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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, April 27, 2000 Cheryl L. and John W. Martin, of of tehir Grandparents are Victoria and' the March 25, In Wlncheater Medical PAn . The baby 9 pounds Grandparents are George and Pauline Foster, Harpers Ferry, and the me Rhor K. Magaha, Charles and Roderlck and Frieda Hemdon, Vs. rentS me Brian and Rich McKinney, Gerrardstown. Paternal great-grandparents are Betty Butts, Gerrardstown, and James Butts, Martinsburg. Matemal grandparents are Ken- neth and Rosalie Ring, Middleway. Matemal great-grandmother is Sarah Catherine Dadington, Martinsburg. James J. Combs and Samantha S. Forman, Shenandoah Junction, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Tabitha McKenzi Forman-Combs, on March 25 at Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital. The new arrival weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 1/2 inches long. Waiting at home were Donald, 6, Devin, 5, Mikhayla, 5, and Deven, 7. Patemal grandparents are Dabble and Rudy Combs, Harpers Ferry. Pa- ternal great-grandmother is America Combs, Charles Town. Maternal grandparents are Shidey and Ronald Baumgardner, Ranson. Maternal great-grandmother is Ruth Baumgardner, Taneytown, Md. Tanya Drummond and Kirk Todd, of Harpers Ferry, announce the birth of a son, Hunter Leigh Todd, on Mon- day, April 10, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little boy weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. Waiting at home was Kody Todd, age 3. Paternal grandparents are Judy and Raxford Todd, Charles Town; paternal great-grandparents are France and William Custer, Ranson; maternal grandparents are John and Kim Drummond, Inwood; and mater- nal great-grandparents are Charles and Arvilla Drummond, Harpers Ferry. Kelli Jean Woodward and Norman Lee Beckett, of Martinsburg, announce the birth of a son, Duane Ashby Beckett, in Jeffersor~ Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, April 4, at 7:54 p.m. The in- fant weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. At home is big brother Jawan, age 3. Patemal grandparents are Elsie Gonzales and James Chandler, Exmore, Va.; patemal great-grand- mother is Nellie Chandler, also of Exmore; maternal grandparents are Frances Perkins, Harpers Ferry, and James Woodward, Haymarket, Va.; and maternal great-grandfather is Morris Woodward, Roanoke, Va. Carolyn Diane and Harold Jody Helmick, of Ranson, announce the birth of a son, Jacob Wyatt Helmick, on Wednsday, April 5, at 1:12 a.m. in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The in- fant weighed 5 pounds, 13 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long at birth. Paternal grandparents are Hugh Helmick, Jr and Rosemary Heimick, Myrtle Beach, S.C.; pater- nal great-grandmother is Kate Helmick, Kinwood, W.Va.; and ma- ternal grandmother is Mary Eliza- beth Wolfe, TunneRon, W.Va. are Ronald Hoffman, Shepherd- stown, and Charles Hill, Bessemar, Ala. Melissa and Allen Erwin, of Martin- sburg, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Lyndsee Noelle, March 29 at City Hospital. The new arrival weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19 1/4 inches long. Sisters Chelsea and Caylee were waiting at home. Patemal grandparents are Tony and Kathy Tate, Monett, Me. Patemal great-grandparents are Donald and Boots Jones of Kansas City, Me Nellie Erwin of Exeter, Me and Wanitta"rate of Monett, Me. Matemal grandparents are Benny and Karla Berry, Ranson. Matemal great-grandparents are Betty Chamblin, Ranson, Herb Chamblin, Killen, Ala and Mike and Mary Cialzzo, Charles Town. Melissa White and Michael Watson, Martinsburg, are happy to announce the birth of their son, Michael Scott Watson, Jr on April 3 at City Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Tho- mas and Betty Lou Watson, Charles Town. Maternal grandparents are Cathy Spalding, and Charles and Renae Spalding, all of Martinsburg. Matemal great-grandparents are Betty Spalding, Fairfax, Va and Charlotte Cal~oon, Vienna, Va. Tonya M. and Wayne D. Smith, III, of Summit Point, are pleased to an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Mackenzie Lave,e, on February 2 at Winchester Medical Center. The little girl weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces. Paternal grandparents are Janice and Nick Cantrell, and Richard and Patricia Hedges. Maternal grandpar- ents are Wayne and Sandy Smith. Jacqueiine Darlington, of Charles Town, is proud to announce the birth of her son, Jason Scott, on March 31 at City Hospital. The little boy weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 inches long. Matemal grandparents are Dou- glas and Donna Darlington, Charles Town. Maternal great-grandparents are Peggy and Bill Dops0n, and James Darlington, all of Charles Town; and Robert and Judy Hatcher, Waynesboro, Va. Nichole