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SPIRIT OF JEFFER,qON FARMERS ADVOCATE . h,kY, JUNE 2, 1966 A--., B;ll.. Fi..i.l. s.er .arold (Chuck) Kisner I 13 U3 ,James Wiltshire, ttarry Smoot, C. M. Baylor and Joseph Shun ned To Laughlin After Training Antonio, Tex. - Airman C. Fields, son of Mr. and Bernie C. Fields of 310 E. St., Charles Town, has assigned to Laughlin AFB after completing Air Force training. l'he airman, who attended Char Town High School, will be on the job as a metals re- with the Air Train i. FROM PAGE --- 1 Ezra Campbell the only can- seeking election to the for the unexpired term in the Fourth Ward,. 240 votes. who received one or write-in votes for council the various Wards in which reside were: E. M. Dead- George Stocks, T. D. Web- 18 Of Them --- down to a narrow ledge about IS'one who ha. a permit 1hat ex. inches wide. He suffered double pires in the near future and lhose compound fractures of the ankle working on temporary permil, at- and hip. * tend one of the following meet- tits companion safely climbed inks. down lhe rocks and summoned Shepherdstown- June 6- 2:00 help from the park. p.m. - Shepherd College Student The Park Sen, ice had started Center, Blue and (;ray Room. holtzer. rescue operations when firemen .v , W"wn;n" arrived at the scene at 11:30 a. m. Of the 20 members of the res- FROM PAGE -- I cue teams, seven climbed the cliff Merlo's body was recovered at various heights and the youth about five minutes after rescue was placed in a rescue basket and operations began by N. Clark carefully lowered to the ground, Furr, chief of the Independent using ropes and lifelines Fire Company, via the use of a The youth was rushed to Char- grappling hook. The victim had les Town General Hospital by drowned in about 10 fee of water Independent Fire Company am- bulance, and later was transfer- Assisting in the rescue operations red to the Maryland General Hos- were volunteers of both the Inde- pendent and Citizens Fire Corn- pital, Baltimore, Mrs. Kay Corse, panies. RN, accompanied the ambulance This was Jefferson county's crew on the trip to Baltimore. first drowning of the year. WEATHER. COOL, SUNNY An adventurous Baltimore, Md. Although the long holiday week teen-ager, Mathew M. Cox, Jr., 16, end started off in a somewhat was injured, and had a narrow cool fashion Friday night and the escape from death Monday morn- temperatures remained on the ing, when be slipped and' fell COol side throughout the three while attempting to scale a cliff day period, except for a heavy above tbe Baltimore and Ohio electricial storm Saturday even- Railroad tunnel just across the ing, the weather proved most Potomac River from Harpers pleasing for the period. Thousands of cars rolled into Ferry. " andthrough, Jefferson County Wednesday the youngster was during the some 80-hour period reported in satisfactory condition from Friday afternoon until Tues in Maryland General Hospital in day morning. Tbe bulk of them Baltimore, where he was taken were headed for Shenandoah for treatment for a hip fracture Downs Race track where a big following the accident program of afternoon and night Rescuers from the National racing was presented. Upwards of Park Service and the Independent 10,000 persons made their way to and Citizens fire companies spent the race track, while another esti two and one-half hours before mated 10,000 trekked to the Harp- Mathew M. Cox, Jr., 16, of Balti- ers Ferry National Park during more, Md., was safely lowered to the three-day period. the ground. Because of the heavy increase According to reports, Cox and in highway traffic the Charles a companion, who were part of a Town State Police detachment school group visiting the Harpers stepped up it's highway patrol. Ferry National Historical Park While the weather was not ca- from Dundalk, Md., High School, tirely suited for Swimming, there slipped away from the others, was boating, fishing and picnick-! crossed the railroad bridge and started to scale the cliffs. At a height of about 275 feet, a large rock dislodged and struck Cox, knocking him about 20 feet ing along the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers; and the Sleepy Hollow Golf and