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i" Mr. and Mrs. William W. W~hite, l%t., 1 Ke.arneysville and their new baby Terry Wayne, born June 19, were proses,ted with the firs~ ~Hollister Inscribed Bi~t~ Certifi- eate by William W. Perkins, Ad- ~mnistrator as t~hey lef, t Oharles Town General Hospital o~ Mon- day. In the above picture Mrs. "Whi'te s,how~ with her son and ,2Vh's. Frances LavCter, nurse a~ the hospital "Through the generosity and dignity. The certificates, moreover, are prin'ted by a special IAtho-Grav- ing process on the longest lasting~ m~terial known-diploma parch- merrt, said to be as eadurin.g as ,the parchmen't scrolls of ancien,t Egypt. Al'thou~h cen,trally preser- :red birth records are now the re- cognized official document of bir- th, the Holl,i~ter certificate when LL By M|s Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Jr., daugh ~ers LouElla Suzanne and Jenni- Cer accompa~uied by Misses Ginger (merChant and Betty Dillow mote red to Peterkin Con,foresee Cen- ter near Romney, Sunday after- noon where they visited Ranson and Irving Grey who are at Camp ~here. ,Mrs. Marshall .McAboy and so~u Mars'hall Jr. were in Martinsburg Friday on bnsiness. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. McAboy and sons were Mrs. Eddie Ahalt and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry MvKee and daughter all of Ran Mrs. Edward Costello of Loud- Gun Heigh,ts, Va. spent Thursday with Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and Mrs. Aiec Costello. Mrs. Paul Mills, son Kenneth and Miss Dorothy Bowers were in Win(~hester, Va. Thursday morn- ing on business. Mr..and Mrs. Keane'th Anders and family of Ranson, Mr. Wal- lace O~t and ,family of tMlllville were dinner guests Sunday of ,their pareses ,Mr. and (mrs. Ber- nard O tt. In the evening, Wallace, his children and 'his ~areo~ts visi- ted Mr. and (mrs. L. R. Becker, near Harpers Ferry. Miss Edna Oft ~o has been ill ,the pc'st sever al weeks 'passed away Tuesday morning at the Becker Home where she had ~been m, aking her home. The many ~riends of the family in ~his vicini'ty ex~nd sy- mpathy :a*t ~his time. Mr. and ~Mrs. WiMam Hoak ac compa~ied by their daughter and grandson, Mrs. Frank Simons and Mi'chael of Ranson spen~ Sunday in Luray, Va. where ~hey enjoyed a picnic dinner at ,the Caverns and ia t.he afternoon were visitors with relat:'-?? Miss ~uzanne Cd-ey ,"~s an over nigl~'t guest Friday of Miss Cathy McIntyre in Charles Town. Miss Jennifer Grey spen Sunday night width her brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ra~ualli and family in (millvHle. William Hock. Master Tommy Pope spent last week wi'th ~s grandparen.~ ,Mr. ~nd Mrs. ~aurice Pope and dau- ghters. During the week, his bro- ,thor, Lorne spent several days wi,th them and ~heir little sisteri Pamela spen.t one night width ,the family. Their .father Mr. Bud Pope visi,ted his parents on Thurs day. Mrs. Arnold E. Willingham and ,three daurhters, Mrs. Irvin Jen- kins and son Jeffrey of Charles Tow,u accompanied by Miss Los Ella Grey motored to Washington D. C. Saturday, 'taking A/3c Gone WiHingham to the air.port where he left for Malms~trom Air Force base in 'Montana. Gone recently returned ,from Korea and has been spending a 30 day leave with his ,parents. Mr. a~d Mrs. Alec Costello visi ed ,the formers parents 'Mr. and ~Mrs. Edward Costello in Loudoun Heights, Va. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kimes and family, ff~fr, and ,Mrs. David Pen- well and f~mily enjoyed ,a "Ham- burger Fry" at ,the Kimes home in Charles Town on Father's Day. Mrs. ~Do, ug Bowers and childre,n of Bolivar were visitors Saturday afternoon at the ~heme of Mr. and Mrs. Aiton Muse and son. The stork was busier at the Charles ToWn Hos,pi~al during the period of June 18-23 than in some weeks delivering nine babies in- cluding one set of boy twins. The twins, both boys were born Tuesday, June 23 to Mr. and (mrs. William Henry Morris of Charles Town. A daughter Debra Lynn was born June 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Rob err Junior Whltmore of RD 1, Charles Town. Friday, June 19, two births oc- curred at ~he hospital, a son, Terry Wayne was born ,to Mr. and Mrs. William Willis White of Kearneysville; and a daughter, Marsha Lee was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edward Martin of .Bak ert~u. Saturday, June 20, a son James Lewis was born to (mr. and Mrs. Nelson l~aymond Waters of Har- pers Ferry and a daughter, Kay'S'El aine was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis McDonald of HM1- town. Sunday, June 21 a son Earl Lee Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee Painter of Kearneysville. Tuesday, June 23, a daugh,te~ Kimberiy Marchelle was 'born to Mr .and Mrs. Marshall Clinton Stickles of Shenandoah Junction. Oubpatients admitted to the ,hos pital were: Lawrence Russell Karen Smallwood, James D. Da- vis, Janet Vawter, Mark Langlet a.ll of Charles Town; Leo Collins Katherine A'halt, Frankli~ Dillow of Ranson; Edward Dillon, Adam Tawrogowski of Washington, D. C.; Faye Craw ford, Halltown; Mary Los Anderson, Ransom and Irvin Link, Shenandoah Junotic~n. Surgical patients admitted were ~Mrs. Anna Louise Bess, Miss Joy- ce Leith Hortman, Miss Suelien Taylor, Brunswick, Md.; Master Richard Lee Rankles, Knoxville; Mrs. Cora Viola Heishman, Mas- ter Joseph Abner Ware, Kearneys ville; Mr. Cleggett B. Dorsey, City Mrs. Sarah Leonine Crum, ~Irs. 'Mabel Grove, Ransc~n; Mrs. Betty Los Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry. Medical patients admitted were (mrs. ~e~ty Henry Lancaster, Mrs. Lula Viola Slasher, Ranson; Bwby Ch.arles Wilbur Cook, Mrs. John Bishop Stolle, Mr. Dewey Dailey Davis, Mr. Albert Calvin Halvosa, ~r~s. Effnel Virginia Perks, City; Mrs. Mildred Virginia D'Angelo, Millville; Mr. Edward Dillon, Was SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOC 2--A THURSDAY, JUNE 25 hington, D. C.; Master Edward Robert Bedgett, Kearneysville; Master Farnsworth Lobenstei,u, Shannondale; Mr. Henry Penwell, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Harry Lee Rank[n, Shenandoah Junction Junction; Mrs. Lucy Mildred Walk or, City. Five County Jaycees Attended National Meet In Buffalo Five members of the Jefferson County Junior Chamber of Com- merce motored to Buffalo, N. Y. las~ Tuesday to a,bte:ad the 39th annual convenVion of the Uni.ted Sta~es Junior Chamber of Com- merce held Vhere Tuesd~ay ,through Friday. The loom con~ingen,t was headed by re~iring pros[don't Guy Tucker and presiden~-elect Con- rad Hammann. Also making the trip were Norma,.u Kisner, Robert Stone and George Vickers. They were all a par~ of the West Vir- ~ginia S~ate deleg~bion which re- ceived m~any honors. The top honor w~c~h Wes't Virginia was ,the Dr. Frank Fischer of as one of the five ~OP tee presiden,ts in the honor also won't to Lee national director from ginia and Bud Mavtinsville, W. Va. as outstanding first year t~he United States. All the local much impressed by the coring and keen which bakes place i:.