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TWO SECTIONS LATEST IN LOCAL, AREA SPORTS -- COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISEMENTS SIXTEEN PAGES LOCAL NEWS -- PICTURES WEDDINGS -- SOCIETY CLASSIFIED ADS 1844 .... The Newspaper Charles Tow n And Ranson Grew Up With .... 1966 102 NO. 13 Business-News Dept. - Dial 725-2046 or 2047 CHARLES TOWN, Jefferson County, W. VA. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper PRICE 10 CENTS . l Camp Of!ering Stock To I Of Red I Th Charle~"~o~ Ju H hiMOre FruIt GrOwe IH' , I e s own nior ig a, Be School auditorium will be the == I scen^ ^t a "arade of "ulchritude/ .... I The annual fund drive of the[ 1 l 1 ~ u, v ~, t Tne ooaru oz oirectors of tnel Jefferson County Red Cross/ I . I I Friday night at 7:45 as 30 lovely[ Tri-County Labor camp, located] Chanter i~ la~in~ badly the] y girls vie for the honor of being/ in Berkeley County, decided at a/,h.Z, .... - ~ o )~'~..,.~,.o/ 1 _ _ __ named as "Queen of Charna." in] meeting held last week to make[ were~l~l Mon~lav l~I'arc~"2l=Ol~v] @q of the Kiwanis Club , .. . L, a. beauty contest sponsorea, oy/ the camp facilities and Summer/ the Rev.- Allen Bartlett b ar l/ ~ I _ Town today announced ...................... MarnllSDUra Mall. me ~ana x~oosters ~lUO ot ~,nar-/ laoor supply available to possibly| c'hai_ rman. To ...... data nnl.v __boa' .... ut 30-1 [ for a free Easter E Hunt " ,~..u,,:. . [ more trUlt growers oz me area,[ , gg " " f en . . . percent of the Chapters 1966 / held Saturda A ril 9 at " . An interesting program o. "/by making it possible for them to/~, ~, .f .~ ~ h .n c / a. m. at the ~har~s Town Son InluredIn term!nmen~ .nas oeen. l!ne.a up purchase stock in the camp if[ gavl ~$~:2, hapo%~e~ r?oh~d~[ ,. u .. . = I The 36.member county-wide I ican Legion Field Children I ..... ]ann It .Will oe. presenteu in De-] they so desire. [ buttons reoorted to date amount[ W. va. armrnev enerm I Economic Development committ-[. " * tween tne various stages ot me " - ............... ,w ...... Charles Town -Ranson area I A,.,-.I,.nl, We in,,,edmu I / Carlton Hehle, of Charles Town[ to only $2,035 58 l ] ee named only two weeks ago by [ 3 through 10 years of age I Ibltt,1,,lUl~H1 IT~UfllIN~=UUJ [ beauty judging_ .... [ director of the camp, said the[ And with' ti~is" ren~ort the board[ T. D. C...l... PL.,',I.,, ] the Jefferson County Court, held I Vited to participate I I ~r.s. games ~nyaer .Will sere] directors in discussing the laborI called uvon all drive workers to[ 1U D~ ,,l[$1~{lltC| ~lIGlllg~ [ it's first meeting Wednesday [ hunt ,.m ~o m,,~n ;.~.[ tear,, T~ ~9~ . ~a~. Ias mlstressotceremonms mr me] supply needed each Summer to] comnlete their canvassiw, and] -- I night in the Circuit Court roomI ....... ,,,,-.,.,,.,..,w - " ~ ........-', -~, " ...... " a eant, wlm mrs w IJ waggy, "- " divisions- I tinsburg, a truck driver and his I P~, ..... ,..,,~, :.~a'To~o rZ.~,/ harvest the peach and apple crops[ make reports so that a clearer I TNwn Cammpn#mpnt I of the Jefferson County CourtI 'isi-- ~ " ........ ~ ~ ........................ I ....... s o~ v ..................... "1 in the area, aeciaed to give morel nicture of where the drive act I .......................... I House And after listening to I un " " Wnlluren zL '~ ~ I '~e~"um" ~u"' r~n"uY' ~un~nmeu, cely as guitarist." " / " ![" i1 " ] o .... . . . fruit growers of the area an appor uall stands can be obtained ~.