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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 11,19 Star In Old Opera House Production Ken Bethany and Claudia Koontz star in the Opera House production of "Three Men on a The 1930's hit comedy by John Cecil George Abbott will continue tonight at p.m., and March 12 and 13. Tickets are $6.00 $5.00 and may be reserved by calling 725- CHARLES TOWN Barbara Hooper Dial 725-7742 Last Monday we put Morn in Hospital so she be under the care and of the staff there, and seen and checked over her doctor. What with a cold blossomed lots of congestion and a cough. It takes time recover from that and also the antibiotics that help it. I write this, my sister is h-inging Morn from Jefferson her health much and her strength (The trouble with that inside that 80- body is a 25 year old who wants to do she can while she's ) The following articles were cam- by Mrs. Hunter during stay there - she's always Tom West, Middleway returned home after been a patient at Hospital for several Tom underwent finger r. Mrs. Ernest Hahn, West shington Street, was from our local after having a series tests. Stuck is recovering in Jefferson from a heart and expects to return his home on High SWeet in future. Dorothy and Bob Fritts up for a trip to Jef- Hospital, both for test procedures. had very cam- words regarding hospital. She said she the excelleat care treatment she received the meals as i,, 13oth Fritts expected to their home the past on Route 340. Richard (Helen) Jefferson Avenue, to return home last after being a medical in WinChester Hospital for the three weeks. Mrs. Fellers, Summit had the misfortune of down her back porch last Wednesday mar- Thinking she had ankle, Genevieve walk m it. X-rays Hospital in. she had broken the After surgery, she spent several days as a patient before going home. Singular is the fact that genevieve had never in her whole life been a hospital patient, so she had much to learn about the routine. She shared a room with Jess Hunter and both patients agreed they were delighted to share their room because they had both shared a long- time kindred friendship. Genevieve has been an active Red Cross volunteer for many years. She is coor- dinator for the Bloodmobile visRs in Jefferson County. Her work entails contacting metnbers of sponsoring organizations and the recruitment of volunteers to serve for the six yearly Bloodmobile visits. The above picture of Mrs. Martin (C-ertie) Glaize was taken on Saturday, March 6th in room 220 of our Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Pictured standing from left to right are the two Glaize daughters: Donna Faye Johnson of Bakerton and Judy Rodino of Avinol, N.J. Gertie is much improvel, as t pinata shows, and wishes through this colunm to thank her many friends for their get well cards, beautiful flowers and their thoughtful prayers for her recovery. In posing for her picture, Gertie remarked "Fine, but too bad I haven't had my hair done." Pride in personal appearance is the first step toward recovery. Best wishes, Gertie! OLIO Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mays, George Street, spent the weekend of February 27th in Morgantown at the home of their son, Dr. Michael Mays and his wife, Paula Propps Mays. Dr. Mays is a Professor of Math at West Virginia UniversRy. Brigadier General, Ret. and SUN. MAT./MON. EVE. All Sere $1.50 'RIONTT:30/,9:30 Bee Line Chapter, NSDAR Has Bridge Club Gives Commemorative Luncheon Meet To tocal Charities; of slides and narration, by Mrs, AllennsTwice The Village House Miss Courtuey Cogan of St. Restaurant was the setting for a Commemorative luncheon by the Bee Line "Chapter NSDAR on Feb. 27 to honor the 25th birthday of George Washington. The tables were attractively adorne with red and blue ribbons over white tablecloths, with lighted red candles in the center. The officers and speakers table was centered with a lovely red, white and blue floral centerpiece. Arrangements for the luncheon were made by Mrs. J. Emory Kable, who gave a very informative talk on the life and ac- complishments of George Washington; our first president. Several guests attended other than the speakers, in- cluding Mrs. Walter