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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 28, 2005 5 Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary Street 725-7742 Market information. Vegetable Salad a Farmer's Mar- Dinner Dance and Auc- 2 (16 oz.)cans French Style in our area. It is lo- tion green beans; 1(16oz.) can shoe e front of BB&T Bank, The Animal Welfare Soci- peg white corn; 1(16 oz.) can Road(next to ety is having a dinner dance, small early peas; 4 ribs cel- and operates ev- auction and a "Barkitecture" ery, sliced; 4 to 5 green onions, from 4 to 7 p.m. auction to benefit the society sliced; 1 small jar chopped pi- aow 8 vendors, withon Friday, August 26 at the mentos. Put together in bowl. of more each week. Clarion Inn and Conference Dressing: Heat in pan un- fruits and veg- Center in Shepherdstown. til dissolved: cup oil; 1 cup is homemade salsa Dinner begins at 6:30 andvinegar(white or cider); 3/4ths Jefferson Coun- dancing is from 9 to mid-cup sugar. When done, pour and beef, flowers night, to the music of Cazh- over veggies. fresh herbs farmer's miere. Emily is Thirteen! and an- Barkitecture is one-of- It is very hard to under- milk. Also, local corn a-kind dog and cat dream stand that our very special lit- are in. houses designed and built by tle granddaughter is now in her shoppers arrived local architects and builders, teens. Where did the years go? opening of the to be auctioned off. Well, Emily thinks it's great, market was a busy Tickets are $50 for one and so ditto for us. She is the same $90 for two. Call 304-725- sweet, kind, bubbly, smart, if, as it 1706 or for beautiful person we've known space, the tickets and reservations. For for all these years. We are truly came to Charles more information or to learn thankful for this heavenly gift a larger base how your business can be a to our family. would be sponsor, visit the AWS web- What does a thirteen-year- to help them re- site at, old do for her birthday? She Litter Question has a huge party with all of her forget the outdoor True or False: Wildflowers friends, of course. Saturday, July are open daily, such can actually deter litter. 23(one day after her real birth- Tudor Farm True. An area that is at-day) Emily, her family and lots tractive is much less likely to of friends enjoyed an afternoon hcally-grown time of become littered, of fun, games, hamburgers, hot The Recipe Corner dogs, cake and pony rides, to y Classes I have an excellent salad for celebrate another young wom- County Red Cross you today. It uses all canned an's entrance into the world of veggies(except the celeryteen. Happy 13th, EmilyHunt- are: Adult CPR, and onions) and is easy to er Hooper! CPR, Au- make. It also keeps for sever- Birthdays & Anniversaries August 29. al weeks in your refrigerator. Happy birthday to: Sam Cic- will be held Thanks to Peggy Neiberger, cone, Judy Hockman, Kar- County who served it to us at bridge el Kuyper and Cheryl Whar- 725-5015 for more last week. ton on July 25; Nancy Curry, A MODERN LOOK FOR THE CLASSIC WOMAN C 11 A R T E R i~ l) ~ 9 aUrely been hot and has been terrible. the month is over? My porch been beautiful and out of their petunias and they their long contain- are large, but to ripen or maybe anxious. court held County new court- 17, 1844-First edi- issued; July 10, population census and 1506 Town; July of Jefferson 1874-Comple- named Wash- July 10, )13-Elec- erec- River Bridge 27, 1968-New Building News Bill Hale left on Europe. Week in the Rhone in Paris and England. They 13. Peoria, Ill spent her sister and Anne and John Sue's mother, Dot 15, Richard and Peoria and Faith Tex flew in for visit and attend Jennifer Magaha on Sunday, and Nick were Mimi's and daugh- Tex. Lisa will vis- of July. State 4-H Camp is locat- aorth of Weston on before 1800, Col. of moved his 3 Jack- a log, two-sto- mill and a saw- father, Jonathan here until 1818. site of the 4- the home of Cum- the uncle of Them- Jackson, who lived aad was later to be Dot Snyder 725-7769 known as "Stonewall" Jack- son. Because of Stonewall, the site became a