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Members ~f .the Jefferson Coun- ty Hospital Auxiliary found the year 1958 a-busy and most pro- . ductive one. At least the organiz- ation's annual report 'to the hos- pital's stockholders given at their annual meeting several weeks ago shows anuch assistance was pro- vided .the hospital from their den ~ ers;1 fund treasury and also from ~helr Memorial fund. The report which runs from March I, 1958 to March 1, 1959 shows that the Auxiliary spent a grand ,total of $4,202.07 either directly for equipment or needs of the hospital. Of this amount $1,909.52 came from the Auxin lary's Memorial Fund. As in past year's ,the Auxiliary staged only ,two major fund-rais- ing projects, bhe June Jamboree which neVted $547.43; and the annual Donation Day which brou- ght in $923.75 on ,tkmt day and another $100 later. National Hospital Day was ob- served in May at which time the ,ter~th anniversary of ~he new Char les Town General Hospital was el- so observed and a sterling silver :bracelet was presented to the first child born in ,the hospital-Shar- ron Fraley. Pictures of the hospit- al autographed by the hospital superinter)dent were given to vach c~ld born in the hospital during it s fixst year of operation. One rush medulary ~in rack, $68.20; one Otoscope, $66.15; One electric sterlizer, $656.00; One vac uum cleaner and attachments for use in hospital $220.50; 10 yards of ticking for pillows, $8.06; One leg rest, $94.00; ~vo coffee urns for use in kitchen, $55.20; two lockers, $44.80; one mop bucket iwt.h swivel wheel, $21.00; Ortho- pedic bone pins, accessories and twisters, $82.50; five chairs, $256.- 25; one earifax copying machine, $292.50. For Nursery Bible MateriaZ: I Samuel 3:19-21; 7. Devotional Reading: I Samuel 12:1-5. Ten dozen baby ~horts at $63.72 one analyzer for Isolebte, $190.00. One Plus God ship: coffee hour follows; topic, Miscellaneous "Sybols from History", by Mich- The Auxiliary continues to pro-: eal WaRers. Senior Lu, ther Lead- vide for the hospital sewing and W.H. Wilson, printing cards, ue meets at Vhe parsonage at 7:30 mending .and maintains the 1i- posters, chance books, one brace- Lesson for April 5, 1959 p.m. for monthly business meet- i brary .and nursery. The organizat- let; Charles Town Photo & Gift ind. Church Council Tuesday at ion also paid state hospital dues Shop, photo and folders ,for hos- " ' 8:00 p. m. in the church. Wed- for the year and sent two dele- 'Pi~tal day $17.73; food ,for sale at --C~NE PLUS GOD" is a slogan nesday at 8:00 p. m., Circle III gates to the State hospital Auxil Jamboree $68.46; paid for note x-]that might fit many a strong (Mrs. Martin) meets at the home paper, serving spoons, pictures for life. It ia not only the secret of such of Mrs. P. D. Fearnow. Thursday larYoctober,COnvention1958, in Charleston, in resale $36.20 and received from men as were the prophets of old, at 8:00 p. m., Senior Choir rehear dues $108.00. not only for Saint Paul and Saint sal. Conifrmation class meets at Following are the list of articlesI purchased for bhe hospital by the Auxiliary either from i.t's general Treasury, or ~rom the Memorial Fund. By Mrs. Lena 4kmbrose Memorial Fund Purchases Six trays, $62.10; one stand for Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Li~htner Comco Eeacutor, $67.50; one Soec and two children of Washington fro Photometer and attachments spent Wednesday wi.th Mr. and $917.00; one used Spectre Photo- Mrs. David Gageby and family. rometer $75.00; and one Boric'Mr. James Martin of Baltimore Unit at $787.92. visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty General Fund Purchases and sons and Mrs. Ruth Clegg Sun day. Mr ,and Mrs. George Greenwal~ spent Sunday in Baltimore with 'Mr. and Mrs. James Welty and daughter. As Executor of the Estate of Mrs. Castilinia L. Elder, I Will Sell Her Entire