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il ( ( ,ii !i ii (if: i'! grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Win- slow Ring of Baker~n. THE WEATHER AND OTHER Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wil~ and son Lee and daug, hter Cindy Lou of Murrell Hill were guests Satur- day night wiUh ,the formers par- By Mrs, Georgia Pearl ents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters An tionnette and Ar butus Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. tester Hytonen of About The Weather ,iMrs. Frank Garre~ motored to Falls Church were visitors Monday The past week it hug been ra- Washington, D. C. Sunday even- evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. thor changeable. One we~k ago ing and were visitors with the Pearl. on Monday ralning and a disagree latters dauffhter and ~husballd Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett able day and in late evening dur- and Mrs. tester toy. spent the weekend wiVh the for- lng a very strong west wind very Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler of mers cousin and husband Mr. and comfortable inside the house. Tues I Murrell HiM are making a place Mrs. tester toy o~ Washington, D. day morning deuce fog could only [ of ~bode in one of t~e G. C. Pearls C. see a short distance away and a- I cottages. "Mr .tester toy was a visitor Fri ,bout noon fog began disaaypearing [ Mr. and Mrs. Frankie As'hbuugh day evening at the home of Mr. and sunshine very nice evening. ]and family of Millvi:lle were visi- and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Wednesday beauVifui sunshine [ tors Sunday evening wi~h Mr. and Mrs. Jane Hawk has been in- tame with qui.te a greeting and lMrs. G. C. Pearl. disposed for several days due .to more like a spr~ng day and on ' " 1 ] Mr. and Mrs. John Rumon andan injury she received 'to her an- Thursaay morning we were ,o ess ..... kle from a fall. She is getting a- , ....... ] family were visitors Saturday wrth ea with a wonaerm~ ram wmen . . . ].the formers mother Mrs. Lula Run long very nicely so best wishes ~to the ~he air became.reeler. m mt,~er ]mn' of ...~.M,t Jackson, Va. you Jane and trust you will soon part of evening ann also some sun I ............ be yourself again. shine more 1.1ke an autumn even- [_ o.~ev: ann ~rs. t;. w. f~myo ~:~ Mrs. Myrtle Wilet has returned ,-- ~"-:~ .... ~ ---" t" earl- I mass r~annle ~eavers o vne p - to her home after spending sever- ~..,~.~..~ .o~,. ,,,~,.h ,q~a.~.,. ~'hout I o~,.=~ ... .... ~'~'~" ~" ........ al days wi,th ~her cousin and hus- ' ' i ~'~ "~ ............................ band Mr. and Mrs. LesSer toy of 9 a. m. and cold a~r. Very tttle l ....... .... ,,__ o_, .r.~ ..... 'n" cold I~narms ~arre~,~. ~u.~u~e e~q~u u~j, .,w~. ~, I ~ ....~ ~rs Elmer Larue and Washington, D. C. Mrs. I.x)y has westerly wind very little sunshine I- "; 'a,,~,,, : _ .. . been critically ill and Mrs. Wilt ~e~n~ t .h~-ou~h the heav~ clouds |aaugn~er ~;onme ann son ~onmehas been nursing her ,through a ..... " " - - ve-- I of Murrell HiM were S~tu day stnQ In lal, e evening one ~ ry ,......~..~o~,,,..~,~ o o~,,~d ~r,~ than l evening guests with ~he latters very Criticalports just a bime.slightHerimprovement.physician re out of doors Sunday nice day I .Mrd t sS Mr. Herman Garrett has been and sunshine more so .than al.l IWU? finn ug.:t off from work several days due to .week and route 9 very busy all ~ ana'--~r?'u-'~-u-'Se --r~. ,us~ ~eurw[l-~-I and dan-bier a visit from the flu bug. Mr. Gar- f ~v~. . ~ ~ day motorist ~$aktng advantage p .... r~ ,~i*~ro ~-~ .... i+'*' *.he rett has been very sick. a pretty day. Monday morning ] ~Z~:,~ =~',:~ ~1 daughter in" l~,w Mr. Howard Writ and his crew now ~ a. m. I really a enj yl gl~. ~o.~-.. ~Jr,. ~,~,-~ ~ur,. B~,ron .have been busy the past week in $he .blessed sunshine pressing a-I~ea~r~.'~'~'"_~"was'~" su'r;ical"~.