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U$ tNT ,11 Viener, a resident of Rich- Va but a former native and was honored the U.S. Navy I States, hell at the Sheraton-Washington in D.C. who has long been in- in and active in the Navy States, was give ot the Navy citation in neritorio- s Public the Navy, League. aWard was presented to Mr. audience o( by the Honorable Paul M. of the Navy, ight in the above picture. citation stated: Jacob M. s~ Yesrs of faithfal services to aggressive internal information pro- gram; and in his leadership of the Navy League's National Awards committee, and his efforts to bring together other civic organizations to join with the Navy League in special Navy Day Recognition luncheons. The citation concludes by stating that Mr. Viener's selfless dedication in educating the gnneral public on the need for Maritime Superiority, he is deserving of the Navy's highest conmqeudation. Mr. Viener has served as regional president; Mid-Atlantic chairman of the Navy League~as well as on the resolutions committee and the Maritime Board of Directors. Mr. Viener served on active duty with the U.S. Navy from 1942 until 194B, much of this time in the South Pacific. He retired from active duty with the Navy in 1946 as a Lt. Commander. Mr. Viener is one of eight sons of the spans the most . late Hyman and Rebecca Viener, who leadership roles of the resided in Charles Town for many years, with Jacob and his brothers all being horn and raised here. Mr. Viener is now an official with the Viener and Snns, Recycling plant in Paehmmd, Va. He is one of three Viener brothers who served in the Navy during World War II. Brothers Saul and Louis also served in the Navy. perm tim who appeared on the awards dinner pro- gram were: General P,X. Kelley, United States Marine Carp, CNO, Ad- miral James Watkins, USN, and Chief Executive Mr. McDonnell of the McDonnell-Douglas Aircraft Corlx tion. of the United States, and resourceful Manage hallmarks d your mmi-c~ventinns and Maritime Af- an aw~ of the role of the the security of our cann- a large degree t theCitia- that the Virginia General legislaticm enabling public schools by set- The citation further Mr. Viener displayed un- n establishing an ~t It t vr ***.yr. t k'SVILLE Wallace Welsh Dial 876-4]845 e Ambrose his 81st birthday on time of the year when the of Jefferson High School and Commence- Sunday afternoon, p.m. at the Jef- Cougar Field. Jefferson Elementary k'ience Fair and were: 3rd grade-First, 2nd, Andrew Tabb; and 4th was Sharon grade - tst and Best in Skinner; 2nd, Eric WUlinglutm. During the special ser- vice, Rev. Burtner gave a message, 'q'he Significance of Baptism." In ad- dition to the scripture, special music was sung by the Junior Ctmir, "Into My Heart" accompanied by Mrs. Raejean Secrist. The beautiful hymn "Gentle Shepherd," was sung by Mrs. Seerist and her brother Neff Stuckey accom- panied by Mrs. Marie Johnson. The family little Beth invited all the eon- gregatiom to remain for a reception in the social hall. Recent Memorials To Shephedstown Libraff A number of Memorials and gifts have recently received by the Shepberdstown Public Library acce- ding to Karen Kates Marshall. They include the following. ,q St. Joseph's Catholic School will pre- ceUmce. Evidnnce of this dedication to sent a program commemorating its the principles of scholarly excellence Centennial Anniversary on Sunday, is indicated try the recent accreditation May 29 at 2 p.m. in the school gym- granted St. Joseph's by the North Cen- nasium located at 336 South Queen tral Association of Colleges and Street in Martinsburg. The presenta- Schools. Such accreditation certifies tionwill provide anarrativehistoryof that the school subscribes to the St. Joseph's in music and skits featar- philmophy of develel/m8 and maintain- ing the school children of all grades ing high standards. N.C.A. accredita- with many parents and ahmmi also tnk. tion also emmres that students are ac- ing roles. The program is under the ceptod at their grade level ff they direction of Sister Frances Anne and relocate in another area. As such, St. Miss Betsy Kilmer with assistance JoKl3h's in the first private elemeatary from the parents of students, school in West Virginib and the only The origin of St. Joseph's School is primary school in Berkeley Co. to he rooted in the pilgrimage of a group of accredited by a national review Sisters from the community of the association. Daughters of Charity, founded by St The school administration and faeul- Vincent DePaul and St. Louise ty extends a most cordial invitation to DeMarillac in 1633 in France. Tim fwst the public to attend their Ceatennial American cem~munity wu established celebration May 29. The program will by Sister Elizabeth Ann Seton in Era- begin promptly at 2 p.m. and will last mitsburg, Md in 1809. Mother Seton aRproximately one hour. ~ents was canonized as the first American will be served following the perfor- Saint in W75. mance. There is no admission charge. The school as it is known today first In addition to the above celebration, opened its doo in September, 1883, which is the culminating act vity of the with some SO children mrolled. St. weekead, St. Joseph's Alumni will host Jose~'s continued to grow until 1914 a dinner and dance