County C!ub enjoyed heavy patronage by golf enthusiasts. Memorial Day was opened in Jefferson County with an appro- priate Memorial Service held in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. And there was a represen- tative turnout for the fine pro- gram, presented by Jackson Perks Post, Charles Town Aemrican Leg ion, with an assist from the Leg- ion Auxiliary. Once again Jefferson County'sI Memorial Park delayed it's Sum-I mer opening for a week becauseI of the lateness of the closing ofI the county schools. J With Monday being an official] are anxious for you to know our fine Jeffersoa holiday, there was a cessation of 1 eighteen of them, who cover every nook and all business and industrial act-[ of Jefferson County ever week in the year, looking ivities, except for the necessaryI news happenings to publi .hed newspaper, skeleton crews, from Saturday | . , .... until Tt esday morning. Most t newspaper features the ,largest number of county! the Federal, State, County and )ondents of any weekly newspaper in West Virginia' business offices were closed from we are proud of them and anxious for you to meet them: Friday afternoon, or Saturday at MRS. G. E. WEBB Harpers Ferry.Bolivar. Phone 535-6569 MRS. STUART CRIM Summit Point - Dial 725-77q7 MISS LILLIAN MYERS Shenandoah Junction - Dial 725-5168 MRS. JULIA VIANDS Mechanicstown. Dial 725-2596 MISS MARGARET HOUSER Bakerton MRS. ETHEL BUZZARD Silver Grove - Dial 725-2240 MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD Kabletown. Dial 725-5707 MRS. GEORGIA PEARL Chestnut Hill - RFD, Harpers Ferry SAVE 1 9' MISS DOROTHY LAKE Millville MRS. HARRY SHIRLEY Middleway - Dial 725-7669 MRS. ELSIE HAMSTEAD Kearneysville - Dial 876-6032 MRS. MARY B. FURR Leetown - Dial 725-5969 noon until Tuesday morning, thus providing their employees a long holiday week-end. And Jefferson County's nearly 5,000 school children also enjoyed. Monday as a holiday and after this week the rest of the Summer will be a long holiday for them. Project FROM PAGE --b le pro other ten-percent is to vided by the local school board in the form of quarters for holding the program in, equipment and some volunteer personnel to assist with the project. SAME AS LAST YEAR I Lowery said the plan of operat-I ion will be much the same as the one followed last year, with Mrs. Margaret Kilmer, a teacher in the first grade at Wright Denny School, in Charles Town, again serving as the project director. And she will again be given assistance by Miss Lucille Hefle- bower, director of instructions in the county school system, and Warren Mickey, who is heading up the various Federal programs for the school board. The instructional Centers will be for the most part the same as those used last year, or a total of about 10. Indications are now two will be located in Shepherdstown; two in Harpers Ferry; two in Ran- son and four in Charles Town. The centers will all be located in county school buildings. It is ex- pected that there will be a paid staff of about 35 to 40, about the same number as last year, runn- ing the program, with assistance from possibly as many as 70 volun teers. Transportations will be provid- ed for the children to and from the instructional centers, with the details on this phase of the pro- gram to be announced later. The sessions will be held each morning Monday through Friday from 8:45 until 11:45, with a break coming sometime during the three-hour sssion at which time the children will be served cook- ies and light refreshments. The reason for adjourning the classes at 11:45 is to have them back at their homes in time for lunch Lowery stated. Meetings Set For Next MRS. PAULINE OTT Mannings - Dial 725-2750 MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Rippon - Dial 725-9098 Week For Food Handlers It is the requirement of the State Board of Health that all food service workers have at least two hours of education in the proper method of preparing and serving food. It is most important that any. MRS. FLOYD SIMONS Ranson - Dial 725-7875 MRS. BERNARD OTT Halltown - Dial 725-7477 'BUCKY' MORROW Shepherdstown - Dial 876-2066 WAYNE WELTY ENGLE -- TELEPHONE 725-7460 gantown, on Sunday, May 29. He for dancing, from S:30 until 11:20 is a,,-graduate of Charles To@nI p. m. tligh School and was awarded aI ..... B. A. Degree from W. V. V. in l RArJ(d |Au . |a Ar/ fl 1963 and will apply for admission ..I.