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l I l I ! I t t t ttQ PERSONALIZED STATIONERY I CHRISTMA~ ~OUNDS Put personalized staNonery on[ Instrumental music on long- your gifts-giving list. You ca,n [ playing records covers a wide ran select large single sheets or small- ] ge of Christmas music. Invest in err folded styles, perhaps small allen few of the discs to give you occasion notes to please every pre ]background magic for many hol- Terence. l idays to come. FARMERS ~" 8---C 'THURSI)AY, DECEMBER 17, 1959 .... ~ IUSEF[L, HANDSOME IFOR YULE SPARKLE ,or parkllng /" [early morning rides. ] Most men take to sweater-vests [ It's a j~wel of a Christmas when I : " -~" [ sweater-vest keeps a WHAT'S GOING ON IN . |like ducks to water. A lightweight]she's gifted with fashion-import- [FOR A NEW BABY ~:!~'~ " . [until the office warms t l ~ t~ [one in wool jersey or a woven fa-lance costume jewelry. Necklaces [ Anticipating new~ ~~v~ls on ~-: R A H " " ]~ lbric is a good gift foracommut-[bracelets, earrings, pros all arelthe family scene? S~[~S,-Work-I ATTEND CHURCH~ ~ l~ [er. It keeps him warVn on those '. welcome, in gleaming !ewel tones lshop has something ~f~il~:~_:~lew: Reel The SPIRIT-~.[: By Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-JX ] |! Deferred From Last Week her sister Mrs. Hortense Breeden/ ' !l l l " Night/ ' Santa Claus is peeping around and family on Saturday. [.~; ~ 1 l~ 1 .~. ~ ..... the corner. ~ Thanksgiving Day di.nner gt~ests|~i i ll - Tl ru we Mr. and Mrs, Roy Breeden and with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Boyd|..it -~-]~ .. "~ 1 -] , ;~:m-s ~, sovis were visitors with f~ends in were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walk-|~i ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ ~t ~'T't .... lk.~-- 21 Berryville on Tuesday night, er of Ranson. ]'.~; bib ~ I ~ ] ~:~:!"]~;~l[[~Otgl- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton Miss Patsy Mauck with Mr and " ' ~ ~ 1 ~ ~.~:i ." visited with Mrs. Irene Boyd re- Mrs Charles Mauck and Miss Dot ~:i ~ 1 1 1 ~":~:~ tie Daws ws~ted w~th Mr and .~. ~t@ : ~,~ . _ inCentlYMd, who is in a rest home down Mrs Robert Trenar~ in Ha,,ers-, ,~;~' :nrls mas Mrs. Mac Jenkins left Tuesday town on Sunday afternoon. ..~, ~h~ ~ ~ ~h ~" D morning to visit with relatives in Mrs. Stanley Hinton motored to :~i ~s~'~ ~v ~ ~W ~. ~. al~' ~o ~va. Wilmingtc,v~ and Georgetown, Del. Martinsburg taking Mrs. Edna .~i If you can't give her mink... put a in her bedroom! W'HAT a smart Christmas gift for your wife! The wonderful convenience of an additional extension phone on her van- ity [able-the glamor of color that matches her room l And-if you want to be a king-size Santa -put another one in her kitchen, too ! It costs only pennies a day apiece for the gift she'll use and enjoy every day of the year. Call our Business Office now! ASK ABOUT THE LOW COST Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mauck and family were recent supper guests with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamblln and family Little Debbie Young has been out of school for the past week with an infected throat. We wish her a speedy recovery: Mrs. Erma Hough visited with sAeBi Lutheran r e ng Asked To Increase World Achon Support Lutherans of the Virginia Sy- nod of which St. Thomas Churc'h, Ranson, is a part, are being asked to increase their supor~ of the Lu theran World Action program, it was annou,~ced this week. Their adidtional help i~ needed as the church joins a special ef- fort to aid millions of homeless Asians and Europeans during Wor ld Refugee year, said Dr. J. Lu- ther Mauney, synod president, at synodical headquarters here. The United Lutheran Church of America is attempting to exceed its LWA goal of $1.8 million a.