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;i SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON vA m $ ADVOCATE 4--B THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961 kd Akl i I dl ~ IP Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seal and ~1 An I I ~ ~ 3 family of Ranson were recent vis ~t itors of the latters parents Mr. t By Mrs. Pauline 0 and Mrs. Forrest .Hosthler and - --- family. Mr. Eddm and Johnny Ott .of Mr, and Mrs. William Wilt of Vienna, Va: were Xmas Eve Vl~- Chestnut Hill were recent visitors Dotttrs ofand failer Mr. ltartheirg-~na-mthr--Mrs" ~. of the latters mother Mrs. T. D. . ry Ott and brother Mr. Harry E. Ott. Ott. Mrs. Mac Anderson and Mr. . Mr. and Mrs. George Pot~. and Buddy Penwell of Charles Town aaughters Joyee Ann ann ~nelia ere Xmas Da visitors of Mr W Y of Falls Church, Va and Mrs Dor ..a ~R.~ T ~.,,~ u .... 11 ot!ay Cruthis of McLean, va. were ~,, ~nrl Mr~ l~v P-I~ and d,, X n~as Day d~ner gUen~Sb~fs thje. ,h'iers"~;n~ia-an~C-a~y- and son ~tter$, parent, a0x. a ~artin of Middleway were recent ......... ViSitors o~ Mr. and Mrs. Merle ~ar. aaa mrs. Donala earn aria Oden and sons sons Guy and Frank of Ranson Mrs Be~e Ballen-er and dau' wre callers of Mr, and Mrs. Les- s . " " Att "" a Da ~hter Sandra of Round Hill, Va. sere on ~-m~ s y... . ~ere Friday evening visitors of ~r~ ann ume t~ro~an Mr. and Mrs. Frank Painter and spent Xmas Day anti holidays ~amily. Brookrnan and grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and ~Mrs. Cave Brookman at Shen and family of Frederick, Md. were andpah Junction. Xmas Day dinner guests of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Rob !15.50; butcher sows 11.00 to 15.50; I , GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Lester Jenkins and he is the son Mr. Buddy Penwell of Charles top $37.00. Cows active and high-[heavy feeders and light hutcherI of Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater of Char Town and Mr. John Paul Penwell ~ er. . .... les Town and Mr Warren Hard-were ~lew Years Day dinnerl Choice butcher steers none'lhogs 16.00 to 17.50; shoats per| in o* ar er own er, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penwell Penw~ll. I~'l~in to medium steers 20 00" to [head 10.00 down;'heavy boars| p and family of Vienna, Va. were Miss Mazie ~qhoemaker of Bol[p ................... : .... [10.00 to 10.75; stags none; sows[ recent visitors of the formers too- ivar was Sunday visitor of and pigs 40.00 to 50.00; stock] ~____ ._ ___,~__ ~=ffi]oa le Pen el ' ' ........... " ............. IVIAltY llLl ! th~rMr~" My:t Donal~V ~den and Nelhe Oden and family. [30; plain to medium heifers 14.00[bars 11.00 to 15.00. [ [ .Miscellaneous sales start 11:00[ ~t ........ ~u.~o~ .... ' ..... :; Frank of Ranson Mr. and Mrs. George Co~tello of tto 19.0; good bulls 18.00 to 20.50; [A. M.-Livestock sales 1:30 P.M.[ S~,d,~ School Less~ ~vn~ t~uy anu ...... near Charles Town were recent I nlain to medium bulls 15 00 to 18 ~ were recent cauers of me~r grana visi,rs of Mr and Mr~ Carl Wi i ~;: .... = .... each Monday. ....... tt .... -,vo;commerclaieowslo.uotolo.-[ [ $2.50 momer ~rs. T. ~. ~ . Icy and daughter Nancy and son 180" utility cows 14 75 to 16 00" can Mr and Mrs Jack Shifter and ' " " " ' I Mr. and Mrs. Bates Watson, Mr.[ Per Week Bible Xat~aX: Zohn "" " " ~ n" visi Woody. [ ners and cutters 14 50 down; cows Devotional Reading: L,lfl~ son ot l~anson were rece t - " tors of the latters narents Mr and I Mr. and ~Mrs. Robert Ott and|by the head up to 190.00; stockerland Mrs. Vivian Bush and Chippy/ The "Master" I'3-------'---~ [] ...... ~" " " " i" sonsof Charlottesville, Va were/and feeder steers up to 2400;IMrris were supper guests Thurs[ --America's II ! I [] ~rs itoaney oenmns ann ram ly ....... an(i Mrs n ..... a " -ull " -helday evening with Mr. and Mrs.[ finest washer, I~| .~ [ ~]~ M'~ ~,,a Mr~ r.o. Virts of Luck recent cauers ot ~r. ./s~oeK ne~ters na D s oy t [Bane Brown. [ yet it cost only[.