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of Mr. and Hrs. Robert Light and SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Cram -- Phone 725-7777 "Snow News Is Bad News" ley who was instrumental in hav- It is regretted that no Summit ing much needed milk and bread Point news appeared in last brought in by train and by no week's Spirit of Jefferson but, like almost everyone else in the rural areas, this corre~ondent was cut off from tthe outside world by mountainous drifts of snow. Had it been possible to mail a newsletter there would have been little to report, how- ever, other than "snow news." In times of emergency, the coopera- tion and mutual helpfulness of a community really makes itself felt and many are the unsung heroes of la~ week's blizzard: the men who banded together with tractors, shovels and hard work to make limited travel pos- sible; the Reverend Charles Reck- --ji i i I ii .- A NEW IDEA FOR A NEWERA Life Ineuranoe Plan for your WHOLE FAMILY Nationwide's new P, mzi/y Pol- icy covers Morn, Dad, and all dependent children under age 18. And new babies covered at no premium increase (after 15 days old). One policy - one low premium -- for all- family protectionl NORMAN E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg..Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ' I iNSURANCE COMPANY Home Offices Columbus, Oh|o means last the mothers who fought the "battle of the boots" for the enforced two weeks vaca- tion from school! Many families were running very low on fuel, food or water supplies, but fortu- nately few actual emergencies were reported. Two emergencies were averted, however, by the as- sistanee of helicopters, one from the Army base at Ft. Belvoir which brought a supply of insulin to the J. Edward Magaha farm and one from the Air National Guard at Martinsburg which dropped badly needed diabetic food at the James H. Snyder farm. Mr. Francis Hinton, whose car stalled in the snow Saturday night, was able to make his way on foot to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormick where he was forced to remain for several days suffering from acute frost- bite. On the whole, however, the community emerged from the blizzard and its aftermath in very good condition, and is gradually returning to normal everyday living. Mr. James Warren, of Hager- man, Idaho, who is taking a six weeks training course at the Fed- eral Fish Hatchery in Leetown, spent Sunday visiting at the home THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 125-7068-PHONES-876-2683 I will sell the following, on my farm, heated 6 miles South of Martinsburg, W. Va. Turn East off Route 11 onto Nadenbousch Lane, follow signs on: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1966 BEGINNING U:00 A. M. 19--HEAD HEREFORD CATTLE--19 13 Cows, Springers; 5 Cows, Calves b~ side; Polled Bull, approx. 900 lb. ' " FARM MACHINERY MM.Z traetor with front end loader; MM-BF tractor with cult. tvators; Ford-Ferguson tractor; MM earn picker; MM uni.har. rester, model LA; McCormick 45 pto baler; Avery corn planter with fertilizer attach.; Rata rake; disc harrow; 2 rubber tire wagons with bed; Oliver plow; corn binder; seed drill; Myrath grain auger; Ford mower; David Bradley mower; seed cleaner; 2 wheel trailer; Ford.Ferguson tractor pulley; gas tank and pump; 1 h. p. electric motor; furnace; some junk and other articles too numerous to mention. TRUCKS: 1947 Ford Dump; 1948 Chev. 1 ton. FEED: 400 bales timothy hay; 400 bales orchard grass; 50 bales straw. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. F. L. MALATT MORROW -- ORNDORFF, Anctloneers R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Luncheon Rights Reserved. Not responsible for aecidents on premises. Feb. 10.2t- [ "qn every field there is one outstanding value to which all others are compared. In memorials, at one is Rock of Ages, the only memorial guarantee" a both to you and to the cemetery where it is erected. You get this exclusive Double Protection Guarantee only with mr. morials that bear this seal". 109 WEST JOHN ST. TELEPHONE 267-6141 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner their children, Bobby and Linda. Mr. Warren and his family were residents of Summit Point while he was a trainee at the Hatchery several years ago. Mrs. Thomas Shull was a recent overnight guest at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kidwell, in Charles ToWn Her small grand- son, Master Scotty Shull, of Ber. ryville, Va., spent last week vis- iting her and her family, unable to return to his home because of the snow. Mrs. Marshall Jenkins returned home on Thursday from the Charles Town General Hospital where she had been a surgical pa- tient for the last ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps and children, Trina, C. R. and Tracey, of Charles Town, were visitors on Sunday at the home of the letter's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton. Colonel and Mrs. J. T. Crane, Jr., and son, Johnny, of "Mt. El- len," spent the past weeknd vis- iting frieneds in Washington. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins were their son-in-law and daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and daughter, Pamela, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shewbridge and daugh- ter, Michelle, of Charles Town, and their son, Mr. Woodrow Jen- kins, of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and children, Lihby, Susan and Scotty, and Mr. Roger Kelley, of Charles Town, were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Cram, the occa- sion being the celebration of the eighty-fifth birthday of the let. ter's mother, Mrs. Harry C. Fra- zier. Also visiting at "Monte View" on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Yarbo and daughter, Terra. Louis T. Young, Jr. Named As Director Of General Buslness Services General Business Services, Inc. of Washington, D. C. has announc ed the appointment of Louis T. Young, Jr. of Martinsburg as the GBS Area Director for Morgan, Jefferson and Berkeley Counties, West Virginia; Frederick and Clarke Counties, Virginia. General Business Services, Inc. is a national consulting firm which specializes in record keep- ing systems and tax service for small business. Prior to his new appointment Mr. Young was a Lab Analyst for Minnesota Mining and Manu- facturing Company. Attend Church Sunday Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate II I I For Clean And Use Triple-Refined TI And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 I Amo~a'l hoel washer, the Imm~ tmu ue affe~ $3.00 Per Week CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Image of God Lesson for February 13, 1966 Background Scripture: Genesis 1:26-31; Psatrn 8; Matthew 12:1-14; 18:1-14; Acts 10:34-35; Hebrews 2:5-9. Devotional Reading: Psalm 8. A BEDSPRING, a hard-boiled egg and an acre of sunshine are wonderful things in their way, but you could not possibly ex- plain this subject (The "Image of God") to them no matter how hard you tried. This may sound like nonsense, but it is not. The bed- spring is wonder- ful because it was a thought in someone's mind before it was a real spring. The whole idea of a spring --- watch Dr. Foreman spring or spring- board at the pool, or bedspring in a mattress -- is a remarkable thing indeed. The egg is still more remarkable, for no human being can create one. The acre of sunshine has enormous power and unmatched beauty; but it is not living -- a source of life yet not a living thing itself. What ls most like God? It would be wrong, ridiculous and perhaps blasphemous, to take any one of these three and say "God is like that." God is won- derful and most things in his world are wonderful, when you stop to think about it. But there is one object in the universe and only one of which the Bible says it is Hke God or can be like God. That is man himself. By creation, that is to say by the original in- tention of God, man and only man was "made in the image and likeness of God." And yet this raises serious puzzles. Do you know any man or any race or sort of men, religious or not, whom you would be willing to accept as your God? No, if you know what you are doing. When Chris- taifis say we are made in God's image they mean that hy God's will and purpose we are like him just by being human. Yet it is plain that (as a Texas theologian once put it) we are in God's image, but not his "spittin' im- age". This "Image of God" has been defined in various ways. One of the best perhaps is that the expression refers to all the qual- ities of man which he does not share with any of the rest of the things (living or not) that make up the vast universe. What man is Godlike? The reader may be left to think about this. Or he can read any of the countless books that have been written on the subject. Or he can finish this column and get started perhaps on a long line of thoughts and problems. What is there in man which is or can become most like God? His mind and powers of controlling the universe? His ability to send out a Mariner to distant planets? His ability to make choices? His capacity for joy and grief? His ability to love and be loved? His sense of the beautiful? His con- science, his capacity of distin. guishing choices as between right and wrong, and not only between pleasant and unpleasant? His memory, his hope, and the way he can blend these together?. Something can be said for all of these, but the one we can best understand, perhaps, is man as a person. Pers6nal God, personal man It is because we can and must deal with God on a personal level that man has a dignity and a value unique in the universe. That man can explore space is astonishing, even awe-$nspiring. But not so wonderful as that he can pray. Next time you are in a bank, or a museum, or a mag- nificent church or public building, look around you. What is the most valuable thing there? The answer is, Persons. Look out at the stars some bright night. What is the most astonishing thing out there? Persons, A person THE Person, God. You do not need a space ship to find him; he is as near as your next prayer. Man with u God he can only talk about, not talk to or with, is %olitary, poor, nasty, and brut- ~h." Man with a God who is kin to him, man who is a person made after the pattern of God, is the most valuable object hi all crea. tion. (Based on outlines coprd~htad by the D|visioa of Christian Educatxon~ National Council of risk Churchas of Christ in the U. S. A. Released by Community Fzeu 5ary~ca.) CORRECTION In the Feb. 3, issue of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate a picture was used of two boys now serving in Viet Nam. It was inadv ertenly and incorrectly