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May 12, 1966

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ROBERT HANKINS ALLEN PEACHER SCOTT COYLE LORNE POPE A delegation of four high school School. J0unior boys will represent Charles The 1966 Mountaineer Ameri. enactment and enforcement of wn and Harpers Ferry High can Legion Boys State will be in their own laws within a mythical SChools at the 1966 session of session from June 26th thru July West Virginia Mountaineer Boys'] 2nd, at Jackson Mill, W. Vs. State, sponsored by Jaskson-Perks Departments of The American Post 71, American Legion. Legion will sponsor 50 of these Participating in this annual Boys States. Boys who have just civics workshop will be Allen completed their Junior year of Peacher of Ha|ltown and Lorne high school will attend these civ- Pope of Harpers Ferry represent- ics workshops to study the organ- Thomas Briscoe Kern; II, Linda] gro", by Woodson-and Wesley;I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE [ Lotdse Link, flames Edward M0-I 'Africa's Search for Identity," by I THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 gana, Lana sue v arcus, viannai Vict.. ..... ,,chi.o I ......... " ........ ' ..... I Sue Chandler McCormick, Linda' "." ,v. ;o ................. "l ,,~.~ ............... :^~1 Katherine McKee Carolyn Louise ma, tWo snort, readable New] "Twentieth Centu~em~, by John WoO~|__ Merritt, Cheryl Ann Miller, Paul York Times Byhne Books; ':Rus-I ~ations in Chemis~r~|~ Miller, Jr., Diane Marie Miller, sia, the Story of a Nation, by] b~y; "T eh Ele~l~wmm~ Virginia Shelia Moler, Deborah William Habberton; The Sup-I ~~Y Frank Lane; "St~i Anne Morris, Rebecca Kay Ner- reme Court in American History' ] ~~eslie Peltier,~| hood, Roger Lee Nicodemus, Mar- ] by Marjorie, Friborg; "World [HenrYHen Davidson, " "Physics ~Davidson "Ph sics Can Be Fun,'B n." byb ~ via Keith Ott, Susan Rebecca Changers,' by Bruce Bliven;| For high-school students and westphal. | ,h._ Ott, Linda Lou Painter, Beverly Paul, '~,The Man Who Changed the] adults interested in ,science the.______ : ~KS. DA] Jean Peer, Carolyn Ann Penwell, World , by Henrietta Buckmaster ! library now has "Excursions into Subscribe To The Philip DoUglas Perks, Linda Mar- ie Piper, Ronald Lee Propst, Ronald L. Puller, Angelynne Olivia Reeler, John Hastings Rissler, Ronald Dyer Rissler, Ron ald D. Robinson, Karen Lee Roper Robert Earl Roper, Paula Jean Roth, Thomas William Rowe, Mar cie Loleta Rutherford, Charles Kirkwood Sager, Jeffrey L. Sagle, William Ellsworth Senseney, Ron- ald Glenville Shade, Judith Elaine Shirley, Richard Wilson Shockey, Norabelle Shuman, Edna Mac Barbara Jane Slusher, ies, campaigns, elections, and the by auto to Romney on the morn- Shupp, Sharon Lee Smallwood, Howard ing of June 26th and from there Willard Speaks. Jr., Susan Carolo 51st state. Boys' State is one offthey will proceed to Jackson Mill Stephens, Barbara Anne Stiles,I the outstanding youth.trainingiby bus. They will return to Rom-' Walter Carter Strange, III, David I programs of The American Leg-Iney by bus on July 2, then by Lee Swadley, Evelyn Marie E. ion. ]auto to their respective homes. Taylor, Phillip Leon Taylor, Fred Enrollment at Mountaineer l The boys are sons of Mr. and erick Alan Thomas, Dorothy Ann Boys State is 349. Each boy select- Mrs. Earl Peacher, of Halltown, Titus, Janet Darlene Turner, ed must be of the upper one-four Mr. and Mrs E L, Pope of Harp- Olivia Dreeme Upwright, Peggy th of the Junior Class, and must ers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Char- Jean Vickers, Joseph Abner Ware mg Harpers Ferry High School ization, operation, and political be outstanding in scholarship, les Hankins, Jefferson Ave., and Jr., Rebecca Kay Ware, John and Scott Coyle arid Robert Hank- processes of state government, school activities, community act- Mr. and Mrs. William M. Coyle, Gary Waiters, Michael Ray Wal- ins, both Charles Town, repre- The youth will participate in ivities an dcharacter. E. Liberty St., both of Charles ters, Kenneth Edgar Wasson, Jr., seating Charles Town High the organization of political part. The boys will be transported Town. Martha