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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, December 4, 2003 VOLUME 138 Thanksgiving at C.W. Shipley The kindergarten class of Mrs. Heather Williams celebrated Thanksgiving with a play on No- vember 25. The play involved a description of the first Thanksgiving and the meaning of the day. Complete with a kindergartner dressed as a turkey and being chased by a girl dressed in a chef's hat and wielding a large paper spoon, the play included the following Pilgrims: Hannah Clem, Gabby Fraley, Emily Gross, Collin L.angevin, Tucker Menefee, Alexis Openshaw, Kyle Sidow, Noah Simmons, and Kendall Turney. The Native Americans were Ashlyn Courtney, Carter Davis, Emma Forrest, Ambika Khurana, Jarod Mazer, Savannah Ott, Hunter Palmer, Hannah Sborz, Ryan Simpson, and Shelbie Spencer. Local Firefighters Take Part in Training Top rated instructors were selected from a nationwide pool to instruct advanced classes at the National Fire Academy wKere approximately 200 firefighters from West Virginia assembled in Emmitsburg, Md., recently for a weekend of advanced firefighting and fire service management classes. "No doubt, countless lives will be saved and property losses reduced in West Virginia as a direct result of this training and education," said Ed Smith, fire chief from Independent Fire Company. Jefferson County Firefighters pictured in front of the National Memorial for Fallen Firefighters are, from left, Steve Goreman, Shepherdstown Fire Department, Scott Knill, Blue Ridge Fire Com- pany, Donald Longerbeam, Independent Fire Company, Wendy Bowman, Independent Fire Com- pany, Ross Morgan, Shepherdstown; Ed Smith-Independent; Robbie Festerman, Independent; Ed Hannon, Citizens Fire Company and Fred Collins, Shepherdstown. Hospital Launches Equipment Campaign Jefferson Memorial Hospi- tal lauched its annual ',Tradi- tion of Caring" fundraising campaign this week, marking the ninth year that the hospital has sponsored the effort, ac- cording to Director of Develop- ment Stephanie Diedericks. The annual direct marl cam- paign is a request for donations from area residents, businesses and organizations to fund spe- cific equipment needs for the hospital. The appeal for funds is out- lined in a brochure, along with a list of the hospital's equip- ment needs. Some of the equip- ment featured in this year's brochure includes stretchers for the emergency, medical, and diagnostic imaging depart- ments, plus a portable Ultra- sound Unit for the Home Health Department. The newly-renovated Obstetrics Department is in need of an ad- ditional Newborn Infant Warmer, while Rehabilitation needs a new Steel Frame Mat Table to be used during the exericse and rehabilitation of patients. "Our equipment needs for fiscal year 2004 total over $43,000/' Diedericks said. "As, a not-for-profit hospital, Jefferson Memorial must rely on the generosity of the com- mnnity to help offset the cost of these vital medical equipment purchases," sheadded. She em- phasized that all contributions are tax deductible. III I I I IIIII I IIIIII I IIIII II I III IIIIIII Xk 0t ]effets~ --. ~[~mtatt (USPS 5 |0-960) ESTABLISHED 1844 Published Weekly on Thursday by The Jefferson Publishing Company, Inc. 210 North George Street Charles Town, West Virginia Telephone: (304) 725-2046 Mail Address: P.O. Box 966 Periodicals paid at Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 Charles Town and additional Periodicals Postage Paid mailing offices Subscription Price To Jefferson Couqty addresses $23.00 (including tax) To all other West Virginia addresses $25.00 (including tax) To all other USA addres~s $26.00 (no tax required) , EDITOR & PUBLISHER Edward "Pat" Dockeney POSI'MASTER: Please send address change to The Spirit of Jefferson-Farmer's Advocate, P.O, Box 966, Charles Town, WV 25414. I IIIIIIII I Businesses or individuals have the option of funding a specific piece of equipment or contributing at various estab- lished amounts ranging from $50 to $500. "Any donation, no matter how large or small, will be greatly appreciated and con- sidered an investment in the future of our community's health care needs," said John Sherwood, chief executive of- ricer. Over the past eight cam- paigns, over $250,000 has been successfully