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December 10, 1964

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Choir To Present Program Church Sunday 7:30 ;hepherd College a concert of sacred December 13, Presbyter- :g at 7:30 p.m. Will sing a program Christmas music. Pro- Wildeboor, direct- that part of this Will be heard on the of the Mutual Bro during the Ch- The choir just .ComPleted the tape re- this purpose. is composed of nearly of Shepherd College of West Virginia, a, Maryland, and Del- New Jersey. by O1- 3unior music major Md. will also by Antonio Vi- Is a setting of the which starts, "Gl- en high and on to men of good will." of this work are several solo sec Choir lions. Some of the soloists are Miss Beverly Hull, Boonsboro, a senior majoring in Art; Mrs. Mary Rae Dourakes, a senior mu- sic major from Martinsburg; Miss Collene Teare, a freshman music major from Milton, Del. Deputy VA Director To Be In Charles Town Announcement was made this week by Ray L. Sencindiver, de- puty director of the West Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs offices in Martinsburg, that he will be at the American Legion ttome in Charles Town Friday, Dec. 11, for the purpose of assist ing veterans, their dependents, or beneficiaries, with government be nefits to which they may be en- titled. Mr. John Howard spent several clays recently, with relativies and friends in Morgantown. epsake li) I Aiv$ O N C) R I N G p gest And Most Complete Line Of Psake Diamond Rings In Eastern anhandle NOW ON SALE nO money down and take them with you. Also Watches from $10.95. Other 21J Name - ONLY $14.95. Watchmaker On Job YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO BUY YOU GET S-E-R-V-I-C-E, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I A Few On This is for women who have snow shovels and husbands to go with them. Tile West Virginia Heart Association suggests that you keep these two things in mind: 1. Even if your husband's health is fairly good, insist that he take it easy with that snow shovel. 2. If his heart is not up to par, check with his doctor before you permit him to shovel at all. "Cleaning up after a heavy snow fall," says the Heart Association, "should be considered for what it is strenuous physical exercise, es- pecially for people not accustom- ed to heavy labor." "Shovelling heavy snow and push ing stalled automobiles out of snow banks are among the more physically taxing winter activities What is more, in cold weather, a person tends to work faster and harder to keep warm, little real- izing the tremendous exertion he is undergoing. "The sudden demand for more blood from overworked muscles," says the Heart Association, "in- creases the work of the heart." The younger person in good health and the older person who exercises regularly, ordinarily will not suffer from the burden, im- posed on the heart by snow shov- elling or by pushing a stalled car. Here are several pointsers to remember. 1. If your husband has heart disease, don't permit him a shovel snow or push stalled autos, unless his doctor approves. 2. Consider snow shovelling as you would any other exercise. If your husband is young, healthy and fit, let him shovely away to" his heart's content. If he is over 40 and healthy, the rule is to shovel moderately. 3. Tell your husband it is gene- rally good advice to shovel snow before and not after eating. 4. It is better for your husband not to shovel snow to the point of exhaustion. The invigorating quality of cold air can fool him. 5. Lifting the shovel with the force of his entire body which in- cludes the muscles of his back and his legs is "less taxing than having the arms carry the entire load. Better still, hand the snow shovel to one of your children or to the boy down the street. Miss Tana Dillow spent Satur- day night with her litLl% (riend Sherri Lynn Wil~llt Engle~ ' CHARLE'S~WN, OI, D" DOMINION LOSE TIIREE IN HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE The Charles Town and Old Do- monion Appliance Company lady bowlers each dropped three points in action Tuesday, ,Nov. 24 in the, ttousewives Ladies Bowling Lea-i gue on the Winchester (Va.) al. leys. For Charles Town-Jean Dorsey had 108; Amy Alger 118 and 110 and Anita Brill 112. Leading Old Dominion were Marty Beeler with 114; Lynn Um- scheid with 106 and Marjorie Br- own with 101. STUCK & ALGER SPLITS MATCH WITH FRY MOTORS The team of lady bowlers repre- senting Stuck and Alger Drug St- ore in Charles Town divided even- ly a match with the Fry Motor team of Martinsburg in action in the Woman's Major Bowling Lea- gue on Shenandoah Lanes Mon- day Nov. 23. They won two points and dropped two. The local bowlers came up with games of 771, 674 and 744 for a total pinfall of 2129. Leading the Stuck and Alger attack was Virginia Dorsey with a high single game of 166 and high set of 462. Other scores for the Stuck & Alger team were: Roth 415; Grant 389; Moore 437 and Willingham 426. BAREFOOTERS MAINTAIN LEAD IN HOUSEWIVES BOWLING LEAGUE Team W. L. Barefooters 31 13 Tune Toppers 29 15 Buckboards 23~4 20 Melody Lanes 23 21 Spatters 22 22 Matinees 21~ 22 Reporter 20 ~ 23 ~4 Timekeepers 19 25 Turntables 16 28 Transmitters 14~ 29~ The Barefooters managed to maintain their two-game lead ov- er the Tune Toppers in the WX- VA Housewives Bowling League reaction Tuesday on the Pikeside Bowl alleys by winning four pot / T? ntg while ?he 'i unetnppers were Tootle Prain, who rolled a 37I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FM MERS ADVOCATE doing likewise, lhree-game set. the Kastle's Men's[ But the third-place Buckboards Shop lad), bowlers dropped a 3-1 [ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 196.1 2 lost ground in the race by drop- decision to the Queslion Marks in Anyone interested in participat- t'ainlings shouhl be picked~, up ping four poinls while the Melody action in the Brunswick Ladies' Lanes moved into fourth-place a- I)ucknin Leauue last Thursday i ing should hring his entry in by after the 31th The public is cord head of the Reporters by takingevening Nov';26 " ~[the 161h. Each painting shouldtally invited to attend four points while the ReportersMrs Prain ilad'a 1@4 in the firstI include lhc namt, of tilt, artist were dropping four. game and then came back to roll ttth..of the painting and etc. am Mr David l,ce tlenr~ of the U', Pat Wright rolled the high sin- games of 135 and la2 for a high[ medmm will be accepted-oil, pas- S. Navy spenl tile weekend with gle game score of the night, a set score of ~71. ller 135 game was [ tel, water color charcoal and pen- his parents Mr. and Mrs Garland 201 and also high set score of 455. also the h~gh single game score ot[ ell. tlenrv. Dottle Crowley had the second the night I .................. "--- ...................... high single score, a 180 and Fran 'e .... ........ e% Edwa.rdp, a .lV6.. . . . PIJDiCTL4 A C TDCI[C CflD 'll r. ~:sta Slusner naa secona nigh ,,aa. ~1,l,m Kelican 279"J Sninkstli: hllllllJ/IVl&lJ /IILL.ll 11111 .! . o ~ ..,.v.~ ~.,. -x,.a a.u aJO*" '1(',1 ~.a v;.-i-i, nor(e- ~0a ~ ,~ sey had third h~gh set score of] ~ ~ ~v m~, 447. [ . . .... , _ - _ 1 I . * ....... The tligh team game score was Mid.Winter .qen,-," -a,,h . u;, u roll,-! hv th. ~,..,~r,.,.,-o . ~,~t ;~ ~ i%L& ~./llat~..e ~k~.lL %.#lllklVll~*.,O Jt~Jffll lll~li k.~LllllmLll and he'Ba'refoo"t'er's'"a]s'o' roll e ]F tlval Ta Ra R,ld [[ See Them At Former Goode Brothers the high set score of 1827. .~,~=,vm ...,, .., ,. Gara-e Bid- Corn-r "' The high averages are held bv .. ,. . , ..... g g, : e tzongress-txeorge Biddy Smoot a 152! with Dottle A[ L~[~rt0n ~ ~e. ]1-]] l~ Sts,Beginning Next Week & Extending Crowley second with a 149; Dot I : ~ Brown, with 148" Evelyn Grant a A mid-winter art festival will }[ Until Christmas Eve, We Will Have A Wide Selection Of Sizes Of All Kinds Of 146 and Vwg]ma Dorsey a 144 be held in Charles Town featur ~ ~' ing the work of local countiansi~ qp D L~ L~ O KASTLE'S MENS SHOP both young and old. [[ 1 l~ 1~ 1~ ~,~. LOSE TO QUESTION MARKS The festival will run from Dec. Dec. 3-10-17 Despite a great exhibition by 17th to Dec. 31th at Caperton's. ...... :, ........, ... ~. ............,. .. . :. ,, ~ What kind of, a tiger do you want under your hood? (Have you priced a tiger lately?) If you're handy with a whip and chair, go for the 360.hp GTO. It bites. But then, even the 335-h p GTO bites. If you ~g|ck W|d8 -Track T|~ers want a sltghtly more civilized package (butwith lots of the GTO muscJe), try the Le Mans. You can get it with a six or either of two V-as. They all have bucket seats, Carpeting. And cost iessthan some tame cats. So go price a tiger Pontiac Le Mans & 6TO ~E THE NEW BONNEVtLLE, STAR CHIEF. GRAND PRIX~ C.KI".KUNA~ LEMAN.~ eTO AND TEMPEST AT YOUR AUTHORIZE.D PONTIAC D,AL.ER~ t I L-~[ I . I 22.0 NO!) H SAMUEL STRE'ET , *CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE, DECEMBER 24th, AT 5:00 P. M. CH A W .V A. IN HOL DAY F NERY, AND ARE AT THE S E A.M S WITH ,k" THIS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM IS SPONSORED BY THE CHARLES TOWN DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION. II