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Witnesses ltave Convention Pa. Central Junior High Chambersburg, Pennsyl- will become a large I~ing- iHall for the semi-annual cir of Jehovah's Wit- December 26-28. R. Kopp, spokesman for local congregation, said 'under the direction of the Watch i tower Society, a helpful three-day i program accentuating the theme 'Right Kind of Ministers' will be presenter. Just as Jesus was in- terestedin people and taught the~l "to be his followers, so to- day Jehovah's Witnessesexpend much of their time and energy to study the Bible with people, thus proving themselves to be the right kind of ministers." READ THE WANT ADS ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE SDAY DECEMBER 18, 1969 C---$ : 4 4, .*- b' ,AIGHT FRO FOR YOU---NOW AT' THE -- IN CHARLES TOWN --- To See Our Wonderful Sdection Of F'me Toys ---GREA: GIFT IDEAS-- Kenner Toys Tonka $ Stutco Trucks & Wagons -- Doll Ba!tes -- Doll Strollers & Puzzles- Chemls & Erector Sets onal Games & Top-- Race Car Sets F OR. M O M. 'And D A.D,::- SUNBEAM APPLIANCES BLACK & DECKER POWER TOOLS TREE LIGHTS ORNAMENTS 725-2245-- CHARLES TOwN, W. VA. ILL ILL Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitting ton and children Hope and Rob- by of Baltimore, Md. spent the weekend with the former's mo- ther, Mrs. Nelson Whittington. Mr. and Mrs. Whittington and children and Mrs. Nelson Whitt- ington were Sunday dinner gue- sts of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mrs. Jerry Bond and Miss Faye ecutivo board and Tri Labor Cou ncll Thelma Wilt, Vice President executive board and Tri Labor Council, Irene Johnson executive board and Tri Labor Council. Fleeta Writt, Tri Labor Council, Helen Mercer, Health and Wel- fare Secretary, executive board chairman of employee fund. The dinner ended by the whole group singing Christmas carols. Blancia James sang the Lord's Prayer. Skip Elliott accompanied her on the organ. A most enjoy- able evening was had by all. Longerbeam gave a birthday party for Mrs. Dora Mae Kelican at her home on December 3. Those helping her celebrate the By Donna Jenkins occasion were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dodson and children Patty and ~#1",eJOOOe~" Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Coming Events Armstrong, Mr. Jack Jewel, Mrs. Saturday, December 20, the Norman James, Glenn Dillow, United Methodist Senior MYF Gregory Balenger, Clayton Long will go caroling at 7:00 P. M. erbeam, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bond They will walk from house to and son Dickie D'Angelo, Brenda house singing Christmas carols Dickie, Kevin and Terry Kelican in the Chestnut Hill area. and Linda Cogle. Sunday, December 21, the corn Mrs. Kelicali rec ived many bined choir members of the Shan nice gifts, andale United Methodist Parish Cake ice tea nuts, mints and will hold a Christmas Cantata at potato chips was seffved, the Murrill Hill Church at 7:00 Miss Faye Longerbeam, Miss P. M. The public is invited to at- Brenda Kelican and Dickie Keli- tend. can motored to Frederick, Md Past Events on Sunday. Due to my thoughtlessness of] Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican the matter, I should like to now l were Sunday evening visitors of mention that Mr. Paul Ashbaugh! Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kelican of Middleway. Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire spent Sunday visitors with Mrs. Mattie Rowland of Bolivar. The members of the W. S. C. S. md their families of the Mill. ville Methodist Church held their annual Christmas party in, the church basement on December 9. Also a very inspiring program was given. There was a large at- tendance. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman and children of Halltown, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ott and children of Ranson, were recent a resident of Route 2, Harpers Ferry, has been home for several weeks from the Army. He has served his time in Viet Num. Robert Ashbaugh, the brother of Paul, is now serving in Korea Also, Mr. Clifford Wilson Jr a graduate of Charles Town High School, has been home on leave from Viet Nam and will return to serve his five more months semester. Clifford is also a resi- dent of Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry. On Tuesday, December 9, Pas- tor Robert C. Woodward spent three days in Harrisburg at a conference on Evangelism with the Northeastern Jurisdictional Conference. "You got me a ring?" "Well, sort of." ~.~ ~t Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Wednesday, December 17, a Mrs James Lilla and sons Jay Parish-Wide Praise Service was With a phone you can always get to ether even when you're apart. This Christmas give and Vince. held at the Murrill Hill Church at 7:30. The guest speaker was someone you Iove a phone. the Rev. Glenn Stevens of Sum- Ger~ral releI hc,ne Lore' tim Empio ees mit Point. V " k O ow Had Christms Droner' Ban n Shady Rest Restaurant nsonng W Special , The Lore Lyn employees held Donald S. Smith, Exeeutive their Christmas dinner at Shady Vice President and Cashier of ~I,~:. ~q lq D~&I~ tm ! didate for the Bachelor of Science, and Tiee Tennant, are not elected ~J.~ l A l~l. ~.J Rest Resturant Saturday night, the Bank of Charles Town, stated MI~ romo IIUIII III I degree in medical technology at I on a yearly basis. The four men i M{UlIIIIly~ /4~tl$111Uly ~IUU Over 100 employees and guests today, 'Our bank is one of the . I the 1970 Shepherd College Com- have a total of 72 years of exper-I . - were present and Mrs. Elva Kid- sponsors of the T. V. Special, Me~|cal |~hno~v Imencement. !ience in fireiSe~siCe.le ted were I~urcb ~hr|stmas wiler gave the devotion. 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' . --~w I . [ u~ner ozz c r c I Following the meal door prizes Be sure to make this traditional IN IRichard Brown, vice-president;/~ i were won by Helen Mason, Tom- show part of your holiday plea- Trai~mg At VA Center athan Rhodes Re=Nam~ Jack St~der, secretary-treasurer;~.r0gram December 21 my James, Samuel Jones, Louis sure Sunday, Dec. 21, on the C. I i Wayne ~oo~ricn, assis~am secre-| Petrucci, Richard Shutts and Bud B. S. network. We're prould to tary-treasurer; Bill Dorsett, parli| The annual Christmas Program dy MaY.~ ~, ~ ~ be part of your Ytdetide cheer by Iren{~~ lwas presented a bringing you the finest in family me,tartan of'~: Mantles Ass~bly Of Calvin Whittington, captain of [ God Church will be presented on gold charm honoring her for entertainment. And as a Full the f~re department; Yayne Good] S.nclav 13~cemhor '~1 7.2(I P TtT being employed in the same sew Service Bank we're even prouder rich, captain of the ambulance;/R~p"i~a~ i'an~S~Wil'T~b~r%~dt'ed~b~'th"~ to bring you the best in banking Harwood Kidwiler, chief engineer ~ ~-~ I ing factory for 50 years. Officers of local 435 introduced services every month of the year. their guest, Mrs. Evelyn Maphis Thanks for banking with us." Jack Catrow, first lieutenant; children, a one act play will be I president of Local 435 of the Smith continued, "Our Full Tom Meredith, seoond lieutenant International Ladies Garment Service Bank is pleased to pre- Doug Pittinger, third lieutenartt Workers Union from Hagerstown sent this great entertainment so Brad Waldeck, first lieutenant of I Md. Also Mrs. Shirley Atkins bus we will have the opportunity to the ambulance service. iness agent from Baltimore, Md. tell all of you about the time I Being Mrs. Atkins birthday she was presented a cake by Local officers of 435 which includes Louise Gregory, chairlady of Lore Lyn and executive board Nancy Jo Upright, assistant chairlady, ex given by the Junior Department under the direction of Mrs. Glenn Ott and a three-act play entitled To All People, will be presented by the Youth Department, under the direction of Mrs. James Has- kielL The church is located on Route 9 East of Charles Town. The public is cordmlly invited. saving and money saving advant- ages of doing your banking under one roof - our roof." rolled at Shepherd College and has held the post ten years and is working and receiving instruct t been a member of the depart- ion in the medical laboratories ment 24 years, and assistant at Baker Hospital. She is a can- chiefs Leon Catrow, Lewis Carroll READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE GO TO CHURCH REGULARLY As choir voices sing out in joyful celebration of the glorious Christmas season, we lencl our own with praises to Him and to all men of good will. May your holiday be filled with good cheer. Thank you for making the past year so successful. --THE-- m At the following places in Charles Town, Ranson, Jefferson County and other towns in nearby Virginia and West Virginia. Ask your favorite newsstand dealer to reserve a copy for you each week CHARLES TOWN Howard Johnson Restaurant Colonial News-Stand --- Moffett's Drug Store White's Super Market -- Peoples Drug Store Acme Market -- IGA Food - Market Manor Conldyn's Grocery Store .-- Mildred's Meat Market Towne House Motel & Restaurant RANSON Ranson Grocery -- Sanitary Grocery H AI PERS FERRY Butt's Drug Store --- Towne Market Lemon's Store SHEPHERDSTOWN Shepherdstown News Agency JEFFERSON COUNTY Fritts' Grocery Store --- Johnson's Store Kearneysville Esso -- Locke's Stem Welsh's Store --. Hendrieks' 8tm'e Ott's Grocery -- Stokes' Greee Gate Entrance at Shannondale BERI: YVILLE, VA. Berryville News Agency the eve of His Birth, may the light of love and understanding shine upon you and kindle your heart with peace and ]oy. Charles Town, W. Va. MARTINSBt G Berkeley News Agency --- Bunker Hill Grocery Newton D. Baker Hospital West Race-Street Martinsburg, W. Va. Phone 263.3367, Martmsburg