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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982 Moore, Carlyle Whiting In Wq diock June 12th l]endricks Moore, of Mrs. Florence and the late Moore of was married at the Presbyterian Qutrles Town, to Whiting of the son a~d Mrs. Carlyle of Pittsford, Carlyle Omciated. ,escorted by ber Thomas Raille an ivory peau de with re-em- ered white Wpliques, a skirt funn s falling train from a headpiece cap man rose-patterned on ivory illusion. roses, white ivy. honor was Sara the bride, Virginia. were Lou Ellen Maryland and Lemen from Summit Point, both sisters of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Sarah Elizabeth Lemen from Summit Point, niece of the bride. Best nan was Brian Carlyle Whiting from Del Rio, Texas, brothor of the groom. Ushers were Richard Hirsh and David Hurdis frmn Columbia, Md.; Carroll Bond from Cen- treville, Virginia bro or-in- law of the bride; and James Lenen from Summit Point, brother-in-law of the bride. A garden reception was held at the home d the bride in Charles Town. The bride graduated from Marjorie Webster Junior College and was employed by the Hospital Education Department, Children's Rehabilitation Center, Charlottesville, Va The groom is a graduate of Michigan State University and received his Ph.D. from the University of Rochester in New York. He is preseatly employed by Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md. The couple will reside in Columbia, Maryland. D. Valedictorian For Deaf, Blind l tricla D. Lower, the graduating class of the of Mr. and Mrs. schoolfor thel)eaf, werethis of Walnut morning (Thursday) morning County, had June 10 in the Multi-Purpose of being the room of the School for the of the 1981 Deaf and Blind, com- class at the West mencement exercises were PROFESSIONAL SUMMER GUARANTEED AT OLD OPERA HOUSE SHEPARD SOBEL JOANNE CAMP DAVID CROMWELL The pros are in residence at the Old Opera House in Charles Town, promising to make this an interesting summer, and promising too, to impart some of their ex- ~omrience in theatre to hopefuls this Eastern Panhandle and Tri-State area. Shepard Sobel, will remain here to direct another Shakespearan classic, As You Like It, to be presented beginning August 4. He previously directed The Taming of the Shrew and That Championship Season, two of the most recent presentations of the Opera House. He's being joined by Joanne Camp, who's giving up an off- Broadway role in Geniuses (and perhaps missing a chance for even better roles), to participate in this summer program and a series of stmuner workshops starting in early July Her list of stage and television credits is im- pressive. Then there's David Crom- well, now playing the lead in the District of Columbia's* Folger Theatre presentation of Comedy of Errors; and Henry Fonte, also armed with an impressive list of credits in resident, summer, and dinner theatre and in telev on. This quartet will bring professionalism to the Old Opera House as they try to impart some of their ex- perience to area ~ in a series of four workshops. . Miss Camp will conduct the workshop on "An Actor and His Voice." The sessions will be for three hours a week for a five week period. The lower age limit is 15, there is no upper age limit. The cost will be $35 for each course, and enrollment will be limited. Further information is available by calling 725-0680. Then, professiormlism will extend itself into "As You Like It," beginning August 4, for six performances, when Sobel directs Camp, Cromwell and Fonte in the popular Shakespearean production at the Opera House. It is suggested also that reservations for AS Yon Like It be made now. Tickets have HENRY FONTE been on sale for several weeks and are going fast. Opening night ticket-holders are in- vited to a gala champagne John A. Bullock III Graduates From l vM Academy Ensign John A Bullock HI, temporary duty with a sp~qal USN, graduated from the naval architecture project in United States Naval Academy Annapolis and will report for in Annapolis, Md last flight Iraining in Pensacola, Saturday, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Naval Architecture. He is the son of Johanna Van Tol Bullock and grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. H. B. Van Tol. Ensign Bullock will be on Florida on October 1. local people attending the ceremonies in Annapolis were Mr. and Mrs. Willimn Van Tol, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Tol and Dr. and Mrs. Joffrey Wilson. forthe Deaf held Friday morning at 10 S$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ located in Romney, am. 1 FAMILY FUN NIGHT 1 B Lower won this Dr. Donald Swope, pastor of the School for the the Romney Presbyterian Every Thursday 7:30 P.M. essie Le na Rayl Church, delivered the bac-1 1st C~me WINlqH TAKE ALL1 n the same honor calaureate sermon and Father UPlCKITSPECIAL $50@ ,I for the Blind. RichardReece, Vicar of Saint $ =.JAaflDOT $3. JI.JAa{POT $3~}, ~u*eaU services Stephens Episcopal Church, $ EARLY BIRD SPECIAL $Oi$OgqECUK raduati ag seniors Ronmey gave the invocation REGULAR GAMES sFEaAL GAMm for the Blind and and benediction for the $ PUBLIC