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r )n ;town High Award,, ! berry, Barbara Brady, Norma Jen kins, Patti Kave, Suellyn Lehman, Patty Parsons, Harriett Stanley, James Kinkead, Harry Van Met. re and Eugene Whittington were the recipients of these honors. Mrs. Forrest Buckles, regent of Pack Horse Ford, Daughters of the American Revolution present was installed as pres program were Darrell Parsons, ed the Girl Good Citizenship pin] Student Council for vice president; Betty Jo Strider to Patricia Ann Kave. The winner i year 1961-62 at the an- secretary and David Derr, treas- had been chosen by the senioz Day Assembly at urer. Patricia "Parsons, retiring class and the faculty for her in- High School Thur president, presided, terest in home, school and com- munity. were made in! The Student Council's awards Dr. Ormsby Harry, dean of stu scholarship, citizen- for activities went to 13 seniors, dents at Shepherd College, pres. home economics, chosen through an activities point system by the council. Bonnie But ented college scholarships to Peg gy Jeanne Lowe, Patricia Parsons installed at the ler, Jackie Hughes, Jane Iken- and Bonnie Butler. Jackie Hugh- EXCLUSIVE WASHINGTON ENOAGEMENT Will Not Be Shown In Any Other Theatre in This Areal Worth a trip to Washington, D. C. ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS! MERIT AWARD"-Po,e ts Magozine DOUGLAS. LAURENCE OLIVIER SIMMONS. CHARLES LAUGHTON PETER USTINOV.JOHN GAVIN ..,TONY CURTIS o,,o,o+o, "iECHNICOLOR" SUPER TECHNIRAMK 70 LENSES BY PANAVXSION TIIKETs NOW ON SALE at BOXOFFIOE OR aY MAIL MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Reserved Seats Onlyl ~CHEDULE OF PRICES APID PERFORMANCES ,sdays, 1:30 p.m. $2.00~$2.O0 151.491 un. Hols., 2 p.m. 0rc_ L0gLl Jc. I Sun. thru Thurs. $2.5-~-~$2-,50-]~-.8dI Frl. Sat. Hols. $2.75 ] $2.75J $2.001 all prices indu,e tax "-" RESERVE YOUR TIOKETS NOW BY MAIL-- "i es had at a earlier time received the West Virginia Legislative Scholarship. Sixteen under-classmen were recognized by Edward B. Rogers principal for having scored in the 90 percentile in the National Educational Development Tests. This rating means that 90% of the pupils in the United States taking the tests made lower scor es than Stanley Eliott, Kathryn Kidwiler, Elsie Knightten, Ben Marshall, Paxton Marshall, David Derr, Douglas Fieger, Daniel Hot ney, Robert Keller, Cynthia Mill. er, Barry Mills, Darrell Parsons, Christine Shifman, Carol Skin- ner, William Speg and Norton Kay Whetzel. In the home economics field the Betty Crocker award to the senior girl with the highest grade on test measuring abilities in home economics went to Anna Louise III I Whitmer. The Proctor and Gam- ble trophy for the outstanding stu dent in home economics was pre sented to Patricia Ann Kave. The selection having been made by the teacher, Mrs. Ronald Rice. For another years service, bars were given to cheerleaders, Nor- ma Jenkins, Patricia Ann Kave Kathryn Kidwiler, Suellyn Leh- man and Harriett Stanley by Mrs. Lewis Miller, sponsor of the cheer leading activity. Judy Riggleman. won her letter in the field. Present Athletic Awards William Osbourn, coach, made the proper letter and bar awards in football to six seniors, Charles Hunter, Mike Grobosky, Lynwood Stride, Harry Van Metre, Richard Welsh and Eugene Whittington; even juniors, Stanley Eliiott, Har wood Kidwiler, Larry Osbourn Paul Park, Randy Snyder, Jef- frey Stephens, Marvin Thomas; and four sophomores, Douglas E1 liott, Barry Mills, Darrell Parsons and Terry Sarra. The managers John Renteh and Paul Raines, were recognized. The coach point ed out that Harry Van Metre had been named all-conference tackle. Basketball recognitions went to players Eugene Taylor, Charles Hunter, Wayne Leldew, Lynwood Stride, Charles Swope, Richard Welsh, Jerry Boyd, John Rentch, Randy Snyder, Larry Osbourn, James Hopewell, Jeffrey Steph- ens, Marvin Thomas, Andy Cav- alier, Barry Mills, Terry Sarra, William Speg; managers Paxton Marshall and Richard Blue; train er, Robert Keller. Charles Swope ! was cited for his placing on all- sectional tourney team. Charles Hunter, highest scorer in the sec ,tion, had also won the honor of being named to the "Tri-County Dream Team". Track-men having made over