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J Bible Material: John 7 through 9. Devotional Reading : Isaiah 59:20 through 60:3. Light of the World LeMon for Febrtmry 12, 1961 TIMID Christians, especially nowadays, sometimes wonder if we haven't set our sights too high. Missionaries have had to leave China and parts of Africa; they have had a hard time in sections of India, and elsewt~ere. Are we med- dling where we ought not to be ? InteUigent J a p- arose C~nristians will tell you frankly why it is that Christianity has grown so slowly in Japan: it is because it is regarded as a western religion, an importation, and to be a Chris- Dr. Foreman ttan is (in the eyes of millions of Japanese) to be unpatriotic. Wouldn't it be better, some Amer- Ican church members say, if we just recognized that the Japanese are right, Christianity is a western religion, it suits America and may- be Europe, so let's cultivate it here and leave Asia to the Asiatic~ Y Bold From Birth The cure for such timid Chris- tians ts a good look at the New Testament, and at history. Take the history first. The Christian re- ligion did not start as a western religion; it began in Asia. It had its roots in the Jewish religion, and that also was a religion of Asia. One of the big questions that stirred the early church was: Can the Christian religion take in non- Jews? In other words, can the Christian religion be acceptable in Rome, Spain, Germany, Britian? Nobody thought about Britian at first, to be sure; and when Chris- tian missionaries first went there it was dangerous in the extreme. But they went. There were timid Christians then as now, satisfied with Christianity as a home-town religion. But there were also bold Christians, far-sighted Christians. and with or without the backing of the whole church they went, in t, time, over the wide world. Chris- tlanlty today is the one world-wide religion. Our nearest rival has less tha~ half the number of adherents that Christianity has. Light of the World All this was not an accident, not a~ after-thought. Jesus himself though a loyal Jew had a world- vision. He called himself the Light of the World. This was a kind of divine audacity. It didn't look like it in his lifetime. There he was, off in a very obscure corner of the world, without one single follower who could have been called "dis- tinguished." The intellectual and economic and political centers of the world were elsewhere. There was no religious vacuum for a new religion to fill. There was no wel- come-mat at the world's front door when Christianity began to knock. But Jesus called himself, all the same, the Light of the World. Jesus could rightly say this. The light he came to bring, the light he personally was, is different from all other lights. It is a light from God and also a light on God. Jesus is God - making - himself- known. A well-known atheist said he would believe in God on one con- dttion: 'Fret him out and let me see him do something." Well, a "god" who could be trotted out would not be God at all; but as for doing something, Christ is what God has done, he is what God has ~d. How He Shines Jesus said, also, to his friends and followers: You are the light of the world. This is no contradiction. He shines through those who share his spirit and his service. Through the gradual Christianizing of soci- ety, through the freedom and dig- nity that has come to those who have entered the Christtafi way; through every school and church and hospital and orphanage that works in his name and service: through the preaching of the Word in the languages of the world; through the day-by-day living of genuine Christians, the light of Christ shines every day around the world. "Christianity is possible only in a nation of Christs," said a famous non-Christian, G..B. Shaw. He was more right than he knew; it is precisely the '"nation of ChHsts" that is our aim every- where. Lights in small corners are good so far as they go; but Christ sets out to be the Light of the World. (]Based on outlines copyrighted by the Division of Christian Education. National Council of the Churches o* Christ in the U. S. A. Released by Community Press Service.) GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Having sold my farm and intending to discontinue farming, I will sell the following at the Seibert Farm, located 2 miles West of Martinsburg, W. Vs., on the Tuscarora Road, near Nollville, on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1.961 BEGINNING AT I0:00 A. M." SHARP. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 1959 Case No. 300 Trator, like new, used less than 350 hours; Oliver 2-12 in. bottom trailer plow; VAC Tractor and cultivators; Case hay baler No. 130 with power attachment; Case 12-disc grain drill on rubber; Case side delivery rake with hydraulic lift; Case tractor manure spreader on rubber; Mayrath 32-ft. conveyor with 10-ft. grain hopper with 1 H.P. electric motor; pulverizer, 24-tooth wooden frame harrow; drag, 2 Case rubber tire wagons with sideboards and 6-ply tires; Minneapolis Mollne 3500 lb. hoist; New Holland bale loader; 7-ft. Case tractor mower; tractor corn planter with 3- point hitch; disc harrow, tractor trailer, tractor chains, iron wheel wagon, 120-ft. eletric cable, 120-ft. ~-in. rope, 2 power lawn mowers, garden tractor and attachments; 900 board ft. of 16-ft, fencing boards; sawed and round locust posts; some lumber, 2 rolls barbed wire; 20-~ft. wooden feed trough; elec- tric brooder, chicken water fountains and feeders; rubber tire wheelbarrow, feed and grain sacks, steel drums, 32-ft. double ladder, 14-ft. ladder, platform sales, bag trukcs, 4 greese guns, 4 chicken crates, lot of tOols and bolts; shbvels, forks, step lad- der, 2 seed sowers, 2 iron kettles, sausage grinder, lard press, scalding tank, butchering table, 2 metal tubs, wooden tub, 10-gal. aluminum paint, 2-gal. barn paint. NOTE:--Farm Machinery To Be Sold First. 1951 FORD PICK-UP TRUCK, Low Mileage. FEED 125 Bushels Barley; 400 Bushels Spring and Fail Oats; 300 Bales Clover and Timothy Hay; 1000 Bales Barley, Oats and Wheat Straw. COUNTRY CURED MEAT 4 HAMS, 2 SHOULDERS, 4 SIDES, LARD. ANTIQUES Mahogany Sideboard, Cherry Chest of Drawers, Walnut Drop Leaf Table, Round Walnut Table, Cherry Cedar Chest, Walnut Stand, Walnut hat rack, ladder-back arm chair; 2 ladder-back straight chairs, Walnut Marble Top Stand, 3 Walnut frame mirrors; 2 Walnut carved back chairs; 2 wall what-nots; candle molds, cake molds, painted tray, towel rack, 8-day clock, lamps, complete fire place ~t; ~/~ks, brass bell, brass kettle, pair brass candle sticks; glass cake plates, china t~a set; picture frames and pictures; dishes, vases, glassware. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kelvinator Electric Stove: Admiral Refrigerator; Oak bed room suite; foam rubber sofa, Hying room Chair. wing chair, reclining chair, 5 wardrobes, metal wardrobe, Philco TV, 2 double metal beds with springs and mattresses; bookcase desk combination; dresser, bureau, cedar chest, card table and 4 chairs; odd chairs, stands, base cabinet, coffee table, glider, kitchen clock, blankets, linen and lace tablecloths; Fosteria ware and other dishes. TUSCARORA RURITAN CLUB WILL SERVE LUNCH. TERMS:--CASH, Nothing removed until settled for. STUART W. SEIBERT, JR. NOLL & MORROW, Auctioneers. NOLL & HENSELL, Clerks. ~Fe~nmry 2 a~d 9-2t. THE WEATHER CALENDAR AND OTHER -- F O R -- N Charles Town- R son By Mrs. Georgia Pearl CHURCHES Blizzard Weather Well here it is and in the past week a blizzard and zero weather One week ago this past Monday cold zero clouded skies another co|d night. Tuesday morning zero clouded skies some snow flurries very piercing air and another very cold night. On Wednesday morning 2 degrees above zero, some little sun shine not enough to move the evening skies very cloudy and appearance of more snow and we may get it. Thurs- day another zero morning, some snow flurries becoming more like a light sleet, no sunshine and in late evening the sleet turning to a very light snow and on Friday morning here came the blizzard. And just about the worst one of all yet. The snow was mixed with sleet and. a heavy crust very heavy to shovel and that is one titne the men folks found plenty ot work with us. We had fifteen inches of snow piled up on about six inches of the snow just a week before. A high strong wind followed the blizzard which would soon fill the paths and driveways. Different ones would ask what about such a winter. Well this is the first real ole time winter Mr. Pdarl and myself have experienced since 1919 when we were living on the farm near Richmond, Indiana. The drifts were twelve and fifteen feet high aid on level fifteen to eighteen inches deep with 35 degrees be- low zero for four weeks. That was real ole time winter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter Cindy Lou of Murrell Hill were visitors Saturday night with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daugh- ters Antionnette and Arbutus. Mr. Charles Pearl who is a med ical patient in Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital shows very little im- provement. Mr. C. N. Hawk who has been visiting his son and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk of near BaltL more had made plans to return home. So due to this blizzard he has made the right choice he has decided to stay a while longer. What is known as the Colonel + METHODIST: SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAmVmRS Charles Town Methodist Church [4--B THURSDAY, Corner North & Chaxle~ Streets [------ ---- -- Richaxd Theodore Scholl, D. D. I Church SclmoI--9:30 A.M. [ :S~turday Services: the church at 7:30 9:30 A. M.--Sabh~th Service nesday, United L worff -11:oo A 1 10:45 A. M.--~abb~th School Men meet at the PENTECOSTAL: l p.m. Ash some families spend the winter at their homes and some come for the weekend. But since the begin ning of hte first snow Dec. llth its rather a lonely looking vil- lage. The drive off of Route 9 into these homes are blocked. The only and safe thing to do was say so long until spring and from my window as I look over to this little village there seems to be rather a place forgotten. We do get a card from some of the folks saying hope to see you when the blue birds come. Mr. Thomas Longerbeam was a visitor recently with his daughter and family Mr. and Mrs, Junior Grove Of Silver Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl at their home. Mrs. Edith Garrett was a visi. tor Saturday evening with her daughter Mrs. Stella Painter. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and family of Charles Town, W. Vs. spent the weekend with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Per- ry Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt of Mur tell Hill were visitors Wednesday with the formers brother and ram ily Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Mr. Donald Garza and Mr. J. Michael of Falls Church, Va. mo- tored to the Garza farm Saturday evening to see how the condition of-the surroundings of the farm looked since the blizzard. Well the stock had been well taken care of but just plenty of snow and high drifts. Mr. Charles Garrett and Mr. G. C. Pearl were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jenkins and family of Murrell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt were visitors recently with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner of Murrell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and family of Charles Town were guests Sunday with the latters sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mercer and daughter Carroll. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Garrett were business visitors in Martins burg Thursday. BAPTIST: Charles Town Baptist Church Corner Congress & Samuel Sis. Russell J. Urqub.art, Pastor Sunday "SchooI--9:45 A. M. Morning Worship--ll:00 A. M. EPISCOPAL: Zion Episcopal Church Corner Cortgres8 & Church Sis. Mien L. Bartlett, Jr., Rector Holy Coan~unlon---8:00 A. M. Church School--9:30 A. M. (Paxish ~-Iouse ) Morning WorshJp--11:00 A. M. LUTHERAN: St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church North Mildred Street, Ranson Richard E. Neai, Pastor Sunday Schoo1~9:45 A. The Service--l1:00 A. M. Calvary Assembly of God Church 5th Ave. & ~air~ax Blvd., Ranson William Reed, Pastor Sunday School--10:00 A. M. Morning Wocship--ll:00 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN: Charles Town Presbyterian Church East Washington Street J Carl'y~e A. McDonald, Minister Church School--9:45 A. M. Morl~ng Worship--ll:00 A. M. ROMAN CATHOLIC: St. James Catholic Church Corner S. George & Avis S~s. Rev. John C. Ryan The ~:00 A. M. z~ud 11:00 A. M. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Seventh Day Adventist Church Second Avenue, l~nso~ J. E, Kelshner, Pastor Draw Near To God Will 7:30 p. m. with Be Sermon For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, Pas- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur- ch, corner of Seventh Avenue and North Mildred street, Ranson an- nounced Monday the following schedule of services for Sunday and subsequent week-day events at the church: The Service at 11:- 00 a. m. with sermon, "Draw Near To God". Nursery held during worship; coffee hour follows the Service. Sunday Church School and the Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m; Joseph R. Staley, Superinten- dent. Junior Luther League meets for lunch after church; Sen ior Luthera League meets at the parsonage at 7:00 p. m. Monday, Church School officers meet at and the Holy Communion. Scout Pack 39 at 4:00 ior Choir practice p. m. World Day of day at 7:30 p. m. United Church Confirmation class parsonage at 11:00 a. World Day of At Halltown The World Day of vice will be held at Presbyterian Church February 17th at All members and ged to participate in of prayer and by the United O When Betty Marlowe moved into our neigh- borhood we invited her to join the garden club and the baby sitters' club and the civic associa- tion, but it never occurred to any of us to ask her if she'd like to go to church. Then, one Saturday, she phoned me. ('My husband is often out of town on Sundays and I Fuller land and is now what one Mr. Nelson Penwell of Murrell would say a litle village a few Hill gave Mr. Johnnie Brackett a ~f years ago lots were sold in 10 helping hand in buzzing up a lar- ~ acde lots, homes were built, elec- ge pile of wood on Thursday and t tric and telephones, well drilled, it really came in handy for the a number of nice ranch homes, blizzard and zero weather.:,: -~ ~EC~ i-~ C--~ ~'--ther Mrs. James Dailey. i~ii~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of :~: Brunswick, Md. spnt the day Sun ): By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands day with their parents Mr. and "~: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri Lynn spent the day Wednesday with their bro- ther-in.law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and fam ily on Prospect Ave. in Charles Town. Michael, the small son of Mr. and Mrs, Lester Ott has been a patient in General Hospital for a week and very ill doesn't show any improvement. We all hope little Michael will soon be back home., Sorry to hear Mrs. Tommie Herndon of Falls Church, Vs. had a bad fall and injured her knee very bad and under the doctors care. Mr. and ,Mrs. Donald Hover- male and mother Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. visited