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September 14, 2000

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, September 14, 2000 5 Bettie J. LaMotte 725-5523 certainly been a delight- and a fun-filled one as of people were out and of them were enjoy- activities. Of course, foot- has started and that lot of people, mostly the Alan Cobb stopped by on and him and the e heading down to the river canoes. With three of his a niece, I am sure Alan a lot of choice in the Wedding I were honored to be to witness the tra- double ring ceremony of and Billy Rinker at Hill Methodist Church in For those who may it, Valerie is the letter Blue Ridge Acres. and tiny letter car- TUESDAY NIGHT! was held at the and Valerie and her fami- it decorated beau- it is hard to real- the ballroom :~u~til you see the efforts of brides. Beige and lav- Valerie's colors and she of lavender, beige balloons all around, and light. It was simply did, of course, take a to put in our so everyone can see family and friends pre- food and it was quite The music at the reception good, and everyone danced away, including the bride The group was back ear- morning to finish waiting some time to announcement since I a very reliable source about to happen and now you that Dan and Heidi pleased to announce the and forthcoming mar- their daughter, Alissa, to An October wedding The ceremony and rill take place at Westview garden ceremony. I'Ieidi's sisters have been and it is now a work at the fur- operated by her aunt and Tim is a computer has purchased a town and the happy cou- Special Friday night special at Snack Bar will be taco all the usual taco trim- refried beans. It style. Ice cream sun- The cost will be adults, $3.00 for children 12. Club members and guests are invited. will also be available. Friday night special will 29, and if any of our can handle a special, a call so I can line it ~ur Snack Bar attendant, Club News September 16, the a covered dish supper racing game starting at This is the first time in a Years that the Club has this event. Everyone is their favorite dish. Will provide the meat, iced , mils, and other Saturday morning. The crew plans to prepare the pool for winter, as well as clean around the tennis court area. Please contact Frank Gosnell to let me know that you can spare an hour or so. The Club is also working on a cal- endar of events for the remainder of the year and if you have an idea, or would like to spearhead a project, please give me a call and we will get it on the calendar. We would like to get the calendar out to everyone in the next week or so. One additional event has already been added. Marcia Gosnell has agreed to spearhead a community sale and chicken barbecue on October 21. The sale will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The chicken barbecue will start at 11:00 a.m. and run until it is gone! Clay Horton is unable to cook this time, but will have his grill there. Marcia will need some help that day, so Featuring locally grown produce Sunday 9.30-1.00 [i i!i Behind the Town Library i 'J please give her a call to either sign up for sale or help with the barbecue. Civic News Lots of work has been done by the Civic Association and private con- tractors this past week. What a pleasure to drive in the entrance on the new blacktop. This and That I had a nice telephone visit with Theresa Ainsworth last week. We haven't seen too much of Theresa this summer and I suppose she may have felt a little bit guilty about not bringing me brownies all summer, so she baked us a big chocolate cake, which Cal and I thoroughly enjoyed MILLER COLLECTION AT MUSEUM HAGERSTOWN - An exhibi- tion of paintings from the Miller Collection will be on view in the Smith Gallery at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown from September 15 through December 3. During his lifetime, Baltimore art collector Dr. Albert R. Miller, Jr and his wife, Catherine, do- nated over 130 works of art by im- portant late nineteenth century and early twentieth century American and European artists to the museum. YCARWASH CIRCUS [11 Under a gf jb ] oSt THE WAY You REMEMBER CHARLES TOWN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15th SHOWTIMES 5:30 & 7:30 P.M. CIRCUS MIDWAY OPENS AT 4:30 P.M. FRONT FIELD OF THE CHARLES TOWN RACES ON ROUTE 340 TICKETS AT THE GATE ADULTS $8.00 CHILD $5.00 AMILY FUN AU. CLIP THIS AD TO Following the dinner, FREE ADMIT 2 FREE ':00 p.m the horse racing I begin. This is a fun night 1 t'~ LI I/I~iD EKI all the family can I OF GROUNDS 9:30 A.M. : lll-- JIXL,'i SEE THE ANIMALS '- I also be a work party on Auto Service Foreign, Cars, L T Trucks & Exhaust Systems Engine Repair, Oil Change & Rotor Tumed & Struts r Information Center Box 265 Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 ' Belts, Hoses and Transmissions Services Vans Tire Repair, Air Condition Service State Inspection (coming soon#) ASE Certified Technician Danny Lewis - 26 Years Exponence Owner:. Albert Ainsworth All repairs made by appointment Monday - Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. devouring. Yummy! ly since Kristen is leaning toward a ing to do some traveling, but premis- Theresa tells me that she has been career in the medical field, perhaps es she will be back real soon. quite busy working. She did get an in some area dealing with children. By the way, catching up on the opportunity to take a week offand go Theresa is dreading the day Kristen school children, Zachary Eaton tells to the beach at Wildwood, New goes off to college, but realizes that is me he loves school. That's one out of Jersey, with daughter Kristen and inevitable, many! other relatives. I saw Fran Hoffmann and Faith That's about it for this week. Hope It is hard to believe that Kristen is Cone enjoying lunch with Fran's to see most of our Club members a senior at the high school this year. sister-in-law and a friend in Charles Friday and Saturday night. Theresa is quite proud and especial- Town last week. Fran was prepar- Only Shadow (and Fluffy) know. FIRE COMPANY SEPTEMBER 19 ONLY Doors Open at 6:00 Early Bird Games 6:30 . Regular Bingo 7:00 ,! at Charles Town Races Doors open at 6:00 Early Bird Games 6:30 Regular Bingo 7:00 IIIIIIII ;;iiiii!! ~? :il :! ~ ~ii~ Buy a Complete Pair of Glasses* OR :: Complete Contact Lens Package And Get a Spare Pair of Glasses Standard Contemporary Fashion Contact Lens Frames Frames Frames with lenses Sing~ Vision dear p~astk Single Vismn clear plas~ Single Vis/on clear ptas~c in most prescriptions in most prescnptions in most pe~cdp~ons *First pair must be from $95.00 package. Choose free glasses from select packages. Ask Optician for details, Does not apply to prev,~us purchases or discounted insurance. Charles Town (Somerset Village) (304) 725-4828 Martinsburg (Foxcroft Ave.) 267-9911 of 10 6 P.M. w1 refreshm~ ts Member FDIC 111 E. Washington St. Charles Town, WV 25414 Full Service Bank