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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, June 29, 2000 7 Ita Cook and Marvin =,of Summit Point, are happy the birth of their son, on June 1 at ounces and was 19 1/2 grand ~arents are ~=rtens, Fred- Angela Winchester, Va. Ireat-grandparents are Cook, Sr Charles Johnson and Warren of Shenandoah Junction, the birth of their son, Johnson, Jr on June 7, at Jefferson Hospital. The infant Pounds, 15 ounces and long at birth. in the household age 4, and Lexas, grandparents are Joe Jones, Shenandoah Paternal great-grand- Horton, Baltimore, 'hal grandparents are , Trent, Keysville, Va.; great-grandfather is of Bunker Hill. and Brian Hogbin, resi- announce the hter, Briana Hadee Tuesday, June 6, at 8:38 Memorial Hospital. weighed 6 pounds, 8 19 inches long at grandparents are Lowell Summit Point; pa- )arents are Mary and Virginia 0mney; maternal grand- Leon and Robin Wolfe, W.Va.; and maternal ;~arents are Don and Old Fields, and Eula and Rodney A. 'g, would like to birth of their daughter, Elizabeth Kems, on Hospital. The little gid Pounds, 13 ounces and are Ronald Kerns, Harpers Ferry. ginia Va. grandparent is Sherry g. Maternal are Mary and Hedgesville. Y. and Joseph G. g, announce their son, Christian on Tuesday, June at Jefferson Memo- The new arrival .Pounds, 10 ounces and long at birth. in the household 17; Lauren, age 15; age 5; and grandfather is Thomas inih Beach, Va.; ma- are E. Russel 3. Lilly, Charles Town; arents are Annabelle Burruss, 12atering {or All Nikki Morton and Charles Rash, of Charles Town, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Kayla Marie Canedy-Rash, at Jefferson Me- modal Hospital on June 13. The little girl weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 21 inches long. Paternal great-grandparent is Mary Jane Robbins, Omaha, Neb. Maternal grandparents are T.J. and Penny Canedy, Radcliff, Ken. Sandra L. Jenkins and Shannon L. Fisher, of Charles Town, are pleased to announce the birth of their daugh- ter, Briana Nicole Fisher, on June 15 at Jefferson Memodal Hospital. Little Briana weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 inches long. Waiting at home were Tylor, 3 years old, and Shannon, 1 1/2 years old. Paternal grandparents are Jim and Mary Fisher; paternal great- grandparents are Merle W. and Margret L. Fisher, all of Falling Wa- ters. Maternal grandparents are Kathy Jenkins and Terry Rippeon, Charles Town. Maternal great-grandmother is Rebecca Thompson, Myersville. Latyce E. Watkins and Jed L. Roper, Martinsburg, are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jalen Isiah Roper, on June 2 at City Hospi- tal. The new arrival weighed 4 pounds, 6 ounces and was 17 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Gwinny and Reggie Roper, Charles Town. Maternal grandparents are Cathy Watkins, Martinsburg, and Leo Watkins, Sr Washington, D.C. Ruthann Easterling and Ramiro Capistran, Jr are the parents of a daughter, Shannon Marie Capistran, born on Saturday, June 17, at 1:16 p.m. at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The infant weighed 7 pounds and was 21 inches long at birth. Paternal grandparents are Mary Capistran, Charles Town, and Ramiro Capistran, Sr of York, S.C.; maternal grandmother is Ruby Easterling, Ranson; and maternal great-grandmother is Ruth JohnsOn, Keystone Heights, Fla. Officers Betsy Ross A visit to the "Foot of the Moun- tain" Family Restaurant, in Mer- cersburg, Pa the Buchanan Trail West was part of a very delightful outing for five members of the Betsy Ross CEOS Club. In Mercersburg, there is a statue of the 15th president, F.A.I.R. MEETING FAIR (Friends Advancing Inter- cultural Relations) will meet at Morgan's Grove Park, Route 480, on Thursday, July 13, at 5 for a family picnic. Henry Thomas will be honored for his work in the Jef- ferson County school system and his contributions in advocating cultural diversity in the schools and community. The Crimson Park Baha'i Youth project will perform. Call 263-2817 for details. staurant Specializing in Seafood PATIO AREA Now Enlarged to Accommodate 30x60 Tent for 200 Person Cocktail Party or Wedding ALSO NEW Glass Enclosed Sunroom for Smaller Groups of 25 -OPEN- Wed-Sun 11a.m.