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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, May 6, 1999 9 IIII II I IIIII I II IIII I III I I I I III I I I Ia II I II I I I IIIII II II I IIII I I II I i = 7 i ~.~ ~.o~ow. Millbrook ist in the Piano Concerto No. 4 in ,' HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI a. Major, Up. 58. " ANNUAL BANQUET The other Beethoven work is c: lal"%nc'u"ng Symphony No. 4 in B Flat Major, The Shepherdstown High Up. 60. School Alumni Association an- Music director Leo Driehuys nounces that it will hold its 47th will conduct both works. "~ annual reunion banquet at The Its Season Saturday concerts are preceded Clarion in Shepherdstown on Sat- with a Friday luncheon called, urday, June 5. Reservations must popularly, Listen at Lunch, where be made by Thursday, May 20. The Millbrook Orchestra will the conductor and soloists explain Contact PatriciaA. Currier, Secre- conclude its 20th musical season the music to follow. Listen at tary, mR3, Box 726, Harpers Ferry, Saturday, May 8, with an all- Lunch will be held at the Bavarian WV 25425 (876-6702) or Peggy Beethoven concert. The perfor- Inn, noon Friday, May7, $12. Call Currier Talley, President, RR3, mance is slated to begin at 8 p.m. Brian Ganz the Millbrook Office for reserva- Box 658, Harpers Ferry, WV in the Frank Creative Arts Center, Shepherdstown, W.Va. tions by Wednesday. 25425 (876-3051). Shepherd College west campus, Brian Ganz will be guest pianoThe orchestra auxiliary corn- soloist, mitres will again host the summer BAND BOOSTERS RULAND SPEAKER FOR His playing " was delivered garden party, June Gala! and due- with a nice combination of com- tion June 6. Inquire of the Mill- Jefferson High School Band GOP WOMEN mitment, intensity and poetry," brook Office, (304) 876-3170 or Expo99 Boosters Meeting Wednesday, May 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the JHS Republican Women's Club of according to music reviewer Joan check out the web site at Band Room. Jefferson Countywilt hear County Reinthaler of The Washington http://www.intrepid.net/ 4-H members are practicing with their llamas in Topics to be discussed: upcom- Commissioner James K. Ruland Post. He will be featured as solo- millbrook. for Expo 99. ing band camp, fundraising, speak at the May 11 meeting at 99 will provide over 250 youth and adults from the preparation for fall concessionthe Iron Rail, Charles Town. A area the opportunity to promote and show their sales, assistance/support crew for Dutch treat luncheon will follow. / on Saturday, May 8, at the Jefferson County Fair- fall marching band performances. All GOP women in the county are/ on the Leetown Pike, three miles west of Charles Volunteers are needed for various invited but must make reserva- committees and for parking atten- tions through the calling commit- program for the May 8 event will include the horse dante at the Arts and Crai~s festi- tee or with Sue Collins, 263-4353, Lt 8:30 a,m.; sheep and goat show at 9 a.m.; dairy fitting val in June. by 6 p.m. May 10. workshop at 10 a.m.; the Dairy Show at 10:30 All band parents are encour- West Virginia's Governor, Cecil workshop and show at 10 a.m.; a Llama exhibition aged to attend! Underwood, will speak at a GOP HANGING loon and the Beef Show for breeding classes and feeder fundraiser at 7 p.m. May 7 at the BASKETS 12:30. Registration forms will be received at the Jef- Clarion, Shepherdstowm He will T Extension Office through May 7. he honored at a reception at liT t LI Plants 0 I-Ierbs concessions will be provided by the South Jefferson Rockland, home of County Corn- 0 ve aame Club. missioner and Mrs. James G. D J.12 -. Plant, free to the public. Knode before the dinner. Reserva- $ veumn~ tions at $25 for the reception and $35 for the dinner may be had by BANQUET MAY 13 4-H BARBECUE calling GOP Women's Club presi- reservations for defter- The annual Camp Frame dentVicky Brown at 876-6627. 