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Rev. William Brook. Jr. Spirit, Summit Point; Grace Chu rch, Middleway, and St. Phillip’s in Charles Town. The public in invited to use their lunch hours on Wednesdays during Lent in this manner. There is also a Lenten Service for the Church School each Wed- nesday at 3:50 p. In. in the Church Rev. Paul Vandlvort Zion lenten Service The Rev. William V. Brook, Jr., will be the guest preacher at the Noonday Lenten Service at Zion Episcopal Church on Wednesday, March 5. The one-half hour serv- ice begins at 12:05 p. m. The sing ing of familiar hymns is led by a volunteer men’s choir, to which all men of the community are in- vited. A luncheon, served by the Episcopal Church Women, follows immediately in the Parish Hall for those attending the service. Mr. Brook, a native of New Bedford, Mass, attended High School at Huntington, W. Va., and was graduated from Marshall University there in 1958. He re- ceived his theological a education at Bexley Hall Seminary. While serving as Curate at St. Luke’s Church, Welch, he also served several missions in McDowell County. He was Rector of the Church of the Ascension in Hunt ington before coming in 1956 to his present position. He is now Vicar of the Church of the Holy TH E . MELVIN T. STBIDER C0. COLONiAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068 - Phones 876-6460 “mimmm Night Episcopal Church The Rev. Vandivort will speak on “The Church and Radical Theology" in the second of the current issues presented this Sunday 'at 7:30 p. m. at Zion Epis- copal Church. Mr. Vandivort will make a presentation concerning new trends in theology and then will lead the discussion. He is a former social worker from St. Louis and is presently doing counseling work for the District of Columbia. He is mar- ried and a graduate of the Vir. ginia Theological Seminary. g Last Sunday this Lenten pro gram got'under way with a num- ber of people from various chur- ches attending to hear a presen- tation on “The Church and Pol- itical Change”. ‘ The public is'cordially invited. “Just Talking About Religion" Sermon For Lutheran Church Sunday “Just Talking About Religion” will be the sermon subject Sun- day morning for the 8:30 and 11 a. m. services at St. Thonias Luth eran Church in Benson, it was announced Monday by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. Nursery held during worship for pro-school children. Sunday Church School classes at 9:45 a.. in. for adults, young men and Women, and children; Edwin A. l" Fitzpatrick, Superintendent. Choir Festival at the Charles Town Pres have been kept in good state Clerk C. Wm. BENSELL K DISTRIBUTOR , PUBLIC SALE Having sold our dairy in Novomber of 1967 and having rented our dairy farm, we will sell the following located 5 miles South of Martinsburg, W. Va, 18 miles North of Winchester,’ Va..- along U. S. Route No. 11 at Valley View Farms on: ' FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1969 BEGINNING All 10:30 A. M. Massey Ferguson 65 Diesel with Multi Power and Industrial Loader; Massey Ferguson 50 Dieseltractor; Massey Ferguson 35 Diesel tractor with Multl Power."’(All"of"the above tractors , condition). New Holland Model No. 818 Field Harvester with corn head; Kools ETD. blower with 50 ft. of pipe; 2 Badger forage wagons, P.T.O., excellent condition; John Deere Model No. 45 self propelled combine, 10 it. cut, A—I condition; 100 bushel grain cart, 11,110.; steel bed dump wagon, PTO; Ford 7 ft. mower; Ford hay conditioner, both like new; 2 Massey Ferguson side: delivery rakes; Oliver 3 bottom, 14, inch trip ., beam plow; Massey Ferguson 3 bottom, 14 inch trip beam plow; 8 ft. pulxerizer; 24-well! wood frame barrow, like new; Ford bush M; liquid manure spreader, 1-year old; air corn- pressorr-“F‘ordcultivators; 32 foot New Idea elevator; 24 foot Girton elevator; 11,4 ton feed mixer; hammermill; 5-HT. elect- , ric motor wired for 220~Volts; 2 corn shellera; 10 lit-gal. milk- cans; small tools and other articles, TERMS or sun—coon: settled for. Notrrospwslble for Incidents on premises. ' Lunchm'ghts Reserved. Auctioneer - EDWARD “Ned” MORROW It not gown; mice In. this. switch m to our “Watchdog” Oil Heat Sonics! 