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i Dor|s and granddaughter Darlene were callers with their grandma .... ~- ........ I berger and family of Norfolk, Yr.,, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Williams of Bedington were SunI ther, Mrs Leona Staubs and aunt mm~ulLI [visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wisen-] TIIURSDAY MAY 19 1966 ! day guests with the formers sister ] Mrs. Hazel Staubs and family t~|UWN j berger on Sunday. I ~' ' ~ ]Mrs. Edgar Everhart and Mrs. J Sunday dinner guests with Mr. i~vi~i.if ~n~er~nl~ho: M~lr:gnSbUngI Mrs. Ethel Buzzard [Elsie Cook and their families. ]and Mrs. C. H. RogErs and family Mrs. Mary B. Furr 23o-751 gCoh~l~etebU~ herfeh?ff~.~ j 14 ~~~~:gJ~m~ Mr. and Mrs. George Renner/were; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers tc c M00cellaneous Sales Start 11:Mrs ~~'~~l and family of Hagerstown, Md./and children of Brunswick, Md., ~-~,~-.~ ............. ~-~ ....... [ ~ " [to 25 00; plain to medium heifers, A M--Livestock Sales 1"30 P . /Mr. Ronald Rodgers of Bolivar. . . I. . .- ..... 20.00 to 22.75; good bulls, none;lEach Monday. [ Mr. and (?OvMaLASMTrsWH~K:r of Ha ersJwere Sunday visitors with Mr. ~.~v~.o--:~:~m~.~, The 4H Clubs of the countyT " l .... Miss Vieki Blue, student at Po- haa a cnuren service ~unaay utter- nlain t- medium bulls 22 00 t- I ld~ .... .~ ~, g. "I and Mrs Frank Cogle and Mr. I Miss Wanda Everhart, Misses ~ ........... ,u.,... tomac State College, Keyser, noon at the Baptist Church 24 50" commercial cows' 21"00 tom . _51~:'~_~"~.~ town, Md. were guests at theland Mrs.'Don White. I Paula and Darlene Everhart and ~ spent last weekend with her par- Mrs. J W. Harden visite(i Mrs. 22"25: utilit- cOws 1975' to "2075' I ~O 10t nurcn unaaJ 'e aug22 Morning Church services. Rev.[ Sunday dinner guests of Mr.I Miss Linda Staubs spent Thurs- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue. I Corinne Stevens on Sunday j canners and cutters, "19.50 downll Hoover was the speaker. [ and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and dau-I day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. ------------ Patient In Hospital I ghter were; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph| Edwin Staubs in Mannings. .Mrs. Mary Brute.Furr was. a 1_ Mr. and Mrs..Lyle Furr .and I cows by the head, up to 225.00; I ~ | ]~~[t~~ Bobby, Mrs. Ada Cogle wash patientII Cogle and daughter Lucille, Mr.[ Mrs. Jeannette Ramsburg and A ffJu~t 80c]~ly visitor weanesaay atternoon wltn Kim at wnaries Town were cauersl stacker and feeder steers, 24.00 to I m~ :"| ~A| ~~ the we, in the Charles Town General Has- and Mrs Runnel Co le and dau / children of Frederick, Md. were Mrs. Viola Chapman I Sunday evening of Mrs. Mary I 30.00; stock heifers, 22.00 to 25.00. I II | I~ -" | | ~r~-~lts 1 g - pital for several days the past[ ghter Patsy / Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs.Lesson for May22, 1966 Mr and Mrs Clarence Singhas~Bruce Furr I ................ I :M:._ .. week for treatment. She is now at l- Mr and Mrs Harold Staubs and Lea Staubs and daughter Robin. Wner~rcall~r~a S~u~daaYn afternoon [ ~ ..... [ 41.~'go~ ~c~eCa~:a~S'e~: ~.0~l ~ ~'f'ri:g~s .._ "~ ~ _ ~ u _ :. .. [~'~'~J~'~~~;~] to 37.75; medium butcher calves,! ll~,ll]kllll lllJkl ~dlI~day all her home. , |children, Miss'Linda Staubs were Mr. Charles Everhart of Dargan s~o....d Scriplure:,,Ktno, ,4:23-29; Amo~5:~4- B;ucS. ~'u~" ~e~nedana'~rs" mary I k 4 IftWIP~ IftlPl~tl~ql' I 28.00 to 33.75; thin calves, 27.75 .... ~Ir Johl Bonnie Grove small daughter j guests on Tuesday evening with Md was a caller on Sunday with ~,~-~;~:~-z;~. r a t a a me supper n ' o~ " of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove is a/Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler and his parents; Mr. and Mrs. Howard D.vo,~o,,,,,,,o, ............ J runnel:! nl:rulu j dew ; heavy calves, 23 00 to I I~ingD~t~e$111e Best! ~h0i~e free at me ~aemomst ~nurcn in ~iu-I I 32 00 " I ' _ .......... i~t Wedv patient in the Charles Town Gen- | family in Baltimore, Md. Everhart. The United States as a nation dleway Saturday evening. I ~7~~~ I T " _ ......... I S O N O T O N E eral Hospital. [ Mr_and Mrs. Robert Moore; Mr. Mr. Billy Chapman of Virginia is like a man who has worked M- -"n a~"- ~'n r, ......... I .......... I Lamas, gooa to cnmce, z~.~ to I *o ~, x,; v x ~o, x~ ~.~ F'~_tnu on Mrs. Roy Waters and daughter~ Michael Staubs of Baltimore, Md. was a caller on Sunday with his hard and saved money carefully -into .... ,, ,,~. ~u ~,u,y~ we~. I .~uotauons of the Blue rtmge [ 28.75; butcher ewes, 5.00 to 12.00; I ,r~e ~ .....~ .... LMrs. Nel a~ erguestsrecenuy o~ Mr. ann [ Lwestock Sales, atCharles Town, | stock ewes per head, none. I Ui l-l~gt~I'~tUWl[ ~ednesda~ brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. all his life, and suddenly one ~wrs. uomn ~unoar ann son in I W Va, ~onaay, ~v~ay 16, 1966 I Good butcher ho~s, 25 00 to I t~r. and M~ Floyd Chapman. morning wakes up to find him- Front Royal, Va " " ' ' " R FURR Mana er " Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole andself rich. He has so much money .- ' [ Receipts of all classes hght, [ 25.65; medmm butcher hogs, 24.001 ROY R. FURR, Manager:L ey attem ~ family of Purcellville, Va. were that he doesn't have to be thrifty ~ t~am Tabb hasreturned home [ with a good demand for all butch- I to 24.85; heavy butcher hogs, I 733 South Potomac Street ms . father Monday evening guests with the ~mml~m/ any " more. He tram ~asnvflle, Tenn., where he / er classes. | 20.00 to 23.75; butcher sows, 19.00 [ Ha erstown. Md. k rs. Ch later's mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs ~ belongs to the went to school the past year. | Prime calves top, 41.00, featured | down" heav~" l, eeders and li,,ht / ~'*~ ....... ' .... ~n spev Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and |~!iJ "Haves', not the *~ e young boys of the Baphst [ the sale. [ butcher ho~,s un tn 26 00" shoats | Phone Hagerstown F"------- hr ' .... ' C u cn went campingSaturday daughter Christine were Monday~:i~ "Have-nots". It J Choice butcher steers, none; | per hundred, 30.00 down; pigs per [ REgent 3-3242 Or evening guestswith Mr. and Mrs. ~~ is a bewildering night. J good butcher steers, 24.00 to 26.00; | head, 22.00 down; boars, up to [ Charles Town 725-5391 George Cooper and family in Man J~~ experience for Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wisen.! plain to medium steers, 21.00 to/17~0 to I "~"~'~ ~"'" '" nings. ~~ which he has had Debbie Rodgers of Brunswick, ~A~ no" preparation. ' ~~~~~~I~ Md. spent several days with her~a~,~r~ ,~ /~iJSomeonewilleven GOD S WORD f( re N E.WAGE aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Day- ----- ...... have to invent a id Staubs and family. Dr. Foreman word to describe ~.,~~ the kind of society (that is, what kind of country or nation) he lives in. Indeed someone has in- An old man in Australia holds his Bible with shaking THE CHUI=tCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHUI=tCFI vented or dug ~Jp from the less- hands Painstakingly his pointing finger follows along a The "h r h i r " r ' " r ......... II "~-'~ --" ~-'-~~~'~o used pages of the dictionary, just ,, " ............... t_ u c s rne g eaten rooter on eo rn tar Tee oullaing or Well-lovet-I passage, in a Village In Liuar, emala an ln(llan lag character and good citizenship. It is o storehouse, of spiritual the word to describe the kind ofread jo rfullv from a New Testament written in elementary vo,ues W,thout a strong Church. neither democracy nor c vi,i- society we are: an affluentsoctety. ,~ s..,_ - . .......... - zation c~n survive. There ore four sound reasons why every ~pamsn m a rural area oz dapan a lively