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m V 7 ' ~est wishes ~tty ~for better heal- [ Mr. and Mrs. Estel]e Wilt and ~ ~r~ArrU~D A~rt ~q~m~ Ml. ~ [son Lyie of Murrell Hill were din .aa~ ww,'~ll,'~ ~,a~ vau~*~ Mrs. A~mie Grove of Charles iner guests Wednesday with the ~====~==~ =~ ,==, =m • ~ Town was a visitor recently with]formers pare~ats Mr. and Mrs. |'H~K-[~| [1[- I I1|| I~ her son and family Mr. and Mrs. [Howard Wilt. It~1111~,11'1~1!F/ I I&h i' Oscar Grove. ] Mrs. Ell Lanham and sons of M'l~ .T~v~l W~rdv whn ~._~ ~pp~ I near Martinsburg were dinner .............................. uests ~l~esda wi h h fr By Mrs. Georgia Pearl on the sick list is showing quite ] g .... y .• t t t e orme s " an ] , t t oromer aria Iamlly Mr aug Mrs _.. ,m,_rovemenv. . . • • • Howard Wilt. Correslmndents Enjoy [ Mr and ~ w ..... r, ..... +, Ann al-uncheon .......... ~ ............. Spring Like Weather I has on roll twea2ty five .s~olaxs l nu~ ^ ~ .................. i were visitors Sunday evening wi~h The weather for the past w~ekI each had a part in thei,r mass as ,~v w--~v,,,~u~,~ tn ~,~ ~w--- I the formers arents Mr and Mrs was spring llke and a tou0h of [ e.ach recited a poem. Due to sick- .it. of . Jeffer~n-Advocate were [Fra~ak GarreP~ of Millvilie. auturrm and cold just a snow air I hess only thirteen were present, m gnly no norea ~avuraay, ~ec. z~ I Mr. and Mrs William Wilt were and appearance of snow the last ] 2~he poba~s were as follows E v.on a~ne ~enerson Ho~!:,.A very aeT [ visitors Sunday with their daugh- of the week and we may l~ve I Piper Christmas Time, IAnda pip- n~ous., ham runner w_lyn gooa no~ l ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Gull snow by the time the news has [ er t~e Stuble, Lind~ Painter Ch~s .ms~u~ was serve a: "rney were so [ ford Turner of Murrell Hill. come to your home. One.week ago [tmas shopping is finished, John ~n~e~YdumeeY .~cl~UesT o~ an?e~:r{ Mrs. Ca, lvin Lancaster and dau in closing With the news Monday Wilt ready for Ohrrs~ma.s, Tommy ~ Y [ghter Diane of Murrell Hill ~n-~ morning we were e~oying a ] Wilt My Christmas Wish, Lee Writ corres~ts were present. So~,- [ Mrs. Virginia Wilt and daugl~ter spring llke morning, glorious sun-[ Christ is ,born, Carroll Lancaster ry we coum no~. ai~_ oe .present. ] Candy Lou were dinner ~uests shine about all day. Clouds sath- ] Christmas, Judy P~per God Bless .~rqs.. were rea~ oy me. e.mt~or say ] of their father Mr Gilbert Deen- ering in late evening may leave a] This House, Nancy Ann Grove At mg ~ney woma enjoy .Going w~n ] er of Samules_ M~or, Md. Tues- shower which is badly needed. [ his birth, Wayne McDaniels, Mer- us. x ~ee~ as• unougn. ~ney wou!a ] day. Tuesday o]oudy cold about all day [ ry Christmas Friends, Dale Man- oz enjoyec..r~ne ,zeuowsn!p w~.~n ] Wednesday bright sunshine and [ uel, Gods Candle is a Star, David ~nose hear ~Ks present, t~emarKs [ ~ | ~ ~ ~ • | another spring llke day late i~ the I Wilt Christmas Carols and Linda were ma~e oy Mr. tlrown, i~r. I K | ~ ~# || N evening b~vv clouds and somelLoetgerbeam Our Christmas Be- ~enry Morrow. and Mr._Ratpn[ m~ • • i v |~ showers c~utinuea off and on all l fore the teachers took ~rge of ~y[ors.e.y o~_wmcn meyspoze veryI By Mrs Charles Adams --.- - ..... ~,~ ~,~ 1 their elm~s, es ~las~ No 4 san~ for vur.oar~gia~ to the corr~pondvuts I n ram ,~,,~, ............ mgn~. Tnursaay morro g - an l 1 I w rk • ........ Ithe congre~atlon Ha .... Birthda- d we l p eased w th our o . I ~urmng warmer c|earlng 1~ ~ave e, 5 w~a a s For myself I ca~ say it means a Christmas Pageant At evening Fridav mornin~ rm~n~[Dear Jesus and Merry Christina ........ [ ..... ........... ~1 on ~ee - -:-:-~ .- - -- -~.-- -I to ever-one and also sang their greag oea~ ann gne work g~ves us I pp. # ann ~comlng cmaer w~;n some #-~ ...... r^ ~^*~-~'n~ti--- *^ ~ress ^n ~f / s}rong high winds. Saturday mor- prayer ~oa ~ess you everyone ~er our=~sit"~d~'ren~a~'les~,l~ t~v / The St. John's Episcopal Chur- nin~ clear but a ~iercin~ cold west ] ann very nice~y cone zor ~umors. • _^..,~ ,.,:.. ..^: .... ,.~[ ch oa Sunday, Dec. 27 at 7"30 p. rand about all day a~d a cold]must say and I am very,• ve.ry.^~ ,~,. +,.^ , ......• .... [m. will again raise their curtain .--o ~ ~ eorrespona~,us. ~li~,s w~ ~.~et** ..... night. Sunda.v morning cold and]proud of these young people hi- ~__~"~',~'~_Lt'[~"J'~.~"~^~' ~.~ [on the Nativity Scene presenting some suns~he some scattering [ ways vmUng to do ~edr part. ~[y. _~u]_~,~.: ~a 2,.~.~..,.~? ]their annual Christmas pageant clouds by evening very heavy [ Mr. Charles Talton of Hamil- u_u~.~ w_v ~vv_ b~_~_~_up.p~..[~u_.[~j~y ~ [,,Back To Bethlehem" and the nar ~louds and appearance of snow. [to~,,: Va.•was .a. visitor recently ,~o,,, ,~o ~ o,~,~ ..... ~,~2.~ lrators will be Mr. Paul Chapman Monday morning snow, air cold [w~t~ his ’wo exmaren ~ancra ann I" .... '..'t'~"_~ ..... .~" " .... ~ land Mr. Warren LaRue. Recitat- ~,,,,~,~ ,t.~ ~o be good to your [Dennis who are making their .~. our nsv. ~r mysei.~ as one o[lions will be given by the following ........ l home with their ~'and--arents Mr rate cur e ponaenus for all the t ~ i..o ......................... ....... ~.w ~ , - r s h'r -- • ~y tour years my me u~s uccu • • • mas land Mrs. Howard Wilt ............. [kms Gloma Jenkins Peggy Jen- • . honer an4:l IUller Wlt, n znowlng i kins' M r h ' Xmas Program For [ Mrs. Betty Ring who was a sur h .... ~,~a~ ~..~a’ ~.~ h,m- [-- , _ a t a .Adams, Carol La- Sunday School Class , I gic~l patient in Winchester Memo ~.o.~ ..~ .... , ’,dm~d’ ~ marl~ |_ ~ue, uth Jenz}ns, Pa~sy Jenkins, On Sunday morning class No. 4 [orial Hospltal is ~ome now and T have no,,~r m~, h,,, wou~Id t,~ , 1_ y and Lmoa Garrett, Nancy, , ................. l~essie and " " " teacher Mrs C~orgia Pearl who recuperating very satisfactorily .... ~ ~" ....... * ....* "~'^m "n [ • Lomse aenkms, Gloria .... ~ _ - _ - .... _- person. While in Charles Town [kins .Timmv T.~,~ ~,~t-u,~ day ago I mt a constant reader ................... ~I ~[ ............. [Adams and Jonathan Whittington oz wnesmu~ ray news ann sue en .... ' ~[ jo the column very much and ]The pubhc ]s invited to attend. -Jers sin the ys. .... l Mrs Homer Samsell and child- • "'~" ....." ~" ~1 ' v z I ra/ " mo~s zorwara e ery wee o ren vi' " • sited her sister Mrs. Robert story of Christmas, we ~[chat with the correspondent. So [..~l..