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II Fresh Daily ) C Ib C Ib 2 bag 99 i $ ,89 i $19 m 25 2s size C I )MPLETi R oz can P K G 55 SPIRIT EURSDA 11) UNIOR = o0 OZ can thunting, [to kno G / _ he tm of tx never the r l or subs pting anc YOUI2 FRIENDLY HOME-OWNED C SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 A---8 What is expected to be one of the largest gatherings of lovely femine pulchitrude will be at Shenandoah Downs race track Sunday, July 3, to compete in a big beauty pageant for the honor (ff becoming "Miss Tri-State Beau ty." The contest which will get underway at 2 p. m. ]n being sponsored by the Tri-State Citi- zen's Band Radio Club, Inc.. of Halltown, W. Va. A total of 38 lovely girls, many of them already beauty contest winners, will compete for the $200 in cash priT s to be offered, The winner will receive $100 in cash, the first runner-up $50; sec- ond runner-up $25; fourth-place inner will get $15 and fifth lace $10. Mrs. Donald Bowers of Charles Town. is serving as the technical advisor for the beauty contestants and Norman E, Kisner of Charles Town. will serve as master of ceremomes for the contest and also for special acts of entertain- ment which are to be offered the public as a special entertainment feature. The list of contestants and their sponsors are as follows: Margaret Beam - Slaepherds- town, ttoward Johnson Restaurant Suzanne Louise Beard - Hagers- town, ttoover's Well Drilling. Nancy Jann Bowden - Harpers Ferry, Eackles Funeral Home Vickie Brant Martinsburg, Minicks Fashions for Discriminat- ing Women. Carol Jean Butts - Gerrards- town, Musselman Fruit Products. Stephanie Clopper Charles Town, H. S. Clopper. Jr.. Ins. & Real Estate. Linda Sue Cochran - Berkeley Springs US Dept. of Agricultural Agencies. Morgan Co. Sandy Lee Donnelly - Herndon Va., Gladieux Inflight Corp. Dul- les Inter. AIRP. Wash. D. C, Barbara Hull Dunn - Winchest- er, Apple Ridge Orchard Grimes, Virginia. Corn Lou Fraley - Shepherds- town, Leon's. Citgo. Mary Aaarr Fuss - Shepherds- town, Schlack's Gulf Service. Jennifer Lynn Gray - Halltown, Paul's SUper Market. Cynthia Kay Grove- Sharpsburg Sharpsburg Sinclair. Betty Jeannie Gruber - Charles Town Band Boosters. Beverly ttammond Hancock, Md. Fouke Chevrolet Olds Inc. Beverly Fay Hardee - Inwood. Musselman Fruit Products. Linda Karol Kearns - Paw Paw, Consolidated Orchard Inc. Linda Lee Kendall Hagers- town, Merchant & Noland Chev- rolet Sales. Patricia Ann Keesecker - Mar- tinsburg, Consumer's Fuel Co. Inc Debbie Lake - Berryville, Wash ington Beauty Shop. Patricia Anne Levi - Berryville Julian's Clothing. Joy Long - Martinsburg, West Virginia Air National Guard. Dorcus Elaine Longerbeam, Millville. Town Market. Judith Ann McKinley - William sport, Wolfe's on the Square. Margaret Rose Maddex - Shep- herdstown, Henry Maddex. Linda Sue Merriman - Bruns- wick, Community Oil. Margaret Ann Mong - Martins- burg, Clendening Motors. Phyllis Jean Reel - Hancock, Md 1 Fleming Oil Co. I Althea Rutherford . Ranson, i General Telephone Co. South East Wetona Kay Santimier - Martins burg, Washington Speciality Shop Linda Sease - Hagerstown, G. Miller Lumber Co., Inc. Kathy Smith - Shepherdstown Albert Kave Market. Debbie Spies Hedgesville, Romesburg Tire C6. Barbara Ann Stiles - Charles Town Band Boosters. Marcia Elaine Webb - Harpers Ferry, Frank Kidwiler. Katherine Arthur Wilt . Harp- ers Ferry, W & R Sales. Gigi Zimmerman - Martinsburg Lincoln National Life Ins. Co. Darlene Kay Zombro - Hagers- town, Welsh's Grocery. Attend Church Sunday READ The CLASSIFIEDS (Editor's Note: This is the four th in a series of articles concern- ing communncable diseases pre- ventable by immunization. The articles are prepared by the West Virginia Vaccination Assistance Project in cooperation with the Jefferson County Health Depart- ment.) Polio is still around! Dr. Earl D. Allara, director of the Jefferson County Health De- partment said that despite the many area polio clinics held in recent years, this dread disease still exists. The health official pointed out that the polio vaccine has de- creased the incidence of'polio in the United States by a great mar- gin. The weapons for completely ending polio in our country have existed for several years since the licensing of Silk Vaccine in 1955 and the Sabin Oral Vaccine in 1962. Yet, there are still many cases reported each year through out the United States. Dr. Allara said that those re- ported cases are in children who have never received the oral vac- cine as protection from the dis- i the danger of catching communi- I cable diseases because they ne- I glect their children's immunizat- . lions." Dr. Allara stated. [ Polio is far from being ec-l [ pletely conquered," Dr. Allara con ease. "Th, cluded. "To completely knock out cruel this as well as other communiea- their chi-l(tren'"s"immuni z 'tions"7' ble diseases, such as tetanus, dip- Dr. Allara said. "All parents of children under five years of age should begin their children's oral polio vaccine now. It is very simple since no needle is used. This vaccine is either given on a sugar cube or dropped directly into the child's mouth." "The Sabin Oral Polio Vaccine is safe! It should be given to children who are over six weeks old," Dr. Allara said. The health official pointed out that polio usually occurs in the summer or early ,fall and causes damages or destruction to parts of the nervous system of the spin al column resulting in weakness or paralysis of the muscles. It is a highly communicable disease and is spread by direct contact or through germs sprayed into the air. The death rate from polio is one in 15. "No parent would allow his child to play with matches or to run into the path of an oncoming car, but too many parents allow I htheria, smallpox, whooping cou- gh and measles, every parent sho- uld take advantage of the vaccine developed to prevent these dis- eases." I "I urge every parent to see their private doctor or health de- partment as soon as possible." Charles Town Bands Enjoying Annual Band Camp This Week This is the week for the annual band camp for the members of the Charles Town Junior and Sen ior High bands and some 102 be- ginners, juniors and seniors are enjoying a week of both work and play at Camp Frame on Back Creek near Hedgesville in Berk- eley County. The group left early Monday morning for camp and they will break camp and head back for Charles Town right after fast Saturday morning. While at the camp the c are being put through m formations and drilIs, alo sessions of music practice. Supervising the drill and the music in,, John Pestun, band Charles Town's Mayor Carson. Others who are camp as chaperones and the cooking are: Mrs. Tusing, Mrs. J. L, Joseph Snyder, Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Rusty Heare, Mrs. Mrs. Ray Blackford and Vickers. Western Style Dance In Brunswick A western style square will be held at the Fire Brunswick, Md. Sat. from 8:00 p. m. until 11:00 Featuring will be Danny as the caller. This dance sored by the Brunswick Diamond juiblee. The Itouse Eight Square DanCe will be your host for the There will be a donation per couple. READ The (