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Cdond Cooks, Carves Navigator Force I" Also Culinary Skills Odor, former he prepared for the turkey dn Presi- ner served 0 guests at Jeffer- Force I', son High's  Annual ,Music on ative dty awards dimaer Col. Odor show Aix Force, mv- ed real delight the eveniPg of 1965. Bt he is May 15 when he displayed 'his in other fields, culinary ski'Hs in he Jefferson ten,surety and High cafeteria. Ie developed md acti-ities, the culinary hobby and skill denonstraed over a period of years through eperimentations with the nat- ' as ne was ire cookery of te many cou- couxse of an ntries around the world which he visited as a Navigar in the U. S. Air Force, especially dur- of .the ing his tour of duty aboard Band Boosters Jhown above, as "Air Force I ' apron and Colonel Odor has had a color proceeded ful and imeresting career be. urkey 4tich ginning in 1941 when he eer- IIIIIIIIIlUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllr WARNING: =_=: h0000ousible for carpets cleaned any = -_= Rent HOST tor clean carpets. " to move furniture. = ed the United States Army Air Force. In World War H, he served in the Soutlvwest Pacific area evactmtion strat- egy as an aixcraft navigator. Leaing military service in 1947 to become a bank el,ler .in his native Ca,Rfornia, he was however, recled m serve ,in e Air Force in 1951 in lahe Korean Conflict. In 1956, he went into the Spel Missions Service, serving as navigator of Ar Force I, flying presidents azd dignitaries all ovor the world Colonel Odor has the distinct ion of serving longer  the narigagor of A" Force I than any oer man in istory. He transported ,President FAsen- hewer, President Kennedy, and Presideat JoTmson during .their respective terms in office; in addition, he flew Herbert Ioo- ver o the Brussels World's Fai,r and ,Harry 1ruman o Greece far King Paul's funeral. Colonel Odor navigated the tragic flight which ook Pxesi- dent JoLhn Kennedy o ,Dallas, Texas, and then winessl .the swearing in of London John- son on Air Force I before he return to WasMngton, D. C. from Dallas. In 1965, Colonel Odor cetired fi'ctn active du and  re- sides n S4ana'ndale wi is wife, Iene, Who is also active in Jefferson's Band osters Associion Calonel and Ms. Odor have ree chi, ldven: Dm- nne, David, Jr., who will $e- ceive his navigator's wings in August at Maer Field ,in California, ad Ptricia, a yun- ior at Jefferson High School and active member of  Jeff erson High Band. SERVICES FOR CHARLES TOWN BAPTIST CHURCH Charles Town Baptist mrch will xecognize the graduating High School seniors from ehe church during the eleven o'clock worship 'hour on Sun- day, June 2. The seniors are: Pamela Custer, Nancy -Iough, Michael Martin, Suelen Sger, Cynthia Slusher and Marjorie Viands. The sermon for the service will be on he topic, "Where To From *Here?" 2he sermon will point o some factors hat will determine che aswer to the question posed by the pic The Wednesday prayer meet- awg and ,ible study will be held at .the church. The theme for the Bible study is, "Jesus and Prayer." Other activities of he week include: On Tuesday at seven o'clock, ,the Baptist Young Wo- men;at 7:30 P. M..the D wil meet; at 8:00 P M the Busness Women's Ciile - meet. |  During e summer months t shampoo method eliminates wet-  the church office wi,tl be ope !t'ks greaL Rent HOST  $2.00. _--only on Tuesday mad rday I:[ i. = 0000IISS00II F54ff nn Inr =-= Mr. n'd Mrs. Buck Viands i! 5ig i U ime  ,,,ovmml sun's,,., = and sons were recent visRors -11 .. Pk..l-- T,=. l V.  of her parents, Mr ,and Mrs.  -,a . ,,,.oa,u, .... -- Elmer Jenkinsand{amilyear !