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:~i ;~i.:!:/ II:ilI/:I:YE:IC::/yl/:L(~ ,i,i I/I,Y~/:ii!/ ~?-! :J', i i i i Lutheran Vacation Church School Will After a year of planning and working the big day came Monday ~VIay 18 for the ,new and modern Assembly of C-rod Church recently constructed in Ranson when it was dedi,ca~ed in a series of spec- ial services held at 3, 6 ,a,nd 8 p. an. And a capaxzi,ty crowd turned ou,t for all three services wil>h a host of vi'si~ing olTicials of the As- sembles of God churches in this district, plus some district church officials. In the above picture ,the new church, located on Fairfax Boulevard near the Ranson Circle is shown as ,the huge crowd ~ath- ered for the dedication service. The Rev. Albert F. ~t~ne, pastor who came to Charles Town and l~anson abot~t a year ago from a ~harge in Bu,tler, Pa. a;~d who played ~he major role in the chur- ch's constru.c~on, said the $30,000 ed4,fice w~s carrying lea~ th'an a $2,000 debt v~hen .the deddcation service was h~ld. The Sanotuary of the church has a se~ting capa- city of 200 and it was completely ,f411ed for both the 3 and 8 p. m. services and fairly well-,filled for the 6 p. m. service. For the dedi~tlon service the Rev. Kelley Wlgfleld, Superin.ten- der~t ~f the Potomac Distric~ of ethe Assem,bl~es of CrOCi Church, ~as the principM speaker. Also a- ,mcng the visitdng clergy digni~ar- tes was the Rev. Mr. Gcrwans who ,has started a series of revival ser vices at the church and ~hey will run for a period of two weeks. The Rev. Mr. Thomas, former pastor of the Cl~arles Town-l~an- son Assem'bly of God Charge was also a visiting guest and he and ~Mrs. Thomas presented several Spiritual numbers for the Dedica tion program. The Roy. Paul Boy- co, pastor of the Culpeper, Va. church led the group in singing and his wife accom~panied for the singi0ng at the church piano. The Rev; J. B. Heck, who also preaz~hed in Ranson and in Bruno wick, Md., but now at a ch~arge at Belvoir, V.a. was in charge of the specia'l collections taken a~ the t'hree services to help retire the church debt. Spoke At Service For the 6 p. m. service the Rev. Litsinger, Sundzy School Superin- tendent of the Potomac District, delivered the message w~hich deal,t with the work of t,he church's Sun :day S~ho~l program. For the evening Fellowshlp ser vice .w~dch s~w an overflew crowd on hand it was the Rev. Frank Fr~tbo of Cum~berland, Md. w,ho delivered the special me,age for the occasion. After the dedication service and Jtu%t before the 6 p. m. service the Young Peoples section of ithe church was converted into a caf- eteria and free ~nners was ser- ved ,those present, with all the food and s~,t dri;nks for the din- ner having been don,ated by mem- 'bers of the oongreg~thon wlaich has now grown to more than 150. Other viol.ring pastors who came Jn for the blg day were: the Roy. Kyle of the Hancock (~Vid.) Chur oh; the Rev. Pittman of ,the Hed- gesville Church; the Roy. Clover Run From June !-12 I The St. Thomas Lutheran Va- cation C~hurch School will be held Potomac Garden Club of the Hayfield, Va. church; the Rev. Streikland of the Martins- ~burg Churc~h; ~the Rev. Porticoff Chis year beginmng June 1 throu- l g~ June 12 at the church, Mrs. Joseph ,~taley, the director, an- nounced t, his week. There will be el,asses held for ages u,p to 12. Weekday classes ~iH begin ~t 9:00 Hears Mrs. McCasbin Talk On Flower Trends Mrs. H. Ben*ton McCasbin of Riderwood, Md. was ,the speaker ~t the mee~ng of the Potomac &arden Club held at "Popodican" che home of Mrs. H. H. Will~iams in Shepherds'town. The subject new trends in Flow er arranging was presented in an ~nformal and interesting man,nor. ~he said arrangemen,ts are made __[ of bolder color now and more un usual designs. She gave a demon- ~tration of the newest trend in ar- ra,ngemen%s kno~vn as the ParVho lic Curve. ' Mrs. McOaslin s,~a,ted she had a preference for period arrange- ments and found ~hem much more saris,factory as to beauty. She demonstrated