725.7510 of repair and are in excellent Nothing to be removed until Borosunaa WALTER L. BUTLER Feb. 2027 byterian Church at 7:00 p. to. Work project for men at the church on Monday at 7:00 p. m. Church Council meets at the par. sonage on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Lenten Vespers on Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. Children's Choir parctive on Friday at 4:00 p. m. Catechism classes meet at, the parsonage on Saturday at 9:00, 10:00, and 11:00 a. m. Mrs. James Snyder To Teach Yokefel‘lows .Class Sunday Morning l Mrs. James Snyder, a promi- nent Sunday School teacher, will be guest teacher for members and guests of the Yokefellows Bi- ble Class Of the Charles Town. Presbyterian Church Sunday lmorning. Convening at 9:45 am. with ’group singing, President Roger Ramey of the class extends a cordial welcome to all visitors and others Who‘h‘ave not heard Mrs.“Snyder,’ to meet with the Yokefellows Sunday morning. Es- pecially are the men Of the church asked to attend the meet- ing. Mrs. Snyder is expected to speak at 10 um. Cooperative Parish Mcdmdist Church To Hold Dinner March 4 The Jefferson County Cooper- tive Parish of the United Metho- dist Church will sponsor a county wide covered dish dinner at the Asbu’ry Church in Charles Town. March 5. The dinner will feature an Old time song fest around the table. Rev. Raymond Roderick, District Superintendent of the Hagerstown District of the Metho dist Church, will be present and wil1 make brief remarks. Mrs. Bernard Ott Mr. and Mrs. Lester Molar spent last Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Moler‘s brother-in—law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clarke, of. Clearbrook, Va. ; Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Mrs. Da- vid Penwell, and daughter, Lin- da, Mrs. Alton Muse and daugh- ter Karen, attended a party on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Martin Grimes in Charles Town. Mrs. David Penwell and daugh— ter, Linda, and Mrs. Alton Muse ‘and daughter, Karen, visited Mr. Notice 0f Mechanic’s Lien nun-n...— To: RICHARD FERGUSON a HELEN LOUISE FERGUSON 6900 HILLMEADE ROAD BOWIE, MARYLAND, 20715 You will please take notice that ,the undersigned, Bragunier Mas- onry Contractors, Inc, Clear lSpring, Maryland, has performed work and labor under a contract with Mico Corporation of West Virginia, who was the general contractor for you in the erection and construction of a certain residential building and other im‘ movements thereto ,owned by {you and located and situate in :Harpers Ferry District, Jefferson :County, West Virginia, and, de- lsignated on the plat made by Charles R. Atherton, C. ‘13., re- gistered professional engineer ,made on March 11, 1968, attache , to and made a part of that certain ideed from George M- Cummings, iet. inc, to Richard Ferguson. Jr. l and Helen Louise Ferguson, dated . March 20, 1968, and recorded in theioffice of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson Cou- nty, West Virginia,,in Deed Book 293, at page 508 ,and therein de- scribed by mates and bounds as 1 fellows, co’iwrt: Beginning at a point-a large dead locust tree 1 :in the line «of D, B. Lucas; thence ~ 8. 26 deg. 45’ E._a distance of I 43.73 feet to a stone set as «a i corner;thence by lands of Baker, 1 due west, at distance of 610.5 feet 'wu)»\»the__eastgrly right of way line of .Wéslli’ ~ Virginia Secondary Route No. 28; thence by lands of . Mitchell (Within. across and along the State Secondary Route afore- said) the following two (2) i courses and distances - - N. 12' deg. a distance of 244.2 feet, and due north 3 distance of, bleANUARY 16, 1969: 136.73 feet to a point; thence , anew line" due cast a distance of 1 feet to a stake set as a cor. ‘oer; thence by lands of D. B. : Lucas the following two (2) « courses and distances S. 1 deg. 15‘ W. a distance of 46.36 feet f and S. 18 deg. E. a distance at 297.0 feet to the place of beginn- ing, containing 5.1 acres, more or less, to which said deed reference l is hereby made. The said work and labor was of, the kind and performed on the dates at the prices shown in the attached. itemized account. “You are further notified that the undersigned has not been paid the sum of Eight Hundred anleifty dollars ($850.00). You are further notified that the said Bragunior Masonry Contractors. Inc. claims a lien upon your in» terest