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,so Conferences 101; Number of Nurse-Pupil Conferences' 137; 'Mr~,kJ"" For 1960 In order that contributing agen cies and the general public may be informed of the Public ttealth Prograzn carried in Jefferson County by the Public Itealth Nut se and Sanitarian during the year 1960 the following information is submilted: Public Health Nurse A summary of Mrs. Kathryn Ru dolph's work is as follows: Non Communicable Diseases visits 61; Acute Communicable Diseases visits 98; V. D. visits in field 92; V. D. Clinic visits, 57; Hours in V. D. Clinic 42; Tuber- culo~s X-Ray Clinic visits 177; Tuberculosis Diagnostic Clinic visits 177; ttours in Tuberculosis X-Ray Clinics 40; Itours in Tuber culosis Diagnostic Clinics 60; Mo- bile X-Ray Unit (Number Visi- ted) 1325; ttours with Mobile X- Ray Unit 26; Tuberculosis Cas es, Contacts, Suspects in field 607; Blood Tests for School Bus Drivers 9; Typhoid Clinic visits 34; Well-Child Conference (Chas. Town, ttarpers Ferry and Shep- herdstoWn) 786; Hours in Well Child Conferences 72; Immunizat ion Completed, Smallpox 122; Diptheria, Fertussis & Tetanus 162; Health Guidance (1 month to 21 years & over) ~45; Cripplqd Children's visits (Under 1 year to 20 years) 43; New Crippled found 7; General Screening of HighI School Band 67; Visual Screening] 66; School visits 90; Teacher-Nur I We will sell the Following Personal Property, located 7 miles West of Charles Town, W. Va., at Middleway, W. Vs., Jefferson County, on SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1961 BEGINNING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Home Comfort Range Stove (coal or gas); 2 Oil Burners, Piano, Dresser, Swing, Table, 2 Platform Rockers, Slipper Chair, Porch Chairs, 2 Split Bottom Chairs, Odd Chairs, Love Seat, T. V. Stand, Child's Lawn Chair, Washstand, old; Night Stand, old; Radio, Stands, Bed, Foot Stool, Scatter Rugs, 9x12 Fiber Rug, 9xi2 Congoleum Rug, Westinghouse Electric Roaster, Deep Fryer, 2 Lamps, Large Mirror, 6 Candle Holders, 5 Pair Drapes, 2 Pair Fiber Glass Curtains, 12 Pair White Curtains, 4 White Linen Shades, Flower Pots, Medicine Cabinet, Pictures, Baking Dishes, Cook- ing Utensils, Glass and Silverware, Dishes, and Other Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. ETHEL K. WHITACRE JOHN L. WHITACRE H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. March 23 and 30- 2t. Number of Conferences Promot- ion of Services 20; Meetings a.t- tended as part of Duty 8. In addition to the above the nurse has had conferences with local physicians, welfare workers, social workers, etc. concerning care of patients in need. She in- structs parents and others in home nursing care and also as- sists physicians in obtaining hos- )itilization for tuberculosis pa tients. Sanitarian A summary of Mr. John R Cooper, Sr. Sanitarian, work: Camp & Park Inspections 39 Nusiances Investigated 17; NuL lances Corrected 13; Swimmin, Pool Inspections 12; Swimmin Pool Visits 12; Office Interview~ 150; Field Interviews not recor~ ed elsewhere 400; Approved Priv & Semi Private Water Supplic (Installed and Protected) 3'~ Semi Public Water Supply In spection 16; Private Water Sup ply Inspections 28; Public Water Supply Samples 73; Semi Public Waer Supply Samples 80; Private Water Supply Samples 21; New Septic Tanks Installed 36; F. H. A. Approved 14; Public Lecture~ & Talks 6; Food Schools held 3; Number Attendance Food SchooE 300; Bulletins Distributed 350; Newspaper Articles 10; Restaur- ants Registered for Inspection 80 New Restaurants Registered 6; Food (Consumed) Inspections 200; Food (Consumed) Visits 109; Food (taken out) visits 11; Meat sampled collected 11; Meat