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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -Thursday, December 23, 1999 Engagements e Weddings e Announcements ./' Association Holds 49th Ann :/i? : i: ii Y Healthier Jefferson County recently sponsored its second annual alcohol-free holiday drink contest at Jefferson Memo- rial Hospital. The purpose of the contest was to show that people could have delicious drinks and lots of fun without us- ing alcohol. Healthier Jefferson County is helping change unhealthy be- haviors by offering the community holiday drink alternatives. Jefferson County ranks as the second highest county in the state in drinking and driving prevalence and third in the state in binge drinking. The excessive use of alcohol is dangerous not only for the drinker, but also for the non-drinker. Recipies were received and narrowed down to three final- ists, who prepared their recipes for a panel of judges (Lorna Frye, Kristi Murray and Lisa Dunn). First place ($50 Wal-Mart gift certificate) went to Sarah Fleming for her ' erky Holiday Punch". Second place ($25 Wal-Mart gift certificate) went to Patty Dorsey for her recipe 'qKootenay Koffee Punch". Honor- able mention went to Robyn Lance for her "Orange You Glad Its Alcohol Free Punch" recipe. For more information on Healthier Jefferson County, or to obtain copies of the winning recipes, call Pam Holstein- Wallace at 728.1690. Pythian Sisters Host MAPA The Pythian Sisters of Shenan- doah Temple #131 in Ranson hosted a continental breakfast and luncheon for the Mid-Atlantic Pythian Association (MAPA) re- cently. MAPA members are Pythian brothers and sisters from Notice About Weddings and Photographs This newspaper does not accept for publication wed- ding, engagement or other photos from studios or photog- raphers which require pay- ment of any fee by the newspa- per or a published credit. Those parties planning to sub- mit photos for publication should make sure that price they pay for such photos includes the right to have those photos published with- out additional cost. Wedding announcements and photos carrying the credit lines of commercial photogra- phers will be charged at the standard advertising rate vf this newspaper. Weddings must be submit- ted to this newspaper no later than six months following the actual ceremony. All weddings and photos submitted after that time will be published only as commercial advertise- merits. I I I I the surrounding states of Mary- land, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. They hold quarterly conventions in dif- ferent locations and visit the Temples in each area so that they can meet other members and learn about their projects and locale. This quarter's convention was well attended and enjoyed guest speakers Chris Burgess, State Di- rector of Special Olympics, Debbie Payne, County Director of Special Olympics, and Beverly Grove, Grand Junior State of Mr. Burgess and Ms. Payne in- formed them about Jefferson County's Special Olympics and thanked the members for their support. MAPA gave medals to three local Olympians - Jason Billmyer, Erin Watson and Stacey Harder. Beverly Grove spoke on the history of Jefferson County. The MAPA members spent two days in our area, and enjoyed sightseeing in Charles Town and Harpers Ferry as well as being en- tertained at the local track. The order of the Pythian Sis- ters, the independent auxiliary of the Knights of Pythias, is located throughout the United States and Canada. The work of the Pythian Sisters covers a broad field. It is not confined to the local temple nor to the field of Pythianism alone. Pythian sisters are always ready to assist in civic projects or give help to any needy causes, such as the Ronald McDonald House, the Jef- ferson Food Bank, etc. The altruis- tic work reveals many hours of ser- vice, donations of love, consider- ation and charity for others. It is said that it is more blessed to give than to receive and this spirit is exemplified in the work of the Pythian Sisters. If you are interested in joining the Order, or would like more in- formation, contact Beverly A. Grove (304) 725-9053. l l l l l l II Ill lllll llll l with us! New Year's Eve stagrant " " Spmahztng m Seafood Droner Specials Include: Surf & Turf Prime Rib of Beef s Plank Roasted Salmon Lavender Roasted Lamb Call for Reservations $50 Gift Certificates Available now through Dec. 23for only $40. I 1270 Washington St. Bolivar/Harpers Ferry Reservations Recommended 304-535-25: Forty-seven graduates of 50 or more years ago at Harpers Ferry High School attended the annual Alumni Association reunion November 6 at the KOA. First row, from left, are Harr Emmart. Ethel Upright Cox, Win. 