raised for various equipment purchases. "The money that we have generated through this cam- paign has helped tremendously with our capital equipment purchases here at Jefferson Memorial," Diedericks said. "We appreciate the continued support that the hospita! re- ceives from individuals, busi- nesses and community organi- zations all year long and look forward to another successful campaign this year." For more information on be- ing part of Jefferson Memorial Hospital's "Tradition of Car- ing" campaign, call the Com- munity Relations and Develop- ment office at (304) 728-1690. i i PAGEANT ORIENTATION Orientation for the Miss Shenandoah and Miss Jeffer- son County Scholarship Pag- eants will take place this Saturday, December 6, at 10 a.m. at Wright Denny Interme- diate School in Charles Town. Girls ranging in age from 17 to 24 are eligible for the pageants. The pageants will take place February 28, 2004. For more in- formation, please call 535-2637 or 725-4138. i Property Andrew D. Pauley, et al, Harpers Ferry, to Richard Paute3; et al, $30,000. H&M Construction Co., Shepherdstown, to Zachary Homes, LLC., $115,000. Muriel F. Durst, Harpers Ferr3; to Nancy L. Hicks, et al. Cameron Run, LLC., Middlewa:~; to Zachary Homes, LLC.. $65,000. I.C.E. Properties, LLC., Ranson Corp., to West End Group of Investors, $2,500,000. Westfield Development, Kabletown, to Joseph P. Bennett, et al, $24,914. Huntfield, LC., Charles Town Corp., to Washington Homes WV., $540,000. Donald M. Braxton, Charles Town Corp., to James M. Cassidy, $124,900. Suzanne P. Griffin, et al, Harpers Ferry, to Gregory F. Vaughn, et al, $485,000. Mark A. Goodman, et al, Charles Town, to Kevin D. Henson, et al, $118,000. Arcadia Norborne-Glebe, LLC., Charles Town Corp., to Bright Alawuru, et al, $299,000. D.P. Carpentry Contracting, Charles Town, to Matthew T. Didio, $179,900. Christine D. Duvall, Bolivar Corp., to Andrea Demyan, $118,000. Jeffrey L. Hall, et al, Charles Town, to Donald D.L. Gillespie, etal, $172,000. Kimberly L. Meadows, et al, Ranson Corp., to Anthony E. Grant, et al, $220,000. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc., Shepherdstown, to Partillea Living Trust, $361,183. NVR, Inc., Charles Town, to Andrew C. Olejer, et al, $246,075. Thomas H. Ashbaugh, et al, Middleway, to New Hope New Beginnings Ministries, $73,000. Howard W. Speaks, Harpers Ferry, to Howard W. Speaks, et , al, $50,000. Robert E. Brown, Jr., et al, Harpers Ferry, to Robert L. Ritter, et al, $309,000. Edward T. Kelvington, et al, Charles Town, to Garland J. Hicks, $140,000. Nathan H. Wasser-Sub Yr., Harpers Ferry, to Canis Enter- prises, Inc., $100,000. Canis Enterprises, Inc., Harpers Ferry, to Douglas C. Grove, et al, $120,000. Scott A. Lockyear, Kable- town, to Geri H. White, et al, $225,000. Gary D. Englebretson, et al, Charles Town, to Roger A. Armstrong, $320,000. John T. Littleton, et al, Kabletown, to Lawrence K. Hixson, $231,000. NVR, Inc., Charles Town, to Mesmin Naonsonoun Meda, $275,890. Washington Homes, WV, Charles Town Corp., to Carlos O. Pena, et al, $384,564. Mario Grippe, et al, Charles Town, to Mitchell T. Haggard, et al, $299,900. Anna L. Wiggins, Middle- way, to Mary Wanda Lang, et al, $23,000. Patricia E. Gough, Middle- way, to Donald M. Woodward, et al, $170,000. Dan Ryan Builders-~Inc., Charles Town Corp., to Joshua Cenate, $135,927. Thomas R. Spaur, III, Kable- town, to Thomas L. Schwarz, et al, $97,000. Mark Alexander SmRh Homes, Kabletown, to ~ason Rosenbaum, et al, $268,464. Bernice P. Brown, Shep- herdstown, to Adam C. Brasto~; et al, $82,000. Advantage Homes, LLC., Charles Town, to Frederick A. Chopin, et al, $226,004. Shannondale, Inc., Kable- town, to Donald J. Orser, $15,000. Leslie A. Parsons, Jr., et al, Kabletown, to Victor Hendrix, et al, $186,900. Daniel Stocks, et al, Ranson Corp., to John I. Williams, et al, $108,000. Advantage Homes, LLC, Charles Town, to Gregory Scott Stimmel, et al, $238,232. Arcadia Norborne-Glebe, LLC., Charles Town Corp., to David G. Vernon, et al, $294,000. William E. Neal, et al, Kabletown, to Homer H. Francis, Jr., et al, $127,000. M.S. Enterprises, LLC., Ranson Corp., to Eric Swartz, $140,000. Estate of Jessie E. Kelley, Charles Town Corp., to Michael S. Collins, et al, $52,500. Marcus Enterprises, Ranson