~,:o. ~ .... ,~...~: ...~ ............... ~ Rene V. Zabeau, of Clarksburg, f age. minor lnjurxes about 5.45 Wed- The 30 lovely girls will parade Y :~h+. ~!~~: ~'~i~ ~ " q .... tunlty to protect themselves again The rest natio ~:~:~v~ ": :P'4 :!:~ " ................. ::~:l:&q:'::: "::: 1 ~ *~ field coordinator for the Econo- -~ ...... ~ ,,,~,~ ........ a ....... before the judges .as ~ slon II - Children 6, 7 & nesday afternoon in a truck accl- ' the Charles - . ~ g n of G. L. Shu- ~,~:~:~::~:::,.:~,: ....... :~::~:::~:~ ~ . . st a possible shortage th~s Sum maker as treasurer of the Chan:~:~::: ~:;~ mic Development Administration 'i'~o~eJII - Children 9 &l ~oute '9, near"Mecl~anics~owr~tate [T~v: 2ulghb:rana~Pl~aSaen, ll~PrPo[ mer and Fa!l, by having, themI ter, effective June 30, was alsoI iii~!~:~~ I of the U. S; Department of Com. I s -, -~^ I ........ " o. I ....... / oecome a part ot me camp s operl announced and was accented I :i~:?~~ I merce, explain proceoures mat I ~_?~e.. ...... I _ ~_naries Town ~tate.'lTooper.m. "April FOolin'" of me juoges/ations. And to make the campl with regret - ' "---- I I must be followed to obtain Fed-] . prizes wnI oe awaraeu m iVl. Davisson said me ooy ann nis when this bevy of beauties passes .... ~ " , :~:~:~:: !'~::~::.:~ . xision to chila,'-n ,.m.~,l,o,~........ 0_a ~. .............. [ ........... ] facihtles available to more grow-] Reports on a Mother s Aid[ !::::~': ~;':i~ I eral financial assistance for a coul "c-~--^~--~:;'-:%"T2Ls-I ..... : ~=?~*:,,~%-=~q ~y~-~,o-~ i oy mem. Aria wnzle mey are ae-I ers, the directors voted to offerI Course which the Extension Ser-I~ii::':! ~ I nty economic development pro-I s for"~e ~un~Zav~ul~e~e~n I ~Veerer~:?~es~ ?(a[nen~aries "x~own i .batin.g the f!rs~ ,,groupm eliminat-] a number of shares of stock inI vice of the Chapter is sponsoring[ i~:ii::~ I gram, they proceeded to set the | z p a u ater releas ions in me 3uuglng Tne ~pect th am eres i m ion 1 *- *~.^ ~, .............. I . "I , . "l e c p to int ted fruit growl for -irls 9 ,,ears of a~,- and ,,~1 *::!!:i!~%~ I necessary machinery n or' I .,;o ~,,~.~,w~m~ ,~=uu uy I eu. I res," a musical group wih present[ ers who are not now participatingl .... ~ ~ .... a~.a ~, .... ~'~ ~. v~.lii:~:~: l~~:~ and to discuss a plan of action "~; BankZ tmarlesnfCharl.TwnT.wnana I Trooper Davlsson" said" the accl" I s.ome ente.rta .nlng"" music. The] in" the camps' program. "[ --~'~nortedS''"that "'"N Clark'~ ""~Furr"" .... has]"~::~;::i ~::'~~ [ The first' act of the group was" ] -- , zlrst ellmlnauon will cut me ,~ haw-~'~]~'~'~ol dent occurred when the truck l ........ ~] Only those fruit growers whoI tauzht a class "of advanced Biol~] !~!~i~:i I to formally organize by naming] .................... . . group ~o 21 girls ann me seeona o tuck in the ca ,i - . . . i:~-:i.~ ~ ~:~:~;~.~ : s Club by Mr George [ which Emory was driving skidded ~ ...... = .,, ..... ,. wn s ...... mp have inI ogy students a course in first aid[ :i~;~!:.~'~ I an elght-member board of dtrect-I of n ~ n ~ " el. ..... I _ .~_ _,: ......................... I u.~ ~%.~o. ;.=..~. a ~,~ .~1 tne past oeen engmie to uraw on I and 19 students were issued certii-I :;!:~:~:~~'. I ors and electing officers. Named| LEE GRUBER and ""Peon~es "~,,,~',~'~-~[ vn ~n,~pp~L~ ~ay.we~.