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"Hosanna" To Be Sermon For Lutherans Sunday; Wednesday Service 7:30 The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas-' for of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur oh, Ranson, has announced the .following schedule of services, other special events and Sunday and next week. Sunday, March 22, Palm Sunday-Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m.; l~obert Stone Superintendent. The Service at 11:00 a. m. wi,th sermon, "Hosan- na } ; children's sermon, "Holy Week"; new members will be re- ceived and Holy BaPtism will be ~dministered. Junior Luther Leag ue meets at the ohurch at 6:30 p. m. for monthly business meet- ing and game night. Senior Lu- age at 7:30 p. m.: tooic "Coke Break" by Bill Neal. Wednesday, the service of Public Confession at 7:30 p. m. wi~h sermon "Golgo- t,ha"; Senior Choir rehearsal after the service. Thursday, the Com- munion meditation and ~he Admin istration of the Holy Sacramen,t at 7:30 p. m. Good Friday Vesper at 7:30 p. m. ~-ith sermon "Words from the Cross". Powhatan School Begins Spring Vacation Friday The Powh~tan School begins its spring vacation this Friday at noon. The last term of the school arship Fund was, as usual, a great success. The school sincerely thanks all who contributed their ther League meets ~at the parson- services. Having rented our farm, we are Discontinuing Farming and Dairying where we have lived for more than 45 years located along the road leading from Old Rt. 40 toward Myersville about 3-redes West of Middletown {turn North at Dave Young's Ma- chinery Garage) in Frederick County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 BEGINNING AT 9:30 A. M.-TO-WIT: 94 -- HEAD DAIRY CATTLE -- 94 ~ty-~ine axe ~VlgK Cows el wllich aleut IO l~ave freshened since january 1st, and 12 more will be fresh or cruse spring- ers by sale date. Two Heifers due with first calf in fad. zz Heaa Open Heifers up to 18 months old; 10 Heifers about 6 months old; 1 Holstein Pure Bred BulL, Regmtered and about 15 months old. All of these Heifers are l~ome raised item my herd dams and all are calIhood vaccinated. Herd is T.B. and Bangs Accredited and test run within 30 days of sale. Individual health chaxts for each cow. Come and look this herd over any time. Farm Machinery & Dairy Equipment ~,l~orslll~-~c~ftllg ~lOUel Vlt is'actor With new ruooer; lVlct~orm~vK-Deermg ~uper C Tractor with cultivators and mower; New Holland ~,todel 77 l~lck-Up Baler ann Loauer at~acl~ment; Jonn Deere 17-disc power li~t rubber tire tractor drill, hke new; New Idea 4-bar side delivery rake; I~lcCormick- Deermg hquid manure spreader (2 years old); New Idea 4- wneei rubuer tire spreader; John Deere corn planter with ierti- llzer at~cl~ments; 2 low down Grove rubber tire wagons; McC-Deering corn binder, Smoker 26-ft. grain and bale ele- vator, Little Genius 2 bottom 12" plows, McC-Deering 28-disc harrow, 2 Saxten harrows, 2-row cuitipacker, Papec 16" en- silage cutter with pipe; springtooth harrow, Deilinger Ham- mermill, walking corn plows, horse drawn mower, 4-horse wagon and bed, old harness, hitchings, single and double shovel plows, 2-hole corn sheller, Century portable ll0-gallon sprayer, hillside hitch, tractor belts, large feed rack, set single harness, turkey house, lot small tools of all kinds; forks, shovels, scoops, etc. 4 Unit DeLaval Milkers complete;; milk cooler, dairy boiler, 15 good 10-gal. cans, dairy buckets, feed cart, clippers, (Tank rented with farm), other items. McCormick-Deering power wood saw, like new; Little Chief l-wheel Garden Tractor, in good condition. All Q~I~'l$~I-~r~~ ~ by, ~s~la time. HOUSN'HOLD GOODS TERMS:---CASH on Day of Sale. Not responsible for any accidents on premises. MR. & MRS. GUY P. WATERS MIDDLETOWN, MD. EM2Y/ERT R. BOWLUS & GLENN TROUT, Auctioneers. H. M. , ALEXANDER, Clerk. Luneh By Sunshine Class Middletown Lutheran S. S. March 19 and 26- 2t. I r IH Discontinuing Farming and Dairying, we will sell on tile "Three Springs Farm" along Route 15 about 3-miles South of Buckeystown and 9-miles South of Frederick. M&, on WEDNESDAY, MAl CH 25, 1959 BEGINNING AT 9:30 A. M. (PROMPT) TO-WIT: 86 -- HEAD DAIRY COWS HEIFERS, BULLS -- 86 Seventy-Six are Milk Cows of which 70 are Holsteins. and 6 Guernseys; 23 of these cows have freshened since January 1st this