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iS SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 . m Summer School Program.Set allefld and SUPPOPI 00.e00At, ame00RUmSeYRumsey CenterVO'Tech Center '/. summer school program, THE CH UR CH O F YOUR s:;dffe:eti.:j2mmJm:escl2'L taking an approach similar to CHOICE REGULARLY '::e:mmW":sbcalfW'dwteka::  4 weeks, or 6 weeks. This will enable students to choose three different classes during the entire six weeks period. This program, and bus 'ansportation will be provided. The following courses will be available as part of the summer career exploratory program: drafting, electronics, printing (graphic arts), masonry, hor- ticulture, carpentry, food ser- vice, machine shop, auto mechanics, industrial elec- tricity, welding, distributive education, agricultural mechanics, warehousing, business education (typing, shorthand and bookkeeping), introduction to nursing, and typing I (all 6 weeks). Womens' Service Is Set at Wainwright Baptist Chmh The Wainwright Baptist Church in Charles Town is celebrating its annual Womens' Day Sunday on May 21 with the Rev. William Thomas being the 11 a.m. speaker. Mrs. lose Jefferson, of Washington, D.C., accompanied by the Heavenly Gates Singers, of Takoma Park, Md., will he featured at the afternoon service beginning at 4:30 p.m. The public is invited to spend e day at the church for these special services. SERVICES FOR GOSPEL CHAPEL Rev. Arnold Hoffman an- nounces the following services for the Gospel Chapel Assembly of God Church: Sunday School at I0 a.m Morning Worship at 11 am. Childrens' Hour at 11 a.m. Evening Service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., Cottage Prayer meeting, for tran- sportation, call 725-5739 or 725- 4845. Wednesday evening, Bible study and prayer, Bible Tic-Tac- Toe. Everyone is welcome. SERVICES FOR ASBURY METHODISTS Rev. Marcus A. Earp, III, announces the following services for the Asbury United Methodist Church: Sunday at 8:30 and ll a.m Morning Worship, sermon: "The Beloved Community". A nur- sery is provided for 11 a.m. .service; Church School for all ages at 9:30 a:m. "Make Today Count" in Fellowship Hall at 3 p.m.; Junior High Fellowship at 6:30 p.m. Monday at 7:30 p.m., Council on Ministries; Friendly Class will meet at home of Eva Clark at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, {all at 7:30 p.m.) -- Senior Choir, Bible Study in Fellowship Hall and J.C.C.P. Thursday, Girl Scouts at 7 p.m.; Rainbow Girls at 7 p.m. Worship Committee will meet in the library at 7:30 p.m. SERV1CES FOR LEETOWN BRETHREN Pastor David Mbser an- nounces the following services for the Leetown Church of the Brethren: Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.; Church Service at 10:30 a.m.; Sunday Evening Service at 7 p.m. ; Tuesday Evening Visitation at 7:30 p.m.; Wed- nesday Evening Bible Study at 7 p.m. SERVICES FOR ELK BRANCH, HALLTOWN PRESBYTERIANS Pastor Fred A. Smith an- nounces the following services: Halltown: Sunday Worship Service at 9:30 a.m., sermon topic, "The Wind of the Spirit." Sunday Church School, 10:30 a.m. Elk Branch: Sunday Church School at 10 a.m.; Sunday Worship Service at 11 a.m,, sermon topic: "The Wind of the Spirit." SERVICES FOR 1 CALVARY ASSEMBLY astor William P. Reed an- nounces the following services for Calvary Assembly of God: Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Morning Worship at 11 a.m.: Christ Ambassadors meet at 6:30 p.m.; Prayer Time at 7 p.m.; Evening Evangelistic Service at 7:30 p.m., guest speaker Evangelist Ivor Hugh and Mrs. Hugh, of Durant, Fla. They will minister at both the morning and evening services. Wednesday a[ 7:30 p.m., Prayer and Praise, Bible study on the Book of Revelation, Royal Rangers; Missionettes and Prims and Daisies. SERVICES FOR ZION EPISCOPALIANS Rev. Roger L. Henshaw, rector, announces the following services: Holy Communion at 8 a.m.; Morning Prayer and sermon at 11 a.m., closing of Sunday School; Confirmation Class at 3 p:m. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Rector's Hour in the Coe" Room; Wed- nesday at 10 a.m., Holy Com- ion the Cxrch. SERVICES FOR C, T. BAPTISTS The Rev. Dr. Wyman E. Hall, pastor, announces the following services: Saturday, May 20, Mission Rally, Main Street Baptist Church, Luray, Va., 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m., Renewal Prayer Group; 9:45 a.m., Bible study for all ages; 11 a.m., Worship and Baptismal service; 5:30 p.m., Fellowship dinner', 7 p.m., regular business meeting. Monday, 7:30 p.m., Women's Missionary Union General meeting. Tuesday, Sunday School Of- ficers And Teachers meeting. Wednesday, Family night. Thursday, 7 p.m., Choir practice. SERVICESFOR SERVICES FOR BOLIVAR PENTECOSTAL Rev. Samuel Miller, pastor of Bolivar Pentecostal Church at Harpers Ferry, adjacent to KOA Kampgrounds, announces the following services: Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Sunday Prayer at 7:15 p.m.; Sunday Evening Service at 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday Youth night and Prayer Service at 7:30 p.m. In time of spiritual-need, call 535-6919. You will find a friendly welcome here at Bolivar Pen- tecostal Church. SERVICES FOR C. T. PRESBYTERIANS Pastor W. H. Ramkey an- nounces the following activities for Sunday, May 21: Church School for all ages at 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship at TRI-STATE BAPTISTS 11 a.m. ; Family Supper served Rev. R B. Diffee announces Iy the WOC at 6 p.m.; WOC the following services: Church School at I0 a.m., adults study together, classes for all ages; Morning Evangelistic service at 11 a.m.; Evening Services at 6 p.m.; Young Peoples' Service at 10 a.m., Darrell Tharp, youth director. Traditional Christian School, pre-kindergarten through kindregarten, information available by carling 725-9394 or 725-5229. SERVICES FOR CEDAR GROVE CHRISTIANS Rev. Harry "Bud" Yoder, Evang, 'st, announces the followb services: All services with deaf in- terpreters. Sutday, 10 a.m., with special classes for the Deaf; Morning Worship, 11 a.m., also Children's Church, 11 a:m., ages 2-11; 6 p.m., youth choir; 6:30 p.m., Adult choir and youth meeting for all ages; 7:30 p.m., Evening Worship. Wednesday, 7 p.m., prayer meeting, Bible study and sign classes. For more information, call 229-8232. SERVICES FOR TRINITY ASSEMBLY Birthday program and offering followed by the recognition of new members at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 6:45 p.m., Handbell choir; Senior choir at 8 p.m. SERVICES FOR ZION ASSEMBLY Rev. Frank James announces the following services at Zion Assembly at Millville: Sunday Church School at 10 a.m.; Morning Worship at 11:15 a.m.; Sunday Evening Service af 7:30 p.m.; Young Peoples' Service Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. SERVICES FOR LEETOWN BAPTISTS Rev. John M. Emert an- nounces the following services: Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Harold Gray, director; Morning Worship at 11 a.m., sermon topic "Is Your Hom on the Rock, or Rocks?"; Evening Worship at 7 p.m., "Christians at the Halfway House." Monday at 6:30 p.m., Youth Choir; Finance Committee at 7 p.m. Tuesday at 10 a.m., WMU Bible Study; Handbells at 6:30 p.m.; Choral Echos, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 6 p.m., Family Night Supper; 7 p.m., Prayer Service and Auxiliary meetings. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Adult Rev. Vincent Pink announces Choir; Childrens' Choir at 7:30 the following services at the ]P.m. Trinity Gospel Assembly of God: Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Morning Worship at 11 a.m.; Choir Practice for the Youth at 6:30 p.m.; Evening Service at 7:30 p.m. Monday at 7:30 p.m., CA's Service; Bible Study and Prayer Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. SERVICES FOR SUMMIT BAPTISTS The Rev. Richard G. "Jerry" Moore announces the following services: Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Leroy Cheshire, director; Morning Worship Service at 11 a.m, sermon topic: "Making Life Count." Special music by the Choir, Mrs. ora Drish, organist .and choir director. Nursery worker, Mrs. Florence Drish. Monday, RA's and Mission Friends meet at 7 p.m.; Housewives for Christ Prayer and Bible Study Group meets Wednesday at 10 a.m.; Joy Notes rehearsal Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.; Adult choir rehearsal Wednesday at 7 p.m.; Youth Choir rehearsal Wednesday at 8 p.m.; CA's meet Wednesday at 8 p.m.; Childrens' Story Hour from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday; Prayer and Bible Study Hour led by the pastor Wednesday at 8 p.m.', Thursday at B p.m., Bible Studyat the home of Tommy and Joyce Jackson