ten points were given letters: Iley Weller, Jerry Boyd, Douglas Fieger and Terry Sarra. Others taking part in the sport were Donald Cross, Danny Hammond, David Harry, Gary Hoagland, Mike Krish, Phil Shultz, Hank White, Charles Kidrick and Cur- tis Cole. Mr. Strider, baseball coach as- sured the players that their let- ters would be here at the close of the season and introduced the players for applause, Richard Welsh, Lynwood Stride, Eugene Whittington, Harry Van Metre, Eugene Taylor, Ben Marshall, Jef frey Stephens, Harwood Kidwiler WARNER Theatre . Terry Sarra, Barry Mills, Randy 13th & FSt. N.W. Washington4, D. C. ISe send D Orchestra ~[ZJL0ge-..-~[~ Salc0ny~.. Tickets at $ - ' [ Snyder, Marvin Thomas. r[~ Matinee__F'l Evening Performance on (date) Mr. Rogers praised the pupils alternate date l t for their attendance record this i l year. Despite the weather condit- lions, 62% of the student body -------- | o ,~ ~ m ~ ~r z, r, ,v- I will receive certificates for per- M--AKE C-~'CK OR MONEY ORDER PAYABLE TO THEATRE I ~.~ a ~x u~ Jr., ~ ~ [fect or faithful (no more than PLEASE ENCLOSE ST AMPED/_SEL.f.A~DDRESSED ENVELOPE; ...I ~l~..l~flP|'i~T(~- ~ARl~.~ ] three days missed) attendance. SPECIASO~SIDERATION ACCORDED GROUP THEATRE PARTIES ME. 8-4440. ~ ................ ]This is an exceptional record, he ~said in a school where more than PIBt~D~kl IN~Ptffl~ttli~lB~--+[ 75% of the pupils are transported. t,arcntun enu lncn~ I On the stage for the program were the members of the present 13Ih&FSt. N.W. Washinzlot14, O.C. ME$-4425 Charles Town, W. Va. student council: Patricia Parsons LOCAL TRAD~MAIgKS. Inc. DE LUXE = $OUNO ONLY - . MAY 28 ONLY MAY 29 / -WEDNESDAY MAY 30. 31 Do you like a comfortable home? Then you'll-like our quality fuel oil. Ar- range now for regular de- liveries. ~w~~ toP~taRoom Wonderful new DuPont g'Lucite" Wall Paint takes the mess out of'painting I Creamy thick, won't spatter or drip. No stirring o~ priming. Spread~ easily with or roller, Dries ia minutes to. a, lovely, fiat, washable flnisl~. Clean up with soap gad water, ---- DANIEL M. ANGEL ~s~l= KENNETH JAYNE' WA!J~ PAINT ~ Oma~r ~m Matched shades for woodwork in "DU~" ,ltaUn 8heea rmamel PEOPLES, SUPPLY ~INIIMASOI~' ~LOR D~' Dw LUXg Released ~y 20th Ceetuey.Fm~ PHONE 17 Charles Town, W. :Va. Paul Park, Patricia Kave, Jacquel ine Hughes, Suellyn Lehman, Jane Ikenberry, Harry Van Met- re, 3ohn Rentch, Helen Kline, Bar bara Creamer, Darrell Parsons, Margaret Hamstead, Cynthia Ri- der, Cheri Carter, Jan Shipley, Kenneth Lowe and Branny Ham stead. Host ,Of Awards Are ' Presentd. At Charles Town lurer High Donald Mickey presented the Student Council Award to Miss Margaret Saville and the Citizen. ship Award to Dickie Ebersole and Carla Alexander. Karla Kay Corbin, editor of the yearbook presented the following !students with yearbook awards: Larry Peer, Dick Ebersole, Marcy Reid, and CharLes Custer. Mrs. Gall Propps presented Karla Kay with the editor award. Mr. Kisner presented the Schol astic P. T. A. Award to Miss Ros ella Kern, which is based on the student's schoIastic record at Charles Town Junior High School. Mr. John Pestun, band director presented the Newspaper Award .to Miss Ann McCormick and the following Band awards: Carolyn Brown, Nancy Anderson, Dwight Myers, Kay Roper, Marie Penwell and Beverly Wharton. For the first time the Charles ?almer Davis Award was given to an outstanding student in the line of Current Events News- paper. Mrs. Simmons-presented this award to Miss Lois Brewer. Miss Donna Gageby presented the Cheerleader Awards to the following people: Shelia Moler Lan_a Marcus, Marcy Reid, Marion Merchant, Paula Stokes, Carla Al- exander and Karen Smallwood. Mr. Robert Kershner presented the following boys with Athletic letters or certificates: Ninth Grade--Wayne Whitmore Terry MarcUs, Donald Noland Larry Peer, Cletus Atkins, Larry Ambrose, Emory Kable, Bill C!app, Henry McCormick, Dirkie Ebersole, David Bowers, Larry Wilt, Larry Creamer, Johnny Mer chant, Michael Kidwell, Billy Mill er, Mgr.; Owen Johnston, Mgr.; Larry Ambrose. Eighth Grade--William Willing ham, Charles Jackson, Carlton He' hle, Michael Thompson, Meredith Polen, Swingley Bloom, Bill Mer- cer, Dickie Burns, Walter Carper, ~ill Nunn, Terry