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r The annual report of Jefferson County Chapter American Red Cross just released shows that all phases of the program which the chapter carries on had a success- ful and active year during the period of July 1, 1960 through June 30, 1961.~ With a goal of $5790 a total of $5521 was contributed by 1600 persons. Local share to the Nat- ional Red Cross program was $2151. According to the annual report the following detailed fig- ures show the activities and ex- penditures of the chapter for the year: Home Service Program: Coun soling in personal and family problems were given to t30 cases. When men go into military ser- vice anti~ e'v~ntually.'are dischar-~ fed from it, problems frequently develop that families find diffi- ~t!R to "solve .0ne. ,Through coun ~eling, th~ Re'd Cross aids service i~lien and members of their fam- es to plan and carry out ways ~f metirLg t~ese problems. Servic- ks were given" to 61 servicemen ~1 veterans and 38 civilians. ~oans'were given out in the a- ~nount of $35.00 and outright ~rants totaled $582.05; Receipts ~ere $35.00. Jefferson County ~hapters share of the Commun- y Christmas Dasket program a- ~lounted to $1~7.89. Other servi- Ces expenditures, namely salary, .~elephone, telegraph, postage, ren ~1, fund raising, publicity and $*ther office and management ex- penses totaled 1725. Several vol- unteers contributed many hours this particular welfare ser~)ice. There were 14 inductees served ~y the canteen and the members ~f these inductes fa~nilis received ~ters and phamplets explaining ~hat local Red Cross Chapter ~,:ould do for them in C~/se of em- Fgencies, allotments, etc. ' Disaster Program-Red Cross isastq~r asistance is given to met basic human needs at all mes. During the year 6 families Discontinuing the Dairy Business, I will sell the Following located 3, miles West of Martin~burg, 1/4 mile South of Noilville, on Ridge Ro~d, on BEGINNING AT 12:30 P. M. SHARP, (D.S.T.} 50 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE 50 Chain No. 82, Holstein Cow, fresh with calf by side, artificial calf. Chain No. 97, Holstein Cow, fresh, with calf by side, artificial calf. Chain No. 16, HOlstein Cow, fresh, with calf by side, artifi- cial calf. Chain No. 55, Holstein Cow, fresh, with calf by side, artifi- cial calf. Chain No. 18, ltolstein Cow, fresh, with calf by side, arti- ficial calf. Chain No. 67, Holstein Cow, fresh by day of sale, Artificial bred. Chain No. 50, Guernsey Cow, will freshen August 21, 1961, artificial bred. Chain No. 75, .Holstein Cow, will freshen August 22, 1961, artificial bred. Chain No. 64, Holstein Cow, will freshen August 24, 1961. artificial bred. Chain No. 2, Holstein Cow, will freshen August 31, 1961. Chain No. 66, Guernsey Cow, fresh with calf by aide, ~rtifi- ciai calf. Chain No. 96. Holstein Gow, will freshen August 26. 1961, artificial bred. Chain No. 6, Holstein Cow, will freshen October 26, ]b961, artificial bred. Chain No. 10, Holstein Cow, will freshen October 10, 1961. artificial bred. Chain No. 11~ Holstein" Cow, will freshen October 25, 19~1, artificial bred. Clmin No. 95, Holstein Cow, will freshen OctOber 25. 1961, i enrolled in swimming classes I with 113 of these receiving cer- tificates. Three instructors gave 80 hours of service, 3 water saf- ety aides gave 60 hours, 3 bas- ket room attendants gave 90 hours and one aide gave 20 hours making a total of 250 hours. Mr. William Griffith, Water Safety Chairman showed a film entitled were assisted through counseling Your breath can save a Life in and finar/cial aid. The cost of the December, which was viewed by program was $99.06. 