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VA. No. 150 000 Dr. Family When your prescription bears this label you ~know you will benefit from the that the science of SURGICAL Mr. Rhea W. King, Charles Town. Patricia Margaret Nuckles, She- nandoah Junction. Master Walter M. Proud, Cha- rles Town. Mrs. Margaret Jane Harrison, Brunswick Md: Mrs. Vivian Lucille Daugherty, Brunswick, Md. Mrs. Audrey Starliper, Baker- ton. Mr. Michael Eugene Viands Charles Town. Mamie Charlie Berry, Charle: Town. Mrs. Nancy Jo Upright, Kear- neysville, Route 1. ~rs. Rosemary Jones, Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Frances Emma Payne, Bru nswick, Md. Mrs. Lucy Lillian Penwell, Har- pers eFrry. Mrs. Hazel Mac Hovermale, Bunker Hill. Miss Betty Lee Ashby, Balti- more, Md. Billie Edward Ashby, Baltimore Md. 'Mrs. Geraldine Richard Robin. son, Charles Town. Samuel Todd Widmyer, Charles Town. Mrs. Mary Catherine Flynn, Brunswick, Md. MEDICAL Baby Mary Ann Dugan, Kear- neysville. Mrs. Vernie V. Breeden, Char- les Town. Mr. David Lewis Moten Shenan doah Junction. Mrs. Becky Ann Sine, Ranson. Mrs. Pearl Pauline Frye, ttarp. ors Ferry. Mrs. Violet Kathleen Pulse, Kea rneysville. Baby Elizabeth Anna Bowling, Charles Town. Mrs. Ruth Weller Charles Town Mr. Wilmer Clifford Green, Har pers Ferry. Baby Rose Darlene Smoot, Ran son. Mrs. Juanita Fay Gustines, Mar tinsburg. Miss Rebecca Khye Marken, Har pers Ferry. Mr. James Denton Allgire, Brun swick, Md.. Mrs. Freda Susan William~on, Charles Town. Mrs. Alice Virginia Kehne, Bru nswick, Md. Mr. Charles Bell Cummins.Ham ilton, Va. Mr. Fred John Page, Kearneys- ville. Mrs. Sadie Kennedy Moore, Shenandoah Junction. Mr. Richard Holmes Ruther- ford, Harpers Ferry. Mr. Thomas craig Lynch, Char- les Town. Mrs. Louise Kelly South, Char- les Town. Mr. William Russell Bennett Ransom ATTEND---~RCH Use C-- ifieds Mesdames Hooper, Beeler, Back From Episcopal Conference The Episcopal Church had its advanced adult conference of the Province of Washington, at Hood College in Frederick, Md., from June 12-18; with representatives from Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Washington, D. C. The theme for the Conference was; "A Fresh Look At Worship And Witness." The morning cour- ses explored the problems of the Christian witness in the contem- porary world, and its relation to worship and the lituzigical life and structure of the parish. The afternoon workshops offered op- portunity for intensive practical work in a range of areas pro. grammed to meet important needs of parishes and dioceset. The evxenings were spent in wor- ship and programs. Some of the interesting new aspect were, The Chancel Dancers, The Folk Mass and the Chancel Drama. Those attending the Conference from Zion Parish were: Mrs. A. G. ttooper, ,Jr., and Mrs. II. D. Beeler, Jr., of Charles Town. Read Th~dvocate Be Wise- Advertise County Sdtools FROM PAGE -- 1 ville High School where her hus- band is a teacher and coach; Mrs. Judy Mattera, Edward L. Trittipoe and George Gleason, all from the tIarpers Ferry High faculty; Mrs. Judith Henry from the Renson elementary school; Mrs. Gail She- rman from the Rippon grade school; Robert Madison from Har pers Ferry High; and Mrs. Theda Wintermoyer, Mrs. Mary E. Coyle and Mrs. Dorothy Derr from the Wright Denny School. Other changes made in the teaching personnel were: Mrs. Mary Elinor Peters, Charles Town to be a full-time music teacher at Wright Denny School; Mrs. Viv- tan Fleming to be a full-time mathematics teacher at the Char- les Town Senior High School. 850 Children Another group Of 725 elemen- tary and high school students of the county are also participating in a remedial program which is being held in the county this Summer for the first time. The program of six-weeks duration, is tabbed a "catch-up" project. It provides both elementary and high school students who have dropped behind in their school work to "catch-up" this Summer. A total of 753 students enrolled for the program with 725 show- ing up Friday morning when it got underway. A total of 35 quali- fied teachers are giving instruct- ions in the elementary levels and 19 in high school courses. A total of about 70 teachers and princi- pals are involved in the Head- Start and Remedial projects, Low ery said. Eleven school buses are being used in providing transportation for the students too and from the instructional centers. FROM PAGE -- i Use of the school buses to trans .......... port the children became possible ~:rmgr ~aebr~en[?ren:l~rs ~:~nt when the School Board decided to ....... -~ ......... conduct both programs simultane- e~lcool~tiesan~le lC21~ltaree~lr::l~mS:nr~s ~i~leY. and for the same periods of The children are th~s year be-Bet- f t-es in le , n o n ,e programs are g hau d to and from the lnstru- ~rimaril- finano~n h,, ~no,~] ~hin~l fc~lntwerSa V:cah:(~h~:! bus~s funds, with the 10-percent of the ...... ~ .... cost required of the school board, ~na~ covers mucn or me coumy. [ comin- in the form -f buildin~,s A total of 10 qualified teachers, [ a-a ~,- ..... .~o,~.n ~. ~.~.~. +~,0 p us a host of volunteer workers]board-rovides are once again carrying out the} P nHead Start" prgram in the cu" I ATTEN--'D CH--"-URCH Y, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1966 The Animal Welfare Socmty of Jefferson County held an Exten- sive Committee meeting last week at the Civic Center in Charles Town for the purpose of reorgan- izing its membership and pro- gram. The impending resignation of Mr. Roy Steeley, President of the Society, made it necessary to appoint a nominating committee to seek a new President. Those chosen for this procedure were Mr. Brooke Blackford, Dr. D. C. Master, and Mrs. William Venable There will be a general meeting of all members of the Society in August at which time the report of the nominating committee wil be heard and acted upon. In order to implement the Soc- iety's program of service to ani- mals and their owners, the Execu tive Committee members planned to make a major effort to inform and interest other local civic or- ganizations concerning the Soci- ety's problems needs and work An "organization" meeting is planned for September to which representatives of local civic gro- ups will be invited. At the suggest ion of Mrs. Woodrow Rutherford plans were made to invite Dale Hylton, who is Representative of the Society of the United Hylton wil guide local of County Animal Welfare in planning future will aid in affiliating the with the larger Humane Society of the States. Such affiliation most helpful in giving group the benefits of the nee of this national societY: Vice-President Byron pointed out that Jefferson Animal Welfare Society continue the humane worl~ ed out by both Mr. and Steeley while they lived i~ les Town. Their efforts on of Animal Welfare were of mable value. Mr. Webb ded that Mr. Woodrow ford be offered a positio~ mane Field Officer of the to answer emergency calls shelter abondoned, mals particularly cats since Jefferson County no provisions for the