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e Ric Bettie O. LaMotte e don4. ~ --'---'--'- : j~ues to be a slow newstold us later that son Zack was off tla 1 e glad when every- on a "mini-vacation" with a friend of b; running and we get while Brad was busy at the pool. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, June 29, 2000 3 ILIUII~ i 0" Asso~. tpeople in and around l,om t -~.l~e and pool. I haven't s newr' so will give you what I n:~YsIPeanington and Elaine Cent~ted a Saturday morning ~siulf~Sharon s house.It was fitall~ and the food was dell: apai~ as good to see some oI ]:his ~r.s there after the long : -oll~na Rutherford was get- ii ak from daughter Brit- Ons busy playing outside :llle's boys. Bethany ~ l l led her mother, Donna, ~ntation and, of course, ~lda Eaton took a break Debbie Snyers joined the group and brought young Ian to the Snack Bar later in the day for lunch. Frank and Marcia Gosnell were expecting Frank's brother, Doug, and his wife, Donna, for the week- end. Marcia was scheduled to at- tend Sharon and Elaine's brunch, but did not make it. I am sure Frank and Doug had other plans for the girls. Miggs Dotson was off Friday night for the dance recital of her granddaughter. Miggs said it was fun and the little ones were so cute in their little tutus. We finally caught up with dig to join the group and direetB~1 Cross bloodmobiles in their area. sh a~u Mazza explained that invento- nd[.~#]~.'` SS ries of types O positive, O negative, A negative and B negative are cur- rently at one-third of the three day al supply the 100-county region ;e:ilppeals needs. s to ~ He explained that annually the Greater Alleghenies Region col- for o ha~ lects about a fifth of its blood sup- 1, so~ ~ ply at high schools and colleges, .~",~]~~-~c[--'----'-'- ent de- two types of donor sites that for the Ia most part are unavailable during blood inventories, the summer. ns rican Red Cross is To give blood, individuals must ~ regions from Ken- be at least 17 years of age or older, New England in an weigh at least 105 pounds and be ~aPPeal for blood donors, in generally good health. Mazza ~te i~tal began June 19 and added that people can generally 1~ the very minimum, donate blood every 56 days. For Turep~%I~aourth of July week, more information, call the Red Lr W e~azza, Manager, Blood Cross at 1-800-542-5663. 1 var~'~reater Alleghenies Re- Local visits of the Bloodmobile ~ross Blood Services are listed below: Joe ~riaes 100 counties inLion's Center, Monday July 3, 2- ne~tU" 7 p.m. Extremely important to v~,~-,grand, Ohio, Penn- ,gme#[Vlrginia and West Vir- meet 75 pints goai due to the holt-, ,~io~! day - some blood products only Randy Davis on Sunday evening. Randy has been so busy, and he just hasn't had the time to stop by for a visit. He had just gotten home from Baltimore where his son Jimmy had competed in a pool tournament. Jimmy made. it to the finals, but did not win. Randy said it was an enjoyable event. Melinda still has no definitive answers on her back and neck problems. Melinda said she has bad days and good days, and is trying to learn to live with it. Shirley and Mike Snyder stopped by for a visit on Sunday af- ternoon and report that their well- known dog, Sandy, has torn out his knee and had to have surgery. Shirley said it is quite a chore keeping Sandy calm and confined to the leash. Sandy was chasing a rabbit when the injury occurred. There are certainly lots of rabbits this year. I have seen as many as seven in our yard at one time. Mike and Shirley were off to Pennsylvania for a quick up and back trip. They were driving this time, not riding their bikes. Birthday Celebration Kevin and Dena O'Neill had a nice big birthday party for their girls on Saturday at the clubhouse. There were lots of little ones, adults, and nice gifts. The children played games and ate cake. I am sure the adults helped with the cake eating. Kevin and Dena have just learned they are expecting their third child. Club News The pool is coming along nicely. There was a work party scheduled for Saturday, but apparently some- one forgot to make the calls. Only a couple of guys showed up, but those two were able to get out the tables and chairs. Things went bet- ter on Sunday and now the old cop- ing tiles have been removed and things are looking good. That half an inch of rain on Sunday night should have put a little bit of water in the pool. The Snack Bar will be opened for business this weekend. Come up and have lunch. The menu is limited right now, but we will be adding items as the season LQY, our country's blood have a five-day shelf life. progresses. the dff~21e at best. The most Mather Training Center, Harp- On Saturday, July 1, we will ~, 34t~Ltransfused blood prod- ers Ferry, Friday, July 14, 9 a.m.