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Rosettes Prepare Winter Flower Project For Children's Ward Charles Town Hospital you know... i Weddings- Engagements- Club News ghters, Elizabeth and Louise and granddaughter Betty Of Baltimore, Md. Miss Lorna Lee Shull, Maple John Doyle, Regional Winner in Voice Of Democracy Contest Presented Plaque Pvt. Richar! Fiorvanti f spm,T oF aEFrEP, ox [ THURSDAY, MA_ RCH INamed Soldter _. Month , ho..t Stories-w. Somerset Maug doah Hotel at 3:15 P, Of .......... ........... .......... Iham: Fascinating Railroad Busin-the auspices of First :777 717 *Y ! c rist S+ie-tisL! ess-Robert S Henry" Collected ~e ' l-llS SUDJeCr~ Will u Tales-A. E. Coppard; Wood Finish Science: The Healing ing-F. N. Vanderwalker; The Har sh Voice-Rebecca West; The Gods Arrive-Gran,t Lewi; A Short His- tory of American Democracy-John D. IIicks; Maude Adams-Phyllis Robbins; Drivin' Woman-Eliza- beth Pickett Chevalier; Philoso- phy of Arthur Schopenhauer-Bel ford Box; The Lowells and their Seven Wor]ds-Ferris Greenslet; MidcenLury Journey-Wm, L. Shir or; The Mackeral Plaza-Peter De- Vries; Never Too Late-Angola TNrkell; On Man in His *rime- Serge Obolensky; The Sweet and Twenties-Beverly Nichols; The Right Murder-Craig Rice. tile Christ". Former manager of t ington, D. C. omce of ~1 ion Science Committee cation, Mr. Watt has ly. During World War1 served as a Chaplain ted States Army . k the Illinois Institute ogy. he was with various ies in the United broad. Later he was Di search and Western The Advertising with headquarters in Avenup ., accompanied by M>s has devoted his full Mary Charles Adams student of[ T~ ~|vA Sv|n~ Ha~l|nn practice of Christian Shepherd left last Friday after- /v vtv~ ~lvn.. ll~uun~ ing and to the sel i noon and motored to Roanoke, Va. Christian Science ~.-~! ~: :!:: 7 and wh~'e M~s'eYAdaPemn'~ relatives, They returned'home th3thweek~d Lecture March 1S In since,, Worn( PVT. RICHARD FIORVANTI ,, ... ''., Kepuo,can oS::?ayghMgSSesAda~m{]leb~lonmge a~] _.. Pvt. Richard L. Fiorvanti, son of mr.nsourg met Miss Shull k Mr .and Mrs. Charles Hill Jr., of M~.^ h|,~k | ,,.r, hl ~,'s ~o',.~m ~r~.o ~, .n,~ [ 1 ~ r~anson was honored by being sol- The present availability of di- IIQ~ Ill~ll LUlII, II' m Her~e~.*&~'Y."'~ ."2 ..... .~:'., y*;s.I 1 mm coted as soldier of the month at vine healing will be the topic of . t ~: ~unt Mrs ~ w Lep~ F _ ~ -.~,_ - .. ~.. - ,: . : [ 1 ort Bragg, N. C. according to a free, pubhc lecture to be given The Jefferson County, unu wnum nooe returned last / 1 1 word received by his parents this in Martinsburg, on March 15 by Republican Women :1, Sunday from Daytona Beach, [ 1 1 week. Pvt. Fiorvanti is a graduate James Watt of Washington, D. C. covered dish lunelhv~:~c~ Hollywood and Miami, Florida. ] 1 of Charles Town High School On extended tour as a member 1 p. m. Tuesday,1 MiC0 where they spent a two weeks va- [ 1 1 Class of '57 He enlisted in the of The Christian Science Board of home of Mrs Pau cation Everyone reported a very aim in Oct ...... rs fine time and "h .- . ] 1 1 " y ober of '58 and receiv Lestureship, Mr. Watt will speck'.Catherine Childs, M , mmm ...... 