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Mrs. Mary B. Furr Guests at Dinner Mrs. Clark Furr took Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr, Mrs. B. H. Riw- dleberger, Mrs. Hedy Everhart and Miss Mary Magaha to the Cliffside Restaurant for dinner Monday. After a most delicious dinner they drove down into Maryland and back through Vir- ginia on the way home. The oc- casion was Mrs. Mary Bruce ,~ urr's birthday. Club Meeting The Leetown Home Demonstra- tion Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Stanley Dunn with 18 members and one visitor pres- ent. The meeting was opened with Mrs. Ily Bratina having the de- I represent ?rom th# company #ew eoeAs 1,oi # seW, E KISHm Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725,5814 West Liberty Street / CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. WIDE Iduru~A mSURANC| OoMPANY l uuvuAt nee msuaW:[ couranvl | .~f UIr! msule,u~c! coue~r/ | _ Home Office: olumb.s. Ohio your ikari~ Beserves The Best l SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potoma Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 *l votions, were recent visitors of the lat- In the absence of the president, ter's Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dillow Mrs. William Harris took over. and family. Dues were paid and project Mr and Mrs. Walter Kuhn of sheets were given out. Stiles Trailer Park, Ranson, were Cards were sent to three mem. Friday evening visitors of the lat- bers who were sick. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- After a most delicious dinner I lard Ott and daughter, Kathy. Mrs. F. P. Owens, Sr., had the lesson, "The Homemaker's Chang- ing Roles." She gave a very in- teresting explanation. There were five birthdays in January. After the meeting adjourned, several quiz games were enjoyed. It is hoped to have some craft to work on next meeting. The next meeting will be Wed- nesday, February 16, at 10:30 at the home of Mrs F. P Owens, Sr., with Mrs. Charles Owens co- hostess. It will be a potluck dinner, so everybody should bring a dish of ~ food. Mr. Charles Blue, of Martins- burg, was a caller in the village recently. Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. Sammy Oden and daugh- ters, Tammy and Sherry, of the Bloomery, were recent visitors of his mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and son, Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and daughter, of Charles Town, were recent visitors of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wiltshire and son, of Millville, were recent callers of the iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tumblin. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cogle and son, of Silver Grove, were recent visitors of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cogle and family. Mrs. Inede Cooper has been on Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were Friday evening visitors of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Viands and family at the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and family, of Bakerton, were recent visitors of the formers mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and son, Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Grey, of Berkeley Springs, were Saturday visitors of the latter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley and son, Woody. Lisa Oden was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughter, Kathy. Mrs. Pauline Ott, Mrs. Nellie Oden and Lisa Oden were shop- pers in Martinsburg on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tarman, i of Charles Town were recent vis- itors of the latter's mother, Mrs. Lettie Ott and family. Mr. andMrs. Billy Viands were Saturday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. Wagor Pen- well and family at Charles Town. Mr. Sammy Oden and daughter, Tammy, of the Bloomery, were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mrs. Elda Barr and son, Timmy of the Bloomery, were recent vis- itors of her mother, Mrs. Lettie Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Oden and daughters, Tammy, Sherry and Kathy, and son, Sammy, Jr., of the Bloomery, were recent visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pearson and daughter, Stephanie. Area Holsteins Set Hew Production Marks Bratleboro, Vermont. New offi Loudoun County, Va., were re- cent visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hardy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jenkins and son, Brent, of the Bloomery, the sick list. We wish her a cially recognized milk and butter speedy recovery, fat production levels by Register- Mrs. Ellen Armstrong and Mrs. ed Holstein cows in this area are Myrtle Penwell are patients at listed in a special report from' the Charles Town General Hospi- Holstein-Friesian Association of tal. We wish them a speedy re- America. covery. Vicinity cows included in the Mrs. Evelyn Ports, of Fairfax report are: Va., was a recent visitor of her[ Brook Lodge Della Queen 4940 mother, Mrs. Lucy Penwell.1906, a four year-old, produced 18, Mrs. Lanham and family, oil056 lbs. milk and 728 lbs. butter- fat in 365 days. Usnad Posch Regent Sadia 4193160, an eight year-old, had 18,242 lbs. milk and :658 lbs. butterfat in 292 days. Both are owned by Roger K. II II Regularly -- At The Following Places In Charles Town, ] anson, Jefferson County And Surrounding Areas: CHAP, 