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1971 Harcly, Clarence Lee Hardy, Frank E. DELINQUENT TAXES Hardy, Paul E. Hawkins, Leonard Name of Person I Herring, Roy H. Charged with Tax 'Heskett, James Edwin Taxes Unpaid Hinton, Gerald Hinton, William N. CHARLES TOWN DISTRICT Holmes, Albert L. Amos, Wallace R. & Elaine E. Itostler, Forrest E. 5.67 Hough, Delmar R. Anders, Kenneth M. & Mary L. Hough, John L. & Beatrice • 162.22 Armstrong, Garland D. & Alice L. 43.!2 Arnold, Richard R. & Betty o.L'50 Adams, Garnet 35.20 Anderson, ttoward N, Jr. 4.84 Houle, William O. Housden, Carroll Housden, Elwood Housden, Rufus Jr. Huff man, Gerald Hummer, Allen Jenkins, Melvin W. & Velma 53.04 1 Sterle, John J, & Helen M. 11.34, 27.5270.7850.2028"36 [ Sulliman' David F" & Margaret L" i  92.7467.224.887"681 lllll Seal, See, Schroyer, Schafer, Sanderson, Sager, Shirley Charles Terry Edward Richard Rueben E. L.A. 33.32 58.72 78.56 22.70 11.34 8.50 8.50 14.78 1 See, Stanley S. 58.72 5.67 1 Shade, William B. 10.50 Zion mhlv God 282400 Sheldon, A00bert G 101.26 _se.._.. 48.20[Sherrer, D. H. & Sons 1.62! | 36.86 [Sherrer, D. H. & Sons Inc. 7.26 Vaca,,on Bible School 58.72 1 Simmons, Dale E.  8.50 4.84[Simmons, Paul 7.68 The Zion Assembly Church of 53.76 }Simons, John W. 2.84 Millville will conduct their ann- 36.04 ]Small, Macie H. 55.88 ual Vacation Bible School June 34.181Smallwod, Peggy 25.52 12 - June 23 each evening, Mon- 2.84 Smith, Warren H. 6.26 Anderson, Roger E. 14.34 Antonucci, Peter G. 101.26 Ashbaugh, Leo D. 19.74 Automation, Equipment Leasing Corp. 236.78 Baker, John L. & Beatrice M. 8.50 Barger, William L. & Eulah B. 76.32 Barr, Raymond E. & Elda V. 65.22 Barr, William S. & Audrey F. 85.22 Berry, Floyd W. 21.86 Borders, Larry L. & Barbara L. 49.62 Brandt, Arthur V. & Rita 4.25 .Brown , Thomas L. & Louise C. 11.34 Bukosky, Walter C. & IIe!ena A. i . 5.67 I Buracker, Glenn W. & Ollie May 12.05 Burch, Emma F. et al 7.09 Burgle, Thomas J. & Margaret It. 8.50 'Bagent, Paul V. 6026 Baker, Kenneth A. 84.24 Barr, H. Pierce 13,34 Barrow, Harry 5.84 Beamer, Jerry 27.52 Bell, Cleveland Eugene 29,78 ell, James Larry 19.02 Bennett, Calvin 30.36 Berry, Clarence Cecil 28.52 Berry, Emma 8.50 Berry, Harry Gilbert 7.68 Berry, Wilbert 14.34 BOrders, Nina 48.10 Bowers, Robert J. 75.72 Bowles, James 16.18 Bowles, Walter 13.34 Bowling, Clark Jr. 11.22 Britner, Hervert V. 16.18 Brookman, Kenneth 64.38 Brown, Velda 8.50 Jewell, Violet Jenkins, Donald David 5.56 Jenkins, James C. 3.42 Johnson, Harold Edward 10.50 Johnson, Lawrence 16.18 Jones, Leslie H. 16.18 Jones, Thomas H. Sr. 1.42 Jones, William B. Jr. 50.92 Jorden, William F. 17.02 Keen, Albert C. 75.74 Kilday, Mary Catherine 28.36 