1332 students from 12 through 18 Blood Program: Everyone may years. at one time or another need Nursing Services-All of us blood. He may ned it ~or one of its products as a defense against need to know the basic princip- les of caring for the sick in the disease. He may need blood to home. To provide this type of help him recover from an illness care the Red Crbss has classes a- or accident or he may need it to yailable in Home Nursing. This save his life. By organizing a nat year one class in Home Care of ionwide network of blood centers the Sick and Injured was taught to collect" blood the American Red by Mrs. Edna O. Stigers, chair. Cross makes it available to those man of Nursing Services. This needing it. This year five Blood was held at the Citizens Fire Hall mobile visits were made to this cafes. Mrs. Stigers gave 25 hours chapter. The local chapter is a of volunteer service. Nurses as- small segment of the Washington Regional Blood Center which is a sisted at all five visits of the Blood Mobile and at the :First- part of the network. Our pro-rata Aid Booth in the County Fair. share to the center was $318.00 for administration and distribut- Service Groups and Votmteers- ion costs. Local expenses for can- The Volunteer is the basic stren Heading the 153 4-H Club members from Jefferson county who attended the County 4-H camp- teen, postage, publicity, etc. was gth of the Red Cross. Virtually ing period held the week of Suly 24 at Camp Frame near Hedgesvllle in Berkeley county werre $219.51. Our quota for the year all o~ the services listed above the Chiefs add Sagamores shown above. They are, front row, left to right:---Polly Merchant, Donnie was 614 pints of blood of which would be impossible without the Hetzel, Jack Wysong, Ann Wilt, Mary Randolph Smith. Back row, left to right:---Ileen Catrow, we collected 444. In spite of the work of the hundreds of volun. Janet Payne, Barbara Gall Creamer, Jimmy Kinkead and Alice Link. fact that we have not reached teers from Jefferson County who our quota in the past few years, serve the Red Cross. Canteen 153 SG00 In Fines F0rfe[h attendSUndaYsundaym°rningschool,the grOUPwith willthe our local hospital receives an ad Workers under the direction of Cabinet meeting to follow. It will equate supply of blood every two Mrs; Lacey Galley, 19 w°rkersl4[ llU weeks by motor corps from Wash gave 373 hours of service. Motor Collected By Ranson be held at the Moose Club Home. ington Regional Blood Center. Corps.5 workers gave 16 hours m President Brown called upon First Aid and Water Safety-Ac of service, tSaff aides-36 workers Police h |n I [u local Lions to have their dinner cidents in this country are the ~ave 802 hours. Nurses Aide-1 ~ur,nu JUij[ at home this Tuesday evening fourth leading cause of death, nurse gave 22 hours. Registered ....... and then report to the club's The Red Cross helps to reduce Nurses 10 gave 108 hours. Baby Tne town or ltansons ~reasury paper building located on North this tragic toll of accidental Sitters-2 gave 33 hours. First Aid One hundred'fifty three 4-H was ~g:~cnea ~y annul Sa~o uur- Street to collect paper. Those death and injury through instruc- 1 instructor gave 40 hours. Water Club members and fohrteen A- .ag _ memo o.t ~my mrougn Who have paper are asked to set tors and education. The back Safety-10 persons gave 260 hours, dulL Leaders attended Jefferson me e~orts o~ mew two town pop it out so that the collectors can bone of this service is a corps of Home Nursing-1 instructor gave County 4-H Camp the week of icemen as they made a total of see it. 48 arrests which produced fines The meetin- for Au,, 22 will volunteer instructors trained 25 hours: For a total of 85 per- July 24 held at Camp Frame near . ~ ~,. through chapfers and National ,sons gave 1697 hours of volun- Hedgesville. • and costs totalhng $500. he in the Corm of a c-ot" o-t a* I A breakdown of the arrests Y~_ ~ • * ..... ~ "~" *'.~ * Acquatie schools. Locally a first Leer service to the Red Cross. The theme for the camp was • me ,egton nero zor memoers showed 20 motormts were arrest nd their fa il- an-" "he ""t'l- aid station was manned at the Jr. Red Cross-The Junior Red "Aim High". Classes, assemblesoae.,.~,~o~m...~.,,-h,~,~.,: a m y u t ,,~ t e Jefferson County Fair in 1960.Cross provides opportunities for and council circle were planned ano~erVl~l~erea'v~re'l~en~e~l":~ League team which the club spon Two standard First-aid Coursesyouth to participate in many around this theme. While at r,v on ~,,,., a charge of passing in a no pass-. ..... were held during the year by N. chapter service programs as vol- camp members were divided in- ing zone; nine were arrested for[ • ~n .. ~ w Clark Furr. One class was conduc unteers and a series of service to four tribes, the Mingos, the being drunk in public; and an-[Jerrv w~[[e ~.