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1.5. Those present were Mrs. Ralph 4 T SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE l Reb ca Ware nner lady must have demonstrated a., Miss Mary R. Ramsburg I Creamer, daughter Kay Lynn, son interest in planning for a nursing I Oth RSDAY, JUNE ~i6, 1966 career, Dougie, Miss Rose Marie Creamer tTHU. To Wed Mr. John F. Snow Mr. and Mrs. ,arry L. Nicely, Middleway, Mrs. Ruth Owens, Bar Anniversary With Deft( [Senior Woman's.Club To .uly ,8 at ,+o p m Of Hospital Nurse. I Mrs. R Is In August Ceremony dane,summitMr.Point,and Mr.MrS'andPageMrs.Hintn'lh)w- l Hold final Meeting Trainmg Scholarship Named President Of ard Ware, Sr.+ Mr. and Mrs. Le REBECCA WARE Miss Rebecca Ware, a member of l he 1966 graduating class at Charl~ Town Senior High School and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Ware, Route 2, Charles Town, is the winner of the Char- les Town General Hospital s first nurshing scholarship, it was ann- ounced this week by Mr. Harry Itarner, hospital administrator. Miss Ware, who plans to enter the West Virginia University Hos pital School of Nursing this Fall, will receive the sum of $125 per semester-over an eight-semester period or a total of $1,000 to help her with her nursing career at West Virginia. Miss Ware's selection was made by County school officials, in con junction with Mr. Donald Mickey, county guidance director. One of the requirements for a student to be considered for the scholarship which the hospital plans to offer each year now, is that the youn~ Legion Auxiflary Mrs. Ruth Shaffer was elected president of the American Leg- ion Auxiliary at the regular meet- ing held at the home of Mrs. Ruby Webster, Leetown Road, on July 9 Other officers elected to serve the new year 1966-67 were: First Vice-President, Mrs. Helen Sny- der; Second Vive-President, Miss Mary Magaha; Secretary, Mrs. Betty Ashcraft; Treasurer, Mrs. Jeanette Fleming; Chaplain, Mrs. Ruth Morison; Sgt.-Arms, Mrs. Clara Rissler and Assistant Sgt. at Arms, Mrs. Agnes Vickers. New officers will be installed at the September meeting. Th July meeting will be a fam- ily picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Webster, Leetown Road. O. S. Bloom, well mk eOWh Chear- les Town hardware tered Winchester Memorial Hos- pital the first of this week for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christian will leave Saturday by train from Martinsburg for an extended trip through the west, taking them t0 San Francisco. California and numerous other points of interest in the west. They expect to be gone about two weeks. .Mrs. Margaret LbMaster of Summer Session June 20. Sept. 15 We wish to announce the expansion of Grafton's Summer Session to include facilities for students need- ing additional assistance in academic subjects and for those who wish to enrich their regular curriculum with imaginative and challenging courses taught under pleasant, healthful conditions. REMEDIAL SUBJECTS Reading - Math. Arithmetic - 1 - 8 Alegbra I & II Geometry - Speech Therapy Study Skills Languages: Latin I & II French I ADVANCED SUBJECTS English Literature Novel - Poetry - Drama Mathematics - Algebra Geometry - Trigonometry Language - Latin - French Class Composition Study Skills Logic & Introduction To Philosophy Development Speed And Reading CALL BOCE, VIRGINIA 421 FOR BROCHURE And FURTHER INFORMATION REGISTRATION -- JUNE 23 And 24 MISS MARY R. RAMSBURG Mr. and Mrs. H. Clarence Ramsburg, of North Mildred Street, Ranch, announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Mary Regenia, +to Mr. John Franklin Snow, son of Mrs. William Jack- son and the late Mr. Irvin Snow of Martinsburg, West Virginia. Miss Ramsburg is a graduate of Charles Town High School and is now a junior at Shepherd College Mr. 'Snow is, also, a graduate, of Charles Town High School, and is employed with H. W. Wageley, Inc. The wedding will take place in August. North George Street, has had her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nicely, Carter L., Christopher L. and Clinton L. of Memphis, Tenn., visiting her the past week. They left on Monday for Columbus, Ohio to spend a few days with neighbors and friends, as they lived there before going to Memphis. Mr. Nicely is regional Account Manager of Nat ionwide Insurance of Memphis. Carter L. Nicely remains with his grandmother, Mrs. LeMaster for a longer visit as he expects to att- end Shepherd College this fall. He attended South Western a Pre sbyterian College last year in Memphis, Tenn. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Edmund Campbell, 320 W. Wash- ington St., a girl, Elizabeth Tracy Roy Ware, son Donnie, daughter Kathy of Ranson. Nancy Ga- nner To Be Graduated From Strayer Jr. College In July NANCY GARDNER Nancy Gardner, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Gardner of Kearneys ville has completed the Executive Legal Secretarial course at Stray- er Junior College, Washington, D. C. and will receive her associ- ate in arts degree at commnce- merit exercises in July+ Miss Gardner is a 1964 grad- uate of Charles Town High School where she was secretary of the senior class, secretary of FTA and a staff member of both the yearbook and the newspaper. At Strayer Miss Gardner was named the Sweetheart of the Phi Theta Pi Fraternity for 1965. on June 10, in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Campbell is the former Miss Elsie Gerda Hoffman. The Apple Valley Citizen's Band Radio Club, Inc., met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Haller, Brunswick, Md. There performed at four o'clock in the were,twenW-six members present afternoon by the Rely. ~arlyle After the business meeting veryMcDonald, in the presence of the immediate families. The bride wore a ligM blue one enjoyed a shrimp dinner. A stork shower was given Satur day night in honor of Mrs. Rich- ard McCauley at her home on North Lawrence Street, by her mother, Mrs. Cathei'ine Dillow and her ann.t, Mrs.. Charles Nice warner. Those present were Mrs. Willard McCauley, Mrs. Trussell, Mrs. Collis, Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. William Nicewarner, Martinsburg Mrs, Eva Clark. Martinsburg Pike Mrs. David Fraley, Mrs. Marlin Maucho and daughter, Gapland, Md., Mrs. Robert Nicewarner, dau ghter Cindy, Miss Beulah Dillow and Miss Brenda K. Nicewarner, Charles Town. The following sent gifts but were unable to attend Mrs. Linda O'Brine, Mrs. Virgie Brown and Mrs. Jack Cameron. Carla Alexander, daughter of Mrs. Lester B. Alexander, 317 Miss Fred Baumgardner Is Bride Mr. Myers In Charles Town Nuptials Miss Freda Ann Baumgardner daughter of Mrs. Bernice Baum- gardner, 129 West King street, Martinsburg, became the bride of Norman Mason Myers, son of Mrs. Anna Everhart, Ranson, Sat- urday, June 4, in the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. The double ring ceremony was crepe dress with white accessor- ies and a corsage of red rosebuds. A reception followed at the home of the bridegroom. The bride, a graduate of Green- ville High School, is employed at Corning Glass Works, Martins- burg. Her husband, a graduate of Charles Town High School, is employed at Powhatan Brass & Iron Works, Ransom They will reside at 129 West King street in Martinsburg, for a time. Miss Alice Stiles To Become Bride Saturday Of Mr. Norman Jonson, Jr. Announcement was made this week by Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Stiles, Ranson/of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Alice Reese, to Mr. Norman Leslie Jensen, Jr., of Baltimore, Md. i The wedding ceremony will take place Saturday, June 18 at 6 p. m. in the Church of Christ, 530 University Parkway, Balti- more, Md. + A reception will be held follow. ing the wedding ceremony, t Miss Stiles, a graduate of Char- les Town High School and Shep- herd College, teaches at Perry Hall High School, Baltimore Cou- nty, Md. I South Mildred Street, Charles Town, has been appointed to the Skeller Board for operation of the college snack shop. Carla is a Junior at Randolph-Macon Wo- man's College, Lynchburg, Vs. Mrs. Forrest Hostler entertain- ed the following at a Stanley Party on Friday night with Mrs. Arietta Penwell as demonstrator. Those present were Mrs. Annie Wilt, Mrs. Sara Turner, Mrs. Rose bud McDaniel, Miss Mary Lalley, Mrs. Bonnie Elliott, Mrs. Mary Appell, Mrs. Ellen Briggs, Mrs. Lucy Penwell, Mrs. Mary Ott, Mrs. Bessie Penwell, and Miss Wilma Lee Hostler. Mrs. Margaret LeMaster, North George Street, entertained on Sun day eveming in honor of her sec- ond grandson Christopher's 14th Mr. Jensen is trust officer at the Mercantile Safe Deposit and birthday which occurred on June Trust Company in Baltimore. Charles Town Kiwanians, their wives and invited guests number- ing around 140, celebrated the 40ih anniversary of the local club last Thursday night with a most enjoyable occasion at the Hilltop tIoiel in Harpers Ferry. The hotel management served a de- licious chicken dinner, under the expert direction of D. D. 