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] Lea uem *sa*churc a* 30 undn*heOperaHousen i ,0h.,R0,eo ,,r,r,SP .OF --R * o.SAOVOC PKi3 y i7,I P. m. Wedlaesd~y - Lutheran Chu- Berryville, Va., the nights of] Seeking THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 ......... I rch Wofhen: ~piphany Circle May 6 and 7 at 8:30 p .m. / To Held At ra~ifi~ I meetS at 10:00 z~ m. at the home Tickets are available at Shen-/ Seat InState Late Ferry High Students To Fort Gordon, Go. (AHTNC) -- ember 1965 and completed 1~ ...... I of Mrs. Robert Trail; Trinity Cir- Val in Winchester White's Phar- 1 ~. The May meeting of the Lawson I cle meets at 2:00 p .m. at the macy in Berryvifle, by calling Pet. Harry W Hamilton Jr, training at Fort Gordon, O'~i Botts Cha~ ter United Dau-hters I hme of Mrs. John Rupley; Emm- 955-1208 or 955-2587 or at the box I ~ From 1 65 District Attelld Symposium whose ,parents live on Route 1, attended Charles Town, ~ ,,~ ~h,~ r,,,P~o~{,o,,~ ,,m ~' h=1,41anuel Circle meets at 8:00 p. m. office before each performance. I ~ Stiles Trailer Court, Charles Town lSeneL | ~" ~"." "~:~."~"~'."~'. ?."..'~ "~ ?'~": I at the home of Mrs Charles Rams - - I ~,~.,o.,o., u,~n John I. Rogers, of Keyser for- Misses Margaret Byrer, 716 Jeff completed eight weeks of mill-/ _..,~ ~l~es~ay' May re,1 at z:~ ins~eaa{h....~ .... ~h,,i,. ......................... ,-ohoo~:ool ,, "Ph,,,.~. i~ll~ll~a~?~f~l~.'~ml~'a I. .~ ~. ........ -,,-.~, S,d,,,~h.,~L,,,,, ~ mer member of the W. Va. house erson Avenue and Barbara Hunt, tary police training at the Army~ ATTEND ChlURCH SUN~IP of on the regU ar meeting date, | -'a-" a ....... - [ ~ ~ of delegates from Mineral County .5[~ gmtth Gp~nr~p_ .qtr~pt will r~ Training Center at Fort Gordan, [ " it was ana6unced this week by[u y L ,.ou p.m. ~ I~A~T~Jt| ] ................ o .............. " Is seeking a seat in the West Vw- nresent Chario 'Pawn High Ga., April 29. Hamilton's training/ , ,. I Mrs. Harry Puster. The meeting],, ~ ,~. '-- ~ ',.. DI'iI~LII|UI~ ] ginia Senate from the 16th Dis. School ..... : ........ --'' included instruction in civil and[ [ L| mll~ II I ;| ~11 II | will be held at Cassills and the [ woman S v~lUl~/0 ~l'atilt ffllSS ........ i ~ | ii 00d . . 1 and M~ss Patsy Ramey of tract on the RepubhCan ticket. 1-13rnprg Worr*,f nnd I~.a~L. T .~,dnn military law, traffic control, map ] ~ ~"] 211 | | ~ hostesses will ,be Mrs. John L, [ ~1" Margaret nousero [ .srv,nU t Mr Rogers, who was a member o'-f-Ba~k'ert'~n'-" 1""" v ........... reading, prisoner of war control, ] I ! I "V t ! I l~ll Burns and Mrs. Puster. . | ~, ~__, ~, ~ ~ Aq ~,~.:~.~g:~.'~.~::~d~l __. wi I re resent Harp- A white Elephant sale will be!i lel [ rievlew May~1 Mr and Mrs David Ga~,ebv ,f/ Lesson for May 8, 1986 of the House of Delegates for .' - and self-defense. The 20-year-old~ z ......... ers Ferry High at the h,gh school soldier entered the Army in Dec-i' [.,~ril]~rl~l~l]i ~j ~cven ~erms IS a canuma~e zor honor svmDosium to be held at one of the features of the ~eet._ ................... Eigle' were evening guests' of/ the unexpired senate term now - - in- ] The oumor aau w~- ... ' ..... i~ro~md S~rip~ve: II Chronicle,17through 20............. Shepherd College, Tuesday, May .... : ..... : .... "'" -": ....~-~-m m.-~ I-m , ~" ~ .... ] man's Club will hold a Talent Re- ~v~ss iviargare~ nouser. ] D,,o,io,o~ ho~i,~: p~o,~ s~. I nero oy ~ars. ~aKer, ~em- 10, it was announced this week I view at the Charles Town Junior Mr. and Mrs. David Gagby ac- I Every man, woman and child t ocrat of Moore~eld. The term by Herbert R. Cottrill, Jr., Princi. T H E [ ~aur Iliaring Deserves The 8is t Idl. runs mrougn ~. pal of Charles ToWn Htgh and/ t [ ne ~nul~n in |owr /8.00[ HighnSchOOlm AdmissionFriday' MaYAdults27, -lat nouserCmpameUmo~orea" oy _ ~vnSSto washington, l~a'rgareg [ is important in the sight of God, I The 55-year-old Rogers, a native Norman Mullins, principal Harp- S O N O T O N ] 'U ..... " I%.--,,,,, !~.. [ and s~hooi age children 50c. "~ '[ D. C., on Sunday and attended the/ but some persons are more im- o~ r~eyser, is owner and manager ers Ferry High. MRVIH L STRII)FR CO. Of Hagerstowl llUIl~i~ ,]ttlr~ !