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July 7, 1966

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TWO SECTIONS LATEST IN LOCAL, AREA SPORTS -- COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISEMENTS 102 NO. 27 Business-News Dept.. Dial 725-2046 or 2047 1844 .... The Newspaper Charles Town And Ranson Grew Up With .... 1966 CHARLES TOWN, Jefferson County, W. VA. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1966 SIXTEEN PAGES LOCAL NEWS -- PICTURES WEDDINGS -- SOCIETY CI~,S$IFIED ADS West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper PRICE 10 CENTS I iil !i !5 !i ! i~~ ! was received here Tues- at noon from Portland, Ore- that Dr. James Moler, of Town, who has for years active in local, state and Kiwanis was named of Kiwanis Inter- when the armuLal election held Monday morning, the annual convention. Moler won the office over E. Jetty of Brockway, who had for the past year as treasurer of the Glenn Reed, Jr., of Georgia, from the office of to presidency. officers named were: Miss Suzanne--~ouise Beard,~p. lovely 17-year-old Hagerstown r,v Injured In (Md.) girl and a graduate of ==v~ Boonsboro (Md.) High School was selected from among 38 beautiful girls from the Tri-State area, Sun day afternoon to reign as "Miss Tri-State of 1966," and she was fittingly crowned as such during ceremonies at Shenandoah Downs Race track. For winning the honor Miss Beard was presented a check for $100 and a lovely trophy by the Tri-State Citizens Band Radio Club, sponsors of the big tri-state beauty pageant and musical re- vie. Miss Joy Long of Martinsburg, was selected by the five judges as the first runner.up and she received a trophy and $50 in cash. Miss Barbara Ann Stiles of Ran- son, was presented a trophy and $25 in cash for being named as Five persons, four of them children, were slightly injured Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock in a bus-truck collision on State Route 9, about 3 miles South of Charles Town. They were treated, but none of them re- qui, red hospitalization. Charles Town State Trooper Gary F. Arthur said the four children injured, all passengers on the 26-passenger bus were; Robert Mangum, George Stitely, Hunt Lee and Stanley R'. Mason, all two-years-old, and all from the Washington, D. C. area. Also slightly injured was Daniel M. Armstrong, 31, of Millville, driver Weber, of Detroit, Michi- vice.president; Jack Willis l~ildenor, Maiitoba, Can- vice-president; and Harold of West Hollywood as treasurer. for the new officers was by the house of delegates organization, Monday and new officers were presented convention floor Tuesday. 1,500 delegates'from all this country and Canada, the convention. Meier, who serves as coord- of educational services at College, is a former school principal *in County, and instructor Virginia University. He his A. B. degree from College, his M. A degree University, and his Ed DR. JAMES MOLER Degree frOm the University el Virginia. Dr. Moler is a past president of the Charles Town Club 1946; was lieutenant governor in 1950; dis- trict treasurer in 1954; district governor in 1956 and Internat- ional Trustee from 1964 until this year. He is a past-president of the West Virginia School Principals; a past president of the West Vir- ginia Education Association and has been named in: "Who's Who" in American Education. Dr. Moler is al, so most active in a host of civic and business organizations in Jefferson County mad has been for a number of years. He was accompained to the c