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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 28, 2005 N ::~i]iiii]ii~! : Pictured, from left are Rick Randall, Director of Engineering; Dave Kemp, Employee of Month; and John Sherwood, CEO. Class of 1955 Holds 50th Reunion Pictured in the Class of 1955 photo of Charles Town High School which celebrated their Reunion June 10, 2005 are, front row, from left, Herbert Furr, Jack Robinson, Darla Jea Pittinger, Tommy Thompson, Carleen 'Kelican' Mort, Jo Ann 'Magaha' Goladay, Donna Pat 'Coulter' Milbum, Sara Lee 'Moore' Bond, and Shirley 'Smallwood' Jones. Second row gerbeam' Leigh, Bertha 'Bowling' Kelican, Eldora 'Hannas' Brown, Gail 'Hindman' Mickey, 'DeLauter' Darlington, Elizabeth 'Grove' Lupton, Mary Ellen 'Ramey' Shanholtz, and Jerry row, Jane 'Jenkins' Burke, David Webb, Ann 'Bayer' Spickler, Frances 'Ware' Fravel, Cook. Back row, Gary Rutherford, Marge 'Skinner' Miller, Dr. Francis Daniel, Locke Dunn, Manning Kelley, Kenneth Ring, Glenn "Sonny" Maye, Bob Turner, Bob Nicely Kemp Named Hospital Employee of the Month Dave Kemp, Engineering/Maintenance Department, has been named the Employee of the Month at Jefferson Memorial Hospital announced John Sherwood~ Chief Executive Officer. "Commitment, positive attitude, and a willingness to help are only a few of the words that describe Dave," said Sherwood. "Dave is an excellent employee who is a great asset to our hospital." Sherwood added that Kemp was nominated by the Surgical Ser- vices Department. The nomination described Kemp as an employ- ee who shows that he cares not only for the organization but also for his fellow employees; someone who always has a smile on his face; and someone who is dedicated to follow-though, accuracy, creativity and timeliness. Other employees who were nominated include Paulette Keene, Housekeeping; Donnie I{ees, Respiratory; Suzanne Shackelford, Medical/Surgical; Dawn Stickman, Human Resources; Tammie Nicholson, Medical Surgical; Ranelle Finney, Medical Surgical; Brenda Tompkins, Medical Surgical; Brenda Hamby, Medical Sur- gical; Joyce Reese, Housekeeping; Nancy James, Respiratory. The July meeting of the Mecklenburg CEOS Club was held at the home of Keitha LeMaster with nine mem- bers present. The meeting was opened with the president lead- ing the members in the Pledge of Allegiance. Co-hostess Mar- tha Rizzo presented a medita- tion reading from Ideals "This Much I Need" by Douglas Mol- lock and "Gift Rapt" by Mattie Stepanek. The lesson, "Better Back Health," was presented by the hostess. She began her dis- cussion by stating that we use our back every minute of each day and that it is easier to pre- vent back pain than to find a cure. The back supports all of Amy and Robert Sullivan, of Shenandoah Junction, proudly announce the birth of their son, Philip Samuel, at 4:22 p.m. June 24, 2005 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. Welcoming their brother were Joshua, 17; Holly, 14; Kelly, 12; Caleb, 10; lan, 7; Luke, 5; and Elliott, 2. Paternal grandmother is Eu- genia Sullivan, Falls Church, Va. Maternal grandmother is Con- nie Campbell, Manassas, Va. Rachel Kennedy and Clyde Fisk, of Harpers Ferry, an- nounce the birth of their daugh- ter, Constance Claudia Fish, at 5:15 p.m. June 14, 2005 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces and was 19 inches long. Welcoming his sister was Jer- emiah Lee Kennedy, age 1. Paternal grandparents are Constance Fisk and David Matro, Dayton, Ohio; paternal great-grandparents were the late Thelma and Lynden Jack- son. Maternal grandparents are Carla Palmer and Elmer Kenne- dy, Springfield, Ohio; maternal Painter Reunion The Painter Family Reunion was held on Saturday, July 2 at Clearbrook, Va. The food was plentiful and delicious. Events included horseshoes, swimming, pad- dle boats, and family news up- dates. The event was hosted by Gene and Helen Painter, of Hostlers Read. Everyone had a good time and the day was en- joyed by all. Those in attendance included Linda Stickel, Thomas Stickel, Aaron Stickel, Helen Shifflett, Tina Rickard, Justine Rickard, Annie Rickard, Amelia Rick- ard, Dana Rickard, Brenda Rickard, CD Noakes, .Phyllis Noakes, Patricia Stickel, Mike Stickel, Jr Brittany Stickel, Shannon Stickel, Tim and Con- hie Painter, Megan Painter, Xavier Michael, David Paint- er, Kimberly Brown, Roger Painter, Shaun Painter, Ger- ald M. and Violet D. Jenkins, Cathy Zombro, Kristen Zom- bro, Eric Moreland, I~sie Ler- endu, Becky Lerendd, Jasmine Reeley, Jeff Dillow, Jamie Ler- endu, Tim Lerendu, BJ Brack- ett, Jonathan Grove, Larry M. Painter, Linda Painter, Linda Marie Painter, Mathew Paint- er, Larry Painter, Jr Brenda Painter, Jose Lopez and Chris Painter. great-grandparents are Cora and Joseph Copeland, Dayton, Ohio. Michelle and James Price, of Harpers Ferry, proudly an- nounce the birth of their daugh- ters, Savanna Grace and Syd- nie Lynn Price at 12:56 and 12:58 p.m. respectively on July 15, 2005 at Jefferson Memo- rial Hospital. Savanna weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces; Sydnie weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces. Welcoming their new sisters were Kambria, age 5 and Fay- the, age 3. Paternal grandparents are Harold and Norma Price, St. Charles, Me.; paternal great- grandmother is Violet Maddox, Hillsboro, Me. Maternal grand- parents are Randy and Cher- yl Richarson, St. Peters, Me.; maternal great-grandparents areMel and Wanda Bauer, Ins- brook, Me. Tracy Hicks and Todd Bent- ley, of Ranson, announce the birth of their daughter, Alexis Marie, at 8:42 p.m. July 10, 2005 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19 1/2 inches long. Welcoming his sister was Colin Hicks, age 2. Paternal grandparent is Jerry Bentley, Chades Town. Mater- nal gradmother is Joan Adams, Gainsbero, Va. Alison Kate and Harry Joe Painter, of Kearneysville, proudly announce the birth of their son, Rowan Lee Painter, at 7:56 a.m. July 7, 200-5 at Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces and was 21 inches long. Welcoming baby brother was Liam Painter, age 3. Paternal grandfather is Har- rison Lea Painter, Knoxville, Tenn.; paternal great-grand- parents are John and Tilde Harbor, Rose Hill, Va. and P. Painter, Kingsport, Tenn. Mater- nal grandparents are Marc and Joan Schwegman, Ft. Thomas, Ky.; maternal great-grandpar- ~ents are Dr. Marcellus Schweg- man, Ft. Thomas, Ky. and Paul Olszewski, Carnegie, Pa. Ashley Brooke Schaltenberg, of Charles Town, announces the birth of her son, Craig Addison Schaltenberg at 8:28 p.m. June 14, 2005 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Charles and Denise Schalten- berg, Robert Thompson, and the late Denise Thompson. Ma- ternal great-grandparents are Connie Seymore and Glenn Seyrnore. / Apirl N. Bowers and Paul A. Freese, of Bunker Hill, an- nounce the birth of their daugh- ter Malia Nicole Freese at 2:41 Smoked Salmon Terrine Rye Encrusted Sea Bavarian Sausage Sampler . Famous Crab Cakes *Tuna and Salmon Tartare Tournedos ofBeef *Curried Crab Soup 20oz Ribeye Steak Fried Local Tomatoes Salmon over Crab *Veal Steak. "Hunter S c" * Duck w/Foie Gras Ban .Breast of Chicken w/Pod Currants .Sauerbratcn .VgctarBn Stsuckl Lamb New York Strip the other parts of the body and helps us move efficiently. The back is a complicated system of bones, disks, muscles, liga- ments and nerves. The spinal column made up of 33 bones, vertebrae, make up the col- umn. Back problems which af- fect about 80% of adults at some time can be prevented. Back problems can cause oth- er problems such as limited mobility, jaw pain, diminished breathing capacity, poor nerve function, constipation, fatigue and can make one look older. Some of the causes of back problems are watching too much television, sitting at the computer too long, sedentary driving, gaining weight, stress- ful driving and not enough physical activity. The back has three natural curves-the neck, the upper back and the low- er back. She suggested the fol- lowing daily practices for bet- ter back health: good posture, deep breathing, ideal weight, 30-minutes of physical activi- ty each day, regular eye exams, comfortable low-heeled shoes, sleeping on a firm mattress, always being conscious of pos- ture, no smoking, and manag- p.m. June 21,2005 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 inches long at birth. Paternal grandmother is Charlene Freese, Jefferson, W. Va.; paternal great-grand- parents are James and Mary Fisher, Falling Waters. Mater- nal grandparents are Thomas and Cindy Bowers, Rohrersville, Md.; maternal great-grandpar- ents are Leon and Doris Bowers, Keedysville, Md. Tiffany Marshall and Steven Crouse, of Harpers Ferry, an- nounce the birth of their son, Brandon Mikael Crouse, at 1:36 p.m. June 22 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces and was 19 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Terry and Carol Crouse, Keedysville, Md.; paternal great-grandpareats are Mere- dith and Margerat Crouse, Jef- ferson, Md. Maternal grandpar- ents are Steve and Bonnie Mar- shall, Harpers Ferry; maternal great-grandparents are George and Beatrice Stream. SHEPHERDSTOWN -- ON THE POTOMAC -- ing the stress and tension. She suggested several tests for checking posture and re- viewed back-strengthening movements. She also suggest- ed some tips and tricks for do- ing daily tasks that can pre- vent back problems. They in- clude lifting, bending, sitting, bathing, kitchen, laundry, trav- eling and sleeping. She closed by having the group complete a crossword puzzle that dealt with the back. During the business meeting, Gretchen Weigel reported that the members donated 12 bags of "Found Objects" and a box of magazines to Energy Express. Gretchen attended the spring meeting and Agnes Tabler pro- dded coffee cake for the snack. Gretchen took her grandmoth- er's quilt, apron and lace for the heritage display. Gretchen reported that Vickers will be the son for the coming year. ness it was donation to the Day the possibility of: bags for the terbur~ In lieu of a eight members had lunch at the cle Grill and theS Washington Coun~ Museum. The August held at the Gregory. JoAnn serve as co-hostesS.' present the ing Diversity." All interested vited to attend Mecklenburg Specializing in Seafood Check out our Great summer setting for a wedding or cocktail party. 1270 Washington St. Harpers Ferry/Bolivar : i: i?~ i:~