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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SDAY, JULY 23, 1959 5--A mac. gue ed!W,, strtct urney ~Ouncemnt was made this league officials of t, h e sel- or the All Star team of Po ~. title League and the cove- ~tm selections did not come W~n as the stars will be going 1Nstrict I playoffs next week, Ethe Po,tomac Team to see act ~the iirst time Tuesday a[- ~ in Hagerztown, Md. I r Potomac League All-Stars E~ew a first round bye will ~ir/ner of the Hagers,town al and Federal Leagues at And t:hat same afternoon the ~nSburg team also drawing a bye w~l'l play the win- Hagerstown American t~ a~d West End League ha:- selections for t~he AlL the team managers pick from the league- team, three from two each from the Place Harpers Ferry Club; Leetown and Millville from t)he Bakevton team Wilbur Moler, Claz Hoak and Wiliam Eugene Shepherdstown it was Rentch, Joe Julian and Robert Larry Cus- ~ra %he Millville team Charles t~ DiAngelo and Terry Lee ~on wet named while Clifton aniel Poacher F'loyd Richard Ver named Wiliam Lee Chris Terry Clayton Brai~h- named from the Lee- and Clarence Larry and Denis Eugene Eichler of the Sharps,burg Blue- birds. 'Stephen Weller of the Bakerton Senators and Ray~ Cook of the Mill ville Gian,ts were na,med as alder- notes. .. Earl Peacher, manger of one ~Harpers Ferry team, was named to manage the All-Stars, while Roger IMoore, manager of the Sharps- burg Bluebirds yeas named assist- an,t ~an~ager. 19 Attend Red Cross Orientation Class The Jefferson 'County Ohapter of the Ame,~'can Red Cross Tues- !day night had an Orion,ration Class on the History and Program of the Hisrtory and Program of the National Red Cross as well as the explanatio~ of the program car- ried ,on by the local cha,pter. The class was conducted by L. Dow Stradei" of Elkins, W. Va., a Field Representative from the Eastern Area Office. The fol,lovcing persons aOtended Mrs. James M. Mason, III, Chap- ter Chairman; Archie Smith, Board meber and 1960 Fund Chair man; Mis Sydney Shirley, ,Secre- tary of the Board; Mrs. Raymond James, 8taft Aide; Miss Anne B. Aldridge, Member of Canteen and Staff Aide; Mrs. Lacey Bailey, Canteen Chairman; Mrs. Kenna Alger, Motor Corps Chairman: Miss Lueille Pri,ntz, Motor Corps; Mrs. Paul Milton,, R. N., Nursing Service; Mrs. Donald Webb, Nur- sing Service; Mrs. Broke B]ackford : .... "' St. (next to }:I will sell at my home on Elm [ ehool) Bolivar, W. Va. on High THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1959 LOne 9-Piece Dining Room Suite; One '3-Piece Liv- [ Room Suite; 1 Kitchen Table and Chairs; 1 Double ecl, complete; 2 Dressers, 1 Maytag Washer, Tables, sk, and Many Small Items not mentioned. TERMS :--CASH. WILLIAM E. WILT K. K. CAVALIER, Auctioneer. July 23-1t.-pd. Washes, rinses, then dries-all by itself! ~igger inside, yet only 33" wide. xclusive Filter-Stream action gets clothes cleaner with less than half the water. 3 separate filtered-water rinses. Then fast and fluffy drying. Built-in water heater, lint filter, all W|TH TRADI: the most-wanted features! Phone 17 ,Charles Town, W. Va. IHave Purchased VIANDS AMOCO SERVICE II TATiON, located on Hunter's Hill at the i Eastern Edge of Charles Town, and Am Now O ratmg the Stahon Personally As Same Hours of Operation As In the st Are Bemg l:ol!owed and the Station ersonnel Wdl Remam the Same As In the Past. NA New. Owner and Operator Cartteen; Mrs. ~irginia Birkitt, Staff Aide and Receptiohiat at V. A. Center; Mrs. George L. Cole, Staff Aide; Roy. Rusell Urquhart Member of the Board; Rev. Al- fred Colins, Member of the Board; Wil,l,i~m Griffith, Member of the Board; Miss Hazel Oden, Treasurer o~ the Chapter, Member of the Board; tester T. Vi~ands. Member of the Board and Mrs. George R. ,Heidrich, executive secretary. A question and answer period folowed the class and in spite of the high temperature, everyone was l~leased and most interested. ,Mr. Strader emphasized the fact that the Red Cross Chapter is al- ways in need of volun,teers to as- sist in the program, width special emphasis on Gray Ladies, Nursing Services and Jr. Red Cross. An addition to lust weeks :announ cement of completion of Water Saf ety Program at the ,Memorial ,Park. Miss Mary Lyn Childs completed passed and received her certificate 4n t'he beginners class in swim- ming. Ormsby L. Harry has been $.p- )poir~ted Dean of Studen%s ,at ~hep herd Col~lege Dr. Oliver S. Iken- berry, Presiden~t, announced ,t~As week. Mr. I-tarry has been serving for Vhe pas't s~x years ,as Associate Dean of Students ,and Director of Counseting and ~esting~,services $~t ~t~he M401nd,$an Col~lege (ff WI,ining and Technology in Hough!ton, Michigan. He comes to Shepherd College with an excel~len back- ground ,of %ra;in~ing ,and experience ~o ~a m,ajor college adm~inistra~ive ,po~ibion ito suoceed Da~e A. Young now the Director ofi Co uns~in'g a Ohio ~t,a~te University. IMr. Harry is ,a ha,rive