Household Effects, located on Fill- more Street, Harpers Ferry, W. Vs., on SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Walnut Chest of Drawers, Small Walnut Chest, Mahogany Desk and Book Case Combination; Oak Dressers and Wash Stands; Extension Table and 6 Chairs; Electric Singer Sew- ing Machine; Frfgidaire Refrigerator, A-1 shape; 4-Burner Gas Stove, Electric Mixer and Toaster; Electric Carpet Sweeper, Hand Sweeper, Double Iron Bed with Springs and Mattre~; Double Wooden Bed, Springs and Mattress; Day Bed, Cot, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; Morris Chair, 3 Metal Porch Chairs, Porch Swing 12x12 Rug, 9xl5 Rug, 6x7 Rug, Linoleum Rugs, Lot of Small Rugs, Blanket Chest, Stands, Trunks, 2 Radios, Pictures and Picture Frames; Large and Small Mirrors, 8-Day Mantel Clock, Window Screens, Lap Board, China Cabinet, Tea Cart, Ironing Board, Some China, Breakfast Set, Victrola and Records; Magazine Rack, Library Table, Floor and Table Lights; Kitchen Utensils, Pots and Pans, Lard Cans, Oil Stove, Safe, Benches, Tin Plate Stove, Large Jack, Water Tank, Grindstone, Tool Chest and Lo~ of Tools; Some Wood, Some Paint, Power Lawn Mower, 2 Hand Lawn Mowers, Step Ladder, Cistern Top, Whglbarrow, Garden Plow, Garden Tools, ~eT-~Drums, 2 ,Sprayers, Large Lot of Electric Wire, Log'::'~ins, Fence Stretche~, Grass Catcher, Iron Bars, Chicken Brooder, Tressels, and Boards, and Lots of Other Articles that are not mentioned. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be"re~'oved until settled for. L. D. NICHOLS, EXECUTOR OF 1M~tS, CASTILINIA L. ELDER ESTATE. K. K. C~kVALIER, Auctioneer. C. ~V. MOORE, Clerk. Camp Hill Methodist Church Will Serve Lunch. April 2 and 9 o 2t. Having qualified as the Administrator, d. b. n.. of Diary Louise Waganmn, deceased, the undersigned will sell the Following Personal Property at PUBLIC SALE at the residence property of Mary Louise Wagaman, on the East Side of North George Street, in Ranson, Jeffer- son County, West Virginia, on "Glowing Hearts" To lt .ned to Morehead City 1800 I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS linen of the Second Battalion, Six- I , r, ,~rr,Tr,~ ~v Be Sermon Sunday Ibh Marine Regiment, normally bus l ,,--i) ,nw,,o,,zx., ~ed at Camp Lejeune, N: C. ] .... For Lutheran Church I The Ca~mbria, flagstip of the Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman When advertising ------ ]squadron, completed eight men- ! from Millville" Mr. and Mrs. Rob- I sell never bother ,to The Ray. Richard E. Neal, pus- !Vhs duty. with_.the Sixth. Fleet ~ err Chapman of Shepherdstown. ]tomer how good Y wnicn lnClUfle~ ~aKing par~ in vae , .... for, announced the following sohe S landm s at Beirut Lebanon Little Joe received many useful I wnat your pr,)uucv dule of serlces for St. Thomas U. . " g ' ' ifts i __------- last summer, g ~ " ~ P~ if~ lip~' " ot~l; I1 Lutheran Church, Ranson for Sun All five ships of the squadron .... ~ ~ ~'~'JND~Y 'h:velnott']-lng ~toe day, April 5 and the following arrived in Norfolk, Va. on March~a~r~,~ ,~,,,~,~,. ~ , week days: Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m.; Robert Stone, Su- 25. perintendent. The Service at 11:00 a. m. with sermon, "Glowing Little Joe Pennington Hearts". Nursery held during wor SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. EASTERN STANDARD TIME Honored On 4th Birthday I will sell at Public Outcry the Following Mr. and Mrs. John Pennington erty, located at Millville, Jefferson County, W. of Leetown gave a birthday din- ner m honor of their son, Joe Da- SATURDAY, APRIL 4, men on his 4th bwthday. Those ?, present were: Mrs. David Sisk and BEGINNING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P, M. family and Mrs. Frances Bradley and family from Leetown: Mrs. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Dean Hockensmi.th ,and family .from Shenandoah Junction; Mr. Solid Walnut Desk and Book Case Combine; FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC STOVE, SINGLE OVEN, NEARLY NEW; WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERA- TOR WITH FREEZER COMPARTMENT, NEARLY NEW; ELECTRO-LUX SWEEPER, GOOD SHAFE; WESTINGHOUSE T-V, 21-INCH; G. E. WASHING Mr. and Mrs. Bil'l Gai.thers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney and baby .all of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin and Mrs. Frances Jackson and children of Charles Town, Mr. Lewis Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Eaton of Hagerstown vis 4.ted Mrs. Mamie Marin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby and ffVIrs. Mary Engle of Redson .were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby and family. Mr .and Mrs. T. W. Welty and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Em- ery in Martinsburg Sunday. We are sorry to note that Mrs. Emery is still confined to the house. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Breeden and family of Summit Point spent Sunday wlth Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden. :, Miss Beverly Bragg of Washing ton spen~ the wekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Braag and sister Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Crnarles Nuneville of Washington spent t'he weekend with ,her parents Mr .and Mrs. Charles Viands and fami,ly. Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth Owens of Tablers Station and Mr. Wilbur Bagent were dinner guests Sunday "of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and family. Mrs. Dorcas Lookingbill of Char les Town and Miss Beverly Bragg of Washington ~isited Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose Sunday after- noon. The M. Y. F. of The Uvilla Chur ,oh ~held ~heir Tnon.~hly meeting Monday night at ,t'he ~home of Glenn and Dorrene Gageby's ~fter ~he meeting refreshmen.ts were ser veal by Mrs. G~geby and daughter Dorrene. The measles have made their ap ,pearance in our neighborhood. Rose Ann Spitzer is housed with them. Deputy Director of VA To Be In Charles Town Ray L. Senclndlver, deputy dir- ector of the West Virginia Deputy of Veterans Affairs of Martins- 'burg unnounced Monday ~hat he will be in Charles Town at the American Legion Home. April 10 and 24 for ~the purpose of assist- ing war veterans, thief dependents or beneficiaries with government benefits to which they may be en- titled, PAPER- For Wrapping and Printing Paper Products, Towels, Tissues, Bags, Locker Suppties For Homes-Stores-Etc. Ask ,Your Dealer Antietam Paper Co. HAGERSTOWN, MD. PHONE---Regent 9-0600 MACHINE; G. E. RADIO. 3-Piece Living Room Suite. 8 Piece Dining Room Suite, 1 Large Rug and Pad, 10 Scatter Rugs, 2 Large Rugs, Record Cabinet, 2 Platform Rockers, 2 End Tables, Whatnot, :i~iii~i:i~iii:ii!:i!:iiiii!!:!ii! Otl Lamp, Davenport, Wing Chair, Foot Stool, Occasional i~i!~ii:ii~!ii:~ Chair, ~moking Stand, 2 Tables, Duncan Phyfe Side Table, Coffee Service, Electric Fan, Telephone Stand, Magazine Stand, China Closet, Sewing M~tchine, Hall Table, Mirrors, ~i~,~k "~ ,... -"'---v~mv~[~ Metal Top Tahle , itehe. C lrs Coco tal S,ool " Electric Coffee Pot, Pop-Up Toaster, Electric Iron, Perfection Otl Stove, 1 Oval Linoleum Rug; 8-Piece Bedroom Suite, ~~~.e~|~, t-rr~'~'~'?~a~'~ormT~ complete; Solid Cedar Wardrobe. Maple Twin-Bed Bedroom ~/-- / ~*';~" ~,~.r~.~{.~.._~ ~, -'~" 0~. Suite, complete with Night Table; Dresser, Occasional Chair, ~~n~t'i'~." Two Cedar Chests, Laundry Basket, Scales, Metal Bed, com- / ~ b~:~] Lr~" plate, Matching Dresser, Night Table, Two Chairs (bedroom) ; ~ ~ ~J. ~e)~" $2..