| FLORSHE IMS for men new two tone patent Men, two colors are better than one, and now they're available with the elegant look of crinkle patent. This distinctive slip-on is available in black a.nd white, ..ite or brown and white, or all whit_____e 34.95 Io'9:00 IDAY Wilkins' rootmm, 7 SOUTH LOUDOUN ST. Mrs. James Andrews Calendar Chairman ,borne of the forer's gmnddau glarer, Karen Cemvalo aunt and uncle, Mr, and Mrs, Frank Grove ,of Hagerstown. Mr. Wesley Edwards tas re- turned to his .home/ram being a patient in ,te Kings Daugh- ters Hospdl. Mrs. Mammie Wi4tShire re- tmod to 'her home n Monday fter spending ,three weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Rose in Lake Worth, Florida. Mr. and .Mrs. Charley 'Heare, Scot Bayliss and Mrs..P,u,l Swartz of Berryvi, lle, Va., at- tended ,the graduation of Mr. and Mrs. Hea's son, .Rusty Heare who. graduated from Shepherd College on Saturday y18. MRS. JAMES ANDREWS Mr and Mvs Robert ,Housden 'Mrs. James Andrews, (shown St. and family of Arlington, Ve. above) is serving as chairman ad Mrs. Motley Hillard were of the advertising for the Jeff callers at ,the home of ?dr. azd erson County Commumty Birth Mrs. Elwood B'eeden and fern- day Calendar. And she announc iJy on Sunday afternoon. od tis week tat persons, or. ,Mr. and Mrs. Frands Cunn- ,ganizatdons or businesses de- ingham and daoghter were &m siring to have advertising space day ,guests of the latter's per- in e calendm- should corrtact ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Grove her at 725-7758. and daughter, Lori Jean. Cooperative Parish Council Meets, Acts On Number Matters A meeting of the Jefferson County Cooperative Parish Cou ncil was held .May 6 at 4.t. Zion United Methodist Church, with Izster Dillow presiding and some 29 persons in ttendance. The meeting was opened wi a hymn and Prayer, the latter led by the Rev. Russell Whaley. Business and program Reins were .presented, discuss- ed and action taken where needed. One involvement wi'tl be the presentation of the work of the parish by the council at the Frederick District conference and a display at the Baltimore Annual conference Anohex in volvemeat o the extended dhu rch resulted with the irdormat- ion given that Rev. Zavarias Cardoso was invited to be a delegate at large to his home country donference in Africa w&ioh met May 10-24. The par iah voted to give financial assts lance for ,Ms trip, personal ve- cognition to his wige at ther gradtmUon Which he must niss and prayer for ,his safe journey and e success of the confer. once wlich has worked ,for thirteen years .to bring about peace to the African countries. i ii i RIPPON Austin Nicodemus i i ii ml _ Mr. and Mrs. George Nicely of Richmond, Va. spent the weekend with relatives in Char los Town and they were guests the *home of Mr. and (Mrs. Elwood lreeden and family on Sunday r. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday visitors at ,the l Ell Seeour NEW SPRING STYLES toclayl II I WE STOCK MOST ALL SIZES e thm 14 A-B-C-D-E md EE  FIORSH[IM DOWNTOWN WINCHESTER The Jefferson Calmly 4-H Living ,Heriw,,e Dance Team, participated n e Art and Craft Festivd in Washin@ton, D. C. on Satuxday May 25 from 11 a. m. till 1 noon. Those t- tending were .Frank Adams, Debbie Adams, Maha Anders, Kathy llue, Alfred Owens, Tar ry ,Penwell, Walter Ranali, Rannie .Swope, Robin T,r,ibb'le, Pare Va,ughn, Richard Zigler, Mr. and Mrs. James Saley, Wtr. and (Mrs. BHI Vaughn and dau ghtor Pala, Dennis Bacon and Mrs. June Adams. Mrs. Ester Kilmer of Oherles Town was a Wednesday after- noon .guest of ,her sister and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. " E " BEYOND WORDS Lemon for June , 19"/4 Bokround Sritum: 1 Tbessalon. ians 1. Devotional Rending: 1 Peter 1:13J'% Recently I was in a seminar where Kcith MiUer, author of a number of books on Christian life and witness, ked the group to think of someone, apart from their family, who had first helped them experience Christian love. None of the peo- ple named by the group had said anything almt love, although aH of them had dem- onstrated it by what they did with acts of kind- ness, compassion, Rev. Althouse helpfulness, and understanding Miller then indicated that ff he had asked the group to tell him the meaning of Christian love, they probably would have re- sponded with definitions and doc- trinal statements that, for all their eorrectnes,, would