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6--B OF JEFFERSON r.aR eRs ADVOCATE m.:)tor(-a to Chcstnu'~ Hill which dcr. Mr. and Mrs. 1:bay Cracker Hoff- SPIRIT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, is Donalds home. He is to leave ].(}59 Jan. 13th for his new assignment in Alaska while hi.s wife and dau I ghter will be with his family while away. We do wish Donald great, success in his new field the best of health. Mrs. Rosebud McDaniels and daughtdr Shelia and Miss Arbutus Wilt were visitors Wednesday with #heir sister Mrs. Claude l%Jckles of Charles Town. Meeting of W. S. C. S. Our monthly meeting of the W. S. C. S. of Chestnut Hill met Tues day night at the home of our sec rotary Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. The Devotional meeting op- ened by singi,ng Oh, Come All Ye Faithful, We were led in prayer by Mr. Humphrey Wilt. the scrip Sure lesson the sixty seventh Ps- alm was read by Mr. John Run- ion, Humphrey Wilt brought to us a wonderful message on the bir th of Christ as poem of Christmas were read which were as follows: There will always be a Christmas Josephine Mercer, A Christmas gift, Mrs. Runion, at his birth Ed- ith GarretS, I wonder, Annie Wilt. Christmas and the Shepherds, Lil lia,n Garrett No room for Jesus Georgia Pearl. Carols, Silent Night by the numbers the meeting was closed by a prayer by Mrs. Run- ion not many members were pros eat due to sickness. The secretary called the roll and those present were Annie Wilt, Humphrey Wilt, Josephine Mercer, Carol Laneas- master and family moved from a house on Ten Row i,nto the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Jake Holler and children. The W. S. C. S. held its regular monthly and business meeting on Wednesday night, Dec. 9 at the home of Mrs. Edgar Mills and Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel with good attenda,nce after the meeting Mrs. Mills served delicious refresh- ments consisting of hot chocolate fruit cake, cookies, candy and nuts. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mrs. Frank Hill motored to Scrabble on Saturday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morgan and daughter of Charles Tow,n were Sunday guests of her mo- ther Mrs. Lucretia Moler and her uncle' Mr. Fonrose Moler. ] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens and daughters of Shepherdstown were Sunday guests of Mr .and Mrs. LesSer Eichlerberger and faro ily. Gardner Loudan of Harpers Ferry was Thursday night guest of Mrs. Annie Louda,n and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son. : Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser Jr. of Charles Town was I;~riday guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Houser Sr. and daughter. Raleigh Moler, George Kidwiler and Bud Cogle who have employ meat in Baltimore, Md. visited their home over the weekend. Mv.~. M. C. lib/greasier who was a patie~at in the Charles Town Hospital a couple days last week has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Welsh Jr. motored to Ranson, W. Vs. on Sun day and visited Mr. C. A. Webb and family. Choirs Of Berryville Presbyterian Church To Give Xmas Program The combined choirs of the Berryville Presbyterian Church will present a Christmas program on Sunday, Dec. 20th at 7:45 p. m. at the church. Part I "Let Us Go To Bethle- hem" based on Luke 2:1-5 will feature "The March of the Kings" a Provencial Noel Tune by the Sa,nctuary (adult) choir. Part II "Lullaby To The Christ Child" Luke 2:16 