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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1978 I . ! It;  , 4-H Club Discusses Ener servation O-DARE-ENERGY AWARE ! of the Bullskin Happy Workers 4-H have been made aware of energy con- through illustrated talks presented at meetings. The above picture shows Lyn a talk in which she stressed that management is a family affair. She many "Do It Yourself" ideas for wise f electricity and then passed out several provided as a free service by Potomac Extension Club Meeting Discusses Child Rearing efferson Extension met June 6 at Mrs. Woodrow Jones Reid as co- ibers were Mrs. Paul the meeting with to the Mrs. theme "Good Mor- 2 Cot. 1:1- a prayer. Shadrach very interesting Without need to ex- basic things: need to experience they are loved. to give a child involving his ways, which time with a , every child place in the place in this is the family every child security. He that he cannot fall of his parents. birth to seven is the most in- period. This m a con- under period activity and ad- the period from 18 is one of in- A child cannot learn to self-discipline himself. Children need to be taught sharing through the parents behavior toward them. Discpline involves more than applying punishment for wrong conduct. It involves com- municating with the child, preventing situations that may produce misconduct and im- mediate dealing with improper behavior in a calm, consistent and loving way. Parent-child relationship will improve if based on love. A letter of thanks was read from the E. L. Rodgers Family for the book presented as a memorial to the Old Charles Town Library. The club con- i stitution was read by the !president and adopted. The door prize for the regional meeting held at Short Gap, Mineral County, was given by Mrs. Donald Heinz, Mrs. Alvin Russell and Mrs. David Wilt. The Leadership Conference will be held October 2-4 at Jacksons Mill. Each club will have an exhibit on "Conserving Energy" at the Jefferson County Fair Aug. 28 - Sept. 2. A buffet luncheon was served at noon by the hostess assisted by the co-hostess, Mrs. Charlotte Reid. During the social period, the Friendship gift was won by Mrs. Norval Johnston. The next meeting will he a luncheon at the Steak House in Martinsburg at 11:30 a.m. on July 11. Conservation Corps ices Eighth Summer Ferry National Park Corps its eighth Harpers Ferry Park, under the Jenny Sue 50 of the many 15 to 18, were in projects. The extends from The Youth Corps is a Work program Congress to ment and for the youth of our nation. The enrollees for this year were recruited from Jefferson and Berkeley Counties in West Virginia. To insure a non-biased selection of applicants, a ran- dora drawing was held on May 12. The enrollees are to work 30 hours per week and devote the remaining 10 hours to en- vironmental education. Three days of their 9 week schedule are to be spent at "spike camp" on Maryland Heights, where they will work on assigned projects and experience group living. INITY OIL CO. INC. SUMMER FILL-UP PROGRAM 1978 , DISCOUNTS, , , , GALLON PLUS 2% CASH TEN DAYS NET 30 DAYS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY ON WINTER HEATING BILLS, ALSO YOUR E TANK,, EFFECTIVE "'JUNE --. JULY --- AUGUST CALL 725-7021 OIL GO., INC. 267-8721 PLIES TO NEW CREDIT APPROVED The 1978 Harpers Ferry Youth Conservation Corps staff, as selected by the Jefferson County Board of Education, includes: Jenny Sue Smith, Camp Director, Clarence Clark, Assistant Director; Tony Lawrence, Work Projects Coordinator; Richard Mc- Donald, Environmental Awareness Person; Sherry Smith, Chief Clerk; Betty Sims, Group Leader and PIO. Jock Tolbert, Group Leader: Renee Senseney, Group Leader: and Steve Kershner, Group Leader.[ Jimrusti. William Johnson, Many of the present staff have I Kandy Kidwell, Robin served on previous YCC staff[ Longerbeam, Sarah Mills, here at Harpers Ferry. I Anthony Newman, Richard Enrollees for the 1978 Harpers [ Newman, Andrew Ogden, Ferry YCC are: Andrew Bailey, [ Cynthia Ogden. William Palmer. William Bailey, Daun Boykins, Mike Rankin. Robert Rankin. Bryan Brown, Tommy Clem, Glenn Clifford, Lavonne Cooper, Yvonne Cooper, Misty Davidson, Kenney Dillow. Dwayne Dixon, Dennis Dodson. Donna Ed- wards, Patricia Fitzpatrick, Kimberly Gruber, Raymond Hosby, DeVale Jackson, Karen Brian Rutherford, Ellen Sen- seney, Constance Sherretts, Carol Smith, Frank Smith. Mark Smith, Lorrie Snyder, Paul Staubs. Angela Trail. John Tripodi, Sandra Twyman, Pieter Van Tel, Phyllis Vitez. Susan Vitez, Thomas Vitez. Charles Weaver, Wilmer Webster, Lynne Weigel, and Timothy Yates. Camp Director Smith points out that, "The YCC summer programs at Harpers Ferry, in the past years, have received top ratings." CB Jamboree Set This Week.End In Cumberland, Md. The Fifth Annual Jamboree sponsored by the 'rri-State Citizens Band Radio Club, Inc., will be held this Saturday and Sunday at Saints Peter and Paul picnic grounds on mason Road in Cumberland, Md. There will be plehty of food and drinks and self-contained camp space available. In ad- dition, there will be continuous entertainment, games, musm and door prizes. Some of the proceeds will go to muscular dystrophy The presentation of grand prizes and eight trophies will take place at 8 p.m. Sunday with the largest, "Super Club Trophy", tobe awarded for the best of competitive events; and the King and Queen Trophy to be repeated. A dance will be held Saturday night, featuring the music of Joe Beeman and the Country Good Times. The Jamboree is open to the public Joint Chiefs of Staff Brown to end 37-year career. 0 ne O nllon PAMPE! PLANTERS Plostic Picnic DISPOSABLE .... 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