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ounced For Methodist This Week The Conduct of Holy Commun,ion I what? ? " Easter Sunday Services +tonigl+t Thursday at 7:30 for the x+dtl be held in the Parish church three chUrches of the Parish at es as usual. Chestnut Hill at 7:30 P. M.; and Coming ev,',~; in the parish the MYF ~ill have it's Easter Egg calendar incIuu, The receiving and Scavenger hunt at 6:30 P. M. of new menlbcrs and baptisms on on Saturday Night ~ Easter Sunday; ,x Christian Work Sunday Mornktg, April 14 the ers School for the Commission Methd~ist Par-Rev. Mr. Woodward, Parish Min- on Education from April 18-May 23rd at Asbury Methodist Church hold the following pro- ister, will be the Sunrise Service in Charles Town; A Parish Roller and services this coming speaker at the Assen~b~ly of God slmting party on April 23rd and Scout troops will meet Church in Manr~ings at 6:30 A. 1 a dedication service of new chan- t the week as usual; An M in cooperation with Rev. Fran col furni+ture, altar Ware, and l~eeting was held klin Linton and his church. Rev.] new paramertts at the Chestnut at the Chestnut Woodward's topic will be: "If Hill Church. to begin at 7:30 P. M. Christ Had Not Risen - Then] The Chestnut Hill Methodist is under-going a complete and Pharmacists Your registered pharmacist works promptly accurately to compound the prescription- Your doctor orders. His skill and knowledge are always available. DIAL CHARLES TOWN 725-2621 At Your Service -- Always "NOWl ON YOUR LOT | Brick to Square Electric Surface Unit Hood & Fan Standard All copper. of color in bath Siding in Bedroon~ Clean Ceramic 1 Kitchen Cabinets Insulation Shield 240 lb. Aluminum Floor Whttl Standard Construction on center Sub Roof The MICO 5HENANDALE Complete On Your Lot $17,935 Foundation Walls Pargeted and Coated with 2 coat application of water repellent solution, .004 Mill Polyethelene applied to last coat Windows and Door| Choice Selection Health Department Ap- proved Septic System Installed Complete Water System Installed Complete (Note) Cistern Under Garage Stainless Steel or Equal Sink Choice Selection of Light Fixtures Moe--Starlite--Progress Baked on White Enamel Gutters and Down Spouts Excavation @tbject to maximum allowed in contract The Above Floor Can Be Revised At No Additional Cost 4' 0" x 6' O" Brick Fireplace PRE-FAB.--NOT PRE-CUT Local Builder, Local Service, Visit Mieo Model Home Next To Coming Glus, Martinsburg, W. Va. Phone 267-8927 QUAUn' HOME BUILDERS MARTI~S-~^~' sorely needed renovation program of property improvement; new furn,ish~ings for the Chancel, new carpeting, Hymnbooks, and brass ware for the Attar. A dedication Service wi]J be held during May for the new i~tems, and also there will be a dedication ~f the new Parsonage for the whole parish including the Churches of Silver Grove, Murril.1 Hi'll, and-Chestnttt Hill. Mr. George Milton is the Cha,ir- nmn of this committee, and Mr. Humphrey Writ is the ~+arish Lay Leader. The Methodist Youth Fellow- ship Senior High group, wilt be goir~g on a weekend retreat to DIAL 725-5212 Apri----1 11-12-1------3 WALT DISNEY'S "BEAVER VALLEY" ALSO "GENTLE GIANT" ALL IN TECHNICOLOR SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "CINDERELLA" IN COLOR: ALSO - CARTOONS Sun. Thru Wed Apr. 14-17 WALT DISNEY'S "MONKEYS Go HOME" In Color with Dean Jones Mon.-Tues -Wed Thurs~7:30 p. m. Fri Sat.~Sun+ 7 & 9 P. M. MATINEE SUNDAY - 2 P. M. I .2 Amem~'s gk~et mmt~. tme tlmp ttt~ tm ~MmlL $3.00 Per Week SUPERTANE SALES CORPORATION DIAL 725-7087 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. EAST WASHINGTON STREET -~-] For Top Maximum ---H E A T--- Let our top quality heat- ing oil make your home comfortable a n d warm th: w:mier; 72 .221 For Prompt Service R. M: SM! T! Atlantic but W VA. West River Camp in September with Rev. Dr. R. Roderick, as the Sunday Morning speaker. The public is cordially invited to attend the forthcoming Mission ary weekend of May 4 & 5. The Missionary Guest for the pro- gram, s will be The Rev. Richard Babcock, Director of Missions Studies, Houses of Fel,lowship, in Atlantic City. Mr. Babcock is him self, a veteran Missionary to Mala ysia for 10 