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August 15, 1968

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Q Mr. Samuel L. Dillow, Charles theme of "God and His World". Force pilot training at Laredo Town, W Va. Classes have included nursery, AFB, Tex. He is an Air National Mrs Susan R Robinson, Ran- M kindergarten, Grades 1 and 2, Guard officer. son, V Va. ' FRO Grades 3 and 4, Grades 5 and 6, Lieutenant Lloyd will fly the Mr. Gerald M. Cooper, Knox- V ~I and Junior High and Senior High. newest Air Force jet trainers and ville, Md J~ The teachers and. helpers in receive special academic and mill- Miss Kitty S. Southard, Shen- this year's Vacation Church ta/T training during the year- andoah Junction, W, Va. rree~rextfl~o~ t l-'z~: ~rne aeit- School have been: Mrs. William long course. He will be awarded Master Michael D. Duncan, erson ~ounty ~oara oz J~ucauon Breeden Mrs. Henry Jones, Mrs. silver pilot wings upon complet- OBSTETI{ICAL Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. nas approvea me .purcnase ot Joanne 'PenwelL Mrs. Richard ion of the Air Training Command " ~' " i " textoOOKS tO de provlaeu tree to ' ~e~l Co an Mls ~1,~ .~,d ~Jr~ E~-~* ~h~e I~lttleParr cta L. Duncan Nell, Ml~ Be : yffm flying program. -~" '~' pupns in graues l-1 mrougnout o 7~" Baltimore, MO August 6, 1968,Shenandoah June hun, W:Va. the count- The seventh ~rade R b'rt.Peacla.eb.M, rs" Frank Pier- A graduate of Charles Town a ,ire ~vt~ss ~ari a r~ansen, Harpers :.J- . ~" son, .Nll~ LOiS Araby, M~SS ~OO- Senior High School, the lieuten- . " was aoaen mls" year at an up- And Ferry, W. Va Route 2 i erta Robmson, Mrs. Harland ant studied at Shepherd College, ~,~r. ann ~lrs. r~ome J~. ra~nter proximate cost ot ~{, Tne lerso, Miss Jennifer Carner Ed- Charles Town, W. Va August MEDICAL total cost of the program tO'~win*~ Fitzoatrick ".Mrs Kenneth Shepherdstown, W. Va. 7, t968, a boy. . ~ supply and update textbooks in'Athev" Mrs'-Lloyd ~oone, David Lieutenant Lloyd's wife, Nancy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ~nrs Emel ~i reuers, ~haries ra s 1 is 17 t e ~ Mr. and Mrs David Jackson, ,~ " " g de. -7 $ ,000.00. Fu urHostler, Mrs Edwin Fitzoatrick, Richard Cline of 29 Kent Ave ~ UWII~ I/y. Vii. " ",-- (harles ~lown, W. Va August plans include f re e textbooks 1 and Richard Neal. Hagerstown, Md. " -,7 .968,t a;~ ~,~r~.- I Mrs ~fizaDem ~. Green, Harp- through the twelve grades. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. Ken- ers Ferry, W. Va. Typing and Shorthand Class: ~,~ ~ ~~ nan~ .Jr Brunswick, Md August Mrs. Georgia J. Dillow, Charles An adult typing-shorthand class~ ~el'SV KOS~ [~0~ E~rl ~ d 8, 1968, a boy. Town, W. Va. will be offered at the Ch~trlesl J Mr and Mrs Aionzo Green, Mrs Delila Clark r, harles Town Senior High School com. I ~ ~, / ~, l~ D C~:aries Town:, ~V: Va. August 8, Wown,'W Va ' ~" menCing in September of 1968. [l~emo[l~T|on ~|UD |0 ~t rum M~]or" 1968 a ~qrb u,~h, l~,~,i,u, ~" n~.;~ u~, This, class will be offered on a[ t Hdl' *-raae, Mr. an~d Mrs .Julian Smallwood son "~r Va . tuition basis and anyone inter-IHavA fl.finn ~.nday [:fill Purcet]viue.