-gp.m. 1270 Wx inat S eet Reservation Recommended The Eastern Panhandle Medical Society Alliance Associa- tion recently elected officers for 2000-2001. From left, above, are President Teresa McCabe, Treasurer Ginny Reisenweber, Secretary Barbara Hendricks, Past President Missy Shamblin and Vice President Virginia Van Dongen. Founded in 1922, the EPMSAA is a chapter of the West Vir- ginia Medical Association Alliance and the American Medical Association Alliance. This organization of physician spouses focuses on health promotion issues in its efforts to improve community health. can truthfully say, 'I fly over a na- tion that knows the true meaning of honor, respect and freedom un- der God.' " Helen Wiltshire presented an- nual awards to Tommy Ann Rosenzweig, Esther Wood, and Lilly Cain. Nancy Alfriend re- ceived the Silver Bowl for overall points. Jean Hartgroves gave a report on Conservation and Environ- ment, briefing members on the sta- tus of the Butterfly Gardens. She also reported that student Jim Apperson was the Camp Caesar at- tendee. Jewell Hellems gave a re- port on Garden Therapy with the Jefferson Training Center clients and the Horticulture Tip for the month. Tommy Ann Rosenzweig re- ported that the annual House and Garden Tour was a huge success. Other committee reports were given by chairnaen Lib Senseney, Membership; Jewell Hellems, Pro- grams; Margie Grove, Project 2000; Louise Ramey, Project Playground; and Josephine "Jo" Bell, Shenan- doah-Potomac District meeting. A report was given on the May bus trip to Ladew Topiary Gar- dens, Jacksonville, Md and a visit to Hampton House, Towson, Md. Helen Wiltshire recognized Nancy Alfriend with the Horticul- ture award and the Design award. Ora Cooper announced she was taking orders for the National Gar- den Club's 2001 calendar. It was announced that there will be a Flower Show Schoo! on June 21 through 23 at the Asbury Method- ist Church, Charles Town. President Esther Wood an- nounced that the Shenandoah Gar- den Club would host the Shenan- doah-Potomac Garden Club's Dis- trict meeting, September 26 at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg. Each member participated in the plant exchange by bringing and receiving a plant complete with plant names and care instruc- tions. The July meeting will be the an- nual picnic at Richwood Hall, home of club member Annette Bakhtiar. Marriage is popular because it combines the maximum of temp- tation with the maximum of opportunity. --George Bernard Shaw Has Meeting On Flag Shenandoah Garden Club members met at Acorn Ridge, the home of club President Esther Wood, on June 14 for the monthly meeting. Following the call to or- der, Julia Creamer gave a warming tribute to the American Flag by sharing her personal feelings in celebration of Flag Day. "I am your American Flag. I fly proudly over the greatest nation on this earth. I fly over your embas- sies and installations all over the world. I am with your ships at sea, and I am with your troops in war and peace wherever they may be in the world. I am respected, honored and loved by most of you, but in many foreign lands I am hated, re- viled, spit upon, torn down, trampled and burned. Sad to say, some of you in this country have done the same thing to me. So on this day you set aside to honor me, please pray that we can be united in love and brotherhood so that I James Buchanan. The Buchanan Home, a log cabin, is located on the academy grounds. Behind the res- taurant, there is a historic two- room stone school house, built in 1897 (now an apartment house). James Buchanan was born in Cove Gap in 1791. He served as Secretary of State when James Polk was president, and in 1856, Buchanan became president of the United States until 1861. Mary Redman recommended Wolf's Baked Goods store in Greencastle, Pa. Delicious baked goods and various items are avail- able at this Amish store. The same five members, Presi- dent Eloise