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P Revival Services To Be Held For Two+ Weeks At Hurrill Hill Church A series of Revival services will begin at the Murrill Hill Methodist Church, Sunday, March 20 and they will continue for a period of two weeks. The Rev. C. W. Lloyd, pastor Mid the services will begin at 7:30 each week-day night and at 7 p. m. on Sundays. The public is invited to attend any or all of the services. , mrton To : Be S er For lval 4 s m m q Services Miilville Church The Millville Pencostal Church will begin Revival Services Friday night March 18th at 7:30 P. M. The speaker will be Roy. Ralph Morton, Breeswood, Pa. The pub- lic is cordially invited to attend. " PR-SchoolEnrollment t. ! To Be Held At Wright i Denny School March 2S Friday, March 25, is the date that has been set for enrolling all boys and girls who will be , entering the first grade at Wright Denny School in Charles & ,t tt tt l L 'i:e Members of the Shepherd,town given the Shepherdstown people I Council have filed a complaint for this insurance rate increaseI with the West Virginia Public was the "inadequate water pros-, sure," storage space for water Service Commission charging that for fire-fighting needs and the Utilities, Inc., owners and op~ra- low volume of water available. i tors of the system which provides The Shepherdstown official water facilities for Shepherd~ said also that there have been town, is not providing adequate "numerous" complaints from dam water service, estic water users about the lack Shepherdstown's Mayor Elaren- of pressure and volume. ce Wright, said there is a general He said "deteriorated l!,nes and feeling among Shepherdstown re, the age of water mains' is the idents that Utilities, Inc., has main cause of Shepherdstown not fulfilled it s proposals to pro- water problems. vide adequate work for the c0m- Utilities, Inc., under the direct- munity. He pointed out that fire ion of L. D. Schmidt, took over insurance rates for residents of operation of the local water de- the town were increased last Nov partment in May, 1962, according ember, going from Class 8 to a to the mayor. Class 9 rating, and this increase Prior to" that time the water has in many instances doubled department was run by the Poto- the insurance rates. The reasons mac Edison. Town next Fall, it was announced Former PrincipalOf this week by Richard Adams, prin cipal. Enrollment will begin at 8:30 in St. Hflda's Hall is the morning and continue until 3; in the afternoon. I Professor Wisc0ns According to law children must b U be six years old before the 1st Dr. Elizabeth Brooke Black- day of November to be eligible burn. a former principal of St. for enrollment. A birth certificate Hilda's Hall. has been promoted is required at the time of en- rollment as proof of age. If child to full~ professor of English at ren have had the required, immu- nization please bring record cards to verify same. Children are to be accompanied by parents or adults and not sent with older brothers or sisters in school. It is necessary that teach- ers obtain important information required by the school. Come to the office floor and someone will direct you to the proper room. Go To Church Sunday Intending to discontinue farming, I will ~11 the following on Glen Dale Farm soeated 3~ miles south of Sbepherdstown. W. Vs.. 2 miles north of Shenandoah Junction, W .Vs. on the Ridge Road. TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1 66 Beginning 11:00 A. M. Wisconsin State University. Plat teville, Wis. Dr Blackburn, who joined the WRU-P staff in 1964 earned her' academic deffrees from Vassar and John Hopkins University. She ba. also done raduate work at Oxford University, Enuland, and Middleway College, Vermont. Her teachinu experiences fn- cluded instructing at Mrs. Day's School New Haven, Conn.; at Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; at Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore and at Vassar College. She and her husband. George. were found ers and vrincipals of Brooke Hill School. Birmingham, Ala. The Blackburns were in Char- les Town guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Y. McDonald at their New Year's Eve party this year. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY SMITH MEMOMAL 32--HEAD DAIRY CATTY32 16 Brown Swiss cows. full tlow of milk and milking; 6 Hol- 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 tows. dry; 3 Brown Swiss Heifers, 9 to 18 months old; Brown Swiss Heifer, 5 sos. old; Holstein.Brown Swiss cross heifer, 5 mos. old. T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior TO sale. Individual Health Certiflcate~ will be given. FARM MACHINERY, Etc. 1956 Ford 950 tractor; 1956 Ford 860 tractor; Ford mounted 1 row torn 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.; Me]) 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. IL wago~ 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. _ PUNEI HOME CHAS. J. W. SMITH Funeral Director West Washington St. Phone 725-5321 - Day - Night I~11 III II I For Clean And FEED--300 bales Alfalfa sad orchard grass bay.; approx. 15 ton silage. TERMS--4 ASH: Nothing .tO be removed until settled for. EDWARD (Ned) MORROW, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk DAVID A. LINK Not Respo lble For Accidents On Premises. March 10-2t- Use Triple-Refined II And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 II I I I I II I "In every fteM there is one outstandlng value towhtch all others am compared. In memorials, that one is Rock of Ages, the only memodal guaranteed both to you end to the cemetery where it is erected. You get this exclusive Double Protection Guarantee only with mo- that b#ar this imel". TIME FOR A TUNE-UP Your Homeowners policy, llke your automobile, needs a periodic check-up to avoid breakdown. A breakdown of your insur- ance protection at time of disaster can be cats- strophic. But this can hap. pen if your policy is not kept up-to.date. Call us. H. S. CI PPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725.7081 Insurance, and Real Estate 109 WEffr JOHN fir. TELEPHONE 267-6141 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD G, ODOM, Owner )lfltlfltttioltl| LJttl~r m fJuday School LeJ~ono J Commitment ]Lemon for March 20, 1966 IIm4~e~ml f~rlplwe: Luke 9:23-20, 57-62; Ror~ns 12:1,2; Philippiat~s 2:5-]1; CoJo~sion, 2:20 fhrc~gh 3:4; Hebrews 12:1,2. DlvoSo~I leading: Phlllppions 3:7-14. A young man in college was in love (as his neighbors were not!) With his piccolo. By actual check, he spent about nineteen hours a day on that thing. Now you can't spend nineteen hours a day practicing on the piccolo and have much time left for anything else, such as studying. So the boy got a note from the De~m, an d the next thing we knew, he was out of college -- still Dr. Foreman playing that pic- colo. That's commitment; but not Christian commitment. Commitment means loyalty, devotion, dedication. But there are two or three vital differences between Christian devotion and the devotion of that piccolo artist. Piccolo-devotion is devotion to a thing and what can be done with it; Christian devotion or commit- merit is devotion to a person and what can tm done for Him. The other dlf~renee is that piccolo- devotion shuts out everything e|se, while Christian devotion is woven with everything else. Pie- cole-commitment is an occupa- tion making other occupations impossible. Christian commit- meat is more a style of life than an occupation. For example: Very few men would find it pos- sible to be at the same time a lawyer and a surgeon; but a man can if he chooses, be a good Christian and a good surgeon at the same time. No holidays There's stall another important difference between the committed Christian and the committed artist, technician, or professinnal man. The piccolo player can and need~ to take avacatlon~rom his music now and then; but the Christian ought not to, and need not, take a vacation from his Christianity. A Christian takes holidays, to be sure, the same as everybody else; but never a holl- +day from being a Christian. Re- ] g on is llke love, i~calis for ftdl- time devotion. No holidays. Part- time, half-hearted commitment is a contradiction in terms: that is, It can't be devotion and also be half-hearted. Loyal to whom? The Christian's loyalty is not something he turns on for certain times each day. It is something life-deep, life-long. It comes out, or fails to come out, in every sit- uation. The committed Christian lives Christianly, -- that is the what, thing in a nutshelL We take life's directions from Christ. His word is the last word. But the object of Christian commitment is not a set of ideas. It is loyalty, devotion to a Person first of all. Jesus made declarations about himself which were either true or the utterances of a blasphemous man gone quite mad. He elairaed an authority above that of any one in any power structure of the world. He claimed to knoW the mind of God and man, the right to show us the heart andtntention of the Almighty. He chimed the right to order his followers even unto death. He did not say, "If any man would follow me, let him." He said, "If any man would follow me, let him take up his own cross and follow me.+ Plainly, what he meant was: Fol-. lowing me may lead you to your death. It is He, such a man with such a claim, who demands "tha last full measure of devotion" from his followers. There are Chrktlans, still unaware fully of the greatne~ of the Master, who act timid and ashamed about taking orders from one so far away aS Jesua We need never be ashamed of total commitment to such a Master. He is our Lord, - n~rer and greater than we think. (h..d m m~nw mpvr~l t~ ~. m,t.t~ ~ Ch.ta,m rdw~m~ N,a~ ~ ~ t~ a~m d C~bI in he U. & A. Jhdemed by Cerement ~ Se~keJ The Father... doeth his works--(John 14:10) We often work too hard at bringing this to pass because we believe it is up to us, that ~the outcome is entirely de- pendent on our personal ef- forts. But Jesus said, "The Father abiding in me doeth his works." We need to work from a spiritual level, to work in the faith that God is with us. His power in us is mighty to do all things. SPIRIT O17 EI R ON FARMERS ADVOCATE [THURSDAY, MARCH--I z, 1966 it )el i Ira--ores may fi-"------~d that the heavier-----------~ments wer---'--'~ served~'~ " I their air gas vapors create quite[ __--------~.- -- an eXplosion The March Meeting of the Shep Shepherdstown Library buildingl "hil'r" " " ........ I Go To Church Sm herdstown Parents Teachersl and the present programs with[ .~ o].en are ot~en the vxcu.msI ot me nres causev oy overJoaaea Assocation held in the Shepherds the school children. New booksl electricial +irc i" `'~ -~..I town Elementary School Cafeteria are being added from time to l .. . c u~s. ruses.are t,?=I ~V~'T,~/Vff~~ ~ was a bus~/ one with Mrs Anna ltime. /sm.ew va!ves oz an eJectmc +cJr-I ---~.:;~ ~njan , ." cmL so oon't use a larger rose ~g~'/l'.l~ Strobr~dge of the Martmsburg[ Lee Morgan then introducedlthan the eirc-it ~11 ear M,t] __~ 51 rubli i r i " ' ................. c L b ary d scussmg GrowI John Cooper of the Jefferson Cou[ household circuits -r,~ wires t. [ . /~-~--~'~-~-~"~,--~ in g Up With Books. There wasI ty Health Department, Ernest] be nrotected b~ fiftee- a,~,,hor-| ~t".'.~~~a~--'~e on also a demonstration on Fire Pre-I Houser and Mike Pittinger of the/fuses ...... v .... / ~-~~~l~'~ ~-J~-'~son-il vention by Ernest Houser andI Jefferson County Volunteer Fire] Afier +~ .... +; .... ~.^.~./ \~.~-~K~/~,..~,~l~and Mike Pittinger of the Jefferson[ men's Association who spoke[ ~'~ ~"~""" ~ent County Volunteer Firemen sI about, and demonstrated various|~of~ Association and John Cooper of~ways ,the average person can bell F O R Y O U R a me Jezzerson uounty health De-|involved with fire as well as its/| ..- ,J ~, J. v ~ a~ ~rles partment. [prevention tl ~FAhY .Mff rAMrRl=l'~ Ml:l:h~ I.~++ President Lee Morgan called i Fires just do not happen. They/ I U;API " PlIA LUi~LFIE I i; IqEEi/~ k+;o++, the meeting to order and opened|are caused by three things. Men,|! HOT WATER Now ADDED by a prayer from Dean Bates. | women and,children, l I HUT WA'I'EH INUW ADDED ~lHo: Mrs. Evelyn Mason introduced/ Women who smoke and use]l CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR 78 Mrs: AnnaStrobridge, of the Mar'} hair spray may very easily be-iI VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA ~enan'( ~ins~urg vumic Liorary, WhO! come a living torch. Aerosals are[ I ................ " .... ~me t~ spoke of the various ways of inter[ dangerous and must be used with[I THORN LUMBER CX)MPANY ~,Wife esting children in books or chang[ care. Never around an open flame/ I ~,~ ~.,, ~o~ ,.,,,_, ,-,,.....,^~ ,,,..._ ing their reading habits ~ ..... .m .~,..~,..~o~,~ - ~m .~.o-.v~. - ~.~.c~ ~v~,,, men wno store petrmeum pro, Mrs. George Hunter presented ducts in glass bottles around]l Martmsburg Plant 267-8955 a brief history ofm tbe present| heaters or use them 'in closedI [] What a birthday present! Young Dan cart see all sorts of things vith that telescope that are invisible to the naked eye. The sky, vith its stars and its moon, seems so much closer. Yet, there is still so much that remains unseen. The best instruments man can make are insignificant when measured against the scope and depth of God's universe. That's wl~ere faith comes in. We know that there are other galaxies that can't be seen through even the most powerful of telescopes. And we know, too, that ]ai h, though invisible, is the greatest power of all. 7f ]aith is something that doesn't quite come across to you, the Church is the best place in the world to help you solve its mystery. If ]aith is already yours--what better way is there to reaffirm it than by going to church this Sunday? THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCI~ The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spirituaJ values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civili- zation can survive. There ar~ four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (l) 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 ~nd read your Bible dQily, Copyrifht 1966 Ke~ter Adt~,rffdng ~ero~, [n#., ~tms~Ur~, Wff. Sunday ~onday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday "f ~otthew Acts Romans Golotians Colossians I Timothy Hebrews 17:14-21 6:1-8 1:16-23 3:6-]4 1:15-20 1~ 11:23-28 + THESE+ FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEK. J. RUSSELL FRITrS, INC. PHIL(D DEALER Char Towa, W+ Va Phone SUPERTANE GAR RERVICE H. W. WAGELEY. INC. Dial Charles Tow W. Vs. KABLE OIL CO.. ES ) DISTRIBUTOR Irene Y -?610 Charles Town. W. Va SO m RN STA S Charlt Town Cooperative. Inc. kNSON, W. V A. ,11 ,, , , , rr--Bt Y IT ADVERTISE IT IN THE SPIRIT ADVOCATE The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Phone 876 6 3 ,,,, i,,i , ,,, , H. S. CLAPPER. JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill.Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7 1 Charles Town, W. VS. n . , u li JEPPERRON HARDWARE CO.. INC. 8mgRWIN. S PAINTS Phone 725-2545- Charles Town, W. Va HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD CO. ilALLTOWN, W. VA. i , , H i RAN.qON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. NSON W. v& FIIONE. T2S.70T$ -- 7S.7071 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE & E. SENSENEY, Otmer Charles Town, W. Va. LEGGE'I'r'S DEPT. STORE 'q['HE HOME of BETFER VALUES~ Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, W. V A. COMMIrNrPY OU, CO.. INC. CITIES SERVICE ClmHes Town. W. Va Martlnslmrg. W. Va. - Leeebm'g, Vs. Shepherdstown, W. Vs. RANSON MACHINE WORK, Phone 725-5821 Ranson. W. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE Notch George St. Phone