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March 19, 1959

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gPIRIT OF 8.--A JE FFER, 0N rAICMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959 ;on County Jefferson County's first annual scholastic Spelling contests came to a close Friday evening in Shep ~herdstown High School with Rose mary DeLauder, a junior in ~he ~Iarpers Ferry High School as the winner in the senior high school competition. She is the daughter ol Mr. John DeLauder of Harpers Ferry. She defeated in the final round Miss Fanny Weaver of Page Jack.con High School in Charles Town, who received ~he second place award. The ninth grade contest was won by William Clendening, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clenden- ing of Charles Town. He is a stu- den~ in the Charles Town Junior High School. The runner-up in the ninth grade contest was Miss Ludmila Bratina, also of the Char les Town Jumor High School. The eighth grade contest, the first of the three held in S:hep- herdstown, was won by Miss Ka- thy Moler of Harpers Ferry Jun- ior High. Her parenCs are Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moler (ff Harpers Ferry. Second place in the eighth grade contest went to Miss Patsy Grant of the Charles Town Jun- ior High. WANT TO PLEASE THE YOUNGSTERS? SEND EASTER CARDS FOR CHILDREN Colorful Easter e lgs, cute bun. hies, fuzzy baby chicks and ducks . . . all the little.Eastreline characters children love are on Hallmark Cards. Visit us soon and select Hallmark Easter Cards specially designed for the children to send and to receive. 'Buy Your Supply Here Today PHONE 367 CtlARLES TOWN, W. VA. Otheru Receiving Awardq Others receiving awards for ,third and fourth places were: eighth grade-Jeri Clopper, Char- les Town and Pat Buzz]s also of Charles Town; ninth grade-Nancy Ennis of Charles Town and Char les Pleasant, Harpers Ferry; sen- ior high-Robert Skinner, Charles Town and Patsy Rockenbaugh of Harpers Ferry. Champions were awarded loving cups appropriately inscribed. They were presented by Attorney Lee Bushong, representing the Charles Town Kiwanis Club. Prizes were given to the first four winners in each contest by the Powhatan Brass and Iron Co., Nichols and Stuck Drug Store, Moffetts Drug Store, Scott and Whites Drug Store, Blakeley Bank, Bank of Charles Town, Peoples Bank and Nicholas Carson, mayor of Char- les Town. The prizes were award- ed by Dr. James Moler president of the Jefferson County School Principals the sponsoring organi- zation for the Spelling Bees. Dr. Gordon Slonaker, Dean of Shep- herd College, served as referee dur ing ~he final contests Friday ev- ening. Students renresenting their schools in the F~iday contests were: Eighth grade- Kathy. Moler, Becky Alger, Sandra Littleton, Harpers Ferry Jr. High; Kay Shep ard, Mary Ellen Hendricks, Betty Jo Strider, Shephetdstown Junior High; Patsy Grant, Pat Burns, Jane Mullen, Jerl Clop~er, Sally John E: Lowery, Dolores Steeley, David Strider, Ludmila Bratina, William Clendening. David Rey- nolds, Linda Lee Whi~ington, Tommy Crane, Linda Allen, Nan- cy Ennis, Charles Town Junior High; Eleanor Lincoln, Grand View SChool; Joan Underwood, Patricia Taylor, Page Jackson High; T. Helen Kline, Virginia Moler, Shepherdstown High; Char lote Pope, Charles R. Pleasant, Harpers Ferry High. Senior High School-Fanny Wea ver, Mildred Garner, Page Jack- son High; Rosemary DeLauder, Evelyn Ruth Earp, Virginia R. Hardy, Patsy Fk)ckenbaugh, Judy Auvil, Linda Jackson, Harpers Ferry High; Ida Elizabeth Hodges Carol Ann Thatcher, Suellyn Leh- man, Jeff Shultz, Jean Berry, NaG mi Hilliard, Shephez~stown; Rob ert Lorenzo, Robert Skinner, Char ies Town High School. PHONE 159 e WEST Your Car FREE of WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES \ TOWN, W. / l!!i ONLY EHGI.AI4DER Twin or Full :Size Just thinkt Englander's Properst ensemble . . . 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