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6 Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary St. 725-7742 Bakery Open For a lawn that needs mowing, The Village Bakery has opened windows that need cleaning, and its doors in downtown Charles gutters that need fixing, because Town. Next door to Curry's Corner it means that I have a home. on Washington Street, one enters The Recipe Corner a charming shop with a pleasant, Steve Alenskis' Bruschetta eclectic look about its small but Slice bread (Italian, French, or clean and attractive surround-olive/garlic) into 1/4-inch slices; ings. You know you're in a bakery brush with extra virgin olive oil; by then - you can smell it! top with roasted red peppers, an- Loaves of bread line one largechovies, fresh grated parmesan shelf, all baked by proprietorcheese, fresh thyme and basil; put Steve Alenskis. They are gourmet on cookie sheet and broil until cheese organic loaves; Steve makes sev- turns light brown. Serve with red eral different kinds on different wine of choice. days. These include country Birthdays andAnniversaries French, cinnamon-raisin, oliveHappy birthday to: Woody Ad- and garlic, roasted sunflower,ams, Ed Barney, Leah Craig, whole wheat, hemp nut, pumper-Pauline, Jean Nutter and Andrea nickel, dark rye, onion dell rye, Workman on July 14; Thomas and baguettes. The breads are Beyeler and Marie Trussell on full-bodied and delicious to eat July 15; Pauline Alt, Sandy (speaking from experience). Spe- Dougherty, Bill Garney, Herb cial orders are accepted, with a Jonkers, Amy Keeton, Doug one-day advance notice. Lance, Donald Mickey and An- Also offered are cookies, madedrew Skinner on July 16; Amanda by Steve's wife - chocolate chip, or- Craig, Louise Boyd, Gary Kisner, ganic peanut butter, oatmeal rai- Jeff Sperry and Cesarina Wysong sin. Soon Steve hopes to make cin- on July 17; Dennis Caling, John namon buns to add to the inven- Dailey, Jr Amy Ferguson, Marge tory. Smith and Melvin Whittington on There are also shelves of fancy July 18; Tiffany Charley, Marie foods - many local West Virginia Galperin, Devon Moreland and products, and some organic. A fu- Oscar "Whitey" Wilt, Jr. on July ture addition will be a glass-front 19; Alyssa Andagan, Bertha fridge, where Steve hopes to fea- Kelican, Melissa Lineburg, Wallis ture fresh pasta, homemade spa- Magaha, Joe Poole, Traci Propst, ghetti sauce and more. Marina Rae Rocco (age 9), Lee At the present time, the Village Small and Donald Waugh on July Bakery is open Thursday, 11 a.m.- 20. 5:30 p.m.; Friday, 12:30-5:30 p.m.; Anniversary congratulations to and Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Wayne and Sharon Harrell on Please make a trip and check out July 17; John and Diane Mayhew our Village Bakery! on July 19. Community Dinner All for now, see you next This notice is a week early, so time take care. you can mark your calendars now, for the evening of Tuesday, July 25. LOCAL STUDENT ON The dinner will be held in theRENSSELAER DEAN'S pavilion at Morgan's Grove Park in Shepherdstown, from 6 to 7:30 LIST FOR SPRING p.m. Wear comfortable "picnic"Troy, NY - Rensselaer Polytech- clothes and enjoy meeting withnic Institute has announced that others who live in our community. Jeffrey A. Brelsford, of Summit We'll pray, eat, talk and sing to- Point, made the institute's dean's gether, list for the spring semester. The Food assignments are as fol- dean's list recognizes full-time stu- lows: A-G, meat; H-M, salad; N-R, dents who maintain grade-point dessert; S-Z, vegetable/casserole, averages of a minimum of 3.0 out Anyone is welcome, the more the of a possible 4.0 and have no merrier, grades below "C". Brelsford is a se- Nate from 'rBeauty" nior in Industrial and Manage- Arbutus "Beauty" Moreland ment Engineering (MGTE). Logan wrote from Oakton, Vir- Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti- ginia with a request. She wants to tute, founded in 1824, is the tell her CHS '44 classmates who nation's first technological univer- attended the reunion in June how sity. The school offers degrees in much the get-well card they sent engineering, the sciences, inforrna- to her meant. She said it was tion technology, architecture, man- signed by everyone and was just agement, and the humanities and the right medicine, social sciences. Institute programs Beauty also wants to say to all serve undergraduates, graduate of you 1944 grads - "I look forward students, and working profession- to seeing you