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r / a.rm for adults, young men and women, and children; Donald W. Snyder, superintenc~ent. Junior ttigh Luther League meets at the church at 6:30 p.m.; Senior High Mrs, Georgia Pearl Luther League meets at the par- "*-':,,~ ,.~:~" ~-'~ ........ " *,,~:~., ,.-:,.." e~."-.:~ ,~ sonage at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,~:~f~;i~:.~.'!~.:'~,;~iAIFA:::~'.O~iO'~$ choir rehearsal at 8 p.m.. Friday, Brithday Party children's choir practice at 4 p.m. Mr, and Mrs. Foyd McDaniels '~ Ufe Of ChriS" saturday, catechism classes at the entertained in honor of their parsonage at 9, l0 and 11 a.m. daughter, Sharon's fourteenth birthday at the Community Cen- W~ Be Se~n For Ma~s ~semb[y ter. Quite a number of her friends and school mates were present and enjoyed the celebrat LU~~ S~d~y God Ch?ch To HoJd ion. Refreshments consisting of cup cakes, peanuts, assorted can- dies, potato chips, pop and punch 'The Life of ChriS," and the " | Jspi hoN" Jan. 22 were served. children's service, ."Dollars and Cents," will be the sermon sub- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Longer- jects for the 8:30 and 11 a.m. The Mannings Assembly of God beam and Mr. and Mrs. Willard services at St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, Longerbam of Washington, D. C. Church in Ranson Sunday morn- is announcing a singspiration on were visitors Friday evening with ing, January 23, it was announced Saturday, January 22, 1966 at their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Monday by the Rev. Richard E. 7:45 p.m. Garrett. Neal, pastor. This service will have partici- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and Nursery is provided during patton of the Full Gospel daughter were visitors Sunday worship for pre-school children. Churches of Charles Town, Harp- evening with the formers uncle Sunday Church School at 9:45 ers Ferry, Brunswick, and Pur- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Estel .... cellville. Wilt of near Charles Town. 1 I The Rev. Harold Snyder of the Mr. and Mrs. William Longer- SMmi MEMORIAl Hal!town Church of God will be beam and children of Charles the speaker. The public is invit- Town were supper guests Friday ed to this service as announced evening with Mr. and Mrs. John ~E~= by the Rev. Franklin Linton, pas- nie Mercer and daughter Carol. HOME tor of the Mannings Assembly.Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett, Mrs. Georgia Pifer and Mrs. Tho- mas McDaniels of Pennsylvania CHAS. J. W. SMITH and Mrs. Bertie Deck were guests Funeral Director Sunday night with the former's mother Mrs. Sarah Garrett. 304 West Washington St. Mr David Piper, Mr. Wayne FOR YOU McDaniels and Mr. Dale Manuel Phone 725-5321- Day- Night , along with the tenth graders of Senior High School of Charles III I .... I Town motored to Harrisburg, Pa. to view chemicals they are study. ing about. These young men re- port a wonderful trip and quite a bit about chemicals. PLUMBING .... HEATING Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk and daughter Lynda of Rockville omple e, ,~ Maryland were dinner guest Wues We Feature A Most Line Of day with Mrs, Nettle Staubs and American Standard Heating and Cooldng and Mr. Newton Hawk. Mrs. Rosa Wilt spent the week Also, A Complete Line Of Equipment. Jackson: I PHONE 725-7812-7192-7292 Charles Tow , W. Va. end with her daughter and fam. ily Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Higgs of Mt. Airy, Md Mr. ana ~rs. Carl Hawk and daughter, Linda of Rockville Maryland and Mrs. Nettle Staubs and Mr. Newton Hawk, were We Can Now Offer Rote-Rooter Service. visitors Tuesday with the form- ers uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mrs. Lelores Jenkins Mr. Char- les Wilt, Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Garrett were Men. day night guests with Mr. and Mrs. Estel Wilt. Mr. Estel Wilt who was a sur- gical patient in Charles Town hospital recently is home and is -- -THE- -- mm Regularly -- At The Following Places In Charles Town, ] anson, Jefferson County And Surrounding Areas: CHARLES TOWN COLONIAL NEWS-STAND . MOFFETT'S PHARMACY PAUL'S SUPER MARKET MILLER'S MEAT MARKET WHITE'S SUPER MARKET PEOPLES DRUG STORE ACME MARKET CONKLYN'S STORE MARKET MANOR RANSON RANSON GROCERY CO. JOHN'S RESTAURANT SAGF, R'S GROCERY SANITARY @ROCERY S I-I RDSTOWN SHEPHERDSTOWN NEWS AGENCY HARPERS FERRY REED'S GROCERY STORE RINALDI'S GROCERY SEXTON'S STORE - R.F.D., Harpers Ferry MARTINSBURG BERKELEY NEWS-STAND NEWTON D. BAKER HOSPITAL BUNKER HILL GROCERY coming along very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and daughter Sharon, Mrs. Geor- gia Piper and Mrs. Edith Garrett BEI RYVII,LE, VA. BERRYVILLE NEWS-STAND were visitors Friday with Mrs. Myrtle Writ bfM~rreil Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk and daughter Linda of Rockville, Md. attended the funeral of the for- mers great nephew little Timmy Wayne Grove who passed away in Charlottesville Va. hospital where he had been a patient there for several weeks. Burial was in the Edge Hill cemetery, Charles Town. Miss Rose Marie Grove and Mrs. Betty Lou Higgs of Mt. Airy Md. spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove. Mr. Paul Garrett and mother Mrs. Georgia Piper attended the funeral of Mr. Thomas McDan- iels who died at the hospital in York Pennsylvania. The body was sent to Charles Town and burial was in Edge Hill cemetery in Charles Town. Mr. Charles Jackson