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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, March 18, 1999 3 Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary St. 725-7742 a wintry scene outside window this Sunday It's hard to concentrate I just want to watch coming down. Hopefully stuff won't stay on the !too many days, after all it middle of March and temperatures are pre- later this week. Until y, don't the highways, and don't it with the snow shovel. next! Dinner been reading and hearing things about Jefferson first Community Fellow- held Tuesday, Febru- i at Asbury United Method- What a good idea - going to happen, again this so we can all make plans to MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED idea is for church members denominations to come to- for a pot-luck supper. are no programs, no no agendas -just a for the community, lots of Y conversation, a few songs, Course delicious food. Din- encouraged to sit with don't know, thus cre- acquaintances between different faiths. and Judge are co-chairing iect and announce that the will be on Tuesday, 23 at 6 p.m. at St. Philip's :0pal Church, 411 S. Street, Charles Town. the meal and the sing- ing, the evening will be over by 7:30 p.m. If you are interested in attend- ing please contact your minister, Pastor Jim, Judge Sanders or any member of the local ministerial association. Hope to see you at the next pot-luck. Input Needed Last week I wrote about going to a Gifford's Ice Cream Store in Silver Spring or Bethesda, in the 1950's. I received a telephone call from a reader who had also made numerous trips from Jefferson County to Gifford's as a young girl with her family. She even remem- bered that once her morn ordered ice cream horse sculptures from Gifford's for her birthday party. She heard a rumor that there may still be a Gifford's in that area of Maryland, and we would like to know where it is. If anyone knows the address, please call me A.S.A.P! Last Three Nights "Noises Off' at the Old Opera House, will be presented for the last three times on Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday, March 18, 19 and 20 at 8 p.m. If you want to see this hilarious, fast-moving com- edy, call 725-4420 and reserve your seats. At The Library The book list for March con- tains 41 fictional selections. Here are a few of them: by John Barnes; Tara Road by Maeve Binchey; by Rita Mac Brown; by Gail Goodwin; Mist by Andrew Greeley; The P 9~2~L~:~Le~ by Karen Harper; by Mark Joseph Property Transactions Corporation, Charles Dan Ryan Builders, Inc C. Skinner, Jr. - TR Ferry, to Bank of Charles 000. M. Mills - Executor, to John H. Eaton, 537.55. Leary, Et A1, Kable- John J. Falkinsburg, Et 000. S. Hartman, Et Al, Town, to Robert J. Kerns, $142,000. :Meadow, LLC Charles to Marcus Enterprises, M. Thomas, Shepherd- to Christopher J. Bass, Enterprises, Charles Hampton Enterprises, Corporation, Charles Harold E. Poston, Et A1, L. Fraley, Middleway, to C. Goode, Jr $35,000. ~hen Prehoda, Et A1, to Charles G. Dively, 900. Meadow, LLC Charles to Marcus Enterprises, antage Homes, LLC Town, to Elizabeth B. 275. Capital Corp Charles Saturn's largest moon, moon In the solar sys- to have an atmos- any substance. Town, to Scott Austin, $93,000. Roxanna Jenkins, Kabletown, to James S. Henry, $22,000. James S. Henry, Kabletown, to Richard I. Gee, Jr Et A1, $148,000. HLM Developers, LLC Charles Town, to Donald C. Lemen, Et Al, $177,900. B.C. Partners, Inc Charles Town, to Advantage Homes, LLC $26,533. Samuel J. Donley, III, Et A1, Shepherdstown, to Joseph T. Swain, Et Al, $58,500. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc Charles Town, to Olga Gaufo, Et A1, $121,175. Patricia B. Shirley, Middleway, to William C. Snelson, Et A1, $60,000. R. Vance Golden, III-Tr Harp- ers Ferry, to Harris Trust & Sav- ings Bank, $135,505. .3 and No Gre~ter Love by William Kienzle. There are 42 non-fiction books on the list; some of them are: Po- tatoes Not Prozac by Kathleen DesMaisons; The P C Dad's Guide to Becomin~ a Comvuter Smart Parent by Mark Ivey & Ralph Bond; Sophia Loren's Recipes and by Sophia Loren; Mid- by Adrienne Rich and We Love Each Other But by Ellen Wachtel. From the New Large Type List: The Inspector and Mrs. Jeffries by Emily Brightwell; ~fiP, A~y,~ by Erie Stanley Gardner; Such a Pretty Girl by Winston Groom; ~ by Robert Harris and by Ruth Rendell. The Recipe Corner In talking to a young woman at church, I learned she enjoyed the recipes in the Spirit, so I asked her to give me one. She obliged, with a recipe that sounds really good. Thank you, Jeanie Nutter of Ranson. Chicken Casserole 5 chicken breast halves, bone in or boneless, skin removed; 1 1/2 sticks margarine; 2 cans cream of celery soup; 2 boxes Stove Top Stuffing. Cook chicken breasts in slightly salted water. Reserve the resulting broth. Cook chicken and cut into small pieces. Spray a baking dish with Pam. Lay chicken in the dish. Bring to a boil the cream of celery soup, margarine and 112 cup of the reserved chicken broth. Pour over the chicken. Prepare 2 boxes of Stove Top and use the reserved chicken broth instead of the water. Spread the stuffing over the chicken. Bake at 350 degrees 35 to 40 min- utes, uncovered. Birthdays and Anniversaries A very happy birthday greeting to: Marge Fargo, Beth Anne Funkhouser, Donald L. Johnson, Lincoln Miller and Tim Sinn on March 19; Ian Burgess and Jaclyn Coulter on March 20; Megen Dougherty, Ales Hockman, Diane Kidwiler, Benjamin Lewis, Na- talie Miller and Amy Salisbury on BRITT GETTY LAW OFFICES ------ BRAIN-DAMAGED BABIES ANDCHILDREN MAJOR MALPRACTICE AND PERSONAL INJURY WRONGFUL DEATH NO ATTORNEY FEEUNLESS WE COLLECT MONEYTOR YOU Britt Getty Eaw Offices 263.5000 D Board Certified Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist announces the opening of his practice in Jefferson County 3rd Avenue Medical Building Ranson, WV For an appointment call 262-6066 in most 1:11111188 Single vision clear plastic lenses in most prescriptions when you buy one pair prescription glasses or a contact lens package. Pamlon Single vision clear plastic lenses in most prescriptions Omlla lmm contacts, follow- up and starter kit. *Single vision, plastic, solid tints. Select group of current frame styles. Bifocals available at small extra charge. Valid when purchasing non-discounted glasses. Charles Town (Somerset Village) Martinsburg (Foxcroft Ave.) 267-9911 March 21; Mildred Chainbers, Keith Moore, Stephen Ring and John Whittington on March 22; Paula Cline, Mary ,lane Davis, Janie Edgecomb, Nancy Hunter, Leo Kisner, Katherine Moler, Lib Senseney, Lucy Snyder and Thelma Wilt on March 23; Jordan Alexander, Tiffany Lance and Kara Webb on March 24; Kathryn Henning, John Lipscomb, Lewis McElroy, Karen Shade and Doris Whiting on March 25. REPAIR II ALL KINDS - CHARLES TOWN 725.9427 II II ANTIQUE CLOCKS A SPECIALTY II ii O~R)O YEARS EXPERIENCE WORK GUARA, NTEED 1.'fR li II DONALD HOFFMAN II ~NEL TRAINS .~J Anniversary congrats to: San and Lanette Byrer on March 19; Jerry and Nancy Bowers on March 20; David and Brenda Bush (28 years) and Melvin and Ruthnmry Leake on March 21; William and Raye Ellen Blackford on March 22; Bob and Betty Allen on March 25. 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