~ht ..... a ~*lar...~,,.a .... f extend best wishes that may I add a word by saying Merry [tern-oo°'n ....................... • ~nrisvmas tuna a prosperous ~ew Mrs "Char yours will be very merry ..................... h,~ [ • les Adams attended .... "the Chri znas ......... program ~, ~ ano lnsplnng, fine pa~r and every reader far |Charles T .... ~..h~.,o~ r.., .~ and wide and over seas where ev , ...................."Y'" ~ ~"J~ ~] r ou ma be and ---- Bless ev ]~nday afternoon when the kin- e y y ~o~ ' " dergarten class staged their Chris R.E. MORELAND Je.ryone and rhaps in readlng[tmas play before a large crowd of D ".~h]~,~ I Jl~ll~ 1~lvnese .~’ ~ns your me m~gn~ [appreciative ,uare~ts Her daub, h- be made richer "- " ° ' • ter Martha had a recitation SALE CLERK L, oyd . [ Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ada; s at- Phone 570-M Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg- /tended the Christmas program at _ .. :~lular .~l~mn~men~ ~unoay mo.rn-[the Summit Point Methodists ing 'av l z a. m. reamng zrom me[ NOEL Ranson W. Va. . Church Sunday eve, ng. Little • lning at the 18th verse to the close ichildr~ .......... way nan ~. greeung "t"~o ~[of the twenty fifth verse. The[.~v -- , I subject what does Christmas [--~Ir and Mr~ _T L r~h ...... ~o : , - ,mea~ to you: A very.good atte " [ited Saturday with their cousinse -t ance was ou~ ~o serwce ~ Mr and Mrs - s - " • . . . Ja epn Myers o~ _~ #] Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Writ and [,Hed~,esville and Mrs D~ro+~- ~+' A Star shines..,peace ~ family were dinner guests Sunday lcke.Y andx son wayne~' " m" v aaar~ms~"a'"~ ........ i - ;~ with the formers parents Mr. and [ burg aug joy IlllS every near[. ~v ~ ~ ~HngU~el~e~etr [ Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha Sem May you be abundantly* r s ill ad inary St. are having a Christmas ~, ...... ~ ~ ~k,'~ ~ Chestnut Hill folks a e t d [ dinner on Stmda,, Th~,,'ro ~o, ~-~ blessed by all the spiritual i,,, ,,,...% "~B~tl~It ing just a ,little more of this and / .......... ; ":. 7f Y "'"7""~ • . vnv lvmgana zamny, bnelr wives, riches of Christmas tame. ~ that to make their ..Chr!stmas ]husbands and children over for more merrier me zimsmng ~s 3us~ ~l~ '~-~~ I ~ ...... [a turkey droner and all that goes abou~ complete in some oz rue t...it~, i' Th ..... ~=,-=4[m~l~~ ~ .far this mornkng as passing along ]her This has 'been o r'h~o*--o~ ~r~.~•l~V ~ ~1~__~~" ~ main street I would say everY/tr~dition thro"-h "~'-~'-~-~"?-~':'~"-~ $ INSURANCE A,.,,-.,,. ~ home has a touch of Christmas]fatal,.. 4~ "~" utl bz~u yt~t.t-~ ~z bxze • ~ ~_-*. _ ~J and by Christmas eve it would I En~rt~ins Card CI- ' " U UD t ~ " ~ ~ ~ ' ~ was vne mosv aecora~ve. ~ever'~errZville entertain^d ,h^ Ri...~_ BUDDY SMOOT, Mg~l ~ ~ be very ,hard tosay w h~h ~omeJ: ~. and Mrs John KaCkle3/hof " -e " ha ' ~' ~ v ~ l..~la'O z z ~ the less everyone ,w~ll be. PPY[card club at thei.r home Friday and especially after ~an~a hasI • " • - beginning ~nth a cover dish sup- and A Happy New Year to All. made his round and gone on .f .... .......m~ss~on to some ot~er villa-eg I ........................ etc Mrs C rl s ~ ........ ~i ..... h e 'fts[ ' . i~a e~ Adams baked a feel mos~ sure ~na~ ~ es g~ far e lovel fro g y sh cocoanut cake Phone 1091 Charles Town, W. Va. will mea~ a great deal to every[in hnnnr h]rf'% .~ ' ' .onebut the~ft the.Christ Chfldlday which happaned to be that is vne grear~s~ ann t, ne mos~ as-[ day. The delicious dinner was set sure~l gift of all one that. we |red to the following Mr and Mrs WOUla no~ exchange |or no ovner~ W-rren L ~" "" -''- ~" ; .... s to eve " u, a~ue w~r. ano Mrs t*aul gift. MY very .ves~ wasn.e . rylChapman, Mr.' and Mrs. Woodie one for the very merrlest Christ-/Adams Mr and Mr "" - I' h s naywar~ mas ever and Vhe best of hea t . [ ]3o-d and IVIr and ~Irs B "" Mrs. John Runion and grandson [ T.~t. " . oooy Dale_are on the sick list with vir-[--~x~ and Mrs. Glen Magaha, us ~es~ w~snes zor a very speeoy two children R~ r • [ " 'ckey and Da lene re~. very... _. __ ~d[were supper guests with Mr and mr ann Mrs miner ~arue a " • • _. . • ...... ~Mrs. Charles Adams and child- son lemon:rile aria aaugn~er ~onnle ten Sund~v of Murrell Hill were Saturday Mrs ~’i~'rtle ~"v - " r . y ~ena en, her rdght guests vnth the latters pa uest M~ss -g ' Rosealee Keyt0n of Be ents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt thesda spent Sunday with Mr. and and daughters Antionnette and Ar Mrs. M. L. Adams. The ladies mot tutus. Mr. and Mrs. Nelso~ Grove andored to Winchester Sunday morn ing to visit another sister Mrs. family were visitors recently with Bertha Newcome. Mrs. Newcome the ~ormers brother and family who is 74 slipped and fell in the Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove of Sil kitchen and am sorry to report "@Once on.Earth, ver Grove. Mrs• M~ud Everhart of Silver she is feeling poorly from the fall. Miss Martha Adams e~joyed the Good Will to Grove was a dinner guest Sunday Christmas party in Winchester May the blessed words with her broker and fa4nily Mr. Saturday when Santa paid a visit and Mrs, Garland Piper and Mr. to the Boyds dancing class where I~-’cho in every heart this and Mrs. George Talton and fam- Martha is a student Santa treat- Christmas, bringipg joy to Gnu and all. - tlY. gr. ~md M~. ~'a~ak G~trrett of ed each child with candy and a orange. Mrs. Woodrow Adams, SIRES- ~JlVIt2 ~.,e had plazmed to m~ve into two children Franklin and ~Debbie I~.,l~l~,ltl theirclew home ..day but due to and Miss Barbara Shull of Smn- ~le rain the moving was postpon/- mit Point a~so attended the Xmas HUGH VIA, Proprietor Charles Town, West Va. .dis you tdm your tree ]or Ygletide, please think o] us as being with yOU in Sp~t, wishi#g you the very besS o] everythi~g! TOM & MILDRED LENNON BOWERS Wallpaper Store MY. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Ch,m'ch. Vu. spent the week end at thei,r ranch home along B~ue Ridge Mountalms: Mr. a~d Mrs. W~lter Cogle and "amlly of Silver Grove were visi- tors recently with My. and Mrs. Harry ~Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Lee and dav.ghter Cindy Lou were Saturday night guests with i~ne ~ormers parents Mr. and Mrs. ~Ium~Yarey Wilt. Mr. and ~s. Charles Garrett were Christn]as shopping in Hag- erstowrl, Md, Saturday. , Mr. Eugene Wilt accoml~,nied by his mother Mrs. Annie Wilt