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L The annual awards assembly Ennis, Betty Brown, Dena Stiles, ~as held at the Charles Town Theda Wintermoyer and Ruby ~igh School Friday, May t2, The Jenkins, Honorary Service to Jour ~llowing awards were given: nalism presented by Mrs. Richard ~Boy's State-Joseph Cloud, Bob Scholl. ~own and Tommy Crane present Music Awards-Stephen Cloud, ~l by Mr. Manning Smith. Barbara Coulter, Alice Edwards, wards'Jane Rissler by Miss Mar- tha Kochenderfer. D. A. R. Award-Judy Jenkins and David Ellis by Mrs. C. W. Moore. Spardsh Award-Patsy Grant and t Charles Moler by Mrs. C. W. Ship ley. :? Girl's State-Carolyn Urquhart. Roger Dailey and Jimmy Ebersole ~cesented by Mrs. Richard Shy- by Mr. John Pestun. ~er. Hyman Viener Awards to the Jane Mullen ~tr " ,; ournahsm.Betty Brown presen best matematms student-Leel P. T. A. Science Award-Lee by Mrs. Richard Scholl. Brown by Mr. Joseph Viener. [Brown by Mr Norman Kisner Z Quill and Scroll Award-Nancy Franklin & Marshall Book A-I Thespian .~ward-Lewis Atkins, : ..... , _ Miss Thelma Pearl. Citizen of the Year-Betsy Wy- DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist [ song by Mr. Gordon Eismon. EYE8 EXAMINED -- GI~kBSF~ FITTF.~ | Valedictorian-Mary Cheshire by Hours:---9:45 - 5:00---Closed Tuesday and Thursday | Miss Virginia Rider. "OPEN EVENINGS By Appointment Only. | Salutatorl.an-Ahce Edwards by Phone 785 112 8. Charles St. Charles Tow~ W. VL | Miss Virginia Rider. | Commercial-Mr. Willard Martin .......... ! Margaret Lloyd. Typing I; Evelyn ..... A T .... DOUBLE AMOUNT OF FAMILY STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN ON ALL SALES EXCEPT CARS SATURDAY. PREMIUMS GALORE WITH FAMILY STAMPS .-d ASK FOR THEM! -- GET FREE PREMIUM CATALOG -- ATLANTIC GASOLINE AN OLD RELIABLE BRANDED GASOLINE. IMPERIAL AN OLD RELIABLE BRANDED GASOLINE. May 25 - lt. To settle the Estate of the late J, L Trli~t~, Jr., I:will sell the following Personal Property, located approximately 3 miles North of Shepherdstown, W. Vs., on the Shepherd Grade Road, known as the Wild Goose Farm, in Jefferson County, on BEGINNING AT 10:04} A. M. (D. s. T.) Mahogany Tombour Desk, 4 Poster Spool Bed (Cherry); Pair Chippendale StYle Single Beds with Box Springs; Mahogazw Pineapple Bed, Maple Spool Bed, Steinway Baby Grand Piano, Sideboard (Hepplewhite); Needle Point Bench, Granctfather Clock (Signed by Gilbert and made in Yorktown. 1800); Cathedral Mantel Clock, V4ahtut Wardrobe, Curley Maple In- terior with Mirror Doors; 2 Walnut Bookcases, Walnut Wash s~a~-td, Walnut Cradle, Large French Bed, 2 Adam Mirrors, Mahogaxty Dining T&ble with 8 Chairs; Walnut Drop Ikat Table, Mahogany Bureau Desk, 2 French Privincal Chairs, 3 Boudoir Chairs, Library Table, 8 Victorian Side Chairs, Comb Ba~k Chair Windsor; 6 Reed Bottom Dining Room Chairs, 4 Oval Tables, Several Chest of Drawers, Cutting Table, 3 Luggage Racks, U x18 Oriental Rug, Four 5x7 Oriental Rugs, Mantel Clock, M~hogany Dresser, Several Fireplace Sets including Brass Andirons, Fenders zmd Tools; Wrought Iron Candle Sticks, Mahogany Extension Table, Wrought Iron Hall Tree, Glass Va~nity, Beds/de Tables, Maple Single Bed, Two 5 Piece Bedroom Suits (modern); 4 Piece Living l~oom Suite (modern) ; Lamps, Coldspot Deep Freeze, Frigidaire Elee- tril Stove, Frigidaire Automatic Washer, Bendix Automatic Home Ironer, Hamilton Beach Mixer, Hamilton Beach Vac. Cleaner, Hall Chair, 8 Piece Reed Porch Furniture, Clothes Hamper, Baby Bed. Books, Pictures, Frames, Sylvani~ 21- Inch T. V., good condition; Trunks, Sleigh, 2 Electric Brood- ers, Power Saw, Royal Typewriter. Drapes, Electric Fa~ Davenport, Swivel Chair, Wheel Chair, FEte Cabinet, Sleigh Bells, High Chair, Waffle Iron, Coffee Pot, Cooking Utensils, 2 Ice Buckets, Quantity of China, Glassware Including Cut (~lass Minton, ltaviland, Spode, Venetian; Quantity of Mer- ling and Plated Silverware (approx. 2.50 pieces) including Gorham, Kirk, Sheffield Plate; Mirrors, Odd Chairs, Chests, Linens, Bed Clothing, and Other Articles that are too num- erou~ to mention. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. MILLER AND THARPE. Auctioneers. HENSELL AND MORELAND, Clerks. LEE BUSHONG, Executor OF J. L TRIPELTT, JE. ESTATE At the same time, place and terms, to settle the Estate of the late Bertha D. L~mon (in Early Afternoon) I Will Also Sell THE FOLLOWING:--- 4 Poster Bed, See~tary Desk, Chaise Lounge, Foot Stool Dressing Table, Nested Tables, Wooden Chest, Unlimited Qua~xtity of China. and Glassware, including Mitk Gla~s Goblets and Sherbets, Decanters, Cruets, Ink Wells, Candle Holders, Custard Dishes, Champagne Glasses, Wine Glasses, Some Haviland and Limoge China~ Some Sterling Silver, Lamlm, Boudoir Chair. Rocking Chair, Bed Pillows, Clothing, Dres- ser, Cooking and Kitchen Utensils, and Other Rrticles that are not mentioned. LEE BUSHONG, Executor OF BEREHA D. LAMON ESTATE. Lunch Will Be Served By the Ladies Auxiliary of the of the Shepherdstown Fire Company. Ruu 25 a tcl &me $- Lloyd, Typing II; Kay Myers, out standing commercial student. American Legion Auxiliary-Sus an Gibson, Mrs. Mary Magaha. Camp Horseshoe-Rebecca Dunn and Bob Dailey, Mr. Willard Mar tin. Ray Beahm, retiring president, the student Council gay el to the new president, Patsy Ris sler. Summit Point P. T. A. Scholar- ship-Mary Cheshire, Mrs. John Laycock. Student Council Workshop-Pat- sy Rissler, Miss Helen Roberts. The Bi-State Trophy was presen ted by Leo Kisner to Mr. William Brown. The trophy will be display ed in the trophy case in the Char Ins Town Senior" High School. Those who had perfect attend anee-45. Those who had faithful attend- ance-97. A memorial trophy ~vas given to Danny Eismon as outstanding senior athlete by Mr. Shirley Hunt. Mr. Ronald Phillips presented awards to Bob Brown for the out standing junior athlete and to John Lowery for the outstanding sophomore athlete. Senior Sportsmanship-Award- Harold Gray, Mr. Ronald Phillips. Underclassman Sportsmanship Award-Wayne Lloyd, Mr. Ronald Phillips. The following boys were award ed letters by Mr. Phillips and Mr. William Jordan. Football: Jimmy Lemen, Leo Kisner, Steve Roper, David Dillow Steve Willingham, Harold Gray, Other officers elected to serve are: Mrs. William Anders, vice !president; Mrs. Paul Propps, re- cording secretary; Mrs. Irvin Propps, treasurer; Mrs. Benny Dorsey, corresponding secretary. Elected to serve on the Board of Directors were: Mrs. Robert Wade :Mrs. Norman Kisner and Mrs. Donald Engle. The members decided to send a $5.00 contribution to the Cancer Society. Reports were heard from var- ious committees. The Committee for planning the annual Install- ation with the Jaycees reported tentative plans and stated that definite plans would be made soon and each member would be informed at that time. Club members voted on the Key Member Award after the chairman, Mrs. Norman Kisner gave a report on the activities of each eligible member. This is an award that is presented each year at the annual Installation Dinner to a member who has done out- standing work within the club in the past year..Past winnei's have been Mrs. Carl Merchant, Mrs. Al- vin Ennis Jr. and Mrs. Norman Kisner. i Points of interest that they vis they toured the house, grounds ited were the House of Represen- and other points of interest. tatives Building where they visi- Returning to Arlington, Va. ted West Virginia's Congressman they visited the Tomb of the Un- Harley O. Staggerswho conducted known Soldier in the Arlington them on a tour of that building, Cemetery and watched the 5 then Pat Ingrain of Charles o'clock changing of the guards. Town, now of Washington, D.C. After eating supper in a Hot SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FX M aS 2---B THURSDAY, MAY EDDING ANNIVERSARY with relatives and FOR MR. AND MRS. SNYDER At a special Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Snyder try of Trinity of Shenandoah Junction quietly Sunday Rev. Douglas celebrated their 50th wedding an formed them that niversary on May 10. leaving June 26 to They, together with their child sibilities as a ren and families went to Battle- Church Cathedral, town Inn