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2O SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1978 BANK (3F ( CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 I Member FDIC Student Completes Pilot Internship At Jeffersonian Mr. James S. Hecker, Ad- ministrator, Jeffersonian Manor, Inc., in conjunction with Dr. Joe Manjone, Physical Education Department: Shepherd College announced today that Miss Tamsen J. Farmer, a senior in the Recreational Therapy Program at the college, has completed her internship program at Jef- fersonian Manor Nursing Home. This Internship Program for Recreational Therapy Majors was conceived by Dr. Manjone initially as a Pilot program in order to provide an academic vehicle for students to benefit by a practical exposure to the rudiments of Recreational Therapy as it applies to the geriatric patient. This program provides for a student to spend up to 400 hours directly involved in the organization and conduct of a Recreational Therapy Program at the Nursing Home. In addition the student receives, under the direct supervision and conduct of the Administrator, additional instruction and ex- perience in Management Techniques and systems, fiscal systems, general personal ex- perience and in general an overview of the entire spectrum of management matters related to the operation of a Health Care Facility. Included are lectures, field trips to other facilities, preparation and presentation of professional papers, report writing, testing and the preparation and implementation of Recreational Therapy plans for selected Residents. The latter involves the actual preparation of a personal Recreational profile for the resident from which a carefully tailored plan evolves. This plan is then carefully monitored and evaluated at precise stages throughout the plan of execution. Miss Farmer, the first student to be so selected and assigned, will be entering her senior year at Shepherd College. She is a resident of the Martinsburg area, a graduate of Martinsburg High School and a member of the National Honor Society. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Talmadge W. Farmer of that City. She had previously com- pleted some 120 hours of therapeutic Recreation ex- perience at the Veterans Ad- ministration Center at Mar- tinsburg. She has also par- ticipated in several professional Conferences and is a member of the Student Association of Health, Pbysical, and Education and Recr.ation, the Phi Epsilon Kappa Society, the West Virginia Park and Recreational Association and the West Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Mr. Hecker stated "this has been one of the rare pleasures an Administrator shares to become involved in the Academic process. In Miss Farmer's case particularly I was thoroughly impressed to find a student so well motivated and anxious to secure the most from such an opportunity. To be sure a great deal of effort was required by both the student and myself in order to ensure that the program met programed and required academic goals. Yet the emergence of this student as a potentially superior and ef- fective professional justifies the enormous effort that went into this academic course of study." In addition he added "the Residents prospered by her presence, experience and practical application." Mrs. Maxine Shadrach, the Director of Activities at Jeffersonian Manor, the staff officer to whom Miss Farmer reported directly, stated, "I have rarely found a student of her age and ex- perience capable of providing a mature and practical approach to the needs of the geriatric patient. Her contributions to our program were marked indeed and I was delighted to have her assist me and sad when her program was completed." it is anticipated that the In- tership Program will be a continuing one which will in- clude at least one student each semester. Dr. Manjone is currently evaluating the program results for refinement for future implementation. Special appreciation is due to other facilities in the area who assisted this program, by ac- comodating requests for field trips, and certain other agen- cies. Notably were Mrs. Sybil Shiffman at the Shenandoah Home, the Staff at Valley View Nursing Home in Berkeley Springs, the Staff at Avalon Manor Nursing Home in Hagerstown, Mrs. Kenna Travell of Knotts Nursing Home, Mrs. Lee Small, Director of the Jefferson County Committee for the Aging and various other county and state agencies whose imput to this program was substantial. Mrs. Louise Rogers Campaign Chairman Mrs. Louise Rogers has been named Mental Health Association Campaign Chair- person for Ranson. As campaign chairperson, Mrs, Rogers will organize Bellringer volunteers to go house-to-house during Sep- tember, in the town of Ranson. All proceeds from the cam- paign will benefit the Mental Health Association in West Virginia, a voluntary