a~d sister Miss Antionnette and Artmtus Wilt to Martinsburg Sat- urclay and were Christmas shop- pmg, Mrs. Virgiz~la Wilt and daughter Cindy Lou and son Lee were ,Fri- day night guests with the .,formers sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster of Murrell ,Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and daughter Diane of Murrell Hlt~ spent the weekend with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster. Mrs. Howard Wilt and Mrs. Lavern Talton and Mrs. Estel Wilt were business visitors in Pur cellville, Ya. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt are giving the interior of their home a new look for Christmas. The kitchen living room and bed room are being dressed up with a new coat 'of paint each room will r’- eeive a different coat of paint. Mr. Estel Wilt is the decorator. Mrs. Charles Oarrett was a vi~ itor with her dduShter Mrs. Es- telle Painter Friday. Mrs. Painter has ~been very ill of which she had three heart attacks in a short time. We trust you will soon ,be feeling much better Estella and enjoy Chri~tma~ with your ~am, ily. Party. Mrs. Jimmy Chapman, two sons of Inwood were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Mr. Rickey Magaha went with the children of the Charles Town Methodist Church caroling throu gh Charles Town-and Ranson M~-vday evening. Gertrude Thomas wishes to thank all her friends and relati- ves in the community who was so kind to her during the recent death of her brother. Daniel Scott Payne who was found dead in Bal tinmre, Md. He was a native of Jefferson County. # SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS AD THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN 2--A THURSDAY, DECEMBER SI MMIT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 -- -" • " ..:~!];~i:iiiii!~i;:~;ii~ii~i!ii ]i~i~i~i~i~.!:~" :;~i::"~ !~!i!~ii!!]i ~iL.:~i::::i~:i!iii~i~.'..~. i~:i Christmas Party Front ~yal, Va. also was a mem- ~ ~ ~iiil : ![:ii!:ii~]~iiiii!iii;~ The Summit Point Farm Worn- ber of the shopping party On ~g~ ~:~:~ ................... ~? ~ .,~ .%'. ens Club'held its annual Christ- Monday of last week Mrs Jenkins ~i~ ::~i~iii!!!!:i:ii~ili~::~i~!!~!~!!~;]i~" -,~ • • • ~ ~:.:, :;:~:ii:~:!:i::: "::::]::!:::iiiii!:~i!~i]~:~i::::" . mas Party on Thursday evemng had as wsztors at her home her .,~ ~:~:~~~ ::~:~:::~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:,:~:~:~:~:~:~,:::~- ,~F-~,.~ at the home of Mrs. Robert Light daughters Mrs. Claude Payne ~'~ .~::ii::~iil]i::i::::ii~iii::i:!::!:::i:]:ii::::~::ii~ii~f~ .e~ with nineteen members and guests and in.faint sue1 Buddy of Ashburn i~ii!!i!, iii:iii:!i::~ ~:!~i::::::[ii~!~i~:~*:':ii:,~jf~ "~ in attendance. Following the De- Va. and Mrs. Kenneth Walker and ..... i~ ii:i::i:~~-,~,~!i]iii~ ,~ ~ :~.~ v~tions;.which were led by Mrs. daughters Kathy and Betsy of ~ ili~~i~.~ ~iiiii!~!~,’% M '~:~ Wallace Snyder and a brief bus- Bakerton. ~':!i iiq ~iiiiiiiiiiiililili!~! ~l[l~la ~/ lness meeting the group adjourned Mr. Richard Crim who is spend- ,,-~, ~ ~~iiiii~i::iiiii::iiiii::~z ~ J ~" to the basement to spend a hilar hiing the Christmas holidays with '~ ~' %~;i-- -----~'~!i::i~'~•~: |~.