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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Former's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER22, 1988 II , Social News ,,in Going Up on New :00eason " Births Millbrook Chamber ,Orchestra music begin ! Chamber Orchestra's season's premiere promises to light a musical this season and the ones in- Leon Bates, world , pianist and soloist, a MiUbrook's opening | this Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Arts Shepherd Col- E. Zimmerman will perform two of ltic works setting for the excitingly-awaited by Mr. Bates, who will D beloved Gershwin and a not Chopin. himself as the leading performers in addition to his Carnegie IAlice Tully Hall appearances, times on the I Artists Series in San Fran- of his instru- led to many invitations to with major symphonies such York Philharmonic, the the Cleveland the National Symphony, Angeles Philharmonic, the Symphony, the San Fran- and the Detroit He has performed all over the world, appearing with the Dublin Symphony, the National Symphony Orchestra of Zimbabwe, the Strasbourg Symphony in France, the Vienna Symphony, the Victoria Symphony in Canada, and the Orchestra Sinfonica dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He performed the Gershwin Concerto in F with the Basel Symphony where a unique and exciting video was pro- duced in the form of a classical music video. In the summer of 1987, he played at Festivals in Italy and England. In 1987/88 Bates performed on the To- day's Artists Series as well as touring throughout the U.S. in a tribute to George Gershwin. He also appeared at the Festival in Atlanta in July of 18. Among the awards he has won are the National Association for Music Teachers Collegiate Artists Competi- tion, the National Association of Negro Musicians Competition, the Philadelphia Orchestra Senior Audi- tions, the Symphony of the New World Competition, the Rhode Island Inter- national Competition and the National Endowment for the Arts Solo Recitalists Fellowship Grant. A versatile performer, Mr. Bates en- joys joining other artists in recitals or symphony programs. He has perform- ed with trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, pianist Tamas Vasary, the Audubon Quartet, the late Gordon Macrae, and with the Alvin Alley American Dance Theater at the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center in New" York. ------BIRTHDAY PICNIC A 67th birthday picnic party was held for Louise A. Weller on Saturday, August 27, with great family fellowship, great food and fun and games being shared throughout the afternoon. Louise received many nice gifts from her family and friends. Family FFA Chapters To Sell Apple Butter The first meeting of the Shepherd- stown Chapter, Future Farmers of America, was held at the junior high school September 15. Apple butter will he made along with the Jefferson High School Chapter, Saturday, September 24, at the high school. It will be sold during the day. Officers, elected at a previous meeting, are -- Tim Walls, president; Donald Bosley, vice-president: David Smallwood, secretary; Raymond McNeal, treasurer; Eddie McKee, sentinel, and James Welsh, reporter. Parents Meeting In Shepherdstown FOR LOUISE WELLER------ attending included Joy and Gerald E. Hinton, Donald, Lois, Harry and Joshua Weller, Mr. and Mrs. John Conner and Johnny Lee Conner, Paul and Tammy Reel, Robert Weller and Robert Weller, Jr., Robert, Kathy, Tommy, Bobby and Daniel Hardy. Harry, Joy, Petie and Spenser Weller, Raymond, Reba, Ray and Ryan Weller. and Larry Weller. Invited guests were Terry and Reiko McDer- mott, Michelle Cross, Diane Dillow, Stephanie Nesslerodt, Rozanna Athey and Christine Blauvelt. --Baby Shower---- Richard and Angle Jenkins, Mar- tinsburg, were the guests of honor at a baby shower given by Richard's mother, Judy Jenkins. The decor was pink and blue. The floral