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Dates Set For Meetings Of Methodist Circles Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Char- lea Town Met, hodist Church will meet Tuesday, March 3 at 7:30 ~). m. at the homes designated with the exception of No. 1 which meets Tuesday, March 3 at 2:00 p.m. No. 1, Ellen Atkinson, Mrs. Gro vet Goode, chairman, with Mrs. James Marshall, East Washing- ton Street. No. 2, Grace Reuter, .Mrs. Rob- err Buddenhagen, chairman, with Mrs. Francis Magaha, North Geo- rge Street No. 3, Gladys Oberlin, Mrs. J: W.. Carroll, chairman, with Mrs. Frank Humston, North George St. No. 4, Eva Logu, Mrs. Bedford Green. chairman, with Mrs. Nich olas Carson, East Washington St. .Mra.. Ric~'d_Rii~,, EauLh George Street. No. 6, Katherine Eye, Mrs. Harry Brown, chairman, with Mrs. George James, Mt. Parvo Ave. Troop Leaders Meet With Mrs. Wm. Roth Girl Scout and Brownie leaders met on Thursday with the Neigh- borhood Chairman, Mrs. William Roth. At this time all the scouts want to thank everyone for the contributions for the Girl Scout drive. Over $600.00 was raised and all solicitations are not in. Also Girl Scout week starts on Sunday, March 8th and all scouts and brownies *are to meet at the Presbyterian Church at eleven o'clock for services on that date. On Sunday, March 15th there will be a Girl Scout week tea at the Junior High School and the pub- ~.40 a box. Scout Troop 23 Hears About Rock Enon Camp Boy Scout Troop 23 held their meeting on Wednesday, February 18 at the Presbyterian Church. Pickle Beard opened the meeting with a prayer. Scoutmaster Paul Edwards told the boys about Camp Rock Enon and gave the boys their registration papers for the camp. He also told the boys about the possibility of going swimming at Shepherd College one afternoon and a camp out a`t Camp Rock Enon for a weekend. Bobby Elshire, assistant scout- master held a drill practice with the boys. The meeting closed with the sal use to the flag. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 4 at the Church. No. 5. Elizabeth Overby, Mrs. lie is invited. On Friday, Feb. 27 Harry Barker, chairman,with the cookies go on sale. They are Canadians urged to protect ec- II I I enemy from inflation. |Ii mn , HOUSE AND LOT IN ]'HE 1 al n R te 5 3 miles north of CHARLES TOWN AND I will sell on the prem seE located o g ou 7 , " .' ' Libertytown, 4...) miles south of Umon Bridge and 14 miles north caput WASHING] )N CI]Y of Frederick city at Johnsville in Frederick County, Md. on ' SUBDIVISION WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1959 B r--w-. ' y virtue oi authority of a cer- COMMENCING AT 12:30 P. M. TIIE FOLLOWING tain decree entered in the Circuit l fi TTI~II"~ T'~IF~'IFTtL-~TT O ,L'NT~T'~I~SkT[~T'I~T~ CouYt of Jefferson County, West l~ 115/~1) 1~1~5~11 ~ ~D'I-'I%II'~IJII'~I.~ Virginia on the 21st day of Jan- T~ATI:~V P~W~ ANYI~ I-ll~T:~lh't~ uary, 1959 in the chancery suit a]z-L~a~ ,~J vv ~ ~-ffiZ~L, ,aJ.~x,-~a~ therein pending styled John M. 5 second and third calf cows, (4 Holstein and 1 Guernsey). All fresh Ktmes versus Marvin N. Kimes, or close springer~, 14 Holstein lEt calf heifers, 10 should be fresh or Etholine Kimes and Dorothy Kim- close, 2 due in May, 2 due in June. Herd T. B. accredited and Bangs es, the undersigned Special Com- certified, retested within 30 days, health sheets furnished, can go into any state. 36 HEAD OF HOGS 20 will weigh around 100 lbs each, 6 around 175 lbs. 10 around 60 lbs. each. Hampshire and Yorkshire. These shoats ideal for next fall butchering. TERMS--CASH on day of sale, no property removed until settled for. ROBERT L. BOHN, Owner AUSTIN BOIIN, Auctioneer C. D. METZ, Clerk Lunch Rights Reserved Feb. 19-2t. pd. A ......................... I I I I I I II I ~~scontinuing farming, I will sell on the House Farm at Broad Run ~} u~). South of Middletown and five miles West of Jefferson in Fred or:, County, Maryland on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 AT II:00 A. M. TO-WIT: FARM MACHINERY, ETC. John Deere Model B tractor Width cultivators. 