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April 23, 1964

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SCIIEDUI, E FOR 60 SECONDS INSPIRATION By telephoning number t200, ! Charles Town, a recorded mess- age, one minute in length may be located on Fairfax Blvd. al Fifth I heard. These da ly messages are l Ave, in Ransom announces the l desi~,med to ~ivc inspiration for following schedule of services. (la:il5 living{. Thi ~'o '" u i~ pro T',w~;(lav ttn'ot~gh Sm~day April t ~" . vi0ed by lhe ( tmries Town {'res- 2{i, sm:ciai services will continue SEI{VICES FOR CALVARY ASSEMBLY GOD (~IIURCii The I{ev, William l'. I{eed, pas- {or (if Calvary Asscml)ly of God, ;d 7::if} I'. M. wilh Evangelisls Ii(ln~ Koonce and Ellen Black- >' :il, 5anday School at 10:00 A. M. I Morning Worship at 11:00. "PROOF FOR ALl, WIIO I DOUBT" SERMON SUNDAY PRES!~YTER1AN CIIURCH The third in a series of ser-I mons on the general theme "The i Continuting Easter" will be prea-' ched in the Charles Town Presby- terian Church by lhe minisler, Carlyle A. Mcl)onald, on Sunday, April 26 at lhe 11:00 A. M. wor- ship hour. The topic of this ser- mon will be "Proof - - For All Who Doubt." Church School for all ages will be at 9:45 A. M. A Bible Study on the three letters of John, John I, :II, and IH, will be given by the minister at 7:00 P. M. on Sunday ...................................................................................... Evening, April 26. The public is cordially invited to the above mentioned services. Nursery care will be provided during the 11:00 o'clock service. : The two youth groups, one for Junior ttigh young people and the other for Senior High young people meet each Sunday evening On April 26 the groups will meet at the following times: Senior High at 6:30 P. M. and Junior ~High at 6:00 P.M. [ "CALLED TO THE MINISTRY" SERMON [ FOR LUTHERANS SUNDAY I t "Called to_ the_ Ministryf: wittJ be the sermon subject Sunday for the 8:30 and 11:00 a. m. Worship services at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson, it was annou- nced Tuesday by the Rev. Rich- ard Neal, pastor: Nursery held during worship for pre-school children. Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m. for children, young people and adults Donald W. Snyder, Superinten- dent. Luther League meets at the parsonage at 6:30 p. m.; topic --- g and Smoking." Thurs- day, Senior Choir rehearsal at Episcopal Church on Sunday, Ap-' ril 26 at 9::30 by the rector, Rev. I Temple Wheeler. Sunday School will be at 10:30. Birth of Son Mr. and Mrs. William Temple ,&lien are receivinv, cengratula- tions on the birth of a son in Charles Town General Hospital on Wednesday, April 15. The new arrival weighed six pounds and 12 ounces at birth and has been named Jeffrey Scott Allen." Mrs. Allen is the former Mises Juanita Jones. Mrs. Allen and her young son Jeffrey Scott and two of her children Buddy and Libby Allen have been spending the past week at the home of her niece and 'family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nic- ' odemus and family. Patient in Hospital Mrs. Garland Heflebower, ,lr., returned from Winchester Memo- rial tlospital where she under- went surgery. Mrs. tteflebower i returned to the hospital on Fri- day night for several days while undergoing treatment. "Best wishes to you Elsie Mae for a very speedy recovery. "Mr. Lee Covert entered the Charles Town General Hospital ~xv,, ml',2es~a'~ i'a, -%asereat'ix,'~, ~a-du treatment and returned home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr., and Mrs. John Lock Burns attended the "Saint Joan" play that was written by George Ber- nard Shaw and staged Saturday night at Zion Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Presgraves and children, Katherine and Jim- my, ,and nephew Ronnie Hough of Boyce, Va., were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll. Elizabeth R. Smith and her tlouse. " ........ Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wood were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley apd family, Weody Tumb- lin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cham- blin of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Puckel,t and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cham- btin and son Herbert, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell and daughter Margaret and grand- daughter Vicky. David Wiley spent the week- end with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Elliott of M'iddleway. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr., and their daughter, Mary Randolph Smith returned on Wednesday from a visit to Mor- ganlown where they visited their daughter, Ruth Rogers Smith who is a student at West Virginia University. She will spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith at their home, "Silver Springs." Janice Wiley is confined to her home with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were guests in Front Royal, Va., on Saturday night at the homo SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATI THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964 By Kani Lane Mgr. Charles Washington Theatre "PYRO---THE MAN WITHOUT A FACE" showing Thur., Fri., wil 23-24. This ~s concerned "CIIARI)AE" showing Sun., Mon., 'I'l!cs., Wed., April 26-27-2~- 299. tIere is a suspensefut tI~rill- er that is well made and loaded with romance, fun, murder, and action amid the sights and back- grounds of Paris. Cary Grant is slill the same old smoothie, and his pairing with Audrey tiepburn here is a solid move. I POLLYANNA CLASS TO IlOLi) PUMMAGE SALE The Potlyanna Class Bolivar Methodist hold a rummage sale on May 2 in lhe room next V. F. W. Beginning at 9 Read The Spirit - !i