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April 21, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 21, 1966

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Language Classes Of Linda Link, Rebecca Nerhood, and Susan Stephens, Mrs. C. W. Shipley sponsored the event, Charles Town High Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer Journey To Washington The Senior Language Classes of Attends VA Workers Charles Town senior High Behool , " HlWaSh| took their annual trip to Wash- Conferenceln ngton ington, D. C. Wednesday, April 20. Students who had studied Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer of Charles Spanish and French for three Town was in Washington, D. C. hears leR at 9:00 a. m. and visited this week attending the convent- e Import and Export Shop in ion of the Veterans Administrat. Alexandria Virginia, toured the ion Volunteers Service Workers Santa Maria, the National Art being held at the Sheraton Park Gallery, the Pan American Union and at 6:00 were served tea at the Venezuelan Embassy. The classes then had dinner at Le Petit Paris Restaurant where typical French food was enjoyed. Those making the trip were: Tana Barron, Pirce Barr, ViCki Davis. GiGi Funk, Dabs Hunt, Lana Marcus, Diane Miiler. Bill Senseny, Linda Will- ingham, Mary- Bowman, Jan Clopp .er, Harold Chamblin, IAnda Ellis, Hotel there. Mrs. Shaffer is a state deputy of the VA Volunteer Service. The convention ran from Monday through Wedncsd~ay, being climax ed with a luncheon at the Shera- ton Park, followed by a trip to the White House for a tea given by Ylrs. Lyndon Johnson at 4 p. m. Go To Church Sunda. , ,-F-"~ .... ' ......... V T I MEASURE YOUR FAMILY ,f you. yo,,r husbaod o. sprouting teen-age son (,-m~~,~.~ measures tallerthan 5'9"it's ~)y /~ ~ time you looked into a mat- k llr gt II tress that's not just better, but bigger and better: extra L1~w~] ~ll ~1 All long Sealy Posturepedic. 1 1111 ill Designed in cooperation 11t 11 I with leading orthopedic sur- "TTt7 f i | | | E tl| I | geons to give firm support; I i | I] i [I and prevent morning back- tl i U I kU IIl| ache from sleeping on a too- % I soft ma.ress. YOUR PRESENT MATTRESS If it's only 75" long you're being short-changed Out of a:)qt of c~omfort. You see., folks are-taller tbd~y, An-b|~Je~hmned regular leng!h.:~e~s can .lelt~e ~'~ youE?bes in the cold if you're over 5'9L Extra length gives you a 5-inch longer comfort zone. .Dmm i mm~--InP m-- ............. AsK THE SALESMAN TO SHOW YOU AN SEALY PosTUREPEDIC and be good to yourselves for the next 20 years* *Set Guarantud 20 Years If structurally defective, free repair, first year. Pro- port|enate annual use charges thereafter. Length (80") EXTRA COST! AS IN tWiN 6R Iktil, t sCzet p=" L .... i)i lii " ' i ml'l ml Y TELEPHONE 725-2: 11 W. Washington St. - Charle Town, W. Va: I "tin Spirt-Advocate Is SPII IT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT I T URSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 Now Being Sold At of news-stands selling this news High School at 8:00 p. Lidk's Grocery S. W. Link, proprietor of Link's Grocery at the corner of Noi'th Mildred and East North streets, is the latest local outlet for sales of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advo- cate news papers each Thursday. Copies of this newspaper can be purchased from Mr. Link at the grocery every Thursday starting around 2:30 p. m. and continuing throughout the week. He will also be happy to reserve your copy if you will let him know it in advance. With the addition, of Link's Grocery now selling the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate, the number paper regularly has now reached twenty-six giving the Spirit-Advo- cate the largest news-stand sales outlet not only in West Virginia, but (anks this newspaper at the top of a number of weekly papers in the East ir~ hewS-~tand sales. Charles Town Junior, Senior women'S Clubs To Bold Talent vleW The Charles Town Junior and Senior Women's ClUbs will spon- sor a Talent Review, Friday, May 27, at the Charles Town Junior review is being held to off the debt incurred by ing the club house. Anyone interested in part in the review m~ Mrs. James Watson, rills, Rural Route 1, or ber of either club. More will appear later. FRIEI)LY CLASS TO HAVE SUPPER The Friendly Class of bury Methodist Church a covered dish supper, April 25, at 6 p.m. at the The families are invited. Subscribe To The Shown above are a group of Volunteer workers an d leaders of the 1966 Jefferson County Cancer Cru. sade as they discussed plans for the annual fund drive in Jefferson County at the home of Mrs. O, S. Bloom, general chairman of the County Cancer d rive. The drive to raise the county's $3,000 goal was formally opened Monday, April 11, at a buffet sup per held at the home of Mrs. Bloom. More than 100 women have volunteered their time and efforts to carry on the drive, Mrs. Bloom stated. Shown in the picture are: (Left to right)..-Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Jr., Mrs. Oral Hughes, Mrs. Virginia Metz and Mrs. Kenneth Jenkins. (Photo by Jim Tabb.) --- For Everything You Buy --- Mentol Xealm Group A Reliable Shopping Guide Told About Job Corps *~!~!~ " " $::::~:!~;k~:~3~ .,, Center By Director .............................. ................................ ,- "" A THOUGHT T0 REMEMBER *" ....... t,4. o ert s. or of th6 Harpers Ferry Job , Corps Conservation Center, was ...... ,:..-" ' . speaker .for ~he Jefferson County ......... " A~sociation for Mental Health on ~ ' By CHARLES J. W. SMITH Monday April 11, and he gave ~/ description of the center. He also People and nations have known good times and bad. No matter showed colored slides and ex- plained that the job corps center what a social, economic or physical status Is or will be, a crisis or are designed to provide an inte- confusian will always exist somewhere for some people. grated program of job skill train ing, actual work experience, and A crisis and confusion is a part of living. Each of us must face basic education for underprivileg some sort of crisis or confusion sooner or later. To face a crisis ed young men between the ages requires courage - and courage is a personal matter. Courage can not of 16' and 21 years of age. be leased, borrowed or bought. It must be drawn from one's self, for Mr. Glenn Hill, psychologist and ones self. And when courage is shown, it often draws out the courage counselor at .the center, told the in others. When courage is shown, confusion can and often does group that the guidance-counsel, disappear. or has the prime responsibility of seeing that the corpsman is guided consciously and effective- 'ly. ~0Ward~ a realistic, self-assess. lent It was pointed out that through salvaging the lives of these under pr|V)!,~ged individuals, through trfiitiing and environment, many young men learn to assume the responsibility of citizenship. , ~l~i:r~the absence of Rev..Allen Ba~i~t:t, PreSident of the chapter, a short bus~ess metlng was coil ieh, time: he 196 " R]hg r Campaign was discussed. May is Mental ttealth Month with the second week aside as Bell Ringer Week. Rev. DaVid Allen Guest Speaker For Revival At Grace Baptist Church The Grace Baptist Church of Shenandoati Junction is holding a revival from April 18 thru 24. The guest sPeaker is Reverend David Allen from Trenton, New Jersey. Reverend Allert is a graduate of Wheaton College and Eastern Baptist theological Seminary and has served as pastor of two chur- ches. He served as pastor at one church for 7 years and he served at the 'other church for 21 years. Mr. Allen also sings and plays a Cornet, which he brought with him. Services will be each evening at 7:30 and the public in invited. Directors TO Featm C 0t C thg Tuesday The election of four new dir- ectors to replace the same num- be/- Of retiring directors, will highlight the monthly dinner meeting of the Jefferson County Chamber~ of Commerce to be. held Tuesday, Apt1 26, at noon in the Rib Room at the Turf Diner. Four nameg have been approv- ed by the Chamber Directors for presentation to the membership to be votedupon as new directors hut hominafions wiIl be accepted from thee membership. The four names beitlg submitted~ to the membership are: A. C. Nerhood James M. Davis, C. Manning Smith and Marvin Brooks. Saturday Marn~ng Hour Mee~ Each The Children's Story Hour is held Satiirda fiiGriiiflg from I0 until 10:30 in "the charles Town Library and all children are invited to attefid. The folIowiiig schedule gives the age group. April 23 - 8-9 year age group. April 30 - 5-7 year age group. May 7 - 8-9 year age group. May 14.5-7 year age group. GO TO C~HURCII SUNDAY Ever since time began, the greatest source for courage has been traced to a foundation on a faith. Faith creates hope. Without faith and hope, courage is difficult to come by. In spite of dark clouds, faith, hope and courage will always be the means to let us see the rays of sunshine again... CHARLES J. W. SMITH, SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ~:.::. ~:::.:. :;i:;:~:~:...:::::: :ii~': ~:::;::':.'::: ~i~:i o GE CHArGEr. HOT-BLOODED CHAMPION OF THE S p...?RT CLASS.i ' -~:~:: ~i'~: .:~!~::~!~:~i:'i~iii~i~:i: ...... WANT TO GO SPORTY WITHOUT GOING APE? 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