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10 -/ i::i; , %, Wednesday, Nov, 19, 2014 THE JOURNAL www.journalpress.com The King George County community comes together for the children They are encouraging folks to bring a toy to Thanksgiving Dinner and the following Sunday, November 30. The donations sites will bring all the toys to Garcia Enterprises. Who- ever brings the most toys will win a fully decorated Christmas-Tree! December 14 is the final collec- tion day at Garcia Enterprises. Any- one who brings a toy can have a free phot 9 with Santa! , OUR LOCAL DONATION SITES ARE: " : , American Business Card Co. Garcia Enterprises* e :c0.,munity is coming together oo,i:ag:'tigl upport TOYS FOR TOTSi fria Garram has been leading reibnal effort for 22 years. Last yeagi:he helped more than 400 families fin  six counties. This year, Garcia Enterprises has joined her so togefher'they can help even more families! :Lcal businesses and organi- zations are collecting toys at donation sites and bringing them to a regional collection site - Garcia Enterprises at 11540 Ridge Road in King George. Anyone can join in. Payne Trucking has donated a tractor trailer for collec- tions and distribution. Hopyard Farm The Journal Keller Williams Realty King George Auto King George Church of God King George Citco King George clerk's Office King George Family Chiroprac- tic King George Farmers' Market- Holly Jolly Market: King George Feed Store King George House of Pizza King George Sheriff's Office Life Care Medical Transports Mary Melber A collector from Lancaster Coun- ty purchased this Victorian walnut sideboard at an antiques shop in Richmond about 10 years ago. It has the origi- nal finish and is in excellent condition and complete except for the missing escutcheon on the drawer on the right in the photograph. All HENRY LANE of the carving, HULL which is part of the wood pan- els, and not the result of an applied technique has survived intact. This sideboard dates from the pe- riod from 1840 to 1860. It is part of the ROcoco Revival, sometimes termed Ilianate. The wood ton is excellent, and the matching of the Movement Mortgage Peoples Community Bank, Dahl- gren & King George branches Project Faith Salem Baptist Church, Focus on God Teen Class FOR MORE INFORMATION: Victoria Garrant is handling requests for families who need help with toys. You can reach her at 540- 413-7250. Karen Jones is handling dona- tions of toys. You can reach her at 540-645-7331 or by email at karenjonesrealestate@gmail.com light anti dark grains of the wood show the hand of a master craftsman. The carving is especially fine. The raised panels on the ends are in keep- ing with the period, whereas with the earlier American Empire style, solid ends would indicatea higher level of craftsmanship. Two possibilities come to mind for replacing the missing 'escutch- eon. First, consider sending one of the existing escutcheons to a brass manufacturer such as Horton Brass or Baldwin Brass, asking if they can duplicate it. Second, check online to see what is available. The cost of re- placement should not be that signifi- cant, and the overall quality of the piece demands that it be done. The architecture of the sideboard and the superior level of its execution place this piece in the upper range of Victorian furniture. Unfortunately, the Victorian Era is not as popular in today's culture as it was a genera- Karen Jones stops by to pick up Toys For Tots from Garcia Enterprises. Cub Scouts make news for the newspaper tion ago. As such, today this piece is worth $750, but for owners of re- stored Victorian homes, particularly ones dating from the 1850s, this item could be a pearl of great price The value would have been much higher in 1980, but the difference is a re- flection of the changing tastes of the public over that span of time. Have no fear; its time in the sun will come once again. Henry Lane Hull and his wife, Lisa, operate Commonwealth Antiques and Appraisals, Inc. at 5150 Jessie duPont Hwy. in Wicomico Church, VA. Write to him at P.O. Box 35, Wicomico Church, VA 22579 or e- mail questions to henrylanehull@ commonwealthantiques.com. Happy Antiquing! Novemlgr 27th * 12 p.m. -5 pan. Thanksgiving Da/Buffet White & Dark Meat turkey thick Sliced Ham Fried Fish * Fried oysters * Homemade Corn Pudding Homemade Mashed Potatoes Homemade GraVY String Beans Homemade Stuffing * yams * Rolls * Cranberry Sauce Apple, Pumpkin, & sweet Potato Pies & other D essefls!'