-01" ~ 'l~nere will be a King and Queen I silver anniversary reception !n [ portant than others. That is, it of Rogers Transfer Company ~n The ~roun are amon~ ~-me _~n ~l~ ]/of Charm and this selection will I] honor of the uev. and Mrs. wu-|/ makes no great deal of difference Keyser and he is also a farmer. ] honor ~ra(l~uat~s .-~ "'~'o~'", ~,~, ] C 0 L O N I h L / ROY R. FURR, Mann utherans b "ud ed b the be an irl liam Wesley Dodge at Congress L e ~ g Y y d g . . . whatfence andld JohntatkingDOe,outSittingof Onig.a He is the only delegate in the his-I were invited to~thff~,,ec~a:',u~ch~- m..~j |having the largest number of paid I Heights Methodist Church .in the [ pure tory of Mineral County to be ele-]e-- swmn'~'iuTM ~,~,:~,,~-oa" !~,, *h:] FUNERAL HOME I 733 South Potomac St~ c ed seven terms to the West Vlr. I colic e's Publ ..... -'- "The Church in YoUr House," 1TM. All entries will be pre- so:[~:~kroom zrom tour unto s~x/ I/norance, thinks t .... a..-e ...... v ......... ., .... - g le Kelauons com- the country ought gm, enHuU:e of hdel geate a DUring[ mitree to give recognition to out I Charles Town l Hagerstown, Md. will be the sermon subject Sun- sentea a gif~ along with the ~ing -- " - ......... [ i~11 to be doing. It Phone Hagerstow da mornin t 8' ann ~meen WhO Wnl De crownea Mr ann ~ars william ]rianagan ~ . ..... ~-. ~ ~.~s., ,,,~ ,.~ .,,~ [ standing graduating seniors. " I Shepherdstown [ ...... 42 Or y g at he .30 and 11 " - ; - - "~-" " d] does make acre.has ~rv, un .. [ | tt~gen o-az a. m. services at St. Thomas Luth There will be four cash prizes an(] ~wr. o. A. ~mnagan mo~ore / liFZ~l mendous differ- committee and other major com-/,-1 ,,, ~,~ . ,-. . 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 eran Church, in Ranson, it was~for the best talent which will to Washington on Sunday inn vis-] i ~l ence what Richard mittees. ] l*O TO Ullurcn unaay | Charles Town announced by the Rev. Richard i be Ju(~ged by out of town persons, ited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kea.rns~ ~i~ Roe thinks, not E. Neal, pastor. I The committee selected to get ann. a~enaed me .sneer we(~mng I~ ~ just because he ......... ,= -, ............. !talent is" Mrs James Watson Jr, annwersary receptmn in nonor ot m nl has the brains lut/l~t~-y /J~/U UUZ'Ill]~ WO3flZl) ~ " " ' " " i for "re ache.., chiln~-" e,,,,a=,. ; Mrs. Laird Marshall, Mrs. James Rev. and Mrs. Will am Wesley lii: that John Doe ChurCh "SchoOl at~ 9~.~"a ~"'fg~. ] Gore; Mrs. Robert Watson, and Dodge at Congress Heights Meth- Dr. Foreman never had, but be- adults, young men and women, Mrs. O. S. Bloom. odist Church. cause people who listen to Mr. and children; James E. Brand, Persons wishing to enter please Mrs. Robert Watson and Mrs. Roe and take him seriously will Superintendent. Senior Luthe~ contact Mrs. James Watson, Jr., Blanche Lewis visited their sister, find that their choices are in League meets at the parsonage at whose address is: Charles Town, Mrs. Eva Marcus in Baltimore, many ways affected by Mr. Roe's 5:00 p. m. Intermediate Luther RFD, or any of the above corn- Md., over the weekend. mittee members. It is important Mrs. M. D. Welsh, Jr., who has .., to have a variety of talent, there- been a patient in the Charles P A P R I ifore, anyone is eligible to enter. Town Hospital has returned .... ~""-- ~1 Another active arid important home, For Wram)in & Printin ] eom~itted is in charge of finding Mrs. Ann~ Bond, of Harpers plp]~n," D~nrl~ " R] the King and Queen of Charm Ferry is. visiting her son-in-law ,~'~'*,~'~...~.""~"~'*" K] who will reign over the Review. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Towels, llssues, JU~lgS ~tllf you desire to have your child LOCKER SUPPLIES tpartieipate, please call Mrs. James lace Gifft ,and family., For Homes - Stores, Etc. Gore, Mrs. Kenneth Jenkins, Mrs. j~[. Chides P"---' Jr. .... .__Lr g l Car], Benton, Mrs Richard Ad-/UI |O, .... ~m~ .~u~wr~ ,-,,-. ~larhs' Mrs. Man~ing Kelley, Mrs. Rres Wi .e~L~lll~'x'.~tu '_~'J~ ~u.