Welsh, Treasurer Bette Steenblik, secretary Alice Briscoe, Dot Meyers and Mary Redman hosted a Flag Day celebration at the V.A. Medical Center in Martin- sburg, for 30 patients. As always, veterans were very appreciative of the visit. Another party will be given in July. Betsy Ross Club will have a pic- nic on July 19. For Moler's CEOS The Molers' CEOS Club had re- The Hills make up 67% of Nepal. freshments and a meeting at the The people farm on tiered fields home of Virginia Frye in Bakerton on the hills. The Nepali diet is len- on June 14 with 16 members til soup, rice and curried veg- present, etables, although rice is the food of President Polly Hockensmith choice, called "bhat." In most ar- opened the meeting with the eas, people eat twice a day. It is a Pledge of Allegiance and a poem, third world country and one of the "A Cut Above", in honor of Flag poorest in the world. Day. Nepal is a Hindu kingdom, but Ann Mong read a tribute to it is interwoven with Buddhism, Norma Geary, our deceased mem- Animism and Tantra. These reli- ber, that Ann had written. Hazel gions make it more open and toler- Hendricks read "A Tribute to Fa- ant than the Hinduism practiced thers" by Paul Harvey. in India. Marriages are arranged Speaker Eloise Clem, vice presi- and they must observe a series of dent of the club, gave a report on rules. Women may not speak to Shyam, the international student males, except their husbands and from Nepal. Shyam is the recipient in private. They must cover their of the West Virginia CEOS Clubs faces in front of their father-in-law. Scholarship Program for the Year The southeast ridge of Mount 2000. Everest was the route taken by Sir Shyam was born July 19, 1972 Edmund Hillary for his climb. in Chitti Village, Lamjung, Nepal. There have been more than 150 He is one of eight brothers and sis- people who have died on the moun- ters, and they live together as an rain. extended family. Most of the people July 18, at 6:30 p.m there will in his area are illiterate. His gen- be a covered dish dinner at the eration is the first to be admitted Community Center, where those to school according to his autobiog- present will meet Shyam. All are raphy, welcome to bring a covered dish Nepal is sandwiched between and guest to the dinner. China on the north, and India. Mary Catherine Vickers noted Katmandu is the capital of Nepal, 30 more recipes are needed for the with a population of one million cookbook. Please send them to the people. The population of Nepal is Extension office. 22 million. Nepal is a land that The Bloodmobile will be in stretches from near sea level to the Shepherdstown on June 26. summit of Mount Everest, the The next meeting will be a trip world's highest mountain. In be- to the Wayside Theater on July 26 tween is the Hills, a rugged region to have dinner and see "Steel Mag- of deep valleys and terraced ridges, nolias." Its land area totals 56,811 square The August meeting will be at miles. If it were stretched flat, it the home of Betty Allen in Baker- would be about the size of Texas. ton. The Monuments at Antietam - Sharpsburg's Silent Sentinel8 is now available in local stores, including Four Seasons Books Store and Happenings in Shepherdstown. Distribution in Charles Town and Harpers Ferry is underway. Compiled and edited by Charles S. Adams, of Shepherdstown, the book in- cludes a recent photo of each of the 99 monuments on the battelfield, together with monument location, text and de- scription, pertinent battle information on the unit being me- morialized, and information about the dedication of the monu- ment, where available. The book is 128 pages long and has a full color cover which includes a picture of a monument from each of the twelve states represented with monuments at Antietam. This is Adams' ninth book since moving to Shep- herdstown in August of 1992, with his wife, Mary Kate. Monuments at Antietam - Sharvsburg's Silent Sentinels is also available directly from Adams, who can be contacted at 201 Ryan Court, Shepherdstown; 304-876-3533. 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