'Dixie' Kilham. Gusts of honor were five chart- er members of the club; James A. Higgs of Sta~nton, Va., John Y. McDonald, Creighton C. Tabb, Jerry A. White and Hyman Viener, all of Charles Town. They were introduced by past president and past lieutenant governor before dinner. Local Kiwanians Members of the Charles Town who have been members of the Senior Woman's Club will hold local club for many years were their last meeting of the current in accord that the occasion wasclub year at the Club Home on one of the best to be held in the South George street, Tuesday, hmg history of the club. June 21, at 6:30, it was announced James Moler, of the local club, this week. vice-president of Kiwanis Inter- This will be a covered dish sup- national, spoke briefly about the per. All members are asked to up-coming convention of Kiwanis bring a dish. A special request Club in July and his candidacy for the office of International President. Anderson-Bennett Nuptials Solemnized In Francis Printz, with the response I+k.mm,,Jb being made by Jerry Whitel alsoI lVlOIIIII3UUI~ ~llUlt, ll a past president of the club. In- .. ......... troduced as special guests of the l .un ry)~ay eyeing, June l~n evening were three members ofI at trt~ ..... v M Mrs ~orma uennett. the Martinsburg club, which l of .Inwood and Mr. Randolph Dj Anoerson oz t~anson were unites sponsored the Charles Town club~ ........ when it was organized here in l m ma~mge m Martmsourg a~ 1926. They were Harry C. Ham- t:nrlst ~vangeuca~ ann r~etormea man, Edgar Sites, William Perry and Carroll Miller. Miller was un- able to attend because of illness. There was one charter member, Granville Syndor, Jr., of Win- chester, Va., who was unable to attend. F. S. Woodford, president of the local club presided and Fred- erick O. Byrer, past lieutenant governor of the 5th division in- troduced past presidents of the Charles Town Club as well as guests from Martinsburg, Keyser and other clubs. William Michael lieutenant governor of the 5th division was present and spoke briefly. The program was a skit, "Free- dom on Trial," coordinated by Moler. The actors included Judge Fairplay, Edward Donne; Bailiff, Richard Adams; Communism, A. C. Nerhood; Rebelious Youth, William Benton; Government Planning, Edgar Heckman; Spec- ial Privilege, Allen Marshall; Ap- athy, Phoebe Payne; Defense, Lee Bushong. The verdict in the trial was left to the jury, those who listened to both sides of the case. Group singing was under the able direction of Mrs. A. D. 'Bud' Peters, while Bob Perks, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Perks, ren- dered organ music throughout the dinner. A social hour was held IL'WORLO OF [ :O:ImlIN:DAiLY APRIt ! - ! :/ Church by the brides pastor, the Rev. Lawrence Felton in the pre- sence of the immediate family and close friends. Mrs. Faith Daniels, daughter of the bride, served as matron of honor and Mr. Randolph D. Ander son, Jr. served as his fathers best man. Mrs. Anderson is employed at Sears Roebuck in Martinsburg and Mr. Anderson is employed at Doubleday and Co., in Berryville. The couple will reside in their newly purchased home in Darkes- ville. Mrs. Mary R. Pierce Is Bride Mr. Bordier In flagerstown Bites The marriage of Mrs. Mary R. Pierce and Mr. Leon J. Bordier was solemnized in the Chapel of St. Paul's Methodist Church of Hagerstown, Md. on May 14th, at 6 p. m., by the Rev. Frank N. Van Zrunt, and it was attended by a few close friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bordier have now returned from a trip to Acapulco, Mexico, and are residing on Eu- clid Avenue. gEAD THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATI~ and invitation is extended to all members by Mrs. O. S. Bloom, President, to please attend this social affair and meeting which will be highlighted by the install- ation of officers for the ensuing club year. The supper will be held instead of the annual picnic at Piedmont. The membership tea will be held at Piedmont, the home of Miss Louise Briscoe, on Tuesday, ~ ~!'i,~ ~ :: ! i:TALgwlth i R~DE Cannonball Express train i i :IENJOY lunch under the Lolllpop ~: FEED ~nta's own live reindeer :J~dte for Brochure & Low Group Monday . Tuesday . Wednesday ---ONLY--- mmmm mm| (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Vet. CLEARBROOK, VIRGINIA GRAND RE- OPENING ALL CUl RENT MOBILE: HOMES To Make th)om For Re-Stocking June 16- ~.'~ ~ m ALL NEW AND MODERN ..... II 100 SOUTH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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