~ ] Wardrobe (Maple); Mantle,,, Clock, Several Trunks, 1 Rush Rug, Ice Box, 2 Porch Rockers, 3 Metal Lawn Chairs, Fold- away Bed, Washing Machine, Lawn Sprinkler, Step Ladder, Garden Tools. Lawn Bench, Many Lamps and Pictures. Pots, Pans. Dishes el all kinds; Some Linens, Many Bed Linens, Good Blankets and Bed Spreads; Cherry Seeder. G. E. SEE US TODAY-- Electric Mixer, Many Other Household Items, 4 OLD COINS:--One 1808 Half Penny; One 1810 Half Penny; One 1803 Penny; One 1838 Penny. TEILMS :---CASH. FREDERICK 0. BYRER, ADMINISTRATOR, d. b. n., OF MARY LOUISE WAGAMAN, DECEASED DE KALB CHICKS . KIMBER CHICKS HALL BROS. - STRAIGHT RUN POULTRY SUPPLIES PAUL E. lVHLLER, Auctioneer. N, CLARK FURR, Clerk. Lunch To Be Served By The Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service. March 26 - 2~. ! PEOPLES SUPPLY Phone 17 Charles Town, W. Va. Augustine and Martin Luther, and the parsonage at 10:00 a. m. Sa,t- urdaY. other famous per- sons admired by Christians. The reader should realize that this can be true of every one who puts his trust in God. The price of admission to the Raymond Howell, Jr., Back From Tour Sea Duty In Mediterranean goodly company Morehead Ci,ty, N. C. (Y~-ITNC) of the saints is Dr. Foreman Raymond E. Howell, Jr., seaman app~ntice USN, son of Mr. ,and not cheap, but it hi in every one's Mrs. Raymond T. Howell of Route reach: Faith. 2, Box 221, Harpers Ferry return ed to Morehead City, N. C. March and Mrs. Fred Custer of Winches- ter. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wood ward and daughter of Shepherds- town; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Markley and children from Kearneysville; SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Dining Room Table, Oak Desk, Double Bed with Mattress; Cabinet Chest, . Hall Rack with Mirror; Back and Rocking Chairs; 2 Overstuffed Chairs, robe, Oil Heater, A-1 shape, heats 4 rooms; Coal Iron Safe, Window Screens, Lot of Curtains, 2 Gla~es, 3 Breakfast Sets, 2 Victrolas. 2 Table Closets Oak Sideboard, Davenport, 3 Bed Tables Corner Cupboard. 6 Dining Room, Chairs, China ware, Bath Tub, 3 Galvanized Water Tanks, Lot Sash and Doors; Some Other Articles that are not TERMS :--CASH on Day of Sale and Nothing to moved until settled for. C.R. Loyalty This was true of the famou~ Old Testament hero named Samuel. He was what in football language is called a triple-threat man. He was a priest, prophet, Judge, military advisor; and tradition even ~ays he was a writer, though of course he did not live long enough to have written the books that bear his name in the Old Testament. (They do not claim to have been written by him.) Before his time there had been no kings, and indeed not very much unity among the tribes of Israel. Under his leadership the tribes were better united, and it would not be much exaggeration to say that Samuel "licked the tribes into shape"---the shape of a kingdom which he turned over to the first king-by-title, Saul. It is true that King Saul did not pay attention to Samuel's wisdom; but all the same, after the old prophet was dead, Saul thought so much of his advice that he actually tried to conjure him out of his grave just to hear him again. W'hat was the secret of Samuel's power over Israel ? l~rst of all it was a contagious loyalty to the one true God. It was a time when most men worshipped many gods. Even the Isrgelites did this. Samu'el ran the risk of bein~ lobkeff/~t aS a cranI< or a fanatic, but such was his known loyalty to God thnt when he challenged Israel to throw away their idols, they did. There must have been som~hing in his life that made even those primitive men sure that one-plus-God means greatness. Prayer Another marked feature of Samuel's life was his prayers. We have on record the story of his very first prayer. It was not a begging request, not a "Gimme" prayer at all. It was "Speak, Lord; for thy servant heareth." Even as a boy he would rather hear what God has to say than to pour out words be- fore God. How seldom it is that people in praying give God any chance to speak' The Lord seIdom has much to say. to