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SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;? ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1978 13 tOPLeSS BANK I I I i OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWINGBANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNII'Y Turner Weister Is From SE College I, Darlene to complete ruiremen= no,  graduated for a B.A. in Bible, but in I only College in l secondary education as well. i]i a. Her studies I Future plans include graduate .,,lPleted with a [work and teaching English. Ll1' I Attending commencement ! a 1966 graduate [ exercises and celebrating with .j")lBigh School, I the graduate afterward were her ,me e Institute in] husband, Albert El Weister; her 'r R.I., for 2' l son and daughter, Shayne and marriage in/ Kelli; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :, 1977, Mrs ]Guilford P Turner" and her t ed at South[ sister and 'brother-in-law, Mr. been able] and Mrs. Randolph Ridgeway. elmtK, Ip[e(] To assist staff persons in iP   educational settings and service ll un agencies to be more aware of ,Pllu,, these problems and to plan 'IUI |nc alternative service programs to .... help the youth, the Regional le Action Committee Concerned .;t with School-Age Parents and the ii .Title I Higher Education Act at Shepherd College recently co- g sponsored a conference at the College's Student Center. t Highlighting the program in addition to a panel by school-age gbo parents were addresses by two j outstanding youth advocates b, ACt AI(IRS YIt You B r, lh.. Y <Y's ! IN , one fourth of 0nen between 19, with the i 14 year olds, Nationally,. !th, Education ,h Califano the number 'aancies are r epidemic umlflg :liens 'Ooms, room. theyy room. r pie- rooms ril : and range ' not. at there red to ors to make licture Wall et. mdred d the aUnd it ' mako 't llnatlv dif. s, One :orator $ oil 'ifflOl Wall. en for .Where i"ttlC fri . each " Tha Mrs. Margaret Girod, who is one of the original members of the Ad Hoc Steering Committee Concerned with School Age Parents under the Governor's Intragency Council for Child Development Services, and John Issaacson, Graduate School of Social Work, W. Va. Mrs..Gired has served in various leadership roles con- cerned with youth. She now heads the West Virginia Foster Parents Training Program Committee as a Department of Welfare Employee. Her knowledge, dedicated concern for the teenage parent, and broad experience highly qualified her for a morning session called, "Alternatives for School-Age Parents". Professor Isaacson, we'll- known in the area for his teaching skills in university 32 Blood Units Collected At Harpers Ferry Job Corps Airman Grantham Ends Lackland AFB Training In Basics Red Cross Bloodmobile Mini- Yorker, Elizah Holmes, William Unit collected 32 units of blood at McClain, Jr., Albert Williams, Harpers Ferry Job Corps on Curtis W. Bouldin, Anthony Thursday, May 18, in" Jones, Richard Scott. cooperation with the Jefferson Andre Conner, Kim A. Wall, County Chapter of the American Edward Shuler, Dwayne Nowlin, red Cross. Kevin Turner, Carlos R. Mrs. Barbara Grove, RN, was Venable, Melvin Starchia in charge of recruitment. Forty- Dennis Hill, Ronnie BoRon, i seven boys offered to give and 32 Nelson Ojeda, Troy Harris, I were productive. The Harpers James Hodgos, Donald Bowden, i Ferry Job Corps has done an Keith Turpin, Ollie Murphy, excellent service to this corn- Richard Thonas, William munity according to the Blood McLean, Kevin Pendleton. Program Chairman for the Donald Hill. chapter. Over the years, they The Job Corps will be spon. have supplied about one-third of soring five Mini-Units of the all blood collected. Bloodmobile during the next The following presented to fiscal year starting with July I, give blood: David L. Boone, 1 1978. They hope to take their first Tony Bowman, Gregory one in July at a time when blood AIRMAN GRANTHAM Goldson, Lawrence Mills, is the hardest to collect. Air National Guard Airman Christopher Robinson, Sam There will b e a regular visit of Edmond C. Grantham, son of Moore, Jr., Gregory Dunn, the Bloodmobile to Charles Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. James 'Reddick, Jr., Malcolm Town on June 15th to be held at Grantham, of Shepherdstown, Hughes, Clay Connor, Gerald the Lions Center and sponsored has graduatedatLacklandAFB, Wilmer, Leon Britt. by the Charles Town Lions Club. Tex., from Air Force basic Richard Dean, Carl Nutter, Ernest Houser, Jr.,, will be the training. Kenneth Turner, James chairman. The hours will be The airman studied the Air Jackson, Arthur Smith, Kevin 10:15 to 4:15. We are behind in Force mission, organization and Whitaker, Joseph Crews, Jr., our quota for the year and this customs and receivedspecial John Savage, Douglas Moore, will be the last visit of the fiscal instruction in human relations. Andrew Franklin, Jr., Phillip year.. Completion of this training earned the individual credifs extension courses is frequently P001 Chemical Rep towards an associate in applied called upon by state and national science degree through the groups to deliver talks. Coupled '- with a dynamic delivery, his To Be Here June I Community College of the Air Force. knowledge and experiences Airman Grantham now goes to places himin great demand for Kisne}" Plumbing and Heating Keesler AFB, Miss., for talks