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June 4, 1959

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I (I L I I I EASIER CONTROL PERSONAL FINANCES CHECKING ACCOUNT Red Cros Swimming School Will Be Opened At Park__ Pool. __ Monday, June 29 son t;ounGy's Memorial k'arK swim years [no l-COO uross Wll'/ no4: make ming pool this year will get u, nder any charge for swimming and way Monday, June 29th, it was anwater safety instruction and the nounced by Guy Tucker, chair- Park will not make any charge man of the Red Cross Water Saf ety Committee. The minimum age for beginners is g years and each child must have a permission slip signed by a parent or guardian and certifi- cate by a physician. Appldcation forms for the school are ,now available at the Red Cross office from 9 A. M. to Noon, DST Monday through Friday. Af- ,ter May 30 these applications may ~:tso be procured at ~he Park Pool. Parents are urged to see that these are properly filled out and returned by Wednesday, June 24. Registration for classes will be held at the Park Pool on Satur- day, June 27 ~tt 10 a. m. DST- Rain or Shine Classes will run for two weeks and will be divided into the follow ing seeti(~ns-Beginners; Intermed- for the use of the Pool by those enrolled in the classes. The Pool will be closed .to the public during lesson periods. FIRST All) The Standard Red Cross First A, id Course for pupils of the Har- pers Ferry High School has been completed. The course was con- dueted by Mrs. Patricia Walter Ring, teacher of Physical Educat- ion at the Harpers Ferry High School. Twenty students took the course and 15 of these passed. "I~hose who passed were: Anne Wilt, Carolyn Oden, Margaret Con way, Sharon Clevenger, EHzabet~h Twyman, Elizabeth Taul,tc,n, Lin- da Jackson, Charlotte Pope, Mary E. Kidwiler, Kay Staubs, Kathy Hoffmaster, Sally Dillow, Nonie Grim, Pa.t Witt~hire and Charlene Rollins. All of these s;tudents re- lares; Swimmers, Junior Life say- ceived certificates. re,mile here uf (,::p.n-, SPIRIT OF JEFFERg0N ADVOCAT]s se involved and the high cos.t bfi operation i,~ England. He will 8--B THURSDAY, JUNE / have to pay the expense of his family. .. school there: Betty will enter the torney. The plan was approved by ~ne fourth grade, while Anne will beI board of Handley. Dr. Bushong a first grade student. ~ No matter what you mayi was one of about 100 teachers out Dr. Bushong is the son of Mrs. I Congress is a great institUtit of 500 who was selected on the ex- P. L. Bushong a.nd the late Frank I Change fellowship. L. Bushong of Charles Town. His I Red China gradually lo0N Two of his Children will be in brother, Lee Bushong is a local at t viet ties. ~,, ' II III IIII III I I I I I ...... " -" 1853 1959 ~r L -- --- i~l&~ h~n~F&~n& ling the processional. Miss Gallo- ll~lillll I~:~OIIII1~|11 way will give the salutatory. Jam ]For these reasons: (1) When you pay all your bills ..... ]es..Allen Clevenger:~'cl'ass.pres~dent A--- ...... I WIH presen~ me mass gH~s. re~ / by check, your checkbook stubs are a neat, running IIHUUHL ,)UIIgUUI l Su! t.. of Schools of George W. li, again ,l ..... ...... I Bu~ton will give a brie~ talk and hand,le ::=;r ' F d e v Befflnnlng 9"00 A" M', E" S' T', Friday a d Saturday eeting ~ard ol n,t ' and , automatic receipts-- "d p y p y " I - 1:00 P. M. on Sunday announced plans are being made/ Miss Louise P obinson Johns : eted A CHECKING ACCOUNT I$ ECONOMICAL, TOO--- I for a Focal'handlers Con,ference to I and Walter Hansboroug'h Carter, ][~, as ac I .......... I Jr., are nonor smaen.cs, i['ca, as `t( '~ur ,~ ^)an ~o~ v~tm~ _f~~ ! Ice nero m ~erKemy, Morgan ann I Rev Paul E Reiter nastor of ~ ~t Page ............................. Jefferson Counties Which w~ll | the Boyce B~p~ist Chu~ will pro ~lJ Will g( permi:t the foodhandle~sof these|nounce,hebenedietion ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, MAY 22 ' l~rllag,ton: coun,ties to fulfill the Share Health - L d~ .... ],,,-~ ,a~,~ +,~n~ . . I th ........................ P, ho. Depurtmen,t reqmrements to so= / fers from Warren Coun~v ~d View; cure a permiit to work as a food-| - -" with R. S. PEACH, Secretary' handler. This ~il.l be a l~ake-Up| e~ ~~ t~,ii Con, ference and the material coy-l ur. ivtt|lara 5usn0na Will l ~aa,tics z ~red will be t'he same as t~h.a~ of| " P' Who 'As Vhe Novem,ber, 1958 mooing. | . a- .. L !" L .... HIGH JUMPIN".u CONTEST direc All food,l~and'lers w'ho dO not/5e EngllSfl exchange t'" town have a valid permi% oz' vChose per/ [~Nlcode mft expires ,the last of June, orI ~r~,~^m( I)i ~m~ml~n~ |~aetl.l,ty of have never at~te~nded a conference| /~gO~ll~! 