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PERSONAL Mrs. G. E. Webb ACTIVITIES IN . hND Telephone 2492 were visitors at and Mrs. Edward on Su,rld ay. L. Mills of Bruns- Thursday after- E. Webb home. drow has returned her niece Mrs. 'ittsburg, Pa. She a severe attack ~r visit. area were very ~out the Highway Town a few ca several perse,ns md hospitalized in- Lts of near week. The Garten home c~n Zerger St. is nearing completion. The young owners expect to move in before Christmas Day. The writer is sorry for the small amount of local news but due to a "dead" telephone on Mon day and again on Tuesday people could neither be contacted for news or get ,news to the correspon rum Operation ;Charles Town and her niece Jan- dent We are sorry and hope it % 14-year old dau- ] et McDonald 14 year old daughter and Mrs Jesse Alger of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McDonald doesn't happen often Mrs. Dora Whimbs, native of recove~:ing from a of Charles Town and former rest Buckeystown, Md. expect to cele- )n in Charles Town dents of Bolivar and Harpers For- brats her ninety-second birthday Ltal a few days ago. ry respectively. .on Christmas Day. She is in very ;hrna~ in the'local I The M. Y. F. of the Bolivar Me- I good health, considering her ad- thodist Church sang Christmas i vanced age. Her husband proceed- Prye and daughter Carols after their meeti,ng on Sun ed her in death te,n years ago. MONTHLY TIME day evening. There was a good at- tendance with the M. Y. F. group from the .Camp Hill Methodist Church attending. On Thursday evening, Dec. 24 the two groups of M. Y. F.'s from both Method- ist Churches and the Luther Lea gue from St. John Lutheran Church will sing Christmas Car- ols over the twin-towns. The time of starting has not been lear,ned to date. Movie At High School On Friday evening, Dec. 18 a movie will be shown at the local .High School by E. Wade Thomas assistant State Fire Marshall of W Vs. o.n the Chicago School fire which happened about a year ago. The movie is scheduled to start at 8 o'clock and the public is in- vised. No admission charged. There is a possibility that a short film will be shown on the recent Centen,nial following the Fire pic ture. After the movies, ten turkeys will be chanced off. Quite a num her of chance books have been sold. The local Fire Company have recently purchased an Army Sur- plus Dodge Power Wagon Carry All. It will be used mostly for mountain and ,brus.h fires. Mr. Lewis D. Nichols, B. & O. ticket agent at Harpers Ferry spent several days last week in Chicago, Ill. A group of young people of the M. Y. F. of the Bolivar Methodist Church Lncluding the ,pastor and ]wife, Rev. and Mrs. Collins enjoy- [ ed a Skating Party at Braddock Heights on Saturday night. There were thirty-five in the group. They enjoyed the evening dispite the wet highways and fog. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb were Mrs. David Gageby of Engle, W. Va., and Miss Maude Harrison and Mr. Joe Himes, Sandy Hook, Md. O,.q Dec. 22, Santa Claus will be riding all through the twin-towns ecting money high qual- OPeraled di,spensers No Selling. you must have $600 to $1900 to twelve hours can net up to $400 More full lime. interview write 1055, Boise, Idaho. number. CHARLES TON EATRE W. VA. handing out ora.nges and candy. aturday & SundayAll children are asked to be on ~:00 p.M. the street or in front of their 7.. homes soon after dark on the a- ":uu & 9:00 P. M. ;bove date. 25e Adults 50c and Thursday 16 and 17 3 HITS ,,,,,,,, W IH ,.ma a~p ~T~TS and Saturday 18 and 19 NO NAME THE BULLET j Monday and 21 IN COLOR! & 8 P.M. Wednesday find 21, SCIENCE- SHOW! , i'"'* ERiC FLEMING { ATNLEEN CROWLEY [ ur~vtt ~A~ imf~Al~o.~ :Parents Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mummaw an,ounce the birth of their first child, a son born a week ago in Charles Town General Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds. Mrs. Mum- maw was the former Beatrice Din kle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Dinkle of Bolivar. Baking fruit cakes, cookies and writing Christmas cards seems to be the order of the day at this time. Guess it slows down the news/t~: Hope to do better next ORDER OF PUBLICATIOI THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County. to-wit: At RU~ES held in the Clerk's office of Vhe Circuit Court of Jeff- erson County Dece/nber 1959. George Stephens, plaintiff VS Dollie D. Stephens, defendant Object of suit: To obtain a~ ab- solute divorce It appearing on affidavit filed in this suit, that the Defendant Dol- lis D. Stephen