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February 27, 1969

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[] [] Use Our Convenient Charge PlUm i callers upon her daughter, Mrs. I Scholarships will be awarded SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S AD' ]Josephine Johnston and daugh- /on the basis of merit. Scores on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1969 ~ [ ters, Joyce and Bonnie. ',the test and the information con- I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton have tained in the questionaires fiiledl~ "-- I I been down this week with flu. !out by the applicants will deter- ~su ~|mme DnhAt4 Kathy Sims ,a I Her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph mine the scholarships they re- nuataj Jian~m tuvM~;B I Robert Liskey,' a !Painter, of Kearneysville, were I ceive. Recipients of scholarships . tend Fairm0nt E ! * a week inearly 1~ ~Sunday callers of the Miltons. I will be notified at the end of iLl,key TO Be Chides be guests of t~ Birthday Party . ) April. t Mrs. Sarah Penwell gave her; This year will mark the first), i= m dents during tht mother a birthday dinner on Feb. year that two students from Cha-i m0wn txcn0nge Students R~ie~cat~il~f 21 in honor of her 74th year. rles Town High School have been P P M~ : Su o- ~rn-++ ~+, ao,t ~-, ivities, particularl Among those present to honor among the finalists in this scholar Mrs. Lizzie Engle were Mr. and ship competition. In 1968 Miss 'ncil'sp~n~or" a~ "Cl~a~les~"To~ with the Mrs, James Fritts, Mr. and Mrs. George Penwell, Miss Ida May Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pen- well, Miss Juanita Penwell, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands, Mr. Lee Norman, of Washington, D. C Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell and family. Mrs. Engle received many usefttt presents and gifts of mon- ey. There was an abundance of good things to eat. All wished her many more happy years. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell and small son spent Sunday ~ith his parents in Hamilton, Va. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills, of Ranson, Harry, Jr.~ Bobby, Donald Lee, Rusty and Debbie Shirley, of Middle- way. Other callers were Mr. Les- ter Viands ,of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands of the Bloom- ery, Miss Debbie Day, of near town, Mr. Bobby Ware, of Baker- ton, and Mrs. Laura Brown, of given a dinner in honor of their town. 25th Wedding Anniversary by Miss Linda Smallwood, daugh- Rose and Marquerite Petrucci of ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Small- Millville, sisters of Mrs. Lflla, and wood, will be married on March 1 by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wager- to Mr. Richard Schultz, Jr of man of Emmitsburg, Md daugh- Baltimore, Md at 2 o'clock in the ter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla were Mary Lilla and the late Mr. V. Lilla, MiUville Mr. and Mrs. Lilla have resided in Millville since their marriage. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and two sons, Jay and Vince; Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mr. George Jones who has been win Pope; Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pet- Arlongton Methodist Church in Mrs. Lilla, on February 16, 1969, rucci; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Petrucci Baltiniore, Md. Reception will be at the home of Rose and Marque- Mr .and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood ,held after the wedding at 5233 ~+~ p~+ ~ ~al~m, Linden" Heights" Avenue, Batil and three children, Tina, Tonya, ) " Mrs. Lllla is the former Sarah and Nicholas, and Mr. and Mrs. more. ~ L~ call of Mrs Jose Petrucch daughter of the late Robert Wagerman. I ~unuay ~. ers . . . " Mr and Mrs. F. Petrucci, Mill- Many lovely gifts were receiv- pnine Johnston anu aaugnters, " I rifle, Mr. Lilla Is the son of Mrs. ed by the couple. Plc*,-ed above ~--- Mar, WVso,*~ Cho,-lo**o e 1 ~ a n ~ #oyce ann ~onme, were ~er. ann Peer, Hat~ from the Kut 'N Kurl Beauty Salon, who have j"~ti"(~n~. " ]Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Stuckey. low-up services to discharged pat recently returned from the Cofffure Creation Academy in PI{; ~burgh ~1 Mr. and Mrs. Louis M Carty, ients in state mental hospitals; Pa. This ~tylh'Q ~e/,~ a~ by ~ he. famous ; jr. ann daughter, Larraine, of Bal an extensive drug program for: ZegareHi teach fat ~t" ~'| ~[rstyling ~e] dsand~ . l timore, were wee~e~a guests oz those who need medicatiOn and g ~ L! ~ J~ M )Mr. and MrS. L. V: ~tuckey, Jr. have no other source of payment JlJ ~ [ |~ ~ ~ |~1 I Mrs. Hugh Hill and Mrs. Anne for them; assistance in admitt- Mrs. Floyd Shnons Woodward visited Mrs. Anna ance proceedures to state institu- ann m me afternoon we wsitea .' Ramsberg recently at the Asbury tions for the mentally ill or re- Mrs. Billy Viands at Murrlel Hill. ~~ ~~ Methodist Home in Gaithersburg tarded. Mr. Marvin SmaUwood and i(FROM LAST WEEK) Md. Mrs. Ramsberg had suffered Mrs. Hunter, president of the daughtes Ltnda and Gasella, vis- Svmnathv Expressed an attack of the flu early this Association, gave a report on the Mrs, 'Julia Viands Red friends in Baltimore on Frl- ) "~-r ~-~ ~" xv:mnathv ~-e.~ ~ut t year and was not fully recuperat- 10th Annual Mental Health Din- r ~--,-----. o e V t day, Linda remained with friends er ed at the tzme of th lsi. ner held in Charleston January for the weekend, m ~rs. x}rutes Lxazuuy~) ~raza ~r ana l~rs ltooerl RlCKaru and family whose mother, Mrs. 22 at which time Mrs. Burton in Newton Baker Hospital for over critical list. His from Martins to the Mrs. ] the weekend Caroline, Vs. strong. Mr, Mike 6oldsteln, of Balti- more, Md was a caller Friday night of Mr. Marvin Smallwood and daughter, Gaselia. Mrs. Jackie Brown and daugh- ter, night and neysville. Mrs. of BrunswiCk, Md. night with~ her JoUle Alq~l-. strong ~ [ Sorrfy fo ~y Dfflow, [ Mrs. Albert ViandS, while Alberl Jr son ~ I Mrs. Robert [ was attending school of the Peo- Dillov~. t ~ been a patient in the [pie Supply iri. Georgia. Albert re- Charles o~ ~ ~en sai Hospital. ] turned home Saturday at noon. Mr. and )[~, Da ~d Henry and[ Mr. Buss Stagner remains very sons, of ~ ~nr~, ~ere weekend ] ill at his home since returning callers upon !~i~ rents, Mr, and ] from the Charles ~ ~neral Mrs. Garland~ lie) ry. Mr. and Hospital. Mrs. Henry. ~nt Friday night Mrs. M~Iv~-Fritts returned and Saturday ~ltli the~ son-in- Wednesday from spend- law and Mrs. with her ily in [ has been down with mine CHARLES J. W. SMITH But did word earn in,de as outside. He be Idm. mighty ordon of take his fair slm~ goods and where and-whe~ he can, for them to earn aml "dleve is no such pemon~',~ But do too, Right? TOWN, WEST YIRGINI and family, Charles Town, were Emma Whitmore passed away on Sunday in the Charles Town Gen eral Hospital We axe sorry to hear Mrs. Clara Magaha has been a patient in the King's Daughters Hospital in Mar tinsburg. Her sister-in-law, Mrs, Hugh Janney of Baltimore, Md. has been staying in the home with her mother, Mrs. Maggie Janney. We all wish Clara a speedy recovery. S~rry to hear Mr. Charles Cost- ello father, Mr. Edward Costello is a patient at City Hospital, Mar- tinsburg and will Undergo sur- gery this week. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and family the past week were; Mr. and rMs. Russell Brown of Hagerstown, Md Mrs. Jean Chapman and, son Lewis of Winchester, Va Elder Larry Boggess of Martinsburg, W. Va Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Cust- er of Jefferson Terrace, Mrs. Wanda Ring and daughters, San- dra, Teresa and Denese, rMs. Kenneth Ring and son Mike, Mrs. Aids Johnson and Mrs. Roy Lamb ert all of Middleway, Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Town, Rev. Mrs. Rob ert Wiley and Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Anderson, Mrs. George (Louise) Ander- son returned home on Thursday from the Washington County Hos pital, Hagerstown, Md She will enter George Washington Univer- sity Hospital, Washington, D. C. in the near future for tests. We do wish Louise the best and a ~edy recovery. Mr, and Mrs. Avis Grim of Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomas. Mrs. Wayne Stuckey and dau- ghter, Leigh Ann of Gary, Indi- ana, have been visiting this past month with Mr. and Mrs. Law- fence Gum, Martinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Stuckey. Mr. Wayne Stuckey has been in the area on business. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Margolin, re- cently of Redlands, Calif spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, O. Hamstead, en- route to the Northeast. Mr. Mar- olin has accepted a position with Raytheon of Bedford, Mass. Mental Heal oup Shown Him, Acts On N!mber Of Matters 'HOW ARE YOU," a mental health film was shown to mem- bers of the Jefferson County As- sociation for Mental Health at their regular meeting on Febru- ary 10th. The film is an animat- ed cartoon designed to acquaint the viewer with the world of mental health. The film was made for teen-agers but is interesting to all age groups. Organizations wishing to use this 15.minute, in color, film for a program may have it by contacting any mem- ber of the Association. During the business session which preceeded the program, membe~ voted to make a donat- ion of $200. to The School of ~ope, Inc. Middleway, day school Washington street and Mr. and for trainable, mentally retarded Mrs. Bill Corbin of Luray, Vs. pupils, ages 6 to 18 years. are on a sightseeing tour of Flor- The local chapter also voted to ida. [purchase a 4-drawer, steel filing ~eabinet at a cost of $68. for use Mr. ~ Mrs. Floyd Simons in the office of the Jefferson were callers on Mr, and Mrs. William Mason, Shep~wn County Mental Health Service. This Information and Referral Saturday evening, Mr. Mason is,s6rVice was established, and is improving rapidly from surgery he had in Januaw. He is able to f~ncially supported by the Jeff- erson County Court, August 1, 5e and around taking care of 1968 With an Office in the Pro- his f~ work, fessional Building and Mrs. H. H. Hunter Administrator of the serv ice Which is free to Jefferson County resident~ Office hours Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mrs. Nell 81ascksy, ~land, are 9 A. M. to 12 noon Monday through Friday, telephone num. ber 725-9685. "Phis service is one of the 52 county community~based ment~ health services in West Virginia and offers assistance in : ' r ~ 0 2 returned home ~ter a w~mk and a half Joseph of Minnesota, recently in- stalled president of the National Association for Mental Health, addressed 150 members of the West Virginia Department of Mental Health and represent- atives of the West Virginia As- soelation for Mental Health. In- cluded were 60 members af the Legislature as guests. Mrs. Joseph stated that problems in the field of mental health continue to out race sQlutions although progress is being made to close the gap. A report by Mrs. Blake Harri- son showed that Operation Santa Claus was again a successful pro ject this year. The local chapter donated $25. toward purchase of gowns for non-ambulatory pat- ients at Colin Anderson Center. t~rs. Willis Shuman stated that two new mental health booklets are ordered and will be available and free to the public. Mrs. Robert Leonard reported that she and her legislative com- mittee had contacted area leg- islators in regard to support of currently introduced mental health bills in the Legislature. The Reverend David Wayland, M. J. Goff, and Westley Young were welcomed as new members of the chapter. "THE AWAKENING," by Rita Manderson ,a new book on alco- holism has been presented to the Charles Town Library by the chapter. Bethany Acres, Inc Fall ston, Md. a free Alocholic Treat- ment Center for Women, was es- tablished by Bob and Rita Man- derson and it is maintained by them. The annual Bell-Ringer Fund Drive was discussed in the meet ing and will be held during the month of May. Pare Hoffman, Mike Mays Finalists In Merit Scholarship Teds Mrs. Jeanne Lutman, Guidance Director at Charles Town High School, has announced that Pare Hoffman and Mike Mays are fin- alists in the Merit Schalarship Test. Determination of finalists in thfs test is made on the basis of the individual student scores. Miss Hoffman and Mr. Mays re- ceived word earlier in the school ffblems Of mental illness; alco- year of their status as se~i-fia- i~m; m~ retardation; fol-alists, mont. Stephanie Clopper was the sole High School has announced the finalist from Charles Tow~ High High School Exchange Program Two School. planned for this year. Although tend Charles .-- the program is not new in con- the following a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I cept, it is a first for the Charles An'eno ~nurcn Keaularly IT own High School. Exchange A'rI"ENt) " I" I Program planne~ for this year. IF IT'S QUALITY YOU'RE LOOKING FOR BOYS" STURDY PmS-MF,-NOT DRESS New longer wearing blend of 75% DuPont Dacron polyester and 25% cotton defies toughest wear. Tapered legs. Machine wash and dry, permanently pressed. Groovy col. ors. Sizes 8 tO 18. l ] I SIR BOYS' PR S-MF,-NOT CASUAL PANTS 7~% DuPont Dacrone polyester, 25% cotton for greater strength, more tear resistance. Half boxer elastic waist. Machine wash and dry, never need ironing. 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