Smoot, James M. 25.52 Smoot, Laurel D. 3.42 Smoot, Spencer E. 56.72 Southard, Kitt£ S. • 17.02 Sowers, Addison G. 3.42 Spates, Floyd Franklin 70.78 S tangner, Jerry 16.18 Staubs, Arnold 3.42 Stearns, Gordan 61.56 Stroop, Barryman A. 7.84 Kimes, Dora Virginia 79.40 Kern, Raymond R. & C. Patricia 84.24 Kidwell, Clarence 28.36 Kidwell, David 50.20 Kimes, Paul N. 10.50 Turner, Nelson W. Life Kisner, Leo Jr. 43.96 Tahb, Ann . Kuykendall, Ralph 55.88 Taylor, Pete A. Ledwig, Lawrence J. & Elma J. I Taylor, Reuse & Helen 5.67 [ Tidwell, Mrs. Nina Lewis, Emmart J. & Loretta M. [Tierney, Phillip Bruce 11.34 Togans, Theodore Jr. Longerbeam, Robert L. & Arlene Toppers Club V. 31.20 Town House Motor Lodge Lame, Merle 16.18, Towne House Motor Lodge Lawson, Jesse N; 72.90 Townsley, "Howard LeBlanc, S.J. 78.56 Turner, Gerald F. Lewis, Howard C. 3.42 Turney, Bruce Bruce, Thomas' S. & Marg0 13.34 BUracker, Glenn 10.50 Burnham, Joseph Warren 24.68 Mahoney, Margaret V. Burnside, Charles 28.36 Marehand, Daniel Campbell, Harry W. & Bessie R. Mason Dixon Sales ........... 22.68 Medgold, Dairy Co. " Carson, Albert P. & Anna B. Mello, Bessie Stroop, Barryman A. Jr. 5.68 Taylor, Frank A. & Carol H. 5.67 Thomas, Mary Ellen 8.52 Tomlin, William A. & Salley L. 22.68 23.39 53.88 11.52 33.20 59.56 38.29 21.84 31.20 398.12 209.62 47.3.6 3.42 18.43 Lloyd, Edward J. & Louise 7.09 Long, James W. 4.84 Longerbeam, Carlton W. 6.26 Longerbeam, Elmer 47.36 Longerbeam, Harry W. 1.78 Lopez, Joseph 36.86 Louviere, Glenn 99.26 Lowe, Charles & June 2L84 Magaha, James G. & Doris S. • 68.77 Mathena, Robert A. 80.82 Miller, Sue H. 28.36 Moler, John E. 8,51 Moore, Walter F. & Mary D. 8.50 Morris, Homer H. & E. Jean 63.81 Morrison, James L. & Frances 8.50 Maconaughey, Larry T. 61.56 Mahoney, Allen Lee 81.40 2.84 6.?6 5.33 36.58 48.20 Vassar, James W. & Carolyn 44.54 Vaughh, Barbara 8:52 Verrone, Lewis D. 51.04 Viands, Richard E. 40.28 Webb, Robert L. & Katherine V. - 62.98 Weister, James E. & Rose M. 57.30 Weister, Joseph P. & Mary Ellen 20.44 White, Luther 19.84 White, William H. Jr. & Dianna S. 5.67 Wilt, Howard L. & Myrtle V. 210.44 Witfiers, Roy E. & Anna M. 12.05 Weiss, Bernie 50.20 day thru Friday from 6:30 - 9:00. Classes will be held for ages 4-18 years. For information or to register, eall 535-6959 by Wednesday June 7. "WAIT DO NOTHING" . SERMON FOR METHODISTS ."Wait. Do Nothing." will be the sermon topic of Rev. Owen B. Womack on Sunday, June 4,, at the Asbury United Methodist Chu rch. Two worship services are available 8:30 and 11:00 a. m. A nursery for preschool children is available for the 11:00 a. m. service. A church school, for all ages, is at 9:30 a. m. Monday: Co-operative Parish will meet at