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Miss Kitty Link Pledged To Pi Beta Phi" Sorority West Virginia University I I Ill I Illll I Mr. Edgar (Duke) Harm of Alexandria, Virginia, visited Tues day with his mother, Mrs. Mamie Hann, North Samuel Street, Char- les Town. Mrs. Roy Swartz, Jr., of Lan- caster, Pa., and her daughter, Mrs. i Robert Hackman and two child- ren, Debby and Kevin of Lititz, Pa., visited this past Saturday with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shreck, Jefferson Avenue Mist Mary Helen Magaha, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Magaha, Walkersville, Md., visited her Aunt, Miss Mary Magaha re-] Barbara Hunt, Margaret Byrer, Recipients Of Reader's Digest Award Barbara Hunt and Margaret Byrer, co-valedictorians of the 1965-66 graduating class of Char- les Town High School, have been given the Annual Award of the Reader's Digest Association for students who by their successful school work give promise of at- taining leadership in the comm- unity, it was announced by tterb Co]trill, principal. Miss Hunt and Miss Byrer will receive an honorary subscription to the Reader's Digest for one year and a personal certificate from the Editors, "in recognition of past accomplishments and in anticipation of unusual achieve. Hiss Deborah Horris Engagement Announced To Hr. Kenneth Nichols SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 Area Beautification Be Held At Martinsburg High May 26 Plans are being formalized for who will be talking on "Junk{ an Area Beautification Confer- ence to be held in Martinsburg at the Martinsburg High School on Thursday night, May 26, at 8 p. m. The conference is sponsored jointly by the Governor's Pro- gress Corps and lhe Committee onBeautification for the Put'mac Disposal." We are fortunate have Mr. Angus E. Peyton, Ci missioner West Virginia DepJ ment of Commerce who will t sent the"Aims and Goals of Governor's Progress Corps. In the interest of the three county area Mr. A. "Del" Swiger, President of West Virginia Restaurant tat[on, will discuss "Tourist Highlands. The program will last about two hours and each group is re- sponsible for one hour on the pitality" and Mr. O. J program. Speakers will include ,Jr., Department of Education Mr. Clifford Collier, Extension talk on "Tourist Hospitality Landscape Architect Specialist, its." Department of Public iment to come." West Virginia University, who will be represented by LL