3 e wear:z.]el was ] 1 1 ed his basic training at Fort Jack in the ballroom of the Shenan- I Smith will present the 1 In February the Rosettes, a junior garden oh|b. sponsored by [rom .~%i~Ow~ a3gree%a~e.l,f~n~[ 1 son, S. C. He is presently serving ~ ,~%-~--~,;,~ a ' ' -'-- ......... v~,,,,j,,,-~,~u i ,~ ..... ,-- v ........ tri" +" ~1,~,.i,~. ,~,~a ~., ,.,.,-.,..a ,~. , i i ~ eezlno Com- v delivering small dried arrangements to the Children's V'ard of sight:( ver;"~much". "e~;eJia~yu [~3 [ 1 pany at Fort Bragg, N.C. 18 Charles Town General Hospital. The arrangements uere made in ~.,~ m ...... ' " / I I ....... I~ _ disposable containers by the girls at a workshop at the home of ~.'~' *,cc~.. .. [ l I .................... I IIfl /% II I~ El I" UI/ " ~1" ana Mrs ualvin Mathew " 1 1 r~uvzzzeu ~zzurcn ~nepner~stown I X | 1 | l N I II |1 K N r Mrs. Charles Strider. Jr., supervised by Mrs. Strider. Mrs. CC _ ..... -. .- ' [ 1 1 ...... ' . ,- ................. / at l'~ " n= ~ v V mm 1 ,- liammann and Mrs Paul Barr Those shown arriving at tile ~ennetr,, t_:narles }own. are the ] 1 .. A o on Friday, March 13. Mr. [8 "" ". " proua parems ola oaoy ooy Cnris mc~onneu a fellow oi me Amer- hospital are first step left to right'--Carla Alexander Margaret ........ -] 1 1 .... ' ...... [~ ...... 5opner day Dorn in me winches t l l lean ~UIIO oI organist is also Min ~t Saville Anne Owen McCormick Second step'--Karla Kay Corbin . .= ', . . :-/ 1 1 ........ ;" .~ ,~ Carolyn Brown, Cathie Mclntyre and Judy V~hlttmgton. i~elitlv~:T~e~l?o~rr~~.P~I?~s Me~/leonu ] l l ~S, ot;~lic~uU~sll~ 1 , anlmlSr' P e nl I In All_, ~~ [Boyd. [ l l smoiea unoer the late T. Tertius ~ ~AmaAI4~Anlq~DnnAA 'll i Noble at St Thomas' Episcopal ;, ,,,, ,, , ~'~~"~...~~.~..~..~..~l..~......"..~~......~;'~.....''.'.~l........~...~.~....."'.~~..~~..~"~~...~.~~l~.'t~:. IwM~inagtdoMID. J~y;pJ'Bu'~e:f[ l 1 Chuz:eh, New York Ci, ty and ser-[~Illl:lt;lldllUlblg UIL ' t vea zora nmmoez" ot years as ms t~ ~ I~~~lll Ilfl~ll~l~l~l~q~~ lend .with Mrs. Bedford Green at | [] assistant He will ac~,m .... ,h~ I~ }~ her nome on Euclid Ave and visi- . ,.,~ v--a ~ ~ ,,. Vll~ ill~l~l~l~l~ I~lllll]ll-I~lll~ll~ [ted other r~l.,.i,~ ,. *h ...... ,, ~ Robert John Doyle, Charles Town High junior, wasrecently named choir during its present tour of [ mm,.,,,m.,m,t.,,,,t.,,..t,,...,,,.,...mmm...mm.....,......ll.,,,m,...,,,,...l~ [ Mr an;~t-" ...... "-'-" ~:''~ "J"~:"~" [the regional winner in the annual Voice of Democracy ca|test and colleges and churches in the East [R " , ] . .a m. rs. ~onala Khmer ~for being named to this honor he is shown being presented a plaqoe ern United States. The choir will ] ~ ~ patHie~.inH~h:ru~h:rsh:ys b::pitl penndeh?S not been well mnce it hap I~i:qi? ~de~2~q:#~3r~.y~fl~ya~sd ]p!YsEud~?r%p:eek:n::st ofs :h3n:toareff O:n Rt~ed'it:::tlignelWyEPli~e Mart [~C~sde~nBllte-ssP~gg~1or~:~rhs% ~ %lnrtln- %anti ...... " ..... '- , ' . ] ~** ....... Fr~'~ n ...... i .... fi" ] ' ' [V'rginia Broadcasters Association. Doyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Power by Bach; God Be In I {~ ~ ql~ _~ 4Fur al ~nalloLteSVllle va iOl Lie past "--~"'*~a "'~ --''~* ~""' "" Mr and Mrs @ ~F , " . , " : .... " -. . -[ . Marion Henshaw ]Francis Doyle went on to the state finals before being eliminated. My Head by Davies; Rejoice In].