-V:a Auoust 9 1968 0 ",r ~ ~ ~ Tr r~ ~ ~ estea snould contact the Charles i "~'" v~"'~l "*"'~$ a girl." "~'" ~ " ' To=~'~/'~z= Town High School (725-2913)I ~r~,~, +h~ u,+~, Mr. and Mrs. Cylde M. Reed Mrs Viola M. Wade, Bruns- between 9.00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m./Home Demonstration Club will ii iiiiiii:iiii::i~!~::~:~i~ii:::~;:ii:~i !! i:!i i:ii :::i:~i:! Bolivar, W. Va August 12, 1968 wick, "Md. during!he w ee~, of Septemoer lst I hold their annual family l~lcnicli a girt. ',Baby Donna S. Nick, Harpers m ru ~m: ~etans wm de gwenisunday' Aug. 18, beginning at 5 Mr. and Mrs. George N. Crouse Ferry, W. Va Route 2. a[l~l~][i'~'~me~ " ~ l [p m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Jefferson, Md Route 1, August Mrs. Margaret T Wood, Rip- . xex]oje ~eneuu~e: .~nepnerus-li~'utz on the Opequon Creek near ~::~i~:.}}~ i~ " "*~:" >:% " ~;:i:.~i 12, 1968, ~ ~irl town mgn ~cnooi wm ot~er a port, w va [ Leetown All memoers are urgeu " " " s 'varymg-ume scneume ourmgi " - ~ii::~ ~!!ii~iiii~iiii SU~f;1CAL Mr Wflham I. Glfft, Harper :~ . . ~to attend the affmr with their~i~!~.:"~ ~.~:~:~:~:~ - :" - " "'" V Ro ~ 1 ~o~-~u wlm classes meeting trom . '. . terry, ,w.a ute . . . ~amlnes. Mr (onmc I Lloyd, tIedges 35 : ". " " ~" ~ " '~" ~,~ n ~$ Le ~ minute to 105 minute periodst ~iiiii~iiiii~]*~: :::::::::::::::::::: ~:~:~::~:~:~**:*~::~ xfltc. W. Va R( ute 3. Ferrv, W Va, Route 2 durmg the course of a week. The ' "/ .' " modular schedule at Charles ~ ' :iiiii~i~!i!!i~ti:ii~ I Miss Carrm E. Itunt, Charles Kummaoe Sale l0 Be '~:~'~:~'~:'~ 1 rmac sts II xr. Town W Va Town l-llgn tscnool WUl nax e some ] Children* Association 1 SCOTT & WHITE MisL Gar" 'E Gibson Har-ersclasses scheduled for 40-60 and ~ ~. ~,~ ~ ~:i~:::!ii~:::~: ,~Xvw ,m~ ,), ~o it ~ r.~ ~ ~a ',v 80 minute periods during a school ~ nero r0r ~etarnen i L/:~:~ "~"7~ I[-i;('Ci'nd;; H Carroll, Ranson week: The ~tudent's .typicalhdalYs! lSa ~nlng 0 tile p St at sc 0"I lW 'Iast'e, T rone McDonald Char that haveadoptedmodularor 1 ,u,?: ,=. TIt ,e:';L. Va ' flexible scheduling; and the hum-I NO. 150 000 Dr. ~!ly ] ~ ~**~"~)~, " -; . ber seems to be growing every A rummage sam wm ne nero i " l l" ~ur. ~xennem ~ ~enmns, harp- . ]Friday and Saturda~ August 23, EARL ~r[AaNDS ~~rtptton ~1 ers Ferry, W Va Route 2= ~, ,hra to 8th Graders" a,o- ' 24 m the Charles Town Presby- Earl Viands, son of Mr. and b~ label you know I I Mr. t:~yoe t~. Thomas, Harpers .u~,~ "-'-" -'- "d%~'~:'terian Church educational build- F ~ o ora wul de ottereu to selecteu Mrs. Thomag Earl Viands Sr. of i ~ '~')I~flt'from the lit errs, W~ Va R ute 2. oi~hfh~,~da ~tnd~nt ~t .qhen mg as a benefit to raise funds Charles Town, was chosen "Best ~~,~ "-~ it Mrs Louise H. Muller, Summit y'~,-7"?'~,-""=. ~:"'2~':" . ".