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Bir&apos;ths James B. Crawford, . are the parents labeth Adelaide Mar- 15, at weighed in at was 20 inches are Mr. and Green- grandmother Sarasota, are pro- birth of their se- BreAnn Alise, who , at Wm- Center, 2 ounces and long. Waiting at now 2'2. are John Maxine Diehl, l grand- and Marge Town. and James Landis are the horn at 5:57 p.m. Hospital. The t 7 pounds, 19 inches in sister, Heather William Ann Gibbs, of great- Jenkins, of (Gibbs) Va.; maternal Lee, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Blake Cook, of Harpers Ferry, announce the birth of a son, Manzie Blake, on Sunday, November 13, at 6:15 p.m. in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little man tip- ped the scales at 10 pounds, 2% ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Hill, residents of Shenandoah Junction, are the proud parents of a son, Joseph Allen, bern on Monday, November 14, at 4:31 p.m. in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Joseph Allen weighed 6 pounds, "814 OUnCes at birth. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Glenn Whit- tington, of Kearneysville, are the parents of a baby girl, Brittany Nicole, born to them on Wednesday, November 16, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little lady tipped the scales at 6 pounds, 82 ounces. Lora Ann and Douglas Morris Gaither, of Charles Town, are the parents of a son, Justin Douglas, born on Friday, November 18, at 12:20 p.m. in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The little fellow weighed 7 pounds, a.4 ounce, and was 193.4 inches long. He has a big brother, Terry Gene, Jr., age 4, at home. Paternal grandparents are George E. and Agnes M. Gaither, of Mar- tinsburg; paternal great-grandfather is Charles H. Domer, of Martinsburg; and maternal grandparents are Charles R. and Katie S. Painter, of Kearneysville. GIVE THE UNITED WAY MAN FRAMING 725-2441 Picture Framing ads of Art & Needlecraft irlle, Even!ng and End Appo,ntments of te _ DWOVEN COTTON throws/Table Cloths $39 00iddleberger's W. Washington St. Charles Town 725-2624 .'t ore ALITY OF LIFE PROGRA Vi! ' fgiilenrge n t P r TJ:S; isnti! rsnOUean NDjteer!tlOnce do the your overall health by combining natural dietary supplements with high fiber, low cholesterol, low fat recipes. signed to exer- of your body upper onal You  and firm lg away ng or al exercise, a leaves you ergized, breath. The Slender You  program combines a special regimen of daily dietary supplements with our exclusive recipe program that gives you the opportunity to eat three properly balanced meals per day. Enjoy delicious, easy-to-prepare foods like chicken, steak, vegetables, fruits, salads, seafoods -even desserts. of Charla Tow,, T vmap s 728-8175 O lqJ, Slender You. Inc. Get yoar Girt C4tlflcat now. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1988 9 Social News o Masterworks ] P.E.O. Meet ," Special Program Holiday Sing I Is Conducted For Holiday Facts Mrs. Robert M. Steptoe gave a pro- gram entitled "Pages of Beauty" for "Merry Christmas West Virginia Chapter S. of the P.E.O. (Philan- Style" will be the theme for a program The Masterworks Chorale, directed thropic Education Organization) to be presented Monday, December 5, by Jay Stenger, professor of music at meeting on Saturday, November 12, at from 1: 30 to 3 p.m. at the Jefferson Shepherd College, will present its third the home of Mrs. A.R. Emmert, Jr. County Community Center on Route 9 annual "Christmas Masterpieces and Stressing the beauty of words as near Bardane. Miniatures" Monday, December 12, at they bring life to human communica- Jean Smith, West Virginia Depart- 8 p.m. in the theatre of the Frank Creative Arts Center at Shepherd College. Appearing with the chorale and soloists selected from it will be the Geneva Ringers, a bell choir of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church directed by Mrs. Raymond Frazier. Mrs. Frazier will also be organist for the concert. The Shepherd College Choir directed by Stephen Futrell, will also appear. This season's 80-voice chorale will perform a wide variety of familiar and beautiful