year and 10 more will be fresh or close springers by sale, balance will freshen thru remainder of year. This herd is young and mostly second or first calf cows, and in peak production. Eight Head Holstein Heifers bred to freshen with first calf in fall; 2 Holstein Bulls, 2-years old. The above cows and heifers axe calfhood vaccinated and herd is accredited on T.B and Bangs and test run within 30 days of 'sale. Individual health papers on each animal on day of sale. Come and look this herd over any time. I MARE PONY, 7-yrs" old, Also Saddle and Bridle. Farm Machinery 'and Dairy Equipment Oliver 77 Tractor, Oliver 70 Tractor, Red Belly Ford Tractor, swinging draw-b~', Ford plows, Ford cultivators, Ford tiller, Ford layoff plow, Ford 6-ft. roadside mower, New Holland Model 66 PTO h~y baler, New Holland PTO field chopper with corn and grass head attachments; New Holland silage blower and pipes; NH 7-ft. mower, NH 10O-bu. manure spread- er. John Deere corn planter with 3-pt. hitch; David Bradley side delivery rake, 2 DB rubber tire low down silage wagons, high sides, false end gates, rollers, unloader attachment with motor; 40-ft. endless belt, DB hammermill, Oliver 20-disc harrow, MM 28-disc harrow, Oliver cultivators for 77 or 70 tractor; Oliver 3-section lever harrow, Smoker 26-ft. eleva- tor, McC-D 2 bottom 12" tractor plows. MM 2 bottom 14-inch plows, Century field sprayer complete with two 55-gal. drums; 125-ft, hose for cattle spraying; Ontario disc 13x7 drill, Huskl garden tractor and attachments; anvil, fencers, metal posts, small tools, forks, shovels, scoops, log chains, etc. Haverly 4OO.gaL Milk Tank, only 2-years old; sterilizer, double wash-up tanks, oil burner and dairy boiler with oil tank; DeLaval Milkers, 4 units, pump, motor, 340-ft. pipe line and 39 stall cocks; extra unit pail, 2 strainers, barn clock. Stewart elippers, ester clippers, 2 ensilage carts, 2 wheel- barrows on rubber. I953 GMC 3/4 TON PICK-UP TRUCK with Cattle Racks; 27 Bags Fertilizer, Mixed Clover and AlSalfa See& FEEDS:--Hay, Straw, Silage not fed by sale time. 24 WHITE LEGHORN LAYING HENS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS l0 Piece Mahogany Finish Dining Room Suite, 3 Piece Living Room Suite, NW White Enamel Coal or Wood Kitcheu Range, pot burner oil heater, new Rotisseri, 2 burner hot plate, kerosene single burner heater, studio couch, child's desk, coffee table and 4 end tables to match, lamps, staxfds, chairs, 3 dressers. Silvertone TV and antenna, 2 Radios. toys, dishes, dressing table and bench, vanity and bench, 2 medicine cabinets, 2 metal double beds, large Antique Ward- robe, cherry bed, old washstand, metal single bed, and many small items that are not listed. TERMS:---4~ASH on Day of Sale. MR. & MRS. C. GLENN JONES PHONE TRemont 4-3065 EMMERT R. B~W:LUS & DELBERT S. NULL, Auctioneers. H. M. ALEXANDER. Clerk. Lunch By Glade Valley Grange. March 19 - It. Billy Graham Crusade In Australia On Radio And TV Every Sunday One of our subscribers has call- ed to our atten,tion 'the Billy Gra- ham Crusade in Australia which is within our reach over the radio and television every Sunday. "I heard him last night at 10 to 10:30 his last service in Melbourne and feel very sorry I have missed so much because I had not found out how to ge~ thru all these thous- ands of miles away. No doubt there are others who would listen in if they knew but I have never seen i.t mentioned in your paper." "It comes over Hagerstown at 10 p. m. Sundays also at 2:30 Sun- day afternoons. Just a li,ttle not- ice might help somebody that is shut in and can't get to church." Shepherd Choir Will Present Easter Part Of "The Messiah" Sunday The Shepherd College Choir will present the Easter portion of The Messiah, by George Frederick Hart del on Sunday, March 22 at 6:15 i~m. in Reynolds Hall. The public invited to attend and there will be no admission charged for this musical event. The fifty-member chorus, under the direction of Professor Herbert Wildeboor of the Shepherd College music faculty will present nine of the most familiar choruses which tell of the cruel{ix]on and resur- rection of Jesus Christ. The chor- us will be accompanied by Miss Gwenn Knott, Shepherd junior from $hepherdstown and by Mr. Ernest King, Shepherd music ma- jor from Brunswick, Md. The group has been rehearsing through the week and on Thurs- day evening since the early part of January. Interested people .from the larger community area were invited to sing the choir at its evening rehearsal. Several Shepherd College stu- dents wil sing the various recita- tives and arises. These students, all voice pupils of Professor Wil- deboor, are: Deloris I-Ieffner, Char lea Town. music major; Dorothy Poisal, Martinsburg; Wilds Shiff- lett, Charles Town; Mah]on Stiles, Martinsburg; and William Patter- son, Paw Paw, music major, 20 From Jefferson County Among 5,925 Students At University Both Jefferson and Berkeley coun.ties are well represented at West Virginia University .this year with a total of 20 being enrolled from Jefferson county ,and 46 from Berkeley County. A total of 5,105 West Virginians, representing ~11 of ~he 55 coun- ties, are among the 5,925 students attending ~the University accord- ing to Registrar J. Everett Long. Also included in the enrollment are 782 out-of-state students and 38 from foreign countries. The number enrolled from each West Virginia county .follows: The out-of-state dee]got]on is led by Pennsylvapla, which has 544 students here. Others ure: Maryland, 63; Ohio, 38; New York 36; New Jersey, 34; Virginia, 33; Massachuset~ and District of Col umbia, 6 each; FIorida, 5; Connec ticuit, Illinois and North Carolina, 2 each; and one each from Color- ado, Indiana, ~ansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire New Mexico, Oklahoma, Sou~ Carolina and Wisconsin. Foreign countries represented are Canada, China, Colum, biu. Ec uador, Cuba. France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indon- esia, I ran, Korea; Lebanon and Turkey. Moler's Farm Club Hears About Japan The Moler's' Farm 'Woman's C.]ub met at the home of Mrs, But ler McDonald March 11. Mrs, Ev- elyn Hendricks conducted the de- votionals and "Ble~t Be The Tie That Binds" w~ts sung. The ~aour- teenth chapter of John was read and the Lord's Prayer said in un- ison. Mrs. J. G. Fu~ presided, min- utes of last meeting read and roll call with .fifteen members and two visitors present. Mrs. D. A. Tabler had the lesson' on Japan. She gave some import- ant ,facts about Japan. It .is the fifth largest nation in ~he world. Nearly half as la'rge as *the United States. The climate like our East ern Shore. A family lives on two acres of ground and raises enough for seeert ,People on the two acres. Two-thirds of the land covered with forests, In sports, wrestling, swimming and baseball are popul- ar. Shintoism state religion. Mrs. Tabler had on exhibit of dolls, yes es, sake cup, hose chopst~ks, ki- mona. pajamas and ice bowl. Also a large map in which children made and pictures of plans of Japan on the map. It was very in teresting. Committee reports were given and the ,point system of the coun- ty read and discussed. ' Mrs. Harry - Ashcreft delegate and Mrs. Ed~rard Vlckers attende~ to Jacksons WIill on A~pril 20-24. The meeting adjourned to meet .Miss Emma Osbourn April 8. "Recreation", a poem was read. Delicious refreshments were served by our hostess. No April Draft Quotas For Jefferson County Jefferson County will have nei- ther induction nor pre-induction quota for April it was disclosed here today by Mrs. Helen Glenn, local Board clerk after receiving a notice from State headquarters in Charleston. Read The SPIRZT.ADVocATE Senior Choir To Give Lenten Vespers Program Methodist Church Sun. The annual Lenen Vespers pro- gram wil be presented by the Sen- ior Choir ef the Charles Town Me thodist Church on Palm Sunday Bible Material.. Luke 23:18-40. evening, March 22nd starting, at Devotional Reading: I Corinthiams l:lb 7:30 p. m. Mary Ellnor Peters will 25. conduct with Inger H. Garrison at The Oross the organ. The public is cordially invited to attend the service which ~" is as follows: Organ Prelude: "Come Sweet Lesson for March ~, 1959 Death" . ........... J S. Bach Introit: "When I Survey the Won- | IN A POPULAR novel of some drous Cross" years ago, dealing with the time *Processional Hymn: "All Glory, of Jesus and afterwards, the Laud and Honor" . ....... 