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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursaa,v March 0 2005 Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Toni Milbourne 535-6851 Well, so much for my com- ment last week on one more hurrah for winter. Here we go again this morning with snow flying. Oh well, I did have it pointed out to me that the cro- cus are blooming at the library and that means spring! Camp Hill Buffet Camp Hill Methodist Church will once again have an all you can eat breakfast buffet this Saturday, March 12, from 7 a.m. to 12 noon at the church. There is a wide range of hot and cold items on the menu. Come enjoy the breakfast. Bolivar Planning Bus Trip The Town Council of Bolivar is hoping to support a bus or van trip to Charleston in April when the town's attorney will defend a case in the Supreme Court of Appeals, The case will be heard on April 26 and the bus will leave on April 25, with an overnight stay in Charles- ton. Anyone interested in go. ing on the trip to offer support should call Laura at the Boli- var Town Hall, 535-2476. Bus Trip to Sight & Sound The Bolivar United Method- ist Church is sponsoring a bus trip to the Sight & Sound The- ater to see "Behold the Lamb" on April 9. Anyone interest- ed in going should call Cathe- rine Smallwood at 728-3958 for more details. Library Notes The library will host a pa- jama story time on Thursday, March 17. It is required that you call to sign up due to the limited amount of space avail- able. Call 535-2301 to reserve and come join in the fun as Ms. Carol reads bedtime stories and offers a snack. Children (and Mannings Patisha Frye 725-1747 Donald and Esther Oden, Engle, were Thursday and Fri- day guests of sister, Pauline Ott, Mannings. Phillip Oden, Mannings, was a Friday guest of his brother and sister-in-law, Merle and Betty Oden, Flowing Springs Road. Karen and Ronmer, Shenan- dale, were Sunday guests of Al- len and Charity Drummond, Riverside. Carolyn Frye, Riverside, was a Saturday morning guest of her sister, Vicki Drummond and Sunshine, of Ranson. Sam Oden, Mannings, was a guest of a lot of family members this week before it snowed. He visited his sister, Pauline Ott, Kathy and Eddie Pauley and daughter Victoria Ashley and son, C.J., of Shenandoah North; and Tammy and Bruce Longer- beam and daughter, Cynthia and son Jason of Mannings. Brittany and I were Friday guests of Great Aunt Pauline Ott and later that day we had lunch. Adeline Oden and Phillip Oden were Saturday visitors with their sister, Pauline Ott. How about that snow we got last week. Gary, Brittany and I were joined by so~, David, in playing out in the white stuff on Monday evening and Tues- day. I thought it was cooler Mon- day than Tuesday. Where we live in the county, the roads get very bad. There were many ac- cidents and a lot of cars sliding. I love the snow, but don't like to drive in it. Jason Drummond was a Tuesday and Wednesday guest of his cousin, Gary Frye, and this writer. Jason and Gary vis- ited Karen and Ronnie Dillow, Shannondale. Pauline Ott, Dorothy Dillow and Gloria Rinker are on our prayer list this week. David Frye was a stayover guest with his aunt and uncle, Karen and Ronnie Dillow, on Wednesday. If anyone has news, please feel free to call me. Have a great week. parents, if they wish) should come dressed in pajamas. Library Board Notes The Board of'lh'ustees of the li- braD" met Monday evening and are seeking help from the com- munity: As some of you may know, or perhaps not, the bids for the construction at the li- braD" came in much higher than anticipated and it is necessaD" to begin fundraismg in earnest if we hope to get the project un- derwa.