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KIDS- GET YOUR PER MAGIC WHISTL E-- FREE WITH P - F TENNIS SHOES! FC Miss Barbara Hough Engagement Announced To Mr. Howard Roper MISS BARBARA HOUGH Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hough of Route 2, Charles Town, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Jean, to Mr. Howard Stephen Roper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard M, Roper of Ransom Miss Hough is a graduate of -Charles Town High School and attended Shepherd College. She is presently employed as a secre- tary in the Powhatan Brass and Iron Works. Mr. Roper is a graduate of Charles Town High School and has just returned from serving in the Armed Forces. He is pres- ently employed with Hahn's E- lectrical Service. No date has been set for the wedding.. Go To Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George A. Funk. houser of Tuscon, Arizona, are the proud parents of a son weigh- Ahg 7 lbs, 3 oz., born May 31st. Mrs: Funkhouser is the former Miss Rebecca Buckner of Pul- aski, Virginia and Mr. Funk- houser is the son of Mrs. Jonas A. Funkhouser and the late Mr Funkhouser of Charles Town. Mrs. Vernon Cofer and son, Jim of Norfolk, Va., visited last week with" Mrs. Cofer's mother Mrs. G. K. Wysong, at her home on South Samuel Street. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton, of Ranson, visited Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lamp Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russell, of Rochester, Pa., visited Mr. Rus- sell's sister, Miss Dallas Russell Miss Linda Black Engagement Announced To Mr. Stephen Brdl ...... ---:=-----:----=== ........ Mrs. Buddy Smoot, and two child- grandfather of Miss Beeler, Mrs. Miss Barbara Hunt Is H. D. Beeler, Berkeley Springs, Mrs. F. M. Carlin, Jr., Alexandria, Va., Mrs. J. Glenn Brown, Beirne hlstatted As Worthy Brown, Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Beeler, Jr., and H. B. Beeler, III, of Char- les Town. After spending one Adv|s0r Rainbow G|rls week with her parents, Miss Beef er will return to Washington, D. C., where she will be a secretary to the President of Group Hos- )italization, Inc. Larry D. Wilt will graduate from Monroe College, Winchester, Virginia, as Computer Technology major on June 4., Larry has a position with Victor Products Corporation, Hagerstown, Mr. and will resid~ at home after graduat- ion. He is the son of Mrs. Myrtle E. Wilt of 115 S. Charles Street, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gassler of Pleasant Valley Road, Titus- ville, N. J., have returned home after spending the holiday week- end with Mrs. Helen E. Johnson and brother Mr. E. F. Brown of 110 North George Street, Ransom Mrs. Fred Propps has returned to her home on Jefferson Avenue over the Memorial Day holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Petrovich MISS LINDA BLACK of Chicago, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. DaY- Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Black oJ after visiting her son-in-law and id Rickman, two children, David White Plains, N. Y., announce daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley and Lee, Long Island, N. Y., and the engagement of their daughter Hunt and family in Lakeland, Fla. Miss Zola Braithwaite, Middloway Linda, to Stephen French Brill, Weekend visitors of Mr. and spent the weekend with Mr. and son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Madison Mrs. C. W. Barton, 2nd Avenue, Mrs. George Brent, BrooklandBrill, of Charles Town. were their daughter, Mildren, son- Farm, near Charles Town. Miss Black, a graduate of White, Forrest G. Hoffmaster and Miss Susan Porterfield, daugh- Plains High Schools, will graduate sons, Alan and Paul of Linthicum ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip T.from George Washington