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s ADVq R AY, MAY][i,H Ethel Buzzard tractor on,de Everhart was a resultin~ i~lle'r guest ,with her bro- off and ~w[~.lly Mr. and Mrs. Gar ae neck w~tin Chestnut Hill. ai~m suff~ Cogle returned to ,her ffather w~nday after spending ~ek wit'h her sister and ~w Mr. :and Mrs. En- I in Hagerstown, Md. ~-1"~ ~ld Buford of Fort Eus- ~,~ speuding a ffurlough ~{e 1Mrs. Betty Buford of her parents Mr. Cogle. Gift spent Saturday day Sunday ,wi~h family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sp~tler, Mr. Staubs and son e, Md. were weekend their mother ~Virs. trd and family. ][Mrs. ~usserl Cogle and ~ ~S. El lie Piper, Mr. ,and ~_~r Cogle, Mrs. Leona " ~ daughter were Sun ~ wi,th Mr. and Mrs. ~ ~,es and family in Ha- ~d. Mrs. John %Vhi,tehair Harpers Ferry were with ~VIr. and Mrs. and sons. lutes in tra capac- heat Town, dee) VALUABLE Mrs. Delma Staubs and son Log sons of Mannlngs, Mrs. Ollie Hawk ie of Baltimore, Md. are spe~ding this week wi.th her mobher Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and fatally. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ca,ptain Rodgers and family were Sunday evening visi~tors wit,h Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rodgers in Ransom tinsburg on Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children of Mannings, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Bruns- wick, Md. were 'Sunday guests wi~t~ ~heir ~parents ~VIr. ,and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and Arlene Maphis were visitors with t~heir daughter and Cavnily Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair in Harpers Ferry recently. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard, Mrs. Delma Stau, bs and son Lewis, Nancy Dav- is, Mr. and Mrs. C,aptain Rodgers a~d children Mike ,and Nor~na were Monday evening visitors with IMr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and family in Mannings. ill health I will sell at Public Auction, located of Berryville, Va., Clarke County, 1 mile 340, at West Virginia Line., Follow Sale Signs on of Chestnu Hill were Sunday call ~ers with Mr. and WIrs. Walter Cog te and family and Mrs. Mary Cog is. Birthday Party Judy Cogle celebrated her ,twel- th birthday on Saturday wiOh ,a party given by her mother ~Mrs. Frank Cogle, Pa,xla a~d Darlene Everhart, Linda and 'Sandra Staubs Janice Cogle, Nancy Da- vis Ed~,t~h Longerbeam, Donna and Ernestine Sterling. Doris Cog le, Linda and Marie Cook, Libby White, Lucilla Cogle and Rheta Jackso~ were those present to ~help her celebrate. Refreshments of cake, ~op, potato chips and ,can dy were served. Judy received many nice presents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children Mrs. Leona Everhavt and d,aughter motored to Hagerstown, Md. on Sunday afternoon a~d brought home their mo~.her Mrs. Mary Cogle who was visiting with her sister IMrs. Mamle Holmes and f,~mily. Sorry to hear that Mrs. Holmes' is very ill. Mr. ,and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son were Sunday guests wi.th Mr. and Mrs. David Brackets and fam- ily in Mlllville. Miss Ruby Engle of Chestnut .Mr. and Mrs. Russell Co~le and Hill was a visitor with her sister Children, Mr. Ellie Piper were Sun and family Mr. aud Mrs. Walter day callers with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cogle and Tamely. Waters and family in Bedmgton. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove .and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cogle and children, Mrs. Annie Grove .and grandson Dale were Sunday ,after- noon visitors with Mr. and ~Mrs. Gifford Jenkins a~d Mrs. Maggie Mowley in 4Martinsburg a,lso call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Staubs while there. Mr. and Mrs. RayTnond Howell ANTIOI~ES: and faxnily, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Howell, Mr. ~and Mrs. Nelson Grove and gamely of Chestnut Hill were 'Sunday visitors wi.th Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and .f~mily. , MAY 20, 1959 BEGINNING AT ONE P. M. (E. S.T.) UE FURNITURE, ETC. Mahogany Clock with Moon Face, made in 1806; Solid Walnut Chest of Drawers, made in i(exceilent con~tition); Irom Clock in good running 2 Marble Top Dressers, Acorn Poster Bed, Ms- Secretary Chest, Small Walnut Table, Solid Walnut Old Sofa, Mahogany ,Sideboard, Round, Gate Dinner Bell, Single Walnut