~ finishing a home in Bolivar. . ~ru . ,g P~ - gaanst ,the window from where I I tient in John Hopkins Hospital Mrs. Ida Hardy, Mr. John Mc- ~m ~all~ng w~h you; I for his spine. He is ~t his home Donald and sister Reva of Martins burg were visitors Saturday with Personal Happemnp | now and is recu, perating very sat- the formers daughter-in-law Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ambrose I isfactorly. of Engle were visitors Sunday ev- | 'Mr .and Mrs. G. C. Pearl were Alma Hardy. enlng wi,th their friends Mr. and [ visi,tors with the la~ters brother Mrs. tavern TMton was a visitor Mrs.-O. C. Pearl. Cocoanut ,cake I Mr. John Love at his home near recently ,with Mr. and Mrs. Clay- and ice cream arid coffee were set- Charles Town Friday evening. Mr. ton Talton o'f Hamilton, Va. ved the guests. Love 'had no~ been feeling well but Mr. and Mrs. Gwrland Piper, is now im~arov~ng. Mountain Top 4=H Club Mr .and Mrs. George Talton and ~Vrs. Frank Garrebt of M=illville, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper, Mr. . Charles Oarrett and Mr. Herman Meets At Hardy.H0me Garrett motored 4~ Washington, D. C. Wednesday night and were visitors ,with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mountain Top 4-H Club held toy. their regular monthly meeting t, his Master Richard and Gary Ring week at the home o,f Mrs. Claren- sPent the weekend wi,th theirce Hardy. Devotions were read by Ray Beahm and dues were collect A LASTING TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION- ^ Rock of Ages MemorialI The whole purpom of m ao- rim art k to omnmmorate the l monality and ateom- plkhmenta of an tndirl ual or family. Rock of A gee' ddlled design taff translatee them accomplkhment into beautiful memorial design There k no finer I/KUKU_.LX way to show AE T/devotion to a LOV one. Yevr Roek of Ages Authorized Deel~ MARTINSBUR5 GRANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. t09 Weal John Streel Martinsburg, W. Vs. E. L. McDOHALD, JR., AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. ed amounting to $300. Members played and talked about a Easter Party which was to be held on Easter Monday. A safety ,committee gave an Interesting report on safety on bicycles. Mrs. Micl~el Rive gave a talk on going to camp. Mrs. Clarence Hardy :and son Marice served refreshments. The place for the next meeting has not ~been set yet. Turbine engine may lift helicop ter sales. NOTICE! To C~eorge A. Stolze You will take notice that W. P. Fleming, the purchaser of (he fol- lowing real est~vte, Lot 15 in Block 132 .fron,t4ng 30 feet on Lee Street and exten0Ang back a uniform wi~i. th 125 feet; LOt 5 in Block 160 fronting 30 feet on Park Avenue and extending back a uniform wid th 125 feet located, in Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, which was returned delinquent in the name of George A. Stolze, and was sold by the Sheriff of Jeffer- son County at .the sale for deldn- quent taxes made on ,the 9th daY of December, 1957, has requested that you be neLl*fled that a deed for such real estate will .be made to him on or after the first day of June, 1959, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem suc~ real estate. The amo~n,t you will have to .pay 'to redeem on the last day, May thirty-first, will be as follows: Rsprosentlng THE TRAVELERS, Hartford Amount pwid sheriff ~t sale width i~terest to May 31, I 1959 $ 5.11 Amount of taxes .paid on the property, since the sale, Northern Virginia Dairy Cattle Co. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1959 12:30 P.. M. At Our Sales Pavilion in the Town of CATLETT, VA. 75 -REGISTERED AND GRADE - 75 HOLSTEIN COWS and HEIFERS This sale will include some TOP Wisconsin Cows and Heifers, close or fresh. ABOUT 40 OPEN HEIFERS, 500 to 700 lbs. All Vaccinated. Some Registered. with interest to May 31, 1959 $ 3.71 Amount paid for survey and report $ 1.25 Amoun~t paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of ,the notice $31.00 Totals $41.07 You may redeem at any time before Ma.y ~hirty-,first by paying the above total less ,any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 16th day of W~arch. 1959. EMILY A. M. STANLEY Clerk of County Court of Jefferson County W. Va. April 9-3T- N O T I 'C E ! To ElUe W. Page Keith You will take notice that W. P. Fleming, the purchaser of ~he fol- lowing real estate, LOt 29 in Block 100 fronting 25 let on Marshall