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April 7, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 7, 1966

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Rev. Thoma.~ G. Faulkner, Jr., Rector of St. George's Episcopal Church of Fredericksburg, Va. Besides her parents the little girl is survived by both her pat- ernal and maternal grandmothers Mrs. John T. Porterfield of Char- les Town and Mrs. Lewis Chantler of Baltimore and an aunt Mary MARY B. PORTERFIELD Bogardus Porterfield. Mary Buffington Porterfield, Many relatives and friends from two and one half years, only this entire area attended the ser- of John T. and Anne Chant- vice. Porterfield of Stafford, Vir- STEWART E. DILLOW died at their home Friday April 1st, after illness of Graveside services were con- months, dueLed by the Rev. Franklin Lint- on, in Edge ttill Cemetery Mon- Graveside services was held in day morning at 11 o'clock for Church Yard of historic old Stewart Edward Dillow, infant Episcopal Church, Sunday son of Clarence E. and Margaret April 3, at 4:30 by the Painter Dillow, of Prospect Ave- nue, Charles Town, who died April 2. The deceased was born in Cha- rles Town, March 6, 1966. Besides the parents, the infant is survived by one sister Margaret Louise at the home; a maternal grandfather George W. Painter of Charles Town; and paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Dillow of VOTE FOR Charles Town. E. M. DANDRIDGE P Former Principal Of age Jackson High School (The Man With School And Training) FOR THE JEFFERSON COUNTY ]3OARD OF EDUCATION Your Vote Appreciated Jan. 27-TE Pd. Pol. Adv. VOTE FOR- MRS MYRTLE B. NARLINS Funeral services were held Mort day at 2 p. m. from the Asbury Methodist Church in Charles Town, for Mrs. Myrtle Bennett Narlins, 52, of Baltimore, Md., who died Thursday in a Baltimore (Md.) Nursing Home, following a lengthy illness. The Rev. J. Lee Williams, pastor, officiated and he was assisted by the Rev. B. I. Barnes. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town Bearers were: William F. Jack- son, Bobby Swartz, Linden Bush, Marshall Watson, George Duna- way, Jr., and Harry Hill. The deceased was born in Char- JOHN P. BURNS, Jr. lee Town, June 19, 1913, a daugh- ter of Clara Bennett Boyer of FOR Ranson, and Sullivan Bennett. Commissioner She attended Charles Town High KABLETOWN DISTRICT EXperienced County Farmer YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Feb. 10.TE, Pd. YOUR VOTE and support will be appreciated by -- John N. Newcomer Candidate For County Commissioner Harpers Ferry District ( }wner and Operator) Cliffside l otel) I Will Appreciate Your VOTE And SUPPORT J. Edward Magaha ---FOR-- unty Commissioner I ABLETOWN DISTRICT Feb. 17-TE, Pd. II RE-ELECT GEORGE R. CRIM FOR P- unty Commissioner KABLETOWN DISTRICT YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED AT THE MAY 10 PRIMARY ELECTION Feb. 24-TE-Pd. VOTE FOR & RE-ELECT E. E. ',Sam" HENKLE A Man With Experience unty Commissioner ---FROM--- Harpers Ferry District AT THE MAY 10 PRIMARY ELECTION Mar. 3-Pd. T.E. School and was a member of the Methodist Church. She had lived in Baltimore for the past 20 years Surviving in addition to her mother are a daughter. Mrs. Joy- ce Hook, of Baltimore, Md.; two sisters - Mrs. Helen Smith, Mar. tinsburg; and Miss Leola Bennett Ranson; two brothers, Wade and William Bennett of Ranson and a number of nieces and nephews. MRS. INEZ SHIVELY Mrs. ~homas Rogers, of Charles Town, was called to Morgantown, W. Va. Sunday by the death of her mother Mrs. Inez Shively, 81, a resident of 309 Grant Avenue in Morgantown. The deceased has been ill for some months. In add- ition to Mrs. Rogers, she is sur- vived by two sons, Claude Shively ,.of Michigan; and Ray of Pitts- Pa. Mrs, Rogers is the wife of the manager: of *fine Peoples Drug store localed in the Hill- Dale Shopping Center in Charles Town, Jefferson County teenagers will have an opportunity to demon- strate their all-around driving knowledge and ability in a "Safe Driving Auto Road-e-o" compet, I ilion to determine the county'S safest and most skillfull young