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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE- Thursday, June 2, 2005 3 Bake and Plant Sale Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary Street 725-7742 lad it's bustin' out ty tips to go by: Do not operate fat-free milk; 1 package (1 oz) finally had some the dryer without a lint filter, sugar-free instant white choco- and all the plants Clean lint filters before and af- late pudding mix. We lost one ter each use and remove accu- Spread 1/4 cup whipped top- the bunnies mulated lint from around the ping into the crust. Combine have little drum. Check the vent hose for berries and sugar substitute; ) protect them from clogged vents, spoon 1 cup over topping. Make sure that the dryer is In a bowl, whisk the milk had a nice plugged into an outlet suitable and pudding for 2 minutes. Let that you are for its electrical needs; over- stand for 2 minutes or until soft for the summer loaded electrical outlets can re- set. Spoon over berries. Spread will you go on sult in blown fuses or tripped with remaining whipped top- circuit breakers, ping. Top with remaining ber- Safe Turn dryer off when leav- lies. Refrigerate for 45 minutes to the Nation- ing home; keep dryer area free or until set. Makes 8 servings. Association of combustibles (i.e boxes of 1 piece equals 214 calories; 5 were 14,300 clothing); have gas-powered gin. fat; 1 rag. cholesterol; 259 fires in U.S. dryers inspected by a profes- rag. sodium; 39 gin. carbohy- resulting in 19 sional regularly to ensure that drates; 2 gin. fiber; 2 gin. pro- injuries and $67.7 the gas line and connection are tein. Diabetic exchange: 1 and property dam- intact. 1/2 fruit, 1 starch, 1 fat. : cause of home Hospice News Birthdays & Anniversaries was lack of An End-of-Life care and Ad- Happy birthday to Jim Ahalt, and lint is the vanced Care Planning (Living Terry Mand, William C. Perry, to cause igui- Will and Medical Power of At- Patrick Stoneberger, Seth Van- torney) program will be held on Zomeren and Thomas Weller outflow and the re- June 7, at 7 p.m. The program on June 3; John Miller, Danny build-up cause will be held at Hedgesville Mills, Kassidy Noble and Lara preventing fast United Methodist Church, 201 Sauer on June 4; .Harriet Bin- action. When South Main Street, in Hedg- kley, Gina Diehl, Clark Hale, ;he high temper- esxdlle. For more information Robert Lotts and Elrose Mor- switch has to please contact the church office ris on June 5; Hannah Bur- off to control the at 754-8793 or Sandy LeMaster, gess, Pare Hostler and Kent t high temperature parish nurse, at 263-0490.Schreiber on June 6; Stepha- were never de- The Recipe Corner rile Salsano Embrey and John on and off con- This is an easily made dessert Gregory on June 7; David Bush, causes them with low fat ingredients anyone Emily Byrer, Mary Byrer, Katie a period of time.will enjoy. Conant, Charlotte Ferguson, warning signs: Very Berry Pie Helen Foltz, Paul Koehler and towels and 1 3/4cupsreducedfatwhippedVicki Propps on June 8; Ray a very long time topping, divided; 1 reduced fat Kohlhepp, Robert Moshier, Lee are hotter than graham cracker pie crust, 8 Rosenzweig, John Skinner and end of the cycle;inches; 1 cup fresh raspberries; Charles W. Williams on June hood doesn't 1 cup fresh blueberries; sugar is on. substitute to equal 1 Tbsp. sug- Teaching Tools for [ are some safe- ar (Splenda is good); 1 cup cold duotors & Parents l Teacher I Parent Resource Materials Available VISIT [iS AT OIlR NEW LOCATION y~ ex(eect your home~vner'~ www.lnp.t ,com ]E BENNETT AGENCY 118 N, Charles SL Chades Town, WV 25414 DI buy one pair of glasses! Standard eye exam with prescription for glasses and glaucoma tesL (ad must be prmnted ~ t~ne 0f emm) Con ~ Fashion Diqx~bl. C~lact Frames Lenses Package ~ Wo~ e~ ~ S~e ~mn Oeer fa~ ~nmt~m ~moettreeogt~om Town Vzllage) Home School Supplies Homework Aids Educational Toys Compel~five Prices, School & Business Purchase Orders, Catalog Ordering Available, Order by Phone, Fax, or Mail 406 N. MILDRED ST. RANSON, WV 1304) 724-5005 M-F 9 AM-5 PM. Sat 9 AM-2 PM 9. Anniversary congratulations to: Friz and Jean Dorsey (55 years) and Donald and Pat- sy Noland on June 3; Chipper and Judy Edwards and Ken and Barbara Psillas on June 4; Willard and Jean Martin (55 years) on June 5; Ed and Pris- cilla Young on June 7. All for now, please take care. Linen Sale The Jefferson Memorial Hos- pital Auxiliary will sponsor a linen sale in the hospital con- ference room, Wednesday and Thursday, June 8 and 9, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Premium quality lin- ens from famous names will be presented with discounts up to 70%. Proceeds benefit the aux- iliary. For information, con- tact president Nancy Morgan at 725-7753, or Doris Walsh, at 725-8930. The Tuscawilla-Locust Hills Garden Club will hold their annual bake and plant sale on Saturday, June 4, 9 a:m. to 1 p.m. on the Tuscawilla soccer field located about one block after you enter Tus- cawilla from Route 51. Home baked goods and well established plants will be available. For information, call president Del To- maini, 725.1515. Subscribe to the Spirit of Iefferson i CALL (304) 725-2046 Furniture ~ Lighting ~ Drapery ~ Art Garden Antiques ~ Accessories Design Services Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m,-6 p.m. Sunday: Noon-6 p,m. 213 West Washington Street Charles Town, VMV 204. 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