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k Hospital in Ih'ooklyn i,m,,uv,p,, , .uirlIlitll t.omlIlllie! /o 'rnll SDAV, o ,.olStudy Youth Conservat'on Corps B'il t ....... ] [ed to be the ku'ge~t bu.ine~s l~ub- { .~~ ter, anno,mced today that there] Senator Jennin s R~'--'----'~ " ]tication in the nation ~K_g*'--"-"---'---- ~ is a critical need for registered I g. naoipn i could be o, special benefit to .job-] The current S ~ TZ ~,~,,~. ;, [ ~ nurses at the Veterans Adminis-itD_W. Va.) has been appointed less young men in the coal min-| d cates the increa'~'~" ~,~.~,~;ua~,~ ~ tration Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. .... ~ .................... chmrman of a ...... special sub-commit mg areas of West Vlr tnia u~e.. of S & tt G'ze' ~e~: Stamp:.~ q=we,,-" [ ~ ~'~l~.Jl The Central Office of the Veterans [tee of the Senate Committee on [ [ t" tllree railli~n A .............. [ ~1~, ,,~a|~ Administration, Washington, D ILabor and Public Welfare anal /now se,'ve S '1 m C., has requested that this into,'- lauth6rized to conduct hearings on I Maw q 9. 14 raa. / ...... I I matio~ be publicized locally in an ]a pending Youth Conservation [ I1~,~ J. fl II, ~ll/~ll [ ~ ] ~Il ~ effort to alleviate this situation. [Corps bill, recently introduced in] ..... | When advertising something toI ~[i-flY" r~'I~ All interested applicants should Ithe Senate by Senator Hubert] St~[~lI C~t~[o~1 HOW |sell never bot, her to tell the cus-[ ll ~ l'~. ]~l contact the Personnel Office or iHumphrey' with Randolph and[ ~ ~ " [tomer how good you are-tell him[ l~][I ~l.~ 1.A~.~ the office of the Chief, Nursing ISenator Robert C. Byrd as co-[ _ a ..... ]wha.t your product will do lor him. [ ~lll ~ m" ~, Service at the local Center. Ispnsrs ]vA adable M cme The ball proposes the creatmn of NO IIUNTING Nn TRE~PA~:~: inn agency similar to..}he C~whan [ The Acme Markets today an-lING SIGNS For Sale at the office [ li~ ~ tyon=~,ervatmn uomnut~ee o, ~ne[nounced distribt~tioas here of the[ofthefipiritofJefferson-Advoeate[ll~t~..: ~ l~u's ano woum prov]oe ior ~ne ' " on N rth Ge r r s ,~.~;St.~,~,~.~* ~,,f ~r.nnnn ....... ;.~a [new S & H Green Stamp Catalog.[ o .o ge St eet, Charle. ] ~ My Miss Margaret Houser " LY .......~"~.~.'"~ IThis i~sue is more than a catalog [Town. Buy your needs today I ~'~i~k~?~t~,~l I'lff~IFJ2 :~uvnst:e~tWheeen,~.oeage~ ~r~graan~. [ It is a handbook of interior decor "-| Oct. 2-tf." ..... nc " [ ~~ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen and . . g des y .uch world renown- They would be paid approximately , . . ed designers as WHham Pahlmann daughter of Charles Town were $78 a month :n addition to food Doroth Dra er ....... C~....... oa ~[:*_ ...,. A Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and clothing They would workI ..y p , Memme l~-anane.| c~r~T~r~c~'s.r ..*r~xc~ I ~tV(2 ;~.~O Oil n,.;~ci, ~n, ~n *~ ,~,,,~' .... ~.o [Guy r~oop, Ellen Lehman McClus- ]~II~-~|~)IN ][~l~ [ Strdther Morrison and son. ~. .... ~,~.,~ .............. ~ ..... ke M r E Mr. Albert Eaton who was a in reforestration projects, tst~Yr, a y .Dunn and James Am[ ] B 0 W E R S patient in t'he Charles Town HospiSenator Randolph said heairings | The catalog, lists twice the num /,, ~, .... [ t~s~ ~ ~a~..~ I" tal has returned home. will be held on May 11 and May [be," of items as in previous years. | iv|any >, yles At / WALL I'AI'I:K ,) Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cole, Chryl 12 in Washington. Senator Ran- [More than 1,000 Items of merehan [ I ' Emmertand tMickeYandStamataS,Mrs. 'w.MrS'S. GearyG" W. dolph is also a member of the [disc are shown, including an all [ [ CHARLES T uzN W, ~d Subcommittee on Juvenile Delin- electric kitchen six pa~terns of TOWN AND CO : .... '. ............ ~ ~'-" ......... x ~ ...... wereand Mrs.SUndaYEdgareVeningMillsgUeStSandfdau-Mr" quency, a factor which" has in-|sterling[ silver and .... 