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24 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, September 1, 2005 Curator of the Jefferson County Museum, Susan Collins, stands with Mr. Burwell Ware, who donated items from his ancestor to the museum. 2005 PONTIAC 2005 GMC 8/ue, 4 Or, FWO, irUKON SLT 4X4 AT,At, #8025 MSRP $19,~ SAVE OVER $3,500 NOW $1S,99S AT, AC, PS, PB, PW, #8222 2005 PONTIAC MSRP: GO- Sedan NOW $36,422" MSRP $22,440 SAVE OVER $4,100 2005 PONTIAC MONTANA VAN AT, AC, PS, MSRP $26,440 GMDISCOUNT .3,804 REBATE WAS SAVE OVER, 2 5BWCK LACROSSE CX White, 4 Or, FWO, 2005 YUKON XL MSRP $25,510 SAVE OVER $4,500 NOW $20,996" 2005 PONTIAC AT, AC, PS, PB, G6= GT Sedan MSRP Silver, 4 Dr, AT, ,~C, VG, PS, PB, #8082 SAVE OVER $4,600 NOW $21.799" NOW Reception Honors Flag Helpers A private reception was held in the Jefferson County Muse- um and the guest of honor was Mr. Burwell Ware, a life-long farmer in the Kabletown District of Jefferson County. The museum's famous Second National Confederate flag, known as the "Chew" flag, has recently undergone a process of conservation and re-mounting conducted by Textile Preser- vation Associates, Inc of Keedysville, Md. The purpose of the reception was to recognize a group of dedicated men and wom- en who had donated the funds necessary for the conservation project. The presence of Mr. Ware, and the association of his family with the "Chew" flag is an integral part of the flag's his- tory. The last color bearer of Chew's battery was a collateral an- cestor of Mr. Ware, Private Nimrod Anderson Ware, of Summit Point. In the waning months of the Civil War, "Nim" Ware was invalided out of the conflict, with unspecified wounds. Return- ing to his home, he took with him the cherished flag of Sutart's Horse Artillery and packed it away safely. Ultimately, Nimrod Ware succeeded in his ambition to become a doctor, achieving his diploma from the University of Maryland in 1868. He ap- plied for and secured a position as ship's surgeon on a steam- ship line, plying between Yokahama and Nagasaki, Japan. Sadly, Nimrod's life was brief, and in 1872, he died in Naga- saki at the age of 26. For nine years his few possessions were stored in the United States Consulate in Nagasaki. Finally, Nimrod's trunk was returned to America in 1881, sailing on the S.S. Richmond, and the family was notified that their rel- ative's personal effects were in Winchester, awaiting collec- tion. Hoping that these effects included the Horse Artillery flag, Colonel Chew offered to pay the shipping costs necessary to remove Nimrod's trunk from the depot. Among the items listed on the Consulate form signed for by John Fisher Ware was "one silk flag, Confederate Artillery." Other items signed for by John F. Ware, included a painted and decorated tin document case containing Nimrod Ware's medical diploma, an ivory napkin ring and the official ship- ping document complete with envelope. All of these items, to- gether with a photograph of Dr. Ware, have now been present- ed to the Jefferson County Museum, to be placed on display beneath the flag. The museum extends its heartfelt apprecia- tion to Mr. Burwell Ware for his generosity in donating these unique family treasures. 2005 PONTIAC 2005 ~)NTIAC 2005 2005 PONTIAC VIBE VlBE VIBE SUNRRE F~,AT,~, PS, I~, ~flty W~ #8~1 AM),AT, AC, P& ~, Utility Wag~ #8216 III~P $19r~18 NOW NOW NOW SAVE $17,800' $17,996' 2005 PONTIAC WMIAm for 6O mo. w/o $1000 rebate 2005 2005 BUICK 2005 BUICK 2005 BUICK CXS LACROSSE LACROSSE AT, E,P& PS, PW,~211 AT, AC, PS, PB, PW,~153 AT,~, PS, PG, PW,~197 MSRP $24970 MSRP $33,725 MSRP NOW $25,9W)* SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE 14 6gC $1EB ~, ~!'~ ,i ~'~i ~idii!idiii!i!~iU~ '04POHflAC 4](4 Cab gdi ygq FWg UtilityWqon - HONTAHAVAH 12 otns latlol~,~lW, Til 15, #1171A '02 GMC ENVOY if. 