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To Volt • Hospital Ha: Been Good Response to the move to organ [/pital administrator reported this ize a program of w)lunteer servi-.~week.I ces for Charles Town General And contrary to the impression Hospital which was initiated lasl that has been created that the or- week by the Womens Auxiliary of ganizations is ()pen to only mere- the lIospital, has been very grat- hers of the Women's Auxiliary, ifying and it now appears that Mrs. Soccina stated, it is open to~ such an organization may soon be anyone who is interested in doing come a reality, Mrs. Soccino, hos- hospital work, irregardless of whe Now- ,are PORTABLE MODELS Are just as efficient as built-ins and there is no installation cost. CONVERTIBLE MODELS Are portable now- May be built-in later. BUILT-IN MODELS " Enhance the beauty of any kitchen -- require only 24 inc les of space. I YOU'LL BE GIVING MOTHER MORE TIME TO BE WITH THE FAMILY (AND SAVING OLD DAD FROM A: IY CHORE, TO0) See The Automatic Dishwashers NOW AT YOUR NEAREST ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALERS AND thor she belongs fo the Auxiliary erica (2,477,012 membor.~), is plan Mrs. Calvin Nieodemus's home: or any other organizalion, or an :ning 1o merge wilh the Augus- Clean-up clays at lhe Community individual in search of taking tana Evangelical Lutheran Chur- Center was announced for April part in a community service, ch (605,380), the American Evan 14-15 and 1he club voted to buy It: is a volunteer service and gelical I.utheran Church (23,952) a sink for the Community Center those who join will be serving the hospital without salary. Inlerested persons are asked to contact Mrs. lt. H. Hunter, chair man of the Volunleer Service Committee by phoning 73~. THE POTOMAC LIGHT POWER CO. 60 Girls Participated In Panhandle Regional 4-H Clothing School The Eastern Panhandle Region al 4-I~ Clothing School was held on Saturday, April 8 at Bardane Community Center in Jefferson County from 10 a. m.-3 p. m. There were 60 girls and leader's from the thre counties. Miss Mildred Fizer, State 4-It Girls' Club Agent and Miss Ruth Knoch, Extension Clothing Spec- ialist of West Virginia University were the instructors for the day. The school closed with a style revue of 1960 winning costumes modeled by Jackie Hughes, State Style Revue winner in 1960, Jane Ikenberry, Linda McKee, Patti Kave and Marion Merchant of Jefferson County; Rebecca Rock- ,well, Paula ~labaugh and Judy Myers of Morgan County; and Jane Kogelchatz, Marjorie Folk, Carolyn Branham, Marguerite Sol enberger and Rebecca Jo Riner of Berkeley County. Song leaders for the day were Patti Kave, Jane Ikenberry, Joy- ee Lewis, Donna Collis and Mona Lea Mechem. Miss Fizer used slides of the 1960 State Style Revue as a bas is for costume for the individual and to illustrate ways of using accessories. Miss Knoch used many exam- ples of todays fashionable mater- ials and other articles ~of sewing and pressing to ilustrate her corn ments. Important points: Buy pat- tern the correct size; plaids must always match; skirts are fuller because they are shorter; waist- lines vary; many woven linings were shown including a roll of" gauge, organd:~, broadcloth and taffeta; and good pressing equip- ment and its use are essential to good dress making. The group brought a sack lun- ch which all enjoyed with cof- fee and iced tea provided by Jef ferson County 4-H Leaders. Mor- gan County leaders made pro- gram for the day. March Was Busy Month For Girl Scout Troop 45 Girl Scout Troop No. 45 of Charles Town and their leaders Mrs: Edward Lloyd and as- sistant leader Mrs. Lee Brown had a busy month. On"March 1 and 8 they met at Baptist Church for their weekly meetings. On March 12 they attended 11 o'clock service in body for 'Girl Scouts 49th birthday. Than at 2:30 at ,Tun ior High School for Jewett Low Tea were each girl had a part; a Camp Scene was their part using the new camp name at Glengary (Pine Ridge). Angle Lloyd had a sketch which she read of bed roll, cook- 104 E. Washington St, Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE ing and first aid. , On Wednesday March 15 at 3:45 D. m. they met at Baptist Church At the Farm located 2 miles West of Caflett, Va., on Route in their regular room. Opening 605 or 2 miles North of Calverton, Va., on Route 603. Fol- with pledge, the Girl Scout Song low Signs to Sale, ,. and business session. Mrs. Lloyd presented each girl with badges APRIL 22, 1961 which had been completed. Games were played Debbie Baum BEGINNING AT 10:00 A.M. gardner treated each one after a song the meeting adjourned. 