~.~ut I Katie ~acmorn, accompaniea ?.Yl the camp's seasonal labor supply I ficates-It was reported that Miss[ ii::::::!i::!i~~ [ as directors were: Conrad Ham-I~ ~tfi~ ,m of a countv-wide ~- ~...~-v-~ ~. ~. ~ ~.~, ..,. o~..~,. =. ~,,,~=.,, Lau uorse me UG es Will " ...::~::~ ......... '~: ..... ,~ ....... ~ --r, ,~ Town. [ ment and overturned on the road, I havxathe 15 Y'irls w2~ ~ve surl-[ and makeouse, of the housing; a. member .of ~e faculty [ ~: I mann, Edward Braxtoon; :, ll-/development committee which tklWanls Club's Bo s n N char were r f o ..,.~s-,s -..~...~.~o .,-,,,,=~,,e ,~ ~,,~ of unarm Town Pllgn ~cnool nao u~eu --,ma.,~, .~uw...~ =... , n as one Nex " y a dI o ges p e erred in the l vived tho first two rounds tol .... ~ I ....... 11 / ........... wa.~:.:~/Jefferson Cou ty h d . t ommittee is in charge of [ accident. Damage to the truck, I como back for another look Then[ ~";'-'~'. ....... [ also taught a class in nrst aidI ~~:~!~il ] ~oD.ert t=aln_14ee ti.ug~,_. ~ .... I he said is a definite plan of action tngements. ~ was extensive. I ~,o :, ....... m h .... * t- ten and[ t/eme sam trult growers inter- [ wire an stuoents being issuea cer-I [ ~avme anu t~mrence wr~gm. / by this committee. ' ~.,~ ~-,.-v ---- ~ ~=~ ~ -, e " e o in " " " I .........=,~. ,~.... ~ .... ~.~.,~1 sted in b c m g a part of the l tlflcates. / / Following the meeting of thel '~h,~ nronosed action nroaram,~ - ~,,ea ~ve w~,, ~,,e .,.,.=. ~,~*..s cam throu h the r Re orts e i " : ~::::" ....... ~'" ~" ~ ~ ~' . . pg pu chase of p w re g ven in regard /~.:~:~:~: general committee membership, led War To Space Age [~,o,~o,,,, ~o ..... e, .... h,,![ tuck sho d contact h,m at 390, I to the s ow disaster, the summe~ I /the directors met and elected Lee[,n tho ~ud~ement ~ county toad. I C ' picked from the last five. Donald s ul " n .... ~'~!~!~i~ ' Zabeau stated, should represent l VdZ:Y~:.';:~,.~.'L%~.:;..~ZZ'~.~ I Charles Town, via letter and he I water program, Junior Red Crossl ~'~7"::I I Gruber as chairman; Robert Cain ] ers"gro'(ec~best aisle to imp'rove /"."_~.Z" "2.`o ........ s-~..ys ....... "1 will provide the necessary infor-I the Shenandoah Council meeting[ C. DONALD ROBERTSON /as vice-chairman; and Edward/.,_ ,y2... ..... =, ..... .= _~ ..... ~ ..... 1~10, Will crown me winner, matt h " n " - " "S toe county s ecuuuun~: status, thUS I_ [ ,,.,., ..... .I on on t e stock and how tl,a d home servace and volunteerl C Donald Rebertson Att0rnevlSavllle as secretary. Gruber i /, rovidin,, the communit,, ada- m y be obtained I service mann er of the Potomac Edison bl r[~lllUe~ lwvm~IH 1.~ lnounced today are: Tuna Barronll .]General for the state of West/.. g , _ ~.. }~_' =,__]itiopal services, and at the same ...... ]lml~ll I~ I T.t~d~ f~a~nn .]'an C!.lnnn~v/ " -IVir~,inia will be the m~eaker for/uompanys taemues m ~'nar~es/tim~ heln ~,~ reducin~ the con. =" .... " "" .... , ....... "~'--' ' "coun 's .... ~" "" " " -- l A l I I [ I I Stephanie Clopper, Mary Lee[ ~,=~L .... ~ ..... ll ~ .... .It_ _ /the annual commence-~ent exer-/Town and Seville is the ty [ ntr's unemplo~ment level. n~l~g~lM[ | -lll~t~4~ I~[~ U~l~lll I Demory, Martha Evans, Jeannie I ~111"[['t[lm~ 1 _l[l|lnl[lll 1 _Jll|nT~! lcises to be held June 2, at Charles/ extensmn, agent. .... / Jefferson County became eligi. ||U|~[II tl[[I~ [i ~[i r"l[~ ]Iv |Gruber, Paulette Henderson, I 1 q~I~||IItMIV ~IWUl|IUtlllu VtWIUI|IIL| lTown High School it was annunc!, "me mr eeto mso u~scussea~ ble for Federa! assistance for an l~lml I~$~11111 11 /~lBl I1~ I BetW Jenkins, Angle Lloyd, Kar-I ......... _ _ _ ~ led last week by Heroert t~ottrili, i orderly a.rta* m~ormal|y, w~mouti eeonomic develoument l~ro~ram, II A , l~l ill -- len MarCus, Mari Paul Marshall, I ~_.=,.J____ Ill..L-- II1.~.- II..--L-..lprincipal. I acuon ~el.ng taken, se~enr;~d:rod[ Zabeau said. as the result of the Hal" unl he,u, Rurthdnu |Diane Miller, Connie Moler, D.lu.~rnun u.nnnn~nn muumnur= Although dertrai]Sgfvteh~n ~ol~, jeCtaS W~Conf ~eo~n ,~ S~eralllCountyhavin~atleasta 6-Dercent, lllh;1 .1.Ul-'ml. Ull[lllll l 1 Nichols, Beth Nowell, Carolyn l ~N~llIMIq~ll ~lIMll~,~ llltl llIMllllll l ] encement prog m no . i P ~. . " ~ " i or more, unemployment rate dur- --~1~ ~mlie ~l~ Illlll~ eco lC ev o men ro ram . ~. ~ | Penwell, Linda Pierce, MarshaI = = ml -- alLm == mm. m 1 |completed, indications are that[ =. rto mi~ (1 el p t :p f grt the[ in~ one of the ~a~ three years. ............ - ~ / Pine, Jeanne Ramey, t~ormal ILl------ .~-- n~- ~- ~,-- in A _,- --~ i the attair Will once again be an I one ot mum was sewerage o I This factor qualifies the county ~~~ |Rlekel, Althea Rutherford, ~r, l niilllllr~ Ill _'2qt~lTl~l llll~l]TlrlU [outdoor program. [~ounty's f!ve, municipalities. It/ ~r assistance under the ~iie ~~~/[~llI~~ |~Rt!tlts~erd, Cheryl Starkey, I 1VllVl~l~ IUll~ ~'tllldi~ .J|lq~q@' Iblll~ | . . ~- | was amo deemed that ano th.er] Works~ seet~ of the ~,conoffitc ll~~,~ | Jti~ Solenberger, Berbara Stihm~ I r ~ : ~ : / I[~,~m,,~ ~ ~, I meeting of the airectars w0ma ~../Develo~ei~t :Act of ~1965 , ~l~~l.~ /Diane Stottlemyer, Peggy~ Vick. I .... = --..~ _ .: L.s ........ " ] /1N~1~l lb411~l 1}llUll~ 811 * [ held ~Wed~y e v~n~ A.I~| Any program develol~ed by the ~-~--- I~~~ /ers Becky Ware and Frankiel Tne ~nenanaoan-t'otomac coun- r~a ter!~" r'annanaLe annually. Anal . I 6, at wnich time turmer eonmcmr-I county and atmroved by the Eco- ~~~~ ] Wifmer. | Cil of GardenClubs, two Jeffer: "proce.eas t rom. the_project are] Studvin. Mm' I ation in more det~l, will be given| nomic Develonment Administrat, imp:- - tl~~ / - ~ n son ~ounty uarnen t~lUnS anu usea In preserving me living ms-! ~ .... , I projects suggested for inczuszon/ion must be financed on a match "-~ = I /--. . . ., | one Junior Garden Club of Jeff- tory of old homes and presentlyl_ . - , ~, = l in the program. /in~' 50-~) bas~s Zabeau stated ~z~ tmle Jones# ranll]~ erson County captured some of are being added to the landscap ~ce In New TOll[ E : | n! ........ " ........ -1 ~c I BRIEF D GROUP ]However shoulcl the county or ~ -~~~ " ...... I ' I me nonors awaraeu zor outstana- lUg luna ot me ~eneral Aaam_l[ [ o Ro.bert Cam, ..... superlntendent.of] o,,mm, ~,~ ,. n ingefforts and contributions in Stephen House in Martinsburg. I Joseph P. Christian Jr., of the ~"r~en:~;snh~.fincdeintt p~s~b~e:o /.: |~~~ Ug~itlgluIInl ~llll ~,ll~l~ / thefield of garden club work dur- The Dolly Madison Gardeial Melvin T Strider Co, enrolled I _~unlmpal worgs, tot unarms[ .1:_ z,~a^:.', _^..'2 ..... . .~._ t.