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I , Ii After delay of a week, play in ed in front the rest of the way. the Independent Baseball League Although righthander Bud Gil. got underway, Sunday on three roy, gave up 15 hits to the VFW fronts with Mapleville and Funks- batsmen he managed to strikeout town, two of the league's stronger batters at crucial points in the powers each year, winning their game, collecting a total of 10 for openers along with Bolivar a new the afternoon. team to the circuit. Chalky Hopkins, who has been With one exception, it was a star for the VFW for a number pretty much a hitters day. Only of years, once again led the hitt. Neal Beard, a veteran star mound ing in the ball game, collecting a smart for Mapleville last season, showing real good form on the mound Beard gave up seven hits, but he still stopped the bats of the Martinsburg Colts as Maple- Villa scored a 6-1 decision on the Boonsboro diamond. At Williamsport, the defending league champxons, Funkstown pounded out a total of 16 hits for a 16-6 victory over the Williams- port batsmen and at the Newton D. Baker V. A. Center field near ~artinsburg the Bolivar team made their debut into the Inde. pendent League play a most succe ssful one with a 9-7 victory over the veteran Martinsburg VFW team. In the Mapleville-Colt battle the Marylanders moved into a one-run lead in the second period and with Beard pitching outstand. ing ball for so early in the season, that one run was enough alone to decide the issue until the Colts managed to push over a run in the ninth frame. Beard had a shut out going until the 9th when two errors handed the Colts a run. Beard struck out seven men. and walked only one in besting Floyd Foley, Colt hurler. After getting off to a bad 5-0 start in the trist two frames, the Bolivar batsmen staged a great comeback and went ahead of the VFW in the sixth frame and stay Is [,is child marked home run and two doubles. Rudy and Derr led the Bolivar hitting attack with two hits apiece In the Williamsport-Funkstown action, which proved to be a hitt- ing duel, Funkstown used the home run ball to decide the issue as they came up with four of them in their 16-hit attack. Funkstown rolled up a 9.0 lead in the early stages of the action, scoring three runs in each of the first three frames and then they added seven more runs as the game progressed. GOODE BROTHERS DOWN FIRST HALF CHAMPIONS IN EVENING STAR LOOP The Goode Brothers Buick and Pontiac Ladies bowling team of Charles Town performed impress ively Friday night in downing the Virginia Gentlemen by a 2-1 score in action in the Winchester Evening Star Bowling League at Health Center Lanes in Winches. tar. The Goode Brothers bowlers rolled games of 561-511 and 577 for a total pinfall of 1649 in de- feating the league's first half champions. The win moved the Charles Town teim to within two games of first place and there are two more weeks of league act ion to go. Gertrude Prain led the Charles Town team to victory with high games of 137 and 127. Amy Alger of the Charles Town team had a 125 high game and a 111, while Biddy Smoot, rolled a 124 and 118 and Virginia Dorsey had a 119, _-- .....~:-- - ~ _ ~ .- _:_ - Mrs. Georgia Pearl "Mr. Flu" is still visiting in our vicinity. He has been in ev- ery home. Some folks have been I for mental illness? You helped build a future .for children without the fear of polio, diphtheria and smallpox. You, who helped support scientific re- t~arch, contributed to the con. luest of these dread diseases ... ut what of mental illness? Mental illness strikes more chil- dren and adults ... it creates more tragedy and waste of human lives.., than all other diseases combined. Help end this scourge, too. For a future free of mental ~lness, Support Your Local Chapter of the(~ National Association for Mental Health Sponsored By The Jefferson County Association Of Mental Health CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. OLD DOMINION & 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Sales & Service G.E. Appliances A Beautiful Line Of MODERN FURNITURE Telephone 725-2811 I I 'a'In every field them Is one outs ndlng value to Which Ill otherS amcompared. In memorials, that one is Rock of es, the only memorial guaranteed both to you morialz Umt bear this seal'. 