not have communicated mueh about the real power of Christian love. For the most part, he demonstrated, love is something you do, some- thing that goes far beyond words. But also in power This is always true of the gos- pel We can attempt to define R and describe it with words--often eloquent word,--but it is lest demonstrated by action. Jesus had a brilliant message, but his message would have been un- heeded had it not been that his own life validated that message. He not only had a message, Jesus was the message. There was noth- ing that he asked of men that he did not demonstrate in his own life. The Apostle Paul also knew that the power of the gospel was in the action that went beyond words alone. In his first epistle to the church at Thessalonica, Paul reminded his readers that they had been won, not just by his words alone, but by the power of the gospel he lived in their presence. Remembering his stay with them. he said: " . .. for our gospel came to you not only in word, but also in power..." (1: 5) The proof of their preaching was in their own lives: "you know what kind of men we proved to be among you for your sake" (1:Sb). We need nt say anything As Paul and his co-workers had brought the gospel to Thesulon- ica by a power that went beyond words, so the people of that city received it in the same way. Al- though persecuted, the new fol- lowers of Christ in TEeloniea . were seen to posse a strange and compelling joy, Despite hard- ship, they showed what it meant to serve Christ and followers of the Lord were inspired by their example. As Paul reminds them, .. you become an example to all the believers in Macedonia and Achaia (1:7), Best of all, their example was so compelling that Paul found that it was more successful than his preaching: " .  your faith in God hu "game every- where, so that we need not say anything" (h8). That is the best possible kind of witness and evan- gelism. Anyone and everyone can do that kind of witnesaiag for $esus Christ--demonstrating the gospel with a power that goes be- yond words. {md on outlines opyrlghMd by the Oivldon of Clbtkm Edwmkm, C,mil o the Church$ of Chris# h th@ U.S.A. lehmmd by Community Presl lrvic.) Baker Peetwetl nd finny. The sixt grade students and some mothers of South Jefer- son School ttended the Track eet wbivh was eld t Ohar. lea Town J, unior High Sohol on Tuesday May 21. They e- joyed the day of un and Sotth Jefferson Sdhool came ,in second place. They lso enjoy- ed a pack Imurh at nid-daT. L'. and Mrs. Dlwood Breed. en nd Mr. and Mrs. Jene Sam ors and dattgher were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood ]reeden. ,Mr. and ,vs. Sonny Edwavds and son, Rober Jr., of Summit Point, Miss Dawlane Edwards, Mr. Bobby Firc]oth of Fox Glen, ,Mr. ad Mrs. Paud San- iey of Nokesville, Va., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Edwards. Mv. and Ms. Tony Cera,a'lo and ganddaughter, Karen Car uvula were cal,lers at the of the farmer's sister and ,m- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Largen and :Mr. J@mes Ceravalo of Fa,l,l ing Waters, Stlnday afternoon. ,Mr. and ]rs. Garland I. 'Pope SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCA THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1974 11 Va., were Sunday ,ternoon The Swi.tchbladge" will ,be visi, tors a e :home of Mr. eA shown. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. 'Sunday School a 10:00 A. M. (Mrs. Elwood Housden and Morning Worship t H:00. Mrs. Edwood Broaden and dau Christ AmWassadors meet at ghters were Suaday afternoon 6:30 P. ,M. Faenin.g Evangelis- guests of  latter's sister and tic Service at 7:30. brother in law, Mr. and Mes. Wednesday, KnoWs Rest Julian Broaden and family of Home t 11:00 A. M. Bible Ranson. Study and yer t 7:30 P M. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Niced- Spect services with Evan- emus, Mrs. Brenda Jenkins, of gelstic Arnold Buddy Dodd Winchester, Vs. and Mrs. Lay- will bein June 10 at 7:30 P. M. ry Mel;lo and son, Terry of Falls Church, Vs. were Sue, day Youth Coullel NAACP dmaer guests at the home of S rs. Ni00e00u's sistor, Mrs. To Hold Party June 4 Peggy Hart and family of Plans have been con'leted Berryvii.le, Vs. by the Youth Council of the SERVICES FOR CALVARY Jefferson County Naional As- sociation for the Advancement ASSEMBLY GOD CHURCII of Colored PeoFle for an ele- "lhe fol.lowirg schedtle of ser mentary party to ,be 'held June does were announced (Monday 4, from 6:30 unl 8:30 9. m. by the 'Rev. Wltiazn ,Reed, pas- a Star Lodge No. 1 on South tar or Calvary Assembly of Lawrence street, C'hales Town God Church ,in ,HAnson. Fday Admission wll be 10 cents and May 31 and Saturday June 1 the proceeds wl,l go ,to the ben and son, Wayne of Berryviile at 7:30 P. ,M. "The Cross and efeit of e cIdren's Fund. Hi$ RUIN Packed into every watch are cogs and wheels, levers and springs. Varying in size and shape, each helps keep time. But look more closely. A thin film of oil adheres to many of the moving parts. Without it there is friction then wear and.., dam- age. Within most towns, you'll find banks and shops, sup- ermurkets a n d churches. They vary in size and pur- pose, yet each contributes to an orderly society. Faith in God is essential to society. Without it there is friction  then distrust and.., ruin. In church p e o p I e find faith that ives greater meaning to life in a complex and rapidly changing world. Is your life running smooth- ly? Why not attend church this Sunday? This series of messageg is made pouibk by the Mowing Charles Town and Jefferson County firms who recognize the value and service of the Churches of our Community. The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Ph.; 725-7068 - Charles Town SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Ph.; 876-6460. Shepherdstown WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J. E. Senseney, Owner Charles Town, W. Va. PEOPLES SUPPLY, INC. Gra/n. Feed - Mol-Mix Dial 725-2002 - Charles Town CHARLES TOWN EXXON SERVICE CENTER MOL1ure B. Wlilingham-Owner Ph.: 72,5-9904 - Charles Town LESLIE'S RECORD LAND "Everything In Music" RANSON MACHINE WORKS, INC. Ph.; 725-7095. Ranson . R. M. HANN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Ph.: 725-515 - Charles Town HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD COMPANY Paperboard Products From Recycled Fibers Halltown, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITGO SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. - Lees- burg, Va. - Marttnsburg, W. Va.- Shepherdstown, W. Va. . R STUCK & ALGER PHARMACY, INC. "Your Family Drug Store" Ph.: 725-2621 - Charles Town H. L. JONES CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Concrete & Cinder Blocks Building Materials Ph.: 535-6347 Harpers Ferry JCPenney We Know What You're Looking For. Charles Town, W. Va. t SMITH OIL COMPANY ARCO OIL PRODUCTS 301 N. Mildred St. MAGAHA, INC Ph.: 725-2215. Ranson, W. Va. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 222 West Washington St. Dial 725-7512 RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO, INC. Ranson, W. VL Ira.: 72,5-7072 - 725-7071 RAY'S AUTO SERVICE Gen'L Auto Repairs. Body And Feuder Repdrs. Auto Glass - Painting- Ph.: 5-9663 E. North St. - Charles Town MACHINE CO. INC Route 10 Est Charles Ton, W. Va. Dial 70S8 APPLIANCE CENTER N. Geo. St.. Ph.: 725-5516 RIDDLEBERGER'S STORE Home Furnishings - Carpet Resilient Floating Pb.; 72,5-Z24. Charles Town GUY'S BUICK. PONTIAC, INC. OPEL - G. M. C. TRUCKS Dial 725-,5338 -' 8tato RL 9 Charles Town, W. Va. CHARLES TOWN CO-OP . 30 N. Mildred St. Rus0u, W. V,, Ph.: 725.221 VAN TOL FLORISTS Flowers by Wire PI: 725-2019 Charles Town, W. Va. MERCHA,Wr NOLAND, INC. CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE Route 340 East Ph.; 725-7045 or 72.7046 Charles Town, W. Va. ,i , i , i i ,i J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON INC. Appliances - Furniture Deg[er Pldlo -. Gllmm Dial A511 Clmrles Town |Il|lIlllIIliuilllIllIIIIllIiIillIilIIIlIHIlIilIIIllIlllIlIlllI,lllm