citizens'- organization. One of the primary goals of the Mental Health Association is to see that people are served in their own community, when they need help. The Mental Health Association receives no government funds. The association must rely on public support to continue its work on behalf of the mentally ill. V'WW"qP" "qP "   V "qr V 'qY HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Dial 535-6528  Ak, dt,. al. Alk AlL Ak dlk Ak Mrs. Nellie Hoffman would like to thank each one on Cavalier Heights who donated cakes and money for the Friendship Fire Co. auxiliary during the carnival week. Junior "Miss Jefferson County" Charm Revue Spon- sored by the Bolivar Civic Association, October 14th 1978 7:39 P.M. Harpers Ferry Junior High School. All Junior High School Students eligible, Special entertainment, Children $1.00 - Adults $2.00. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan of Berkeley Springs were recent visitors with her brother, Reid Oeronimo. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shepherd and son from Lovettsville, Va. visited her mother, Mrs. Albert Elsea last Friday. Mrs. Steve Spurlock from Leesburg, Va. spent the past weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea. The United Methodist Women of Bolivar U.M. Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Lancaster's in Tuscawilla on Monday September llth 7:30 p.m. Remember the Womens Club Fashion show and luncheon to be at the 'Cliffside Motor Inn on- Wednesday September 20th 12:30 P,M. Tickets available at the bank of Harpers Ferry and Cliffside Motor Inn. Men are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Zook of Chevy Chase, Md. visited the Cavalier Farm on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Zombro and family from Brunswlek, Md. visited his mother Mrs. Ella Zombro on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Earl Rowland and family were recent visiton with Mrs. Mattte Singhas. Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Crock and family attended the Crock reunion on Sunday at Hampshire Park near Romney West Va. I  A  .dlk AL.  Ak Ak ah. al SIENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 "qr "v- v y-lr Ny Ny -F-  "F  Mr. Robert Ashley Webber, 86, died Thursday at Memorial Hospital, Frederick, Md. Born in Knoxville, Md.jhe was a son of the late Robert D. and Mary C. Merriman Webber. He was a member of St. Francis Catholic Church, in Brunswick. Prior to his retirement he was employed with the B&O Railroad. He was a paymaster. He was a member of the B&O Veterans and Brotherhood of Clerks. He was very active in the Democratic 'party in Frederick Co. and a life member of the Jeffersonian Democratic Club. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs.. Caroline Ayres, of Rosemont, Mrs. Evelyn Darr, of the Junc- tion, and Mrs. Ramona Castle, of Knoxville. Two sons, Paul S. Webber, of Walkersville, and Alfred L. Webber, Knoxville. One brother, James G. Webher, of Knoxville, seven grand children, 13 great grand children, and four great great grandchildren. A mass of Christian burial was held from St. Francis Catholic Church on Saturday at 10 a.m Rev. Peter Hiltz officiate. Burial was in the Reformed cemetery in Knoxville. Much sympathy is extended Mrs. Darr. Mrs. Agnes Phillips, of Sandy Hook, Md. has been visiting her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross. Their brother Mr. Joe Snyder is a patient at the Veterans Center, Martinsburg. Mrs. Lee Stickel is daughter, The Rev. and Mrs. Donald Moore, in Keyser, W.Va. Captain William E. Miller of Gales Ferry, Conn. is visiting his cousin Miss Lillian Myers. Mrs. J. Clive Myers has returned home after having visited her daughters in Los Angeles, C. Mrs. Robert McGarry and Miss Lillian Myers have returned home after having been patients in Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner and son Michael, of Middletown, Penna., spent Sunday with her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snyder. Miss Lillian Myers recently spent the week with Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Chap- man have returned to their home in Florida, after having sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Breeden. Uvestock Largest Ew The sales of the steers, market hogs and lambs were the most in the history'of County Fair, with grossing $38,!92.30. Of the 39 head of average price was pound and brought in $35,860.15. Also the weight was 1,063 average price per $919.49. According to agent, Dan Payne, "I the youngsters made their sales." There were only sold, which is a low visiting her son in law and, visited their brother in law and year. Family savings. SAVE 46% SALE s7.99 Reg. 14.99. Men's and Boy's Suede leather Athletic Shoes with Vinyl Trim. Choose from Tan or Tobacco in Men's Tan or Blue in Boy's sizes. 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