11! LII~IGIIU Sunday Afternoon S~hoo must attend one of the sdheduled| ' ~-e laost of meetings. | Dr. Mill,ard K. Bushong will be I~i~rg Hig,] _ _ ~ |an exchange tea~er under ~he L~ going Fullbvig~ht Ex0hange Teaching ~- I n r' n I I I n I rfl Tn Illl Record Class Wall Be / plan in England and vIH leave for r .., .'..n... ,s" --.. ,=.=. country August 1, o. W tSNt PONY BREEDING CLASSES Lace Gec I I!1= I. M II IN! r' Ill IV N . Graduated At Clarke i wi,th him are Mrs. Bu~ong R ~rlle]~Odol Unfted States. Also making t/he 1" a,PPoin | ill iilIHIIi/II /11 Ila|a [ |andUhreeChildre.n, Bebty 9; Anne G EEN WORKING HUNTERS ~a't(~l I I1 / 11 1ll Ilia-BY llkF !1 I! I |6, andLee4. / llrkl OOl;l i ~, u ]II ~1! 4Ula~ v / Dr. Bushong w'ho lives in Clarke IIIkd~lkl/~ I~-~o was, -- ..... o .... + [I ..... I /cou,ty and teaches a't Handley urEI~ JUMrlR I CLASSES ,L~hepher The largest class in the h,is~ory| Hlg~ School in V~mChester, will ,~..a Junio: , . of the Clarke County High Svhool teaVh European his,tory ~t Devon A Commumty Corner Stone Since 1871 I 73 seniors wi'H be g,,adua~ted in/port, w~ic~ is in DevonN~ire, in . '" ~al Stud i commencement exercises on thelsout,hwest England.. His ex0h,ange GREEN CONFORMATION MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I campus Monday eevning, June 8,1 teacher will probably be a female I at 6:30 O'ClOCk ' Iteaeher c,n the same subject. REGULAR CONFORMATION m nal K~raa~ics i There are 45 senior boys and 28 I Under the plan, Dr. Bush0ng's ~)'ry t ~si,:en}: as Ln!:'~tiLs: ] !!li~:~ac~:Jh~I R |In|% and wHigh' : '' ,.,, WORKING and SMALL HUNTE DIVISIONS .... - P. Moncure, tenor t to his e ohange because of lower JUNIOR and PONY CLASSES ih l s e **y, ~' ...... $ ~" ' ....... tion held at Parkersburg of Grace Episcopal ChurCh will I salaries in England and htgher ltv llmmlI mAtu IMm : ~.~'~'~'~...~ ~ denver the Baccalaureate sermon ling costs in America. 3 ,II swonb .rs.eie. ,P- Y'l d tthey..velonger..ods ram r flit ~[t vlmr i. ar~ [I Ha r ....... .le Bapt, st Church w*ll dehver t~h,n m th,s area of Vzrgmm He _ .., _, ... ,...__f.._i. . Luncheon Served on the Grounds Every Day by . door prme wa Y vii " ' " ' the mvocatmn a,nd bened~mn, sa:~d he hopes to be able to spend p ~ I ~ sMembers of)f thetl e CharlesC~ .rles Townrown I |1 Junior Woman's Club held their [ P.'S. ~. VA. M. C. FORM 38, Roy. Robert D. Goshorn, poser much of his vacation, period tray Uooerville Volunteer Fire C0manv of e0he Berryville Presbyterian cling on the Qon.~nen~t. a thi mior Wo ant's ( ub heh their Notice of Motor Church win give ~he invocation at The exchange is for a period of ~,d: regular monthly meeting, May 18 commencement exercisesfollow-one year. He vein leave his auto- at bhe Hilleary House at which Carrier Hearing -- a~ .... d G time they welcomed mothers of , M.on vheC" 18t/hCaseday NO.of 1610319~, [,z We t" various club members and heard ~l~raed -a:~ in, terestAng talk by Miss Joyce |~"~I1 cot Rou`tz~hn, an instructor at t.he ; June, li : "e Wes`t Virginia College of Beauty at 10 o'clock a. m. E~as,tern Stand- Culture in Martinsburg, w,ho gave i ~azxi Time in the Ra,ndol,ph County ~T,~ngt ~n informative talk and demon- Court House in the City of Elkins stration on hair styling and care ~the Public Service Commission of of the hair. West Virginia will hear t,he appli- ',ca)tlon of the undersigned for a | ~ B~ At the business meeting announ cement was made that Mrs. Don- ald Cllne's team was t~he winning teem in the Hi-Fi contest and ~Irs. James Gore was presented a gift, a lovely bracelet for being ,the club member selling the most ,ti ekets. The club voted to make a $300. payment on the Hflleary House loa~. Mrs. Edgar Smoot, chairman ~or bhe Fashion Show, announced ~at the show had been quite suc cessful with the largest attendan- ce ever. A note was read from Mrs. How ard Dillow, Eastern District chair man, thanking t)he club for invit- ing her to the April meeting and also thanking t~he club for t)he cor sage that was presented to her at ~,he conven,tion. A let~ter was ,read from the Char los Town library thanking the club for ~he donwtion recently sent to t~hem for Vhe purchase of a book for the library. Also a note from the Chaplain at Prunytown was read thanki,ng t~he club for bhe record player and records sent by the club. A motion was made that the club contact the Senior Woman's Club in regard to sharing the ex- penses of sending a representat- ive to Camp Horseshoe at Parsons W. Vs. Mrs. Willard Martin asked the club's co-operation c.