~[~[ ted for school bus drivers and a activities that are carried on in Cherokees, the Senecas and the class at Dixie Narco, issuing 36 the school. School children were Delewares. , other four were charged with ~ J -~" ....... reckless driving. Four other per ~,~ V,d,^&^llA .... /*1...... certificates. The station at the responsible for 1600 tray favors Tribal classes intruded Music, sons were charged either with IUI l~llg|~lNWb ~|glbb fair was under the direction of that they made for the V. A. Con Nature, 4-H Information and the running a stop sign, driving on ...... N. clark Furr and Mrs. Edna O. ter, Charles Town General Hos Heart H. [an expired driver's license, per- ,a.anouncemeat nas oeen mane Stigers, Nursing Chairman. pital and the Pentecostal HomeOther classes open to campers mitting-a drunken person fo that Jerry White will be the in Bolivar. A Christmas tree was During the summer of 1960 198 supplied for the Charles Town were Camp Cokery, Charting, drive their car, or driving under speaker for the Sunday morning the influence of alcohol Conservation, Archery, How To " " meeting of the Yokefellows Bible General Hospital and decorated. Use Tools, What's Going On, Cro- The Red Cross is an organizat- cheting and Knitting, Physical Class of the Charles Town Pros ion of many people and units Fitness, Singing, Flower Arrange byterian Church• The class meets working together to provide ser- ments, promptly at 9:45 a. m. with F. E. vices that are beyond the resour- Crafts included leather belts, Brenneman leading in group sing cos of any one persons to give. copper jewelry, pin-up lights, me- inf. Mr. White will speak at ten The Organizations continuous saids, stools and wooden boxes. I o'clock. All members are asked to program and its hundreds of eel. Assisting with the camp in ad- attend and bring a friend or unteers make it possible for the diti0n to Ed Saville, County A- guest with them Sunday morn. chapter to be on hand to help gent and Marian Myers, 4-H Club[ inf. whenever and wherever human Agent were Juhling McClung,] Final approval of a loan of " NEED amses. Rupert Bosley, Mary Charles $265,.000 ire Shepherd College at Adams. County Camp instructors Shepherdstown by the Ho~sing fl'b~n fhe state office ~tffd the ~ol and: Home Finance Agency of lowing Adult Leaders, Mrs. Ina Washington, has been given, ac- Merchant. Mrs. Dorcas Rams-cording to word received here burg, Mrs. Margaret Link, Mrs. late last Thursday afternoon by Alice Link, Miss Mary Randolph Congressman Harley O. Staggers By Miss Lillian Myers Smith, Miss Eleanor Kable, Mrs. of this Second Congressional Di~ Eddie Mills, Mr. Gilbert Creamer, tricE. Congressman Staggers has Mr. Frank Benner has return- Mr. Denny Hetzel, Mr. Woodrow been pushing for completion of ed home after having been a pa Parsons, Mr. Earl Kidwell. the financing arrangement for tient in the Charles Town Hospit During the week. older club some time. al for the past three weeks. His members participated in the 4-H The funds are alloted for a Stu many friends are glad to know he Chatting class and the following dent Union Building on which is getting along nicely, were awarded their 4-H Pins: Bar work has already Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Broeden bara Creamer, Norma Whetzel, been started. Ground for the and his mother Mrs. Martha Ben Marshall, Paxton Marshall, building was broken in June. Breeden spent last week in Mr. Bill Wilt, Ludmilla Bratina, Car- The loan which was first up- Carroll, Ill. el Merchant, Carol Skinner, Jim- regional in Phil~del- Mr. Donald Cross spent the my Kinkead, Richard Blue, Betty~seht to Washing- wekend with his sister and bro- Lou Catrow, Donnie Hetzel at ton, is for repayment through in Mr. and Mrs. Gran- closing Council Circle. come from fees paid by the stu- ville Mercer in Washington. Wayne Brewer of Leetown wasdents. The students had asked Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive Myers selected as "Spirit" of the camp. for such a facility which is not and daughter Suzanne and Miss Ann Wilt as Head H. Dorcas like any other facility on the cam Lillian i~yers spent several days Ramsburg the Heart H, Janet pus. Plans for the building were last week with their cousin Mrs. Payne, Hand H. Joe Cloud, Heal approved before Government ap Henry M. Walker at her cottage th H: proval was given. on the Chesapeake Bay, Edwards Other awards presented thatThe building of three story ville, Va. night were the Tribal Loyaltyconstruction, is to be of mason- Mrs. Oscar Seal is confined to which went to Linda McKee, Cam ary and brick containing bowling her home by illness. Tamm, Sharon Smallwood, Jane alleys and other recerational fac- The Baptist Sunday School pic Goodell, Peggy Currier, Christ- ilities, also lounging, dining fac, nic will be held Saturday, Aug- ine Sherman, Joseph Cloud, Alice ilities, a snack bar and kitchen, usE 12 at 6:30 at the park in Mar Knott, Linda Link, Gone Met. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 2--B THURSDAY, g DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAM][NED- GLASSES FITTED Houre:--9:45 - 5:00---Closed Tuesday and "OPEN EVENINC~ By Appointment Onty. Phone 786 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, "Washday blues: I scrub, rinse, wring, iron the old4ashioned way... Up-to-dat equipment would sure make the j0b easiert" OUR BANK'S ECONOMICAL APPLIANCE LOANS MAKE SUCH EQUIPMENT EASIER TO BUY. ASK US FOR THE DETAILS! :SEE _ EDDIE PiNE i -----at the--.-- artificial bred. Chain No. g, Holstein Cow, will freshen September 24, 1961, Chain No. 68, Holstei~t Cow, will freshen November 14, 1961, artificial bred. Chain No. 9. Holstein Cow, will freshen November 14, 1961, artificial bred. Chain No. 4, Holstei~ Cow, will freshen December 9, 1961, artificial bred. Chain NO. 94, Holstein Cow, will freshen December 9, 1961, ar tificai bred. Chain No. 63, Holstei~ Cow. will freshen December 29, 1961, artificial bred, Chain No. 15, Holstein Cow, will freshen December 14; 1961, artificial bred. Chain No. 7, ltelsteln Cow, will freshen December 24, 1691, artificial lzred. ~ ' ' Chain No, 27, H~Is~u~ Cow, full flow Of milk, bred back. Chain No. 1, Helstdin Cow, full flow of milk, just bred ba~k. Chain No. 70, Cow, milking, just bred back. Chain No. 61, Cow, first calf, full .flow milk. open. Chain No. 60, Cow, first calf heifer, fu~l flow of milk, bred ~rtlflcially. Chain No. 78, m;r Cow, full flow of milk, bred 4-9.61 artificially.~ Chain No. 24, Hol~stein Cow, full flow of ndik, bred 3-24.6I ar tificia~lg. . .... . Cl~in No. ~5, H~lstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred 5-14-61 artificially. . Clan No. 3, H~stein Cow• full flow of milk, brad 5-13-61 artificially. Chain No. 62, I~olstein Cow, ~utl flow of milk, bred 4-26-61 artificially. , .... Chain No. 5, ASTshire Cow, full flow of milk, bred 7-11.61, , artificially, f Chain No. 57, l~i01stein Cow, full flow of milk. often, Chain N~. 53, ~ Holstein Nurse Cow. Purebred Hois~tein Bull, 3 year~ 01d. 5 Holstein H,Hfers, yearlings; 2 Angus Heifers, yearlings; uuernsey Heifer, 6 months old. This is~ an exceptionally good herd of d~iry cattle, TB and Ban~S t~ted 30 days prior to sale, health eertifie&tes will be given with each individual animal on day of s~le. Cattle may t~ inspeeted any time. D,H.I.A, re~orsls will be read on thesb c~ttle on day of sale, 2 Surge Milker Units; 2 DeLaval Milker Units; (sterling) Double Wash-Up Tank. TERMS O1~" S~J~:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. WILLIAM R. FORD, Owner SPENCER MARPOLE, Manager EDWARD "NED" MOBROW, Auctioneer• C. WM, HN~KELL, JR., Clerk. ~d, 10 - 2~. CONSUMERS CREDIT Phone 10 Charles Town, W. E H., L. MILLS GASOLINE STATIONS .... CH. RLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST llth and 12th GET A VERY BEAUTIFUL 17-OUNCE SIZE GOLD BANDED GOBLET Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chrisman Special leadership awards were meetitag were read anc[ appv0ved, given to Gilbert Creamer and New business was to" fl~|sh re- of~ Leetown visited Mrs. Ruth Denny Het~l. , modeling