King, Regent, Pack Horse Ford Chapter and Miss June Elliott, State Treasurer, NSDAR, Mr. Jack Getzendanner, son and also Mr. Williams, grandson of Anne Morgan Get- zendanner, organizing Regent of Bee Line Chapter NSDAR. Mrs. C. William Moore, Past vice-president General and a member of the Bee Line Chapter gave a report on the current project of the chapter, the publishing and sale of a book of "Cemetery In- scriptions of Jefferson County from 1867-1980". She reported that sales are going well, and that copies of the book can still be purchased at the pre- publication price of $25.00 a cy. For inquiries call Mrs. Donald Kable (725-51@). After the meal the group was entertained by a program James SchoOl in Hagerstown. Md, and Miss Jennie Matt of Hood College in Frederick, Md. A "Heritage Foundation" grant was awarded to these two young ladies to do a study on the Revolutionary War General from tthe Eastern Panhandle area while they were back attending St. James School. Included in the narrative were Generals' William, Darke, Horates Gates, Major Gen. Charles Lee, Adam Stephen, Daniel Morgan and George Washington of these generals three were from Jefferson County, two from Berkeley Co. and one from Morgan County and George Washington, Commander in Chief, was from Westmorland County, Va. All of these generals lived on land owned by Lord Fairfax, and all were a part of General Braddocks Army prior to the Revolut- ion. General Washington ap- pointed soldiers Hugh Stephenson and Daniel Morgan to lead the Virgina forces on s special assign- ment. These two men were to lead two groups of soldiers, each by a different routs, to Cambridge, Mass., to bolster forced there. R was General Morgan who reached Cam- bridge first. This march was hnown as the "bee line" march and went from Morgans Spring, Va., to Cambridge, a distance of 600 miles taking 24 days, at 25 miles a day average on feet. R was for this famous march that the Bee Line Chapter was named. Mrs. William J. Andrews are home after spending some time in Myrtle Beach, S.C. where they enjoyed the weather and walking on the beach. Golfer Bill got in a few rounds and also honed up on those "finesse" shots that make the difference. Watch out guys! The Andrews als0 visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marcus at their home in Margate, Florida. The weather there was beautiful and Carolyn walked two miles every day. She's a fast walker, folks, Scottie quit after 2 days. But there's a group of women in Charles Town who walked with Carolyn just about every day of the year. You all deserve a big hand for setting a good example of proper exercise -- three cheers, for Rosa Hall, Frances Robb, Jinx Williams and Arm Green Saunders. At the advice of her doctor, my friend Jean Doyle spent 5 days on bed rest last week because of a pinched nerve. She needs to take it easy for awhile and slow down her pace. Her friends all hope and pray that she will be feeling fine and dandy soon. I went to the matinee at the Opera House Sunday af- ternoon and was one of thir- theatre. The obvious thing to do is drop the aRernoon show, but I hope not. Anyway, those of you haven't seen the show, you have tonight, Friday or Saturday to do so. My com- pliments to everyone con- nected with the show. I especially liked the set changes (set was excellent) and the picture of "Whistler's Mother" watching "Whistler's Mother" watching "Whistler's Mother"! Spring Art Classes Begin March 23 A Spring session of art classes will begin Tuesday evening March 23rd at 7:30 in the auditorium of the Jef- ferson County Library. Mr. Michael Harding, art teacher at Wright Denny School, will be instructor for the two week session. The fee is $20.00 for the entire course. All interested perns are welcome to join the class, beginners as well as more advanced artists. Instruction will be given in drawing andy any phase or medimn desired by the group. For further information call The America Kidney Foundation is the chosen .beneficiary of the Spring charity games to be played continent-wide by members of the American Contract Bridge Loague on Wednesday, March 24th. Players at the Charles Town Civic Center will be playing the same pre-dealt hands