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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 13, 2000 3 Belle Starliper 3, Box 293 WV 25430 by the time there's been in our town and areas. Everything green and fresh-look- been mowing our twice a week; how- see signs of needing you and your family Ka nice summer. I'm not many of you and I'm because you're Ifun! for the Week with ants? Try ; area with hair spray. and keep coming around. Recipe kids growing up town, my brother and I Ethel come and Uncle Lester Pc which to be far, far away! Worked for the B & O ;he little railroad town Year, and on other very Aunt Ethel and Leetown for Lester would stay then he had to re- Aunt Ethel, how- for two weeks and e Could talk her into it. lady and we all was a great cook looked forward to her of her special dishes here. One of the fa- cake and my Aunt 'Saved her recipe; so, Birthday Cake Blue) siited cake flour; 1 112 tsp. baking pow- 3/4 cup milk; 4 tsp. vanilla; 1 tsp. flour, sugar, baking milk in a large 2 minutes. Add egg lla, salt and milk. 2 minutes. Bake in rer pans, greased Bake for 30 min- cups sifted brown Karo syrup; 1 1/2 cup milk; 2 1/2 4 Tbs. hot milk; 1 cup Crisco. to a soft 10X sugar, milk, va- Beat until ;he hot mixture mixture and beat and thick. If For Yore" Child: Creativity & Fun law Sagers, of our sailing on Cloud past month! Their has been busy with joy. his parents, John Lgers, are visiting their home in state. ~ationers Bostic, Sulphur %d, have returned they report a won- at The Outer ~ C0Uple drove to their l~ Charleston, picked daughter-in-law, two grandchildren, and Banks" for some : another name to ay list. Mrs. Urath es hers this FDIC- to $100,000 Minimum deposit $5,000 Minimum deposit; $5i000 Yield (APY)-Interest periodic payout Effective 7/11/00. Suite 201 2.5414 Hm, 304-728-1086 Investor8 Since 1871 month, also. She is one of our readers who enjoys getting her Spirit each week. Happy birth- day, Mrs. G. Birthday Fun When we get our age, we might as well call it "fun"! I was kind of hoping everyone would forget mine this year - just let it pass by quietly. Not so! Son and daughter-in-law, Cliff and Peg Starliper, dropped by with a nice gift which I have al- ready used and enjoyed. Daughter Lydia Viekers took me shopping and out to breakfast, and brother and sister-in-law, Jimmy and Emma Locke treated the better half and me to breakfast on Tues- day. All in all, I'd say the old girl fared quite well for her birthday, 2000! Check It Out Have you noticed the patriotic hay bale displays at the Cam Tabbs? There are flag-draped bales and one dressed like a fire- cracker. Quite clever! Don't Forget Folks, did you realize that Jef- ferson County is considered a sub- urb of the D.C. area? One only has to get out in the car, on any day of the week, and it's not hard to be- lieve. The traffic is terrific (as the song goes). Drivers who are famil- iar with the area try to avoid Route 9 because of traffic tie-ups and sometimes we feel like city folk, here in Leetown, because of all the traffic. NOW, along with all that, add cell phones to every other vehicle, sleepy drivers who are already late, road rage, inexperience, and the list goes on and we have a red flag alert for a possible acci- dent! All the more reason to keep the traveling folks in our thoughts and prayers. Mrs. Gladys Dunn is ill - please add her to your list. Don't forget Paul Jackson, John Demory, Catherine Demory, Jim Blue and all the others who are ill or hurt- ing in any way. Remember all in your thoughts and prayers. Also, we need to think of the families of those who are ill. Till Then Have a great week! Try and do your homework this week, folks. Your FLC (Friendly Leetown Cor- respondent) needs your input. Just call or write - let us know what you and the family are doing or have already done. Also, let us know about those who are ill. Thought for the Week "Old age" is always about 15 years older than you are! AL-ANON, AA, AND ALATEEN MEETINGS All meetings last approximately one hour. Sunday, 7:30 p.m. - (A1-Anon and AA only) Camp Hill United Methodist Church, Washington Street, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 Monday, 8 p.m. - (AA, A1-Anon and Alateen available) Shepherd- stown Presbyterian Church, 100 W. Washington Street, Shepherd- stown, WV 25443 Tuesday, 8 p.m. - (Al-Anon and AA only) Trinity United Methodist Church, 220 West Martin Street, Martinsburg, WV 25401 Wednesday, 7:14 p.m. - (Al- Anon only; Step Meeting, studying book ~) Zion Epis- copal Church, 221 East Washing- ton Street, Charles Town, WV 25414 Wednesday, 8:30 p.m. - (A1- Anon and AA only) Zion Episcopal Church, 221 East Washington Street, Charles Town, WV 25414 Thursday, 8 p.m. - (A1-Anon only) In the home of Pauline G 716 Jefferson Pike, Knoxville, Md.; (301) 834-9193 for more info Friday, 8 p.m. - (AA, A1-Anon and Alateen) Jefferson Memorial Hospital, 