historical spot of interest. It was suggested as the site for a proposed 4-H youth leadership camp. A meeting was held May 15, 1921 at the Jackson's Mill by a large group of peo- ple. When the meeting end- ed, a plan had been made to construct a State 4-H camp. How It Began Travel anywhere in West Virginia and you will proba- bly see signs of the familiar 4-leaf clover. Lewis County built the first cottage. By 1930, the State 4-H Camp already had several cottages, swimming pool, roads, walkways, and the Mount Vernon dining hall, which was completed in 1926. More cottages, build- ings, picnic pavilions, live- stock barns and much more have been built over the years. It can be said that West Virginia played a part in founding 4-H nationally. In 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed the Marrill Act, which provided funding for an ag- ricultural college in each state through the sale of gov- ernment lands in WV. West Virginia University became West Virginia's "land grant" school in 1869. Teaching was the main function for about 20 years, but in 1887, Con- gress established agricultur- al research stations at each school through the passage of the Hatch Act. By 1911 enrollment had grown to more than 2,000 members in 4-H. By 1913 there were clubs in 30 coun- ties with an enrollment of about 5,000. There were 29 extension agents. The life of an extension agent was especially hard for women in those days. They had no cars and .th0y trav- eled by buggy or horseback. Most of the clubs were rural and with mud roads it took courage for the job. Extension agents worked more than 72 hours a week and visited 774 farms a year. They traveled more than 4,991 miles on those mud roads. William H. Kenrick, known as "Teepie" became the state agent in charge of boys clubs in 1913. He guided 4-H in WV for 24 years. He urged WV Uni- versity Extension Service to of- ficially adopt the name and em- blem of 4-H for its youth club work. Savory Tomato Salad Add 1 envelope plain gelatin to 1/2 cup water. Stir until soft- ened and add to 1 can tomato soup. Heat over low heat un- til gelatin is dissolved. Stir fre- quently. Combine 1 (3 oz) pkg. cream cheese and 1/2 cup salad dressing. Add 1/2 cup chopped celery, 1/4 cup chopped green pepper; and 1/4 cup chopped stuffed olives and 2 tablespoons chopped onion (optional). Add tomato mixture, stirring until well blended. Chill until firm. Barbecued Pork Chops Place 4 chops in a baking dish. Make a sauce of 1/4 cup ketchup; 1/4 cup water; 1 tea- spoon suet, 1 teaspoon pre- pared mustard and 1 table- spoon brown sugar. Bake 1 to 1 1/2 hours at 350 . Turn once when brown. Note: Please call me with your news. Area Student on Dean's List at WV Wesleyan Ellen Brosh, of Charles Town, was named to the Spring 2005 semester dean's list at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Stu- dents on the dean's list have achieved a 3.5 or higher grade point average for the semester while carrying a load of at least 12 semester hours. a friend or relative with a gift subscription! ot Jdtu on,-, t otate L: 210 N. Ge0 St Chartes Y0wn?J Sue Kuyper and Nickie Ru- ble on July 26; Polly Hocken- smith, Whitney Hough and John Porter Pringle on July 27; Bill Gavin, Margaret Neff, Ruth Quinn and Ashleigh Vo- gel on July 28; Dan Armstrong, Helen Jones, Austin Sharkady and Nicole Wheeler on July 29; Georgia Dubose, Sally Jack- son, Jeanne Polen, Jane Rob- erts, Michael Stevens, Moni- ca Thompson. and Anne Owen Wagman on July 30; Betty En- nis on July 31. Anniversary congratulations to: Jeremy and Sue Becker- Welts and Leon and Dot Sowers on July 26; Thomas and Paula LeBlanc on July 29; Jared and Emily Luteran on July 31. We want to name classy lady this Write your suggested name down, bring it to our shop with this ad and receive a 10% discount on your purchase! (The winning entry receives a $50 gift certificate) 180 HIGH STREET : OPEN 10-5 DAILY o HARPERS FERRY ," 304.535.1313 COMPLETE FAMIL Y PHARMACY-PRESCRIPTIONS ARE OUR SPECIALTY Serving Jefferson County Over 60 Years Paul R. 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