on Saturday, May when a new building was erected; in 26th at the 157th Military Polic Ar- Ig$4 a new convent was built to house mory. All members of Alumni are in- the Sisters. In the school's 100 years of vited. Former principals Sister Enrica, existence over one thotumnd students Sister Amelia and Sister Mary Patrick have graduated, having prepared will attend the dinner along with sisters to enter classrooms of higher learning who are members of the present school or to make their way in life. The last staff. The guest spmker at the celebra- clam to graduate from the high school tion will be Miss Mary Murray, past did so in l 70, after which the schoul on- National Regent of the Catholic ly em'olled students to the sixth 8rade. Daughters of America and Professor of In 19'/7, 7th and 8th grade classes were Economics at Frnstburg State College. resumed, and a Kindergarten was The liturgy on Sunday, May299a.m. added, at St. Joseph's School will highlight St. Joseph's School has always celebration of the School Centennial. stressed the spiritual and moral value Reverend William Nolte will be the of our society as well as academic ex- celebrant. M.A.D.D. Chapter Commended For Tri-County Area Programs free ride service which will he available in each county for young peo- ple for the prom and graduation nights. In Jefferson County information on the free "taxi" service may be obtained by calling Mary Myers at 725-3633. Treasurer David Miller stated cur- rent membership was 47 regular and 87 associate. Eastern Panhandle has contributed toward a scholarship at Martinsburg High Sebeol in the name of Roger Moss. This scholarship for $450 will become an annual one, contributed to also by his former journalism class at ME[S, and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Moss of Berkeley Springs. Courtroom statistics, drunk driving cases are being compiled by Dr. Keith Recht so viable statistics will be available from the Eastern Panhandle. The next meeting will be held June 6 m Martinshurg Speaking at the regular monthly pro- gram meeting of the Eastern Panhan- dle Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD), Mr. Harry Browning commended the group on the progran they have planned for the tri-eounty area and on the success rate they have had in uplifting public awareness to its current level. A certified addictions cmaw~lor at the Eastern Panhandle Mental Health C~nter, Mr. Bro~ has over 15 years experience working with alcohol related progratm, his current affiliation of working with the DUI and Safety Treatment Program. Mr. Browning related to the group his function in persons referred to his program. He stated, "We want to work to change a persan's behavior." He sosgested the State Administrative Procedure be changed regarding ar- rests for driving while intoxicated. He stresses the procedure should he ad- ministered straight across the board without except/ous for social clam stan- ding. He suggested plea bargaining should be eliminated and driver's licenses be revoked when arrested for drunk driving. Mr. Browning par- ticularly stressed the need to There were no and 4th A Walk in Fm, t: the Woodlandsrehabilitate those arrestod in alcohol grade- tat, Nicute Pickot; Perez; 3rd, Jarnie Oliver of North America, by Albert List. related incidents before the drinking e Gunter and 4th iveaAnswers questions about interacting problem becomes acute. areas of a forest. (Juvenile) Memorial A large operational graphic clock in- l ett. Vbe sixth grade had to Frank Walker Smith from dicated the results of drinking on a seemul awards, but the 3rd Miss Linnie Schley human physiolngicaly and emotional- t to Terry Shelton and Kel- Jalmaese Gardeas, by Weady Mur.ly with predictable end results. and fourth went to Steve phy and Reck and Water GardMs, by "Here," Mr. Browning said, "we can David Ferrell. Approx-Ogden Tanner. Ti.me-Life En- see why the 'buddy system' of drink- Students in grades three cyclopedia of G~. Memorial to ing is becoming so popular." As he inthe outlined the effects of alcohol it became apparent now evident the bodily pro- ce es change. Mr. Browning related the ettgibtttty statistics and enrollment rate in his c0urse wldch is eomprbed of S beurs of De emtve Drip, * hours of Prngm- when nothing is good enough Mrs. Gisela Wenner from Mr. and Mrs. County Elementary Wayne Bjorlie. ttheJnniorDivi- Deeerattag With Phmts, by Oliver Anne Skinner of NJES, Allen, Ferns, by Philip Perl, and Sheis the G.rdentag u ts, by Wendy M~hy, Time-Life Encyclopedia of thia this yopng lady Gardening. Memorial to Helen Cash " far. It was a tough fair Axmstro~ from Mina Goodrich. The Englishwoman's Ganlem, by Thomas spent the Al', de Lees-Miine. 36 women write visiting with about their own splendid ~. family, Mr. and Mrs.BeautLful]y illustrated. Memorial to Mrs. McGarry Snyder from Mr. and rove a holiday to Mrs. Joseph Barrat. Day, MondayMay l~e Fh-st Eli~beth, by Carnlly on June 9 when the Erickson. Biography of one of 4-H Club will meet Enl0und'smostouts/andi menarc . Memorial to Mrs. Paul E. Miller, Sr. in the meial ball of tbe from Mrs. Richard Crane. Church of Christ. All Memm'les of Sitentndeab Junct/m~, by Virginia Blaekford Kable. IX'~ent. Presented by the Bee Line Chapter, I Service for the Sacrament Daughters of the American Revolution, oveaingat Charles Town, W.Va. Church of Christ. Arthm"s Eyes, by Mare Brown. A Wakh was givnn thoughtful children's storybook about ' the Roy. Roger a youngster's adjustment to his new altar with her proud eyeglasses. (Gr. 1-3) Gift of the At - Watsh, ilia,to the West Virl0nia Optometr and Virginia Association. Res/dent/al & Comme ia/ Mechanical Contractor Is looking for career rain- to our team. Benef Include paid vacations }or medical and life insuran~, profit sharing, . P~. 