sealed and delivered to all the Club Directors, with expert analyses available for post- game study. Extra Master Points will be awarded. The Charles Town club - supports local charities as well, the latest gifts being $40 each to the two fire companies and $1,000 pledged to the Jefferson Memorial Hospital Building Fund, announced by Treasurer Ginny Alien. Working for charity must help bridge skills; Mrs. Allen had two firsts and a second in the three weekly games played during February. With the storm cancelling play on the 17th Master Point winners were, Feb. 3rd: Dee Molder- Nancy McDermott first, Pauline Hudson-Ginny Allen second and Harriet Hayes- Helen Wright third; Feb. 10th Ginny and John Allen first, Pauline Hudson-Vin Catozella second, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fridrich and Helen Wright-Nancy Roth tied for third; Feb. 24th Ginny Allen- LaVern Wilt, first, Pauline Hudson.Nancy Roth and Jenny Corbtn-Fred Mayer tied for second, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat DeGrange third. 'Wednesday March 31st is the date of the quarterly Club Tournament, which will be played for double Master Points. The game starts at 7:45 and John Allen is the A.C.B.L. Director. Players in need of a partner may call 725- 8320. Powhatan School To Present "Tempest" The Seventh and Eighth Forms of Powhatan School will present The Tempest by William Shakespeare on March 18 and 19 in the school auditorium. Blending romance, revenge, fanciful sprites, and comedy, this tale will take place on a "fantasy island" somewhere in the Mediterranean.. Leading roles will be taken by eighth graders while minor characters are portrayed by the seventh. Production duties are being shared by faculty, students, and parents with R. Dixon Bell of Powhatan's English department directing. The performance on Thursday and Friday afternoons, March 18 and 19 at 1:00 p.m. will be attended by local public and private schools; Friday night's production is at 8:00 p.m. is scheduled for parents, friends, and the general teen fortunate people to laugh through a very good per- formance of the comedy, Three Men on a Horse. Every performer on that stage played to us as ff it was Kennedy Center and it's an experience I will long remember. The inclement weather probably kept away some people, but frankly I'm very disappointed in the turnout this year at the matinee for every production of the 725-2463. public. EVERHART'S UPHOLSTERY POST OFFICE BOX 266 KEARNEYSVILLE, W. VA. 25430 Herbert J. Everhart cAu mm6.,mo OWNER 9- S MAN.- Fill. WINTER SPECIAL Any Sofa or Two Chairs $100 Labor Cliffside Inn ROUTE 340, HARPERS FERRY, (304) 725-2066 Specializing In Great Buffetsl "SEDUCTION" (t) EVES. 7:1S & 9:00 With Oysters, Crab, Frog Legs, SEAFOOD BUFFn EVERY FRIDAY Steamed Shrimp & Morel ! ! COMING SATURDAY, MARCH 13 --- FOOD, FUN AND FROLIClII LAST NIGHT 7:1$ & 9:15 'qglIDWU[W' (m) EVES. 7:00 t 9:15 SUN. MAT. 2:00 PM With Home Cooked Food, D,sserts it Breads eAR DRINKS 20% OFF I I DRAFT BEER 59' eAR NIGHT DANCING SAINT PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION! ! eTRADITIoNAL IRISH BUFFET I! iiiii LiVE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY I I I MICHAEL SCHIRF III VOCALIST-GUITARIST ENTERTAINER TRIVIA NIGHT TUESDAY AND THURSDAY WIN A BOTTLE OF WINE BY ANSWERING QUESTIONS LADLES NIGHT WED. % PRICE DRINKS Jubilatm Quartet Singing Sunday Williams Memorial 9 The Jubilators Gospel Quartet of Cumberland, Md., will appear in con- cert on Sunday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m., at Williams Memorial United Methodist Church in shenandoah Junction. Members of the quartet, pic- tured above, are Jim Glover, first tenor; Gene Streett, lead; De[ford Crowe, baritone; Pete Pritts, bass; Dottle Streett, pianist; and Keith Miller, bass guitar. The public is cordially invited to attend. Eager Beavers 44t Club Plans Number Of Special Projects The Eager Beavers 4-H Chb further information contact 82 Kearneysville, 25430. will sponsor several fund Mrs. Bonnie Bloomer at 725- Please register before May 15 raising activities during the 4871.On April23, there will be to secure a space. If you months of April and May. All adancefrom 7:30P.M.. 10:00 