Street and extending back a uni- form width 125 feet located in Ranson, Jefferson County, West Vlrglnia~ which was returned de- linquenfi in ~he name of E. M. Page, and was sold by the sheriff of Jefferson County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on ,the 9th day of .December, 1957, .has reques~d that you be notified that a deed for such real estwte will be made, him on or after AN OUTSTANDING REGISTERED HOLSTEIN the firs~ day of June, 1959, as pro BULL from the Nell Hill Herd in Barren, Wise. vided by law, unless before Chat This Bull is sired by the Select Pedigree Bull day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay Besslyn Ormsby 'Fobes Glen and is out of a cow with 15,591 milk, 624 fat, 4% test. Also our usual loea] consignments. All Cattle of age TB and Blood Tested. NORTHERN VIRGINIA DAIRY CATTLE CO. H. J. & H. F. WILSON, JR., Owners. CATLETT, VA. PHONE Sterling 8-5941 LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. STAN HAWORTH AUCTION CO. Phone Warrenton, Va. 81Z April 9-1t. to redeem on 'the last day, May thirty-first, will be as ,follows: A~nount paid ~eriff at sale, with in~est ~o May 31, 1959 , . $4.76 Amount aftaxes paid on the property, since thesal~,with lnterestto May 31, 1959 $3.09 Amount paid for survey and report $1.25 Amount ,paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice $16.00 Total $25.10 You may redeem at any time be fore May l)hirty-first ,by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Calvert under my band ,this 16th day of ~VIarch, 1959. EMILY A. M. STANLEY Clerk of County Court of Jefferson Coun,ty W. Va. 9-3T- Film man at 8:00 p. m. the chapel. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMERS No. 5, ~rs. Charles Strider, Jr. 4--B THURSDAY chairman at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Ed "it _ gar C. Heckman. Sh0wn" Charles,0w.No. 6. Mrs. A,ner Hoeke smith. ation c,ass mcot, at t'he parsonage Others 0, .th0 chairman at 8 p. m. with Mrs. C,Saturday at 10:00 a.m. ,tee were David N. Dorsey. ~o Bowermanl%obertWilliN ChUrch a..un.a No. 7, Mrs. Emory Zable, chair ia..,, h,.. tam mvis, Shall They Live" is toe man at 8:00 p. m. wit'h Mrs. Hugh J llll][ a-]liB 1- 1 Hummer Mrs. Caperton. ~ ~| .. | .. ~ . Mrs. David G~lc "Yet Internat=on~l name of the religious f,ih'n to be No. 8 Mrs. Robert K Wall Jr. le ,II~IIPIF~ KG211~I/ Gerken. Umlc~m presented at the 7:30 P. M. Wor- chairman at 8:00 p. m. with 'h~rs: i~i~ 1~lIIIt~ I~SOI, II3 Read The SPIt ship Service at ~he Charles TownC. W. Kline. ~ = . tara Bible Material: I Samuel 8-11. Baptist Church, next Sund,ay, _ , nnt.t w.nn.r OLD NE, Devotional Reading: I Samuel 12:19-24. April 12. This fil~m is the third in aa r,~,~d ~h~nhard" d :~s|s|~e::y ;~:::~v~ll FOR SALE:-" a series of Foreign Missions films lhe ~vvu ~ts~,~.~,.~ MOSt any.amo) .... ~aq being presented as a Memorial 7 was ~t the office. -- Series,to Thomas "Shorty" Ferrell 1'~ ~ ~,~rm~n F~r chosen "Miss Clarke County 1959" eate on North ( whose Interest and vision began, av ~ ~lP~llllVII IVI at the IAons-sponsored contest last telephone 222, ( and headed ,the Audio-visual Educ 'FridaYwere night. The two runners-up " "I Lesson for *orfl 12.1959 I ,,tion prog~a~n at the Baptist Lutherans~)UHU(~C"'J"'U Miss IAnda McClaughry and Church, until his untimely death, Jr Miss Doris Pyne. P U R I THE NAVY HAS a word for a Many of his friends at the Pew- The Rev Richard E Neal pas Miss Levi, the daughter of Mr. ha,tan Brass and Iron Works eon-, ..... , ' " and Mrs Leonard O. Levi of Lib- SPORTS" school where men from the tributed to a fund, which began tor of'St. Thomas ~utheran Char-~-*-. ~* '~ ..... '~ ....... iwn hot UO.y tO'D,, D~;~L.L,)'VAII~, WO.O I~ ,~, r~x~ ranks are studying to be commis- ;he has,is for thGs series of films, mg0h RanSOnscheduleannounCeSof serwces~heforfllW'sun- vonr'~-" - ~ "wi~n.r'~'~ ~'~-""~" "~"~ '"~ siGned officers: the "Officers' Ma- This picture shows the fruitful- ' ' ' " ~up ~ .... Many Styles, terial School." Not every enlisted ness of missions as visualized in [day April 12 and other meetings ""~.', ~" "[; .... : ....... ,and' event during the subsequen~t ~ne ~nree ~op g~rls m 5ne ~- man can be admitted; only those the dramatic s~ory of a young week days Sunday Church School entrant contest wore floor-length TOWN AND ( who seem to have what it is going Japanese woman's de~lsion for to take to be an officer, and that Christ. It is unique in its vivid, a~ 9:45 a.'m.; Robert Stone Sup- gowns. Miss LevCs was yellow; is a good deal. ~ au~hen.tie presentation of Japan- erine~endent. The Service ~t' 11:00 'Miss, McClau~hry's red and Miss C L O T It I The Bible tells ~!I ese life, and it is in color. :a. m. with sermon "The Good Pyne s blue. Shepherd". Nursery held during These ,girls were chosen in the w o 'tr oo.oe from the ranks rres Service. Junior Luther League following judges:Mrs. PaulineEut was good ,,meo at the chur 30 p m: sler Sho erdstown SMiT " a "officer material" Meet [topic, "Why Continue School" by Johnson of Arlington and Joseph but who (like Cirdes J4pr[| Ii} IDonna Comer. Senior Luther Leag IC. Cole also of Arlington. lue meets at the parsonage at 7:301 The tl~ree winners wiN ride on. FUNERAL some avy can- I didates) flunked The Circles of the Charles lP. m.; topic, "Right or Wrong" by t'he Clarke County Lions float ] out. He did not ~!:~ ~ Town Presbyterian Church will John Wilt. Monday, Church Work ,the Grand Featurb Parade of the fail, however, for i i.:: ~ meet on Monday, April 13. ers' Conference meets at ,the char A~pple Blossom Festival. Miss Levi ] 304 West Wasl No. 1, Mrs. William S,tuck, chair Ich at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, Cir, I'will compete in a beauty con~test lack of the stuff Dr. Foreman man at 3:00 p. m. at ,~he chapel. I~cle 1 (Mrs. Snyder) meets at the just before ~he Grand Feature Par of which success can be made. Next No. 2, Mrs. Francis Whi.btington ,home of Mrs. F. T. Fiery at 2:00 ado to select Miss A,pple Blossom. Charles ToWn, I week's study concerns his failure; chairman a~ 2:00 p. m. with WIrs. p. m. Circle 2 meets at "~he home The winner of ,~his contest will ,go this week's thought is given to C. W. Moore. of Mrs. Earl Bane at 8:00 p. m. on to the Miss Virginia contest. ] O1~] what could have been his success.NO. 3, Mrs. Frank Bane, chair- United Lutheran Church Men i Edward F. Joyce. chairrman of I meet at the Church Wednesday at the beauty contest commi,ttee, sex- [ Day 370 butHe heldhe playeda gOOdlt badly.hand' we may say, 10:30 a. m. wi~h Mrs. John ] 8:00 p. m. Thursday, Senior Choir ved as .master of ceremonies. Miss [ No. 4, Mrs. Ralph Sager, chair- rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Con,firm- Fay Byerly was accompaniest. Head and Shoulders Look over the cards he held. First, he had what everyone no- ticed the first moment they looked at him: he stood out in any crowd, head and shoulders above the rest. He would have sat tall in the saddle (only no one around there rode horseback); he stood tall on the ground. He was strong enough to butcher and cut up a yoke of oxen by himself, and in a fight he had proved himself a lion. :Men have been successes in life without ex- traordinary strength; "but for a leader of men, a store of extra power and energy is important. Some investigator found that ex- ecutives in business are on an average, taller and heavier than the men lower down the ladder. The executive needs the extra power for the extra drive. But of course a giant can be a fool. You cannot predict how much of a leader a man will be merely by measuring the distance from his crew-cut to his heels. "When they molded him, the molder broke the mold," it is said of some people. It could have been said of Saul. He was not only head and shoulders taller than meat, he was a head smarter than most. Good brains, originality-- always high cards in the gam~e of life. Some people with original minds are quiet, mousy--and un-noticed. If to originality there are added force of character, a quick habit of decision, a forthright approach to all problems--then you have the makings of a great leader. Now Saul started out as such a man. We read of him that a foreign army was besieging the city of Jabesh, and threatened to make a "treaty" by putting out the right eye of every man in the town. All Israel heard about it, and there was loud wailing in the land. But when the news came to Saul he did not weep a tear. He took a yoke of oxen, cut them up with his GUm hands, sent pieces around to every tribe, with the message: Be at Jabesh, ready to fight, or have your oxen made into soup-meat like this!" It may have been rough, but it got results. A Modest Patriot Above all, the Isralites were looking for a man who loved his country, the whole land and people of Israel. Saul by his action at Gilead had proved himself such a person. He not only would make a sacrifice for his country's sake, he had the ability to inspire others also. He had shown there too that he placed the interests of the tribes as a whole above the interests of any one tribe or City; and that con- versely the fate of any one city was the concern of alL Our coun- try could use more patriots of this stripe today, men who like George Washington can see beyond the limits of their own state and live as citizens of the American Union. We need men who will not be in- different to the troubles of other parts of our land, who realize that the tragedy or the glory of one city is the tragedy or the glory of all. We don't need men wl~o shout an(l brag about how much they love their country. Senators Snort and Phogbound are always with us; but politics with them is a way of making money without too much work. Patriotism is nothing to be shouted about; it is a quality that shines best in a modest life. Saul at the beginning was almost too self-effacing. The office had to seek him, and that was good. He was king only becauso the people demanded him and God through the prophet destined him. (Based ou outlines eopyrlght~I by the Division of Chrlstlau Educ&tton~ National Council of the Churches of Christ In the U. S. A. Rcleosed by Community Preu Service.) NEXT WEEK- ANOTHER LESSON. RELIGION FOR THE MODE WORi3 DE T TION: r i! i!i![}~!ii:il]!ii~il ~ !:!i!!iiii!iii!!!!i!i}}~iiiii~!ii}ili! ! / THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth For the building of character and good citizemhip. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. \Vithout a strong Church. neither democracy nor civilization can sm'vive. 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. 1"3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For flae sake oF the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly nnd read your B~le daily. Day Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Book ChapterVerses Psalms 42 1-4 Psalms 55 14 Psalms , 84 1-12 John 21 1-14 John 21 15-25 I Corinthians 1~ 1-28 Revelation i 1-20 This Advertisement SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vs. MERCHANT & NOLAND 321 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 5006 H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Vs. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W, Va. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 Mother's wearing her smart new hat, Susan's curls are brushed till they shine, and Dad's looking pretty sharp, himself, in that psl gray suit. If the Browns look like a family starting out on a pleasure ri -- well, that's exactly what they're about to do. They're g0i g church. The Browns are regular churchgoers. But this is their. ec~ They go to church not only because they feel they should, but b$ they want to. Church, for them, is one of the most joyous occaSl of the week. No one ever said that going to church had to be a glum, lo g" faced affair. Going to church isn't a duty. It's a privilege. Make church your destination this Sunday. And go joyfully' ~vyril~ht 1$9. Ko;~t*r A~. $~.vlta. $Cr~aCt~' rp' Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: KIRBY CLEANATORIUM "DRY CLEANING AT ITS BEST" East Washington St. Phone 686oW L. W. JAMES, Owner . CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W. Vs. oo Leesburg, Vs. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA RODGEI 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. EMORY ESSO Phone 578-W Charles PI TTS - JEFFERSON CHARLES TOWN, "ALWAYS A GOOD J. C. PENNEY C01g CHARLES TOWN, POWHATAN & IRON RANSON,