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P!RIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S AD YOCATE I Church School, with classes for observing the 24th. Anniversary] I all ages, is at 9:30 a. m. In the [ of their pastor Rev. S. H. Patter- THURSDAY, FEBRUARy 26, 1970 B--4! il "Amazing Pity" To Be THE CHURCH 0 H0spit Youth Department Sunday morn- son, SundayMarehlstatJp. m. inK, Ricky Riley, Mac Willingham The Rev. Walter Newman from Makes Payment n al Sermon For Lutherans The Hope Of and Mark Dailey, will relay some The House of Pt-ayer, will be the operators, problems in getting "Amazing Pitty" will be the ser- of their experiences while attend- the guest speaker. Everyone is ' Our Community - Our a new phone, equipment break man subject Sunday morning, ing a United Nations Seminar cordially invited to attend. Miss Lillian Myers Shenandoah Junction Ruritan Club meets - James Davis Speaks ] downs, and numerous general complaints. The Junction Club had previously written the Public Service Commission and the local phone company and had received promises of better service, but it was brought out that nothing had been done. In other business the club plans The Junction Ruritan Club met to sponsor a skating party for at the Village House ReStaurant the children of the area with Ray Monday February 16. Robert Darr Seal in charge. Plans are to hold March, 1 for the 8:30 and 11 a. m. February 7-10. These three stu- services at St. Thomas Lutherean dents were, chosen by the Youth World h,o Of Cborch in Ranson, it was announ- to represent then, at this Seminar .aj oj r ced Monday by the Rev. Richard They will speak to the Adult De- [ E. Neal, pastor, partment Sunday, March 8 $e ice T0 Be Held At Nursery held during worship Sr. and Jr. MYF Sunday 6:30 for pre-school children, Sunday P. m.; Sunday evening service Church School classes at 9:45 a. 7:45 p. m.; Cherub Choir Monda3~ St, James Church Mar, 6 in. for adults, young men and we- 3:30 p. m.; Jr. Choir 4 p. m.; Cir- 1 men, and children,Edwin A. Fitz- cles meet Tuesday. The annual World Day of Pray- patrick, Superintendent. Church Circle 1, Chairman Mrs. Francis er service will be hed Friday, Council and the building commit- White, with Mrs. Herman Willis, March 6, at 2 p. m. at St. James a zone meeti at the Community tee meet at the parsonage on 317 E. First Ave. 2 p. m. Circle Catholic Church in Charles Town, Club President conducted the bus Center Mar]oh~g28 for the entire it was announced this week. iness meeting and following this Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Lenten 2, Chairman Mrs. Henry Hine, Vespers on Wednesday at 7:30 p. with Mrs. Elsie Coleman, 2nd. Ave t The service at which the church Mr. James Davis, President of zone one area. Jefferson County Chamber of The District Governor, John m. Childrens choir practice on 7:30 p. m.; Circle 3, Chairman es of the community .un!te is Commerce explained in detail the Green, will be present that night Friday at 4:00 p. m. Catechism Mrs. J. W. Carroll, with Miss sponsorea oy me umtea t~nurcn nrtm,~d lgh~nhnna rata increase [ for a short training meeting with classes at the parsonage on Sat- Mary Magaha, North George St Women of Jefferson County. z~ " vl" "~vr ~'" " ' A . r ~ a ,~. I officers 'of the varmus club. urday at 9:00, 10:00, and 11:00 Ranson, 7:30 p. m. Circle 4, Chair. - in~ for discussion and many mem [ Qenclous turkey (unner was se - a.m man, Mrs. George Mickey, with 'MT. ZION AM.E CHURCH TO be~s-joined-]n~-a- discus-st-on -con-{edbrYs thTo~ilrl~g;iH wU~e" had been - Mrs. Harvey Lehman Jr 713, HAVE DINNER SATURDAY uU~.Im A U| ~ E)~,m~ I 713 Morison Street, 7:30 p. m.;I cerning service problems, ten " . . :'~: "~ " a pauent m wmcnester 1vlemortal IIOTIII~ /4 IIlIJII III~JOIUCircle 5, Chairman Mrs.Allen The Mt. Zion A, M. E. Church ers " ill amm~mm~m~o~m~m~t,~m J Hospital for five weeks returned Marshall, with Mrs. Marian My of Shenandoah Junetmn w be ~ ILl e I to her home last week. Her many F~ ~|~' ~t~rm/tn F~r 300 s. Church St 10:00 a.m.I the scene of a chicken and chitter ,n ~ [ friends are glad she is home. Pictured above are Mrs. James E. Gore, State P~ajeet Home- ,v, ~, ~v ~ Sr. Choir Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ling