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July 26, 1998
Davies-Ryder Alan and Kathleen Davies of Annville, Pa., and Henry and Cindy Ryder of Greencastle, Pa., wish to announce the engagement of their children, Sharon M. Davies and Samuel R. Ryder. Ms. Davies is a graduate of Annville-Cleona High School and Shippensburg University. She is a staff accountant with Miller and Co., Certified Public Accountants in York, Pa. Mr. Ryder is a graduate of Greencastle-Antrim High School and Shippensburg University. He is a branch manager with American General Finance Inc. in York.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 27, 2013
Local potter Christine Souders has opened a pottery studio at Renfrew Museum and Park which holds her three-foot kiln and samples of her work. At this site she will be producing new pieces. The public is welcome to visit. Souders, originally from Hagerstown, has been intrigued by the medium of clay and remembers attempting to make pots as a child. As a young adult, she attended the Art Institute of Philadelphia studying graphic design and illustration. In 1993, after taking pottery classes at Hagerstown Junior College, she opened her own home studio in Mercersburg, Pa. Now living in Waynesboro with her husband, Howard, an antiques dealer, she has seen interest in her work soar, especially among collectors.
NEWS
March 2, 2001
Wedding Announcements for 3/3 Trobaugh-Albert Allison Marie Albert and Joseph Edward Trobaugh were married Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001, at Maugansville Bible Brethren Church in Maugansville. The bride is the daughter of Alan and Debbie Albert of Clear Spring. The bridegroom is the son of William and Suzanne Trobaugh of Waynesboro, Pa. The bride attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. She is employed as a mortgage consultant at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Frederick, Md. The bridegroom is a 1989 graduate of Electronic Institutes in Harrisburg, Pa., with an associate's degree in specialized technology.
NEWS
By TRISH RUDDER | May 23, 2009
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Christopher Zimmerman was the last 2009 Hedgesville High School graduate to receive his diploma Saturday morning. He was smiling, he was happy and he didn't mind being last in line. Held at Shepherd University's Butcher Athletic Center, 348 Hedgesville High School seniors graduated to a full gymnasium filled with family and friends, calling out to them and snapping pictures. High school principal Donald Dellinger said 44 seniors this year achieved a 3.8 or better grade-point average and graduated summa cum laude, the highest honor.
NEWS
By BRENDAN KIRBY | June 10, 1998
Ronald Lee Sanders, whose art career at The Herald-Mail Co. began when the newspaper was produced with hot metal type, died Monday. He was 60. Sanders suffered a heart attack while mowing grass at his 11600 Peacock Trail home, said his brother Gilbert Sanders, of State College, Pa. Sanders was the lone member of The Herald-Mail's art department from the time he was hired in 1963 until after the paper moved into its current building on...
NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | June 12, 2010
Artist and surfer David Wayne Moser lost his battle with a rare heart condition 20 years ago, but his family hopes to honor their "surfer in the sky" during a fundraiser at Hagerstown Community College on Friday. Proceeds from a surf-themed art book, "Surfer in the Sky," will benefit the David Wayne Moser Memorial Fund, set up for HCC students who plan to attend a four-year school or art school. Moser's family is hosting the event. Moser died April 28, 1990. He was a student the Art Institute of Pittsburgh at the time of his death, and was a 1989 graduate of Smithsburg High School.
NEWS
October 8, 1999
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Oswald of Smithsburg wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Michele Ann Oswald, to Sacha Christopher Hall of Reston, Va. Ms. Oswald is a 1996 graduate of Towson University with a bachelor of science degree in psychology and is pursuing a master's degree in clinical social work at Barry University in Miami, Fla. Mr. Hall is a 1998 graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in mechanical...
LIFESTYLE
By CHRIS COPLEY | chrisc@herald-mail.com | May 12, 2013
My mother made me a journalist. And a musician, an artist, a poet and a playwright. I realized this recently while taking in an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. - “The Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Art and Design, 1848 to 1900.” My mother, Rosemary Bacon, grew up in a small town in Michigan, the youngest child of four by eight years and hugely creative. She studied piano and played the organ at her church. She drew. She sang. After high school, she went to Taylor University in Indiana and took art and music classes.
NEWS
November 12, 2005
Harpster-Siepielski Catherine Nicole "Nici" Siepielski and Ryan Harpster were married at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at Berkeley Castle in Berkeley Springs, W.Va. The bride is the daughter of Robert and Diana Siepielski. She is the granddaughter of Don and Eileen Harmon. The groom is the son of Michael and Carolyn Harpster. He is the grandson of Elizabeth Stager and the late Paul Stager, and Myrtle and Joe Harpster. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 27, 2013
Local potter Christine Souders has opened a pottery studio at Renfrew Museum and Park which holds her three-foot kiln and samples of her work. At this site she will be producing new pieces. The public is welcome to visit. Souders, originally from Hagerstown, has been intrigued by the medium of clay and remembers attempting to make pots as a child. As a young adult, she attended the Art Institute of Philadelphia studying graphic design and illustration. In 1993, after taking pottery classes at Hagerstown Junior College, she opened her own home studio in Mercersburg, Pa. Now living in Waynesboro with her husband, Howard, an antiques dealer, she has seen interest in her work soar, especially among collectors.
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LIFESTYLE
By CHRIS COPLEY | chrisc@herald-mail.com | May 12, 2013
My mother made me a journalist. And a musician, an artist, a poet and a playwright. I realized this recently while taking in an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. - “The Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Art and Design, 1848 to 1900.” My mother, Rosemary Bacon, grew up in a small town in Michigan, the youngest child of four by eight years and hugely creative. She studied piano and played the organ at her church. She drew. She sang. After high school, she went to Taylor University in Indiana and took art and music classes.
NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | June 12, 2010
Artist and surfer David Wayne Moser lost his battle with a rare heart condition 20 years ago, but his family hopes to honor their "surfer in the sky" during a fundraiser at Hagerstown Community College on Friday. Proceeds from a surf-themed art book, "Surfer in the Sky," will benefit the David Wayne Moser Memorial Fund, set up for HCC students who plan to attend a four-year school or art school. Moser's family is hosting the event. Moser died April 28, 1990. He was a student the Art Institute of Pittsburgh at the time of his death, and was a 1989 graduate of Smithsburg High School.
NEWS
By TRISH RUDDER | May 23, 2009
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Christopher Zimmerman was the last 2009 Hedgesville High School graduate to receive his diploma Saturday morning. He was smiling, he was happy and he didn't mind being last in line. Held at Shepherd University's Butcher Athletic Center, 348 Hedgesville High School seniors graduated to a full gymnasium filled with family and friends, calling out to them and snapping pictures. High school principal Donald Dellinger said 44 seniors this year achieved a 3.8 or better grade-point average and graduated summa cum laude, the highest honor.
NEWS
November 12, 2005
Harpster-Siepielski Catherine Nicole "Nici" Siepielski and Ryan Harpster were married at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at Berkeley Castle in Berkeley Springs, W.Va. The bride is the daughter of Robert and Diana Siepielski. She is the granddaughter of Don and Eileen Harmon. The groom is the son of Michael and Carolyn Harpster. He is the grandson of Elizabeth Stager and the late Paul Stager, and Myrtle and Joe Harpster. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
NEWS
August 21, 2004
Spruill-Donius Jennifer Marie Spruill and Adam George Donius announce their engagement. Ms. Spruill is the daughter of Jeff and Marie Oyster of Hagerstown and Jerry Spruill of Huntingtown, Md. She is a 2002 graduate of Smithsburg High School, received an associate of arts degree from Hagerstown Community College and will attend Hood College in Frederick, Md., in the fall. She is employed as a teacher with Rehoboth Day Care Center in Williamsport. Mr. Donius is the son of Stephen and Andrea Donius of Smithsburg.
NEWS
March 2, 2001
Wedding Announcements for 3/3 Trobaugh-Albert Allison Marie Albert and Joseph Edward Trobaugh were married Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001, at Maugansville Bible Brethren Church in Maugansville. The bride is the daughter of Alan and Debbie Albert of Clear Spring. The bridegroom is the son of William and Suzanne Trobaugh of Waynesboro, Pa. The bride attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. She is employed as a mortgage consultant at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Frederick, Md. The bridegroom is a 1989 graduate of Electronic Institutes in Harrisburg, Pa., with an associate's degree in specialized technology.
NEWS
July 26, 1998
Davies-Ryder Alan and Kathleen Davies of Annville, Pa., and Henry and Cindy Ryder of Greencastle, Pa., wish to announce the engagement of their children, Sharon M. Davies and Samuel R. Ryder. Ms. Davies is a graduate of Annville-Cleona High School and Shippensburg University. She is a staff accountant with Miller and Co., Certified Public Accountants in York, Pa. Mr. Ryder is a graduate of Greencastle-Antrim High School and Shippensburg University. He is a branch manager with American General Finance Inc. in York.
NEWS
By BRENDAN KIRBY | June 10, 1998
Ronald Lee Sanders, whose art career at The Herald-Mail Co. began when the newspaper was produced with hot metal type, died Monday. He was 60. Sanders suffered a heart attack while mowing grass at his 11600 Peacock Trail home, said his brother Gilbert Sanders, of State College, Pa. Sanders was the lone member of The Herald-Mail's art department from the time he was hired in 1963 until after the paper moved into its current building on...
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