'qFap" Jackson, Elizabeth Williams Heffner, Kathy Clegg Welty, Melvin Lilla, Russell Fritts, Doris Meadows Johnson, J. "Dixie" Wiltshire, Paul Ranalli, Mrs. June Newcomer (former teacher), and Lloyd Jr. Jones. Second row, Rebecca Moler Stevens, Nancy Moler Morgan, Eleanor Walker Zombro, Iola Moler Grimm, Ruby Nicewarner Propst, Helen Newlin Slusher, Eleanor Watson Winters, Doris Clevenger Costello Stoneberger, Virginia Benjamin Staubs, Doris Nathan Moler, Dorothy Rickel Rinaldi, Norma Evelyn Snyder Jones. Third row, Edmund Hoffmastez A. Brill, Margaret Reynolds Webber, Berkeley Raymond Biller, Tommy Henkle, unidentified, Harry Forrest Hoffmaster, Margaret Malone Barker Frye, Benny Morgan, Ernest Earman, Merle Snyder, Yola Lilla Ott. Missing from the photo Penwell, Mary Cavalier Dalgarn and Helen Whipp The Harpers Ferry High School Alumni Association held its 49th annual banquet and dance Novem- ber 6 at the KOA complex. A crowd of over 230 alumnus and guests enjoyed the dinner and dance. The current slate of officers elected for the year 2000 were Wayne Welty, president; Bill D'Angelo, vice president; Bill Blackford, first vice president; Eleanor Winters, secretary; Mike Stoneberger, assistant secretary; Paul Ranalli, treasurer; Melvin Lilla, assistant treasurer, James "Dixie" Wiltshire, school historian; and Helen Slusher, alumni public- ity director. The Class of 1949 was honored, with the 17 now-living members present. The three deceased mem- bers of the class are Mildred Newlin, Maurice Pope, and Robert Wright. The class of 1959 held its 40th reunion. During the meeting, 50-year or over classes in attendance were honored. Fifty-six members and spouses were in attendance, the oldest being Mary Cavalier Dalgaru, Class of 1933. Mrs. June Newcomer, former teacher, was also honored with the Class of 1949. In the business meeting, it was reported that during the past year the Alumni Association gave to the Junior High School over $8000 in program assistance to the football Members of the 50-year reunion class of Harpers Ferry High School were Alumni Association at its annual dinner and dance. Shown above, from left, are Nathan Moler, James ' )ixie" Wiltshire, Paul Ranalli, Mrs. June Newcomer (former ginia Lee Houser Frye, Phyllis Grey Penwell, Dorothy Rickel Rinaldi and Benj scoreboard, the Drama Club, pecting a large crowd for the re- wants to share this school choir, cheerleaders, library, union. The year 2000 has been des- event with science, wrestling, etc and most of ignated as the Harpers Ferry High dents and alumnus. all, scholarships. School Homecoming. Special ar- Please contact any Plans are now underway for the rangements are being made to write to the Alumni, Bog 50th Alumni Anniversary Celebra- honor all classes that wish to par- ers Ferry, WV 25425 tion, which will be on November 4, ticipate, as well as the featured tion in regard to the 2000. TheAlumni Committee is ex- class of 1950. The Association union. SLEEPY HOLLOW GOLF CLUB AWARDS LUNCHEON HELD Members of Sleepy Hollow Golf Club held their awards luncheon at the Iron Rail on Thursday, Decem- ber 9. Eighteen members attended and enjoyed a delicious lunch. Awards were presented by trea- surer Beth Printz. Honored were: Nancy Roth, club champion; Mary Ann Hamman, runner-up; Beth Printz and Frances Catazella, third and fourth places respec- tively. Senior honoree was Dorothy Sager with Mary Ann Hammann runner-up. Dorothy Sager was the winner of the Jake Pugh silver tray and also the President's Cup. Ruby Propst was second. ~AL The spring planning meeting will be held in March. The date will be announced later. A letter was read by the trea- surer from the Hospice of the Pan- handle, thanking the members for their donation in memory of Laura Gallagher. The expression scot-free has nothing to do with Scotland or the Scots. In Elizabethan days, there was a tax known as a scot. Those who dodged it got away scot--free. KABLETOWN CEO CLUB The Kabletown CEO Club met mas dinner was at the Anvil Restaurant in Harpers Christmas gifts were Ferry, Thursday, December 16.Helen Dailey President Jolene Stanton wel-Christmas trees to comed 13 members and three and' guests as Barbara Tucker enter- late fudge. tained with beautiful Christmas More singing of music on her keyboard, ols and hymn was Devotions were led by Barbarapanied by Barbara. as she gave the history of the au- The January thors and their reasons for compos- hosted by Loleta Alger, ing some of the popular Christmas at 12 noon. hymns, hostess and will lead A delicious traditional Christ- "The Art Dining Room and Lounge Reservations Requested Washington St Route 340, Charles Town (304) 725-2081 For Reservations t0all o F ' Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, Good Health and Happiness. Shepherdstown Overlookin$ (304)