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O III CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. --- = - Mr& Austin Nicodemus Church Service Rev. Frank Wade will have morni! ,' prayer and sermon at St John s Episcepal Church on Sunday, Dec. 17 at 9:30; Sunday School at 10:30. Christmas Program St. Jolm's BpisCopal nnday Sohool wtR resen Rs Christmas program, "When There Was No SAY IT WITH A GIFT SUBSC ION TO THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE THIS YEAR Our Gff~ SUbscription depart- meat is il~v taking subscri p- ttoa A ea. ! is being marled to the telling them that you are sending the Spirit-A4 to them for one ye . asa, Gift. It Is a gift that goes far be- yond and people like it fee, and are reminded of you 52 weeks during tile coming ar. Mr. and Mrs. Emory A. Harder, Millville, Dec. 10, a boy. Mr. and Jerry Potter, of Bruns vick, Md Dec. 11, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell W. Ma- honey, Charles Town, Rt. 2, Dec. II, a bo . SURGICAL Mr. Clarence E. Hardy, Harpers Ferry, Rt. MEDICAL Mrs. Rebecca M. Garrison. of Charles Town; Mr. Burns W. Com- pher, Burkittsviile, Md.; Mrs. Lula C. Magaha, Charles Town; Mr. Davis W. May, Charles Town; Mr. Arlie W. Baker, Charles Town, Rt, 1; Mrs. Elizabeth C. Frye, of Knoxville, Md Rt. 1; Mrs. Helen E. Hoff, Charles Town; Mrs. EmmaG. Love, Charles To vn, Rt, 1; Mr. Herbert W. Everhart, of Nannie V. Town; Little Wanda L Tarmon, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mr. Lee Roy Henretty, of Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Millard M. Jenkins, Ranson; Baby James R. MeDanier, Jr,-Ranson; Mr. Har- old E. Roam:son, Millville; Mr. Glenn S. Higd0n, Knoxville, Md Rt, 2. you will :benefit from the best that the Klenee of eaa prevl4e. Light," on Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Luella Shefford, Martins- burg, were supper guests at the home of her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers. Luther Jenkins is recuperating at his home after being a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hos. pital where he underwent treat- ment for two weeks. Mrs. Robert Leake entered the Winchester Memorial Hospital on Sunday and on Mon lay under- went surgery on her foot. Mrs. Roy Lambert was bitten on ,the leg by a dog and has been under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Pope of Route 3, Box 47-E, Edgerton, Wis arrived at "Three Oaks" to spent a month at the home of Mr. Pope's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope and their relatives in Berry- ville, Va and Washington, D. C. Mr. Robert Leake is spending some time wRh his daugMer, Mrs. Dorothy Thompson, and Miss Bes- sie Leake of Berryville, Va while his wife is in the hospital. Mrs. LueHa Shefford of Mar- tins,burg were dinner guests at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Irs. Luther Pope, Wisconsin and Mr. Fred Pope of Berryville were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus on Friday night. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus injured her rigttt arm and has been under the doctor s care for three weeks. He put her arm in a sling to relax it and she is taking daily treat- ments in Winchester now. Mrs. Max Christian of Atlantic CRy, N. J and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr spent Wednesday in Kingsington, Md guests of the latter's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reutlington, Jr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, Crouch and three children of Round, Hill, Va were guests of .the latter s mother, Mrs. Margaret Payne. Mr. Vaugh Boyd of California, arrived on Thursday by plane to attend the funeral of his father, Mr. Calvin Boyd, who died on Wednesday, Nov. 30. While here he visited many friends of the Rippon area. Also have him visit copal Church tend regular!y: Recent Strai.th Briscoe /%ere Wheeler, Mrs. Richard Miss Elizabeth Smith, Mrs. Charles S' rider, Mrs. Robert Ran- dolph Smith, Mrs. Irv, in Moreland and daughter Mary Ann. Also Donna and June Ring were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Honor roll for last s)x weeks at Rippon Elemen, tary School were: First Grade, Timothy Yates; Sec- ond Grade, Lewwis Alien; Third Grade, Charles Jenkins and El- wood Breeden; Fourth Grade, Elizabeth Allen; 5th Grade, Debo- rah Adams, Augusta Malcolm and Dorothy Dunlap; 6th Grade, Sylvia Pollard and Dennis Whit- tington. Miss Barbara Wiley of Round Hill, Va, rs. Tony Cerevalo and Donny Ceravalo spent Saturday in Hagerstown, Md at home of Mrs, Ceravalo's father and sister, Mr. Elmer Jones and Mrs. Mary Kers .brier of Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and two children, Darlene and Ricky, of Frederick, Md were dinner guests of Mr. Magaha's sister, Miss Mary Magaha of Ransom Also Mr. and Mrs. Charle Adams and two children, Martha and Chuckle, were Sunday afternoon