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Charles Town, West Virginia
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May 28, 1959

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gPiRIT OF .IEFFER, 0N ra. tr R ADVOCATE g---A THURSDAY, MAY 1959 iii ~j !i: ii: i/ Hospital Auxiliary Corn Party, Rose Queen Members of t'he Jefferson Coun y Hospital Auxiliary made ex- tensive plans for their annual Spring pzoject at their regular mon, thly meeting Tuesday, May 26. A "Block Party" and "Queen of Roses" popularity contest will be held Friday, June 5 at the old Bakery Building, Liberty Street, s~arting a,t 11:30 a. m. with Mrs. H. H. Lehman and Mrs. Herbert Olson as co-chairmen. "Listed among the many interest tng items for sale that day are: Variety table-Charles Town Sen ior Woman's Club. Cookie Booth-Charles Town Junior Womans ClUb. Baked Goods-Jaycee-ettes. Home canned foods and farm products by combined County Farm Women's Clubs. Chris~mas Gift Table-~Mrs. Mar- shall Frye, chairman. Lunch concession- Auxiliary members. At the lunch coun,ter there will be plenty of country and city ham sandwiches, also mexican and hot dog sandwiches, bean soup pie. coffee and soft drinks. The Queen of Roses popularity contest with Mrs. O. S. Bloom dir acting, promises to be a unique, interesting and profitable under- taking with many organizations and individuals sponsoring "'the queens". A dance beginning at 8:30 p. m. at the Citizens Fire Hall will ser- ve as a climax to the Block Par- ty. Auxiliary members solicit your !patronage a.t this all day endeav- or to raise money for the C'harles Town hospital. Bible Classes Meet At Lutheran Church Sunday The men's Bible Class of Char lea Town and "Ranson will unite for ~he study of the lesson on Sun day morning (the F~f;th Sunday in the month) at the St. Thomas Lut~heran Church in Ransom Bud dy Stone of the Ltttheran Church w:|ll be in charge of the program ~or the occasion and a.nnounces that the service will begin prom- ptiy at 9:30 a. m. All men of each class are urged to make a special effort to be present Sund'ay mot- sing and the lesson will be conclu dad in plenty of time for each one %o return to their respective churches for the regular Sunday morning worship services at elev- en o'clock. Visitors are always us- a cordial welcome and it is hoped that as many men as poss- ible from this section will be pres eat Sunday morning. Circles Hethodist " " WI Meet Tuesday ~!rcles of the Woman's Society ~( _~,ristian Service of the Char- I~'S TOwn Methodis,t Church will Tuesday, Ju..e 2 7:30 p ,f~i 'at the homes aesigna~ecl with l~ ~xception of No. 1 w~t'Ltch will ~f~ Tdesday afternoon a~ 2:00 : No, 1, Ellen Atkinson, Mrs. Gro- cer Goode, chairman, with Mrs. E. L. Stolle. North George Street. No. 2 Grace Reu,ter, Mrs. Robert -Budden,hagen, chairman, with ~frs. C. L. Nicodemus, Charles Town. No. 3, Gladys Oberlin, Mrs. J. W. Carroll, chairman with Mrs. Harry Swtmley, First Avenue. No. 4 Eva Logue, Mrs. Bedford Green, chairman with Mrs. A, B. : Cash Jefferson Ave. No. 5 Elizabeth. Overby, Mrs. Harry Barker, cha~iPman, with ~Mrs. Thomas Kern, Jefferson Ave. N~. 6 Katherine Eye, Mrs. l~arry BlOWn, ~hairman, with Mrs. G. L. Brown, West Liberty ~t. Members of yhe faculty of wright Denny School honored ~hetr principal, Dr. James Moler with a dinner held a~t the home of ~Ir, and Mrs. Owen Conklyn on Keyes Ferry Road Friday, May 22. &fter dinner the Wright Denny ",family" presented Dr. Moler with a certMicate of wppreclation for his outsCJand~ng leadership. The certificate which was presen~ted by (Mrs. Margaret Kilmer read as fol lows. The Wright Denny School facul ty hereby expresses i.ts sincere ap preci~tion for the loyal support you have given to us as teachers and the untiring efforts you have ,made in beha}f af educaVlon in our school and county. We present bhis certificate on ~M~y 22, 1959 as a testimony of our affection and appreciation. The evening was spent in retain i@cln,g. ~Dr. Moler leaves Wright Denny School alter twenty years as prin oipal there, to serve as coordinat- or of educa$ion projects and act, i- vi~es for the St~e Departmen~ of Education in the eastern area of We~t Virginia. His duCAes will in- elude some teaching at ~hepherd Coltege. While the faculty deeply regret his re~ignatlon, i:t is h@ppy he has received this well deserved pro- motion in the field of education. Tharpe Bro. 1; R, W. McCormick 2; W. E. Walker 3; The three top individual cows belonged to Robert Butler No. 2, 2060 milk 4.9-101 fat; C. J. Caval- ier Ida 1950 milk 4.8-94 fat; W. E. Walker No, 6 2310 milk 3.7-.86 fat. Among Graduates At Stuart Hall School Jane ,Moore Ambrose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ambrose of "Paigr~ton'. Charles Town and &~ary R~ndo}ph Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of "Silver Spring", Charles Town, will be two of t,he 46 candida,tes presented by k~fiss Martha Dabney Jones, head-mlstreess of Stuart Hall, Staunton, Virginia to re'ceive ~%heir diplomas at the 150th an- nual Commencemen~t Services f Stuart Hall, Sunday, June 7 10:30 a. m. in Emmanuel Episco- pal Church, Stau,nton, VR. : The Rev. Victor S. Ross, Jr. rec tor of Emmanuel Church and Chaplain of the school, will con- duct the service and The at. Rev. William H. Marmion, D. D., Bish of t'he Diocese of Southwestern Virginia and President of ~he Board of Trustees of Stuart Hall wl'tl deliver the graduation sermon and award t~he diplomas. Beaver Patrol Elects Leaders EleCtion of officers featured a meeting of Beaver l~trol of Boy Scout Troop No. 42 held Monday, evening, i Those el~eted were: W. Smith, patrol leader; Mike Allen, assis,t- an~t ,patrol leader; Butch Hehle, bugler; Doug Perks, librarian; Larry Q~.O, ~Q~aartermaster; and R~]dy Magaha, scribe. Voice And Piano Recital At Methodist Church Miss Sally Watson, daughter of Mr..and Mrs. James Wwtson of Leetown, will give a vaice recital May 31 at 2:30 at ,the Oharles To~vn Methodist Church. lV~iss Wetson, w~ho is a studen of Miss Lorna Lee S~hull, win sing several selections by Bach and Handel, She will also sing several art songs and novel~ty numbers. Also featured in the recital wiN be 'Michael and Steve Do.rsey, sons of Mr .and Mrs. Paul Dorsey Jr. of Charles Town who will play several piano solos. The public is cordially invited. O. ".iThe top herd in milk ppoduction ,for April was the herd of W. E. Walker, Harpers Ferry wi,th 38 Z~s in milk and 4 dry. The herd an average 1060 pounds of rr~lk and 3'/ fat. First herd in but ~erfa~ belongs to Robert Butler, ~a~tinsburg wi@h 31 cows l,n milk ~i dry. His average was 1030 milk and 42 pounds of fat. Second place herd was Boyd Butler, Inwood, 40 cows in milk, two dry, his average being 1050 pound milk and 38 pounds of fat, Third place was the Roger Bane herd of S,.~r~m,i~t Poin,t wi,th 46 cows in mllk, two dry, his average being 1030 milk and 39 fat. A new herd was added this m