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81 RIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATI$ DECEMBER 10, 1964 A--.7 Kisner, First Powhatan Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Freda Williamson The Powhatan Garden Club met last week at the home of Mrs. Freda Williamson. The meeting opened with a prayer by Mrs. Marvin Brooks which was fol- owed by a reading of the minutes of the previous meeting. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Sterling Tenney and Mrs. Robert B. French gave a report concerning the Garden Council. The club discussed plans for the garden tour held in Jefferson every spring. A large basket of fruit was arranged by club mem- bers and taken to the Charles Town General Hospital as a Thanksgiving treat. The meeting in December will be held on the evening of the eighteenth at the home of Mrs. Barney Travell, South Church Street, At this time all mem- bers are responsible for bringing an arrangement suitable for man- tel or card table during the holt: day season. Gifts will also be ex- changed by the club at this time. The hostess, Mrs. Freda Wil- liamson, served delicious re. freshments. Miss Diana Collis spent Friday December 4th, at West Virginia University touring the campus and the Medical Center. The Leetown Busy Workers 4-H Club is selling Happy Home Vani- lla extract at 60 cents and Lemon at 70 cents. Anyone needing any extract for Christmas Baking please contact Mrs. Charles Owens the leader, or any member of the club. Charles T-- wn aapter above is Miss Charlotte place winner of the contest which was at the West Virginia Culture, in Mar shown in the pic- r model for this contest, Cogar. Miss Kisner, and Mrs. Leo Kis- at the college. all day meeting of Union of Beau- Suppliers held Lodge near Berkeley Kisner was selected from the Clar- to be a model. This attended by over two s from the area of Md., Pennsyl. West Virginia. Miss outstanding student and hair styling~ and plans to fu~l~er after graduation by Zegarelli Brothers School in Pitts- special course and hair coloring. CLERK P. O. Box 348 Future Homemakers Accept New Members The Charles Town Chapter of the Future Homemaker's of Ame- rica held their monthly meeting on December 3, in the Home Eco- nomics room. The meeting was ...... - held for the installation of the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shreck new members. The new members visited their aunt, Mrs. Frances are: Ellen Barr, Mary Bell, Gloria Boyd, Doris Brackett, Bernice Janney, who is a patient in the Braxton, April Brookman, Patri- Hagerstown Hospital on Wednes. cia Brown, Sue Bush, Sharon Cain day. Linda Coulter, Carolyn Dawson Mrs. Nelle Miley who is still in Linda Fraley, Diane Fields, Nancy the Winchester Virginia Mem, Howell, Barbara Johnson, Becky orial Hospital is improving very Johnston, Beverly Kidwell, Nancy satisfactorily. Lohmeyer, Wands Macnaugkey, A daughter was born to Mr. and Ellen Mercer, Linda Moore, Sarah Mrs. Howard Shewbridge, Jeffer- Myers, Linda Painter, Linda Pulse son Terrace on Wednesday, Dec- Linda Pierce. Jeanne Ramye, Din- ember 2nd. 1964 .in the Winchest- ne Snyder, Mamie Walters, Ellen er Memorial Hospital. The little Ward. Peggy Wilson. Miss weigl~ed~5~A~t.o~.and ~as been given the ~ame of Mary ~W AUX[~r~y TO Ho~d Michellc. Mrs. Shewbridge was the former Miss Virginia Lee Jenkins and was employed by ~Hs~k~S Pa~ Dec. 17 American Finance Company. John Edward Merchant, son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Merchant. Hale Street, Charles Town, has been pledged to the Sigma Nu Fraternity at the University of the South, Swanee, Tennessee. Mrs. Charles Peer of Charles Town, is a patient in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. The Auxiliary of the Jefferson County Veterans ~,~ Foreign Wars Post, will hold their ana~'~al Christ mas party Dec. 17 at tm~ Post home, it was announced this wcc;: The Post members are also invit- ed to attend the affair which will get underway at 7 p.m. Gold Star mothers of Jefferson County will be honored