-2 have a hotdog stand at the club- .L~alflives of just five,and p.m. house. There are always so many y a ndtf: result, blood can t be people who come to the club's park- acce~t~ar in advance to meet Give the United Way ing lot to watch the Park Service )ene~. during the summer,' fireworks display, we thought it e needed that since March, ,~ e~i~usa nationwide has ex- ~. 14% increase in the ~ay #i',~l od it distributes 0tO rl . le Vi~ revlitUoS ~Y~ ~: :l~t~;; ~rtot!l"~Y, that amount in- ~[~2,800 daily. The Red 7-[,'~,~.es approximately half Ler~la blood e are]lift supply. ~.:~.reatly are unable to ~et~eJ~it~t :--,j-~a needs for all blood m effl~dded. He urged area SO--ltOt;Ofl]~t yo"~ donate blood at Red rmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmt~ D&D Meats ----- Country Fresh -- Inwood East Plaza Inweed, WV i M, T, Th FH. 10-6, Sat. 8-4 Closed Wed. & Sun. I~J We acceptf0od starr s Cookout Specials Delmonico Steaks $6,59 ,b, NY Strips $5.99 Sb. T-Bones : S5.99 lb. Ground Chuck $1.89 lb. Kunzler Hot Dogs $1.49 eb. Store-Made Hamburger Patties $1.99 lb. II Bnls. Pork Chops $3.79 ,b.; mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm And Hospice of the helps make every minute count. [C ng in-home care to people living with incurable, progressive illnesses. Professional staff and L I4 Visits, help for family and loved ones, 24 hour on-call support, medicines, equipment, supplies. t918 Ulent care to hospice families and the community. Covered by Medicare, Medicaid, ance, with help for the uninsured. T Berkeley(Hampshire, Jefferson & Morgan Counties. 1 clr -0406 - 304/264 800/345 6538 mpm.m r-I ~,oflll HE AN ANDLE, INC. Bug one pair a glasses at our regular low price and Get fl Second Pair Standard eye exam and prescription for glasses & glaucoma test. Second pair in single vision CR39 plastic lenses (+4.00 to -6.00 sph to a -2.00 cy0 in a frame chosen from a select group of frame styles. First pair musl be from our $93 package or above. Single Vision clear plastic lenses in most prescriptions Bausch 6 Lomb Price includes: eye exam, I pr, B&L contacts, follow-up and starter kit. Charles Town (Somerset Village) (304) 725-4828 Martinsburg (Yoxcrofl Ave.) 267-9911 would be tun to have an old-fash- ioned hotdog stand. We will serve hotdogs, with trimmings, chips, ice cream and drinks. We will start serving at 8 p.m. and continue un- til the fireworks are over, or until we run out of hotdogs, whichever come first. The cost for each item will be reasonable, so stop by and chow down. Tuesday, July 4, is the annual family picnic. We will be serving up hotdogs and hamburgers, with trimmings. This event is free to club members, and others pay a minilnal fee. This will run from 3 until 6 p.m. The club started this event a number of years ago in lieu of fireworks. This is always a fun enjoy using them. Chip Calla, who event and if all goes well, the pool set up the Blue Ridge Acres web will be fully up and running, page, came by on Saturday and We now have all sizes ofT-shirts took some shots of the items to put and the mouse pads are in. I seem on the web page. Check it out! to have them stored at my house so That's about it for this week. I am hoping everyone will help Hopefully, I will have lots and lots lower the inventory! The mouse of news next week! Until then pads turns out quite nice and I Only Shadow (and Fluffy) think all of our computer types will know Jefferson County Tax Office The Jefferson County Tax office will close at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 30, 2000, for end of Fiscal Year Close-out. Bank-issued, FDIC- insured to $100,000 l-year B,95% Minimum APY* deposit $5,000 3-year 7.20% Minimum APY* deposit; $5,000 ~-year 7.25% Minimum APY* deposit $5,000 Annual Percentage Yield (APY)-Interest cannot remain on deposit; periodic payout of interest is required. Effective 6/27/00 Call or stop by today. Dan Burhans Investment Representive 113 W. 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A t% mar~n wilt be added to that rate, Rates are subject to change monthly. Limited to Primary Residence in our market area. Member FDIC