on Tuesday evening for as. dinner. On Wednesday they flew to Mi- GO TO CHURCH Each member was given a broom to sell in conjunction with the Clean-Up program for the community during the month of It's a pleasure for our bank to wish you well. May. The business meeting was ad- journed. We're mighty proud of your accomplishments. A white elephant sale was then held. Mrs. Alvin Ennis Jr. served as auctioneer at which time club members bought such items as puzzles, ear rings, books, records, silver box, lamp shade and other i old items and also new items such as blouses, shorts, pies and cakes which were made by club members. The net profit on this sale was $11.72. Mrs. Donald Eng!e, hostess and Mrs. Alvin Ennis Jr. then served delicious refreshments of raspber ry sherbert, angel food cake and coffee or tea. David Van Metre, Tom Stocks, Charles Jackson, Ray Beahm, Joe Brownie Tr6o enjoy Cloud,~ Dickie Wilson, Herbert Dinges, Tom Doyle, Woody Oden, BUS Trip, Tour Of Danny Eismon, Bob Dailey, Larry MCo k, Bob erhood, B.ddy i Washington Sights Stocks, Don Ballenger, 3~ Wilt, Tom Crane. ...... * Track: James Ahalt, Steve Rop- Wednesday, May 10 Brownie er, Danny FAsmon, Randy Ander- Troops Number 15 and 18 of Ran son, Donald Ballenger, Harold son went by bus to Washington, Gray, Gary Linaweaver, Leo Kis- D. C. Mount Vernon, Va. and Ar ner, Charles Jackson, Joe Orndor lington, Va. ff, Wayne Lloyd, Dickie Wilson, -: David VanMetre, Woody Oden, Steve Willingham. Basketball: Sam Taylor, Dickie Wilson, Danny Eismon, Joe Orn- dorff, Bob Brown, John Lowery, Charles Moler, Donald Ballenger. Baseball: Pete Peterson, Steve i Roper, Charles Jackson, Bob Dav is, Woody Stagner, Danny Eismon John Lowery, John Snow, Steve Willingham, Harold Gray, Dickie Wilson. NORMAN E. KISNER INSURANCE AGENCY Office City 'Building Telephone 552 Charles Town, W. Vs. I FOR YOUR .-AND OTHER Call 424 I J;: Edward Magaha' NORTH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (Free Estimates Cheerfully Given. Just Call Us.) during the past four years, enthusiastic too about your future in our land of opportunity, Please do feel free to call on us at any time for any friendly advice can give you. We 'are always happy to have you visit us. For Friendly Help WitliAli Your Ban ing"N &[s(' 6u *depend on us. MEMBER FDIC--MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM PHONE 10 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. .................. ~":-- ~ ' " "'*7 ............ ,-' '- @ says Mr. H. N. Whitmore 16 1 1 The Terrace Hagerstown, Maryland "Electric Air Conditioning fills our house with comforting warmth in the winter and with wonderful coolness in the summer all for just 58 cents a day.* In fact we enjoy Total- Electric Living for less than a dollar a day (98 cents)* and this includes heating and cooling," says H. N. Whitmore. *(four year average before the new, low rate) And this includ, s year-round ak conditioning, lighting, elec- tric cooking, refrigerating.freezing, dlshwmhlng, clothes wc ing, water heating, and many small electric app//ance . WHITMORE'S HEATING JL OPERATION: ESTIMATED 58 a day for HEATING ONLY In 1956, Mr. Whitmore, nc v a retired mechanical engineer, care. fully planned his home and was given the above ESTIMATED COST --]or heating only--with aa All-Electric Heat Pump. ,ACTqAL 58 a day for HEATING AND COOLING! Now, after a 4 year period, Mr. Whitmore's home, which of 6 rooms (1200 square feet, plus 375 square feet in util is a constant source of enjoyment all year 'round. YOU BUILD, BUY OR STEP UP TO BETTER LIVING WITH FULL HOUYEPOWER REMODEL . . INVESTIGATE SEND THIS COUPON FOR ALt THE FACTS Flamelo. Electric Heating and Total Electric Living i !!I ! !il III! i11111 !111, ill IIII1| !111 | IIIIII 1111!11 I [ ELECTRIC HEATING DEPARTMENT THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY, Hagerstown, Md. We are planning to [] build [] remodel [] replace I old equipment. Please send information on folMwiag: I I [] heat pump [] other electric heating. I blame I Address I I ..... I I I il~||il[lt I !!1 itI I I I " | iil(~I~| *4t* t