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Auxiliary, "n Wars Install New Announce Engagement Miss Genevieve McKee To Mr. M. L. Gochenour Installation of newly elected of- ficers featured a joint meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 3522 of Charles Town and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Post held Tuesday night, April 11 at the Post Home and the above picture shows the principal fig. ures in the Auxiliary installation which was presided over by Mrs. :Jack Pierce of Martinsburg, De- partment Junior Vice-President. Picture (left to right) Front row: Mrs. Edward Jones, Junior vice- president; Mrs. M. D. Wiley, Sen- ior vice.president; Mrs. David Breeden, Martinsburg, installing conductress; Mrs. James Nicely, president; Mrs. Jack Pierce, in- stalling officer; Mrs. Shirley Writt, district president and his- torian; and Mrs. Daniel Small- wood, color bearer. Second row (standing) Kenneth Anders, House Committee; Leighton Wel- sh, senior vice-commander; Mrs. Leon Bell secretary; Mrs. Char- les Dodson, conductress; Mrs. Frank Dorsey, past-president; Mrs. Joyce Johnson, chaplain; Mrs. Edward Spinlcs, past instruc tress; Daniel Smallwood, com- mander. Back row (left to right)- [A. Cain, surgeon; Mrs. Kenneth i Anders, treasurer; William Whit- tington, past commander; G. Gray chaplain; Jack Currie, Quarter- master; L. Trusseli, adjutant; Harold Welker, installing officer; M. D. Wiley, Junior vice comman der; Roy Jett, guard and Horace Hill officer of the day. Pre Mrs. James E. Watson, Jr. was el Talks" by Mrs. F. L. Bushong, re-elected president of the Wom-'Miss Louise Briscoe and, Mrs. J: an's Club of Charles Town on H. Morris. Mrs. Morris showed Tuesday, April 18 .at the Club :colored slides of the Passion Play Home. Other officers elected in- (:lude: First Vice president, Mrs. J. Emory Kable; Second Vice President, Mrs. H. M. Evans; Re- cording Secretary, Mrs Marvin Edwards; Corresponding Secre- tary, Mrs. Frank Humston; Treas urer, Mrs. Norman Corbin; Parlia mentarians, Mrs. F. L. Bushong and Mrs. S. H. Stone. The program consisted of "Trav of Oberammergau, narrating and explaining that the play is given May to September. Mrs. Bushong talked on her recent trip tb ire- land, touching on many places of interest including the experience of Kissing the Blarney Stone. Miss Briscoe spoke of the charm ing city of Vienna, the drabness of Jugo Slavia and fabulous Par- its. In commenting on Italy, Miss Briscoe said one is impressed by "Venitian glass, Roman ruins and Miss Lynda Nerhood and orientation of in-service vol unteer work and that Wednes- day, April 26 at 1:30 p. m. is the ~omes Br!de Mr. Hyler .date set for the course. I It is hoped that interested per- [sons will avail them selves of the In Chesterfield. S.C. [opportunity of taking this intro- [ duction to the hospital and to the work of the volunteer so that a schedule may be worked out. At present, hours of Service will be 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Monday throu gh Friday with a possible sched- ule to be planned for Saturday. Persons wishing to know more of the program may contact Mrs. H. H. Hunter, chairman Volun- teer Service Committee phone 738. Ten Cases Are FROM PAGE ONE cover damage for loss of his MISS GENEVIEVE McKEE Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. McKee Kearneysville, Middleway Pike are announcing the engagement of their daughter Genevieve Day is to Mr. Meadie L. Gochenour, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gochen- our of Bedington. Miss McKee is a graduate of Shepherdstown High School and is employed with i the Charles Town General Hos- :pital as secretary in the Labora- "CADILLAC CLUB" DANCE TO MUSIC OF THE Four Kings Orchestra Saturday Night NO ADMISSION. April 20-1t.-pd. .] A TTENTION ! If you are Building or Re- modeling I Can Really Save You Money ON YOUR PLUMBING AND HEATING WORK. Shop Around for Prices and Then Get My Price. For the Best for Less spaghetti". Opportunity for wor- ld culture for many of "our own" club members was noted with pride to which Miss Briscoe com- mented: "Europe was wonderful to see, but to behold the sun corn ing up over the mountains in Jef ferson County was the best sight of all". All three ladies delighted their audience. Reports by delegates attending the West Virginia State Conven- tion of Federated Women's Clubs at the Greenbriar, White Sulphur in March were given by the fol- lowing: Mesdames Raleigh Shaf- fer, Sterling Tenney, John Skin- ner, F. L. Bushong, James Watson and Miss Catharine Childs. All expressed enthusiasm saying great benefit in Woman's Club work was reaped by the experien- ce. Mrs. O. S. Bloom reported on MRS. JOHN R. HYLER, IlI Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Nerhood of South Samuel Street announ- ce the marriage of their daugh- ter, Lynda Jeanne to John Robert Hyler III, ~on of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hyler Jr. of Danville, Va. The wedding took place during the Easter vacation in St. Paul',' Methodist Church in Chesterfield S. C. Mr Hyler is a junior at Rat dolph Macon, while Mrs. Hyler is a sophomore at Shepherd. Mrs. H. G. Heflebower, Jr. the Cancer Crusade expressing gratification in the response to First Member Volunteer date. Much planning took place for Hospital Service Group the Cleamup Fixup Campaign and Parade which will be Monday May 22 7 to 9 P. M. Mrs H H. Hunter, chairman for the cam- tory. Miss McKee is very active in 4-K Club work in 3`efferson Coun ty. Mr. Gochenoux is a graduate of i Martinsburg High School. He ser- ved four years with the Navy. He is presently employed with Vic- tor Products in Hagerstown, Md. person convicted of same shall be fined not more than $100 or sentenced to 10 days in jail Pay Conrad Will Speak house when a trailer of the defen dant's left the highway near Rip-To Yokefellows Sunday pon about two years ago and a crashed into it. I Announcement has been made Final jury trial of the Term is that Ray Conrad, Cashier of the set for May 11 when the case of Peoples Bank in Charles Town, Victor Products vs Dixie Narco will be tried. The plaintiff clain~s the defendant is unlawfully with- holding certain property from the plaintiff. Court will adjourn here May 15. / Jefferson FROM PAGE I---A atedj for consideration. All will be present at the dinner, awaiting announcement of the winner. The winner, according to, the awards committee chairman, Rob ert Stone, will /'eceive. a plaque, prizes of use on the farm and also a chance to win the State finals which would send him and his wife on an all expense trip to the State Convention, to be held in Martinsburg. COUNCIL FROM PAGE ONE Allara have been looking for a will be the speaker this Sunday morning for members and guests of the Yokefellows Bible Class of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. Convening promptly at ~:45' a. m. the,class extends a cor dial invitationto all men of the town who are not attending Sun- day School to meet with them and hear Mr. Conrad explain the lesson All Yokefellows are re- quested to make a special effort to be present Sunday morning. Z t The Red Cross Bloodmobile unit had it's most profitable visit to Charles Town in some time last Thursday with a total of 143 re- presenting themselves to donate blood and a total of 131 pints act ually being receivea. Call--- ,paign explained that the Bell new site for use as a city dump. The Citizen's Fire Company B....... Ringer Campaign for Mental t A committee from the Peoples Who :sponsOred the visit of the 1Lla Li_/~_J[~l~ Health is a nationwide effort to Bank of Charles Town once again Bloodmobile unit to Charles Town raise funds to carry on the fight appeared before Council in the this time, proved to be the largest 211 North Mildred Street against mental illness, the num- l interest of having use of an alley donors from any organization l"n ~A~r~ TOx~"N XV VA. ber one health problem. }way between the Market House dustry or business. The firemen ....... "~ ...... ' "" An invitation was extended to i Building and the bank building came through with a total of 21 PHONE 62-R the club to attend the coronat- as a drive way foffa drive in win- pints of blood, ion of Queen Bonnie Bell May I dow to be located on the east side ............. " " .... .... The ~mzen s ~lremen not only Over 20 Years Experience. the 18th. The Bonnie Bell popul- [of me ~anK The proposal mane "" " .... bank to promoted the blood program to .~ ~, ~arity contest is a Mental Health i by the Dank caus tor me t " .... the fullest hm hme, but they also asy zerms, [project of the Jr. Woman's Club, I defray the costs of all facmuesh__ad _beLt 'r _.refi ..... h~n us~..'m =~-- ~,e,~- uu~^ i I lll I for]ittle girls 2 to 6 years of age. [ t that must be installed to make ._ ....... natlu~L ~:m~s. i the alleyway usable as an entran-, R~D Cro~ nffloial ~id ~ha~a . "[were a total of 26 first time giv- u ,,~"-~"~ [ ce to the bank drwe" in window, ............................. .NE HOUSE RESTAUI NT ][ and alsoto pay thetownloranyl THE Taw " ers and 75 directed donations loss in parking meter revenue One ner~nn W C RHtt~ ron~'~ he remov ---- "- ...... " .......... ' -~'~'~" i] which would come with t _=_ " -- . . . . enting the Standard Lime and I HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. able ot a parging meter now inca- Cement Cnmnanv hooam. * rn~,'n ..... ould .............. r---. ................ I ] ted wnere me emranceway w " 1 . ' ber.of the Red Cross three gallon LUNCH AND DINNER SERVED DAILY .~ be. Club with a donation last Thurs- , . ~ .. day. Four 'persons- Kenneth Felt 10:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P.M. t~[MRS. H. G. HEFLEBOWER, JR. ~Council agreed to rent the 10 strip of land locatea oetween the ner nf Pntnmao Liaht and P~v,~r. .~] Mrs. H. G. Heflebower Jr. pic .............. two tmzmmgs ~o me t'eopms uanK .................. .............. OTT~TT~aV l~TlrC~IJrl0 DTT~WI~LnrI~ ...) fig ~ tured above was the first volun- John Cheshire, Powhatan Brass at a prme of $75 per month on a i3Ul~ IJZ~k ]t i~ ~t~O~il~t x~x" x" x~x- ,~-~,.t~ ~ I teer for Dro~ram of volunteer hos ' . and Iron Works; W. Paul Cain, .~ - ~ one year trsal basis ~ t~a,~r~ ~ 'Pi~.I'.P.Pl~ft~I~. ~]pital service for patients at Char " " " Valley Board Corporation; and Presents Plans .. Ephraim Day, City Police Depart- =~ ~ I les Town' Hospital. E L McDonald, J'r an nine me ][ TUESDAY 3351 .~] The impelling force that moil-ml" "of "the Charles" Town-" lnaep" .'" nt, became members of the " two gallon club; and four other ...................... ~lvates volunteer service is an a- endent Fire Company presented n nsJovce Valeria nf l-lvman =~, ~ : : ~ : = : _-____-_-_-_ , - ...~ ..... erso__-__y ............. ~..._.. ,-~ I biding love for fellowman and a . . . Viener & Son, William Shorts of II I I I] I I1 I plans annspecmcauons on me desire to contribute something of ' h ostoffice; Ernest Houser, of one story add~tmn whmh the hre t e P ourselves for others. This service company proposes to construct Charles Town Independent Fire is founded through the inspired activity of an individual or a small group of individuals inter- ested in hospital work. Through the request of the Board of Managers and Mrs. Lita~ E. Soccino, Administrator, and through, the efforts of the Wom- an's Auxiliary as sponsoring agen cy, this service will begin May 1: Mrs. Heflebower, the former El si.e Mac Cummings of Oak Hill, W. Va. is outstanding in her .work with Civic, Church and Youth groups. She is president of Jefferson Farm Women's Coun- cil; 4-H Club leader for 23 years; last year served as West Virginia representative at the Annual meeting of the American Country Life Association, Washington, D. C. and has been active in Red Cross, Cancer, Polio and Mental Health Work. Mrs. Heflebower is a graduate of Kingston High School, ~King- ston, W. Va. and she also attend- ed W. Va. University, Morgan- town. Mr. and Mrs. Heflebower and two children Patricia Ann and James are residents of Rip- pon. Mrs. Soccino, in commenting on the use of volunteers as an in novation in Charles Town hospit al stated that such thought and planning is given to the training on the northern side of the fire hall. The new addition will be lo- cated in the areaway now exist- ing between the Fire Hall and St. Margaret's Building. Council referred the plans to the City Engineer for study and will await action on the matter until a report and recommendat- ion is received from the engin- eer. Mrs. Louise Langdon, owner of the St. Margaret's Building, ap- peared before Council in the in- terest of gaining information on the proposed addition to the fire hall and to determine what effect if any, it will have on her build- ing. Council passed an ordinance a- mending Chapter i7, Article 1, of the City Code which deals with cars being~left parked on Charles Town streets with the ignition keys still in them. The new ordinance prohibits car drivers, or those in charge of cars~ from leaving their car un- attended on the town's streets of highways without first stopping the engine, locking the ignition and removing the key and setting the brakes properly. The ordinance states that it shall be a misdemeanor offense for any person to violate the pro- visions of this ordinance and any Company; and Dean Hockensmith of the County State Road Com- mission, became members of the one gallon club. The $25 bond contributed by the Citizen's Fire Company to help promote the visit of the bloodmobile unit to Charles Town went, to Miss Carolyn Martin of the E. E. Fairchild Company Rev. and Mrs. Brown Olson of Dagus Mines, Pa. who were on their @ay to Springfield, Va. to attend a 4 day conference of Aug usta Synod of Lutheran Church es were luncheon guests Tuesday, of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cash. Mrs. Cash was one of the bridesmaids at the Olsons wedding 30 years ago in Williamsport, Pa. Mr. and Mrs: George W. Flem- ing Jr. and son and daughter-in- law, Mr, and Mrs. Gary Fleming of Martinsburg and Miss Paige Shoemaker were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming. Mrs. A. D: Peters and children