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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, February 20, 2003 5 d. KEARNEY tNational Guard Senior Sgt. Brian J. Kearney to Kandahar, At- to support the mis- ~eration Enduring Freedom is the of. ]yen to the biggest mobilization since in 1991. Members of the U.S. Forces have been de- tad reserve components to support the war terrorism com- or regime forces United States. an aeromedical technician, is the SUsan J. Beechly, of ~,Tex. Wife, Jennifer, is the of William Gould of Drive. Charles ~enior master sergeant Jefferson High and received a degree in 1993 from College. He earned iter's degree in 1996 ,lvania State Uni- HOEKSEMA Y Spec. Cory L. has graduated from training at Fort S.C. the nine weeks of the soldier studied Y mission and received practice in drill marching, rifle armed and un- map reading, military courtesy, system, physi- basic first aid, and istory, tradition and and special train- relations. is the son of Scott of Route 1, Kear- a 2002 graduate of University: ERIKA SAXON Army Pvt Erika Sax~n ~r:l(luated from Basic Military Training in August of 2002 at Fort Jackson. Columbia. S.C. She received training in rifle marksmanship and armed and unarmed combat, etc. She then continued into her technical training at Fort Gordon. Au- gusta, Ga.. where she gradu- ated ,January 31, 2003, as a communications repairer and specialist. Pvt. Saxon is the daughter of William and Patricia Saxon. of Shannondale. She is a 2001 graduate of Jefferson High School. SCHEDULING NIGHTS SET FOR STUDENTS NEW TO 9TH GRADE Ralph Dinges, principal at ,Jefferson High School 9th Grade Complex, has an- nounced scheduling nights at the school for current 8th Grade students in Jefferson Count),. ,Jefferson High School 9th Grade is located at 1209 Shenandoah ,Junction Road, Shenandoah ,Junction, WV 25442. Scheduling nights and times at JHS9 are as follows: Monday, February. 24, 7 p.m. for current Shepherdstown Middle School 8th Graders. Wednesday. February 26, 7 p.m. for current Harpers Ferry Middle School 8th Graders. Monday, March 3, 7 p.m. for current Charles Town Middle School 8th Graders whose last names start with letters A through K Wednesday, March 5, 7 p.m. for current Charles Town Middle School 8th Graders whose last names start with letters L through Z. .M1 8th Grade students and parents are invited and strongly encouraged to attend the scheduling sessions. Je'an Slonaker and ,Jay Wilson, guid- ance counselors, will be sharing important information that students need for high school graduation and class registra- tion. Give the United Way DISCUSSION SET AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FEB. 26 The personal and ~Iobal im- pli(';,tions of the .Iudeo Chris- tian l]lesage concerning pov- erty and wealth will be the topic eta discussion led by Dr. ,lames Weaver in the Fellow- ship }tall at Shepherdstown Presbyterian Cburch, on Wednesday. February 26, at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Just what does our fhith tell us about money; wealth, pov- erty, giving, and work? Does a source as ancient as Biblical Scripture have anything rel- evant to say about economic de- cisions in the complex, global contest of the twenty-first cen- tury'? These are among the questions that Weaver will ex- plore in dialogue with partici- pants, who are asked to bring Scriptural passages on eco- nomics that they find particu- larlv troubling, challenging, or provocative. Weaver has taught develop- Ili(!Iit ecoi)ollliCS tit the Ameri- can [Tniversity in Washington, It.(; . ~ince 1963. He also is an ,rdained minister in the Unit~:d (;hurch of Christ, serves as a part-time chaplain at the American University, ;tIld [e~lches courses f)n eco- nomics and the Christian faith al Wesley Theological Semi- narv. As an outreach coordina- tor %r New Rules fbr Global Fi- nance, he works with nongov- ernmental organizations con- cerned with reforming interna- tional financial institutions and relationships. Shepherdstown Presbyte- rian Church is located at the corner of Washington and King streets, across from the Post Office For more information, please call 304/876-6466 or check the church's website at www.spcworks.org. Don't miss the April 15 deadline! Fund an IRA today! Tax advantages, includiR~ r/eu tax ( n-dits for some individuals, make and IRA one (>,~ t}~c best xvavs to save tot retirement. Don~ miss out on these important tax benefits! Call today to make your IRA contribution. Dan Burhans 120A W. ~,ashington St. Charle~ Town, WV 25414 (304) 724-4168 V'"_2~i:ed-:ia_rJig_n%cm_ .... Member StPC Edwardlones Seining Individual lnvestort Since t87J EFFERSON Wellness Center presents" Wednesday, February 26 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. CITIZENS Fire Company of hades Town OFF- BODY CO-MPOSITION C0UP0-N' AT WELLNESS CENTER (A s2o oo vALUE) I Most Americans jump on a scale to look for information regarding their health They do not realize it's not how ! much they we~h that counts, it's the composition of their weight, I i m Located at Jefferson Pharmacy 201 S. Preston St., ~nson, ~ (~) 728-2725 or (~) 725-6533. I Every individual should have a basehne measurement breaking down their body weight into pounds of lean body ..-- mass, pounds of fat,i.and a,.in estimated body water level ,,~ ptions .Drive Thru Delivery .Friendly Service 3uter Prescription Profile .Home Oxygen Home Health Care Accessories "] [Health Screenings | Medicare Accepted~ Oat the Charles Town Races & Slots on the Skyline Terrace Counts Lemaster (L) \Veltv BANK tN THE TFli-STATE A~ Wjhcn Wayne Wclty j(}ined SB (:harles Town as branch manager and loan officer ~t was a reunion with banking cohort Charles Lemastcr. They've worked both together and separately in serving area banking customers for a combined 78 years. Both have a loyal tbllowmg. (;u~t(mwrs appreciate cxpcmenccd pr~s hkc V;~wnc and ('harhc.Ihcv truly caR: ab{}ut local pc{}plc and have lifkq{}ng uc, to Jeffcr,~)n (2)univ. l)>c(}vcr the ch~i:rcncc {>t-indcpcndcnL c{>mmumw banking at jSB. L;; ~i;I( -~ .::!L ,:/1 www. jeO/brson~ecuritybank.t Cm~ Support Your Country by Supporting Your Community ... G,ve to Jefferson County United Way . 725-4483 3,000 REASONS TO SEE YOUR AGENT. WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE.TM Like investing S3,000 in a State Farm 1RA. Call your State Farm agent before April 15th to learn more about the possible tax benefits on IRAs. Lana M. Shul~, Agent Rt. 4 Box 5 Charles Town, (304) 728-7416 (304) 725-7556 Prm tdmg /nSlU'an( e aml /"lnancial Services (on~uh)oul lax or legal advisor for specific advice PO36H 02/03 State Farm Home Offices: Bloomingtolx Ik & of A Deal~ Prescription when you buy one pair of prescription glasses! lid :T 52 ! Standard W Contemporary~ Fashion ~ Contact Lens Charles Town (Somerset Village) 725-4828 Martinsburg .s~,~.~.~.sSO/o~, 1 st pair of ~s~ ~st be from $77.~ (Foxcroft Ave.) o~ ~. sun~ ~s~ ~ sane presc,~on as 1st pair. Does not apply to prewous purchases 267-9911 o,~i~ ~ ~. l I innln SII Two Million Reasons to be Here