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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, May 6, 1999 Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary St. 725-7742 Guess Who's Coming To Lunch? Sonny Corinthos is coming - this Sunday! If the name doesn't ring a bell then you're not a "Gen- eral Hospital" fan. Sonny, a major star of this soap, is played by the handsome and charming Maurice Bernard, who will be at the Charles Town Races on May 9, and for $20 you can have lunch with him! Tickets are on sale at the track's Silver Screen Players Club. They're going fast, so get yours today. Call 724-4209 for in- formation. The buffet lunch, with door prizes, held on the third floor, is 1 to 2 p.m.; from 2 to 2:30 photos and autographs. If you can't get to lunch, Mr. Bernard (Sonny to me ) will be on stage in the ca- sino from 2:30 to 4 p.m for pics and to say hello. GH fans, this is for you! Reminders To send a financial donation to the refugees in Kosovo through the Red Cross, mail your checks to: American Red Cross, Interna- tional Response Fund, P.O. Box 37243, Washington, DC 20013. Make it to International Response Fund and memo it Kosovo Refu- gees. Locally, the C.M. Food Pantry presently needs personal items, like bar soap, toothpaste, tooth- brushes, deodorant and toilet pa- per. The hours at the pantry are 9-12 Monday-Friday. The last three performances of "The Taming of the Shrew" take place at the Opera House on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 6-8 at 8 p.m. For tickets call 725-4420. The annual spring banquet of AARP Chapter 799 will be held at 11 a.m. on May 13 at Fellowship Hall in Asbury United Methodist Church. A special treat for mem- bers and guests will be the guest speaker, renowned author, re- porter and columnist Ellen Hoffman, whose latest book is "Bankroll Your Future - How to Get the Most From the Govern- ment for Your Retirement Years." Tickets are $8, call 725-5591 or 725-1274 for reservations. The May meeting of the Old Opera House Theatre Guild will be at noon Thursday, May 13 at the Bavarian Inn. Reservations should be in by Monday, May 10. Call 725-4420. Reminisce to the sounds of Duke Ellington, Count Basle and the Dorsey Brothers on May 15 from 9 p.m. to midnight at Hockman's Auction between Mar- tinsburg and Charles Town. Voom-Voom and her Orchestra will perform at a benefit dance for the Animal Welfare Society of Jef- ferson County. Celebrate those fabulous 40's - dig out your favor- ite vintage frocks, WW2 military uniforms, zoot suits, or wear what suits you best. There will be swing dance instruction from 8-9 p.m featuring Denna and Win- ston Smith from the Inwood Per- forming Arts Co. Prizes will be awarded for the best swing danc- ers and best vintage attire. Avari- ety of drinks and platters will be available. Tickets are $20 per per- son and the option to reserve a table for six for $20. Call Kay at 304-725-8247 or email wvbreeze@ intrepid.net for tickets and infor- mation. A Trip To The Big Apple (Written by my good friend, Biddy Smooth, who had a ball in NYC.) On the weekend of April 17 Patsy White, Linda Grant, Evelyn Grant and Biddy Smoot were in- vited by Mark and Carolyn Grant Lane to attend "The Lion King" at the New Amsterdam Theatre in New York City. Others attending were Mark's mother, Irene Noyes of Naples, Fla and his sister and niece, Kathy and Diana Lane of Roanoke, Vs. While in New York they stayed at the Plaza Hotel on 5th Avenue and were squired about town on Saturday night by limousine. On Friday night, Carolyn and Mark's friend, Elliot Hindman, hosted an outstanding dinner at Benito's II in Little Italy. The res- taurant was very small and not on the tourist trail, the owners from Naples, Italy. Of the many dishes served, not one was tomato sauce based. Elliot provided constant explanations of the savory food as well as being a conversationalist who might challenge Samuel Johnson. On Saturday they visited and lunched at the Metropolitan Mu- seum of Art. Saturday evening, before the show, they dined at Victor's Cafe in the Theatre Dis- trict. The cuisine was Cuban and one of the menu choices several tried was "Ropa Vieja", which in English translated as "old