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l for serving this dinner will be T nt leader, Rieky Riearde Itester SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ]made later i as President Autora Gales as THURSDAY MA ........... I It was also announced that nora 1Vice President An--~- T..~':....~~ , r~tn "~l, J.~,, ~ ~. [inations for officers will be held * ~as Secretary, Reginal~Wa~='~a's ~'---------" i I * * ,Y * b ! [somehme during the last two il [Treasurer Henr,, Smith as Re-F' m Ik P I ~ * r *m I --, l weeks in April... I "' i Porter, I)awn I~Iester as "Song ~nt0rfemen! ut r00a 5ervl e 5anffal . ~,llla~ i J~ecoraero Gretruue. train gavel . .... Leader, Kim Gales as Game Lead- t -- - -- = . I a rep rt on the installation of the ! iiiiiilI er Other committees will be rL J_ _ 5._ hi_ ~, / a ~ ,, .= m a "--- . . [lavatory in the kitchen and that I ~i [appointed at next communificat-, ames/0 Be ulscussea a! Aarll 0 r4eel The Marcn program of the Har ostesses the evening were I the Jefferson County Health De. | | ion pers Ferry District Woman's Club Mrs. Willis Hoffman, Mrs. Reid I partment has approved the Moose' I / ion" Cer~m'.~'v"wil~'" h~'~h~l'd'~':n m, was held at the clubhouse Whurs- Geronimo, Mrs. James Lilla, Mrsr/kitchen and it's facilities after an I ~ ] Easter S-u-nci-a~ a'fternoon"at~3"(}0 [ .me enforcement program as re ! Copies of the food service day evening, March 17, preceded Floyd Milton and Mrs. Ralph I inspection. ] i~ ]p ~m at Whe~l~t Zion A M "E I qu]red-by ~e present West Vir-I!tation regulations will be a by a short business session, with Johnson. Most attractive decorat- I The Chapter voted to give a] d lchurch of Duffield. The Rev: [g)nla utile J~oa_roj)t ~ealm. Kegu-i outed, m~wever, due tothe. Mrs. Marshall Orndorff, president ions and very delicious refresh- J donation to the Heart Fund, Can- ] I I Joseph E Washington Sr, Pas~tor I ~:~u()n governing tooo servlc.e san ] supply omy one copy will u.e. presiding ments reflected the St. Patrick's Icer Fund and Boy Scouts. [ I [ ................... [ uauon wm oe me suojeet oiscuss [ ar)m tor each estamisnmen~ J " " ' t _ eo at a meeting on April 6 7 30 sented After a short prayer and allogi Day theme. I At the cruse of the meefingl ,~- .... . t , : I* ance to the flag the minutes of refreshments were served by ]nurman ~n|[acre Mabel p. m. at the t;ivic Center, being Applications for new oper previous meeting were read andl~l.,~u|,~,m T...... .... [the chairman and the committee.] I I [held by the Jefferson Countylpermits will be available approved. It was announced that]IL*llall~b lUWll WUIII~II IThe next meeting was announced[ I ETA C,~ ~ /*~mn~'dl~,~,~ [J~eann Department for owners ~ assistance available for fi Mrs. Orndorff, Mrs. Anvil and l _ I for Tuesday, April 12. [ [] I/v J~l v~ VII I,UIIIIIIIII~'~ l an.o operators omy or eating and ~ them out. It is necessary tha Mrs. Seiders would represent the Of M drinking establishments, owners request a permit thr club at the State Convention meet I 00~e Ndd 00se T.~ D.&..,K.I I | EC,mOmlP Hlnhw,v I!. I Attendance of this meeting by I th]s application. Operating ing at the Greenbrier. [ |m ~ . ~. m. I~IaIR'/I~UIIi ID~II-UIII~I I I I v'" .~....~....v3 v,~ [the owners is a must due to the lout a valid food establisl~ The last project of the Finance] ~aven ~p[er ~|~ [ ....... [ i [ Thurman A Whitacre, chair-Itimely subjects to be discussed. [permit will make you subje ~hea~:r~]!