59 decorator|| . LNTRY [/ 411 ghters and Mrs. Anna Mary Het- fluenced his interes~ in this legis- [items, all new. [ C L 0 T H I E R S ] ............. zel and Eddie Lee Cole and friend lation, [ The catalog has 84 pages, 60 per [ [ April 23 and MaY 7 ": If valuables are left behind, of Martinsburg also visited at the Such a measure,if enacted, cent more pages than in any prey- ~~' Mills home on Sunday. Don't travel with them on your mind: Mrs. A. R. Thompson who spends Inside a safe deposit box (Inside our vault with special locks) They'll be well guarded night andday- And you'll be carefree while away! We have a safe deposit box the right size for your needs -- rent it before you start! Across From The Court House' A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mutual company, representing 22 sta4es, who is in Milwaukee, Wis. attending a t;wo-week career ;chool at the firm's home office. The agents are studying advan- ',ed areas of life insurance under- writing, accordirtg ~,o Harold W. Oardiner, superintendent of ed- ucation and ,field training who talf.ty members ,and guests ~were at the meeting were Joseph Tho presen.t for the regular mont,hly mpson, W. P. C. Perry, Brooke most of t;he winter monrhs with some friends in Brunswick, Md. has returned to her home here. Mrs. Harold Harding, ff~rs. An- nie Loudan, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loudan and son accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan motor- ed Chambersburg, Pc. on Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Prank Loudan. Bobby and Tommy Winters of Harpers Ferry were weekend guests of bheir grandparents Mr. a~d Mrs. Robert Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and daughter of Winchester, Va. were Sunday guests of his parents tMr. and Mrs. F. A. Hill and brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore and son of S'harpsburg, Md. were Sun day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding a~d son and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mr. P. A. Hill who spent part of last week in Winchester visiting his son and daughter-in-law ~Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and daughter t'eturned home on Sunday. .Miss Alma Lou Knott of Mar- tinsburg was a guest of her par- e~ts Mr. and Mrs. Ohurles Knott and fa~mily. Qui.te a lot of students of Har- pers Ferry High school have the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lewis of Martinsburg were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wel sh and 'daughter. Mr. and iMrs. M. D. Wels,h Jr. motored to Ranson, W. V a. on Sunday and visited Mr. C. A. Webb and family. Pfc. Edgar V. Cook To Be In Army Exercises Yakima Firing Center, Wash. (AHTNC)-Pfe. Edgar V. Cook, 22, son of Mrs. Elise Cook, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Vs. is schedul- D D m (as proved by off;cial registration figures) meeting of the Henry Kyd Doug- Blackford, Jack Oetzandanner, has been in charge o4~ the semi-an ed to partici,pate with the 4th In- Ins Camp, Sons of Confederate Thortnon Perry and Max Brown. nual Career School since its incep ,fantry Division, a major Strate- Veterans, held at the Big Springs Adjournment was in order at 8:30 Ition twelve years ago. giv Army Corps (STRAC) unit, in ~a~a a~#ta~ ....... ~ a t.A. , . . -- - .. , . . , p p g s tt year than an othercar A ce, tffmate will be awarded to Exerc, se D[y Hills wh,ch will be ZU~ UUU more eo le nou nt t;.evrolet as y dining room near Martin.~burg on p.m. each agent who successfully com- ~onduc~ea May 9-23 at the Ya-, i Tuesday nig~ht' A ham dinner was F'oyd ()We ~_~_ .TnS pletes the course ma Firing CenCer In Washing- servedcommandantbY theRichardmanagemen,tcrane pre-and Hrs ~o,.o~.o~ is ;ssociated with the ton. and there are over 2 mdhon more Chevrolets on the road than ,.