on the aforesaid described real (estate. and the house and other appurtenances and improve. , to. to, secure the deterrent no in the" amount of $850.00, plus interest. and Mrs. Frank Cavalier, of Boli-, var, on Wednesday. They were also visitors of Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Wright, SI‘., of Alstadts Hill, on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man White, in Glengary. Little Misses Linda Penwell and Karen Muse spent Fridayi Lester Moler with Linda’s aunt, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli, of Mlllville, while their mothers visited in Martinsburg. Mrs. Bernard Ott was a Friday dinner guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Anders, of Euclid Avenue; in Charles Town. Mrs. Nathaniel Grey and Mrs. Elmer Wright ,of Alstadts Hill, visited in Martinsburg on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Rose Courtney, of Ran- son, was a Friday overnight guest of her son-in—law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sr, and son, Marshall, Jr. Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sn, left Saturday to spend sometime with her scum-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee and chil~ dren, Karla Kay and Henry. Mrs. , McKee returned home in McLean on Saturday after spending last week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boyd, of Ranson. Chaplain Guest Speaker Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams, Chaplain Charles D. Symons,l former pastor of the Halltown and Elk Branch Presbyterian; Churches was the guest speaker! at the 9:30 morning worship serv- ices at the Halltown Church. Cap- tain Symons has been with the 815th Engineer Batallion in Viet- nam for a year. Mrs. Symons and children. who make their home in Winchester, Va, were also guests at the Halltown Church and Elk Branch. 1 Miss Sharon Ott and brother, Larry, spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Sn, and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs Donald Wil- lia s, also of Ranson. r. and Mrs. Steiner Michelson, of ,Rockville, Md, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- well and children, Judy, Jeanne, Linda, Terry and David, Jr., on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, of Ranson, entertained with a dinner on Sunday. in honor of their son, Donald, who wil1 leave on Wed- nesday for the Induction Center of the U. S. Army Forces at Fort Holibird, near Baltimore, Md. Those enjoying the dinner were who are visiting his parents, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and children, Sharon, Michael. Lar: ry and Stephen, of Halltown. Sharon and Larry returned home With‘tlielr parents. WITNESS the folloWinvg corpor- ate name and seal of BRAGU. NIER MASONRY CONTRACT- ORS, INC, a corporation, by the signatureof its President, affixed lltgé‘geto this 12th day of February, BRAiGUNIER MASONRY CONTRACTORS, INC. .BY DONALD BRAGUNIER , President. BY: John M. Miller Rice, Hannis, Rice & Wagner Old National .Bank Martinsburg, (W. Va., 25401 STATE OF WEST'VIRGINIA COUNTY OF BERKELEY, ‘ ' TO-WIT: DONALD BRAGUNIER, being first duly sworn, upon his oath says that he is the. President of Bragunier MasOnry, Contractors, Inc, a corporation, and as such he is authorized to giVe the fore- going and attached, Notice of Mechanicfs Lien and to execute this Affidavit, and that the state» ments in the foregoing Notice of Mechanic’s Lien are true as he verily believes. , \ Donald Bragiunler Taken, subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day Of February, 1969. Nancy J, Manuel‘ NOTARY PUBLIC, My Commission expires: Feb-‘ many 26, 1978. BRAGUNIER MASONRY CONTRACTORS. INC. .10: RICHARD FERGUSON a. HELEN LOUISE FERGUSON ROAD BOWIE, MARYLAND, 20715 TIME WORKED ON JOB: JANUARY 15, 1969: Thomas Tederick ,William Toderick 'Joe Repp Charles Sword Kenneth Carbaug Richard Shupp 8 hours '8 hours 8 hours 8 hours h hours 8 hours 8 hours hours 8 hours Thomas ‘Tederick ,Wdlliam Tederick ‘Joe Resp Charles Sword . 8 hours Kenneth Carbaugh 8 hours Richard Shupp 8 hours {JANUARY 17, 1960: lThomas Tederick William. Tederick Joe Repp 8 hours Charles Sword 8 hours Kenneth Carbaugh 8 hours . Richard Shupp JANUARY 28, 1969: Thomas Tederick William Tederick Joe Reptp 8 hours Charles Sword 8 hours Kenneth Carbaugh 8 hours Richard Shit-pp ‘ TOTAL: r $850.00 This instrument was prepared b John M. Miller, of the law f rm of Rice. Hannis,‘Ricc 8: Wag- ner, - Old; National ‘Bank Bldg, Martinsburg, W. Va. Feb. 203%. 8 hours . 8 hours 8 hours . 8 hours 8 hOurs 8 hours r, secret; now they were ready to \ a 3% BY LAWRENCE W. ALTHOUSE HIE MYSIERY Lesson for March 2, 1969 “round Scripture: Mark 8:27 through 9.50. Devotional flooding: John l6;25-33. In a sense, the first half of the Gospel according to Mark is a mystery story. Have you noticed? Let me refresh your memory with some of the clues that have ap- peared along the way. (1) Up to this point, only the “unclean spirits” of those who are sick in mind have hinted at . Jesus’ true . identity: And immedi- ately there was in the synagogue .. a man with an one can 5 lrit; 3‘“ “thou” and he and out . . . “I know who you are, the Holy One of God.” (Mark 1:23, 24 RSV) (See also Mark 3:11; 5:2-7.) (2) Whenever he is recognized, Jesus orders the unclean spirits to keep secret his true identity: But Jesus rebuked him, an ing, "Re silent and come out of iml” Mark 1:25 RSV) he strictl ordered them not to make him own. (Mark 3:12 RSV) v (3) He fr uenlly requested si- lence of t ose whom he had healed: And he sternly charged him . . . “See that you say nothing to anyone”. (Mark 1:43, 44 RSV) And he sent him away to his home, saying, “Do not even enter the villa e". (Mark 8:26 RSV) (See also :19, 43; 7:36) (4) People frequently wondered who he was, as though they sus- pected that he was someone more than he appeared to be: And were filled with awe, and cal to one another, “Who then is this, that even the wind and sea obey him?” (Mark 4:41 RSV) (See also 1:27; 2:12) Who Is this man? The writer of Mark, then, has been building up a sense of sus- pense, an aura of mystery so that the reader will ask, or even de- . mend, Really, who is this man? When we reach Mark 8, we have come to the point at which he is ready to begin to shed some light upon the mystery. The setting is Caesarea Phfllppi, a less po ulous area north of Galilee. ‘ e disciples probabl assumed that Jesus Was tak t em there for one of the petio c rests they took when their ener lea were depleted. There woul be no crowds hereto follow them about, no scribes and Phari-I sees to snipe at them with their cynical questions; In this gentile city nestled .at the base of Mount Hermon they could Catch their breath before going back to their arduous tasks. If this is what they thou ht, however, they were wrong. Tfieit sojourn here was to be the climax of Jesus’ Galilean ministry. The course of his missionlin the days ahead would depend upon their conversations with him in this place- Two questions Light is shed on the mystery as Jesus asks and the disciples answer two questions. The first of these is the easier of thetwo: “Who do men say that I am?" (Mark 8:27) The disciples easily remem- l bar some of the suggestions that l they have heard from the crowds. Some believe him to be a resur- l l l i reeled John the Baptist. There . was a similarity in what these two men said concerning tbeking- dom of God. Others, remembering that Malachi had promised that Elliott would return before the “terrible day of the Lord comes” Malachi 4:5, 6), identified him i us. Still others saw him as one of the other great Hebrew prophets. Then Jesus asks the most 1m. portant question of all: “But who do you say that I am?” It was natural that impulsive Peter should have spoken for all: “You are the Christ (Messiah or "an- nolnted one”) “How welcome Peter’s words must have been to Jesus. He had penetrated the I l begin‘ the last half of their preparation. t And be charged them to tell , no one about him”! (Mark 8:30) “But why?” the disc! lea must l have wondered. This the kind agile]? 