guests. Members of the Auxiliary are ask ed to bring along a present to be exchanged. LET OUR EXPERT STYLISTS PUT YOUR HAIR IN SHAPE FOR THE HOLIDAY FESTIVTIES. Get An Excitiwg New Hair-Do Par The Busy Holidays m 725-9221 FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT 81 OPPING CENTER -- CHARLES TOWN Leetown 4-1ters Honored At Annual Achievement Banquet For the first time in the com- munity, an Achievement Banquet was held for both the Leetown Busy Workers and the Leet0wn Toppers 4-H Clubs. Fifty 4.Her's and parents attended the banquet, which was held December 4, in the Baptist Church basement. After the delicious buffet style meal, Jeff Sagle, newly elected president of the Toppers 4-H Club, presided for the evening. He introduced the special guests, Mrs. Marian Myers and Mr. Ed Sa- ville, Jefferson County 4-H Ex- tension Agents, who presented Certificates of Merit to the 4-Her's completing their projects. Club awards were given for the Secre- at the meeting tentative plans were made for holding a dance during the Christmas holidays. I Sunday 5dmol Classes I The Chapel at McGuire Air a pearl seeded pill box hat of.,,w Present Christmas Force Base, Bethel, New Jersey, matching material. She carried was the scene Saturday, Nov, 21, an old fashioned nosegay. of the wedding of Miss Carolyn Ware of Kearneysville, to Mr. Donald R. Giardina of Bethel, New Jersey. The double ring ceremony was performed at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. Joseph Smith in the presence of the immediate families and serv- icemen. Miss Jeanne Dann was maid-of- honor. Robert M. Giardina of Bethel was best man for his brother. The bride wore a white satin and chiffon ballerina length gown with sculptured neckline and three quarter length sleeves. Her illusion veil fell in two tiers from Miss Dann was attired tna two- Entedalnment Dec. 20 piece emerald green crepe dress in ballerina length. She wore a! The Sunday School classes of white fur pill box hat with match- Christ Reformed Church in Shep- O ing muff. i herdstown will present their Chri A reception took place at the stmas entertainment Sunday, Dec home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael ember 20 at 11:00 A. M. Storm, followed by a bridal din- The program will include poemsi ner at the Sky Lodge Motel by the Primary Department un-[ I Mrs. Giardina was graduated : der the direction of Mrs. Georgia from Charles Town High School iOrr, assisted by Miss Charlote and attended Shepherd College.! Koontz; music by the Youth Both she and her husband, who is choir directed by Mrs. Ruth a graduate of Bethel High School,' Arvin and accompained by Ronnie are serving in the Air Transport Grubb and a Christmas reading Division of the Air Force. They will make their home at Califor- nia Villa in New Egypt, N. J. m n': Club by Miss Cindy Miller. The public is invited to attend this service, Two Local Students Have Part In General Motors Science Show Mrs. Norma Jean Brining, 316 S. Navy blue with matching access- Maple Avenue, Martinsburg, daug ories. hter of Mr. Holmes Grim and the Carroll Riner was best man to late Hazel M, Grim, became the Mr. Barrow. bride of Mr. Marion Lee Barrow, Jr,, of Bunker Hill, Saturday even ing Nov, 28 in the Baptist Church in Winchester, Va. I The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. T. Clltrt, at 7:30 p.m. in the presence of friends and relatives. The bride's outfit was a baby blue wool Jersey sheath, with bl- ack patent accessories and her flowers were white carnations tin- ted with blue. Miss Louise Jones, a cousin of the groom, who was attendant for the bride, wore a lilac suit with black accessories. The mother of the groom, wore a black and white suit with black accessories and a corag of white carnations. The bride's grandmother wore [ volutlons per minute inside the suitcase, made this seemingly sire A meeting of the organization's Hamilton School, Editor of the pie task difficult-- to the delight executive committee was held pr- LEAF an educational bulletin for of the audience, ior to the regular