Lehman, Wal- ter Smith, Jack Coulter. Seventh Grade---Douglas Perks, Chester Hines, Ernie Jones. All students having perfect or faithful attendance records were recognized ia the assembly. The following students were re: cognized by the Kiwanis and the certificates given by Mr. Roscoe Payne, principal: Carolyn Ever- hart, Rosella Kern, Patricia Ma- hone, Jeannie Ramsburg, Jean Weller, Lois Brewer, Margaret Saville, Caleb Burns, Paula Stokes Robert Benton, Suzette Heinz, David Bowers, Anne West, Amon Grantham, Kay Stotler, Carla Al- exander, Marshall Thompson, John Merchant, Larry Ambrose, Richard Ebersole. By Patsy Zombro P. T. A. Picnic This coming Friday, May 26, the Middleway P. T. A. will give a picnic to the school children. Mrs. Ralph Church and three daughters and Mrs. Kenneth Ri- ley all of Shepherdstown were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Haf- ers. Mr. and Mrs. Toni Aquair of Baltimore, Md. were the Sunday guests of her brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. Johnson and son Tommy. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James, Miss Clemye Baker, Mrs. Forrest Watson and Mrs. Holmes White were supper guests of Mrs. Clay- ton Haines and Miss Eva Ramey in Charles Town on last Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Nicely and her grandson called upon Mrs. Earl Harter on Thursday morning. Vacation Bible School Vacation Church School will start Monday June 5 and last for two weeks at the Middleway Methodist Church. The time is 9, a. m. to 11:30 a. m. DST. All c~ildren in and around the comm- unity are welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Zom- bro and Patsy of Kearneysville called upon Mrs. Earl Hatter on Sunday afternoon. Mr. James Haler addressed the commencement at the Wardens- ville High School on Monday night. Little Miss Cindy Butcher and Little Master Timmy Butcher spent Thursday with Mrs. Holmes White. Mrs. Joe Gruber, Mrs. C. M. Kearns, .Miss Clemye Baker and Mrs. Holmes White attended the Spring meeting of the Hagers- town District W. S. C. S. at the Charles Town Methodist Church on Friday. Mr. John Wellman from the Veteran's Hospital is spending his vaeation with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns. Sunday callers with Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Childs were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Childs and children Kenny, Brenda and Gall and Mr. and Mrs. Ike Childs and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1961 5--A two children. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin DeHaven and Mrs. Eva Sergent of Martins- burg and Mr. and Mrs. Will Orn- dorff of Charles Town were the Sunday callers at Mrs. Levi De Havens on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth James of Charles Town and Mrs. Earl Harter vis- ited Mrs. Carroll H. Johnson on Thursday evening. Mrs. Toni De Haven and son Graicken spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bohrer of Jones Springs. Surprise Birthday Party Mrs. Stanley Dunn was given a surprise party Sunday in honor of her birthday by her children. Those present were Mr. Stanley Dunn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ramsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Lee, Mrs. Clara Dunn, Mr. Graf- ton Liskey, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Liskey, Miss Carolyn Carper and Mis Kitty Blue. Mrs. Dunn received many nice and useful gifts and wishes to thank everyone. Proud Paints Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Ring are the proud parents of a baby boy born Monday in the Charles Town General Hospital. Mrs. Ring is the former Miss"Rose Lee Dar- lington~, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Darlington. x We wish to THANKour many friends 'and customers who visited us during our "OPEN HOUSE" celebration RANSON, WEST VA. H. L MILLS GASOLINE STATION, CHARLES TOWN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 26th & 27th. --SUGAR BOWL-CREAM PITCHER AND TRAY- IN BEAUTIFUL CRYSTAL- ATT IVELY BOXED ACTUAL SIZE GET ONE OF THESE COMPLETE ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH EACH PURatASE OF rd DON'T MISS THIS GREAT-BIG-EXTRA SPECIAL 'PREMIUM! 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