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SPIRIT OF JEFFER N FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY. DECEMBER lS, ]969 C--8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oden.- HARPER : FERRY ,a,moo ,sher wood and daughter of Gerrards. B~||~JAB I town visitod her parents, Mr. and Mrs H R Crock on Thursday. DULITA]nl I . - . . I Mr. and Mrs. Jonn tteater ws t- Mrs. Reid Geronimo ledMr. and Mrs. A. S. King in Bethesda on Thursday. Wed In Washington Mr. and Mrs. James Boore of ttagerstown were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crock and family. Annual Party The annual Christmas party sponsored by the Freindship Fire dept. and the Harpers Ferry-Bol ivar Lions Club will have their celebration on Thursday evening Dec. 18th. (today) beginning at 6:00 P. M at the fire hall. Santa Claus will ride on the fire truck Friends in this area recently received announcement of the marriage last week in Washing- ton. D. C. of Mrs. Dorothy Fish- paugh of Harprs Ferry and Wash ington to Mr. William L. Prather of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Prat- her has many friends here having spent much of her time in Harp- ers Ferry, where she owns a home. Choir Program The Junior Choir of Bolivar from the High School to the United Methodist Church will pre Hall and Christmas carols will sent a Christmas program at the be played by the Harpers Ferry Church on Sunday Dec. 21st at High School Band. All childen 7:30 P. M. Come and enjoy this in this area are invited to partici- most inspirational service. There pate, later, member of the corn- will also be a Watchnight Wor- mlttee will visit th Pentecostal ship Service at the Church on Nursing Home and local "Shut- New Years Eve. ins" with Christmas treats for Mrs. Ralph Mills and son are each. spending some time in Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malicoat Va. visiting her husband who is and Mrs. Edith Wright of Hyatts- serving in the U. S. Navy. ville visited the two Heafer faro- Party For Guests flies in Bolivar on Saturday. The Leetown ttome Demonstra Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carper of tion Club will visit the Pentieos- present each with a gift and Christmas "Goodies". The mem- bers of the Woman's Club of Harpers Ferry District will fore go their annual exchanging of gifts at their Christmas party on Thursday night and will buy an electric mixer to present to the "Home" with donations. The Staff as well as the guests are most apprecitive of the many thoughtful kindnesses extended to them by the different organiz- ations throughout Jefferson Cou nty that have added so much to their comfort and happiness dur ing the past year. This is a most worthy cause. BAKER OH Mrs. Bertie Moler W. S. C. S. Meets The W. S. C. S. of the Metho- dist Church held its regular meet ing and Christmas Party on Dec ember 9, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel. There were sixteen in attendance. Christmas Carols and a skit were given by Mrs. Helen Mills and Mrs. Mildred Capriotti. There Was a business report and the nominating committee reported. New officers elected are as fol- lows: President - Mrs. Helen Mills Vit.e President -Mrs. Mildred cation - Mrs. 3uanita ] om, Christ tan Social Relation - Mrs. Kath- leen Snydr, Spiritual Growth Mrs. Betty Martin, Student - Mrs. Jessie Houser, Special Member- ship - Mrs. Helen Geary, Nominal ing Committee - Mrs. Mary Brag- don, Leprosy Bank - Miss Norma Geary and Literature and Publi-! cation - Mrs. Virginia Knott. Christmas gifts were exchanged and delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Hetzel. Mrs. Ernest Houser and daugh- ter, Vicky visited Mr. and Mrs. 3ameg Lynch in Ranson, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grimm celebrated their 53rd Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, Dec. 13 Little David Harding of Bruns- wick, Md. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan, guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan of Martinsburg. Attend Church Sunday READ TIlE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE I I VIEWPOINT BY LOUISE LEONARD Let's Talk About Highways In West Virginia West Virginia has broken all highway construction records in its history with more 'than $300 million in road projects underway. Within the next few years, 753 miles of modern, four.lane highways will be opened to traffic in West Virginia. For the first time in decades, badly needed highway con- structlon has begun in Jefferson County, with more to come: ThLs is truly a remarkable accomplishment for Governor Moore's administration which is less than one year old! LI Community Oil Company Will Bring You The Weather Eight Times Daily -- On Radio Station WXVA FOR THE LATEST IN WEATHER -- LISTEN TO THE WEATHER FOR THE FINEST IN ,HOME :HEATING HEAT WITH 01L Phone 725-7021 Charles Town, W. Va. Baltimore visited Mr. and Mrs. tal Nursing Home in Bolivar on Capriotti, Secretary - Mrs. Betty . William Henretta on Sunday. . Let S gzve crentt wnere zs cue: trunk am)u won z you- Friday afternoon gwmg a Christ- Martin, Treasurer - Mrs. Lore , Mr. Tom Rissler is recujaerat- masPar!yfor the guests and We airman Miss ionary Edu" ! l I ! m I i i i l ! ing nicely at his home since re- turning from the Winchester Memorial Hospital where he was [ infanta patientBaptismfOr several weeks C CHARLES TOW,W. VA. SWEATERS| PANTY HOSE Our soft touch robe of[ Ralph Bernard Moler, infant am g Guaranteed to please great gift idea from Gay- Arnel triacet e / nylon I son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Moler II ,-, any girl on your gift l[ received the sacrament of infant 1,-Nk list. Three styles, to mode. No girl could ever sue(m--greatest way w baptism at the Sunday morning ID" rlh|l i.dr bl ' " know to warm up anY ; choose from m wash- have enough " Agi 1 o n services in Bolivar United Metho lll l Illl1111 '1 OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 .ble acrylic double " girl's Christmas! 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