will consist of numbers by the Cherub and Chapel ~Choirs. These choirs are made up of children 6-12 years of age. Ia part III "Glory Be To God on High" Luke 2:17-21 the Chapel Bell Ringers will play several sol ections including the traditional Christmas Carols. A special, ar- rangement of "Oh! Holy Night" for th~ bells dad choirs will be.the high light of this portion of the program. "Ding, Dong Merrily on High" sting by the combined choirs and accompanied by the Bell Ringers will conclude the presentation. The enti,re program will be ,an der the direction of Mrs. R. D. Goshorn and accompanied by Mrs. Beverly Whiting. Everyone is invited to attend. Lawson Botts UDC Has Christmas Party At Hilleary House 8 The Lawson Botts Chapter U. D. C. held their December meet- ing and Christmas party a~ the I Hilleary House Tuesday evening December 8 with sixteen members land Miss Judy Beeg as a visitor in i addition to Mrs. Carl Riddleber- ger, a U. D. C. member from Stau : nton, Va. ! This chapter has lost another real daughter and long time mere i ber in the passing of Miss Susan Gibson. Flowers and the confed- erate flag were sent for Miss Gib- s~)n's funeral. Miss Gibson is be- lieved to have been a charter mere ber since this chapter was formed ,in 1898. Christmas greetings were sent .the members by Miss Charlotte Argabrite of Harpers Ferry. A card of sympathy was sent to Mrs. Fred Byrer.ab ~he d~:attl of ht:r mother. Mrs. Charles Langdon was chair man of this meeting and read a Christmas story about the chimes in the church on Christmas Eve. The members sang some carols and exchanged gifts. The flower offering was voted to be sent to the Children's Haven. The refreshment table was cov- ered with a lace cloth and center- ed with a tray of green sprays and red balls and lighted with tall red candles; party sandwiches in pretty shapes dnacolors were ser- ved with cake, coffee, nuts and candy. Pfc. Harry L. Brown In Infantry Exercises In Baumholder, Germany Baumholder, Germany (AHT- NC)-Army Pfc. Harry L. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Brown, Route 2, Sharles Town, recently participated in annual battery training tests conducted by the 8th I,nfa~try Division's 2d Artillery in Baumholder, Germany The tests, conducted under real istic combat conditions, were de- signed to test unit efficiency to in sure that the 8th Division con- stantly maintains a high state of readiness i,n its role as a major (m~L m the NA'IO .~h~cld se in Europe. Brown, a light-truck ,Battery E of the artillery, ent the Army in February 1959, :pleted basic training at son, S. C. and arrived lagt July. The 18-year-old soldier ed Charles Town Hie-h Rosettes Junior Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Clopper The regular meeting of the cites Junior Garden Club held December 7 at Mrs. Cloppers home. Mrs. Ida Mason gave a ve| teresting lecture and ion o,n Christmas decorations. made some very pretty tree, and table ornaments. The business meeting was < to order by the president, l Corbin. The girls in the club decorate the trees at the Home on December 18 The s~ y cad the minutes'of the vious meetir~g and the trea~ gave her report. The meetAng journed at five o'clock. USE CLASSIFIED ADS ATTEND C~H SUND/I ! Hundreds of DRESS Acetate Rayon PANTS $4.98 to $9.95 FULL GOWNS $1.98 Gift Packaged Adonna Warm Flannel HANDKERCHIEFS $1.00 GOWNS $1.98 - $2.98 the hostess served cocoanut cake. PHOTO BY TONY VENT| devils food cake, ice cream, po-[~" Singing star Teresa Brewer gives Santa an important tato chips, coffee. Everyone enjoy- ]:~ ~ ~ , a Christmas assignment-the delivery of a United States od ~hefellows.hip and the.soeia!j~: ---'--- "--~ .....