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Town Patient Very Of Volunteer Service Work in operation only a lit several are assisting in general than two months, pa-'office duties, also the services of the Charles Town Gener a previous staff R. N. who is era- have already found ,ployed elsewhere and now does 3rt and aid in the work Volunteer Nursing ser- rendered then| and they appreciative of it accord Lita E. Soceino, acting trator. Town 42-bed hos- years old and while the assisted in helping to this elleemosynary or sharing institution by S contributions from time May 1, 1961 saw the be- volunteer work on her free time-- a highly commendable contribut- ion to the hospital. Members of the nursing staff from 11 p. m. to 7 a. m. are grate- ful for the service of a volunteer several nights each week who as- sists in preparing the midnight supper in addition to other rela- ted volunteer duties. The Women's Auxiliary spon- sores the service and' expects in the near future to have a cart ser of personal volunteer ser vice of comfort articles, gifts, etc. In May and June for sale. The cart will be eircula- gave 323 hours of ted regularly for patient conven- ience. )orted patients to Members of the Rainbow Girls, x-ray, assisted in feed- an organization of the Order of and flower care. We the Eastern Star began volunteer Mrs. Soccino said service July 1 and will work sever the volunteers the al Saturdays each month from 9 of a physio-therapist and A. M. to 12 noon. bought a Mobile Home, I will sell the tel- personal property, located 4 miles West of Town, W. Va., on Route 51, Jefferson Coun- Virginia, on SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. (DST) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. 2-Door Frigidaire Refrigerator, 21-Ft. Frig- Deep Freeze, Home Comfort Stove, Estate oil large; Maytag dutch oven gas stove; 2 small Stoves, coal heating stove [large), Maytag washer, set with 4 chairs; china closet, dining table, Piano, writing desk, 2 wardrobes, 5 wash- dressers, hall rack, 3 metal beds and springs; table, buffet, rocking: hairs, odd chairs, num- of stands, trunk, love seat, 2 utility cabinets, cabinet, kitchen stool, pie safe, utility table, table, porch swing, medicine cabinets, reed set settee, 2 chairs and table, baby bed, pen bassinet, floor and table lamps, oil lamps, cook- utensils, dishes and glassware; 2 iron pots and curtains and blinds; power lawn mower, hand glass and stone jars, flower pots and flowers; feeders and fountains; electric brooder, 300 capacity; brooder house, Canned Fruit, oil flat rim sink, large galvanized bath tub, 2 grinders,' lard press, and other articles too to mention. 1957 FORD PICKUP TRUCK with Stock Racks. Nothing to be removed until for. ,. VIOLA V. WELCH D; ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Lc Will Be Served by the Ladies of Mid- Methodist Church. June 29 and July 13 - 2t. a.i mm ri'.,p i'g ICI 'I: UR IAli ,.. market % ou more to market all your grain through el Cooperative. You will get more money assured of complete satisfaction. Your Coopera- guaranCees you--- TOP.MARKET PRICES PROMPT PAYMENT--NoWaiting CORRECT GRADING--You are paid for what )ou deliver ACCURATE WEIGHTS--You see it weighed on lasted Scales EFFICIENT SERVICE--No Delays Savings Returned to You Through ge Refunds 5y and get complete details on Southern States I larkef|ng Service today,t UTHERN STATES .TOWN COOPERATIVE RANSON, W. I Tccn-a crz arc encr=ny knc,.-vn the "Candy-Stripers" because the regulation teen-age uniform is a pink arid white striped pinafore. The age requirement for Candy- Stripers is a minitnuzn of 16 years, also a letter of permission from parent or guardian. Mrs. Richard Adams, Mother Advisor, will coor dinate the program. Mrs. It. II. ltunter, chairman of volunteer service phone 738 may be contacted by anyone wishing to assist in the volunteer service pro gram of the hospital. Mrs. Howard B. Brown Awarded M. C. S. Degree Mrs. ttoward B. Brown was a- mong the forty five graduates who received the Master of Com- mercial Science degree conferred by Dean Edwin C. Bosworth of the Benjamin Franklin University on June 29. Mrs. Brown is the former Helen Virginia Mercer, daughter of Mrs Viola E. and the late Joseph W. Mercer, R. F. D. No. 