sam- ple pres'ervative 1; Visits by Su- pervisor 7; Conference with other agencies 41; rabies speci- men prepared and sent to Labor atory 4. Mr. Cooper also attends In-Ser vice Training Programs held in the Districtm ________. Swallowing your pride will nov er give you indigestion. Nobody ever gets anything for nothing, but a lot of people keep t I I It PAYS To Buy _ I I -- TOM LENNON'S - ~ " J | Advertising Specialties | I I Easy Selection In Display Room | I s,o0. w. y. I Call Collect -- 486, After 6, 1132 | t . o.wi Discontinuing Farming I will s011 at Public Sale the Fol- .~~/~ lowing Live Stock, Faxming Implements and Household Goods, ~t/~ ~'~OPE |T~ ~UHI~D located on Italltown and Shephcrdstown Pike about 4 miles South of Shepherdstown, W. Vs., and 4 miles North of Hal!- I=A~TE~I:~ i~A"T" - ~' BI3T HAVE OU~C~L I/~, town, W. Vs., at Uvilla, on AblYWAY/~~ TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1961. 50 HEAD OF HEREFORD CATTLE 16 Hereford Cows with ealves by their side; 30 Hereford Heifers and Steers, weight about 400 lbs. to 600 lbs. each. ~= ,~~,O~,~,,.A~(~ These Cattle have been TB and Blood Teested. 31 HEAD OF HOGS 5 Black Poland China Sows, 3 with pigs by their side: 25 Shoats, ranging in weight from 75 to 100 lbs. each; One Spotted Poland China Male Hog. 40 HEAD OF SHEEP Some with Lambs by their side. FARMING IMPLEMENTS MeCormick-Deering M Tractor; McCormick-Deering 300 Tractor; McCormick-Doering Super C Tractor; McCormick- Deering Combine No. 64 with Pickup Attachment and Scarce Clea~er; McCormick-Deerlng corn planter for Farmall Super C Tractor; MeCormick-Deering C- 295 A Mould Board Plow for Super C Tractor; MeCormick-Deering cultivator for Super C Tractor; McCormick-Deering mower 27-V; Univers~ Trac- tor Mower for M or H Tractor; McCormick-Doering CulUva- tor for M or H Tractor; McCormick-Doering mower for C Tractor; power corn sheller No. 30; McCormick-Deering Trac. tor Drill, 13 spouts; New Idea one row Corn Picker; McCor- mick-Deerlng 2 4-row mounted type corn picker; 2 Oliver tractor plows, 14-in. bottom; McCormick-Deerlng high spee~ plow, 14-tn.; garden tractor; chain saw, New Holland Har- vester with motor and row crop and grass attachment; No 61 Forage Harvester with row crop and grass attachment' Lilllston Brush Hog, McCormick Deering No. 200 manur~ sprea~ler with rubber tires; 2 Grove wagons, 3-ton each" I Grove Wagon 6-Tons capacity; Cunningham Hay CondL tioner, new; Ams-Chalmers Forage Btower and pipe; Ht~ Boy manure loader, T-Bar roller, New Idea rubbertire sM~ delivery hay rake; Hammer Mill, McCormick-Decring No..~ Ensilage Forage Blower; MeCormlek-Deering 5O-T. Piclup" Baler, A-1 shape; McCormlck-Deertng disc harrow, No. 19-V. McCormick-Doering mower with %ft, wind row attachment. McCormick-Deering 2-section tractor spring tooth harrows" King Wise 28-ft. hay artd grain conveyor ,with electric motor" two 8-ft. McCormick-Doering disc harrows; pulverizer, some tools, Tra~ctor Circtdax Wood Saw. 1953 FORD TRUCK 1~ Ton, A-1 Shape. FOUl{ WHEEL DRIVE GEEP. Several Hundred Bushels of Corn, Oats and Barley each. Butchering Tools. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining Table and 2 Chairs; Breakfast Set with 4 Chalr~" Electric Ta~ble and Floor Lights; Library Table and Coffe~ Table; Iron Bed with springs and mattress; 2 wash stand.q bureaus, straight back and rocking chairs; Desk and Boob Case Combine; 3 Old Clocks, Pictures and Picture Frames" 3 Caxd Tables, Mirrors, Chin~ Closet, Iron Stone China Wash Bowl and Pitcher; 2 ToNet Sets, Large Collection of China and Glassware; Lot of Old Book& Rugs, Lot of Toys, High School Band Bells, Bacon and Lard, Lots of Other Articles that are not mentioned. 