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| Junior Red Drive to Start in November 1 Mrs. George R. Heidrich, Exe- cutive Secretary, Red Cross Chap ~er has announced t, hat registrat- ion of Junior Red Cross members Will be held duzing the week of ~ovember 1-8 in all county schools affiliated with Jefferson County Chapter. The cooperation of the school authorities is greatly ap- preciated. The cost of member:,h!p is ,~mall and all receipts from ,these mere- berships are separated in a special account and used only for Junior .projects, such as materials to make tray favors, mats, Chz'is~mas brname,nts, etc for the local hos- pital and the V. A. Center through out the year. Enrollment in the American J'm ~ior Red Cross is fox" the calendar year. It is deigned to create mere :bers~ip, provide enrollment fees and provide the necessary funds for local, national and i,nternation al service activities. All con,tribut- ions should be turned into the Chapter foi" deposit by the chapter ~reasurer in the local Junior Red Cross ~ervice Pund. * Each classroom enrolled is en- titled to receive one copy of the American Junior Red Cross News or American Junior Red .Cross Journal, depending on whether it is an elementary school or secon- dary school. Following is the list of Teacher- 8T~onsors and theirh schools: Wri- ght Denny-Mrs. Irene Sutton; Bak el'ton Elementary, Christine G. 6hare; Harpers Ferry High, Mrs, tMargare~ G. Jamison; Charles High School, Miss Helen G P~)berts; Harpers Ferry Elemen- tary ~hool, Mrs. Fern G. Howell: ~lue Ridge Elementary, Miss Dor- 0hy B~rr; Eagle Ave. Elementary i~rs. Lucy Saunders: Page Jackson HJgh School, ,Mrs. A. Lewis; Char- les Town Junior High, Mrs. Virgin la Henshaw;,o~ Kearneysv~lte Elemen ,tary, Mrs. Marion S. Moore; Kab- let0wn Elementary, Dorothy V. Henk.le; P~nson Elementary, Mr. Robert H. Hardman; Grand View ~[rs. Ruby Keeler; Middleway El- ementary, Alice L. Thompson; Lee t~Vn Elementary, Mr. William P. Cmmth. There are several schools who have not sent in the name of their ~eher-Sponsors and it i,s hoped ]'~,t they will notify the Chapter ~ll ~0on as possible. Eig h g-hway From Plaice One $1'tiek was headed East on U. S. l~boute 340 and the two cars wez~e headed west. Damage to the three vehicles a- mounted to about $800. Trooper Barlow said and Wanless was char ged with failure to have his car under control. Tuesday ,night about 10:20 Rob- ert Richard Maupin, 33, Shepherd stown, suffered minor facia~ lacer- ations when a 19"48 l~ord he wa~ "driving went ou~ of control about three miles Sou~h of Shepherds- town on Secondary Route 31. and w~ent through a fence on the Del- bert Flouch property. Corporal I. P, Richardson who investigated the accident, said Maupin was charged with failure to keep his car under control. Corporal Richardson also report ed that two trucks belonging to H. F, Byrd, Inc. and hauling apples were involved in an accident, on U. S. Route 340 a~bout two miles West of Charles Town. Thursday ~,fternocn, Oct. 22 at about 1:30. One truck being driven by Dan iel Armstrong, 21 of Route 2. Har per~ l~erry, started to pass the ot~her truck being driven by David Charles Hillard, 42, Charles Town and his truck slid into the truck being driven by Hillard. Arm- strong suffered a back injury. Corporal Richardson said hun- dreds of apples were strewn over and along the highway as a re- sult of the accident. Armstrong was charged with im proper passing. Damage to the two trucks amounted to about $1,700 Corporal Richardson said. Otizen's Firemen Prom Pa~e One Some Members Ilonored A number of awards were also presented to members of the fire company for their outstanding ser vice to the company and the cam munity. Ezra Campbell was presented a gold firemen's badge by Chief Ken ny Willingham for being the old- ~t active member in years of sex'- vice of the company. He has bee,u an ReLive member for the past 45 years. John Dalgarn was honored for having attended the mos,t number of fires during the year, 91 with assistant fire chief Marvin Dodson presenting the award. Outstanding service awards went to Harry R. Blackford, com- pa,~y vice-president; Robert Nol- and, Alvin Ennis, Jr., Kenneth Kis net, Dav,id Grove and Clarence ~amsburg. These presentations were made by First Lieut. John Dalgarn and Second Lie~,]t. How- ard Whitmore. Harry Blackford also presented Robert Cain, preside,at of the Jef ferson County F~ir with a check in the amount of $600, a donat- ion from the fire company, the money having been raised by the firemen on a carnival which they staged in conneotio,u with the county fair in September. J. Edgar Griffith of Charles Town was awa~ied the $25 Wax' Bond given as a door prize. Invocation for the dinner pro- gram and also t'he closing prayer was by the Rev. Mr. Hauser, Olenn Ramsburg, chairman of the banquet committee, introduc ed t, he following guests: Miss El- ,sic Murphy, Mr. P. O. Dunaway, Mr Joseph Warrenfeltz, Mr. R. J. F~unkhouser, George MulleR, Hen ry Davenport, III, Mr. and Mrs. Leeds Riely, J(~hn S. Alfr~end, Marshall Orndorff, Clarence Sing- has, Mayor Kelly Lance of Ran- son; t,he Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Scholl, the Rev. Temple Wheeler. Mrs. Joh,n Porterfield, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Reger, N. Clark Purr, C'hJef of t'he Charles Town Indep- endent Fire Company and Mrs. Furr, Mr. Leighton Welch, assist- ant chief; Merle Fellers, assistant Chief of the Martinsburg Fire De ~artment; Jack Enders, chief of the Berryville Fire Department and~ Smith McFellen. a member of the compa,ny; Nathan PJhodes, vresident of the Shenherds,town Fire Company and C. W. Shipley, company chief: M. A. I~a,llenger, president of the Harpers Ferry Fire Company and Lloyd Jones, company chief; Paul Mills, pres~- der~t of the Valley Board Fire cam Party. Officers of ~he Citizen's com- pany and also of the Auxiliary of bhe com~a~uy were also introduced. State Fire Marshall Carl Weim- er was also introduced and he spoke briefly as did Wade Thomas assistar~t state fh'e m,arshall. B~h Weimer and Thomas were presented a buvhel ~f Jefferson county apples by the f~remen. FARM WOMEN TO MEET Jefferson Farm Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. J. H. Dutrow. East Washington E~treet. on Tues- day, Novem'ber 3 at 10:00 A. ~Yl. Covered dish luncheon. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 8---A THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1959 ... Newsmakin TVValue! Martin Luther Film To Be Shown Sunday At 7:45 Methodist Church A religious treat will be avail- able Sunday night at the Charles Town Methodist Church whe,u the moving picture of ,Martin Luther's life will be shown. This showing is in commemoration of Refor- mation Sunday. The Service will start at 7:45 P. M. and will be 'held in the new Educational Building. "A second or third seeing of this famous pi'cture will but inspire us to re- cherish our rich privilege of wor- ship today. We cordially invite the public to come. Dr. Richard T. Scholl of the Charles Tow,n Methodist Church announces as his sermon title for this Sunday -- "Perspective--- Lost or Found." The service be- gins at 11 o'clock. Sunday School, ,where there are classes for all ages from 15 months up, meet from 9:30 to 10:30. This is our invitation to these services. The Methodist Ch'jrch of Char les Town cordially invites youth to either of its Fellowship meet- ings which meet every Sunday night at the Church. The Junior High groui~ is comprised of those youth in the 7 through 9 grades. The leaders this week are Caroly,u Brown: Susan Sinn and Charles ,Moler. The Senior High group is comprised of those from the 10 grade up. The leader for this Sun- day's .program is Sandra Hehle. The meetings are always alive in in/crest, warm with Christian spiri!, and educational concerning true Christian livi,ng. The time: 6:30 .... 7:30. P. M. Jeffem-n-Hi-s rical Society To Hold Fall Meet In Charles Town The Jefferson County '. rical Society will hold its regular fall meeting on Saturday afternoon, November 7, i~ t, he Esta Burton Hilteary Museum on South George Street, Charles Town. After a short .business session bhe program will get under way with several members presenting some item of 'historical interest, A. D. Kenamond will lead off wi,t)h a report on "Jefferson County in Vhe News and Otherwise", which will have a lot of history in it. The meeting is scheduled for 2:00 o'clock. Evange t Ranson Church Nov. 3-15 H. B. Kelchner, Flintstone, Md. one of the nation's top Bible teach i.ug evangelist and also a noted au Char, will be in Ranson for a ser ies of services a,t t~he Assembly of God Church during the period of November 3-15 i,t was announced Tuesday by the Rev. Albert Stine. pastor. Mr. Stine said i,t is a real honor for the Ranson church to be able to bring such an outstanding relig ious leader as Mr. Kelchner knto Jefferson County. Mr. Kelchner is in gre~t, demand throughout the na~tion and it was only through a cancellation that Dr. Stine was able to bring him to Ranson. Mr. Kelchner illustrates his ser m(kns with maps, costumes and other materials, usually trying to look the role of the religious les- son he is giving. ffVlr, had Mrs. Eugene Wilt, ~Irs. Annie Wl'l~ and daughters Ant.ion ne$te and Arh~'tus were business visitors i,u Martinsburg Saturday. Lowest Priced, New 21-inch [e only 199 *[true overall diagonal, 262 sq. in. picture) The Lane. 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