Jean Phillips Shibley, 53, who was president of the Salvation Army Auxiliary of the District of Columbia from 1966 to 1969, died Saturday in her Washington home. She had multiple sclerosis.

In addition to serving two terms as president of the Salvation Army Auxiliary, she chaired many of the organization's fund-raising drives and served on its executive and finance committee for the past 10 years.

Although she had multiple sclerosis for the past 25 years, Mrs. Shibley also participated in fund-raising work for other organizations, including the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists. She had been active in citizens organizations in Georgetown and in the Sheridan-Kalorama area, and was a charter member of the City Tavern Club.

Mrs. Shibley was a native of Dalmatia, Pa., and a 1947 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University. She taught school in New Jersey before moving to Washington in 1951.

Survivors include her husband, Raymond N. Shibley, of the home; her partent Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Phillips, of Dalmatia, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. Philip Crosby, of New York City.

The family suggests that expressions of Sympathy be in the form of contributions to either the Salvation Army of the District of Columbia or the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in Washington.