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December 17, 1959

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Unit In Charh # SPirit of giving preval- this Holiday Season, Chapter of Cross has set ay, December 21, as the Bloodmobile to vis The Blood Donor at the Episco- from 10:15 a. m. officials announced of 125 pints of .~rz set and it is hoped Will this quota be will be exceeded. gift could cue give ff the year than a that someone less zt live. is urged to either t to give ~rish House between and 4:15 or if to make a definite You will be accepted are able to report hours on the 21st. For Nothing For Lutherans E. Neal, pus- Monday the fol- le of services for 20 at St. Thomas in Ransom The a. m. with ser- 'eful for Nothing" sermon, "The Nursery held coffee hour fol- e. Sunday Church a. m.; Raymond t. Christ- rehearsal at 2:00 p. Ichool Christmas pro P. m. at the church. +onior LL, t +l gods carol-LOCAL PEOPLE AMOHG WINNERS ing after the program. Thursday, :the Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at :00 p. m Catechism HONORED AT GOLF " COUNTRY CLUB classes will not meet Saturday. December 26. New, Easier Tax Form I Developed To Meet Needs Many Taxpayers Phillip L. Charles, District Dir- ector of Internal Revenue Service, announced today that a new tax form (1040-W) has been develop- ed to meet the needs of many tax payers who formerly used the Form 1040. The following list of 1040 forms and condensed formul as should prove helpful i,n decid- ing which form to use, Mr. Char- les said. Form 1040-A (Card Form) This is the easiest if you are eligible, use it if: 1. Your income was less than $10,000, and 2. It consisted of wages (as shown on Form W-2) and not more than $200 of other wages, dividends and interest, and 3. You do not wish to itemize your deductions. Form 1040-W This is a new 2-page streamlin ~d form (~n which you may item- ize your deductions. Use it if: 1. Youi" income was from wages or salaries (any amount), and 2. Your other income consisted of not more than $200 of divi- dends and interest. Form 1040 This more detailed 4-page re- turn MUST be used if: 1. Your income included more than $200 of dividends, and in- terest, or 2. You had income from other than wages or t salaries such as from business, pensions, annuities rents, royalties, and sales or ex- change of property. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY SPIRIT OF JEFPER 0N,. r*R} I RS ADVOCATE Tills WEEK'S NEWS IN TtII RSI)AY, DECEMBER 17, 1959 2---C SUMM PO H the lighting of the tree candy and oranges will be give~ to the child- reH. By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone ,17-F-032 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross and son I~3nald spent Suz)day with his brother and sister-inLlaw Mr. and Deferred From Last Week Anne Snyder. The roll was called By Miss Lillian Myers Mrs. Sam Cross in Front Royal, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim and and the minutes were read by the Va. Mrs. Harry C. Frazier of "Monte secretary, Deborah Cheshire andChildrens Program Mr, Eddie George of Washing- View" were dinner guests on Tues a report was made by the treas-At School Dec. 21 ton spent the weekend with ills day evening of last week at the urer. Mary Cheshire. A motion The childrens program nt the mother Mrs. Sherman Hopper. home of the former's son-in-law was made by Nora Ch~hirc+ that Mrs. Walter Ro~nemous has re- and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clay- the club take a family to the skit school house wzll be given M,5aGuy ton Stagner and their family in ing party. The following plans for night, December 21 at 7:30 o'- turned home after having spent Ransom The occasic,n was the Gel the skirl,rig party, which will be (:lock. The community Christmasthe past three weeks with her ebration of Mrs. Crim's natal an- held on December 10 were made. Tree program will be held in the son-in-law and daughter Mr. and niversary. On Sunday Mr. and Each member will take a gift for Methodist Church Priday night,,Mrs. Sam Cross in Front, Royal, Mrs. Crim and Mrs. Prazier were tire Christmas exchange, refresh- December 18 at 7:30 o'clock After Va. dinner guests at the home of Mr. ments will be paid for from the Roger Kelley near Charles Town. club treasury and each boy and Other guests f Mr" Kelley's were girl will be given a ticket entit- FOR YOUR Mr. and Mrs. Howard Remsburg ling them to a bottle of pop. The and Miss Wageley of voted to go carolling again Md., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Young this Christmas eve and will meet a.nd daughter Roxanne of Hagers about 6:15 at the Glassford store. town, Md. and Mr. Elwood Kelley Molly Glassford then presentetd CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR of Purcellville, Va. a program entitled "What makes Little Miss Genii Glassford