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0p To Pop" 01d Opera Presentation Saturday night only, the Old in Charles Town "From Op to Pop", :he fabulous Barbara shown above, for their vocal and music to Pop" will be Saturday night, at 8 p.m. Tickets are and children twelve zge and under are half price. has such credits having sung with and appearing in an premier, in Poulenc. She ap- Fantasticks", as d and Ten and as Eliza in She has toured 'throughout the mid- United States. rehearsals for Pinafore" to be at the Maryland Hagerstown and in both music RIDGE ACRES M. Downing 725-3291 Park service program Bolivar Heights. group enjoyed Comedy of l Production of the' Summer Festival. in the Park not be missed. Fran Hoffman have up here from St. i They were dinner Ursday of Anna home in Harpers in on Pauline Vale get some news. e was in progress Wellman, Pat blattie Funk and Mr. Stenger, a professor in voice and choir at Shepherd College, will accompany his wife on the piano throughout the concert. Aside from being the choir master at the Trinity Episcopal Church of Mar- tinsburg, Mr. Stenger is director of the Master Works Chorale in Shepherdstown, a talented group from Shepherd College and the area. He has performed such famous works of music such as "Handel's Messiah," "Mozart's Requiem," and "Brahm's Requiem." "From Op to Pop" will consist of favorite opera music such as Mozart, Handel and Puccini and popular Broadway show tunes including "Carousel", "Brigadoon," and "South Pacific." Their show has been hailed by critics throughout their performing areas as "a virtuoso performance," a "glorious soprano voice," and a "completely overwhelming performance." Advance tickets and reser- vations are available at the office of the Old Opera House, 204 N. George Street, Tuesday through Saturday, 10:30 to 6:30 p.m. Pauline so non-bridge news was scarce. Libby Cooper has house guests this week. George Jones and Len Wagoner are here from Baltimore. George's son, Marc flew in from Hawaii and Maude Beam drove over from Cum- berland. Beth Browning had a pleasant birthday celebration Friday night. She went out  dinner at the Greenbriar Inn in Maryland with husband Clark, Pauline Vale ancl Mattie Funk. More grandparent doings. Leroy and Ruth Lerch's grand- children, Debbie and Greg Wacker from Westminster, Md., have been with them. Amy Price and two of her friends from Alexandria spent last week with Amy's grandparents, Bruce and Evelyn Price. Cheryl Smith, who lives in Herndon, will spend the summer with Talma and Irene  FOR . YOUR CRETE MIX Handle All Concrete Professionally PATIOS DRIVEWAYS KS BASEMENT FLOORS ING- FINISHING  Smith. And our small Vanessa says she likes to visit grandpa but do we always have to have fried chicken and corn. There goes Col. Parker! Two special events were scheduled here at BRA on Saturday. Everyone enjoyed the fish fry in the afternoon. Bob Garman, Chairman, and his helpers heaped our plates with fried fish and cole slaw. He was assisted by his wife Edie, Randy Smisek, David Hilt, Gall and Bill Kidd, Mary and Mel Ridgely, Jeanne and Larry Kidd, Marian Fisher, Joyce Bentley, Barbara Evans and Frank McCann and of course, Edna Peddicord. Later in the evening, Cyndy Kitchen presented a water ballet and swimming team at the pool. Beautiful weather, Combined with trick diving, clowns and music, made it an enjoyable evening. TRAVEL & ENERGY The Departments of En- ergy and Transportation has announced a joint study of the adequacy of the nation's transportation system to meet future U.S. energy needs. !_-_---_-_-Z_-ZZ--ZXS__.L___Z__ SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 "The Rev. and Mrs. Robert I Campbell and son, Mr. Robert Campbell and Miss Virginia Shepherd, Mrs. Homer Ferrell, Mrs. Daryl Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Padgett and daughter, Miss Connie Padgett, have !returned home after having spent a week at The Anchor, a Christian Camp in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Martin, of Golden Beach, Md., are visiting their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James Jennison and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas. of Roanoke, Va., spent the weekend with his aunt, Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mrs. Elsie Housden is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Charles Town. Her friends wish her a complete recovery. Michael Mercer of Mid- dletown, Pa., is visiting his SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1978 cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Snyder. Seaman Arryl Roy visited his wife at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Padgett last week. He was home on a furlough from Great Lakes. I11., where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Terri Walker and daughters of Alameda, Calif.. have been visiting her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Miller Tina Miller and Ronda Hen- derson are visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammond. in Springville, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hammer have returned home after ha,ing spent several days at Atlantic City, N.J. 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