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8 Carolyn Lee Puster Wedded To Jerr Franklin Feb. 13 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1983 Lorrie Jean Ryan Miller-Ogden Engagement Told Will Wed In April it Phone: SOCIAL-CLUB PERSONAL 725-2046 Art Classes To Be Former County Resident To Wed In June Held At Civic Center Carolyn Lee Puster and Jerry Dee Franklin were united in marriage Feb. 13 at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church, Charles Town. The bride is the daughter of Harry and Eleanor Puster of Charles Town and the groom is the son of Harold and Pearl Schultz of Enid, Oklahoma. The Rev. Charles Klotzberger per- formed the double ring ceremony The bride wore a white, lace- covered, taffeta gown with fit- ted bodice, flowing skirt and train and.* full-length lace sleeves. Her sheer, lace- bordered, cathedral length veil flowed down from a pearl and lace adorned headpiece. The bride carried a cascading bou- quet of white and pink roses, baby's breath and fern which Sara Kiine In Recital March 22 Shepherd College SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Sarah Kline, a senior music major at Shepherd College and resident of Jefferson County, will present her senior recital on Tuesday, March 22 atflp.m. in the college's Creative Arts Center Theatre. Music to be performed on piano and organ will include compositions by Bach, Scarlat- ti, Brahms, Franck, Debussy, Hindemith and Khachaturian. Ms. Kline has been involved in numerous musical activities in the area. Before affending Shepherd College, She was a member of the choir at the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, and she was active in Choral Department activities at Jefferson High School. She graduated from Jefferson in 1979 and received the choir award among other honors while there. At Shepherd, she has studied piano and organ with Dr Guy Frank and Cecelia Frazier. She also has perrformed in many of the college's musical ensembles. Recently, she was named Outstanding Senior Music Student at She rd and was elected as a McMurran Scholar, the college's highest academic award. she fashioned from silk. The maid of honor was her sister, Ruthmary Shackelford, and Carol Wickey the bridesmaid. They wore gowns of dusty rose with lace overlay, and carried roses of pink and dusty rose. Due to the heavy snowfall at that time, four of the schedul- ed bridesmaids and two groomsmen were unable to be present. The best man was Howard Haines; ushers were Jay Franklin, Harry L. Puster and David Lively. I A reception followed the ceremony in the church fellowship hall. The couple is residing in Mar- tinsburg, following a honey- moon in Virginia. Square Dance Club To Hold Auniversaff Dance In Brunswick On Saturday March 26 the Round House Eight Square Dance Club will hold their seventeenth anniversary dance at the Brunswick Moose Lodge 401 E, Potomac St; It W~ start at 8 p.m. Two outstanding callers will be on hand for this special oc- casion. Danny Miller of Hagerstown, Md who is the regular club caller, and guest caller Charlie Lee of Vienna, Va. The level of dance is mainstream, Plus I and Pins 2. It is an open dance and anyone who would like to come is welcome. The donation is $4.00 per couple. Auditions On Tap Next OOH Vehide The Old Opera House will be holding auditions for its next The Jefferson County Civic Center will once again be offer- ing its Art Classes this semester. The classes will begin Tuesday, March 22nd at 7:30 p.m. in the Civic Center (under the library). The class will be held each Thursday night from 7:30 to 9:30 for 10 weeks. Tuition for the class will be $25.00. Anyone interested in taking art classes can register. The class is designed to help both the beginner as well as the experienced artist. No previous experience is necessary. Some of the topics covered in the 10 weeks will be: How to select subject matter; What tools you will need; Drawing, Shading; Perspec- tive; Composition; as well as some of the Basics of water col- or, oils and acrylics. The instructor for the course will he Michael Harding - Art Teacher at Wright Denny- School. For further information call 725-3562 after 5 p.m. or call 725-2463. Benefit Talent Show Saturday Old Opera House The Old Opera House Benefit Talent show will be held on Saturday, March 19, at 7 p.m. There will be a great variety of acts from ballet to ventrilo- quism. Local talent will include Jay and Jondra Wilson, Tammi and Terri Dean, Carla Jeanne Stowe, Amanda Raines, Dale Dodson, Carol Puller, The Ap- plettes and Michael Shirley. Bett Sims is a guest performer. Cecilia Parker will act as mistress of ceremonies for the event. Prizes will he awarded in each of the three age categories. Judges will include Neal Randall, Marie Fogarty, and Janet Bailey. The Talent Show is for the benefit of the OOH. Tickets will be available at the door for $3 and $1.5o. Practical Nursing Announcement has been made in Meridian, Idaho, of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Ronel Russell, of Nampa, Idaho, and Hans Bruijn, of Meridian, Idaho. The bride, the daughter of Ronald and Faye Russell, is a graduate of Nampa High School and is employed with the Meridian Veterinary Clinic. The groom, a son of Jan and Annie Bruijn, Zuid-Schermer, The Netherlands, employed with Lyle C. Tabb and Sons, Inc of Leetown from 1977 to 1981, is presently a dairy farmer in Meridian. He is a graduate of R.M.L.S-Alkmaar, The Nertherlands. A June 18 wedding is planned. Bee Lira Chapter NSDAR Hq Story Of Handley Library Monday, March 14, Bee Line presented by Mrs. William Chapter NSDAR met in the Wilson. Afterwardacitizens,hip home of Mrs. Emory Kable. quiz was given those present to Upon arrival, members and determine their knowledge of guests were served delicious laws necessary to become a refreshments from a beautiful- citizen of this country. The ly appointed St. Patrick's Day minutes were read by the table, y the hostess and her secretary, Mrs. Leo Ruckman assistant Mrs. Douglas Currier. and approved. The treasurer's Twelve members.and three report was given by Mrs. C.W. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Ryan, Sr of Charles Town, an- nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lorrie Jean Ryan to PV2 Rnnald Dante' Mills, of Summit Point, son of Kenneth Mills, Hidden River, and Mollie Nobrega, Orchard Hills. The groom-to-he was reared by his grandparents, Allen and Edith Glassford of Summit Point. Miss Ryan is a 1981 graduate of Jefferson High School and is currently employed with the Stitching Horse in Ranson. Mills is a 1982 graduate of Jefferson High School and is serving four years in the U.S. Army, currently stationed at Fort Jackson, S.C. An April 2 wedding is planned. Cub Pack 83 Holds Blue, Gold Banquet The February meeting of Cub Scout Pack 83 was held at Cliffside Inn for the Blue and Gold Banquet. After Cubmaster Sharon Phenneger made an- nouncements and introduced the special guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Sullivan, principal of CW Shipley Elementary School; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lynch, commissioners of the Pack unR and Jim and Wendy Hall, gospel singers. - Den No. I gave the opening ceremony, reciting pieces telling about Boy Scouting; Den No. 2 gave the opening song, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller of Bolivar are to announce the engagement of their Jennifer Lee, to Andrew Joseph Ogden, son Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ogden, of UviHa. Miller and Mr. Ogden graduated High School in 1979 and are seniors at Virginia University. A May wedding is Pierson-Meadows June Wedding "We're Glad We're Here." Den graduate of Jefferson High No. 3 was in charge of the table School, attended Shepherd Col- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pier- son of Harpers Ferry are pleas- by J.J. Newberry, ed to announce the engagement Town. of their daughter Stephanie Mr. Meadows, also a Ann, to Mr. Foster Meadows, graduate of Jefferson son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis School, is employed by Meadows, Harpers Ferry. ty Systems of W.V Inc will graduate in May Miss Pierson is a 1979 Shepherd College with a in business A June wedding set up and rdrcshment service. guests were present. The Moore. OnAprilllat1:30p.m When the meal was corn- Dinner i guests included Mrs. Alfred Bee Line Chapter will meet at pleted the guest ~ Busch, regent and Mrs. Harold Newton D. Baker Hnspital. The and Wendy Hall to In of: her tmar- Fra RubyMayeCarr, J Lehman, secretary of the Con- program will be "Travels to all with beautiful gespel music, riageofElsieP. MayetoFloyd frey Suzie Rickard ococheague Chapter NSDAR, Unusual Places: by Mrs. The Cubs joined in the last song Hagerstown, Md. and the Robert Leonard of Harpers standing and saluting the flag speaker, Mrs. Rebecca Ebert Ferry. Bordwine, archives librarian at The May meeting has been Handley Library, Winchester, Va. Mrs. Bordwine talked on the facilities of Handley Library. Material available primarily covers the geographic area of the original boundaries of as everyone sang "Ged Bless America." Each pack meeting has its awards. Gregory Wright was presented his Wolfe Badge by his father. It is a hard earned badge by completing 12 achievements a total of forty- eight tasks. Commissioner Lynch presented Mrs. Delores Bissell, committee chairman, a cer- tificate d appreciation for hav- ing reorganized the inactive Pack No. 83. On behalf of the pack, Cubmater Phenneger presented certificates of ap- preciation to Mrs. Doris Shipe, Cliffside's representatives for the nse of the Banquet room: to Mr. Cedric Sullivan, represen- tative of Shipley's PTA which sponsors the Pack; to Mr. Lynch for his valuable help and to Mrs. Bissell for her work and dedication. The March 24 pack meeting E. Simons, a buffet dinner was given by their chidren and families on Sunday. March 13. The honored guests were given c rsages and boW mniere a[ silk flowers. The table centerpiece was a tiered wedding cake. Following the dinner, the cou- ple was given a gift basket con- taining many nice cards with best wishes. Family members and guests Brandon, Alice Lee Melinda Maye, Roger Beverly and Ericka, Keith Marianna Carlisle, and Tana Oyer, Christi sle, David and