the club room inside ¢legg and'Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Welty and sons Saturday night.I II ITeLi all Report on lawn pal;ty showed Mr~and Mrs: Marvin Breeden {: n d As st $112.14 was realized from it. Ap: and f~tly and Mrs. Oven John ~-t C preciation was expressed to all stown :were v.isitors Sunday with n C of those who helped to make it a Mrs. Grace Ainsworth in Olney, [0 ru ~Jon Ponds success. The meeting was adjourn Md. They also visited Mrs. John ed to meet Sept. 7 at 8 p. m. tinsburg, chant, Brenda SLum, Vicki Blue, Ranson Helpers Ilave Ginger and Richard Andrews Janet Kite, Katie Wilt, Janie have returned to their hon#e in Crane, Richard Magaha. Aberdeen, Md. after having spent The Green and White Junior Business : i'i the past month with their grand- Leadership discs were presented parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal. to Mary Ellen Blue, Pat.Hefle- Ranson Helpers Club held their :'~ The Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lu- bower, Barbara Hough, Betsy Wy regular monthly meeting Thurs cas and family of Monroe, Va. song, Dave Derr, Margaret Ham, day, Aug. 3 with 13 members pro are visiting her parents Mr. and stead, Pam Link, Cindy Miller, sent. • Ht~s. Ed Hamomnd and aunt Miss Nancy Osbourn, Bill Wit% Kitty The meetin was o ened by •Actual Size : ( Can~illa WiltshiTe. Karyl Link, Marian Merchant, the presidentgfollowe~ by the F.v,[61 E Marcy Reid, Margaret Saville. chaplain Ruth Nichols reading • Useful. ,~' The Gold and Blue award was the script 15th chapter of Jop.n presented to Stephen Cloud, with prayer add salute to the • Decorative 7 Jack Catrow, Jane Ikenberry, Pat flag. By M s. Lena Ambrose ti Knee. Rol call and minutes of the last ston's brother Mr. Bushrod Ains- worth who is a patient in Bethes- da Hospital and i~s very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose of Charles Town visited his par ents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose Sunday night. Mrs. Gleadilh Ports of Shep- herdstown and Mr. and Mrs. Mar shall Griffith aod daughter of Luray, Va. viisted Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and daughter Sun day. Mr .and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and son of Rockville, Md. spent the wekend with Mrs. Mabe~ Hard- ing and son Frank. Mrs. P~arl Ell w~d of Wastl- ington spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose ac: companied by Mrs. Elizabeth they atte~cled the grand play The Anvil at the Court House Satur- night, nit •enio d |L The Cast wan really good. Soil Conservation Service tech, nicians have recently assisted K. Lions Hear Of Plans T. F~itts , Leetown and Stewart Crim'SummitP°intinc°nstruct'F fabhet M tn ing and sealing stock water Ponds or ee I g. on their farms. These ponds are planned and located to bring a- Members of the Charles Town bout a better distribution of live Lions Club met Tuesday evening stock for grazing. ' Aug. 8 for a special dinner at ~the Farmers making use of the per Burger Shop, West Washihgton table watering trough forms pro- Street, Charles Town and follow- vided by the Eastern Panhandle ing the dinner Preside t Mar. , p ~oil Cgnset'¢stion District ara Ed shall Brown, told the group of ward McKee, J. P. Burns and plans for entertaining those at: George Hough. tending the Cabinet meeting of ........ Lion officials to be held in Char- Mr. Harry Cain is a patient in los Town the week of August 19. The Newton D~ B~ker Veterans He said plans are to t~ke the Hospital for treatment and obser guests to Harpers Ferry and have ration. Mr. W. E. Gageby is a them see the Civil War Show medical patient in The King Dau Case on Saturday afternoon; then ghters Hospital in Martinsburg. early in the evening go to Shen,I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Miller and and0ah Dowa race track far dhl family moved last week from ner and an evening ofraci ¢!I, the store house here to olivar. tertaxzl dat. ] WiTH EACH OF L PURCHASE Our Premium Gasoline is more than 100-OCTANE ---ACTUALLY A SUPER PREMIUM :! .... " 1 e f~/'1 l [ R 0 S [ N [ - - • , .... Gallon15½c,: :, II GASOLINE RANSON STATIONS