drivers. The contest will be conducted Sunday, May 1, by the Jeffers- son: County Jaycees and Jeffer. son County Motors, Inc., at the parking lot of the Shenandoah Downs Race Track. Entry forms are available through all Jaycee members, or at any Lincoln-Met. cury dealership. The high-scoring boy and girl drivers will win a handsome wal- nut plaque and the right to com- pete against other local contest winners at the state Road-e-o fi-! nals in Spencer, in the later part of June. Second and third place winners will receive a Bronze Road-e-o Key. The state champion will repre- sent West Virginia at the Nat- ional Jaycee Safe Driving Auto Road-ed) in Washington, D. C., in August. At stake will be $4,500 in college scholarships, a 1967 Comet Cyclone GT convertible and the opportunity to tour the United States as a Youth Safety Spokesman for Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor Company. Any boy or girl who has a dri- Shenandoah Junction Woman Named Officer By Old Nahonal Bank I WILL APPRECIATE 19 before August 11 is eligible , YOU VOTE And SUPPORT to participate. Contestants must not have committed a traffic vi- MISS ALICE A. STICKEL Miss Alice A. Stickel (above) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stickel of Shenandoah Junction, who has been serving as secretary to the Trust Officer of the Old National Bank in Martinsburg for the past 10 years, have been pro- moted to the position of assistant trust officer, it was announced Saturday by Lacy I. Rice, Sr., bank president. Miss Stickel, a graduate of Shep herdstown High School, the class of 1955, is currently completing the American Institute of Bank. ing course in commercial law. Miss Stickel is the first woman i to be named an officer in the Old National Bank's 100 years in the community. By Brooke Biackford, Secretary Jefferson GOP Club To Have Candidates Dinner In Charles Town The Republican Club of Jeffer. son County announced this week plans for a "meet-the-Candidate" dinner to be held at the Moose Club in Charles Town, Saturday, April 30, at 6:30 p. m. The public is invited to attend this dinner meeting and hear the views of the various Republican candidates. The cost of the dinner is $2.25 per person. Reservations can be made by calling Miss Sus- an Knott in Shepherdstown, or Mrs. Robert P. Leonard in Harp- ers Ferry. OBSTETRICAL Mr. and Mrs. James R. McDan- iel, Ranson, March 29, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hummer, Lovettsville, Va., March 30, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Davis, Summit Point, April 4, a boy. SURGICAL Mrs. Thelma N. Bush, Charles Town, Route 2; Mr. Carroll E. Harder, Halltown; Mr. David F. Brackett, Charles Town; Miss Dorothy J. Shunter, of Harpers Ferry, Route 2; Miss Gladys D. Dunn, Leetown. MEDICAL Mrs Gertude S. Frye, Ransom Mrs. l~dne V. Duncan, Shepherds- town; Mrs. Effie M. Miller, Mar- tinsburg; Mr. Franklin Riston, of Charles Town; Mr. Marvin L. Ad- ams, Charles Town; Mrs. Clara L. Armstrong, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mrs. Louise A. Nichols, Har- pers Ferry; Little Tammy A. Bartles, Gerrardstown; Mrs. Guil- da I. Cooper, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Samuel J. Hockensmith, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Louise A. Weller, of Shenandoah Junction; Mr. For- rest Glassford, Ranson; Mrs. Bartha M. Simons, Charles Town; Mrs. Lucy E. Fellers, of Charles Town; Mrs. Ellen S. McQuinn, of Charles Town; Mrs. Mabel I. Ri- naldi, Bolivar; Mrs. Bernice I. Dent, Charles Town; Mr. Gerald D. Bast, Charles Town; Little Gary W. Cogle, Jr., of Harpers Ferry, Route 2; Mr. Cletus H. At- kins, Charles Town; Mrs. Kather- ine E. Phillips, Knoxville, Md.; Mr. Thorne F. Vernon, Halltown Mrs. Nancy K. Greenfield, Bruns- wick, Md.; Mrs. Mary P. Holder, Brunswick, Md.; Baby Lawrence E. Johnson, Jr., Charles Town; Ronald Evans To Be o=d co==, "Ron", as he I~ more familiarly known ,in Jefferson County, is a Chairman Mental graduate of Shepherd College, and is currently president of the Health Fund Drive Jefferson Counly Junior Chamber t of Commerce. tte is also a