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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ~ATE - Thursday, Au ust 7, 2003 7 ,y Social News A. and Chad E. Nev., proudly ~the birth of their .~ Alvarez, 3e Medi- The baby girl grandparents are Alvarez, of Maternal grand- Sandra K. Tomko Ratliff. Bush, of / announce their son, Wylie at 9:23 a.m. July 1 Memorial The young man 9 ounces and long at birth. r Wade Bush, age 16 grandparents are Chades great-grand- Rearrell, Chades George. Ma- )arents are and .'ar and f and Laura Knott, of announce Sierra on July 24, at 'Medical Center. Wait- their sister were 1 1/2 and Alexis, grandparents are Shevock, Clear Paternal grandpar- Bernard Wayne and Shenandoah Junc- Town. ~ and Joseph announce the daughter, Mallory 5 Hospital. 7 pounds, 2 are Stacey, age 8 glandmother is Sue Paternal great- are Joe and Peggy Maternal are Wayne and Leetown. and Andrew of Shenandoah the birth of Teal, on at 1:06 a.m. in Hospital. weighed 6 19 1/4 'e birth. sister Carina, Nico, age 3. )arents are Petretta, Haq>- great-grand- Rooney, of and maternal Don and Doris Junc- of ~ou~ ar,-~nce Emib, Memo at 1:17 p.m. July r~l Hospital. 13 19 112 inches sister Rachael age 2 1/2, Irandparents are W~s. Ham- great-grand- Williams, Anne AIInutt, Maternal great- are Harvey and Ferry and Bonnie Harris, and Stephanie prou~y of their son, Cobum at 6:29 Memor~ Infant weighed 6 and was 20 are At- great-grand- parent is Lade, Johnson, Argyle, Tex. Matemal grandparents are Sherry and Loring Viands, Chades Town. Maternal great* grandmother is Betty Infinger, Charles Town. Heather Hough and Paul Fischbach, of Charles Town, an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Summer Nicole Fischbach at 2:57 p.m. June 24 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The infant weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. Paternal grandmother is Debbie Ftschbach, Charles Town. Maternal grandparents are Scott and Louann Hough, Charles Town. Maternal great-grandpar- ents are Laura Knotts, Ruby Hough and George Hough, Charles Town. Ashley Watkins and Adam Kimpel, of Charles Town an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Elyssa Marie at 6:03 p.m. June 17 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The infant weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches ~at~. Paternal grandparents are Donna and Frank Kimpel, Charles Town. Paternal great* grandparents are Gunver and Francis Kimpel and Ralph and Gloria G~. Maternal grandparents are Kimbedy and Michael Watkins, Chades Town. Maternal great* grandparents are Betty and Lonnie Watkins, Charles Town and Linda Murray, Harpers Ferry. Heather Michelle Galford and Eric Scott Ryan, of Harpers Ferry, announce the birth of their daugh- ter, Emileigtt Palge Ryan at 6:40 p.m. June 30 at Jefferson Memo- dal Hospital. The infant weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces and was 18 1/2 inches long at birth. Paternal grandparents are Lisa Gaff, Kearneysville and James Ryan, Sr., Harpers Ferry. Maternal grandparents are Marlene and Arthur Galford, Harpers Ferry. Priscilla Alden Rodd and Deane I_indsey Kem, of Shenan- doah Junction, announce the birth of their son, Loki Foster Lindsey Kern at 11:42 p.m. June 24 at Jefferson Memorial Hospi- tal The b~mt weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 22 inches long at birth. Patemal grandparents are Charles Kern and Montague Kern, Washington, D.C. Maternal grandparents are Thomas and JudHh Rodd, Omdeston. Charlie and Carrie Lamp, of Charles Town, prou(~ announce the birth of their daughter Allie Mackenzie May 12, 2003 at W'm- chester Medz~ Canter. The baby girl weighed 6 pounds, 11 Paternal grandparents are Doug and Sharon La~, Char~ Town. Maternal grandparan~ are Fred and Iva Lou Whittington, Harpers Ferry. Flag Dedication Family members of John "Bob" Rutherford dedicated an American Flag to Moose Lodge 948 on June 27 in Mr. Rutherford's memory. Charlotte Rutherford, above, right, his wife, presented the flag to Jim Flickinger, administrator for the Moose. Also present at the ceremony was Heather Fauble; Legion Auxiliary president, and Greg Dillow and Ronald Aronhart, of- ricers of the Moose, and a number of Mr. Rutherford's relatives. Mecklenburg CEOS Club The July meeting of the Mecklenburg CEOS Club was held at the home of Nancy Sarra. The hostess presented a meditation reading a poem "The Gift" and a Christmas prayer. Jean Scott discussed "Char- actor Counts" which is one of the goals of the Family Com- mittee. She stated that we must be accountable and must strengthen the moral values of the next generation. We need to incorporate the Six Pillars of Character-Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fair- ness, Caring and Citizenship in all that we do. Some of the things we need to incorporate are honesty, courage, loyalty, tolerance, consideration, self- control, open-mindedness, kindness, compassion, forgive- hess and cooperation. "Christmas in July" was presented by the hostess. She began her discussion by saying that as we age Christmas tradi- tions change and the older fam- ily members should be open to the ideas of the younger family members. Members shared family Christmas traditions. Making sugar cookies and decorating them has become a tradition of one family. There is a friendly competition within the family members. One mere: her stated that opening gifts on Christmas Eve and getting to- gether on Christmas Day is their family tradition. Another member shared that when her family lived in Colorado a tra- dition of their church was to take the Christ Child to a home and then the next night the group would tam the child to another home. 'I~wo members stated that attending ~ Eve ser- vice is a tradition. One stated that ~ are opened according to age. It was suggested that a Nativity scene be used that children can play with as the Bible story is read. Other ideas for traditions were making homemade giRs; making an or- nament of a picture of each child to hang on the tree; spon- soring a needy family; letting children help with cookies, picking out a live tree together, opentag home to those who are unable to get to their homes Open Wednesday-Sunday 11am-9pm 1270 Washing~.n Street Harpers FerEy/Bolivar 304.535.2582 www, anvilrestauf~ntcom listening to favorite carols and watching favorite movies with the family.An important aspect is to change with the times. During the business meet- ing Gretchen Weigel reported that 50 good units were col- lected at the Bloodmobile at the Shepherdstown Fire De- partment on June 26. Plans were made for the Bloodmobile to be held on August 25. Jean Scott, Nancy Sarra, Keitha LeMaster, Martha Rizzo and Gretchen Weigel will work; Nancy Sarra and Jean Scott will furnish juice and Yvonne Mills, Arvella Barr and Agnes Tabler will furnish cookies. A card of thanks was read from the Shepherdstown Day Care Center for the club's do- nation to the Walkathon. Gretchen Weigel walked. Members were reminded of the fair bake sale and of items needed by Energy Express. Several members will donate needed items. The August meeting will be at the home of Agnes Tabler and the lesson will be "Talking with Your Doctor." Couple To Wed August 23 Mr. and Mrs. Stearl I. Kimble, Mr. ,Jerry A. Shewbridge, Mr. Jerry A. Shewbridge, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hamilton announce the engagement of their daughter, Chastidy Sue Kimble-Shewbridge, to Mark Allen Bender, the son of Ms. Jeanne Bender, of Alabama, and Mr. Richard Bender, of Maryland. The couple will wed on Saturday, Au- gust 23. Chastidy is a 1995 graduate of Jefferson High School and is employed by Endless Summer RVs. Mark is a 1988 graduate of Jefferson High School and is self-employed by M&B Builders Country & Flag Topic For CEOS The Jefferson/Rippon CEOS Club met at the Extension Of- fice July 7. The subject of the meeting was "Our Country- Our Flag." For devotions, Hazel Spears used topics related to the flag: "The Flag is Many Things," and "Les We Forget." Joann Viands told the cor- rect ways to display the flag and how to dispose of it when it is faded and torn. She read some of its history, beginning with George Washington's first battle flag, carrying the Union Jack in its upper left hand cor- ner and the 13 red and white stripes until our present one with the 50 stars on a blue field representing the 50 states and the 13 stripes representing the 13 colonies. Mrs. Viands had a flag that had flown over our nation's capital in April 1987. It was presented to her by Mrs. Isabelle Albright of the Women's A~ary of the VFW in honor of her brother, who gave his life for our country in the Korean Conflict. Using this flag, Jennifer Snyder, a former Girl Scout, folded it while the meaning of each of the 12 folds represented was being read. A video, "Our Country," was viewed with many beautiful scenes from our land shown. When viewing the flag, we think of liberty, freedom and pride. The American flag has accompanied mankind on its greatest achievements. It flies at both poles, on the moon, and sits on top of Mount Everest. The next meeting for the club will be a work detail on August 4. Baby blankets are to be made to be given to new- borns at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. New members are welcome and can contact any club mem- ber or the extension office at Bardane. Members are encour- aged to bake cookies for the fair bake sale which is scheduled for the evenings of August 18 and 19. MARDI GRAS EVENT City Hospital and the Hospi- tal Foundation are bringing a little bit of New Orleans to Martinsburg on Friday, Sep- tember 5, as the Foundation hosts a Mardi Gras Celebration at the Purple Iris from 7-10 p.m. Tickets are $75 per couple, $40 per person. Entertainment, featuring a live Dixie Land band, and hors d'oeuvres, in- cluding a variety of Chef Dan's cajun specialties, are included in the ticket price. Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to purchase patient care equipment at City Hospital. For information on tickets or business sponsor opportuni- ties, contact the Hospital Foun- dation at 264-1223. RIZZOS CELEBRATE 39TH ANNIVERSARY Shepherdstown residents Bob and Martha Rizzo recently celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary. The couple wed July 18, 1964, in Beckley, W.Va., and both have retired from the Jefferson County school system after many years in the class- oom. The Rizzos are the parents of Robert, married to Kylie; Jeanna Marie, married to Ran Mancini; and Karen, married to Charles Hensell. The Rizzos have four grandchildren, George and Jack Mancini, Kai Rizzo, and Maggie Sue Hensell. Celebrations' were held lo- cally and in South Carolina and Ohio. The couple is appreciative of the family and friends who shared in this important cel- ebration. 5Hr:PHI=i DSTOWN *Shrimp Cocktail *Curried Crab Soup *Smoked Salmon *Smoked Seafood Plate ,Fresh Garden Salads *Live Maine Lobster ,Brook ?tout *Flak# Crab Cake *Sa/mon Napo/eon * The popular Surf& Tar[ Veal Steak, "Hunter Style":Pork Tenderloin oBreast of Chicken Ptinc~ss *Roasted VeaJ Chop .Rlet #imon Prime Rib of Beef *Diet and Vegetarian Dishes