|~ i0us evening in games, grunts and 's parents Mr. and Mrs. George ~] ka .... .~ ~:i::~i~[[ |~ humorous skits, ending with aCrim spent several days last week ~ "~%, ~ ~~~ .~/ various groups back to the living in Hartford, Conn. I~:~ ~t~,:~i ~ ~ ~ff~ ~::J~ I~" treasure hunt which brought the Mr. azui Mrs. Howard L. Ware [] i ~'..~ | ~, |- | ~ ~/~ 'room. There gifts were exchanged Jr. and sons Les and Jimmy of [] [] L~ A ~ • ~i: i ~ wf ~k and delicious re:freshments, carry Charles Town visited on Sunday [][] ~ ~#|| ~ | ~ Ii V~"~, ,, - . ing out the Christmas motif, were afternoon at the home of the for [] [] |I~Z | ~[m@ | • ~ ][~~ join wlm served by the hostess, .the party mer's sister and brother-in-law i~ /~ ~:: • • I X~r " continuing until a very late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Light and ~ ~/~~ in wishing you o Here For The Holidays their ehildren Bobby and IAnda. ~ [] ~~ .... ' - " --- -I Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland ofMr. Shelby Longerbeam of Was i!~ ~l~~l~~: Yuletide season u Lexington, Ky. where the former hing o , D. C. spent the past week iiiliii ~~~i very best of even is a graduate student at the Uni- end visirti.ng with his parents Mr. i::] ii ~" ~._ w'7 ,,~,o, ,,, ,,,, - versity of Kentucky, arrived here !and Mrs. Clifton Longerbeam and [ili i i on Friday to spend this week vis- their family, i::ii~ "~~ ~t I~ .. iting with the former's mother [ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heare and ] d[] b~ -- il ~r I /k~ I//~ Mrs. Clifford Rowla~nd and with]son Rusty visited recently withI i~ ~~:.~.| ~ ~ his brotherqn-law and sister, Mr. [ the latter's 9arents Mr. and Mrs. ] ~ ~ ~~~:::. and Mrs. Donald Glassford and [ Herman Swartz. at their home in j :: ~ ~'~ .......... their family. On Sunday Mr. and [ Rippon. . [ . .. ~ ~" ~-~ Mrs. Rowland accompanied by [ Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Longer Mrs. Clifford Rowland, motored ] beam attended the Christmas Din I to PAchmond, Va. to visit over-[ner Dance held recently in the~ PMAD/C’ TfiWM /AIIMI Dfik4AT night with the latter's son-in-law]Moose Dining Room in Charles[ ~IIHIII.I.~ /~WI] KltUJI]l$11~JIv|H/ and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wil-]Town, an annual affair .held for[ liam T. King and their f~mily. [the employees of the .Potomac[ MR. and MRS. FREDDY KRATZ While here Mr. and Mrs. Rowland I Light and Power Company and [ ~.d l~AMTT.V are visiting also with relatives in It heir families. On Sunday of last] ............. the neighborhood and with theirlweek Mr. and Mrs. Longerbeam] horlos T-wn w=~, v~ aunt Miss Hester Rowland in Win I visited with the former's parents [ ...... ' ........ chester, Va. ]Mr. and Mrs. Mason Longerbeam [ .... Her many ~riends in the village, at their home in Berryville, Va. ] are very happy to learn that Mrs. [ Mrs. Stuart Crim of "Monte I ,~ ~:*~:~:~:~:~:~ .... , , • ~ .. James F. Macoughtry has return [ View" was among the eleven local I [ .~;~:i ~ ~;~ ~ | ] [ ~ [ ] | | ~ ~ ed to her home in Middleway ~from [correspondents for the Spirit of ~ :.k~ ~ ~ ~ | ~ [ ~ | | [ Bethesda, Md. where she had ,been I Jefferson-Advocate who attended ~ !~ ~ . ~ ~. [ "~ | ~ [ | J a ,patient at the National Institute [ the luncheon held ia their honor [ ~ ::':~ p ~.~ '~L. ]~ 4 • 4~ ]] of Health for about six months. I at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel on /k~' :~ ~ / " " /A~lz, II, Mrs. Delaney Jenkins in corn-ISaturday afternoon. ~[L L~,.~k ~k'l~ I pany with her daughters Miss[ Master Robert Welch who i i ~, ('~.~~ N~. l Ruby Jenkins, Mrs. Frederick Lon [ makes his home with Mr. and [ [] [] " k~_~'*~ ~ - gerbeam and Mrs. Grant Megar-[Mrs. Busey Carper was a patient [ [][] ~ ~’~[~ gee HI of Front Royal, Va. were]on Thursday and Friday in John] ~[] .2* ~~~, | ~!.~ I _.~ in Washington, D. C. and the Sev [ Hopkins :Hospital, Baltimore, Md. ] • []• ~ ~ • ~ | | T~ | J en Corners Shopping Center at [where he underwent extensive x-[ |[] ~ ~. ~ ~ ~ [ | _[_ |[~f Falls Church, Va. recently where I rays and examination. During his I II ~ ~i ~rF~ | " I Jk.,T-- I~ I*~ they spent the day Christmas]stay there Mrs. Carper remainedI ~ ~~i~ | FI"~'-~ ~'| shopping. Mrs: David Jenkins.of Ithere in Baltimore. I = which are more and more needed proposal for a River Bend Dam I ,.- -- - as large eastern cities spread", ac-land says that there are other me I ~~1~c ' cording to a flew study on the can ] thuds of meeting any water sup- [~ ~~~ " t • •- - ~I al and the e~tire future of the Po ],ply demands that may arise [ ~ ~::'~ ~ gOOg tUCl~,• " tomac Valley. . [ "Even with an abnormal and~ i ~":~'~'~ * -~ ~" ' The ~itizens Committee on Na~- I undesirable ~onulation ~rowth furl [] ~ . ... ural Resources, Washington, D. C. ]the capital, unless nver-flow c~n ]"~ ~:~ - • " WhOSe ~airman is ira N..Gwbriel- I ditions develop which cannot be [ - " . t ........ i~ ,~n; ptlbusned the. b.~kle~. [ forseeh, the pe~lods of inadequa~ l ' ~ . ...... .... .'l'ne.s~uqy ]s .ns~a as "concern ] supply wil be ~/e~Y 'brief a~nd ~Jl] ]' : ' ~, r .~ ea no~ only w~sn ~ne canaJ ann ] occur at long inte.rvals. There a~e I " ~he proposed park: but w~th atllseveral sources of water during] Wi/IIA ’ AIn't DADI'~ e resources of sne entire reg-/such periods of low supply which[ vv ml,.L.IHIVl,,~ f4~/~7 J-f4~l,,,) ion .~nd the!r proper utilization ] alone, or in combinatioz~, make it [ ..... zor ~ne ~rue oe~nezi~ of the peopm certain that Washi,ngton need ] ~nartes Town, Wes va, of the valley and of the country." i never suffer from a water famine I The compilers of the report say i or anythlnk like it" I OhiWe id~nna:h~TaCti'hoenS?%k:to~_~d;~tu~ryl~lroTS~•~gpgoe~t~J~;~r:~- I Paereakt as a r[eCerational center ~ er pollution control has been pro-i gr ,po ~ nee ior a large par~ vided mora effe~+~,,~ ,,oo ~f ,h~, °no:henEaS~roItrnWi~2:l~i.w2t~anVel~r~ underground water supply of the ] , '."~, ..... ~ _,.. coastal plains east and south of[ ~rom ogre ~.mmore a~.a ~s- the city, or de-salted water fro m~ burgh and their nelghbomng corn- the lower est,,~r~ ~.~ t~,h.~ [ munities: It will yield ma~y of the peake Bay or ~"he'sea~Tl~e'de" satisfactions of the Shenandoah saltation rflethod may not be im- I ~lational Park and. the Cxreat StaG mediately available, but neither, kY.Mountains Na~onal Park. . is the supposed water shortage im, ~ ~ne same. rime, me repor~ mediate danger, the report states" says, ~oo~ nvmg is m~cn more Two of ~hepherd College's most outstanding 1959 football stars- Joe Hockman and Bruce Phillips- received another honor this week when they were named as line- men on the 1959 All-West Virgin- ia Conference football team• An- nouncement of their selections was made by George Springer, ex ecutive secretary. Hockman. offensive center and linebacker was named honoTary captain for making the team for the third straight year. Phillips was a standout for the Rams at a guard slot. Two other players z~epeating on the mythical eleven were Bob than good recreation. The fullest use and enjoyment of the Poto- mac Valley for its people and for the people of the natio~ will mean taunt, backs Sam Fernandez of Po tomac State, Ed Helminsk of Fair mont and George Phillips of Con- cord. Shepherd also landed two sec- ond team berths on the squad pick ed by the conference coaches, none of ~om were allowed to pick players from his own squad. Named on the second team from Shepherd were end Shirley Gray and tackle 'Bootsy° Leonard• Other members of second team were guard Clark Dale, center Ray Campanelli and back Roy Kazimakis of West Liberty, back Moses Guin and center~Curtis Guin of Fairmont, tackle Tom Propps of Tech, guard Taylor Perry of West Virginia State, backs Bernie Bartek of Wesleyan and Dave Wiegand of Salem• The taw Is Fulfilled Sermon FOr Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pus, tor, announced Monday the fol- lowing schedule of services for Sunday, Dec. 27 at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson: The Service at 11:00 a. m: withsermon "The Law Is ~'Mlfilled". Nursery held during worship; coffee hour follows the Service. Stmday Chur ch School at 9:45 a. m.; R~ymond Frazier, Superintendent. TltursdRy Senior Choir rehearsal at ~:00 p. m. Saturday, first year c~techism Glass meets at the parsonage at 10:00 a. m.; confirmation class meets at 11:00 a. m. Craig Kastle Winner Of Bedroom Suite A modern bedroom suite from the Swimley Furniture store in Charles Town was presented Sat- urday night to Craig Kastle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kastle, Charles Town, 'by the Charles Town Junior Woman's Club. The club also presented a lamp to Mr. Young of Tech and guard John Ben Shelton, Sr. of Hallt0wn. Garrett of Salem. Mrs. Garland Snyder will be pre Or, her menders of the firs~ sented with a $5 gift certificate team were: ends Norman Harlan from Diamond's for seiiing the of Tech and Ted Waroblak of'Wes most ticke~ on the Project. ]ey~n. ta,~kles John Pis~pia of Glenville aud Aaron Miller o[ Fair RInD Tile 8~11tiT:ADVOCATE 5To / ’’ WhenTXr they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great joy." May the radiance of Christmas shine upon you as upon the Wise Men of yor SIL[lrS SHOE CENTER Charles ,Tow,, w, Va. ( ts this festive season gets into full swing, we take pleasure in wishing you a full share of its joys and J. RUSSRL FRIll'S ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE STOR} Prospect Avenue Charles Town, ..% Our to you.., a great big of warm for much health and good through holiday ff SOUTHERN RESTAURA WEWILL OPEN at 9:00 A.M. on' Day and CLOSE at 7:00 P. M. in the