mem- ber of the St. Thomas Lutheran Church, and active in numerous community projects, tie assisted in the Mental Health fund drive last year. Mrs. O. S. Bloom, will serve as co-chairman of the drive. May has been designated as Mental ttealth month throughout the nation with the second week of May as Mental ttealth Bell Ringer Week. At this time, a con certed effort will be made to RONALD EVANS Ronald L. Evans, prominenl young resident of the Jefferson Village section of Jefferson Cou- M. will be conducted by Rex,. Jose ph E. Washington Sr., Pastor with Baptism of Children and Adult, Receiving of New Members in the Church and reinstating of Mem- bers who had left the Church. 3:00 P. M. The Allen Star 4-H Club will install officers and iniat ion service will be rendered by County Extension Agent Mrs. Vic toria DoneE presiding, followed by refreshments at the church par- sonage. 7:30 P. M. closing night for the two weeks Revival in Duff ield by The Rev William R. Moorehead, D. D. "Evanglist and former Pastor. Come lets Worship the Lord in Spirit and Truth. contact citizens of the entire cou- nty and solicit funds in the inter- Mrs. Glenn Hoffman est of better mental health. Men-1 tal illness is no respecter of per-[ W i[[ Head Women sons oz" communities; it affects[ everyone, and everyone should be/ given the opportunity to help to/Voters League Again combat it. l / Mrs. Glenn Hoffman of Kearn- Services For Easter At African Methodist Episcopal Church eysville, one of the founders of the Jefferson County Provisional League of Women" Voters, who was re-elected to head the organ- ization at the annual meeting March 22; and Mrs. Byron Webb, who was named treasurer, at- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1966 A--3 tina, Secretary.; Mrs. Owen Conk. lyn, finance committee chairman; Mrs. Allen Bartlett, head of the voters service; Mrs. Marian My- ers, chairman of Development of Human Resources; Mrs. ttugh Caperton, chairman of constitut- !onal revision; Mrs. John C. Gard- mer, membership. The Board of directors named Mrs. lterbert Everhart as chairman of public relations and Mrs. Gilbert Perry as publications service chairman. The State Council meeting, held in alternate years, was pri- marily devoted to adopting a pro- posed budget for the year and in giving directions to the State Board the future course of the program, for study items. The State Council also adopted an e- mergency program item on "Vo- cational Education, a comprehen- sive study of present programs and future needs in West Vir- ginia through the post-secondary level." This item had been pro. posed by the Morgantown League and was adopted by the required % majority. A workshop was held the even- at 7:30 p. m. at the Charles Town Civic Center Auditorium. Speaker for the meeting will be Mr. Cliff- ord Umscheid, Secretary of the Eastern Panhandle Land and River Protective Association, who will dicuss his organization's po- silion on the Wild Rivers Bill and the Potomac Interim Report, and the alternates seen by his group. Services For Calvary Assembly Of God Church The Roy. William P. Reed, pas- tor of Cah'ary Assembly of God Church, located on Fairfax Blvd. and Fifth Ave. in Ranson, ann. ounces the following services. Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship at 11:00 Services with the Rev. Arthur E. Bloomfield of Eustis, Florida will continue each evening at 7:30 Monday through Friday, April 10-17. Rev BIoomfield's topic for Mort nty, will be the chairman for the The African Methodist Episco- 1966 Mental ttealth Fund drive pal Church at Duffield invites in Jefferson County, it has been the public to worship with the announced by the Rev. Allen Bar church Easter Sunday April 10 at tlett, president. I the following services: Evans, a former resident of Mar I 9:30 A. M. Sunday School to tinsburg, is employed at the Hall-[ 10:45 Morning Worship 11:00 A. tended .the State Council meet- ing of April 1 on "Local Program- ing of the League held in Wheel- How To Choose,,,Research, Pre- ing, April 1 and 2. l sent, Publish Act. 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