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o sERvE IT B* A ENDINO THE YOUR ~= .... ~ the New Testament has no way o I eph R. Staley, Superi tendent. [ SPIRIT OF JLFFERSON FARMESS C~ ~ ~ distinguishing betwea~ "evil" and rilE WEATHER AND OTHER .... ]'he Name Droppers [Junior Luther League meets atI U~ .' ~,g-~'] ~ ~ /////~ "the evil one"--that i.~+ "~atan. So ]the parsonage at 6:30 p. m.; Sen-1 4--B ---- TH : ! t, I {][J] I[/tJ~/~ wehave toask: Didour l~ordpray CHESIHUT HiL ; IT'S Sermon For tuiherans lior Luther League meets at the Jthe parsonage. The 7th Infantry Fay !~?!~!7~~ Iparsonage at 7:30 p. m. Wednes- ' I day, Brownie Scout Troop at 4:00 I-- ---- ---- ision is one of two hi:;h: ID~ ~i~r,~n~,~ D C|~s U.S. Army combat Iiw M,.~ ~=,,.,,i~ P=o,-! The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pus. ]p. m. Lenten Vespers, Wednesday II TI. ~ g ~; tA; ~HI which have remained ~-., .......... 6 ...... tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur- lat 7:30 p. m. with sermon on IL, ,~ o, since the Korean war ' NorthCh' cornerMildred,Of SeventhRanson,AvenUeannoun.and ]Romans 8. Thursday, Den 2 of [~0W ~ervma In Korea the United Nations for Changeable Weather recently with the latters daugh+ ~,+ vr~. **,,~ ~.n... ~ .... h~,+ I Cub Scout Pack 39 at 4:00 p. m. I ~ taining a shield of d One week ago this Monday mor ter and family Mr. and Mrs. How ~,~ :'~':'~,~",Ji,,~:~,':"~,,"~s,'~::" iFriday' Junior Choir practice at I 7th Inf. Div. Korea (AHTNC)- gainst aggression. ning bright sunshine and a real ard Wilt. e~h~l.q" Th~'.~i~" ~'~'l."~'~"m": 14:00 p. m. Meeting of parents and I Army Pvt. Clarence D. Sims, 20, Sims, a mechanic in spring day until about 4 p. m. the ~rs. Annie Wilt was a visitor I ::;,~,,-",,~7~U'~,~::,,'~'~,~,,=:~,:~,,' Sat rda " + ..................... -~,-~m, .... [leaders interested in Cub Scout [son of Mrs. Alberta L. Siford, Mar ion's 7th Replacement S . , " ' ,' . It is a shame to argue about skies were becoming very cloudy .. u y w~th her mother Mrs. Nurserv held during, wnr~bin I Pack 39 at the church Friday at I tinsburg, W. Va. recently arrived tered the Army in June o i ~,wa trona high margaret Ott oz ~aurreii rlill mrs, _ _ - ..... o. ::r. I r,, u|, g~=, I this great prayer of Christ, but it and full w n~, s s o o , i ~unaay unurcn ~cnoo~ anu me 17:30 p. m. Confirmation Class fin Korea and is now serving with was last stationed at + Ott who has been confmd to her , | r~[ II1~ ~w~ I is a fact that this simple request, winds and downpour of rain, I, Pastor s Class at 9"45 a m," Jos Imeets Saturday at 11:00 a. m. at the 7th Intantry Diviszon. Va. some limbs were broken off bedroom for quite some time is! ' I _____ I "that they may all be one," has shade trees and roofs from small able now to be downstairs. Her l | In ........... zor ~rcn ~, ~tmt I had many meanings put on it. The bu d g to . y - .. ..... I I least this can mean is twofold: il in rn off Tuesda morn condition remains about as usual " (1) that all the members of a mg some clouds and around noon ~es~ wmnes zor a speeuy recov- WHAT ONE of us needs, an- Christian congregation shall be ~right sunshine and a very ni~e ery+: other does not. In a worship )Re in heart; (2) that every lndi- evening. Wednesday morning lvir. Leftrzdge Staubs of Falls PIRIT ) eervice in the church, the minister idual Christian shall feel in his rain and continued throughout Church, Va. spent the weekend cannot offer the same particular prayere which any one person present might rightfully pray; for the circumstances vary from per- son to person. Nevertheless a minister may of- fer prayers which every one there may take to heart. So it was with the great prayer of ,Christ written down in John 17. This was a prayer for all be- lievers, "for his Dr. Foreman f own." Wherever a Christian live." whatever his needs, these thin~ at lwt are Christ's will for hin If we want these things too, w may be sure we are desiring th will of God, prayi~4~ in tim ham of Christ. Joy This prayer is full of requests, ~yet it is far from a "gimme" prayer. The reader may profitably sit dow~ and think what makes : this different from so many of our request-prayers. Meanwhile we can high light for a moment four gift~ Jesus asks from his Father for those who have been "given him." One is joy. This is common- place enough, by the sound of it. Who does wish to be happy, who does riot pray for happiness for his friends ? Yet this is different from ordinary happiness. "That they may have my Joy fulfilled in themselves," Jesus prays. This is not commonplace. The reader is invited to think it out. What is the difference between ordinary hap- piness and the kind of joy that we caq think of u characteristic of Christ ? "Keep Them From The Evil One" We wish we had the actual Words Jesus prayed in; probably Aramaic. The Greek language of ~eart, and practice in his life, a Christian brotherliness and har- mony with all other Christians+ Now that is so simple that it sounds like a truism, that is something so obvious that & foc might have thought of it. Bu whatever it may sound like, Jesu never said anything more difficul The mere fast that he prayed f+ unity of this kind shows that cannot be achieved without God help. How easy it is to be i harmony with people just like u: How hard it is to feel any ha~ mony with p~ople who are diffe: ent! But that is Just what unit. calls for. "That Thsy May Be With Me" Evangelists talk of decidin: for Christ. That is the right wa to start. But times come when w are called on to decide wit Christ. The great and perhal~ most searching question to b asked o~ Christians is: Are yot with Christ ? He prayed for that: do you ? But most students of the Gospels believe Jesus was thinking Mso---or perhaps chiefly, for he was facing death--of the life be- yond this life. It is putting the ~mphasis somewhere besides the ~enter when we talk of heaven :rid hell. The question for this life oes into the next too: Are you rlth him ? To be with him is what ~eaven is; to be without him is vhat hell means. Every morning and every wak- "ng hour, the Christian may well ask himself: Is the way I am ~p~di~ this hour a way that brings me closer to my Master or it going to make him strange to me ? (Based on outlines copyrighted by the Division of Christian Edueation. National Council of the Cl~arches of Christ in the U. S. A. ReleaseO by Community Press Service.) GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY SOUTH GEORGE STREET RANSON, W. VA. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1961 BEGINNING AT 7:00 O'CLOCK P. M. Below is A Partial Listing of Mer- chandise For Sale This Week: Antique Marble Top Coffee Table, Cherry Drop Leaf Table, Arm Chair, (Old); Electric Ironer, Re- frigerators, Electric Stove, Dianette Sets, Magazine Rack, Wash Stand, Clocks, Dishes, Portable Air Com- pressor, McCuUough Chain Saw, Skill Saw, 2 I. H. C. Milker Units, 2 Strainers, and A Lot of Other Articles that are not mentioned. SALE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. For Information and Consignments Call Town, W. Va. 7-R. TERMS :---CASH. Charles H. AND R. COMMISSION H. CLAI THARPE, Adctioneer. Mar h 16- it. AUCTION III I I II IIII Having Sold My Home amt moving to a smaller house, I wiU sell the Following Personal Property at my home, located in KemmeysviUe, W. Va., on SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1961 BEGINNING AT l:0O O'CLOCK P.M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Duncan Phyfe Dining Room Suite (8 piece), practically new); Marble Top Walnut Sideboard. Coffee Table, 4-Piece Bedroom Suite with Innersprtng Mattress; 3-Piece Bedroom Suite with Innerspring Mattress; 8 Drawer Dresser with Mirror; High Chair, Metal Wardrobe, Radio, Lamps, Stands, Odd Ch~tr~s, Lamps, Kitchen Range, Bicycle, lron Butchering Kettle, Jack Stove, Some Dishes, Cooking Utensils. Quantity of Glass Jars and Other Articles that are far too numer- out to mention. TERMS :--CASH, ZACK T. FLEMING MILLER, Auctioneer, FURR, Clerk. ,"~t"~+~+ '+:: ~+~',~ +~, ~i~ ~ ~he day turning colder in the night and to our surprise on Ttmrsday morning the shrubbery was beautifully decorated and fence post wearing small white caps after the sun came out the they soon disappeared. Friday some cloudy and very high winds and cold temperature in the mor nmg 20 quite a change after a ~oucn of spring time. Saturday not so cold and sunshine. Sunday a real spring day. Route 9 had its share of traffic, folks taking ad- vantage of spring like weather. Entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Runion en- tertained Sunday at their home in honor of their twin daughters Mrs. Alma Hardy and Mrs. Elma West on their thirty second birth- day and also their daughter-in- zaw Mrs. Elizabeth Rumon's bir- ~nday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Richard West and three cmzdren of Pureellville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Runion and family, Mr. John Runion Jr. of Front Royal, Va., Miss Anna Francis ~tumon and Mr. Paul Runion, Lin da Painter and Dale Runion. The honored guests received a num- oer of nice and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Church spent the weekend at their ranch home along the ~lue Ridge Mountains. Mrs. Rachel Grove is a medical patient in Charles Town General Hospital in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith of Falls Church, Va. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hey ~onen at their ranch home at tlue Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and grandson Dale and Mr. and Mrs. guy Runion and family motored to Mt. Jackson, Va. Sunday and were guests with the formers mo- ther Mrs. Lula Runion and Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Boyce. Mr. and Mrs. James Long and little daughter of Charles Town were vimtors Wednesday even- zng with Mr. and Mrs. John Run- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Garza of Fails Church, Va. spent the week end at the farm. Mrs. John Runion, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Runion were visitors Sunday with the formers brother and fam ily Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller of Quicksburg, Va. and also visited wth another brother Mr. G. W. Miller and family of New Market, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Richard West and family of Purcellville, Va. were supper guests Thursday evening with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. John Runion. Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Wilt of Lodi, N. J. came in Friday and spent the weekend with the for- mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Hum- phrey Wilt and sisters Arbutus and Antiorinette. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ricker and daughter Norton Jan of Ranson were visitors Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr. Paul Wilt of Charles Town was a visitor Friday night with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Humph- rey Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LaRue, dan ghter Connie and son Lonnie of Mannings were Saturday night ]visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Hum- Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and laughter Cindy were visitors Sat urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey. Wilt and daughters Arbutus and An- tionnette were visitors of Mrs. Thus. D. Ott Sunday. She is right sick again. Misses Antionnette and Arbut- us Wilt visited their sister Mrs. Claude Rickel and family on Sun day. Deferred From Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Church, Va. finally made the adventure to motor to their ranch home and see what condit- ion the surrounding of the ranch home were in since all this snow and zero weather. They spent Thursday night at the ranch home and found everything in fine condition. The driveway was some muddy but made the trip O. K. and well pleased with all the surroundings and said don't you know it looks like spring and one could [eel that wonderful fresh air frown the Blue Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. with his wife Mrs. Nettle Staubs and son Edwin. Mrs. Nettle McDonald of Pen- nsylvania spent the weekend with her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett. Motor To Washington Mrs. Frank Garrett, Mrs. Myrt- le Wilt, Mrs. Lillian Garret, Mr. Herman Garrett and Mr. Charles Garrett motored to Washington, D. C. Sunday to t~ home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Loy, Mrs. Loy is a daughter of Mrs. Frank Garrett She was taken suddenly with a hemmorage and called for the folks to come immediately. At this writing we have been unable to learn Mrs. Loy's condition. We trust she is better. Mr. Carl Hawk of Sykesville, Md. was a visitor Tuesday with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Loy of Washington, D. C. were visitors Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett. Mr. Gar- rett who has been handicapped the past two years due to a fall and breaking a hip and from cat aracts. He is able to get around from room to room with help of his walker. He has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk of Sy kesville weredinner guests Tues day with the formers sister MrS. Nettle Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Garza and family of Falls Church, Va. were luncheon guests Sunday evening wi[h Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. C. N. Hawk has returned home after two months of a won- derful vacation with his son attd family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk of Sykesville, Md. On Sick List Sorry to hear that Mr. Thur- man Hawk is on the sick list a- gain and under the doctors care. Best wishes Thurman for a speedy recovery. Mr. Howard Wilt and Mr. Floyd Wilt are taking advantage of this spring like weather and were busy finishing a home at Blue Ridge Acres due to the snow they were really handicapped from quite a great deal of their work. Mr. Jerry Grove, Charles Wilt and Gaylen Wilt after searching here and there for work were lucky and are now working near Falls Church, Va. Saturday evening supper guests with Mr. and Mrs. John Runion were ReG. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and Miss Nan Beamer of the Par age, Mr. John Runion Jr. of Front Royal, Ya., Miss Nancy,Lee Run- ion and Mrs. Alma Hardy of Chestnut Hill. Mr, and Mrs. Richard West and sons Wayne, Jinny and dau- ghter Nina Susan of l~rcellville, Va. were Saturday evening visi- tors with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and family. Mr. John Run~on Jr. of Front~ Royal, Va. spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and family. Birthday Dinner On Sunday, Feb. 26 a birthday dinner was held in honor of AI. ma Hardy and Elma West, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and for Mrs. Roy Runion Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. John Runion, Paul, Dale Anna, Frances, Linda Painter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Runion, sons Donnie, Johnny, Bobby and Nan- cy Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Richard West, sons Wayne, Jimmy and daughter Nina, Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and daughter Jewel and Helen, Alma, EIma and Elizabeth all received many use- ful and nice gifts. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING CHARLES TOWN GENERAL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION. The Annual b~eettng of the Charles Town C~eneral Hospital Associa~on ~rlll ~ held TueslSy, March 21st, 1961, at 7:30 P, M. i,n the ~v_khouser ~ndustries AU- , ditorium (opposite hospital), ~li- son West Virginia. We request that you ,be present at this meeting. However. if this is not possible, kindly ,sign the proxy which has ,been mailed to you and mail sam, o ~o the ~es~- dent of ~he Board or send it to the meeting with some pemon YUU se~COt~ALD E. FUSS, :':'::!:':!r!:i!!!~: Are men becoming Smaller than the clocks they watch? As we rush from plane to plane, city to city, appointment to appointment, are we shrinking rather than growing? For centuries men have gone forth from their hbmes to work, either by foot, ship, horseback' or in a jet that can cross a continent between lunch and dinner. Whether in the end it was "worth it" has always depended on" whether a man found time as the years went by for those things even more important than success---his family, his home, and his church. If the demands of your job---the pace of your life---have chained you to a clock that is getting bigger than you are, pause to remember: in any hu- man life there are only so many hours, none of which may be reclaimed once they've ticked by. Pause to realize, too, that it takes only a minute to pray, only an hour to go to church on Sunday--yet the benefits reaped from even such brief dedication to God can be eternal. I THE CHURCH FOR ALL . ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the buildins of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without s strong Church. neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are ~our sound reasons why' every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his 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 needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Book Chapter Verses Sunday Job 7 6-3 Monday Psalms 104 23-27 Tuesday Romans 2 9-11 Wednesday Psalms 1 1-6 Thursday Isaiah 55 6-7 Friday I Corinthians 1 25-31 Saturday Galatians 6 6-9 Oopyrlght 1961, Kei~ter Adv. Service, Strasburg, Va. THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW IN SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF THE COMMt NITY: WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIF~ Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Va, RANSON MACHINE WORKS PHONE 481 RANSON. W. VA. , | .,,,, , COMMUNITY OIL CO, INC. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. CXTZES SERVICE SUPERTANE GAB SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vii,. Phone ~41' Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W. Vs. - Leesburg, Vs. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN-W~B PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town. W. Va~ J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phony 578-W Charles Town, W. Vs~ J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 408 SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charl~ Town, - - - W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Clu~ries Town, W. Va. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 W. & R. SALES, INC.' CHARLES TOWN. W. VA. BOX 591 PHONE 113 MAGAHA APPLIANCE CENTER Industrial - Commercial Wiring Victor Re~rikeraUon Equipment N. George Street Phone 424 SHENANDOAH AIR CONDITIONING CO. HEATING--COOLING PRODUC~ Plumbing - 8heat Metal - Roofln~ Charles Town, W. Va. Phone ZSZ THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Cl/arles Town 162 - SUDLEY FUNERAL HOMB Shepherdstewn 2683 PITTS CHARLES THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" LEGGETT'S DEPT. STOIt] 'THE HOME OF BETTER VALU Charles Town, W. Via VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington street Charles Town, W.v" Phone" G006 IL S. CLOPPER, JR. Insuranee, Real Estate and 120 E. Washington St. Phone Charles Town, - - - W.