2, Charles Town, W. V,a. and a graduate of he Charles Town High School class of '31. In pursuing the 1931 "Rambler" one finds the following quotation "And Still They Gazed and Still Their Wonder Grew That One Small Head Could Carry All She Knew". And it still holds true. Since high school days Heler attended he St. Elizabeth School of Nursing in Washington, D. C and has been employed ~y the D( partment of the Navy for the pasl twenty years. She is married to a retired gov ernment employee and the me. ther of two children, Margy Lou now Mrs. James F. DuBose of Washington and son Joseph, an ac countant for the District of Col- Government. Two years a- go while Helen was receiving her ..... Jl.J ................... SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 104 West Washington ,qt Charles Town. W Va PHONE :-- Day 370 Night [ _ . , E. L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. I I ...... I IIIIIII I LI Kitchens... Playrooms... Bathrooms . . . Tile Floors... Ceramic Tile Call C. S. from gee rvc[c 'ed his B. C. S. from Southeastern Un iversity, tlelen is a member of the Alpha Chapter of the Sigma Phi Omega Sorority and is active in the BFU Alunmi Association. The only accounting experience has been as treasurer of the First i Baptist Church of Camp Springs 'but she has passed the Federal Service Professional Accounting ~xamination and hopes to enter field of accounting in the near :uture. Her mother attended the grad uation exercises and also saw her grandson, Kenneth Reese, tIelen's nephew, receive his B. C. S. with honors from Benjamin Franklin University. The program included m informal reception and dance ;n the Presidential Ballroom at the Statler Hilton Hotel which was enjoyed by all. ::ormer Page Jackson reachers Gets Masters )agree From Drexel Mrs. Glodye K. Johnson, former eacher at Page Jackson High ;chool in Charles Town and now ~irculation librarian at Vail Ma- norial Library, Lincoln Univer. ~ity, received a master of science 2egree in library science at the Tune 27 commencement exercises at Drexel Institute of Technology Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Johnson has been circulat. on librarian at Lincoln Univer- dty since 1955. Previously she re- ceived her BS degree from West Virginia State College and taught English and social studies in the Page Jackson High School, Char- les Town, W. Va. She began her post graduate studies at Drexei-ir Johnson is the wife of Dr. L. D. Johnson, dean of Lincoln University and mother of two children Jacqueline Ann and Le- roy Jr. South Jefferson Ruritan Club Host To'Marlowe Club The South" Jefferson Ruritan Club was host club to joint meet- ing with Marlowe Club at Bar- done Community Center July 3rd. Persons present from Marlowe Club were Leo McIntyre, Bill Grit fith, Donald Dillenger, Tom Le- Master, C. D. LeMaster. and Jay Wilcox Robert Goodell, president con- ducted the meeting and installed James Louthen as a new member. . dil.zcrccnco w,ll lozw.,h3 b," ,~,.n,~ I cal to that of the customers of a I I | retail store. In fact. they are the seinecuslolners. Chamber of Commerce By Brooke Blackford Executive Secretary H. N. Randolph introduced Mrs. 'John Porter Burns and daughter, Patricia who presented a musical program of vocal and piano selec- tions.,. + The Kabletown Farm Woman's The Dolly Madison Garden Club aas enthusiastically voted to land- scape and beautify our new Cul- tural Center. This will be their project for the next year or so. We are fortunate in having in our community a group of ladies who will cooperate with us in bring- ing to Jefferson County this ad- vance in community betterment. * * * * * The 26th Annual Meeting of the West Virginia Chamber of Com- merce will be held at the Green- brier ttotel, White Sulphur Spr- ings, from August 31 to Septem- ber 3. Reservations may be made through your Chamber office. * * , The re-activation of the Civil War contigent, the Jefferson Guards, has come to a stand-still due to the recent illness of Sergt. Lyle Furr. A reorganizational meeting has been called for this week dnd we can expect intense activity from now on. In the retail business, a store will lose 100 customers over a particular period of time. Of these it will lose one because he died, three who moved away, five