Lou Welch, Francis L. Welch, Mary Louise White, Don. Mrs. Katherine Moler, Member- ald 'Eugene Willingham, Linda Lou Willingham, Lilly Marie ship Chairman. Yates. Mrs. Mary Adams, president, presided over the short business session. ' Charles Town Library Red Cross Directors Announcement was made this week by the Charles Town Lib- Election of officers for the 1966 rary, that it has the following 67 year, the recognition of retir- I0 Heet U ~.Pi0~ua~ At 7~30 released this week by Herbert I nine Gruber, Michael Joseph for the convenience of it's pat- ing teachers and a ta)k by the The names of 123 seniors were[hart, Janice Lee Grey, Betty Jean new and latest books published rons and the public. Reverend J. Lee Williams, pastor The regular meeting of the Cottrill, Jr., principal of Charles lHankins, Nancy Lee Harris, Jam- Now available is "No One of the Charles Town Asbury Meth Board of Directors of the Jeffer- odist Church. featured the annual son County Chapter, American Town ttigh School as potential es Garland Heflebower, Marie Hears But Him, by Taylor Cal- dinner meeting of the Jefferson Red Cross, will be held at the candidates for graduation at the Paulette Henderson, Terry Glen dwell; "Tell No Man," by Adela County Edueation Association, Red Cross offices in Charles Town annual commencement exercises Henry, Susan Irene Hill, Chester Rogers St. John; "The Siege of held May 3, at Hilltop Hotlse in Monday evening at 7:30. to be held on the lawn" in fron[ Allen Hines, DaVid William How- the Alcazar." by Cecil D. Eby, a Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Mary Adds, was re-elect- A number of matters will be of the high school the evening ard, Barbara Jean Hunt, James native of Charles Town. discussed including the current of June 2, at 8 p.m. Douglas Huyett, Betty Lou Jenk: The following books dealing membership drive. ed as the new preident of the Principal Cottrill said that ins Earl Stafford Johnson, Merle with subjects on which patrons County Educatiori~ Association when the final grades come in Stanley Johnson, Linda Rebecca have desired information are also Mr. Roscoe Paype, vice:president; |,. ~fl~ HP~ a fewmay not make the required Johnston, Ernie Miller Jones: available: "The Story of the Ne- Mrs. Theda Win~6~;er, secre- ee Busho To esent grades, 'and may not be eligible ~~ "-------'-----~-~--- tary; G. Warren lffickey, treasurerO. For Kiwanis receive their diplomas that and Richard Adams, Mrs. Emma night, the eligible list a~ this ~,~:~:~~ Watson, were named as delegates [r0#m .......................... , ...... ,. .,.., ., .... ..,,:,...:: time follows: ' ~~:,~:~ .>:.s. gt,~'~,J ~Jf, e.~ ~.~.d;...~.~" .~, to the West Virginia Education Attorney Lee Bushong will Frederick Latham Ashbaugh, ~l! '~"~" ~: .~ ~L~. Association and Roscoe Payne bring the program Thursday Paula Kirk Ashby, Kenneth Fran- ~ ~: A THOUI;IlT TO RE EmER and Herbert CottriU, as alternate de,legates. , night for the regulardirtner meet cis Athey, Jr., Harold Pierce Barr ~~ _,:..~ , . ~: ? ing of the Charles Town Kiwanis Tana Drish Barren, Charlene Ann g:~..:..a,~..~..~,..~V~$~.t .it~F:,:~:.)..g.~~ 'The History of the World in Club at the Rib Room in Charles Baylgr, Linda Jean Bell, Alisha Four Sentences," was the topic Twn. Mr. Bushong is expected to Leomia Berry, Ralph Edward~ BY CHARLES J. W. SMITH. expounded by the Reverend Mr. relate some of his experieces on Bowman, Jr., Sandra Kay Boyd, Williams. A~d in his talk he indi- his recent trip on a Mediterranian Thdmas Milton Burch, Patricia cated the history of the world in Cruise which will include Several Jean Burns, Margaret Elizabeth "What can I do to help you"., and.. "What's in it for me".. are the following sentences, musical selections as well as some Byrer, Ralph Edward Cain, Gre~.g- ] two opposing attitudes. "What's in it for men" is a self centered native dances w~ich he ory Duke CarPe~:, ~us~elI Lie ~demimd, lacks eovery altruistic and lofty purpose, i ~ele~ d~o witn~/dffthe ~ave, or., ~gernia Lee ~arper, ~ The dinner belt iring is Harold Livingston Chamblin, Jr., The "What's" in~ it for me" attitude has identified people in the flower kills it. supposed to sound at 