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November 17, 1966

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' those attending. e AAUW To Meet Monday Night At Shepherd oo, Studen formed in Jeffe,~on Ceunty, name ization, but should and will spend t Ce er At 8 ly The Charles Town Juniorettes, valuable time doing service work. a division of the Charles Town Programs will be presented to The Shepherdstown Branch of Junior Woman s Club. These the Juniorettes including Fine the American Association of Uni girls are between the ages of 16 Arts Safety, Careers, Good Groom ?ers!ty Women will meet Monday and 19 years of age. At this time LUg and Etiquette and Woman's night at the Shepherd College there are ten merabers of the Clubs in the Federation among Student Center in the Blue and Juniorettes and ttmy are: Lisa others. Shuman, Gayle Marshall, Pamela It is hoped that the community Grey Room at 8:00 P. M. Snyder, Ann Gracey, Debbie Bau will accept and help the Junior- Dr. Anna Dale Kek, President of the West Virginia Division of mgardner, Beth Nowell, Angie ettes as well as they have. The A. A. U. W will be the speaker. Lloyd, Venetta Snydcr, Rebecca Junior Woman's Club. Her topic will be Stewardship in Clark and Althea Rutherford. I For any information concern- A. A. U. W. Advisors for the Juniorettes are ing the Juniorettes, please contact The hostesses for the meeting Mrs. James Gore, President; Mrs. Miss Pam Snyder or Mrs. James will be Miss Gladys Hartzell, Miss Robert Turner, Treasurer; and Gore. Mrs. L~onard Nicely, members of Officers of the Juniorettes will Mary Hartzell Dobbins, Miss Agn- the Charles Town Junior We- be installed by Mrs. Thomas es Calvin, and Mrs. Russell Hen- SOIl. man's Club. Burke, Eastern District Chairman The Martinsburg Chapter mere Officers of the Juniorettes are, at the Jumor Woman's Club meet bers Will be the guests. President: Pam Snyder, Vice Pres Lug, Monday, November 21st. talent; Gayle Marshall, Secretary Ann Gracey and Treasurer; Lisa Shuman. Debbie Baumgardner and Gayle Marshall have been named year book chairmen, Debbie Baumgard nor and Beth Nowell christmas parade float chairmen, Gayle Mar shall, Christmas Basket chairman Venetta Snyder chairman of Chr- Ep opat Virgil L Ma s ' Church To Hold Christms Awarded Knight Of I Bazaar Saturday, Nov. 19 York Cross By Masons t Announcement was made this istmas Party for Locust Grove week by the Rev. George John- and Angle Lloyd chairman of ston, of Trinity Episcopal Church chances on ceramic christmas Shepherdstown, that the Annual tree. Christmas Bazaar sponsored by The Juniorettes have planned the EpiScolhal Women, will be to fleet the first and third Wed- held Saturday, Nov. 19 from 10 nesday of each month. Other than a. m. until 6 p. m. in the War the above mentioned projects, Memorial Building in Shepherds- they have planned a story hour town. for children, reading at the Nur- Booths with home-made candy sing Homes, assist ~ith the needlework, homemade cakes, March of Dimes, an art diaplay of garden flowers and plants as well art work by school students, make as attic treasurers, Christmas nov- New Year favors f~r hospital, els and Curios from Mexico and help with Cancer Crusade and Okinawa, will be on display. A repair toys for Christmas Baskets coffee shop will also be open all The Juniorettes are not to be day to serve refershments to I would like to thank the voters of Jefferson County who took the ime and effort to write in my name as Prosecutinff Attorney of Jefferson County at the Gen- eral Election on November 8, 1966. I especially want to extend my appreciation to those persons vho actively helped and supported me. John C. Skinner, Jr. Nov. 17-1t- I III I I l// roll iill A TNmT TO EHEmER II illi " ByCHARLES J. W. SMITH ' "I'll never forgive you." Why? The scars of hurts' imagined or real, will never heal when or while there is a stubborn refusal to forgive and forget. There ~ certainly a peculiar quirk between our reasoning as individuals and as a nation. During a war, a hatred of the enemy exists. Afterwards, as a nation, we forgive and forget. The scarS* are remo~/ed and our one tinte enemies are accepted as friends. Yet, in person to person, day by day Hying, or/e time friends are enenfies, It simplY doesn't make sense. A' more d turbtng i~f-lectlon is how some people at times place themselves on a higher level than God. All of as are guilty of religi- ous infidelities. But, when with humility, in an aloneness bcf0r~ G/.od, we ask forglvene~ for our fault~ We km W He will say~ ',I ~:~ i~', ~' Since this is true, isn't it silly for peo eio refuse f0r to people for far less serious hurts? ,~eth~ ryc u A~ee or I~ q: ~, I welcome your comments. Write to me, ff ylou wish- CH~4,RLES J. W. SMITH -- $~ cS Es T Z i1' oF L. MAPHIS Virgil L. Maphis of Shenandoah Junction, long a~tive in the Masonic Order has been awarded the designation of K0ight of thg York Cross of Koaour. This hon- orary degree, the *highest in the York Rite o~ Freemasonry, is conferred only on those who have held the highest office in each of the four bodies of the rite. Mr. Maphis is one of only a coznpara- tLve hand full of about 400 Mas- ons from a more than four and one quarter million Freemasons in North America and the Phill- ippines to qualify this year. Mr. Maphis h~ served as of the Potomac Commended Knights Templar and he was e lected to membership in the Shenaridoah Priory and his elect- ~n was confirmed by Covent General the Order on Novem- ber 3. Also, a member of the Ledge of Perfection and the Wheeling Consistory. 32 degree Mason, add a Shriner. Returns From Cruise Pac'flc r7th L ey, N.?Ande Aviaflo Ma- chahists Mate first Class, USN, wh6. is attached to and serving with Attack Squadron 216, re- cently retm-ned frovh a month cru:i .with the 7th Fleet in the Western Pacffi, ,:.His squad ron, known as. the Black Dia- monds,' has been in ensely engag ed in combat strikc operations. while serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Hancock (CVA-19) in the South China Sea. Attack squadron 216 is a season ed combat squadron in all respe- cts. During the past year and a half, her officers and men have demonstrated their ability to car- ry-out the basic mission of an attack squadron to destroy enemy targets as assigned. To date the squadron had logged some 3,000 combat""h* sorties in Southeast Asia delivering some four million pound of ordnance on target while flying the Douglas A4C the National ense and the Viet Sam Service medal for the Viqt Nam opera tions. He was also provided op rtunity to visit eral Fay Eastern ports during the cruise including Subic Bay, W|V][v[~ Repttblican of the Philippines; [-Iong Kong, B. C. C Sasebo and mita Yokoguka, Japan. m Anders is the son of Mr. and Hrs. Robert Anflei's of Rippon, W. Va, and is the husband of the d- ormer Miss Carol Atin Winhofer 324 N. Mil ed Street of Mount Vernon,~W~shi~gton. He is a Of Charles Town C ARLES TOWN, W. VA. SchoOl and he entered the Air For~ in May 19~, .emrbl Operation of "pick Up" routes commence on FUnd ReciplentOf December 19, 1966, under permit of the Public Service Jeffm on County except for thyme Within the corporate limits of Charles Tbwn, tc n, Harpe t rry md B01i the axeo in an~ T le Mere ial Fund of the W0- aroun town md lid( ewa2 ,ow erviCe man s Auxiliary of the Charles under authority held by Cole irvice Inc. Town General tablished for the: Nov. 17-3t- : dttv t ceased, and by so doing buy much by Mrs. Daniel Jenkins, Mrs. Paul I Tenney, treasurer and chairman 1 needed life saving eqtiipment for Cots6, Mrs. Earl Hampshire, Mrs. I of the Cancer Unit Memorial I the hospital. IMina Pierce, Mrs. James Sites, IFand. " I To participate in this program a I Mrs. Stanley Kelley.I The following committees were g~'ft