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i' i!? ~ ~ ~ !~::i~i ~iii j i Mrs. O. S. Bloom, (left) of Ran Convention from the Charles son, is shown above receiving con Town Won a s C b ~ re vice- gratulations from Mrs. James president ~ s.D. [ene ,, chair- Watson, president of the Charles man of thq Finar ~ C, amittee, Town Woman's Club on being Mrs. Sterli : Ter ~y, aairman named the Outstanding Woman of the Welt 'e, M]Re] igh She- in Public Affairs for the Eastern ffer, Chain n of ent~ Health, District of West Virginia at the Mrs. Itugh in, I~. F. L. Bush West Virginia Federation of Wo- ong, and Mrs. Catherine Childs, men's Clubs at their 55th annual members of the club, Mrs. Bush- convention held at the Green- ong being a Charter merhber of brier tIotel in White Sulphur the Club. Springs. In receiving the citation Theme of the convention was Mrs. Bloom, a former president 'Sharing in West Virginia's Fut- of the Charles Town Woman s ure, many outstanding speakers Club and also president of the i and exhibits carried out this Eastern District of W. Va., was theme; Program Personalities congratulated and thanked for iwere: Miss Rosalina V. Arzadon, meritorious service in the field[President of Hawaii Federation of public affairs by giving her l of Women's Clubs, Mrs. Harold unselfish contributions of time iM. Brown, President of the State and talent to her Community, herI of Vermont Federation, Mrs. Lou state and country. The citation lise Bushnell, Program Director was presented by State President[for Women's Organizations for Mrs. John F. McCuskey. Mrs. I the National Association of Man- Bloom was nominated by the [ufacturer, Judge Walter Scott Charles Town, Martinsburg, Her-[Criswell, Jacksonville, Florida, pers Ferry and Petersburg clubs. ]Lawrence G. Derthick, 14th U. S. Mrs. John Skinner, a member[Commissioner of Education. Her- of the Senior Woman s Club had I old M. Kerr, associate professor the honor of serving the State I of Socialogy at West Virginia Federation as Chairman of the[University; Judge Arlos J. Her- Fine Arts Department and was re ]bert, Harrison County Juvenile sponsible for setting up a lovely [ Court, and Mrs. E. Lee Ozbirn, In Art Exhibit for the State at the [ternational President of the Gen Greenbrier. er Federation of Women s Club Other members attending th~ Washington, D. C~ Mr. and Mrs' Lee AIIqm Marsha!t , $ ay a er on marked aspec children, Mr. Lee Marshall, Mrs ial event in the lives of Mr. and i Mary Brown and Mrs. Emily Bell. Mrs. L. Allen Marshall of the ]They also have four grandchild- Brown's Shop section of Jeffer-lren, Susan Reed Bell, a granddau son county as they were honoredI~ghter received the guests wearing on their Golden Wedding anniver [her grandmothers wedding dress. sary by their children at the I Ann Ellen Bell also a granddau- home of Mr. and Mrs. David Bell tghter served punch near Leetown. [ Mrs. Duval Bromley of Wash- Mrs. Marshall, the former Car-Jington, D. C. served the brides ey Alice Bromley and Mr. Mar-I cake while Mary Paul Marshall, shall were married March 9, 1911 ]another granddaughter, had char in Ridgeway, W. Va. They both lge oi~ ~he [guest book which was were natiVes of Frederick County i the same used 50 years ago at the but have spent most of their mar- I wedding Quite a few guests sign- tied life in Jefferson County ling the second time. They are the parents of three l The house was decorated wi'th ~~lyellow spring flowers and can- III dles. ~g'~TTAl:}l~ l~A'l~Tl-~l? I Immediately preceding the iO~u~--~x~,a:J J]z-~x,qx.:L~ Open House Mrs. Lee Marshall, I Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Bell served B A R D A N E [a luncheon for the immediate COMMUNITY CENTER I family. Guest numbering 65 in- ~-, .