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He also received a earn- The AnLmal WeLfare Society of Jef- mendation for attaining the highest ferson County announces plans for basic Rifle Marksmanship score in his staging a "Pet Photo" contest, and cycle. urges all pet owners in Jefferson Corm- Mr. and Mrs. Ratcliff attended their ty to participate, son's graduation. Harold E. Hall, who is chairing the Pvt. Rateliff subsequently went contest, states that all a pet owner has throngh Advanced Individual Training to do to participate is to take a black at Fort Leonard Wood, and was the and white photo o[ your pet and send it honor graduate of his group. to "Pet Photograph Contest", 311 South He currently is serving at Fort Samuel Street, Charles Town, WV Lewis, Washington. 25414. The Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate has Those presenting themselves were: agreed to publish the three photos flley JHS students: David A. Glascock, judge to he the best. Contest entries must be mailed no Shari L. Shrewsberry, William C. later than June 15 and all enUdea Burwell, Charles W. Dozier, SharonK. become the property of the Animal Jones, Shannon C. Donley, Carolyn J. Schultz, Pamela M. Via, Lynda L. Welfare Society. Hall said the winning entries will be Louke, Bryan R. Pddgeway, Diane M. selected on the basis of hunum interest Wydmki, Lance P. Craft, Tonia D. and photographic clarity. The contest Judy, Craig F. Stephenson, Marian E. will be open to all residents of Jeffer- Galloway, Daren S. Magness, Jade Charley, Jeffrey T. Kisner, Lois A. son County with the exception of of- Holmes, Patricia M. Sanderson, Susan ricers and employees of the Animal M. Carper, Gary W. Miller, Mark A. Wefare Society and the Spirit of Cegle, KerstinR. Baird, KevinJ. King, Jefferson-Advocate. Entries must be Michael E. McDonald, Felicia L. black and white photos of any size up Kidrick, Dawn B. Cockerille, Faith A. togbyl0incha.Theconte@ant'sname Davis, Nadine C. Ledford, J. Barrie and address must be written clearly in Harem, Joan M. Fox, Linda D. Hart, ink on the back of the photegraph, Make A. Sarra, Louis J. Amta, Gary L. along with the name of the pet. No Grantham, Sheena M. Roberts, Sonya slides, negatives or color prints will be Y. Taylor, Colleen M. Coomler. accepted. Jefferson Co. Board of Education: sion of Alcoholism, 3 hours of Alcohol Prizes to be awarded with completion Sherry M. Brown, Stephen B. Peterso~. and Its Effects on Health and 3 hours of the judging will be $20 cash first place, $10 for second place and $5 for Eager Beavers 4-H of Blood Alcohol Content and Effects on third. For additional information call Driving Ability. A newly formed DUI Alumni group Harold E. Ha, 725-8S48. P an Future Events has been established for additional group therapy support for offenders. Bloodmobile Gets ~ Eagerbeavers 4-S Club held their monthly meeting on May 18 at Chapter President Noel Douglas of ing ,:00 p.m. at the Natimml Site. 34 Units Dur it was ci.b portion of the meeting announced the Eastern Panhandle Chapter was of- Jefferson Visit ribb for U t Health and Field Day which was ficiaily recognized by national head- based on club attendance and pesters quarters in California as the l~lst The student government of Jefferson that were entered by each member. chapter in the 26th state in the country. High School sponsored an April 26 visit It is the first chapter in West Virginia. of the Red Cross Bloodmohfle to the Talks and demonstrations were given President stated support has school. The result, - 41 presentments, by Shane Roper - Rabbits, Jennifer been pledged by each Prosecuting At- 34 units of blood collected, 10 of them O~, This is 4-H, Keith Blackford, torney'soffu~eineachofthethrescoun- from first time donors. Building a Crystal Radio and Joy Osbom'n, Fit it All Together Lace and ties comprising the Eastern Panhandle American Red Cross Volunteers Hair Care. Chapter, that of Morgan, Berkeley, and were Mrs. Albert Schwartz, Mrs. Ed- It was also noted by Reporter Tom Jofferson Counties. She reiterated, by win Jurek and Mrs. J. M. Wilson. Stu- DeC.d-ave that this was the last meeting name, that David Savasten, Patrick dent volunteers were Steve Tolhert, for the year until September. Henry III, and Braun Hamstead, were Beverly Schwartz, Michelle Taylor, Upcoming events were announced: pledged to upholl the law in offenses in- Caryn Taylor, Craig Stephenson, June 2e swim party ; July l0, picnicat volving drunk drivers. Marian Galloway and Sheri ~Park; and Awpmt 13, achieve- Plans were outlined regarding the Shackleford. merit program. 213 There's oniy one thing better than a great Frigidaire appliance. A great Frigidaire appliance ON SALE! 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