Bailey and Fred T. Lee, Jr of Charles Town, are happy to an- nounca the birth of their son, Dauntae Ky-el Lee, on April 6 at Jefferson Me- morial Hospital. The little boy weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 18 1/4 inches long. Waiting at home was Adrian Clarke, Jr age 3. Paternal grandparents are Chadene and Calvin House, Freder- ick. Paternal great-grandparents are Nellie Murray, Nancy Lee, and Mr. [ l-I (3 I-I t S [)awn W and James L Welst, Kearl~eysvtIIo. aro t]appy to an nc,unce lhe b~rth of theft daugl~t~:r S,:~ ~;d~ Grace. on A pnl 11 at C~ty H@sp~tat ~he tlttto g~rl WeLqhed R pounds (- )kJ[IC(::S and WaS 20 1/4 Irlct|(fs IOllq Paternal grandparents are Wallace and P~tt Welsh, Kear- Pt~r~on, Barbara O. end GeoJge C. Walker, Chadee Town, are to an- nounce the birth of thek son, Qabrk Arman, on Apdl 12 at Jeflemon Me- morial Holpital. Little Gabriel weighed 9 pounds, 13 ounces and was21 Walting at home wereGeot Conr e, and Geo ey Lamar, S. Paternal grandparents are tions, and internatimp~d commer- acU, vJUes, ~ ~ linkage can also open West~ir~inia to touri .n, world marks , delegations and visit g foreiEn governments as seen I recently in the Israeli-Syrian peace talks. Exploratory eEor examining this concept wore well received and given supportive-encouragement in 1999. Building on this momentum, a Task force is being establkhed to Domen and Kemy Carl; Ctm Maternal i BellWash- Ranson, develop a Millennium 2000 Strat- Va. egy for reducing barriers,and fa- lrandparents arecflitating development oppertuni- ties for WNt Virginia in an in- Mmor Hosp . lnchee long: W. Pm n l grandl U are Wayne. and Carolyn McKenzle, Charles and Rebeo McKenzle Md. Maternal grandparents are James and Kate Ally, Charles Town. Mater- nal great-grandparents are Ensley and Toni Hicks, Charles Town, and John and Gloria Ally, Stevensville, Md. Donna L. and Bobby R. Harris, PurceUville, Va are pleased to an- nounce the birth of their son, Daniel Clay, on April 11 at Jefferson Memo- rial Hospital. The little boy weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces. Patemal grandparents are Bobby and Sandra Harris, Greenville, N.C. Matemal grandparents are Donald and Lois Lawrence, Chicago, II1. m smnmingly interdependent ilobal ent.The immediate ob- jectives of the I rce are to: (I) link We t Virsinia to the ,global madmts, (2) i West Vn tnia a national and international Trade Point center, (,S) place West Virginia's trading potentials into ethics and cultural diversity, (3) fostering linkages between re- search, academe, and industry, (4) advancing transfer and implemen- tation of technologies to developing nations, and (5) systemization of connectivity among all stakehold- ers, Pursuit of the above objective will begin with the Roundtable. A formal Task Force meeting will then convene in Charleston, West Virginia in the fall of 2000. The major State Initiatives will be offi- cially inaugurated at an Interna- tional Conference to be held in 2001 in the Eastern Panhandle. " " i.:," ,; " -.: ; >~,~ ,~,~ ?,~ ,~<~+/,!I~ 7~i~ii~i~!~il;~ :~?i:~'IGil~ ili:(i, Amy and Rick Piedrehita, Harp- ers, announce the birth of their son, Scan William Piedrahita, at 1:12 a.m March 7, in Loudoun Hospital Center. He weighed 9 pounds, 7 ounces and was 21 inches long. Waiting at home was big sister, Marissa Jean Piedrehita. Paternal grandparents are Hernando and Athena Piedrahita, Baton Rouge, La.; maternal grend- mother is Louise Basler, Hollywood, Md.; and maternal great-grand- mother is Hazel Basler, Westminster, Md. !ii !/i :: Crystal Gall and Jeffrey .David Aubrey Robertson, of Bunker Hill, are the parents of a daughter, Emilee Rosemarie Robertson, born on Wednesday, April 19, at 6:02 p.m. in City Hospital. The infant weighed 8 pounds and was 19 112 inches in length at birth. Paternal grandparents are Marjorie and George Robertson, Hanover, Md.; maternal grandpar- ents are Kevin Burns, Bunker Hill, and Rhonda Ellis, Jeesup, Md.; ma- temal great-grandparents are Faye Burns, Bunker Hill, and Colleen Davis, Baltimore, Md. Jessica Smith and Kevin Askew, of Shepherdstown, announce the birth of a son, Austin Joseph Askew, on Tuesday, Apdl 18, at 8:04 a.m. in City Hospital. The infant weighed 6 i ~, pounds, 10 ounces.and was 18 :,~ inches long at birth. : "'~ Paternal grandparents are i' Melody and C~ivin Askew, Keameysville; paternal great-grand- mother is Nancy Abshire, Ranson; maternal grandparents are Rata ', :-: Smith, of Georgia, and John Smith, of South Carolina; and maternal great-grandparents are Mattie L. Bailey and Elizabeth Manly, also of South Carolina. your children to read a newspaper It will make them stars in the most in rtant game of all-the game of UnibedW'ag D. all staz w th neuspat m . -John THIS HESSAGE IS BROUGHT 10 YOU BY THIS NEWSPAPER AND THE NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION