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Courtfiey and Paula Sue Kelican, nard Ott. He also visited his of Charles Town, motored to Start- aunt, Mrs. Wallace Ott, and little ley, Va., and spent the day with Miss Kelley Williams. i friends recently. Mr. Lester Moler spent Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gifft, day afternoon with his brother, of Halltown, are the proud parent Mr. Clarence Moler, of Bakerton. of a son born in the Charles Town Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell General Hospital on March 25. It and daughter, Judy, Iinda Anne, is their first child. Mrs. Irving Gray and son, Rob- "WHAT ARE YOU TRYING Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy bie, were in Winchester, Vs., on TO DO" SERMON SUNDAY was a recent visitor of Mrs. Me- Thursday, Linda Anne and Rob- AT LUTHERAN CHURCH Aboy's brother and, hie for their monthly checkup, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Courtney and and Judy had an optical appoint- "What Are You Trying To Do", family, of Harpers Ferry. ment. will be the sermon subject for Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Wed- Mrs. David Penwell visited Mrs. the 8:30 and 11 a. m. Worship nesday with her son-in-law and Tony Chiccherchi, of Charles services at St. Thomas Lutheran daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Town, Thursday evening. Church, Ranson, Sunday morning Anders and son, Timothy, of Ran- Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Mrs. Wil- March 13, it was announced Mon son. :liam Honk and Mrs. Bernard Ott day by the Rev. Richard E. Neal Mrs. William Woodward, of attended the first of the series of Pastor. Bakerton, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, of Lenton services in the Charles Nursery held durTng worship Halltown, Mrs. Oral Hughes, of Town Episcopal Church Thursday for children. Sunday Kabletown, and Mrs. Helen Bow- evening; also the reception in Church School at 9:45 a. m. for ers, of Charles Town, attended honor of the guest speaker, the adults, young men and women, an Avon meeting at the Shenan- Rev. and Mrs. H. Coleman Mc. and children; James E. Brand, doah Hotel in Martinsburg, on Gehie Superintendent. Meeting of par- Monday afternoon. I Mrs: Ellis Williams and son, ents of 10th, llth, and 12th grade- Mr. Lester Moler spent Wed-[ Donald, of Ranson, visited her rs at the parsonage at 2:00 p .m. nesday afternoon with his sister, and daughter, Mr. and ~:e~ior Luther League meets at Mrs. Daisy Moler, of near Charles Mrs. Wallace Ott and family. t p. m. at me parsonage at Town Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell 6:30 p. m. Lenten Vespers .onI Mrs. William Honk and Miss' and family, and Timmy Muse vis- Wednesday at 7!30 p: m: Chlld-lDorothy Bowers accompanied Mr. ited Mr. Penwell's father, Mr. ren s cnosr pracuve at a:oo p. m. ~and Mrs Elmer Wright, to Win- Newton Penwell, of Ranson, re- on Friday. Catechism classes l oh~gto~- Va W~lnogdnx7 mnrninc~ cently. meet at the parsonage on Sat-Iw'~ere'~he iatter"~a~'~vo"oVpt'-ic'a~ Mrs. Rose Courtney and Mrs. urday at 9:00, 10:00, and ll:001appointments with Dr William Barbara Writt and daughter, of a.m. I McGuire " [Ranson, was a supper guest of ----------- I .. " ............ I Mr and Mrs Marshall McAcoy : -- . :: [ _~ars r~amanlel ~ray spen~ " " [Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.avndn/2n Marshall, Jr., Thursday [Joseph Milton, of near Charles g" MA||T~W _ I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges and B|IMtLa-B~ 11 |t [Town. - ............ I sons, Ricky and Sonny, of Charles ~r ann Mrs ~lllS wnuams, T n D v Mrs. Bernard Ott _ . . ow , visited Mr and Mrs. a id dr, was a supper gues~ of Mr ann p ". ~~ :~-- ~ Mrs Wallace Ott and family onl enwell and family, Friday eve- . nmg Mrs. Marshall McAboy, of Hall- Wednesday. I Mrs Kenneth Bn~,a , R ..... town, Mrs. Eddie Ahalt, Mrs. Bes- Master Timothy Anders of Ran-I was--a'recent dinne~,~uest'*of'~l~r' sic Ahalt and Mrs. Rose Courtney, son spent Thursday with his t and Mrs Marshall McAhav an~ all of Ranson, and Misses Jean grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-lson' Marshall, Jr .... I Mrs. Wallace ()tt and children, Intending to discontinue farming, I will sell the following on Glen Dale Farm soeated 3~ miles south of Shepherdstown, W. Va., 2 miles north of Shenandoah Junction, W .Va. on the Ridge Road. TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1966 Beginning 11:00 A. M. 32--HEAD DAIRY CATTLE--32 16 Brown Swiss cows,' full flow of milk and milking; 6 Hob stein cows, full flow of milk and milking; Holstein cows, will freshen in April; Brown Swiss cow, will freshen in April; Brown Swiss cow, will freshen by sale day; 2 Brown Swiss cows, dry; 3 Brown Swiss Heifers, 9 to 18 months old; Brown Swiss Heifer, 5 mos. old; Holstein-Brown Swiss cross heifer, 5 mos. old. T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual Health Certificates will be given. FARM MACHINERY, Etc. 1956 Ford 950 tractor; 1956 Ford 860 tractor; Ford mounted 1 row corn picker; Ford hay baler P. T. O.; Ford 7 ft. mower; 2 Oliver 2-14 in. bottom plows trip back; Ferguson side rake~ 3 pt. hitch; Fergnson cultivators; N. H. 110 bu. manure spread. or; King Wyse 32 ft. elevator; John Deers corn planter with fertilizer attach.; MeD grain drill; Ford hd manure loader, snow blade, rear mounted blade; N. H. ensilage blower with 40 ft. of pipe; Grove wagon with bed; M. H. wagon with bed; McD. 7 ft. disc harrow; single roller pulverizer; McD. 12 can milk cooler; McD. milker pump and 3 units; 20 milk cans; strainer; buckets and other articles too numerous to mention. FEED--300 bales Alfalfa and orchard grass hay.; approx, 15 ton silage. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for, EDWARD (Ned) MORROW, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk DAVID A. LINK Not Responsible For Accidents On Premises. March 10 Jt- Ralph Horst and Russ Kehr, Aucts. Harshmau, Raffsnider, Gossert, Clerks OF TRACTOR & FARM EQUIPMENT We will sell at our machinery lot, 16 miles west of Mercers- burg, Franklin Co., Pa., 11 miles south of Rt. 16 and 7 miles north of Md. St. 40 along Rt.* 456 at Sylvan, Pa. on: FRIDAY, MARC 18, 1966 SALE AT 11:00 A. M. 16 TRACTORS- EQUIPMENT Farmall Super M, M, H's, C's, Super C's with fast hitch, plows. Cult's, mower and corn planter for fast hitch; Farmall A with plow and cult's.; Cub with plow and cult's, Cub mower and disc, fast hitch Cub plow; cult's for H, M, C; 640 Ford, 2-9N Fords, Ferguson 30; Ford cultivators and plows; Massey Harris 44-6; SC Case with eagle hitch, plow and cult's.; Oliver HG electra; F 14, Sauder loader for Ford, Int. No.'31 loader, No. 20 loader for Int. 340 Cult's. for 340; front end cult's, for Massey Harris 50; 3 point ,hitch blade~, Cub fast hitch blade; Int. 300 utility, 1963 Char. series 50 truck, 26,000 miles, 14 ft. van body with hydraulic tail gate. Balers- Harvesters- Machinery New Holland self-propelled baler, N. H. 68 and Int. 46 balers, Int. 20 C harvester with 3 heads, Int. No. 15 with corn head, N. H. 33 flail chopper, Bready hay conditioner, J. D. flutter, J. D. No. 5 mower, $. D. 3 pt. rake, N. H. rake, Int. No. 15 rake, Oliver trip back plows, 3 pt. and trailer type; Int. and $. D. plows, 3 soetion harrow, Int. 7 ft. disc, 8 ft. BrHlion packer- seeder, New Idea 3 pt, rotary cutter, new; Int. No. 2 blower, 16 ft. grain auger with motor, Danuser 3 pt. post hole digger, Int. No. 150 spreader, Int. No. 100 spreader, J. D. H spreader, Int. 13 x 7 and $. D. 13 x 7 drills on rubber, Int. 240 and $. D. 290 corn planters, fields sprayers, Me-Peering and Case wagons with false endgateL Snaweo 85 bushel grain conveyor, tractor ~ns, Surge water heater, milker units, and ~sual run of small arUeles. Few items may be sold and others mlded by sale day. John Deers No. 8 harv ter. TERMS--CASH: LUNCH AT SALE John W. & J. C. McCulloh March 10.1t-Pal. Mereersburg. Pa., R. ~, Owners Sharon, Michael, Larry and Ste- phen, of Halltown, and Mrs. Ellis Williams and son, Donald, of Ran- son, shopped in Martinsburg Sat- urday afternoon. Mr. Kenneth Anders and daughter, Terry, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott Saturday eve- ning. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Mrs. Da- vid Penwell and daughters, Jeanne and Linda Anne, of Hall- town, and Mrs. Ramon Gray, of Shepherdstown, attended a Ben Line fashion show at the home of Mrs. Joseph Ranalli, on Saturday evening in Millville. During the morning worship service at the Halltown Presbyte- rian Church the electric organ was dedicated. It was given by Mr. Lester Moler in memory of his wife, Mrs. Bettie V. Moler. At this service Mr. Randolph Crites was received in the church by baptismal, and the infant daugh- ters of Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- we!l and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crites were baptized, Linda Anne Penwell and Toni Sue Crites. 'Mrs, Nathanie] Gray visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davidson Sunday Hospital Auxiliary Town. Sharon Ott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott, participat- ed in the Juliette Lowe program and tea in the Woman's Club- house at Harpers Ferry Sunday afternoon. The theme was Inter- Memorial Fund Has Received More Gifts The memorial fund of the Jeff- erson County Hospital Auxiliary has received the recent memorial gifts. They are as follows: In memory of Miss Elsie Mur- phy from Henry Weller and F. Yourself And.. Jemnings Weller. LeuonforMarehlJ, 19GG In memory of Mrs. Kenner Ephes;ons 4:25-32; I Peter 4u~'ll J~Jm.b4~ I~vollenel Itsed~ Romem 12~-21, We renlly didn't need thepop~ lation explosion to rub it into out heads that there are a lot more people in this world than we ca~ very well manage to live with. Still it's our business to live so far as it lies in us, to live at peace 'with all men. Ou~ Christian duty and our Christ. Inn business, that is. People who are not Christians have the same duty to others, only they don't adrnlt it. Dr. Foreman One of these modern pagans wrote: "The world is my orange and I intend to squeeze it." Another one, the famous playwright Sartre, said something to this effect: Hell is the existence of othex people. Every other person besides your- self is a threat to you, personally. He lessens your available good, fame, pleasure. The more he or they get out of the world the less there is left for you. afternoon and visitors of Mrs. thyself. We must add: 'the Jew ray at her home later were her also, for the very commandment son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I of love is one we find in the Old Mrs. Eddie Moler, of Charles Testamentftrst(LevtticusI9:18). national Friendship. This was a program composed of the Brown- ies, Juniors, and Cadettes. Sha- ron is an active Cadette. After the program tea and refresh- ments were served. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy were Mr. and Mrs. Ddvid McAboy, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mc- Kee and children, Karla and lit- tle Henry, of Ranson on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAboy and son, Jeffrey, of Dargan, Md., vis- ited later in the evening. Supper Guests Mrs. Winerd Bowers had as her Others It t~ obvious that we cannot live in this world-and never could have lived in it-without thinking about other people, some way or other. That is why any form of religion which puts it into purely personal, singular, individual terms, ignores the basic facts of Ills. Religion has a theoretical side-what we believe; R also has a practical side-what we do, or ought to do. The Christian reli- gion in particular is not a ~ftight of the Alone to the Alone;" it is much more than what man does with his solRariness. It is the practical answer to the question, ~What do you put after Yourself and... ?