~d the Virginia Synod is trying to go over its $33,949 quota to pro~cide funds for relocating the refugees, said Mr. Mauney. "Congregations should give a very high prior,ty to this import- ant cause during the Thanksgiv- ing-Christmas season," he said. The stagged:ins total Of 42 mil- lion left homeless in Europe and the Middle East si,nce World War I~I has been reduced to 15 million persons. But in the refugee eam!qs, whole families often, have to li~,e in single rooms; 20 per cent of those without homes are children under 14 who may not have known any other life; and many of the adult, s have spent 15 or more years in the temporary shel ters. I;~ World Refugee Year, pro- claimed for 1.959-60 by President Eisenhower in the United States, attempts are being made to reset- tle and rehabilitate the homeless. "Give more th~n you had plan- ned ~o rove" is the Lutheran Wor- ld Action slogan for the project. Dr. Mauney noted that Virginia Hinton of Summit Point with her ~: so she ceuld report back to her :.~', doctor there. ,~; Santa In Ranson [.~i LADLES HOUSE SLIPPERS Ranson Helpers Club will have ['~ the Christmas treat and also San [:~,~"~: A Lovely Selection of ta Claus at the Ranson Council [,~i~; House Slippers to " Room. . c,n December. 18th at 6:30. Please Any Taste. 000 more Zhan 60 percent of their l.'~i -~ Comfortable Hard Sole quota by NOV. 15. t Felt Slippers Too. Shepherdst0wnW0men. . ,I*:I i : $1:98 Talk Formmg LadLes . .. Other Styles. - - $1.19 to $2.98 Firemen s lux, haff CHI- ENS' On Monday evening November [~i 23, the following ladies of She,p-]~i herdstown met in War Memorial | ~: Warm Socks in Gay Patterns and Building to discuss the possibilit-~:~: Designs, with Comfortable Long Wearing ies of organizing a Ladies Auxin .~ iary of the Shepherdstown Fire ~ Genuine Leather Soles. Department: the mistresses Helen " ' F0utz, Larry Wilt. Margaret CHILDREN'S COWBOY BOOTS Moore, Ion. VanMetre, Joyce Kau ffman, Betty Fletcher, Laura Lee ,@~j~ DeLauney, Alice Strider, VirginiaBrown and Red, or Black and White $ .98 Slinger, Mary Lynch, and Miss El- .~ in Children's Flat Heel Boots. 12 to 3. Synod Lutherans in VIrgi,nia, Ten nessee and West Virginia gave $21 Amertca% Second Largest Telephone System : i MEN'S ~ ! -~ Soft Supple Leather Slippers in Hard or i Soft Soles. Four Styles, Including the Popular Fleece _ | Lined Number. ill ,llil I~ Ip i Men s Felt House Sh pers I TE-D -BOOTS A Real Buy in All Rubber, Lace Style Insulated Boots in Men's Sizes 6 to 11. Regularly Sell for $11.98. MEN'S BLACK FLIGHT BOOTS Popular Dress Type Polished Finish on $ sa Frye. S~S For some months the women of These Pull On Boots. Men's 6 Shepherdstow~a and its environs to 11. He will go for these. have entertained the thought of ~ CHt [N' SLIPF-~I~ how best they might assist the fire department in promoting its ~vel- fare and better service to the corn munity. The above named group Many Styles to Choose finally arranged for an informal From in. Boy's or Girl's meeting, at which time a discuss- "~ ion period was held on the possib Lining. Black or !Gray, Numbers. From Smallest ilities of organizing a Ladies Auxil "" WarmTts UPand To . Size 3. iary of the fire department. After Comfortable. much discussic~, the ladies decid ~', ed that each of those present,i IES- ,i .59 ~ ~ .98 , $ .19 to $ .98 would make personal contacts In ~ [ 1 1 an effort to enlist support from inHood S~OW B ~s $8,~ terested women Also through the newspapers, this Information should be made public to all STRETCH TIGHTS I ~'~ women of the area, who might be interested in becoining a member GIRLS ql LADIES Heavy Work Arctics Made By of the auxiliary, i with Red Rubber Soles. 6 to Membership to the auxiliary Sizes 4 to 14 .m. Sizes 10 to 20 d will be open to all women in the ~E~ B'-~ 8 ']NSU~'~ Shepherdstow~ fire area. All wom ~ H en who are interested in ~he for- TS MEN S matlon of an auxiliary are asked to be present in War Memorial Lightweight and Easy to Keep Clean. Soft Leather Tops, Fully Insulated Building on Thursday evenit g, Three Colors to Choose, Will Not Crack. Heavy Cork Soles for Long December I0 at 7:30 P. M. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY ii Sizes 8 to 12 - - $2.98 B-OOT-S- Ladies Sizes 5 to 9" in These Warm Boots with )l i Fur Like Top and Fleece