Univer- Heights, Md. Alan, their oldest Porterfield, Jr., 709 S. Samuel sity in August. son, is graduating from Andover St., Charles Town, has completed ........... T4ov fiane~ L'~ a ~,ra- duate of High School, ......... June 7th, and will the work of the senior, class of Woodrow Wilson" H~h'- School. in enter, me tJn]vers~ty of Maryland the Preparatory School of Penn Washington, D. C. He attended m September.. ..... Hall Junior College and Prepar- the University of Virginia Exten- .. Mrs. l~aoml uarrow, clerk ~.or atory School, Chambersburg, Pa. sion and American University. He ~enerai xempnone t;o., t:narms Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton,is the District Sales Representat- Town, was a pauent in the Char. were dinner guests Thursday ev- ire for National Presto Industries[ lea Town General Hospital. cuing with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. of Eau Clair, Wisconsin. I Dr. Jerry Wilson, Warrenton, O'Neill, Charles Town. The oc- A November wedding is plan-[ Vs.,' spent the weekend with his casion was to celebrate the Hin- ned. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall ton's 40th wedding anniversary. Wilson, Sr., near Leetown. The Miss Caroline Selden, Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Kearsley ing their aunt, Mrs. Clarence Ho- former's wife and daughter left May 24 by plane for Texas and Selden, Charlotte, N. C., spent bart, who is a guest at the Jeff- returned on Tuesday, May 31. last ~feek in Charles Town, visit- ersonian Manor. On Monday, May 30th, Mr. and 14G On Charles MISS BARBARA HUNT On Sunday, May 22, at the Asbury Methodist Church, Miss Barbara Hunt was instolled as Worthy Advisor of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls, Charles Town Assembly No. 46. Miss Hunt; Daughter of Col. and Mrs. Jay Hunt, has been active in Rainbow since September 1962 and was recently awarded the Grand Cross of Color, the highest honor a Rainbow Girl can receive. She was active in school activit- ies, serving as Captain of the ear. sity cheerleaders and a member of the Future Nurses and Student Council. She is a co-validictorian of this year's graduating class of, Charles Town High School, and: is a member of the Asbury Metho dist Church. Other officers installed were: Worthy Associate Advisor, Yene- tta Snyder; Charity, Karen Mar- cus; Hope, Vicki Davis; Faith, Gayle Marshall; Drill Leader, Ann Miss Margaret Saville. Tapped For Jr. Women s Honorary At WVU Miss Margaret Saville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Saville, Charles Town was tapped into the Junior Woman's Honorary at West Virginia University on May 4. This honorary, known as Chi- .... ~lger sewi RMERS , Ilike new SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FA ADVOCATE ~rns, etc : THIJRSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 A{~75r""3 pai llltJl~kDIJktl, OL).tNI~ .(-~ 17/U~]P .~ , . Can , ........... -J~ally For Circle 6, Chairman, Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Sudie K. Ringer, Kear~r~ _ ward Morgan, will meet in Fellow ville, Rt. 1. - ship Hall at 9:30 a. m. A nursery Mr Harry A. Brill, Har~,~. ~ox 2~ Bible Study Group, Wednesday Ferry. ~,n~'2"t'P is provided for this Circle Mr Millard D. Ott, tIa~ ]E~ Ferry, Rt., 2. ave your Mr. James E. Whittington, ft and ele rles Town. ~er $1. 