is a non resident of the State of West Virginia she is hereby required to appear with- in One Mont:h after the date of the first publication of this order, a, nd do what is necessary to pro- tect her interest ia this matter. It is ordered that a copy of this or- der be forl~hwith published once a week for .three consecutive weeks in The Sp4rit of Jefferson-Farm- er's Advocate, a newspaper print- dd in the town of Charles Town in the County 04 Jefferson. W. M. JONES Clerk of the Circuit Courl Henry W. Morrow ...... P. Q. Dec, 10-3T- i It Costs No More To Send the Very Best We have a complete selec- tion of cello-wrapped Christ- mas cards-d0 for just 29c, 39c, 49c, 89c. THIS CHRISTMAS DO YOUR SHOPPING AT THE CHARLES TOWN PHOTO AND GIFT SHOP riday. Saturday z4, 25 and 26 They were the parents of nine children, all of them living; and two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Evans and Mrs.' Mary Page have been living in Bolivar for many years. They visit their mother fre quently. Luncheon guests at the home of Mrs. C. E. Dudrow on Monday were Mrs. K. K. Cavalier, a,nd Mrs. Harry Law~on and her house guest Mrs. Sylvia McDebbitt of New York City. Mrs. Edna Kern attended an "Open House" in Martinsburg on Sunday, Dec. 13 in honor of the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson. The guests of he,nor are the par- ents of Mr. Lewis Thompson of Charles Town who is the son-in- law of Mrs. Kern. Quite a num- ber of people were in to congratul ate this remarkable couple and they received many lovely gifts and cards. Mrs. Bessie Clark of Charles Town was a recent visitor at the home of Mrs. Edna Kern. Miss Nannie Marlatt of Mar- ti,nsburg spent last weekend with her sister Miss Kat Marlatt in ,Bolivar. ,A Chrigtmas play, "A Sign Unto You" will be 'presented by mem- bers of Gospel Chapel along with childrens recitations on Dec. 24, beginning at 7 o'clock. The public is most cordially invited. Mrs. Pearl Hoffman of Pleasant ville, Md. near Harpers Ferry has been quite ill for several weeks. She was a resident of Bolivar for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Watsc,n and family of Williamsport, Md. spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Watsons mother Mrs. B. F. Eack- les. Mr. Herman O'Brien and son of Trenton, N. J. spent the weekend with their uncle Mr. Karl Grubb who returned home with them on Sunday for a visit. Prizes For Christmas Decorations Announced The Garden Department of the Harpers Ferry Woman's Club is sponsori'ng the annual Commun- ity Christmas Decorating Contest. Homeowners and residents of Har pers Ferry and Bolivar are asked to participate by trimming their premises in the classes: 1. Best decorated doorway. 2. Most attractive premises. , 3. Best window decoratio,n. 4. Besb decorated porch and entrance. 5. Most attractive outdoor tree. 6. Best church decoration. 7. Best civic or commercial dis- pla~r. Judging will be done from Dec- ember 25 through December 27. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard The Chrisamas program will be held at the church here on Wed- ,nesday evening, Dec. 23rd at 7:30 p. m. You are invited Mrs. Maude Everhart was a Sun day guest with Mr. and Mrs. Gar land Piper and family in Chestnut Hill. Mr. a,nd Mrs. P~obert Spitler of Baltimore, Md. were guests on Monday and Tuesday with the lat ters mot.her Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Merr~tt and family of Stephen City, Mrs. Anna Mae Flenchme,n of Winchester, Vs. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and family and Mrs. Mary Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Holmes a,nd children of Keedysville, Md. were Sunday visitors recently with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and . NOTICE! TO: MEMBERS OF THE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST Pursuant-" to ~he provisions of Chapter 35, Section 1, Article 10, of the Code of the State of West Virginia, and as previously author ized by the General Board of the Pentecostal Church of Christ, the members of the Pentecostal Chur ch of Christ and all other persons iz~terested are hereby notified that on or after the 28th day of December, 1959, the General Board of Trustees of the Pente- costal Church of Christ ,will sell, grant and convey the following de scribed tract or parcel of land to the Pentecostal Welfare Homes, Incorporated of Bolivar, Jefferson County, West Virginia. All of that certain tract or par- cel of real estate, containing 7.1 acres, mo~;e or less, situated i~ Bol ivar CorpOration, Jefferson Court- ty, West Virginia, known as "Brac kett's Addition, to said to,on, bounded ,on the West by Hamilton along wCmse line it adjoins for a distance of 509 feet, on the North we~ 'by Vail for a distance of 213. feet, (~n the Northeast b~ B!'ackett distance of 609 feet, on tile East by Burton for a distance of 201.5 feet, and on the South by Cheney Avenue, alpn~ which it fronts a distance of 800 feet. according to plat made by M. W. McDonald, Surveyor, dated July 22. 