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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, June 2, 2005 5 we are into June Some nice warm like winter Spring flow- to bloom nights. The nd purple iris have for a week and and unusual- my daugh- and zucchi- side of my porch. seem to do well summer be- ia this area. Dur- tays of June, trees t are at their best. It are more flowers of June than at of year. June is and a favor- weddings. June of brides and of years, history. May be a very un- weddings, but days of the full to be bet- remained Ages. The for June is the pearl. month in na- will begin 0a trees. The bees nectar and everywhere. It to watch or Decoration holiday. It is those members Forces who Dot Snyder 725-7769 have given their lives for their country. On Memorial Day, people place flowers and flags on the graves of soldiers. Memorial Day originated when southern women scat- tered spring flowers on the graves of soldiers during the War Between the States. They honored the Northern soldiers, who had died, as well as their own. After the war (1863) General John A. Logan named May 30 as a special day for honoring the graves of the Union soldiers. Logan was Commander-in- Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic. It was an organization, made up of veterans, who fought for the Union during the War Be- tween the States. They had Me- morial Day celebrations in the Northern states for many years. The American Legion took over this duty after World War I. CEOS Club Meeting The Summit Point CEOS Club will meet Thursday, June 9, at 7:15 p.m. at the home of Carol Grant. The program will be 'q?hyme for Herbs." Past Events in June June 6, 1944, World War II in- vasion of France began with "D- Day;" June 14, 1777, Stars and Stripes flag adopted by the Unit- ed States; June 19, 1885, Statue of Liberty received from France; June 20, 1863, West Virginia admitted to the Union; June 25, 1876, General Custer killed by Indians in the battle of Little Big Horn, Montana; June 30, 1834, Indian Territory set aside for the Indians; June 28, 1703, John Wesley, English founder of the Methodist Church. Rice Pudding Combine: 3 cups cooked rice; 3 cups milk; 1/2 cup sugar; 3 tablespoons oleo; 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon; 3/4 cup raisins in a 3-quart saucepan. Cook over medium heat until thickened- about 30 minutes; stir often. Add 1 teaspoon vanilla and pour into bowl or small individ- ual dishes. Serve hot or cold. Lemon Bars Mix together 1 stick butter or oleo; 2 cups all-purpose flour; and 1/2 cup powdered sugar (10X). Mix well and press into Having a June birthday? We have PEARL and jewelry for that special person. m Q. I'm thinking about purchasing hearing aids. What questions should I ask before buying them? Fresh Water Pearl, Mother of Pearl and more A MODERN LOOK FOR THE CLASSIC WOMAN 180 HIGH STREET OPEN 1,0-5 DAILY HARPERS FERRY304.535.131 Yellow Squash, Green Zucchini, Bell Peppers, Sweet the bottom of a 9x13x2 inch pan. Bake for 25 minutes at 350". While baking prepare the following: 4 eggs; 2 cups sugar; 1/2 teaspoon baking powder; 6 tablespoons flour; 6 table- spoons lemon juice. Beat eggs, add sugar, flour, baking powder and lemon juice. Beat well. Pour over baked crust, sprinkle a little pow- dered sugar over top. Bake for 25 minutes. Let cool before cut- ting. When cool, sprinkle again with powdered sugar. Cut into 1 1/2 inch strips. Bolivar Christian Enrolling Summer Camp Program Bolivar Christian Academy is now enrolling for the Day Fun Filled Summer Camp program. Join in a caring Christian at- mosphere. Pre-K (4) through sixth grade can enjoy Vacation Bible School, water fun and outdoor play. Good Christian movies, arts and crafts and lots more are available. For more information, call 535-6355. The Academy is also enrolling Pre-K (4) through sixth grade for the 2005-06 school year. The school uses a BEKA curriculum. They are located at 87 Old Tay- lor Lane, Harpers Ferry. Call for more information. A Note of to the citizens of Jefferson County I sincerely thank you for your vote in the recent election. Your support means a great deal to me. Peggy Smith Paid for by the candidate. Basement Sale A basement sale will be held Saturday, June 4, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Shenandoah Memo- rial United Methodist Church in Millville. Soup, Mexican, hot dogs, a bake sale and a rum- mage sale will be available. Pan Tra n Service Closed The service given by the Pan Tran will be closed on Satur- day, June 4 due to driver train- ing. Service will commence on the next scheduled day. F day Saturday-Sunday Over 200 pre-judged craft persons demonstrating and selling their wares Nationally known Bluegrass musicians A, The first thing you should do is have a comprehensive diagnostic hearing evaluation to determine what type of hearing loss you have as well as the severity of the heating loss. Next you should discuss what specific situations are difficult for you in order to determine what size, technology, and options will best benefit you in those situations. It is also bnportant to find out what services are included in the price of the hearing aids. 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