~ We are seeking volun- teers to help form a fundraising committee. Anyone interested in helping should call the library. ,Also. the board would like to express appreciation to whom- ever has been responsible for plodding out the parking lot after snows have fallen this winter. We are not sure who the person is, but we do appreciate your efforts. Please call and identify yourselfl Women's Club Luncheon If you liked the mollie "~ly Big Fat Greek Wedding," you'll love the Women's Club Greek lun- cheon at 12 noon on March 17. Club member Allison Alsdorf will tell of her Greek upbring- ing and recent trip to Greece. All members and other interest- ed persons are invited. There is a fee of $5 for the event. It will be held at the Club House on Washington Street. Please call .~lison at 535-2101 or Jean at 535-2416 for reservations. House & Garden Tour The Women's Club is delighted to announce that Kip and Nena Stowell have agreed to open their home for the Shenandoah-Po- tomac Garden Council's Annual House & Garden Tour the week- end of April 23 & 24. All women's club members and much appre- WE HAVE EXPANDED OUR FACILITY! TWO Touch-Free Automatic Car Washes SIX U-Wash-It Self Serve Car Washes TWENTY EIGHT Detailing Products FIFTEEN Self Serve Super Vacuums Carpet Shampooer and Spot Remover Open TWENTY FOUR hours a day. Every day! 83 Flowing Springs Way at Route 340 behind Burger King, Charles Town CREW CAB, 1-Ton, 4X4, Red, Duramax Diesel, V8, AT, 6 Disc CO Changer, PW, PL Keytess Entry #900205 EXT. CAB, 4X4, Red/Silver, VS, AT, CD, PW, PL, Keytess Entry #199850 811verado ssoom CREW CAB, 314 Ton, 4)(4, ~er, V8 AT, PW, eL, C0, Key~ Entry #870216 8ilverado lsoo REG. CAB, 4)(4, Sandstone, V8, AT, CD, #140669 8Hverado lsee zn CREW CAB, 4X4, White, V8, AT, CD, #209010 811vem~ nm WORK mUCK, EXTENDED CAB, 4X4, White, V8, AT, CD, #199457 841verado isoo WORK TRUCK, REGULAR CAB, 4X4, White, V8, AT, CD, Cruise Control # 181665 &ilverado ssm.e WORK TRUCK, REGULAR CAB, 4X4, Red, VS, AT, CD, Cruise Control #252557 *Ulnoe~ives& mbms~laixtcos. T~taos.titlo em mOIsb'aUon feesem ~tm~.,ae Mo.Uaypaymemsmmbjocttomd#~pm~sL ~/o Intemt Rato ~a' 72 n~ ~ l.~ . N Hrs' 9-7 Mon-Fri 9-4 Saturday j i __.CHEVRO .... T. I C rim: s-z MOn-m S-4 ~ammay j I imia mmm ciated volunteers from the area who do ~ much to make this spring event successful are asked to mark the weekend and be ready to help by arranging flow- ers, baking cookies, or welcoming visitors. It is a large house with many rooms and many, volun- teem are needed. Floral Design Class Dennis Dodson, of Dennis Dodson Designs, has agreed to present and teach special skills to members of the Harp- ers Ferry Women's Club Gar- den Department members and all interested "flower people" on March 31 at 1:30 p.m. at the Club House. There is no fee for the class and no registration is necessary-simply come join in. HFMS Teacher Gets Grants Harpers Ferry. Middle School teacher Jason Hoffman has been working hard to obtain grants for the school So far, Hoffman has succeeded in ob- taining a broadcasting grant for the broadcasting club for $3,000 from Ferris Baker Watts. He also obtained a $2,500 grant from Best Buy; the only" one granted in West Virginia. He has received other grants from the Education Alliance to be used for math and science items for the school. In the 2 1/2 years Hoffman has been at Harp- ers Ferr3. he has secured a lit- tle over $10.000 in grant fund- ing for the school. He is current- ly waiting to hear on a $50.000 grant from Hewlitt Packard for laptops, software and a server. Kudos to a job well done! Final Notes I was not able views with or candidates yet, my column must your news items CrosswordAnswers From Page 4 AR~ NEI m F F1 L T V T AMA" c--rTmEli E E U GIO W O L IlOIBIEIR T O D E DI NIY S )IE N ILOA CREDIT? BANKRUPTCY? 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