6:15 p. m. Mary Lynn Childs, Janet Louise past just as it labels people today. Judas received his infamous thirty 3. When it gets dark enough, with President Woody Woodford Clendening, Janis Tracey Clopper pieces of dirty silver by dramatizing the thought in the lowest and you can see the stars, handling the gavel. David Scott Cloud, Gary L. Coff- crudest form. 4. The mills of God ~rind slow- man, Linda Eileen Coyle, Nor- ly but exceedingly fin~_ ~~~:~~ man, Gregg Corbin, Linda Char- Gradually and happily, it does seem a better philosophy is taking Another highlight of the even- lene Coulter, Daniel Dwight hold. More and .more we hear incidents, we see examples of "Can I ing was pre~eotcd, by Miss Susan Creamer, Thomas Edward Cur- help you" Strangely enough (or is it so strange?}, the "Can I Parker, Jefferson County music ry, Vicki Fay Davis, Bet- "'" teacher, who sang selections from Mrs. Elsie Hamstead ty Jean Dawson, Doilald Way- help you" attitude has a wonderful way to remove the fatal flaw of the "Sound of Music." She was ne Dawson, Mary Lee Demory, greed. More often than not, the "Can I help you" at$itude provides accomp.$|ned at the piano by Mrs. ~ " "--~ -/-- : - -~ Carolyn Mae Drish, Linda Kaye us with an ample answer to "What's in it for me"... Norma Johnson, county music Mr. and Mrs. Walter Judy were Ellis, William Dean Frazier. Jam- teacher, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. es Francis Fries, Larry Richard CHARLES J. W. SMITH -- SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Miss Lucille Heflebower, Sup-Willis Crites, Harrisonbburg, Vs. Fritts, Ellen K. Funk, Sharon ervisor of Instruction, recognized Mrs. J. W. Ciine spent several Jeannette Funk, Edison Lee The- CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA the retiring teachers Miss Elva days last week with her son and mas Green, Ronald Edwin Gay, , A!bin and Miss Nina Ramey who daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill -- together have given 76V years Cline at Silver Spring, Md., re- of service, turning home on Saturday. Awarding of 100% WVEA Mere Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor bership Certificates 'to several and family, of near Frederick, schools in the county was done by spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Unger. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burhman were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks, Jr., Shenandoah Junction. Mr. Frank Cave, brother of Mrs. Stella Painter, is critically ill at University Hospital, Charlottes- .... ville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel and daughters, LeuAnn and Carolyn, and- Mark Osbourn, Shepherdstown, visited Mrs. Alice Whetzel, Strasburg, Vs., on Sun- day~ Mrs. L. V. Stickey, Jr., spent the weekend in Grafton with her mother, Mrs. Cathryn Heinz. Mrs. Paul Curvey and daugh- ters spent Wednesday with Mrs. Irvin Hall. Mrs. Curvey has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shipe, Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kanagy, of Waynesboro, Pa., spept Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burhman. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard were Mr. and in WEEK- END SPECIAL DZ. (LARGE) DID THE FREEZE GET YOURS -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mrs. Marshall Edwards and fam- ily and Jody Taylor, of Middle- way, and Mr. and Mrs, William Johnston and family of Engle. Hank White, class of '64, was elected president of the Shep- WE STILL HAVE herdstown High School Alumni Association during a business S E E D P 0 T A T O E S meeting following the banquet '" ' Saturday night. Seniors of this STEP UP PRODUCTION -- PLANT area who were guests at the ban. HAY GRAZER quet were Mary Everhart, Made- line Unger, Kaye Hilliard, Bren. U - 1 da Wfllingham, Braun Ham tead, SILOMAKER and Don Jones. [ ,, , A Mother's Day banquet, at Grace E. and R. Church on OR PAJTURg -- IL0 .-- OR HAY Sunday, was well attended. A, TIME TO STRIKE-- program "What Great Men Had @ Weed and Feed Your Lawn to Say of Their Mothers," was pre-I @ Spray For Thistles sented following the dinner. 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