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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, August 7, 2003 5 Tri-County 4-H Camp June 9 Through 13 Diversity" was for the 200:/ Tri- 4-H Camp at near Hedgesville gh 13. A total and 29 staff took part. enjoyed a variety including educa- recreation, and Camp plan- a week of life portsman- Cooperative living in setting. was hugely based on the enthu- e campers and a staff, which in- cott Friend, Janet Susan Wolfe, Pare Barren, Susie an Shade, Mike Frankenberry, Jim Russell, Amy Sencindiver, and Amy Hiett. Camp cooks included Gloria Walker, June Adams, Karen Bartgis, Dale Thomas, Catherine Creamer, and Sherry Chambers (kitchen as- sistant). Special events cooks were Bill McDonald, and Jim and Joyce Kees. Catherine Staley was camp secretary and Kym Cleaver and Tammy Ware were camp nurses. West Virginia State Volun- teer Camping assistants were Jennifer Shirey and Hannah Myers. WVU Extension staff were Judy Matlick and Cindy Smalley, while Larry Willingham was camp director. Tribal leaders included: Cherokee--Chief Diana Boyd, 1st Sag Ashley Portrey, and 2nd Sag Brigid McAteer; Delaware--Chief Jody Grantham, 1st Sag Melissa Mayhew, and 2nd Sag Casey Burke; Mingo--Chief Genevieve Byrne, 1st Sag Mychael Tiffany Blue, and 2nd Sag Jay Blue; Seneca--Chief Alyson Benton, 1st Sag Jennifer Custer, and 2nd Sag Jeremy Wilt; Big Foot--Chief Annette Bowers, Sagamore Autumne Frye. Awards were presented to Olivia Grantham, Head H; J.D. Smalley, Heart H; Jeff Weakley, Hand H; Jeremy Wilt, Health H. Chris Yohn was rec- ognized as the Spirit of Camp. Karen Lutman, of Summit Point Busy Bees 4-H Club, de- signed the camp theme. Memetal z Results Stern Panhandle Open tennis nt was held at School July 31 3. Local play- singles champion- )rs were Jennifer Hammond, Arthur Pekar, Brice Ryan Mumaw. in singles were Cara Vogler, alp, and Katelyn al overall team Big League were Lions 5-6, Tigers 5-7, and Bears 2- League standings 6-4, Cubs 6-5, 4-7 and their Big League in- rls) Christina Wildcats, 18-2; Lions, 11-5; Tigers, 10-6; Lnc, Lions, 10-7; Jays, 10- Wildcats, 9-2; Wildcats, 9-3; ,9-4; Cara 9-8; Stephanie 8-3. in the Big League Brown, Wildcats, Jones, Wildcats, Blue Jays, 12- Tigers, 10-6; Blue Jays~9:22i Wildcats; 9-4; Blue Jays, 9-10; Lions, 8-4; Brad 7-4; Nicholas 7-4. ,eague (girls): ~gs, 28-2; Hawks, 20-10; gs, 17-5; Cubs, 13-5; )n, Cubs, 12-21; Vikings, 11-6; Owls, 10-4; Hawks, 9-6; Cubs, 9-7; Tay- 8-2. (boys): Trey ar, Vikings, 17-7; Cubs, 16-11; Aus- Cubs, 13-8; Vikings, 12-7; Shane Marrone, Hawks, 11-10; Adam Crum, Owls, 10-1; Rob- err Brosh, Cubs, 10-5; Joshua Davis, Vikings, 10-5; Blake Pindell, Hawks, 10-6; Trenton Stemple, Owls, 9-4; Grant Davis, Owls, 9-4. Group Lessons Extra group lessons were held on July 30. Top hitters were Elizabeth Cuevas, Keegan Simmons, Cullen Irv- ing, and Will Wheatley. Singles Play Singles play was held July 29. Winners were Kristen Walp, Katelyn Mumaw, Brice Barker, and Ryan Mumaw. The last singles play of the summer will be August 8 at Jefferson High. Girls at 9:30 a.m. and boys at 12:30 p.m. Tournament Deadline The West Virginia U.S.T.A. Junior Grand Prix tournament is August 15-17. Entry dead- line is 5 p.m. on August 12. Contact Glenn Edwards at 725- 7929 for information. Awards Night Summer tennis awards night will be Tuesday, Septem- ber 2, at 6 p.m. at the park ten- nis pavilion (rain or shine). All Wildcats and Vikings, all Tigers and Hawks present for the playoffs, and all champions and runners-up in the trophy tournament must attend to re-. ceive their trophies. Junior Fail Girls Tennis The Jefferson Junior Tennis Program will offer a fall team for girls in grades 6, 7 and 8 this year. Contact Derby Hammond, director, at 728- 1094 to join. Pavilion Rentals Contact Peggy Turner at 725-5792 to rent a picnic pavil- ion at Jefferson Memorial Park through the month of October. The park is an agency of the Jefferson County United Way. Charles Town Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary St. 725-7742 A Note from Bette On July 26, former resident Bette Gault wrote to say she was a patient in the Quaker Heights Health Care Center in Ohio. She has had surgery on her foot and is awaiting an- other operation scheduled for August 26. Bette's surgeon, soft-spoken and kind, is internationally known and one of the top sur- geons in this country. Bette has great faith in his skills. She could also use our prayers for successful surgery and a speedy recovery. When recovered, Bette will make her home with her daughter and son-in-law Marsha and Steve Whitlock in Waynesville, Ohio. Notes and cards can be sent to Bette, c/o Marsha Whitlock, 9918 Sandy Run Drive, Waynesville, OH 45068. Give Blood The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the Independent Fire Company, Charles Town, today, Thursday, August 7, from noon to 6 p.m. All types of blood are needed, especially O-negative and O-positive. For more infor- mation call your local chapter or 1-800-732-0382. A Mark Twaifl Classic at OOH "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," Twain's most popular book, adapted for the stage by Charlotte Chorpenning, will be presented at the Old Opera House with a cast of 35 young actors, under the direction of Nicole Russell, with a large backstage crew. This is a Young Theatre production. Showtimes are: 8 p.m. on August 8 and 9 and 2:30 p.m. on August 9 and 10. Tickets are $10 adults, $5 for 18 and under, with assigned seating. Call for reservations at 725-4420 or 1-" 888-900-SHOW (7496). Staubs Reunion Brenda Staubs Hooper and daughter Emily attended the annual Staube Family Reunion on August 2. Held at Sam Michael's Park, there was great food as well as a clown, an egg toss, arts and crafts for children, horseshoes, an auction for tickets and more. As a dedication for all the Staubs who died in the past year, a balloon was released into the sky. This has become a yearly tradition at the reunion. Tomatoes Anyone? How are your tomato plants doing this summer? I am glad to say that I have tomatoes on all six of my plants. They are not huge but they look healthy and keep getting bigger every day. I hope to be picking a red one in the next two weeks. If you remember, my last year's crop was pitifully slim. I think I picked six edible toma- toes from 12 bushes. Ugh! I wrote that I was going to have soil samples from my garden tested to see what was needed to have healthy plants. Well, time went by this spring and I didn't take the samples for testing. Instead, A1 tilled and fertilized my small- est bed with vigor (and hope) and I planted the tomatoes with a prayer and some sweet talk. At first they looked puny and rather sad, but little by little, like Topsy, they grew big- ger. Mostly because Al watered and fertilized them faithfully and often. He is the reason we have green tomatoes on our bushes. Now...we wait... The Recipe Corner Speaking of tomatoes, we tried this recipe last Sunday, when we enjoyed a "just corn and tomato meal"-only good when fresh corn and tomatoes are available. I cook my corn on the cob in the microwave. Put 6 cleaned ears in a baking dish, add a little water, cover with plastic wrap, stick some slits in wrap- and cook for 15-20 minutes on high. Tender! Here's the simple tomato recipe: Simple Tomato Salad Alternate thin slices of Vadelia onion and fresh tomato slices on a plate. Top with crumbled (eta cheese. Add the following lower-fat vinaigrette balsamic dressing (or your own). 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar; 3/8 cup water; 3/8 cup olive oil; 1 packet Good Seasons Italian Dressing mix (I add a little sugar). Make ahead and refrig- erate for an hour if possible. Birthdays & Anniversaries Happy birthday to: Eliza- beth Buscher, Dan Conant, Brenda Moore, Brittany Moreland, Nancy Roth and Mildred Smith on August 8; Will Gavin, Marianne Lamb, Debra Lowe, Frances Vickers, and John Williams, Jr., on Au- gust 9; Jessica Cave and Kristen Heasley on August i0; Sarah Ayers, Marsha Ogburn, Natalie Parks and-Tammy Price on August 11; Nancy Bowers, Chris Bush, Chance Carter, Mary Lou Holt, Lois Melious, Jeannette Tabb, Bar- bara Vasquez and Ann Work- man on August 12; Donald King and Terry Smallwood on August 13; Joanne Christian, Josh Donley, Scottie Marcus, Joe Smith and Virginia Smith on August 14. Anniversary congratula- tions to: John and Louise Bower on August 10; Fred and Georgia Gessler and Walter and Doris Painter on August 11; Charles and Rebecca Custer and Patsy and Evelyn Grant on August 12; Gary and Anne Dungan (32 years) and Allan and Marsha Ogburn on August 14. JSB DIVIDEND ANNOUNCED Jefferson Security Bank President and Chairman of the Board, William E. Knode, Jr., announced a 6.6% increase in dividends to shareholders of record on June 16, 2003. The bank paid $.80 a share to more than 500 shareholders for the first half of 2003. This dividend is up from $.75 a share for the same period last year. Knode also reported "phe- nomenal growth with a very ac- ceptable capital/asset ratio." Jefferson Security's assets were $188,923,023 as of June 30, 2003. Fresh This Week atJ M_arket CORN, TOMATOES, APPLESAUCE APPLES, PEACHES, PLUMS ,i iii ii I II , Send a beautiful gift box of peaches I anywhere in the U.$. 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