arrangement was pink and blue carnations and baby's breath. The cake and baby bootie mints were given by Helen Dailey. Priscilla Timbrook helped with many of the preparations. Margaret Dailey, great- grandmother-to-be, presented Richard and Angle with an afghan she made herself. Mr. and Mrs. Larry "Rick" Fritts, Jr., Ranson, announce the birth of a son, Jordan Michael, Thursday, August 11, in Frederick cMd.) Memorial Hospital. The newcomer weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces and was 22 inches in length. Paternal grand- parents are Larry Fritts, Sr., and San- dy Fritts, both of Charles Town; maternal grandparents are Nancy Loudan and Gardner Loudan, both of Charles Town. Great-grandparents are Pauline Fritts and Russell Fritts, Charles Town, and Evelyn Whit- tington, Ranson; and maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Iamdan, Martinsburg, and Nellie Pierson, Charles Town. Garden Clubs Name Speaker Mrs. Paul Taylor, Sperryville, Va., will be the featured speaker for a lec- ture and demonstration at the annual meeting of the Shenandoah-Potomac District of the West Virginia Garden Clubs Tuesday, September 27, at the Bavarian Inn, Shepherd*town. Mrs. Taylor, a highly quahfied judge and active participant in garden club activities, has chosen for her talk a new design, Parallelism, which pro- raises to provide those in attendance with an interest and challenging subject. Monday, September 26, parents "'"'*.#;rtt'd-- v from three schools -- North Jefferson Elementary and Shepherdstown Irene Dunn elementary and junior high schools, have been invited to a meeting to be Dunn, a guest at Jeffer- held at Shepherdstown Junior High at Manor Nursing Home, 7 o'clock. ,= -' y recently. The session will deal with "Skills Packing Demonstrat'lon$, her son, James M. For Adolescents," a self concept pro- ( ,,. ,.L_ ,._ } Sat., Sept. 24 - 9A.M.-5P.M. j ) ,Ohio, her daughter, gram geared against the use af drugs / ,,,-q.mm 'Sun Se .... ,. .......... Riverview Park, and and alcohol and sponsored by Lions # SLEEPY CREIK z { ., pt. ,o - rtn-ar.iVl. ] Warren International. Lusby, Orchard Hills. Parents of children in the fifth and who also has three sixth grades at North Jefferson; the and five great- sixth grade at Shepherdstown Elemen- received many nice tary; and the seventh grade at d cake ar ! ice cream Shepherdstown Junior High, are urg- guests, ed to attend. -. k.r People [-Imr Desl,ns  ............................. ,., $25 dhi i ,. ram.. ................... se.a0 ,. m .................... , ..... So.uu Appointment not always necessary r-==-.===-=..-.-..,...,...? Senior Citizen Discount- Mon. thru Thur. HOURS: MON. THRU SAT. 9:00- 2:00 ALSO FRI. EVENINGS -- 7:00 - 9:00 30, Oct. 1, 7, 8 i li _x_ ;1[0 =P2b US as you enjoy one of the most prestigious arts p m and crafts festivals on entire east coast". Richard and Angela Jenkins, Mar- tinsburg, are the proud parents of a new baby girl, born in Martinsburg Ci- ty Hospital September 12. She weigh- ed 6 pounds, 6 ounces. The paternal grandmother is Judy Jenkins, Charles Town, and paternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Richard (Margaret) Dailey, also of Charles Town. The maternal grandmother is Joan Bennett, Ohio; the grandfather, Tracy Dotson, Kentucky. The little miss has been named Deanna Elizabeth. Susan M. and Bruce A. Kaiser, Sum- mit Point, announce the birth of a son, Michael Richard, Thursday, September 15, at 1:25 p.m. in Mar- tinsburg's City Hospital. The youngster weighed 7 pounds, I0 ounces and was 20v2 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Charles and Claudia Kaiser, Martinsburg; maternal grandparents are Charles and Josephine Fridinger, also of Mar- tinsburg; and maternal great- grandmother is Mrs. William H. Fridinger, Williamsport, Md. Kim Turner and Roger Stover, of In- wood, are the parents of a son, Travis Lee, born on Friday, September 9, at 