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| 4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE __ TIIUHSDAY, MAR(l120, 198 "Goodbye Charlie" Opening Tomght At Old Opera House partially restored Old Opera House, and she played the lead in Seven Year Itch, also written by George Axelrod. Barb also enhanced her acting skills at the Old Opera House Tommy James workshop. She studied dance at the Betty Lou Studio. She works locally for the Charles Town Turf Club and as a real estate sales person. She has two children, Greg and Missy. BARBARA WHEELER "Goodbye Charlie" open tonight at the Old Opera House. Written by George Axelrod, "Goodbye Charlie is an in- credibly funny play about a disreputable wolf's sentence as apparently handed down by a divine tribunal. What is this wolf's sentence? What else? He is shot and killed by a jealous husband and reincarnated as" a beautiful woman. This dastardly cad, "Charlie Sorel", is played ' by lovely Barbara Wleeler. Barbara has been with the Old Opera House since its production in 1973. She has charmed Old Opera House audiences with her songs, dances, charm and grace. She has had to scrap nearly all her feminine charms for a big green cigar and a tall glass of gin to play Charlie Sorel. In Goodbye Charlie, Charlie has a great deal for trouble adapting to his retooled physique. Charlie finds it ex- tremely difficult to give up his cigar and his slovenly behavior for a pair of high-heeled shoes and an appointment with the hairdresser. Barb has appeared in many Old Opera House productions including Sandburg in the Park, the Old Opera House's first production; Play it Again, Sam, the first production in the Tommy. James Theatre Workshop at the Opera House:  ! Miss Hooper, Mr. SOCIAL-CLUB :, 1 CarrollEngaged/ :[:::,' PHONE: 725-2046 or725-2047 ' ' i '1 - (I,000 or more donation) Miss Tammy Besser member of the Opera House and Mrs. Mickey Guest a former member of the Old Opera House Board of Directors. For April 3 Fete Mr Waxman Married '"'" "Goodbye Charlie", the Old Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Opera House's thirty-third l-looper, Jr., of Charles Town major production opens tonight I- announce the engagement and at 8:30 p.m. and continues on J forthcoming marriage of their Friday and Saturday at 8:30 with J daughter, Pamela Westall, to a Sunday matinee at 2:30. J  Harry Richard Carroll, son of Tickets are $2.50 and $3.50. For [ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William tickets and information call the  Carroll, Sr., of Ranson. Old Opera.House. Miss Hooper is a graduate of Jefferson High School, class of ShannondoleWomon's  1973. She attended Shepherd Club To Hold First r,:  ': presentedCllege in employed1974 and 1975as aandpartiS Meeting Of New Year time bookkeeper-secretary at A. G. Hooper, Jr., Inc. Miss Hooper The Shannondale Womans ;: 7. also works at the Charles Town Club will hold its first meeting of  1%: Turf Club. the year at the Mountain ' .. ..... Mr. Carroll graduated from Community Center on Thursday, Charles Town High School in April 6, at 11 a.m. All members Mrs. Reva N. Mickey, 1965, was an outrider at Charles Charlotte Reid, Pansy Gullick, who have not "reserved for the Democratic candidate for Town Turf Club and is now a Idonia Wright, Edith Peer and catered lunch are asked to call County Commissioner, will be H Horseshoer in and around the Helen Terry. honored at a dessert April 3, at 8  a Tri-State area. Miss Terri Lynn Heishman GoldiewhileVianait hasatbeen725"5846'a long cold ).m. at "Ben Lea", the home of A June wedding is planned, and Miss Marsha Leight Heish- winter on the mountain, many of Dr. and Mrs. Falconer Smith gl man, of Piano, Texas, spent the memhers have been involved Federal HillRoad. MR.&MRS. DAVIDWAXMAN Mrs, Sarah En e Friday visiting with Mrs. in interesting community ac- Mrs. Mickey has been most Miss Tammy Bessei', formerly was not able to attend, she wa tivities, some have traveled and active in church, civic and club of Shepherdstown, now a represented by her sister, Mrs. Honored 01184th WhittingtonThelma Hayslettwhile theirandmother,Larry have interesting anecdotes to workin Jefferson County. She is resident of Frederick, and a dressedGeraldinein aMetzer'pink floorWhlengthWaS R|hd v At Party Mrs. Evelyn Heishman visited share: Sharing is one of the a candidate for the Kabletown daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary -,.,--a/ at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. activities of the Shannondale District post on the County Besser, of Shelby, Michigan, ,gown with a chanell jacket, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Womans Club, who each year Commission, presently held by became the bride of Mr. David trimmed in matching lace. Penwell, and son Darrell, George R. Crim, who is not Waxman, son of Mr. and Mrs. The groom and his brother Mannings; Mr. and Mrs. Lester donate to the Jefferson County seeking reelection. Bruce Waxman, of Harpers Mr. Harold Waxman, who was billow, Kabletown Road; Mr. community by contributions to Ferry, Saturday, March 25, in best man, wore three piece pin Charles billow, student at the three fire companies, Blue Sally McCarty Is Equinuk, Pa. striped suits arid maroon ties. W.V.U., Morgantown; Mr. and Ridge and Wright Denny - Schools, Shepherd College, the Honored For Work The double ring ceremony was The groom's mother wore a [Mrs. Steve-Ruble, Jefferson solemnized in the Equinuk light green gown with an [Terrace, were Easter dinner Old Opera House, Jefferson Memorial Hospital and the Wome Of Moose United Methodist Church at 2 irridescent white chanell guests with Mr. and Mrs. George p.m. by the Rev. Ryu, pastor, jacket. Milton at their home on Jef- Mountain Community Center. All new .residents of ShaH- On March 12, Charles Town before an altar decorated with a Following the ceremony, a ferson Avenue, Charles Town. nondale are cordially invited to Chapter No. 1028, Women of the multi-colored bouquet of Spring reception was held at the home Tricia Coulter proudly Moose, honored their Junior flowers, potted yellow mums of the groom's grandparents, welcomes home her new sister Graduate Regent Sally McCarty and seven tiered white can- "Memory Ranch", in Equinuk, Jaclynn Anne Coulter, burn to for earning her Green Cap delabra. Pa. Fifty-six guests attended their parents, Mr. andMrs. Jack Degree. Five visiting Chapters and included were the groom's R. Coulter, on March 20, 1978 at exemplified the ritual. They The church organist, Mr. two great-grandmothers, andhis Winchester Memorial Hospital. The Latest In were: Front Royal, West-Henry Teeple, played con- two grandmothers and grand- Mrs. Coulter is the former minster, Frederick, Md. temporary selections before the father. A buffet dinner was Peggy, Vickers. Maternal l,,,tlirt  Martinsburg, and Berryville, service and Mrs. Carol Mac- served, followed by a three- grandparents are Mrs. Nina Va. Master sang the Wedding Song. tiered wedding cake, decorated Vickers and the late John L. Two candidates were The bride, given in marriage with blue roses and two silver Vickers. Paternal grandparents enrolled: Deborah Griffith and i by her parents, was escorted to hells on top. MRS. SARAH ENGLE A birthday party was given in I are Mr. and Mrs. Luther J. Fashions Gertrude Bell, sponsored by the altar by her father. She wore Guests attended the wedding Myra Braithwaite. Gifts were an ivory organza, long sleeved, from Michigan, West Virginia, honor of Sarah Engle at her Coulter, Sr. presented to the visiting Green Victorian gown with mandarin Maryland, Virginia, New York home by her son, Shannon N. Mr. and Mrs. Park Plumly, of Cap Junior Greaduate Regents. collar and ivory lace accents. In and Pennsylvania. Engle. Mrs. Engle is 84 years Rippon, announce the birth of a son, Pierce Watson, at the 7 .Past Deputy Grand Regent her hair were ivory flowers and Mrs. Waxman is a graduate of old.  i Marie White gave a 'This is your long ribbons. Jefferson High School and she Refreshments served at the Winchester Memorial Hospital, life in the Moose' on Sally. Sally The bride's matron of honor, attended ShepherdsecretaryCOllege.withShea deviled eggs, cake, potato chips,included ham sandwiches, weighingformer Sally Morgan of Rippon.8 lbs. 7 oz. The mother 4lLhlmD  was presentedmanylovelygffts Mrs. Terry Besser, a sister-in-iscurrentlya from her coworkers in the law, wore a pale blue, long firm in Bethesda, Md. potato salad, soft drinks and Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. M. S. Morgan of Rippon and chapter, sleeved dress with a jewel Mr. Waxman is working in coffee. A dinner was served by the neckline and lace inserts of ivory construction in Frederick, Md., In attendance were Josephine Mrs. Paul Plumly of Winchester chapter and a dance followed, on the sleeves and ruffled skirt, and he plans to attend Frederick Hardy, Becky Hardy, Mary and the late Mr. Paul Plumly. FRIENDSHIP AUXILIARY Although the bride's mother Community College in the fall. Painter, Katie Painter, Virgie Hospital Auxilary Brown, Jessie Dillow, Ida Mac TO HOLD BREAKFAST Eagle, Mr. and Mrs. Shannon N. Style Show Plans Members of the Ladies' Eugle and children, Garland, Auxiliary of the Harpers Ferry- Shenandoah Garden Club Members nny, Bruce, Scottie, Missy, Are Progressing OLD Bolivar Friendship Fire Cam- Served As Hostesses, Cited On Kevin and Mike Eagle. Plans are progressing for piny will hold a pancake supper Mrs. Eagle received many "Top of the Hill" style show and Sunday, April 2, from 8 a.m. Attendance At State Convention useful gifts and an enjoyable luncheon on Wednesday, April 19 until 1:30 p.m. The ladies say time was had by those attending, at Cliffside Motor Inn at 12:30J you can have all the pancakes On March 19, 20, 21st, fourteen Lyle, Mrs. James S. Hacker, Mr. and sausage you can eat for $2.50 members of the Shannondale and Mrs. William Gribben, Mrs. - ..........  ........ ., noon. I for adults; $1.50 for children Garden Club attended the 48th John Kriemelmeyer, Mr. and Members of the Jefferson over six and children six free. annual meeting of the West Mrs. Joseph Fitzpatrick, Mrs. P E R S 0 N A L S Memorial HospitalAuxiliary are busily engaged in choosing  Virginia Garden Club, Inc., held Samuel Simmons, Mrs. Joseph at the Greenbrier Hotel, White Rosskamp, Mrs. Helen Grimm.  models, selling tickets and acquiring door prizes for this Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Mrs. Alice Sweitzer, Miss Thursday morning, March 16, gala spring event. 40 DiSC0UN00 The Shannndale Club was Venona Terry , Mrs' Raymnd 1975' a bus lad f AARP A variety of the latest spring I cited for having the .largest Malay, Mrs. Dorothy Michaels. members and friends left fashions will he shown. Several number attending the meeting. Ranson for a trip to Orlando, As members of the Shenan- Royston-Hawkins Florida. While there they visited costume changes in straight and doah Potomac District, the Disney World and other places of Shannondale Garden Club Engagement Told interest, including St. Augustine, ON ' served as hostesses for the Florida, the oldest town in convention, in addition to the Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Douglas America. Made a tour of the : assigned responsibility for Hawkins of Water Street in town and went through the old registration of all guests. Mrs. Edinburg, announce the jail there. They arrived home F|LM DEVELOPING John Kriemelmeyer, acted as engagement of their daughter, Monday, March 20th at 11:30 chairperson for this task. l Donna Sue, to William Morgan alto. The trip was enjoyed by the _ Many excellent activities were Royston, son of Mr. and Mrs. following: Elsie and James presented, such as work shops, a William Walter Royston of Hough, Nora and Clayton We Can Save You Money plant salewithbirdhousesand Winchester. , Robinson, Dorothy and William feeders made by a Shannondale Miss Hawkins is a graduate of Prather, Leila and Walter member, Mr. Dale Pace, and Central High School in Wood- Jenkins, Jennie and Cletus Sive You Fast Service exhibits and guided tours, stock and is employed at LeggettDepartment Store in Woodstock. Lowe, Arrah Mae Lehman, thru A luncheon was held on Ethel Watson, Fleeta Writt Monday, March 20, with guest Mr. Royst0n is a graduate of Missouri Boyd, Jessie Beahm speaker, Mr. Chuck Ripper, Jefferson High School in Charles Bertha Holmes, Hester Fritts Bri g In You Easter Fil woll-known as an artist, forhis Town, and is self-employed as Virginia Williams, Shirley n r m S wildlife paintings, manager of a dairy farm. Golding, Dorothy Hannas, Jean The Awards Banquet held on A June 11 wedding is planned Spurling, Jo Ann Johnston' For Quick Deve Iopment Tuesday, March21, wasa gala in the Edinburg Christian Donna Johnston, Sarah Wolfe " affair and the decorations of- Church at 2 p.m. Josephine Reedy, Virginia Gray fared an Oriental theme replete ,,,, Phyllis Penwell, Helen Smout with beautiful large and small Jean Morrison, Virginia T i r e d o f Io va-;e*-'|...y ,ans on the tables and individual Faith in one's self is Anna Mary Lewis, Virginia Also in and wide come see our lotus bowls with candles. The the foundation of success. Newman, Bertha Jones Of Kites In All Colors and Sizes stage was framed by a huge Torry through which all Club a t t h s a m Presidents were presented by SHRIMP FEED & DANCE their respective District walls SCOTT& WHITE '--Mrs. Royce K. McDonald, Ail You Can Eat President of the West Virginia Jackson Perk's Post 71 Change Garden Club, Inc., was the guest Charles T nwn...... Pharmacy speaker,presentationthewastOpil fThingsher Charles Town, W,Va. wall overJn Wise and Wonderful". SATURDAY, April 15th Shannondale Garden Club RIDDL members and other guests from YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY Feed Starts at 6:30 p.m. the area who attended the 125 W. Washington St.- Charles Town, W.Va. convention are: Mr. and Mrs. S8,00 Stag... $15.00 Drag m W. Washin NEWLY REMODELED Wallace Amos, Mrs. Amos is PHONE: 725" president of the Shannondah March30-3T Club; Mr. and Mrs. Francis My Fair Lady, the first play attend the monthly meetings of done in the main theatre of the the Womans Club. Everything You ever wanted or needed to accent, accessorize, complement and com- plete your Spring, Summer right wardrobe can be found hero at THE MIRROR BOUTIQUE State Rte. 9-- Baker Heights Hours: Monday & Friday-10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Sat. - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tues., Wed. & Thurs. - 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. By Appointment Jefferson Girl Featured Powhatan School Lindsey Athey, above left, portrays dess Juno in the Powhatan, Va., production of "The Tempest" by Shakespeare. Lindsey is the daughte] Mrs. Louis B. Athey, of Summit Performed in the school Va., the production was seen by children from area public schools. above center, is Martha Legge, Iris, Juno's messenger, and Alicia takes the part of Ceres, goddess half-sizes will models, with moderator for Ramey's Shoe provide the Guests will be large banquet the pool side Mrs. with occasion. The luncheon dude Soup stuffed with garnishes, hot ro and choice of surpri prepared by luncheon. cordial munity to their efforts successful sPri ng auxiliary. Mrs. President, advance ticket ] in to Mrs. Arrah April 0. Tickets at chased by man 725-3527. RUMMAG The Gleaner i Class of, Church will sak Wednesday, Friday, to4 p.m. clsoing at 2 rummage to afternoon.