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Charles Town, West Virginia
April 28, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 28, 1966

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Establishments *Donate Coffee Sales Cancer Drive Jefferson County Cancer are working very hard aeet the county's goal of this 'ear. )ast Friday and Saturday Girls collected $104 Days. This was the largest ever to be received in which they have assist- Senior Woman's Club with a number of years. following Crusaders: Mar- Kathryn Allen, June tnereaso in contributions. Mr. George Vickers Special E- vents Chairman for the Crusade reports the following eating es- tablishments will donate all coff- ee sales on Friday, April 29 and Saturday April 30. The White Castle The Turf Diner, The New Central Restaurant, The Peoples Drug Store, The American Legion and Stuck and Alger Lunch Counter. Mental Health Fund Drive 6oal Is $1,000 Ran Evans, president of the Jefferson County Junior Chamber i " ~of Commerce, who is serving as Evang said that while the Men- tal Health drive will be the last of the fund drives to be staged in the county, it deserves, and he he hopes the public will give, it full support. And in answer to the question "What does your mental health association do," Evans offered the following facts: Work for improved treatment of the mentally ill through sup- port of important research stud- ies into various mental and emoti onal disorders in adults and child ren. Provide help in giving informat ion and referral services for re habilitation. In the past years the chapter has worked closely with the guidance clinic, also the office Judy Craig, Joyce Jenk- Geraldine Jenkins, Rocky Dennis Whittington, Griffith, who are! of the Rippon School have the Rippon area and very successful showing an of Vocational Rehabilitation, both general chairman of the fund located in Martinsburg. drive this year for the Jefferson During the past year, medicat- County Association of Mental Hea ions in the amount of $350 were lth to be conducted in May, said purchased for persons in Jeffer- this week the goal for the local son County who needed them and chapter is $1,000. unable to pay for them. Engage in education through distribution of mental health lit- erature and public programs. Sponsored 1966 Gift Program of 600 gifts to patients in State DFMOCRAT For STATE SENATOR- 16th District Mental Hospitals at Christmas tmsepport Legistiation for better care and treatment of the Men- tally Ill. Over 50% of Donations are kept in Jefferson County for the work that is done locally. With your help the Mentally Ill can be cured. Please join and support the Jefferson County Association for Mental Health. Mrs. Marcus Carper Wins $100 In Acme "Quick Cash" Contest Graduate of Thomas High School and West Virginia niversity. At W. V. U. was a member of Phi Beta ppa and Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- .rsities, and served as the only woman president of the :udent Body. Is the mother of four children; active | * * , n the local, dmtnct and state Federation of Women s Clubs; and is a member of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Marcus Carper, of 114 Sixth Avenue, Ranson, was a Has served two years in the West Virginia Senate lucky winner in the Acme Mark- is a member of the Senate Committees on the ets "Quick Cash" Contest promot- Jtldiciary, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Librar- ion recently and her reward was its. Is especially interested in better schools, improved $100 in cash money. And in the l rimary and secondary roads, conservation of our nat- above .pmture Mrs. Marcus Is tlral resources, and the increased promotion of tourism n nh e gtt r Semntaent.mey and travel in the Eastern Panhandle. Charles Town Acme Market" Your Vote And:InfJ enr Wfll Appreciated. l ..... i,. (Pd. Pal, L dv:) 5U UAY ! We Thank You! 1 Each and everyone for your wonderfu response To Our Grand Opening Last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. And We Extend To You a most cordial invitation to visit us whenever you can. We are always ready to be of servme-- to you with- the very htest and most modern automotive equipment possible. AGAIN, WE THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR BIG DAYS SIEH A SIECESSFUL CECASION Donald Noland & reston Merchant And all of Our Employees IDEAL KIDNEY BEAN5 ( 3 Ib, 3 Oz.! OR IDEAL i Y 'Route 340, East ,Charles Town, W. Va. ---Your Chevrolet & Oldsmobile Headquarters--- About 100 Jefferson County Candidates At "Know Your : LI : ; H'/;/::?Z SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 A---3 Among the principal figures at the affair were those shown in the above picture. They are (left to right seated) Nicholas Carson, Mayor of Charles Town, who is seeking re-election for his 10th consecutive two-year term; Mrs. Betty H. Baker, seeking election to the State Senate from the 16th Senatorial District; Thornton W. Wilt, Jefferson County's represen tative in the house of delegates and chairman of the county Denm critic Executive Committee; W. W. (Bill) Whittington, Sheriff of Jefferson County and President cratic Association; who served as master of ceremonies. Standing (left to right) . Roy Stroupe, can didate for the house of delegates from Jefferson County; Clarence E. Martin, Jr., State Senator from the 16th Senatorial District of W. Va.; D. P. (Sheriff) Given, candidate for the U. S. Congress from Second Congressional Dis- trict; Iloward Shores, candidate for the State 16th Senatorial Dis. tricE; James Kees, U. S. Congress man from the 5th U. S. Congress- tonal District, who represented Harley Staggers who was ill and of the Jefferson County Demo- could not be present. g A gala evening was enjoyed by Candidates Night" held at the The group heard brief talks by about 100 Jefferson County Demo Charles Town Turf Club. The some of the various candidates l~ present and during the informal i.Q crats and Democratic candidates party was sponsored by the ,Jeff- social period which followed, they I in the May 10 Primary election erson County Democratic Associat Wednesday night April 20, when ion and the "Democratic Executive all had an opportunity to meet they participated in a "Meet Your Committee. ] and talk with the candidates. I" Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday mum u-=1 (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. 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