1~ Mrs. May V. Johnson, ShE ). INC. :mes, chooses its members On the ~basis of scholarship, leadership, and service. Miss Saville was also initiated into the French honorary this L semester and was elected secre- OBSTETRICAL tary of Associated Women's Stu- Mr. and Mrs. James C. Jenkins dents. Her other activities include a girl born May 24, 1966, Summit being activities chairman for Pi Point. Beta Phi, social sorority, and wor Mr .and Mrs. David R. Kranen- king as an Undergraduate Assis- tant in her dormitory. She is also active in one of the campuses political parties, the All-Campus Party. berg, a girl born May 28, 1966 Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold G. See, a girl born May 28, 1966, Kearneys ville. SURGICAL Mrs. Margie M. Viands, Ranson. Mr. Stephen P. O'Brien, Charles "My Debt To The Present doah Junction. ay 2-1-t. Miss Mary V. Albert, Cl~2"--------- Town, Rt. 1. [rry, Sar~ Mr. Wayne H. Spalding, Ch~'tYou kn, Town. Jddle~et' Mr Edward L Blake, SunUP oerg{ ~Mwnr~. Catherine Lee, C Master Edward G. Byers, ]~'Qay. more, Md. Baby Timmy W. Leopold, ville, Md. Mrs. Stella V. Painter, ville. Mr. Raymond C. Martin, renton, Va. Mr. Ernest E. Chapman, andoah Junction. Generation" Will Be Sermon For Methodists The Rev. Lee Williams wiii use "My Debt To The Present Gene- ralston for his sermon subject Sunday, June 5, at Asbury Metho- dist Church, comer of N. Charles and North Streets. This worship service is held at 11 a. m. and will be broadcast over WXVA at that time. Church School is held at 9:30 a. m. with classes for all ages. The church invites you to come and worship. Bible School will begin June 6. There will be classes for the Nursery Department through the sixth grade. Classes will be held from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m., Monday through Thursday, for two weeks. Circles will meet Tuesday June 7. Circle 1 Chairman, Mrs. Grover Town. Mrs. Arvesta M. Shiley, Mr. Andrew J. Todd, Kearneys- town. ville, Route 1. Mrs. Kathleen V. Kulp, Browns ville, Md. Mrs. Agnes L. Deaner, Knox- ville, Md., Route 2. Mrs. Gregory A .Hess, Charles Town. Mr. Holmes E. Boyd, Jr., Kear- neysville, Route 1. Mrs. Pearl A. Long, Ransom MEDICAL Mrs. Louise V. Hough, Bolivar. Mr. Roderick C. Gray, Washing- ton, D. C. Mrs. Nancy,K. Greenfield, Brun- swick, Md. SCOTT & WHITE Ethical Pharmacists PHONE 725-2182 CHARLES TOWN, W. No. 150 000 Dr. When your bears this label you you will benefit from best that the science pharmacy can provide. Monday , Tuesday . Wednesday ---ONLY--- mll w Im (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP \ 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725.5414 Charles Town, West Vs. ren, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Grant, and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Dorsey, and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spinks, and Miss pauline Moore, all enjoyed a pic- nic at the home of Mrs. C. N. Dorsey. David VanMetre, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. VanMetre of 311 South George Street, was one of the seventy-seven seniors who receiv- ed degrees at the 62nd annual commencement at Davis & Elkins High Honor Roll A total of 145 students of grade 9 through 12 made a scholastic average the past six weeks which was high enough to place them on the school honor roll, at Char- les Town High School, it was announced this week by Principal Herbert Cottrill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr., and daughter, Elizabeth R. ALL PEOPLES DRUG STORES FILLED OVER 7 MILLIOn4 IN 1965[ (Certified Wiring ) .-.MODERNIZE YOUR-- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES- WASHERS - RADIOS REFRIGERATORS- TELEVISIONS APKIANC[ t2NTER Dial 725-5516 North George Street-- Charles Town, W. Vs. The senior class led the list Gracey; Love, Martha Evans; Re- Goode, will meet with Mrs. Her- ligion, Tana Barron; Nature, Din- man Willis, First Avenue, at 2 ne Miller; Immortality, Linda Wil p. m. lingham; Fidelity, Judy Solenberg Circle 2, Chirman, Mrs. Henry er; Patriotism, Cindy Payne; Sex- Hine, will meet with Mrs. George Vice, Mary Bowman; Confidential Diehl, 317 S. Church St. at 8 p. m. Observer, Debby Merchant; Music Circle 3, Chirman, Mrs. J. W. tan, Mary Watson; Choir Director, Carroll, will meet with Mrs. Edgar Ellen Barr. Installed as members C. Graham, 341 First Ave, at 8 of the choir were Ann Coyle and n m Karla Robinson. Recorder, Beth i'-'ci~.l,~ a Chairman Mr~ Tho- ...... , v..