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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE 2--A THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 Boat Belonging To Alexandria Man Is Missing From River E. Milton Green Is Graduated May 28 From Cbarles Town state 'olice .e IGettysburg High School looking for a 12 foot plywood row boat which has been reported as having been stolen from a picnic area in the Blue Ridge Acres de- velopment South of Charles Town along the Shenandoah River. Corporal G. G. Holman said George W. Gault, owner of the boat reported he had last used mbe#t "$teerlbg W8881/[5 You can't safely ignore "STEERING wonBues"! Causedby out-of-line at unbalanced wheels, they sneak into tires '... shorten their life ,.. threaten yo~s by causing blow-outs and ^CCIDeNTS. But why worry? Instead--let us end your ~"sTeev, n~G WOBBLI~S" with oar scientific BI~ equipment NOW. Thank Your Repair Man&r "The Accident T h, a t Didn't Happen ' PHONE 54 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. SAFETY ! HEADQUARTERS J.. _J i?iiiiiii!; iiiiii!ii !iiiii ii!: ! ::! i! E. MILTON GREEN E. Milton Green, son of Charles E. and the late Pauline Green, formerly of Charles Town, was one of 140 seniors to be graduat. ed from Gettysburg, (Pa.) High School in commencement exer. cises May 28. His sister Mrs. Joan ne Wilt and neices Ranson at- tended the exercises. lit on May 28 and had left it tied up at a picnic area. Gault came from his home in, Alexandria, Va. to Blue Ridge Acres May 30 to use the boat and it was gone. The boat was painted brown and had a brass name plate on it. It was valued at $150. Anyone knowing anything about or the whereabouts of the boat are ask- ed to contact the Charles Town State Police. A search up and down the river has been made with no results: Mrs. Nora Drish Elected To International Honorary Business Sorority Mrs. Nora Cheshire Drish, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ches hire, Summit Point, W. Va. and wife of Mr. Leon Drish has been honored by her election to Mem. bership in Alpha Iota Sorority. Mrs. Drish was one of thirteen young ladies honored by this In- ternational Honorary Business Sorority and she was initiated on Wednesday, May 24, 1961 in cere- monies held at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Drish is a graduate of Charles Town High School and is a student at Maryland Medical !Secretarial School, Hagerstown0 Md. Several Farm Ponds Have Been Constructed By Soil Conservationists Several ponds have recently been constructed by Soil Conser- avation Service teachnicians. R. P. Blackford near Bardane has in- stalled two. Joseph A. Ware, Kearneysville and Hugh Kinkead, Shepherdstown have each put in one. This is the third pond in- stalled by Mr. Kinkead for live- stock water. Farmers recently becoming cooperators with the Eastern Pan handle Soil Conservation District are Blackford, George M. i Ware, Joseph A. Ware, Odis B. James and the Potomac Council of Camp Fire Girls. Citizen's Auxiliary Has Business Meeting The Ladies Auxiliary of Citi- zens Fire Company met on Tues- day night, June 6 at 7:45 ~. m. The ;meeting opened with scrip- CHEVROLET (6) )949-56 FORD 1952-56 PLYMOUTH 1949-56 Plus Many Other Popular Cars CHEVROLET 1957-61 tX~p~ STAI10H ~/AGONS & CONVERTIBLES FORD 1957.61 size 8.0o-14 CHEVROLET STATION WAGONS 1958-61 & CONVERTIaLES 1958-60 I~UNDERIIEDS 1959.60 PLYMOUTH 9-Pa.. 1958-60 Fury V-8 1958-60 ps,. M, my O hw Popukw Car= SAFETY-S NYLON TUBELESS Migh in quality--low in price. Full size--7-rib, full depth tread. Safe, skld-resistane and quiet ironing. ]5 MONTH LONG MILER L NYLON TUBELESS Better than many special brand tires advertised as first line. Long mileage, sure stop-start tradion, quiet, easy, com~forta- Ede ride. 21 MONTH HT SILVERTOWN TUBELESS Double you~l"tire :,dollar -- out- i~.hrforms t~res costin~ twice as . New,~quiet, rubber tread. 27 MONTH THE TIRE ON YOUR CAR MAY BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT :it: 5 ,' L- D No Payments to Make Until June 15th. 111SOUTH GEORGE STREET PHONE 51 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. In the above picture are shown the members of Girl Scout Troop No. 30 of Charles Town, who were invested as Intermediate Girl Scouts Saturday, May 27 in cere- monies held at the Citizen's Fire Hall building in Charles Town. They are (left to right)--Mhry Shu man, Kathy Bartlett, Brenda Kay Nicewarner, Cindy Payne, Karla Kay Robinson, Sue Littleton, Mis- sy Ramey, Viva Jean Russell, Mary Watson, Debbie Merchant and B. J. Allara. ture and Lord's Prayer. The min- utes were read, roll called and treasurer report given and approv ed. Sunshine Basket reported on. Want ladies to help with Park Sale at the refreshment stand on Saturday 24th meeting closed with a prayer by Mrs. June Whit- tington. Mrs. Ruth Nichols was hostess to 18 members served cake, can- dy, nuts, coffee and cocoa. The next meet;trig will be on Wednes day night, July 5 as the 4th falls on first Tuesday, so don't forget the change. President Members of the Jefferson Coun- ty Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Jefferson Jaycee-ettes will have a joint installation din- ner and dance Friday evening be- ginning at 7 p. m. at the Martins- burg Country Club and coming to Martinsburg to have a part in the dinner program will be two of the state's top Junior Chamber of Commerce officers. William S. Hegmann, state pres ;dent of the Jaycees, will serve as toastmaster for the program and deliver a brief address. 