~i:r trhuemCUag:ntlClUb ] m[hefCh~rle~I::=nhCehapter, We-1] ll01ds Local Interest I] wThmeaG:?lT;r:~ B~:u~ffie;tiwn fB/:he~hriCwh~i:::abYf[h:tlSenf:: ! ~as~ciaWtie~ V g anPm etrtle ) l I !hee d!!ii elga! n:wh?lnll fe [ aE~ir~nAllara' County tt~ "e . "p ~ire Hall, Satur,] d a Moose The announcement this week in " i Company Oil Company, Charles " " " in the "cer, urges all owners day, April 16, it was announced, l Haven Chapter Night program at/Savalw ~w~cl~n h. Pr. ..... . I the second, time for a two year stay in Jefferson County, is. bein ig ' Tourn w~* ~i~.i.,~ h~ h~n/establishments* . It is necessary [operators to attend this me, The Chairman of the Nominating the Moose Home in Charles Town/and Mr's )io f-Tedin'of" Sava v o, [ admired by Mr. Robert J. Buzbee of the Sears Roebuck Foundation [ selected to" sere on the- Corn'- [that the owners and operators [ hut reminds that this is Committee, Mrs. C. C Johnson, ] Tuesday night, March 22 with ] Eweden " of the en ....... + . I the donor of the bowl Mrs Vir~,inia Stitzenber~,er of Washin~n' [ mittee on Economic Hi~,hwav U~e [ understand this so they can keep ] food service training confe~ announced the proposed candy-[ three new members being enroll-/their daughter Inga Gunnel Bir-[GFWC Community Improvement Chairman; Mrs. James Scarbro, ]at the Eleventh Highway Trans-I th se cond tmns from developing./for the employees. tares Ior etu~ omcers ~o serve [ e~n me t;napter. . ... [ gitta, to Mr. Cary Prescott Clark, I chairman of Community for the West Virginia Federation and Mrs. [ portation Congress to be held in I me next two years. Tney are Mrs. ] nnouncemem was maoe that | of Lisbon, N H,, and Boston, [ O S Bloom -resident of the Charles Town Senior Club are also I the Washington Hilton Hotel, I ~A||.~h||~ ~||n|~ , In Harpers Ferry at the t ............ . .... ., ... ..-] ................ p gr, :. [Town, He has often visited inl ..... _P p . ng.. oge .... Highway Users Conference, which I Dates for the three Well-Child [Building on Thursday, Ap* ~ar:~,~nt~ng;;:r:::a~, ~i;: } er~u;~e~mgdw;:'l~:yn~,t?,m ~rK I fC:;rlee/ ~wn al~forhinScmO~ert:: I eu:Zrt:s~ ;:eP:~w~fo~re ::; ~ou::iTul~:au~ifl?glhtfn~ =::i2nan7 ] ~s i~PO~sng the f:;greSSatives J j:f/:;::;ec!:nics_to, be held :n ]between 1 and2 p. m. dnon terry, mstorlan. Taere were/ it was also announceo mat me was a dauuhter of the late Mr ~ where in the count-, Ifrom hi~h--.a-- "'"e- ^"'~ -'~" ..... ' vn ,~vumy llex~ wee,..eve I a~.....~ a~. ,-~,,...+ ,~..,~ no nommatmns from the floor/ pt w II serve a roast turkey/and Mrs. A. M. S Morgan, whol .... _ ]anizations includin~ many hub- I been announced for Monday Wed I Harners Ferry anno-nce i " , o ., Jr" r -,~ ~ ...... and the proposed slate was voted d nner to the employees of the wer s kn 1 nesda and Thurs :_ / O.a_~ar ....... [ e al o well- own in Jeffersonl ~i_ i ~ ~ , ~ ~ ~ ~ . I ie officials, will attend this nat-[ Y day by Dr. Earl[birth of their third child and m~,. ....... . ..../ otf~m ~u ~lme ana ~emen~ ~om: [ County. [ ,narles Iown, KanSOll I u v/o , resem ] tonal meeting which is dedicated ] D Allara, County Health Officer I end daughter, Kelly Faye, al ~rs. ~ ~ ~loom, rreslaenz ot piny o~ lV/lllylue ~amruay, e.prii -r - t " " ' the Charles'Town Woman's Club[ 16 at 6'30 p m Plans are being [ Miss Tedin was graouated from[ ...... I [to continued progress, prosperity, The schedule will be as follows: ~ Washington County Hosp~ta ...... e i ......... / ma~_ ~: .," ~ .... |Lunds Privata Elementarskola,/UTA Ta k4aa$ ~aaJ-~. I D.