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July 14, 1988

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 9 S fthe p.m. in of a son, I and Cin- Junction. The 2 ounces long. Maternal Vickers, George E. Vickers, grandparents and Winifred Williams, of the proud grand- Douglas Owen June 28 to Dana and Alexandria N. Md. Burston the birth of a Tuesday, Private N.S.W., who weigh- is the second and Dorothy Samuel Street, Lee Powell, of the birth of V Kay, on Monday, in Jefferson The newborn :' ounces at birth. parents born to , at 8:36 a.m. Hospital. The at 8 pounds, CLASS OF 1973 HOLDING REUNION The Jefferson High School Class of 1973 will hold its 15th reunion on Satur- day, September 3, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Berkeley County Izaak Walton Club. The cost is $10 per person or $20 per couple, which includes entertainment, snacks and liquid refreshment. Music will be provided by "Bogart". Dress is casual. Make checks payable to "Class of '73" and mail to Jenny Sue (Smith) Caling, 639 Garden Place, Charles ]'own, W.Va. 25414. For more information, call 725-5176 or 876-2947. RECITAL AT MUSEUM HAGERSTOWN--A varied musical program will be held at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts on Sunday, July 24 at 3 p.m. featuring oboist Carol Crittenden Smith, cellist Brian K. Smith and pianist John Ramaley. This is a free concert and open to the public. Among the selections will be "Con- carlo in C Minor for Oboe and Piano", "Sonata No. 6 in A Major", "Restful Woods, Up. 68, No. 5", "Solo pour Hautbois", and "Sicilienne, Op. 78". For further information on this event or other museum activities, call the museum staff at 301-739-5727. DOG SHOW SET The Shawnee Kennel Club and the Blue Ridge Dog Training Club will co- sponsor a dog show event featuring both conformation and obedience com- petition at Sherando Park near Stephens City, Va., Sunday, July 31. The public is invited to attend either as participants or as spectators. En- tries, which cost $4 per dog, will be taken beginning at 9 a.m. There is no charge for spectators. Judging begins at 11. Lunch will be available, and children are welcome. For more infor- mation, call 703-888-3289 or 703-933- 6340. 'DINOSAUR ART' COMPETITION SET Catoctin Mountain Zoo Park will host a free "Dinosaur Art" competi- tion August 15 to 21, the categories to include models, original drawings or paintings and colorings of dinosaurs. The picture for the coloring category is available upon request from the zoo. All entries must be received at the zoo, postmarked no later than August 6. The zoo is located 15 minutes north of Frederick, Md. For information or to request a photo for the coloring contest, call 301-271-7488. OPEN HOUSE SLATED AT HBC JULY 16 Hagerstown Business College, 1050 Crestwood Drive, in Hagerstown will hold an open house on Saturday, July 16, from 1 to 4 p.m., in celebration of 50 years of specializing in business education. Tours of the campus, including the dormitory, will be conducted. A slide presentation as well as demonstra- tions in court reporting, computer ap- plications and medical assisting pro- cedures will also be held. Refreshments will be served. In addition, the administration hopes the open house will serve to 'reunite many alumni of the school. Graduates of the Maryland Medical Secretarial School, the National Legal Secretarial School, as well as the Hagerstown Business College, are urg- ed to contact the college at 201-739-2670 for more information. SOFTBALL TOURNEY IN CLARKE COUNTY p Upcoming Events VOC-ED COUNCIL MEETING AUGUST 3 The West Virginia State Council on Vocational Education will hold its an- nnal state-wide public meeting on Vocational Education in West Virginia on Wednesday, August 3, Suite If and llI, the Charleston House Holiday Inn, 600 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Interested persons are invited to at- tend and discuss their concerns relative to vocational education's per- formance as a component in the West Virginia public school sytem. These comments and concerns will be transmitted to the West Virginia Board of Education and the U.S. Department of Education. Those unable to attend may direct comments in writing to the council at 1206 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Suite 211, Charleston, W.Va. 25301. CLEAN-UP DAY There will be a clean-up session at Morgan's Grove Park this Saturday, July 16, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. All of the members of friends of Morgan's Grove Park are asked to participate. CARIBBEAN FESTIVAL The Bluemont Concert series will