128 "The Vesper Hymn" Roman officer who had to crucify Sir John Stevenson Jesus ks represented as bein~g quite Anthem: "Now Let All The Hear- shocked by the whole idea, having ens Adore Thee" ... J. S. BaCh seldom if ever seen a crucifixion. Women's Choz~s: "Open Our This is a historical alip on the author's part; for in the Roman world, a far more brutal one than ours, fatal flog- gings and cruci- fixions were pretty common affairs. They were so common, in fact, that al- though we have Dr. Foreman four gospels each telling about the crucifixion of Jesus, not one gives any details at all about the actual crucifixion itself. Such details were ~ot necessary; most readers of the gospels in those days had seen such things and did not need to be re- minded. Eyes" . ........... Macfarlane Anthems: "The Legend" .. Tsohalkowsky "Cherubim Song" . Bortnlansky Offertory: "Andante" .... Batiste Anthems: "O Divine Redeemer .. Gounod "God So Loved The World" Stainer Men's Chorus: "Were ~bu There" Negro Spiritual Anthem: "Beat~tiful Saviour" F. M. Christlansen *Hymn: "Now t~e Day Is Over" 53 Benediction Choral Response: "Thee, We Adore" . .............. Dubois Postlude: "The Lord's Ascension, a motion picture in color, wil,1 be shown at the meeting of the Youth Fellow- ship at 6:30 P. M. in Irvin Hall. The program will conclude in ~ime for the group to attend .the musi- cale. On Holy Thursday, March 26Oh, the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper ,will be administered at 7:30 P. M. in the traditional ser- vice by candlelight. Harold Shaffer Has Completed Training At Great Lakes Base Great Lakes, Ill. (FHTNC)-Har old L. Shaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie O. Hollis of Washington Street, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. graduated from recruit training March 7 at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. The graduation exercises mark- ing the end of nine weeks of 'boot cam~", included a full dress )arade and review before mili,tary officials and civilian dignitaries. In nlne weeks of .instruction, the "raw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for du.ty w~th the fleet. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY III I , SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME ~t 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE:-- Day 370 Night SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 4--B THURSDAY, MARCH If You Want Results Use Spirit-Advocate I will sell at Public Sale the Following about 1 mile East of Charles Town, W. Va., on No. 340, on SATURDAY, MARCH 21, BEGINNING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Walnut Bedroom Suite consisting of Bed, Wash Stand; Marble Top Stand. This Furnit~: 2 Old Mantel Clocks, 2 Quilts, over 150-years Box, Old; 2 Brass Kettles, one large and one Oak Double Bed with Mattress; Oak Dining consisting of Table, Buffet and 6 Chairs; Straight Rocking Chairs; Overstuffed Chair, Hall Tree, Records; Cabinet Radio, Towel Rack, Toilet SetS, Bed Linen; Pillows, Singer Sewing Machine; Picture Frames; Two 9 x 12 Rugs, Prima Washing Twin Tubs, Porch Swing, Garden Tools, Some China, Little Silverware, Carving ~Set, Table Lots of Other Articles not mentioned. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until MISS MAYMA K. K. CAVALIER, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. March 12 and 19-2~. Oa tlno OmN What was extraordinary them on CalVary was not the cross itself. There where three in use that one morning; the one on which Jesus died had very likely been used be- fore and would be used again. They do not nowadays make the electric chair over for every new criminal. No, the extraordinary thing was not the cross, as ugly an instru- ment of torture as ever seared the eye of man. What the gospels take more pains in describing was what happened on the crees. No two of the gospels tell precisely the came story, though they do not contra- dict one another. Luke's story has been selected for this week's study. Consider a few facts that Luke's story high-lights. First is that an innocent man hung on that central cross. That he died between two bandits only brings out more strongly his own innocence. Furthermore, it is extraordinary that this Jesus made no complaints about having been "framed" as many an innocent man in his place would have done. Jesus' mind was filled with the thoughts of others rather than himself. The reader will find it revealing to read these stories of Christ's death carefully. Tkrougk the Cross If you did not alre~y know otherwise, you might think that as time went on, people who adored Jesus would prefer