3:23 p.m. in City Hospital, Mar- tinsburg. The young man weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19V2 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Donald and Hilma Stover, Cross Lanes, W. Va.; paternal great-grandparents are Evangeline Barley and Lilly Stover, Cross Lanes; maternal grandparents are David and Carolyn Turner, Kearneysville, and Jerry and Betty Hollida, Florida; and maternal great- grandparents are Mary Lee Armen- trout, of Florida, and Edna Turner, of Kearneysville. m MOIJNTAIIq HERITAGE Arts 6 Crafts Festival Se3t. 23, 24 6 25 the p . ;ttt#tSl IUSlCAI. -rd Slaw's .pygmalion" Adopted )ro rnaBook and Lyrics by ALAN JAY LERNER Music by FREDERICK LOEWE OPERA HOUSE Charles Town, W. Va. Call (304) 725-4420 OPEN DALLY lOam.6pm Hundreds of crafts people Down Home Food and Drink Free Parking Live Bluegrass entertainment. Just off US Rt 340 between Harpers Ferry & Charles Town. Admission is $4 for adults & $2 for children ages 6 to 15. NO PETS, PLEASE. IN WV, CALL 13041725-2055 Carol Corcoran and Scott Jones, of Charles Town, are the parents of twin sons, Matthew Shawn and Andrew Todd, horn on Saturday, September I0, at 2:52 and 2:55 p.m. respectively in Martinsburg's City Hospital. Matthew Shawn tipped the scales at 4 pounds, 14 ounces and Andrew Todd was 5 pounds, I ounce. Both were 17/ inches in length. Paternal grandparents are Earl and Rita Jones, of Glengary, and Sherry Jones, Martinsburg; paternal great- grandparents are Annamary Painter, Bakerton, and Virginia and Andrew Gray, Martinsburg; maternal grand- parents are Margaret Corcoran, Mar- tinsburg, and Edward and Joan Cor- coran, Spring Valley, N.Y.; and maternal great-grandparents are Margaret and Matthew O'Keefe, Harpers Ferry. Baskets Subject For Garden Club The Tuscawa Garden Club held its monthly meeting September 6 at the home of Patty Wade. Beth Poole was the guest speaker, her program presented on the making of baskets. The program was fun and very informative. The baskets that were made were termed "beautiful". The club is continuing its landscape projects and plans to finish the fence on the Summit Point Road entrance. It also plans to hold a flea market/yard sale/bake sale in October. Among the items to be sold are clothing, household products, baked goods and plants. Guests included Mildred Eisman and Diane Montgomery. The next meeting will he held Oc- tober 4 at the home of Mary vander Zwet, Middleway. The Inn At Blackford's Crossing - presents - oct. 1 starring ,nna ran( james watkins W O O L Gt.AhTeH E R E R I II IIII I I I II I II a different kind of romance written by: william mastrosimone - directed by: dan anderson for information/reservatlons / call: 1-301-432-8200 . I , MILLBROOK CHAMBER O, R CHgSTRA 10th ANNIVERSARY SEASON PREMIERE CONCERT SEPTEMBER 25, 1988 MOZART: Overture from "The Marriage of Figaro" ' MOZART: Symphony No. 41 in C, Jupiter CHOPIN: Sonata in B minor GERSHWIN: Rhapsody in Blue Soloist: [.con Bt NOVEMBER 6, 1988 BEETHOVEN: Lconore Overture No. 2 GREIG: Sigurd Jorsaltar SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 7, The Great APRIL 2, 1988 ROSSINI: Tancredi Overture COPLAND: Prelude from Symphony No. 1 RAMALEY: Shadows HAYDN: Symphony No. 103, Drum Roll CRUSSELL: Clarinet Concerto, Op. 5 Soloist: Michael Hoover MAY 7, 1988 WEBER: Der Freisehutze Overture ELGAR: Serenade in E minor HOVHANESS: Tower Music GREIG: Piano Concerto in A minor Soloist: Keiko Sato JOIN MILLBROOK ORCHEsTRA GUILD WE NEED YOU! TO KEEP MILLBROOK GROWING *500 , BENEFACTORSl '125 *1OO receives 4 tickets | PATRONS ] ,,, *50 2 tickets SPONSORS |SUSTAINING 2 tickets ! I ticket Address:__ Please enroll me os GUILD MEMBER In $ , Please send me non-Guild tickets on ( circle one ) regular, senior citizen or student. $ werwith. Please rs4vrn this form to-ENTL|R HOTEL, SUITE 292r moll to: MILLBROOK, P.O. Box $80, Shepherdstown, WV, 25443 1 I category enclosed