~ --, .~ P, ~r,,~. |eluding relatives and friends l rmay, 2kprll G lYDlIfrm Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Win .~.... ~. ..~ I chester and other places called ~l..~ ][~er [Person I during the afternoon. Mr. and - |Mrs. Marshall received many love 9:00 -MU2SI: B~idnight l ly presents and good wishes. SHORTYBILLMYE ]Presbyterians Plan SPONSORED BY [Palm Sunday SerHce , nth .|pffor. an / "Our Welcome To The King" ~--" .'*~'-""-~",%"'" [will be thesermon topic at the urltan 'UIUO. IPresbyterian Church on Palm _ | Sunday, March 26, 1961 at the reg March 23 It LF la A " .'" [u r 11:00 . M. service. At that I I I ~service the sacrament of Baptism Exhilarating Colors... for a refreshing lift. Crisply tailored by Austin-Hill from exciting imported batik fabrics. Trim cut with rear pockets. Available in walking shorts and skirts. I i I IIII II I TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS has a Wide Selection of LADIES CASUAL WEAR. Quality that cannot be excelled anywhere---and at prices none can compare. WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, - - . .. ,,,, ,, ,i i i, Jl W. VA. i Telephone Your News to 222 IMrs. New Viq Smith services an invitation is extended Mrs. F. E. Brenneman of South to join with Episcopalians. Samuel Street is a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital, Congo Missionaries having undergone a major operat- ion there on Tuesday of this week Mr. and Mrs Norman t2,. John.~on and young son. They returned to their home in Baltimore, Md. Sun (lay night. Timmy and Dawn Sheller spent the weekend with their grandpar. ents Mr. anti Mrs. Toni Kemp Ran son. Mrs. Mabel ttarding, Mrs. Aud. rey Manuel and son, Mr. and Mrs. William Gift and two daughters Mr. and Mrs. Minor Wil~on and daughter Daisy, Mrs. Marie Wil. son and son Tony visited Mr. How ard Ashwood and l~frs. Ann Clem,~,~ Ranson during last week. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 6--A THURSDAY, MARCH 23, chairman, Audrey McCarty in Announce charge of the program. The meeting was called to or- der at8 o'clock by Senior Regent, MiSS N0r~ Eo Mrs. Bessie Tumblin. After the Four-Fold Declaration and roll call the Co-Workers proceeded TO IM. Lee Allen with the enrollment of one new Co-Worker into the defending cir elf. The new Co-Worker was ad. dressed and welcomed into the To Sp Chapter by chairman Audrey Mc IMl[f Show Movies ....., Edgar Griffith, who has been a Mr and Mrs Howard Shreck Carty lit ki_zL_J_~_lt ~L ....L patien.t in K!ngs Daughters Hos7 and Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Peer The Chapter adjourned to meet Mrs. C. Manning Smith, who AI ~]'noal~]" I, nur[n p~tal m ~wartmso.urg ~or mepast were dinner guests with their again Tuesday, March 28th at has long been active in garden __ several weeks is reportea as aunt Mrs. Frances 3anney in Hag- eight o'clock for the regular bus club and civic work in CharlesOn Friday evening of this oemg mucn )mprove~ anu may erstown, Md. this past Sunday the iness meeting Town and Jefferson County, was .. De aole to return to hiS nome on occasion " ^s in ~He~--':-n ~e " . . , . week March 24, the r[ev.and r~~-'r~nn Awn ....... * .-.