~ the "Bell Ringer Cam.pangn" May 25 spon- sored by the Mental Health Assoc ia~tion The club voted to support Ohe campaign and contributed five workers. Miss IMaureen Bush reported that an umbrella, table and four Chairs would be at the park open ing day on May 30. M~s. Joseph Staley reported ~hat t'he I,nstatlation banquet would be held at Ferry Hill May 20. Mrs. Nellie Jenkins reported that the club's project for the park opening May 30 will be the sale of pink lemonade. After the program, reports were heard from Mrs. Norman Kisner, Mrs. WHlard Martin and Mrs. Guy Tucker, ~he delegwtes to the State From a purr to a roar, smooth listening is yours all times with Sonotone's latest hearing-seeing duct - a slim-trim eyeglass hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Auto- matic Volume Control) to soften sudden, loud noises. Fashion-thin temples for both men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" styles for those who don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- SONOTONE ROY B. FURR, Manager Phone Hagersto a REgent 3-3242 or Charles Town 825 certificate of convenience and ne- cessfty to opera`to as a common I carrier by motor ve~-Acle (.wrecker truck) i,n Vhe transporta~tion of :wrecked a,nd or. disa~bled motor vehicles and other automotive eq u,l~pmen;t in Ranson and between points and places in Ranson and ,poin,ts and places in Jefferson and Berkeley Coun,ties said oper- ~tion to be conducted from a place of business located in Ran- son. Anyone desiring to protest the granting of the autlmri,ty applied for should be present a,t s~id hear ing for the giving of testimony or other evidence: Thomas Carson, doi,ng busi- ness as CYarson's Body Works R~nson, W. Vs. June 4-1T- Two Pieces Equipment Purchased For Hospital The Jefferson County HOsl F0al Auxiliary meeting at the home of Presiden`t Mrs. John Martin Tues day, May 26 voted to purchase ~wo pieces of equipment very much .needed at the hospital. Au, thorization to buy an electri- cally controlled Aquama~tic K-Pad for use in the ~pplic~tion o$ hot compresses at a cost of $61 was given along with t~he purchase of Pneumatic Turniquet wh, i~h is to be used in precision control of Mood ircia~a~tion, costing $175 These i`tems will be paid for from the organiz.~tlon's general treas- ury. I`t was reported that "Open Hou ;e" held a,t t~he hosPl.tal, Wed,nes- day, May 13 in observance of N,a- tonal Hospital week was well at- tended Mrs. announced that sewing for the mon.t~ of June will be done by auxiliary mem,bers with Mrs. Leonarfl Propps and Mrs. H. H. Lehman co-chairman. Mrs. H H. Hun~ter, counselor for Easter~ Area presented the ,auxiliary with a unique wall pla- ~que from the Women's Auxiliary to the W. Vs. Ho~pi~tal Associat- ion. The 8x10 polighed wood pl,aque is an engraved mem*bership certif icate c~rrying tJhe insignia of the .~merican Hospi.tal Associ.aion. I-- members and one Eighteen guest Mrs William Perkins ~tten ded the--..----.meebing-- President calls talks on defense spending. i A Luxurious New Model at a New Low Price l I I Iere's the perfect answer for economy=minded luxury lovers. A striking new '59 Dodge that's packed with special quality features, yet priced up to $306.50 below other cars in its class. It's big, solid, and comfort-sized. It has all the famous Dodge driving advances that make Dodge so much more satisfying to drive-features like sway-free, dip-free Torsion-Aire Ride and safer Total-Contact Brakes. This new Silver Challenger costs less to drive, too. It gives you better gas mileage than many low-priced V-8's. See and drive this car for yourself, Look over the many added features standard on every model. ~'ou'll know why "It Pays to Own a Dodge." DODGE DELIVERS 21.7 M.P.G. TO SCORE VICTORY IN MOBILGAS ECONOMY RUN GET ALL THESE EXTRAS AT NO EXTRA COST! 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