--I .... , .... Nowell, and Treasurer, Carolyn l mas Wolford, will meet with Mrs. Penwell, were installed in Janu- Howard Penwell, N. Mildred St., College On Monday, May 30 at with 53 students, with the Fresh- ary and serve for one year. . Ranson, at 7:30 p. m. 9:30 a. m. in Memorial Gynmas. man class second with 39, the Installing officers were: Install Circle 5, Chairman, Mrs. Allen ium at Elkins, W. Va. Juniors third with 34 and the ing Officer, Joy Hunt; Installing Marshall, will meet with Mrs. Sophomore class with 23. Marshall, Cheryl Miller; Install- Charles Conrad, Forrest Ave., at The names of the students and ing Recorder, Mrs. Phoebe Payne; 10 a. m. Smith, sisters, Misses Elizabeth their averages by grades are as Installing Chaplain, Lana Marcus; M. Smith and Ann W. Smith, follows: Delicious refreshments of cakeFOr Aln You~ Installing Musician, Pare Snyder. , ,,,,, tit ~ t t it spent the weekend with the for- mer's son-in-law and daughter, 12 GRADE--- and fruit punch were served by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hetzel, and, Margaret Byrer, 4.20; Barbara severalof the girls. 'l lq~'IgUtq~|tt attended-the graduation of their ! Hun~, 4.20; Linda Link, 4.20; Re- --'----'----------- daughter, Ruth Rogers Smith, becca Nerhood, 4.20; Tana Bar. Athey, 3.75; Shelia Jones, 3.50; ........ who received her B. A. degree in ron, 4.00; Linda Coyle, 4.00; Linda Diane Bailey, 3.40; Joe Snyder, Calt or Us French in the College of Arts Ellis, 4.00; Danny Creamer, 3.80; 3.40; Althea Rutherford, 3.40; Don SOUTilERN STATES and Science at WVU. She return- William Fra ier, 3.80; Jeannie ald Williams, 3.30; Darlene Bart- ClIARL[$ TOWN COOPERATIVE ed to her home with her family Roth, 3.80; Jeffrey Sagle, 3.75; les, 3.25; Dale Manuel, 3.20; Char- Ranson, WntVlrgln~ DIt1725-221Z Sunday night and left Monday Harold Chamblin, 3.60; Janis Clop lea Cooper, 3.00; Karen Bell, 3.00; ~ , ~ i i night by plane for Germany to Per, 3.60; Gregg Corbin, 3.60; Jean Steve Evans, 3.00', Rodney White, do gsaduate work at Grating In- nine Gruber, 3.60; Sue McCormick 3.00; Charles Printz, 4.25. stitution of Languages located 3.60; Chuck Sager, 3.60; Evelyn near Munich. Taylor, 3.60; Greg Carper, 3.50; 9 GRADE -- P A P E R -- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Bink- Cheryl Miller, 3.50; Susan Steph- Jacquelin Bush, 4.00; Pamela For Wrapping & Printing Icy and sons, accompanied by the ens, 3.50; Janet Clendening, 3.40; Hoffman, 4.00; Donna Martin, 4.00 latter's brother, Mr. David H. Linda Johnson, 3.40; Doug Perks, Daniel Nichols, 4.00; Paula Propps PAPER PRODUCTS Nichols, were in State Line, Pa. 3.40; Norabelle Shuman 3.40; How 4.00; Beth Snyder, 4.00; Cindy ToWels, Tissues, Bags Sunday, attending the funeral of ard Speaks, 3.40; Thomas Burch, Cain, 3.75; James Fleagle, 3.75; LOCKER SUPPLIES the former's father, Mr. J. A. 3.33; Fred Ashbaugh, 3.25; Ann Kathryn Henshaw, 3.75; Chris For Homes- Stores, Etc. Ginkley. Reeler, 3.25; Frank Welch, 3.25; Sagle, 3.75; Debbie Rinaldi, 3.50; Mr. Arthur Glover returned to Linda Bell, 3.20; Ellen Funk, 3.20; Lois Athey, 3.50; Olagene Bush, Ask Your Dealer his home on South Samuel St., Tom Kern, 3.20; Shelia Moler, 3.20 3.50; Sammy Carper, 3.50; James ANTIETAM PAPER CO. Tuesday, after being a surgical Keith Ott, 3.20; Judy Shirley, 3.10 Green, 3.50; Robert Hu, 3.50; Dia- Hage town, Md. patient in the Charles Town Gen- Paula Ashby, 3.00; Pierce Barr, ne Kratz, 3.50; Pare Liles, 3.50; eral Hospital for over a week. 3.00; Russell Cave, 3.00; Gary Coff Mike Maya, 3.50; John Robinson, PHONE---Regent 9-0600 Recent visitors with Mr. and man, 3.00; Vicki Davis, 3.00; Larry 3.50; Jerry Salsano, 3.40; Jeff Mrs. Stanley Hinton, Ranson, Fritts, 3.00; Mike Hankins, 3.00; Rhodes, 3.40; Jeanne