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-,(( ) ,% r~ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VAtUaERS ADVOCATE 6--B LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND SUHHIT POINT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 ! W. M. S. Meeting ~ed to her home for the past sev- ' " i ar Soc eral days The Women s Miss on y - iety of the Baptist Church met on l an~l"~he~r"son'~?on:mv'lof~" "" ~ ~°~" J~ih~n Wednesday evening of last week ,~ ........ ~,,,n .... ~i, .... t ~h:: Ches ,,,: ........... ~ ............... at the home of Mrs Leroy - , ........ f "- embers home of the former s brother-m- nire wire e~gnt o me m ......... as law and sister Mr and Mrs. Law m auenaance. The meeung w - .... ,~ " " b ~cncc ~rove opened with Devotmns led y ~,~ T "~ ~,.~t.~,,M,~ ,~ Mrs Owen Swisher after which ,,~: .... . 7,., v. %-~-?:-,--~s- :- the lesson entitled "That Our Red ~ag~on ?en~ t~laOnnaaY Ohm Brothers (May Know Our Say- th .... ~h,'~i,~:oo " s s 1ours Love) was presented y ...... " ........ Mrs. Robe~.LlskV. loA' b~ief b~:r h~r?st~r ~r~e~e/s ~l;o~vingaT~n mess meeting IOl ow • . which the meeting was adjourned home in Cedarvllle_Va.... and a pleasant social hour was en _ Mr. Lee Al.mn ~risn ler~ on joyed during which delicious re- "lflesaay morning ~.or me lnauc: freshments weer served by the uon ~enter in ~alumore, ~vm. aria hostess from there will be sent to an Mr. Robert Shirley of "Locust Army base to begin his basic Grove" is spending this week via fLing with his sister and brother- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leon Otis and their family at their home in Wynnewood, Pc. Supper Guests SQpper guests at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Earl Smith and their family on Frnday evening, December 30th were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Willingham and son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jamison and family all of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shade and son of Inwood. W. Va. On New Years Day Mr: and Mrs. Smith had as their dinner guests their sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiant and sons of Baltimore, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. William Pifer and son of Middleway. Also visiting at the Smith home on the same day were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wil- lingham of Harper's Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Winkler and family of Pikeside. W. Va. and Mrs. Clay Smith of Summit Point• Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Howard Fellers, Miss Sallie Poston and Mr. Skin her Poston were their aunt Mrs. S. P. Hanen, their uncle Mr. Gro- vet Stickel, their sister Mrs. An- na Boxwell and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frye Hardy all of Win- chester, Va. Miss Betty Lee Glasscock has returned to Lewisburg, W. Va. to resume her studies at Greenbrier College after spending the holi- day season visiting with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Julian Glas- cock. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens were recent dinner guests at the home of the litter's br0ther-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Hum er Kees in Gerrardstown, W. Va. Dinner guest on Thursday eve- ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton and helping the latter to celebrate her natal an- niversary were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton of Mechanicstown, Mrs. Helen Milton of Ranson and Mr. Marshall Orndorff of Charles Town. Mr. Roger Kelley of Charles Town visited on Sunday evening with his cousin Miss Frances Cole man who has been ill and confin training in the United States Army. Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton and their niece little Miss Trina Propps of Charles Town were din her guests on Sunday at the home of the latter's sister Mrs. Margar- et Lemaster in Charles Town. Visitors on Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Bonn W. Crim were her son-in-law and dau ghter Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huff of Charles Town. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and their family were the litters parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mi- chael and her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Kline and their children Stephen. An- ~, Mark and Nancy all of Kirby, • Va. Mrs. J. T. Crane Sr. who had spent the past two months visit- ing with her son and daughter-in law Colonel and Mrs. J. T. Crane Jr. and their family at "Mt. El- len" lef there recently to return to her home in Charleston, W. Va. Visitors on Wednesday even- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Henry and their family were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie White and their two children of Char- les Town. Mr. and Mrs• Garnet Smallwood of Alexandria, Va. were visitors on Sunday afternoon at the home of the former's brother and sister in-law Mr. and Mrs. Philip Small wood and their daughter Sharon. Mrs. Clayton Stagner and her three children Libby, Scotty and Susan of Charles Town spent Sun day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim at "Monte View" little Scotty remaining there to visit overnight with his grandparents Mr. Stagner left on Tuesday of last week to join the construction crew with which he is employed and which is on a work assignment at the Standard Limestone Company plant in Man istee, Michigan. W. S. C. S. Meeting The Women's Society of Christ fan Service of the Methodist Church met on Wednesday of last week at the home of Mrs. John Marshall. Because of the small at Discontinuing the construction business I will Sell the following, located 12 miles north of Martinsburg, 2 miles South of Willigmsport, on Route 11, in Marlowe, W. Va., (just across from Marlowe School) on SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. Homeeraft Table Saw with ~H.P. electric motor; 18-in. Jig-Saw; ~/~ in. Drill Press, heavy duty; Transit Surveying Instrument with tripod; Stanley $-5 Electric Planer; Black and Decker Hinge Mortising template kit; 1 H.P. Black and Decker Router with assortment of bits; Power Screw-Driver; Skill Belt Sander, 3-in. belt; 2 vibrator sanders; Dexter Lock Jig; Quickset Lock Jig; Stanel electric Emery and Wire Brush; 2 Mitre Boxes; 14 H.P. Electric Drill; Black and Decker 8-in. Power Saw; Set of Dies, ~ up to 2-in.; Lumber Bander and Strap; 3 Flooring Machines; Portable Space Furnace, 125,000 B.T.U.; several levels, square, braces and bits of all kinds; hammers, saws, hatchets, screw drivers, planes, large assort- ment of tools, large ass0rtment of masonry and dry-wall tools; 3 colored complete b~throom sets, tub, lavoratory, closet and all fittings; 1500 ft. of new wood paneling, 4x8 ft.; storm door, lot of pipe fittings; hydraulic jack; several vices; 8-ply truck tire, tube and rim; rubber wheel-barrel; old wood stove; plumb- ing fittings of all kinds: lot of paint and brushes; outside locks; 1 gross of 3~x3~ brass Butt Hinges; 1 roll plastic pipe, 1-in.; also some 1~ in. plastic pipe; socket wrenches: skilled Jig-saw; assortment of nails; 3-gal. Water Cooler; 6 Flush Doors; Bag Truck; some cast-iron pipe and elbows; 6 squares of roofing; 15 bundles of Ruth Lathe; lot of furnace and duets; some tile; spouting; 6 cellar Jacks; several cellar windows; 2 bundles of Insulation; lot of 2x4's, trim, and raf- teSS: ffl~ny other articles tOo r~umer0~lg to mention tliat y~o would use in the building of a home, TRUCK 1956 CHEVROLET TANDEM DUMP TRUCK. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:--Mr. Murphy has been in the construction business for the past fifteen years. A lot of these tools are new and in perfect condition and have been well taken care of. There is everything in this sale to build a house from the ground up. All tools are modern. TERMS OF SALE:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. H. W. MURPHY PHONE AM 7-7870 EDWARD (NED) MORROW, Phone AM 7- 8292 R. E. MOREL$IND, Clerk. Jamtary 12 - It. Auctioneer. tendance only a brief business t ments were served by Mrs. Nol- | f { mtm] i Tau Kappa Epsilon and treasurer| 'meeting was held and no pro-I null3VII flgl~gl~ toil; [and and Mrs. Nichols. ill. ~lllUgl O* UI'ILg ]of Mefi's Dormitory Club. ] gram was presented. Following * nr*-:*--~d'h ** * * houradj°urnmentwas enjoyeda pleasantand deliciousS°Cial Business Meetmg I Dr. He ola Will I Trammg Wflh Marmes I Rev. Kelly Wigfield t refreshments were served by the a son Helpers Club met -~ hostess• The February meeting at the club room on Jan. 6 with l ~1~$~~ T. |H~r~ In V]ques, Puerto Rico To Sink At Local of the group wili be held at the 16 members present and one vial ~I**'" .v .