~ 2=2~" for the Jefferson County Assoc- I ~'~ "~ 7. l IPoint,'W Va nerustown n~gn bcnool in ivl~. . Drum Major' in the Flint Hill nharma~.earl nrovid~ I I :: " 69 This would make it "-ossible iallon ~or t~e[arueu t~fllloren, me, ,~.v : ~t Mrs. ~,~ancy J. rtooertson, t:nar ~,~ ,~,~r~ th,~o ~,','~]er Persons patronizing the sale are Firemans parade Thursday night ' W ~ ~ " . August 1st. " les Town, . Va. .~,~n : ,J ~ ~.,~ four asked to use the Liberty street v d t ld'n Earl has been in the band for si e entrance o me om 1 g years of high school mathematics ' six years and was recently chosen ~, n ~t the end of the junior year and ~- drum major at the 1968 band Way To Subscribe To The 1 elect to study calculus in the sen- [~ Vim. W Ihvd oamp held at Camp Frame. Earl - * " " m I'i rr ew'ear ,v$u bass horn in the band and ~ ' N~-graded English: The non-,1 I~ I~,! . has held 1st chair for four years. " DiD,T: A ~ ~ ~ A T [ I i graded English program at Char- |n A|r r0[~:~ rllU[ Mr. Pestun and the members of : ,~ [ I II~,| ~[ ~ ~ ~ ~,L I I los Town High Schbol is the the Charles Town Senior High -- - ' llzeeond in .the state to undergo Tra l i a, Band congratulated Earl for his |lsuch ~cffrHculum l~vision in the IIIII1~ /41 k(l|l~UU, fine performance. Enter My Subscription I I Lang u~age: Arts. Kanawha County Why - - ! l SChOOlS w~li oeg r~ t ei n- u ." / ~ |igradeff Language Arts program in Find i/ To,l:196s 69. Non-graded English pro- ,~ ~ ~ a~ jf~ ~ ~lgrams are also used .in nearby e o-m mlnOnT County, V,rgmla. 5od" Will B. Sermon orlmt - elUWutmn I[ era For Method, sts Sunday Name: ' : : v "v[ --r l rch School Opel "Why People Can't Find God" will be .the sermon topic Sunday " for persons attending Asbury : ss: Fdd' H|,h, United Methodist Church, located HOUS a,e' ;r.- on the corner of N. Charles and A dre ~Iorth Streets. The Rev. Mr. J. ~ ~"~ ~ " " Pupils and teachers of the St. Lee Wiiliams is minister. " " :--,~ - ~,***~ w ~ ' Thomas Lutherans Church Vacat- The morning worship service ion Church School will hold an is at 11 o'clock. A nursery for ;S L. e This Coupon and Just Send $5.00 . (P!us 15 Cents Tax in West Virginia) I ]leg, 1.99 i isses' never.lron #.ts solids wlth buttoao down, high or convert- ible collars, long sleeves, 26" shirt tails. E(IONOMY ]q r.PAKS fOR SCHOOL Reg. $1 7 pens plus po&et-size dictionary; 10 retract. able clip.on ball pens in gay colors; 17 pen pack including 2 markers! Sets to fill cv r t Open House for parents and fri- ends Friday night, Aug. 16, at the church beginning at 7 p. m. A total of 86 children have been participating in the classes which have been studying the 7he OM' Ten IT. VIRGIL W. LLOYD Laredo, Tex. - Second Lieuten, ant Virgil W. Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E Tagyd of 210 Euclid Ave Charles Town, W. Va has entered the U. S. Air "The difference between a democrat and a republican is one vote." YOUR "M A N" $ S RVI WILL APPRECIATE SPIRIT Of JffFERSON.ADVOCATE He'll want to keep informed of happenings at home andnews of his friends and neighbors while away. The best way to help him do this is to send him The Spirit-Advocate. BROOXDALL ML 'S SHIRTS nmsrs pr. Reg. 3 pr. 2.79 Premium