~[ Entry Kable, Mrs. Paul-Meyers, Ha~erstoWn, Md. .... e[ and Lyndia Warnick. The age Expefl H-14 PHON -R- ent 9 0600 limits for the charm contest will b v.g - ~J be~ from 6 years to 12 years oi~ At Fort Jec.SOns S. C. e Is [,il marked. There will be a meeting of all committees and their members at the Hilliary House on Tuesday, May3, at 7:45 p. m. Blue Ridge Players To Present "The Silver Whistle" In Berryville The Blue Ridge Players of Clarke County' will present '"the Silver Whistle", for the benefit of the Clarke County Educational for mental ill.e.? OLD DOMINION Yaa bdped ~btu']C~ a ~uture ~or children without the fear of polio, diphtheria and smallpox. You, who helped support s~ientific re? search, contr~utcd to ~ c0~[- quest of these dread diseases ... but Wh~t of mental illness? Mental illness strikes mbfe "chil- dren and aduRs.., it creates Jefferson County, Association Of Mental Health CHARLES TOWN, & 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Sales & Service G. E. Appliances A Beaetlful Line Of MODERN FURNITURE Telephone 725-2811 WEBSTER "In every field them Fa one ot/tstandlng to 811 others are compared. In memorials, that one is Rock of Ages, the only me m rtal both tO you and to the cemetery where it is erected. You get this exclusive Double Protection Witi n tala thatbNr thla- l": " 109 WEST JOHN ST. MARTINSBURG, W. VA, TELEPHONE 267-6141 FLOYD G. ODOM, Ownm' '" _ , , , Fort Jackson, S, C. (AHTNC) Army Pvt. Charles W. D'Angelo Jr., whose parents live in Mill- ville, fired expert with the M-14 rifle near completion of his basic combat training at Fort Jackson, S. C., April 15. The expert rating is the highest mark a coldier can achieve in his rife qualification test. The 19-year-old soldier is a 1965 graduate of Harpers Ferry High School. ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFER- SON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Betty Link Walters Plaintiff V Civil Action No. 809 Harry Nell Walters Defendant 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony,) To the Above Named Defendant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Harry Nell Walters is a non-resident of the State of .West Virginia, it is here by ordered tha~ he serve upon Roger J. Perry plaintiff's attorney whose address is 104 W. Congress Street, Charles Town, West Vir- ginia, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before May 23, 1{166. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon prop- er hearing and trial, may betaken against you for the relief demand- ed in the complaint. A copy Of said complaint can be obtained from the tlndersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court this 15th day of April,, 1066 MARY L. RIGGLEMAN CLERK OF COURT April 21-3-t. MAKE SURE Of a full month's profit each and every month! Save by the IOth; em'n fron the ZSL 41A% Current Rate Per Annum SAVING$ & LOAN ASS'N. I00 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. @ Dial 9.1001 ideas, be they what they may, The important people in any gen- eration, then, are those whose decisions affect the decisions of others, perhaps millions 0lechers. ] EVERY SPHERE IS GOD'S The most important people of all (though they may not realize it themselves) are those whose own personal decisions are ori- ented to GOD always, andwho in- fluence others for God. One thing should be made dear to begin With: A person can serve God equally well in church or state. An officer in the church may be a man of God, but so may an official in the state. David was not even a priest, but he was a man of God. Who shall deny the rifle ~God's man" to the Emperor Constantine, or the scientist Louis Pasteur, or the poet Browning, or Doctor Grenfell, missionary on the Labrador coast, or to Lord Salisbury who did so much to make life livable for workingmen in England, or to William of Or- ange and Gusatavus Adolphus, military heroes of the Reforma- tion, or the unknown artists in stone, who conceived and pro- duced the great cathedrals of Eu- rope, or great musicians like J.S. Bach, or a many-sided genius SUCh as Albert Schweitzer? These were "secular" men. that is to say ~hembst part unordained, but with stronger influence for God than most ministers, rabbis or priests. POWER OF APPOINTMENT The Old Testament gives us the picture of the good king Je- hoshaphat. He deserves the ad- jective good, and showed how good he was by using wisely the greatest opportunity for truly Inv. portant people, namely the power of appointment to imp0rtant posts men of character and influ- ence. We give a thought today to judges in particular. This king was specially careful about get- ring