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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1978 Blood At August 17 Bloodmobile Locally I of 2 persons presented Thursday, August pint of blood at the Red Cross Blood- the Lions Center under the span- of the Charles Town And a total o'f 70 collected. W. Shenk became a of the ll-gallon club; Burns, the 9-gallon R. Painter, 4-gallon J. Edgar, 3-gallon R Crim, 2-gallon James E. Jones, 1- club. radio station had the of contributors visit, with 11, while 8 and the Church had 6. the administrative for the visit were the Mrs. Garland Mr. Rondo and Mr. Henry Mrs. Harry Strouse Tom Lennon. Mrs. Albert Sch- wartz. Bloodmobile Aids, Mrs. Howard Fellers, Mrs. James Grantham, Mrs. Holmes White, Mrs. Naomi Barrow, Mrs. Richard Shirley, Mrs. James Solenberger, Miss Lucille Heflebower, Mrs. Thomas Butch, Mrs. Richard Magaha. Nurses, Mrs. Paul Coomler, Mrs. Paul Corso. Typist, Mrs. Oscar Wilt. Office, Mrs. John Ambrose. Canteen, Mrs. Stanley Kelley, Mrs. Stanley Conrad, Mrs. Grace Bayer, Mrs. John Kelly, Miss Frances Heflebower, Mrs. A. B. Cash, Mrs. John Smith. The donors and the organizations, businesses, etc., they represented, were: Presbyterian Church, Sandra Viands, Agnes Lutz, Caleb Burns, Jr., James Burns, Donald Rhodes, Patricia Huyett. Hock's, Cyrus Moler. Badger-Powhatan, Hilda Kriss, Rosa Weister, Helen Boyd, Calvin Hough, Vickie Penwell, William Anders, Mamie Harris, Gary Hefiin. Asbury UM. Church, Dianne Coleman, Peter Dougherty, Debbie Kilbourne, Russell Cave, Carl Shenk, Stanley Conrad. WXVA-WZFM, Glenn Hildebrand, Warren Sibert, Sharyll James, Fred Crawford, Joy Schwartz, Patricia Crim, Behe Knicely, Susa n Luce, Steve Snyder, James Jones, C. Kay Keller. C&P of Maryland, Fay Orn- dorff. Boy Scouts, Gilbert Smallwood. VFW, Fay Montfort, Paul Montfort. Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Johnson Lykens, Margaret Heffner. YACC, Edmond Grantham. W. Va. Extension Service, Delores Nicodemus. Leetown Baptist Church, Iris Chrisman. Halltown Presbyterian Church, James Tabb. Citizen's Fire Co., Allen Cain. Chuck Edgar Painting, Lucy Edgar, Charles Edgar. Jefferson County Board of Education, Peggy Logan, Ed- mond Stewart. Summit Point U.M. Church, Paula Burch. Halltown Paperboard, Ran- dolph Anders, Carl Day, Jr., Hollins N. Randolph, Jr., David Painter. St. James Catholic Church, Tracey Collins. Jeff. , Co. Extension Homemakers, Judy Matlick. National Park Service, Arthur Wehb) Jr: Calvary Assembly of *God Church, Kathryn Hoffmaff, Amelia Parker. Jeff. Co. Planning Com- mission, Merle Johnson. South Jeff. Ruritan, Robert Stone. Oakland UM, Church, Mary Henry. Gary and Judy's, Gary Phalen. US. Steel, William Jackson Friendship Baptist Church, Lovada Runion. HBPA, Richard Lambert. Blue Ridge Fire Unit, Robert Kircher. Zion Episcopal Church, Marta Kerns. Potomac Edison, Lester Potter, Gary Price. Self, Jean H. Dignazio, Mary Hendrick, Beecher Hess, Tom Moses, Patricia Cronin, David Owens, Nancy Whittington, Betty Hovermale, Harla Berry, Samuel Crim, Kathy Angle, Joyce Jones, Sally Nick, Dale Stewart. "Man by nature is fond of novelty." Pliny The Elder BETTY LOU'S ADULT "MAD SQUAD" ANNOUNCES Registration for the Fall Dance Semester with BETTY LOU'S DANCE STUDIO TAP.. .... JAZZ ..... BALLET TECHNIQUE Class openings for Tots, Juvenile and Adults are now available 3I-lt.: REGISTER EARLY --- CLASSES LIMITED Call BETTY LOU CAVALIER Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mrs. Boyd, Toothing, Head Cystic Fibrosis )Campaigns In County Jay Crouse, president of Bluegrass Chapter, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has an- nounced the appointment of the following people as chairmen of the annual "Breath of Life Campaign" in Jefferson County. Mrs. Francis Irene Boyd for Ranson and Mrs. Francis Toothing for Harpers Ferry will lead local volunteers in their communities to raise funds to support research and care programs for children affected by lung-damaging diseases like Cystic Fibrosis, severe asthma, chronic