70 HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE 70 Girls wore their uniform to school each day that week. On March 18 the troop was invited 48 Milking Cows to the Seventh Day Adventist 6 Springers Church at 9:30 for a special meet ing with speaker professor Les- ter Harris; professor of Biology at WashingtOn~ Missionary Col- lege Takoma College, Md. A most interesting subject was discussed on nature of animals and plants having his work with him to show which was full fill- ing the Bible. He showed each one how God wanted us to live giving scriptures. It was enjoyed by each one. On March 25 the !troop attended a skating party at Berryville Rink from 2 to 4:30 for all scouts and Brownies with a good attendance. On March 29 a Easter party was given by Mrs. Lee Brown at her home on West Washington Street for the troop. Helping the scouts enjoy the soc ial hour were neighborhood chair man Mrs. William Roth; program chairman Mrs. Mansell Evans; troop committee member Mrs. Richard Snyder with 100% pres- ent attending. The scouts also brought clothes and food for box es fixed for the Woodward fam- ily whose home was destroyed by fire on March 10. I tMerger Of Four National Lutheran and the Finnish Evangelical Lu- theran Church (36,264). T~astors anti laymen will I)e voting on doc uments establishing a I,utheran Church in America, which would have 3,150,000 memhers. If the merger is approved, the l,utheran Church in America will be con- stituted in ,June, 1962. The Reverend ,l. l,ulher Maun as their project. May 4 meeting will be a 7:30 EST at Mrs. J'oseph Cepelka's res idence, JeffersOn Avenue. Following recreation, refresh- ments were served by Mesdames Spears and Raymond Myers. Laborites quarrel among selves over Polaris base. Citizens Auxiliary Has Business Meeting The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Citizen's Fire Company held their monthly meeting Tuesday night, April 4 at 7:45 at the fire hall. The meeting was opened, with scripture the 28th chapter of Ma- tthew with Prayer and a Salute to the flag. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARM RS ADVO( A 6--B THURSDAY, APRIL 20, of lhe previous meeting and a up drive. treasurer's report were apl)roved Hostess, Mrs. Ellen and reports were made on the Mrs. Dorothy Good served various projects which the organ !ious refreshments of punch,' I ization has staged recently and ms, coffee, nuts and candY. projects which they have plan- meeting will be on Tuesday ned. 2 at 7:45. GO TO CIIURCR ey, D. D. synod president preach- ed at the Communion Service April 11 at 7:30 p. m. I)r. Donald L. ttouser gave the presentat- ion of the work of the United Lu theran Church. A foreign miss- ions panel on Japan was given. A luncheon trip to the National Lutheran Home for the Aged in Washingtnn, 1). C. is scheduled lot Thursday. The Lutheran congregations, represented from this area in the Virginia Synod are: St. James, Uv illa; St. John's, Harpers Ferry; St. Paul's, Neersville, Va.; St. Pefer's, Shepherdstown; and St. Thomas, Ranson. 2 Bred Heifers and Following the roll call, minutes The Auxiliary agreed to help the .lefferson County .Junior [Chamber of Commerce in the for lhcoming Cleanup-Fix up-Paint ~dvertlse In The Rippon Farm Women Meet With Mrs. Spears Advertise, then treat them nice 1 ly; encourage our local residents to study more local history, were two points brought out by Miss Pauline Heflebower in the lesson, "Let's Extend West Virginia's • Hospitality", for the Rippon Farm Woman's Club Thursday at Mrs. Herman Spears home, Charles Town. ~ I Following devotions by Mrs. , / Paul Chapman, a guest, Mrs. M. | Nichols was introduced. A new member was enrolled, Mrs. Ray ~ e Conrad. A lamp workshop is being con- f dueted Tuesday morning at 9 a~ ~ DR. O. T. REITER 11951 International Truck with 14' bed and sides l Deere .Engine Forage Harvester with FOOT SPECIALIST 954 International