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lit _ , 1 .... 1 x r 1 _ SPIRIT OF , RSON ADVOCA ITEMS OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF Send Spi.t-Advocate ] at 1 o n a. P In a s. var lea y 6--B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14i KAB LI!TOWI IT " I ' d s I-'---- To Your Daughter Or o Me et of Chlldr en s Nce Enrollment At day he said 75, had By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Son Away At School Major goals are thb same I i! Ifk.,nk,..d P^llan,, I Final totals on registratiol ] in some 47,000 P.T.A.'s of I i!i! i iiiiiii!i~~!!!!!!i!!ii! IJH ItI 'IU l impossible to predict aceur ' .............. In a few days now scores of t the National Congress of i!ii ~iii ~!~:::: :~i~)iiiii!~iiiiii:!i~ili!~i!:iii :!;iiiii i!!ii~ii/:iiii: i !!!i :iiii:it _. . I Mr. Rider said, though past Bitten By Large Snake ' I Miss Shirley Jackson of Avon youths will be heading back to IParents and Teachers, even ii! iiii i ::: ii iiiiiiii:;iiiiii ii!iiii!ii !iiiiii!i: I C[ a e I perience would indicate that ~,~..:~ ,n...,, ~,~...~, ...~.~ _~ t Wood Dairy farm spent the past college from this community..,. . ,:,.:~ :::::::::::::::::::o.::::,::::::::?::::::::::::::: :::::::::::?::::::::::::,::::::: =========================?===================, ====================:===:=:= ....... [ though ways of approaching [ ~i~i~ iiiii~ i~ii~ii~:i~/~ : :iii!iii~iiiiiii~iii~i~J~:~ii i~!:i~ [ [ total enrollment wzll be bet~ weekend with her grandparents. ,Your aughter or son w m them are as diverse as the ...... : !iiii i ii iii!ii !i i iiiiiiii!i iii iiii i: 1850 and 900 This is due to sev ........................................' , , teu you tna~ jus~ anou~ me [ .. !~i~ t~~i~iiii~i~iiiii::iiiiiiii~i~!ii~:: ~ii~i~iii~;~i~;~+~:~iiii~ii~iii~iii~i~i~iii~i~i~iiiii.~iI!~i~ [ Total enrollment early this ' " , * * , ,', i , . Mr. and M~s. ~rank Jackson . : . . ,IMar. incest gift that their parents I various communitles I ~i~ ~:;il. ~ ~i~!!~ ~ ~ ~i~ ~i~j~:~i~i~ ~! :~i~i~ ]weekatSh~ . ~ factors The ueadline ~or |ate I er was b~ti(n Wednesday morn- ....................................... ...................................................... ~:~ ........... . ............... cphe]d Colle e at the .. ing ,,y a very myge copperneaa I ,~m:bur~'^r.:..,., ,.,.~n .... ,, could give them is their home. " ~ : :::~ ~:: :~::~:: :::"::~ ~::~~ :~:~:~] g' ' " ' " " In Alaska, where children ~ii~ ~'~i~i~:~:i:i~!i~:~ close of the second da s regis- g~stzatmn ~s Sept. 16. Many snake_.. The ....... wound was above ,t nam-''" ...................... M.~,~. a.~.~..s .... .~au_~.i..u~v" ,"......... ................. g,,g~.--.~h'~ .... S...:,~, ...... . leave for school ~n the dark and iii! i ~: ::~ Ji i!~ii!iii:i~ i!ii:i ] tration activities showsYa slight dents will register between n~ angle, tie reported to tne Cnar-i =,y o,t.a ~,a,,~, u ~" ~" Jefferson-Advocate And it's return nome in ~ne darK, every ~: ~; ;i'~:~:~:;~ :: ~;?. :::: ::~: :: :::~,~!~ ::~;~:~:~:: ~: [ o ,,a .... ,~.0~o,~.~, o. I ]increase over the same permd ]and that hme Night classes $ les Town General IIospital where [of Mr .and Mrs. Charles Adams, o~ie of the most" reasonable ........................................... ~ ~:~:::~: ::: :: :: ~ ...... ....... ........ ~: ~ ......... ~: ::~ .... i he rest [ ~ ..... [~!.~,!,!:i::!::=!:i ...... ::: .-:::;:~ ~.:~ ........ i:::i: ,i:::: last year Allison P Rider regis-being organized and reglstrati tend P.T.A_. meet ngs t p- ! " w~:~:~:.:.::~i~?~ ;:;:: :; :.:.:::::~;: ~i::~::.: : .................. ~: ~;~:: . . . " . .serum was given-one injection in lR~ppon was omitted from the last ~ifts-arents can*-ive th'eir cot I dent of th~ Alaska Congress of[ , i ~?!!i~:~i ~!~ii:~ i:~:ii!ii:~it I trar and dwector of adm~ssmns ]for them is set for Wednes~ the arm and two in the leg. [ given me last week. l'eee dauuhter or son " ] Parents and Teachers frequently I I i~!~!iiiii~iiJii!ii .~tm=~ ?:~:i!~ !i:ii!ii~ii!!iiiii:i!ii!~ I announced that 776 upperclass. I September 13, with Sept. 2ff~ Bill. Mercer In Hospital J The. following were recent din- "~Vhv~ don't ~vou lro~_ into the I travels hundreds of miles per I i | iii~i i;i!iiiii!ii!i~iii i ;~i i:i~i:~ ~!:iiil;iii;il [men and freshmen had enrolled I the da'te for late registration. [ Bill Mercer returned Io the hos ] ner guests at Avon Wood the Spirit-Advocate office now or say in country where ~empera- .:: ~::~;~ ~;~!~i~i~ ~;~!~!~:: :: :~;~:: ~~~!~ !~:~:::~ for th " " I ....... I | [ I e fall semester. Last year ]tension classes and nurses are pilal last Tuesday for x-rays. In,home of Gen. and Mrs. John N. just telephone Charles Town I tures may stay arouna za oe~ow | ........................ ................................ :~i ............. :::;~ 'at the close of .................... ====:===:==:=========:========:=============: ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: :: ................... ::: ::::::::::::::::' registratiOn On [ne [o oe a(lae(l the near future he plans to enter Andrews Admwal and Mrs Nor- . iri .......................... ,': ............................ " :::"~ .................. - ..... ' .. . I . :- . ..... "- . 222 and have the Sp t-Advoc- I zero for weeks at a stretch. She I l~:;iii!;~i~!i~i:!~~i: ::: :::: ~:~ [ * ] can reach many commumtms on- [ II li ~iii~iiiii iiii!i I -- me nosp~m~ ~or surgery, tim DrO I gaara o[ Annapolis. ~a., ~wr. and ate started the day _vour~ bov [ ly by small plane. I I I lill ! i iiiiiii ii I ther and sisler-in-law Mr. and [Mrs. Ted Nirkson, Mr. and Mrs. or ~irl arrives at college~ An~i [ In Hawaii, the autumn ripen- I ~ l ~5~iii~!~i~I~iiiiiii~;~i:~i~i~;!~::~il ~i~ I , DR VERA FIS H " Mrs. Gilbert Mercer of Fallston,]M. T..Broyhill Dr. and Mrs. Car youTll be sul'prised how little [ ing of the coffee,crop makes fall [ Children of every age and heritage are the concern of the P.T.A., [ [ C ER, Optometrmt Md. were overnight visitors Sat- [ son Dalzelle, Mrs. Cromwell, Mr. th,~ ~,~t ~ ~ [ ~ne season ~or summer rata- [ as the National Congress of Parents and Teachers this fall sched- [ [ EYES EXAM[NED -- GLASSES FrI~ED . urday, land Mrs. Harry Welton all of Ar ........... / ~ion o~rOm lscn~O~a~netl~m~as I ules a new ,membership effort aimed at adding more workers to [I flours:--9:45 - ~.00--Closed Tuesday and Th~ Sandra Jackson, daughter of [ ]ington, Va. ~ ~. ~, .. ] ram.7 .. an .. . e " t the P.T.A. team that now includes more than 12,000,000 I I "OPEN EVENII~C~ By Appointment Only / wan ~ongress president an ac- [ " z i Mrs. Paul Clendening of Avon[ Elmer Dillow was engaged .|0 ~e mmma.0ns , eessible consultant to parentS]note, "It is tho welfare of chil ' nati-no wher~ the Euro .... I I Phone 785 ll~ S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. VL Wood Dairy Farm returned tO]Monday afternoon in the sawing [ and...educatrs ....... who fly ~ from ]dren. But our mdzwdual ap-[Congress of Amerman Parents [I i Romney last Monday where she ] of limbs from three trees on the I~^ rl. [ ~oumeas~.~sla to tears more [ proaches to promoting their ] and Teachers functions; but its i " attends the W. Va. School'for the [ lawn. of the Mercer estate in or- /UI JUM3111UI~ ~1~ !t / a~ou~ ~ne r.z..~, . . .-. [ well-being may Vary as widely [ president, J. Gordon Smock, finds [ ~ [k Blind. She had spent the summer [ der to have clearance for the op- . .... ~. [ . ~memcan senoois ~.n f.urope [ as do the children themselves)' I that educators abroad are any- I I I I '...:.~.. ~_,._, ...... vacation with her family. [ eration of a large crane which At gammn Pa~m,t~ t a eaa anmg_e lO~ne~eO~a~.en ] This fall the National Con- [ ious to cooperate in joint pro- [ l~ l~ /k ~,~z- ~ . 'i Mr Thomas Penwell has -'ur ' ................. " ....." ..... ~'" t ~o oner z rezgu ~ gu .g .... | ~,ress is Sehedulin/r a new mem I grams to help American young- " . ~ "I wm place the concrete SiaD root in elementary grades and ~o nora o . . o " ' - ~ f/gat~- ~ chased a 1957 Yellow black Ply-[on the storage plant and for the: The Board of U S Civil Ser. I ~oin* classes with native chil-I bership effort to enroll more I sters learn more about the cul- l I ~ ~ ~ mouth Station wagon. I installation of a 220 electric line. vice Examiners today" announced t dren. P.W.A.'s in'the European / pebple-:-, parents, teachers, other [ lUrer and people of the countries ~ ~ ~ Danny Clipp, employee of Rob [ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell an examination for the position[ Congress of American Parents [m~ere~tea persons--mr.r.A. [ ,mc.n ~ney are riving. [ I mr ~ o~t~v.~m~tl~t~ e acuv]ues zvzee~mg promems o~ a more and Teachers are concern .d, too, ,, " ,, r~L~S TOWN. W VA. " let Cain, Woodland Farm fell]son Nelson Penwe]l, his daugh- of Substitute for the post office ] ~,;,~ .~-),~ .... oot*bli-~in~ I They will find local pro-Iconventmnal nature ,s typ,cally t W ~ W " i znrougn me tmor ot a psg pen t ters, Marie and Vickie Penwell, at Hanson, W Va | resi~ie~ce"~or'~ch~dr~n'-of~'~ ~ I grams challenging and vital,"[P.T.A." as well, Mrs. Jenkins | Ipr . Ipr ~ ' m.~a, tm" ] ~:~-.'~r~.nd ....rnrn~nf. ~,-" ] Mrs. Jenkins promises, "because [ points out. For example, [ Ir pr while his left hand came in con-[Mrs. Shirley Johnson, the latters No specific experience is re- | ployes~ap-p]y~ng ~oradmission't'o / P.T.A. activities center around [ --The parking problems of / :. * tact with an old fashioned square [ son Larry, Pat Heflebower spent quired. pomtefl sp~ke which pmrced me[Sunday afternoon at~Glen Echo Avvlicants for these nositions ] stateside colleges. [the needs of each comn)un~ty [ some 500 student,who dr!veto [, ~"~"~~~~~~~~ r -- * - ~ s ana ~ne cmzaren who are z~s zu- senooz aaizy a~ ~z~naz~ (zna) Here m the.e far-flung areas t " ' ~ " "" palm of the hand .e y sever-]Park. . ....... in the post office service must / "o well-s in all the areas where [ure. , [High School recently gave r~se[ THE JAYCEES WANT TO THANK ALL SPON- !ng a ~ena.on. n]s ~amuy pnymc.[ Mr" ana Mrs. ~o.Dert ~enwe[, reside within the delivery area of/ un'it of the Nat onalCongress of[ ~ [ 47.000 ~.T.A.,siserve, eachlocal [ Congress of Parents an~PTeach.[parking ]an aamm~s~ereo ~emus sno~s n and two children ltuoy and Betty ....... "~ " , " In Alaska, for exam le, the to a P T.A.spaceSUrveYin thef neighbor-available / ~ORS~ " WHO PARTICIPATE I) IN THE JEFFER: r r" ' me ttanson pos~ otzme. Mrs. Joseph Merce retu ned [ of Martinsburg were visitors Sun Persons interested in takin~ } P,r~nt, a"d Teachers adants its ] era, concerned about education I hood. These students now have I ovz~ ~.~uz~ aL a~zw,r~ r ~ w x~ t tz 2~.~ U,~J~ to her home last week after a v]s/day night with his brother Mr *h~ ,:,,,,~i,.,,~,* =h,,,]~ ~ .... ~,~ | o'~ro~r'a-m-to -fit- the needs of I for children of homesteaders, is ] maps showing free and metered [ TURTLE DERBY, SO WE MAY CONTINUE IN' ...... n ~" - " " ............................ "~ .... / its v~un~sters ] currently urging a study of road ] space, all within easy walking I THE COMING YEAR TO IMPROVE OUR COM- et ot severa~ weeks I. ~oano_Ke,|Thomas. Penwell and family, a~ the above post office or to the ,," " maintenance in outlying areas, distance Thss ~s the way of the UNITY A va. pne.w.as accompan]ea.oy her] Regular evening worsnip ser- Executive Board of U. S. Civil] P Ta " sa,,s Mrs Clifford N ]so that childrenin isolated spots ] --Lack of a library in one of [ ND ITS YOUNG MEN. Dromer.m-law.air. tiu.~er~ ~laus- [ vice will be conducted Sunday ev Service Examiners Room l14-A [ Jenkins, of ~oslyn ~Ieights, L I : [ may be assured of passable [ the elementary schools in Fords, [ ' ........ ~== th 12" routes to school. N J, was corrected through ......... ~:~.~..~.~.~.~.~.~:~:~.~:~.~.~:~.~:~.~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~.~.~%:..~.~.~?~..~ vls]t.enfluck", who Is remaining ,or a I ening|DST. September 17th at 8 o'clock wPStvaOffice Bld~o. 'Charleston 1[, millionN'Y" WhOmembershinnow headSor~anizae " [ Getting" to school ~s a real" ]PTA" " effort Nearly 1,000 books / : .......... :: "~ ..................................... ........................................... ii!~;i;ii;i~i~i! !i~;~iii!il;i~!;i!i~;;:====i:ii~i~ii!;~::~i~::~ii~!~ii~!~i~!!i!!!= ~ ...... ~:~**=:*~:~