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December 18, 1969

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Mrs. Harry Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seal and fam ily moved Wednesday from Lee- town to Middleway. Our deepest sympathy is extend ed to the family of Mr. Lawrence Grove, who died on Saturday in the Charles Town Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills have moved in the Kearns apart‘ ment in Middleway. Mr. Dick Granham is on two “geeks vacation from Peoples Sup I! ‘3’- Mr. and Mrs. George Green of Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gilkerson of Great Falls, Va. spent the weekend at their homes e» 118 E. Martin 263-2768 w- ., "ill m... Martinsburg, W. at Hidden River. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dunlap of Bunker Hill were visitors on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seal A birthday party was given in honor of Linda Vorous at the Charles Fishel home on Decem- ber 7. Those present were Jerry Fishel, Mrs. Charles Fishel and daughters, Nancy and Connie, Nancy Vorous and Kenny Fishel Donnie Fishel, Mr. and Mrs. Ter- ry Solvador and son Terry and Alvin Poe. Linda received many nice pre- sents. Refreshments consisted of cake, potato chips and soft drinks Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones and son had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones of Martins- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shirley spent Saturday evening with Mr. M SIZES --- 10-16 Washington Specially Shop For our customers’ shopping convenience we now honor BankAmericard. : St. Va. “Imm'l’m‘mlw—Qfil—II- m». _.,__... Ill/n Wonderful Wearable 9R A I N C O A T Rain Paka -- Travelers BY DAVID SMITH IN ASSORTED COLORS AND DIFFERENT STYLES They Can Also Be Worn As DRESS COATS Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. 725-5221 and Mrs. Charles Jones and son. We extend our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ring on the arrival of their second son. Congratulations are in store for Mr. and Mrs. David E. Liskey, who were married on Saturday, Dec. 6, at 2 o’clock in the Charles Town Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Ramkey. They are residing in their mobile home at Middle- }. .' i,“ ":5? .s Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Xmas Cantata A Christmas Cantata will be presented at the Murril Hill Methodist Church, Sunday even- x1» way. Mrs. Liskey is the former “‘3 December 21“ at 7 O’CIOCK Miss Becki Sager daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 0. Sager of Bunker Hill. Little Miss Christine Hoover of Winchester, Va. spent a few days with her cousin, Jeffrey Jones, and family. READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE Attend Church Sunday .‘II’ . M“ ‘. l . W‘s.” «ID by the Charge Wide Combined Choirs. The director, Mrs. Robert Woodward. Come and be with us. Xmas Program The Christmas program will be held at the Silver Grove Metho- dist Church Monday evening Dec ember 22nd at 7:30 p. In. Every- one is welcome to attend. Saturday evening December 20th the Senior M. Y. F. will go caroling at 7:00 P. M. Refresh- ments will be served afterwards at the Wesley Home in Chestnut Hill. When announcing the wedding of Kenneth Piper and Angela Barnhouse in last weeks news column I made a mistake in Ange la’s last name; as you can see now. It was Barnhouse instead of (Householder) I am very sorry Maste Tommy Staubs spent the past weekend in Baltimore, Md. with Mrs. Gladys Horpine and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal and girls of Baltimore, Md. were gue. sts with the latter’s mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs recently. Rev. Robert Woodward of the parish in Chestnut Hill and Mr. Cecil Everhart were visitors in Winchester, Va., on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter, Mrs. Floyd Grove were Christmas shoppers in Hagerstown, Md. on Saturday evening. Mr. Edwin Staubs was a pat- ient at the Charles Town General hospital for several days under- going surgery, he is at his home doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carter and daughter, Kaye of Hamilton, Va. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and daugh- er. Mr. and Mrs, Gary Staubs and son of Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Staubs and daughter of Yarrowsburg, Md. were guests with their mother, Mrs. Hazel Staubs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole of Sandy Hook, Md. were Sunday guests with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and Robin were guests with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs in Bakerton, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Piper o no Name Address City o Address 2% r it t t t it f a ORDER YOUR GIFT SUBSCRIPTION NOW To The For Those Friends Or Relatives Living Far Off Or Close By. 52—GIFI'S FOR THE PRICE OF ONE—52 (And, We Wrap & Mail It For You) PRESENT SUBSCRIBER’S NOTE If you are already a subscriber we will continue your present subscription from its date of expiration. Fill out gift order form below —-- MAIL TODAY! ’FII.I. OUT AND MAIL PLEASE SEND THE SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON-ADVOCATE a gift from me for one year to the following: State A BEAUTIFUL GREETING CARD SENT TO EACH ONE! Send Card From A VERY TIME” SUGGESTION PROM SANTA Himself ! Amt. Enclosed Note: Write additional names on separate sheet and attach to this order. ($5.00 Per Year, Plus 15c Tax in West Virginia) - o u u v o 0 o n .0 c $39 - o . c f Zip Code :, o 3. 351 parents in Knoxville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove were guests with her parents; Mr. and z .. Mrs. Harold Wilt and family at Harpers Ferry, recently . Sorry to learn of the illness of Mrs. Edna Webb of Bolivar who is a patient at the Charles Town General Hospital. We join in praying for her recovery real soon. Mr.- and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and children were shoppers in Frederick, Md. on Saturday even mg. The Sr. M. Y. F. enjoyed their Christmas partyon Saturday even ing December 13, at the Wesley Home in Chestnut Hill. Gifts were exchanged. Refreshments were served. to all the group. More Tips Issued For Yule Mailings Additional suggestions for Christmas mailings have been pro videdfor Christmas year and one of thém is that patrons should ' avoid covering their house num- bers with Christmas decorations in order to insure delivery of all mail and parcels. The use of proper address and zip codes on all mailings are urg ed to insure accuracy 0f distri~ bution and delivery. Zip codes should also be used on return addresses. I First class postage is required on Christmas cards. Noll indicat-l ed that a decorative six-cent Christmas stamp is available for‘ I Also, the use of insurance, reg- Christmas card mailings. istry, certification, air mail and special delivery and handling is to be considered for protection of the sender and the recipient of valuable packages and cards or letters. Processing of mail may be speeded up of in-town and out-of town mail is separated prior to deposit at the local post office. , {acetone gutter cables “it Valley Hardware Co. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Dial 725-5113 .patron. Zip coding of N ’Tie bundles of mail securely and put a slip around it indicating all local or all out-of—town. Any address containing Martinsburg is considered local, which includ- es both city and rural delivery. Other mail is considered out~of— town. Mailing of cards early in the day is urged - on the way to work if possible. Do not wait until you finish your mailing list. In this way, the Post Office can keep mail current. Due to changed method of de- termining parcel post zone rates, it is mandatory that zip code be included in the address by the parcels prior to arrival at the Post Office is urged. Special delivery articles will be delivered on the day of arrival at the restination up to the limits of the local night delivery time. Also, special handling will be delivered on Sunday and Christ- mas Day. Special handling serv- ice of mail provides speedier transmission between post offices Special handing is transported and handled in transmit with first class and other preferential mail. FINDING THE BEAN “Twelfth Cake” was a highlight of 16th century celebrations of Epiphany, January 6. From the finding of a bean and a pea bak- ed into the cake, a king and queen of the day were chosen. BUY A PREMIUM RECONOIUONEP ‘ M People Plus Problems Add Holiday lore Friends who visited the Robert Reilly. home last December got a real Christmas surprise, In this Grants Pass, Ore., household, the Christmas tree ‘grew” out of the ceiling or at least, was suspend- ed there, upside down. Will it start a trend? Will more and more families hang their Christmas trees from the ceiling? Only time can tell! Christmas customs start with people and, often, with problems. In the case of the upside~down Christmas tree, the problem was, ‘if “Where to put the tree?” and -. the humorous solution was reach ed when the family just couldn’t decide. Creating Pudding ions had their legendary beginn- ings in the inventive reaction of people to problems, large or small. Take plum pudding, Christmastime! adversity so legend says. An English king and his hunt- : ing party were lost in the forest on Christmas Eve. Commanded by the king, the cook prepared dinner, using the foods he had DE VILLE CONVERTIBLE ONE OF THESE BUYS COULD BE YOURS! 1968 CADILLAC Calais, - (Fully Equipped) 1967 CADILLAC Coupe DeVille (Fully Equipped) Authorized 1967 CADILLAC 4-Door Sedan (Fully Equipped) 1965 CADILLAC DeVille Conv. (Fully Equipped) DON’T WAIT ‘ SELECT A CADILLAC TODAY! DAllEY MOTORS. INC. Pontiac-Cadillac-GMC Dealer PHONE 263-3303 Martinsburg, West Virginia Many well-established tradit- ,- for ex- ‘: ample as many people do at The very first plum pudding, was an answer to SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON mamas ADVOCATE- ,Val THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1969 on hand some meat from a stag some bits ot" wild game, flour, bird’s eggs, sugar, dried plums, ale and brandy. The cook not only created a delicious emergency dish, he also invented plum pudding, which tradition says must contain these same ingredients of it is to be the “real thing." I -« llav Martin Luther, the Refoj' ion leader, returned from a . Chm tmas Eve walked under a " sky, inspired by a wish to mm ( produce the heavenly scene H his family. I " C How to show some small ,7“ Wi flection of the glory of the ,jl Hall ens on the first Holy “001w Luther solved the problem: ,3, I lighting candles and placing . \emn Lighting The Tree on the boughs of an everg "' 10m A pleasant problem with a hap-. ..._.__..____._ py solution led to the custom of Go To CHURCH REG ' 2“ spl decorating the Christmas tree ————- r a: Rs] with lights. READ THE WANT ADS , y WE SWEETES‘ GWS ‘ :2 * c " “ w ‘ G 1 lb. $1.95 lb. $3.85 IN DOWN~TOWN nu..- : Duco \ 7 SHEEN ENAMEL 19 ntconnon COLORS AND WHITE I087 comm New Improved now KOTEO Rubber-Base Wall Paint It avail- able in a wide range of new dec- orator colors. "FLOW KOTE" , goes on with the greatest of «so. one; In minutes to a soft lovely finish. Chlld- roof too . . . dirt smudge: w isk away with damp cloth. You'll Ilka the W0.- , Use durable DUCOO Satin Shun Enamel fer kitchens and bathroom walls and ceilings. shill» "177"!" 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