who will buy from a friend, nine who will find a lower price, fourteen who will have an un.adjusted com- plaint, and sixty-eight because they resent indifference. So says the Michigan Press Association. Chamber memberships are cus- tomers and their reaction to in- ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun ty, West Virginia Georgia L. McGovem, plaintiff v Civil Action No. 142 Thomas F. McGovem, defendant The object of the above entitled action is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. And it appearing by an affida- vit filed in this action that the said Thomas F. McGovem is a non.resident of the State of West virginia :it is ordered that he do serve upon Kenneth W. Metz, plaintiffs attorney, whose address is Charles Town, West Virginia, answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before August 5, 1961, other- wise judgment upon proper hear- ing and trial will be taken against at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be ob- tained from the undersigned Clerk at' his office: Club served the meal to the thirty Entered by the Clerk of Said members and friends present. Court July 5, 1961. ' ..... W. M, 'JONES !! c,er o ou David umb in To Wed uiY Berr#lle G,rl I N-O-TiCE OF Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Me-I TRUSTEE SALE Donald Sr of Berryville, announ- ,,, ce the engagement of their d ugh I th- ........" -= - "o navid LeonI e paymem m me maeoteaness ~" ~'~" ....... t'JZ' ~ "-%- "#r a--' ) secured by the. deed of trust here Tumolln son oz me tare m . uu 'i - " .... " ;~ " Cleveland q', mblin of Ri,, I hatter oescrmea ano me unaer, ..... " .... a -: v" I signed having been notified by the Pl I'isW'McJona d is a 1958 ,,rad I h01der of said indebtedness to .... " t Hi h foreclose and sell the real estate i uate ot ularKe uoun y g t cnooz": " ]herelnfifter. described, notme" I" ;I" ........... d ..... ]hereby given that the undersign' ~vtr. lumolln lS a x av st, uate | ea ,.,,~+~ ,,,m ~,;n .+ la,~ , t, ot unarms iown ~]gn nOOl. : ...... i.,, r oubleda,, [ on Saturday, July 1961, at pub if%.- ,.,a --. + | lie auction at the front' door of the m erryvme. [County Court House of Jefferson i County, West virginia, the follow Humidity seen as key factor in ing described r e a! estate, situate spreading influenza. , in Charles Town District of Jet- PUBLIC SALE Of House and Lot AT SHENANDOAH JUNCTION ! Pursuant to the terms of a cer. tain deed of trust made by James E. Brand, Jr. and wife to the un- dersigned trustee, dated June 1, 1955, recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 206, page 40, the um i dersigned will offer for sale at !public auction in front of the Court House in Charles Town, W. Va. on SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1961 AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. (DST) all those certain lots of land, with ferson County,: West Virginia, improvements thereon, situated at shenandoah Junction, in said county and state, known as Lots 9. 10, 11, 12 and 13, in Block No. 17, as the same are laid off and desig nated on the plat of Shasta, re. corded in said office in Deed Book Y, page 129. This property is the former res idenee of the late C. T. Cross. It is For improved by modem 8-room stuc co dwelling house, with tile bath, |oil hotwater baseboard heating, aLl |modern built-in kitchen, hard | wood floors downstairs, and is in I =. excellent condition, in a splendid 5TH. GENERATION IN CONSTRUCTION PHONE 1015 Charles ToWn, W'. Va. Or Call Collect To PHONE AM 3-9411 Martinsburg, W. Va. location, ready for immediate oc- cupancy. The ftve lots are 50 feet in frontage each by 126 feet in depth. TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash on day of sale and the rest. due in two equal annual install- ments evidenced by the notes of the purchaser bearing interest from date of sale, said deferred payments to be secured by a deed o,~ t:,.usL on s,.id real estate: (or a III I May, 18-tf. that is to say: "All of that certain lot or parcel of land situate near the northern boundary of Ranson in Charles Town District, Jeffer son County, West Virginia, being all of lot number 8, as the same is bounded and described accord- ing to a Survey of West Edgewood Subdivision made by J. Jas. Skin