friends in Mar- tinsburg on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of Brunswick were Saturday night callers with ~'the latters parents Mr .and Mrs. Robert Frye. They brought Sylvester from Bruns- wick. He came from Bethesda, Md. on the train. Mrs. Julia Viands received a call Friday night from Mr. Floyd Fawverof Martinshurg telling me his wife was taken to the City Hospital again with a kidney stone. She had just been home from the hospital a week. Mrs. James Dailey spent the day Tuesday with her daughter Mrs. Lester Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs, George Vickers and two daughters of town were callers on Tuesday evening with their brother-in-law and sister Mr, and Mrs. Lester Ott and son Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri Lynn were Thurs day evening callers with the lat- ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiles at Loudoun Heights, Va: Answers Stork Call The ambulance tried to make a call to get Mrs. Brown from the French Farm on Saturday morn: ing but due to the hill being blocked they didn't make it. TI~ state truck even tried to ~iben the road up and it broke dow~ So the doctor and the ambulance ~en had to make it on foot with the stretchers led by Mr. Clark Furr an~l they had to carry Mrs Brown from down to her place through the fields of Miss Mary Marlow's plac~ to the waiting am- bulance. It was a maternity cal~. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkms of Kabletown were callers on Tuesday evening with their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and daughters. Glad Mrs. Johnston is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover. male and children Davie and Don na of town were callers with their Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylves- : ter. Mr. Charles Henry from Ranson was an afternoon caller and took Sylvester to Harpers Ferry to take the train back to Bethesda. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy of the Blomery were Sunday af- ternoon callers with their son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and family in Ransom Mr. Roland Whipp of Millville spent from Friday until Tuesday with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Well news is very scare nothing but the weather and everyone knows that without me writing it. SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va PHONE:-- Day 370 Night Wednes- day sad her mo. don't have the car when he's away," she ex- plained. "Would you and Bill mind if I went to church with you?" Mind.* We were delighted--but I was also a.little ashamed. And I wondered how many others there were in our neighborhood who would like to go to our church, if they were given the encouragement of an invitation. .y:" From now on, I'm not waiting to be asked. I'm asking firstl S THE CHURCH FOR ALL . .~, ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church. neither democracy norcivillzation can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should ~ttend services regularly and support the Church. They are: fl) For his own sake. (2) For his childien's sake. f3) Fo~ 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 regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Book Chapter Verse~ Sunday Mark 12 30.31 Monday I Peter 4 8-9 T11esday Psalms 34 :4-5 Wednesday Romans 15 1-2 Thursday Psalms 51 9-12 Friday I John 5 14-16 Saturday Romans 13 10-11 Copyright 1961, Keister Adv. Service. Strasburg, Va, THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW IN SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF THE COMMUNITY: CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Va~ WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUII2DING SUPPLIES Phone 650. Charles Town, W. Vs~ H. W. WAGELEY, INC. 8UPERTAaNE GAS 8F~VICE Phone chari= ToWn, W. Vs. ' JEFi ERsON HARDWARE CO., INC. smmwm- AINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Va. Md)ONKD. JR.. J. EMORY KABLE gsso ms znnyro A6ENCY Phone 578-W Charles Tow~ W. V,a. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. J. RI SSELL FRITTS, INC. . PI~CO. I]EALER Charles Town, ~V. Va. Phone 403 SMITH & STRIDER Rom MAGAHA APPLIANCE CENTER Industrial - Commercial Wiring~ Victor Refrigeration Equipment N. George Street - Phone 424 RANSON MACHINE WORKS PHONE 461 RANSON, W. VA. COMMIJNH'Y OIL CO., INC. CITIES SErViCE Charles T0w W. ya. Marflnsburg, W. Vg. - Leesburg, Vs. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTowN, WEST VIRGINIA POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 W. & R. SALES, INC. CHAR~E$ TOWN, W, VA. BOX 591 PHONE 113 H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, Real Estate and 120 E. Washington St. Phone Charles Town, - W. SHENANDOAH AIR HEATING---COOLING Plumbing - Sheet Metal - Charles Town, W. Va~ Phone THE MELVIN T. COLONIAL FUNERAL Charles Town 162 " SUDLEY FUNERAL " HOMI~ Shepherdstown 2683 PITTS CHARLES THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" LEGGETT S DEPT. "THE HOME OF BETTER Charles Town, W. Vs. VICKERS & ASHCRAF GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington street Phone 5006 Charles Town, ~"