&.--.. P_..J.. PI..L L& lane preparedness through high- I The Conference will be held in IMarch 9. Mrs. Crampton is l#l.~Trlet ~taTp HOalTn ~:nnrmnn / l~enlln lean i: llt~ tn nay nn.nnav~__ _ _ _ ~ _____/'~'dS~. ~s uen[ ot tne_~asmrni .. oe_..~y me Je~zerson ~oumy ] and received deurees from Lunds | 11/4 /~ IVl~l IVlUIIUa][ I I-UlUIIla~; t~a[U~gll ~IUU /~[ ] way transportation ~ -:J Shenherdstown at the War Mem [ forrmer Miss Mary_. Griffitb evening, by Mrs Gilbert Perry ] April 30 and final arrangements ],.. ~. _~'_" .... sY .. | PTA will hold its regular meeting ] JlaI ,mI [taliUll l JO mn U t;lOUn Named i , en me nours o~ ~ ano z I ... _,~ " i~ ~wvuen. ~ne is currenuy era-tat ~h,~ ~,ha,.1,~. ,r, .... o__: ........ I I --rift"* ~ Ip. m I Keao The ~pirit-AOvO~m ................ 1 e ...................... ovmur r!lgn l " ' I P oy d wRh Harvard UmversRy. I ~oh ...... a~....~ .............. [ Susan Day a Shepherdstown l. ~ ~ , ......................... I Mr Clark attended the publ,C/p m Parents teachers and ali ln'gh school sen or, has been selec I0 wean s List At WVU I IP YlMI AKP SiN PXI PKIFI :HI l lschools in Lisbon and is a mem./.::.__- ....... '_,_ .' ....I ted by the Potomac Garden Club Itl, ~BE[UUt~IICIff v *-~grustvu persons are mwmu to IUMLIN 3 lhI:1111VU3r I ~a-vvum~v n.m~mmmm~-vm a.m~tuvn~ ~m~. llOf narvara ~aw School an0 islril~. ,,,~_%" ................. [Camp, Camp Caesar, June 13-18. Ihas been named to the dean't list u~,~av~., ..._~. "'l """ "- ""I~l MK MAI~IIMF AU--h. III bet of the Class of 1962 of Dart-|at~o-,~ I to be their representative at the| Joseph G. Cloud, of Charles I mouth College. He is a graduate| "The" .~ro~,ram will include a [West Virginia State Conservation ]Town, a student at West Virginia, ..v ~rao ur ~ra I l lstuoying for a Master Degree in/'~, .... . -.y ~%~;.~r~.. wmcn w~s] Susie the dauuhter of Mr and[fr the first semester in the col l ............ l lTaxaUon atBoston University,. A I ~e:e~p:; t~YoWve~rV,rgm~a~eac~ | Mrs Robert Day,~is an honor stu-l lege of Agriculture and Forestry NOW Has A Large Selection member of me ~aassacnusetts ~ar ~ ........ ~; "~ " at West Vir inia " ' " outline t ma" r oa s dent as well as an achve member g Umverh~ty, ~t i ~~0'~' assocmted w,th the BostonJ. s en Jog 1 of educatl.._ , oo, ...... ,,_ ]was announced this week b- col OF I WE CAN USE YOU. ! ! li r ey ?e Cc uS ith' Dnald/'n" I a* @ , an d"F re' me ma 'e:ileg onf C /Sddcom_il^ .:.S EASTERFLOWERS I II l l Jl llmlg kI l dll l P D t.k a klff I " / _ i i rs ot America. is also a mere- i s v a szauv point average of 3 83 out of a pus I rcnr~||un uan~cn| ~v~ran[ II o, [ra|m lunacy aerv|ce [ ehruo:hth oiNreW Street Method'sttsi~le 4.0 era straight "A" Eve~ AT REASONABLEpRILCES I ~..~~o .... w v. l i mu~, V o nmunn~m# rim. mmmnbnnu | .... , I Camp Caesar located near Web[dean at the UniverSity requires at March 31-2t-pd. I ............. "" ' l I-- . . . . . I I- t' UYI IIOll tJlU[UI I ster Snrin ,s is a statewide con [least at 3.0 ( B ) average for I o midwest rreacner April 6 I.., ", ,,, I servation camp that is sponsored[thse named to the honor list. .~OD~~.~'~'J:~'~'~r~ I I I. _. _ /In tnarms/own [by many organizations dealing] u,,nn ................. s / I with the preservation of our natu-I WIll fleglsmr New rnmue I f I ............ [ n0n Lemen erme [ cThe Charles Town Presbyterian I ral resources, l . . 31"1111 tl 3rgLIAL3! ~- I LeGn~:st sP:reaCcheratattihe n~nday[wi~rchew~all ab~e~teePaln~:a~ndd:yY, lReY |~o.~ W=e~|nn~'An [Applicatnons Frnday ~en~,. Tuesday. Wednesday ~* ~ ~ - ,~ ]next Wednesday Anri~ 6 ~,ill h-[April 3, at the ii:00 A. M. wor-[ ~v~,.Fum vvumuumul#nvmm [ ..... ~ ".' *" " '. "" *'" ship service tor ~ur lUS I'OOd the Rev. Francxs B. Rhem, who = p . .. ~;gN(/I.f~.'JAI I has recently been installed asi In addition to special music bylElected 4 H Club Leader n BODY CURL 7,50 q~lri~~n~~n~l [R~f:?r~/rT;iin:tYMChu~h~iUP~:s!tw~l~h:r~;s:h:rs~n~ym;t~b:r~[ The Allen Star 4-H Club oflt ic t ~)~'pre:eontatt~Vesfrp;::FoD~(~ HAIRfllTq...1 11/I ~,,"...~'~~ /Rector of Cunningham Chanel adults - - and the Sacrament of[Duffield, W. Va. met and set up[Distribution, in Keyser, will be I lIPIIll I~#UI~ low ~ ~ [Parish in nearby Clarke Coun'tv the Lord's Supper will be observ-IoTganization at The Mt. Zion A. [in Charles Town Friday at the ._ ' _ . ~ _ .= : .....from 950 to 1954. " ed The Palm Sunday ermon will I M E Church Parsonage, March offices of the _Jcfferaon County ( xperienced OpemtorsOnly) o kYI2~M -- .... . 231 " ...... . ~ % t~ A native of Philadelphia, Mr he preached by the minister, Car- ,at 5:30 p. m. under the d r-I Welfare Department to register flllR dfl T C MPl IIl P Rhem" was educated at the Ep'xs~ lyle A. McDonald. J ectmn" of Mrs. V~ctor]a" " G. Goens~ new apphcatmns," It" was announc. VIRGINIA S' BEAUTY SHOP copal High School, the University Nursery care will be provided County Extension Agent. The led this week by Charles Whitting 11J~ "P~ (~'~,~],~ ~+',,-,',,~* T)t.----.. ~O~ ~41 4 v~m~ ~'~v~ m v w~'~m m,--'-- m~-- of Virginia, the Medical School during the morning worship ser- following officers were elected. Iron, representative of the Jeffer. . ............ o~.c~ -- zs.,. .~o-~,~.-~ of the University of Pennsylvania vice to which service the public Rev. J. E. Washington Sr. as lead- [ son County Court for the Surplus Charles Town, West Va. And You Can Buy Your Jewelry Here and the Virginia Theological Semi is cordially invited er, Mrs. Francis Kemp as assist- ] Food program. nary. COME IN TODAY AND TALK WITH US ABOUT YOUR NEEDS. WE ARE ALWAYS HAPPY TO HAVE YOU. AND RIGHT IN THE CENTER OF TOWN ON WEST WASHINGTON STREET Charles Town, W. Va. .... AT .... You Must *See Our Big Selection Of FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Values Are Always Better AT LFf_,GETT'S LOOK TO ...... TOWN STORE Always FI EE PARKING For CUSTOMERS He served as a U. S. Navy chap lain during World War II. He has been Rector of St. John's Church, Warsaw, Virginia; Emmanuel Church, Newport, R. I.; and St. Peter's Church, Philadelphia. He served as Rector of Emmanuel Church, Har~isonburg, Virginia, and Associate Professor of Phil- osophy and Bible Literature at Madison College from 1957 until he came to Upperville a few months ago. The service begins at 12:05 p. m. This will be the last of the Lenten noonday services, and since it falls during Holy Week there will no luncheon in the Parish House following the ser- vice. 