Virginia Patricia Maye and Christian. Unable to attend but best wishes were Avis Grim and Mrs. present were Lester and Janet Maye Turner, Frank and Bet- ty Simons, Glenn and Judy Maye and Hilary, Melvin and Devonna Snyder and Lorri and Norman, Bobby Simons, Ollie and Juanita Maye Pierce. Perks, with phone calls Lee Snyder in California Ricki Carlisle and family i~ Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Simons residing on Cooke Street Ranson. selected for the I983 West Virginia Juried Exhibition will be a Genius Night. Cubs were given their bags of items to be assembled to their in- dividual ideas and the objects will he displayed at the next meeting, Ren & Pam Parziale Rt. 1, Box 8E. Kearneysville, 25430 304-7 5-42 1 Slonewaee Potce~am Sal! ~) SHEPHERDSTOWN Approved Restaurant Breakfast Lunch * Dinner For Reservations: 304-876-2551 Live Maine Roast Venison changed to a dinner meeting to be held at Hilltop House at 6:00 p.m. on May 9. Please make your reservations early by call- ing Mrs. C.F. Printz at 876-6652. Surprise Party For Frederick County, Va. and this Announcement was made Lower Shenandoah Valley from this week by the 'James1732.Someoftheholdingsare: RumseyVocafional Technical books, genealogical records; Center of the dates that have local newspapers 1787 to pre- been set for the next PSB Test sent; photographs; census for Practical Nursing. This test records; 1790 to date; is required for applicants in- genealogical periodicals; PSB Test Mar. 29-31 information includes the peo- ple, places and events of the Three Birthdays production, The Teahouse of terested in being accepted into maps; cemetery records; and and 29 at 7 p.m. The play will be presented on April 29, 30, May I, 6 and 7. The cast includes 13 male roles (4 Army officers, I main native part who acts as nar- the August Moon, on March 28 - the Licensed Practical Nursing Program at James Rurnsey. rator, and 8 townspeople), and Ms. Kline currently is 5 female roles ( I geisha girl and organist at the St. James 4 various age women) . The cast Catholic Church in Charles also includes children and villagers. Scripts are available for sign- out at the theatre office during business hours, but there is no need to prepare an audition. Some idea of a particular role manuscripts including diaries, Bible records and correspondence. A genealogy workshop will he held on March 26th in the Hand]ey Library Auditonum 10,4 (hours tentative). Schedul- ed speakers are, Klaus Wust, Migration Patterns of German Immigrants; and Phyllis Jobnson - How to Get More From Your Family. The is free. regent, Mrs, Douglas Currier presided. The meeting was opened with the Ritual followed by the President General's Message read by Mrs. C.W. Moore and the Na- tional Defense report "Defer- red Maintenance" was The test will be given on March .29, 30 and 31, 1983. Ap- plicants must submit a $10.00 testing fee to the James Rumsey Center and notify the Center which of these days they wish to take the test, Test fees must he paid prior to the test date. Previous test scores on the PSB-TPN will not be accepted for the 1983-84 school year. The admission selection pro- cedure will be made available to interested applicants upon request by addressing inquiries to James Rumsey Voc-Tech Center, Rt. 6, Box 268. Mar- tinsburg, WV 25401. A surprise birthday was given Saturday March 12, honoring three birthdays, Anna Fields, February 23; Jackie Jones, February 29; and Valerie McDaniel, March 9. The affair was made possible by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carr and by Gary Clay, to whom those honored expressed special thanks for their thoughtfulness. DAVID L. PINES ADOPT DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. David L. Pine and their son, Robby of Fair- field, Pa announce the adop- tion of a baby girl, three-day- old Elizabeth Jo Pine. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Pine and the paternal great- grandmother is Mrs. Harry L. Pine. all of Charles Town. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Newman of Fairfield, Pa. Route 340 Harl rs Ferry, W. Va. Phone: 304-535-6302 FEATURES FINE DINING 7 DAYS A WEEK WITH Fresh Seafood.Entrees Chozce Char-Brozled Steaks Excellent Service & Atmosphere PLUS: OUR GREAT WEEKEND BUFFET LINE-UP Seafood Smorgasboard Every Friday i. 1 Town and she teaches piano privately. At the Old Opera House, she has been the accom- panist for several musical com- edies. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Kline Country Cookin' Every Saturday Boar Family Style Breakfast Sunday Family Style Dinner Buffet Sunday # I of Charles Town. in which you have an interest The recital is open to the would be helpful. public and will be followed by For further information, call a reception, the theatre office at 725-4420. !1 PI?NEER SEAFOOD Ii )YI YOU CAN EAT! ;TEF Fried Oysters ' and/or Shrimp '- SUNDAY BARBECUED RIBS Sing-Along from 5 to 8 Oldies from the Forties with Johnny Foltz U.S. Roule 340, East of Charles Town Next to the Blue Ridge Outfitters 7254655 Roast Pheasant and many popular German Specialties. Old World Dining g Lodging At Its B st All Major Cremt Cards