stated that the two boys shown in the picture are relatives. They are not relatives, but instead just friends. One of the boys shown in the picture was Mike Canan and not Corporal Lowell F. Eusey, a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo, of Route 2, Charles Town as stated. Corporal Eusey and Donald L. Ceravalo are relatives, and both are now serving in Vigt Nam. Supervisors Training Course To Be Held In Martinsburg Feb. 21.22 The first Supervisors Safety Training Course for the Eastern Panhandle wilt be held in Mar- tinsburg at the Shenandoah Ho- tel, February 21-22, it was an- nounced this week. Sponsored by the West Vir- ginia Safety Council, the two-day Fundamentals training program is expected to enroll 25 men from local industries, according to John Bares, director of the insti- tute. Mr. Bares is safety director for the Blair-Limestone Division of Jones and Laughlin Steel Cor- poration, Martinsburg, W. Va. "The course is open to anyone in management or supervisory ca- pacity," explained Mr. Bares. "The two days registration costs $25 for each enrollee from a member of the Safety Council and $30 for non-members." He said this includes two lunches, four coffee breaks, struction and literature. The meetings are from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., February 21-22. The subjects covered include: "Safety and the Foreman," Jack C. Clohan, safety supervisor, Cap- itol Cement Company, Martin Ma- rietta Corporation, Martinsburg; "A Plant Safety Program," Fred- erick J. Eichelberger, production superintendent, M a r t i n s burg plant, Corning Glass Works, Mar- tinsburg; "Workmen's Compen- sation Laws," Dares McDonnell, attorney, Workmen's Compensa- tion Fund, Charleston, W. Va.; "Driver Improvement," Corporal J. C. Ramsburg, West Virginia State Police, Elkins; "Cost of Ac- cidents -- Value of Records," Francis W. Bush, Sr., director of safety, M. J. Grove Lime Com- pany, Frederick, Md.; "Job Ha- zard Analysis," R. G. Vite, fore- man, Union Carbide Corporation, Carbon Products Division, Clarks- burg; "Health and First Aid," Frank J. Galvas, M.D., Martins- burg and "Fire Prevention," Merle C. Fellers, Chief, Martins- burg Fire Department, Martins- burg. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THI,RSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1966 For All Your Farm Supply v,,,, us SOUTHERN CHARLES TOWN PEt Ranson, West Virginia Dial -- BONUS -- 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS 100 --- AT -- WEST END GULF SERVICE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. On Purchase Of $5.00 Or More GOOD FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY WITH THIS COUPON mmm ... and it makes him sick ! Another looks at the world and his heart stirs with hope. The first has seen only the world it lf . . . full of evil, injustice, ugliness, l ain. The second has seen more than the world. He has seen God... Who is not content with the world as it is... Who offers men the spiritual tools with which to change their earthly environment... Who promises divine help and lasting reward. For the man who is tired of scowling at life the Church has a message... and a mission. Copyright I966 Kelstcr Advertising Serelce, Inc., 8try*burg, Va. THE CHURCH FOR ALL... ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of charac- ter and good citiT~enship. 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 suplmrt the Church. They are: (l) For his own sake. (2~ For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his comnmnity and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, wi~ich needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regu- larly and read your Bible daily. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fr;day Saturday Genesis Nehemiah P~alms Isaiah Isaiah John P~ilippians 45:4-13 2:17-20 50:7-15 25: 1-5 41:8-13 3:16-21 4:8.13 THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEIL SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 725-29 1 Charles Town, W. Va. KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725-7510 Charles Town, W. Va. 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 725-5611 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MeCLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner Phone 725-9904 Clmfles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHER IN.WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725-2~A5 Charles Town, W. Va. HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. ' RANSON, W. VA. ]PHONE . 725-7072 -- 725-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charhm Town, W. Va. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME 8hepherdstown Phone 875-2 H. S. CLAPPER. JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill.Dale Shopping Center Phone 72 ,7081 Charle Town, W. Va POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO. INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martinaburg, W. Va. - Leoslmrg, VS, Shepherdstown, W. Va. RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725-5021 Ranson, W. Vs, J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. - Phone 1tl WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE $. E. SENSENEY, Owner Charles, Town, W. Va. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE 'q~[E HOME of BETTER VALUE~ CUarles Town, W. va ,