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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, April 27, 2000 1 7 Economics - Pairs, the winners were, left to right, Brad and Josh Gillions, first place, from Shepherdstown Jun- School for their project '~Ib Surf or Not to Surf," and Tommy Conant, second place, from Shep gh School, for their project '~Vhat Guitars Bands UseT' Not pictured are third place winners and Mindy Snyder from Shepherdstown Junior Local and State - Pairs, the winners were, left to Helmick and Cagney Helmick, first place, from High School for their project '~rhe Jef- Guards," and Rachel Dodson and Krista Hill, second 7 Junior High School for their project, Ferry: So Much History in Your Own Backyard." Not are third place winners Maura McIlroy and Beth Pillow Ferry Junior High School for their project "A of Harpers Ferry." United States - Pairs, the winners were, seated left to right, Chena Bolton, first place with partner )son (not shown) from Harpers Ferry Junior for their project "Look at us Nowl Women, 150 Sarah Thomas, second place with partner (not shown) from Charles q[bwn Middle/Junior for their project "Slavery: The Paths of Escape," Jessica Williams, third place, from Harp- Junior High School for their project '~he Bloodiest the back row, left to right, are honorable mention win. Graf and Ashley Poma from Charles Town High School, Samantha Brown and Charona Ferry Junior High School and Jessica (partner Hannah Lloyd is not shown) from Shepherd- High School. :aries Boyd: ~eth }t L a Wti~World, the winners were, seated left to right, "~ ~ first place, from Harpers Ferry Junior High School tom ~ Project "Smallnox - History of a Killer," Emmie Collier, WhO l~d Place, from She~pherdstown Junior High School for her ~t '~ Dig Mummies," and Josh Brown, third place, from ~.Townt~i Middle/Junior. High. School for his project" '~er- ~i~ "angle: Fact "or Fictmn. In the back row are honorable ~]r~ winners, left to right, Yun Jae Smith, Tommy Hardy ~eob Cameron, all of Charles Town Middle/Junior High a," a~lYehology, the winners were, left to right, Vanessa [sto~'l~ first place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High h0~m~or her project 'qPhobias: Of What Are We Afraid?" and mbe~l~ MeCollum, second place, from Harpers Ferry Junior ~an~.j~l for her project 'qReality of Dreams." Not shown are n are~=~ . Pairs winners Jenna Bradley and Jill Bradley, ~n!o:~i~laee from Shepherdstown Jumor High School and le JO~ ~:: and Nicole Rosatl, third place, from Harpers Lool High School ' 'f' L In World History - Pairs, the winners were, left to right, Kristin Brown and her partner, not shown, Acasha Holbert, first place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School for their project, "Suicide or Murder? The Death of King Ludwig II"; Joanna Baird and Morgan Smith, second place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School, for their project, '~rhe 'Pit Ponies' of Wales"; and Jesse Myers and Antonio Roque, not shown, third place, from Shepherdstown Junior High School for their project '~riangle of Death." Wining hon- orable mentions, back row, left to right, were Meggie Hoadley and Tessa Lind from Shepherdstown Junior High School and Christen Wall and Meagan Gratton from Harpers Ferry Junior High School. Not shown are honorable mention winners Lauren Jackson and Jessica Gabbert from Harpers Ferry Jun- ior High School In Sociology - Pairs, the winners were, front row, left to right, Nicholas Widmyer and his partner, not shown, Kipyn Martin, first place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School for their project '~ife in the Express Lane"; Carrie Sechler and Blair McManus, second place, from Shepherd- stown Junior High School for their project "How Do Manners in Shepherdstown Differ by Gender?" and Kelly Williams and Serena Gorman, third place, from Harpers Ferry Junior High School for their project '~mprovements of WV Public School System." In the back row are honorable mention winners, left to right, Laura Manual and Marina Piscitelli from Harpers Ferry Junior High School, Misty Burton and Emma Morgan from Shepherdstown Junior High School and, not shown, Lauren Collins and Melissa Ellsworth from Shepherdstown Junior High School. In Political Science - Pairs, the winners were, left to right, Ashley Wilson and Amy Lancaster, first place, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School, for their project '~ 'hen Will We Got Off the Sidelines?"; CeeJae Bennett and David Pugh from Shepherdstown Junior High School for their project '~s Gore Due?"; and honorable mention winners Regina Dyke and her partner, not shown, Courtney McCauley from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School. Zach Bowers and Jason Reifer, not shown, were third place winners from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School for their project "Commu. nism in Russia." In Sociology - left to right, the winners were Sarah Potter, first place, from Shepherdstown Junior High School for her project "Can Man and Animal Coexist?"; Joanna Clark, third place, from Harpers Ferry Junior High School for her project 'qPeek-A-Bool I See You"; and Adriane Koenig, honorable men- tion, from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School. Not shown are honorable mention winner Elizabeth Lee from Charles Town Middle/Junior High School and second place winner Reid Lynch, from Shepherdstown Junior High School for his project "Snurfing?" Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary St. 725-7742 As I write on this Easter Mon- cost $6 for adults, $3 age 6 and un- day morning, ] occasionally gaze der. out the patio door at a lovely scene. Give Blood The sun pours through the trees The Red Cross Bloodmobile will and makes shaded patterns on the be parked at the Lion's Center this green, freshly-mowed lawn. Birds coming Monday, May 1, from 2 to 7 perch on the branches of the dog- p.m. They are waiting for us to wood tree beside the patio, waiting come and make a donation. One their turn at the feeder. They must pint from each of us will do. share the squirrel-baffler feeder AARP Banquet Coming Soon with one squirrel who doesn'tAARP Chapter 799 will hold its know he can't get into it, and they annual banquet on Thursday, May wait patiently, chattering among 11. Tickets are $8 and include ev- themselves, erything. The business meeting It's a beautiful day. And thestarts at 11 a.m. and the meal at news is good - the tomb is empty! noon. There will be special enter- We can do anything in Christ, who tainment (a surprise!). Takes place strengthens us, who is alive in us. at Fellowship Hall, Asbury Happy Easter Monday - and all the Church, Charles Town. days that follow! Call Isobel Ebersole at 725-1274 Protect Your Alms for advance reservations. This is There are fundraising c0mpa- open to the p~blic, any age. nies out there who exist 0nly to rip A Night at the Races off their contributors. They sound Make your plans now to attend legitimate, their causes are good an Old Opera House Guild fund- ones, but their s01e purpose is to raiser at the Charles Town Races. line their own pockets by emptying It takes place on Friday, May 12 yours, but you'll want to get your reserva- One such company is Watson & tions in by May 5. Call Carroll at Hughley, now called Direct Re- OOH, 725-4420. sponse Creative Services. Avoid For $22.50 a person, you will them when giving charitable con- enjoy a social hour at 6 p.m. and a tributions, prime rib plus buffet at 7 p.m all Some of the organizations whothe while watching the horses run use Watson & Hughley are Cancer and chatting with friends. Part of Fund of America; The Walker Can- the ticket price is tax-deductible. car Research Institute; National One goal of the theatre Guild is Emergency Medical Associationthe refinishing of the Jean Heiler (solicits under National Heart Re- Room. This is the basement room search), of Towson, Md.; Adopt-A- where the audience goes during in- Pet Inc. of Tulsa, Okla.; American termission for refreshments, and Institute for Cancer Research, to view the art work on dispIay. Washington, D.C. There are many The Guild has already redone the more. ladies' room and hopes to begin on Two organizations who can help the men's bathroom very soon. donors avoid scam charities are They also buy any appliances National Charities Information needed for the Heiler Room, or any- Bureau, 19 Union Square West,thing else on the list. We can help Department 250, New York, NY by attending A Night at the Races. 10003-3395; and Philanthropic Ad- The Recipe Corner visory service, Council of Better This is for your leftover Easter Business Bureaus, 4200 Wilsonham. The recipe is found in "Aunt Blvd Suite 800, Arlington, VA Bee's Mayberry Cookbook", page 22203-1804. 