~ -~ ~-- ~ ..... MId--n The IoveV" rm~r. Mr. l-'au! rcumon Wlll reaall~ : :avlrt~s =Gnu .u ~u~n ta. .m- .uu. ,~,, "~ " * I*"-me scripLu- re lesson. *at .next- meet- " ~" recording artist, whose inimitable style has thrilled milhons lag ' ]~': - V ' '~" on radio and television, thinks that the now better-than-e er lvIr. and Mrs. Irvin Heskett and ~ Savings Bonds,,make ideal Christmas gifts for children,, and~familYtors Saturdayf Lovettsville,w~th Va.M~wefes EvaV~S [ CHARLES TOWN, W. A. ' i adul~ ,alike" They are the present, with,, a future, Teresa t-earL~ , " "" I~: ~~-----~~ ~~--~W-~-W-d-e'~W~ ~~----*-~-~%~'~ says, ' the one that keeps on g,ving. She recommends Lookin* For New Neighbors t'~_ .Hurry in l These Groat Gift Buys Won't WaiSt /" )f .~ I X Savin~BandltoaliA~mericansasflteideaIChrlstmasgift.t ....... The-~fIks in ur IYttle village]/~: HOPPING - // i: "~- ..... have been waiting and lkingfrl'" JUST7 S THE WEATHER AMII (ITIII~.R Frank Garrett of Millville to move I t~ .......... intLheir'newhme'Theirhme'3e DAYS LEFTS ~|lllP~,qPk|||qP III1|11 I~ tSllml~ llqw~ ~ is completed ready to occupy the i~t~: [ HP~lNlll Mllll Ni'W% I/l'M%, appearance on the outside, looks [ ~1111~ I'llq#/ illl~ll~ i111~ 11 ~PI/l~'lO very inviting. I feel most assured By Mrs Geol'ia Pearl and be very happy we will be,. ~ ~ ~=li,fi~/(i((~~~ , ~" s happy tO have them as our neigh-I"~.. , ~ { - ,,,,, , , ..... bors. ] ~', ..... cable We .......... Mrs. Virginia Wilt was a bus-l't~ ~~~4,]~3~ amer ann mrs. ~essle oaeKson mot, ores iness visitor in Purcellvilte, Va. 1~._. ~ ~ " ~"i.'~t .~,,-.~ '' ~ ~~/~ i) ~w~ther rather changeable .the to Baltimore, Md. Wednesday andSaturday. ~" ~ week. In closing the las~ were dinner guests with the lat- ~ I.a ALL LEATHER Gaymede Seamless .... :i: .~.news ~he grounq was cover- ters son and family Mr. and Mrs. I~lL~lPIr~Tdr~k| [~: w.im snow wnzcn.s~ayea ~n un Elmer Jackson, the three year old ~ll~r~||l~ [~ BILL FOLDS " NYLONS - - - 98c ill t~lmost, noon anct s~rong nign daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack- alWl~lltlanlaivu" I.] ~t~ about all day, a cold night, son was unfortunate a,nd suffered My Miss Margaret abuser $2.00 and $3.00 .,-- ~ay very cold morning, ci.ou- a heart ailment and the doctors ----- I~ ~ .-- Aoonna ltavonu ~ ' ": I~ " ,y altday ann a very piercing have advised the best thingtodo The Christmas Program will[:~- TOWNCRAFT PANTIES 59c 79c mrana another cold. night. WeD- was have operation but it seems be held Wecl'nesday nigi~t Dec. 231~: nesoay..mormng corn 9u~ not qul~e as though as time goes on the lit- at 7'30 in the Methodist Church. [.~ NECKTIES - - $1.00 ~ "~- _.~.~. as cola as toe o.ay oemre: some tie girls seems to improve and Mrs Sam Secure and daughterly.: ~ .-~---/Attractive New ClOUCly our. cmarmg aro~ua rnn play without any difficulty more o--' ............. *'~" HIRTS Plu:29: n ' o, noxvme ms. mr. l~oooy LOU ~ $2.981HAND BAGS SO ttle sunshine. Thursday mor-so than when a year ago the par. no, ,,e wo~,~fn'~ n (, ~.d ~,n,. [ ,~. . ...... , v, ..~ ...... ,~,.v.., ............... Wash .------ ~ ~ l ning_.clear ,rather.chilly a~ .but ents are hoping and praying thatand Mrs. Jack Loudan of Harpers]~-." :~)w~c::[es sunsmne a~u~ aJJ any. rlaay she will improve and mere willFerry were Sunday ~venin~ uuests [~; Na 0 t |l '{I ii mrrgn'g " cludy cl beemint be 'n peratin" We really hpe f" l~Irs Annie Lu-dan a'n~i Mr " - ~ Ol f with Some sunshine and a shower: **- ' ~,,.