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The record high tempera- ture for today is 101 set in 1932. The record low is 42 set in 1967. Friday, skies will remain mostly sunny with a high temperature of 84 . Dat Hi Lo Monday 85 62 86/62 0.00" Tuesday 82 55 85/62 0.00" Wednesday 82 60 85/62 0.00" Thursday 83 50 85/61 0.00" Friday 76 56 85/61 0.00" Saturday 70 63 85/61 0.28" Sunday 85 66 84/61 0.12" Rainfall 0.40"Average temp 69.6 Normal rainfall . .0.77" Average normal 73.2 Departure -0.37" Departure -3.6 83/58 85/62 Sept. 1, 1988 produced heavy rain Upper Mississippi Minn. was drenched three inches of rain hours and pelted The heavy rain flooded and basements, and sure that resulted covers off manholes. Sept. 2, 1985 -After residents along the Mexico for two Hurricane Elena ashore at Biloxi, hurricane, packing 127 mph, caused more billion dollars damage. ". ' : TUESDAY Partly' Cloudy New High: 81 Low: 57 9/3 ,% WEDNESDAY Partly Cloudy First High: 80 Low: 56 9/11 Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Thursday 6:40 a.m.7:42 p.m.4:19 a.m.7:06 p.m. Friday 6:41 a.m.7:41 p.m.5:21 a.m.7:30 p.m. Saturday 6:42 a.m.7:39 p.m.6:22 a.m.7:52 p.m. Sunday 6:42 a.m.7:37 p.m.7:22 a.m.8:12 p.m. JVIonday 6:43 a.m.7:36 p.m.8:23 a.m.8:33 p.m. Tuesday 6:44 a.m.7:34 p.m.9:24 a.m.8:54 p.m. Wednesday 6:45 a.m.7:33 p.m.10:27 a.m. 9:17 p.m. Last 9/25 Rise Mercury 5:24 a.m. Venus 9:56 a.m. Mars 10:38 Jupiter 9:56 a.m. Saturn 3:53 am = Uranus 7:36 p.m. 9:1! 6:1 Local LIV Index I11213141516r ; 91101 What does the scale measure? The Northeast will see partly cloudy skies today, mostly clear skies Friday and Saturday, with the area's highest temperature of 89,found in Baltimore, Md. The Southeast will see mostly clear skies today through Saturday, with the area's highest temperature of 96,found in Greenville, Miss. The Northwest mostly clear skies today through Saturday, with the area's highest temperature of 92 , City, Mont. The Southwest will see mostly clear skies today through Saturday, highest temperature of 109,found in Blythe, Calif. UV Index . . 0-2: Minimal, 3-4: Low, will see Answer: Windvelocity. 5L6: Moderate, 7-9: High found in Miles 10+: Very High Exposure with the area's 2005, - I have long been suspicious of a connection between a small town in West Texas and a bright star which can be seen nearly overhead in the late sky. They are both called Vega. Brilliant, white Vega, the star, is close to the Earth, only 26 light years distant. It is used as a reference star for and as a reference for stellar brightness. Its magnitude is precisely 0.0. A ring of dust veils this luminary, and astronomers believe that planets may b ing there. Vega "starred" in the well-crafted, 1997 science fiction thriller, "Contact," as the origin of the alien message transmission. I believe guised in human form, are actually living amongst us in Vega, Texas. The evidence seems to be overwhelming. Last year, billboards along 1-40 with reco creatures announced that Vegans were welcoming tourists. These same signs were absent this year. Unfortunately, I failed to take pictures. But this year I did ter. I ventured into their town. It was noon and no one was in sight. Suddenly, four Vegans disguised as male teenagers appeared in a red Ford pickup. "Clever," But they acted strangely. They waved and smiled sincerely before they sped down a bumpy range road. "Cows," I thought, "They must be after cows." But there i Returning home, I told my wife I wanted to stay overnight in Vega. We saw signs for the Vega Best or Bates Western Motel. We were driving too fast too She said, "NO--Too Deserted"! So we passed the town with its single humongous grain elevator. Fifteen miles down the road at the Wildorado exit. my Saturn denly died. Saturn of Amarillo said it was a short in the computer wiring system, but I knew better. The Vegans had done it. Pictures online! www.astronomy.