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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, October 28, 1999 9 ,Tour SOC,ETV'S " Millbrook Sets ,ardens The Animal Welfare Society of tit 'e ~:,~.' i;,?,Second Concert ,Jefferson County is sponsoring" ",-, " At Local School' L In Dec. their annual Pet Photos with : ~ "N. # ~.}L'~ *' k. " " }~ " Santa. The event will take place at ' / ~ 4 f, ~IL ~ Middleway Historic Con-One Valley Bank in Charles Town ~ t The Millbrook Orchestra will on November 13 from 10 a.m. to2 t "~ ':'" a~ < ~ present its second concert of th~ is planning a trip to the p.m. Bring your pets and family to ~. ~ ~ t ~wned Winterthur Mu- have their picture taken with ~ B 1999-2000 season on Saturday, No- vember 6 at 8 p.m. at Wright Gardens in Winterthur,Santa Claus. You receive one 5x7 Denny School auditorium, West December 4. color print for $6 for each pose. Congress Street, Charles Town. du Pont Winterthur They make a great Christmas gift The concert witl feature Gardens is America's or use it for your Christmas cards. Bartok's Rumanian folk dances, collection of decorative All proceeds will benefit the Ant- Schubert's Symphony No. 6 in C arts and ornamental gar- real Welfare Society. Refreshments Major, and Schumann's Cello Con: on the former coun- and a variety of Animal Welfare certo in A Minor. Soloist Marcio of Henry Francis du merchandise will also be available. Harmonyatthe Old Opera House Nov. 6th Botelho, Millbrook's principal eel- museum filled with his of objects made or used list, is also the principal cellist for between 1640 and SAUSAGE AND The "Sounds of the Shenandoah", above, Charles Town's own barbershop chorus and the f'ucst the Chamber Orchestra of "The 60-acre garden PANCAKE DINNER place winner of the Mid-Atlantic Southern Division of the small chorus competition at the Hyatt President's Own" U.S. Marine Regency Hotel in Reston, Va this past May, will perform in the fifth annual Chapter Show at the Band, and the orchestra of the No- colors throughout the The Chestnut Hill United Old Opera House on Saturday, November 6th. The "Sounds" have won the Southern Division for tional Gallery of Art. Methodist Church is sponsoring a two years in a row and also captured the district competition at Ocean City, Md. Tickets are $22 for adults, $20 will feature a special Sausage and Pancake dinner at The November 6 event features a Parade of Barbershop Quartets at the Old Opera House and for seniors and $12 for students. tour of the museum show-Lloyd Fellowship Hall, Saturday, tickets are available from the Opera House, Stuck & Alger Pharmacy, Van Tors Village Florist and For reservations and directions to rooms decorated in his- November 6, 4:30-7:30 p.m. from members of the chapter. It is recommended that tickets be pruchased early since this event the concert, call 304-876-3170. foliage and orna- For more information call 304-has always been an early "sellout". Tickets also will be available at the 'Also available for viewing 725-7704, or 304-725-9209. Free For further information, call David Webb at (304) 725-1518. door. new galleries and special will offering. cons, including the Collection of Soup Tu- CHARITY BALL GAGEBY FAMILY 4-H ACHIEVEMENT HARVEST FESTIVAL ' an additional $5, you TURKEY DINNER TICKETS ON SALE REUNION NOV. 7 PROGRAM NOV. 1 AT CHARLES TOWN :the Americana Tour, Thursday, November 4, the BAPTIST CHURCH rs an overview of Ameri- United Methodist Women will Tickets are now available for The Gageby Family Reunion Outstanding 1998-1999 4-H ac- ~tive arts. There will also sponsor a turkey dinner to be held the Shepherdstowrt Rotary Club's will be held Sunday, November 7, complishments will be recognized The Charles Town Baptist of time to wander the in the Bolivar United Methodist 10th annual Charity Ball to be held at 12:30 p.m. at the Engle United at the Annual Jefferson County 4- Church will hold its annual Har- and grounds on your own. Church social room, beginning at Friday, December 3, from 8 p.m. to Methodist Fellowship Hall on H Achievement Program, Monday, vest Festival this Saturday, Octo- ur is not recommended for 4:30 p.m. 1 a.m. a t t h e C 1 a r i o n I n n, Engle Switch Road A covered dish November 1, 7 m at the Jeffer ber 30, at 6 p.m, in the church fel- " p, - a Under 12. The menu will be roast turkey, Shepherdstown. This black tie op- luncheon will be served, son High School Auditorium. lowship hall. There will be con- l t o b e m i s s e d a r e dressing, real mashed potatoes, tional event will feature entertain- 4-H Alumni, 4-H members, par- tests, games, a cake walk, candy, Lhur s gift shops. Filled with gravy, green beans, sauerkraut, ment by the Shepherd College Jazz ents, 4-H Leaders, Friends of 4-H, singing and refreshments. five objects, historic repro- applesauce, cranberry sauce, rolls, Ensemble from 8 to 10 p.m. and |LLU~qHA-IION~ ~Y'JAIVI~ and a 'Distinguished Service 4-H Prizes for the best Biblical cos- The Holders from 10:30 to 12:30. tume and other costume contests ~,jewelry, books, Christmas coffee, iced tea and dessert. Prices The cost is $50 per person, which WARHOLA AT MUSEUM family will be honored, will be held (please, no scary cos- ~ts, children s toys, unique for the all you care to eat meal are HAGERSTOWN - The Sci-Fi All Jefferson County 4-H mem- tumes; think of the little ones). nag papers and cards, and $7 for adults, $3 for children age 6- includes hers d oeuvres, drinks and,hers, parents, and friends are m :'related items, they are as 12, and children age 5 and under a chance to win some great prizes, and Children s Illustrations of wted " - Kids are invited to join in the fun. inn as the museum. This is a eat for free. Carry out meals will Proceeds from the Charity BallTivoli, New York artist ,lames " " All youngsters should be accompa- Yees o:~ll~Portunity to get wonderful also be available. For more infer- will be used by the Shepherdstown Warhola will be on view at the nied by a parent or responsible Rotary Club to establish the Guy Washington County Museum of ^^Dn -t-a vlk=t-, -r~=~ adult. The church is located at 611 ~nr IP~IrN, IINI~,~I/nit ~t~ family and friends on your motion, call 535-1520 or 535-6906. Frank/Emeritus Professor Scholar- Fine Arts in Hagerstown from Oc- tide incl, as shopping list without East Congress Street. h December 26 Jefferson Count Cha ter 799 ;so~ft~hand the crowds, ship Fund at Shepherd College.tober 29 throng . 5' P , o ' i i vited to attend the American Association of Retired ~Per person: Conservancy RANSON CHRISTMAS Frank, a former chairman of The ubhc s n opening reception on Sunday, Oc- Persons, will take a scenic "Mys- ,6nia's 0~, $40; general public, $45; FESTIVAL DEC. 4 Shepherd's music department, is a tobe~ .21 from 2 30 to 4 n m tery Bus Trip" on Thursda No i-n-g-ard.~' $40; Youth, 12-18, $40. The City of Ranson and the c h a r t e r m e m b e r o f t h e : Y' " tb presi~ can be purchased at Ranson Christmas Festival Com- Shepherdstown Rotary Club. Novel and modern, Warhola Slls Town'svember Asbury4' The bUSuMleaVeSchurchCharleSark art combines sohd painting ski p - - "-- -- ~hur's cafeteria or sit-down mittee announce "A Christmas For more information or tickets, grasp of narrative pic ing lot at 110 West North Street at Cafe, or you may bring Festival" on December 4 from 9 call Brian Foss at 876-2508, Teresa and a strong ~ - ,a. a.m. until dusk, on 3rd Avenue be- McCabe at 728-1690 or any mem-ture making. His signed children s 8:30 a.m. and returns before 5:30 ~i books will be available at the mu- p.m. Seats are still available at aaotorcoach leaves the tween Fairfax Boulevard and Pre- ber of the Shepherdstown Rotary m ke ideal holida ifts $30, which includes bus fare, lunch -/"/)l~ay parking lot in Charles ston Street in Ranson. Club. A portion of the ticket price scum and a y g . Warhola's numerous science tic- and gratuities. You do not have to "~jJ~} 7:30 a.m. and returns at 8Craft show; food and drinks; in- qualifies as a charitable eontrihu- tion and paperback cover paintings be a member of AARP to join this - ~r more information or to teract with law enforcement offic- tion. are distin t'v " " ' - " . c 1 e for thmr ambmous outing Phone Isabel Ebersole at -----.~ reservation, call Barbara ers, medical rescue personnel and ness and assured oil painting tech- 725-1274 by October 30 for reset- . .~[at 728-3821. firefighters; hear the Jefferson Pop CHURCH HOLDING nique . vations and payment. ~~ Singers and several area elemen-SALE OTOGRAPH tarT choruses sing Christmas car- Engle United Methodist Church PRESERVATION much IS; freemore!train and hay rides; and will hold a sale, featuring soups, J Kabletown United Methodist Church ~WORKSHOP The Council ongkging will judge sandwiches, crafts and baked i iddleway Historic Con-Ranson residence and business items on Saturday, November 6, 7 1. 1 . 41 lkf.lt st from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sellers are PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUMEI announces a workshop, decorating (they will be judged welcome for a $5 donation. Call /tot your Valued Historic separately), l'~r, 2~~)6~a Most Original- WIN $50 | ~Phs on Saturday, Novem- Prizes include: 1st place, dinner 725-5350 or 876-3241 for inside Ugliest - WIN $25 | 1 to 5 p.m. at the union for two at Bess's (donated by space reservations. Cutest- WIN $25 " | ~~a Middleway. Learn how Boss s); 2nd place, ham (donated The church is located one mile Satu day, Judging Held At 12~DI~Q.r by Food Lion); 3rd place, f ru, it bas- off Bakerton Road. Take the first from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. o,~ o ~.~t~=me,o~= o o.~ ::~,j~I~Y and date different types Opportunity ~ without rooarcl to race, ~graphs. Discover the best ket (donated by Barnhart s); 4th left after the underpass from Route color, reli~on, national origin, or handicap. I~ of storing and displaying place, floral arrangement (donated 340. Follow the signs. Serving pancakes, sausage lamage. Learn what by Cynthia's and The Magnolia and gravy, eggs, coffee and -" Oj t/ Located On ~s, papers, sleeves Tree). orange juice k~ 5 IlL~ Route 51 - Way are best (and worst) Festivities will end at dusk M/ITIlIIIIIIIBel =oa-=aaa Between Inwood when Mayor Hamill will light the The Chm'ch is located on Rt. ~5, ~ and Charles Town photographs. Don't let Christmas tree in the circle. BRINGING OUT THE DEAD ' Jefferson Co. miles south of family photographs Rt. 9 on Kabletown Rd. when preservation as- NICHOLA$CAOE 1:00-3:05-5:10-7:15-9:20 ' and available! ThisHARVEST SALE THREE TO TANGO will be taught by a mu- St. Peter's Lutheran Church ~:0s4:00-s:00.r:00-~:00 ~tor and photograph col- Women s annual Harvest Sale will~1~ T ~ =,--3 ~-=-~"-- ~"-~.os extensive experience in be held at the Men's Club Building ~ mu-~:~u-~nu-mu-~:u~ photographs. CostsareinShepherdstown, November 5, 3- nn'mrlr:npA DV aservaney members, $15 =avuu,-~.u,-v ~, . k aeral public. To register t~ p.m. Tome carry ouc Deer veg- ~s.tEv~uoo ~~iiii::ii :: etable, chicken corn, and ham bean ro~u, t~t JONES 1:00-3:00-5:00-7:00-9:00 ~a~a Martin at 728-3821 ~. wmhes 1:05-3:05-5:05-7:00-9:00 ~ovemDer ~, iu a.m. m z p.m SummerWalters !I'RY HAM DINNER will be a bake sale, farmers mar- RANDOM HEARTS ' let ranch Presbyterian ket, soup and sandwiches. Have .~mso~mao 2:00-4:30-7:05-9:25 ~t Duffields (Route 17)will lunch at our country market or !~ atry ham dinner on Sat- carrYebrateOUtthetheyeargOOdieSs harvest!f r later. ~1: '2:3 '4: '5:3 i-~#~ ~ ember 6, from 4 to 7 p.m. Please bring your own contain- ~e y enjoy the meal for $6, ers for takeout soup. Come in and ! nn i:; i~ll~uIo :* 7,os-9:ostaller, Chork~ Town browse and enjoy lunch as we eel-, : ~ ' [ren ages 5 to 12 may eat CHARLES TOWN 725 97S2 AL WELFARE ' i,I H, .H 700 E. Washington St. at Jefferson Ave, ii~( ,~ (A l~r 'IETY ANNUAL B Os P,OTOO, ,H s 7 SHEPHERDSTOWN, 876-9000 Comer of Washington and Princess Sts. ~ CEL~I"I~F~ 1869 ".TING NOV. 14 MARTINSBURG, 264-0900 real Welfare Society will ~,aitSNovemberannual membershiPl4 at 2 p.m. ~ 10th Annual i 1487 Edwin .Miller Blvd.~ . ~ ~~ . it rium ftheGraeeR ( lerTheMo1111tsilJS tldioTo Iii! ~aited Church of Chr",:~ .~ The PerformmgArts Ser, es at Shepherd (PASS) presents ~ ville. This meeting is ~ ~ THE KLEZMER [ current members of the ~ . fare Society of Jeffer- All members are en- ~ z November 13 & 14, 1999 : C O N S E RVATO RY BAN D i IMARKET i Come over the mountain for a studio tour o featuring crafts and artwork Saturday, November 6 created in h stonc Jefferson County, from nearby Shepherdstown to Middleway, ? 8 p.m. Frank Center Theater ,uring local z . . . West V rgm,a. ,flowers and " ~ While rooted in Jewish folk tunes, the music of the Boston-based I herbs For a map and directions to artisans m a . . : Klezmer Conservator), Band absorbs the influence of other tradi- and art,st s stud,os, v,s,t u www.wvarts.com ~ tions, blending Eastern European Gypsy melodies, latin tangos, or call 1-800-624-0577, European torch songs,Arabic melodic scales, and Dixieland Jazz. " " General admission, $15; senior citizens and Shepherd y 9.30 1.00 ~ 304-725-2055 or 304-725-0567 faculty/staff, $ I 0, and non-Shepherd students, $5. Town West Vi nla : Call Shepherd at 304/876-5497. . ~ The tour of the Klezmer Conservatory Band is made possible by a grant from FINE FURNIT~I~E WHIRLIOIOB & WHINtB~'DIDDLEIB FoL~< ,~RT the Hid Atlantic Arts Foundation and from the WestVirginia Commission on the Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal clientX, I I I I I I I IIII J