~1~ .. ~. wa~ . ce oz-atm uz After the meeting rezrenments elected second vice-president of ', . . . ,~e .......... uv ,ex~ w ..... o ar" " Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Mlssmnarms ......... . .... n w a s olrmaay, of salad, crackers, salted nuts, the West Virginia Garden Clubs recently returned from the Bel-I w~,anu ~rs,~-~am. ursmz, ~r. Mrs. Howard Ashwood, Ranson cake and coffee were served by Tuesday at their annual conven- and Mrs donn r'almlerl ana ~vlr tion being held at the Greenbriar gian Coongo, will speak and show .~n a~..:" ~,r_~.^.. r,_^_ ~ .... ,:: returned home from the Charles chairman, Audrey McCarty and pictures at the Methodist Church. ?;'~ Y; ..... ='~L" ~_~" ?'~*~ ~o Town General Hospital, March 16 her committee. I spent~unuay wire /yllSS Dallas Ma n die Set[ narrlsourg ra ~unaay ana ~]1 ~er N] ]1I ~r0 ram .. morea ~rom an apartment into ~,_ _,Htel' White|n0ly weeKSUlphurSprings, W. end ~x~x. x' x:~l~,ou~ ~vx~lt$' v~/-l~u~ zvz The evening will start with a . ._ ". .: ...... having been there since March 7 Va. ,, ,, spent me uay with ~ar ana ~rs - covered-d~sh droner at 6:30 P .......... ". ." and at the present she is not too k4^ml.,.,~ I ^,,-d ~ll.m,~R ,, ,, .~loert ursm~ wno just recenuy Mrs. Smith, along with Mrs. M. The idea of a "covered-dish _ . ' .... well, While in the hospital she re IVl~lllU~l~ LULal ~UIIIOII Leeds K. Riely, Miss Peggy An- is to bring enough food for those .... ceived word that her uncle Mr. ~ ~ , ~ ,, derson, Charles Town and Mrs. tI. who come with you. Friends are mezr new nose. Bartley Coleman, Dundalk, id. ~|U0 a~' ~,onvem|on H Williams of Shepherdstown,codr ialyt invited to attend .... Those ~r and Mr~ Marshall Wilson was- a surgical" patient in a.Bal- represented clubs in this county unable to attend the dinner Jr. near town, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- timore Itospital. The following members of the at the convention, should feel free to come for the shall Wilson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Moore Charles Town Woman s Club are Other officers elected were Missionary Program at about ~rnest ~lusner ~r. ann dames of Richmond, Va. have been visit l attending the 55th annual con-, ......... Mrs. C. R. Mobiey Jr. Huntington 7:30 P. M Rex,. and Mrs. Jones ~!usner, flir. ann yirs. ~rnest ing their mother Mrs. Robert B. [vent[on of the West Virginia Fed l~tt~ ~o~.~ ~. President; Mrs. Ralph Schmitz, are fine speakers anti will have ~lusner ~r.ana aaugnter ~ali o~ Wright who will accompany them I fret[on of Woman s Club held at Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Vienna, first vice president; Mrs. the latest news of the Congo, at ,Leeto.wn ann ~lrs. aune ~onrer o~ back to Richmond for a little vis I the Greenbrier Hotel at White of Summit Point, this i Ralph Hughes, Bluefield, corres- least, as far as the missionary ef- Marunsourg were ironer guests it. [Sulphur Springs, March 16-18.nounced the engagement { ponding secretary; Mrs. G. R. feet is concerned, the public is of r~r. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer, M-s ~r~,o;,~u xxmo~., r.., ..... I Mrs O S Bloom, Eastern Dis.daughter, Nora Ellen to . " &~ JJ~L~LAOIIOLll iV ll~*Oll, ~U(St~/Wll , " " , Hammer, Elkins, recording ~cre melted. B~g Pool, Md. on Sunday. viio,en r,,,,...,~.,,,.. ,. ~ .... .~ ,r.~.. .u ... .. trmt president; Mrs James E Lee Allen Drlsh, son of tary; and Mrs. Earl B. Griffee, " ~, ! Calvin Adams and family mov- ard~Asl~:wood, ......... Ranson.'*"" ............ w J Watson, Jr. president of the. Mrs.. Louis. Drish. of "~ Charles Town Club; Miss Chms-Post. Mms Cheshire, a Charleston, treasurer. The above **1 ...... I,,, I~_L,.~-,I ed on Tuesday to the residence M a ......... officers were installed at the ~1~[U~)411115111 i~llll$ltg~l formerly owned by Mr. and r'ndnaon~o~S's~alpn ~iOlaSWOr-It[he Childs and Mrs. F. L. Bush- of Charles Town High Sch, grand banquet Tuesday night. ~, ..... IL_ ~a_al__J.,_x_ Joe Smith on Blakeley Place. Mr, y _ ~ _ !ver prm long These ladies left on Wednes- Class of 1960 is attend~ The new president appointed ~erll[~il rot M~lll~0|~l~ Adams is assistant manager of :2 ,. '" [ day" afternoon, ryla d Me " al . Mrs. Riely and Mrs. Richard Hart ~ t e, t ~. I Leggett s Department Store in ~ussetl. Another groun which left this School in Hagerstown, Md, of Charles Town as co-chairmen rail ~un(~y Iq0rnlng Charles Town. , ~ ."-~"~-'-~"-~. morning were Mrs. John C. Skin- Private Drish is with tI of Judges and Flower Show ,rho t~harl.~ Town MethodistI Mrs. Edna Cooper of Lancaster, Lawson I~I~I~S ~n~l)~er I ner, state fine arts chairman; ted States Army at Fort 13 Schools committee. Mrs. Smith ............ r - ,ho n,,hZle t. it~ Palm Pa. and httle granddaughter Deb ]Mrs. D. M. Henesy, first vlce-pres Ga. has been very active in the work ~,,.~. x~.~ni.o W-rhin Ser ble Hackman of Lititiz, Pa visi- U^l.i k4...,K k4. &.---- I ldent of the Charles Town Club; rob. ~,o&~i.o ~,tn take ...... ~ .......... ~' .... " ' '" !1 I ....................... of the W. Va. Garden Club for vi,.,~ nr moh~,-a T .~hnH th,~ ted this past weekend wzth the ~ U MG]L|| ~'~||||~ [Mrs. Sterhng Tenney, Mrs. Hugh Saturday March 25 at the several years and was the first minist~rl will preaeh on the sui~ formers sister Mr. and Mrs. Char- The Lawson Botts Cha:terU [Via and Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer. sit Point Baptist C'hureh ,, ,, les r'eer anu Mr ana mrs now *" m chairman of the State Memorial ject, Jerusalem Entered The ..... : ' "D C held the March see" "t , Gardens Committee. o..~),.~on c,~,,i,,,, ann Junior ara unrecK also zriends Mrs. Joe m" ". . . ' ung on k4.,.,. .,.,ll^ DI, J.^J I Friends and relatives ar~ C"l~o~rs'~ill s~ngVspecial' anthems Sager and daughter. ~iu~aa~ii~teryO~tnouM~r~r~4,C19:l IVtl~ JOVlllC IlC:UyCU t ted. A reception will follo~ will be administered to infants relating to Palm Sunday. The Miss Pat Bowers of Madison les ~ T~..--~ ..... " .... " .... ;-" ~" t" t n ~, , , Ichurch. and little children. Special music Service starts at 11:00 A.M. College, Harrisonburg, accompan Gar(~nerw~eO~oslesses*~o's(;ieZen |0 rrencn n0n0r 50Clelyl --'. by the three choirs of the church Prior to the Worship Serviceted by two college friends, Miss members Mrs Harr Puster re I Sons of Confederate Vetl will include "Hosanna! Be The there will be Sunday School Dorothy aouckes and Miss Rober sided in the abseno-Yof ~r,~ P~L ~'ae~ V|~n|nl:l ]|n|v~,~el~ I To Meet A:t CommullitJ Children's Song" by the Primary Choir, "tIosanna? Blessed Is He where there are classes for all ta Isabelle spent last weekend at eb Burns a m,~,~-:-~ ,.;~:~'~ ~,"-'0 vv~,.~u vnn~mnnuu vnnnv~,n$|u$ n ..... ages In the evening at 6:30 P. M. the home of her parents Mr. and r,~a h,, ~,',[~ ~,'~'-'~"~'-~'-~-~'--~---~ ........... I ~enter, marcn z~tn. That Comes" by the Junior Choir -- " ......... o ^.,o.~.. v ....... ~......j ...... x~aviu ~utz lu mezzz tVllSS Mary LOUISe ~aVllle, (lau-i the Junior nlgnersanu aenlor ~zz~..