clothes." Very tasty strips of sir- loin rested in a basket of fried plantains and were complimented by rice and black beans, this served with just the perfect wine. To top everything off, "The Lion King" was beautifully, cleverly and miraculously staged. How people became giraffes really amazed everyone. There was a teh minute standing ovation at the opening scene on numerous performances. After breakfast at the Plaza on Sunday, Mark and Carolyn led Patsy, Linda, Evelyn and Biddy to Penn Station to catch the Amtrak to Wilmington, Del. (Carolyn is a nursing anesthesiologist at a hos- pital there), where they regath- ered and drove back to Jefferson County. Carolyn and Mark, espe- cially, deserve a medal for maneu- vering all those women from place to place. Hope they got rested! The School of Life What I've learned: Age 6: I've learned that I like my teacher be- cause she cries when we sing "Si- lent Night". Age 7: I've learned that you can't hide a piece of broc- coli in a glass of milk. Age 9: I've learned that when I wave to people in the country they stop what they are doing and wave back. Age 13: I've learned that just when I get my room the way I like it, Mom makes me clean it up. Age 14: I've learned that if you want to cheer yourself up, you should try cheering someone else up. To Be Continued Birthdays & Anniversaries Many happy returns of your birthdays to: Cheyenne Craun, Joyce Fanjoy, Lisa Gray, Jason Jones, Debbie Merchant and Lou- ise Pine on May 7; Stephanie Dodson, Patricia Lutman and Evelyn Watson on May 8; WEST VIRGINIA OUTSTANDING AWARD SHEPHERDSTOWN - The Small Business Development Cen- ter (SBDC) at Shepherd College has been selected to receive the 1999 West Virginia Outstanding Small Business Development Cen- ter award. The West Virginia District Of- fice of the U.S. Small Business Ad- ministration (SBA), located in Clarksburg, selected Shepherd's SBDC for its efforts to assist small businesses and for their commit- ment to SBA initiatives. Shepherd's SBDC is staffed by Fred Baer, director, and Christina Lundberg, business analyst. The award was presented at the West Virginia small business week awards dinner at the Charleston Marriott May 3. The keynote speaker was Senator John D. Rockefeller, IV. Dominick Fargo, Sam Fauble, An- drew Gibson, John Nuck|es, Charles Ransom and Cody Truitt on May 9; Dawn Burgess, Sandy Morrow, Christina Rinaldi, Alan Saunders, Arthur Stewart and Rebecca Stevens on May 10; Tim Dailey, Louise Magaha and Josh Vince on May 11; Theodore King, Pearl Shaffer and Lillian Tumblin on May 12; Henry B. Davenport and Edna Kisner on May 13. Happy anniversary to: Meredith and Jeanne Polen and Ward and Pat Zigler on May 8. All for now take care. rllllllmillllllllll~ Treat Mom D&D Meats Inwood East Plaza 2 Inweed, WV Hamburger Patties $1.89 lb. I Kunzler Hotdogs $1.69 lb. I I M, T, Th Fri. 10-6, Sat. 8-4 T-Bone Steaks $4.99 lb. I Closed Wed. a Sun. NY Strips $4.99 lb. i I Sirloin Steaks $3.79 tb. = iUl ~ IIB ~ i i= ~ 1 ill i 1 Ilml lin i i ~IB n J Fresh Look Color Blends Contact Lenses $158-$20 Rebate Optima 38 Contacts Price includes 6 pr. WJ disposable contacts, with exam, follow-up & starter kit. Price includes eye exam, one pr. B&L contacts, follow-up & starter kit. Buy One Pair of Glasses at Regular Low Price AND GET A SECOND PAIR Second pair in single vision CR39 plastic lenses (+4r00 tO "6.00 sph to a -2.00 cyl) in a frame chosen from a select group of frame styles. First pair mu~t be from our $93 package or above. May 27, 1999 Russell C. Miller, d City Councilman WARDTHREE Unexpired Experienced Committed Dedicated Your vote and will be Time to Fix Up Your Home? "See Your Neighborhood Banker Today" Home Equity Line of Credit APR C il Any Instal nent Loan or Mortgage Loan Officer for Details Charles Town 725-8431 Harpers Ferry 535-6336 Kearneys-vflle 876-2563 The essence of quality in healthcare is innovation. New technology. We are highly skilled in its application. Technological advances have made it possible to shorten hospital stays with laser and laproscopic surgery. With modern technology many operations once considered major have become simple outpatient procedures. 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