November meet teachers, past president of Lou- Designed to stimulate more ing of the Charles Town Senior don County Education Association student interest in scientific and Woman's Club held recently at His topic greatness through Ser- engineering careers, the 45-rain- which a number of matters were vice. ute stage presentation was nar- discussed. ~ "The great contribution Wo- At the organizational meeting men's Club's make is in the field rated in non-technlcal language the members were asked to attend of Public education" He brought by Joe Shaw ad Dick Poole of the Desert Hour at !he Home of out the importance and good ef- the General Motors Public Rela- Mrs. F. Hedrick Cla5 mond Court. feet women make in working in tions staff. A Silver offering was to be used groups. The "misbehaving" suitcase ser for benefit of Arthritis and Rheu- The December program will be red to illustrate how gyroscopes are ~used to indicate direction and matism Foundation. This is a pro- a Christmas Party at the home of 'Charles Town High School stu. to safety guide ships, planes and ject which all clubs in state are Mrs. O. S. Bloom the President, dents saw an unusual demonstra- missiles along predetermined asked to contribute. Tuesday Dec. 15 at 8 pro. Mrs. 't$0n of gyroscopic principles es- courses. The Club will sponsor the Chris James Watson Jr. will be co-hos, sential to space travel when Gen- tmas gift tree at the hospital The tess. Members are asked to bring chairman of this project is Mrs. a gift exchange, eral Motors educational science Robert French. Then on Dec, 17, Mrs. Mary P. Johnson, chair- a Christmas tea will be held at man of Welfare, is receiving con- the hospital immediately follow- tributions and gifts for a needy ing the tree lighting, t family Members are asked to support Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer ~sked for the Jefferson County Chorus volunteers to help with the Christ Program, Dee. 17 at 8 pro. in the mas gift wrapping from Dec. 7-19 Educational Building of the Meth at the Newton Baker Veterans Service Division at the VA. Hos- odist Church. pital. Members are reminded if they have not gotten W. Va. Memo. calendars to please do so. Mrs. H. H. Hunter, Mental Heal th division chairman, is receiving gifts for "Operation Santa Claus in Mental Hospital in the State. Mrs. James Watson Jr. had char ge of devotional. The group sang "For the Beauty of the Earth." Mrs. O. S. Bloom introduced Mr. George Atwell of Leesburg, Vs., a civic leader, Principal of tary's Book with the Toppers re- ceiving a blue ribbon and the Busy Workers a i'ed ribbon. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of special awards to those 4-Her's achieving outstanding work in their proj- ects. Those receiving these awards were: Kenna Fritts, Room Improvement; Pam Hoffman, Vegetable Growing; Abner Ware, Tractor; Cam Tabb, General Farming; Walter Tabb. Dairy; George Tabb, Bee-keeping; Dickie Tabb, Conservation; Christian Bratina, Electrification, and Jeff Sagle, Electrificatipn. Diane Col- Its was presented with a Leader- ship Award. Upon the completion of the awards presentation, both clubs held short business meetings. 18 Contestants For l'ak, nt Contest Staged A New Year Eve dance is being 1 sponsored again this year by the I Woman's Club at Shenandoah [ Downs. Mrs. N. Corbin and Mrs. [ S. Tenney are working on the pro- [ ject. Hostesses for the November meeting were Mrs. Robert French Mrs. F. G. Beeshong, Miss Cather- ine Chelds, Mrs. Vera Havener, Mrs. Kenneth Jenkins, Miss Lueil- le Printz, Mrs. Elwood Lane, Mrs. Hugh Via and Mrs. Kelley Lance Jr. Delicious refreshments were served. received $30.00 and a trophy; 3rd place J. D. Dawson, Hamilton, Vir ginia, received $20.00 and a trophy, The trophies were furnished by Scott & White, Leggetts Depart- ment Store and Peoples Supply, Inc. Other contestants participating were: Miss Carol Tester, 12 year old, Acrobatic and Jazz Dancer from Hyattsvllle, Maryland; Miss Janice PenweU, 9 year old, Singer from Charles Town; "The Out. casts", rock and roll group from Berkeley Springs; Miss Brenda Miller and Miss Margie Blaekford from Charles Town; Mr. John Alger, 15 year old, Country Music Singer, from Charles Town; Mr. Bill Strider, 16 year 01d, Piano player, from Charles Town; Miss Katie Blackford, 13 year old, Sing er, from Charles Town; Mr. David Wilson, 12 year old. Guitar pick- ing, from Brunswick. Maryland; Mr. Michael Nosebred, 11 year old, Singer, from Brunswick, Mary land; Miss Beulah Breeden, 21 yrs. old, Singer, from Summit Point, West Virginia; Miss Sandra K. Spates, 13 yrs, old, Singer, from Charles Town; Miss Carolyn Cotta, 18 ~Ts. old, Singer, form New Market, Virginia; Larry & The Lads. ages 12 to 14, Rock & Roll, from Frederick, Maryland. Young Demczats Pim For Holldafs Dance The Young Democrats of Jef- ferson County, meeting at the Jef ferson County Court House Mon- show, "Previews of Progress," was presented at the School, Fri-[ day Dec. 4. 1 The above picture shows the~ gyroscope demonstration in the I After a close first the Shepherd show which featured an attempti College eagers turned on the of- b~ Jim Heflebower and Ralph fensive steam mid-way in the sec- BOWman, both Charles Town High l ond half and romped to a 8~72 students, to manipulate an ordin-1 victory over Bridgewater College ary looking suitcase. A small of Bridgewater, Vs., Thursday hi- gyroscope, whirling ate13,000 re- ght, Dec. 3, on the Shepherd hard QOe NYIX)N And QUILTED ROBES BRUSH NY'IL)N GOWNS And PAJAMAS And GOWNS In Just Plain NYIR)N O SLACKS. SKIRTS. KNIT SUITS - WOOL SUI SPORT BLOUSES by Blotmemaker with both long and roll-up LOVELY JEWELRY -- KID GI VES, bl ck and white Metalic Gloves in Gold and Silver, Long and Short EVENING BAGS and GLOVE SETS to go with her new and lovely line of Holiday Dresses SWEATEILS of all kinds -COATS - NOVELTIES Q IANGEPJ by Redgers and NEGLIGEE SETS RANSON, W. VA. Following the ceremony the wedding party and families and friends enjoyed a wedding din- ner at the Lee-Jackson Restaur. ant in Winchester, Va. Later in the evening the couple left on a wedding trip to New York where they will reside at 5 Ridge Ave- nue, Apartment C, Walden, New York. The bride, a graduate of Martin sburg High School, is a member of the Martinsburg Junior Worn. art's Club and has been employed in a Real Estate and InsuranCe Agency in Martinsburg. The groom, a graduate 0f Mug, selman High School, is employed by the Automatic Electric Com- pany in New York. He is the son of Mrs. Noami Barrow and the late Marion Lee Barrow. By Band Booster Club day, decided to end their 1964 membership drive and get plans underway for the 1965 drive. Also The Charles Town-Ranson Boost er Club staged it's first Eastern West Virginia Talent Contest Wed nesday evening, Nov. 25 in the Charles Town Junior High School auditorium with 18 contestants participating. Bill Peer acted as master of ceremonies and presented the cash and trophies offered the best contestants to the following who were named as the winners: The winners were: First place Ronald L. Flook, Boonsboro, Md:, (Solo), received $50.00 and a tro- phy; Second place - "The Blazers" from Charles Town, a rock and roll group ages 16 to 20 years old, woods. It was the second victory in three nights for the Rams and gave them a 2-2 mark on the sea- 8on. Neither team showed any great offensive style or punch in the first half, with the ~oreboard lighted to :~-30 for Shepherd at intermission, It was near the end of the thii~! ten minutes of play when Coa~h Carl Hartman's Rams began to bound off the offensive boartiS and get a fast break going with Gary Phalen and Bill Thomps~II moving in for the shots. Thompson, who has been rolli~g in points at' the rate of 27.6 per game, hit consistently both on L~- side and outside shots and cam~ through with 28 points for the l~ights work despite the fact l~e did not play in the late stages of the battle. Gary Phalen, a form er Martinsburg High cage star, who has been helping Thomps0a carry the Rams' offensive load, chalked up 21 points. 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