Jr., was called for examination for the armed forces but was rejected due to the loss of three fingers due to an accident. By Kant Lanes Mgr. Charles Washington Theatre Clarence The Cross-Eyed Lion Showing FrL - Sat. Jan. 21-22 Marshall Thompson and his motherless teenage daughter live deep in the African jungle, oper- ating a Study Center of Animal Behaviour. A cross-eyed lion, un- abl~ when hunting to focus on his prey, is brought to the Center, where he soon becomes a house hold pet, hobnobbing freely with both family and guests. Amoung the latter is Betsy Drake, engag- ed in studying gorillas, and the efforts of two poachers to steal some of her apes furnishes the plot line. Richard Haydn as the teenager's cowardly tutor, unusu ally good animal shots, the antics of a pet chimpanzee, and of cou. rse, the delightful Clarence, make an enjoyable, thoroughly non- thought-provoking film. Filmed I God Is Father [ Lessen for 3anuary 23, 1966 ! I laackg~ound Scripture: Hosea I l:l-4: Motthew G:9; 11:25-30: John 14:l-l]: II Corinthicms 1:3. 4; Ephesians 3:14-19. Devotional Reading: Ephesians 3:14-19. MUCH BETTER than reading this column ab'out the Bible is reading the Bible itself. So it will do the reader good to take a Bible and a red pencil and every day this week read one of the six Bible passages, mark it in his Bible and then take time to sit still and think about the mean- ing .of what he has just read. (If this means read- ing the passage several times and not only once, so much the better!) Out of many lines of thought the three following may be selected as showing what a wealth and variety of meaning friends of Christ have found in the "simple" statement: God is Father. No grandfather First it may be necessary to clear from our minds the foggy notion that God is a sort of grand- father. Not all grandparents are like their "stereotype," the popu- lar picture made of them, any more than mothers-in-law are like the creatures met with in comic strips under that title. The ster- eotype of a grandfather is an old man with a beard, probably re- tired, with nothing to do but pur- sue his hobbies. Grandpa is sup- posed to take his grandchildren as a sort of a hobby. They amuse him and he likes to play with them. He lets them do what they please, indeed he feels free to encourage them to dodge their parents' discipline and disobey their rules. In short, a grand- father is interested only in giv- ing his grandchildren a good time. God is definRely not such a grand. parent at all -- a doddering old deity who lets us do as we please and doesn't really care. God is Father, not Grandfather. Father by choice Many truths are bound up in the basic truth that God is Father. For one. thing, he is Father by choice, not by accident or neces- sity. Down south there is a city where a survey was made of the homes around one of the inner- city churches there. It was dis- covered that 40% of the "homes" in the" area have no adult male in them. You can see what that means in crime and lawbreaking and all the evils that result from fatherlessness in a grim environ- ment. Now all those young "de- linquents" had fathers, otherwise they would not exist, but fathers only in a biological sense. More than half the natural .fathers in that area didn't want to be fathers. It was too much trouble, so they skipped out as soon as they could. (incidentally it does no good to tell those deadend boys that God is Father. Can you wonder?) God is not a run- away father. He does not have fatherhood pushed on him. He is father in two ways: by crea- tion and by grace. We are all his children by creation, and if any -- or most -- of us are runaway children, that is our fault, not his. We run away from him, never he from us. He wills, he chooses, to be what he is; father of each of us whether we ac- knowledge him or not.. If we live tile life of orphans, we need not think God is to bIame. The high God That God is Father means not only that he is the Source of our being, the One to whom we look for guidance, command and con- trol above all others. It means that God is our Father. That is, God does not lay aside his Deity, he does not cease to be the Mighty and Mysterious, the All Powerful, when he is Father. It is not a choice between the in. timate Father-God and the In. finite and awe-inspiring High God of the Universe. It is precisely the High God, the Ruler and Creator of all that is, who is our Father. The same God to whom Jesus prayed, the same God of whom our Lord Jesus always spoke with such reverence, it is He and no other and no least Who is the Father of us all. D (Bczsed on outlines copyrighted by the lvieion of Christian Educczifon, Nc~oncd C~mdl of the Churches of Christ In the Sons Of Confederate JEFF COUNTY WELSH'S STORE - Bakerton STOKES' STORE - Bloomer), FRITTS' STORE - Mechanicstown JOHNSON'S STORE - Kabletown LEETOWN MARKET. Leetown LOCKE'S STORE - Leetown KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO - Kearneysville -- HAVE YOUR COPY RESERVED TODAY -- (At The News Stand Most Convenient For You) :::-__ :--__::::::: =:-__-__-__ -____- -_-__-__:--__-__--__-__: ___-_ -__7 : - -__: --=_-Z-Z--Z-: in Metroclor. Also showing "Gun fighters of Casa Grande" a large Veterans To ,Mt t scale western in Cinemascope and Methocolor starring Alex Nicol. "Black Sabbath" Showing Sun.