~u~,,, ~,owez~ or" of the last member h ....... " ------ " " . . " y w o pass gmer o~ ~wr anu ~v~rs J E Sa- The Henr Kyd Dougla~ and "Draw Night to Thy Jeru~al- Highers which usually have their Mr Howard Ashwood, Ranson ed awe-, on March = Mr ............... .: ....." ": ",, l- ~ --Y - - - ,~et em" by the Adult Choir. Friends .......... o--'h'-- - : ...... ~ o ~. ~eorgewzm was lnltla[e~ wnursaay, ~vzarl~ons oz t:omeaerate * own meungs, Will meet t get el- nau to return to me ooctor on Johnson ch 9 in*" ~-'~ ^~--~-- r~ ...... t .,. ,^~.~ ,t._,. ,,~_^~, II1~ andand allStrangerSother areservicesinVited int thisthe th~s Sund~:s t:f S~oa ,m~?~p~- Tuesday night andes now doctor.I Mrs. Lutz gave a detailed re- Chapter'of l~]'~)e~aS~o,'the=Na*t'-] an~ ~nnerUa~tt t~;'CC'o~' House of the Lord. A nursery for turf, ~_iat _ _ y - ~ !rig tor spasm ot me muscles, [ port of the financial standing oftonal French honor society. [ Center at Bardane, Tuesdg~ euto ~alm ~uncmy.. ...... I baCK anu sine. [this chapter and Miss Baylor re- Miss Saville who is a senior at lch 28th at 6"30 P M little children will be provided., on ~nursaay. eveml~g: mceei~rna [ Mr. and Mrs. Rodman J. Zilen- I ported on the flower fund. West Virginia University is ma-I Host members~ ~Ierle a~ hOly ~ommunlon w i be zz ........ I "ger and daughters Gaye and[ The April meeting was announ luring in Elementary Education lChairman Emote Kable, :spect " a ",~ ..... tea m a service starting, t 7. b ISusan of Hartsdale, N Y are ws red and Mrs R E L Metz of with a concentration in French Iman League, W P C peff,, P. M. Therewi9 be two orning I Ring Mrs. Zilenziger's pa :ents Mr. Berryville was "present to tell Prior to this year Miss say[he I eph Thompson, :lames'W. Sel ices at Zion Services on ~aster; one at ~'ou ~ --~ Mr -elan~ Shu r .... i ber ..... - " - e .... 0 A M " " t aztu s. L a ga t at tne r mem s now to nnd ner home was enrolled at Madison CollegelMelvin T. Strider and Ge$ ~a. ana on at /l:u home on South Samuel Street. for the April meeting on Tuesday at Harrisonburg, Va. I Crim. _. Holy Week~ Church will ~ I Campbell Ambrose, son of Mr the llth. The Metz home is the - start with the services of Holy hanhard inwn hnlr land Mrs John Ambrose has re" last house on Treadwell Street " Communion at eight and eleven ~"'~ .................. [turned to Greenbrier Military and Mrs. Metz says she hopes the .r~ TI o'clock on Palm Sunday, March Palm (llna~v P,o,,ram [School, Lewisburg, W Va where members will have no difficulty I ll ~ i On Monday the Women of the Church will observe a Quiet Day OI IIC ~O A CC IM' beginning with a service in the Clmrch beginning at 10:30 a. m. Seven Last Words of Christ on [haMmr'araendhMr;roF~rp::enWtsil~g~ the speaker and a'group of Farm ~1~ II. ~1~ ][~ ~/~ ~ ~ J J I I1 I~ Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 Palm Sunday afternoon, March [daughter born Friday, March women to points of interest in the ..... in the Church, the last of the 26 at the church at 4 p.m. 117th in the Charlo~ Town a,~o~ Brlhsh Isles- the passion play at weekly Lenten Services. This ser- Members of the choir are Miss ta1 Hosnital rtnnso'~ ........... " Oberamergan and traveling back ~ ~ Plr~Tlrlr~ " "It ...... ,al vice will be conducted by the Rev Louise Hebb, Mrs. William B. Sny [ Mr and' Mr;~Donald Cla ett home by a different route to see24.1 ~nr~ xnv]tes You to l)lp~ ............. 1| ~...