at 7:30 p.m. When a man wants to borrow money to buy something he can always discover a dire need. Make Today Count Monthly Meet Set SERVICES FOR ST. THOMAS LUTHERANS Rev. Richard E. Neal an- nounces the following services for St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Chfirch, corner North Mildred Street and Seventh Avenue, Ranson: The Holy Trinity, the service at 8:30 and 11 a.m., with meditat)on and Holy Com- munion. Sunday Church School classes.for adults, young men i and women and children at 9:45 a.m.; Lutheran Church Women will hold a general meeting at the church at 7 p,m. and the filmstrip "Who Are the Lutherans?" will be shown during this evening of fetlowsrdp, Make Today Count will hold its monthly meeting Sunday, May 21, at 3 p.m. in the education building of Asbury United Methodist Church. All persons with life-threatening illness, their families and other in- torested community people are invited to attend. For further information, please call Bessie Kelley, 725-6064, or Naomi Moses, 725-5695. Women's Aglow To Hear AIIisons At May 24th Meeting The Women's Aglow Fellowship, of Jefferson County, will hold their regular meeting on Wednesday, May 24, at 1 p.m. at the Lions Club Center. The featured speakers at the meeting will be William and Roselle Allison, of near Washington, D.C. Mr. Allison is actively engaged in work through a number of organizations and ministries, some of which in- clude being alcohol and drug abuse control officer in the office of the Secretary of the Air Force, at the Pentagon; Labor Relations officer for the Air Force, at the Pentagon; and the faculty of the Christian Training Institute, in Washington, where he teaches courses on Coun- seling and Christian Relation- ships in the family. He is a spirit-filled psychologist and is a graduate of Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. His wife, Roselle, besides being a housewife, heartily supports her husband in his ministries and joins with him in their testimonies to the healthful Spirit of Grace that has been theirs in their special ministries of teaching and radio and television appearances. Babysitting is provided free at the Calvary Assembly of God Church, Fifth Avenue from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Men are also most welcome to attefid any of these meetings. "**$$ Our own experience is that time, when allowed to work, will solve many problems. II' I I ..d FFi00mor,'.l 'C:H, STRIDEI, JR.-- DIRECTOR I 304 W. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE: 725-532l CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. " Dear friends, I The final parting that death brings is often almost unbearable. The remorse of the living in recalling acts of kindness undone, or loving words unspoken, often gives added grief to the I bereavement. Wise and fortunate is the person who carries cherished memories of kind words and deeds which serve to sustain and comfort during the difficult adjmtment following bereavement. I Respectfully, ill ii I BENEFIT AUCTION The Little Peoples Place will hold a benefit auction of new and used merchandise at the Lions Center, So. George St., Ransom W. Va. on: Wednesday Night. May 24, 1978 Beginning at 7:00 P. M. 2 Regulation size, slate base, pool tables; Brass fireplace screen, andirons and tools; new Daiwa 2100 fishing rod and reel; new 40 Channel C B Transceiver; new A.M. radio headphones; 12 gallons Citgo motor oil, paint, fresh eggs, baby chicks, new clock-radio, wall clocks, large attic exhaust fan, 4 pc. T.V. tray set; new Junior Zither, pictures and paintings, new and used applicances, new Air Pot, vanity, metal bed, apt. size electric stove, stands, magazine racks, davenrt, 2 baby beds, walker, toys, girls bike, wall and table lamps, 2 stereo record players, Magnus electric organ, Argus movie camera, 7:35 field glasses, Royal typewriter, floor fan, bar stool, humidifier, aluminum storm door, steamer trunk, garden hose and racks, lawn sweeper, a table of jewelry and bottles, new and used china and glassware, many other articles too numerous to mention. Little Peoples Place Anyone wishing to make a contribution to this sale contact: Ms. Sylvia Weams, 725-9682 or Ms. Mary Brown, 725-2292 May 18-1t career exploration approach should make it easier for students to decide which program they are interested in taking during their junior