~m.a~./ t~.ia~.l,av. to practice law in the State of ~Aa ,. a ,p ~ n a a. West Virginia before the Su- WOO| ID00| |0 ~e nero AI preme Court of Appeals of West Charles Town-June 7-2:30 p. Virginia on June 7th. Attending BardaneCenter, June 9 m. - Moose Club; (Use Side Ent- the commencement exercises at rance). Morgantown on Sunday were Mr. Thi-"s he last orlunit or and Mrs loan C Skinner and Mr John Rissler, Manager of the s L t . opp Y f *'' ' " "" " local wool pool, announces June renewal of permits for several and Mrs. Charles Dyer of Silver 9, as the dale for assembling, months. pring, Md. grading and shipping all wool that has been consigned. Consignors John C, Skinner, Jr [Another Dance Friday are asked to deliver the wool to Award ] Bardane between the hours of 8 ed Law Degree N|ght At Youth Center a m. and 12 noon. Consignors are urged to make From WVU ] Another in the series of dances sure that all fleeces are tied with paper twine and that wool sacks ......... which have been held at the Jeff- are sewed or tied wiih either John C Skinner Jr son ,~fl ers0n County Youth Center has paper twine or cotton twine. It is Prosecuting Attorney, John C.| been scheduled for Friday mght, imperative that wool be packed Skinner and Mrs. Skinner, was| it was anno.unced Tuesday, byl as tightly as possible into the among those awarded a Bachelor| Mrs. Leeds Rmly, president, t sacks and consignors should make of Laws Degree from the West[ "The Snacks," from tlagers-/ sure that the wool is dry and Virginia College of I~d., will provide themusic!?ept dry. : Pky.4 :. DEm omlJu dee 6as ... ' must be in lhe the right corner Jr., Senior Woman's ._ aml the father's name tb( left at the ,Iefferson Hardware Clubs Staglng Father s t"Fr ,.e p,c,ure .,,tures can ] and at Mrs. James Gore's home on [4th. Avenue in Reason. All pic. Day Portrait Contest l,ure~ musl be in before June llth and these pictures will be display- Something new and differenl ed In ditferent store windows and. ,, will be judged and lhe followmT. is being introduced as a firsl-in prizes will be awar(ed; the observance of Falher's Dav, first prize June 29th. by the Junior and SeiJ- $4.0(} second priz( $3.00 third ior Woman's Club of Cbarle~ priz~ $2.00 and fourlh prize $1,00. Town. II will be known as a It is the wish of the presidents Father's Day Portrait Contest.from both clubs that the merchan The main objective of this contest ts will parlicipate in this contest is to add glamour and apprecmt- an~l will display the pictures in ion to the observance of Father's th( ir store'- windows. For more Day. information contact Mrs James The following rules will be ob- Gore or Mrs. (). S. Bloom. served and followed to make a child's portrait eligible: The cbild FOOT ODOR who sketches must be a 4th. or lIOW TO KII,L IT. 5lh grade child fronl any school. CAUSED BY A GERM, Kill the germ, They must use a piece of unlined you kill the odor. You can't smell it. paper (typing size paper) The Vo.~ FRIENDS CAN. Ordinary atttlsep- tics are no use. Apply T-g~L POWER- sketch must be black and while FUL GERM KILLER for smelly, sweaty, using pencil or ball point pen, itchy feet, If not pleated OVERNIGHT, your 48c back at anF drug counter. NOW The name of the child. ~rade, and ~t all Drug Stores June 2-3t- OVER % I !~0 PURCHASE REQUIREDt FRESH, PAN-READY WHOLE L B LANCASTER BRAND, CUT FROM YOUNG, CORN-FED BEEF! ... GREAT FOR OUTDOOR'GRILLING! . . . LANCASTER BRA ND ~-INCH .~ITSl... Rib Steaks .......... 1b. ItOt~-IN CrossCut Roast ..,.69' OVIN-RIUd)Y Rib Roast 69' UAN, TIENO~! Am Roast .......... ,69c ImS~SCHUN~ Bacon c.... ........ ,..89' O~ FASHIOF~O 2 COENER EOAST OR K~41LESS Cross Cut Roast...,.87* TANGY SIqEARS & SU~ES '~-' 69' Best Time Yet To CHECK ACME! FILLET OF Fresh Haddock .... ,..59c J~'s PUEE FANCY Ff~ESH WHITE Perk Sausage.. Crabmeat ........... , $|1 t #~J~ON'S FANCY Roast Beef .... Halibut Steaks .... .69 ..:-,:.,... :..: ~:.*... ?~. :. : : ~ ::,:::.~: .:~: : : 1 .... :' ": ....... :.:" ~ ;:: " ::~:*v':~ ~'