present a Caribbean Festival featur- ing the popular Pan Masters Steel Or- chestra on Friday at 7:30 p.m. in downtown Winchester. A donation of $2 is requested. Pan Masters will also be performing this weekend at local nursing homes and hospitals as part of the Bluemont Concert Series Community Benefit Program. LEGISLATIVE-CONFAB AUGUST 3-4 The Quad State Legislative Con- ference will be held August 3 and 4 at the Ramada Convention Center, Route 40, east of Hagerstown, Md., it was an- nounced recently. This conference consists of legislators from Maryland, Penn- sylvania, West Virginia and Virginia and is nonpartisan. The purpose in meeting is to pro- mote regional cooperation and work to solve common problems. The areas along the 1-81 corridor have much in common and attention to those issues and concerns serves the best interests of the citizens. Although a closed meeting to the public, it is suggested that issues of common interest be forwarded to legislators by the constituents of those elected officials attending this conference. TENNIS TRIP TO SOVRAN CLASSIC The Frederick County Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a trip to the 1988 Sovran Bank Tennis Class at the new multi-million dollar Washington Tennis Center. The price for the trip is $55 per per- son, which includes transportation, driver/escort and Uckets to both after- noon and evening sessions of play. The van will leave Winchester at 10:20 a.m. and return at approximately ! a.m. Register by mail or in person at FCPRD, 9 Court Square, Winchester. The deadline is Wednesday, July 20. Space for the trip is limited so reserve tickets now. Dates for the trip are available from Tina Pinocci at 703-665-5678, PORCH CONCERT AT ASBURY U.M. Asbury United Methodist Church, North Charles Street, Charles Town will hold a porch concert Sunday, Ju- ly 176 at 6:30 p.m. Featured will be The Good News Gospel Singers from Mar- tinsburg. This quartet is led by Dr. Lee Jackson who is joined by three other men, to produce beautiful gospel har- mony. This will take place on the front lawn of Asbury, so bring a lawn chair or a blanket for the ground. In case of extreme heat or rain, the concert will be moved to the chruch sanctuary. A free will offering will be taken. IMMIGRATION LAW SEMINAR LOCALLY The law office of E.F. Blake and Associates of Bolivar-Harpers Ferry will sponsor a series of Saturday seminars concerning the Immigration Law. The seminar is designed for all businesses, farmers and orchardists, in fact, all employers who are required by the new law to fill out INS Form 1-9. The Saturday seminars with im- migration law specialists are arrang- ed at cost. Participants will be charg- ed $25.50 each or $45 for two people. More information on the seminars is available by calling the law office at 304-535-2266 or write to P.O. Box 306, Bolivar/Harpers Ferry, W.Va. 25425. HOSPITAL ARC BLOODMOBILE Jefferson Memorial Hospital and the local Red Cross are teaming up for an all-impartant blood drive July 27, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the hospitars third floor classroom. Blood supplies are running below normal, so please con- sider giving the gift of life. That's Wednesday, July 27, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. and Michael L. There will be a men's class C and D 8 are the HAVE OPENINGS softball tournament at the Clarke Life Insurance .-. for the kind of life insurance your Amanda N. Shenandoah College Day and County Parks near Berryville on family deserves and you cat, afford, day, July 2, Residential Soccer Camps still have August 6 and 7. n Memorial openings. The double-elimination tournament call J , weighed 7 Day camps number 2 (July 18-22), is open to the first 22 teams. An entry -" was 20inches number 3 (August 1,5), number 4 fee of $100 will he charged and balls "Rich" Durham  O (August 15-16) are still accepting ap- will be furnished. Trophies and awards New York Life Insurance llWl | :s are Mr. and plications. Day camps are from 9 a.m will he presented first place teams., and Annuity Corporation n, of Lawton, to 12 noon for ages 6 to 11. A special bus and individual trophies to second and L|berty & Mildred Streets f "q L ndparents are will transport campers to and from third place teams. This ment is Charles Town, W. Va. More than 1415 qm  years of lervJce White. Strasburg, Berryville and the Mar- being sponsored by Randy s Carpet IZO-'Z I I to pollcyholdecs. tinsburg areas. Men's Team. RICHARD S. DURHAM For a brochure, or additional infor- The deadline for entry is July 30. 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