~n,n~s~,, l .......... ] -- | • Marine gnu Lt. ~amuei ~. _ home of Mrs• Robert Light. it°~i~e meetim, was onened b-the I r~lll,r~ WAmAn |an 1/, IGlaize, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-[ Assembly Of G0d Church/ i '] cnapmln t um , icnois reaomg " . . .... The Rev Kell " " " the4 ~?:: ~e::r~y[ . Ranson, W Va is participating . y Wigfleld, Dis- er S:a6itht/s~lmtf:llg p mU:it~d ~LUtTh~rano ~ nomasChUrch^W°~~ ~-s¢-~ , in six weeks of training exercises trice Superintendent. . of. the Po- mbie~evotiona~materm:~ea,Ung:Sohn ~.~ ! • • • . at Viques, Puerto Rico tomac District Asembhes of God were made from the committee. ]Lutheran Church Ranson will ] " [will be ~uest s-eaker at Calva--[I[Why WIri u BUSINESS .............. I hold their annual meetin- Mon I Second Lt. Glaize is attached to I ~ v ry/ • " ~uee u~ets were. given to [ ~ " ] the Second Marine Regiment a | Assembly of God located on Fair- / neeay ~amiiies and ten ~asKets of lday, January 16 at the church I ..... ~ . .. ~. .-.'. I fax Boulevard at Fifth Avenue | ...... " unlt oz me ~econa marine l.)lViS- . , [ -ACTIVITY ] fruit to shut-m, also. [Beginning with acovered^d~sh [ion from Camp Lejeune, N.C. [Monday afternoon at 2:30 Jan.[ -- Who~ ~'--~-'-"~nufi'm*~ ~.~* ~-..~h'~ _~.h~ni~al~ t~uvv~ ,t~ u.ou V-m. L. .... ~Un~ ! ~ ...... t l~tn. ! ~I und lrnatt~ R~t l~,mo wor~ ~,iv. ]will include reports of commit-[~ etore entering the service in | Calvarv assembly will be host[ ] By Brooke Blackford ] ena tr'eat[ A motion was made'ta ]tees and the. election of offlcers ]?e~emDer,l~, net graaua~ [for this fellowship meeting of the ] ~.I tHEN We speak of ! ] Executive Secretary ]give a donation to the Polio[for the coming year. ]~'~,:~'~¢,~'~'v~'~r~'~:'~:'~'|Northeastern section. A Youth] Wbackground,~e~! Chamber of Commerce I Drive. ] The speaker will be the Rever-]""~:'" "'~ .... : 7"o~;"'~'|Rally will be featured at 7:30 in| his boyhood home, hiS Several thank you notes were lend Henry Roland, D. D. of Ber-|a~.e o[ unaries rown nign ~.cnool,|the evening, with the Rev. Wil-| perhaps generatians ! The January meeting of the read from the service boys for I keley Springs. He served usa mis |~enn~r~s ~sOhwni~eWr~i ~llwmiesa~-|bur Bell as guest speaker. The [ schooling, all the infl0 ! Chamber will be held at the Blue their Christmas Boxes. The club |sionary in China from 1911 until | . . L g ... : p .... ge,--. -| public is cordially invited to at-| made him what he is,, ¢ Grass Inn in Charles Town on wishes to thank all of those for [ 1923. He plans to relate personal ] DUO ~t. ~imze naa as hiS nODDIeS | tend both services. | got him started in tB~] Jan. 17th at 12:00 noon. their donation which have been |experiences of the mission field |and chief interests football, track,| | which he has followed i~t The guests pecker will be Rob- a big help to us. The meeting was | as well as to comment on the chal I dramatics and journalism. A bus | -- | since then. What closed with prayer to meet on |lenging emphasis in world miss- |iness major, he was a member of | Charitable contributions and| was the back- Whitneyert Ramey& WhiteWh° ofhaSRanson.purchasedThe Feb 1 at 7"30 Delicious refresh- t ions. Ithe Student Senate, treasurer o~' t.ax:: a:: d~scussed. ] ground of JesuS?Readers of John 1 new printing plant will be kr/oWn ~ • ...... • ' • • • • • .... " ~ • • •• • • • ~- ~. ,....~ ~..~ ~-'..~ ,--.~--~ ~. ~.--, ........ as the R & W Press. Mr. Lawren- the backgroupd ce Cramer will continue on as )lint manager. The W. Va. Industrial & Public- ty Comission has just issued a very colorful booklet called "Va- cation West Virginia". This will be given to visitors to our state and sold to our own people for ffty cents at Newsstands• Shen- andoah Downs is pictured with all 1,000,000 watts ablaze. This 30 page booklet of vivid coloring can be seen at our of- rice. It should do much to offset the adverse publicity we have beefi receiving lately. , • $ , • Eyerley's Department Store of Hagerstown is doing promotion workon our area in Connection wi{h the opening of their new store in Martinsburg. Their Man- ager of Public Relations telephon ed us for some specific informa- tion on Harpers Ferry. He want ed particularly to know the date that the "John Brown Fort" was built• We were unable to dig up this file and referred him to the historian at National Park Ser- vice in Harpers Ferry. But its a good question and we want this information for our files. There will be Four State Farm- ers' Meeting held at Winchester. Thursday, Jan. 19th and at Hag- erstown Friday, Jan. 20th. Some of the subjects to be discussed are: Management of Beef Cattle Herds; Forage, Crop and Live- stock Insecticides: Home Prepar- ed Feeds vs Commercially Prepar ed Mixed Feeds; Controlling Weeds; Implications of Labor Un ions in Agriculture; Hay Drying With Artificial Heat, etc. For fur ther information consult your County Agent. Historic Shepherdstown Commission Will Meet The Historic Shepherdstown Commission of which O. C. Stine is chairman, will meet in the Col- onial Room, Shepherd College at 7:30 P. M. January 23. The pro- gram will include a business seas ion and a report by John Luzader of the U. S. Department of the Interior on the research relating to the History of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Strother Biography 3y Cecil D. Eby Jr. re Be Published Jan. 21 A biography of David Hunter Strother, writer of the Old South by Dr. Cecil D. Eby Jr., associate professor of English at Washing- ton and Lee University at Lexing ton, Va. will be published Jan. uary 21: The 258-page book is entitled ~Porte Crayon": The Life of Da- vid Hunter Strother. It is being published by the University of North Carolina Press• The biography is Dr. Eby's sec Dud book. He is the author of The Old South Illustrated, pub- lished in 1959. Dr. Eby joined the Washington and Lee faculty in September af- ter teaching at Madison C~llege for two years. He received his A. B. degree from Shepherd Col- lege, his M. A. from Northwest- ern University and his Ph. D from the University of Pc. A native of Charles Town, Dr. Eby is the author of 12 articles for leading literary journals. He was a member of the U. S. Navy Reserve in 1945 and 1946. D. C. Chapter Of WVU Holding Open House After W. Va.-G. W. Game The District of Columbia chap ter of the West Virginia Univer- sity Alumni Association is spon- soring an open house in Wash- ington, D. C. Thursday night fol lowing the basketball game be- tween WVU and George Washing ton University. All former students are invi. ted. The function will be in the Caucus Room of the Congression- al Hotel, New Jersey Avenue and C. Street, S. E. Announcement was received here from H. Dot- son Cather, president of the chap ter. It's easy to jump. Just leave the solid trail behind you and soar into space. But before you jump--learn how to land! One man can alight gracefully and continue his course. Another will wrap his skis around his head and end up in the hospital. There are important life-decisions we often describe as "taking the leap." Going to college, choosing a career, getting married-- these are just a few. And these "leaps" lead to happiness for some ---and tragedy for others. The Church with its program of worship and religious education makes essential contributions to our life. For what happens after our major "leaps" depends on the character which has been instilled in us, arid oh the principles by which we live. The Church prepares us for the leapswe are going to take by teaching us how to land happily, and to--continue-a right course throughout life, Copyr]gl~t 196I, gd~tcr Adv. Strt4ce. $tra*~urg, V¢. THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE IN SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF i CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Chgrles Town, W. Va. WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Token, W. Va. H. W.: WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. V&. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN-WII~IAMS PAINTS i'hone 45 Charles Town, W. Va. J. EMERY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Chartes Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRITI'S, INC. PH1LCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 403 SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOM~ Charles Town, " " - W. V~ THE CHURCH FOR ALL . .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building oik character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of ~iplritual values, Without a strong Chu:ch, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church, They are: (I) For his own sake. (2)" For his da~ldren's sake. (~) For the sake of h~s community ,and nation. (4) For the sake of tlre Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday BusINEss FIRMS BELOW THE COMMUNITY: MAGAHA APPLIANCE CENTER Industrial - Commercial Wiring VictOr Refrigeration Equipment N. George Street Phone 424 RANSON MACHINE WORKS PHONE 481 RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W. Va. - Leesbt~g, V&. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, . WEST VIRGINIA RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 Book Chapter Verses Psalms 18 80-88 Proverbs 1 5 Ecclesiastes2 19o21 Ephesians 4 14-15 Galatians 6 3-5 John 15 17-20 I Corinthians 8 10.11 W. & R. SALES, INC. CHARLES TOWN, IV. VA. BOX 591 I~HONE 113 H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington St. Phone 216 Charles Town, - - W. Va. SHENANDOAH AIR CONDITIONING CO. HEATING--COOLING PRODUCTS Plumbing - Sheet Metal - Roofing Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 2~2 THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Omrles Town - 35 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown 26~8 PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES" Charles Town, W; Va. VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. Va. in Eternity, ~the background in God. Chapter 3 goes farther into this. Suppose it is true that Christ was the Son of Go~, "w0rd;- this still hag, but WhY did tt/e come flesh," l~ecome ing ? The great question is in John 3:1~' for the world. The LoVe of eod If ~ny one asks love the world, we that it i~ God's isn't the world too love? WeI1, it is; so of God is in itself the miracle beMde acles are small .world" is used b~ New Testamer/t, self, in various ways.. tl~e ur~i~erse, the Or it can mean Opposite to God; or I the race Of mankind. the meaning in John The reRder Will over the stupendoUS God loves the world. the 20th century with crime~, if it iS true once-up0n-a-time but not now, then lost.) Bttt let us asR tioh; Is God like a reading abOUt J the~ c~ime news, or ~vandfather getung into miscliicf only "Those are cute like an adoring bride, my da~iing boy does with me?" NO, God'~ wo-~en v~th his holiness. His love makes him do world: in one save it. The Life of Bed Take the word, f~le: of "save" and "savior" out of ion and you have word "save" is ious Ways in the l~eW John's favorite and tion is in another nanaic word: ~. world--that is, the wOrld--so that he Son; but bey0~d hope and a promise: ever believes in hi~ eternal life." This not simply a life through death. written a play ,~o the three men, that iS, they l they still exist. The: as each Of them c~nnot ~aL Each --but it cannot 1~ wishes to cannot be done tess life would be a The Oholee of Man Nothing less th~ God's gift, God'S ~)d does not matically on all shut out from fateful clause and not said, God sent everybody would It is said rather so that whoever should have eternal ator of the race of strangely made marl himself. It is ref,use God's amble to turn whether in sorro~ young ruler) or i~ Pharisees). But may say--why Jesus? That iS pointS Of John'~ s0to spe~k, the into the Sieve hi Jesus God has no tiiiiisett lmo, m (Based ~n lho Division of National Council Christ in the U. Community l'resS NEXT WEEK LESSON - THE