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December 18, 1969

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Do the children of today be. eve in Santa Claus? Well at I ast some nearly 2,000 of them do, because that is the number of children who have personally talked to the Jolly Old Fellow Via telephone No. 725-8900 since the telephone line with Santa and the North Pole was placed in service. And in addition to the tremenduous number of calls, there have also been hundrds of letters addressed to the North Pole. And this is not unusual Since just about every little boy and girl these days have been addressing the very important letter to the North Pole. But it was bit usual this week when a letter same back to Jefferson County from the North Pole add- ressed to dear Little Ray. We do not know who little Ray iS but ! |1 it reads as follows: NORTH POLE -- THE HOME OF SANTA From: Santa Claus Himself I I l Dear Little Ray: It was really swell to receive your very nice letter which I personally read. Like you, I am young at heart and I always look forward to Christmas as the Best Time Of The eYar ! ! ! Rudolph is a little older and his nose a little redder but like all the other reindeer, he is rar- ing to get into the air on Christ- mas Eve. Rudloph is really some- thing I ! ! He wants me to call him "Rudy the Long Haired One,' But there will be no hippies in my herd of thoroughbreds! I hope you wilI remember the Real Meaning of Christmas, in at 7:30 P. M. 0 the meantime, and join wRh me in celebrating the birth of our Saviour, Jesus, who was born so many years ago in a Manager in Bethlehem. Jesus, the Son of God, came into our midst so that Whosovered believed in HIM, would be saved. So, listen for us on Christmas Eve, leave a carrot on the table for my reindeer and a cookie for me. From Santa, who loves dealy all good boys and girls. MERRY CHRISTMAS! ! Santa Claus Shown above are the Reverend lmarriage ceremony which they A program of caroling and and Mrs E, E After, who eele-I - -- " ir anni I naa years ago m me JOan Christmas recitations by the Chu orawd the,-, rch School has been arranged to versary Saturday, October 18, by[Wesley Methodist Church in be presented at the Presbyterian going through the type same of ]Harpers Ferry. Church on Christmas Eve night Live through the memorable events leading up to the as they might have been reported by newsmen, er in California, before she re- -- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVO( turned to home in Thailand. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1969 Mrs. Hilda Campbell is a pat- ient in the Charles Town General Hospital where she underwent l Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Viands of the Bloomery, surgery. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Harold Besanceney, and Harry Shirley and children, Har- ry Jr Bobby, Donald, Debbie and Rusty and Mrs. Kenneth Mills all of Middleway. Other call ers were Lester Viands and son Jackie of Ranson, Mrs. Donald Hovermale and two daughters of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Albert I )- There are all kinds of parties at Christmas, but one that's be- coming increasingly popular is the Wedding party. A rding to professional ob- servers, there's a lot of extra fun at Christmas weddings, perhaps because the spi R of the hol lay adds that much more gaiety to an always happy event. Whatever the reason, a Christmas wedding can combine the best of both occasions. Here are some tips: For instance, the bride can select Christmas colors for her be themed in color and design to Christmas rather than to bride and groom. Afew holiday touches, can add color to the reception, too, the experts says. Boughs of holly and evergreens can be used as center daughter Ann of New York spent the weekend as guest at the home of Mr. :and Mrs. Herman Swartz and they left to spend a couple weeks in Florida before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ring are the parents of a son born to them in the Charles Town General Hos pital on Wednesday Dec. 10. He has been named Earl Douglas and weighed seven pounds and two oz. at birth. The new arrival who is the Ring's second son. Their other son Timothy Mac Ring. Mrs. Ring was the former Linda Pulse. Go Getters 4-H Club The Go Getters 4-H Club held their monthly meeting December 2, at 7 P. M. at St. Johns Episco- pal Church. The president Frank ,in Adams called the meeting to order. The song leader was Libby Allen led us in 4-H Songs and Pledge. A report was given on the skating party and placing inI the Christmas Parade where we tied for fourth place, we decided E to go Christmas Caroling on Dec. I 23, the program was presented by Martha Burns. She had a reading on Christmas with out a tree, followd by a song Silent Night then a Christmas Prayer was read by Kathy Allen, game leader Lol- ly Allen led us in Christmas games following this the ex- would make a seasonal splash, change of gifts took place, the As for the bride's gift to her meeting was then adjourned after bridesmaids, she might want to which refreshments were served. get away from traditional wrapp- Reporter Debbie Adams. ing paper and present each gift C b TO in a gay Christmas stocking. If J i0r Ju she does