several other arrangements using nasturt4ums in glass, a silver shell arrange- ment with a rubrum lily, an infor real modern arrangement was transformed with a formal one by adding accessories. She sugges,ted use of natural folmge even when using artificial flowers. Several constitutional c~anges, III $11 I1[III I " IIII FOR YOUR ' a. m. and end at noon. The morn- ing acedwbties will include worship, study groups, projects and g~mes. Each class wil'l be studying the general theme, "We Belong To God". Teachers and he}pets are the follo~ving: Nursery-~Mrs. Donald Bamngardner and Mrs. Alvin Ma- phis; Ki,ndevgarten-M.rs. Cden Wid,myer; Primary~Mrs. Harry Ashcraf, Miss I~aye Lee and M~ss Virgin4a Sny~ler; Jurgors-~Irs. Wil .Itam Stevens and Mrs. JOhn Vick- ors; Piaai~-~Mrs. Guy E. Ebersole. Other workers include Mrs. Don- old Noland, Mrs. HerbePt Olson, and Misses Huze~ Anderson, Jo Anne An~lerscm, Bffiie Jo Beard, of Washington, D. C.; the Rev. Gatl l~l)tzlmtrick, IAnda Poole and Helms of the Hagerstow,n (~VId,) J~ne Specht. Church who" conducted the ser- I vices. Also present were missionaries NEW LIBRARY HOURS "i~s year's oonfirm~Rxn class from India and Egypt who alsoi --------- ~poke briefly on the program. Beg~nn, ing ~Mondky, June 1, ~d~e a~ ~t. Thomas E,angel~al Luth- The Rev. ~Mr. Stme said proudt Olde Charles Town Library will be eran Church was received lnt~ and most ~pprecia~tive of the out- 'open every morning ~onday mer~bersl~p on Pen,teoost, May 17. standing generosity wl-~c~h mere- through Friday from 10:30 ~o 12 They are: fron~ row, lef~ to rig~ bers of the congregation had dis-nOOnun~ll 8:30.and Fric~,YIt w 1,11 also be openni'gl~t from 7:30Sat Donald WiIli,~m Snyder, son of I Jane Albr~ght, daughter of Mr. ,played in providing the material and monet,ary ,means for bui'Idlng urday efternoon from 3 ~nil 5 p. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Snyder; and I mnd Mrs. ~lenvi,lle Al6rig~t. ,the church and also the m, any im. ~long hours of work and sweat! -- vChich many of them h,ave p,~t in- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. to i~t's construction, and in pl,an- VISIT CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 VA. ndng and carrying out the dediea- To the Creditors and Benefic- titan day events. Mr. Seine also of- i,aries of ~he Estate of Charles feted special thanks to members Thomas, deceased. of the Charles Town Cltizens Fire All persons having claims a- Company for the loan of ch, airs ltaknst the esta~ of Charles and t~bles for the dinner served on dedication day. Thomas, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the Mr. StOne swid th,a~ although same, with vouchers thereof, le- the church has been built and ded gaily verified, to the undersigned, ic~ted, there are still some pro- at my office in the Citizens Office je~s to be completed such as l,and Building, Charles Town, West soaping of ,the church land, stuec- Virginia on or before ~he 14eda oing of the outside of the church do~y of Dec., 1959; otherwise they and so,'ne additional equioment may by law be excluded from all for the church and Sunday school, benefit of said estate. All bene- This is the second such church flclaries of said estate are notified which Mr. and Mrs. Seine have to be present on said date to pro- bui:lt in the past five years, t~he teet their interests. first one being at Springfield, W. Given under my hand bl~s 25fin Va. just five years ago. After build day of May, 1959. lng that church the Roy. and Mrs. Stine went to B~tler, Pa. w~e{et L.C. BRISCOE ' Commissioner of Accounts he served a pastorwte for four County of Jefferson years. Then he was again scruck ~Iay 28-3T- .wllth the urge to move into an- other ,rnissia.n field and build an- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors" and Benefic- iaries of the Esta, te of 1.