Pickup Truck Corn Head Will Be In Chades Town Ferguson rear mount 7' mower AFTERNOON and NIGHT Ferguson rear mount saw From 1:00 to 7:00 P. M. J Deere pull type 14" 2 bottom plow on rubber 6' disk harrow AC PTO hay rake and redder IHC No. 2 Hay Conditioner Farmall No. 240 Tractor 107 South Charles Street Telephone 519-M EVERY THURSDAY No. 30 IHC Manure Spreader with new tires No. 46 IHC Hay Baler, PTO UF. 1 Dirt Scoop, fast hitch Ne. 257 Cultivator for IHC Utiflty Tractor, demonstrated once IHC 28' elevator on rubber, less motor Livestock squeeze chute, wood, on wheels IHC heavy duty field cult. and subsoiler No. 62 IHC Combine with engine McCormick Milker NH Bale Throwner for small balers IHC No. 8 2 bottom plow on steel 24' grain elevator on rubber, less motor Snowco Baled Hay Loader Piper front mount post hole digger 12" NH Universiai Mount Mower Ford Baler with Engine 3 pt. hitch Disk Plow Freeman Loader for C, Sup C Cub 2 Way Plow Cub 2 Way Plow C fast h!tch 1 bottom plow Combination mower and hay crusher Cub Otter bar mower .auger for H or M Cultivator for C, Sup C. Front Mount Mower for C, Sup C Super C Tractor 2 Horse 2 wheel trailer 10' rod weeder-. 8' rod weeder: H or M 7' mower, mounted Livestock Sprayer on 2 wheel trailer, ,e,r BHT[ Front mount mower, mcomplete less cutter all metal with motor BEVnttn°rtrAGAINlUUlibrLr Bearcatbar 14" Hammermill Livestock Squeeze Chute, Metal i~¸ , Artificial Breeding Accredited 14 Open Heifers 6 Heifer Calves Calfhood Vaccinated Herd Certified DAIRY EQUIPMENT 400 Gallon Sunset Tank; 4 Surge Milking Units; Surge Vacuum Pump; Complete Line of Dairy Equipment. FARM MACHINERY TWO B-275 INTERNATIONAL DIESEL TRACTORS; TD6 INTERNATIONAL BULLDOZER; DC Case Tractor; New Hol- land 67 Baler, PrO; New Holland Side Delivery Rake; New Holland Mow Conveyor, 36-ft.; Elevator, 50-ft., for hay and grain; New Idea Manure Spreader, PTO; New Idea Trailer Mower; Allts-Cha~mers Combine; International Disc Harrow; International 3-Bottom Plow, 3-point hitch; Dearorn Drill; Cultivator, 3-point hitch; Bt~sh Hog; 2 Wagons on rubber; Concrete Mixer; Ford Flexo-Hltch Disc; 50 Cresote Poles; Wheelbarrow, Silage Carts, 2 Cow Clippers, Cyclone Tractor Seeder, Power Corn Sheller, Side Dresser, Forney Arc Welder, Many Articles too numerous to mention, t HARRY L. HOFF, Owner ST. STEPHENS FARM CATLETT, VA. TERMS :---CASH. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT April 20 - lt. Churches Before Synod Action on the merger of four national Lutheran Church bodies was taken last week before the representatives of the Lutheran Synod of Virginia's 188 congreg- ations during the annual meeting yar. Synod meeting was Re- surrection Lutheran Church, Ar- lington, Va. on April 11-13. The Synod's parent body, the United Lutheran Church in Am- SOVEREIGN With tffe SONOTONE Super A Tractor with highway mower LL Coal and Kerosene Stoves and:pipe Shop Tools, Metal Bench, Impapct Paint Sprayer, Spark Plug Tester- Cleaner, Paint Curtains, Etc. ! 2 Air Conditioners Parts Bin and Steel Shelving Veterinary Supplies Miscellaneous Farm Hardware, new New and Used Electric Motors 1" Irrigation Pipe, coupled with fiflings Sundry Office Equipment Numerous Other Items not mentioned, 24' feed auger with truck and motor mount, 6" diam. 50T IHC hay baler with engine C Tractor Meyer Hay Conditioner 13 x 7 McCormick Grain Drill with low rubber wheels Ford Ferguson Industrial Loader with material bucket and manure fork NH No. 77 Baler with engine AC PTO Hay Rake and Tedder 3 pt. hitch Ford Ferguson 2 Bottom Plow TERMS:--CASH. All items to be settled for before removal. All items will be sold to the highest bidder. Luncheon will be available on the premises. W. D. ORNDORFF, t I 404 Our First Eyeglass Hearing Aid withall these better hearing benefits: • Natural Telephone Listening • Normal Listening Zones • Cold Weather Power' • Automatic Volume Control • Straight Line Sound Conduction • Binaural "Stereo" Hearing • Contour Comfort • Color Choice • New Clarity If you could not wear any eye- glass hearing aid before, the power- ful, all-new Song- tone "Sovereign" may solve your hearing problem. 22HD, 1961--10:00 A. M. rSONOTONE of H agerstown ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3- 3242 or Charles Town 825