quality combed cotton. White. T.shirts nylon rein- forced non-sag neck- bands. S-XL sizes. Briefs non-roll elas- tic. Full 30-44. USE COUPON BELOW TO START THE PAPER TO HIM V------=- : Ie" '" x I [ Charles Town, W. Va. ] [ Please Stact The S irit-Advocate To ] i P : I i. i I SERIAL NO. I I I i ADDRzss ' I I i I I I i " ' "*'' *~* ~ "~'' * " ' *''''' * '*" '*''~ S I Signed I 2 II "Your Home Newspaper" SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1968 " . such as the building of wells I ~ L.~: v l " ' ,m cul erts, smal bridges and also l ~, ,~"~[ Donald Adams, 701 jefferson l schools. Equipment and materials I,I KI~II:IJ II |~ p.m.AVenue' Sunday, evening at 6:30i are made available ~hrough thei I ~I~01~HTli~i' The Jr. I~IYF will meet Monday Marine. F unC rpsd. Reserv. Ci. ic Act-ti "'-'" ADS I.o at6:30 p. m. at the church. Youth Iion I ~~~$ Choir Tuesday, 7:30 p. nL / ~ ~ / ~i toUr ~hoir W~ a~at~ ~ ~~: ;the Commission on Member- ship and Evangelism, Chairman, Mr. Thomas Kern, will lneet on ~o~o~o~o~o~o~*0o~o~ Thursday evening at the church. o D on. TIIIBi Crp. os ATH , Gffe Prom son Whde Semng In V|etnam BY CHARLES J: W.: (M9037) Vietnam (FHTNC) How often do you express doubt~,b How often doyo~ Aug. 6 -- Marine Lance Corporal about your abilities or doubts about other peopRi? ,It/ii Donald E. Coons, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E, Blake of Rte. wise to have doubts at times about~ certain things, ]~t 2, Harpers Ferry, was promoted become chronic and cloud simple reasoning, then:,~0ul to his present rank while serving teriorated to a sickness of skepticism ) ! with the First~ Marme Division" ~: ~ '*~ in South Vietnam. To doubt is only human. This was true from th~ His promotion was based on Psalmists to and through the days of Thomas an~l i,~ time in service and rank, military When we find ourselves gripped with uncertainty, we.: appearance, and his knowledge have doubts. But promiscuous doubtin~ should:not be.: of selected military subjects. As a member of the division, Doubts torment us only because we havel.too liflle : he helps capture and destroy en- true whether it applies to people, science, ~eligion~or'~ emy forces. During large and Obviously then the best way to reduce doubts is to ~] small scale operations he is sup- Sounds simple?' It is ~ " : '~ ported by. tanks, artillery, am. phibian tractors and engineers His unit is also engaged in" a: SMITH & STRIDER MEM )RIAI~FUNI~,i~i civic action program designed to CHARLES TOWN, WEST ~IRG~ assist the Vteinamese people in '~'~ , completing self-help projectsi ~ 7i :i#. ) , i AND, TIME TO FOLLOW YOUR F.AV0RITE JEFFERSON COUNTY. And SECTIONAL FOOTBALL TEAI KEEP ON TOP Of Local And Sectional FOOTBALL 6AMES Througout The Seasolt With A Subscription TO THE-- > I Get the complete coverage, plus pictures of all games of CoUnty High Schools and Shepherd College, as well as : eroU sectional teams o~ interest, each week on the sports page~. :. Winner d Six W. Va. Press Assn. 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