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December 18, 1969

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Mrs. Shuman Flew mental hospitals, said that $157.20I had been raised so far This is l enough for twelve footstools and 33 canteen cards for Jefferson County patients in Weston. It was also reported that the Home Demonstration Club of Kable- town had made a number of foot- stools, and that the Betsy Ross The Jefferson County Mental Mrs. B. Frank Humston, Treasur- Home Demonstration Club gave Health Association elected new er. Also elected were four new $5.00 for "Operation Santa Claus" officers at its regular meeting Board members, who will serve Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Humston last week at the holr~e of Mrs. three year terms on the govern- reported on the World Associat- II: tL ttunter ,outgoing president ing board of the organization, ion of Mental Health which they ~w officers who will assume They are: Mrs. Robert Cramer, attended at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington. their duties next month, are Mrs. Mrs. Barbara King, Mrs. Willard Mrs. Laird Marshall spoke fay- Willis Shuman, President; Mr. Martin and Mrs. Willis Shuman. orably on the use of role playing Donald Mickey, Vice President; Mrs. Cramer, reporting for as an interesting technique for ~. Robert Cramer, Recording 'Operation Santa Claus," the pro- stimulating discussion at the Secretary; Mrs. Willard Martin, gram for helping Jefferson Cou- State Mental Health Association Corresponding Secretary; and nty patients who are in the state meeting in Charleston. Now is the time to "ches & Breezeways PROTECTION I This colorful all metal is safe and a world of fun for yOZ,~ ~'~ any youngster, Ideal for gifts. How could there be a more appropriate gift for her. 7h N~ lz I~egisterecl The 9eslget B Pateht~l Than the "MOTHER'S RING" The gift of a million happy memories Twin bands of 14 Karat gold, which symbolize Mother and Father, are joined by lus- trous synthetic birthstones, one for each child in the family. 1~ INTRODUCING 'L~ FOR /Zoi er A beautiful pin with a birthstone for each member of the, family. She will cherish it forever, For Only Buy with confidence. ONLY e carries EVEREADY FLASH LIGHT (And Batteries) 6-PIECE COASTER SET SALT SHAKER And PEPPER MILL a tag with U. S. Patent #18G,183 Look for it. GORHAM SILVER BREAD TRAY STERLING BATON NECKLACE STEBLING BATON CHARM FONDUE SET SHOP NOW FOR CHRISTMAS USE OUR LAY.A-WAY PLAN (Gifts Purchase, Wrapped F-R-E-E Of Charge) OPEN 9 'TIL 9 UNTIL CHRISTMAS W 230 W. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. All Work And Merchandise Guaranteed Phone 725.7411 Remember - If You Don't Know Your Watches, Know Your Jeweler -- It was recommended that this I be used at a future meeting of I the Jefferson County Mental [ Health Association. ] Mr. Sam Craddock, Psycholo- /gist and Co-ordinator for the Tri. [County Alcoholism Program, was ~the main speaker on the program Beginning in January, the Men tal Health AssOciatiOn will meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 8 p. m. in the Bank of Charles Town. Cooper's C-u s kes Undisputed Possession League Lead WXVA HOUS~ES LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams ~ W. L. Cooper's Cubs 33 19 Madden's Monkey's 31 21 Harris Hens 30 22 Buttons Bunnies 30 22 Lloyd's Lions 28~ 23~ Ladendorf's Lambs 23 29 Arundel's Antelopes 22 30 Snyder's Seagulls 21~ 30~ Kirchen's Kittens 21 31 Lupton's Ladybugs 20 32 Ladendorf's Lambs 23 25 I The club wishes to thank eachI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S' ADVOCATE Snyder'S Seagulls 20~ 27~ land ~v~ryohe for their help in[ THURSDAY, I)ECEMBER 18, 1969 Arundel's Antelopes 20 28 ! making their Christmas dance [ ~ . Lupton's Ladybugs 19 29 benefiting the School of Hope a[ Kirchen's Kittens 18 30 i success; also those sending their/IN NEW ZEALAND tree" that doesnt even need -- o-- cootri utions even though they Not all livi as trees Cooper's Cubs and Madden s could not attend, and Miss Shir- . e Monkey's moved into a tie for the ley Riley, Mr. Danny Tablet, and are spruce or fir. In New Zealand name since it blooms in lead in the Jefferson County members of the band for donat- there's one called "Christmas ber and January. WXVA Housewives Bowling Lea ing their time and assistance. igueTuesdayDec. 2, inactionat"~ ~ -~-.~ Pikeside bowl with either a split S or victory while Lloyd's lions ar r~ who had been leading the pack, i were dropping a 3-1 decision. Closed On Chmtmase Cooper's Cubs split their match 2-2, while Madden's Monkeys scor ed a 3-1 victory, thus the two NeW Year's Day teams moved one-half point in front of Lloyd's Lions and two points in front of the fourth- Benjamin H. Davis, Superinten place Harris' Hens. dent of Harpers Ferry National As a matter of fact the results Historical Park, wishes to remind of Tuesday's action left fivei everyone that the Visitor Center lilt] t' -s-ll]as teams within a matter of just sev, in the old 'Stagecoach Inn" will eral points out of the top spot. be closed on December 25th Lloyd's Lions rolled the high Christmas Day and January 1, team game of the day, a 632, but New Year's Day. The Visitor Cen it was Lupton's Ladybugs who ter is open from 8:00 a. m. to came in with the high team total 5:00 p. m. on other days and all Cooper's Cubs took over undis pinfall of 1824. l visitors are welcome. puted possession of the lead in, Barbara Cape turned in theI Ch;d=~ ~0W the WXVA Housewives Bowling best all-around performance of League in action Wednesday Dec. the day, roiling a 192 high single Two n Men 9, at Pikeside Bowl by scoring game and a509 high set score. ! " a 4-0 victory while Madden's Mon Edna Clendening rolled the sec- ~b41u av~ keys who were tied for the lead ond highest game, a 179, Heleni