youth group a]s erso r ~~'~./~ That meflns, put in less fancy . " p n should attend se vices regularly and support the Church. words, asoctety that has more cusses the Scriptures using Bibles printed in their mother They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. money than it knows what todo + ..... (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake ~"'~"~'" of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. with. ] People like these, and thousands more in every corner Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible doily. NOBODY LOVES POVERTY of the earth, read Bibles today because of the work of the The emergence of a, nation as American Bible Society. Founded on May 8, 1816, the So- rich as ours is a rare thing in ciety's sole object is the widespread circulation of the Scrip- human history. Nations tend to tures. Now, faced with a worldwide population explosion take all the credit for their own and mounting literacy, the Society sees an exciting challenge u s ur conceit affi ence, but this i p e . in rededicating itself to its goal: that no matter what his It was conceit when the nation of "In every field there Is one outstanding value to ell others are compared. In memorials, that one is Rock of Ages, the only memorial guaranteed both to you end to the cemetery where it is erected. You get this exclusive Double Protection Guarantee only with me- morlals that bear thls seal". MARTINSBURG, W. VA. ' FLOYD G. aDaM, Owner -- -THE- -- 109 WEST JOHN ST. TELEPHONE 267-6141 In Charles Town, l anson, Jefferson County And Surrounding Areas: Regulmqy -- At The Following Places CHARLES TOWN COLONIAL NEWS-STAND MOFFETT'S PHARMACY PAUL'S SUPER MARKET MILLER'S MEAT MARKET WHITE'S SUPER MARKET PEOPLES DRUG STORE ACME MARKET CONKLYN'S STORE MARKET MANOR S. W. LINK RANSON RANSON GROCERY CO. JOHN'S RESTAURANT SANITARY GROCERY SHEPHER WN SHEPHERDSTOWN NEWS AGENCY HARPERS FERRY REED'S GI 0CERY STORE RINALDI'S GROCERY SEXTON'S STORE - R.F.D., Harpers Ferry MARTINSBURG BE iKELEY NEWS-STAND NEWTON D. BAKER HOSPITAL BUNKER HILL GROCERY BERRYVILLE, VA. BERRYVILLE NEWS-STAND JEFFEI SON COUNTY WELSH'S STORE - Bakerton STOKES' STORE Bloomery FRITTS' STORE - Mechanicstown JOHNSON'S STORE - Kabletown LEETOWN MARKET- Leetown LOCKE'S STORE - Leetown KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO - Kearneysville For Clean And Use Triple-Refined TI And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 I II II I I I II OLD DOMINION & 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Shies & Service G. E. Appliances A Beautiful Line Of MODERN FURNITURE Telephone 725-2811 Per Week CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. --- HAV E YOUR COPY RESERVED TODAY -- (At The News Stand Most Convenient For You) Israel through a combination of circumstances found herself wealthy. It is conceit for us to for- get the factors (oil and eoppeL for two) that have contributed so much to our wealth, factors we enjoyed and used but did not create. But that is another story. The point here is that nobody and no nation wants to be poor. Indeed, don't most of us feel that if we only had money all our troubles would vanish away? Yet newspaper readers know that crimes such as drug taking, sex- crimes, theft and murder, are committed often by the young people from the community's "besff homes. Instead of doing away with troubles, families are finding out every day that money, so far from solving our prob- rams, often only adds one more problem to those we have. And "still we are foolish enough to want to be rieh. Even we who read and claim to believe the Bible forget its many warnings against affluence. language, whether rich or poor, or where he lives -- no man, woman, or literate child should be without the Scriptures. In our space age of confusion and change, the Bible re- mains constant. Read and study the Bible faithfully, and