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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 13, 2000 5 GRADUATES FROM JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. ailro Ler. J Bettie J. LaMotte IS a(~ in BIt 725"5523 )osi~?l ~ ~ .- hill bee J.~il rtainly been a happy, enjoyed a resounding rendition of olla~mW " ~'i eekend in Blue Ridge 'Happy Birthday" by all the chil- Pool is up and running Lt r l Oae is having a great ,ll ore on that later. vsul Blue Ride Acres )herul b a,a. ~esluencs ~a~.~[It have the opportunity to t~ .~er residents, Red and k, in Hawthorne, Fla. ,lU~t 0 get Edna Nelson s =ass and said they are nt elT, although Red is using L::eT t::eatth i:igye now to It ;~V~th "Hap" Hapgood on re (3fame from work one he wm d he still continues to ve, r! aealth problems as a re- )nlY ri. :$,'ous automobile acci- Lsln e time ago. He looked that everything else - 1 Wel I. The girls are all r off and running as is am,turning to Blue Ridge r a La ea : :mn.:i i tart l 'tfw tflY piCnioCf J U:to TJL ' some hi aen~ ~ loo-- ""1 ~t ", ms great and says Mu. ,usy with his job and his edde ~ ~fg:lygoP:~Cu p of guests attending the )r .l utlrth of July family pic- Aad.e rChabhouse Clay Horton tnd d the r " g ill and was kept bang burgers and hotdogs. Went very well. I sup- People took advantage " Weekend and took offto -'4it It, it was certainly a good '' fun in the sun. Frank the prize and immedi- it it back to help defray lO Ociated with the pool , s#l~,l Renovations Y I hi the nted at this before, I ,ell cover it now. The there are lots of members! The pool als0 ]ust about everything . il Wednesdav evening i 7eti th health nspector on orning We passed in- lall be taken care of before nt, afternoon. B#tlk'J' OPened, the water was e children were hay- ,diL ] e have received noth- usiOI pliments on the pool job the workers have ves. t ew umbrellas add to u e Y a.nd the little kiddy Th0 lk J---d the baby pool have Children their very own ;e- tck Bar did not open on We were able to open it ill Sunday. Melanie [ ill charge of the food S tters, but it was her :$tLt Work. Jacki Bauer is a, so Frank Gosnell on Saturday, and I ,e P i red ray niece, Nancy Blue Ridge Acres ree away the cheese Pletely ran out early rnoon. We have put - shopping list so we for coming week- That an dI Review your ife. EAN'S LIST 'U. Rendeiro, of 546 Street, Charles -- 0ag the, 963 students Dean s List for the rat Millersville Uni- l nr l sYlavnia. received a quality to 3.9. dren, including Sarah and Brit- tany Hudnall, Jessica Proctor, Amelia and Aston Charles, Bethany Hallack, and several oth- ers. I got lots of cards in the mail, and Cal surprised me with a dozen or so steamed crabs. Delicious! We enjoyed visiting with Bill and Becky Gosnell on Friday evening. The younger Gosnells are slowly getting their new home in shape, but are experiencing the usual "new home" difficulties with items that need to be repaired. I suppose those things come with buying a new house. All the "kinks" aren't worked out quite yet. The house should be in good shape in five or ten years! Del Tomaini was by on Sunday, and had quite a group visiting for the day and for a cookout. The group ended up at the pool for the remainder of the afternoon. Del was able to transfer her job to nearby Martinsburg and is enjoy- ing the shorter commute. She is looking forward to enjoying the pool in the evenings. Lloyd and Keara Fink hosted a small get-together on Saturday night. Cal and I didn't make it, but understand it was a nice group. Molly and Kelly were off to spend time with Lloyd's parents and it gave Lloyd and Keara a chance to do some entertaining without wor- rying about the little ones. Lloyd has worked really hard on the pool, as have others, and he deserved the break in the action. We haven't seen him at the pool since opening. Jill Kauffman did "drag" husband Ran to the pool on Friday. Ran was also a regular pool worker, and he was enjoying seeing the fruits of his labor coming together. That's about it for this week. We will talk to you next week! Only Shadow (and Fluffy) ~nOW. . . Ryan Michael Kretzer, son of Michael D. and Barbara A. Kretzer, Sharpsburg, Md graduated from Johns Hopkins University, Balti- more, Md on May 25 with a bach- elor of arts degree in chemistry. Ryan is also the grandson of Elise M. Stiles, of Middleway, and the late Robert (Bob) S. Stiles. Kretzer ranked second in the graduating class of 983 students with a 3.99 grade point average. He was first among 685 graduates in the College of Arts and Sciences. He was named to Phi Beta Kappa and received both departmental and general honors at commence- ment. At Hopkins, Kretzer served as president of the student affilates of the American Chemical Society and was vice president of the Golden Key National Honor Soci- ety and was involved in the Alpha Epsilon Delta Prehealth Honor So- ciety. In addition, he worked as an or- ganic chemistry lab teaching assis- tant and as a biorganic chemistry research assistant for two years. He received a 1999 undergradu- ate award from the American Chemical Society, a Howard Hughes Research Fellowship and will be presenting at the American Chemical Society meeting in Au- gust in Washington, D.C. A 1966 graduate of Boonsboro, Md High School, Kretzer will at- tend the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine this fall. Learn how to keep your family financially secure today and in the years to come with a free Nationwide* Needs Analysis review. Call today. Nationwide Is On Your Side~ Tom and Angle Jones 300 W. 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Glasses [frames $ Single Vision clear plastic lenses in most prescriptions Bausch 5 Lomb Price includes: eye exam, I pr B&L contacts, fo#ow-up and starter kit Charles Town (Somerset Village) (304) 725-4828 Martinsburg (Foxcrofl Ave.) 267-9911 Buds Gather for' fP 4-H Clover Buds from Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson counties gathered for Bud Day 2000 recently at Camp Frame 4-H Camp near Hedgesville. One hundred Tri-County 4-H Clover Buds enjoyed a day at 4-H Camp, complete with'swimming, T-shirt designing, nature classes, outdoor cooking, games and singing. Big Chief Margaret Byrne directed the activities assisted by over 40 4-H teen leaders. Ryan Fincham was Camp Director. Adult coordinators were 4-H Bud Leader Kathy Blue and Jim Staley, Jefferson County Exten- sion Agent. Over 25 4-H Clover Bud parents volunteered throughout the day. The Clover Bud program is pre-4-H for children kindergarten through second grade and available to all regardless of race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, national origin, and marital or family status. For more information on enrolling children in 4-H Clover Buds, contact the Jefferson County Extension Office at 728- 7415, or the Berkeley County Extension Office at 264-1936, or the Morgan County Extension Of- fice at 258-8400. GRANT FOCUSES ON DRUNK DRIVING The Charles Town Police De- partment has been awarded a grant from the West Virginia Com- mission on Drunk Driving Preven- tion. The grant commenced on July 1, and will run through September 30. This grant funds overtime costs for officers to concentrate on drunk drivers and those who drive under the influence of other substances. The officers who volunteer for the overtime slots will also enforce other traffic laws. The exact dates There are two days in the week about which and upon which I never worry One of these days Yesterday And the other day I do not worry about is Tomorrow. --Robert Jones Bnrdette of the operation of sobriety check- nounced during the above time points will be conducted and an- frame. IIIIII I II I II WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON KNOWING OUR CUSTOMERS Many of our customers have trusted us with their medication needs for years. Because we are a neighborhood pharmacy we can offer our customers truly personalized service for their prescription and over the counter medication choices. and PHARMACY, INC. 114 W. Washington Street Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 725-2621 And Hospice of the helps make every minute count. Providing in-home care to people living with incurable, progressive illnesses. Professional staff and volunteer visits, help for family and loved ones, 24 hour on-call support, medicines, equipment, supplies. Bereavement care to hospice families and the community. 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