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O I Winner High Honor Trophy At Bakerton Sunday afternoon. In recent years, St. Andrew's has become a Diocesan Mission and Admiral George R. Cooper, a Vestryman of Zion Church has been instrumental in keeping the Church open-especially during the Summer months. Hmed President Shirley Hunt announ Red recently the following chair- men and members for the various standing committees of the Jef- fdrson County Chamber of Com- merce to serve for the new year. i Agricultural & Horticulture -- J. Edward Saville, Chr.; George Heidrich, George Stocks, Hugh Caperton, Turner Ramey, Gen. Pleas Rogers, Clarence Singhas, Cecil Nichols, Jerry White, Tyler Brown M. V. Jenkins, Dr. O. C. TOMMY HOFFMASTER I Stine. Tommy Hoffmaster, son of Mr. Cultural Center -- John S. A1- and Mrs. Bryan Hoffmaster, of friend, Sr.; T. T. Perry, Harry Bakerton has been awarded the Smootz, Charles Ahalt, Mrs. Hugh High Honor Trophy for six years Caperton, Thomas W. Steptoe, J. of most outstanding work at Bak- Emory Kable, Mrs. W. B. Snyder, The a~bove picture show~ a-crew of workmen of ,the Communty Oil Compatty of Charles Town erton Elementary School. P.L. Hockman, Cyrus Cavalier, loading some 30 steel Imrrels to be placed at the various Community Oil Company service statons Tommy will enter Harpers Ferry I Mrs. Robert Leonard, James Mol- to serve as attractive and lmmrma~ent containers for litter and other waste materials which motor- High School this coming term. er, Miss Mary Porterfield, Miss ists might wish to dispose of when they drive into the Community Oil stations. This is the program ~ I Elsie B. Murphy, Joseph J. Thorn Which Thurman A. Whitacre, president of ~munity Oil has arranged in having his company par- The reason for this Mr. Wheeler pson, Lloyd J. Jones. ticipate in the state-wide p+rj~gra~n to help clea~ up the state's highways ~nd by-ways. , , - .... explained is that the bishop Industrial Development -- T. A. mA4 dt 4"11 t*__~L,.&,,I . further public education in the dames Frank Humpston, John stands in a direct line of success- Whitacre, Francis White, William ~| 5.| / ~I]HII|I'II~I|~I [ care apd treatment of mental ill- I Bartlett and Mrs. James Gore pre- ion through the Apostolic Church, i Stuck, George Mullen, J. Emory I hess. I siding at the punch table, stretching back thrqugh the his- Kable, John S. Alfriend, Paul To Mental Health In I Members of the Jaycees, Jaycee I Mrs. H. H. Hunter, chairman itry of the Christian Church to Cain, J. Edward Magaha, Jerry ...................... ' i " . the days of the first apostle. The Terlingo, Ray Conrad, Max Derr, [ttes, Charles Town Woman s Club, Iw th Mrs. Wlllard Martin and I rite is sometimes called "the lay- I Frank Corregan, J. Edgar Griffith, D,I| D:.. , h2,,, |Jr. Woman s Club, Cttlzens F~re ]Charles J. W. Smtth as co.chatr-ing on of hands' 'and is described Dr. C. E. Cunningham, Marvin DCII nlllytgl I/llC | co., citizens Fire Co. Auxiliary, I men, expressed appreciation to in the eighth chapter of the Book Brooks, Joseph R. Staley. M s - ] Ranson Civic Club and Kiwanis J the ser~ciee clubs, members of the of Acts of the Bible. Tax Committee -- Harry Cain, r. Willis J. Shuman, presi-lparticipated as solicitors as w+ell[committee, contributors and all H-------old Services Chr.; C. C. Conrad, C. S. Musser, dent of the Jefferson County As-las many individuals who rang ]those who assisted in any way in sociation for Mental Healtla, an-Idr bells on May 22. ] the campaign. Will A R. Marshall, C. F. Printz, James Niceley, Lawrenee Cramer, Ken- nouneed today that the Bell Rln I A committee from the Charles J ger Campaign was a successfalllTown Woman's Club served re.I Bi~hNi1 ~nlN~l] A~ neth Metz. one with a total of $413.17 rece~-Ifreshments at the Hilleary House/ ~'VlF 'wu'"l~'~"" "" At St. Andrews On The Awards- Richard Reiter, Chr. James Senseney, Joseph P. Christ ed to date which will be used to following the campaign with Mes/ : rain J fan, Francis White, Donald Nol. , St. Johns Church h Mount uly, August and, Nicholas Carson, Mrs. An. thony Hankey. During the month of July and Radio Station --C. Manning Har ~ F~rry Sunday August, the Reverend Allen L. Smith, Chr., Oliver Kastle, Donald Kable. Rural & Urban Zoning -- Rob- ert Cain, Chr.; W. B. Snyder, J. Donald Eackles, T. A. Whitacre, Paul Chamblin, John Newcomer, Paul Miller, Jr., Clark Furr, A. R. Marshall, Mrs. James Niceley, Rob ert P. Leonard, Frank Anderson. Membership -- Joseph R. Stal- ey, Chr.; W, B. Snyder, A. C. Net- hood, William Pringle, John New. comer, Walter Whittington, Cyrus Cavalier, Charles Slusher, Nor- Bartlett, Recetor of Zion Episco- pal Church will conduct a service at St. Andrew's on the Mount each Sunday morning at 9:15 A. M. Per sons from all denominations are welcome. It is also hoped to organ l ize Summer Sunday School Class- !es after the service. St. Andrew's was originally a Mission of Zion Church having been established about 1887 dur- ing the Rectorship of the Rever- end Dallas Tucker. During the HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL WHITE PLUS NINE COLORS BOWERS PAIHT AND WALLPAPER STORE PHONE 486 CHARLES. T0WN, W. VA. The apostolic and sacramental rite of+ confirmation will be admin istered to two persons at St. Johns Episcopal Church in Harpers Fer- ry Sunday, June 25 at 9:00 a. m. when the Rt. Rev. Wilburn c. Campbell, Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of West Virginia, makes his official visitation. The Rev. Temple Wheeler vicar of St. John's Church, explained that the solemn service of confirm atio~ is one in which there is a early days of the Mission, many man Kisner, Robert Cain, C. F. William Jones, Donald Eyster, H. E. McKee, Sr., Frank Rodgers, Frohman Johnson. Downtown Parking & Planning J. Blackwell Davis, Co-Chr., Eph- raim Day, Co-Chr., Oliver Kastle, Linden Bush, Paul Reid, T. A. Whitacre, Joseph R. tSaley, Edgar C. Heckman, Mrs. Erroll Leslie. Publicity -- Max Brown, Chr., William Stewart, Brooke Black- ford, W. B. Snyder, Robert Elmer, William McDonald, William Dean Edwin Fitzpatrick, Frohman John son. Retail Trade -- William Orn- dorff, Chr., Robert Willis, Herman Willis, James Senseney, Leland Shugart, J. Blackwell Davis, Hugh Via. Health, Education & Welfare-- C. C. Hammann, Chr., James Mol- er, Robert Doyle, William Stewart Lloyd J. Jones, Dr. Earl Allara Dr. Dale Keyser, Clark Furr, Jer. ry White, Roy Steeley, Kelley Lan ce, Jr., Robert Cain, P. L. Hock. man, Victor Stouffer, Dr. William Roth. Two County FROM PAGE ONE forged the name of Mrs. Cather- ine White to a check which he cashed at the Albert Nicodemus store in Rippon; and he used the name of Jesse Ault on a check which he cashed at Rogers Service station in Charles Town. +Two M y. Accidents In County Two minor highway accidents were investigated in Jefferson County by Charles Town State Trooper W. R. Barlow Monday and Wednesday with property damage totalling only about $100. The Monday accident occurred just over the hill near the W. & R. Sales Company on U. S. Route 340 East of Charles Town about 11 p. m. when a tractor-trailer truck owned by the Shenandoah Valley Meat Packing Company ran a 1958 Oldsmobile being dri- ven by Marks Elliott, Jr. of Aber- deen, Md. off the highway. Trooper Barlow said Elliott was not injured and his car was only slightly damaged when it ran in- to an embankment after leaving the highway. Trooper Barlow said the truck was in the act of passing another truck when the Elliott car came over the hill headed in the oppos ite direction. I John Allen Van Huss, driver of !the truck was charged with im- proper passing. public affirmation of faith in faithful members of Zion Church Printz, Harold Kisner. The other accident occurred a- Christ bY the person being con- went by horse drawn vehicle to! Tourist -- William McDonald, bout 1:30 p. m. Wednesday on firmed and that according to the 'the Bloomery, crossed the: Shen- Chr., John Newcomer, D. D. Kil- [ Jefferson Avenue, just a short dis canons of the Episcopal Church, hndOal'~ ~iver by ferry boat a~ld ham, George Vickers, Phil Moler, [tap~e off U. S. Route 340. only a bishop has the ecclesiasti- on up the mountain to the Miss- William Stewart, L. B. Backus,[ "A t960Ford being driven North authority to confirm persons, ion to teach Sunday Sch~bI every No~cal Johnston, Thornton Wilt, V on Jefferson Avenue by Gilbert SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F mSaS 2--A THURSDAY', JUNE L. Botkins, Falls Church, Va. had Miss Linda Thomps stopped for a line of traffic back ville, Va. will attend t ed up at the intersection of Route th annual state conven 340 and Jefferson Avenue, when Virginia Association, his car was struck in the rear by Homemakers of Ame a 1960 Ford being driven by Don- She will be accol ald A. Sartorius, of Washington, Mrs. Joseph Cepelka, D. C. Damage to the two vehicles omics teacher at amounted to about $75. Trooper High School. Barlow said Sartorius was charged Mrs. Cep~llca will be with failure to have his car under a discussion group and control, mpson will be her The convelition Nixon setting up intensive speak evening at Hotel ing tour. continues through USE THE CLASSIFIEDS USE THE STARTS THURSDAY, .JUNE i FOR +ONE EXCLUSIVE WINCHESTER:PREI ousands in the cast! yearsiin the mak i .. ., .~ ~,') JI)+ltN WAYNE / RICHARD WIDMARK / LltURrdt E HARVg FR~KIE~ PATRICK WAYNE / LINOA CRISTAL .., ........ AVALON JOA. O'SRm,/Cmtt mttS] RICHARD DO011[ SO IMMENSE IN SCOPE THAT IT'TAKES I GIANT DRIVE-IN THEATRE SCREEN T01 INACT THE MIGHTY BATTLE OF THE "AI NOW SHOWING AT BOTH WINCHES2 DRIVE - IN THEATRES* WINCHESTER DRIVE-IN THEATRE Route 11 North: ROYAL DRIVE- IN THEATRE Route 50 East ONE SHOW NIGHTLY--AT 9:00 P. "r ADMISSION :--+90c Per Person-- , Chldren Untie+; iJ 2, FRE :! ~+ . .,~ ++ +g . , %+J+ +II ::!i::.. .... : :: : .++ ?" "A DELIGHTFUL SANDWICH" My family is very fond of what we calI"TUNABuRGERS". Tunafish, held together with egg, then fried and served on a Schmidt Blue Ribbon Hamburger R011 with pickle garnish and lettuce is_a feast. DONALD DELAUNEY iSchmidt Blue Ribbon Bread Salesman + :