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whitest come Christmas. But Min Erie 59, Harrisburg 30, Philadel-, put up a Christmas tree Saturday the spirit of Christmas, in the SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ] nesota is snowier, as far as the phla 23, Pittsburgh 23, eRadlng I Dec. 13 and trimmed it and it is hope of preserving the good will [ESSA statistics go. L30, Scranton 47, Williamsport 37. l beautiful and cheer of this happy season THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1969 B--7 I The white Christmas probabili- i West Virginia: Charleston 26, I Next M. Y. F. meeting will be all year. ] ties for Dec. 25 in Minnesota ' Elkins 15, Huntington 24, Parkers ] Jan. 3, at the church at 1:30. There's only one disadvantage .~~'-------'--- "" [ range from 53 per cent at St.~ burg 23. I Speclal Notice . . . to living in one of these towns. ~~~~~'~ ~'~Lrl'~ - ' ent a inter i -.-------- ' l~ote tne new store hours Ior ' the . ~ "~ "~ ~ ~ "*~ ~-~ ~ ~-'~ you " Cloud to 100 per c t -: Local parents, faced with a wf?~J ~ui:tUStash?e-~ I blt~riBUtasg~mbJe:Sw?l~Tg ~ahiote/nati nal Falls. ESSA lists none ~R Ill~~~'~'~":~:~g~ [Mrs. J S. Locke's store in Lee-lquestion. "Where does Santa I ":~J ' ~ ~'~'~ r nt town ~tarung January 1, l~/u 9- " an 'Wh " " [b for the state unde 50 per ce . ",live certainly c t say, y, at ~t:rnSpendlthelYU~isea" to note that Las Vegas lsthe only[ The Alaska range is from 23 1 L E E T 0 W N I Pn 9 A.M. to6 P.M: closed.half [right here in Christmas, Arizona, ]/ " ' ' " " 1 . at o a," I one oi rive l~evaua weatner stat- / per cent at Annette to 95 at Bar- t I day .weanesuay anct closea all way I son," or the next logical question ~ ~ A ~x~ .~ ~ )FN." .~. ~,~ ~gxng by past records, says ions mentioned by ESSA wltn a,ter Island There are four Alaska I Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr I Sunaay. t would be, much to Dad's conster- ! I~ hA <~ -~-~ ~ ~ " ~nvironmental Science Serv- I zero per cent snow probability [ wpathar ~tatinn.~ with nrt~hahili- / ~,~.~,~-~.~.:-~* -~ I ~orry to note the aeatn ot Mr ~-+i,n "Vinno~T Why dnn't we I AV" ,~,Afl-Jl~ ~ ,~ x,~ )~,~> ~---~ ~ Administration (ESSA), the I for Dec 25 t'ies'ma-der'-5"(l-ner cent "- I ~'~*~'~:~;~=~'~ ~"~ ~'~'~"~:"~'~ I Lawrence Grove Saturday. I ~,"~,'~"it hi'm~'7 i ~V ~rl~ ~ "" /" ~ "~ , bility that there will be an I E~ ^ m d~,~ into its arch / "- . ". ! Hostess To Club / Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and I ~ ! ~ff ~r~M[7". ~- .-t~~-" i ~'~"~ "~'~ " "~ " Ualllornla came ciose to an-all- . . . r ,~ or more of snow on the Iives to com,qle statistics on the| Mrs B H Rxddleberger of/K~m were callers Sunday evemng I,1 ~ I~qs I td . ~- . . zero prooamilty recor~ equal to " " " . , te a t the International Falls l chances for a white Christmas at/Florida's Among 14 California Charles Town was the/wlth Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. I Shenherdst0wn bremen D' ( Ill)( I DII TIAM ,] ,~ stauon is mo per cent i weather stations in or near 2~S/stations iisted, only one, Bishop, Lee town l-lome oemonstrauon/ ~ r "1' OUllOl iUr/llUIil i the other hand, if you don t I U S cities It emphasized that/ch.