1909, re- corded in t~he office of the clerk of the County Court of sa~d county in Deed Book 104, at .page 40, az~d] being the same tract or parcel of real estate conveyed unto the[ said General Board of Trustees by[ deed from Harry O. Duncan and Edna V. Duncan dated January 28, 1956 gad recorded in said [ Clerk's office in Deed Book 210, 1 at page 47. General Board of Trustees~o,fl Pentecostal Church of Christ By Corbit Skee,ns Member Dec. 10-3T- Phone 367 Charles Town, W. Va. AIO FILES FOR DEHOCRATIC NOHINATION FOR GOVERNOR OF WEST VIRGINIA Attorney General Wally Barron (left) is congratulated by Secretary of State Joe F. Burdette as Barron officially files for the Democratic nomination for Governor of West Virginia. State Attorney General William Wallace (Wally)) Barron filed for gover,nor of West Virginia on the Democratic ticket Dec. 16. The 48 year old Elkins native, explaining why he wanted to be governor said: "I have done so becauseI be- lieve I have a program acceptable to all segments of our economy and which will be beneficial to all of our citizens." In a decisive manner, Barron. who has been described by a state writer as a man with "a quiet re- servo4r of o~nfidence and cour- age", pinpointed the "many ser- ious problems facing us." He emphasized: "Unemploy- ment is our major problem and must be overcome. My primary consideration will be to provide ishing tourist, trade must be de- veloped and maintai,ned. While our enthusiasm for our interstate ,highway program is highly com- mendable, we must still empha- size secondary and primaxy road construction." On schools, Barron had this to say: "Vigorous, straight-forward action must be taken to solve our school problems for the quality of our schools will determine the fate of our future." The former State Legislator pointed out that "West Virginia is one of our more fortunate states blessed with abu,ndant natural re- sources sufficient to revitalize our sagging economy." "All that is needed is a pro- gram that will harness our ener- gies in the building of a strong, dynamic, prosperous state. jobs not ,only for those who are Barron said he has such a pro- here and out ,of work, but also gram which he will spell out in for those temporarily out of our detail during the coming months. state because work is not avail- He further indicated that there able here at home." l are au~liary phases of this pro- "New industries must be attrac gram which will also be presented ted," Barron said. "The tax struclbefore the voters for their analy- ,tqare must be stabilized. A flour-i sis a,nd study. family and "Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Howard Everhart. Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Staubs family of Chestnut Hill were visi- a~qd family moved their tza~ler to tors with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hagerstovcn, Md. Mr. Staubs has employment there. Mr., Frank Staubs returned home on Sunday morning from Baltimore, Md. where he spent the past week with relatives. Mrs. Mabel Gift of Bakertc,n, was a Sunday guest with her son a~d family Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gift. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and family were Sunday visitors with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family. M~. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son Keith of Harpers Ferry were Sunday din,net guests with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lc,ngerbeam and family in Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Don White and children visited with friends in Brunswick, Md. ,on Monday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick, Md were visitors with his parents Mr. a,nd Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and sons Charles and Jerry, Ar- lene Maphis and Miss Geary Mar- tz of Dargan, Md. were s,hoppers in Hagerstown, Md. on Saturday. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furs The Leetown Farm Women's Club members enjoyed a delicious turkey dinner with all the season- al food to complete a meal Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger i;~ Charles Town with seventeen members present. The house was trimmed for the occasion with candles, Christmas tree and even Santa Claus The table decorations were candles Christmas tree balls and poinset- tas. A short business meeting af- ter dinner, the secretary read the air, uSes of the last meeting a,nd the treasurers report was given. The club members voted to give $5.00 to the Christmas Basket Program sponsored by the Red Cross, After some carol singing and several Christmas readings a quiz game and a guessing game were conducted. Mrs. Ily Bratina and Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr won the )rizes. The Christmas gifts were given out and the Secret Pals of the year were revealed with much en- joyment. Mrs. Cavalier gave each mem- ber a piece of ceramic's that she makes so beautifully. The group was the.r~ invited to the dining room for refreshments, it being the birthday of one of the mere- hers ,a beautiful birthday cake, devils food cake, punch, mints and nuts were served. Names were drawn for Secret Pals. The group departed after having spent a very pleasant day. The next club meeting will also be at the home of Mrs. Riddle- berger, Jant~ary 20 for an all day meeting each member will furnish a dish of food for the din,qer. Roy Furr of Hagerstown, Md. was a visitor Friday with his mo- ther Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wilson and daughter Karen of Pennsyl- vania are guests this week with Mrs. Wllsons parents Mr. and Mrs.. I. E. Moreland Leetown 4-H club members re- ceiving awards at the Achieve- ment Banquet Saturday night at Commu,nity Center included Way- ne Brewer, Bill Fritts. Betty Pus- ton, Charles Ware, Max Bell, Kit- ty Blue and Geraldine Fritts. The Leetown Methodist Sunday School will have their Christmas Program Sunday morning, Decca her 20 at 9:45. The Baptis~ Sunday School Christmas Program will be Sun- day night, December 27. Diane Collis spent Friday night with Marian Merchant in Charles Tox~,n. Marian returned home with Diane and spent Saturday night. Vicki Blue was crowned Queen at the Liibrary Club dance Fri- day night at the Jr. High School in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim were supper guests Sunday evening with the formers mother Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. Charles Duff Jr. of Miami, Florida visited Mr. a,nd Mrs. Lyle Tabb over the Thanksgiving Holi- day, By Mrs. Lena Amhrose Mr. Robert McCarty of Kear- neysville visited Mr. and Mrs. Mar via Breeden and family Monday night Mrs. Bessie Gageby was called to Sh'epherdstown Wednesday due to the illness of her brother Mr. James Putts at this time is better. Mr. and Mrs. Ken,~eth Owens of Tablers Etation spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spit- zer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tub Bagent and " "Yes, indeed! "Virginia, your little friends am wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age--they do not believe except what they see--they think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by their little minds. "All minds, Virginia, whether they be men's or children's, are little. "'lu this great universe of ours, man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect, as compared with the boundless world about him, as measured by the intelli. geoce capable of grasping the whole of t r u t h and knowledge. "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. "He exists as certainly as love and generosity and de- ~,~ votion exist, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Ciaos!, It would be as dreary as if there were no Virgmias. There would be no childlike faith then, no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence. We should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The eter. nal light which childhood fills the world would be extin- (0 guished. "Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in fairies! "You might get your papa to hire men to watch ia all the chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus, but even if they did not see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus, things in the world are those neither children nor men can see. "Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, but that's no proof that they are not there--nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders that are unseen and uuseeable in the world. "'You tear apart the baby's rattle and see what makes the noise inside, bus there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest maa, or even the united strength of all the strongest men, that ever lived, could tear apart. Only taith, fancy, poetry, love, romance, can push aside the curtain and view and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond. ) "Is it all real. qah, Virginia, in all this world there is nothing else real and abiding. No Santa Claus! "Thank God!