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8 Tylisa Ann Bride Of A. Briggs Scott Becomes SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FarmeYs ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1985 SOCIAL-CLUB PERSON .L 76 Student Recital Tuesday, Feb. 26 The Creative Arts Division of All American High School Band and Shepherd College is presenting a dou- Jazz Band. Miss Starliper is the ble student recital on Tuesday Feb. 26 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene at 8 p.m. in the theater of the Creative Starliper of Leetown. Arts Center. Sharing the recital will be Kurt Nigh Performing on the saxophone will be performing on the trombone. He will Lydia Starliper. a native of Jefferson perform Paul Hindemith's Sonata for County. She will perform Sonata For Trombone; Adam's Blues by Joseph Alto Sax and Piano by Woods ; Concer- Horovitz; and Rimsky-Korsokov's tino Da Camera, fn'st movement, by Concerto for Trombone and Band. Ibert; Rumba by Whitney; and Mood Nigh is a junior music education ma- Music for Two Alto Saxophones. jor at Shepherd where he is a member of the band, jazz band and brass Miss Starliper is a junior music ensemble. He is studying under Fred education major at Shepherd College Gleason, trombonist with the U.S At- where she is a member of the jazz my Band. He is a 1982 graduate of ensemble, saxophone ~quartet, and South Hagerstown High, where he band. She is currently ~tudying with received the John Phillip Sousa Dr. Fan'ell Coy, at ~rd, and with Outstanding Band Member award. He Dale Underwood, principle sax- is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Keller Nigh ophonist with the U.S. Navy Band. She of Hagerstown, Md. is a 1962 graduate of Jefferson High A reception will follow the recital. It and a past member of the McDonald's is Free and open to the public. Charles Town Baptist Church was the scene Sunday, January 20. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, of the mar- riage of Tylisa Ann Briggs and A. Scott Beveridge. The ceremony was per- formed by the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Wyman Hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey V. Briggs, Jr 200 South George Street, Ranson, the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Beveridge, Bakerton. The sanctuary was decorated with bachelor buttons, miniature carna- tions, blue and white daisies, and baby's breath, with white satin bows on the pews, Musical selections were by Donna Coyle. including "Endless Love" and the traditional wedding processional and recessional. Given in marriage by her parents. the bride was lovely in a knit chiffon gown styled by Alfred Angelo. It was adorned with delicate venise lace, the long straight sleeves were of fine Chantilly lace. and the Queen Anne neck was trimmed with lace Falling from a natural waist, a wide venise lace ruffle trimmed the bottom of the gown and an elaborate five-tiered lace back chapel train formed a charming silhouette. Candace Briggs, sister of ll~ bride, was maid of honor while Heather Beveridge, sister of the groom, Judi Forsythe and Katherine Wall were bridesmaids. The maid of honor wore a gown of royal blue tissue taffeta. The bodice was fashioned with a scoop neckline and puffed sleeves and was joined by a long, full skirt. The bridesmaids wore robin's egg blue gowns of tissue taffeta with the bodice fashioned with spaghetti straps topped by a bolero jacket with ruffled stand-up collar, and the bodice joined by a long, full skirt. The best man was Dirk Beveridge, brother of the groom. Ushers were R. J. James. Anthol Sbewbridge, Jr and Tim Snyder. The bride's mother was attired in a mauve gray street dress, the groom's mother in a street type dress of light gray. Both wore corsages of white car- nations and baby's breath. A reception followed the ceremony at the Lions Center in Ranson, decorated with hurricane lamps, white carnations and greene~. At the punch bowl were Mrs. Judy Mills and Miss Angela Fraley; Mrs. Val Snyder at- tended the guest book, Mrs. Fannie Costello and Mrs. Gaff Viands were in charge of the food. Also assisting was Mrs. Laura Alger, grandmother of the bride. The wedding cake, centerpiece of the reception, was baked and served by Mrs. Susan Pierson: music for dan- cing was by Brown Sugar: and transportation" for the bride and groom was by Ed Morgan in his 1957 Pontiac Super Chief. The bride was in the early graduating class of 1984 at Jefferson High School, and was formerly employed at Fox's Pizza Den, Ranson. The groom, a 1980 graduate of Jef- ferson High School, is a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps, Cherry Point, N.C. Following a honeymoon trip to the Bavarian Inn and Frederick, Md the couple are now residing in Havelock, N.C. Guests at the wedding were from Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. Shepherdstown