799American Chicken Barbecue will be held Retired Persons' May Saturday, May 15, from 3 until 8 BLOOD PRESSURE HOURS: iuet are still available, p.m. at the Camp Frame 4-H 0pmFri.Sat~un or 725-1274. The Camp on Camp Frame Road in CLINIC SATURDAY !0AM-SPM $8 and will be ca- Hedgesville. Chicken barbecued The bi-monthly blood pressure 725" 711 0 stress this is open toby the South Jefferson Ruritan clinic, sponsored by the Shepherd- tny age. Along with this will be featured with baked beans, stown Ministerial Association, event, Chapter 799 cole slaw, homemade bread and will be held at Trinity Episcopal eged to present Ellen cakes. Cost is $6 for adults, chil- Church, Shepherdstown, this Sat- THE THIRD ANNUAL author and eolum- dren 12 and under $3. Carry out HARPERS FERRY CIVIL urday, May 8, from 10 a.m. until for the program, orders are available. Proceeds WAR ROUND TABLE 12 noon. The clinic is free, a pub- are issues affect- from the event are used to main- lic service, open to all members of and women. Remem- fain and update the 4-H facilities Steven L. Carson will be thethe surrounding community. MIDDLEWAY, WEST VIRGINIA takes place Thursday, used by hundreds of area youth speaker at the May 12 meeting of the Harpers Ferry Civil War l Fellowship Hall each summer. United Methodist Round Table. Carson is shown in GLASS SHOW Yard Sale ~ Antiques ~ Collectibles II0 W. North Street, the Press Room of the White AND SALE Hand Crafts ~ Baked Goods ~ Treasures The meal will be House delivering a lecture on approximately 12:15 ANIMAL WELFARE Abraham Lincoln. The speaker, Valley Glasshoppers of Win- an author and playwright, is cur- chester, Va will sponsor its tenth Donate items for the Middleway Conservancy to sell parking. Come SOCII 'r s BIG BAND rently editor of the quarterly artnual glass show and sale Fri- or rent a table and sell your own stuff. DANG MAY I TH MANUSCRIPT SOCIETY NEWS. day, May 21, from 5-9 p.m and RETIREES Reminisce to the sounds of He will address the Round Table Saturday, May 22 from 10 a.m. - 4 Civil 728-3821 for information MAY 12 Duke EUington, Count Basic and on "The Second Tragic Lincoln," p.m. The show will be at Shenan- the Dorsey Brothers on May 15 Abraham's son Robert Todd Lin- doah University Gymnasium, Exit SAT U R DAY son County Chapter from 9 p.m. to midnight at coin. 313B 1-81, 1460 University Drive. ? Association of Re- Hockman's Auction between Mar- The talk, which is free, will be at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 12, 10 TO 3 (NARFE) tinsburg and Charles Town. aecond Wednesday of Voom-Voom & Her Orchestra will at the Camp Hill-Wesley United lth, May 12, 1999, 12 perform at a benefit dance for the Methodist Church on High Street, Sponsored by the Middteway Historic Conservancy. Fortune Restaurant Animal Welfare Society of defter- Harpers Ferry. All donations are tax-deductible, and Jefferson Ave.) son County. Please call 725- Voom-Voom was a great hit at School last year's event, and a great time was had by all, listening and danc- IHT AT RACES ing to all 40's swing and ballroom. Opera House Theatre Celebrate those fabulous 40's -- Chtne Restaurant a Night at the dig out your favorite vintage from8a.m. 3p.m. featuringa mm 11 I! May 21. Tickets are frocks, WWII military uniforms :)Cr I/t O YI/C bY' P Tot4)Yty (Rt 340 next to Cou house) r Person and may be pur- and zoot suits or wear what suitshncako Breakfast the Old O House, you best. There will be swing Rummage Sale r by calling June dance instruction from 8 to 9 fen- Bake Sale Pony Rides MAY 9TH MOTHER'S DAY, Reserva- .turing Derma and Winston Smith and Plant SaiD" we will serve lunch buffet be made by May 13, from the Inwood Performing Arts includes appetizers,Company. There will also be Tickets for the aU-you-0an-eat and regular dinner menu. dinner and race pro-prizes for the best swing dancers pancake breakfast (8-12 noon) are help us make this and for best vintage attire. A vari- $5 for adults and $3 for children NEVER BEEN KISSED ~:':~ LUNCH BUFFET: aCCess and order your sty of drinks and snack platters under 12. Children 3 and under are will be available, free. Tickets may be purchased in ,:ls4:oo Adults $8.95 Children $4.95 Ticket prices are $20 per per- advance from the school by calling SALE son and $20 optional to reserve a (304) 725-8889. Includes: Appetizers, Soup, soup and rum- table for six. Call Kay at (304) 6 Entrees, and Dessert. at Millville Methodist 728-8247 or small