| - | ........... " " f i ^tt- "~'a were recent callers of Guilford Turner and am ly. /head 140.00 down; [ Dougie Winkler spent the holi-[ $189.95. Easy | ]Pt~ ~, v. . . to pay for. [~I# [ [~ the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. I Io_chome to prime ca!yes 33.00 tolday week with Mrs. Bruce Red-[ Holds more; ff [~ Forrest Hostler and family. * ..... /~~:~ goes outcner calves z,~:t~o gers and daughter in Leitersburg,[ keeps water hot ~ ~I[ Mr and Mrs Donald Oden and kdA~l~ [~l~ti~ [32.00; medium butcher calves z~. Md faster, cleaner. Saves work and ~-~ over and over agai sons "Guy and" Frank of Ranson I nrrunl [00 to 27.00; thin calves 22.00 down Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Winkler[ longer; washes ~ ~ERTAIN shining v were sut)per guests of Mr. and ................. [ heavy calves 18.00 to 27.00; and son of Hagerstown nad Mrs./ time. See it now! pel by John, like gleat Mrs. Kenneth Turner and family | Blue head grade lambs 18.-00 to Bruce Rodgers and daughter of[ woven into a beau at Frederick, Md. The quotations of The Blue Rid| 18.90; red heaa graae lamos 16.00 Leitersburg were dinner guests/ CHARLE~ TOWH These words arc hal Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ott and son ge Livestock Sales at Charles[ to 17.00; red shoulder grade lambs Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs.[ They suggest rather t Ronnie of Kensington, Md. were Town Monday, Jan. 2, 1961. |15:.00 down; butcher ewes up to Taylor Winkler. 1 6~ C0*, INC They are poetic, in tt Friday visitors Of the formersReceipts of cows, hogs and cal-ID.~o; STOCK ewes per neau none; Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Winkler[ vey or induce moods mother Mrs. TI D. Ot and brother ves heavy with a god demand for/ Good butcher hogs ~7.50 to 18.- were dinner guests on New Years/ 114 North Charles St. call up sharp clear pictures. Harry E. Ott. all prime veal and cattle. [60; medium butcher hogs 16.00 to Day with Mrs. Bruce Rodgers in/ Charles Town, W. Vs. They may per-' Mrs Shirley Fitzwater and son Feature of sale was prime veal 17.50; heavy butcher hogs 14.00 to Leitersburg, Md. plex the mind but s~ Neff, Van and Oral of Char- l~tesvflle, Va. were visitors Wed nesday night with the formers sis ter Mrs. Nelie Oden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harding va~a? family of Loudoun County, were visitors of the formers mother Mrs. Mabel Harding and son Frank on Sunday. : Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and sons Guy and Frank of Ranson ~d Mrs. Pauline Ott were Xmas y dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. ~xMr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and Nellie Oden were recent Shoppers at Martinsburg and Win C~ster.. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley and ~n Roger of Millville and Mr. a~d Mrs. Aleshire of Virginia ~tre recent visitors of Mr. and l~rs. Charles Wiley and family. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefie- iSties of the Estate of Corn A. dler, deceased. ":All person~$ having claims a- ~inst ~ ~ of Cola a. ~dler, d~C~f)~ed, whether due Or not ~ notified to exhibit the ~ne @tth vouchers thereof, le- ~ly v~ified to the undersigned, my flce in the Citizen Office ]~lldi~, Charles Town, West V rgin , on or before the 22nd of JUne, 1961; otherwise they ~y, by law be excluded from all ~nefit of said estate. All bene- f [aries of said estate are noti- to be present on said date to p~gotect their interests. Given under my hand this 22nd dSy of December, 1960. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County o~ Jefferson Dec. 22-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- ~.~es of the Estate of Maude V. ~er, deceased. All persons having claims a- the estate of Maude V. deceased, whether due q$ not are notified to exhibit the ~$m..e with vouchers thereof, le- Vy verified to the undersigned, my office in the Citizens 0ffi.ce ~Iding, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 22nd ~.~y of June, 1961; otherwise they ~y, by law be exclnde~l from all ~nefit of said estate. All bene- ~!edt~iaries of said estate are noti- to be present on said ~e to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 22rid day of December, 1960. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts CotwAF ~f Jefferso~ Dec. 22.3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- of the Estate of Osbourn B. deceased. persons having c lai ns a. the estate of Oshourn B. , decea~led, wh~her du~ not are notified to exhibit the ne with vouchers thereof, te- ,ly verified to the undersigned my office in the Citizens Office Charles Town, West on or before the 22nd June, 1961; ~e they by law be er4~!p~led fr~om all It of said estate. All be~e. ies of said e~te are noti- ~ be present on said date to their interest#. : Given under my ha td this 22nd dkF of December, 19~: : L.C. BRISCOE : Commissioq r 22 t. I TICE TO CRieRS. -i o the Cred and Benefic- |~i~es of the Estate ~ Ella ~ose ~okus, deceased. ~" ' : All persons having claims a- galnst the estate of Ella Rose ~b~kus, decea~, ~he~her ~e ~t ~not are not~ied ~9 exhibit~the ~e with vouchersthereof, le- ggy office in the Citizens Office Iding Charles Town, West ginia, on or before the 22nd of June, 1961; otherwise they by law be excluded from all of saN esfate, beme- {eiaries of said estate are noti- to be present on said date to tect their interests. , L iven md,e7 my hand thi 22nd d ty of Deceh beL 1960. L. C. BRISCOE of c.cgup ert Turner Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam , and family' of Ranson were re- cent visitors of the tatters parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hostler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and sons Donnie, Van, Neff and Oral of Charlottesville, Va. were visi- tors the past week with the for- mers mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and brother Mr. Harry E. Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jenkins an nounce the birth of "Kimberly Dawn" at the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital on December 26. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dale Hard ing announce the birth of "Pam- ela Doreen" at the Charles Town General Hospital on December 28. This is their first child. Mrs. Hard ing was the former Miss Judy Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic. iaries of the Estate of John L. Burns, Jr. deceased. All persons having claims a- g~'tst the estate of John L. ~ttrns, Jr., deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 22nd day of June, 1961; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are noti- fied to be present on said date to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 22nd day of December, 1960. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Dee. 2 2-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefie- iaries of the Estate of Joseph S. Markle, deceased. All persons having claims a- guest the estate of Joseph S. Markle, deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same with voucl)ers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at mY office in the Citizens Office Build)rig, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 22nd day of June, 1961; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene, ficiaries of said estate are noti- fied to be present on said date to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 22rid day of December, 1960. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Dec. 22-3t. NOT/ CE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Ada L. ,'~IoIer, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Ada L. ~o!er, deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the ~me with vouchers thereof, le- gaily verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Buildix~g, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 22nd day of June, 1061; bther@ise they vaay, by law be excluded from all" l~en~it of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are noti- fied to be present on said date to pi'ote, ct their interests. Given under my hand this 22rid day of December, 1960. L. C. BRISCOE :,~o~,miss~9~e~r 0f ~cco~ ~unty Ot oetterson Dec. 22.3t. ]NOT E CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- j~ ~of ,tl~e Estate o~ Koger M. Osb0u~, 'deceased, All persons ~having claims a- gainst the estate of Roger M. Sboufn: deceased whether due 9ot are iiotified to exhibit the ii e with vouchers thereof, le- gak~y .ver~fbed 4~ the 4mdersigned, at my Office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, W~est Virginia, bn or before the 22nd day of June, 1961; otherwise they maY, by law be excluded from all bei~efit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are noti- fied to be present on said date to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 22nd day of December, 1960. L. C. BRISCOE Cg m.,.i igner 9f _ CC0.upts ......... , offe sbfi Dec. -3t. of Charles Town spem Monday and Monday night visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and dan ghters Janie and Kathy, Miss Mazie Shoemaker of Boli- var was Tuesday night visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway were Sunday visitors of the latters mother Mrs. Mary Cline. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and~ sons were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family at Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut Hill were recent visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Tur net and family. Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and son David of Charles Town were Sunday vis itors of her mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and brother Mr. Harry E. Ott. Mrs. Ruby Ott and daughters Janie and Kathy were recent vis- itors of Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Painter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Selden Courtney and family. Mrs. Annie Wilt and"daughters Arbutus and Antionnette of Chest nut Hill and Mrs. Nellie Oden and Mrs. Ida Mac LaRue were ~Mon- day visitors of Mrs. T. D. Ott and son Mr. Harry E. Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Costello ad son of Ranson were Monday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wil- ey and daughter Nancy and son "~IV~Yand Mrs. Donald Oden and sons Guy and Frank of Ranson were callers of the formers mo- ther Mrs. Nellie Oden and family on New Years ]~ay. Mr. and Mrs.1~loyd Manuel and son of Kabletown were callers of the latters mother Mrs. Mabel Harding and son Frank recently NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Rumsey C. Smithson, deceased All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Rumsey C. Smithson, deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the ~nd day of June, 1961; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are noti- fied to be present on said date to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 22nd day of December, 1960. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Dec. 22-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate o~ May G. Briscoe, deceased All persons having el~aims ,~, gainst tl~e estate of May G. Briscoe, deceased, whether due' or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le. gaily verified to the un~ierslgned, at my office in the ,Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, W~t Virginia, on or before the 22rid day of June, 1961; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from aU benefit of said ester. All bel!e- ficiaries of said estate are noti- fied to be pre~nt on ~ d&~e to protect their lat~ests.~ Given under my hand this 22nd day of December, 1960. / L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of A~counts County of Jefferson Dec. 22-3t. NOTICE TO_ CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic. iaries of the Estate of Clifton H. Graves, deceased.* All persons having claims a. gainst the estate of Clifton H. Graves, deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the sah~e with vouchers thereof, le- gary verified to the undersigned, at my office ~n the Citizens Office Building, (~iarl~s Town, West Virginia, on or before the 22nd day of June, 1961; otherwise they may, by law be excluded f~rom,all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate a~re noti- fied to be present on said kiate to protect their interests. Given" under my hand this 22nd day of December, !960, ~ * L. C: BRISCOE Co oaer Aco,u t ..... Cowry df J'e fei ii Dec. 22-3t. You don't expect a child to stand toe to toe with a man. You lift a child... and hold him above you. You don't expect a child to understand fully what is right and wrong. You don't expect a child to comprehend every spiritual ideal. You don't expect a child to sense instinctively the constant concern of God in his life. You lift a child ,.. you give him the opportunity in his Church and in his Christian home to gain moral and religious insights. And you hold him above you.., dedicating your own time and strength to "your Church so that you and your child can find together the spiritual founda- tion on which men should build their lives. THE CHURCH FOR All_ . .