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d,~ Volunteer ,,i.~o the Co& of responsibility. At the present time the service of escorting patients to x-ray is nmch needed in the hospital; it was explained however, lnany other services will be performed such as lihrary flower, clerical aide, cart and many other person al services It) patients and visi- __ torN.. rv e Se ic pro- ta service to patients; Mr. Don- The orientation was an intro- has been in the formaaid Baumgardner, x-ray technic- duclory phase of training for vol for the past several tan explained the x-ray depart- unteer in service. There will be e result of the efforts ment and how the oZunteer can continuing process of training for .tI. Hunter, chairman be a real help in escorting pa- on the job volunteers also for in- Welcomed and useful tienls to and from the x-ray rooni terested persons who were unable for aiding the Charles Mrs. Paul Corse and Mrs. Mina to attend the initial introduction ~ral Hospital Wednes- Pierce, Nursing Strvice Supervis to the services which will be per- ~6 when about 35 per- ors, denmnslrated procedures in- [forrimd by volunteers. l~I an orientalion sess assisting patients in and out of I Itours of service include the eel ~e hospital, bed. Mrs. Virginia Carotl~ers, food ]lowing: 9 a. m. to 12 noon and 1 I.E. Soccino, acting supezwisor, showed the proper [to 4 p. m. Monday through Satur- !lainistrator, spoke on techniques in tray service and ]day with the exception of morn- Lace of a volunteer. Dr. feeding of a patient, ting hours 0nly on Wednesday , chief of Medical Staff Mrs. H. It. Hunter, chairman of [and Saturday. In order to set up a bpreciation and warm the voluntary service committee ]working schedule, hours may be Volunteer supplemen- touched on the Bill of Rights of |arranged to suit the volunteer. Service can be given lnorning or l afternoon on a weekly basis or IANIS It0 X LUNCH otherwise.he hos~Lunch will be provided for volunteers giving a full day ..... BENEFIT ..... lat_ _ By Miss Margaret' Houser IEFFERSOH COUtlTY [ Mr .and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp FMOR]I t PARK ,nd children visited his parenis ..... Ir. and Mrs. J. B Van Camp in " rantsville, W. Va. recently. Charles Knott who has employ , May 3C m--Mel lorli J Day lent in Manistee, Mich. visited his home here last week, returned back .on Sunday. :Fried Chicken, Potato Salad, Bread, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser Celery, Fruit, Cookies, Hard - Boiled Jr and daughter motored to Ken- Egg and Beverage---ALL FOR THE PRICE OF $1.50. TICKETS may be had from any of Charles Town Kiwanis Club. AVAILABLE at Park on May 30 9:00 A. M. Until 1:00 P. M. BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY. sington, Md. on Friday evening and were weekend guest of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frye and children. Tommy Winters of Harpers Fer ry who visited his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson last week has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. David Allen and PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. SAT. 3:00-7:00-9:00 P. M. SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. Children 25e r- Adults 50e Wednesday - Thursday . Friday and Saturday May 10 - 11 - 12 and 13 TICItNICOLOII OYALISCOff-WARN[II BROS. Sunday and Monday May 14 and 15 The Marines' Battle Cry of the South Pacific! Tuesday and Wednesday May 16 and 17 TRUE AS LIVE-AND- DEATH! ERNEST BORGNINE Thursday and Friday May 18 and 19 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- Medium - Large - X-Large .USUALLY $2.99 AND $:3.99 PLUS--- t GIGA'NTIC! _ - _ . _ daughter of I oonsb ro, ?,Id. were' ...... .... . ; .,,: ..... , ........... , ......... .c_. t ......... [ SPIRIT OF J FFER$ON rAm ,z ADVOCA I[ Sunday evening guest of his bro- C ' ' " " ' ..... : ..' ,LO AL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . [THI RSDAY, MAY I1, 1961 3---B mer-ln-taw anusister Mr.anu ...... [ .- ........... 2 ' - ....... . Mrs. Bert Loudanandson. ' u - Mr and Mrs HarryFriesand HARPFR [[RR hMl) RflllllhR land direct the child from that,names beginning with the first ran(lson of ' Iartinsbur " wereu=r.-aa--..l,,W .=-===- .r'ul r ,,s IPoint on. [part of the alphabet, enroll in the ~, . . ,. ~ ._ o .... . i~h~a M,-a ~. 1~.~ahh ~alanh~-, 9109.I People who live in Shepherds-[ morning ltowever, if this sug ~unuay evening guests el mrs ~. .,..o....~, ,,,~,,, --,...~,,,,.,,,. ,~,,,, ..... " Chmles" " Knott anti fam]l .' v [ town and Harpers, Ferry are ..... being [ gestion is not convenient come at Deferred From Last Week ' [scheduled for the same day ]a time more suitable. Miss Brenda Biller~of Bolivar, The M Y. F of the Bolivar Me- day morning in Charles Town I ~ I According to law children must W. Va. spent Saturday eveningthodist Church used their regular General tlospital and weighed 6 ] ~|~kb ~,~u ~a,~| [ be six years old bef~)l'e the 1st day with Jimmy and Janie Gift. ~meeting period on Sunday even- Ilbs. and 11 oz; She has been nam [ WII~III I~l~llllJ ~II~IIVVl ] of November to p~rmit them to Miss Becky and Frankie Gift of ing for a Kitchen Shower in hen- I ed Thressa Elizabeth. Bobby is I ....... [ enroll at the beginning of the Downsville, Md spent the week- or of Miss Patsy Rockenbaugh a l a graduate of Harpers Ferry High [Will Enroll Firq ho, term. In order for the end with Jimmy and Janie Gift ]member of the M. Y. F. whose[School, class of 59. The young] " I school to record proper ages, a Mr. Clyde Daugherty of Hagers, marriage to Mr. R. F. Kidwiler is ~mother is the former Patsy So- I ~ ~ ~, m , ~ ~ I birth certificate will be required town, md was Sunday guests of to take place soon. The shower i cura of Knoxville, Md ] moems my [? I at enrolhnent time Mr. and Mrs. Charhe" Daugherty., was a complete surprise to the I Mr. and Mrs. Wentzell Grove of I I Parents. are asked to accolnnan , Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Itouser bride to be. Many useful and at- Washington, D. C. spent Sunday [ Pre-school enrollment of all I children on enrollment day and children of Hagerstown, Md. ltractive gifts were presented and ] with relatives and friends in Har [children entering the Wrightl that teachers may obtain neces' - were Sunday guests of his parents refreshments consisting of cook-[pers Ferry and Bolivar. Mrs. I Denny Schooi this fall has been lary information reouired bv the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser Sr. ies and punch were served and}Grove was the former Frances[set for Friday, May 19th. Enroll. [school. - - and daughter. ...... enjoyed by those present I Young.of Bolivar.. ..... ]ment will begin at 8:30 and con-[ This year's first grade children ms. Arcnle r. louser ot Nares Mr. Joseph (Pete) Zombro is be I Vlcme, a year oil oaugmer ot I tinue until 3:00 . I will stay at home on enrolhnent tee, Mich. was a guest of Miss ginning to s ow improvement and ]Mr: and Mrs. HowardManuel has I In order to prevent long watt-] day so'that teachers may give {v argaret ouser anu aria take short walks after being con. lgotten along splenu!aiy atter!ing periods parents are urged to lproper attention to those enroil- virs. :rnest riouser ana laughter fined to his home since being Ibeing nospitailzed tot me remov- lh,]h;, hoi : ohaa o, ,o,., rai, ,ling far his coming fall on Sunday: Wendell Shreck was stricken wRh a pareletie stroke al of tonsils and adoids. ]to'w her'e't'hoir'ias t"n'ames'a"ppear " 0. ......... _ also a guest, quite some t,i, me ago. [in the alphabet For example, [GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY .Mr. and ,Mrs. Bud, Cogle and Mrs. Ned Winters is'spending 1_ ' " , ..... _ cmturen wno nave oeen riving ~ ,~,, a~,,~ ~,i*h h,,- m-the~ Mrs fl~14131~1 t~llllUl~ll lU~ .......... .... .~ with Mr Oscar Cogle have mov- " ..... J. ................ -- _ . ;. * ...... Frank Wilhelm at her home m .... 11 DR V RA FI CHER. Ontometriat [ eu into me apartment over w " ummer [ . E s , Martlnsburg who lust returned [ G SE FITTED Manuels store .......... peec EYES EXAMINED -- LAS S I to her nome after being nospltall , Mrs Berkeley Winters and sons ............................... I ,tours:--9:45 - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and Thu,~., I zeu Irum a pareteuc strutte aouut Clinic On u, 13 [ "OPEN EVEN~NG~ By &ppointlaent Only I of Harpers Ferry were Saturday i h in " et, o th af her narenL Mr and two weeks ago. She s s ow g a m.ua, l i ,bun, ,85 II, S. Charles St. Charlea Town. W. Ya | .;---7. 7- --';:" Y ............... ; slight improvement. I I ! ars. ttooert watson ......... Plans a n " n ma" t I, ...... --I Mr and Mrs ~ ~ Do~s~'"r"-na Mr. ~. ~. weed nas oeen very re ow eel g oe o[ "" Mr and Mrs Er t' 'ouse rhuch indisposed at his home for hold a speech clinic for a period] ..," , m "' - ': " the nast ten days of six to eight weeks during the[ tmarles Town were unaay even- " "" S,,m-,er at lX-rri'ht l) ing guests of Mr and Mrs Ernest: Mrs. Robert Menefee is recover- Z" ":" .. .':" ..... I .... ' ff rin uraoe bcnoot zor any scnoot CnllG Houser Sr. and daughters, lng at her home after su e g a ..... , s .... '- ---' v c f flu w,,, t, tuuie,.