~ Yourself and God, of course. But that is another story. After God, who else? Others, of course. You can't shut your eyes to them. But what to do about others? Is there a difference be- tween a Christian and an un- Christian way of looking at, thinking about and dealing with people? There certalnly is. The Christian and only the Christian 'takes seriously the divine Com- mandment, Love thy neighbor as True love not sloppy This commandment Is quoted in the New Testament more often and more emphatically than any other. Jesus, Paul, Peter, James, John, - how different they all are! Yet every one of them headlines and insists on love as the first duty, the Christians allAncluslve duty to man. This can be mis- understood. ~Love~ - what is called by that name-is sometimes used by fuzzy-minded and mealy- mouthed people to mean some- thing as shapeless as a fog in a bog, as meaningless as the love- song of a sick bullfrog, as elusive as a wet ghost. Love, or what is called love, can be reduced to a nice word. Love as it comes to us on the airwaves to the accompa- niment of an electric guitar canbe nothing more than noise profan- ing the very love the crooner whines about. Real authentic take-no-substitute love for our neighbors (next door or around the world) is a solid unsentimen- tal thing. Love Is concern Love is active, self-sacrificing concern for the we]fare of those who are loved. Love of a manfor his country may be shown in honest tax return, or enlistment in the army, or helping reduce air polluUon, or electing intelligent congressmen. Love of a parsnt or teacher for students or their own children does not mean indulging them in monopolizing the tele- phone or the family car. Concern for the welfare of distant people- say in southeast Asia-may mean we have to keep on with a nasty war we did not want. Concern for the true welfare of others can take many forms. Chrblian ~, N~d~(mal Council of Ihe Chu~hN of Christ in the U. S. A, Rele~md by CqNml~Un~y Pr~ Servke.) WIFE INSURANCE Wives are valuable! Very ofte~ it is the husband alone who has adequate insurance protection, but what if the lady of the house is injured! Over 29,000 deaths and over 4 million disabling in- Eutsler from Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Riley. In memory of Miss Anna Loyd Baylor from Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Riley, Mrs. Stewart L. Wood- ward Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. William Butzner, Fredericksburg, Va. In memory of Mrs. Mable Kronk from Mrs. Wm. E. Stewart In memory of Mrs. Margaret Dermer from Mrs. J. W. Willis McKeesport, Pa. In memory of Mrs. Nile Barton from Mrs. J. W. Willis, McKees- port, Pa. WHERE In memory of Mr. Adam Link Sr., from Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cain, Jefferson Finance Inc., and Ranson Fruit Company. In memory of Mrs. Lee Young from Dr. and Mrs. Harry Langdon Mr. and Mrs. Max Brown. In memory of Mrs. Florence A. McVey from Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Porterfield. In memory of Mr. Charles M. Johnson from Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hann. In memory of Mr. T. Perry SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR.WERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAR('II 10, 1966 Craighill from Mr. Thornton T. Perry. Any one wishing Io make a conlribution to this Fund in Mere ory of a relative or friend may e]o so by sending contribution to Mrs. Sterling Tenney Memorial Treasurer Box 574, Charles Town W. Va. KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725.7510 Charles Town, W. Vs. SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative, Inc. BANSON, W. V A. TO SELL IT -- BUY IT ADVERTISE IT IN THE SPIRIT - ADVOCATE J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 72&MII H. S. CLOPPER,EsTeR" ATE INSURANCE, REAL AND BONDS Hill.Dale Shopping Center Phone 725.7081 Charles Town, W. Vs. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. BHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725.2245 Charles Town, W. Vs. HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. RAN ON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE - 725-7072 -- 725.7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME 8hep wn _. Phone 876-26 LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "YIIE HOME of BETTER VALUES" Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martlnsburg, W. Vs. - Leeslmrg, Vs. Shepherdstown, W. Vs. RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 72~f~21 Ransen, W. V~. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. - Phone 725.MI$ WESTERN Atrm ASSOCIATE STORE J. E. SENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. Vs. question,s concerning the Bond Issue. After the business had been concluded, Mrs. Robert Whitmore, and Mrs. Harley Pot- ter, hostesses, served cake, punch, coffee, nuts and mints. Mrs. Raymond Crum, of Ran- son, visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyce Rickard, Charles Town, Sunday night. Sharon and Sheila Ambrose, Shepherdstown, spent Tuesday with their grandmother, Mrs. George Ambrose. Mr. Harley Potter canvased the neighborhood last Sunday in the interests of the. Boy Scouts. . This project is sponsored by the Ruritans. ,member of the Board of Educa- tion, was on hand to answer juries last year were due to home accidents. Here's low-cost personal acci- dent insurance for the valuable housewife that pays for virtually any accident. Apply for this 24 hour accident protection coverage now! Write to The Registrar Agent, Wash- ington National Insurance Co., Pittsburg Post-Gazette, Reader -- Insurance Dept., Box 957, Pitts- burg, Pa. 15230. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 725-2921 Eharles Town, W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MeCLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner Phone 72&9904 Charles Town, W. Vs. THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEK. Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg, Va. Copyright 1966 Keister FUNERAL HOME CHAS. J. W. SMITH Funeral Director 304 West Washington St. Phone 725-5321 - Day - Night llll questions are devastatingly funny, some- times deadly serious; but always important. Harry and I may chuckle over them, but we never forget that these queries reflect Mary Anne's increasing awareness of the world about her. We know that our "answers and attitudes are an important ]?art of her development. Another influential portion of ary Anne's growth, we feel, has been her regular attendance at Church School. There, Mary Anne's experiences with other children have been related to God's plan. The tiny kitchen or play garage in the skilled teacher's capable hands becomes the train- ing ground for Christian behavior. How glad we are that our church is well equipped to guide our child in her religious growth. Attend your church. Take advantage of the inspiration and knowledge it is eager to share with you and your children. DO THE GO, MOMMY? The big brown eyes are thoughtful, the small face earnest as Mary Anne considers the universe. Sometimes our pint-sized inquisitor's ~'our Hearing Deserves The Best SONOTONI Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, 733 South Potomac Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mrs. Harry Williams, Hagers- town, and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Mesner, Berkeley Springs, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Ambrose on Sunday. The P.T.A. met last Tuesday night with Mr. John Cooper, County Health Officer, as guest speaker. Mr. Lowell Hetzel dren, Carolyn, Jeffrey, and Mark, of Glen Burnie, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bowers and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe, of Charles Town, "and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and children, Karen, Timmy, and Ken- ny, of Halltown. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott visit- ed Mrs. Ott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams and son, Don- ald, of Ranson, on Sunday evening. supper guests on Sunday evening, Mrs. Douglas Bowers and chil- Lippitt from Mrs. T. Perry Lippitt Douglaston, N. Y. Mrs. Betty Stanley from Mrs. Della D. Dunn Martinsburg, W. Va. In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Eben P. Trussell from Mrs. Jess- ica T. Brokaw. In memory of Mr. Pete Kelleen Falls Church, Vs. from Mr. Roy Steeley. In memory of Mr. Douglas Vic- ent, Barnabas, W. Va. from Nur- sing Personnel of Charles Town General Hospital. Paul D. Silliman Terre Haute !Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Bernarde Barr, and Ranson Fruit Co., Inc. In memory of Miss Anna Price SHITH MEMORIAL GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate