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ANDOAH JUNCTION SON BIRTHDAY was held for Porter Way, Securi- his birthday ; friends, who includ- Mary Davis. Jamie Colunga, Joshua Zeigler, Jef- brother Joey. Amy Edwards. organized by big friend, Chris pin the tail on the and Simon says. The guests Chris received and his guests along with Mrs. Thompson. son of Preston Chris also en- four cousins from Melissa, T.J., plus his Aunt Utterback. SEE?  a dosed door led door, :qen... a closed door, HOLIDAYS ys, y, Coal my mother, Alice Katherine Iden, t enjoyed the beautiful weather. And, on after a delightful about a mile down R.D. Bailey Dam We stopped he were One duck was a ' feathers on his taft, duck, a red bumpy, resembled a I to the lake area. to Charles ) at the Green- on the iced and the little doll r favorite was dipped in chocolate covered Really delicious ! LAWRENCES ARE DOING FINE IN FLORIDA Had a nice long letter from Bud and Edie Lawrence, Mulberry, Fla., and formerly of Charles Town. They are residing in a retirement home down there. This year, they were spending Thanksgiving with friends in Florida. Edie sent me some nice recipes for cookies. Next is a great one. MASTER COOKIE MIX Keep on pantry shelf for making cookies in a hurry. 4 cups vegetable shortening, 2 cups sugar, 2 cups brown sugar, packed, 8  2 cups flour, 2 cups milk powder (dry milk ), 3  2 tablespoons baking powder, 2 teaspoons salt. In an extra large bowl combine and beat together shortening, sugar, and brown sugar until light and fluffy. Gradually add flour, milk powder. baking powder and salt, blending well with electric mixer. Mixture will resemble coarse meal. Put in an air- tight container. Label and store in a cool, dry place. Use within 8 to 10 weeks. Makes 18 cups cookie mix. CHOCOLATE CHIP BRICKLES fUsing the Master Cookie Mix 3 cups master cookie mix, 3 tables- peons packed brown sugar, I egg, 1  =, teaspoons vanilla. 1 package chocolate chips, I package almond brickte chips. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a large bowl combine master cookie mix, brown sugar, egg and vanilla till blended. Stir in chocolate pieces and almond brickle chips. Drop by teasp- oonsful on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake 9 to 11 minutes. Yields: 55 cookies. I I haven't tried this one yet but I will soon. ) Thanks, Edie, for the recipes. HAINES BROTHERS PLAY FOR THE CELTICS Herman and Willie Haines, Shenan- doah Junction, are members of the Harpers Ferry Midget League basket- ball team for the current season. Coaches for the teams are Dave Longerbeam, Sonnie Longerbeam, Mickey Johnson, and their coach is Butch Hall. Their first game is Tues- day, December 6. Team members range in age from 9 to 12. Both boys play for the Celtics. They are the sons of Barbara and Fuzz Haines. CHEERLEADERS AND PLAYERS RECEIVE FREE PHYSICALS Saturday was the day for the cheerleaders and players of Hai:pers Ferry Midget League basketball team to receive their free physical. The young cheerleader shown in the photo is being checked out by Dr. Earl Allara. Thanks to Dr. George Ken- nedy, Dr. R.E. Rickel, Jr., and Dr. Allara, all of Charles Town. who free- ly gave of their time and services to give free physicals to these youngsters. Now where else would this happen, but in Charles Town and Harpers Ferry? A nice gesture. THANK YOUr Thanks to all of you who have com- plimented my column, especially the RANSON Marly Lancaster Dial 725-4370 I hope your full of family, fun the day by at- at the Church. ' Lancaster, miss sounded a grand- Missy was the a Methodist, Asbury United had a chance to They are really their perfor- join the rest of the morn and dad's. and Daisy and Clarence delicious din- an honest to the Daisy is truly a great, she takes pity on another slice with a thing 'that I'm when she tile best parades Was which youth To Dinner President Gail the 1988-89 pro- 4-H Leader's when the group 6, 4-H to be made Office by prize. offices to be in- vice president; Secretary; and 4-H Leader's times each year of the county group came up with the idea, but my hat's off to you. I have to say that I was disappointed with Santa racing'own Washington Street. Missy decided that maybe Mrs. Claus needed him at home for some reason. The American Legion Auxiliary wishes to thank all you folks who helped make our annual rummage sale a success. A special thanks to Jo Anne Cruz, chairperson, Betty Lee HiUiard, Shirley Swab, Sally Johnson, Karla Glassford, and Tricia and Alicia Cruz. These Auxiliary members spent the entire day tending the stock, and manning the donut and sandwich table. While I'm speaking of the Legion, I want to remind you of the Chrmtmas Bazaar which St. Bartholomews Episcopal Church will he holding December 10th. They promise to have plenty of craft items and baked goods. The Legion Post is located at 225 W. Washington Street in Charles Town, so you folks come to town to do some Christmas shopping and he sure to stop by the Post Home and visit the good folks of St. Bartholomews. Molly Nobrega has been-busy decorating and getting ready for Christmas. In between banging green, wreaths and stringing tinsel she found time to entertain a housefull of guests for Thanksgiving. Friends who joined her were: Joe Canonico; Ann Rose; Marion Rhodes, Daniel Menear; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford; Mike Rose and canine children Maggie and Reggie. Did you folks hear about the chari- ty auction held recently in Hagerstown, Md. Originally Oliver Kastle and our own George Vickers were scheduled to he sold on the block however George has been struggling with the flu and had to bow out. Bob Mason graciously took his place, and I'm happy to announce these two Jef- ferson County residents brought the highest prices in the auction. I guess this just goes to show you that Jeffer- son County is not only a great place to live, but also has some of the best residents in the area. Hats off the merchants downtown. The new Christmas lights are a reali- ty, and they are extremely pretty, White lights have always been a favorite of mine, so I was well pleas- ed with their dhoice. r;RIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer  ADVOCATE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1988 25 Sue Fole X Dial 725-9334 WALNUT GROVE recipes. Send some recipes, I always have room for good ones. ! Note to Paul Jackson of Tuscawilla...no. cows who eat chocolate don't give chocolate milk. i Paul was as surprised as I to learn that cows eat chocolate...that it increases their butterfat and is cheaper food than corn. Keep reading, Paul NEW TEACHER AT PAGE---JACKSON Laura Keeton is a new second grade teacher at Page-Jackson. She earned 9. They love to travel. While husband, her Bachelor of Science degree from Bob, was in the Air Force, they lived Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. Her in- in Germany and Florida. They settl- terests include music and singing. She ed in West Virginia to be close to is married to Dr. Bob Keetnn and they "family and mountains". Welcome to have two children, Amy, 14, and Lare, . the Keetons. We're glad you are here. .m A-, .0.[ ,.P.0W.E.T Sei I i n 1 I. 00est Roofing ):"'::::::: ..... : - Hor00e Guttering ,,....c ...... ...,., CHARLES TOWN 13 ,,,,,,.m ,.  .... .,o,., SHEPHERDSTOWN Pa i n t i n g, etc. Rt. 340N Plaza  Rt. 45 & Cardinal Drive Charles Town, WV 25414 Shepherdstown, WV 25443 FREE ESTIMATES ! 304-725-1491 304-876-9323 1-800-252-51 1 7 40 offices serving Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and Washington, DC. (304) 725-1491 Oll Tl REAL ESTATE, INC OF WEST VIRGINIA Charles Town Plaza Charles Town, WV 25414 IBill Green, Princ;Dai Broker OPEN HOUSE Saturday & Sunday, December 3 & 4 ! :00 to 4:00 p.m. d: + MIOOL/=WAY - HIOOEN RIVER SUBDIVICdlON $110,1B00 HORSES, HORSES, HORSES Rambling Rancher Ready to expand with your grow- ing family. 11% acres more or less, fenced for horses. Separate apartment rental unit. Call 725-1491. RIVERVIEW m,000 JUST BEGINNINGt Then stop by this 2 BR, 2 BA co W cottage in mountain community on % -plus acre. Completely renovated. Private recreational area with river access. Cell 725-1491 / RANSON $116,900 ALL PLAY AND NO WORK Th's how you'll feel (:xt this spacious 3 BR duplex... A marvel of sun, light & space, Exquisite touches like skylights & cathedral ceilings in master bedroom & nice deck. Cell 725-1491. SHANNONDALE $72,000 THE RIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD at the right price! Choose your lot and have this 3 BR, 2 BA ranch style home built in the mountains with easy commute to VA and MD. Call 725.1491. Historical elegance on the Civil War battlefield at Harpers Ferry. Unique 80 year old a bedrooms, 3 MARTINSBURG INWOOD CAPON BRIDGE 1323 Old Courthouse Squmre P.O. Box !140 P.O. Drawer 10 Martinsburg, WV 25401 Inwood, WV 254211 Capon Bridge, WV 26711 304-263-0814 304-229-5834 304-856-3,121 I I Thinking about selling your home? / Check with us about the HMS Home Warranty Program. porches, slate roof solarium, and a carriage house, 3,400 square feet of living space on 1.57 acre, s ('/2 acre of this is a separate building lot). Asking $240,000 F  cd (304) 229-5834, .sk for t,.ie. Hostess: Loria Longerbeam-Headlee Directions: Rt. 340 N to Harpers Ferry, left at stoplight, left at Bolivar Heights, .7 mile to house, on left. Follow signs. Corner of Washington & Polk Harpers Ferry, WV (304)535.6363 Maddex Professional Center Route 45 W Shepherdstown, WV (304)876.2574 (304)267.5916 Judith L. Moore Broker Ruth Pritchard = Associate Broker, GRI % Dotty Flannery COUNTRY HERITAG Associate Broker ,11] ....... .fi00 Shannondale Mission Road & Lower Clubhouse Drive (304)725.7042 THREE COUNTRY ACRES $92,500 on the edge of Middle,ray are showcased W a stately early 18005 home Te 3 BR house s constructed of laster over log and features w+de p!ank flooring, Unrestqcted !and of this size is RARE HUGE RAMBLER S150,000 on 5 scenic acres with commanding views of coun- tryside. 3V baths, fully finished basement, double garage, all-brick by owner builder Located in South Berkeley County convenient to Winchester or Mar- tinsburg. OPPOSffE BLUE RIDGE OUTLET MALL Sl10,000 in Martinsburg, former doctor's office perfect for retail, beauty shoo. professional office space Solid, - easy access and plenty of parking. Dave Fidler 535.6981 Katy Fidler 535-6981 Ann Smith 725-8117 Stacy Perkins 725-5022 Betsy Pfltchard 725-3980 Cdcket Morgan 725-6670 Wands 725-4877: COLD HANDS -- WARM HEARTH $153,500 A fieldstone fireplace to bring seasonal warmth - 2000 sq ft., 3 BRs, 2Vz baths, hardwood floors on 5 protected acres only 15 minutes from Maryland and Virginia. Move in for Christmas! HIGH ON THE HILL $110,000 Overlooking Harpers Ferry is a 2..car garage with a 3 BR home that has an unobstructed view of the famous Harpers Ferry Gap and the mountains. Call for your appointment today. INVESTOR NEEDED $42,600 3 BR, 1 V= bath townhouse at Ramer Court in Mar- tinsburg. Rent should oarry. Stot building, fenced yard, adjacent to playground. Management available. ON TREE-LINED STREET $169,900 of genteel older homes in Shepherdstown, is this all-brick gem recently and tastefully updated to in- clude all the amenities of the 80s. 4 BR, 2V baths, screener porch, patio AND detached building for office or in-home business A real classic. i . L " HERITAGE SQUARE IN BOLIVAR Our beautiful 3-level brick townhomes are conven- iently located 3 minutes from the commuter train in Harpers Ferry. Choice of 3 or 2 bedroom models with 1 V= baths plus rough-in. Garage, heatpump w/air conditioning, deck and equipped kitchen add up to one of Jefferson County's best home values. Starting at $69,995. i 548,500 GREAT PRICE Great terms, great location for the commuter. Cozy up to the warmth of the woodstove heat in our ador- able 2 BR log cabin on wooded, landscaped acre Ideal second home with generous owner financing for qualified buyer. REMEMBER THE ANIMALS! Support the Animal WolMre SO|ety of Joffemon County Lois Martin 728.7173 Edna Unger+ 283-311 Jlkl LIWII 870-2796 Hunter Butts 283-8287 Pauia Miller 870-2206 JaY CIIne 283-1836 Yvonna Moran 87tl-2480 WMcla Euley 21rt.8103 Elizabeth Brown 870-4i0el Peggy Mertln 870-181 Nlncy WlJeon, GRI,CRB Pete Martin 876-6361 301.432-8118 Ucenaed k & Greater Hagerltown Multiple LlatlnQ Service=