~i,la B. Grar~tham, deceased. All persons having claims a- ,gainst ~he estate of Lella B. Granth~m, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or ,before .the 14fin d~' o~ Dec., 1959; otherwise they ~may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect thelr interests. Given under my hand this 25th day of May, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson May 28-3T- J o~her church and of the t~hree choices of places he had he dec~d- ed on Ransom TH A ,approved by the executive commie tee were read. They wH,l be voted on at the June meeting. Mrs. Schneider who has been preparing a history of the twe~n- ,ty five years of the club, reported it finished. Guests from Martinsburg Gar- den Club, Mecklenburg Garden Club and Old Berkeley Club were ~ntroduced. Mrs. Henry Du.trow r~ted the most points in the horticulture specimens. Miss Ru~h Miller sec- ond, Mrs. John Goulding, Mrs. Herbert Everhart third. " On flower arrangemen~ts Mrs. Felix SChneider won a b~lue, Mrs. I R. A. Hockensm~,th a' red. Mrs. ,Henry Dutrow a yell,~w and Mrs. S. H. Stone honorable men,tion. The theme was "Iris on Parade." NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Mrs. J. H. Morris was elected to membership in the club. The hostess served del4clous re- freshments from a table carrying out the Spring Motif. Any wife can make a re,an of her husband if he will only listen to What she says. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of George Ed- avard Viclcers, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the est, a~te of George Edwa- rd Vickers, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verlfted to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before ~he 14th day of Dec., 1959; otherw,Jse ,they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 25th day of May, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson ~May 28-3T- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of C~hlothilde ,Hoover Srni~xson. deceased. All persons having claims a- g~inst ,the estate of Chlgthi,lde H. cDn~hson, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before ~ae 14th day of Dec., 1959; oVherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said e~tate. All bone, ficiarles of said estate ate notified to be present on said date to pro, tect their interests. Given under my hand this 25th day of May, 1'959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Aceount~ County of Jefferson May 28-3T- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To The Creditors and Benefic- Iaries of the Estate of John ~ar- Moon Hall, deceased. All persons having claims a, gainst the estate of John Hard- son Hal.l, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gaily verified, to the undersigned. at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or ~be~ore ~he 14th day of Dec., 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to Pro- tect their Interests. Given under ,my hand Mils 2~t~ day of ~V~ay, 1959. L. C. BRISCOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson ~y 2B-3T- TH CHURCH FOR ALL . .. ALL FOR THE: CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is a siorehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church. neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why ',e~ y person should attend services regularly and tupport the Church. They are: (l) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which need~ his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read you; Bible daily. Day Book Chapter Verses Sunday 1 King~ 12 16-33 Monday Revelation 11 1-19 Tuesday Revelation 12 1-17 Wednesday 1 Kings 16 29 17 16 Thursday I Kings 17 17 18 16 Friday 1 Kings 18 17-35 Saturday 1 Kings 18 ~16 19 S SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS A] 4---B THURSDAY, MAY Moler's Farm Women Hear About Care Of Fabrics At Meeting 2VIembers of the Moler's Farm Wom~an's Club met ~t the home" of Mrs. Jessie L. Frye Wednes- day evening M~y 13 wi,bh M~,as Ch~rlo~e Koor~tz as co-~hostetss and Mrs. Buler McDonald ~ave $he lesson on "Oare of Today's Fa,nrics." I In her talk she said today we ]~are seeing many more labels th,at ]give informa~on as to w.ha~t the If, attic is and ex~a