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i ,m By Brooke Blackford Executive Secretary ] Chamber of Commerce [ The Civil War Centennial Com mittee will meet at the Blue Grass Inn at 8 P. M. Jan. 23rd. Important developments are begin ning to shape up and Mrs. Leeds K. Riely, Chairman of this Com- mittee, is anxious to have a per- fect attendance. Look for import- ant developments from this Com mittee as they have been in touch with Dr. Quarels of Winchester's Handley High who for years has staged the Apple Blossom Pa- geant. The Historic Shepherdstown Commission will met in the Col- onial Room at Shepherd College on Jan. 23rd at 7:30 P. M. The program will include a business A LITTLE EXTRA ATTENTION To be given a little extra attention is always ap- preciated. Everyone likes to be treated as an in- dividual, and it's espe- cially important when it comes to financial secur- ity. That's why we pro- vide insurance with the P. S. Personal Service. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Vs. Telephone 216 OTHER FUEL COSTS GO UP- ELECTRIC HEATING NOW HAS A NEW LOW RATE! THE POTOMAC LIGH2 & POWER CO. LAWILENCE only offers t Double Prouctton Guarantee When your family monu- ment is identified with the Rock of Ages trademark leal, it is guaranteed not on- tg' nrt' , ly to you but to the l KUI.I cemetery where it 0r ~A~) m erected. A Reek e~P~" of Ages exchmive. c, Your RoGk of Ages Authorized Deele~ MARTINSBIflI6 GRANITE WORKS 109 West John Street Telephone Amherst 7- 6141 Martinsburg, W. Va. FLOYD C. ODOM, Owner r41. Atto.q . euu_ TLt..o- .Cub Scout Pack 39 Friday, #un-I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ,AeMERS ADVOCATE session and a report by John Luz II*u v. iv . JU H LIIIIU /IWI [ ior Choir practice "at 4:00 p. m. ader of the U. S. Department of the Interior on the research re- _, . -i ...... [Saturday, first year catechism ~=-B THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961 apeakelating tOandtheohioHistory of the Ches- I ~ ~ " " hepherd s leacher ermon for Luth n$ ] class at 10"00 a m ; confirmation class at 11:00 a.m. hoped that Shepherd students one interested in making colored Canal. Dr. O. C. Stine brought us the Tr=|m.n* D,d,r," The Roy. Richard" E Neal, pus-] ]will take a greater interest in this ]pictures in discussing the quality interesting information that in I project. More information will be land composition of colored pic- 1834 the C. & O. Canal had reach mmuHm,~ mvllt,3 tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Char- [ P|,,I, It PI .k ttl I available in the near future. ] tares and in sharing the showing led Martinsburg and at that time ....... ch, corner of Seventh Avenue lL, IILl~ h I, lUU U| !den~r" o~" S~e;hl:ndaK~r'll:::eml~a and North Mildred street, Ranson I I Club pins have arrived and [of their pictures with others. The the Shepherdstown Council ap- statement today called attention schedule of services for Sunday ]~ ~ ~'~seP'e["t,~|~-'ege l members may obtain them from [first meeting will be held in the propriated $500 towards the cost s announced Monday the following [George Brake, treasurer. A pin [American Legion Lounge at 8 p. of construction. Several years la- to Shepherd's policy regarding j ............ "' I [was presented to Dr. Klug, advis- ]m. Friday, January 27. If enough an ~-,~ anu suosequen~ weeK-uay . . . ter the Shepherdstown Council the selection of candidates for church and Sunda School even ]~1--. A~.- .... ~_. [er for his faithful assistance and [interest is shown in forming a appropriated more money to buy teacher training "Any student ts The " " " L~- - .,-[rlall~i A~|IIHU~ [service to the organization. [camera club a constitution will aervlce at ll'(~ a m wire stock in the canal. Whoul~XP~lCtSh~:annlicat on for ad becmeiateacher sermn','Such Little,Things", and II ~ Plans are being made now for lbe presented for approval and The Circle K Club of Shepherd ] extra activities during the second [ club officers will be elected. Fol ':: ':: ::: ::: ::: I-~oo~.. ~ ~.-~--~.-~ ~-;-;..- children s sermon, A Kamishi-[College held its regular monthly [semester. Heading the list is a i lowing the business meeting Of great interest to local busi- ~ro~ram ~duri'nu ~re~i~rat~i~on"f'o~ bai". Nursery held during wor-Imeeting in the men's lounge of [proposed party for underprivileg- [there will be an hour long slide nessmen is the Small Business In ~.* ~ _ s . s .... ship; coffee hour follows the Ser I Knutti Hall, Jan 5 In the ibsen- led children in hte Shepherdstown ]show of scenic places in the beau stitute to be held at Shepherd the secono semester oz his sopn- . . . ,nmr~ wnr" r~r .