a n~an who in- sists on talking every minute. Another feature of Samuel's prayer life was that he prayed for others, even when those others had turned their backs on him. Samuel did his best to persuade the Israe- lites not to have a king. He knew that "power corrupts" and he pre- dicted accurately the injustice and tyranny which their future kings would show. But they wanted a king all the eame; yet in taking leave of them Samuel was not bitter. "Far be it from me that I should sin against the Lord by ceasing to. pray for you," he said. Wisdom Samuel was an example of what we nowadays call a circuit Judge. He held court in three cities, in- cluding his home town. (This alone is remarkable.) He was not (on the one hand) the kind of religious per- son who retires to a cell and there spends his life in prayer. He was a of affairs, trusted by high and low. He was not (on the other hand) the kind of religious person who keeps his religioa with his hym~book--in church, where he takes it out and gets loud and happy over it once ~ week--only once. Samuel on the contrary was a man w'noae religious faith Was the fo~mdatlon of his wimtorm IRe- Hgion did not lift him "out of this world;~ it gave him i~sight into the problems of this world. Hi~ one-plus-God llfe wa~ not for him- self alone; God in life helped him to be a help to others, perhaps one strong reason why there are not more per~on~ who deserve that "One-plus-God" description, is that too many of u~ want to have C_,od .by the hand to ~erve o~v~el~ rather than other~ (B~4 n eu~nea eo~rdgl~1 by the Division of Christian Edueatlon, National Counell ~f ~ Chureh~ of Christ ia .the U. 8. A. ~ 1~ ~mmmtit~ l'~e~ Ser~e.) NEXT WEEK- ANOTHER LESSON- RELIGION FOR THE 23 ~board Vhe Creep ransport USS Cambria after a tour of duty with the U. S. Sixth ~leet in the Med- iterranean area. The Cambria and other ships of Amphibious Squadron Eight, re- , PHONE :-- Day 370 Night I II K. K. CAVALIER, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. March 26 and April 2- 2t. world: ... in a THE CHURCH FOR ALL . .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH Tire Church is the greatest factor on earth ~or the building of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church. neither democracy fior civilization can survive. There are four 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 },our Bible daily. Day Book Chapter Verses Sunday John 14 1-9 Monday Mark 2 1-12 Tuesday Mark 3 1-5 Wednesday Mark 5 25-34 Thursday Mark Ii 35-43 Friday Mark 7 31-37 Saturday Mark 10 46-52 How often, when Dad would finish reading the Bible, he hold the Book gently in his hands and look out the windoW. I used to wonder what he saw---what Vision against sun ! And once I blurted the tremendous question: "Daddy, can y0O God ?" He kept on gazing off into space, but a smile crossed hi! "No, son, a man doesn't see God i He fee!s God. And rhea out his window and sees the world in a different light." I grew up to discover what he meant. His Bible--his convictions have become mine. And when I look at the through Dad's window. One day my son will grow up... io. $t's'~$ Copyrilht 1~59. gelster Adv. ,~rv " This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Cl~axles Town, - - W. Vs. MERCHANT & NOLAND $21 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 5006 H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. CA. 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. Vs, COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W, Vs. Martinsburg, W. Va~ -- Leesburg, Va~ VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYE/~R PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Vs. J. L. EACKLES J. DONALD Harpers Ferry, WHITMORE BUILDING Phone 650 Charle~ J. EMORY ESSO Phone 578-W Charles PITTS - JEFt CHARLES TOWN, "ALWAYS A GOO] J. C. PENNEY/ CHARLES TOWN, POWHATAN & IRON RANSON, WEST