of money regardless of the[ Mr. T. Perry Lippitt by Mrs. I named: Education for schools, I amount, is sent to the treasurer IT. Perry Lippitt; Mr. Harry F ] Mrs. Gary Kable; Junior Womans I Mrs. Kenneth Athey, Charles]Byrd, Sr by Mr. and Mrs. John lClub Purple Patch Chairman, 1 Town Generel Hospital, ROBson. Ambrose; Miss Jewell Parkin by[Mrs. Paul L. Meyers and Mrs. I The amount of the gift is kept~Mr, and Mrs. Donald Baumgard-I Joseph Prentice; Mrs. Leeds/ entirely confidential. The gift nor and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar] Riely, Children and Youth Or-/ should be accompanied by in-~Ridgeway. /ganizations; Mrs. Virginia Birk-[ formation sta,~ing in whose mere- 1 Miss Rebecca Trapnell by MiSS ] itt, Senior Womans, Club Silver I dry the gift been given, the Mary E.Richardson. I Sward Chairman; Bill Perks, [ name anti address of a memb,:r' Mrs. Edward Barnett by Mrs. Men's Service Clubs; Mrs. Frank of the d.'ceased person's family, Cabell G. Tapscott. Humston and Mrs. Jame~ Wat- and the name and address of son, Jr. Publicity; Mrs. O. S.] the donor. (*0mm~l~ u -- a Bloom, Crusade and Service The treasurer then sends ~ lmlulle~ ~H]~,m~ Chairman; Dr. Earl Allara, r, led-] card of acknowledgement to the~, ical Advisor; Mrs. A. B. Cash,] donor and also a card to the faro- ~.0p |l~Pl~d~g co!leering items through the/ ily of the deceased person, I Churches for cancer loan closet. J names of the persons to be mere- t* Mrs. Bloom reported ,$3,150.00 orialized and also the donor ~[~r ~0~ collected on this years drive. names will be published in thet paper. Such publications may be The regular board of directors The next board meeting will be with-held by special request of meeting of the Jefferson County held in February, 1967. the treasurer. I Chapter of the American Cancer The most recent memorials in- Society was held on November clude: 3 at the home of Mrs. O. S. In Memory Of: Miss .Jewell Bloom. Parkin by Mrs. Donald Fuss; Mr. I Mr. J~,b n Cooper, Field Direct- Maurice Cooper by Miss Peggy or for this area, pointed out the Alderson; Miss Rebecca Trapnell ~ importance of the different coun- by Dr. and Mrs. Harry Langd,~n; ty organizations using the film Mr. John C. Skinner by Mr. and strips available for use in educat, Mrs. Mearle Alger; Mrs. Laura ing the public to the dangers of Lippitt Heriot by Mrs. T. Perry cancer. Li~pitt; Mr. William L. Propst Mr. George Vickers was named b~ Mr. and Mrs. R. M. P.ann; Mr. president; Mrs. F. L. Bushong, John C. Skinner 1,y Mr. and Mrs. Vice-president; Mrs. Frank Hum- R. M. Harm; Miss Jewell Parkin ston, secretary; Mrs. Sterling Dance Friday Night In Ranson For Benefit Of Boys Club Of. County A group calling themselves the "Playboys of Jefferson County" have organized a Boys Club for the county for boys between the ages of 13 and 19 and Frida$ night they plan to hold a publi~ dance as a money-raising project SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, NO.VEMBER 17, i966 at the Game Room in Ranson, itIIO1~I~ ! U~m, $~ was announced this week. Danc- ing will be from 7 until 9 p. m. and tickets are available from Junior Class Will Linden Carroll or Sam Carr for 50 cents each or $1 at the door the night of the dance. Present PIw He, Saturday the Playboys, canvass- ed sections of Charles Town and The Junior Class of Ferry High School will Ranson, soliciting cash donations 3 act (comedy) p!ay for the Club. "Curtain Going Up 60TOCHU---U -H UNDAY November 19, at 8:00 P. High School Auditorium ion for adults and l~ students will be $1.00 CHECK THE CLASSIFIEDS mentary students 50 I WISH TO THANK THE VOTERS OF COUNTY FOR THE NICE VOTE GIVEN ME IN WEEK'S ELECTION. I AM DEEPLY AND HUMBLY APPRE( THE EXPRESSION OF CONFIDENCE SINC JOHN J. CANDIDATE- STATE Nov. If IT'S QUALITY YOURE LOOKING FOR I~aster Dinner~e loasting F lni'fe, $' Regtdarly 2.49 8.88 PRI E Xe ly 4.98 PRI E Reguim'ly 15.99