and senior years at the James Rumsey Center. A food service student is pictured in her class. Students can attend for only two or four weeks if they so desire. This will allow these students to explore one or two programs at the center and still attend those camps they are interested in or go on that vacation to the beach with the family. A student will have to attend the entire six weeks in order to receive one credit in Career Education. All students who are presently enrolled in the 7th through the 12th grades in schools in the tri- county area (Berkeley, Jef- ferson, and Morgan) are eligible to attend the James Rumsey career exploration program. There will be no tuition charge for this summer exploration For additional information contact your school guidance counselor or call the James Rumsey Center at 263-0834. Chamber To Elect Four Board Members At Tuesday luncheon The membership of the Jef- ferson County Chamber of Commerce will elect four members to the Chamber's Board of directors at the regular luncheon membership meeting SEARS" CATALOG SALES Merchant, Colin & Katherine Dunbar 725-2009. Rt. 9 - Ranson RAY'S AUTO SERVICE Gen'l. Auto Repair Body & Fender Repairs Auto Painting. 725.9663 E. N. St. -Charles Town EXCLUSIVE J & R Furniture - 'IV - Carpet 115 3rd Ave. - Ranson, W. Va. Open Daily 9-5 - Mon..Fri. Ph. 725-3604 THIS SERIES OF MESSAGES IS MADE POSSIBLE BY CHARLES TOWN AND JEFFERSON COUNTY FIRMS WHO VALUE OF THE CHURCHES OF OUR COMMUNITY. THE FOLLOWING RECOGNIZE THE Faith Begins tUith Crayons Remember! Arithmetic began with apples: 1 had one. You gave me one. Then how many did 1 have? So don't be surprised that Faith begins with crayons! And never forget that in this tee land your government compells only secular education. Rightly, it leaves the religious education of your children up to you. From the first halting strokes with the crayon to the eager use of the Bible as a guide for litb, the Church is your ally in the spiritual development of your child's sovl. But the compulsion must come from within.. , from your convic-- tious.., from your determination that your child may ,share your Faith. Wise parents find their chil- dren's crying need for religious training a happy incentive l)r their own church lit. Copyright 1978 Keister Advertising Serwce, Strasburg, Viinia SCriptures selected by The Atw B4ble Sunday John 2:1-I1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday, Frirkty Saturday John John John John Genesis Genesis 4:46-54 5:1-9 11:1-46 -21:1-14 1:26-.31 2 -24 r - . VANTOL r,II1 FLORISTS /i/FlowersByW ire .r Ph. 7-2019 ChadesTown, W.Va. PEOPLES SUPPLY, INC. Grain - Feed Liquid Supplement Dial 7?.5.8454. "/?.5-8455 Charles Town, W. Va. FEAGANS JEWELERS Watch Repair & Jewelry Dial 725-7411 W. Wash. St. - Charles Town MAGAHA, INC, APPLIANCE CENTER North George Street Phone 725-5516 COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITGO SERVICE CharlesTown, W. Va. - Lees- burg, VI. - Martinsburg, W. Va.. Shepherdstown, W. Va. MERCHANT - NOLAND, INC. CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE Route 340 East Ph. 725.7045 or 725-7046 Charles Town, W. Va. THE WAY OF WISDOM CHRISTIAN BOOKS & MUSIC Phone 725.3070 Good Books - Gifts 129 W. Washington St. Charles Town SMITH OIL CO. ARCO OIL PRODUCTS 301 N. Mildred St. Ph. 725-2215- Ransen, W. Va. MARVIN DODSON Plumbing- .Heating Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work Dial 725-11 205 W. Liberty St. Charles Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRITT8 & 8ON INC. Appliances-Furniture Dealer Phileo - Gibson Dial ;SSll - Charles Town OTT'S BUSINESS SERVICE "For People of Distinction" 112 E. Wash. St. - 725-7854 Charles Town, W. Va. GUY'S BUICK - PONTIAC, INC. OPEL - G.M.C. TRUCKS Dial 725-5338. State Rt. 9 Charles Town, W. Va. RIDDLEBERGER'S STORE Home Furnishings - Carpet Resilient Flooring Ph. 725-2624 - Charles Town HAl LTOWN PAPERBoARD COMPANY Paperboard Products From Recycled Fibers Halitown, W. Va. CHARLES TOWN COOP 2 N. MUdred St. Ranson, W. Va. Ph. 725-2212 to be held the Village Shenandoah The committee eight names bership, from selection names for -- John H. M. Davis, Francis M. nominees will be for a period of Report tary shows MELVIN Ft E. GUY "He ComO You Nell 222 ELECTRONIC II5A.-N. PIZZA 819 jeffersoa CHARLF' HAN Light & HeaVY Polk Pizza, Sb, PUBLISHll Air cond,, Water