Ginny Sue and Jimmy Parker PAUL AND DICK REITER WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. / TELEVISION R.C.A. VICTOR RANGES TELEVISION REFRIGERATORS RADIOS " AND ALL STEREO- HOUSEHOLD PHONOGRAPHS APPLIANCES We Are Equipped to Service Your Color T.V. If You Do Not Have COLOR, We 'Can Take 'Care of That Too! Stop In and See Your Favorite Shows in / have been visiHng fnr ~wo week~ ~ with Mrs. Peter's parents Mr. and Mrs. ,James D. Reese in Milton, W. Va. I Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alfriend and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Glov cr all of South Samuel Street spent the past weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Thomson at their home in McLean, Va. Dr. and Mrs. John L. Van Met- re of South George Street are spending ten days in Miami, Flor ida where Dr. Van Metre is at- lending a medical meeting. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Nelson of South Samuel Street are visiting their daughter Mrs. William Greg )ry at her home in Petersburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. Blackwell Davis of South Samuel Street, Mr. and "rlrS. C. Manning Smith of The Orchards and Mr. and Mrs. Boul din Caperton of Culpeper, Va. spent several days during the past week in Greensboro, N. C. attending a Gold Tournament. Mrs. Fred Weller, Mrs. C. Man ning Smith, Mrs. Jack Getzendan ner, Mrs. Clarence Hobart, Mrs~ Frank Corregan, Mrs. John S. A1- friend, Miss Katherine Childs Mrs. Paul Fleagle, Mrs.'E L. Mc Donald, Mrs. Joseph Christian and Mrs. Creighton Tabb repines- ented Zion Church at the Spring Meting of the Eastern Convocat- ion of the Episcopal Church which was held in The Church ofii i'he Holy Spirit at Summit Point last week. Mrs. Melvin T. Strider of South Mildred Street is visiting her son SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON YARneRS 6--A THURSDAY, APRIL Howard Bush Family Recognized For Faithful Attendance At Sunday School The above picture shows Mr. Howard O. Bush nineteen year bar Faithfu~l Attendance Award, while his receives his thirteenth bar and his daughter Sue Ellen ninth bar. Mr. John E. Demory (left) Church School dent is presenting the awards on Easter Sunday in the Methodist Church where the Bush family attend. and friends called to see her dur- Town and Mrs. June ing the day. Her children who tinsburg. could not be present called her Sunday dinner n-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. on the telephone. She received and Mrs. Clay Sn Bartlet Hazen and family in Nas- lots or' presents, cards and flow- Point were Mr. hun, l~ew Hampshire. , ers. She was presented with two Winkler and family of Mr. Donald Ciem, Winchester, angel .food cakes baked by her Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Va. visited Mrs. Ann Clem, Becky daughters, Mrs. Henry Snyder have 'returned to their and Gary Clem, Ranson on.Sun- and Mrs. Charles Unselcl. This ter spending one day morning, was topped off with ice cream, their grandson, GarY Miss Louise Easterday and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Writt v~sited her ford and family in They were also guests Esther Merchant of Baltimore daughter last week in the Hun- Mrs. Cliford Thorn were wekend guests of the Paul tington tIospital. She is doing nmch better and her condition Mrs. Clyde Chancey, Its very much improvea. Visitors Sunday w: Mr and Mrs Howard Shreck ers and Wilson, Rose ] - . . Leetown were Mr. and and Mrs. Charles Peer wmted shall Wilson, Jr. near their aunt Mrs. Fannie Janney and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer, Easterdays. Mr. and Mrs. Rutlinger have returned to their home in Wash- ington after spending several days in Silver Spring, Md. Mr. and Mrs. George Nicely of Richmond, Va. spent the weekend with Mrs. Thomas Shull and dan ghter Mrs. Ruth Viands. Mrs. C. 3". Knott celebrated her 99th birthday last week. Guests of the home and her children who is in the Hagerstown Hos- Md. Mrs. June pital with a broken leg. burg, Mr. and Mrs. ! Sunday llight visitors with Mr. and daughter Daisy and Mrs. Howard Ashwood, Ran- Mrs. Buddy Wilson s~n were Mr. Fred Lloyd, Cherry of Berryville, Va. On Lloyd and Miss Gift of BakertontMrs. Howard Miss Linda Bradley, CharlesIspent the day with Charles Town Phone 399 It's Apple Blossom Time and Time " For ROSEN'S ANNUAL S P R IN-G DRESS EVENT. Loads and Loads of Lovely New Styles in Dressy and Sport Models in Sizes to Fit Practi- cally Everyone. 7 to i5--10 to 20 14 to 24--46, to 52 TO '\ REMEMBER 9 MOTHER S DAY SUNDAY, 0 P E N MAY 14th. BOTH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NIGHTS TILL LOVELY FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. STREET COTTONS AT ONLY - i.