12" power lift tractor plows, John Deere 7 ft..tractor mower, John Deere manure spreader, 999 corn planter with fertilizer attachments. McCormick-Peering 45T baler with mounted Wisconsin motor, New Idea side delivery rake, John De,re 24" disc harrow, 28 toot,h Saxten harrow lever harrow, tractor cultipacker, horse drawn mower, 2 low down rubber tire wagons and beds, hay t6a~, hammermill, tractor belts, drag, power corn sheller, pl~form scales, grindstone, wood saw harshest, plows, hitchings, log chains; ladders, fencer and posts, SchuSS ler wagon, feed cart. Studebaker, pick-up truck, International 8 can milk cooler, electric hot w~ter heater, wash-up ,tank, electric clippers. 17 ten gallon cans buckets, milker units and milking equipment, small tools of all kinds. Round brooder house. Anvil, vise, shoo tools, 2 butchering kebtles, electric table, saw, meat benches. 2 electric brooders, feeders and fountains, 10 gal. green paint, old shoemakers kit, etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Oak bedroom suite, small Stot, temye rocker, antique drop leaf table, 8 straight chairs, 2 library tables, 2 end t~bles, settee and chairs, 2 overstuffed chairs, sideboard, buffet, glider, chifferobe, 2 bureaus, Sell- ers kitchen cabinet, victrola and records, 9x12 rug, small rugs, dishes, vinegar by gallon, many small items ,too numerous to mention. ' TERMS-CASH on day of sale. NOTE: My dairy herd and heifers Were sold privately last fall. JASPER L. BRUNNER EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer HORACE M. ALEXANDER, Clerk Lunch Will Be Seryed Feb. 19-2T- Ill l I I I III I I I I I II III IIIIII I IIIIIIIIII Intending to discontinue farming I will sell the following personal property at what is known as the Clermont Farm, located 1 mile east of Berryville, Va. on Route 7, Clarke County, on FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1959 BEGINNING AT i0 A. M. 50 HEAD OF CATTLE Six Hereford cows. 2 Angus cows, with calves by side; 3 Angus cows, springers; 3 Holstein cows, will freshen by day of sale; 4 Holstein cows will freshen in spring; Guernsey cow, springer; Guernsey cow, full flow of milk; Jersey cow, full flow of milk, roan cow, full flow of milk; Shorthorn cow springer, 4 Guernsey heifers, springers: Hereford heir er, springer; Durham cow, springer; Guernsey heifer, Shorthorn heif- er, Angus heifer, open; 2 Hereford steers, approx. 800 lbs. each; 8 An- gus steers, weight ranging from 650 to 800 lbs each; 2 Angus steer col yes, 2 Angus heifers, weighing approx. 500 e~ch; Angus heifer calf, An gus bull, weighing approx. 400 lbs., Angus bull, purebred, 3 years old, All cows T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. 21 HEAD OF SHEEP Twenty Hampshire ewes, will have lambs by side by day of sale; 1 ram. All sheep 1 and 2 years old. 30 HEAD OF HOGS missioners will sell at public auc- tion in front of the Court House in Charles Town, Jefferson Coun- ty, West Virginia at 10:30 o'clock A. M. Saturday, March 14, 1959, ~he following described real estate. That certain Lot No. 13 in Block No. 5, fronting 50 feet on the east side of Jefferson Avenue, extend- ing back an even width 150 feet to an alley in the rear as said lot is designated, delineated and de- scribed on t~he plat of the Charles Town and Washington City Im- provement Company of record in the office of ,the Clerk of Vhe Coun ty Court of Jefferson County, W. Va., in Deed Book W, page 195, im proved by a six room bungalow with bath, full basement, warm air furnace, electricity, c}ty water, all in good condition. Being the same 1o~ or l~reel of 'land which was conveyed to John M. Kimes and Lena May Kimes, his wife, jointly by deed from Charles T. Smith, et ux, February 6, 1940 and recorded in Deed Book 151, page 400, records of'Jeffer- son County, West Virginia. TERMS OF SALE One ,third cash on day of sale and the residue in two equal an- nual installments, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser bear- ing interest from day of sale at six per cent per annum, secured by a Deed of Trus~t on the real es- tate, with privilege to t~he pur- chaser of paying all or a greater amount in cash on day of sale. This property may be inspec- ted by telephoning F. Dean Nich- ols 16, or John M. Kimes 41-J for appointment. DAI:U~ELL K. KOONCE F. DEAN NICHOLS Special Commissioners I, William M. Jones, Clerk of the Circuit Coug of JefferSon County,' West Virginia, certify that the bond required'of the special Com- missioner by the decree of ,the Circuit Court of January 21, 1959, has been given. ' W. M. JONES Clerk of the Circuit~ Court Feb. 19-4T, , , 'Public Sale Of Valuable Improved Real Estate By virtue of the authority ves- ted in me in the undersigned TrUE