!! 61.95 t /ezt of e for childt 99). xsi,ig ' Day Buffet will be seWe& o Buffet will be served from .t '--"s" 'he lhonksglVl  D Y _- v nksglving Day. 12 p.m. un 5 p.m.u. '-ion todaYl [ i Call t' your resevu 804-224-7117 3900 McKinney Blvd., Colonial Beach, VA 22443 www.wilkersonsseafoodrestaurant.com Pictured above are the Tiger Cubs from Den 5, members of Cub Scout Pack 38, who recently visited the offices of The Journal as part of fulfill- ing their Communications requirements. Journal employee Lori Deem showed the Scouts how the newspaper is designed, developed and sent to the printer.The Scouts are I-r Eli Tritt, Rian Maciejewski, Ethan Zjawin, Logan Biel and Seth Basele. Pack 38 is sponsored by Masonic Lodge #81. Oven Roasted Turkey Honey Baked Ham . PIn.or,Pcan Pie , Adults $16.99 Children 12 & Under $9.99 drive from King George maintenance skills Learn the different parts of a PC and what Learn to Build Your Ultimate Custom PC Learn Basic Go home with a Computer custom-built PC that you built yourself This class for both young and old they do We can also schedule a one-on-one lesson Please call for more information and details about the class, starting dates and cost 10252 Kings Hwy. (next to The Journal) Cell - 775-378-0259 A Local King George Business The Community Care Clinic welcomes patients from Colonial Beach Medical Center / Dr. Brian Josephs, OB/GYN Advanced Care for Women Community Care Clinic Medical Director Women's issues, OB/G YN, Hormones King George appointments 3rd Friday of the month Please call 540-625-2527 to schedule an appointment and establish care with CCC. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, other insurances and self-pay patients. i ,. :i Dr. Roberto Canizares Dr. Roosevelt Dean Dr. Michael Costa Family, Primary & Walk-In Care Accepting New Patients and Walk-Ins Mon.- Fri. 8 a.m.- 7 p.m. Saturdays. 9-3 11131 Journal Pkwy., King George (540) 625-2527 a 24/7 TLC not for profit 501 (c) 3 organization Get all your personal and business printing from the Journal Print Shop Call?LorE at 540-709-7495 10 -/ i::i; , %, Wednesday, Nov, 19, 2014 THE JOURNAL www.journalpress.com The King George County community comes together for the children They are encouraging folks to bring a toy to Thanksgiving Dinner and the following Sunday, November 30. The donations sites will bring all the toys to Garcia Enterprises. Who- ever brings the most toys will win a fully decorated Christmas-Tree! December 14 is the final collec- tion day at Garcia Enterprises. Any- one who brings a toy can have a free phot 9 with Santa! , OUR LOCAL DONATION SITES ARE: " : , American Business Card Co. Garcia Enterprises* e :c0.,munity is coming together oo,i:ag:'tigl upport TOYS FOR TOTSi fria Garram has been leading reibnal effort for 22 years. Last yeagi:he helped more than 400 families fin  six counties. This year, Garcia Enterprises has joined her so togefher'they can help even more families! :Lcal businesses and organi- zations are collecting toys at donation sites and bringing them to a regional collection site - Garcia Enterprises at 11540 Ridge Road in King George. Anyone can join in. Payne Trucking has donated a tractor trailer for collec- tions and distribution. Hopyard Farm The Journal Keller Williams Realty King George Auto King George Church of God King George Citco King George clerk's Office King George Family Chiroprac- tic King George Farmers' Market- Holly Jolly Market: King George Feed Store King George House of Pizza King George Sheriff's Office Life Care Medical Transports Mary Melber A collector from Lancaster Coun- ty purchased this Victorian walnut sideboard at an antiques shop in Richmond about 10 years ago. It has the origi- nal finish and is in excellent condition and complete except for the missing escutcheon on the drawer on the right in the photograph. All HENRY LANE of the carving, HULL which is part of the wood pan- els, and not the result of an applied technique has survived intact. This sideboard dates from the pe- riod from 1840 to 1860. It is part of the ROcoco Revival, sometimes termed Ilianate. The wood ton is excellent, and the matching of the Movement Mortgage Peoples Community Bank, Dahl- gren & King George