MRS. REID GERONIMO Geri Horn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horn, has returned home after spending the past six weeks undergoing surgery in the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore. She is improving nicely and would like to thank everyone who sent cards etc. while she was away. Mr. Jack Lottdon has been q i.te sick at home with pneumonia for the past two weeks but is improv- ing n cely. Mrs. Freddie Ranalli continues qttite sick in Winchester Memor- ial Hospital following surgery. Mrs. Ethel Winters left this week to spend the Christmas holi days with her daughter, Mrs. Anne Tait in Westwood, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Birdsell of Sliver Spring, Md. visited Mr. and Mrs. John Heafer on Sunday Col. and Mrs. Robert Leonard arrived in San Francisco last sat- urday after being among the pass enSers on the last trip of the Queen Mary before its retirement on the west coast to be converted into a hotel and floating museum. Col. and Mrs. Leonard are expect- ed to arrive home before Christ- mas. The W. S. C. S. of the Bolivar Methodist Church celebrated their ann al Christmas party Men day evening with a covered dish dinner and a most interesting pro gram with slides of the "Nativity" show by the Rev. Witliam Tal- bott and an exchanging of gifts It ,was well attended and most ins rational. Mr. Clarence Davis of Rowles- burg, W. Va. brother-in-law of Mx. James Leughry of Bolivar remains a patient in Baker Vet- . vansCenter near Martinsburg. Mrs. Ronald Lennon is recuper- ating nicely after being confined wit ha virus flu. Mrs, : of MeKendry Methodist Church of Washington, D. C. visited Camp Hil l Methodist Church Jast Sunday and rendered several numbers of Christmas Carols, which was thoroughly en- joyed by the congregation. The ' CommunRy Christmas Tree and Treat" sponsored annu- ally by the Friendship Fire Dept. assisted 'by other organizations and cl urches formerly planned for Thursday Dec. 21st has been changed, due to conflicting dates and will be held at 6:30 on Wed. nesday, Dec. 20th at the Fire Hall / ll children in the area are cord ially invited to attend. The Pollyanna S. S Class of Bolivar Methodist Church held their annual Christmas party at the church on Tuesday mght. There was a very nice program at which time gifts were exchanged and the secret pals for the year were revealed. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead gueests at the agaha home. i Mr. 8nd Mrs. Norma Whetzel Mrs. John Myers and tWO jand family were week-end guests daughters, Del)bie and Cindy, of of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jones, Alex KaWletown, were luncheon guests indria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Manor, Mar tin,burg, were Sunday dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. George Hitliard. Mrs. Jeff McDaniel and daugh- ter of Darkesville, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. on Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams. Friday af- ternoon Mrs. Myers and two daughters and Mrs. Adams mo- tored to Harrisonburg, Va. Miss Charlotte Kackley, a student at Madison College and Mrs. Ad- ams accompanied them back to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley, to spend the weekend. BY CHARLES J. W. SMITH Som4 ~t qtlea~y feel~ about thew~rd 'servant'. But a c age the fact that every one of us is a WW or am,serving other p pte in one way .or aueth . We/hat a freedom of choice in how we serve, good or bad. graeleas ev iy. We also ha ea:[reedom of choice in whether we should or should not be servants God. We have a freedom of choice in whether we accept Htm/ ts our leader. When we read the wools in scripture, 'Cem follow me" - we can be sure He has chosen us to be His followers. But the choice is ours, whether we should or should not. II TH & STRIDER MEMORIAL FUNERA HOME CffARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 2 Ttbro. During the afternoon I they notored to Frederick, Md. Mr. Paul Potter left November 29 for induction into the Armed Forces. His first assignment was at Fort Brag, g, N. C. Mrs. Jay Kanagy, Waynesboro, GIFT CERTIFICATES come in all sizes, redeemable anytime, Pa is a patient at Washington County Hospital. Mrs. Kanagy is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B hrman, eKarneys- ville. Mrs. Nell Stuckey of Lakeland, Fla is v- s .ting her husband's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Stuck- ey. Mrs. Frances Thee, Brunswick, Md who has been visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel, is now with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Zombro at Bolivar. Mr. Lewis MeCarty is a patient at King's Daughters Hospital in MartinSburg. Mrs. J. W. Kline spent the wekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buhrman The Presbyterian Church will present a Christmas program dur ing the Church