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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, May 18, 2000 7 LM V1 - ERS ATTEND r~ ~ITE CONVENTION Back Alleys Tour, Party on ain lpers of Eta Chapter, Delta le Ga ama Society Interna- . lattended the Alpha Phi Shepherdstown's second annual ' : Back Alleys Tour and Garden ~veation in Barboursville ler---:~.~t Western Gateway Inn Party will take place on Saturday, d{APy~i~ta. Chapter outgoing June 3. This year's tour will give "it: "=if" ya]l Sherman, incoming residents and visitors an unparal- '-~ ~tLindaWork, Northeast leled chance to explore =n~ll birector Kathy Bennett, Shepherdstown's back alleys and flr.~leanor Ann Shirley, streets, its public and private 81dent Ronda Albright,spaces and its new and ancient |herta Allen, Berkeley treasures. the Eastern The Back Alleys Tour and Gar- den Party costs just $10 (children under 12 are free) and includes vis- outgoing parlia- its to 20 plus gardens and other apter, directed Phi State Choir, and places of interest in Shepherd- Shirley conducted a stown, an Information Fair, les- chairperson workshop sons about herbs, a Garden Ba- committees neces- zaar, an afternoon tea and varied children's activities. )n and pro- Local florists will share their irley also presented expertise at the Information Fair. Award at Here you can get answers to your ~an~.uet and garheffmg anh'Dug-rdJ~eh ques- presented and tions and you will learn more Work, president about organizations in the area Biennium, at the that are concerned about the envi- uet. in the Me- ronment, parks and gardening. The Garden Bazaar will have on Sunday morn- items for sale that are for, from or was recognized inspired by the garden. Look for of excellence for the areas of seedlings here, and antiques, gar- Prepared by Sue Lloyd; den ornaments and plant markers. and news articles, pre- The bazaar will also offer fresh and dried flowers for sale, handcrafted Kable; and pro- prepared by Gall items such as baskets and bird- . houses, and many other kinds of ~1 Alpha Phi State Con- garden-related items, both new ~take place in May at and used. ~} in Wheeling, West The very proper English After- ~onal workshops are noon Tea will be held on the lawn ~;~ of Trinity Episcopal Church on West German Street. Enjoy tea sandwiches and dainty desserts SCHOLARSHIP under the cool trees in front of the "--~|Nb TO AWARD Trinity Chapel and Church. ,fl p 0RE GRANTS The gardens included in the le Ey tern Panhandle Horti- ,I, al~ 0~m has set June 15 as "aett~g Along" :~, or applications for :[[~ .a Smith Scholarship tN j~.~arships are open tea Topic of Club ----~eat of Berkeley or Jet- . ~ties who is graduating rl~!~ ,~chool or enrolled in a Lid^ tU|~ergraduate or graduate le LJ~~. fl pursuing a career in Jnisl~'~ces program. The ap- ,a~,~ ~e full-time students ~a,*.-~l tt ,:~ .- arou h which the ap- t {~L~being gmnade. There is [~a of scholarship money t~Was established to ents in the fields of 1L~' Horticulture, Flori- ~dScape Design, Plant ~lPorestry, A~ronomy or !It- ~ S w I~.~ ciences. Proceeds Horticultural Fo- ~,~tions from area gar- - ~P~rt this scholarshi ~ell!L~. . interested in apply- i t[E1 725-2040 for guide- :- JJ: ~nolarship Committee ,~~1 applications and ~ial[~ion and announce- 15. ~'~is to recognize the ~f Martha Smith who I"B to the governance of ~tt oa the local, regional Quincy Adams Igator in the East House. The Kabletown CEOS Club ar- rived at the Extension Conference Room at 10 a.m. with colored bas- kets, cupcakes, cookies and lots of Easter candy for the April 20 meet- ing. Filling the baskets with the above goodies kept members busy for quite a while. Then the cutting and decorating of Easter greeting tags for each basket completed the goal for the Eastern Panhandle Training Center. A covered dish luncheon was en- joyed, after which several mem- bers delivered the baskets to the Training Center. Following luncheon, Jolene Stanton, hostess and president, called the meeting to order. She led devotions with a reading from "When You Soar Like An Eagle," and excerpts from "Voices of American Homemakers" from the extension library. The president, Helen Dailey, and Naomi Barrow delivered and donated for the club three children's books, "How Children Lived," "The