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December 21, 1967

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Men" still makes the hearts of men warm and iusplres us with re- hewed courage for the tasks ahead. As we prepare to observe the Holidays, may each of us keep in our minds that it was on this day our Lord and Saviour was born and in our hearts a prayer that the teachings of Ilim whose birth we t~nunemorate may prevail always and that a way may be found for all people of the world to live in love and harmony, that all men may eherish Imaee and eoncern for another and put away every selfish and unkind thought. If we do thi~--Chri~t will be in Christmas and it will be joyous and blessed. A MERRY CIIRISTMAS to all of you and a HAPPY and PROS- PEROUS NEW YER. SMITH & STRIDER MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CIIARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA XILLTOP HOUSE IXlE KILHAM, Manager HARPBRS F RRY, W. the evening pencil and paper games, relays and stunts were en- joyed by the group and the an. nual gift exchange was held. At a late hour delicious and boun. tiful' refreshments, provided by members of the el~ub, were served ~hus concluding the final club ac- tivity for the year. Little Stephanie Jane Cheghive, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. El~ood Cheshire, who had re- m~ined a patient in the Winches- ter Memoral Hospital since her premature birth on Nov. 17, has linear makinig excellent progress and on Tuesday of last week was p~rmitted .to join the family ci~ e. : [ Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Boyd Mc- Donald an~l family of Harpers Ferry were visitors on Sunday at the home of the former's brother, Mr. Earl McDonald. Lori, Loretta, Jay and Jonesy Bane, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bane, ~ave recovered from the ,bout with c~icken ,box with which the hmmehold has been belieged for the past mo~tth. Mrs. Ronald Carv was among the guests attending a holiday party recently at the l~- ~ne of Mrs. Athey Frye in ~nwood. The Christmas p.~ ,~ t, entitled "Holy Is His Name' which wa~ presented by the Sunday School of the Methedist Church on Snm day evening was very well re- ceived with alarge audience pres. cent to enjoy ~ pageant and the dinner guests on Sunday e~ing at Che home of .Dr. and ~rs. Har- ry Langdon in Charles Town. Little .Mark Rudolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph, re- turned to his home on Tuesday o~ ~st week from the Winchester Memorial Hospital where he had been a medical Imtient for the past week. Visiting with .him at the Rudolph home on ~he foltow- ing Sunday were his grandpar. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bently Ru. dolph, attar, Ulig Jal Christmas Caatnta A Christmas cantata entifded "Chflde Jesus" and written by Joseph W. Clokey aand Hazel Jean Kirk, wfli be presented in the sanctuary of the Memorial Methodist Church in Summit Point at 2 o'clock on Sunday af- ternoan, Dec. 24. The cantata will be presented by the combined choirs of the five churches of the Jefferson Methodist Circuit, the Ks~bletown, Oakland, Summit Point, Middleway and Leetown Methodi,st Churches. The Ix~blic is cordially invited o attend this presentation. Mr. and l~rs. Robert Light and children, B~bby and Linda, spent Sunday in Silver Spring, Md to .attend a family dinner at the home of ,the former's brother and sister,in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Light and their daugl~ters, Judith Anne, Susan and ~arbara Jean. -= . ~-2-=- " - - : MR ~ -,-- - 8, REID GERONIMO Mr. ~ Mrs. E/chad l~larrit7 of Arl~n~am, Va. ~per~t the past wekend with her mother, Mrs. Hil6a Meta~n. MX~. ~ and foreaerly, Mi~ V~rgin~ Molar, a local ~ ~v living in California. Mr, Howard S xtart Wuhing. ton, D. C. vi~ed ~riends ~t Boll- vat on ~unday. Mr. ~ M~s. Robect Murmk and son former ranger at Harpers Ferry National Park, now sta~on- ed in Manassas Battlef~e~cl Park~ Va. are spending two weeks in Harpers Ferry where Sir. Munck is taking an ex~ended course in forestry. Preg~am Huge ~ece~ The prog~m "Me~age of the Bells" sponsored by the Balivar REGULARLY 14.98 TOY CASH REGULARLY 2.99 FOLDING TABLE & CHAIR REGULARLY 11.99 2FT. REGULARLY 4.99 COLONIAL With Pad REGULARLY 6.95 LARGE STANDING REGULARLY 6.88 8-ROLL REGULARLY 3.77 , J TOY DOLL REGULARLY 3.47 T. V. GAME REGULARLY 4.98 ARThqClAt REGULARLY 2.95 GIFT REGULARLY 24 LIGHT MIDGET TREE 7 LIGHT 25 LIGHT C7 TREE REGULARLY 3.99 REGULARLY 2.99 MAGNUS With Bench REGULARLY 49.95