music of the Yuletide. Por- tions of Handel's "Messiah" and Vivaldi's "Gloria" will represent the "Masterpieces" of the concert's title. Schubert's Ave Maria, "O Holy Night," and "Birthday of A King," as well as several other pieces, will feature chorale members in solos and duets with the rest of the ensemble to lend variety. The audience will be invited to join in singing several familiar carols and the chorale will sing some delightful, if less often heard, carols from the Ox- ford carol book. These will include "The Boar's Head Carol," "The Gloucestershire Wassail," "Torches," and others. The public is cordially invited to at- tend and share in this evening of fine choral, handbell, and organ music as the Christmas season begins. tion, the speaker opened her program by defining beauty and then reading a number of poems and poetic passages of Scripture to illustrate the beauty of verbal communication. She read poems from the entire ex- panse of human history, from Homer to contemporary poets. These poems also covered a wide range of human emotions. She concluded with the General Thanksgiving from the Book of Common Prayer. The president, Mrs. Harold Lloyd, conducted the business meeting with the group voting to recommend two local women for loans from the Educa- tional Fund of the International Chapter of P.E.O. The courtesy and social chairman, Mrs. W. E. Henshaw, asked members to bring two dozen cookies to the December 10 meeting for a cookie exchange. Mrs. William Gavin, program chairman, announced the program for December would be "To Russia With Kaye", a travelogue by Mrs. Gerald Thompson and based on her recent trip to the Soviet Union. Prior to the meeting, the hostess, assisted by Mrs. John Eidsnoss, serv- ed refreshments. Mrs. Lottie Rheelen, who recently moved to Shepherdstown from Rocky Ford, Colo., was a guest at the meeting. DANCE! Friendship Fire Company December 3 I, 1988 MUSIC BY SYNDICATE of SOUND Call 535-6954 after 6 pm or see a member. NO TICKETS SOLD AT DOOR CoupleSZo.oo - Single SzS.oo 21 Years old or over Dress: Casual g You are invited to visit our Leetoua Studio..._. "  :.. Come oin..us, bring a friend to our z988 exhibit & sale Sycamore Pottle. Ren & Pam Parziale Paynes Ford Road Rt. 1, Box 38, Kearneysville, WV 25430 (304) 725-4251 Beautiful Functional Stoneware : Porcelain Hours 10-4 Other times by appointment ,," 0_) (ACROSS FROM JCPENNEY) : ..... I V, HOUDAY U  HOURS:  on.-Sat. 9-7  Sunday I 2-4 At Hoffman's we have gone out and found for you the latest in today s fashion with the quality and prices that will delight and give enjoyment. Featuring 34 showcases filled with jewelry with a taste for the classics. Confidently contemporary. A sure sense of style and value.  I " O 1 4K GOLD O WEDDING BANDS ott I EJRIRINOS'CHARMS. BRACELETS I "CLOCKS" PLUS, ANTIQUE & NEW MANTLE & WALL CLOCKS, ALL ATTRACTIVELY PRICED ALL ARE HEIRLOOM CLOCKS YOUR FAMILY WILL TREASURE FOR GENERATIONS (oll N m sly) OVER 25 YEARS IN REPAIR BUY YOUR CLOCI{ WHERE IBWIG COMB fllSlrl "WATCHES" All New SrJKo.l, uun.eELm POCKET WATCI.IEI Grandfather BEN'S umm;   wou Clocks WATCHES OF UNIURPAIIEO 30% ,ILOANCL AUTY. YALUE. off  u mco come w  SeE) CHRISTMAS LIST ITEMS PLEASINGLY PRICED LADIES & MEN'S 1 4K GOLD FILLED JEWELRY AT 20% g This Salel A NOTE OF WISDOM: WHEN YOU SEE AN AD FOR 50.80% OR MORE OFF, ASK YOURSELF.OFF OF WHAT 5PCIALIZINC IN laurelS. ,fB ' WATCNeCLOCK *JEWELRY 'TIL OBnTMAS merit o Agriculture home economist, will feature West Virginia agricultural products and their uses in her 1988 holi- day program. In addition to the display of pro- ducts, recipes and decorating ideas, Mrs. Smith will be demonstrating some recipes for use in holiday menus. Several local orchardists will also display holiday gift giving and decorating ideas using their products. There is no charge for this program and no registration is required. The program is sponsored by the Jefferson County Extension Office. Questions concerning the event may be directed to Judy Matlick, extension agent, at 728-7413. THE HOXTON AGENCY TRAVEL, INC. Air Rail. Cruise Car. 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