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 SANITARY' ( ROCERY SHEPHI OWN 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 BEI RYV1LLE, VA. BERRYVILLE NEWS-STAND JEFFERSON COUNTY WELSH'S STORE -Bakerton STOKES' STORE - Bloomery 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) Bane, Summit Point. Skylark Curtiss Candy 4308990, an eight-year-old owned by Rob- ert S. Butler, Martinsburg, pro- duced 18,970 Ibs. milk and 636 lbs. butterfat in 305 days. Driswood Aaggie Fayne Ada 4417936, a six.year-old, produced 23,529 Ibs. milk and 725 Ibs. but- terfat in 365 days. Driswood Tri- une Aaggie Flora 5428759, a three had 17,383 lbs. milk and 702 lbs. butterfat in 335 days. Both are owned by William E. Walker, Driswood Farm, Shen- andoah Junction. These new production figures may be compared to the estimat- ed annual output of 7,880 lbs. of milk and 285 lbs. of butterfat by the average U. S. dairy cow, notes the natioanl Holstein Aoosc iation. West Virginia University sup- ervised the sampling, weighing and testing operations in cooper atton with the Holstein organizat ion's herd and breed improve. ment programs. Sgt. Hunter Be adlds Assi0nod To Personnel Office In Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo.. Staff Sergeant Hunter B. Childs, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Link of 12 Dor- sey St., Berryville, Va., is assign- ed to the new Consolidated Re- serve Personnel Office in Denver. Sergeant Childs, a classificat- ion and teeing specialist, and other specially selected personnel are serving and estimated 7,000 Air Force reservists performing all unit level personnel functions previously handled by 133 indi- vidual reserve units throughout the country. Field records of ready reservis- ts as'signed to tl!e Continental Air Command and those filling valid mobilization assignments are being consolidated in the new office. The sergeant attended Clarke Co. High School. His wife, Carolyn, is the dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Foltz of Rt. 1, Berryville. Mrs. Robert Duke Talks" To Betsy Ross Club On State Of West Virginia The Betsy Ross Club, met Jan uary 19 with Mrs. Hugh Via and Mrs. Tommie Ward as co-hostess es with 16 members present Mrs. Calvin Fleming gave the devotions and Mrs. J. "M. Wilson gave the lesson on "Homemakers ChangUng Role." Mrs. Robert Duke gave a two minute talk on West Virginia our study for the year. All reports were given. Delicious refreshments were served. Go To Church Sunday God is Redeemer Lesson for January 30, 1966 aackgr.und Scriptures Deuteronomy 7:6-1h Isaiah 43:1-3; 1Romans 3:21-26; Ephesiana 1:3-10; Hebrews 10:19-22; l~evelation 5:9-14. Devefional Rea~ng: Deuteronomy 7;G-ll. THERE is probably no,way to write about this week s topic without sounding like a sermon, and these columns are not in- tended as sermons. Anyhow, ser- mon or not, brace yourself, for we are dealing here with the m o s t profound and troubling questions man can ask, and the m o st profound answer that has ever been found. When we hear bright and cheer. ful talk about the love of God, his grace and mercy, and how won- derful it is to have him for a companion, protector and guide, when we hear such a line, we are sometimes troubled by a dark suspicion. This is lovely, but is it realistic? The truth is, man is bad. The great barrier between God and man -- between God and me -- is sin. How can I be in harmony with God? How can I love him? Can God even pretend to love me without seeming to condone what is worst in me? How can my sin ever cease to be an iron curtain between me and the love of God I hear about? God the Redeemer The answer in one word is: Redemption. That is a short-hand expression for whatever act or process it is that destroys my sin and swings me back into the great mainstream of God's lov- ing will. Now in all the world's religions there are really only three answers to the question: How is redemption possible? One anwer is -- There's no problem. Sin is an illusion, man doesn't need to be redeemed, he is doing all right, thank you. This answer is an impossible piece of opti, mism for people who know what depths of evil man is capable of. So there is another answer, found in some churches though not in the Bible: Man needs redemption. but he can redeem himself by the good things he does. That's like saying a drowning swimmer needs no rescue, he ean swim for himself. A helpless man can- not help himself, that is just the trouble and the tragedy. So the third answer is. Only God is the redeemer. This is his nature, this is in his character, this is in his power and his alone. Redemption in Christ The New Testament writers, it may be said, wrote on some phase or part of the same subject al- ways: redemption. They have dif- ferent ways of putting it, but they all agree that redemption is in Christ. How can God be Redeemer and also Christ be the same? This question overlooks the fact that according to the New Testament, Christ and the Father are One. Christ is both God and man, as the church has always believed. Christ identi. fled himself with the Father, and on the other side he identified himself with man. Jesus both lived and died as the God-man. Jesus identified himself with man as h'e is --- sinning, rebellious man. And in so doing accepted and took on himself the conse-. quences of man's sins. He who knew no sin of his own was "made to be sin" for our sakes. He took to himself