~ ....... .. _ .2-,,$~ ,.: ~ars..~o~a,9~mgan~ so .; Hundr d of ~ ' ~)9 - ~ .............................." *"o '"' ...... '--""~"' '~"r a P Mr. ,aria Mrs. ~esne ,y~q~ertm. ," Mr .ano Mrs. wnarms ~iS~wana SPORT SHIRTS $2 98 JEWELRY $1.oo & $2.0o ' or ..... ue' i t~ ~,, ra~, m..,nin~ rain com"~ alls Church, Va. motored to thmr daughter of Martinsburg ere ~" ~"~" "~ "" ~ ""~ ranch home at the Blue Ridge andSunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. down and coming down rather lively'at times, a very dlsagreeab- spent the weekend even though Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Thousands of " Penney's Own. Adonna le day to be out of doors. I found the Blue Ridge has lost some of Loudan. DRESS SOCKS 49c to 69c NYLON SLIPS $2,98 H ' its beauty but they say a wonder Mr. a,nd Mrs. Rowland Austin of , out the best place was at home so ful place to rest is at the ranch Chambersburg, Pc. were Thurs- very cosy and comfortable late ir~ home along the Blue Ridge, day evening guests of Mrs. Ads evening weather changing and be Re-enlists In Air Force i Moler, Mrs. Moler who was on the A coming very cold with high strong Donald Jackson who is in the l sick list returned home with them t~ winds. Sunday morning cold and Air Force and statio,ned in Texas.{ to recuperate. frosty, heavy clouds sunshine try has re-enlisted and will be star-/ Mr. Alvin Lookingbill of Char- ing to peep through the clouds ioned for one year in Alaska so he/les Town was Sunday evening al~d finally around noon there was. along ~ith his wife and little dau / guest of his brother-in-law and sunshine. We had a very nice ghter said goodbye to Texas and jsister Mr. and Mrs. William Sny- evening, l~ute 9 busy as usual. Mc,nday morning cold and a glor "~..~.'i~'~._~._~..~_.~f.~._~'.~._~"~"~"~_'~'~.'~"_~"~'~~ lqUs morning of sunshine. ,Hope to ........................... t, G | TRIPLE TIERS . . . RIBBON AND LACE TRIMMED NYLON $5.95, so little to pay for so much petticoat! Cut caress- ingly close at the hip, with three full tiers to really make it float. Nylon and nylon lace in solids and combinations. Small, medium or large. NINE LAYERS . . . NYLON NET IN DELICIOUS COLORS What a stand-out gift for only $3.98! Perfect with all her petticoat - me - please new dresses I Nine layers--count them---one over the other- o, f delicious nylon net and lace. Solids and combinations. Small, medium or large. ' Dan River Boxed PILLOW CASES $2.98 ASSORTED THROW PILLOWS. $1.00 LACE TABLE CLOTHS $4.98 Large Fluffy Chenille SPREADS $4.98 CERAMIC MUSICAL lrEA POT $3.98 t~ Assorted CHINA CUPS and SAUCERS $1.00 ELECTRIC IRONS, TOASTERS, COFFEE POTS JEWELRY , $1.00 BOXES to ATTRACTIVE DRESSER SETS ELECTRIC CLOCKS GIFT PERFUMES to GIFT BOXED HANDKERCHIEFS Black and Brass SMOKE STANDS Charles Town, to / 5 $1 entertain you again for a moment. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and daughter Connie and son Ronnle of Murrell Hill were visitors Sat- urday night with the latters par- ents Mr, a,ud Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett were visitors Priday night with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Neff Slasher of Ranson. Mrs. Virginia Wilt and daughter Cindy Lou were dinner guests Wednesday with her sister and family Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and daughter Diane of Murrell Hill. Mrs. Ella ~Iyt,~en o.f Falls Church, Vs. was a visitor Wednes day with G. C. Pearl at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett / and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Piper were Ohrlstmas shopping in Fred crick, Md. Saturday. Miss Ann Francis Runion who has been suffering with virus In- .fection is slowly improving. Mr. Jolkn Love of near Charles Tow,u was a dinner guest Wed- aesday with his sister and bro- ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl and also his other sister Mrs, B~ssie Alexander of Rich- mond. Ind. Xmas Shopping The talk of the town now a- mong the folks and the subject, Christmas, its shopping, what shall it be for mother and dad, grandad and grandmot~her aunts uncles, all the kiddies and the kin .folks, cookie baking is on the way that good tasty mince fi~eat wait- i i.~g and ready for those pies, the root beer is getting under way. I must say the Chestnut Hill folks really get ready for Christmas and enjoy it and the Christmas spirit !a in the lr.' Well I forgot about "those good spicy sugar cured coun tr~ hams will be good eatin' too at Christmas time. We" are just plain every day folks but we really en- joy Christmas and speaking of Christmas there will be a chri~t- mas program at the Chestnut Hill Church. Christmas, eve night be- ginning at 7:30 we are plannings; to have a program that will be sat iafactory. There will be a pageant . entitled the light of the ages with i: other exercises. A star drill and a ,pantlmone Star of the East. We , wilt be looking for you. Oh yes, bring the kiddies. Santa says he wangs to meet the little folks. He Will have a little treat for them also. Mr. Herman Garrets was a vis- itor ~unday witch his parents Mr. a~d Mrs. FYank Garrett of Mill- ~ville. Mrs. Mamie Russell has return ~ed to h~r home after a wc~derful i visit with relatives in New Jer- ~uffers Hea~ Ailment ~. and Mrs. Thurman H~wk W. Va. MARATHON DRESS HATS $5.95 PEC A CORDUROY SPORT COATS $9.95 WINTER JACKETS $9.95 Sanforized Flannel PAJAMAS $3.19 ATTRACTIVE GIFT ROBES $4.98-$7.95 LINED LEATHER GLOVES $2.98 100% new jacquard type knits self shortening hems bead and rhinestone trims misses' and half sizes CUB SCOUT and BOY SCOUT UNIFORMS and ACCESSORIES Popularly styled wool knit dresses at amazing savings! Remember when 1683 Penney stores shop together, you shop Wash 'N Wear Flannel PAJAMAS $1.9 and $2.19 LITTLE BOYS $2.98 2-Piece SUITS and $3.9 Boys and Jr. Boys $2.98 TROUSERS and $3.98 Boys and Jr. Boys SPORT SHIRTS $1.98 Bays and Jr. Boys, $1.59 FIannelSHIRTS - & $1.98 Boy= Style Broadcloth PAJAMAS $2.98 New Cotton Challis PAJAMAS $2.98 Hundreds of Gift BLOUSES $1.98 & $2.9s PENLON Cardigan SWEATERS Slipover $3.98 Imported WOOL SLACKS $238 Wide Selection $9.95 CAR COATS to $14.95 Boys and Jr. Boys "7"9'1 Warm Comfortable $7.95 CAR COATS to $12.95 Warm Comfortable $1.98 LEEPWEAR & $2.98 Wide Sweep $1.98 ouffant SLIPS & $2.98 Bright New Holiday $2.98 DRESSES & $3.98 Dainty Orhm $1.98 : WEATERS to $4.98 WOOL KNIT 79c GLOVES to $1.49 WIDE SELECTION OF PICK-UP TOYS FOR W O O L LITTLE "ONES SPORT COATS $12.,95 77c each u KNIT SHIRTS & $1.98 Boys and Jr. Boys $2.98 PENNEY SWEATERS to $ .98 PLUS VALUE COWBOY HATS $1.98 Damask TABLE CLOTH an4 NAPKIN SETS $4.49 to better advantage. SHOP PENNEY'S . . you'll live better, you'll ve! FREE GIFT WRAPPING AS LONG AS MATE IA LAST -- OPEN EVERY TIL NINE ..................... .......................................................................................... - ..... }