branches Project Faith Salem Baptist Church, Focus on God Teen Class FOR MORE INFORMATION: Victoria Garrant is handling requests for families who need help with toys. You can reach her at 540- 413-7250. Karen Jones is handling dona- tions of toys. You can reach her at 540-645-7331 or by email at karenjonesrealestate@gmail.com light anti dark grains of the wood show the hand of a master craftsman. The carving is especially fine. The raised panels on the ends are in keep- ing with the period, whereas with the earlier American Empire style, solid ends would indicatea higher level of craftsmanship. Two possibilities come to mind for replacing the missing 'escutch- eon. First, consider sending one of the existing escutcheons to a brass manufacturer such as Horton Brass or Baldwin Brass, asking if they can duplicate it. Second, check online to see what is available. The cost of re- placement should not be that signifi- cant, and the overall quality of the piece demands that it be done. The architecture of the sideboard and the superior level of its execution place this piece in the upper range of Victorian furniture. Unfortunately, the Victorian Era is not as popular in today's culture as it was a genera- Karen Jones stops by to pick up Toys For Tots from Garcia Enterprises. Cub Scouts make news for the newspaper tion ago. As such, today this piece is worth $750, but for owners of re- stored Victorian homes, particularly ones dating from the 1850s, this item could be a pearl of great price The value would have been much higher in 1980, but the difference is a re- flection of the changing tastes of the public over that span of time. Have no fear; its time in the sun will come once again. Henry Lane Hull and his wife, Lisa, operate Commonwealth Antiques and Appraisals, Inc. at 5150 Jessie duPont Hwy. in Wicomico Church, VA. Write to him at P.O. Box 35, Wicomico Church, VA 22579 or e- mail questions to henrylanehull@ commonwealthantiques.com. Happy Antiquing! Novemlgr 27th * 12 p.m. -5 pan. Thanksgiving Da/Buffet White & Dark Meat turkey thick Sliced Ham Fried Fish * Fried oysters * Homemade Corn Pudding Homemade Mashed Potatoes Homemade GraVY String Beans Homemade Stuffing * yams * Rolls * Cranberry Sauce Apple, Pumpkin, & sweet Potato Pies & other D essefls!'!! 61.95 t /ezt of e for childt 99). xsi,ig ' Day Buffet will be seWe& o Buffet will be served from .t '--"s" 'he lhonksglVl  D Y _- v nksglving Day. 12 p.m. un 5 p.m.u. '-ion todaYl [ i Call t' your resevu 804-224-7117 3900 McKinney Blvd., Colonial Beach, VA 22443 www.wilkersonsseafoodrestaurant.com Pictured above are the Tiger Cubs from Den 5, members of Cub Scout Pack 38, who recently visited the offices of The Journal as part of fulfill- ing their Communications requirements. Journal employee Lori Deem showed the Scouts how the newspaper is designed, developed and sent to the printer.The Scouts are I-r Eli Tritt, Rian Maciejewski, Ethan Zjawin, Logan Biel and Seth Basele. Pack 38 is sponsored by Masonic Lodge #81. Oven Roasted Turkey Honey Baked Ham . PIn.or,Pcan Pie , Adults $16.99 Children 12 & Under $9.99 drive from King George maintenance skills Learn the different parts of a PC and what Learn to Build Your Ultimate Custom PC Learn Basic Go home with a Computer custom-built PC that you built yourself This class for both young and old they do We can also schedule a one-on-one lesson Please call for more information and details about the class, starting dates and cost 10252 Kings Hwy. (next to The Journal) Cell - 775-378-0259 A Local King George Business The Community Care Clinic welcomes patients from Colonial Beach Medical Center / Dr. Brian Josephs, OB/GYN Advanced Care for Women Community Care Clinic Medical Director Women's issues, OB/G YN, Hormones King George appointments 3rd Friday of the month Please call 540-625-2527 to schedule an appointment and establish care with CCC. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, other insurances and self-pay patients. i ,. :i Dr. Roberto Canizares Dr. Roosevelt Dean Dr. Michael Costa Family, Primary & Walk-In Care Accepting New Patients and Walk-Ins Mon.- Fri. 8 a.m.- 7 p.m. Saturdays. 9-3 11131 Journal Pkwy., King George (540) 625-2527 a 24/7 TLC not for profit 501 (c) 3 organization Get all your personal and business printing from the Journal Print Shop Call?LorE at 540-709-7495