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1 6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 13, 2000 Mrs. Wallace Welsh 876-6845 RE/MAX Real Estate Group (304) 728-7477 Somerset Village, Suite B-8, Charles Town, WV 25414 Constance Barnhart, Broker The smell of charcoal filtered throughout the community with local families enjoying the Fourth of July. Driving through the com- munity, cars were parked in drive- ways, families hovering around picnic tables, anxiously waiting to bite into a juicy, succulent sand- wich. Later, the sound of fireworks echoed throughout with a haze of smoke filtering through the trees. Edith Thomas hosted a get-to- gether with family and friends to- taling 36. My family enjoyed a quiet day. Our son James and his wife, Dawn, enjoyed a ringside seat near the Washington Monu- ment for the spectacular display of fireworks. July 4-H Picnic Members of the Evergreen 4-H Club, Little Pinecone Cloverbuds, parents and friends met at my home for their July combination meeting and picnic, with 31 in at- tendance. Following the meal, a short business meeting was held: Vice-president Nicole Landon pre- sided. Reports were given on the three tri-county 4-H camps, OMC (Older Members Conference) at Jackson's Mill, Alpha I and II State camps, with France Jonathan Posa, Cloverbud, giving a report on Cloverbud Day, held the Wednesday of Older 4-H Camp. Members turned in the project books and activity sheets. Gearing up for the Jefferson County Fair, Daniel Coffinberger will chair the educational exhibit committee. The club will meet on August 3 for their regular monthly meeting. Meeting adjourned with the group enjoying a game of volley- ball. Tri-Parish Picnic The annual Tri-Parish Picnic will be held on Sunday, August 6, 6 p.m hosted by the Kearneysville Grace Reformed United Church of Christ. Guests are the Martins- burg and Shepherdstown Christ churches. Eating utensils, rolls, meat and tea will be provided. You are asked to bring a covered dish. The Kearneysville charge will hold a Vesper Service. This is open to the community and former mem- bers of all three churches. Contemporary American Theater Festival The 2000 CATF season at Shep- herd College opened last Wednes- day with four new plays. I had the opportunity to see Mary and Myra, written by Catherine Filloux. This delightful play reflects a time in the life of Mary Todd Lincoln. And on Saturday, a short play, Hunger, by playwright Sheri Wilner at the Studio Theater in Sara Cree Hall. Joyce Carol dates wrote Miss Golden Dreams on the life of Mari- lyn Monroe, and is the author of the novel, Blondie. Shepherd's own Ed Herendeen is the director of Miss Golden Dreams. Herendeen is the CATF founder, with this year being its tenth anniversary. Richard Dresser titles the fourth play Something In the Air. The latter two productions are in the Creative Arts Center Theater. Helping with the CATF, I have met so many nice people coming from all over the area, and I had a de- lightful chat with a couple from Florida who visit each year and they spoke of the quaintness of Shepherdstown and all it offers. I encourage others who want to en- joy a night out to contact the Shep- herd College box office for tickets. You can go on the Web at for more information about the four plays and how to ob- tain tickets. Fire Department Carnival This week marks the annual Shepherdstown Fire Department's annual carnival, with something for everyone. One of the highlights is the spectacular fireworks dis- play on Friday, July 14. Come out for the annual bake sale, with local homemakers donating their prized baked goods. Last year the award- winning cake fetched $1,000 - yes, I said $1,000! All proceeds are do- nations to the fire department. You can enjoy a silent auction, bingo, rides, games, etc. There is some- thing for everyone. See you there Facts When you take a lick off a drip- ping ice cream cone, did you ever think of when the cone was in- vented? Well, I found out that it was on July 24, 1904 when the first