tee, by those two certain deeds of trust hereinafter, and by the request of the beneficial I I owner of the notes thereby secured default having been made in the payment ,thereof. the undersigned trustee will sell at public auction in.front of the Court House in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia on Saturday, March 14, 1959, at 11:30 o'clock A. M. the following described real estate: " That certain tot or parcel of land containing one half acre, im proved by a concrete block bungs low of five rooms and bath, run- ning water piped from the cistern, electricity and other conveniences. Second: That certain lot or par eel of land containing one acre, *more or less, adjoining the half ,acre lot. Both parcels of land are situate .in Kabletown District of Jefferson County, West Virginia, on ,the pub lic road leading from West Virgin ia State Route No. 340 to Summit Point. the first parcel with the improvements being the same which was conveyed .to Darrell K. Koonce, trustee, by deed from Sherlock H. Patterson and Virgie Pat~ter~on, his wife, dated March 7, 1953 and recorded in the office of the Clerk of ~,he County Court i of Jefferson Coun,ty, West Virginia in Deed Book 192, page 48, the sec end parcel of one acre was convey ed to Darrell K. Koonce, trustee, ! by deed from Sherlock H. Patter- son and Virgie Patterson. his wife d~ted July 1. 1953, of record In the said County Clerk's office in Deed Book 194, page 105. The two adjoining properties will be offered separately, then as a whole and sold for the highest bid, wl.?;h the ri,g~t to refuse any and all bids deemed inadequate. TERMS OF SALE ONE half,cash on day of sale the residue in two equal annual installments one and two years af- ter date of sale evidenced by the notes of the purchaser, secured by a deed of crust upon the 'property sold, notes to ,bear interest from day of sale, with the assignment of reasonable fire insurance on the buildings with extended coy erage, or for all or a greater a- mount in cash at the option of the pur~haserI)~RELL K. KOONCE Trustee Feb. 19-4T- 14 shoats, weighing approx. 50 lbs :each; 6 shoats weighing approx. 75 Ibs. each: 2 Hampshire sows with 8 pigs each, red sow, with 7 pigs, 2 black sows with 7 and 8 pigs each, white sow with 6 pigs, bi~ck sow, ! 2 red sows (bred). FARMING IMPLEMENTS Farmall M. tractor, Farmall H tractor with cultivator, mower and plow; McCormick Peering side delivery rake, Oliver 13-7 drill, New Idea corn picker, David Bradley rubber-tired wagon, Case conveyor with gasoline engine, New Idea manure spresAer, 2 McCormick disc harrows, 2 spring tooth harrows, spike harrows, John Deers corn plan ter. McCor-Deer. 10-ft. tractor binder, Dellinger hammer mill, pul- verizer, ensila~ge cutter, iron wheel wagon, John Deers horse mower, 2 corn shellers, corn sl~d, wheat fan, hay loader. (me-half interest in 53 acres of growing wheat, ~ interest in 30 ac~es of growing barley, 200 bu. of barley. MISCELLANEOUS-Four can milk cOoler, 10 ten-gal milk cans, elec- tic grinder, log chains, forks, shovels, digging irons, tools of all kinds. Stewart electric sheep shearer and articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. SHIRLEY BOYD W.D. ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Feb. IP-2T I I II II I III "The Right Attitude" To Be Sermon Sunday Morning For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor, announced Monday the follow ing schedule of services for St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Ranson Bible Mnt~rlnh Matthew21:~-4~: Mark for Sunday, March 1 and at var- 14:3-fl. ious times during the subsequent Devotional Reading: Isaiah 53:1-& weeks: Sunday Chnrch School at 9:45 a. m.; Robert Ross, Super- The 6reat Refusal intendent. The Service a~ llO0 a. m. with sermon, "The Pdght At- titude". Nursery held durin/~ wor- ship; coffee hour follows the Ser- Lesson for March 1, ll~i~ vice. Junior Luther l,eague meets at the church at 6:30 p. m: Sen- ior Luther League meets at the A DOUBLE parsonage for monthly business meaning can be found in some of Jesus' par- meeting at 7:00 p. m. Tuesday, ables. A triple meaning, if you in- Church Council meets at the par- elude the simple literal words of sonage at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, the stories. For instance, take the Lenten Vespers at 7:30 with ser- parable which in old-fashioned mon "At Caesarea Phillippi" and English is called the parable of the period of prayer for Japan led by Wicked Husbandmen. In more Circle II; Senior ChOir rehearsal modern English it ~ ~ after Vespers. Thursday, Evangel- would be the ~ ~ ism committee and lay visitors s t o r y o f the ~i:~: meet at the home of Mrs. P. D. Wicked Tenant ~i/i: i:::ii ::i.i!:i~ Fearnow at 7:45. Friday, Junior ~~ ~i~ Choir practice at 4:15 p. m. Sat- Farmers. The ~!!~ ~!~ ~'--~i~ urday, Confirmation class meets at firStmeaningand isSimplejust ~ ~ the parsonage at 11:00 a. m. the story. Like so ~.~ ~ ~ many that Jesus / ~::;:l Methodist Youth Give told, this one both /:i ~?l sounds as if it ! ]~: might have actu- Dr. Forexaau Materials loGoodwill ally happened, and as if it were too fantastic ever to happen. :It is the This week nearly 30 Methodist story of a farm owner who tried congregations throughout the Jef to collect from his tenants. But ferson- Berkeley- Morgan County area have contributed several hun they beat up all his agents, one dred bags filled with materials to after another. Plnally the owner many working hours to sent his son. But this only stirred the tenants to murder. :If we kill the man's only son, they said to each other, then the vineyard be ours. So they killed him. Shadow of Calvary Jesus ended his blunt, ugly tale with a question. What will the owner do next ? His hearers knew. The least the tenants could expect would be to lose their places. But more likely the owner would de- stroy them. Their murder would come back on their own heads. So much for the story itself. But it was more than a story; that is, thez'e was a meaning under its sur- face. It is on record that the lead- ing citizen to whom Jest~s told this tale of brutality and madness, Im- mediately made plans to arrest him. They saw that Jesus was speaking about them. This was no simple rural Who-done-it. It was a sword-thrust, a stm~ prophecy. and they did not like it, nor him. These men, you might say. where parable-experts, parabolists (sic) themselves. They saw in a flash what the N[an from Galilee was driving at. The owner of the vine- yard was God; the tanant farmers were themselves. The vineyard was the Kingdom of Cod, with all its powers and privileges. God had en- trusted the Jewish people, and es- pecially their leaders and teachers, thes~ chief priests and scribes among them, with his truth, his laws, the knowledge of his will. But insteact of blessing the earth with these his gifts, they had tried selfishly to keep them for their very own. They had mistreated God's messengerS the prophets. Now God's son was in their pres- ence.., but murder was in their minds. One of, the, most' chilling things Jesus ever said was his last word tO these men who were plotting his death. "The Kingdom of God will be taken away from you," he said." That was a shocker. Every Jew grew up believi~ig, that his people had the exclusive right to the King- dom and to the favor Of God. Gen- tiles were no better than dogs. But here Jesus pi'0nounces sentence on their failure. Not "--may be taken away," but "--will be taken away." By rejecting him they proved them- selves unworthy. But then what ? Who would be the Bearers of the Kingdom ? It will be given, Jesus said, "to a nation producing the fruits of it." WhAt nation ? Rome~ the British Empire, the United States ? One thing is clear: No race and. no nation have any exclusive i rights to the Kingdom; no exclusive right to be the Headquarters of God? The Tragio Paflerl But with this last word of Jesus a third depth Of meaning in this parable comes to light. Jesus was not only predicting his own death at the hand~ of those who should have made him most welcome; and not only predicting the passing of the Kingdom of COd out into the world. He was suggesting a tragic pattern which ha~ been repeated over and ore/-again in history. Those wicked tenants are not mere- ly certain priests in long-ago Jeru- salem, they are the Refusers of God everywhere and at all times. God gives to man so much, and demands (comparatively) so little; like the owner in the parable. But man, confronted by Cod, makes over and over again the Great Re- fusal. Man wants the earth for him- self, he does not want to share it even with the Creator. But men who refu~ God are in reality not destroying him; they axe destroy- ing themaelve~ m(m ed u ,udt eopr Jed by e DiviSioh of Christ/nn ]tdue~Molt, Natqona/ Conch of the Churebew of Christ ha ~lmU. B. A. ]Kelea~e~ by Commuait~ Fre~ Se~vi~.) NEXT WEEK-ANOTHER LESSON-RELIGION FOR mE MODERN WORD the 54 handicapped and d, bled men and women employed at Good will Industries. Tt~is is the third year thai, M. Y. F. groups have sponsored this spee ial clothing drive as a Christian Citizenship proiect. Methodisl, Churche:~ throughont the entire Balt, imore Conference are in lhe process of providing materials to the Goodwill Industries of Hagers town, Baltimore and Washington. Many of the local yo1Ati'l toured the Goodwill Indu:-,trics sheltered workshops several weeks ago and were stimulated in creating mem- bers of the various congregations to fill Goodwfll Bags with no Ion- get" needed materials such as cloth ing, shoes and household applian- ces. The Goodwill Industries truck makes a monthly colection in this area on Ma~ch 12. Residen.ts wish ing to contribute materials may call Charles Town 572-W. ATTEND CHURCtl SUNDAY ? !, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 6--I', TIIUIISI)AY, FEBRIL, RY If You Want Results Use Spirit-Advocate SILK MILL FRONT ROYAL, ROOM ' A VIRGINL DATE:-February 23-28, IIOI YRS :- Monday lhru Fri(lay--g A. M. to 4.30 g Saturday--8 A. M. 1o 11:45 OLD NEWSPAPERS HERE AGAIN YOU WILL FINI) OUR FOR SALE:--o- the bundle. GREATLY REDUCED. Most any amo,'" au want. Stop at the office .... ne Sp rit-Ad o- TAFFETAS (Printed and , eat. on North-George St. today Telephone 222, Charles Town. ery, Suiting and Others. As Our iscal-- Y ar Ends March .21, 1(, SMITH & STRIDER as we MUST (?LEAR OUT OUR STOCK, WILL BE Folh)wed By One the Week of 1Y FUNERAL HOME --28, 1959. " DON'T FORGET THESE TWO IMt )R 301 West Washington St. I)A]ES FOR BARGAINS. Charles Town, W. Va. ,, No M.ail or Telephone Orders will be handled ~ale l'rices. PHONE:-- THE DATES.---February 23 - 2& Day 370 Night March 23 - 28, ! .... Who said there is no such thing as juvenile delinquency? Look at the record! Millions of boys and girls under "twenty, one in trouble with the police2--dope traffic among teen-agers--dr- ganized crime by minors. But this is not always juvenile delinquency. This is often the tragedy of ADULT DELINQUENCY. It is frequently the result of negiect, indifference, and lack of Christian training in our homes. It is the failure of parents that has led to the wreckage of many of these young lives. THE CHURCH FOR ALL . .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the ~reatest factor on earth for the building of charactfr and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. \Vitllout a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and SUF, port tire Church. They are: (I) For hls 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 nee& his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Book ChapterVerses Sunday Luke 15 11-32 Monday Exodus 20 1-6 Tuesday Ephesians6 4 Wednesday Luke 1 5-17 Thursday Mark 11 20-26 Friday Provm'bs 6 20-24 Saturday II Samuel18 1-33 Bring your child to Sunday School and Church. Give him the spiritual care that he wants and needs. Remember, Mother and Dad, we cannot always say, "juvenile delinquency." Be sure it is not your ]allure which may cause your child to ruin his life. Copytijht 1959, Keieter Adv. Service, Srrstsbut~, Va. Business Firms Below In Support Of The Community: L. EACKLES FUNERAL J. DONALD EACKLES Harpers Ferry W. V~t. WHITMORE LUMBER CO., BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town W J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Charles Town, PITTS - JEFFERSON CItARLES TOWN, W. "ALWAYS A GOOD J. C. PENNEY COl CHARLES TOWN W. V~ POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS This Advertisement Sponsored By The The Churches Of KIRBY CLEANATORIUM "DRY CLEANING AT ITS BEST" East Washington St. Phone 686-W L. W. JAMES, Owner d CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Ca. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va: Maxttnsburg, W. Vs. -- Leesburg, Va~ SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Va~ MERCHANT & NOLAND GULF SERVICE 32I West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 5006 H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Ca. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Va~ RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. CA. PHONE 309 VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Ca. RANSON. WEST hR. , \ i