--he lives, and he lives forever---a thousand years from now, Virginia, nay, ten thou- sand years from now, he will continue to make glad she heart of childhood." It was only S~ptamber, and 1597'e Chrhtmu was thin months In the future, But VIr$1ala O'Hanka'l ~fl was with in important I~b[~ U~h tO her, knew no season. That wiU why sh~ wr~hl h~r I~ to the New York Sun askin| "la ther~ Santa Claus?" T~ snsv~r to Vlrgbla' qusstkn, cemp~d hi a m4~ont M d~p splrRusl insight by Froncb |. Chu~h, stands even today as t~lanumt of faRh. ; ;'." SPIRIT OF JEFFER, ON r a rss ADVOCATE HI R, DA , I)ECEMI EI{ 17, 1959 2---1] sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Snowden in Martinsburg Sue~day. Mr. and Mrs. Ri~ea Kirk and Mrs. Eva Marston of Winchester spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William DeMos and son. Mrs. Owen T. Johnston and so~ Sam of near Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pcwell and sons of Chestnut Hill were dinner guests Su,nday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby vie ited Mr. and Mr,% Warren Walker in Ranson Thqrsday night. Mr .and Mrs. Tommy Lightner and family and Mrs. Lena Light- nor of Washington visited Mr. a~d Mrs. Dave Gageby and family Sunday. , s , ,-~ Mr. Eugene Haines was a :~,~, cal patient in The King Daugh- ters Hospital in Martinsburg last week. Eugene is employed at The Valley Board Co. in Halltown. Mr. Bill Putts and daughter Bar bara of Bolivar and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Gordon Gageby and daughters of Charles Town called on Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and family Sunday evening. The Methodist Church here will present their Christmas program !Dec. 22 at 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell re ceived word from Mt. Alto Hospit al near'Washington that their son James had been removed from the critical list. We are all glad to hear it as James has bee~ very ill. He is a nephew of Mr. H. C, Ambrose. By Pat,sy Zombro Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spiker of Ranon were afternoon callers at Mr .and Mrs. Harlan James on Sunday. Mr. Robert Goodell and child- ren Jane and Bobby, Mary Lynn Childs and Patsy Zombro attend- ed the Summit Point 4-H Club skati,ng party at Berryville, Vs. on Thursday night. Mr and Mrs. Emmett Boyd of near Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro of ~alls Church, Va. were callers at Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Zombro's on Sat- urday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry (~hilds and daughter Mary Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Inde,n DeHaven of Clear- brook, Va. were dinner guests at Mrs. Toni D~Haven's on Sunday. Mrs. Toni DeHaven and son Graisen spent Monday in Win- ches:ter, Va. shopping. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Marvin Pierce and children of Middleway spent Sat urday with his brothel" and sister- in-law Mr and Mrs. J B. Pierce of Inwood. Mrs. Roy Lambert is on the sick list with an infected throat and ear. AN ILL WIND In the country or in the city. at home or away, an accident could disable you anytime. Accidents hap- pen when you least ex- pect them, and often when you can least afford them. It's wise to have the financial protection of an tEtna Accident policy. He S. * CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 Alrm ~W mmm~ B. No gift says more... Especially at Christ mas, a gift of a beautiful World Bible is a nost appropriate and enduring remembrance. Authorized KinK,James Versiol A. FOR FAMILY-- Magnif- icently bound and illustrated refer*nee Bibles. Concordance Bibles and large print Biblea. $5.00 to $15.00 ~. FOR YOUNG FOLKS--Beautifully illuatrated editions in a variety of bind- ing~ includiag zippelnclosed volumea. $3.50 to $5.00 C. FOR CHILDREN--The Rainbow Bible with full-color pictorial cover, many illustrationL $2.~0 With zipper ~J~ CAPERTON BROTHERS Charles Town, W. Va. I Color Magic at Your Fingertips.. The Enamel With A 1,001 Uses use Indoors or Outdoors Use on Metal or Wood Fast and Easy to Apply 46 " 99 Professional Smooth Finish Long Lasting Gloss Non Fading Sun-Proof Colors. YOU'LL FIND A BIG SELECTION OF ALL COLORS AND AMOUNTS TODAY AT THE Home Ot "Over.The.Top" Fced (3mrl Town, W. Va. Phone 73 & 74 R. Eber le, MSr. /