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I Mill I I I III THE WEATHER AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl | i f Mrs. Annie Wilt who was quite morning 2 above zero, clouded sick for a few days is feeling a- skies all day and cold some snow bout as usual at this writing, flurries. Sunday morning cold 2 Mrs. Hallie Dillow of Murrell above zero. Sun coming out Hlil was a visitor Saturday even. bright one of the brightest days ing with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. yet so glad to see that cold at , Loses Persian Cat night. Monday morning 5 above Mrs. G. C. Pearl is hoping that and sunshine. the person who picked up her Mr. ellis Hawk has been doing *black Persian cat right at her some carpenter work for hie sis- home. Would you please return it ter Mrs. Frank Ga2'rett at her if" not they ...... will be reverted , home by closing the back porch r m whmh makes a race wash room Snow Zero Weathe ........... 'and by adding this little room .... ....... .=s.Z makes quite an improvement to snow aria zero ana mustry, un ......... Monday one week ago zero cloudy me nttm cottage.. and high winds. Tuesday morning Letter from Floriaa at 6:30 zero later in the day sun- Mrs. G. C. Pearl received a nice shine not enough to melt snow letter from Florida and rather nor ice. Another cold night and Wednesday morning 3 below here along the Blue Ridge Mountains and plenty ice and high drifts some snow flurries and the cold night. Thursday morning 6:30 we had fotir below zero and clouded skies, rather snowy appearance, some westerly winds temperature around noon 20" plenty cold and another cold night. Friday morn- ing right on the dot at zero clear skies some sunshine most all day but not melting and snow on ice roads some slippery. Saturday surprised also. Mr. and Mrs. O- mar Wright of near Richmond, Indiana who are farmers and very close friends of the Pearls are in Florida enjoying the won- derful sunshine which when this letter was written temperature 78 and at that time it was zero wea ther in Indiana. The Wrights had been in Florida two weeks and since the weather at their home was zero they wrote home. Just take good care of the stock we are staying one month longer. Its great to be here. Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and family were dinner guests Monday with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper, Mrs. Annie Wilt and daughters Antionnette and Arbutus attend- ed the Stanley Party the home of Mrs. Pauline Ott of Murrell Hill. $2.50 Due to the bad weather and Per Week I road conditions Mrs. Martha Brac t kett was not able to get to work The | t Tuesday and Wednesday where --Amerla's II ! Ill I she is nurse at Claytons Rest flm t er. il a III yet it ecmt enly| I - [ I Home at Peonian Springs, Va. $189.95. Easy I ~ rl [ Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor to Pay for. |1 # I recently with her mother Mrs. Holds more: L] - Margaret Ott of Murrell Hill. Mrs. keeps water lml W Ott who has been under the dec- longer: washes- fa er, cleaner. Saves work and time. See it now! 114 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. L McDONALD. JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL F TATE Mason Bufldin8 Phone 735 Charle Town, W. Va family monument I LAWtENC| Doubls Pro When family moll. ment b l&ntlfled with the Ree of Ages trademark real,it k guaranteed not on. e( ly to you but to elm cemetery wbem it is emoted. A ,xdudv 4eo odsod Poe MARTINSBUR6 ITE WORKS 109 West John Street tors care is feeling some better at this writing. Home On Furlough Tel hone Amherst 7.6141 Marttnsburg, W. Va. . .... " ? i', " .,~ .... J _ . Mr. Donald Jackson who has been serving his country in Alas ka and his brother Mr. Marvin Jackson who was stationed at French Morroco are home for a thirty day furlough visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson and other relatives and friends and enjoying every min- ute of it. After the furlough the brother will go in different dir- ections. Marvin will go back to Maine where he was two years ago and Donald with his wife and small daughter will go to Mass. where he will be for one year. These brothers seem to be real happy of their place of abode. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McDaniels entertained in honor of their dau ghter Sharons birthday. Mrs. Deloris Jenkins and four children Stanley, Curtis, Brenda and Ronda were supper guests Sunday evening with the formers aunt and family Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Jenkins of Murrell Hill. Mrs. Edith Garrett was a din- ner guest Wednesday with her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Neff Slusher of Ransom Bible MnterLal: John 6. Devotional Reading: John 6:47-5~ Life's Hunger Lesson for February 5, 1961 IF CHRIST could turn stones into bread, if he could somehow start with a boy's lunch and build it into a meal for five thousand men with their wives and children, why did he not keep on doing it? No doubt he could have turned stones into breed; but he never tried to do it. Nobody who was out there in the wil- derness the day Jesus fed the five thousand had the least doubt that Jesus' powers were unlimited. No wonder that Dr. Foreman (as John tells us) they tried tG make him king by force . . . But Jesus steadily refused to repeat the miracle. Jesus loved people, but he was not one to do every- thing he was asked to do. He was not even going to do all the kind things he was asked to do. For surely it would have been a kind- ness to make life easier for the poverty?stricken people of Gali- lee ? SUrely there must have been really hungry people there. You know there were, because we hear of no one crying for cake, or bread with butter {they would have said, alive oil) on it. Just bread, again, please, again! But there was no en- core. Was Jesus heartless? Had his power failed him ? Hunger For Bread Now hunger for bread is one of the elemental things in life. Quite civilized people, once they become r~lly hungry, act like savages, act like wild dogs. One would think Jesu~ would not have rebuked the people for 'wanting what human beings, living creatures, cannot help wanting. We were not there, so we cannot interview any one and find out for certain just why Jesus spoke as he did; but from various hints, we can guess. For one thing, he knew that all the people in Galilee who were sharers in the great "miracle of the loaves By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the weekend in Baltimore, Mrd. with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Ham pton and son Terry. Mrs. Hamp- ton is slowly recovering from a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Nancy and Mary of the B10omery were Tuesday night callers with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mrs. Obie Johnston has been housed all week with a badly swol ten jaw, Mr .and Mrs. Milton*Pop kins of Kabletown were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Heskett and afternoon callers with the John- two chLldren of Lovettsville, Va. were visitors Saturday with the Inters sister Miss Eva Pearl. I The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, Jan. 30, 1961. Receipts of hogs, calves and cat tie heavy with a good demand for all hogs, calves and cattle. Feature of sale was prime veal top $39.75; few fancy hogs 19.85; ston family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and children Davie and Don na of Prospect Ave. in town were Friday visitors with their grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands Mr. Leonard Fritts of Charles Town was a Saturday afternoon caller with his sons Melvin and Nelson, Mrs. Travis Viands of Congress St. in town spent the day Satur- day in Martinsburg with her sis- ter Miss JoAnn Jackson. Mrs. Nelson Bush assisted the Ladies Auxiliary of the Citizens Fire Co. in town with the dinner given in honor of the Jaycees of the county on last Wednesday ev- ening in the Fire Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male of Prospect Ave. in town were Tuesday evening visitors with their brother-in-law and sis tar Mr .and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri of the Bloom ery and also called on their par- ents Mr. and Mrs, Albert Viands Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sterner Sr. of Murrell Hill were Sunday visi. tots with their son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ross St mer Jr. Mr. and Mr& Melvin Fritts spent Saturday evening with friends in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were recently allera with their sister Mrs. Eiva Ttmrpe in Ran- SMr-- Roland Whipp of Milville spent the weekend with his bro- ther-in.law and sister Mr. and rs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow Ir. and daughter Tana of the Blome were last Sunday visi. tors with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow and fam- ily at Millvflle. Mr. Robert Frye and son Sylves ter were Sunday morning callers with the formers son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks in Brunswick, Md., Mr. Sy [vaster Frye of Bethesda, Md. spent the weekend with his par- ants Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks and Mrs. Catherine Holler of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Sub lette Charablin of Ranson, Messrs Charles and Bobble Henry of Ra so were Smlday visitors with Mr. Mx . Robert, and and fishes" had manag~d somehow to keep alive an~l going, all their years up to that day. Some of them were lazier than average, of course, but even a lazy man, if hungry enough, will work. So Jesus knew that what they wanted him to do was not simply to feed them. The Starved $0ul Jesus, moreover, took this op portunity to impress an idea on the people of Capernaum, an idea which was true but which they were not quite able to swallow. Not only are endless free meals sure to make a man worthless; but even bought-and-paid-for, meals, well balanced diets, can be a drag on the spirit. Life has other hungers. Physical hungers are loud and crude. But there are other hungers whose voice is quiet, hungers dormant, in some live" never making themselves felt at all. These are the higher hungers, if we may call them so, these are the unmet appetites of mind and spirit. W~en we refer to a man or woman as having lived a "full life" we do not mean that steak was served them for dinner every night. There are appetites that can be cultivated, but if they are not, they may die away. The hunger of the mind for understanding, for sympathy, for peace; the hunger of the soul for ~od. These can actually be smothered by an abun- dance of bread. The Broad of God Jesus called himself the bread of life, the bread of God. If he could use such a figure of speech, we may make bold to say that de- siring the Bread of Life is an ac- quired taste. Just as an apprecia- tion of beauty, and of the higher forms of love, are acquired tastes for most people, so the taste for the Bread of God has to be awakened. Few persons are born with it. Countless men and women live not only without Christ but not want Ins him at all, not feeling lost (as they are) without him. They do not know what they are missing. What will awaken them ? An Old Test- ament poet had it--"O taste and gee that the Lord is goodW If those who know Christ and love him will sh~re him, many who now live starved lives without realizing it, will waken to know that their true inner hunger, the hunger of the soul, can be satisfied only by him. ' (Bssed on outlines copyrighted by- the Division of Ckristinn Education, National Council of the Churches Christ in the U. S. &. ]Released !~ Con~munlW Press Service.) C,O TO CHURCH SUNDAV Sylvester. Mr. Donald Hovermale spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearow in Berkeley Springs. Mrs. Donald Hovermale and two children Davie and Donna spent the day Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. at the Bloomery. cattle steady. Choice butcher steers none good butcher steers 23.50 to 24.50 plain to medium steers 21.00 to 23.00; choice butcher heifers none good butcher heifers 22.00 to 24.. 20; plain to medium heifers 16.. 00 to 22.00; good bulls 19.50 to 24.00; plain to medium bulls 15., 00 to 19.00; commercial cows 16.. 00 to 17.00; utility cows 15.00 to 16.00; canners and cutters 14.75 down; cows by the head up to 26.00; stocker and feeder steers 25.25 down; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 120.00 Choice to prime calves 36.00 to 39.75; good butcher calves 30.00 to medium butcher calves 25. '00 to 2920; thin calves 24.00 down; heavy calves 18.00 to 80.00; Lambs good 18.50 to 19.50; lambs mad. 17 0 down; lambs plain up to 12.00; butcher ewe 00 to 7 0; stack ewes per head none; Good butcher hogs 19.00 to 19.- 85; medmm butcher hogs 18.00 to 19.00; heavy butcher hogs 16.00 to 18.50; butcher sows 12.00 to 16.00;. heavy feeders and light but cher hogs 17:50 down; shoats per hundred 19.00 down; pigs per head 10.50 down; heavy boars 10.. Mr. William Frye of Brunswick Md. was a caller on Monday with his mother Mrs. Robert Frye. Printz Now Member Of CPA Institute Charles F. Printz, the only Cer tified Public Accountant in the Eastern Panhandle area, was no tified recently that he has been accepted for membership in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a national or ganization of only about 33,000 membership. Printz, professor of Business Administration and Chairman of the Division of Business at Shep- herd College plans to open an of rice in the future. But at present he is handling his accountancy work from his home on South George Street. o, Keeping younger than your years 00 tO 11,00; stags none; sows and pigs up to 50.00; stock boars up to 14 00. Miscellaneous Sales start 11:1}0 A. M,-Ltvestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. Steel backlogs lowest since 1958 rece sion. Air conditivned umbreUa is pa tented. McPeak, former aide, named Redskins Coach. The gift of enduringhealth should be guarded above all other And oae of the best ways do is m wod in do& co-operation with your physida The science of medicine, these days, is conccn afing on making life simpler and more rewarding for those in their later years. Your doctor will have many helpful suggestions. And when you have your Dec. tot's prescriptions be sure to bring them to this "Reliable" pharmacy. We can fill your special needs without delay. And at the right too. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 CALENDAR --FOR-- Charles Town- Ranson CHURCHES BAPTIS T: Charles Town Baptist Church Cornea" .Congress & Samuel Sts. Russell J. Urquhart, Pastor ~unday School--9:45 A. M. ,~orning Worship--11: 00 A. M. ~PISCOPAL: Zion Episcopal Church :orner Congress & Church St.s. ~llen L. Bartlett, Jr., Rector ely C~mmunion--8:00 A. M. 'hurch School--9:30 A. M. (Parish ~House ) "orr~ing Worship---ll:O0 ~a. M. UTHERAN: St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church ~or~h Mildred Street, P~mson Richard E. Neal, Pastor malay School--9:45 A. M. he Serv~ce--ll:00 A. M. METHODIST: Charles Town Methodist Church Corner North & Charles Streel~s Richard Theodore Scholl, D. D. Church School--9:30 ~. M. Morning Worship--if:00 A. M. PENTECOSTAL: Calvary Assembly of God Church 5th Ave. & ,Pairfax Blvd., Ranso~ William Reed, Pastor Sunday School--10:00 A. M. Mor~i~g Wo~shi:p--ll:00 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN: Charles Town Presbyterian Church Eas~ Washington Street Carlyle A. McDonald, Minister Church School--9:45 A. WI. Morning Worshlp---ll:00 A. M. ROMAN CATHOLIC: St. James Catholic Church Comer S. George & Avis ~. Ray. John C. Ryan The Ma.ss--8:00 A. M. ~nd 11:00 A. M. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Seventh Day Adventist Church Second Avenue, R~nson J. E. Kelshner, Pastor SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F M P.S 4--B THURSDAY, Satttrday ~ervl,ces: 9:30 A. M.--~bl~th ,Service 10:45 A. M.--~abb~th School "God's Word Will Be Sermon For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur ch, corner Seventh Avenue, Nor- th Mildred Street, Ranson, an- nounced Monday the following schedule of services for Sunday, Feb. 5 and subsequent week-day church events: The Service at 11: a. m. with sermon, "God's Word." Nursery held during wor ship; coffee hour follows the Ser vice. Sunday Church School and the Pastor's'Class at 9:45 a. m.; Joseph R. Staley, Superintendent. Junior Luther League meets af. tar church; Senior Luther League meets at 7:00 p. m. Monday, Cub Scout Pack 39, Den I at 4:00 p. m. Tuesday, Church at the parsonage at Wednesday, United Church Women: meets at 10:00 a. m, cle meets at 2:00 p. uel Circle meets at 8: circles meet at the Robert Trail. Troop 15 meets 4:00 p. m. Thursday, I Pack 39, Den 2 meets m. Senior Choir day at 8:00 p. m. practice, Friday, at urday, first year at 10:00 a. m.; at 11:00 a. m. Sledding is surely ner's Hill. Educators urge U. "peace corps" Goldberg to seek Congress panel :::::::::::::::::::::::: ii:i!ii~i~iii::' :i!iiii:!i~i:b!:bbbi-i:::::""'::i:i:i?*. !iiii/ : ...... f :: : :iiiiiiii .... i!il ..... ..... :!!!:!!!!!!!!!!!!!: .....' ! { ;...:.:.:...::.:.::. :::::::::::::::::::::: ::!:i~!i!i!i.ii:i:i~:i. ~L.!t .: :.:.:+:+._,...: t ii!iiii P The bridge, what a miracle[ Tons of steel hanging in air . . . spanning miles of water.., supporting an unending line of cars like so many ants. ,, And what a boon to manl:The blidge saves untold hours and opens up new vistas of life. The bridge of prayer, what a miracle! Spanning, Heaven and Earth... carrying the needs and hopes of believing hearts. What a boon to man! The bridge of prayer qpens .up new paths of creative living and vistas into the realm of Heaven. In Church you can discover prayer--the bridge which leads to God's world. TrHE CHURCH FOR AUL . .. ALL F:OR THE. CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the Euilding of character and:good citizenship. It is a storehouse of sp'iritusl 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: fl) 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 itsdf, which needs his morn| and material ~pport. Plan to go tO church r~ularly and read your Bible daily. Day Book Chapter Verses Sunday Isaiah 48 13 Monday Jeremiah 10 11-12 Tuesday Psalms 143 1 Wednesday I[ Corinthians 1 11o15 Thursday Psalms " i4 2 Friday Genesis 15 ~.6 Saturda~ Matthew 21 21-25 Copyri&~t lY6l, Kd~e~ A~.v. Sen'ice, S~rss}urg, V~r / THIS ADVERTISEMENT IN SUPPORT OF SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW THE CHURCHES OF THE COMMUNITY:.. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Wt. WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC, BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERT&NE GAS SERVICE Phone 24I Charles TOwn, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Va. J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Charles Town, W. V&. J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Va, Phone 403 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. CITIgS SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martinsb.urg, W, Vs. Leesburg, Vs. t VALLEY BOARD CORP, HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS R&NSON, WEST VHtGINIA RANSON REAL E ATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 SMITH & STRIDER W. & R. FUNERAL HOME . CHARLES Chaxles Town, - - . W. VL BOX 591' SALES, INC. TOWN, W. V&. PUOSE ns H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, Real Estate and 120 E. Wgshington SL Phone Charles Town, - - . W. SHENANDOA AIR CONDITIONING HEATINO--COOLING Plumbin - Sheet Metal - Charles Town, W. Ya. Phone t THE MELVIN T. OLONIAL FUNERAL Clmeles Town 162 SUDLEY HOM Shepherdstown 2683 PITTS CHARLES WAS ,' THEATRE--Ranson A Good SaO LEGGETT'S DEPT. "THE. HOME OF BEliER Charles Town, W. Vs. VICKERS & ASHCRAFf GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington St~ee~ 50o6 Charles Town, W.