before human services are pleased to announce that specialized training in the ad- groups and his "Social Stresses Roger Ruark, technical ministrative field. of Parenting" in an early af- representative forBio-Lab, Inc., The airman, a graduate of will be at their office at 301 North High School, attended George Street, on Thursday, Shepherd College in Shepherd- June I, from I-7 p.m. He will be there for the benefit stown. of pool owners or prospective give it a try. The cooker, formed pool owners who wish to stop by from cardboard, poster hoard and talk with him about tin foil, plywood and glue, was problems or general information constructed in about three days, about their pool. with the help of the maintenance Kisner Plumbing and Heating crew. carry a complete line of the Bin- A simple solar heating unit Lab pool chemicals at their was assembled and explained by shop. You are invited to stop by Rich Rambur, Interpretive at your convenience anytime, Specialist of the C&O Canal. This but especially urge you to stop unit, built by his 10-year-old son, by on June I -- no appointment is nccessary. ternoon session was enlightening and challenging. Over 75 participants selected two mini-sessions of their choice. Topics for these were: "Welfare Benefits"; "Un- derstanding Child Development and Behavior"; Pre and Post- Natal Care"; "Alternatives to Parenthoocr" "Child Abuse"; "Substance Abuse"; "Outreach to Family Members"; and "Pregnant - Now What". The Program Committee for this Spring workshop consists of Mrs. Linda Dunn, Title [, HEA, Shepherd College; Miss as a science project served to show the visitors a solar collector is not complicated and does not have to be expensive to build. Tours of the garage in the process of being converted to a solar-heated curatorial workshop were also conducted for the visitors. Sun activities and history of sun worship were printed up and passed out to visitors. Clarke County Conceal Choir At Zion Baptist Church Tuesday Night The Clarke County Concert Choir will make a personal appearance at Zion BaptisL Church in Charles Town, Tuesday, May 30th, it was an- nounced this week by the Rev. Rudolph White, pastor, and Mrs. Marcellus, Sunday School Superintendent. The program, being sponsored by the Junior Usher Board of Zion Church, said the concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. And the public is invited. "Concern for the Youth Efforts" will be one of the topics for discussion. Memorial Auxiliaff Meeting Is Held Here On May I A meeting of the Jefferson 3ounty Memorial Auxiliary 3522 was held on Monday, May 15, with President Beverly Jones calling the meeting to order. It was announced that from May through October, there will be two meetings a month. The auxiliary, with Mrs. Fleeta Writt serving as chair. man, will again this year hold a Gold Star Mother's dinner on June 11. This will be the last dinner at the Post Home until fail. There will also be a turkey dinner this month. Also upcoming will be the "Lite a Bike" program to be conducted by the post and auxiliary. This will be for all Jefferson County children who own bicycles. Announced was the first place finish of the Charles Town unit for money collected on Buddy Poppy Day. The first place was for the top spot in the district. There are 11 other auxiliary units in the district. We know of no man, in public affairs, who measures his success by the publicity that he does not receive. MEMORIAL E,,00Y SPECIALS! SILK MILL SALES ROOM q 1 Week ONLY ! (May 27 thru June 3, 1978) TREVIRA Polyester Double Kmts:- First Quality- $1.00 and $2.00 per yard Irregulars- 75' and Sl.00 per yard All Remnants: I; price Location HOURS: Monday thru Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. SILK MILL SALES ROOM (A Stehli Knit Outlet) 707 Stonewall Drive Front Royal, Virginia 22630 Stephanie Supp, Jefferson County Schools; Mrs. Anna Hogbin, Berkeley County Schools; Mrs. Rexena Frye, Berkeley County Schools; Mr. J. i R. Haines, Mineral County Schools; Mrs. Jo Ann Richards RESA VIII; Ms.'Vicki Hilton RESA VIII; Mrs. Doris Hughes, Intercounty Health Services; Mrs. Sallye Heffie,..Welfare Department; Mrs. Dorothy Weller, Welfare Department; Mrs. Barbara Manning, Eastern Panhandle Mental Health; Ms. Jo Ann Nicholson, Eastern Panhandle Mental Health Mrs. Janice Christopher, Berkeley County Schools. C. & O.CanalHonored S.nl)aProm,t Room Air Conditioner tea, a clock that only counts the sunny hours and a solar collector were all a part of the Sun Day celebration.held May 3 at the C&O Canal headquarters in Sharpsburg, Md. After reading a Grist article on fifth graders making a solar cooker, Judy Hudson and Pat Lammers, CETA Ranger In- i i ternS with the Canal, decided to  |[ - " i REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE I .$219.95 . $169.95 I ill l/1111 SALE PRICE II Itl|F: SALE PRICE I 3ihIl00000000,, $204.95 $154.95 1 .EGUL00. P.,CE I I REGULAR PRICE ] $379.95 II i $299.95 I I! 00II00H SALE PRICE /I SALE PRICE I i00:l $359.95 /i mill $279.95 1 For Our Creative Playground $hipley Elementory School P.T.A, and children gratefully recognize friends who made dreams of a playground come true. SPECIAL THANKS TO: The HARPERS FERRY JOB CORP H.L. JONES CONCRETE PRODUCTS JAN MILLER TURF CONCRETE HAMPSHIRE EXCAVATING WALTON D. STOWELL " 18000. 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