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and pen-and-pencil games and a Mills, spent Wednesday of last[SaIurday with her mother, Mrs. Tyson's Comer, Va. on Friday. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTI rITIES IN humorous skit, a parody on a club week visiting with their son-in- [ Dave Armstrong, glad to hear Sunday callers with Mx~ and [ ,rwTT~rtAv nl~.t-mMnq~n 18 loaQ i, il n er ' "--" meeting, which was presented by law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. [Mrs. Armstrong is gettmg along Mrs. Joe M to w e Mr. and[ ------ SUM] 4IT P0[H T & ARE ~ four of the members. Following Donald Nobrega and their infant]very good since returning from Mrs. Carl Milton of WincheSter, I i ~ A,9 T, *h~. I the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha and ] son were ~unaay callers wlm [ Tauest t=nristmas tree. m me ,the games the door prize and the daughter, Nicolle, at their home [ Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell and daughters of Mj'ddleway and Mr. [ their .parents, Mr]. and Mrs. A1- I U. S. the title probably goes to B t / traveling prizes were awarded in Laurel, Md. Mrs. Stuar Crim -- PhOne. 725-7777 and the gift exchange was held Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Conaway, [parents,S n Ricky were callers with his and tMrs" John Milton and sons ofI oert vianas ~at t e .m mery" ] the Indianapolis Ind "tree" --- ~ ~.ii~~~g~i Mrs. Stuart Crim, the party coord who had been guests at the home Mr. and Mrs. Powell in near own. !,the ~laier- a-,~ ~oa,~ ~ inator was presented with a gift of their son and daughter-in-law ]Hamilton, Va. Mrs. Melvin Fritts was in Mar-[READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE| ment~VA'~ C~rist"mas"~e~2~.~oo~ Christmas Party (the evening's entertainment, the from the club and Mrs. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Brook A. Conaway, I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins tinsburg on Tuesday toseeher] ~ |structure is decorated with elec~- annual Chri~trna~ r~arfv ,~f] president, Mrs. Wallace Snyder, Snyder was the recipient of an and their family left on Friday [of Kabletown were Friday night aocmr:.mrs. J~TlttSlS Smt Stuter-[ GO TO CHURCH REGULARLY "tris candles anQ stars. ~it ~'~i'nt"~' ~ ]presented the Devotions which anonymous gift, a silver charm, to return to their home in Balti-iJosephine , ~o t rtome Joemon- ] wete appropriate to the Christ- in the shape of a gavel, to wear more, Md. I callers withjohnst0ntheir daughter,and daugh-Mrs" mgMrs.WxmRichiener nanaViandsana andarm, two [ I WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWW ,~ ~mb was held on Wednes [ mas season, and conducted a very on her dress. When all the gifts Mrs. Howard Shewbridge and I tern Joyce and Bonnie.children were Saturday callers ~ ~ vening of last week at the lbrief business meeting. Following had been opened and admired her small daughter Miehelle of[ Mr. George Brown was taken with her mother, Mrs. Margaret I~ ][ f Mrs" Br k C nawaylthis the, gr up participated in the the guests were invited te the Charles T wn were visit rs n]by ambulance fr m the Kings. Gayhart and family" in Ranson. ]t "l~d~ffi,V #':-#IV "~;, twenty two members and leeching s activities which consist dining room where delicious re- Monday at the home of her par- Daughters Hos.p]tal, tn Matins- Mrs. Hail ThomSon visited her in attenoance. Preceding] ed of a number of both active freshments were served by the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenk-lburg ~o ~ne hospital, in ~.ope daughters Clara in Manassas, Vd. [][ ~ ~,~~ ~ "~ ",~NT' ~ "~ ~~ hostess from a table richly dec- ins. ]Monz. ~r prown m me Droner last week Mrs Jerry Powell also|| a~D~F'~ ~. ~"~~. l~,g oratedbanded.with holiday appointments presentedChristmas byPr gramthe Summit n DeC.Point21st I o breeCh] apatyienti~htsheMh SpR~f r allA~erSt~t~'~lI L~'~.~ ~'~" -" ~ :~- *~ ; and at a late hour the group dis- The annual Christmas program of Mrs. A}vie .framer and has went along. " l]~ ~" ~'al~F~]~'- ~" ~ ~'~''-'~R~ ~!~ ANN011HClN6 THE ur[ nu transferred. 'Brunswick, Md' ~ ~F U ~||.~d~l~ll~q~llamlall Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and United Methodist Church will be andMrsona~sdeMrereJc h~lc visited her brother before he was ~,~ children, Bobby and Linda spent held on Sunday evening, Decem-I her mother, Mrs Dot Dawson m ~' ON SATUm AY, DECEMBER 20th Saturday visiting with the for- ber 21st, beginning at 7:30 o'clock[ Mr. James Viands of Middle-I Mr and Mrs Billy Viands of ]1 ~ bU bUKII'/IUN | mer's brother and sister-in-law, The program~ which is under the i way was a caller on Monday night i Mul'~e Hill ~d Mrs. Donald [ I[ ]l the Reverend and Mrs. Harry P. direction of the Youth FellOW-lwRh his grand mother, Mrs. Jul-IHovermale and daughters of' Ran l~ ~,t~ ,PIt~ t Light and their children, Triha, ship, will consist of a pageant en-I ia Vianas. ' ~ |U I ni~ AT9 A. M. OF -- Randy, Sharon, Holly and Dana, titled "Christmas Around the[ On Saturday two men were i a * ~i I! t at their home in Keyser, W. Vs. World" which will be preceded On Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. by a program of songs and recitatlseen getting in Mr. George Jones I l i I . . I I I! ----[]--[]m, m m m=== S- HOU$[ ~ ~~ Light and their children were ions presented by the younger]hOuse by going in the window, i |[~t.~~ II l| Ik'lllUl/ Rlilllli'R/t ~l [Dill guests at the home of Mr. and children of the Sunday School. lMr. ClintSmallwoodandsonWal[ ||~'~'v~'~i| I~ = HaJUaJt.maF TIA [lace came down on Sunday tel V II I| familyMrS" JOhnnearM.Berryvi~[e,Kackley, their TheattendPUbliCthis iSprogram.COrdially invited to i investigate so they are keeping[ |[ ~ ~ ~ |l Ill ~ ~ ~ ~~" la close watch on the house, l ,l Oh.l~--n-- An l,I, .~ OF BEAU]'/ Mrs. Eleanor Doane of Charles Visitors on Sunday at the homeI Mrs. William Diilow Jr. andI li A thoughttul Uiit which wall remmd the Town was a visitor on Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr were daughters Tana and Tonya were * I"= """ reapmnt o| you every week m the year evening at the home of her aunt, their son-in-law and daughter, Isunday callers with Mrs. HarryI I ,~, II "~ - Mrs. Bonn W. Crim and her cou- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman ofI Shaull in Paris, Va. I i~ sin, Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Leetown and their son and dan, Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and dau [ TIrK g ]| YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1844 | W. S. C. s. Ch, rlstmas Meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Ran- Mr vs,v ,~ LOCATED ON THE LEET0WN ROAD The Women s Society of Christ dolph Furr and children, Todd ghter s. Jerry Powell were in ian Service of the United Metho- and Theresa, of Bakerton. On Winchester on Friday evening l it LOCAL NEWS -- SPORTS =- ADS -- PICTURES l West Washingtofi St. ( Mile Off Route 9 -- Turn At Delmonicos) dist Church was held on Thurs- Monday Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Joe Milton and daughteri I1[ ~[[ day evening at the home of Mrs. Furr and sons, Greg and Rick, of in law Mrs. Carl Milton were at CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. [~~~~~~~~~ . Ralph Dunn with twelve mem- Charles Town were supper guests D':AT mL'~HT 6T09~iw bers and guests in attendance, at the home of the former's par- OPEH WEDHF . M. The Devotional program, based ents. on the Christmas theme, was pre Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim of sented by Mrs. Wallace Snyder Thursday - Friday - Saturday -- 9 To 5 and was folIowed by a very brief "Monte View", accompanied by business meeting. At it's conclus their daughter, Mrs. Clayton Stag FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT DIAL 725.5128 PERMANENTS -- BLEACHING TINTING -- HAIR CUTTING LEETOWN ROAD - MILE OFF ROUTE 9 ion Mrs. Robert Light and Miss her and Mrs. Ray Pickett and Mary Ellen Shull led the group children, Chris and Eric, both of in a number of Christmas games Jefferson Village, spent Thursday after which the annual gift ex-shopping at Tyson's Comer, Va. change was held and delicious were served by the hostess. Mrs. John Marshall continues seriously ill in the Charles Town General Hospital where she was Mrs. Julia Viands admitted as a patient early last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills who spent the month of Novem- and their small grandson, Dante bar with her grand mother, have -" moved to Middleway where they E A cute young thing was consulting a psychiatrist. Among other questions the doctor asked, "are you troubled witl indecent thought ?" Wliy no," she replied with a twinkle in her eye. "To tell you the truth doctor, I rather enjoy them." 1968 Dodge Truck, 440 2-Door H. T. $2295 1967 Chevelle 2-Door 995 1967 Dodge 2-Door H. T. (Fully Equipped) 1395 1967 Chevrolet 2-Dr. H. T. (Fully Equipped) 1595 EASIEST FINANCING -- ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR 1966 Bonneville 2-Dr. H. T. (Fully Equipped), Air 1395 1966 Chevrolet Cony 4-Speed 1395 1966 Chevrolet 2-Door : 895 1966 Ford 4-Door, R H Auto 1195 THE DISCOUNT YOU SAVE HERE WILL SURE HELP ON YOUR CHRISTMAS MONEY 1965 Ford Gaiaxie 2-Dr. H. T 995 1965 Buick 4-Dr. H. T. (Fully Equipped), Air 1295 1965 Mustang 2-Dr. H. T 895 1965 Ford Gaiaxie 500 4-Dr. Station Wagon 995 1965 Pontiac Tempest 4-Dr. Station Wagon (Fully Equipped) 1095 1964 Ford Gaiaxie 500 2-Dr. H. T 395 1964 Ford Fairlane Station Wagon 495 1964 Chevy II, 4-Dr R H Auto. 795 1964 Ford V-8, 5.Speed Truck 495 1964 Chevrolet 4-Door (New Paint) 495 1965 Ford 2-Dr. H. T 595 1963 Falcon 2-Door H. T 395 1963 Ford 4-Door H. T 495 1962 Chevy 4-Dr. Station Wagon (Overdrive) 395 at last found an apartment. i Quite A Surprise I was quite surprised on Thurs day when a knock came on my door and there stood Mr. Tony McMilian who had just returned from Viet Nan. He was in the Navy and was wounded the sec- ond time, but glad to see not seriously. He was a great friend of my grand son Glenn when they both went into the service. Tony lives in Falling Waters and is going to work at Mucks Factory in Hagerstown as soon as he is able to work. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the weekend with their son in law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. John Hampton and sons Terry and Chuckie in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Chapman spent several days with his par- ents Mr, and Mrs. Chapman and family in Pt~rcellville, Va. Glad to hear Mr. Buss Stagner is improving. Mr. George Jones remains about the same and still is a pat- ient at Newton Baker. George has been there for three years. Mr. Jack Getzendanner also entered the Newton Baker Hospital this week. His wife Ann called and told me. We hope he can soon return home. Misses Susan and Jane Rissler of Charles Town were Sunday dinndr guests with their father and step mother, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler, other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler of Kabletown. Miss Dianne Johnson spent Monday night with her cousin, Miss Barbara Johnton at Jeffer- son Village. Saturday night callers with Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston and family were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnston and d~ughter Sandy of Ranson. Mrs. Jackie Brown and daugh- ter Missy of Charles Town spent, OVER 50 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM -- $40 AND UP "But Robert," she gasped, "why did you park here when there are so l nicer places farther down the road?" He stopped what he was doing enough to mutter, "Bemuse I believe in love at first sight." II @ TRY THE MEH THM HAVE THE "KHOW-HOW' (Over 20-Year's Of Experience At Selling And Financing Cars) YOU WOWT BE SORRY OPEN 9 A. M. TILL 9 P. M. (YOUR BANKAMERIcARD WELCOME HERE) Your Friendly And Thanldul "'Where Quality And Prices Meet" Call 267-8649 -- Wilson Street --- Call 267-8649 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. SPIRIT- ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER POPULAR AS CHRISTMAS GIFT The number of Spirit of Jeff- erson.Advoede subscriptions being sent this year as Christ- mas Gifts is running high and a new recerd may be set be- fore ChrisUnas rolls around. Although the number has not been totaled the rate at which they are being bought would indicate that a new record may be set this year, The Spirit of Jefferson-- Advocate scuds a Christmas card to the pa~mon who is to receive the paper telling them who sent it as a gift. While some of them ~tre goin~ out as Christmas Gifts locally, many of them are be~ tug sent to former home folks now residing in many parts of the country. The regular $5.00 price will prevail on these Christmas Gift Sub- scriptions and we urge you to order yours today. 9:05 A. M. -- 10:35 A. M. -- II :05 A.M. -- 11:35 A.M. -- 12:35 P.M. -- 1:35 P.M. -- 2:05 P. M. --- 2:35 P.M. -- 3:05 P.M. --- 3:35 P.M. -- 4:05 P.M. -- 4:35 P. M. -- 5:05 P. M. -- 6:05 P.M. --- 6:35 P.M. -- 7:05 P. M. 7:35 P.M. -- 8:05 P.M. -- 8:35 P. M. -- 9:05 P.M. -- 9:35 P.M. -- 10:05 P.M. -- 10:35 P. M. -- 11:00 P. M. -- 12:05 A.M. --- 12:35 A.M. --- All-Star Country Christmas We Wish You A Merry Christmas-Johnny Mann Singers A Christmas Treasure-Julia Andrews Season's Greetings - Perry Como At Christmas Time - Everett Dirksen The Christmas Spirit - Johnny Cash An Andy Williams Christmas Christmas With The Christys Musseiman High Chorus Tis The Season - Jackie Gleaso Martinsburg High School Chorus Many Moods of Christmas - Robert Shaw Chorale Hark, The-Hernial Aligels Sing - George Beverly Shea Christmas Greetings. Jerry Vale A Ray Conniff Christmas Christmas with Norman Luboff Sing We Now of Christmas. Ernie FOrd A Perry Como Christmas A Caroling We Go - Fred Waxing A Country Christmas A Doris Day Christmas A Merry Christmas That Christmas Feeling - Glen Campbell First Presbyterian Church Sel viet " Joy of Christmas - Mormon Choir Music of Christmas - Percy Faith Sharrett Volkswagen National Fruit Product~ Six Auctioneers Marty's Pizza Shop S. L. Mtnghini & Son Brmnt's Confec~ 778, B. P. O. E Marttnsburl Lodge Dodson'a Furniture Pet Milk Compa-t~y, Musselman Division Hutzler Oil Comp~m~ Peoples Trust Company The ~ Shop Ed Miller's Gulf Service Merchant's and Farmer's Bank nurger Chef W'hmttland Motel Crown Herdware, Inc. Cheeoeman Development Company ]~n~keley Loan end Thrift Berkeley Post 14, American Legion Office Equipment Company Newton D. Baker Post 898, Vets of Foreign Wars Citizens National Bank Martinsburlr Lodae 120, Loyal Order of Moon Giant Shoe Mart Y 8:05 A. M. 8:35 A. M. 9:05 A. M. 10:05 A. M. 10:35 A. M. 11:05 A. M. 11:35A.M. 12:35 P. M. 1:35 P. M. 2:05 P.M. 2:35 P.M. 3:05 P. M. 3:35 P. M. 4:05 P. M. 4:35 P. M. 5:05 P. M. 6:05 P. M. 6:35 P. M. 7:05 P. M. 7:35 P. M. 8:05 P. M. 8:35 P. M. 9:05 P. M. 9:35 P.M, 10:05 P. M. 10:35 P. M. 11:05 P. M. -- Christmas Magic - Fred Waxing -- Christmas Hits - Temple University ( hoir -- A Merry Christmas - Robert Rheims -- Holly Jolly Christmas - Burl Ires -- Christmas with Anita Bryant -- North Junior High Chorus -- The Christmas Spirit .Johnny Cash .- All i Want for Christmas - Jackie Gleason -- Musselman High Chorus -- O, Come All Ye Faithful - Ernie Ford --- Christmas - Mormon Organ and Chimes -- South Junior High Chorus --- Trinity United Methedist Choir --. For Christmas This Year - The Lettermen -- Christmas Isn't Christmas - Wayne Newton -- Winter Wonderland - Earl Grant -- A Jim Nabors Christmas -- All-Star Country Christmas -- That Christmas Feeling- Glen Campbell -- Martinsburg High School Chorus -- Songs for Christmas - Wayne Newton -- First Baptist Church Choir -- Christmas Greetings - Morniolt " ulr -- Noel- Lennon Sisters --- North Junior High Chorus Have Yourself A Merry Christmas. Wayne King Christmas Carols - London Temple Choir Odell Clark Trku~fer T. E. Mathews Brothers Smith-Nadenbousch, Inc. Winchester Savings & Loan Berkeley Post 14. American Legion Buxton Street Laundromat The Waffle Shop W. S. Howllrd Company Pet Milk Company. Musseiman Division R. E. Lutz, Real Estate Kent T~rt~ce Apartments Peoples Life ln~nrance Company Marttnelmrg Lumber and Coal Company PhiLip T. Selbert Associates Wall's Kitchen Center Bruce Yontz, Plumber Grove Brothers & Motorola TV Sales & Service Sharrett Shmrrett Volkewagen Wagner Chevrolet Peoplee Trust Coutpen~ Victor R. McCusker Marthmburlr Cam & Heating Co. Reld'i Welding Shop Rose.Jensen~ Inc. Ke~t.P~o~Us Ford Kin~'e Sm~lce 5tatlott Six Auctioneers m AND The Peach Bowl. West Virginia venus South Carolina I Ilnll The Sugar B0wl- Missisdppi versuse Arkansas Most Of WEPM's Christmas p grmmmi iv you magmfic mt multi lex-ster l i340 KC 97.5 MC Wishes You