~ several weeks, has shown much im [ ea ~o n)s nome on .F}rs~~.venue[and daughter and son of Cuyaho I The national finals were recently conducted in Washington. f The Lord Alway by Lang. Greet- I navmg oeen taken roCK eal iy mlsa Falls provement in recent days and[ e- : ' : ]g ,, Ohio have been visiting[ ((Photo Courtesy Martinsburg Journal) ings from the seminary will be ]a hopes to return to his home on ]we K. [her mother Mrs. Calvin He|shaw i brought by Dr. Alfred N. Sayres, I~ ................... cqI East" Congress Street "in Charles] Dr. and Mrs. B.I. Barnes2f hal [at her home in Leetown. K Roth is the neighborhood re- about two weeks time to get the!prfessr of Praotical Theology [~ ~'~|~ COMPLETE DETAILb Town th~ en t~more were guests at the rarson Mr and t and A , 's week. d. [a-e Monda'- enzo~Se *^ Mallow f~I ] . . Mrs. Howard Shreck I pr'esentative for the Girl Scout ]results of these tests back i dv'sor to bile choir. ]~ Mrs. Rumsey Smithson proprie [.~ ........ ~ r ~v~,t~,o ~.~.~.~'|were in.nagersmwn, Md. Sunday lwork. S. Clarke Furr is Chief of l Mr. George L. Cole entered the '=. . ~, I g IN OUR STORE tor of Smithson's New-stand in I*.~ .... =,u, ,~,. ~,." .............. ". [wnere.tmey attended the funeral [the Independent Fire Co. [Charles Town General Hospital [~OOkS HOW Awnl .[- [,~ Charles To~n entered he Kz s mrs ~' ~ ~usnong and Attm oI melz cousin Chales Athey He ~ ~ ~- ' , t ng.~ | = = _ ....... | ._ ' . . [ The public is cordially invited to I;for an operation March 1. It is im i [~ Dau hters Hos ~ l ney ~ee ~usnong wm de me guestswas me son of Ifla and late W M n g . . ptaln Martins- / _ .. ' .... " [ ..... , ]this service. A nursery is provided [portant that farmers needing ser- I .....,, [ .~ bur foz tleatm nt Mrs m s on Friday evening of me worcoran Amey Iozmelly of Mjddleway , u g ..... e . .'. S ith.'on ] . ~ [ " " [for little children [vices of the Soil Conservation Ser ,.-. |lhrarv _ s elal da s a Art Gallely and Wasmngon aGe Mr and Mrs v m ~,,,~ my.. --m~m~m suffered a fall 'ev" y. go[ '. , " " . , ~[ .JohnL Millerand[ ........... |vice make their needs known to $ ItS | || I iety of Arenaeology in wasning- three children of " n Shepherdstown George E Tabb as soon as pos- . . ~]~e1~D~ Ct~eI~-itK~thAle:~aK?2yni[oinSi~eudnYa~. and Mrs. C. N. Doz'sey} Hrs. Robert Ross hlks [siNe so they can be scheduled in aryt~%wfll~w~pl~sttft2:WJ:r~kS ]t~ Im II I l| II II II SHOES I[a~jeru.:alem.hW:llsociety in charge of excavations ]Mrs S Y'C Glassford of Summit ]advance' ~ To~,th,s nwee~llbrary, it" was announce~ /Ot~' 111/4 IVl II II H ,I , KNAPP- xlpeak at 'the Point "and "Mr and Mrs Calviint[ To Wayside Garden Club c..,..,.,.,._., ilicto i e 'Frances Parkmson g t g on e' e cavations a- , ' "' n nail u II UIUIII .... o v n .o,,,+~ [rnit'orms i/...... ,~ T+,.+.,+~ .P+.+~a,,o+~ ........ |Fleming of Charles Town spent[ /J e .0 I- {It, Keys' Do, q)lp 'P ........ ("d~ri. 1.