Kiwanians To Hear About Child Abuse SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Ellie Adams Tells Kiwanians About Westminster Canterbury Members of the Kiwanis Shenan- doah Breakfast Club of Charles Town were given an interesting talk about a new life care community, known as Westminster-Canterbury of Winchester. for their meeting at the Towne House Restaurant in Charles Town February 14 by Ellie A. Adams, of Winchester, public relations direc- tor for the facility. Ellie, a native of Jefferson County, and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A~, said she was right at home speaking to a group which included so many people she knew as a resident of Jefferson County before she went to Winchester. In her remarks Ellie said Westminster-Canterbury is a most unique example of retirement living at its best . . . attractively designed private living accommodations, the security of lifetime health care and the beauty of a natural setting. The speaker stated Westminster- Canterbury of Winchester is a new life Susan C Dorsey To Wed E. Frederick Webb Colonel and Mrs. Ralph Meade Dorsey of Shepherdstown are proud to announce the fe~d~comin~ marriage of his daughter Susan Clark Dorsey to William Frederick Webb, both of Roanoke, Va. The groom to be is the care community designed to appeal to all people over 65 years of age who son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. Webb of want to enjoy a full and active life in Roanoke. The a community planned specifically for Miss Dorsey is the granddaughter of Eastern Panlmmile, like every area in retirem~mt years. She said there is a the nation, hasits share of disadvan- one-time entrance fee and a monthly taged children. Their plight - par- ticularly those suffering from abuse or neglect - will be explored Wednesday night Feb. 27 at the weekly dinner meeting of the Shepherdstown Kiwanis Club. Leading the discussion will be Gail Brown, Director of the Martinsburg Children's Center, an affiliate of the Child Health Society of West Virginia, which serves the three-county Pamhandle. The Center provides emergency care for abused and neglected children and for those in transition between other types of care programs. It ac- commodates as many as eight children at a time for periods of as long as 30 days. In addition to six Child Shelters around the State, the Child Health Society provides adoption and child protection services and is a statewide advocate for children's issues. The Kiwanis meeting is scheduled for 6:15 p.m. at Henry's Country Inn. IT'S A BOY! Announcement has been made of the birth Saturday, February 16 in City Hospital, Martinsburg, of a son, Laurence Abraham, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Crouse, of Kearneysville. The newcomer weighed 7 pounds, 2~/z ounces, and was 21 inches long. The grandparents are, paternal, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Crouse, Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Miller, Jr Kearneysville. Boyce, Virginia Pre-K -- Grade 8 service fee which assures all the ser- vices and amenities of the communi- ty including unlimited nursing care for life. WestminaKer-Centerbury is being developed on 40 acres of land just off Route 522, north of Winchester, she concluded. The speaker was introduced to the group by Harold (Chuck) Kisner, a member of the Kiwanis Club who ar- ranged for the program. Stencil Workshop Monday, March 4 A stenciling workshop will be held at the Jefferson County Community Center, Monday, March 4 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Extension homemaker craft com- mittee chairman, Mrs. Callie Hale will teach the interested persons how to make their own stencil patterns and how to stencil the pineapple (the sym- bol of hospitality) ontoa surface. This workshop and all Extension Homemaker programs and activities are available to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, or handicap. Call 725-9761, ext. 238 for more infor- mation and to register for the class. Registration is necessary since class size is limited. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N Dorsey of Ber- ryville, and of {he late Rear Admiral and Mrs. Morton C. Mumma, Jr formerly of Berryville. The wedding will take place in Shepherdstown in the early spring. IT'S A GIRL FOR MR. & MRS. KASTLE Mr. and Mrs. Craig William Kastle, of Sleepy Hollow Estate, located on the Country Club Road near Halltown, are the proud parents of a daughter, born Feb. 18 at 8:49 in Jefferson Mem~l Hospital. The little girl weighed in at 7 pO~ and four and one-half ounces and measured 19~4 inches. She has been named Jennifer Lauren. Both the mother, the former Sandra Charlene Shaver, and the infant are doing just fine. Mrs Kastle is the owner of the Upper Cut Hair Salon Mr. Kastle is an executive in Kastle's Men's Shop in downtown Charles Town. HISTORIC COMMISSION TO