bronchitis, and bron- chiectasis. The door to door drive is scheduled during October, which has been designed as Breath of Life month. Approximately one of every 1,500 babies are born with Cystic Fibrosis, which is still incurable. C-F is inherited when both parents are carriers of the recessive gene which causes C- F. It is believed that ten million Americans are symptomless carriers of this gene. Current research funded by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is seeking a practical test to identify these carriers, as well as a cure for C- F and better methods of treat- ment for all lung-damaging diseases. Most people don't realize that there are millions of children in the U.S. affected by lung- damaging diseases. For some of these children breathing is a struggle, rather than the natural function we, woo are lucky, take for granted. The "Breath of Life" Cam- paign will support not only research, hut diagnosis and treatment of children with lung- damaging diseases in C-F Centers across the country. There are more than 110 of these Centers, which also provide for eucational programs and research. Reading Course is Offered By Center The regional Curriculum Improvement Center, headquartered in Martinsburg and serving eight counties in West Virginia, has announced a course on methods to teach reading comprehension for teachers of Grades 5 through 12. "Strategies In Reading", a graduate-level television-based course offers practical knowledge in helping students increase their ability to acquire content and comprehend other course-related materials. The course will be offered on Thursday evenings, beginning September 14, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., in Petersburg and Ram- hey, W. Va.; and in Cresaptown, Hagerstown and McHenry, Md. Additional information is available from Nancy C. Kilmon in Martinsburg, telephone 263- 8948; or from Frank Peto, phone 301-729-8155 in Maryland. iiiii i THE NEW FARMER'S MARKET located on U,S. Route 340 east of Charles Town next to Spor- tsman's Motel Has FINE COUNTRY HAMS for picnics and Side Meat. OPEN SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ! i I i i ! 5 0 % off ON Summer Merchandise *IBAqI[IK 1FqlD 0000I[IHCCIL' SPECIALS 10% Off Coats, Jackets, Dresses, Pants & Shirts Special Rack of Sweaters Giving Away Gift Certificates 'SlO $15 $25 e e t e e e e . . e First Five children accompanied by Parents will receive a FREE DOLL WITH A CASH PURCHASE. FREE Balloons and Coffee and Donuts ALL SALE ITEMS CASH OHLYI i: k Yung FashiOns West Washington St. - Charles Town, W.Vo. AGAIN THIS IS @ . IN JEFFERSON COUNTY And Blakeley Bank & Trust Company of Ranson Is Going All Out To Help Make This 26th Annual County Fiesta The "Biggest" and "Best" Of All With A Record Number of Entries By Offering sS00 In Prize Money To Fair Exhibitors Ten Big Prizes in All Are Being Offered By Blakeley Bank As An Incentive For More Exhibitor Participation Special Awards For Livestock Divisions A Sl00 Certificate of Deposit And A Sl00 Savings Bond will be awar- dQd to Two Lucky .Exhibitors in the Fair Livestock Division. Each LiVestock Exhibitor w,II be gnven one ticket on each head of livestock ntered and as a feature of of the Special Festivities Friday Morning QPtember I, the first name drawn from the hundreds of livestock entry tickets will be presented the Certificate of Deposit and the second drawn will be the winner of the Savings Bond. Special Awards For Horticulture, Homemakers, Floriculture Departments Five $500 o Checking accounts along with two $25 oo Savings Accounts at the Blakeley Bank & Trust Company Bank will be awarded to holders of lucky registration numbers in the Horticulture, Homemakers and Floriculture Depar- tments of the Fair. The five checking accounts will go to the holders of the first five numbers drawn and the three s25 Savings Accounts will go to the next three lucky numbers selected. BLAKELEY BANK & TRUST COMPANY Ranson, W.Va. PHONE: 304-725-7n14 MEMBER F.D.I.C. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM