daugh- ters Hospital." Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Santmier and son, of Martinsburg, visited his father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Santmier re- cently. Mrs. Corinne Stevens, of Lee- town, is a patient in the Charles mander Peter H B. Van Tol Jr., son of Mrs. Peter H. B. Van Tol Sr. of 400 N. Mildred St., Charles Town, is attending the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. Commander Van Tol has enter- ed a 12-month curriculum leading to a master of science degree in logistics manag6ment. The pro- gram is conducted by AFIT as part of the Air University pro- fessional military education sys- tem. The commander, a graduate of Shepherdstown High School, att- ended Shepherd College, Shep- herdstown, Bethany (W. Va.) Col- lege and earned his B. A. degree from George Washington Univer- sity, Washington, D. C. Commander Van Tol, who re- ceived his commission in 1945, is a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. His wife is the former Mary H. Lane. ginia, bne of them Jef- ferson Couflty, presented its Shenandoah Bowl for 1965 to the former Virginia Senator. In presenting the award William H. Lawrence, III, cited Senator Byrd's 33 years as a national lead- er in the United States Senate and as Governor of Virginia. But he placed particular stress upon Senator Byrd s outstanding con- tribution to his native valley. County rd Gets Federal Payment An immediate payment of $28, 551 will be made to the Jefferson County Board of Education as aid to areas where school enrollment has been increased by children of Federal employees, it was ann- ounced here by U. S. Senator Rob ert C. Byrd and Jennings Ran- dolph and Rep. Harley O. Stag- gers. BY THE lOth... A FULL MONTH'S RETURN ! ~ATTER OF FACT, why not do it every month? (Those extra profits add up, you know!) SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Dial RE 9-1001 IIIIIIIIIIIII I II Town Hospital with a broken leg caused by an automobile accident Fruit, Ve table last Monday evening on the Sul-[ phur Spring road. I Hearing To Be Held Mrs. J. S. Locke attended at At Inwood, March 10 I West Virginia rules and regulat i ions relating to the grading and packing of fruits and vegetables are to be opened for review. Com missioner of Agriculture, Gus R. Douglass, has announced a public hearing for March 10, 1966 on matters relating to Chapter 19, Article 5, of the Code of West Virginia. The hearings will be held in the office of the Federal.State Inspec tion Service, West Virginia De- partment of Agriculture, Inwood, (Berkeley County), West Virginia Douglass said he would be avail. able to informally discuss any problems from 9:00 a. m. until noon. The formal hearing will start at 2:00 p. m. Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate I meeting in the Methodist Church at Middleway Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and family, of Martinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove on Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts were supper guests Sunday eve- ning of Mr. and Mrs. Boteler Link. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and of Charles Town, were visi- tors Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. 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