Bed, Mahogany Large Collection of Bayonets and Swords; Large Buffalo Horns, Collection of Old Pictures, large and including one large picture of I. G. Parker Lee; agChair, Large Collection of Books dating back to 1700; I of Andirons, Silver Canteen, Brass Candlesticks, Horn, 2 Mexican Bridles, 3 Dv~wer Coin Chest, Lot Trunks, 6 Mahogany Dining Room Chairs, Old Flat 10 Cups and Saucers of Haviland China; Large Col- of Individual Salt Containers, Lot of Other Dishes, One Horse Drawn 4-Wheel Trap; and Other Arti- numerous to mention. !ASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. A. R. ARNETTE PHONE 103-W-ll ORNDORFF, Auctioneer, MORELAND, Clerk. 7 and 14 - 2t. BERRYVILLE, VA. MORE PROOF,..|I pays !o feed PURINA Mrs. John Corriger~ Fayettevilie, Tennessee a amng our ~. al~d Laura Carriger have grown rapidly in the dairy ~7~ 'In the beginning, we bought old cows with i~reCOrds,'' says John. "We're depending on their ~l~,~e" fed the Purina Way.., to give us the kind of ~vrodueing herd we want." i~ ~ther good dairymen,. . Mr. and Mrs. Carriger know tyros of today will be m the milking string tomorrow; ~_ asmg our future on Parma-fed calves, say Mr. -,rE, Carriger. i~oa~ the look of the Carrigers' ~t ' their future is bright! F ~f~r details of Purina's feeding ~,~f~agement program for dairy ~t ,~llowed by the Carrigers and ~i~~1~ dairymen wherever cows i " l rtaat. " 17 CHARLES "TOWN, W, VA. {:pl. Charles A. {:rum With ,Marines In Korea Pohang, Korea (FHTNC)-Mar- ine Acting C~I. Charles A. Cram, son of IMr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Cram of Ten t~h Avenue, Ranson. W. Va. is serving wi,th the Third Marine Divison which took part in "Opera,rich Sea Turtle" April 27-30 at Pohang, Korea. "Sea~ Turtle" was the largest combined U. S. and Republic of Korea amphibious exercise ever staged. ,Helicopter landings were em,ploy ed in a vertical envelopment as- sault on the beaches to supple- ment the landiwg of ground troops by the ,traditional boat-carried, me thod. U. S. Marines have explored a~d developed the tactics,1 advan- ~ta:ges of 'helicopters as weapons in amphibious warfare ,and ROK Marines have been trained to also utilize ~he "chopper's" capabiti:t- ies. Upon completaon of the exer- cise ~he Division returned o its home base on Okinawa. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Read The SI~IRIT~ADVOCATE ) NOTICE! WHEREAS on the 13bh day of April, 1959, C. W. ,S~ker, dba Spiker Motor Sales, East Washing ton Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, under the ~rovisions of Chapter 38, Article 11, Section 4 of the Code, gave notice to Ralph Young, 424 Sou,th Broadway, Wheeling, West Virginia .that un less the amount of One Hundred Forty Two ~nd 50/100 Dollars ($142.50), plus storage on sa~l ve- hicle at the rate of fifty-cents per day from April 13. 1959 until ,the date of sale was paid on or before the 28th day of April 1959 to Spiker Motor Sales .for repairs, im provemen.~s and s~orage on .tha.t certain 1952 Ford Stationwagon, Serial Number BgBF108774, t:he same would be sold at public auc- tion; and, WHEREAS the said Ralph Young has failed to pay the said sum due and owning on the same; and, W~IER~EAS the said Spiker Mo- tor Sales is 'holding he said ve- hicle to satisCy ,i,ts lien thereon ag,ainst Ralph Young, the owner or person on whose .accoun't the automobile is held. Notice is hereby given .that the said Spiker Motor Sales will sell ~he said described vehicle at pub- lic auction ,to sabisfy its lien a- gainst trne same in front of the Court House in Charles Tqwn, West Virginia, on the 16th da~" of May, 1959 at 10:30 o'clock A. M. Eastern Daylig.ht Time. C. W. SPIKER DBA ~piker Motor Sales Charles Town, W, Vs. April 30 and May 7 Yes, we welcome "family trade." We hope you will make this your Family Drug Store. You will appreciate our ample stocks, courteous service and fair prices. Do come in- ohcn. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Phone 173 Charles Town, W. Vs. Bible Material: II Samuel 7; 11 through 12; 1 Kings 1:540. Devotional Reading: Psalm ~l:l-lff. Faoing My Sin Presbyterian Church Circles Meet ,Monday The Circles of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church will .meet Monday, 'May 11. No. 1, Mrs. William Stuck, chair man at 3:00 P. M. at ,the chapel. No. 2, Mrs. Francis Whi,tting- .ton, chairman at 2:00 p. m. ~t the Chapel. No. 3, Mrs. Fratqk Bane, chair- man at 10:30 a.. m. ,with Mrs. Henry Dutrow. No. 4, Mrs. Ra,loh Sager, chair- man ,at 8:00 p. m. w~th circle No. 6 at the home of Mrs. Edward Spinks. Lmson for May 10s 1959 No. 5, Mrs. Charles Strider, Jr., chairman at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Rob " era ,Hockensmi'th. ~AST WEEK something wa~ said No. 6, .Mrs. Abner Hockensmit'h, l..