'Miss Nancy Jay Dinges, Mr. Preston Bowers Married In Winchester Miss Nancy May Dinges, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Dinges of Charles Town, and Mr. Jerry Preston Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Bowers of Buckhannon, Va. were married, Sunday March 20. The double ring ceremony was performed in the First Baptist Church in Winchester, Va., by the Rev. E. T. Clark The groom is employed at A. T. and T., Leesburg, Va, and the bride is employed at Peoples Drug Store in Charles Town. The couple will reside in Tony's Trailer Court, in Ranson, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sandy Rhorersville, Md., announce the birth of their second child and first son, Donald Allen, March 11, at the Washington County Hospi. tal. Mrs. Sandy is the former Miss Joy Holbruner of Route 1, Harpers Ferry. On all ~ffaim of ivtl~ll U IOVO, dlvo~, brining, of~P~ ul&tionl ~d t4L'~ll,~t, Ot|OXMI kindL Perm~Uentl7 lo~ted tn pullnUm trailer on my own prop- e~ty on U. 8 11. between Bunlce~ HIU ~nd V&. Bt, a~ Llno. Look for nsme on 8tsn Offlc# bourn 10 ~.m. to 9 p.m. dall7 end Bunda~ Clmed ~&7 Uc, nmd Ileml,~, -- Dkd ~29-9121 II J Mar. 24-2t-pd. Sh@herdstown PTA To Have Supper; Hear Talk By Dr. Mehrling The April meeting of the Shep- herdstown Elementary P. T. A. will be a covered dish supper on Monday, April 4, at 6:30 p. m. in the school cafeteria The 7th grade chorus will sing and Dr. Mehrling, will speak on the Supreme Court's Decision on Prayer in public schools All par- ents and friends are urged to at- tend. CORRECTION In a news story carried in last week's issue of this newspaper dealing with statements made by candidates for the Jefferson Con nty Board of Education before an organization, E. M. Dandridge, one of the school board candi- dates says he was incorrectly :luoted. He said his statement ;hould have read: Since County perintendents are required to rove a Master's degree in edueat. 1on and usually were successful high school principals due to their experience and training, likewise high school principals should make good board mem- errs. qo To Church Sunday NEED ANY WALLPAPER? NEED ANY PAINT? LENNON'S DECORATING CENTER L21 N. Charles St., Charles Town Is A Good Place To Go. (Ask your neighbors). They have a good selection of WALLPAPER In stock, (about 200 patterns), from Only 29c - Up To $1.25 (A single Roll) PAINT IS ON SALE AT ONLY $3.98 a Gallon (The No-Drip Kind, Too) Why Not Drop In Soon? THEY ARE OPEN: 8 To 9 Fri. - 8 To 6 Tues, Thurs., Sat. and Men. Wed. From 8 A. M. To 1 P. M. P. S. - Or you can take one of their 68 Pattern books home to look at. P. S, No. 2- Green Stamps or May.26 Central Charge. II I I .oo0 Miss Wonderful SHOES Dress up styles for misses and women in flats, stacks, and mid - heels. More styles than ever in this fine line of style shoes. LOAFERS And WEDGIES FROM 6.99 To 8.99 Ladies FLATS And LOAFERS Popular priced fiats and loafers for misses and ladies. SEE THESE TODAY. POPULARLY PRICED FROM Famous Converse Tennis SHOES BuY this famous American made brand of tennis shoes at budget prices. STYLES FOR MEN-WOMEN And CHILDREN Rand And Randcraft Mens SHOES Styles to please just about everyone in these fine $, shoes. Lace and loafer styles, galore in the newest numbers for spring. Chfldrens Spring SHOES Loads and loads 'of styles for boys and girls in price ranges to fit every budget, including the ever popular Poll Parrot line. Dress up straps for girls in whites or black patent. Long wearing styles for boys in lace or loafer numbers. Sandy McGee SHOES For Men Eight styles to choose from in this economy priced line of shoes. Lace or loafer styles. Famous "P - F" Tennis SHOES Styles for every member of the family in this popular arch type tennis shoe. Oxfords for men, women and child- ten, and ankle styles, too, for men and boy . Boys Sizes 3 to 6 AT 5.99 MEN'S SIZES