~.' " " - light, Ill , ~ in-"h ....... ~""~ -" "~'- -- "~'" ~- " "U-rles Town was _,_^ I -- . " .- -- '. -- - ~ TOWn, woo inluatea me move to~ uae reuet~, guve~,,z~vn~ ~s.~u ,an g ~ e yuaz" ul xuou, ut rue an- wauu oz wua , a~u '~uesoay in me American Aca- Uamm,=hla k~lt~|#tll~ / nual convention of the West Vir- honored with a top award for it'd demy of Funeral Service New / have a.county-wlde_Economlc De- [ akpro~ra,m^ whe~neby iL, wdl)oan umvmwvmuuu~, m,u~ummuvum ~ ....... . ' veLopment t;ommlttee set up ln!t,ze auu,~,,H,tt ~,.,-,,,..,...~ ,,.,~, = , glnla Federation of Garden Clubs beautlflcatmn pro3ect that of[ York Cltv, for a one year course[ ......... ~^.,.., ...... ~.a ,, a~ ...... , .,~ ~::~ [ . - . - / Jetterson uounty, presmecl tor ,,,,,~-~-- ...... . ,, -- I~:. ...... ~ J held last week at the Greenbrler landscaping the grounds of the[in mortuary science ........... ~.,.~ .... ~ ~=t~ ,~ ~ ...... ~ ~oh tne meeung rie tits1; gave me ,~ v , Hotel at White Sulphur Springs new Jefferson County CIVIC Cen U on corn letlon of this course ~l I Ernie Jones, Charles Town " ' " .- '" "[ P P " " group a brief resume of stepseau stated.~ ................ ~~ l~~~ ~High's star basketball player and The Shenandoah Potomac Court- ter and Lll~rary.. ..... ]he will be eligible to take the ,ho~ ho,~ h:~,, ,u ..... a r~,~,, t, [ a ....... ~o,~ ~,t,~,~t. ~.. ~.^ one of the best in this al~ea, was cil of Garden Clubs was awarded The Shenanaoan tiaraen t;lUUI West Virginia examination to :'~ ,=~,,~" ~'~'~,'~'~"~" ~' co~i~ereaV,~,:~=~~="~=m~";;,~: ,~:~,~:~:~:~:~:::~:::::~::,~:::: given honorable mention" when the top prize of $450 In cash by ....... , ...... -] become a licensed funeral direc- committee by the County Court Develonment nrot, ram aro~ ,,~at,~-.. .,~. the All-State Basketball teams ~he SeamrS Roe~c~eCOTmoParnwYh~Ol~ ~enS ;~oW~in~:l~ i~tact~nerV~i~g~ tO~io~dnemtblalm~ri~gethls:tat~ais He then introduced Mr. ~Zabeau, and sewer pro~ra~ns for the ear- tot .l~ were announce.a mlS .. e and .... h.o~ ...... ~,, ~o a.,,,,,,, ........ , ] ...... _~ ......... :.._'~,~,~ . who told the group the first step inks municipalities in tbe county; I week A senior, r~rnie nas oeen a it sponsors eacn year. me tour ~'~" ~."L?'"."" ~" "'7"k"--'; ~2"1 week was wzauue ~t~a,untazx, = .... thewater control ~'::::::::~:~:::*~:*;:~;~::::::::~::':::::~:::::* ..... *::::':~ ::::::~"~ "" "" Ion" ot unarms Town Into a lOVel for county participation In and pollution pro. ~~~::~:~:: u "~::~ [ consistent performer for Coach has attracted visitors from many ......... .Y.I Jefferson County native wno re- Woae,.o, ,,,~a~ variable -r Econ- ~rams" industrial ,~rt-s v.~~. home tor me ramo station It n o Town _ ~ 1 Bill Jordan s. cagers for several states, and brings hundreds of " I ce tly m ved to Charles , ,m~ ~wl,-~ment urn-rams was na~ trainin~ nro~rains etc By DON RENTCH I Mrs Fannie was born near years, tourists to West Virginia and the TURN TO PAGE 8 ~ from Martinsburg. I .......... v.