prefer paper, it might Have Christmas Sale The Charles Town Junior Woman's Club will be having a sale Friday and Saturday, Dec ember 19-20, at Stuck & Alger pieces, with bits of mistletoe Drug Store, for the benefit of HEAR "CHRISTMAS AS IT HAPPENED!" ON bridesmaids' gowns - bright col- vlaced strategically around the sending the Spirit of Jefferson oA ors are not only proper for the oom. After all, since everybody to Jefferson County men in Viet WXVA-WZI - Every Hr. - 1 t p.m. - Dec 24th bridal party but downright lash- kisses at weddings, it may well Num. There wall be Chrxstmas -- SPONSORED BY2 ionable, and red or green velvet be part of the schedule! items for sale as well as baked . - goods. " ' BI KReY BANK & C0 ANY o.a f v, snd Mrs As a special feature. Santa Rlpp^ ,Austin Nicodemus were Sunday aus shall be there to talk with ? ] ,est at the home of Mr anti the children. Anyone desiring to [ I-rs James Iason - " havea picture taken with Santa Mrs. Austin N'eodem. I W :E b thdM.Sr h P:Yut kty m - --: -- - -: " = ; - ."tures shall be on sale when Santa di y M iSlC It" "w er rmnu 'pn mlmar'at' ' r* a Hom)r-Roll " I tendeg :: be Chri mas Tea at the. v , cards tor the second six I homd : rs." Virginia Wilkins it= I The Jun!or . Woman s . Club weeks were issued. The following/Wtn,h at r Va on . ,maav I again asks anyone snou|u students made the Honor Roll'" ' :. a'rle 'Adams and" dau know of any Jefferson County 31 W, est Bescawen 662-2244 Secondgrade- Thearesa Williams artha Miss "a Ma men who may be in Viet Nam, WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA Kevin David :oom|er, umb!in, MISS Va' mey o"c l acKmy nied -" l mid }: Prs.iritWh David of Jefferson,are Mfln t er at please receiving 725-9561 contact the o Fuller pn Saturday Arthur Wheeler '* Airport. NlYs. Earl Fuller = pla e o p nd two weeks . e *i I Coomh JoyceY, I n t s e Andey Sprague, wRh her sister, Mrs. Lyle Wheel- A elld 1 llurcll tm l ty Paula coomler, Campbell, Dianne Yates. Th P. T. A. met at the Rippon Elementary School on Friday with a good attendance. The meet ing was opned by the President Doris Willis a brief business meet ing followed during which sev- eral matters were discussed. A Christmas Party was planned. A auction was held by the members Delicious refreshments were sere ed. SPINET PIANO Is Going Great Ca Own A HAM"JOND ORGAN For Littk As Get Yours Now We Carry A Complete Line Of Better Known Brand Guitars, Amp]i ers, Drums, Public Addrem Systems All At Very Attractive Pile Come see us for anyt musical We can lrdi' Tour Needs. L T James L Senseney, Owner Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Earl Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Magaha, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children Martha, and Chuckle attended the wedding of Miss Nero Lee Maga- ha and Ronnie Ashby of White Post, Vs. at the Kearnestown Methodist Church on Friday night Mr. and Mrs. William Whetzell and two sons of Galthersburg were Saturday night guest at the home of the latter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Seiners and family. Miss Elizabeth R. Smith is ar- riving this weekend from the University of Maryland, to spend the Christmas Holidays vacation at Silver Springs with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ran- dolph Smith, Jr. Mrs. Dallas Kibler and three children Robin, Eyvon and Rich- SPIRIT- ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER POPULAR AS CHRISTM.AS GIFT I HIRED It WANT ADS The umber of Spirit of Jeff- erson.Adveea e subscriptions being sent this year as Christ- mas Gifts is running high and a new record may be set be- fore Christmas roils around. Although the number has not been totaled the rate at which they are being bought would indieate that a new record may be set this year, The 8pirtt of Je(ferson-- Advocate sends a Christmas card to the person who is to miniver, telling them Wlke it as a gift. W ,e them are out Gifts locally, many of them are be- seu to former home folks now residing in many parts of the country. The regular .00 price will prevail on these Christmas Gift Sub- scriptions and we urge you to order yours today. Offers expire Dec. 31, 1965 Give him a Handi-Pak. it's a tough, scratch-resistant vinyl carry-all that's just right for carrying on a plane or taking to the Country Club. In Oxford Grey or Deep Olive to match his Silhouette luggage. Give her a Handi-Tote. It has the secret gadgets gids like. Zippered inside pocket. Key lock on zipper. Made of ieather- soft vinyl, in a lot of soft colors like Dover White and Biscayne Blue. Of give her a Petite-Tote. It's like a HandI-Tote, but jUst s little smaller. Aad buy yourself something foolish with the $5.00 ou save. [] Handl-Pak Was $24.95 Now $19.95 [] Handi.Tote Was $24.95 Now $19.95 [] Petfte Tote Was $22.95 Now$ Samsonite~ Charles Town, West Va. ~0 The calm and quiet reaches every corner of this snow-cOvered landscape to remind us of the beautiful peaoe that is ours to share at Christmas time. And so we greet yOu yours with best wishes for a wonderful holi- day seasOn and heartfelt thanks to our dear friends and neighbors for your continued atronage, loyal trust, support. Charles. Town, West Vir JOSEPH A. WARJ ENFELTZ And:-ALL OUR EMPLOYEES