all the misery and sin of man and on the Cross died not for himself, but on behalf of every man. (He "tasted death for every man," one writer puts it.) The life outpoured Often in the New Testament the blood of Christ is spoken of, as the way or means by which we are redeemed. This is not a repulsive thought as some per- sons think. The Blood, in Scrip- ture, ~.eans or stands for Life. Being saved or redeemed by or in Christ's blood, means by his outpoured life. Christ is pictured in the New Testament as the Lamb sacrificed for the world. His shed blood is the life poured out in service and obedience. The church has always believed that Christ's life was perfect, but the crowning perfection was his death for others. (B~od on outlines opyright.d I~ the Churches of 'Christ in the D'. S. X. bloas.d by Community Preu II,rrice.) "l e lines actors like best are the ones in front of the box omce." Attend Church Sunday ]Two Quizs Provide I Program For Wise 0wl 4.H Clubbers Two quizs were given at the Wise Owl 4-H club meeting last Friday night which was held at the home of Sarah Mays. A health quiz was given by Debbie Cream- er and a conservation quiz was given by Sarah Mays. Michael Myers gave a demon- stration on how to drive a nail in to a block of wood. An illustrated talk on the necessary items for serving was given by Sarah Maws The devotions were led by Ste- ve Cooper with David Rper, Shar: on Webster and Jeral Milton also participating. A game called Electricity was played and refershments were served. The next meeting will be at the home of Marshall McCorm ick. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Winchester Hospital Auxiliary To Stage "Follies Of 66" The "Follies of '66," a benefit musical variety show, will be held at the Shenandoah College Audi- torium in Winchester, Virginia, on February 3-4-5 at 8:30 p. m. The "Follies" is sponsored by. the Auxiliary of the Winchester Memorial Hospital and all pro- ceeds go to the hospital for the SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHAS. J. W. SMITH Funeral Director 304 West Washington St. Phone 725-5321 - Day - Night sPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR IER'S ADVOCATE FHURSI)AY, JANUARY 27, 1966 ) " , ,, . l urchase of new eqmpmenl. [ms is produced and The show will employ a local]Jerome Cargill Production cast and a host of volunteer work [ ates of New York City ers behind the scene. The "Foll-' " SOOT" unburned fuel Call for full information FREE ESTIMATES ON YOUR ..... HEATING NEEDS ..... PHONE 725-7021 .... THE Charles Town, West Virginia :i:i !i: ......... :ii~iii:~i!i!:~:~ii!:i~ :!!~ !!: ~! !~: !iiii!!ii:il i:!@:ii :~:i:i:~ i:i:i:i ::i:i 13i:!:i:! i:~ i:~i!ii:~il :iii ::!i: iii!iiii:i ii: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: / 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 person 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 ~mtion. (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. The world is filled with the sound of many drums. Drums of militarism stir man to war and conquest. Drums of conformity invite him to keep step with low standards and false values. Drums of greed lure him into the killing pace of selfish getting and gaining. But a different drum sounds, too. It beats in the rhythm of law and love, and rings with the sound of eternal truths. It beckons man to integrity and true self- fulfillment; it calls him to the path of duty and to the way of service. The differ- ent drum is God's. A man must choose which drum he will listen for and follow. Many years ago, Henry David Thoreau wrote: "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer." God's house is one place where you will hear the "Different Drummer." Wor- ship there this Sunday with your family. Copyright 1966 Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg, Va. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Numbers I Kings I Kings Psalms Proverbs Colossians James 14:13-24 18:20-24 18:30-40 51 : I -b 1:8-19 2: I -b I : 12-18 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 ChaHes Town, W. Va. Phone 725-5511 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MeCLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner Phone 72,5-9904 Charles Town, W. Va. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 725.2921 Charles Town, W. Vs. KABLE OIL CO.. VNC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 72 7510 Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE - 725-7072 -- 725-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town. W. Va. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstow Phone 876-2683 H. S. CLOPPER, JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill-Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Charles Town, W. VS. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725-224~ Charles Town, W. Va, HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD CO. HAI~TOWN, W. VA. RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725-5621 Eanson, W. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. Phone 725-5,51 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J. E. SENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. Va. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME of BETTER VALL~~ Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORK RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town. W. VL Martinsburg, W. V& - Leeslmr Shepherdstown, W. Vs. \