in 2001!" als around the world. Rensselaer Net Message Worth Repeating faculty are known for preeminence Subject on the Internet - "Be in research conducted in a wide thankful for " range of research centers that are For the teenager who is not do- characterized by strong industry ing the dishes but is watching TV, partnerships. The Institute is es- because that means he is at home pecially well-known for its success and not on the street, in the transfer of technology from For the taxes I pay, because it the laboratory to the marketplace means that I am employed, so that new discoveries and inven- For the mess to clean after a tions benefit human life, protect party, because it means that Ithe environment, and strengthen have been surrounded by friends, economic development. For the clothes that fit a little too snug, because it means I have Do not do unto others as you enough to eat would that they should do unto For my shadow that watches you. Their tastes may not be the me work, because it means I amsame. out in the sunshine. --George Bernard Shaw Thursday, July 13 family Ride night Silent Ruction Friday, July 14 6ahed Goods fluctions 7:30 p.m. final night for Silent Audion Gigantic flreworhs Display 10:15 p.m Saturday, July 15 Heraohe finals S500 in Cash Prizes Gluen Away 8:00 p.m. [Rain Date for nre(uo s] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -Thursday, July 13, 2000 ' ' '~ f I f I " :: 12-MONTH CD Unlimited Additional Deposits Anytime During Term Annual Percentage Yield . One Penalty-Free Withdrawal 7o, ooo mi, m,m d ,o,it. (Up to 1/3 Original Principal) Rate, a terms subject to charge. . Competitive High Yield 18:-MONTH CD Annual Percentage Yield | 5, 000 minimum initial deposit. Rates ,~ terms subject to change. "PZ~7. Member FDIC Sheriff William Senseney and the Jefferson County Department wish to acknowledge the generosity and the sponsors of the 1999-2000 "Deputy Phil" Child Program presented to the students in kindergarten throu third grade in Jefferson County. 1M Once again with their support, our children experienced a program which instills higher levels of responsibility, positive and safety awareness. Developing responsible young citizens is the job of the entire commut Once again we extend to the following sponsors our sincere apprecia Towne House Restaurant Comfort Inn Bavarian Inn & Lodge Southern States Cooperative, Inc. G.S. Communications, Inc. American Legion, Post #71 Gowers Feed, Inc. Spirit of Jefferson Advocate State Farm Insurance - Bob Snyder, Agent VFW Post No. 3522 BSR, Inc. Kevin S. Roberts, D.V.M. Smoot Insurance Bank of Charles Town Debbie K. Shewbridge, D.D.S. American Appliance Service PNGI Charles Town Gaming, LLC Thomassen Auto Mart Sleepy Hollow Golf & Country Club Snyder Environmental Service, Inc. F&M Bank Canterbury of Shepherdstown Ranson Auto Body Mountain Enterprises, Inc. Dr. David V. Miljour, D.C. A B & C Group Sheetz Universal Forest Products, Inc. Jefferson Pharmacy, Inc. 7-Seas Food Store Waste Management of Shenandoah Valley Jay's Automotive H & D Feed & Supply Sok Yi, M.D. Burch Manufacturing Co Inc. The Old Opera House Denny's Restaurant Godfather's Pizza D.M. Leslie & Sons Sporting Goods Automotive Imports Dean's Lawn Mower Shop Uvilla Small Engine Repair Avanti Ristorante *Doc's Sports Club McDaniel Hardwood Products, LLC Mid-Atlantic Retreading, Inc. Bob's Roofing Valley Auction Co. *Gilley's General Contracting Shenandoah Sales & Service, Inc. Ophas Vongxaiburana, M.D P.C. North Gate Inn Harpers Ferry KOA Charles Washington Inn City National Bank Vital Signs Stuck & Alger Pharmacy Jefferson Asphalt Products Co. Inc. ,Countryside Veterinary Americast e Fargo Jones Insurance Co. Charles Town Computer Center Golden Corral Williams Motor Parts * River Riders Courtney & Sons Towing Service Smith Nadenbousch Insurance Inc. Rockwell's Moving & Storage Community Oil Co Inc. Hill's Chevron Walsh & Company, C.P.A. Budget Inn "Mum's" Liberty Street Carry-Out Moore Insurance Agency Bechdel Jewelers UltraPrise Corporation Dr. Vikram Dayal, M.D. Old Pharmacy Cafd AWOK Chinese Restaurant Algers Auto Recycling, Inc. Valley Equine Associates, PPLC Turf Motel Dining Room & Lounge Famous Pawn Brokers Kings Pizza David A. Camilletti J.D.P. Pawn Brokers Alfred N. Shakesprere, M.D. Jefferson Orchards Scott's Auto Body Ed's Taproom Kubic Engineering & Construction, Inc. Blue Moon Cafd Jerry's Auto Sales The Office Betty's Stitching World IIIIIERS SHOWS, I11C. 011 THE mIDWAY