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November 30, 1978

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2O SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1978 ly Master of Ceremonies Johnny Grissinger is shown crowning Candee Dillow, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny DiUow of Harpers Ferry, "Tiny Miss" Queen in the November 18 Miss Thanksgiving Beauty Pageant, sponsored by the Hurricane Majorettes, and held at Wright Denny Elementary School. The first runner up was Laurie Williams, (left)five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams of Charles Town; while the second runner up was Patricia Wines, (right), &year-old daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. John Wines of Shenandoah Junction. i s The west Virginia Healt Joh . Ya g, De Systems Agency will conduct an Ferry. orientation meeting for HSA Other members include J. committee members in Region Richard Hawvermale, director g, Berkeley, Jefferson and of Region 9; Stuart Harfle, Morgan Counties, on Friday and Saturday, December 15 and 16 at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg. The regional committee is composed of providers, representing hospitals, nursing homes and other health agen- cies; consumers, representing the general public; and representatives of Region 9 and the Health Systems Agency. The West Virginia Health Systems Agency, one of 220 in the United States provided for by the National Health Planning and Resources Development Act of 1974, is a non-profit, non- governmental operation. It is charged with assessing the level of health services as they presently exist in the state and with developing a Health Systems Plan and an Annual 'Implementation Plan. At the same time, WV HSA will review proposed projects, then make recommendations to state government on whether or not the proposed changes are needed and will improve health services in the state or area. And WV HSA will assist institutions and organizations in developing resources to meet needs for health services. WV HSA is funded by the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare and may accept contributions from in- dividuals, groups and industry, as long as contributions are not from providers of health care. Any West Virginia eighteen years of age or older is eligibleto become a member of WV HSA. Membership is free. As a member, one is eligible to be elected to the Board of Directors and may serve on committees of that board. Regional Health Advisory Committees hold meetings monthly. Each is open to members and the general public. Here "in the Eastern Panhandle, the current make-up of the Region 9 ~ committee includes: Providers: James Bryan, administrator, Jefferson Memorial Hospital; Doris Gambino, R.N Martinsburg; Dr. Lee Horton, Martinsburg; Dr. Jean Lucas, Martifisburg V.A. Center; Ward Nicklin, assistant commissioner, West Virginia Department of Welfare, Martinsburg; Dr. Hiram $izemore, Shepherdstown ; Gordon Taylor, City Hospital, Martinsburg, iand Arlie Winters, Jr Berkeley Springs. Consumers: Donald T. An- derson, H DeNeen Long and Michael Scales, Martinsburg; Conrad C. Hammann and Martha Josephs, Shepherd: stown; Ruth Leslie, Kear- neysville: Helen Mason, Teresa MeBee, Thelma Miller, and Glen Stotler, Berkeley Springs; and coordinator of Emergency Medical Services; HSA Board Member Ivan Asay, Berkeley Springs; and John C. Beckman, of Martinsburg, field representative for WV lISA. Educators Attended teadenhip On Wednesday, November 15, Cacapon State Park was the site of a workshop on educational leadership. Over ninety supervisors and administrators from the school systems in the Eastern Panhandle's eight counties gathered at the lodge to hear Dr. Gordon Cawelti speak on the nature of leadership in the educational organizatioh. Dr. Cawelti is executive director of the National Association for Supervision of Curriculum Development. Sponsored by the counties' Councils on Continuing Education and the Teacher Education Center of the Regional Educatitm Service Agency VIII, the workshop evolved out of the region's educators' desire to improve their leadership skills which would enable them to better understand and perform their job responsibilities: Dr. Cawelti described a leadership model which involves the in- teraction of a leader's task- oriented and people-oriented behaviors. He emphasized that a leader's behavior must related to the maturity level of the group with whom he is working. For example; a highly motivated and mature group will require a minimal amount of direction from its leaders whereas a less internally motivated group will require a greater degree of instruction from the leader. Dr. Cawelti presented his information utilizing his own skill de 'elop- merit model, which consists of four components: first, the theory; second, instruction; third, modeling, and finally, enactment. Ranson Town Council Again Qu0mm A special effort will be made to obtain a quorum for the next meeting of the Ranson town council December. 5. There ave bee, no meetings in November. Twice, the meetings have been called off, because of the lack of a quorum, the latest last Tuesday night, November 21. Only two council members, Tom Clark and Shirley Jones, and Recorder Mary Baker were present November 21. The November 7 meeting was also cancelled because a quorum could not be attained. t Entire line of Heavyweight Robes le S l 12o ,o s2400 Reg. ~14.00 to s30.00. DusJer-length button front or floor length in wrap around style. As pretty as they are warm and cuddly. Choose from Arnel tricacetate fleece, 100% Acrylic pile. Somewith hoods unior and Misses sizes. Entire line. of. Heavyweight Sleepwear i Sale s6' tO i $800 Reg. ql.00 to slO.O0. Choose from long gowns of brushed Nylon or 100% cotton flannel. Print or solid. Also 100% brushed Nylon pajamas that are lace ,trimmed. Sizes SM,L,XL 30% Sale s1388 Reg.$19.88 Women's boots. Comfy polyurethane dress boots with rubber sole. Choose choco- late brown, or black Knitset. Matching hat and mitten set of acrylic knit yarn. Choose from assorted patterns and colors. 3.44 Women's gloves. Leather-like vinyl gloves in four styles Acrylic fleece tined. Selected Full-Length Coats and Jackets Sale s 1600 to s68 Reg. 19" to 88" What a warm welcome for cold weathed Lush wool and wool/blends. Versatile polyesters. Hooded styles. Single- and double-breasted styles. For misses, juniors NOT ALL STYLES ON SALE I All women's dress heels. Sale s] 12o to s]6 Reg. s!3.99 to Sl9.99. Now save on dress heels for your holiday fashions. Choose strappy slings to stacked heels, all 20% off. twin Comforters. Cozy nights wifh com- forters in lOtS of colors andlivety patterns Great ~ ~" ~ for home or gifts All are~- easy-care, in machine 'ifi:~ washable cotton/poty ."~' (~'~ , Special 16.88 Full ' . ~~'~::~ Specia121.88Queen/king ~ ~ :~ Holiday swe ter s'avit s. Short sleeve polyester rib knit crewnecks in smashing solids and stripes. Great colors. Girls' sizes S, M, L. Entire Line of Short Sleeve Shirts Reg. sg.o0 Sale ,o,o.oo s64 to s1600 Men's Sport Shirts in Polyester/Cotton, 100% Polyester, and 100% Cotton. Knits, wovens, pull- overs, more. All 20% off. Sizes S, M, L, XL. Men'sdress shirt. Long sleeved favorite in polyester doubleknit has medium spread collar pocket Light solids: 14'~ to 77 % Toddler outerwear. Sale s1200 Reg. S16. Four-way pram suit with remov- i able mittens, booties Nylon shell and lining. 20% off Entire Line of Girls Coats and Jackets Sale s4'~ to Sl6SO Reg. s6.88 to '26'00. Choose from Acrylics, Nylons, in plush-looks, ski-styles and plaids. Girls Sizes. Sal and Reg. 4.49 to Boys short sleeve I nit in solids and Great ColorS. M.L. Xk WIIh O, and Re 11.11 ltght~ meter, FI or illteftu Sized BSR cover the bu Washington & Lawrence Sts. Charles Town, W. Va. This IS MON. fin SAT. 9 SUNDAY 12:30 to