# about David learning a hard chairman at 8 ,p. ,m. with 'Mrs. Ed lesson the hard way: namely that ward Spinks. not even a king, an absolute mort- No. 7, Mrs. Emory Kable chair arch, is so highly placed that the man at 8:00 O. m. with Mrs. ~ar- law of God no longer concerns him. old Barr. David lived in a time when in most No. 8, Mrs. Robert K. Wal% Jr. chairman at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. kingdoms the king's will was law. David Marler. Even if what he did was wrong Roy. Bullett Announces for most people, Services For Charles tf he did it he c o u I d n' t b e Town - Harpers. FerrY wrong, for he was The Rev. Homer H. Bulle~t. pas king. The brave tor of the Charles Town-Harpers ~rophet Nathan brought David to his senses; he made him face his own sin. The Dr. Foreman whole story is there in II Samuel, and has often been told. We can Harpers Ferry. Thursday, May 7 The Gospel Chorus o~ Mount Zion Methodist Church Charles Town will sponsor a musicr~l program at 8 p. m. DST at the church. There will be var- ious choirs from out of .town to ~ppear on fine program. The pub- lic is iuvited. Sunday, May 10 John Wesley Church, Harpers Ferry 10:00 A. M. Sunday school; 11:00 a. m. wors~hip and sermon music ~by ,the Senior Choir. amount Zion Church Charles Town 9:45 a. m. Sunday School; 8 p. m. Evening wors~p and ser- mon. Sunday, May 17 3 p. m. annual Women's Day Sunday, May 24 11:00 a. m. annual Men's Day a,t Haxpers Ferry. Mrs. {:lagett, Speaker For Yokefellows Sunday Guest speaker for the Yoke- fellows Bible Class of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church this iSunday morning will be 'Mrs. Mary Clagett. Convening ,prompt- ly at 9:45 a. m. the class extends a cordial invitation to all visitors. President of the class, Harry J. Cain, asks Shat all members of the class make a s~pecial effort to a, ttend Sunday monning and bring a friend or guest with them. Ferry charge of the Methodist Knights Temular Will Church announced Monday ,the i I-I~,~ X~onslo, ~o~v;oe following schedule of services for ='~'%'." .. ~"".~. "' .~'~' ""; Thursday evening and Sunday for [ ivleinoolst t~nurcn ~unoay MS. Zion Church in Charles Town - ---- and the John Wesley Church a~; The annual Ascension Service of Po~m,ac Commandry No. 5, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS AI)VOCATE t THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959 5---B Knights Templar will be held i~ I eral public are cordially invittd to the ~Methodist Church in Charles ~ tend these services. Rev. Robert Town, W. Vs. on Sunday, May 10 |H. Hiller, pastor of the cimrch 1959 at 7:30 P. M. EDT. All Sir|wilI deliver tl~e message. Knights, their ladies and t'he gen I I learn much from it; for it shows one way in which we can do what we all hate to do and some people never can do: face our own sins and admit that they are sim~ and that we committed them. To Know "You can't carve rotten wood." My an old Chinese proverb. And no prophet or preacher is going to get far making any one face his sins if the person involved has no notion of any difference between right and wrong. A conscience can be educated; but who can educate what isn't there ? Now David had a conscience; that is, he knew that some things are right and some are wrong. When Nathan told him that made-up story about the rich man and the poor man and the lamb, David was hot. The rich man was wrong, David saw; very wrong, wrong enough to be executed on the spot. If David had reacted calmly to Nathan's story--if his response had been something like, "Well, that's a rtth man for you," or "After all, that poor man was relieved of an expensive luxury," Nathan would have got nowhere with him. The first thing I need in order to face my sin, when that time comes, is to know, down in my bones, that sin is real, that some things are right and others are wrong. If I think "right" and "wrong" are Just emotional words, meaning no more than "I like it" and "I don't like it," then I shall never face my own sin, I shall never even know what is eatihg away my soul, To Imagine Another thing is needed before I can face my sin. I must be able to imagine what it is like to be sinned-against. When David got so angry about that story Nathan told him, he wasn't angry about what happened to the rich man, though that would be a tragedy too. He was angry about the incident, be- cause in his mind's eye he could see exactly how the poor man felt. (Was this because David's own father had been a sheep-herder?) Now no one up to that time had ever stolen a wife from David. He had done some wife-stealing even before the time of Bathsheba, but he had never seen the wrong in it. Wife-stealing was a recogmzed privilege of kings in those days. By a brilliant, inspired single thrust when David's guard was down, that prophet made David see as it were in one flash what he had done to Uriah and to Bathsheba. To Confess There is a step beyond seeing that I have sinned. This is admit- ting that I see it. But there are two ways of admitting one's sin, whatever It may be. One is the "so what?" approach. "Yes, I did it, but it isn't very bad . . . Yes, I admit tt, but I couldn't help it I did it, but am I so much worse than a hundred other people? . .. Yes, I did it, but why not forget the whole thing, shall we?" This is not facing my sin at all. It is only ad- mitting an act without seeing what a San it is. The other way of ad- mitting sin is to feel a deep sense of shame before God and man too. :It is to stop excusing and defend- ing myself, it iS to take sides (so to speak) with the prosecution, it Is to see myself no longer fit to be a companion for God or men. If what I can feel about m7 sin can be expressed in the language of the 51st Psalm, then there can be some hope for me. If I do not despise my sin, if I do not somehpw share God's feeling about it, then I shal~ go on down and down. It ts only when I see the pit into which I am falling, and see that it is a bottom- less pit, that I am ready to be res- cued~ (Base~ bu o~tIlnes eopyrls the Division of Christian National Council of the Churches of 'Christ In the ~U. ft. A. Rele&sed by Community -Press Servia,). NEXT WEEK-,ANOTHER LESSON. RELIGION FOR THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE I~HURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is storehouse of spiritual value*. Without s strong Church. neithes democracy sor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should ttend services regularly snd support the Church. They re: 1) F~r his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. C~) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support, PI~ to go to church resuhr[y aM sed your Bibb daily. L, V Day k Clapt@ Ver**s Sun&,, ~ King, ! 22-40 MondaF King 1-18 Tuesday Kings 61 21 Wednesday I King ~ 22-36 Thursday Kings 37-53 Frida y Kings 54-66 S~turda~ ~ Kings ~-14 She won't be guest of honor at any Mother's Day banquet. But who cares? Her glory has always been greater than mere national recogni- tion. She wears her orchid in her heart. She doesn't want speeches. But she'll find inspiration, as al- ways, in the pastor's sermon. And sitting there in church, with her grown up boys and girls, she'll recall the days when first they toddled along to Church School. And she'll tl ank God! Yes! She'll thank Him that it doesn't take a Mother's Day ta bring / mily to God's Hot sel Copyright 1939, K=ist*t Adv. $;~wi*#. $r~urg, V& This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vm J. L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME J. DONALD EACKLES Harpers Ferry, W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Vs. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE ~hone 241 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles To,tin. ~V. Vs. J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES ~'hone 650 Charles Town, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W. Vs. -- Leesburg, Vs. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA KL: RNEY, X ILLE ESSO STATION MR. and MRS. NORVAL JOHNSTON Kearneysville, ~V. Vs. Phone Shepherdstown 2112 FUSS & DeHAVEN INTERNATIoNAl, HARVESTER DEALERS Sheplterdstown, W. Va. Phone 2791 1,1, OYI)'S PLUMBIN(; AND HEATING PIIONES 41-M - 621-M Charles Town, tcV. Vs. S ASH('RAFT VI( KER, & GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. Va. THE MODERN WORLD