~.a ~ wait Chri~tmn~ ~hnnoa (SIUO weanesuay alternoon at/,p ~ ~ ,~ ~, m u~ ~" il .e the old saying, green [ these are climatological probab-|.roater than zero t her home wlth Miss Mary Magaha[ ~. rrea avrer/0 announce/ur e winners t: ~ tmas, fat grave yard", and lilities, not forecasts."/ -The nrobabilitv of an inch or!and Mrs. Estelle Upright as co-| -- - [~ TI'~ TLII7 "~ tae thought of snow on Dec. I If the probability is 70 perl more o~ snow at" Bishop on Dec hostess for the Christmas party. [ ~ ~ll~t ~lll~l~fal ~al' ~ I! v at,u . | OUtl be hannier in Florida, I .~n+ e avomnlo it maane thnt/o= ~a~a .~;~ * ~ce. ~:: Delicious retresnments were serv-/~ ~u~,~. ~,l~,~n~m myra lne bnepnerustown volunteer : il ~ia, Hawaii:-'-L~fiisiana,: andlusua'117 h re"would ffsnow"on/ . : 2~' s w ~oo ed from a beautiful decorated[ Fire Department presented their ['J~I~lI~lmIm ~ I~n|~ ~m~m~, ~ppi I the ground 7 years out of 10. It / A list of cities with the per, table fnOtr the Cmh:~tmras~ p:aSvOn~t| Y0~e[eII0WS ~d~$ annual turkey awards to the Ii ~ ~ I ~ ! / i ~[! Im~lml: ~l/~m | SA records for major cities I does not necessarily mean a white| cent chance includes: ~ awe y w . / following, Larry ~. ~o~flmaster, ~/I I~1/ r~Ii~l~fl/~- ~se r ors ann several cmmren m at Bakerton, Bruce ~mctaxr, ~ace ,states show none withl Christmas this year. Moreove ,| Ohio: Akron - Canton 43, Cincin . . "[ ~ . . . [ | ~ite Christmas probability,the figures are for weather st t-[ cinnati 17, Cleveland 30, Colum- tenoance Attorney Fred Byrer will be and Queen St, Martins~urg; Lyn I than zero her cen'~ / ions which sometimes are distant/bus 30 Dayton 30 Mansfield 60 The president called the group| guest speaker for the Yokefellows wood Wilshire, Shepherdstown; I A h-u*h tul ift which will r mind fh~ | g whether there" will or[from the cities they serve Sandus'ky 43"~ Taledo 37, Youngs: to order with a short devotional/Bible Class this Sunday morning Jerry Mauck, Shenandoah Junct-I ~ | ' k no ,~.oo I v mi~,r~t *hint- alast-a --r/town 40 ; and a duet by Mrs Charles Owens| with the class convening at 9"45 ion; Gordon Reid Banks, Route 1, [ reel-lent ot you every we*l, i- th. ,**. ] : snow at any o. ~ ~. ~. ~. ~ " " s he r, J -'-*-- *---. J'-,~- something of agamlnorthernmost state, wouldbethe/ Pennsylvania: Allentown 30,~a.nd Mrs Charles fWian~le:hTe.he ex-|a.m, attheCharlesTo.wnPresby Box, 110;n P~tckO~OU~amSbte~-/ l cltement oegan, to i u t elr sec-/ renan t;nurcn. All VISItOrS are nerustow ; ,/ " ret pals. |assured of a cordial welcome and Hedgesville; Amelia Harris, Shep|YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1844 | Plans were finished for thelthere will be Christmas music herdstown, Mrs. Thomas Chamb/ ~ x~r~ ~D~r~, .r~ n,~,~,~o ] Christmas party at Locust Grove/under the direction of Robert O. ers, Route 1, Shenandoah Junct-| ~,~.~,~ ~vv~ --- ~.~tu~ ---- ~t,~ -- rtt.twr~r~ ] Rest Home for Friday, December[Gracey. All men of the Church ion and Laird Marshall, Shep-| ] 19 at 2 o clock, i are asked to attend Sunday morn mrdstown ~ Next meeting will be an all day [ ing. meeting January 21 at the home I ~ of Mrs. Charles Owens at 10:30,~ each member to bring a dish ofI~0ungstm T01d :::: iiiii!i ~i: iii!i!!il;i::i!!!K :fr ::::::::: :: ::L food for the dinner. Preaching Sunday morning in the Methodist Church at 10 o'clock. Sunday School at 11 o'clock Mrs. Lee Lupton and children of White Post, Va visited Satur- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove. Mrs. Margaret Gardner return- ed home Sunday from her dau- ghters Mrs. Robert Sagers in Waterford, Va. Hatchery Bridge Club met Wed ne~day night at the home of Mrs. C. H. Walker. Candy and Beverly Schwartz spent Thursday with Paula Grove Dec. 22 Leetown Busy Workers 4-H Club goes Caroling, all mem- bers meet at Locke's Store at 7 o'clock. M. Y. F, of the Methodist Chu- rch are going Caroling the 20 of December all members meet at Locke's Store 6:30. The Busy Workers 4-H Club Where Santa Is *:i::'i? .6 P. M. TO 11 P. M. CHRISTMAS EVE ON WZFM: "It's Begin- n ng To Look h Lot Like Christmas:" Highlight o| the evening is Lionel Barrymore s recital oI A Christmas C oll 11 P. M. TO 2 A. M. ON WZFM: "O Holy Night." Religious : aspects of Christmas including excerpts from Handel's 'Messiah' and iii?, Midnight Mass from St. James Catholic Church in Charles Town 2 A. M. TO 6 A. M. ON WZFM:' "Here We Come A Wassailing." A party atmosphere welcoming Christmas Day with music by Fred Wm:ing, Les Brown and other famous bands. 6 A. M. TO J2 NOON ON WXVA & WZFM: "On Christmas Day In The Morning." Famous stars sing and recite children's favorites, plus "christmas As It Happened," a modem news report of the events on that first Christmas, and the I0 o'clock service at the Zion Episcopal ChurCh in Charles Town. 12 NOON TO 6 P. M. ON WXVA & WZFM: "We Gather To- oI music and entertainment dedicated to the : atla ng familiesand friends. 6 P. M:TO:I 1 P, M. ON WZFM: "There's No Place Like Home for The Holidays." Christmas songs and Carols. From. The 99 -- WZFM- 98.3 "Right At Home" ' he ever-lasting meaning of the Christmas season lives in a single word -- peace. As we all celebrate with merriment of the season, let us pause also to recall its timeless message of peace and good will toward men. And let us thank you for your kind patronage all year long. Along with "Why is the sky blue?" and 'Why can't I see the wind?" the favorite question of children everywhere is very often "Where does Santa Claus live when Christmas is all over?" Parents faced with this puz- zler needn't get involved in ex- planations of just what and where is the North Pole. They can an- swer, with a straight face and a map to back them up, "Why Santa Claus, Indiana, of course!". Or how about Bells, Tennessee; Evrgreen, Alabama; Holly, Wash- ington; or Noel, Missouri, as suit able quarters for Santa? These are just a sample of the many towns and villages all over the country that are named in R.ANSON, WEST VA. WXVA --1550 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA t's Christmas, and we're so own good wishes to your family and friends. For yogr loyal patronage, accept our warm thanks. We shall continue ia our sincere endeavor so please you, our deor customm FLOYD ODOM, Manager MARTINSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA e~*r .~:" Watch carefully and you may see Santa " speeding our message your way for a happy holiday for you and yours. Thanks for your confidence and support. o a. ,? i' x~ "i J. EMORY KABLE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.