Mason, 3.25; were Mrs. Clara Hardy, Mrs. James Heflebower, 3.00; Land Mar Susie Ward, 3.25; Katie Blackford Grace Boyd, Summit Point, Mr. cus, 3,00; Linda McKee, 3.00; Deb. 3.25; Glenn Edwards, .3.25; Pat, and Mrs. LeRroy Lamp and fam- by Morris, 3.00; Tom Rowe, 3.00; Hamilton, 3.25; Charles Jewel, ily, Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Shade, 3.00; Sharon Small 3.25; Nick Kercheval, 3.25; Donna Mayo Shiley, Bardane, Mr. Stanley wood, 3.00; Sharon Funk, 3.00 Parker, 3.25; Pamela Shiner, 3.25; Hardy, Winchester, Vs., Mr. and Joseph Abner Ware, 3.00; Rebecca Claude Wojdag, 3.20; Alice Carper Mrs. Richard Shiley and two Ware, 3.00. 3.20; Laura Dorsey, 3.00; Martha children, Vienna, Va. Seibert, 3.00; Linda Deeds, 3.00; Mr. and Mrs. Wfllard Russell 11 GRADE -- Sharon Frazier, 3.00 Robert Lisk- and two daughters, Debbie and Beckie Pestun, 4.40; Carla Collis ey, 3.00; Kathy Sagle, 3.00; Char- Nancy, Rochester,~ Pa., visited 4.20; Anne Carver Gracey, 4.20; lotte Rowe, 4.00. Miss Dallas Russell over the Mem. Pam Snyder, 4.16; Mariland Dunn, 0U ' For Clean And orial Day weekend. 4.00; Becky Ennis, 4.00; Gayle Jefferson C nty Red Mrs. Lois Witley and son Ron- Marshall, 4.00; Sharon Pulse, 4.00 ald and Mrs. M. Brown, Baltimore, Norms Rickel, 4.00; Sandra Ring, / Md., spent the weekend with their 4.00; Debbie Baumgardner, 3.83; Cross ... ...Chanter ... es Use Triple-Refined sister, Mrs. George Brent, Brook- Alice Dinges, 3.80; Cheryl Starkey land Farm, near Charles Town. 3.80; Douglas Seibert, 3.67; Carla Mr. and Mrs. David L. Basch Collis, 3.60; David Dalgarn, 3.60; Blood Quota For Year T L T I of Ozona, Fla., are the parents of Robert Hankins, 3.60; Angela a daughter, Melissa Anne, born Lloyd, 3.60; Donald Specht, 3.60; The Jefferson county Chapter, May 26. Mr. and Mrs. Basch are Diane Cook, 3.40; Barbara Lally, American Red Cross had real former residents of Ranson. 3.40; Rosemary Pierson, 3.40; Kar- reason to be proud of splendid Miss Lucy H. Moore, daughter en Day, 3.33; Becky Dailey, 3.20; cooperation and support the peo- And For Prompt Delivery of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Moore Judy Furr, 3.20; Willoughby Hen- ple of the County gave the Red of 506 South Mildred St., Charles shaw, 3.20; Jim Lewis, 3.20; Nick Cross blood program during the CALL .... Town, has completed the work of Snyder, 3.20; Bane Schill, 3.16; past fiscal year recently when the the senior class of the Prepara- Mary Bowman, 3.10; Caroline annual meeting of the Red Cross tory School of Penn Hall Junior Cloud, 3.00; Daniel Lutz, 3.00; Bill Blood Council was held at the College and Preparatory School Merchant, 3.00; Dee Nichols, 3.00. Washington County Country Club. at Chambersburg, Pa. 10 GRADE At that meeting the Charles Town DISTRIBUTOR Miss Becky Beeler, daughter of Red Cross Chapter was presented Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Beeler, Jr., Glenn Bradley, 4.25; Jack Rick. a certificate of citation for attain Belt Avenue was awarded the degree of Assoc. el, 4.20; Stephanie Clopper, 4.00; ing 102.08 percent of it's blood late in Arts from Marjorie Web- Pat Doyle, 4.00; Kay Jackson, 4.00 quota for the fiscal year. Ransont W. Va. ster Junior College in Washing-J. T. Kitchen, 4.00; Jeaneane Mrs. D. J. Yowell and Mrs. ton, D. C., on May 28. Those at- Sagle, 4.00; Lisa Shuman, 4.00; Michael E. Rice were present and Phone 725-2215 were Dr. Cynthia Tusing, 4.00; Bonnie Min- represented the county chapter a.t W. or, 3.80; Pat Moler, Daniel the I WISH TO THANK YOU EACH ONE, WHO VOTED FOR ME, AND SUPPORTED ME AT THE CORPORATION ELECTION, MAY 26. I DEEPLY APPRECIATE THE CONFIDENCE YOU HAVE PLACED IN ME FOR MANY YEARS. YOUR HUMBLE SERVANT AND MAYOR, NICHOLAS CARSON .--OUR BIG JUNE--- -.-B 6 SF ECTIONS--- ARE ALWAYS BETTER AT . . . CHARLES TOWN STORE Always FREE PARKING For CUSToMERS