01;: one should about. i a secret any longer? , Koreetge time being at least, they have traded one mystery for another. M «Inuth «would by is. emu» Carma W Mm! Council d‘lfl‘ Chunhu d Christinlho 0.5.x “Why Commodity Pro» Sonics.) « as: .Miss Margaret Houser Mrs. Gilbert Shade, of Martins- burg, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Margaret day. Mrs. Reba Moler is on the sick list. v' l Mrs. Flora Myers is a patient} in the Charles Town Hospital. Gary Capriotti, of Morgantown, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti and son, over‘ Daugherty on Fri— . the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moler and family of Winchester, Va, and, Mr. and Mrs. William Trail andk ! l l i l l i E ! children, of Anondalc, Md, were recent guests of Miss Madge Moler. , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houser and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higd0n in Knoxville, Md., recently. Mrs. Robert Watson and Mrs. Blanch Lewis visited at the home of Mrs. Henry Pine and family on Sunday. S/Sgt. and Mrs. John Harding and, family, of Amarillo, Texas, have been the guests of Mrs. H. B. Harding, of Bakerton. Mrs. Edward Morgan, of Charles Town, was Monday guest of her mother, Mrs. Lucretia Moler. Charles Town High Students Accepted At Two Colleges College acceptance have been received by Miss Martha Seibert and Robert Liskey, seniors at Charles Town High School. Miss Martha Seibert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Seib— ert, South Church Street, Charles Town, has been accepted at Lynch burg College, Lynchburg, Vir- ginia. Miss Seibert plans to major in drama and speech pathology. She has been very active in the Thespian Troupe at Charles TOWn High School and has dis- tinguished herself as an actress and director of amateur product— t ion. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER’S ADVOCA“ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1969 K Robert Liskey, son of Mrs. Verna Liskey, South Seminary .Street, Charles Town, has receiv- ed notice that he is first alter- nate to the Naval Academy at Annapolis. Robert is an outstand- ing student at Charles Town .High Schoo1 and is active in many extra curricular activities. YOUR FINAL TRIBUTE SHOULD BEJfi THE BBST...OHOOSI ROCK OF A053i: MARTINSBURG ammo: wo FLOYD G. ODOM, OWNER Phone 267-6141 MARTIN SBURG, W. VA. “MW()-_0.FO-0-()."O-0- a’-0-b.( l i physical facts. Weights. way. v how best to begin. 34:1-10 RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURNACE co, INC. RAN‘ SON, w. VA. JEFFERSON HARDWARE 00.. iINC. CHAS RLES TOWN ,Esso SERVICE CENTER J. EDWARD MAGAHA APPLIANCE CENTER Copyright 1969 Kettle? Advertitinp Service, Inc., Swahili-g, Va. RAN SON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725.5621.Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-7072 —- 725—7071 SHEBWlN-WILLIAMS PAINT Phone 725-2245 - Charles Town McClure B. Willingham, Owner Phone 725-9904 Charles Town ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR N. George St. - Phonew725-5516 God has a way of teaching spiritual truths through Tom used to have trouble lifting his mother’s shop- ping bag— not any more! That smile on his face isn’t triumph-41:39 confidenca. Given a few weeks, Tom will be lifting even heavier The first time you try to lift someone’s burden, it’s an awkward effort. Until you discover that physi- cal development and spiritual growth work the same Only practice makes one a friend, a helper, a parta net to others in their troubles . . and, incidentally, better able to beat your own. Every Sunday that open church-door is an invita- tion to you to discover what needs to be lifted o u and 40:1-38 9:15-23 10:33 11" This Series of Messages 13 Made Possible 13y The Following Charles Town and Jeffersw” Firms Who Recognize the Value and Service of the‘Churches of Our Community.i ‘7 COMMUNITY on. 00., INC. CITGO SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Mar- tinsburg, W. Va. - Leesburg. Va. - Shepherdstown, W. Va. J. C. PENNEY CO. “Always First Quality” Charles Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRI'l'l‘S, INC. PHILCO DEALER Phone 725.5511 - Charles Town The MELVIN T. STRIDER C0. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Phone 725-7068 Charles Town SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Phone 87604608hepherdstown KABLE OIL 00., INC. E’SSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725-7510 Charles Town SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooop. Inc. HANSON. W. VA, Come in today ulection of national Ages Monuments. your moth and budm smmuwunmmaw Exodus ‘Exodus Numbers Numbers Number: Number: Ac” 1. 11:16-30 12:1-16 7:17-41 mdsuoureom famous anion!” 109 West John S HARRY W. WEST END G Charles Town. W Phone Phone 7257037 a». C I