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. h is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church. neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (l) For his own sake, (2) For his children's sake, (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and malerla] support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Sunday Monday" Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Book Chapter Verses Colossians3 I-3 Psalms 24 %10 Proverbs 4 1-6 Proverbs 4 7-13 II Timothy 2 1-8 I Samuel 3 15-19 Psalms 78 1-27 THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW IN SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF THE COMMUNITY: I I CHARLES TOWN M A G A H A I H.S. CLOPPER, JR. ESSO SERVICE STATION I APPLIANCE CENTER [ Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Phone 5007 Charles Town,' W. Vs. [ Industrial- Commercial Wiring 1120 E. Washington St. Phone 216 [ Victor Refrigeration Equipment Charles Town, - - - W. Vs. . ""'~' - , I N. George Street - Phone 424 WHITMORE LUM . R CO.,'INC.I . I S H E N A N D O A H " BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650' Charles Town, W. Va. [ RANSON MACHINE WORKS [ AIR CONDITIONING CO. , , ~ .... ' ] PHONE 481 RANSON, W. VA. [ HEATING---COOLING PRODUCTS [ Plumbing - Sheet Metal - Roofing W. WAGELEY, INC. [ /! fhaxles Town, W. Va. Phone 262 GAS | COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. ,ow., w. v. I ' l THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. ~ IMaxtinsburg, W. V,. '" Lesb~rg, Va. | COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME E FF E R S O N ] [ Charles Town 162 - 35 HAI DWARE CO., INC. I l SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME stl lN- | VALLEY BOARD CORP. I Shepherdstown l~l~o~ne #.5 Cha~le~ ~oWn,, W.-'V~.]1 HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA [ . : ' .T EMDRV AIII.E '1 POWHATAN BRASS I PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON | THEATRE--Ranson --s=n ToT I sos,'&IRONwEsTWORKSvn miA I ,,ALways ,.. Go.D ,,,,0." Phone 57S-W Charles Tow~r We V~ / , L F.IT. "/ ' RANSON REAL ESTATE l/ .......... , ..... ] "THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES" ...... R 1. [ & INSURANCE CO.. / Charles Town, W. Va. r~t~J ~, * RANSON, W VA PHONE 309 Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 403 / ........... " * 'sMITH '& STRIDER - ] W. & S. SALES, INC. [ VICKERS & ASHCRAFT FUNERAl. |' | 321 West Washington Street " o, ES To,.,, w. vA D ERS' :---- w. v. 1 Box 591 PHONE ,1, I Phone 5006 Cha~r)es* Town, W. Va~ they fascinate the hesx~ One of these words is "Glory." It is hard to say pre- ciselywhat the means, but we can see that in Dr. the Fourth Gospel associated with God. tho whole wonderful awe- compelling, ore presence of the living the messege of the can be summed up whole life of oI brought the he was and is quoted as looking life (as he was per room), putting words: "I glorified having accomplished which thou gavest glory which thou here given them." The Power and the The plan of John's the first the author presents about Jesus. Each one something Jesus did, author calls each of sign, a sign of glory. these is the story wedding in a little called Carla. (Not to with Canaan.) stories, a peculiarity reader might call of them In other words, these power. Jesus does not under the same namper ~ne rest ot us. acle-stories, or peTe bother me We are more ready miracle announced bY lean Medical * National Program, thafn we the miraclesof the as it may, the least about these Gospel this: The impression left on those who such thal in ordinary the language of beyond ordinary man's t ins, can describe what did. On the other that can be said is thi~: Christ was man, but the become a man, if (as translation puts it) of God became a then he himself, by out doing a ulous than anything 61ory~ Power~ Servioe Yet there is strange were making this your head, and does} with a man ally radiated the" what would points, the climatic that glory ? You would tainly not think of truth. It would seem simple. Here is the Sign, the first had to make use terious powers, what with it ? Of all to keep a country from being a failure. Joy is tho Sign God is never that to foolish snobs try to make themselves. They pi a kind of perpetually Just because he had t! five among sinful people. They assoCtS pain, gloom. "Acts earthquakes, tidal v trophes. What one-siC The first "sign" of tl~ that John describes : with joy. To come i~ ence of God it is not wipe all smiles off is trt~e, God may be Valley of the shadt but he is also to be mountains of deliglfl (Based on ontHnc~ the Division of ohr~' National Council of~ Christ in. the U. S. Community Pre~s S~ ~ ~. rE,OH-