INVITED MINIMUM AGE 16 $ who made up program. $ CHARLES TOWN LIONS CENTER $ $ S. George St. & ~ad Avenue Ram4m, W. Va. YARD SALE $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$SSSSSSSS$ FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE ,It's T/w supplies and picture frames from rae (Everman House). items, Girls clothes from . June 18th - 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. June 19th - 12 N S P.M. S 1, Shdy Acres Subdivision Palmer, television, stage and screen that the Duraclean absorbent takes the soil OUT doesn't simply wash as do-it-yourself and other methods why Duraclean is recommended by manufacturers. when Duracleaned, stay clean longer. require fewer cleanings and last longer. you money. reception following the per- forrnance to jmeet the per- formers crew, and director and to help the Old Opera House celebrate the beginning of wonderful things. Final auditions for As You Like It will be June 19, 20 and 21 by appointment only. For reservations, workshop registration and audition appoinlment, call the Old Opera House at 725.0680. Sobel, who looks upon local theatre as the "heart" of the effort, has another dream. He would like to see the Old Opera House become "professional theatre," drawing from the nearby metropolitam area particularly during the summer when live theatre there is closed. For this, state and local financial support would be necessary in addition to current contributions from other sources such as the National Endowment for the Performing Arts. That, however, is a decision which must come from the board of directors of the Old Opera House, a local group. They'll say whether or not they want professionulimn to tal over, or whether they wish to follow the path that so far has been eminently sac- cessful in local theatre life. Daughter Born To Raymond Woodruffs Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Woodruff of Louisiana Ave Martinsburg announce the birth of first child a girl Amber Belle, June 10 at 3:10 a.m. in Winchester Va. Memorial Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds and 3 ouncm and was 20 inches long. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ragh Ehner Davids of Harpers Ferry. Maternal great-grandparent is Mrs. Gladys Davidson of HMltown. The mother is the former Pamela Davidsun of Ferry. t~mma ~ THE PACK HAT June 17 C ndortobl*Am o em live music f,n1~dng Nashville Recording Artist MIKE SHIPLEY with the Black Hat Saloon Band Bad sterts 9. NO COVER CIIAIGE Come Enjoy a Great Club, a Great Band, Great Time. Member~ Only tbr member lp at door. m ared. CHARLES TOWN MOOSE FRIDAY NIGHT 10 P.M. Until 2 A.M. "HOKISS POKISS" FOR MEMBERS OF THE MOOSE ONLY Parking Lot Security Provided. iii ii HEPHERD SCHOOL OF BALLE DURAcLEAN FABRIC SPECIALISTS CerlS S & UpholmerV CHARLES TOWN FREE ESTIMATES Carolou Russell, Director SUMMER BALLET WORKSHOP Preparations for "NUTCRACKER" Performance Six-week ballet course including pointe, character, jazz, variations, partnering and video analysis. Registration - Friday, June 18.2 S P.M. Monday, June 21 - 2 - 5 P.M. Shepherdstown Men's Sub King & G rman Streets For More Information Call 3@I Or Write Carolou Russell Rt. 1, Box 273 -- Baonsboro, Md. - 21713 9 Club Of Charles Town ! For Hospital Building Fund Pledge At PRESENTS CHECK-- Mrs. Gaius Brown, president of the Federated Woman's Club of Charles Town, graciously presents a check in the amount of $1,005 to Jim Bryan, administrator of Jefferson Memorial Hospital, as a payment on their $20,000 pledge to the hospital building fund. The money was raised from an International buffet held recently. Also, committee members who were responsible for the success of the buffet included Mrs. Mena Menon, to the left of Mr. Bryan, and in the right background, Mrs. ,John Lyter, Mrs. Forrest Willingham and Mrs. Leo Ruckman. (Photo by Tim Sinn) The State Federated as $1,005 was raised for the Woman's Club of Charles Jefferson Memorial Hospital Town introduced a new and Building Fund that was happy more extensive menu in an news for all members. International Buffet of xotic The weather cooperated foods with foreign culture at beautifully and created a Um spacious home of Dr. and perfect and relaxing evening Mrs. S.K. Menon on theas guests enjoyed, the lovely chairman of firs fund raising event with the following members assisting: Mrs: Mena Menon, Mrs. Forrest Willingham and Mrs. Leo Rucinnan. The Doctor'S wives and friends in the vicinity assisted the members of the Country Club Road, Wed. view of the golf course, the committee in making thls nesday evening June 9. This lushly rolling country side that such an extraordinary ex- social event was also a great was cloaked by the Blue Ridge perience. As the evening financial success for the Mountains. progressed members of the Community Improvement Mrs. John Lyter, CIP, HespitalBosrd,Doctors, tlmit Project of the Woman's Club Chairman for the club was ToPagell .~.------ .Ju I I R bonus fo !~ lien9 out anal~ // 1 Charles Town, W. Vs. 1982 ~ C Penr~ey Corr~oarw ~c SPECIAL STORE HouRs THIS WEEK! Father's Day Sale Thursday 9 to 8 --- Friday 9 to 9 Saturday 8:30 to 8 / II I t t 1 I I I I I I I I