years. There is to be a covered dish supper on aStttrday Night, and colored sl, ides to be shown after. Mr. Babcock will speak at each of the three church es on Sunday, May 5th. Mrs. W~il- liam Longerbeam is Chairman of this Commission for the Parish. Revival Services Will Begin At Leetown Baptist Church Sunday At 7:3{} Revival services for the Lee- town Baptist Church are now planned for April 14-21 with serv- ices each evening at 7:30 P. M. including Saturday nigttt. The Reverend Jttlian Ovrell, pastor of Berryville Baptist Chu- rch, Berryville, Virginia will be the preacher. Reverend Orrel4 has held sev- eral offices including moderator of the Shenandoah Baptist Associ ation and at the present is serv- ing as a member of a committee of tweny.four, which ts making a study of the total program of Virginia Baptists. "Witnesses To Christ's Resurrection" Sermon For Lutherans Sunday "Witnesses for Christ's Resur- rection," will be the sermon ,theme for the 8" a. m. and 11 a. m. servmes at St. Thomas Lu,th- eran Church in Ranson Sunday, 4t was announced Monday by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. The Sacramen, t of Holy Commun,ion will be celebrated at both serv- ices. The Nursery will be held during Worship for pre-school children. Sunday Clrurch School classes will be a~ 9:45 a. m. for adults, youn,g men and women, and Chdldren, wSth Edwin A. Fitz patrick superintendent Chair Re- hea.rsal will be hold Thursday at It is a second telephone in your home It isn't paying for a separate line into your house. Or paying for a separate number. And it isn't paying a double tele- phone bill. What it is is merely an extension from your present phone. And if you have to dash through the house or scramble downstairs to say out-of-breath hellos, it's something you need. And it isn't a big expense. The cost-- if you choose the basic style and color-- is something like 4 cents a day. (Which is a bargain; you pay about four times that for your regular phone.) It's not even a sensational new fad-- by now four out often homes in America already have an extension phone. And the average family takes over 400 in- coming calls a year on it, and uses it for at least that many outgoing calls Last of all, it wouldn't cost much to try one for a couple of months and this would tell you everything. Whether it is, or isn't, for you, Call our business office or ask the man on the telephone truck. U O 7:30 p. m. Services For Assembly Of God Church Sunday The schedule of church services for Calvary Assembly of God Church in Ranson is announced as follows by Pastor William P. Reed. LOSE WEIGHT Get amamng results when you take our product called SLIMODEX. No prescrip. tion needed. You must lose ugly fat or yaur money back. SLIMODEX is a t~blet and easiiy swallowed, No starving, no special exercise, no harmful drugs. SLIMODEX costs $3.00 ~ud is sold on this GUARANTEE: if not satisfied for any reason, just return the unused port, ion to the makers and get your full money back. SLIMODEX is sold by: MOFFETT'S PHARMACY Charles Town - Mail Orders Filled Mar. 21-6t-pal. ~" OO O~mllllP O~.O41111111~11111. O 4 THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068 - Phones- 876-6043 0"04111111~o,~,04Sl~, O.IIIl~.O 4~.O.~B on /' r ifled ll/Irlng ll's A Vital Part of Your All ElecMc The Polomac Edison Co. Bible Study scheduled for Thu- guests at the home of Mr. rsday, April 11, wii'l not be held due to a C. A. Convention being held in Alexandria, Va The other services planned for Easter Sunday and the fo~,lowing we~k are: Sunday Scbool at 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship at 11:00. Sunday Evening Evangelistic Service at 7:30. Tuesday, ChristAmbassadors meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Bible Study at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Public Meeting There will be a public meeting in the Rippon School Bt~ilding on Tuesday April 16th at 7:30 p. m. This meeting has been caitecl by Garland Heflebower ,to pre- sen ~ ~o ~he community the Hof- sterner Report which is a survey and Recommended Educational Plan for Jefferson Courky. Everyone is invited ,to attend the meeting even ~hongh ~hey may not ,have children