300 S. Preston Street (3rd floor classroom), Ranson, WV 25438 HEDGESVILLE MAN WINS CORVETTE AT CHARLES TOWN Hugh Burkhart's allegiance to ' Ford cars wavered slightly on In- dependence Day. Burkhart has a new liking for Chevrolets after his name was drawn at Charles Town Races and Slots as the winner of a 1961 classic red Corvette. "I'm a Ford man," Burkhart told an onlooker in the big crowd that gathered around the Corvette. "I guess I'll have to change a little." Burkhart, from nearby Hedges- ville, submitted more than 300 en- tries to the drawing. He visits Charles Town frequently and fig- ure~l it was a matter of time before he won a big prize. "I'm just tickled," said Burkhart. "I looked at this car ev- ery day. I wasn't counting on win- ning this one, but I waited right in front of the (awards) stand in case my name was drawn." His wife, June, was prepared to follow her husband in the family vehicle for the drive back home. "I'll drive the other car tonight," she said. "If I get in the Corvette, I might never get out." -Tezaaia:i, ag Jefferson Memorial Park Junior Tennis Standings: Big League Division Team W L Lions 5 0 Blue Jays 2 2 Bears 2 2 Tigers 1 3 Wildcats 1 4 Little League Division Hawks 4 1 Cubs 2 3 Owls 2 3 Vikings 2 3 Results past week: July 3 - Blue Jays 6, Bears 3; Tigers 5, Wildcats 4; Lions 7, Bears 2. July 4 - Cubs 6, Vikings 4; Hawks 6, Owls 4. July 5 - Blue Jays 5, Wildcats 4; Lions 6, Tigers 3. July 6 - Owls 6, Vikings 4; Hawks 7, Cubs 3. This week's schedule: July 13 - Jefferson Junior Open Tourna- ment. July 14 - 9:30 a.m girls singles; 12:30 p.m boys singles. July 17 - 9 a.m Tigers vs. Bears; 11 a.m Lions vs. Wildcats; 6 p.m Teen Night. July 18 - 9 a.m The basis of action is lack of imagination. It is the last resource of those who know not how to dream. --Oscar Wilde Hawks vs. Vikings; 11 a.m. Cubs vs. Owls. July 19 - 9 a.m Lions vs. Bears; 11 a.m Blueflays vs. Ti- gers; 1 p.m extra group lessons. July 20 - 9 a.m Vikings vs. Cubs; 11 a.m Hawks vs. Owls. July 21 - 9:30 a.m girls singles; 12:30 p.m boys singles. Players of the Week - Lauren Riley, Eli Moreland, Alexander Link, Ryan Armstrong, Mia Brown, Alyson Cummings, Amy Miranda, Lisa Smith, and Steven Marrone. Extra group lessons were held on July 5. Top players were Teal Pindell and J.P. Costello. Tennis bingo winners were Brittany Moreland, Alden Roth, Katelyn Mumaw, Ryan Mumaw, and Jacob O'Connor. Singles play was held on July 7. Division winners were Jennifer Kastle, Jessie Welsh, Brittany Fargo, Brittany Moreland, Andy Bosco, and Brandon McLaughlin. Dolphin Swim Team The Jefferson Park swim team defeated host Fountainhead Coun- try Club of Hagerstown in a meet held on July 6. The Dolphins are now 2-1 on the season. SAUSAGE' & CHEESE. NEW HARPERS FERRY .o CENTER ASSOCIATE MANAGER SELECTED National Park Service's Harp- ers Ferry Center Manager Gary Cummins announced today that he has selected Peggy O'Dell for the newly-created post of associate manager for Client Services. O'Dell is a 20-year National Park Service (NPS) employee. She has served in a variety of NPS as- signments including visitor inter- pretive and educational program- ming, visitor center management, general park management, super- visory park ranger duties, and is currently park superintendent at Jewel Cave National Monument in Custer, S.D. She has been a fre- quent instructor for a variety of NPS training courses. The quality of her work during her career has been recognized through numer- ous special achievement and per- formance awards. Give the United Way Fun, developmental toys incorporating classic concepts of play and learning. For ages 1 1/2 and up. The original felt playsystem offers even more fun and excitement with many new products. For ages 3 and up. Bright, colorful classically designed toys distributed by Learning Curve. For ages 3 months to 24+ months. #5 Ranson Square Ranson, WV25438 (304) 724-SOOS M-F 12 Noon-7 PM-SatlO-5 PM Inwood Shopping Center Inwood, WV (304) 229-S278 We Get The System Working For You. If you've been refused Social Security Disability benefits, give us a call for a free consultation. We know your rights because we've been there time and' again fighting for people just like you. Social Security promised disability benefits that you paid for. We think those benefits should be awarded to you when you need them. Don't take no for an answer. Call us today. There's no risk because we aren't paid until we win your claim and you collect. & PARTNERS P.LC A~YS AT LAW MARTINSBURG 300 West Burke Street, Suite A 263-6124 Also In: Harrisonburg, Winchester &Staunton Serving Virginia & West Virginia An open house will be held between the of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m, at Har Branch with refreshments and a collage photos taken when the bank was opened. 1318 Washington Street Harpers Ferry, WV 535-6336 Member F.D.I.C. Full Service Bank