109 WEST JOHN ST; MA StVtlRG, W. VA. TELEPHONE 267.61 41 FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner very sick and under the doctor's ~~'qP'~W~II on Tuesday, May 3. Surviving areI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATEL care. i feel sure we call all be - HARPERS FERRY ] two sisters, Mrs. Marks, of Boll-I rlPI_IITI~IIAV MAV t'1~ l gg B4t U lw satisfied if he never visits us var, and Mrs. Rhoda Malicoat, of[ ........ ~"'' ........... ---"-~--'-"---"~ ~At again. _ Hyattsville, Md Two brothers also ................. Ai,o " .... I survive Oliver" Haefer and John ~vir. ano ~rs ~eorge lvlcuar~y, lvirs. Tneima B. ~ornell anoiM~s" Mat Mr. and Mrs. George Walton and Mrs. G. E. Webb R Haefer, both of Bolivar ]and little daugllter Carol Lynn of J. C. Sallen~s Dottie~:"~ family and Mrs. Georgia Piper ~:~ ~i~, ?.~. ..v:;~ e~> ,~ were v,=tor on ay even= .uoora, ervi e were t.e woe on ed at the home of Mr John R" l at the home of their grandmother Hill Md were dinner guest$~hlp Set / Haefer on Frida" Ma- "6 b" the [Mrs. G E. Webb in Bolivar. day' of Mr ~. ~Donal~.wly mar with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett. They just wanted to wish him~ ~,,.,..,,~u.,,o,~ eran Church will hold a bake sale another happy birthday. I ~ at the hall of the Friendship Fire Rev Warren W Y~Vatts~ n'astYor nf[ Miss Dottle Cornell and her Walker and daughters at Lee~:~l~ei~l" the Camn Hill Methodist Church ] roomate, Mrs. Lou Adams of Oxen I Mr. Wflham Reed continu~ Ray. ,~ Mrs. Georgia Piper and Mrs., Company, Harpers Ferry, on Sat-t " " ' ..... u urday, May 14, beginningat [ nurial i'n Har~'er- Ferr" Came" I Hilt, Md spent the week-end with I disposed at his home. His ~ Will b~ Izetta Talton and Mrs. Edith Gar- 9:45 a.m. I" " " v ~ y - I rett visited Mr. and Mrs. G.C. ~, v -,. I Coup Death of Miss Hallie Heafer] ter,, Har~ers Fer,',, [her mother, Mrs. Thelma B. Cor-, friends hope he will soon M~ Leetowl nell and grandfather, Mr J C tirel well a :ain ~the Jeffl After a few cleardays,cool [Ballen er . . y gain. i~.~"~o~, Pearl on Saturday evening. Whe Rev. Mr. Hoover, of Ha- gerstown, Md., recently visited Lesson for May 15, 1966 Miss Hallie Heater, 76, died onI but with sunshine, the grass has lOtherg visitors" " on ~un~ay~ " were - ~ Dame Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl and Mrs. last Wednesday morning in/ grown and turned so green and l ...... ATTEND CHURCH beautiful flowers are blooming [~rreanddaM~e~OY FLMarcum ano Humphrey Wilt. ~i~,ou,a ~rlp~r,: II Kings I I through |2; M Charles Town General Hospital./ and we think that Spring is just [.. .. t g s ot :eesDurg, va. ~. ~. ~. Mrs. Edith Garrett who was off (~hronk:les22 throvgh2a. Devotional Readlng:lsomh 26: 1-9. She was born in Bolivar and was ~ around the corner, fruit trees are ~wr. Troy Lvlarcum ot beesourg, va -- -- -- work due to the flu is back on the ~ a daughter of the late George R.~ filled with bloom. Still several and Mr.. Guy H. Cornell Jr. of T H E job and feeling much better. A little girl who lived withher and Clara Keller Heater. She cases of the flu sticking around Purcellvllte, Va. parents, missionaries in an Ori- lived in Bolivar until 1918 when but that is lessening some what, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilt of Hills- bore, Vs., were visitors several days of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper, Mr. and Mrs. William Longerbeam and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett were business visitors in Wash- ington, D. C.; Saturday. Mrs. Pauline Alger, of Ranson, was a dinner guest Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Garrett. Mr. Edwin Staubs and Miss Linda Cook who were married on Saturday are now making their place of abode in one of Mrs. Tur- net's cottages at Murrell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Wilt are the proud parents of a fine son born in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital Tuesday. He tipped the scales at eight pounds, five ounces and has been named Christopher Lee. This is their second child and second son. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and family an4 Mrs. Georgia Pi. per were visitors Saturday eve. ning of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ever- hart of Silver Grove. Mr. and Mrs Andy Seal and family, of Millville, and Mrs. Vir- ginia Zombro were visitors Satur- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mrs. Deloris Jenkins, Mrs. Geor- gia Piper and Mrs. Izetta Walton were dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs, Myrtle Wilt and family, of Murrell Hill. Mrs. Rachel Grove was a visitor Friday evening with Mrs. Nettle Staubs and father, Mr. Newton Hawk and Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Grove. Mrs. Elaine Grove has been very sick with flu and tonsilitis. Glad to report she is feeling much better at this writing/ Subscribe To The Spirit.Advocate INSURANCE . . with Nationwide's new Family Hospitaliza- tion Plan! Offers liberal cash benefits . . . world. wide coverage . . . low rates. See me soon! NORMAN E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ATIONWIDE IIA|I$1~Itl0I MUlltdU. IMSUIIANft COMPANY L NATW~IO[ MUTUAL RR[ INSUtANC[ COMPANY l I .... ,A.O,m| .a mO.. t OMPA. I For Clean And Use Triple-Refined 11 And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725.2215 ental city, came running to her mother's room early one morn- ing. Shots were being fired in the streets. "What's that?" the little girl asked. Her mother answered sleepily, ~Oh, another coup, I guess.~ ~Then that's all right," said her daughter, "it's all the same no matter who wins", and off she went happily to bed again. Dr. Foreman Coup is the modern name for what used to be called a palace revolution and also a revolt, a sudden military strike intended to put the reigning administration out of power (by imprisonment or death) and in- stall new men in their place. Our Bible assignment this week tells of a successful coup organized by a priest, a coup that really was worthwhile, dne that .lasted .at least a century longer than most coups do. she went to Washington, D. C. She was employed at the Army- Navy Club from 1942 until she re- tired in 1954. She had the misfor- tune to fall and break her hip.on March 3, 1966 and was in the Washington Hospital Center until she was brought to the home of her sister, Mrs. Daisy Marks, in Bolivar on April 30. She was re- moved to Charles Town Hospital we are glad to say. Quite a few families in Bolivar have planted their gardens although there will possibly be more frost before the warmer trend gets here to stay. Ladies of St. John Lutheran Church, Harpers Ferry will hold a bake sale at the Fire Hall in Harpers Ferry on Saturday, May 14th, starting at 9:45 a. m. For All Your Farm Supply Ne l$ Call or Visit Us SOUTHERN CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE Rtnson, West Virginia Dial 725-2212 MELVIN T. STRIDER COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town 725- WHY THEY DID IT Athaliah, the queen in resb deuce, was definitely a "bad egg". She began her public career by killing all her grandchildren. This was even worse than it sounds. Athaliah was not a He- brew, but a foreigner -- a daugh- ter of the unscrupulous and un- speakable Jezebel. The throne of ~.the kingdom of Judah belonged by popular will and the provi- dence of God to the family of David. By killing off her grand- children, Athaliah thought she would h a v e "established" her claim to the throne. And so she would, if she had really killed all the children. But there was one small baby she did not know about (she was not the kind of grandmother who keeps up with all her family). This baby, named Joash, or Jehoash, was hidden in a bedroom belonging to the high priest. There he stayed for seven vests, unknown to all but a trust- ed very few. The whole nation accepted Athaliah because they thought they had no choice. So her irresponsible tyranny went on for seven years, while the good priest Jehoiada (incidentally, he was of royal family connections also) bided his time. HOW THEY DID IT The big coup came off on a Sabbath. The high priest man- aged it down to the last detail. You can read those details for yourself in the Bible. Essentially the plan called for. tripling the number of soldiers on duty at what we would call ~church time", introducing the boy king to the army men, (and what a thrill it must have been to see