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December 23, 1999

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1 0 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -Thursday, December 23, 1999 Into HFJH Honor Society The faculty and staff of Harpers Ferry Junior High School joined parents and friends to cel- ebrate the induction of new members and the continuing membership of other students in the Martin WeUer Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society on Monday, December 1. Members were inducted on the basis of character, citizenship, leadership, scholarship and service. At the evening ceremony, ideals of the National Junior Honor Society were discussed and members introduced. They included Brittany Miller, Kari Edge, Stephanie Dinow, Nicole Reed, Nicole Johnson, Fawn Staubs, Beth Dillow and Marina Piscitelli. The group is shown above. Westfield Development LLC Kabletown, to Sheri A. Behrens, 129,900. A. Patricia Stickler, et al, Shep- herdstown, to Timothy J. Baxter, et al, 40,000. Mark Alexander Smith, Charles Town, to James C. Metz, et al, 160,725. John P. Gaertner, Charles Town, to Stanley S. Fewell, et al, 60,000. Tabitha L. Neal, Kabletown, to Lawrence J. Dunn, et al, 119,900. Christina A. Mikoloski- Personel Rept Kabletown, to John B. Stocker, et al, 30,000. John O. Schwenzer, et al, Charles Town Corp to Margueiite C. McKirgan, 120,000. Thomas C. Barnes, et al, Charles Town, to Alice Leavell, 115,000. Harold Conklin, Kabletown, to Donald J. Orser, 5,000. Joseph M. Walsh, et al, Charles Town, to Brian T. Nickel, et al, 116,500. James B. Crawford, III-Tr Charles Town, to Keneth Parsons, et al, 37,600. Margaret Perry, Shepherd- stown, to Joseph A. Jurand, et al, 118,500. Home Hill Corp Shepherd- stown, to Larry E. Toth, 95,000. Home Hill Corp Shepherd- stown, to MHH, LLC 67,000. ii Announcing a new way to reach 1 million readers at a bargain price: West Virginia 2X2 Display Ad Network Contact: Spirit of Jefferson 304-725-2046 Our kitchen will be closing on January,: 1st, 2000 and will reopen on January llth, ;1000 of Chef William Shiffiet of the Old Pharmacy Caf of Shepherdstown. Please come and try the excellent cuisine. DN:)q:It3 r3J= IN?EHN]:]I Tues-Wed-Thurs I Fri-Sat-Sun Lunch 11 am-4 pm Lunch 11 am-4 pm TOWN Dnner4 pro-9 pm Dinner4 pro-10 pm MOOSE Mondays closed. Subject to change. WVU CENTER SETS SPRING REGISTRATION The West Virginia University Regional Center in Shepherdstown is currently accepting registra- tions for spring classes. Eighteen masters programs, numerous classes for teachers, and a variety of graduate courses of general interest will be offered. WVU graduate classes begin Sat- urday, January 8, 2000 and meet evenings or on Saturdays. Individuals interested in WVU graduate programs or courses should call Dr. Douglas C. Smith or Ms. Rebecca Drawbaugh at the WVU Regional Center, 304-876. 2536. In music, a half note is also called a "minim." Sale starts Monday, December 27, 1999. We will be closing at 2:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve and will reopen on Monday, December 27. Number 7 * Ranson Square (Near Bamharts) 728-7773 Order by Phone SHEPHERD OFFERING REGISTRATION-BY-MAIL SHEPHERDSTOWN - Area residents who wish to take part- time classes at Shepherd College during the spring semester should contact the Office of Academic Sup- port Services for registration-by- mail information. Mail-in registra- tion is available only to those com- munity members who are not cur- rently enrolled or seeking a degree at Shepherd and who are not regis- tered for more than seven credit hours. The registration form and pay- ()/[}e thank you for your patronage and hope you will be surrounded by good fortune, good friends and good health throughout this festive season. 309 W. Washington St. I I AtC Packed up lots of wishes Wrapped 'era full of fun, For a healthy, happy Christmas With thanks to everyone. ED BOHRER AUCTIONEER Rt I Box 369 Bunker Hill, WV 229-8354 I merit must be returned and post- marked by Monday, December 31. For more information, contact Anna Mary Walsh at or via e-maJ ?,~ .~> . :- TH K G OF YOU AT May the cherished moments of this special time treasured memories for years to come. DENSIL L. NIBERT CAGA, Auctioneer Rt. 1, Box 131AA Shenandoah Jct WV 25442 Notar Phone (304) 876-2418 WV Lic, YOU A Three Wise Men bore gifts from afar, but none precious than the gift of caring. In the spirit of we extend our gratitude and best wishes to you. We feel blessed to have had your goodwill and A Family Tradition Since 1954 114 E. Washington St. * Charles Town, WV (304) 725-1421 . FAX (304) 725-5041 The F&M Bank-West Virginia ml Sob rkharf a.d Carl Locke o, a fi 'ki,3 / And Hospice of the make every minute count. Providing in-home care to people living with incurable, progressive illnesses. Professional staff and volunteer visits, help for family and loved ones, 24 hour on-call support, medicines, equipment, supplies. Bereavement care to hospice families and the community. Covered by Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, with help for the uninsured. Berkeley, Hampshire, Jefferson & Morgan Counties. HOSPICE mmnm OF THE PANHANDLE, INC. Wal-Ma Main Office Route 340 Supercenter On the Circle North Charles Town in Ranson Plaza 728-4200 728-4290