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June 16, 1966

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T TH[ RSDAY, JUNE 16, 1966 A--8 M dams FROM PAGE -- 1 A corsage of money was pre- sented by the hostess chapter to the state regent for a "pet" pro- ject. Chapter reports were presented by Mrs. J. Emory Kable, regent, Bee Line; Mrs. James Phillips, regent, Pack Horse Ford; Miss Fran Davis for Mrs. Elfin Gour- Icy, regent, Potomac Valley; Miss ttilda Lingamfelter, regent, Shen- andoah Valley; Mrs. Charles S. Laurence, regent, South Branch Valley; Miss Virginia Gold, re- gent, Wil}iam Henshay; Miss Mir- iam Huff man, regent, Ye Towne of Bath. After the lunch, served by the Women's Auxiliary of the Moose, Mrs. Charles Ware. accompanied by her mother, Mrs. James Wat- son, sang "The House I Live In," and "This Is My Country." Mrs. Theodore Brown led a memorial for those who had died within the past year: Miss Anna Llyod Baylor; Mrs. John Davis; Mrs. K. W. Eutsler; Mrs. Charles Freeman; Miss May Davis; Mrs. Paul McKnown; Mrs. Mary Kirk and Miss May Faulkner. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Edwards. County FROM PAGE -- 1 force; lack of suitable developed industrial sites with necessary fac ilities; the lack of public anti private financed capabilities; the physical deterioration of the area because of lack of planning; the lack of suitable roads in and to the area to luther develop the tourist industry; the lack of suit- able streets within the corporate ~lmits of municipalities; lack of traffic control; and the lack of determination of the types of in- dustries and activities that would contribute best to economic im- provement. / Give Dad An Early Chair Or A Nice Recliner Chair From Our Large Selection FROM A Wonderful Way For Dad To Relax And What Would Make A Better And More o, To Be Guest Speaker which the Development Commiss ion are expected to move into in! the near future as a way of deve- loping the county's fullest poten- tial are a~vocational training pro- gram to upgrade the skills of the county's labor force; further de- velopment of the county's recreat tonal and tourists potentials; and a program of county planning which will assure a steady and planned growth of physical appea rance of the county. The information included in the plan was gathered from many sources by the eight members of the board of directors of the Cou- nty Economic Development Com- mission over the last six weeks. The job of correlating the huge amount of data and preparing the repoI% was handed by the Re- search and Development Center at Shepherd College, under the direction of Bernard C. Gravitt, the Center director. The report had previously been approved by the entire Commiss- ion membership at a special meet ing Wednesday night at the Jeff- erson County Civic Center. Gruber told Commission mem- bers the plan had been prepared as quickly as possible after the Commission was told that such was necessary before any federal financial assistance could come to the county for any improvement ~programs. He said applications have already been filed by the municipality of Charles Town and by the Halltown Paperboard Cqm pany for federal funds for use m solving sewerage problems they are now confronted with. And these requests will not be con- sidered until the county has de- cided upon an over-all develop~ ment plan he said. It is hoped this plan will meet the Federal requirements and provide the in- formation the Economic Develop- ment Administration is seeking. MAY BE WEEKS. MONTHS Gruber said he has no, Idea how long it will be before the Econo- mic Development Administration will approve or reject this plan. Zion Episcopal Church The Reverend Stanley F. Haus- er, rector-of St. Mark's Spisco. pal Church, Houston, Texas, and for eight years rector of Zion Chruch, Charles Town, will be the preacher at the eleven o'clock service, Sunday, June 19. St. Mark's, Houston, to which Mr. Hauser was called while he was rector here, has 2,100 com- municants and is one of the larg-] est Episcopal Churches in the Southwest. Mr. ttauser is enroute to the Virginia Theological Seminary for that institution's Summer re- fresher courses and will stop by here, between classes at the Sem- inary. He will be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning Smith. His young son, Stanley, Jr., is with him and is staying at the Smith home while his father is in Alexandria. Jayce FROM PAGE 1--A first Jaycee projects during their year as members. The "Key Man" awards went to Paul Manzuk anti Clendening as the "Jaycees of the Year." The presentations were made by Che- ster Foley. Dr. Frank Fischer, past-presi- dent of the Martinsburg Jaycees and the West Virginia Jaycees, was the guest speaker for the dinner program and he followed a format of reviewing current i news events of a disturbing nat- ure, and challenging the Jaycees and their guests to give deep con- sideration and thought to them. Aaron Zimmerman, of Martins burg, a national Jaycee director installed the newly elected Jay- cees officers present. Those pre- sent were: Donald Clendening, in- coming president; Paul Manzuk internal vice-president; Lee Kline treasurer, Ron Evans, two-year The local Development Commiss- director. Other officers not pre- ion cannot get down to preparing sent are: Gary Kable, secretary; specific action programs until and Manny Kelley, external vice approval of a development plan. president. is received from the Federal'~ Preston Merchant, one of the agency, he said. This might be charter members of the Jefferson forthcoming in weeks, and again County Jaycee organization, serv- it might take months, ed as toastmaster for the program Useful Gift. Then, Too, You Could Give Dad A Philco Color TV. The Entire Family Would Enjoy It. OFFERS A FINE SELECTION OF GIFTS RNGS (INCLUDING LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE RINGS) And NUMEROUS Other GIFTS REMEMBER, IF IT'S FURNITURE, HOME APPLI- ANCES, RADIOS, TELEVISION THEN YOU NEED TO SEE THE LEADER . . . Merchandise Always Coming Out Of Pawn Y OUtR CREDIT IS GOOD OUR PRICES A RE RIGHT NO FINANCE Or CARRYING CHARGE AND OPEN 'Tfl 8 -MON. Thru THURS. FRI. - SAT. 'Til 9 P. M. 309-311 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725 5511 --WE'LL DELIVER IT FOR YOU 112 W. WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. --- PHONE 725-2214 PUT IT IN GRAIN BANK SAVE TIME AND MONEY cmCKEN FEED NO STORAGE CHARGE DAIRY FEED I N S * DEPOSIT YOUR GRAIN IN OUR RANK * HAVE MIXED TO YOUR FORMULA NEEDS * PICK UP IN BAG Or BULK (And Save) * OR, WE WILL DELIVER IN OUR BULK TRUCKS OR IN BAGS U R E , D BEEF AND FITTING RATION * SAVE GRAIN -- NO SHRINK OR DETERIORATION HOG FEED * NO STORAGE CHARGE ON GRAIN USED IN MIXING PHONE 725-2002 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. :::~::2/...::~:~.::~:$!~ ~::: I E )0MPLETt SPIRIT tURSDAY (Cut From Small Baby Beef) m ED TRITq Its Ferry t Areola E1 detO Clark over th ter Lane :k Zimme m ( 18; Ood, W. ARVIN 'gh Sche A asketbal] is the fi 'ach Buck ltILL BR a ga [ ated to di ii ~ iii 3~ $ 99 ; }; ! $ 35 lOoz! s TH] of C P OZ P K G bag IIEEI OZ cans TENDER LEAF e oz. jar (50C OFF LABEL) ZESTEE