~l,n.k~r *~taa vice. Sunday Church School at Ice of president Eddie Nelson, [area. [tiful sunny State of California College. These Institutes, held at ..... ~ ...................... . ............. arren ....... Freshmen it has been announ s:aa a. m.; Joseph m ~tatey, ~upt. Iw micKey presioea at the [ [from such places as Disneyland, other colleges, have been of much cod, will register for the sorinu Junior Luther League at 6:30 p. [meeting. I~ ~= d , IYosemite, San Francisco and Nor help in helping business institut- ion to operate more successfully semester this year Monday,-Jan~ m.; filmstrip;. "B~tle one Small ] Last summer the club, in coop-[~e[~ P~i~]USIaSTS ]them California. They are initiated by the Small 23 from 1 p. m. until 4 p. m. Up- manet . ~enior Luther. ,.eague [eration with the Martinsburg Ki- I I Business Administration. The In per classmen will register Wues- mee s at 7:30 p. m. ruesaay, 6:3u I wanis' sponsored a trip to France ]To ] nH rv [ u. N. postpones discussion of stitute at Shepherd College will day, Jan. 24 from 8:30 a. m. until p. m., Church Councilmen's In. ] for a local girl. During the sum. ] ............... ~ .... ]disarmament be co-sponsored by Shepherd, the 4:30 p.m. stitute at Grace Lutheran Church [mer she worked for a French Martinsburg Chamber of Corn- Dr. Slonaker pointed out that Winchester, Va. Wednesday, [company and had the opportunity I Legion Lounge At 8 I Ethiopia offers a"--mnesty to re- merce and the Jefferson County it is advisable for future teacher Brownie Scout Troop 15 at 4:00 ]to travel throughout France. | [bels. Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Her- training candidates to act on the p. m.; Senior Choir rehearsal at I Plans are now underway for a [ According to Steve Stone Jr. [ ry Leaden, professor of Business matter now in order that confus- 8:00 p. m. Thursday, 4:00 p. m. I similar program in 1961 and it is "there will be a meeting of any ' GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY ion, wasted effort, and loss of Administration at Shepherd, will be Co-ordinator of this course. A limit of 40 students has been placed on this class and the hum bet of Jefferson Countians partic ipating will be limited to 16. These classes will be held each Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 P. M. beginning March 1st and con- tinuing for eight consecutive weeks. The subjects are Banking services avilable to businessmen; causes of business failures; Em- ployee evaluation; Personnel training and motivation; Account ing records and control; the busi- nessman and the law; Insurance and the businessman; ?,nd.~I~m- an Relations and the busin~ss- man, The tuition will be $35.00 and diplomas will be issued at a din- ner held at the completion of this course. Send applications to your Chamber office. A British scientist revisits An- taritc sites. $2.50 Per Week The "Master" ---America's finest washer, yet it cost only $189.95. Easy to pay for. Holds more; keeps water hot longer; washes faster, cleaner. Saves work trod tbne. See it now! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC 114 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. L McDONALD. JR.. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Vs. time may be avoided later. Stu- dents who intend to qualify as el ementary teachers should begin their program during their fresh men year. This, through proper planning, will eliminate the pos- sibility of later conflicts in cour- ses. Such conflicts might easily result in the necessity to spend one or two extra semesters in pre paration for teacher certification. Robert ed Head Of Men s Club In Shepherdstown Robert Moran, retired govern- ment employee of Shepherdstown was named president of the Shep herdstown Men's Club at the an nual meeting Thursday night in War Memorial Building. He suc- ceeds Jack Orndorff. Joseph Shifman was named vice-president. Sterling Bradley was named secretary. Russell White was'named trees urer for his 16th consecutive year. For a program at the meeting a film on "Electricity" was shown. The Band Boosters Assoc- iation served the dinner. The club, was started in 1945 with the Reverend John Fray as )resident. LL By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Schultz ~nd sons of Winchester, Va. were visitors Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and sons. Elwood and Donald Bowers, Frank Simons, Joseph Ranalli, Gary Johnson and Marshall Black ford attended the WVU-GWU bus ketball game at Uline Arena, in Washington, D. C. Thursday even ing. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker and Mr. George Vickers of Charles Town to Philadelphia, Pa. and that evening witnessed the WVU- Villanova game at the Philadel- phia Palestra. Circle Meeting Seventeen members and two visitors were in attendance when the January meting of the Pres- byterian Circle and the Execut- ive Board of the Women of the Church was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. The President, Mrs. Natalie Parks opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Myrna Bowers, secre tary read the minutes of the last meeting and had roll call. A num ber of business matters were dis- :ussed, including the budget for .he- coming year. The Circle lesson for this mon- h "Stand Firm in One Spirit" .aken from Phillippians 1:21-2:4, #as reviewed by Mrs. Doris Cos- ello. The meeting was closed vith prayer by Mrs. Sonia Gray. ~uring the social hour, delicious ffreshments were served by the 3stess. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders nd family of Charles Town vial- ed Mrs. Ander's parents Mr. and :rs. Bernard Ott Saturday even g. Master Timothy Muse spent aSt rday in Charles Town visiting ,is aunt Mrs. Betty Frye. Mrs. Edward Young of Char-: es Town was a guest last week! f her mother Mrs. James R. Cos ~llo and family and this week rill visit with her brother-in-law md sister Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ]oyd. Mr. Lester Moler accompanied relatives from Bakerton to Har- risburg, Pa. ~n Monday where they attended the Farm Fair. Mr. William C. Hoak was a pa- tient several days last week in th Winchester MemOrial Hospital for surgery. At this writing he is recovering satisfactorily and ex- pects to return to his work at Val ley Board Corp. on Monday. Mrs. Winerd Bowers visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rider in Charles Town Monday afternoon. Rev. Graham Wood of Duf- fields was a supper guest Thurs- day of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peach- er and sons. Master Michael Simons of Char les Town spent the weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY When Chri topl Columbus began h;s probe of On unknown ocean them were mony who predicted he would soon reoch the ,dge the and fort off into nothingness. Today we are probing nothingne . The edge of the world is everywhere; and man eagerly reoches for whirling worlds that pioneers yet unborn may colonize. As we explore the vastness of God's reotion we realize with greater owe might and majesty. But gre te5 we know, is our need for understanding His Will, ond His Love for man. For man can take to his new worlds tomorrow only the Truth ond Faith ond Life he discovers in world today. Therefore, wh,'le a few gifted scientists ore building highways from the edge of the earth, the Chumh is offering everyone opportunity to probe the spiritual dept which determine our destiny THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW INSUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF THE COMMUNITY: CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE iSTATION Phone 5007 Charles. Town, W. Vg. WHITMORE LUMBER:: CO., INC. BUIldING SUPI~IES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. V~. H. W. WAGELEY' INC. StrpF_~TANE GAS- SEEVICE Phcme 241 Charles Town, W. Va. J E F FE R SON HARDWARE CO., INC. SH]~&WIN~ PAINTS , Phone 45 Charles ToWn, W. Va~ J. EMORY KABLE Esso DIS t mUTOI Phone 578-W Clmrles Town, W. Va. i J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHI~CO DEALER Charles Town, W. Vs.' Phone 403 SMITH & STRIDER FUNFAg&L HOME Charles . . - W. MAGAHA APPLIANCE CENTER Industrial - Commercial Wiring Victor Refrigeration Equipment N. George Street . Phone 424 RANSON MACHINE WORKS PHONE 481 EANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIESSERVICE Charl Town, W. Martinsburg, W. Vs. - Leesburg, V~. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VI GINIA POWHATAN BRASS WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. I NSON, W. VA. PRONE 309 W. & R. SALES, INC. CHAELES TOWN, W. VA. 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 Met~l - Roofing Clmrles Town, W. V~. Phone 262 THE MELVIN T. STRIDER C0. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Clmrles Town 162 - 35 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown 2683 PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE---Ranson ,'ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES" Charles Town, W. Vs. VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Pholi 5006 Charles Town, W. Va. Bible Material: ffohn 4. Devotional Reading: ]'~ BELIEF does not al like the sudden ttt~ thousand floodlights. come slowly, like the dawn, first only a edge of darkness, a grey along a clo~ into the glory of So it has al- ways been. Many books in the Bible are con- oerned with faith, or belief. Espe- cially John. Not only is Jesus in the spotlight, but John turns the light also on those who be- lieved-and on those' Why did the Why lieve ? Can This Be The Stories in the names, often, not itself but from sor~ other (perhaps tagged the story never lost. One such John 4, its usual Woman at the Well." ly has the spotlight at does not keep it. in the Gospels, is the picture; but the speak, is so held now on one, now on who surround that The story begins but it does not end ends with the seems to have had nol also believed Let us one thing in this grew. It began sure. at all, and the But she was inkling of the truth. the Christ ? she said. first stage of faith, very high. But it Only from this can oe reached. This ts hesitation, of doubtful! it is inquiry. It sho~ They Kept Coming . Evidently this bors did not laugh her trifle of faith was A man on the street looking u1 not know, himself. maybe he heard a plane overhead. But looking at who see him will we read that the me~ went out to talk with see him for word for "they were "they came" to him i~ It is not the word used for one single form of the verb is done over and that they did not all go they came out one bY groups. Some of ther~ to wake up than like that People action-times when some will put their brake quicker than have different faith, too. Jesus did1 against the late should we. "And We Known How do people to be assured in 'm~rts, that JesUS Savior of the 3evict ? Very maritans did. We ~ome one else be a parent, ~aybe suggesting ~ot too confidentlyl arousing our :tep is personal ?hrist. This is ~he essential of anY 1 'aith. No one can n an X, a md unbodied nar~e~ must be more than 9uly. As Christ lage and stayed for we can imagine been kept busy all ~he night--so he into our minds, only after that one can say, myself, and I ing is not like 2 are 4. It is when person ing born of faith, its full power. (Based on the Division of National Council Christ in the U. Communit~ Yress NEXT WEEK LESSON - THE Mt