her, S. J. C., dated May 16, 1956, a plat of which is recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of the said County in Deed Book 212, at page 229, to which survey and plat reference fs here by made," Being the same real estate con- veyed to the undersigned trustee by a eertain deed of trust from Tempi# G. Wheeler and Helen C. Wheeler, his wife, and ArthurL. Wheeler and Barbara A. Wheeler his wife, bearing date of the 33rd day of September, 1959 and being of record in the aforesaid County Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 234 at page 305. The terms of sale shall be one- third cash on day of sale ,balance in two equal installments, eviden. ced by the notes of the purchaser bearing even date with day of sale, payable on or before one and two years after date respectively, bearing interest from date at six percent per annum, payable semi, annually, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold and assign ment of fire insurance in a reas onable amount upon the buildings therein, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payment as he may de- sire. Signed: J. Errol Ward, Trust Offi- cer of the Blakeley ]}ank and Trust Company of Ran larger part or all cash at the purl son, West Virginia, as trus chaser's option.) [ tee. LEE BUSHONG ]Luke E. Terry Trustee I Attorney for Trustee. July 6-4t- l June 9-4t. sr, Ab 0CA THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 3---B Sunday dinner guests at the anti daughter of tlagerstown, Md. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Miss Margaret itouser. Ilouser Sr. arid daughters werei Mr. and Mrs. Ernest th)user Jr. Nixon setting up intensive speak By Miss Margaret Houser anti Mr and Mrs. Adam Prain of ing tour. Charles Town anti Waterford, Va.l Berry Grimm son of Mr. and Mr..and Mrs. Dick l,ynch of Ran-[ Historic antique table found in Mrs. James (;rimn~ happened with son, Mr, and Mrs. Tanner llouser White House. an accideqt on July 4th. while shooting fire crackers, which could have been fatal, it was only luck things happened as it (lid. Miss Karen Gift who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Bond and family and Mrs. Anna Bond in Harpers Ferry returned home on Friday. Mrs. Anna Bond of Harpers Ferry is visiting her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wal. lace Gift and family. Mr. Iterbert Irvin who fell re- cently and hurt an ankle is able to get around now. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Irvin motored to Samples Manor on Sat- urday and Visited Mrs. Irvins Uncle Mr. Eddie Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riley and son of Virginia were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pierson and family. Mrs. Charles Knott who has been in Manistee Mich. visiting her husband, returning home Sun- day morning Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Heft. master and family of Rockville, Md., visited her mother Mrs. Mage Molar and son over the week end. for heating your home with oil IT'S () IT'S (~) IT'S DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. DEPT STORE Don't be left out in the cold when the weatherman forecasts a drop in temperature . . get luxurious warmth from our top-quality blan. ket's which yoff can get now at tremendous pre- season savings. Plan ahead . . lay-away now ! BEAUTY BLEND BLANKETS" 90% Rayon, 10% Orlon Acrylic Fibers. Large Assortment of Colors Reg. $4.99 SALE .44 HIGHLANDER BLANKETS Beautiful Plaid Colors Extra Warmth- Extra Durable - Fast Colors. Reg. $5.99 SALE STATE PRIDE 100% VIRGIN ACRRIC BLANKETS Washable - Fast Drying- 100% Nylon Binding Reg. $7.99 SALE $ .88 i [ ,,, ,, Layaway your blankets now while the selection is tre- mendous and prices are low. A small deposit will hold your purchases., When cold weather comes you will be ready. i u LI i. ~ _ LUXURY BLEND BLATIKETS 88% ,Rayon, 12% Nylon. Large Array of Colors. JUST .99 100% ACRILAN BLANKETS 7" Binding, Mildew Proof-- Mothproof. Reg. $9.99 SALE $ STATE PRIDE REVERSIBLE BLANKETS 2 BLANKETS IN ONE 75% Rayon, 25% Acrilan Double Woven Reg. $9.99 SALE STATE PRIDE ELECTRIC BLANKETS 2-Yr. Replacement Guar- antee. Completely washa- ble. Single Control. Double BSd.. SALE SHEET BLANKETS Plaids SALE Cash Charge Layaway DEP1 9 - 9 Fri. 9 - 6 Sat. /? i!!i