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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, Aplil 14, 2005 1 1 Bey Grove 11180 Leetown Road Kearneysville, WV 25430 304-725-9053 God it looks like the major part of the rains are over, showers are predicted. So be it, field and flowers help they can get now to start their growing period. got aching backs from working out in the fresh air? Don't mistake like a lot of people and over do it. Remember, around all winter, getting out of shape, eating too must remember, you are not a piece of elastic. back as quickly as you think BSA Troop 142 Sunday Troop 142 had their Court of Honor at the Leet- ~urch. It was so good to see more boys joining the , ecause they inspire the leaders to stay active. After a Scout younger D be a certain age, leaders are proud of their accomplish- with the younger boys, it makes them feel good to see se boys' faces when they begin earning their first dges. Court of Honor always seems to start with a comi- things get serious. As the program proceeds, merit are handed out with the Scout Leader making some special each boy. This not only makes the scout feel good, a~ad family that attend find out what their boys can as always around the bunch of boys, good food is provid- s freely given. Parents even learn of little secrets different scouting events. More boys are needed, know of a youth, feel free to contact me and I will to leaders. Mulch Sales on the subject of Boy Scouts, Troop 142 will be selling and shredded hardwood mulch to the county area. This is a foot bag for the price of $3.75. Remember, delivered free. JCARSE County Association of Retired School Employees meeting on Thursday, April 21, at St. Thomas in Charles Town. Lunch will be served at 12 the program and meeting. Mark your calendar, eat and enjoy the reunion. A Special Birthday lady who has lived in Leetown all her life, will cel- y this Sunday, April 17. Juanita Graham Col- of her life helping others, as well as traveling with those "almost famous" Graham sisters and Diane Collis and Tricia Scott. Better knwon has, along with her two daughters, one grandson, and wife, Amy, one great-grandson Grant Kisner, live in Charleston. Neat also "claims" two "accepted" Locke and Marybelle (Locke) Starliper. We wish happy birthday. Also, birthday greetings go out Michael, on the 16th and to great-grandson, Grant, 4th. Best wishes to all. More Birthday Celebrations of Pat Walker gathered together at a Japanese res- with Pat. Fun was had by all. Pat continued with a trip to Bristol, Tenn for the Nascar races. May many more special times, you deserve them. Winter Vacation Update v Weeks back, I told you about the great vacation to Hawaii L rent on. Now, Terry has set up a web spot so that ~ enloy the beautiful scenery and good times. Those who are s~r friendly can bring up You will ~cnool Is ve ~ ry much. Kudos Terry. stagers '~ ~, - ~ ~t~ ricture Time le"ers '~k~eet wa Methodist Church will be taking family pictures arcna~a(le into a book This date will be set in the very near fu- , v;;~,Please, polish up, smile pretty and be ready. Volunteers 'OU, or y~"uecl to help with this project. ~. " Charleston Visitors |~1 the pleasure of having Nellie Dickerson, Debbie Boggess ~t [ary Jane Lisk as house guests this past weekend. It remind- ~ [a lot of the younger days, when you had sleepovers. The only ~] ~a.ce, in those days, we stayed up all night and slept half the ~ a~s t d ime, we put the owls to bed and got the roosters up. It )1 ! R~ .elight catching up on what is going on in the other parts UKE A Di~ st~ate" My only sorrow was that there is so much illness and ~o'~ese ladies are part of my Pythian Sister group and were attend our District Convention. Easy Rolls l~ Warm water; 2 packs active dry yeast; 3 cups sugar; 1 ~a salt; 1 e 1/2 cu melted butter or margarine; 3 3 1/2 gg, P ~hs,~re Water into mixing bowl. Stir in yeast, add sugar, salt, nd one cup flour. Mix well, stir in enough flour to ~a soft dough. Mix well, Shape dough in ball. Grease dough ~g ~ grease all sides. Return dough to bowl. Cover, let rise ~ ~ble (about 1 1./2 hours). Punch down dough, shape rolls, ~inutes or until light. Bake in 375 oven, 8-12 minutes. 3 1/2 dozen rolls. This is simple, a good thing to teach and it is very good. You with this: "All labor that uplifts humanity has dig- and should be undertaken with painstaking of Poster Contest of the Jefferson County Health Department's Na- lealth Week poster contest was announced at the Charles Town's 5K Fun Run held at Gold's Gym in, Bill Zaleski of the Jefferson County Health Depart- Jenna Wilson-Ashby with a bicycle for her award celebrating the "Get Fit with Your.Family" theme. Pictured from left to right are Corporal Todd Lutman, Council David Hamill, Council Member Kim Biddle, new Patrolman Kobe Member Pete Breeden, Council Member Howard Shade, Mayor A. Myers, Lieutenant Robbie Roberts, and Chief William Roper. Ranson Council Swears In Officer; Special Month Proclaimed Mayor A. David Hamill in conjunction with the Shenandoah Women's Center has proclaimed April as Sexual Awareness Month. Pictured from left to right are Chief William Roper, Theresa Shoe- Ranson Mayor A. David Hamill swearing in Mr. Kobe Myers dur- maker of the Shenandoah Women's Center and Mayor A. David ing the April 5, 2005 City Council meeting. Mr. Myers is the newest Hamill. edition to the Ranson Police Department. CDS students J.B. Crawford, Lauren Saludares, Jonathan Shakesprere and CDS graduate Addie Crawford in front of the Eiffel Tower during their recent France trip. French students from The Country Day School visited France from March 22-27. Their sister school, College Sainte Jeanne D'Arc in Laven- tie very warmly welcomed them. The students had lunch in the cafeteria, vis- ited classrooms and engaged in a soccer game. Highlights of their trip to Paris included visit- ing the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysee's and the Louvre museum. The Country Day School would like to recognize some sponsors who helped make the trip possi- ble. They include Crawford and Keller, PLLC, Paragon Title, PLLC, BB&T Bank, Ranson and Jefferson Security Bank, Shepherdstown. Those students traveling to France from CDS were J.B. Crawford, 8th grade; Lauren Salu- dares, 8th grade; Jonathan Shakesprere, 7th grade; and Addie Crawford, a graduate of CDS. Mrs. Jeanne Bouberhan, French teacher and Mrs. Karen Crawford, parent, escorted the stu- dents on their trip. I