School hour on December 24, 1967. The Circle of The Women of the Church will prsent their Joy Gift Program on Monday, December 18, at the Chu rch. The offering received at this time will go to the ministerial retirement fund. A play "ToAll People" wil.l be presented at Grace Church on December 22 at 7:30 p. m. by the young people under the direction of Mr. Gilbert Willingham. The Beginner and Primary Depart- ments will give recita ons a.t this time also. The Women's Guild Family Night will be held on December 20 at 7:30 p. m. in the "Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Floyd Simons Visitors the past week with the Lee Brown family were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring of Middleway; Mrs. Barbara Wolford and child- ren of Kabletown; Mrs. Elsie Maye and Mrs. Alto Stoneberger of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chapman and son Lewis of Winchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zambro of Kearneysville and Bertha Simons of Ranson. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Costello afternoon Mr. doctor. sympathy Chapman family due to his m ther death. Mrs. Frank Chapman who passed away Thurs day Dec. 7th in Alexandria, Va Services were held Sunday in Berryville, Va. Mrs. Wanda Ring and Mrs. Ken neth Ring and son of Middleway called In Mrs. Mary Chamblin on Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer and daughter of Jefferson Ter- race called on Mrs. Gladys Pulse and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Snyder and Mrs. Evelyn Jones of Bolivar and Mr. Melvin Snyder are in Huntington, W. Va. to take their mother, Mrs. Raymond Snyder who has been there with her dau- ghter's family Mrs. Skeens has been ill in a hospital in Lexington Ky. for several weeks and they are going there to visit her and discuss a transformation of a kid- ney from one of the brothers or sisters of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Snyder of Martinsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd and son Charles on Sunday. They all called on Mrs. Betty Townsen and family, Turf Trailer Park in the afternoon. Mrs. Louise Mason and Mrs. Virginia Israel of Martinsburg visited the latter s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and ,Mrs. Ernest Simons on Monday. Mr. and Mrs Melvin Snyder and familT visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gray in Berkeley Springs Sunday. Mrs. N ll ,Meade of Arlington, Va. spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Kilmer, 7th Avenue. Mr. Merle Martin is still a pat- ient in the Newton Baker Hospi- tal, Martinsburg, he would appr- elate hearing from his friends. We w' h him a speedy recovery. C .e IF In marion WI for pre.school children is provid- ed for this service. Church School with classes for all ages is held at 9:30 a. m. The church invites you to come and worship. Sunday evening at 7:30 p. m the St. Choir under the direction of Mary Elinor Peters, will pre- sent a Christmas Contata entitled "The Coming ~f The King" by Dudley Buck. The public is cord- ially invited to attend. Sunday callers of Mrs. Julia Vands were Mr. Lester Viands of Ranson, Mrs. Kenneth Mills of Ranson, Mr. Harry Shirley, Jr Rusty and Donald Lee Shirley of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S AD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1967 Middleway, and Mr, and Mrs. Al- bert Viands of the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. William Penwell and son Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Harpers Fer- ry, RFD 2, were the latter's parents, Mr. Albert Viands. BE WISE Eight different and gay holi ay motifs on paper to wrap Noel gifts for everyone from Johnny Junior to Aunt Tillie. You won't run out each holiday roll is 26" wide and 8 rolls add up to 33 feet of paper. IT'S EASY TO CHARGE IT One design to a box, m many Giant llS-foot reels of gay Fat rolls of paper in 8 attrac- motifs on foils; or embossed, Christmas ribboning in dis- tire designs 33' long, 26" glittered. Suitable for im- penser. Assorted colors, wide. printing. ### # LIGHTS TO FESTOON TH~ OUTDOORS Weatherproof set with 25 imported preitested lights (if one goes out the others stay lighted) connected in nmltiple to insulated wire. Equipped with spring action metal clips for easy attachment attachment plug. Assorted lamp colors. U.L. approved. vT'S F SY TO CHARG IT - 7 '-'":/--:: - - -2 . - For the II o'clock D mm s rang G ice, Sunday, December 17 at Asbury Methodist Church, corner of N. Charles and 1North Streets, " It ')77 Rev" Le Williams will use sal 'The Gospel of The Incarnation" for his pie: A nursery rig " r - tlny'lights that win and b infro Chrtis - For Au Your mas en m, ent. See stay, tightedwhen One !amp burns out. All-green cord and sockets, assorted bulb colors. Ring fastener for easy Ca//or Vh/$ placement of sockets on branches. With 2 extra lamps.