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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, September 14, 2000 Wanted FLORIST DELIVERY Driver, knowledge of Jefferson County. Clean driving record. Over 18 years of age. Saturdays 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. and also holidays. Please call for an appointment. 304-725-7300. 9/14/1 t []TFIISTORIC Charles Town. 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA with Basement lo- cated in historic Charles Town. Available immediately $850.00 PART-TIME demon strators/pre- per month. No pets allowed, pare food samples at local super- Call Carol Kable at 304-728- market. 304-258-3745. 9/7/2tpd 7477, 9/14/11' AIDES NEEDED part-time for 1 BR. APT IN Charles Town. bef0re/after school program. Lo- $425/mo. + sec. dep. 540-955- cated inside Jeff. Co, Elem. 4222, 9/14/ltSchools. Split shift, 6:30-8:30 T BR APT. IN Chades Town. All a.m. and 3:30-6 p.m, Great job for utilities furnished. $450/mo. 725- grannies, too. Call Miss Irene's 4524 or 304-261- pd Clubhouse Kids at 264-1433 for IF YOU need financial assis- tance to spay or neuter your pets, please call Spay Today 728-8330. 7/20/if CROPLAND TO lease. HM. "Marry" Kable (304) 725. 2465. 2/13/tf FOUND: SPAYED Ionghaired gray and white female cat, about 2 years old. On old 340 across from Hillside Vet. Very affectionate. For information call 725-5036. 9/14/lt ATTENTION: GET Ready For the Holida' Earn tember 4, weighing in at 7 pounds, Mrs. Wallace Welsh 4.9 ounces and 19 3/4 inches long. 876-6845 The little girl's grandparents are Paul and Irene Robinson and The weather was beautiful thisRichard and Donna Jones, of Kear- past weekend, and the signs of an neysville. Great-grandparents are early fall are everywhere. Sitting Richard and Ellen Reinholt of on my back patio, I closed my eyes Kearneysville, and Ethel Jones of and listened to the sounds around Charles Town. me; the rustling of the leaves, the Anxious to become a babysitter tinkle of windchimes hanging in a is Kiana's Aunt Kimberly. tree, the katydids (locusts) clicking Celebrated Second Birthday away with sounds made by theirMaster Nicholas Hampshire wings. Then I heard an unusualturned two on September 6. He sound, and o my eyes a was treated to a community activities. Included were discussed including were making cards for the resi- 4-H Week, October 2-6; dents of the Veterans Affairs Cen- day on October 1 at the ter, filling stockings with toys for Methodist Church, the Salvation Army toy drive, Route 480 outside of Sh~ planting flowers, cleaning the stown, at 7 p.m.; officers' roadsides of litter as members of school will be held on the State of West Virginia Youth tober 3, 7 p.m. at Conservation Program, donating School, along with the 4-H to the animal shelter, bringing joy Association. Regular to local nursing homes. In addition, night will be on the 5th, they enjoyed guest speakers with club's annual fundraiser topics of conservation, photogra- Jefferson Orchards Apple phy, and a special visit by James on the 7th. The club will Staley, Jefferson County 4-H dogs, chili dogs, agent. The group enjoyed a tour of etc. Games will be the NCTC Training Center at children including a Shepherdstown, and in addition bean bag toss, basketball they enjoyed fun time by skating lollypop tree and others. and fun games. There I1 be a