in school. Good Friday Service St. John's Episcopal Church at Rij~pon wi, ll hold services on Fri- day, April 12, at 7:30, by the Rev. Frank Wade. Easter Sunday Easter service will be held on Sunday, April 14, at St. John's Episcopal Church at 9:30 by the rector, Rev. Frank Wade. Sunday School wil~ be at 10:30. Miss Ann Smith +miLl arrive on Friday from Arlington, Va to spend Easter with her brother and sister-in,law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randotph Sm,Rh and family at "Silver Springs." Mrs. Charles Adams and daugh- ,ter Martha were guests Saturday afternoon at the home of her brother and sister-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha of Frederick, Mr and Miss Martha Adams ac- companied her cousin Miss Dar. lene Magaha to a skating birthday party at Braddock Heig~hts, Md, on Saturday rtigl+t. Miss Peggy Jenl~ins was a Sun- day night guest ~t the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barton at ~tiles Trai~er Park. I '~iss Elizabeth R. Smith wets among the seventy-eigh~ members of the Senior Glass of Clarke County High School who pitgrG ranged to New York ORy last week-end. The group was accom- v"ur~gDeservesTlle rpanied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles N E. Miley, Mr. and Mrs. W~Rer S 0 N 0 T 0 E oope, Mr. ami Mrs. Maumce Of Hagerstown Wisecarver, Jr and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Pritchard ROY R. FURR, Manager of Sistersville, Va were weekend guests ~at "Silver Springs, home 733 South Potomac Street of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randoll~h Smith, Sr and family. Hag rstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Robe~ Hottsden Phone: Hagerstown and family o{ ArLington, Va Mr. REgent 3-3242 Or, and Mrs. David Kousden and fam- ilyof Shenandoah Junction, Mrs. Charles Town - 725-5391 Gene Somers of Ranson, Mrs. Mol- , ly Rill* d were Sunday dume and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers and family were recently guests at the home of the la,tter's aura, burg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee of BaRi- more were guests a~ the home of ,their aunt, M1"s. MollY Hi,lard, on Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams were among the guests who ~. ,tended the get-toget~er party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGarry of Shenandoah Junction in honor of the latter's brother, Mr. Chuck Duff and his bridedo- be on Thursday night. Recent visitors at the apart- ment of Mrs. J. Str~,~,n Briscoe were Mrs. David HeDonald and ttwo daughters, Kathy Virginia, and K~rol Lee, of Shenandoah Junction, Mrs. C. W. Wal,l and son Oharles, Mrs. Charles Strider of Charles Town, Mrs. Daniel" Ltttz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strider, Mr. and Mr& Mrs. Lula Shepherd of Martins- John W~iker of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. John Myers and two danghtevs" Debbie and Cindy, were Sunday night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and famj.Jy Midshipman Wilt Will Participate In Foreign Affairs Conference ~idshipman Thornton W. WiR, Jr a Ist clan ~t the Urdted States Nav~l Academy, has been selected to participate ,in the eighth annual Naval Academy Foredgn Affairs Conference (NA FAC '68) to be held in Ann~poli+s Conover and Mrs, Maryland, April 24-27, it was an- nounced by Rear Admiral Draper L. Kauffman, Academy Superin- tendent. The subject of ,this year's Con- ference is "/~. r[ca and the Middle East." Midshipman Wilt son of Mr. and Mrs. Tttornton W. W+ilt, of +B~livar Heights, Harpers Ferry, will host studertt delegates from more than I00 colleges and umver sities. Student delegates are carefully selected on the basis of academic achievement and their interest in such fields as international re- +a~ions, ~istory, and political science. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM]ER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1968 B--7 1 U ~ome n Olds "hi? if it's a Cutlass, she'll take one look and kiss you. ; And when you tell her Cutlass cost less money than a lot of cars with low-priced "names," she'll kiss you again. An Olds Can make anyone a hero at home. See your nearest Olds dealer. +