'Hegmann, a native of Indiana, Pa. was educated in elementary schools in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia and Florida. Upon graduation from Stonewall Jaclf on High School in Charles- ton entered the U. S. Marine Corps in 1945 and served in the l United States and China. He is active in several organ;. zations in Elkins which include the ElkinsChamber of Commerce The Elkins Rotary Club and the Elkins Junior Chamber of Com- merce. Other activities include being a deacon in the Holy Trin- ity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Chairman for Randolph County in the 1959 American Red Cross Cam paign for membership and funds and a member of" the B. P. O. Elks Lodge. Hegmann entered the Elkins Junior Chamber of Commerce in 1956. Since that time he has held the office of Secretary, treasurer, 2rid vice president, 1st vice pres- ident and president. On a state level he is an immediate past national director. As president of the West Virginia Jaycees he will travel some 25,000 miles, visiting each Jaycee Chapter in the state, attending meetings on local, reg- ional and state levels. His Nation- al level meetings will take him completelly across the United States. William Lay, of Romney, state vice president of the Jaycees will install the Jaycee officers. Following the dinner program there will be a dance with "The Clefs" of Winchester, Va. provid- ing the music. Woman, s aubs. Historical Group To Hold Popularity Contest For Youngsters The Charles Town Junior Worn an's Club; Charles Town Senior Womans Club and The Historical Society are sponsoring a three way popularity contest for girls and boys from the ages 6 through 12 years of age. The Popularity-Penny.A-Vote Contest and Charm Review for girls will be judged by out of town judges. There will also be a talent contest for both girls and boys between 6 ehrough 12 years. The Grand Review will be held Tuesday, July 18, at the Charles Town Junior High School at 8 o'clock. Proceeds from the project will be used for repairs on the Hill- eary House. Tickets will be on sale from any of the thre organizations Jun ;or and Senior Womens Clubs and the Historical Society. Price of tic kets are 25c children under 12 years; 50c adults. All those interested in enter. ing the Review please contact Mrs, James Gore 869 M no later than June 17. Bonn to prepay $587,000,000 postwar debt. Moscow profoundly laoved by Il ht. Charles A. Gore With Electronic Division Radio Corp. Of America CHARLES A. GORE Charles A. Gore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gore, South Sam- uel street, Charles Town is shown above at the Electronics Systems Center of Radio Corporation of America in New York where he is frequently engaged in testing the customer programs on the RCA large scale competer. Gore is con nected with the electronic date processing division of Radio Cor- poration of America, one of the country's leading manufacturers of medium and large scale elec- tronic computers for both private industry and the Federal govern- ment. At present he is on the Fed eral, G overnment marketing staff of the electronics data processing Division of RCA in Washington. Young Gore, attended Hampden Sydney College and in 1954 was graduated from Shepherd College where be starred on the football team. He was with the accounting machine systems of Burroughs Corporation as a sales representa- tive for four years, had one year with the electronics division of Addressograph- Multigraph Cor- poration in the capacity of Fed- eral government sales representa. tive and two years with RCA. In June 1960 be was transferred to Boston, Mass. as the senior Fed- eral government marketing meth- ods analyst in the New England Region. Charlie, as he is familiarly known in Charles Town and this section is married to the former Mary L. Peterson of Saginaw, Michigan and they have two sons Mitch and Scott. The Gores are presently residing at 112 West Emerson Street, Melrose, Mass. They will be spending a vacation of a week with Mr. and Mrs. Gore during the week of June 19. 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DONALD DUCK 6-OZ cans WELCHADE with LEMON SNOW CROP ORANGE JUICE CROSSE & BLACKWELL LIMEADE HAWAIIAN PUNCH ] .... I I ~/~ 20-0~ "4-oz pkg BEEF CHIC , KEN .h or TURKEY BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY am FA nMl) . q,or 8.oz I: Arctic Seal Fish Sticks 2/, 69 Arctic Seal Fish, Sticks 59= 7 oz pkg MRS. PAUL S MINIATURE DEVILED CRABS 5 MRS. PAUL 5 FRIED SCALLOPS 8 oz pkg MRS. PAUL S FRIED FISH FILLETS " i ' 11 oz pkg MRS,. PAUL S SEAFOOD DINNERS ' 8 oz pkg MRS. PAUL S FISH CAKE DINNERS CHUN KING CHICKEN CHOW MEIN l .ozpk. CHUN KING SHRIMP CHOW MEIN 8 OZ pkgl MORTON S MACARONI AND CHEESE 2" MEYERS" CHICKEN or OYSTER PIES 16-ozeiZ, BANQUET COOKIN' BAGS SLICED BEEF, TURKEY e& ORCHICKEN 35C OR 3 f0' PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1961 QUAN~rlTY RIGHTS RSSERVIEO.