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i l SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r.aMrRs ADVOCATE g--A THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1959 In November; ;Fine Run To $1,518 1"00171 m,2na~lTl(~llt ,~t WomaF~'s Hospital, New York. And while still on a leave of absence she went to Mary Washington Hospit al in Fredericksburg as the as- ssita~t superintendent. Urged Her To Stay She came to like Fredericksburg it's townspeople, the hospital and it's staff so well she stayed on as hospital superintendent for more than 10 years. And upon her re- signation, members of the hospit- al staff, the doctors, patients and Challes Town Police Chief Eph- costs were collected and 27 park- townspeople in general did all r~im Day reported Tuesday that ing meter violators paid fines of they could in urgi,ng her to stay tramc accidents in Charles Town $1. on at the hospital. The Fredericks have shown a wide increase this Speeders led the list of traffic burg Pree Lance-Star newspaper year over 1958, running 27 ahead violations, with 13 being charged in joining in the move to have of last year already. Of the 72 ac for this offense. Another six per- Miss Parkin remain as superinten- ~idents investigated to date ten of s(ms were fined for being drunk dent of the hospital had this to them occurred in November with one for disturbing the peace, one say in an editorial: "A more per- ,property damage amountirLg dur- for forgery, one for failure to sonally likeable woman has ,never tng November to $3,565.00. There yield the right-of-way, one for held the post of hospital super- ~ere also personal injuries in passing on a double white line and intendent. Kindness, courtesy and ~hree of the accidents, Chief Day one for running a stop-sign, sympathy have been her outstand ~aid. I ing attributes both in respect to . During the month of November ~ ~|ee |a~A| U~|n her relations with the patients Chax-les Town Police made a total [ UVlU33 $~YV~I /qllll n, lll and the general public." (~f 94 arresk~ and total collections/ Prom P~ One And judging from the express- ~0 fines ~nd costs during the men | ..... ions of the Charles Town Hospital h rz~n to $1,518.00, Chief Day[ Nursing has been almos~ the Staff, the personnel and many said. 7first love of Miss Parkin sincewho have at one time or another ~ A total of 168 overtime parking childhood. At the early age of been patients in the hospital, the ~ickets were issued and fines were eight she made up her mind she 'same admiration and praise m~ast paid o~ 99 of them. was going to be a nurse. Although go t() her for her outstanding The department also handled 11 the responsibility of caring for work since she came to the Char- funerals, her mother and father delayed les Town Hospital And it is cer- A breakdown of the arrests her nursing plans for a number of tainly with the same profound re- ....... '' h shows that 51 of them were for years, with her mothers deat gret that all who know 'her will speeding 21 were drunks six me- she began ner training in me see her leave the hospital and teL vehicle operators were charged field of nursing.. ....... Charles Town With running the red tra~c light .~ native ot r~orm ~aronna, mzss Although she could have gone signs.Is" six other persons were ar Parkin had already completed el- to one of the top nursing admin- s'es~,ed" 'for disturbing" the peace" ementary and high school educat- istrative jobs in the country, the $wo were cha'rged with failure to io~ in Trinity. She was graduated post of assistant superintendent k~ep their vehicles under control" from George Washington Univer- of nurses at Woman's Hospital in two others on hazardous driving sity's :Hospital School of Nursing New York, Miss Parkin elected in Charges a~d for goi,ng the wrong with Honors and then following stead to serve in much smaller way on a one-way street, graduation she did special work i cities as towns such as 1;'redericks : One person was arrested for at the Children's Hospital and the burg and Charles Town and she ~/eckless driving, one for trespass- Episcopal Ear, Eye, Nose and I says she has never once regretted ~g, one for stoning a stop sign Throat Hospital, Washington. !this decision. ~nd one on a petit larceny charge During 1926-27 she was super- i Although both of her parents During the week of Dec. 5 a to visor of Vhe staff of George Wash have long since passed on, Miss tal of 24 arrests were made by the lngton University Hospital. Then ~Parkin, one of a family of eight C**harles Town Police Depa~rtment she took a leave of absence to ~ording to Police Chief Ephraim take a post-graduate course .in children. She has two brothers ~y. A total of $387 in fines and surgical technique and .operating and three sisters still living. A __ .. ______ ~_ ._ __ ._ ~_~ ~,~., ~,,~: ~[. .... .- i~ brother resides in Evergreen, N. C. and another brother, W. R. Parkin ~'~.~*~1'~'~t~1'~'~'~'~'~"~[3~'~-4.{~'~4-1~ ~ resides in Chapel Hill, He," sisters are: Mrs. E, P. Pepper, Thomas- .... AT.... IN o}!a LINE THIS YEAR YOU WILL IND "IHE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION OF FINE GIFTS.. WATCHES! WATCHES! OUR BEST SELECTION OF FINE WATCHES Liberal T] tde-In For Your Old Watch. DIAMOND RINGS We Invite YOU to COMPARE OUR VALUES BEFORE You BUY Anywhere. Make this year Trade-In Year. Full Value for Your Present Ring Stone On. A Large One. A CCMPLETE LINE OF-- GENTS WALLETS By Basco Gorham Sterling Silver---Community and Rogers 1847 Plated Silverware SPEIDEL WATCH BRACELETS FOR LADIES AND GENTS. A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF VanDel Necklaces, Ear-Rings and Bracelet Sets -- Birthstone Rings. A Beautiful Gift Selection For Men-- Cuff Links and Tie sets; Electric Shavers By Schiek, Norelco, Remington--Sunbeam, Rons m and Zippo Lighters---RINGS for Men, Ladies and Children. AND REMEMBER:---If You Prefer, We Can Arrange A Convenient Budget Payment Plan To Suit You With Payments Starting in Feb- ruary. BRING YOUR SHOPPING LIST TO--- vllle, Ga.; Mrs. T. J. Coviington, Rickville, Md.; and Mrs. Edmund Randolph Codwise, Gaithersburg, Md. Parent From Page One ementary School, the new Charles Town High School and the Char les Town Junior High School, all of which are adequate and reason ably safe. Mrs. Allara then showed what she considered to be the most glar ing need in the Wright Denny School. The pictures taken at the :Wright Denny School she said indicated questionable playground scenery, an inadequate first-aid room, a lack of a teacher's lounge and a cafeteria serving ab@ut 568 Children daftly. The pictures which Mrs. Allara showed also pointed out the two i exits leading from the cafeteria which were regarded as being too narrow; she said there are no fire escapes on the bulldix~g and in case of fire at least one exi~ would be blocked, ca,~ing panic and true fire hazard. She proposed that in view of these existing conditions that the P. T. A. solicit community funds to build a cafeteria on the ground level and present the addition to the Wright Denny School as a gift to the Jeffersoea County Board of Education. Samuel S. Glaize At Marine Officer School Quantico, Vs. (PHTNC) -Cur- rently attending ,the 25th Officer Candidate Course at the Marine Corps School, Quantico, Vs., is Marine Officer Candidate Samuel S. Glaize, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. 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