~ of a U. S. Jun~or Commerce presiden't. oan,dida~s tiens of Vhe U. S. evt Clarke of Iowa was new president. He won the l~th ballot which was bout 1:30 a.m The Wesg Virginia, also enjoyed t,he ,the No. 1 unit in the Stwtes which was dew,stows Buffalo first time West Virginia occupied this h,ighes~ of in the conven'tiexl parade By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Farm Women Meet Thirteen members of the Lee- town Farm Womens Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Baker with Mrs. Frar~k Watson co-,hostess. The meeting was ope,ued with devotions, Mrs. Charles Owens in charge in the absence of Mrs. David Bell. Song "Faith of Our Fathers" ~was used. Scripture read ing item John 16:1-15, closing with a prayer ,by Mrs. M. K. Bow ors. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary Mrs. Lly Bratina, the treasurers report was given. Several ma:tters of business were brought up by the president, (Mrs. William Harris. The pic~nic for t:he of the Jefferson Coun'ty Hos~pital signed by the doctor and a hos- Visitors Saturday evening at ,the club members and their families AuyAliary who purchased ~hem, pi~tal official provide a lasting me- h(~me of (Mr. and (Mrs. (Maurice were planned for Ju|y with a coun ", one of ~hese beau~)iful certificates ,me.to of one of the great mom- Pope and daughters were Pfc. ~,, ~,,. ~ ~ ~,,~ ~,~ ~ N~w ~wll be presented m the fuCure toen'ts of family hfe. Ja esj~; Pope, L/Col. (m!ke Ole- York was dis'cussed, the education ,all parents of babies born at '~We have many things to be jarz, ~Zcpi. ~aipn ~.~mn,. ~zc. al exhibit for the Fair in Septem- l Charles Town General Hospi'tal" proud of in our hospital" Mr Per ~arr.y ~ow an.a ~c. ~flDr~ .~a~- her was planned Mrs. Harris re- . , ' ' ". 'cnaels ~ll oI p.sign,5 ano ~ M,ul " . tthe adm~mstrator stud. kms stud, but we are espemal]y M rin' B r - i --" .." _ por~ed on ~her trrp to Jackson s i The Hollister Inscribed B i~h proud of our maternity depart- '__ a _ e _ ar :acxs . n wasmng~on: Mill this spring. x) ~ ann ~mr uonn t-'ope ace, Certificates are as elegan, t as a mont. All credit for supplying and c~fildr n of B liv r ' Mrs. Charles Willis was lesson college diploma and just as endur equipping our nursery belongs to .: e . . o a.. . _ . leader. ~he topic "Accessories for S 1 ~vlr ann:~lrs L~naries':~rey ann [~ ing. Fashio,ned by art~istz w'de'ly t~he Women's Auxiliary These new _ -:.'. -..' . ~ Today's Home" was presented in Ill recognized in the ceiificate designcertificates are "ust one more ste ~aug~:ers were runner gues~s ~un ~ ~ v " ~e esti~ w~v ~iz~ n'a .- 3 ~' ' ' P aa f "'eir r - _ .. ~ _ v~r_ m__r___...o w_~ ........ L- ~ield, the hospi~tal name is hand- in our effort to provide the bes~. y o. ~ g an~paren~s~ar, antttares and e~plaining how to use :: lettered and the impressed official possible service to our maternity Mrs: ~.~namei Grey ann.at corn-.accessories to make .the home at- ,., hospi~bal seal adds a note of charm patien'ts", pamea oy ~n.em, momrea ~o ~erry tractive and not look cluttered, viJe:.Va, in.vn.e ,a ernoo . change decorations occasionally. ~wmaay r~eme ~mner A i " i ~he said select your decorations, p cmc d nner was served Sun , : don',t collect them; she also made New Pastor Assume, uttes Leetown, day a~t ~e home of Mr. and (Mrs. an arrangemen,t for a table to'cost Edwin ~mvenger and daughter, less t'han a do.liar ~ II | ~ ~ | ~ll ! Sharon, celebrating the birthday Dinner :guests "at the Slushers Nllpnnprfl~Tflwn i-nl~ r'flnRi Lnnrrnp~ of ,their daul~ter and sister Mrs. and Wilsons "Rose Hill Farm on ! I ~,~,,vf.=mv,w,~=vvv ~= ==r.~ ,,v~= vn~=~,,~ Elwood Bowers. Mr. ,a~nd Mrs. Alec .~,,na~. ~ ~r~ ~i~ ~r~le |