~ ~' II . . lll V n -- I 1/ 2 rth m' ;21 / / eb+l The V,s+s Mar Mc[. ................................... ....... ...... SMART FASHIONS~ ~" " Sunday with Mrs Glassford's son The Wayside Garden Club met Vand'r "' - ~ 7"." - g ~(?St~vlmn Made WSoUiml~l, ~ t e f ~nd:~gh~?rr~in q~hMe/r ~%dmy,;~ ~?~r3a~Ys~4" at the home of MLs. Garden Clubs ToBe cM~nmpl; eKll~orMY22:eReK:les~:u~t 1 Uniforms of All Kinds 1]ret,,r' *- S,-or*eo,, m* oSl-, |Williamsport, Md. ] After hearing favorable reports/,, . .~ .. The Serpent and the Staff-Frank |~ WEST WASHINGTON STREET , . ..tm-,~.. ""~ " "~"'" ~'~"""~'" Mr oi me eommlt~ees one cluo pro- .... Va a'ff i ~ endin the w k and Mrs Howard Slonaker ' noste [ I Yerby' Time of Peace-Ben Ames I A SMALI. DEPOSIt |[ e" ,'p g ee end [and d-n~ht~r r'~.~,~ a.. ,.e "- ] ect-to beautify the Wright Denny [ SS a e mee.ng ....... ....... +. w --'- ,-~c, . L .. t/with her narents Mr and MI'~ -~+~ .........--.. v. ~ner- |nl~var~n~d mn.v~.ndi~cte ariel ,,v | Williams; ~s xou were-Alexander /0 *--,-,.,~ .,..+, v-.~.~*~o .,--..*,, ' VLA(+PA-i AINY oRDER! n "- - -" : - -- ~: zdan Ave. and Mz's. James O'Roke v:-~ ................... ~o ,,: ......, ....... Woollc~tt" The Golden Bowl Ar- 1 I ...... i/J oh Amhbro.,e at their home Pal |an, .-,,--.o.- - .... - .... .,o lnlsh some playground equipment / Keep West Vlrglma +Green is ,++.,+ ,~.~ ' ...... ,.. /g ~ .... ~, a .. u* .to ~ ynrrayer Ior [,ne LlV zmy Direct and ~ave. |/+hton near town. [w vo A,',~'~,~;7~---~- ~ . |was reported as being well under /'the theme of the 29th annual con Y'~ .j,,~-~e, 7_ _ .. ~ +.- |~ _-. , -- ~ ~unuay oy auto vention of h mg ~m1~e Malsnan -'avorlte ~. pp~,.~,~.~,~.~,~p~,~a,.~,~e,~r~ II ......... i [ A surprise stork shower was giv ]for New'Yor/~Cit,, Guest '-- a~, ]way. [ ' t e West Virginia Gar - ~ "- ; " ' , ._._..._< n nu r 1 ~ I[/on in honor of Mrs. Archie Smith /be- Hotel 51 St ~or s------?~2~- / Mrs. Prober| Ross talked on the ]den Club to be held at the Green- -- .... ~= --~-- ---'-- everal uays I IL r, LUll[ lion Saturday, February 28 at the / Mrs "~1 ~ '_ . "]conservation of our natural re-|brier, Whi,te Sulphur Springs on [] IIIIIIII1~1~1~~ 1 ....... I[home of Mrs. Donald Smith onlerator'~f on~tKer me.owner anq op ~sources and keeping the state |March 29 April 1. The West Virgin I vnone Snepneros town 2-301 ||South Church Street Approxima-I'__ : w lnae~aJo. ~eauty ~nop[green She also discussed the feas |in Garden Club is made up of After ) .. r M m, ...... " . ~ npv ,s in ~ew xor~ Ior private ~ibilit., of the -zo-~se~ i eight districtsthrou hout the r .... Lely it> iriencls were presem 1Ol g, ~. ..* ~. un on of g I >;ake Your Home Your |]the occasion to which refresh- ] {eSrS nsI Us dler M[~d tMl~eS~h:m'ner the different departments of con- jstate of w'i%ich the Shenandoah- l l ~nopping Center... Write |[ments were served and also an t.~ " Y g Cou-]servation |Potomac District is one. 1 or Phone, ~'e'11 Bring San> ~[enjoyable evening was had' Lifters Ior Easter. Mary Ann and ] The flower show practice "Sol- | All federated garden clubs in pies to yod ~ " " j wa me maae me ~rip an ~auca~ion t ute to a Preslden~ m er~mnn