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e mas gifts for 'the home can give genia~ manner. After t~he Invocat- ~ enjoyment and comfort a real ion,~,,by Mrs. Georgia Pearl a boun 1New Manas~r Whitm0re,ICh groundn his~ck- boost, tiful luncheon was served. The: Williamson is a rmtive of Jeff, Pleasant surroundings are im- di,ning tables were in keeping with y portant to family fun so Mom, the Christmas season and poin- Dad and the youngsters in confer setteas and pine made them very -- ence may decide ~hat this is the attractive. Mr. Brown in his wel- makes his rounds ican living, year to give the home a new l'iv- come remarks made every one m~ pack will be Not only at Christmas but all ing room suite. Easy chairs, sofas feel perfectly at home and the ,rifts tO enrich fam year 'round, actAvities focus more rugs are other enduring gifts that c~rrespondents deeply appreciate 'h~lstmasmd increase family and more o~ the home as mere-all the family can share and an- ~helr luncheon each year. 1959 finds hers of the family get togeVher to y=. I Each member present was pres Juurrent popularity of the recre- ented with a lovely box of Whir- [ Idea of , giving, share in work and play. ation or ~amlly room stems from marls candy. ar the home' gain- [ Increased leisure time for every the trend to greater iamily close ] Mrs. Jesse Boyd and daughter er importance. I b0dy growing interest in enter- stmas as a holiday [talnlng at home and family an- ness and the C~ristmas gift ohoi Mary Alice visited her sister Mrs. family life, homethusiasm for TV and hi-fi all con- ces may very well be things to P~bert Eilertso~ and Miss Evelyn been popular choi- tribute to the tendency to look for nlake this room more comfortal~le Huddle in Washington last week. lamps, bookshelves, a desk or a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer .',e natural inclina- pleasures as well as rest and relax caxd table set. t and son Vaug~n of Middletown, t'he spirit of Christ the family to Pa. a~re visiting her parents Mr. m xltiplied and and Mrs. Clifton Graves. new trends in Amer appreciate the oppor- , tunity to have s e r v e d the :Community throughout the year hope that we have played Some part in maintaining and improving y o u r health and happine . ROBERT AND JERRY WHITE every- ne, we i h a Christmas .... Season glowing with good cheer, enduring friendships and cherished memories. JOHN'S RESTAURANT RANSON, WEST VA. rc's Christmas music ,the air and joy in every heart. At this glad time, we wish for all our biends and neighbors the happiest holidays ever! 4e ::'i' HARLES TOWN'S FINEST .... FURNITURE STORE Mrs. Henderson Deser~/es jalousies to enclose a breezeway or room dividers for the living room. "IV and hi-fi centers for the home get a big assist from ma,uuf acturers who are presenting in time for Christmas gluing a var- iety of specially designed cabinets chests and ghelves to house TV sets, hi-fi equipment and records Swiveltylae chairs for TV viewing axe another home gift idea. Many of this year's Christmas ~fts will add to leisure-especially Mom's by he'~ping ease her home making tasks and giving her more time for other family projects. These gifts can range from major to small electric appliances, from new serving carts and kitchen- dinette sets to handy, attractive !kitchen gadgets. Not only: Morn but all the fam- ily will take pleasure in gifts that make home entertaining easy. Such a gift may take the form of a bar cart or portable barbecue "for Dad", stack tables for extra serving space and hassocks for ex tra seating space. Then there axe many new cock tail tables to choose from includ- ing a 'hight-~egged model also suit wble for d~ning and others that come with tuck-under snack tab- lea or floor cushions. New furnishings for :the child- ren's rooms rate high on Morn and Dad's list for ~ving. Bed- room furniture for the younger ~lild, a dresser-desk .for the teen- age daughter and a convertible sofa to create a living-bedroom for a teen ager are just a few of the posslbil,lties. By Miss Lillian Myers Correspondents Luncheon At Hotel Saturday The correspondents for the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate met for their annual luncheon in the Kiwanis room at the Thomas Jeff arson Hotel Saturday, December 19 at 12:30. Max Brown handled the duties of toastmaster in his smooth and ,CALL 578 "W' Economical-Clean Burnltng J. EMORY KABLE DISTRIBUTOR CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Dec. 24-2t. !of Gooa Credit For Heading Comm. Xmas Tree Prog. Much credit is due Mrs. Paul Henderson for her work in get- ti~g up the Christmas program for the Co~nmunity Christmas tree which was presented in the Me- thodist C~hureh Friday night at 7:39. Brief talks were given by the Rev. Williams of the Baptist ChurCh and Rev. Sergent of the Methodist. Santa arrived to the tune of "Jingle Betls" and stock- logs of Christmas Candy and or- anges were presented by him to the children inside the church due to the i:nclement weather there were no exercises around the tree as in otrner years. Mrs. William Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Strailman .in Coc keysvlHe, Md. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cross and children of Washington spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Wal ter Ronemous and brother and sis ter-lx~-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross. Airman and Mrs. Cyrus Moler and baby of Selina, Alabama are visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. E:enneVh Moler. Dr. Grim and M.r. Clyde Cole- man of Middletown, Pa. visited Mr. and Mrs. William Miller last week. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY USE CLASSIFIED ADS " We t Washington Street y N erson County and a graduate of Lumber Compan ative Charles Town High School. He says his entry into t~c lumber bus iness came in 1946 with the Phil- 'Of Jefferson County lips Lumber Company, later known as the Ber, ryville Lumber In a letter to patrons of the Company, I,uc. Whitmore Lumber Company of Mr. WHliamson points out he Charles Town, expressing best feels it a real compliment to have w'ishes for a joyful and prosperous been selected to carry on in Char season, L. E. Williamson, new gen lea Town the fine work which the eral__ man ger of bu ness tou- l te_M_r_ H. H. unUr handled t 'We offer to all our many ends our bestwishes for a j yous HofldaySeason. ALFRED R. LllNAWEAVER REAL ESTATE AGENCY 212 North George Street Charles Town, W. Va. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON vxm sms ADVOCATE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1959 7--B for some many years and he says I he is most happy to be back with I ,his fellow townspeople. I Mr. Williamson' came to t~eI Whitmore Lumber Company a few I weeks ag____2o wi___th c___ n_ge in,. i ownership GAMES FOR GIVING Because Christmas is a family affair, give games that all the faro lly can enjoy. BRAXTON BROTHERS GARAGE RANSON, WEST VA. ! We have a long, long list of warm wishes for all our friends for a ' bright alid joyous holidayl RIDDLEBERGER'$ Charles Town, W. Va. There's a friendly, festive feeling ;. the air. Th, sights and sounds of happiness are everywhere. The Yuletide season, merry and bright; makes all our hearts and spirits light. It's a wonderful, wo,derful time of year, and for you, and those whom hold dear, we're wishing the best of joy and cheer. We're wishing, too, .for all of you, a era.d and glorious holiday that's filled with pleasure in every way. THURMAN :A, WHITACRE, LPresident