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II li,ii iIniiinl -- "-- rIllF BANK OF CHARLES TOWN CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 q.e)here anking Is ?leas r NO SERVICE CHARGE - NO MINIMUM BALANCE @ A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 u. . - -- v-- lumum/m II I I ~L I Mrs. Barbara King Tells Group Of Progress Made By Retarded Children The Jefferson County Assoeiat- mn For Retarded Children met Monday night, Sept. 22, at the new classroom of the School of Hope in the Presbyterian Annex, with the meeting being well at- tended. Mrs. Barbara King, teacher, spoke to the group and told 0f! the progress the students l~ve made. Mr. Reininger also spoke on the urgency of making the public aware of the need to get help for these handicapped. The Association would like to thank' all Whohelped with the rummage sale in June and the auction that was held in August, The proceeds of both went to the School of Hope. Anyoneknowning.of any such handicapped children, or parents, of said children, are asked to call one b~ th~hb numbers 535-2246 or 725-5491. The public is asked to make this project a successful one and provide a full group of students for the new classroom. In the years past the birth of a retarded child was kept a well guarded secret. Many times the children reached school age be- fore it was aamitted to anyone. BUT, times have changed! It is no longer thought of as a dis- grace ~nor a family secret not to toe disclosed. There is Help to be given. If these children are tho- ught of as individual future citi- zens, they can be taught. They can be taught arts and crafts that would put many of us who think of ourselves as quite dexterotls, l to shame. With proper tutoring they learn to spell and to write quite well. It requires, someone who is interested in them, and i who things of them as capable individuals; Someone who has the tiatience to show them and to ;give them individual therapy. Attend Church Sunday SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON--FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1969 B--8 Lyle Hoffmn Is Merit Semi-Finalist From Charles Town High Principal Jackson Flanigan, Charles ToWn Senior High School has announced that one student at the high school has been named Semifinalist in the 1969-70 National Merit Scholarship Pro- gram. The student is G. Lyle Hoff- man, son of Dr. and Mrs. Glen~ Hoffman' of Leetown. Lyle's fat- her is a research parasitologist at the United States Fish Disease Research Laboratory at Leetown and his rnothr is a .nursing in- structor at Kings' Daughters Hoe pital in Martinsburg, W. Va. In addition to his academic ex- cellence in English, Social Stu- dies, Physics, French and Math- ematics, Lyle finds time for read ing, writing poetry anff short stories, piano playing, photo- graphy, all sports, and thinking. Lyle is enrolled in the QUEST PROGRAM at Charles Town High School, and his subject for spec- ialized study is the treatment of X00 tOW If your auto insurance limits are "too low" you could be in for a sudden jolt. Jury verdicts have become more liberal in recent years and what may have been adequate protection years ago may not be today, let us check your policy and explain the low costs of higher limits. M ,'nNmUM CXAaLU vowx C:.i An^ former pastor of this charge. ~t. Paul W. Wilt /ivc i[.UV~l~ 131/1~/41~,Kim and Todd Basore, children I of Mr. and Mrs. Ercel A. Basore, a Cnndidafpc ~h~nhprd I spent the weekel~t with their R tee High On Army nlaternal grandparents, Mr. and Ill --* A I Mrs. Delbert Fou'hz of Shepherds- Proficency Test .omecommg Queen town. ' I Mr. Leon Upright of Bolivar, rive Shepherd College stuoems observed his 80th birthday quiet- have been selected by vote of the lv at his home last Tuesday student body to represent the col ~Iembers of his family, who ~oin" lege as candidates for Homecom- ,a him in *he e~enin~ were ~a~" ing Queen. The successful Queen ~a'" ~' :'" ~:~ ('.~? ~.a b~'~" nior and sen '""" """ ~, , canmuates, all OI JU - ~ ~ ,~.a;n ~a i. I Mr. Lores Upright, Mzss Fanme Z'" ~o~ %~.: s, %.~: .~'~ ~ICuster, Mr and 'Mrs. Floyd Wilt uraw, ~ue aoIlnslon, vzana Jucly, o.a c ~'~.a ~.~ n,rla ~.1 i le - uonna ;dessore, anu busan u g Miss Sigle is a resident of Shep an~ and tamLty, a oL ~m[var, herdstown and Miss Messore is~v~rs. Hazel ~olh assxste~ by ,vtrs. PVT. PAUL W. WILT Private Paul Wilt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard "Jock" Wilt, Ranson, who entered the U. S. Army July 19, has finished his basic training and is ~ow station- ed at Fort Gordon, Ga. Pvt. Wilt, was grao'uated from Charles Town ttigh School and he attended Shepherd College for a time prior to entering the serv. ice. His address is Pvt. Paul W. Wilt, U. S. 236-74-1043, Company a Martinsburg resident. Miss George Cox served birthday cake Judy is a resident of Augusta, punch, nuts and mints. Mr. Up- West Virginia. Miss Craw is a right received gifts of money. Frederick, Maryland, resident, Earlier in the week, members of and Miss Johnston is from Somer- his family who called to wish him ville, New Jersey, good health were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Upright and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Upright and family of Leetown. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead (FROM LAST WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCarty, Jr and children, Lorraine and Philip, of Baltimore, Md visited Mr. and Mrs. V. Stuckey, Jr on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen McIntosh of Leesburg, Va were Monday eyen ing dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer, Framingham, Mass are visiting C, llth BN. Bde USATC (M. P.),her parents, Mr. and Mrs: F. O. Fort Gordon, Ga 30905. I Hamstead. I Homecoming for Grace Church myxosoma cerebralis, whirling dis has been set for Sunday Oct. 19. ease of trout. He plans to attend Dartmouth The Reverend Paul Curvey of College in Hanover, New Hamp- East Montclair, N. J, will be the guest speaker. Mr. Curvey is a shire, but he has no definite car- . eer plans. ATTEND CHURCH t Sen. Randolph Given Aw.ar! By University Aviation Assocnation Washington - U. S. Senator Jennings Randolph was honored Wednesday night by the Univer- sity Aviation Association "in re- cognition of his devoted service to the Association and aviation education," during ceremonies at the National Aviation Club. .Randolph sponsored the Civil Aeronautics Act and the first Fed eral Aid to Airports Act and more than 20 other aviation laws, as a member of the Congress. The West Virginia Senator has introduced aviation bills this year calling for a trust fund concept, similiar to the now existing high way trust fund, to help finance needed improvements in our air ways and at our airports, and leg- islation designed to aid Air Traf- fic Controllers. GO TO CHURCH REGULARLY OPTOMETRIST ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE --TO-- 121 North Charles St. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TELEPHONE 725-7213 Now your policy becomes more than just a paper i Let's hope this never happens to you, But if trouble ever should strike, you can count LO on our service and concern for your welfare when we handle your insurance. And, your pol- i icy will be backed by an insurance organization known i the world over for its fair treatment to policyholders. Better see us today. '~ Nzme of Hartford Group company you represent goes here i VOL. PHONE 725-2211 Attend Church Sunday il Harry D. Harhnen Attends Underwriting Workshop In Washington Life insurance specialist Harry D. Hartman of Shannondale, who represents Mutual Of New York in Charles Town, attended MeN- Y'S advanced underwriting work shop held in Washington, D.C. last week. The two-day workshop examin- ed the various fringe benefits available to employees of the dif- ferent types of business entities, with the emphasis placed on the importance insurance plays in this respect. Four Jefferson County Youth Join Junior Holstein Association CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ALWAY~ FIRST ~UALITY WHERE YOU CAN BUY 5 WAYS CASH - LAYAWAY - CATALOG * TIME PAY - CARRYING CHARGE ON REMAINING BALANCE * 30 DAY CHARGE - NO CARRYING CHARGE * ON APPROVED CREDIT [AT THESE PRICES HOW CAN YOU SIT THERE?] IL AND CHECK THESE MONEY SAVING BARGAINS IN DETAIL PRICE BREAKS ON THESE REGULAR ITEMS THROUGH SATURDAY NITE Four Jefferson County youth have joined the junior member- ship ranks of the Holstein Fries- tan Association of America, it was announced this week by the Holstein Friesian Association. Over 1,385 youngsters from all parts of the country, are now actively enrolled in the breed organization's program. The four from this county are: Todd Widmyer, Charles Town: Richard A. Creamer, Summit Point; Betty Milton and Rhonda Milton, both of Millville. To qualify, member candidates must be under 21 years of age and have successfully completed one year's work in a 4-H or vocat tonal agriculture dairy project. Individual ownership ofat least one Registered Holstein is also required, SUPER 6-10A 3hain Saw by McCULLOCH Complete with I O" bar and 4=hain Big 70c~ engine is built for depend. ability-larger cooling fins extends engine iife-prHet breaker points triple point life. More dependable starting, too with DSP compression release. Safer starting with Safe.T- StartTM- Automatic oiling, too-and only 12~ Ibs. less bar and chain. Try itl Alway# Insist on genuine McCulloch cl~in, bar. ~orockete for top performance. PRICE BREAK WOMEN'S REGULARLY 5.00 NOW 3.99 REGULARLY 9,00 NOW 7.99 PRICE BREAK MEN'S REGULARLY 3.98 NOW 3 FOR 10.00 REGULARLY 5.00 NOW 3 FOR 12.00 PRICE BREAK INFANTS REGULARLY 2.49 NOW 3 FOR 6.00 REGULARLY 2,79 NOW.3 FOR 7.00 PRICE BREAK FASHION MANOR REGULARLY 15.00 NOW 12.44 REGULARLY 8.98 NOW 7.44 SPECIAL BUYS ON THESE WANTED ITEMS BOYS BOYS BOYS GIRLS ACRYLIC PILE SIZES 8 TO 20 CHARGE EM GIRLS 3-6x 2.66 7 TO 14 3.66 CHARGE EM MEN'S SIZES S.M.L.XL CHARGE EM HBER FILL SIZES 6 TO 16 CHARGE EM TODDLERS SWEAT PANTS 2.29 SWEAT SHIRTS 3.00 HOODED JACKET 4.50 CHARGE EM MEN'S SIZES 36 TO 46 REG. CHARGE EM NECK SHIRTS SIZES 6 16 CHARGE EM WOMEN'S 1 SIZE STRETCH CHARGE EM MEN'S SIZES 7 TO 12 D CHARGE EM WITH HOODS SIZES 3-6x SIZES 7-10-14 -- 9,99 WOMEN'S 10 TO 20 CHARGE EM SPECIAL 24" Wide 6 Feet Long 24" Wide 12 Ft. Long CHARGE EM SPECIAL SIZES 72x90 SPECIAL 24x46 BATH HAND TOWELS MORE THAN AT YOUR FINGERTIPS IN CATALOG PHONE CENTER Mach!nery,l . DIALJ ROUTE 1 VAI,J PENNEYS STORE HOURS. Mon Tues. Wed Thws. I 9 To 5 Friday & Saturday -- 9 To 9 CHARLES TOWN, ~W~