- Men. - Tue. Jan. 23.24-25 Boris Karloff, as his sinister, sauve self, he kiddingly dares the audience to witness what is about to transpire. As "The Waudalak", he turns in a surperb perform- ance. The entire cast is fine. Brilliantly photographed in Path- ecolor, the film, with its plush as well as eerie settings, takes on a very artistic aura. Also showing "Laurel and Hardy's Laughting 20's. The Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of the Confederate Veter- ans, will hold their monthly din- ner meeting at the Men's Club in Shepherdstown, Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 6:30. Michael Morrison ,a member of the faculty of Charles Town High School, will be the speaker. Host members for the meeting will be Lewis J. McDonald, For- rest J. Buckles, Frank W. Buck- les, Frederick O. Byrer, Keener W. Eutsler and John Rissler. Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle and daughter, of Lanham, Md., were weekend guests of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Sny- der and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott, son and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sibert and daughter motored to Vanclesville on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs Jack London, of tIarpers Ferry,'and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and children, of Knoxville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ttarding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. William Hough, Jr., and sons motored to Millville on Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Holler and children motored to MarUnsburg on Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown and daugh- ters. Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Dinges, of Charles Town, were Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herlan Van Camp and children. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack ttorn in Charlottesville, Va., on Dec. 19, 1965. The baby has been named William Edward. He has two brothers and a sister. Mrs. Mark Ilorn, Mrs. Robert SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM'ER'S THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 ltorn and daughter, Geri, visited East Liverpool, Ohio, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mose the past week. READ THE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE Annoum FROM THE MASON BUILDING. 116 E. WASHINGTON STREET TO I PHONE 725-7313 Sept. 16-tf- What has happened to this marvebus world of ours in this twentieth cen- tury of God's grace? Mankind seems to be passing through a sea of troubles which has no counterpart in human history. There are wars and rumors of wars among the nations, and many of the nations themselves are split into warring factions, each faction striving for supremacy, and each intolerant of the views, hopes, and rights of others. The great trouble with the world is that men have forgotten God. They no longer seek spiritual guidance, but follow the vain ways of the modern world. We have become a cynical, materialistic generation. If this drift toward world tragedy and chaos is ever stopped, the churches of the world must do it. The world's hope--our hope--is in God and His Church. He alone can save mankind from a sorrowful fate. The Church seeks to furn the hearts of men from the ways of war and fear and hate to the ways of peace and love. THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of charac- ter and good citizenship, It is a store- house of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every per.on should attend services regu- larly and support the Church. They are: (1) 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 material support. Plan to go to church regu- larly and read your Bible daily, Copyright 1966 Kalster Advertising ..qevt~ice, I~m., Stvad, urg, Va. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Isaiah Isaiah Micah John Romans Ephesians I Peter 1:10-20 2:1-$ 6:1-8 1:12-18 5:1-8 2:1-10 2:17-25 THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEK. SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative, Inc. RANSON, W. VA. CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" J: RUSSELL FRITTS. INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-5511 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MeCLURE B. WILLINGHAM. Owner Phone 726-9904 Charles Town, W. Va. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY0 INC. Dial 72 -2921 Charles Town, W. Va. \ KABLE OIL CO.. INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 726-7510 Charles Town, W. Va. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSONo W. VA, PHONE. 726-7072 -- 726-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town. W. Va. Phone 726-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown Phone 876-268 H. S. CLOPPER. JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill.Dale Shopping Center Phone 726-7081 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. 8HERWlN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725-2245 Charles Town, W. VL HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 72 5621 Ranson, W. , , --'9 J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. - Phone 725-5516 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J. E. SENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. Va. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE HOME of BETFER VALL~F..q~ Charles Town, W. VL POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, W. VA. COMMIrNITY OIL CO.. INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. VL Martlnaburg, W. Va.. Leesburg, Vs. 8hepherdstown, W. Va.