~ ~ g as much as could be seen in a Temple G. Wheeler, who will Qer, lyllSS t~arol wayne ha, ,u~u ~. ..... :- .. . . i "" "-~-- ~;oo; .... Xr so"ra ]t~rown, ,*lo rloningsworm Place, nlanned tour ..... ._. make the address. ~rs. o~.. ,-,-,~,,,s~, o. ~, - . ........ .. . t wmcnester, va are tne proud T ll" The customary Maundy Thur~- no; Miss Pauline Hill, Mrs. Ray-parents of a dau" hter Wend[ Ga The hostess served a very at- and Enjoy The : day service of Holy Communion mond Arnett and Miss Orma Speg ....... g ........ Y, tractive plate of salad and potato .r., ,Pk,~.-- P.d'll~l O4-~a~ ....... .,.,,.__ .,__ , oorn aaarcn xa m me wmcnester chi"s with an asso-*'-'-" -" .... I" H ~LL~L- ~L-I[I~ ~L~~ will be observed in the Church into; btantey ~ye, wlttla[tt rtezt- xr~ ~ .... iai T..T,~t,r,~,~-,1 ~IT" -- P [t|llll?o UI. I~/t~l~.:l'k- l~, . Va. i1~'lll~llal .I..LU~2*~IL~I.I, VV lncnes- , beginning at seven forty five drlcks and H. Max Derr, Jr. bass. t ......... ers and coffe and mints. A pleas- ~ er,va Mr ~rown is me son ot Thursday evening. The Good Fri- Mr. Harry Loudoun is the organ- ~.. ,~; ~ .. . .. ant afternoon was enjoyed by all ~ l.,,.r~,h,~,, ~,~-,r,a~! ][~ day service this year will be held [st-director.' Mrs. Frances Hart- ~" .... l.aays ~rown ~wrs. present. ~u~t~uH ,a~Jtv~u ~- ~srown zs me ~ormer ~lSS t~etty from twelve to one-one hour only man alto, Mr Herbert Wfldeboor, . ~ '~ ~ ..~r " -= - ~" x bar[ Ann Price daughter of Mr and I.* ^. ,, ,, ~vz, 11:4'5 to 2:30 P. and not the customary three hour service. The Rev. John Q. Beck- ~ennrw~l~aas~rt ~rerYeg~er'choir Mrs. George Price all Of Charles w en or ~oose nave A with will conduct and preach at in the presentation of the canta- wn. ,,, . -.. ,. -- ~ ta I Mr and Mrs. Nelson Peer of ' both the Holy Thursday and Good Soloists will be Mrs Sn der Harrisonburg, Va visited their ~ g g S D I N N E R S Friday services. " Y .... :i In these solemn services dur- and Mrs. Grissinger, sopranos; parents Mr. and Mrs. Orsml and Charles Town Chapter Number , Mr Wlldeboor tenor and Mr Es Mr and Mrs Peer this past week ing Holy Week-the week rum- . " , ; " -1028 of the Women of the Moose Tlh-~]~llq[~D~f~'~T ~'----,.. I7"....... ]~eI~ meriting the crucifixion of Our sex and Mr. Hendricks, baritone. held their Moosehaven Chapter , Lord--all Christians desire to pay .----- ----------- i Spending the weekend with his Night Program at the Moose T.I-gVIMh-~T ~.P./'t +-- O.~ D ~, special homage to Him. To these USE THE CLASSIFIEDS mother Mrs. Irene Johnson were Home Tuesday, March 14 with J~tvxx~x~ ~.w tu o.vv Xo BE SURE TO TRY OUR Altona Sugar-Cured and Smoked tl If the first man in space is from Jefferson County, the thing he will miss most is his happy association with the Bank of Charles Town. But he won't have a worry in the outer-world because he'll probably have American Express Travellers Checks he got here before he left'-they are good anywhere, you know. Have you got your Travellers Checks for your trip to the beach- or to the stars? Buy them here, where you have always found com- plete and satisfying banking services. ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Receptions Banquets FOR RESERVATIONS Grou Call Charles Town With Beautiful WALLPAPERS From Easy Selection From 200 PATTERNS ON THE Also Many Books, Including Imperial Schumacher, & Walltex. We Stock Super Kern.Tone, Lawrence & ing Paints-- Both Inside & Out. i Bowers Paint & Wallpaper store 27 Years .~t 121 N. Charles St. Charles Town, W, Drop In! Ask For Tom or Mildred Lennon Tel. New Store Hours: 8 to 5:30 Mort., Tues., Wed., Thurs.