- r-., sided for the meeting. New mere- William (3. Psillas district agency This large-scale maneuver, de- j , bers introduced included Joseph ]Hagerstown IMd of the P E Bur- ~igned to provide unit and indiv-[ ~lrltl #~,~lP ~fllr| V~ll~[[ ~lrll~ mnr~ ~'n |:~ ;n ~h~t~t~ Se~| ~ fEVI~'~ Thompson, Ja, mes Senseney and Attended~||]~|| ~u[----I.,]ke Jr. general a eneyg , Balti'more idual training with weapons and] ~lO, IIJtHl~l I~lll. /~U__.II IIHU I|IU|~ I,U I|l~ Ill l~ll~V][,_, tUU'- -Ira U._.. , C. D. Boyer, all of Charles Town ~ in ~actics of modern warfare, will| and the county and Charlie Red China gradually loosens So involve 18,000 soldiers from ,mill- J Brooks of Martinsburg. Secretary gap Conference ,~ ties. tary posts throughout the U.S. , =.. .. .... ,., , . ........ , F. g. Buckles read the ,minutes and Turbine engine may lift helicop Cook is regularly assigne.d as a [ l(0ur aumomzea U/zevrote aeater w*ll 8how you why the best seller s your best bu called the roll of members and vv: t,r sales, cannoneer in the division's ls~ ar- ] , .......................................................... titlery. ~fter several brief buMness itemsIMr . Floyd P. Owens, Sr. of Lee ~ [ He ontered the 'Army last July [ |~J[~ ~l~| were taken care of, a quartet of town has returned ,from Washing RUBBER STAMPS:---Made any Jand completed basic training at] Nllff Jll|~ Phil Hunrter, Hollis Leith, Rayton where she spent t,hree days in Size you desire. , Quick and Effl, ] Fort Carson, Coto. ] " Jl=lV11 Davis and Blll Quale entertained attendance at the Seventh Annual etent Service. Telephone 222, [ He attended Charles Town High I with several musical numbers.Republican Women's ConferenceSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - AD-ISchool. " [WE. W wa m c_wn They were introduced by John held at the Statler-Hilton Hotel. VOCATIg~ Ol~l~C~, North C-~orgs[ ---_-----__ _- [ ~-,~ ,,--,*..,zaa.~,~a,J~,, *j.~a,,~..,a_a~ Hopper, one of the hosts for ~he Associate Chairman of the Coun Strut ] ATTEND CHtrI%CH SUNDA]F ' evening. A nominat4ng committee~cy Republican Execubive Commit of Henry M. Snyder, St. Keener tee ,Mrs. Owens represented 'the Xutsler and Lewis aMcDonald waslocal Republican Women's Club named by Vhe Commandar~t to and attended a reception on Sun- bring in a slate of new officers .to day night honoring .the Vice Pres be voted on at t~he next regular talent and Mrs. Richard N{xon, meeting of the Ca,rip which will Senator and Mrs. Thurston Mot- be held the last week (date notton, the former recently appoint- I definite as yet) in May. Members ed to 'head the Republican Na,tion Of the Camp from Charles Town al Committee, the retiring chair- man Meade Alcorn and Mrs. AI- corn and Mrs. Claire B. Williams, Assistant Chairman of the Repub- lican National Committee. : On Monday ,the delegates ~t- tended workshops and 'were greet- an cas~ task. This supar-quality fintsh flOWS smoothly . . covers IS JUNE 18th. IN THAT WE WILL NOT ed by Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, Senator Barry Goldwater, Secretary of L~bor James B. Mit- chell and Postmaster General Ar- ,t:hur E. Summe~field. On Mon- day evening the two thousand del 'egates heard President Eisenhow- er welcome Alaska and Hawaii to the Union. 'Mrs. Frederick P. Becker, State President of Che West Virginia ~Federatlon of Republican Wom- :en, ~Mrs. E K. Stevens Associate Chairman of the Sta.te Executive I Committee and Mrs. Owens were !guests of the Honorable an~l WIrs. Arch Moore of the First Congress- ~ ~Z)~i~,~ ~5v4'' lonal District of West Virginia, I for breakfast at the C~pitol D4n- 500 TO 600 lng Room on Tuesday morning, going f,rom there to the dedication of the memorial to the la,te Sen- ator Robert Taft. Ring For A Bet,teF America was the theme of addresses made to the group on Tuesday morning by Minori4y Leader of the U. S. Sen ate, Everitt M. Dirksen and ~he Minority Leader of the House of Represen~tatAves, Oharles A. Hal. leek. $6.93 Gal. - $2.13 Qt. The conference closed on Wed- nesday .afternoon with ,tours of the Embassy of Burma, France, Save 10': on 4 Gals. At the Phillipoines, and Viet Nam. B 0 W E R S Charles Town Insurance WALL PAPER STORE Man Attending Seminar CIIARLES TOWN, W. VA. Carl W. Merchant, Charles TELEPHONE 486 Town ~gent for Northwestern Mu- tual Life Insurance Company is April 23 and May 7 - 2t. one of 54 of the most successful newer agents of ,the Northwestern L ? :i /