Corp., to Jorge Ayala, et al, $164,573. Jay H. Peterman, et al, Harpers Ferry, to Fred L. Farris, Jr., et al, $166,000. Carole A. Glotfelty, Charles Town Corp., to Robert D. Sheffer, $67,500. Estate of Janice L. Southerland-Waechter, et al, Middleway, to Lewis E. McIntyre, et al, $124,000. Lowell K. Crim, et al, Kable- town, to Dewey J. Huneycutt, III, $156,600. Theodore R. Byrd, et al, Shepherdstown Corp., to Peter A. Wilson, et al, $255,000. Calvin M. Manuel, et al, Bo- livar Corp., to Kent E. Krebeck, $115,000. Robert Harbaugh, et al, Bo- livar Corp., to Kent E. Krebeck, $225,000. JDM Locust Hill, LLC., Charles Town, to NVR, Inc., $62,500. Dan Ryan Builders, Inc., Harpers Ferry, to George C. Hoover, Jr., et al, $284,199. CRAFTS SHOW A unique arts and crafts show will be held at the Hilltop Hotel in Harpers Ferry on De- cember 6 and 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. This is in con- junction with Old Tyme Christ- mas. There will be a fine display of handmade gifts from local artisans. Gift purchases may be made for as little as $10. For more information, please call Terri at 725-0669. The average Cat has stronger teeth than the average human. @ MaJry E. Dick~m Ferry, to Laurence et all $48,000. Eastland Charles Town, to LLC., $100,000. Eastland Associatic Charles Town. to LLC., $100,000. Daniel W. Linto Charles Town, to al, $97,000. Larry P. Benton. to Paul A. $244,000. John K. Blalock, Harpers Ferry, to Mundt, et al, Jules F. Langlet Charles Town Corp., Porter, $37,500. Robert K. Ranson Corp., to Lanham, $60,000. Seven Springs, Town, to Andrew J. al, $45,000. Hagerstown Shepherdstown, to stown Specialty $485,OOO. Marla J. Rosier. to Joseph $299,O0O. Dan Ryan Charles Town Corp., Ann Hall, $170,320. DSH, LLC., William B. Daitch, $125,000. Jean H. Faber, et herdstown, to Jeffrey et al, $137,500. Anita R. Link Town, to Clifford $138,500. Yvette M. Mason, way, to Anita R. Link. Harpers Bolivar Toni Milboume 535-6851 December brings with it a bit cooler temperatures-but no sign of the white stuff as yet. (Rumor has it the forecasters are predicting possible flurries this weekend, but we won't be- lieve it 'til we see it.) Hopefully you all are gettin~ into the holiday spirit. Decora- tions are going up all around town and they look wonderful. Bob Stewart has turned on the lights on Washington Street and the show is more spectacu- lar than ever. Make sure you get the children out to view all of the lights. Santa Claus is Coming The word is out that Santa Claus will be visiting Friend- ship Fire Hall on Wednesday, December 17, at 7 p.m. All chil- dren are welcome to come have a photo taken with the old elf and to let him know what is on their Christmas list. Craft Show/Old Tyme Chrlstmes Remember to get out this weekend and check the bar- gains at the crat~ show being held at the Hilltop House. The annual craft show will begin at 9 a.m. GiRs for as little as $10 could be waiting for you. Journey into lower town to enjoy Christmas 1860s-style. Shops will be open and many special events are on the agenda. Town of Harpers Ferry Celebration The Corporation of Harpers Ferry will again host their an- nual Christmas Open House on Monday, December 22 from 12 noon to 3 p.m. All are invited to stop in, taste delicious items and meet the folks in offices. Bake Sale Friendship Fire will hold December 13 be a.m. Proceeds from the~ be donated to help youth to the Student~ in New Zealand. out and support this take home some for your holiday table. Birthdays Happy birthday out this week to Timmy and Tommy Kris Rodgers a~ Beckman. We hope yoti a great day. Final Notes Keep in prayer this who are away from ing this holiday as those right next prayers are needed thi~time of year, time to make it a A quick one that you need to holiday pacl~ges in early, as well as your that friends and ceive them on time. A~: liver them to the here in town, have a kind word Debbie, Richard and are working very behalfl Call me with penings. I can be home in the Spirit office during hours. I look forward to to you! Fresh, All Natural Ra~. Turkeys! Only $1.49nb. $2.69 $1.99 : Mash's Hams (~ ............... $1.99 ~. i~o~) ............ Sl.89 e~. Crown Pork Roast ....... : ...... $2.99 lb. 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