40 LO~AI. TRADEM.AJKK~. Ea~ You know how unpredicta- ble spring weather is. Fill up your tank with our qual- ity fuel oil and be sure of comfort. TERMS:---CASH On Day of Sale. NORVAL B. JENKINS MORROW, ORNDORFF, THARPE and MILLER, Auctioneers. MOORE AND .MORELAND, Clerks. St. James Lutheran, Church Will Serve Lunch. ~h 16, 23, 30-~. John Hough Is Re-Named to Head IRanson Civic Club MRS. JOIIN IIOUGH The Ranson Civic Club for- mally known as the Ranson Car- dettes held their annual election of officers in the old Ranson grade school recently and reelec- ted Mrs. ,John ttough as president for the fourth year. Other officers also remained the same. Mrs. Vesta Jones re- named vice president; Mrs. Kel- ley Lance Jr., secretary; and Mrs. Itarry Jenkins Jr. treasurer. The club can look back with pride at the achievements during ~he past year. A new 50 star nylon flag was presented to the Ranson graded school. The first in Jefferson County. In the spring the club members planted flowers in the Ranson Circle which will be taken over in the spring by the Brownie Troop of Ranson. In November the Club gave a welcome home dinner for Mr. R. J. Funkhouser, which was held in the Ranson Graded School. The dub also sponsored the sale of Christmas trees and candy at Christmas which was a huge success and will plan to make it an annual event. It was decided at the meeting held in September to change the name of the club from the Car- dettes to the Rans0n Civic Club since it's activities were of a Civ ic nature. The club membership express ed appreciation to Bill Magaha, Johnny Mays, Johnny Russell and Morris Hardy, members of the Charles Town ttigh Band for play ing for a dance this past Satur- day night for the young people of the comnmnitly which was held in the old Ranson school un de~ sponsorship of the Ranson Civic Club. Leader ln Girt Scout Work Set For Thursday, Aprd 6 The Eastern Panhandle Girl Scout office announces that a Bas ic Leadership course will begin Thursday, April 6 from 10:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M. and will contin- ue for one day a week for five weeks giving a total of twenty hours. It is believed that there will be a need for troop leaders this coming fall and anyone inter ested in serving as a leader or in any volunteer capacity is urged to attend. It is also announced that begin ning next September there will be a four level program of Scout- ing in effect as follows: Brown- WEBSTER COUNTY * Ranks High as Re~e~ As one of the State's highest and roughest counties, Webster County lends itself admirably to recreational activities. Holly River State Park and thousands of acres of Monon- gahela National Forest provide excellent recreational spots. It ranks among the forenmst counties for fishing and hunting. Timber has been the backbone of Webster's economy for decades, but it also has extensive coal reserves, as yet un- touched. It is the birthplace of such rivers as the Elk, the Little Kanawha, the Gauley, the Holly and Cranberry. The mineral springs at Webster Springs, county seat, reputed to have curative powers, are widely known and until a few decades ago were the center of a thriving health resort. The county was formed in 1860 and named for Daniel Web- ster, famed orator and statesman. In Webster County and throughout West Virginia, the U. S. Brewers Foundation works' constantly to assnre the sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly condi- tions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves the best interests of the people, the FounJ:~tion stresses close cooperation with the Armed Forces, law enforce- raent and governing officials in it~ continuing "self- regldation" program. ies, seven