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Parent.Teacher . !children bo roa+" onroI1 merit next year) from the first g Of Y" grade through the senior high in ar Set school Each of these groups will have a parent and a teacher to lead Monday Night 7:45 the discussion and it is hoped that all parents attending will The first P. T. A. meeting of bring questions, wories and sug- current school year will be igestions that might enlighten us Monday, October 1 at the all. Denny Elementary School After the group discussions, ev 7:45 p. m. After the business session, dur which time all new teachers the Charles Town Ranson system will be introduced A. C. Nerhood will present program for the evening. program subject will be Do We Want to Know A- Our Schools." At this time, will be divided into s of the following classifica and return to separate class Pre-school (for parents whose $2;50 Per Week "Mas'her" washer, It cost only Easy pay for. more; water hot washes eleaner. Saves work ~ad See it now! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO, IHC 114 North charles St. Charles Town, W. Ca. L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY :rtms.,t INSURANCE AND m x ze [ REAL ESTATE !| Mason Building .,.| Phone 735 Ore? i]Charles Town, W. Va. LnS No other monument eryone will return to the auditor- ium where a three minute report will be made as results by the leader. Refreshments will be served. Special Opportunities Being Offered By Army To Prior Service Men Outstanding opportunities for reenlistment of prior service members and entry into active duty for National Guard and U. S. Army Reserve personnel have just been announced by Depart- ment of the Army. M/Sgt. George R. Sehurr, Army Recruiter for the Panhandle Area says the reentry advantages ap- ply to two categories of former l Regular Army personnel: those separated over 90 days but less~ 'than 24 months and those out of service between 24 and 36 mon- ths. In the first category, personnel released in pay grades E-3 throu I gh E-7 who posses a Military Oc- cupational Speciality listed as a shortage skill may reenlist in the !grade held at time of discharge. Those in the latter group who i possesses a shortage MCS and held pay grades E-6 or E-7 may reenter the Army in the next low er grade; E-5's and below whose MCS is not in oversupply may al so return in the next lower grade. Army National Guard or U. S. Army Reserve enlisted personnel currently in grades E-1 through ~E4 whose MCS is not surplus may volunteer for two years act ice duty or enlist in the Regular Army. Applications, submitted '! through the individual's Comman der to Corps, may also be made by men released from active duty or six months active duty in the past three years. National Guardsmen or Reser. [vists released from active duty or mx months active duty within the past three years as E-Us, E-6's or E-7's who do not possess a crit ical MCS may be ordered to act- ive duty for -two years as E-4's or may enlist if qualified. Sgt. Schnurr haa a list of all MCS's needed by Department of the Army and will be glad-to sup ply more information on reen- listment opportunities. A visit to his office on the 3rd Floor of the Court House, Martinsburg, W. Va. or a telephone call t9 lalm at AMherst 7-6681 may mean a bright future for you. can be "just as good" as a NOTICE TO CREDITORS. m To the Creditors and Benefic. iaries of the estate of Lillie Eliz- abeth Biller, deceased: All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Lillie Eliza. beth Biller, deceased whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le, gally verified to the undersigned, at my office i~ the Cit;y of 1~,r- per's tin,Pry, W. V~. on or before 14th day of March 1962, at 10:00 o'clock,A. M., otherwise they may by law be excluded from all ben- eflts of said estate All boneftcisx- ies of said estate ~ vmedfied to be present oct said d~y ,'to+ protect their +ia~terests. Given under my hand this 14th day of September, 1961. ~ D" ~OI~ Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Sept. 14-3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the estate of Evan Al- bert Nason, deceased: All persons having claims a. gains, the estate of Evan Albert Nason, deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned. a~ my office In the Cl~ty of Hax- ' Der*s Fer~'Y "West Vt,r~lvd~t, on or before March 14, 1962 at 10:00 +o'clock A. M. otherw+ise ~lhey m~ty by l~w. be excluded from all ben- !eflts of s~d estate. All bevieflciar- les of so, id esbete axe no+ACted to !be present on sazid day to protect thei,r tu rests. I Given under my hand this 14th day of September, 1961. D. ~OLS COmmissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Sept. 14.3t Rock of Ages" Monument available only from your Rock of Ages Authorized Dealer. MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS West John Street' Amherst 7 - 6141 -W. Va. C. ODOM, Owner NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Cre and Benefic." iaries of the estate of Lucy Jane i Greene, deceased: All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Lucy Jane Green, deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, a/~ my office in ,the Cl+ty of .I-Iax- per's Ferry West Virgini~, on ar before March 14, 1962 at 10:00 o'clock A. IVL ot~herWtse ~_ey may by law. ,be excluded f~om a1 ,ben- eftts of said estate. A~I ~benefl~ar- les of sa~d ~ vxe ,nonSked to ,be presertt c~ sai.d day to protect their tn,t~re~ts. Given under my hand this 14th day of September, 1961. IJEWI$ D. NIC~IOZ~ Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Sept. 14-3t Have You Checkedmi ,o, ,hi s oro ou,a ] not be accepted and a waiting list .~ _ I had to be established as early as our Inspection [last April. Sticker Recently I Have you checked your inspee tion sticker recently? West Virginia Motorists are cautioned to observe closely their inspection sticker to determine the exact expiration date. The Motor Vehicle Inspection Bureau in Charleston requested the full- est cooperation of all law enfor- cement officers in an attempt to check on expired inspection stick ers. Records in Motor Vehicle In- spection Bureau show that 213,- 071 vehicles have been inspected to date as compared to 219,495 of last year. Pfc. Jerry Hovermale Re.Enlists in Army U. S. Forces, Okinawa (AH- TNC)--Pfc. Jerry R. Hovermale, son of Mrs. Bertha E. Hovermale, i 214 W. John St., Martinsburg, W. Va. recently re-enlisted for four years in the Regular Army. while serving as a clerk in the 61st Ar. tillery's Battery A on Okinawa. Hovermale entered the Army in April, 1959, completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. and arrived overseas in June 1960. The 21 year old soldier is a 1958 graduate of Martinsburg High School. Gerald M. Anders Enrolls At Presbyterian College m One student from Charles Town is enrolled at Presbyterian Col- lege at Clinton, S. C. as the fall semester of the 1961-62 school year gets underway. He is Gerald M. Anders, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Anders of 326 Second Avenue. Presbyterian opened its 82nd session with a student body of 537. Of this total, 42 are women and 197 are new students enroll- ed at PC for the first time. The college faced the largest mass of qualified applicants in its history among the candidates seeking ad On Tuesday, September 12, Mrs. Leila McDonald Childs a for mer resident of Jefferson County celebrated her 90th birthday at the Park Hill Convalescent ttome in Ballimore, Md. Mrs. Childs was married to two prominent Jef ferson County farmers, first to Lewis W. McDonald by whom she had eight children and sec, ond to J. William Childs. Mrs. Childs was gowned in blue with white lace cuffs and collar and wore a cap of pale blue lace. Many felicitations and gifts were received by her. Ice cream, pun- ch and a white birthday cake with blue candles, from which she blew out all the candles were served to her twenty guests. Among her family present were her daughters, Mrs. Esther Merchant, Mrs. Lucy Staubs, Mrs. Herman Schaden, her granddau- ghter Miss Louise Easterday and grandson Temple Merchant. Mrs. Childs who has thirteen grandchildren and twenty one great grandchildren is also the mother of Mrs. Paul B. Easterday of Charles Town and Mrs. Wil- liam Park of Brookline, Mass. The highlight of the afternoon was Mrs. Childs singing for her guests songs of the old days with her concluding songs being "Dix- ie" and "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny". Sunday Services For Assembly God Church The Rev. William P. Reed pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God located on Fairfax Boulevard on Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ ced the following schedule of meetings for Sunday and subse- quent week nights. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. morning worship service at 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m. Cucgday the Christ Ambassador. ia Asgocialion for Supervigor . SPIRrP OP YBFFERII )N *a tt ADVO A'PE meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Bible and Curriculum DevelopmenL to [ Study at 7:30 p.m. be held there Oct. 1-2 and 3. T O_HURS AY, SE _EM E 2g, ::61 , PT B R a.+ i Miss tteflebower is president ~|ee MA~l~,l~tu~,~e Ta 'of the state association and she ]will be the toastmaster. I consultant. ' 1*It+3 ll+ll~;li~l/W+l IV will preside for the programs [ Dr. Charles Bush of the Nation I Mrs. Carr will assist with ar. _ _ _ each day. lal Education Association, direct lranging the music for the pro- Pr qd For Dr. Don McGarey professor of ]or of the project for talented lgram. ......... education at Penn State College [children will be featured speal~eri , .. tm . tan m will be the principal speaker for Ion one of the programs, ttis talkI GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY ee.ng Next week the banquet program at which will be on "New Frontiers in In-] ___ Dr. James Moler of Charles Town !struction." He will also act as ~ Advertise In The Splrlt-Advoeate Miss Diane Snyder, Mrs. Ron- ' , ald Carr, County music instruc- tors and Miss Lucille Heflebower director of instruction in Jeffer- son County schools, will leave here Sunday, for Jackson's Mill where they will attend the three day meeting of the West Virgin im[ mm mm mm mm LI Kitchens Playrooms... Bathrooms... Tile Floors... Ceramic Tile Call For I 5TH. GENERATION IN CONSTRUCTION PHONE 1015 Charles Town, W. Va, Or Call Collect To PHONE AM 3-941i Martinsburg, W. Ca. "May 18-tf. Illl I I I The Residence of the late Harry M. Brown, located in the 300 Block of West North Street in Charles Town, W. Va., WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE at Public Auction in front of the Jef- ferson County Court House in Charles Town, W. Va., on AT 10:00 A. M.--E. S. T. LARGE LOT fronting about 100 feet on West North Street, improved by a 10 Room House with bath and basement. Covered with Asbestos Siding, Storm Windows. TERMS :--See Bank of Charles Town, Agent. PROPERTY MAY BE INSPECTED BY CONTACTING TRUST DEPT. OF THE BANK OF CHARLES TOWN, PAUL E. MILLER, JR., Auctioneer. OR BANK OF CHARLES TOWN, Agent HEIRS OF HARRY M. BROWN" Sept. 28 and October 5-2t. 1 For the man who prefers the luxurious "feel" of a big car ... or needs one for obvious family reasons.. Ill i This is the one for the big-car man. Spacious, handsome, powerful. Compare it with other cars at its price. It stands out like a man among the boys. Has those big extra values a man likes. THE EXTRAS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENOE Take comfort. It's a 6-passenger car without qualification. Has extra room, a longer (1200 wheelbase than other cars in its class. A smoother, quieter ride-the result of exclusive Cushion-Link Suspension and greater use of soundproofing. Finer performance-a choice of "6" or three brilliant V-8's for any power-economy com- bination you wish. And you'll like the extra savings... NEEDS ROUTINE SERVIOE ONLY TWIOE A YEAR.,, ... at 6,000. to 80,000-mile intervals. Changing oil, for example, now only has to be done every 6,000 miles. A new-type anti-freeze, anti- rust coolant lasts 2 years or 30,000 miles! And a dozen other self- servicing features cut upkeep still further. Stop in. Size up a Mercury Monterey for value. The price? Well within the popular-price ravse, LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION 1962 MERCURYS PRODUCTS OF ~ MOTOR COMPANY WIN A 1962 MERCURY AT OUR ANNOUNCEMENT SHOWING. 18 OARS GIVEN AWAY. 12,680 PRIZES IN ALLI (See your Mercury dealer and see how you can win one of these fabulous prizes. Now to October 14.) =0= EAST LIBERTY STREET PHOI ," , ,~m ,~8 TOWN. w. v& ll~ l Ill. I ll l . 111 11 " 11 I +Ill , , - '