~ ut .pete. a.u Bobby Winters of Harpers Fer se ere atta ko ", , . ?l',,na 19 and 1Fi ~vo tha datae that ry was the weekend guest of his Mrs. Donald Eacxles spent a grandparents Mr and Mrs Rob-few days last week with her sister :;--r 2 ....... ...... \'".2 .... - . . -. " '" p ..... u,,4,,,,i, Ca, ra, me Clinic, It was announceu wues rt watson. e s eri ' ri day by T. A. Low ry, up nten- Charles Knott who has'employ- Sp ng, Md. , ...... dent of Jefferson County Schools ment m Mamstee, Mich. m ws~t- Mrs. Hugh Wiley of near Char- -o r id "he 'l'ni" is ex e" ine his family les Town and Mrs C. E. Dudrow ~2 we y sa t c l c . :fie t .... ea to get unaerway in eanv June Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houser motored to Knoxville, / Id. on Sun day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higdon. Rowland Bond and Mrs. Anna Bond of Harpers Ferry were guests of Mrs. Wallace Gift and children on Sunday, Mr .and Mrs. Edmund Hoffmas ter and children of Rockville, Md. were the weekend guests of Mrs. Madge Meier and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Maisel Jr. and son of Martinsburg were re- cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Char les Knott and family. Mrs. William Snyder is visiting her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Donald Just and son while Mrs. Just is a patient in a hospital there Mr and Mrs. Frank Loudan, Mr. John Null and mother Mrs. Katherine Null of Chambersburg Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk aid daughter of Martinsburg, Mrs. Samuel Secura and Bobby Loudoun of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Loudan of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan of Hat pers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Bert .Loudan and son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan of Knoxville, Md. in the Charles Town Hospital on Sunday morning a daughter Bobby was a former resident of Bakerton. Miss Nancy Schamel of Bruns- wick, Md. was Saturday eicening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and Mrs. Annie Loudan. i ' L Mr and Mrs. Charles Webb son of Alexandria, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Kidwiler over the weekend. ' ,, Mrs. William Trail and daugh. ter of Alexandria, va: was a week end guest of her ,mother Mrs, John Meier and sons. Mr. and Mrs: Berkeley Custer and daughter of Jefferson Ter- race Charles Town was. Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loud an and son. ' . , - eslies Record: Land" Have Grand Opening Friday And Saturday Announcement was made this week by Mr. and Mrs. James E. Leslie of 206 West Congress St., Charles Town that Friday and Sat urday, May 12 and 13 will be the grand opening days for their new record shop located on West Washington street. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie recently purchased the store formerly known as White's Record Shop on West Washington street and in recent weks have spent consid erable time and money in remod- eling and redecorating the room for use as space for carrying a full 'line of records, sheet music and record players. The Leslies invite everyone to stop in to their new store Friday or Saturday. And after inspecting the store the public is invited to register for one of the door prizes to be given away at 4 p. m. Satur- day. Sunday Services For Assembly Of God Church The Rev. William P. Reed pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God located on Fairfax Boulevard on Fifth Avenue Ranson, announced the following schedule of meet- ings for Sunday and subsequent week nights. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. at which time all mo- thers present will receive a flow- er. Special gifts will be given to the mother with the most child. ren present and to the oldest and youngest mother present. Morn- ing worship service at 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelistic services at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday the Christ Ambassador met at 7:30 p. m. Thurday Bible Study at 7:30 P.M. of Bolivar were luncheon guests at the G. E. Webb home on last Thursday. The two committee members for the twin towns, Mrs. Harry Crock and Mrs. Floyd Wilt wish to thank each and everyone who helped in any way t(x make the P. T. A. bake sale a uge success Four members of the local I. O. O. F. attended a District Meeting at Paw Paw, W. Va. on Friday night. They were Messers Roy Butts, Lewis Reek, Donald Fields, and W. C. Willingham. Grand Mas ter W. C. Gifford of Clarksburg, W. Va. was present at the Paw Paw meeting. He plans to visit the local I. O. O. F. in the very near future. Mrs. Lenora Staubs was again removed to Charles Town Gener- al Hospital on Saturday evening in a critical condition. Mrs. Lillie Biller who was re- moved to Charles Town General Hospital on last Sunday after a paraletic stroke suffered at her home is showing slight improve- ment. Funeral director J. Donald Eac kles spent from Tuesday until Thursday attending the StaLeFun oral Directors Association Conven Lion in Charleston, W. Va. He re- ceived a past president award, a plaque given