MEET SATURDAY The regular monthly meeting of the Historic Shepherdstown Com- mission will be held Saturday, February 23rd, at 9:30 in the Entler Hotel, according to Commis- sion President Ben Miller. All members and others interested in the preservation of historical sites are encouraged to be present. FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE ITS THE CHARLES TOWN MOOSE FRIDAY NIGHT 1 TONES" 10:00 P.M. until 2:00 A.M. FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONL Y! Now sewing Live Maine Lobsters Pick your own [ram our lobster tank! A CHALLENGING PROGRAM FOR THE ABLE STUDENT Small Classes * Individual Attention e Complete Computer Facilities for all children Regularly open Tuesday thru Saturday, 5:30 to 9:30 Transportation available to West Virginia families Sunday 5 to 9. Banquet facilities available TFSTING FOR GRADI::S TWO THROUGH I::,GHT ' ' '" I Saturday, March 2, 1955 Students are admitted without regard to race, religion or ethnic background :[ l|ll II 7/'- :#.s- P.O. Box 126 (70,1 725-3366 or 725-7253 tF/I " 1 U. S. SECRET SERVICE DESCRIBED TO MEN'S Formed in 1865 to combat counterfeiting and other violations of Treasury Department laws, Secret Service function changed largely in 1901 assassination of President McKinley. Since that i provision of presidential protection has occupied attention of the elite service, and members of the town Men's Club were entertained with a description of the unit and its functions at its meeting. The program was provided by Garrett J. assistant special agent in charge of training projects of the Presidential Protective Division, was welcomed by Men's Club President right. Mrs. Emory Kable Recognized Bee Line DAR For Her Efforts Bee Line Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution held their annual American History luncheon on Satuday, February 16 at the VLllage House in Shenandoah Jtmc- tion with 35 members and guests present. Following the opening ritual an especially tasty luncheon was served. The regent, Mrs. Charles Printz, presented a certificate of distinguish- ed service to Mrs. J. Emory Kable, History Chairman for her outstanding work on behalf of the chapter and for American History. Mrs Kable introduced the guests of honor, Miss Dianna Lacey and her mother and Miss Tiffany Lozono and her mother. These two young ladies were the winners in the American History Essay Contest. Their subject was "The Statute of Liberty, the Lady with the Lamp." Miss Lacey's Essay was on Frederick Auguste Bartholdi, the designer of the statue. Miss Lozono told the story of a young jewish girl fr(xn Poland wlmse great desire in 1946 was to come to the where the statue of the lamp was located, young ladies were tificates and gifts from Mrs. Hugh Voress, troduced the guest James Hecker, and now managing the Nursing Home. Col. Hecker's topic the American People dent to Resign?" since this occurred Americans have they have distorted Mr. Hecker presented provoking Mrs. William W. presented a most Cllpp Ronemus, a chapter for 49 years D. Houser, a member The March meetin llth at 1:30 p.m. Avery Ruckman~ Twirlers Square Dance Saturday The Blue Ridge Twirlers Square Rounds. ' Dance Club, 16 spring festival dance, For tickets contact will be held February 23 at the bara Collis after 5:| Frederick County Middle School 703-955-2277. Linden Drive, Winchester, Va. The dance starts at 1:00 p.m. with a dinner The teenagers club, break between 5:00 p m. and 7:00 p.m. nadoes will have Callers for the dance are Curley The C&L Square Dance J Custer, Shelton Layman, Dennis Web- Wear will have ber and Pam Bennett to que the all dancers convenience.i Robinson To Be Speaker At Eagle Scout Congressman J. K~th Robinson will be the guest speaker at the annual Eagle Recognition Dinner, says dinner . chairman Robert Stieg. The dinner will be held on Monday, Februhry 25 at 6:30 in the fellowship hall of the Kernstown United Methodist Church on Route II, Kern- stown, Va. The dinner, held annually by the Shenandoah Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, is given to honor all boys who advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout, scouting's highest rank, during the previous year. This year 23 Eagle Scouts will be honored. Congressman Robinson represented Virginia's Seventh Congressional District in the U.S. House of Represen- tatives for 14 years, rice voluntarily at the district covered dependent cities, commonwealth's defense Manassas, Fredericksburg. The sored by the Lions Club The Shenandoah Ares Scouts of America is agent d the Clarke Counties United Way of Front County, the Berkeley Cmmty, WV, United Way of Jeffersot ame C estivai ~ase.w##e, Roast Venison Venison Steak R ast Pheasant Roast Wild Boar Live Mai Fresh Many German All Major Credit Cards Accepted SHEPHERDSTOWN For Reservations 304-876-2551 Old World Dining & Lodging At Its Ik~t