a good club member a~d what is VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. spent several days recently visit- his job". The readers were Bar- ing with Miss Deborah Turner at barn Shull, Mollie Glassford and the home of her grandparents in Wallis Anne ~nyder, Mary Ches- Prostburg, Md. hire read "The Story of A Won- derful Baby's Birth" and Mollie Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Mrs. J. T. Crane St. who had Glassford had a prayer. The group been visiting for some time with - Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 sang "You Better Know It", O her son and daughter-in-law Col Come All Ye Faithful" and "Joy onel and Mrs. J. T. Cra,ne Jr. and their family at "Mr. Ellen" left to the World". After dra~ving ham es for the Christmas exchange. on Sunday of last week to return the meeting was adjourned. Jane to her home in Charleston, W. Va. Goodell led the group in a game Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove and and refreshments were served by family of Leetown were visitorsNora and Mary Cheshire. Sub- on Saturday evening at the homemitted by Ceglendia Hott, Club of the former's parents, Mr. and Reporter. t II Mrs. Lawrence Grove. Mr. Richard Crim retur,ned to the Virginia Polytechnic Institute USE CLASSIFIED ADS in Blacksburg, Va. on Saturday from Baton Rouge, La. where he ATTEND CItI,'RCH SUNDAY had spent the past several days having been flown there by the Esso Corporation for further inter Spirit Advocate views at the plant where he has been offered employment upon his graduation next Ju, e Newspaper Popular Farm Club Christmas Party Presentation of trophies and awards 'to 27 golfers for outstand- Members of the Summit Point AS Christmas Gift ing +achievements in the club's 1959 tournaments highlighted the Farm Women's Club are reminded annual banquet of the Martinsburg Golf and Country Club held of the Christmas party which will ___.__ Saturday evening. A large turnout of members and guests were be held on Thursday evening, Dec on hand for the affair. ,ember 17th at the home of Mrs. The number of Spirit of In the above photos, the award winnersfor both the men and Robert Light. Each member is re- Jefferson-Advocate subscrip- womens divisions are shown. Top photo, standing from left to quested to bring an inexpensive tions being sent this year as right are:--Judy Lowe. Madalyne Cunningham, Mildred Standley, gift and one for each guest she Christmas Gifts is running WILL BE GIVEN AWAY BY EAClt Frances Hammann, Gretchen Stark and Carmen Hammann. Seated, may bring with her. It is the hope high and a new record may left to right, are :--Helen Glenn, Fern Kline, Dorothy Titus and of the committee in charge that be set before Christmas rolls Nona Hyiton. Shown standing, left to right, in the bottom photo there will be an excellent turnout around. DEALER IN a~'e club president Bill Stark, Joe Christian, Lacy I. Rice, Jr., and for this party. Although the number has Harry Ha nm~nn. Seated, left to right, are:---Joe Paluzzi, Jim Christmas Pageant not been totaled the rate at ClTI[S @ SIRVI[ Wilson, Dr. T. A. Titus and Joe Pugh. The annual Christmas Pageant which they are being bought .... ~ THIS AREA presented by the Sunday School would indicate that a new Following the dinner, President Spring Handicap-Lacy I. Rice Jr. of the Baptist Church will be held record may be set this year. Stark gave a brief review of the l~unnerup-Paul Flick. on Wednesday evening. December 23rd. This year's offering is en- The Spirit of Jefferson- uy*ues a" plansPaSt gOlfareSeasOnbeing andmaderevealedfor ~tin-that Photos Courtesy The Journal titled "Tax Day in Bethleham" Advocate sends a Christmas 0fl ation (~f the popular and success- and the public is cordially invited card to the person who is to I ful member-guest and member- Conservation Comm to attend, receive the paper telling them member tournaments. Mrs. Alice He,nry and sons Joey who se~t it as a gift. While ' and Richie spent the weekend vissome of them are going out RE SURE TO STOP IN AND REGISTER Trophies and awards were pre~ ' '-tssmng "+raper On Birds, in-law Mr. and Mrs. Walker Jen- many of them are being sent AT YOUR CITIES SERVICE DEALER, sented to the tourney winners by iting with her brother and sister- as Christmas Gifts locally. Mrs. MadalYne Cunningham for [kins and their family at Love's to former home folks now men.the ladles and by Stark for the AnJma[s 0f West VirginiaIcablns near Charles Town.. residing in many parts of COMPLIMENTS OF I 4-H Meeting the country. Mrs. Pra,nces Hammann presen- I The regular monthly meeting of ted Mrs. Cunningham a gift in ap The "qVest Virg,inia Conservat+ ~the Busy Bees 4-H Club was held The regular $3.50 nrice will preciation of her work as chair- ion Commission's Division of Edt: at the school on Monday eve,hint. T-*vail on th~e Christmas