for services for the year of '53 and '54 as State Presi- dent of the Association. : Death, of Son of Former Resident ' Relati es here .were'.notified. of the, sudden death of Roger Butts; 58'wh died suddenly on, last Sun day froth a heart attack at his home at Pikeside, Md. He, was a son 0f,thetate,' Arthur Butts Betty EVerhart Butts both nativeg of LoudounC0unty, Va. near Hat, persFerr . .... * " " His wife, 56V, died just four;men thse to the day before the daath of her husband. She alsodied sud deifly ;from a: heart attack.. Sur- Viv0rsare two sons, Rev.' Roger Butts living nearby and Richard Butts at the home; four brothers and three sistei's. The funeral was held on Wedfiesday frbni Ne welFFuneral Home on/the Roister town Road near Pikeside. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. *The de: ceased 'has a number of cousins in this area. Parents of Daughter Recruiting officer Harry Eug- ene Duncan and Mrs. Duncan, the former in the U: S. Navy and sta tioned in Des Moines, Iowa an- nounee the birth of a 9 lb. and 17 oz. daughter Jean Marie, born to them about a week ago. They now have a family of nine-six boys and three girls. Gone is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duncan of the county, for many years a resident of Bolivar. He enlisted in the Navy at the earliest possible age. Ttie M. Y. F. of the Bolivar Me- thodist Church enjoyed an outing at Braddock Heights on Saturday night, some Of those going roller skating and some enjoying bow- ling but every member of the group spent a pleasant evening. Mrs. George .Martin has been quite Ill at her home in Bolivar. She has gone to the home of her sister Mrs. Charles Jones on Camp Hill to recuperate. Mr. and Mrs. John Mower Jr. and little daughter Kim spent the weekend wth the tatters parents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilt. Other visitors on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobs, par. ents of Mrs. Wilt of Charles Town Mr. Mrs. ,Paul Alison of Round Hill, Va. Deferred From Last Week The Friendship Fire Company was called a few days ago to ex- tinguish a grass and brush fire near The Pentieostal Home for the Aged near Bolivar Heights. The aefferson County Volun- teer Flreman's Association held a meeting on Tuesday at 7:30 o'clock p. m. in the Hall of the Friendship Fire, Company of Bol ivar.Harpers Ferry. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Loudan of Knoxville, Md. announce the birth of a daughter born on Sun. and it will be free to all children with speech problems who desire to attend A trained therapist, employed b~' the West Virginia Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and adults, will be at the clinic. Letters have been mailed to some 80 parents in Jefferson County inviting them to have their child participate in the clin ic and it's program And if there are other parents in the county having children with speech prob lems and who did not receive a letter, they are 4nvited to bring the children to the clinic at 10 a. m. DST either June 12 or 13. The person in charge those two days will work out a schedule "World's largest termite control organization"~ ~ SSO00 GUARANTEE Against Future Termite Damage t ~, Represented nationally by over 1800 lumber dealers For free Inspection call CHARLES TOWN 47 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE NICELY SUPPLY CO., INC. 114 South George St. Charles Town, W. Vs. JET-SM00TH CHEVROLETS, nimble Corvairs, the one-and- only Corvette-31 models in all to choose from under one roof at your Chevrolet dealer's. Thrifty full-sized Chev- rolet Biscaynes, popular Bel Airs, sumptuous Impalas, six handy, handsome wagons. Agile, sure-footed Corvair sedans and coupes and family- lovin' Corvair wagons. Why not drop in and do your new car shopping in just one stop! New 9.Passenpr BROOKWOOD STATION WAGON There are six Chevrolet wagons, luxurious Nomads-each with cargo from budget-wise Brookwoods to opening nearly 5 ft. across. New CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE Here's the family man's sports car famed handling ease that stems from with bucket seats up front and the Corvair's air-cooled rear engine. Bel Air 2-Door Sedan CHEVROLET'S GOT MORE OF WHAT IT TAKES .. and that's why more people are taking to it. That built-in Jet-smooth ride, for instance, with Full Coil suspension. Body by Fisher refine- ments unmatched in Chevy's field, And so many more things like ! No wonder Chevrolet's the most popular on the highway and buy-way! CHARLES 'TOWN, W. VA. __. n m .nl I ~ . I I I I I Jl [ I iii ', .... . "; -'-T'7.../ ".-.: : ."..2"X.U '",.: :2" :2"2 :S. : ". ........... " L ...................................................................................... : ................... " " - ..... " " - .......