129. When writing for information or Roger Hanover's Ham Loaf publications, include a large SASE 3 Tbsp. butter, melted; 1/2 cup in your letter, brown sugar; 1 - 8 oz. can crushed Let's make our contributions pineapple; 1 pound ground ham; 2 count, eggs, slightly beaten; 1 cup quick A Magic Show oats (I minute type); 1/2 cup milk; Kids (of any age), for just $1 in 1/4 tsp. pepper; 1/4 tsp. ginger; 1 advance or $1.50 at the door, you Tbsp. prepared mustard. can see a terrific magic show this In a 9x5-inch loaf pan, combine Friday night, April 28, at 7 p.m. the butter and brown sugar. Drain Magician Rich Lessig will be ap- the pineapple, reserving 114 cup of pearing (and disappearing) at As- the juice. Spread the pineapple bury United Methodist Church's over the butter and brown sugar. Fellowship Hall. Don't miss him. Combine the reserved juice and Advance tickets purchased at the the remaining ingredients and mix church office, well. Press into the prepared pan. Eat Out on Saturday Bake in a 350" oven for 50 minutes. at Asbury's Spaghetti Dinner, Invert loaf to serve. April 29, 4 to 7 p.m. Lots to eat, ev- Birthdays and Anniversaries erything is homemade. Put on by Happy birthday to: Becky the United Methodist Women, Allara, Tyler Collins, Bertha takes place at Fellowship hall. Will Holmes, Michael Kisner, Joshua Pictured, from left: Shenandoah Garden Club Garden Therapy co-chairmen Janet Stine and Jewel Hellums, and Esther Wood, club president, presenting donation for violets to Sherry Sechler, Director of Jefferson Training Center, Jef- ferson Avenue, Charles Town. Shenandoah Garden Club tend the violets and after two members were delighted, after months of TLC, the small baby looking through their January- plants had grown into beautiful, February 2000 issue of the Na- healthy violets, and just in time for J~l~, in which it was the Horticulture Forum where the noted their Garden Therapy violets were proudly displayed Project at the Jefferson Training with each adorned with a colorful Center qualified them to partici- ribbon and a "Grown With Your pate in the "Violet Day Garden Heart" tag. With Your Heart", a nationwide The profits from the sale of the project sponsored by the National violets and other houseplants at Council of State Garden Clubs, the Horticulture Forum will go to Inc. the benefit of the Jefferson Train- Violet plants were ordered from ing Center. This was the second a wholesaler and delivered to the year clients from the training cen- training center in February where ter have participated as vendors at the violets were immediately the Horticulture forum. V'mlets are planted by the Jefferson Training still available at the Jefferson Center clients, assisted by mere- Training Center, Jefferson Avenue, bers of the Garden Therapy Com- Charles Town. mittee. Clients and Garden Club mem- bers met each week at the Jeffer- CARNEY ADMITTED son Training Center greenhouse to TO HARVARD Malone (7), John Mayhew and Priscilla Young on April 28; Alan Harty, Alison Hornbeck and Pat Zigler on April 29; Jessica Alger, Dennis Dibbern, Donna Eaves, Brent Hatzel, Martha Manuel and Warren Mickey on April 30; Phil Stryker (alias Amos Carrot) on May 1; Karen Crawford, William "Pap" Jackson, Dale Keyser, Jr. and Libby Pierce on May 2; Susan Ainsworth and Robert Rudacille on May 3; Larry Ambrose, Katelyn Hardy, Stephanie Moler, Emily Owens, Roger Perry, Tim Scott, Irene Stickel, Jane Spinks and Ray Trussell on May 4. Anniversary congratulations to: Flip{ and Patty Dorsey on April 28; Bob and Fran McFerran, and Sam and Stormy Steed on April 30; Harry and Jeannie Lake (31 years), and Paul and Vera Reid on May 1; Robert and Amy Adams, Steve and Valerie Hooper (18 years), and Woody and June Ad- ams on May 2. All for now see you next time, take c~re. Robert G. Carney, Jr of Shep- herdstown, has been admitted into the Masters Degree Program in Higher Education Administration at Harvard University. Harvard University's Graduate School of Education has consistently been ranked as the top program iv the country by U~S. News and W~rld Carney is a 1992 graduate of Jefferson High School, a 1997 graduate of La Salle University, and is currently completing a Mas- ters Degree at the University of Pennsylvania. Carney will enter Harvard University this fall. He is the son of Robert, Sr and Sherry Carney, Shepherdstown.