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,County Polio ,,Chapter To Broadened Program Patient Aid County Ch~apter Foundation has to pu~t into county a broadened of patier~t aid which making since last Nol,and, cha,pter announced today. program will offer only to polio vic- certain young pa- tr0hr~tis or biIth de- s,aid. The new First announced l as~ National Foun- have been studying approach to the aspects of the pro- broadened policy, he Dimes help will be children under 19 defects of the bra4n with juvenile or- in t'he past-wi,th However, he add- no lmnger will be polio. like to make it very ou~tset of t,his broad that we will contin- )ur basic obligations n:ts needing assis~t- tnd said. covered un- Program are known spina bffida (open (open skuM) (wa~ter on the COnditions some- Paralysis and crip- rheurnatoid arthr~- crippling and some in children. Exercises June 6 Memorial Ser- held at Elmwood Shepherdstown on 6, at 2:30 P. M., time. State E. Martin, Jr., Will be the fea- and Brownies and School Band are racer ,at the old col- at 2 andd march to Prior to the ,exer- program will be ed Banner, S hep- School Band. George Hasel. the band. Martin. ba~d. , reaffirms ban on a ATRE TOWN, W. VA. 2:00 P. M. 3:00 P. M. & 9:15 P. M. - Adults 50e and Friday 4and 5 HITS ! L GAIBOR JRIE MITCHELL "- June 6 tN ay - Tuesday and 9 &8 P.M. l "d Thursday v and 11 Services for patien,ts wit!h birth defects or arthri,tis will include limi~ted hospi,tal,izatimn, diagnosis and ou, tpa~tien,t trea:tment, trans- I~rt,a'tion, physical therapy, cer- tain drugs and equipment and of'her forms of aid, he said, add- ing Vhat on Vhe advice of medical advisors from all parts o,f the country it was decided tha,t T~e l~ationa~l Foundation could not i pay doctor bills in birth defects, !art~hri,tis ,or polio if t'he Americ,a,n system of doctor-~patien relation ~hips was to be preservech "We do not know ye:t", he con eluded, "exactly ~hen we will be able to begin offering assistance in ffnese new areas, bu~t it will be soon." "The Jefferson County Chap- ter grill has a heavy financial re sponsibility to assist polio pa- tie~nts from former years and the Chapter's entire resources will be needed in this area for t,he immed iaite future. Starting date o our new program will depend on pro tress made by polio pa~tients and on ~he resul, ts of nex,t January's March of Dimes. Meanvchile we are going a~head with plans f,or t~e new work" Noland sa~d. I I II ]1 Ill Sill YHE WEATHER AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl Changeable Weather This Monday morning is very disagreeable day. One week ago this Monday morning a beautiful day and full of sunshine. Tuesday some clouds and a sprinkle of rai,n which is badly needed and clear- ing in the evening. Wednesday scabtered clouds and a very sul- try day and very close. Thursday morning and a very sultry one and tem, perature rising fast at 1 p. m. very warm in late eve,sing and at niffht and Friday morning another very hot day and a good soaking rain is badly needed and to our surprise we were blessed wit,h a good shower cooling the air. A very goad night to rest. Sat urday morning anot'her warm day 'Temperature crawled up to 95 and cooler i,n evening Sunday morn- I. ,rag heavy mist but cool air and very nice all day and route 9 just about the busiest day of motoring !wind stirring and a wonderful ev ening; rain in early morning. Mon day rain and cc:]tinued all day. Trus% everybody is feeling fine, just keep smiling and clouds will roll away. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett were business visitors in Mar- ,tinsburg Friday evening.' ~Mrs. Deloris Piper and son Stan ley and daughCers Brenda and Ro,nda were dinner gues~ts Sun- day width her cousin and family Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jenkins. IMrs. Annie Wil.t and daughters Arbu~tus and An~tionnet,te were vis i,tors I~riday evening with M.rs. Sat wh Turner and family of Murrell HH1. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Ru,nion and ~family motored to Mr. Jackson Va. Saturday and v isi,ted with the formers mot'her Mrs. Lula Jackson and his sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Boyer. 'Mrs. Annie Wil,t was a visitor on Thursday wi,t'h ,her mother Mrs. Mae Oil of Murrell Hill. Mrs Ott is very much improved. She visited with her daughter Mrs, My rile Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ot,t a'll of Charles Town. Hope you continue to improve mother Ott. ~Mr. a~d Mi's. Donald Heffner and little son of Baltimore, Md. :l~ent, ~t~c weekend with the loi- ters uncle and family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. :Mr. William Wilt and Mearle Wilt assisted G. C. Pearl in mak- ing hay S a~turday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Love of near Charles Town were visitors Sun- day at the home of the formers ~ister and husband Mr. and Mrs'. G. C. Pearl. ,Mrs. Annie Wilt and Mrs. Rose- bud McDaniels and daughter Shei la were visitors Thursday with [:he formers daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue of Mur rell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heffner md son of Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Pearl Johnson and ,two sons of Murrell Hill and Mr.and Mrs. Es ~;el Wil,t were visitors Saturday ~vening with Mr. and Mrs. How- ~rd Wilr and family. ;Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Angelo md two sons of Burke, Va. spent ~,he weekend wilth the latters par =nlts Mr. and Mrs. William Wil,t. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garre,tt vere visitors Sunday evening wit,h 'heir daughter and family Mr. md Mrs. Nell Slusher of Ra,nson. IMrs. Annie Wil,t and daughters crbu,tus and Antionnette and Mrs. ~osebud McDaniels attended a ~tanley Brus,h Party Prlday ,night ~t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob art Ott Jefferson Ave. ,Mrs. Hester Fritts and grandson of ,near MiMville were visitors Wed nc~dTiy w~h Mr. a1~O Mr:L ,}5}~'fl Runi,an. ~Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harding and son dohnnie were visitors re- cently wiCh friends in L~vettsville Va. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and family were visitors Thursday ev eni:~g with the formers neice and husband Mr. and Mrs. Forrest HosLler. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl were dinner guests Sunday with their neice and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garre tt. :Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper and Mr. and Mrs. George Talton 'and two children were visitors re- ce,n,tly with the la,tters daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Had Picnic Sunday ,Sunday being a real day for a picnic Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longer- beam and little daughter Shyrl of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster and grandchildren Car- ol. Mr. and ~Mrs. Jo'hnnie Mercer Mr. and Mrs. Willie Piper and family and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove and family motored to Glen Echo Park and enjoyed a delicious fried chicken and also all makes of salads and good eats that make a great D;.cnic dinner and every one e,njoyed the dinner and their visit together. ~'YIr. and Mrs. Frankie Angelo and two sons of Burke, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVGCATE THITItSI)AY, JUNE I, 1959 2.---II family of Murrell Hill and Mr and MILS, Frank Angelo of Florida were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, William Wilt. ,Mr. a,ud Mrs. David Brackett and four children and Miss Betty Viands of Power Plant of Mill- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lorig and daug~[~ter were visitors Fri- day evening with Mr. and Mrs John Runion and family. Filled Pulpit Sunday Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg- utar appoin, tment Sunday morn- ing at eleven a. m. reading from t'he St. Johns gospel the thirteen- t~h chapter and the f,irst seventeen verses for his subject For I have given you an example that you should do as I have done to you. Visit HilLsboro Cemetery Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrebt accompanied by Mr. and M~:s. G. C. Pearl motored to Hillsboro, Va. Sunday a,nd visited ihe ceme- tery t'here which loved ones had paid tribute to those who had been laid to rest. The decorations of flowers were beyond descript- ion such large sprays and baskets of flowers beautiful floral wrea- t~hes several folks were just decor- ating the graves while we were ,~here from some distance away [looked like a beautiful green house. The ~hestnu~t Hill cemetery where loved ones were laid to rest was more beautiful with beautiful baskets and floral sprays than for many years folks came from different parts of the country on Saturday to pay tribu,te to some loved ones. Stafford Izaak Walton Group Guests Of Kenna Chapter In Martinsburg Members of the Stafford Izaak Walon ladies chapter, enjoyed a covered dJgh supper as guest of the Kenna Chapter in Martins- burg, May 21. Aftr the business meeting most enjoyable musical program was presented with chello and )iano solos. There was also group singing which was most enjoyable. During the even,ing door prizes were given. Mrs. James Senseney was one of the recipients of a gi,ft. All guests received leather key cases in the shape of a fiXh, like the ones the Kenn.a Chapter gave to Waltonians at the National Con vention which was held in Philo. WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TELEPHONE 42 Come in and have a Ham Sandwich and a Glass of Punch, While ttere, Register for FREE Door Prizes, Consisting of- OUTSIDE GRILL with ELECTRIC ROTISARY, RADIO AND TOASTMASTER TOASTER. SEE OUR MOST MODERN SHOWROOM IN THE EASTERN PANHANDLE. EVERYONE IS INVITED, NO SPECIAL INVITATIONS. DRIVE A NEW CHEVROLET OR OLDSMO- BILE and SEE WHY IN 1959, CHEVROLET IS THE NUMBER ONE CAR and OLDSMO- BILE IS THE NUMBER THREE CAR 1N AMERICA TODAY. WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF GULF OIL PRODUCTS TO OFFER, AND A MOST MODERN BODY AND PAINT SHOP. New Impala Sport Sedan--shaped to the new American taste! New Fleetside--one of a long line of Chevy pickups! The welcome mat is out for youl There's a new Chevrolet dealer in town to serve all your automotive needs. This is your invitation to stop in, meet his friendly staff and browse around. You'll find he has complete service facilities and a large stock of genuine Chevrolet parts for your convenience. And, in his showroom, you'll have an opportunity to look over the fresh new '59 Chevrolet cars and Task-Force 59 trucks. The folks at your new Chevrolet dealer's will be more than pleased to show you around. And, if you wish, they'll hand you the key to a new Chevy so you can pleasure test for yourself the car that's shaped to the new American taste. Stop in soon. You'll find a warm welcome waiting for you at your newest Chewolet dealer's. CHEVROLET DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS !!!~i !:iiill i ~!i~