to forget that bitter ending of his life on the cros~. Quite the contrary; C~ris- tlans have always gone to some trouble to remember it. ~very time we observe Communion we are procle~Lming the Lord's death. The communion table in many a church has carved around it the words "In Rememberance of Me." B~t what holds the Church's mind and heart is not merely the historical fact, that a certain teacher named Jesus wu unJtmUy executed on criminal eha~e~ The church be/ieves that t~rou~ the cro~ we have God's forgiveness. We believe that this was ~ot a merely human tragedy. We believe that this was actually the suffering of God on our behalf and in our place; that the self-giv- ing, dedicated, forgiving spirit of Christ is a reyelation of God's own heart Browning put it very simply: ~hou must love Me, who have died for thee.~ At the Cros~ But there are two ways of be- lieving this. One is the belief of adn2ratiom What wonderful love this is, that the godly should die for the tmgodly, the innocent for the guilty; that God should offer up his own son '~or us an!" We can stand at a distance and admire the sacrifice . , . and get no good from it at all. We have to stand at the Cross, we have to believe in a more personal way than the way of admiration. The same Saint Paul who wrote that God gave up his own Son for us all, put it much more personally when he wrote, "I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me." (Gal. 2:20.) Standing at the Cross, as no one can do for another but each one for himself, and you for yourself~ there we see ourselve~ in a ~w way, we are forced to see that we are the same kind c~f people Am Put Jesus on that ero~, we are ~inners. We see God in a new way--we see him dealing with Sin in a new way, taking the ~ffect~ of it upon himself. And took~ng from the CrOss, we See othsr men too; u brothers for whom Christ died. (Ba~d on ou~tnes em~rrlgh~ by the 91vislon of Christian gdueatton, Nat|o~l Counell of the Churches of Chr/st In the U. 8. A. Reles~ I~ {:~mm~d~ Pr~a Serv~.~ NEXT WEEK. ANOTHER SSON - RRIGION' FOR TH[ MODERN WORLD !i!i 13 :::: ~ilii i:/i il} THE CHURCHFOR ALL . . . ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the great~t factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. h is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church. neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are 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 sal~e. (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 hurth regularly .and rtad your Bible daily. Day Book ~* Chapter Verses Sunday Luke 19 28-44 Monday John 18 1-14 Twuesday John 18 15-27 ednesday John 18 28-40 Thursday John 19 1-16 Friday John 19 1%30 Saturday John 19 31-42 Sunday is a special day for Shells. She likes to go to churl For one thing, the church is beautiful. Sheila likes to 100k the soft light filtering through the colored glass windows. She the delicate scent of the beautiful flowers, and the majestic tones the organ. She likes to sing, too, and she knows several hymns the way through," even without the hymnal to guide her. She particularly likes this season because she knows that Sunday is a time for special rejoicing in the Church. Shefla feels the way she does because her parents have her that going to church is a privilege and a joy. Is Sunday ocher day for your child, or is it--as it is for Sheila--a special i This Advertisement Sponsored By The The Churches Of Business Firms Below The Community: In Support Of /, SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Va~ MERCHANT & NOLAND 321 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va~ Phone 5006 H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone ~41 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Clmrles Town, W. Va~ RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. R~NSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 KIRBY CLEANATORIUM "DRY CLEANING AT ITS BEST" East Washington St. Phone 686-W L. W. JAMES, Owner CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martinsburg, W. Vs. -- Leesburg, Vs. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Vs. J. L. EACKLES J. DONALD Harpers Ferry, W. WHITMORE LUMBEI BUILDING Phone 650 Charles J. EMERY Ease DIS Phone 578-W Charles PITTS - JEFFERSON CHARLES TOWN, "ALWAYS A GOOD J. C. PENNEY CHARLES TOWN, lg POWHATAN & IRON RANSON WEST