dinner, Saturday, Feb. 28 at [ Mr. and Mrs. Alan Welch of town, W. Va Chairman; Shirley Hunt, Hospital Campaign Chair- ~ . ~,I 12 p. m. it was announced this ~l~l~lM 1' 1~T~lh~ /*/~1 ~ Bethesda, Md spent the week man and Mrs. Ernest Benner, Charles Town Junior Woman's Club em0alm unm 7~^, Rantlet/~n,ek Tn [ week by the Rev. Joseph E. Wash IVll.l.ili~l I~ a/lllll/Ikfl ~Ve I end with her sister, Mrs. Mary PresldSnt. Mrs. Gore is presenting a check in the amount of $333 ~ Li~tt ~ttOt ~"Ut~,tt tV I ington, pastor, t . . to Mr. Hunt. This amount is *the first payment of the $1,000 pledge For the 11 o'clock worsh~p sere- ~h~p rvp ~4th AnlllVc~l~arv [ C O L O N I A L GMY~:nLinda Seal was a patient!made' by the Junior Woman's Club towards the new Charles Town ice Sunday, March 1, Asbury t J~EMBER FUNERAL HOME l in the Charles Town General Has General Hospital. " /pital last week. ~ ---- United Methodist Church, Th~ tt~ ~,r U ~-~-~-.-- I ~' Rev. Mr. J. Lee Williams will use U| [~, ~. [1. rdlI i Ufl I unarle8 Town I Mrs. Paul Green of Greencastle Md. spent the weekend with his ~ An exhibit of the work of the "Having A High Regard For Self" 1 ~-: ~'~l'~.r~ Shepherdstown ~Pa. was a recent supper guest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Slant. class members is planned for for his sermon topic. A nursery I ~r- ~/"~'~/~ ::/'I ! Mrs. Ed Hammond and Miss Cam Mr and Mrs Ralph Henr~- of some time in the spring at the for pre-school children is provid- The Officers and members of [ asstm/sf;,n - Fe~nd~a ~.~ 7Zb-'lV . rnones - ~'#~-~4~ ilia Wiltshire Ranson spent Sunday with -her ~ Civic Center. ed for this service, the Zion Baptist Church will be ~ ~m~o~mPo~m~o~m~)~)~m~ Mr Francis Slant of Baltimore sister, Mr~ Oscar Seal, Mrs. Win t *~ * ~ ~ ~-~ onahad Gormanbeen visiting f StanleY,her returnedVa" who Production nports ~"*'~~~~'~'~:~~"~'~"~ "~~:~':':"~ I will sen (m my farm located al(mg the Coppermine Road approximately 3 miles Eas~t of Woodsboro and 1 mile West of Green Valley Road, running North from Libertytovcn. Frederick County, Marylaxtd, on: URSDAY, MARCH 12, 1970 AT 11:00 A. M. FARM EQUIPMENT Int. 806 F/H Diesel Tractor with Factory,made Cab, Radio. P, S L. P. T. O on'ly 830,Hours, on very good rubber ~nd set of U'aotor chains; M. F. MuRi-Power Model 65 gas tractor with wide ~ront axle, P. S L. P. T, O. and set of tractor chains, with hydraulic connection~ for rear attachment; Inst. Model M gas tra~tor with wide fron~ axle on good rubber with remote controls; In~. F/fit Mendel 560 ~mi-mourt~ted tr~p back plows; M. F. 3-pt. ool bar; M. F. 3-pt. cultiva~tors; Int. double cultipacker; Dunham tr~ hydraulic disc harrow; Int. F/H 18~ folding spring t~ath hmTow; I~'t. Model 2000 hydraulic ' ~ " F manure loader w~th double hydraulic 6 dump buck~,M. . 3x14 3-pt. trip hack plows; Grove 3-~. or F/H scraper blade; N. It. P. T. O. :tub manure spreader; Lillison 7' rotary tractor mower; 1969 N. H. ,M~del/1469 Self-propeUed Hay Brae with Factory Cab and 9 Cutter Head; t~t. 16x7 drop bottom hy- draulic lift tractor grain 4rill with :ban seeder; N. H. Medel 56 tractor rake; 2 double action hydrau~ie~a,~ e~mders; N. H. Model 818 P. T. O. field h~r~es/er wit}~ 2-r~ corn he~d, pluck-up grass head ~nd cycle bar grass ~head; Int. flat bed 16 hay wagon; 3 Grove 2:beater self-unloading wag(ms wi,th side ex- tensions; (Sentm'y trailer field sprayer with pump; N. H. Super 23 P. T. O. ~opoer blower; 2 N. H. Model 77 balers, both wiCh motor, one with hydraulic ,bale ten.(m; N. H. Model 50 bale thrower; older throw bate wagon; 244ooth ~ractor lever hacrow; Int, 2x12 ~l wheel ~tra~er plow; large du~l wheel rubber ~ire wagon- trailer; single wheel tractor trailer frame; D, B, home with them for a visit. I Mr. and Mrs. James McGill of Philadelphia, Pc, spent the weeR end with her mother Mrs. Graver Leith and sister, Mrs. Phyllis Webb. Mrs. James Hammond, Charles Town, and Misses Carol Hammond and Donna Roby of Richmond, Va. were luncheon guests of Mrs. Ed Hammond and Mis~ Camellia Wiltshire, Friday. Mr. Charles Snyder who has been confined to his .home by ill- ness became worse Monday and was removed by ambulance to the Charles Town General Hospi- tal at 2:00 a. m. He returned home For Area Holsteins Liftime milk and butterfat pro duetion levels for Registered Hol- stein cows in this area have been announced by Holstein - Feriesian Association of America. The in. dividual animals have been credit ed with career food production totals exceeding I00,000 lhs. (46, 500 quarts) of milk. The official testing program is sponsored by the Association and supervised by the state and local testing organ- izations. Local Holstein breeders and their long-time producers report- on Saturday and his many friends ed by the organization include: wish him a complete recovery. Drilake B B Donna 4349229 Sly!day February 8th a birth-I (VG), 138,172 lbs. of milk and day party was given for twelve 4,780 lbs." of butterfat in 3,875 year old Owen Dillow of Route day~,; Drilake H. B. Datmte 520 2 Chafes Town by his aunt and 6633 (GP). 10.7,043 lb$. of milk uncle, Mr. and Mrs. James F. and 4,165 lbs. of butterfat in 2,594 Chapman and Mr. Frank Weisen-~ days; Drilake Jonabell Lee 456- burg of Charles Town. Present 8494 (VG), 106,506 lbs. of milk were *his family Mr. and Mrs. and 4,013 lbs. of butterfat in LesterDiltow, Deborah and Frank 3,479 days. All are owned by ie, Mrs. Edith Cooper and son Drita~e-Farm~ Charles Town. Randy of Hagerstown, Mr. and I'~ Dri~wood Burke Var Aag~ie Mrs. Fred Southa~d and .daugh-~, 1t3~22~1bs~ of milk and ters Maria an~iAnita of the Jun-1~;982 lbs. of butterfat in 2,655 ction, M~. Si~irley Skinner and days. She is owned by William children, Mitzi, Sue and Keith E, Walker, Driswood Farm, Shen Allen of Martinsburg and Chris andoah Junction. Chapman and Steve and Pres Engle, Charles Town. 1 GO TO CitURCH SUNDAY Refreshments consisted of chi- cken and tuna salad sandwiches, cake potato salad, mints, ice cream, patna chips and pop. He READ PIRIT-ADVOCATE received many nice gifts, h ? : FLAMELESS elevator; 3-~. 2-shovel layoff plow; 1952 2-Ton Dodge truck with cattle body; 1958 Dodge -ton pick-up; 1961 Chrysler 2-door hard top; 1 Acetylene welding cutting outfit; fenders for 806 tractor; 2 1224 tractor tires (good); 1 ~ir compressor, DAIRY EQUIPMENT --- 5 Surge pail units; 1 DeLaval milk weight scules; 2 Jamesway hand feed carts, forks, shovel,s other small equiFment AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: The equipment in ad is that of ray own. None of ~he items liSted belong to my so~ who had sale on the same farm February 20, 1970. TERMS--CASH: On day of sale. Not responsible for accldent~ 4% Maryland Sales Tax to be collected from Purchaser on all taxable items unless Tax Exemption Certificate is exhibited to Clerk. Mr. & Mrs. RussellM. Mathews WOODSBORO, MARYLAND James G. Trout Auction & Realty, Inc. 1 W. Second St. (temporary location) Has opening in Charles Town, G. Trout and Wm. Baker - Auctioneers Mehrle N, Wachter - Cl~erk Lunch Available. Feb. 26tit- Spring Session Art Classes Open At CMc Center March 9 A Spring Sesion of Art Classes will begin at the Jefferson Cou- nty Civic Center on Monday, March 9, Classes will be held from 7:30 until 9:30 p. m:, each Monday evening for twelve weeks through May 25. Mr. Howard Wilt of the Charles Town High School faculty will be the in- structor. Instruction wil be given in any form of work: landscape, portrait, figure, still life, and in any med~ ium requested. Mr. Wilt will give special attention to beginners. A registration fee of $15.00 pays for the complete session of classes with each person provid- ing his~.own ~rking FUEL TOO HIGH? AFRAID TO TURN YOUR THERMOSTATS UP? TO FUEL HARD TO GET ? FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON EQUIPMENT, INSTALLED CHARLES TO,W. g lllll [ II/ I LJ/I/I I II J 1 I I IIL . I IIll I. ELECTRIC HEATING IS QUIET POTOMAC EDISON your instance? ptot tio am be wasteful.~-too-little protection can be disastrous. That's why . we urse you to take advantas~ of our experience and know- how. Let us help you to~l~vo the oorrcc~ n ts. Call us to for a free check of your insurance! When we leave the concert hall, the music is gone. When we leave the theatre, the play is over. Not so with lifeI It continues on and on. Life is not lust a play. In the play an actor has no choice. But in real life you, the actor, have many choices, and how you play the part is up to you. But still you need direction, coaching, encouragement. All these you can find in your church, for the Supreme Author of all life can give you inspiration and faith. In church, in the silence of your heart, you will hear His voice and" understand. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday t ~~ I Peter I John JameS. Exodus Deuteronomy' Pr?verb~ Isaiah I This series of messages is made possible by the following Charles Town and Jefferson County firms who recognize the value and service of the Churches of our Community. RANSON,REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE INC. Ranson, W. Ca. ]Plmae 725-7072 -- 725-7071 **WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 1. E. Sensene,Owner Charles Tow W. Va. KABLE OIL CO INC. ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Faone 725-7510 - Charles Town MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Phone 725-7068 - (]mrles Town SUDLEY FUNEK&L HOME Phone 076-6460.S pherdstown CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE, CENTER McClure B. WIHttgham-Owner Phone 725-9904. Charles Town & EDWARD MAGARA ELECTEICAL CONTBACTOE APPLIANCE CENTER N. George St. - Phone 72 5 16 HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD COMPANY Hailtewn, W. Va. Charles Town, W. Va. SUPERTANE GAS CORP. Phone 72~.7267 - Charles Town $. RUSSELL FRITrS PHILCO & FURNITURE DEALER Phone 725-5511 - Charles Town RANSON MAOHINE WORKS Phone 725-5621 - ltmson JEFFERSON FINANCE CO. 111 Clinics Charles Town, W. Va. "Cash W en Yon Need It" Loa Up To $900 MERe, NOLAND, INC. ClIEVltOLET-OLDSMOBILE Route 340 East Phone 72~7045 or 725- Charles Town, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL INC. CITC SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. - Lees- burg, Va. - MarUnsburg, W. Va. - She~het~lstewa, W. Va. Brumw ek, rod. WILTS PURE OIL SERV/CE GT, NTEE Washing -- Greasing Minor ReDai Comer Wash. & West Phone 725-9989 - Charles Town t"ndey School Literal KEEPING CHANNELS Lesson for March ll~k~mmad $crIpImm Joshua 24; John 17, Devoflen~l ll~dlag: Isaiah 42:5-9, In his book, DARE NOW (Zondervan: Grand] Michigan, 1965), Bruce tells of an experience pened to him when he infantry basic Beuning, Georgia. mess first brea cream Scoopi~ added and ]L*v. Althouse b o y him. Bug-eyed, he that the way you eat As a Chicago boy, heard of grits but he seen them until this Rather than appear smiled and answered ly: "Oh yes, this is ho~ grits in Chicago." The horrible to Larson and he'! that the mountain boy with butter, salt, and To protect the first lie Several days later pened to be sitting with mountain boy across Again they were served to prop up his initial again put cream and sug~r bowl. "Somehow," he managed to eat the mess. whole tra of the dicament is ine: ~ent. our m:~takes. We go to hell cence than to This same pretense factor in our relation Though we delight in tl ourselves as his people often respond to him 1crees because we ourselves to admit that knowingly done whai The result is a barrier erect between ourselveS .: closing off the flow of hi ~. us. It is like taking the ~' the hook: God is still get through to us, but " clogged the line of tion and help. An expensive An illustration of he~ work is found in the of a woman who from an illness whiCh to respond t from doctor to doctor, ink to find a new would give her dicts, however, In desperation pastor and and anxieties for her invited sequent visit, She incident in her caused her to beco~e 755-2211 : I~ ~ ~W. A~HCRAFT ~ ~, Representing e,9 WEST END GUI+F STATION It. M. HANN J.C. PENNEY CO. HARTFORD ~ Charles Town~ W. Va. ELECTRICAL CON~CTOR "Always First Quallt~ ~ msua~ce COMV~S~ Phone 725- 5 P o 990 h ne 72S-$215- Charles Town Charles Town, W. Va. ~ -.-. :-: -- . : : ~~-- : - - bitter toward been her close nursed a grudge son for many y her to even ispe pastor. The minister and when she story, he time she gave forgave her former woman thought and at last that. She forgave dismissed mind. The Before she left pastor he prayed for enced a sensa floo~ing over her, wonderful sense Several days later, to her doctor he find, that' the sponsive" peared. The realize that i~ grudge had prevented free of free had opened the As the to realize forgiveness are tial. if we are 'channels of (~ed de C~,;sS~n C~rr, h~ d Cbrlzt ~mmunih