attend your church regularly. Hear there the word of God , --- His greatest gift, so freely given. , DANGER.FOR "HAVES" For the fact is that in the Bible there are many more warnings against wealth than against pov- erty'. The prophets were always condemning the rich, as Amos did. Jesus warned against riches in his Sermon on the Mount and in many parables. The onlychar- acter in Jesus' stories who ended in hell was a rich man. James utters a special warning to those who contribute to the poverty of the poor by overcharging them or otherwise swinging the scales of justice in favor of the affluent. Prophets in the nation of Israel, at a time when that little nation thought it had "arrived" kept warning more insistently than ever that what makes a nation great is not wealth but character. Copyright 1966 Keister Adverting Serves. Tnc , Strasburg, "ira. CHARACTER CALLED FOR When a society becomes af- fluent, it is On the brink of b~- coming soft and rotten. Solid Christian character is just as needed in an affluent society as in a poverty-stricken one. But what traits of character are spec- ially called for? What kinds of men, in short, are needed to stop the process of decay? One kind Of man certainly is needed, in pros- perity and poverty no less, men of reliable character, men Who will not forsake the hard for the easy way. But remember: Wealth is one of the severest tests of human character. For example, a man may be known for his self-discipline. He does not in. dulge in social drinking. He takes no alcoholic drinks in public or in private. But why is he a total abstainer? Perhaps only because he can't afford liquor at present prices. But if being poor is your o~y reason for being good, then you aren't very good after alll Based on ou~lln*, co~fighted by ~he OMdm~ d Christian Education, National Council of Ifle Church~ of Chrilt in 1150 U; $. A. Released lay Community Pre~ Strvke.) I THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725.706S-PHONES-876.2683 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Deuteronomy Psalms Isaiah Luke Hebrews James II Pete~" 11:18-25 119:6-16 '55:5-11 8:4-15 4:11-16 1:19-25 1:16-21 ESE FIRMS XNY1TE SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative, Inc. RANSON, W. V A. TO SELL IT -- BUY IT ADVERTISE IT IN THE SPIRIT - ADVOCATE J. RUSSELL FRrI'I , INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725.1~11 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER McCLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner Phone 72~9904 Clmrl~ Town, W. VL , i i, SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 1 921 Charles Town, W. Va. KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 2 #$I0 Charles Town, W. Va. YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEK. HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. RANSON PEAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. VA, PHONE- 72~-T072- 725-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Clmrl~ Town, W. Va. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepla Wi t Phone 876- H. S. CLIPPER, JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill.Dale Shopping Center Pholle 7Z~-7081 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. 8HERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725-2245 Charles Town, W. Va. RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725-,5621 Ruson, W. Vs- t J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CE~ North George St. . Phone 92 - 1g WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J. F, SENSENEY, Owne~ Charles Town, W. Va. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "rilE HOME Of BETI'ER VALL~ES" Charles Town, W. VL POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, W, VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town. W. Va. MarUnsburg, W. Va.. Leesbur Vs. Shepherdstown, W. Va. .............. I II L I