and eight ),ears of age; gory on Thursday. Intermediates, nine, ten and elev en yars; Junior Itigh, twelve. thirteen and fourteen years; and Seniors, fifteen, sixteen and sev- enteen. Special notice is asked that this program will not be in effect until next year therefore eighth graders this year will not be affected. Any eighth graders interested in Round-up will still be eligible. County -Fa eau eeting Re-SchedulN ]:or Wednesday, April 5 The annual meeting of the Jef ferson County Farm Bureau has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 5th. The meeting and ban- quet will be held at the Bardane ~ommunity Center and will start promptly at 7:00 P. M. William Strock, Maryland Milk Producers Coperative will be the ,nain speaker and will discuss [arm organizations and their ef- fectiveness. Elmer Vickers, incoming presi- dent, is urging all members and :riends of Farm Bureau to at- end. Reservations can be made ~y calling 291-W, Charles Town r writing Box 109. The Harpers Ferry Band Boos- er's Club will serve the meal. I ~,IN3OA{IV ~w~wt /~O~q/I~/JJ~/tr' ~40 tayor Lance Appoints Committee of Council !o Supervise Police Ranson's Mayor Kelly Lance Jr. ~cently appointed a committee tom the Ranson Council to regul :te and supervise the on-duty act vities of the Ranson police de- ,artment which now is a two man lepartment. Mayor Lance said serving on this committee are: Councilmen ~reil Slusher, Richard Carper, -3dis James and May Jenkins. It, ~vill be the duty of this commit- ee to see that the Ranson police ~re performing their duties prop rly when they are on duty for ae town. Mayor Lance said that while )rimarly it is the responsibility .f the town's mayor to supervise he police department, he has not ~een able to do so as well as it ;houldbe done because of his em ployment in Hagerstown during :nest of the day. LL By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Henry McKee and daugh- :~r Karla Kay of Charles Town ~ccompanied by Mrs. McKee's me :her Mrsl Marshall McAboy shop ~ed in Winchester, Va. on Satur- day. That evening Mr. and Mrs. McAboy and their three sons Mar shall, Jr., David and Wayne were supper guests of the McKees. Mrs. Paul Mills Sr. returned to her home on Friday from the Charles Town General Hospital where she underwent minor sur- i " " e SOUTH Mrs. (;entry L. Muse and her 6---B daughter Mrs. Richard J~)hnson of Leesburg, Vs. and Mrs. Donald Frye of Charles Town were din- Charles Town visited her mother net guests Sunday of Mr. and and sister Mrs. Annie Pope and Miss Esther Pope Friday after- Mrs. Alton Muse and sons. [noon. Mrs. Ehner Wright and Mrs. Winerd Bowers visited Mr .and Visitors Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Norman Rider in Charles the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Town Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ri- Poacher and sons were Mr. and der who has been on the sick list~Mrs. Willie More and daughter of recently is somewhat improved. Harpers Ferry. Their evening vis Mrs. Bill Bowers and son Steph ' itors were Mr. and Mrs. William en of Charles Town spent Sunday Trail and sons of Bolivar. Mr. Paul q russell of Waynes- with her sister Miss Elie Ed" bore, Pa. was a weekend guest of wards. Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Elmer his brother Mr. Albert Trussell. Wright and Miss Dorothy Bowers Master Michael Simons of shopped in Winchester, Va. on Wednesday. Dinner Guests Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and sons were Miss Karla Kay McKee l of Charles Town, Mrs. Winerd Bowers and son Tommy of Hall: town. Visitors with the family in the afternon were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bean and Mr. Wilbur Dove of Fairfax, Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hostler and family of Alexandria, Vs. spent sever31 days last week with Mrs. Hostler's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs. Mrs. Donald Frye, Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Frank Simons and son Michael, rMs. William Hoak, Miss Dorothy Bowers and little Timothy Muse were visitors Sun- day afternoon with Mrs. Florence Pope at "Locust Grove" in Boli- var. Mrs. Pope has been quite in- disposed the past week. Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn Jr. of E. L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. i - " ;7"~ 3T GEORGE STREET RANSON, W. VA. Charles Town was an overnight guest Saturday of his grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak. Mrs. Martin Grimes and child- ren Marta and Debra visited Mrs. Grimes' mother Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. and family Sunday after THURSDAY, MARCH 30, noon. ,,J In Russia they have a every hotel room--only it you. DR. O. T. FOOT 'E Will Be In Chades AFTERNOON and From 1:00 to 7:00 107 South Charles Telephone 519-M EVERY FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1961 BEGINNING AT 7:00 O'CLOCK P. M. This is A Listing of some of the Merchandise For Sale This Week: 7 Piece Dining Room Suite, Washer Dryer Combi- nation, Refrigerators, Electric Roaster, Tools, 1951 Pontiac Automobile, and Other Various Articles will be consigned to this sale. For Information and Consignments Call CHARLES TOWN 7-R. . H. and R. COMMISSION AUCTION H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. March 30 - lt. .... TO .... IN RANSON, W. VA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 THRU APRIL 11 COMPLETE SHOWINGS M~ TR O . G O Z D W_////////TN O~ WINNER OF II ACADEMY including "BEST :!:i ii iii I CHARLTON HESTONTJACK HhYA HARAREET' STEPHEN BOYD HUGH GRIFFITH MARTHA SCOTL,, , CATHY 0DONNELL! ShM KiiE~fiiG. SAC~~ _ Make Your Plans NOW to Attend the ing of THE GREATEST MOVIE of Them "BEN HUR" at the Pitts Charles Theatre.in Ranson, April 12 Thru April @ @ To settle the estate of the late Cleveland H. Tumblln, I will seql the Following Personal Property, located 6 miles South of Charles Town, W. Va., at Rippon, W. Va., in Jefferson County, on SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. M/W Refrigerator, Allen Princess Range,Warm Morning Stove, 3 Piece Living Room Suite, 3 Piece Bedroom Suite, Organ and Stool, Desk, Sewing Machine, 3 Rocking Chairs, Odd Chairs, Wardrobe, Library Table, 3 Tables, Table and 7 Chairs, 2 Staaxtds, 2 End Tables, Sewing Cabinet, 2 China Closets, Sideboard, Magazine Rack, Lamps, Iron Bed, Radio, 2 Clocks, Scatter Rugs, Pictures, 2 Dressers, Washstand, Gun Rack, Trunks, Dishes, Canned Fruit, Potatoes, Scalding Tank, Digging Iron, Grindstone, Chicken Brooder, Corn Sheller, Cle- vis Bench, Vise, Scythe, Steeq Traps, Meat Saw/3 Hand Saws, Hammer, 3 Planes, Ax, 3 Strasburg Crocks, 1, 2 and 5-gallon Stone Jars; and Other Articles too numerous to mention. 28 HIVES OF BEES. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to b~ removed until settled for. N. CLARK FURR, Administrator OF THE CLEVELAND H. TUMBLIN ESTATE W. D. ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer. I~. E. MORELAND, Clerk. 1~rch 30'- 1. Sure. Top Quality Seed sometimes costs ! little more than ordinary seed. l Iaybe penny or two more per acre out of dollar of annual production cost. But Top Quality Seed gives you 10% more greater yields than ordinary seed, conservative agronomists. Down go your production costs per acre, up go your profits. IT COSTS LESS SOUTHERN CHARLES TOWN PHONE 443 STATES COOPERATIVE RANSON, W. VA. /