would like to make a direct proceeds from these activities P.M. at the Community donation to help our club will be used toward Center. Refreshments will be please contact our 4-H scholarships for the children sold in addition to the ad- Leader, Mrs. Link at 725-7258. to attend summer camp at mission price. Admission will Any donations will be greatly Camp Frame this year. be 75 cents for singles and appreciated. Some of the activities $1.25 for pairs. On May 22, a scheduled are as follows: Flea Market and Bake Sale During April a sub sandwich will be held at the Jefferson ".,.and fiB insurance I'' sale. For further information County Fairgrounds ( in one of or if you wish to place an order the exldbit buildings) between contact Mrs. Jerri Crawford 10:00 A.M.- 4:00 P.M. Rental at 876-2654. The last date to spaces are avallalbe at the order these sandwiches will be coat of $5.00 per space. If you before 5:00 p.m. April 16. are interested in reserving a There will be a car wash space please send your name Saturday, April 10, between and address, telephone 1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M. at the number and entry fee to the Texaco Gas Station in Charles Eager Beabvers 4-H Club care Town, across from McDonalds of Mrs. Geraldine Link, Rt. 1 Restaurant on Rt. 340. A rain Box 20F Charles Town, 25414 date will be April 17. For or Mrs. Jeanne DeGrave, Box .... Spring Sale 20 % Off Suits, Jackets, Dresses, 2-piece knit dresses, slips & sleepwear Large Selection of SpringSummer Blouses THURS. -- FRIDAY -- SATURDAY VISA 9:30 til 5 MASTER FRI. til 9 CHARGE cNAmrow. Your camping equipment, boat, and motor, sporting goods, cameras - be sure they are adequately covered for theft and damage, with in- surance from Moore In. surance Agency. MOORE INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY WASHINGTON,ALEXANDER And COOKE SINCE 1870 Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 ll0 N. George St. 725-2083 I II ] I iii MILLBROOK CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS, INC. Dr. Gerald E. Zimmerman, Music Director TWO SEASONS IN 1982-83 -- OUR FOURTH YEAR 1. MINI SERIES CONCERT A: March 21, 1912, g:00 P.M. AN INTERNATIONAL CONCERT Vaughan Williams: Wasp Overture J.S. Bach: Suite No. 4 Strauss: Tritsch Tratsch Polks *Bizet: Selections from Carmen *Featuring the Montgomery County Youth Chorus, Dr. Gerald Muller, director, with Deborah Kieffer, so- prano, William H. Read, baritone CONCERT B: April 25, 1982, 40 P.M. THE CHILDREN CONCERT Rossini: Overture from Cinderella Mozart: Symphony in F, K. 1% Lombardo: Drakestail with Narrator Dukes: Sorcerer's Apprentice Rossini: Overture from William Tell CONCERT C: June 6, 1982, 8..00 P.M, THE ALL B3 CONCERT Beethoven: Prometheus Overture Barber: Adagio for Strings Brahms: Serenade No. 2 Borodin: Symphony No. 2 Single tickets may be purchased at the door & cost .00 regular or $4.ee for Senior Cltizns Students, & Clzildren ags 18 & under. For advanced single ticket reservations or for season book orders, phone (304) 876-2sii, ext. 2S, (304) 725.St4, or (@4) 8"/6-21 evenings or write: II. 1982-83 SUII$CRIPTION SEASON CONCERT A: September 26, 1982, 8:00 P.M. Roy Harris: Elegy Aaron Copland: Applachian Spring Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 CONCERT B: October 31,19112, 8:00 P.M. William Walton: Suite from Henry V Haydn: Symphony No. 102 Schumann: Symphony No. 3 CHRISTMAS CONCERT BENEFIT FUNDRAISER December IS, 1902, 8:00 P.M. CONCERT C: February 27, 1983, 8:00 P.M. Mendelssohn: Ruy Bias erture Sibellus: Pelleas et Melisande Suite Borodin: Nocturne for String Orchestra from the Second String Quartet Haydn: Symphony No. 88 CONCERT D: March 27, 1985, k00 P.M. THE CHILDREN'S CONCERT Program to be Announced CONCERT E: May I, 1985, 8:00 P.M. Offenbach: Overture to Orpheus in the Underworld Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 Guest Soloist: Work and Artist to be Announced Millbrook Center,P.O. Box 580, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 The Mlllbrook Center Chamber Orchmtra Is Nnmred, In part by a grant from the Wmt Virginia Arts and Humenltl Cemmlm@on and the National Endownnt for the Art I i I III I I II IIIi I I I I I I II I II III II II