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I Mrs. Charles Stocks of Bruns- very sudden on MondaF morning Bolivar yflst, ed Mr. and Mrs. I:~ve '~ wick. Md. spent the day Saturday Mrs. Viands lived a while in our Oageby and family Sunday. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. town and was a fine neighbor and Our sympathy is extended to By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viand~iRobert Frye. a grand mother. Mr. and Mrs. George Oreenwalt Mr. and Mrs. John Via,~ds of near Knoxville, Md. were callers on Tues:lay night with the for- mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and children and Mrs. Connie Earp and daughter Evelyn the lot I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and Mr. Roland WhJpp of Millville in their recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and daughter Sherri and Mr. and Mrs. spent the day Sunday with his~ ~'~ _~t h~nt daughter Mrs. Anna Bell Stocks Donald Hove rmale and daughter brother-i,.~-law and sister Mr. and Will Pr the latter of Brunswick, Md. were Doneaa of near Bolivar were Sun- Mrs. Bert Viands. Mrs. Harry Shir in Martlnsburg on Saturday going day evening callers with their par ]ey of the General Ttelephone Co. up after Mr. a,nd Mrs. Frye's eye ents Mr. ar/d MI'~. Albert Viands was also a dinner ~uest. Other Leet0wn Baptist Church glasses. Jr. at the Bloomery. ~callers were Mr. Lester Viands Mr. Robert Frye was a Sunday!and son Glenn of town and Mrs.! A pageant, "His Birth a Path caller wil~h his sisters Misses Ma- George Jones. mie and Oracle Frye in Charles Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and To Calvary" will be presented at ter of Harpers Ferry spe~t the day Sunday at Tysons Corner, Va. at the home of Mrs. Earp's dau- ghter Mrs. ~race Byers. Mr. and Mrs. Byers are the proud parents of a little daughter born last week They have two little girls now. Mrs. Wll~bur Henry of Ranson and Mr. Forrest Chamblin of Mid dleway were Saturday evening vis ltors with their brother-ln-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Sylvester of Bethesda, Md. spent the weekend with his par- en~. like to sinq out our thanks to you for your loyal patronage and to wish lrou a holiday luU of old-fashioned wmmib merriment and much good fellowship. MARTINSBURG, WEST VA. Mr. and -Mrs. George Jones spent Saturday afternoon with friends in Martinsburg. Mr .and Mrs. Ronald Wiles, Mrs. I)gnald Hovermale and mo- ther Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and Mrs. Hall Thomson were in Mar- tinsburg Tuesday night. i!r! Town. son Bobby of Brunswick, Md. a,.nd Mr. C, R. Whipp was a caller Sunday afternoon with Mr. Wil- liam Slinkman. Mrs. Ellen Viands a~d Mrs. El- va Viands of the Bloomery spent the day Friday with Mrs. Julia Viands. We are glad to hear Mr. 'Sip- py" Mercer of Charles Town is get ting along as well as can be ex- pected after undergoing an operat Mrs. Hele~ Whipp Mercer visited him last Friday. Mrs. Garland Henry, Mrs. Billy Dlxinson and Mrs. Maude Small- Wood attended the Christmas Par ty of the W. S. C. S. Wednesday night of the Oakland Church vChlch was held at the home of Mrs. Forrest Boyer near Kable- town. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the children, the sisters and the brothers of the late Mrs. An- nie Vla~ds whose death occurred .l l By J. E. Saville " " e.::L o ... .:. :GO ,Bo ,,, 104 E. Washington St. Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTIOH SERVICE CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of town were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylvester. Mrs. Hall Thomson is spending through Christmas with her dau ghter and son-in-law i,n Manassas Va. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush were callers with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Willingham at Bardane on ion last week in the John Hopkins Sunday; glad to hear Mr. Willing Hospital in Baltimore. His wife. ham is doing as well as can be ex- pected. t Mrs. Lester Ott and son Michael spent the day with her mother i Mrs. James Dailey. I Mr. a,~d Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughter Donna spent the day Monday with his mother Mrs. Cyde Sperrow in Berkeley Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were Sunday afternoon callers with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pen- well in town. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Tommie Herndon are visiting the latter's parents Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah Fritts. This being Ohristma~ week we will begin by sending you season's By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilt and family moved Saturday from the Hockensmith property to Charles Town. Mr. Wilt is employed at the Ranson Machine Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose and son Larry of Charles Town visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose Sunday night. Mrs. Esther Bragg spent Thurs day in Washi~agton with her dau- ghter Miss Beverly Bragg. Mr. and Mrs. William DeMoss and son spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawren ce DeMoss at Great Cacapon. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell arid Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jamison vis lied James Mitchell Saturday at Mr. Alto Hospital in W~shington t James is improving ~aow. Mrs. Owen Johnston and son Samuel of near Ranson spent Sun day at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and stayed with their childreh Donnie aud Judy. IWhile Mr. and Mrs. Breeden ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Breeden visited their sister land brother-in-law Mr. ~and Mrs. Gilbert Davis in Arlington, Va. Mrs. Davis has been very iii and had been hospitalized Ior awhile. Enjoyed Luncheon I am very glad I was able to at tend our annual luncheon Satur- day at the Thomas Jefferson Ho- tel. Everything was so nice and we really enjoyed the fellowship and hospitality. We certainly were sorry for those who were si~k and not '~le to attend. I wish each and everyone a Merry Chris ~mas. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby visi ted Mr. and Mrs. James Potts in Shepherdstown Saturday night. Mr. Ports is skill on the sick list. Mr. Bin Ports and daughters 04 the Leetown Baptist Church, Dec. 27 at 7:30. ! Exercises by the Nursery, Be- ginners, Primary and Junior groups will be followed by a pan- torrdne "O Little Town of Bethle- hem." Everyone is welcome to attend this annual presentation by the youth of the church. greetings with our .best wishes for your success and happiness throu ghout 1960. It has besn a pleasure to know and work with the people of t~he county in 1959. The cooperation of and the effort put forth by .tube many leaders, newspapers and of- ficials of bhe county has been a help to the agriculture, 4-H club and homemaker program. All of SHUGART'S Charles Town, West Va. tis on a note of sincere apprecia- tign that we thank you for your pat- ronage and wish much holiday joy and good cheer to you and your family! CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. Chiming in with our joyful greetings of the season and our deep appreciation of your f endly patronage. BOWIN6S TEXACO SERVICE FRANK BOWINGS, Pr p. Phone 5014 Charles Town, W. Va. ALVIN ENNIS, SR. Charles To n, West Va. these programs have been advan- ced by your effort. Helen Keller ,has said, "I long to accomplish a great and noble twsk, but it is my chief duty to ac complish humble tasks as though they were great and ,noble. The ~world is moved along not only .by i the mighty shoves of 'its heroes but also by the aggeergate of the pushes of each honest worker." Most of us find ourselves in the position of Helen Keller, w,here , it is our duty and privilege to ac- complish humble tasks as if they were great and noble. We must remember these hum- ble tasks are just as necessary as the great and noble ones in mov- ing the world along. Merry Christmas to you and may you gain much in pre~forming your tasks; great and noble or humble in 1960. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 4--B THURSDAYY, DECEMBER Charles Gore, Teacher ATTEND CHURCH For Yokefellows Class DR. O. T. Charles E. Crore, a past presi- dent and long-time member of the Yokefellows Bible Class of the Charles Town Presbyterian 6rhur- ch will bring the Christmas les- son Sunday morni,ng when the class convenes at 9:45 a. m. Mr. Gore will ,be introduced by ~teve Dalgarn Who will be in charge of the program for the occasion. All members of the Yokefellows Class are asked to make a special effort Lo be present and bring a friend or guest with them. FOOT Will Be In AFTERNOON and From 1:00 to 7:0 107 South Charles Telephone EVERY is At this joyous season of and receiving, we take in extending to you our felt good wishes for a very Christmas! We hope that you a all your loved ones enjoy eveff minute of ,this happy holidaY[ Your Friend and Humble Servant of Charles Town, W. Va. :!!i!ii!iiiii!!> !:i:i !ii!!:i~ :i:i:ii::k '" The $eene is set/or Christmas,, entei, laugti[d and love,-loyand good cheer. To your happy holiday, we'd iike to add 0 warmest.wishes, our most sincere thanks ]or the opportunity o] serving yO, Your patronage is truly appreciated.., we'll do our best to deserve it always` RANSON Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Jenkins and All Our Em Rans n, West Va. '