= - ~ .... , ,, . . is so rare as a day'in[Br~sville, Md., on March 25, I ~ ..... I n ~t~ p !1 n1 1865 as Miss Frances Rebecca person who lives 100 Ion " . Rideoutt She was one of two Uoar(I t IT L(lUC~ IIC 'Record Budget Of room rural school near Browns. Bolivar, is regarded as and rare in Jeff- vitle, where she said, she learned the three "R's," reading, writing and some arithmetic and some as Mrs. Fannie is by her host of grand- great grandchildren, grandchildren and celebrated her 101st Friday, March 27, as the guest at a birthday party her home by several the party was but a it was a most enjoyable event for Jeff- good common sense.. [ At the age of 23 she was mar- ! ried to George Twyman, who at the" .time was a farm hand and di( mostly marttml labor. Her rr, 'iage certificate recorded in the Jefferson County Court H e in Charles Town, from where she and her husband ob- tain .'d their marriage license, shows she was born on March 25, 1865, and that she was 23 years old when married, on July 3, 188L. A~ter her marriage, she and her husband took up residence at Halltown and Mr. Twyman se- cured employment in one of the eldest l~ving rest- not only was there cake with candles and but some of her favor- were present. For in- favorite grandson, who lives with, and her, to'ok time out from. limestone quarries nearby. Then be present and have about 1905 Mr. and Mrs. Twyman of her. and their children moved into a cake, topped with frame dwelling ownect by a friend The setting of a tentative bud-IThe program has one more year get for the, operation of Jeffer-I to go in upgrading teachers saI- son County s school system for i aries. Another $10.545 will be the year 1966-67, the making of used to finanee another year of the levy estimate to support the experience for all teachers who proposed budget, acceptance of have not reached the salary max a number of resignations from imum; $3,487 will be used to up- teaching and non.teaching per, grade certificates of teachers; and sonnel and appointment of sev- $25,294, will be used to support eral new teachers, occupied the services from state aid for in- attention of the Jefferson County Board of Education at a special meeting held Monday night, in the board offices. The tentative budget set by the board is another record one, of $1.878.704, up $183,253 over the 1965.66 budget. Of the total budget about 73.4 percent of it will go for instruct- creases in salaries on non-teach. ing personnel and sick leave and Social Security for all employees. The levy estimate supporting the proposed budget will raise $609.263, another $1,001,384 will come from state sources; and $76,10 from Federal sources. TURN TO PAGE 8-A tonal costs, or a sum estimated at candle for every of Mr. Twyman, and 'located at $1,267,705.00, which makes Jeffer- she has lived, was Bolivar Heights. son County the highest in the[ to her by two of her In 1907 Mr. and Mrs. Twyman state percentage-wise for instruct. [ ,eo]~le, Mr and Mrs.I pur ~ased the house, the same tonal costs. | as~, of Harpers Ferry[ one ..he calls home today. Mr. The budget also shows another[ ~e]y black dress which!Twyman died about 15 years a. $4,835 will go for attendance] _= -5 : -- especially for the e- I go, but Mrs Fannie refused to service; $4,575 for health service;[ given a special and at-I give up her l:tome and g0 alld live $110.360 for transportation costsI A few sprinldes early t~ Uch by a lovely whiteI with any of her children She[ which include personal and opera.] morning by e|eartng s.ented to her by Mrs. I says the house on Channey Ave The 60th convention of the Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Mrs. Sterling I S. Bloom, president of the