Animal Opposite Book," and "Here Comes Mother Goose" to the Harpers Ferry Li- brary during the "Week of the Child." Jolene donated the "Peace Gar- den" video to the extension library in memory of her aunt, Billy G. Garner, from the Kabletown club. The spring meeting, May 22, at 9 a.m. will be held at the Commu- nity Center. Each club is respon- sible for a potted herb for door prizes. Members are asked to bring their "collections" to display for cultural arts. Specializing in Seafood PATIO AREA Enlarged to Accommodate Tent for 200 Person Cocktail Party or Wedding ALSO NEW (;lass Enclosed Sunroom for Smaller Groups of 25 Reservation Recommended tour are a closely guarded secret but promise to be Shepherdstown's loveliest and most interesting. Many of the gardens are new to this year's tour, but some of last year's favorites are also included. The location of this year's gardens and other tour locations will be on a map given to visitors when they purchase their tickets. In addition to the gardens, visi- tors will have a chance to check out some of Shepherdstown's other treasures, such as the newly reno- vated train station on Audrey Egle drive between East German and East High streets. The Informa- tion Fair will be located here. Other treasures include the old Lutheran Cemetery on German , and College streets, and Christ Re- formed Church with its ancient cemetery, t~he ori~ndl sdhodfhouse and the town pump, all dating back to the 1700s. Visitors can also view Shepherd College's garden and private views of Town Run. Viola Devonshire Park will have its grand opening the day of the Back Alleys Tour and Garden Party. The Back Alleys Tour and Garden Party is a fundraiser for the Shepherdstown Public Library, the Shepherdstown Visitors Cen- ter and Shepherdstown's newest park, Viola Devonshire Park on East German Street. Tickets will be sold the day of the tour in the Shepherdstewn Men's Club start- ing at 9:30 a.m. The tour begins at 10 a.m. and lasts until 5 p.m. For more information, contact the Shepherdstown Visitors Cen- ter at 304-876-2786, Marlys Bell at 304-876-0700, or Alice Van Tel at 304-876-2374. Auxiliary Presents Check The Millbrook Orchestra Auxiliary, at a luncheon at the Bavarian Inn last Friday, May 12, presented a check to Maestro Leo Driehuys for the Millbrook Orchestra of the Eastern Pan- handle Orchestra Society, Inc. Shown above, from left, with Maestro Driehuys are Liesbeth Blundell, Priscilla Young and Ann Bambrick, officers of the Millbrook Auxiliary. Unable to at- tend the event were Kiri Rowe, president of the Millbrook Board of Directors, and Helen Hill, an officer with the auxiliary. Crystal A. Gifft and Kevin L. Long, of Harpers Ferry, are proud to an- nounce the birth of their son, Bradley Ryan Long, on April 25 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little boy weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and The president displayed a num- ber of "frontier dresses" and ben- was 18 3/4 inches long. Waiting at nets and undergarments. They will home were Andrew Charles, 4, and be available if anyone needs to bor- Zachary Lee. 3. inches long. pounds, 5 ounces and was 19 inches Paternal grandparents are Ted long. Waiting at home was big brother and Mary Ann Nee, Smithsburg, Md. Del Anthony II, 16 months. Paternal great-grandparents are Bing Paternal grandparents are Virginia and Ruby Nee, Cresaptown, Md and Underwood and Ellis Paige, both of Ethel Lease, Cresaptown. Berryville, Va. Paternal great-gran@ Maternal grandparents are Curtis parents are Edna Paige and the'late and Carla May, Shepherdstown. Ma- Francis Underwood, also of Ber- ternal great-grandparents are Jud ryville. May, Vanville, Dot May, Shepherd- Maternal grandparents are Anna stown, Nat and Colleen Lawson, Thomas, Ranson, and Allen and Charles Town, and Vic and Gerri Sharon Pulse, Martinsburg. Maternal Feliciano, Bunker Hill. great-grandparents are Allen and Clara Pulse, Charles Town. row them. Paternal grandparent is Shirley Angel A. Robinson and Carl The president asked for sugges-Long, Harpers Ferry. Hanna, Jr of Martinsburg, would like Amanda and Bruce Singhas, Jr tions for our June outing - to be Maternal grandparents are Gladys to announce the birth of their daugh- of Charles Town, are happy to an- decided