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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, September 14, 2000 3 Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary St. 725-7742 News and Mrs. Cecil Ryman of New York, were Labor guests with Mr. and Hamilton of Hidden on Flowing Slbrings weekend visitors at home were Laurie on of Frederick, and Mr. Freddie Morrison and Taren and Alexis of Va. Rymans, with of Shepherdstown Morrison, went to the Butterbean Reunion" a great time with old e Dot Snyder 725-7769 Past week the mornings cold and felt more like than September. The t of the week began to feel : The rain has kept every- outside nice and noticed the leaves = trees are showing color? this is a sign of an early has been the most un- I have ever known. WV History of West Virginia by the legislature on 1863. is round, bordered in a rope design around the the bottom are the "Montani Semper "Mountaineers The large stone in strength. On the date the state was to the Union, June 20, stands on one side his axe, signifying On the other side is a his pick, signifying in- front of the rock are two at the of liberty, that freedom and liberty and will be maintained of arms. side of the seal is al- but there is a reverse =laurel leaves, a log factories and boats. is hardly ever seen. animal is the black is actually tinted with lives ~e primarily in the Mountain Region, but he r through 36 states One or two cubs, are born at a time, about eight ounces each. ~State flower is the rhodo- 'laurel." It was se- ~rt January 23, 1903 by a of both Houses of followed by a vote m of the public schools. The a shrub of the heath faro- large evergreen leaves pale pink or white with either red or Golden and Golden De- were first grown in Club Meeting ~Ummit Point CEOS Club Thursday evening, Sep- at the home of Jean and guests will :30 ).m. for a covered dish a covered dish and :evening of good food and to the CEOS who placed exhibits in County Fair in the the club. The club was the $25 for the club hay- exhibits. Members ex- were Claudia Shaffer, Wallis Anne Magaha News Callie Hale attended of Bill's cousin in on Thursday, Septem- Hales later visited with Jeanette Hale and Hale. 'with Hilda and Elwood on Wednesday, Septem- their grandson, J W. St. Thomas, Pa. with the Cheshires on August 7 was their Jennifer and Hus- Washington and chil- and William, of Ster- friends. The reunion is held every year for those who went to the Millville School. The Rymans had dinnerat the Charles Town Races on Friday night, and attended Sunday and Monday also. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Foster Kohne in Woodstock, Va on Monday morning and re- turned to Hudson on Tuesday, with lots of happy memories of West Virginia. Three of our family members, Jack, Brenda and Emily Hooper, spent Labor Day weekend in Cum- berland, Md with their good friends Dannny and Bronwyn and friend, Jennifer Custer, Chris- tine and Roy Vernon and Wallis Anne Magaha and Dot Snyder of Ranson. Along with the lovely din- ner, Mrs. Vernon was presented with a beautiful birthday cake with candles, a flower arrange- ment and other gifts. An enjoyable evening was spent relating stories of past years. Recipe Easy Apple Cobbler Melt 1 stick margarine in a 9xl3x2-inch pan. Peel enough apples for pan and mix with 1 cup sugar, 1 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 tablespoon flour and 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg. In a bowl mix 2 cups flour, 2 cups milk, 2 teaspoons baking pow- der, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1 tea- spoon vanilla. Stir well and pour over fruit. Sprinkle sugar on top. Bake at 375" for 40-45 minutes. This recipe can be halved for a smaller pan, and peaches can be used instead of apples. Creamy Fruit Salad Beat.1 pkg. cream cheese (12 oz.), with 1 tablespoon liquid from mandarin oranges until creamy. Add 1 can mandarin oranges, drained, 1 can pineapple tidbits, drained, and 1 cup miniature marshmallows. Combine gently but thoroughly. Lightly fold in 1/3 cup halved, drained maraschino cherries. Chill. Serve on lettuce or in small in- dividual dishes. Davis and their daughters Chelsea'and Sophie. They re- turned home Sunday evening. In Town Now making his home in Florida, Dr. Charles Cunningham visited for several days at the home of Kay and Jack Akers on South Mildred Street. While here, Charlie attended the Homecoming Service at Zion Episcopal Church, on Sunday, September 10, and saw many old friends. Would You Qualify? Job Description: Longterm team players needed for challeng- ing permanent work in an often chaotic environment. 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MARTINgBURG ~trthday Celebration 300 West Burke Street, Suite A ;~h:!. aY evening, September 9, 263-61 24 !:!~d Nick Snyder celebrated +~ birthday of Nick's aunt, O(tk~ Also In: Vernon, with a dinner; Harris'onburg, Winchester &'Staunton ~t~sent were the Snyders evin, Natalie and Eric Serving Virginia & West Virginia halved; 1 can (16 oz.) whole cran- berry sauce; 1 envelope dry onion soup mix; 1 bottle (8 oz.) Kraft Catalina salad dressing. (Hey, Sharon, my recipe actually called for Catalina!) Place chicken pieces in shallow pan to accommodate them in a single layer. Mix cranberry sauce, soup mix and salad; pour over chicken. Cover and chiit overnight. Un- cover, stir a little, then bake, un- covered, at 350" for 1 hour. Makes 6 servings. Birthdays and Anniversaries Dear readers: I have lost my calendar with some September birthdays on it (I have several) but I found a 1993 calendar with some of the birthdays listed. However, the list grows from year to year so if I don't name your special day, please call and set the record straight! A belated and apologetic happy birthday to: Paul Cassell on Sep- tember 1; Jeannie Hawkins on September 5; Elizabeth Ennis and Margy Tarrant on September 8; Dottle Gilwald on September 9; and Bob Kershner on September 11. Now, happy birthday to: Karen Hardy, Michael Kaiser and Ramsey Noble on September 15; Ron Garza and Dale Manuel on September 16; Kimberly Burke, Steven Conrad, Laura Keeton, Suzanna Moler and Brandon Reed on September 17; Mary Ellen Clipp, Cynthia Snyder, Jan Strider and Peggy Turner on Sep- tember 18; Claire Ammerman, Megan Burgess, Andrew Noland and Chuck Workman on Septem- ber 19; Janie Dailey, Sarah Man- uel, Tyler Myatt and Cynthia Schnably on September 20; Jenna Caling, Ernie Benner, John Holliday, Patricia Stine, and Stephanie Waldron on September 21. 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