Char- their work in the Cancer Control ~laall of Shepherdstown. I is her home, and she is ~toin~ ~ West Virginia Federation of Tenney, Mrs. H. H Hunter, Mrs. ] les Town Club Monuay night by Program, their report being judg. tional costs; $101,480 for the ope-~ cooler this af*,ern~ma the high ~all arranged the party t live there until she dies - Women's .Club held last week at Laird Marshall, Mrs. Joseph Hen- I Governor Hulett C. Smith. ed the best in the medium mem- ration of school plants including| 46 to 50. of the Charles Town l Durin-her lon-tenur:" of 101 the Greenbrier Hotel at White derson, Mrs. Kenneth Jenkins] The Charles Town dub won bership category, 75-200 members, all personnel services; another| Partly ~ ~ght $69,200 for maintenance of the|with lowest ,in- s Club. I wa~v~ ,,~ ]t~ ~h~ h~ ~tth~.~t~ Sulphur Springs, was a most en- and Mrs. Carl Benton. Mrs. Sam| the award for it's efforts in beau This was the first time the club school plants; $80,200 fixed charg-| creasing 1o WAR TO SPACE Ac-tT...~ ,l l~0-ehildre'n'~'fiv'e", b'o~s~ a"n~cl"~'ive .......... joyable and rewarding affair for an'Skinner'-residentan associateof th-Eas'e--member I ..L=~ uzzcauon-': wor~-'- in ......... ~,nanes-"m-lowil- has ever won a cash prize for es including Social Security and/warmer ~ d'tee t i t " ' the aelegatlon present tro~ me o p e ~ rn he Civil War to the [ g r s, five of them dead, and five ~ho~o~ ~ .... w ....,~ ('~h,h h~ Fli~riot Cvc, m .qh,~nh~vd~tnwn wa~ [ and Ranson which consisted of press and publicRy. The club's insurance; $27,400 for community[ noon or The ~---that's the lon~ life t still living. She has also been a ........ _ ...... "~'~':~=".~ Y'=%Y~." % ..... 7_'_'-~:'" ................ ,--'1 ................. ~ ......... , press book won first place in the services and $10,600 capital out-[ ~t[0 ...... ~'_ _ ! .... am.*ho. ,~ *~moo . ,..~o, cause it was melr ClUO wnlcn azso present, i pianung~ ptat~t t~xcztauge~, nail- medium membership category lay for new equipment for schools[ day II~ ~ot lvirs, rannle: A.n~ ~ ~:~ ~o-~ ~'~-a"o s~::~ walked off with a lion's share of For the second consecutive [ owe'en :nrojects, Santa's Caval- and publicity, The club's press Of the $183,253 increase in the| N~ ,~"s~e~:SneaDU~eam~ ~ grea"~ g"'ran~dmo~her~16 ~!mes,%~ i tbe awards presented at the ann-time the top award of the con. ]cede of C'hristmas trees, rennovat book won first place in the reed- budget, $83,706 of it will go for| ~ to t~ tce A~e since ~he dn~.~- almost every day some of her i uai conclave. I vention the Governor's Beautifi- I ion of the club house and season- ium membership category and increased salarios for teachers as ~ to 10 ! 1~ ry n~ucla an~,more,ancl, offspring, in addition to the two ] Those attending the convention' cation tiowl, was awarded to the i able door decorations, etc. category and the weekly news. the socond step in the Decision ] wimlS In ~u concerns herself with [ grandsons who live wath her, I from the Charles ToWn Club as I Charles Town club. Presentation I The club also won a Silver paper class, all clippings from [ 65 program adopted by the West I ~ to the radio. I TURN TO PAGE $,A shown above (left to right) are: ' of the bowl was made to Mrs. O, I Sword for the second time for TURN TO PAGE 8-A I Virginia Legislature last year. I evenln$.