cone was introduced. Beware of "cornscateous" air. What is that, you ask? It is humid and warm, suitable for growing corn or catching pneumonia. Those with asthma or other respiratory problems should especially be on the alert. Let me hear from you. That's all for this week Miscellaneous[ ;on Concert Events The Millbrook Orchestra Board Orchestra by Max Bruch. Ms. of Directors met recently to cel- Yoshida electrified Millbrook pa- ebrate a successful season of music trons with her performance two last year, and to plan the kickoffof years ago, and is being brought the orchestra's 22nd season, back by popular demand. Also on Maestro Leo Driehuys an- this program will be Pelleas et nounced the selections for the Melisande Suite, Op. 80by Gabriel orchestra's season, which includes Faure, and Symphony No. 3 in A four talented guest artists, m i n o r, O p. 5 6 b y F e 1 i x The season opens on September Mendelssohn. 23 at the Frank Creative Arts Cen- The final concert of the season ter in Shepherdstown with will be held on May 12 in Shep- Idomeneo Overture by Wolfgang herdstown. This. concert will fea- Amadeus Mozart and Symphony lure Concerto No. 5 in E fiat, for No. 8 in F major, Op. 93 by Ludwig Piano and Orchestra (Emperor van Beethoven. Guest soloist Ann Concerto) with Andrew Armstrong Schein will be featured in Piano as the piano soloist. Concerto No. 2 in F major, Op. 21 Officers for the season are by Frederick Chopin. Ms. Schein is Kristen Rowe, president; George currently an instructor at the Pea- Whalen, vice president; Kenneth body Conservatory of Music. Watson, secretary; and Rhoda For the November 4 concert, to Bryant, treasurer. Other board be held in Charles Town, Maestro members are Doug Alexander, Ann Driehuys will lead the orchestra in Bambrick, Bill Eibert, Dr. Guy an all-Bach program. Featured so- Frank, Stephen Groh, Dolores loist Thomas Stacy will perform Lowe, John Midkiff, Dr. James Concerto in A major for Oboe Pantle, Cinda Perry, Patricia d'amore and orchestra. Mr. Stacy Perez, Christine Riviello, Dr. is currently the principal English Harry Spalt, Ann Wayt and Bobbi Horn player for the New York Phil- Williams. harmonic. Subscribe now! You.r season The orchestra will remain in ticket ensures you musical plea- Charles Town for the March 3 con- sure on a grand scale. Season cert, where violin soloist Ayako ticket prices are $90 for adults, $80 Yoshida will perform Concerto No. for seniors and $40 for students. 1 in G minor, Op. 26 for Violin and Individual concert ticket prices are Winner for the Beginner 3 BR, 1-1/2 BA on 1.74 acres in quiet village of Summit Point. Full Basement, new carpet, vinyl, appliances. Central Air. JF3262256. Ask for Carol Kablel Summit Point Road $125,000 Great Location All brick 3 BR, 2-1/2 Bath on 1 acre, full basement, partially finished w/separate quarters for rental or mother-in-law suite. 32x40 outbuilding w/heat/elec. HP/CAC, 2 fireplaces. JF3259926. Ask for Carol Kablel Leetown Pike, Charles Town $155,0OO Golf Course Estate 4 BR, 4 BA simply gorgeous Brick & Vinyl w/quality construction and finishes throughout. Hardwood floors, Breakfast NooldGourmet Kitchen adjacent to large family room w/fireplace. Elegant Formal LR & Dining Room. Ubrary/Office, Large Master BR/BA Suite. Gas Heat & HP/CAC. Full basement/deck & screened gazebo. 2-car garage. Must see! JF3242168. Ask for Carol Kable/ Locust Hill, Charles Town, WM $295,000 Jiffy Lube International, a subsidiary of Pennzoil/Quakerstate, now has employment opportunities available in our company-run stores. These are store level positions responsible for the operation of our service centers. LUBE TECHS (Starting Pay $8.00/hour) Perform various fluid maintenance services on vehicles such as oil changes, trans- mission fluid services, replace filters, lubricate vehicles, etc. COURTESY TECHS (Starting Pay $7.75/ hour) Perform services such as cleaning vehicle exterior windows, check wiper blades, inflate tires, vacuum vehicles, greet customers, and write up work orders. CASHIERS (Starting Pay $7.25/hour) This position works primarily on a point of sale system, receiving funds from customers and recording transactions, Benefits are available for full-time employees including an insurance package, vacation & holidays. If you are customer- oriented and looking for a change of pace to one of the fastest growing businesses today, apply at the following Jiffy Lube location: 509 E. Market Street Leesburg, Virginia DO YOU need your resume up- dated or completely reorga- nized? Don't let your first ira- pression be your last. Call Unique & Custom Resumes (877) 904-5219. 7/13/3tpd OWN A computer? Put it to 5/25/8t (Your A, COMPLETE SALES Specializing In Estate, Personal, Farm Equipment (No Sale too Big or We Sell the Earth and Call Us. We Come to Bunker Hill, W, Va. laD4] CPAs and a regional CPA firm with offices in Charles Town, WV is seeking Administrator/Personnel Director. responsible for management of 2 personnel functions of the Firm. have four-year degree in Human Business Administration with 5+ management experience, Salan with experience. Please mail Cox Nichols Hollida, CPAs and P.O. Box 610; Charles Town, Attn: David Darnell. Fax to (304) E-mail to MUSEUM OFFERS DEMO & WORKSH( FOR CHILDREN HAGERSTOWN - In lion with the Canine and Fanciers Exhibition, the ton County Museum of Finel offering "Drawing Your Demo & Workshop" by Eliz Prongas on Saturday, July 1[ 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Prongas will teach chi ages 10 through 15 the that will help them develop: portrait. Registration for this is required and a nominal plies. For more call the museum at Mrs. Pauline Ott 725-8678 Jane Kuhn was a Sunday lun- cheon guest of Martin and Kathy Viands, Chestnut Hill. Bill Oden was a Thursday evening dinner guest of the Donald Odens at Engle. Kenney and Cindy Dillow, Fox Glen, were Friday visitors with Mary Ann Jenkins. Dustin Lloyd, Leetown, was a weekend guest of his grandpar- ents, the Donald Painters. Mary Ann Jenkins was a recent visitor with Eleanor Wiley. Kenna Kay Banks visited Esther Oden at Engle on Wednes- day. Tammy Painter, Leetown, gave a birthday party for her daughter, Bethany, at the home of grandpar- ents Donald and Annie Painter on July 10. Shelva Utz, Catherine Shutts and Rachael Hudson were Tuesday visitors of the Merle Odens, Flow- ing Springs Road. $25, $22, and $11. All concerts are held on Satur- day at 8 p.m. The Frank Creative Arts Center is located on the cam- pus of Shepherd College. The Charles Town concerts will be held in the Wright Denny auditorium located on Congress Street in Charles Town. Please call the Millbrook Or- chestra office at 304-876-3170, or visit the website at for ticket information and maps to the concert locations. Millbrook Orchestra programs are funded in part by the West Vir- ginia Commission on the Arts. Yours truly, Pauline Ott, spent a week with my brother and sister- in-law, the Donald Odens, Engle, due to illness. Amber Oden was a recent visi- tor with her daughter, Mindy Bosley, Charles Town. Joyce Staubs and Mary Simmons were Friday visitors with Bill and Mary Dillow, Charles Town. Monday visitors with the Millard Otts were Martin and Kathy Viands, Amy Kuhn and Shelia Aguirre and Karina. Rev. Boyce was a Thursday visitor. Kenney Dillow, Fox Glen, was a Saturday visitor with his mother, Mary Ann Jenkins. Tammy Painter and Bethany, Leetown, were Saturday visitors with Tammy's parents, the Donald Painters. Mary Ann Jenkins was a Wednesday night guest with her daughter, Shelley Dodson. Faye See, Ranson, was a Friday visitor with the Millard Otts. Happy birthday wishes also go out this week to Cricket Cogle on July 5 and Ginny Bagent on July 7. Shelley Dodson, Jessica and Zachery, Crane's Lane Apartments, were Thursday visitors with Shelley's mother, Mary ann Jenkins. Philip Oden was a Sunday visi- tor with Pauline Ott and Donald and Esther Oden at Engle. Frankie Oden was a Monday visitor and Bill Oden visited Tuesday morn- ing. 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