a real live lawful king, even a child, after seven years of Athaliahl) and hailing the young heir to the throne as King ofJuda. Athaliah was a little late getting to the temple court, and saw that some- thing had happened. Then when she heard the shouting ~Long live the King!," she turned on the high priest. "Treason!" she screamed. But she was (no doubt) pointing her finger at the high priest and the boy king, whereas she should have been pointing at herself. Anyway, in a few minutes fl~e soldiers carried out their or- ders, and ~the wicked old witch was dead." THINKING ABOUT COUPS So the people were as happy over this coup as they had been unhappy over Athaliah's. All this gives us something to think a- bout, in our world where coups of one sort or another are being pulled all the Ume, -- Santa Do- mingo, Cuba, Jakarta, Korea, Congo, Moscow, to name a few in zecent months. The Bible gives us some hints of how to look at thee things. Some coups, rebel- lions, political shake-ups, are good, some are bad. Few are whooly bad, few wholly good, Athaliah's own coup was wicked- ly selfish. The coup that killed her wag unselfish since the high priest ran a good deal of risk and could get nothing personal by the event. Force, even violence is in itself not good nor bad. Whether it is a blessing or a curse depends on who usee the force, and how, and why. ~1 on ouM~nes ~Wr',~led IW ~ Dhddea Chrisfien Educate, N~i~o| C(.~r~ll d ~O Chub:he, d CkHa in ~e U. S, A, Released I1~ How wonderful to see God through the eyes af a child. The wonder of bright blue eggs in a nest of twigs, the path of the wind through tossing treetops, moonlight dancing on a lake. All these are to him the fingerprints of God. Too often we are caught up in a world of worry and concern. Worrying how to make ends meet, we forget to stop and see God in the world around us. Jesus said, "Whosoever shall not re- ceive the Kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein." Your church offers you moments of worship and inspiration, so that you may see all things bright and beautiful and find for yourself the Kingdom of God as He reveals it daily through the beauty of His earth. THE CHURCH FOR ALL * ALL FOR THE CHURCH: " "]'he Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of charac- ter and good citizenship It is a store- house of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every perso~ should attend servic~ regu- lar]y and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) ~'or the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church reg~ larly and read your Bible daily. * Vopyrlght 1966 K~ter AdoertiMng Service, Inc., Strasburg, Va. ~ . / THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative, Inc. RANSON, W. VA. TO SELL IT --- BUY IT ADVERTISE IT IN THE SPIRIT - ADVOCATE J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Vs. rhone 725-5511 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER McCLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner Phone 725-9904 Cl~arles Town, W. Vs. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 72 2921 Charles Town, W. Va. KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725-7510 Charles Town, W. Vs. HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. PHONE. 725-7072 -- 725-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town. W. Vs. Phone 725-7068 .SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown Phone 87@2683 H. S. CLOPPER, JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill-Dale Shopping Center Phone 725.7081 Charles Town, W. Vs. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. 8HERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725-2245 Charles Town, W. V& RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725.5621 RaMon, W. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR : ; APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. . Phone WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE $. E. SENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. Va.. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE ~[q[IE HOME of BETTER VALL~" Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, W. VA. J COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W. Va. - Leesburib Vs, Shepherdstown, W. Vs.