able judges for the country. What the Bible tells us about Judges is as wise today as the day it was written. Let us run down a list of qualifications or duties as we find them in II Chronicles 19. (I) The good judge will know that beyond all human resp~n~ sibility he is first and always responsible to GOD. (2) A good judge is available. To put that another way, a too-crowded docket, or too few judges for the population, slows down and de. feats the purpose of the courts. (3) The purpose of the law (this should go without saying)is Justice. Not .to make the judge rich, not to make the courts fear- ed, not to use up the tax-payers' money, but to see that all parties get a square deal. Justice has various forms. Cynics will tell you that laws and courts exist to e~t~ench the rich and powerful Kttd keep the ~littis man" in hhs place. On the contrary, justice, real |ustiee, means protecting the weak f~om the strong. One acid t~t of courtroom justice is: Can a poor man get Justice here? COURAGEINGOURTS It takes courage to be a ~udge. Some times he needs physical courage, and always moral tour- age. He needs courage to,,, stand by a ruling he knows to be right. He needs courage to make what he knows will be an unpopular decision. He needs courage to change his mktd, tOO, ff ha comes to be convinced that he was~ ~r~o~ng, R takes courage to admitI The glory of Incon*upflble men --this is the great reward of those who appointed them, (hsed on oetUnm c~pyr~Med by *e Oh~a Churches d Christ I~ I~t U. A, R~lee|ed by 'C~.~ily lb~iS~rvkeJ Go To Church Sunday Our artist is not experiment. ing with his brush! There is a profound difference between these two days... MOTHER'S Day --- with the accent on Mother -- is the sec- ond Sunday in May, when we honor Motherhoodt and express our deep affection for Mother. Mother's DAY -- with the ac- cent on Day -- is evec day of the year. It is Mother's tmem~- ing labor of love. It is Monday's wash and Tuesday's ironing, the meals to be cooked and the beds to be made, the bruises to be healed and the prayers to be heard. And at the close of her DAY, Mother has prayers of her own --- for her little-ones, her hhs- band and herself. God ts ar swering man), of those prayers through the Church. With its effective pro- gram of religious ducation and worship the Chtirch can supply the spiritual needs in Mother's DAY... and in your DAY nisei Copyr~ht 1966 Kd~r ~ ~ lne. 3mu~bur&, Vs. Sunday Monday Tuesday Weclnesday Thursday Friday Soturday Pr~e~s ~ Pro~erlm Proverbs Ephesions Ephestons Exodus ~orinthion$ I:1-9 I0:I-7 ~1:10-31 5:22.33 6:1-4 20:I-12 13:1-13 THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WOHSHIP EACH WEEK. SOUTHERN STATES Clm4es Town Coe rative Iae. , , , " J tJ ...... "" TO SELL IT--- BUY IT ADVERTISE IT-IN THE SPIRIT - ADVOCATE i J. RUSSELL INC. PHILCO DEKLER Town, W. Ya ,El ne CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER ZcCLtrm n. Wn,LINGRA Owner Phone Clmrl Tewn, W, Va SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H, W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial L mrl Town, W, Vs. t , ............. KABLE OIL CO,, INC. ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725-7510 Charles Town, W. VL HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD (30. IIAI I )WN, W. V& l I , ...... RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC, RANSON, W, VA. ]PHONE - 725-7072 *-- ~$-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Tewn. W. Vs. Phone 55G?0N SUDLBY FUNERAL HOME H. 8. CLOPPER, JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill-Dale Shopping Center Phoae 72~]~081 Charles Town, W. VS. | | tl JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. 8HERWIN,WILLIAI PAINTS Phone 72 A5 Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON MACHINE WORKS IL~one 72.T~1 Ransom. W. Vjb J. EDWARD MAGAELA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR A,PPLIANCE more Geerge St. Phone WES'I'ERN AIYTD ASSOCIATE STORE E. SENSENEY, Owne Charlm Towa, W. Vs. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE HOME of BETI~R Clt des Tow W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORIKq RANSON, W. VA. J COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town,. W. V~ Martinsburg, W. Va.. Leesbur VJ'= 8hephordstown, W: Va.