next month. Gifft, and John Staubs, both of Harp- ter, Jasmine Paige Hanna, on April 29 nounce the birth of their daughter, Applications for a "County ers Ferry. at City Hospital. Little Jasmine Kathryn Leigh, on April 25 at Jeffer- Belle" are available. Kitty Zollner will host the May weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and son Memorial Hospital. The little girl meeting. The lesson will be "Main- Karen S, and Charles (Chip) W.was 19 inches long. weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces and taining Health." Hensell, III, of Martinsburg, are proud Paternal grandparents are Carlwas 20 1/4 inches long. Waiting at Lucy Milton explained "The Art to announce the birth of their daugh- Hanna, Sr and Linda Hanna, both of home was big sister Kacie Nicole. of Getting Along." ter, Margaret Sue, on April 29 at Win- Martinsburg. Paternal grandparents are Bruce "We are not born with the abil-chester Medical Center. The little girl Maternal grandparents are 13mo- and Kay Singhas, Charles Town. Pa- ityto get along. Our tolerancelevel weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and thy Robinson, Sr Pikeside, and ternal great-grandparents are Jullian for this is learned as we develop and age. We are attracted to indi- was 19 1/2 inches long. Roberta Lowe, Martinsburg. Matemal and Gladys Singhas, and Orella viduals who seem to have a post- Paternal grandparents are great-grandparents are JuanitaPenwell, allot ChadesTown. tive magnet for getting along," she Charles A. and Margaret S. Hensell. Bryant, Martinsburg, and Donald Maternal grandparents are Robert said. Here are other factors in get- Maternal grandparents are Robert Robinson, Charles Town. and Sherry Ritenour, Chades Town. ting along as outlined by the J. and Martha C. Rizzo. Maternal great-grandparents are speaker: Melissa D. Beard and Matthew S. Betty and AMn Dials, Wabash, Ind. As you look at people who are Stacy L. and Gregory A. Ford, of Allison, of Inwood, are pleased to an- easy to get along with, you will no- tice they have learned the art.Charles Town, are pleased to an- nounce the birth of theirson, Matthew Kelly W. and Robert C. Collins, of They have learned that their first nounce the birth of their son, Eric Nelson, on April 27 at Jefferson Me- Bethany Beach, Delaware, are proud nonverbal message is their face. Allen, on April 26 at City Hospital. The modal Hospital. The little boy weighed to announce the birth of their daugh- These people whom we perceive as little boy weighed 9 pounds, 4 ounces 9 pounds, and was 20 1/2 inches ter, Carly Rose, on April 23 at City easy to get along with have bright, and was 19 3/4 inches long. long. Hospital. The little girl weighed 6 open eyes and are usually smiling. Paternal grandparents are Donald Paternal grandparent is Elainepounds, 5 ounces and was 18 1/2 They appear open to our approach and Georgetta Ford, Four States. Riley, Martinsburg. inches long. to communicate. Maternal grandparents are Selva Maternal grandparents are Bob Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Individuals who have learned Karslo, Rockville, Md and Joe and and MelanieBeard, lnwood. Matemal Mrs. William E. Collins, III the art are "caring" people. They Gaff Karslo, Washington, N.J. Mater- great-grandparents are Ben andKensington, Md. are kind and compassionate through acts of kindness and ser- nal great-grandparents are MayLorettaMcDonald, Martinsburg. Maternal grandparents are Judy vice to others. They are able to ex- Simpson, Lovettsville, Va and B. Weese, Shepherdstown, and Rich- press gratitude easily and often to Josephine Karslo, Philadelphia, Pa. Tracy M. and Del A. Underwood,ard W, Weese, Charles Town. Mater- others, of Chades Town, are happy to an- nal great-grandparent is Mrs. Eugene How we treat others with re- Brandy May and Jason Nee, of nounce the birth of their daughter, C. Bensenhaver, Moorefield. spect is learned. We are not born Shepherdstown, are proud to an- Talyn Michelle, on April 24 at City with this ability. Just follow the nounce the birth of their son, Jason Give the United Way Golden Rule in your treatment of Hospital. The new arrival weighed 7 others. Michael Nee Jr on April 27 at City Fairness is a very important Hospital. 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