the previous week, split their Barnard, had the third high, a W=mm. match 2-2. sc ri, 177 and Scottie Marcus, fourth Concealed a~ s Button's Bunnies, who also high with a 173. Dottle Anders[ ed a 4-0 victory moved into a tie and Virginia Dorsey rolled the for third place with the Harris' ~ second best set scores of the day, Lloyd A. Bet'S, North George Hens who won by only a 3-1 score both with 480 sets, while Scottie Street, Charles Town and Rod- The Bunnies turned in the best Marcus had a 477 for fourth high ney Paige, Eagle Avenue, Char- team performance of the day by est set. !les Town, were arrested Monday rolling a 667 high team game Barbara Cape has also upped by Charles Town Police Lieuten- score and a 1914 high team set her seasonal average to 157 to ant Bert Rickard, following some score, take the lead in that department trouble at the White Castle on Evelin Grant turned in the with Evelin Grant second with West Washington street in Char- best individual performance, roll 156, Dottle Anders third with 153 les Town. ing a 203 high single game and and Scottie Marcus fourth with Lt. Rickard charged Berry with a 547 high set score. Betty Long 151. brandishing a .32 automatic re- erbeam turned in the second best volver and at a hearing before high single game, a 192 and also rustice of the Peace E. W. Day, second best high set score with he was fined $50 and costs. He discussed the Alcoholism In- formation Center which is being established at the Guidance Cli- nic in Martinsburg. He also intro- duced the Rev. William Brook, an Episcopal minister in Jeffer- son County, who is also serving as specialist and counselor in this field, and Miss Barbara Miller of Charleston, now residing in Mar- tinsburg ,a psychologist who is serving with the program. Mr. Craddock said that the pur pose of alcoholism program is to promote community action and ed ucation, with special emphasis on prevention in the field of alcohol a 542. Evelin Grant is still the lea- gue's leading bowler with a 158 average, while Barbara Cape is second with 156, Dottle Anders third with 153 and Scottie Marcus fourth with 150. Cooper's Cubs, Madden's Shenandoah 4-H Club Monkeys Take Sflm Lead [Plane Paper Drive, ism; to work with the families of alcoholisc; and to work with al- coholics themselves after their return to their communities from the alcohol treatment units at Weston and Spencer State Hospi- tals, counseling with them and advising them. He said that a staff person will be available at the central office at the Martinsburg Guidance Cli- nic from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; and from 9 a .m. to 9 p. m. on Tuesday and Thursday. A satel- lite office is also being establish- ed in Berkeley Springs and one in Charles Town, The Charles Town Alcoholism Information Center will be located in the Jefferson County Mental Health Service office in the Professional Building on West Washington Street, and will be open from 1 to 5 p. m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, for the present. The telephone number is 725-9685. Mr. Graddock emphasized that the program, which began Dec- ember 1st, is just getting organ- ized presently, and is getting in touch with local agencies for re- ferrals and services. In WXVA Bowling League WXVA HOUS'~ES LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W. L. Cooper's Cubs 29 19 Madden's Monkeys 29 19 Lloyd"s Lions 28~ 19~ Harris' liens ~ 27 21 Button's Bunnies 26 22 .-THE-- LITTLE LEAGUE AUXILIARY TO HAVE BAKE SALE DEC. 20 The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jefferson Little League will hold a bake sale Saturday morning beginning at 9 a. m. in the World Furniture Store in downtown Charles Town. A Sound And Reliable Advertising Medium For More Than 125 Years--- 1844- 1969 Dance, Other Events Members of the Shenandoah 4-H Club met December 10 for their monthly meeting in the Harpers Ferry - Bolivar Friend- ship Fire Hall and they planned a number of events. , It was decided to hold a paper drive Saturday, Dec. 20, and plans for their Christmas dance were reviewed to make sure all details have been covered. It was also decided that the l club would meet Dec. 22 at the/ home of Mrs. Polly Glesner to go Christmas caroling from 7 until 8p.m. Talks on safety were given by Steven Wilt and Tommy Tusing. A skit of "Three Wiskes", was acted out by Mary Ann Pope, Jimmy Pitcher and Kim Leslie. The moral of the skit was, never wish for material things belong- ing to someone else. Guest for the evening was Mr. Danny. Tabler, his talk included, why first year 4-Hers should take' this is 4-H as an additional pro- ject. Refreshments of Christmas cookies, fruit punch, potato chips candy, and nuts were served by Mrs. Ruth Wilt and Mrs. Polly Glesner. t Happy holiday wishes to each and every one of you. And thanks for your very kind patronage. An Interest Earning r BANK OF CHARLES TOWNi CHARLES OWN.WIESTV~EP,~IN~,~Q~414 I 111 E. Washington St. Member F. D. I. C. Dial 725.5113 CHARLES TOWN W. VA I Paige was charged with carry ing a consealed weapon and is awaiting a hearing. e ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR RANSON, W. VA. Accurately to evaluate advertising in this newspaper as a profitable investment for your business, you need three basic facts and here they are I This newspaper covers y o u r market llke a blanket delivers your selling message where it will do YOU the most good l It enables you to start your selling where most people start their shopping in the advertising colunms of this newspaper. Result: faster action and more of it! Dollar for dollar, your advertising in this news" paper will reach MORE people, produce BETTER results and we can PROVE it! Let's discuss these facts further in terms of your specific business. "Our lZSth Year Of Community Service"