Chestnut Hill 7:30 p.m. Tuesday: Circles will meet as follows: • No. 1 with Mrs. Kable Johnson S. George St., 2 p. m. No. 2 with Mrs. Harvey Leh- man, Morron St., 8 p. m. No. 3 with Mrs. Joe Rinaldi Reyman St., Ranson, 8 p. m. No. 4 with Mrs. Edward Saville S. Mildred St., 8 p. m. No. 5 with Mrs. Donald Mickey Summit Point Road, 10 a. m. Wednesday: Senior Choir 8 p. m. Thursday: Commission on Evan gelism 8 p. m. Weller, Raymond A. Werneth, Hilton E. White, Robert S. Whitmore, Marion Faye Wiles, Ronald & Evelyn Wilkerson, S. Mack Jr. BAPTIST CHURCH TO RECOGNIZE GRADUATES AT SUNDAY SERVICE Charles Town Baptist Church will recognize the high school graduates at the eleven o'clock ,seice Sunday. The seniors that 58.72 are associated with the church 21.84 are: James Gregory Cameron, 7.84: Virginia Mac Cross, David Rich- 25.52" ardson Dorsey, Linda Kathryn 34.04 Kratz, William Francis Lancas- 28.94iter, III, William Walter Lloyd, 737.26 Charles Town Towne House Motor Lodge, Inc. 2393.25 Cogle, Carroll E. & Sandra D. 6.75 Courtney, Seldon F. Jr. & Shirley I. , .... 24.84 Cunningham, E. C. et al 174.40 Cameron, Harry 70.06 Chapman, Lewis L. 3.42 Chapman, William 55.88 Chrisman, Marion Eugene 62.38 Cities Service Oil Co. 3.55 Clark, Dorothy 48.20 Clark, William 24.68 Clemmons, Mary Demory 70.90 Cole, Stoner € 19.02 Combs, Samuel & Leola V. i9.02 Craig, Roy 7.68 Crawford, James E. 3.42 Cross, William Clyde 13.34 Crum, Robert E. 89.90 DeLauder. Philip J. & Jane E. 5.67 Dillow, Catherine V. et al 54.60 Dillow, Edna B. Est. 11.00 Dinkel, Harold D. & Ida S. 8.51 Dunlap, Dorsey D. & Billie B. 222.60 DeLauter, Paul E. 64.38 DeMonico 232.52 Dignazio, Linda 17.02 Dillow, Benjamin 19.02 Dillow. Clarence E. 29.78 Dill(zw, Georgia J. 76.56 Douglas, Donald, D. 4.84 Douglas, Harold L. 28.94 Doyle, Jack 53.88 Durr, Nora 1.42 Dyker, John 48.20 Ebermav John E. & Harriett M. 22.68 Elliott, Forrest R. & Mary E. 26.12 Engle, Millard C. & Va. I. 272.80 Erickson, Juel & Marcia H. 4.25 Edwards, David & Wanda 13.34 Ellifritz, Ernest 87.08 Elliot, Amiel 45.96 Elliott, Ronald Leon 58.04 Elliott, William Lawrence 5.67 Engle, James 5.84 Engle, Virginia J. 42.54 :Eppley, Carlton 50.20 Eppley, June E.B. 19.84 Fadley, Norman 3.42 Fiddler, Carroll W. 41.70 Fields, Rosier Jr. 9.68 Fisher, Richard H. & Gladys 4.84 Ford, Edmond 55.88 Fortney, Homer W. 14.18 Fraley, Philip 81.40 Frye, A.T. 34.04 Giffin, Elmer Richard 13.34 Glassford, George Robert 50.20 Grapes, Carroll 3L19 Gray, Robert E. 65.82 rey, Garfield Jr. 56.60 Grey, Rachel E. 1.42 Griffith, Homer 27.52 Grimes, Edgar S. 20.02 Grimes, Isaac 25.40 Hazel, George H. Jr. et al 11.34 Hilliard, Willie J. & Norma Jean 5.68 Hoak, William R. & Joyce Ann 8.50 Hoereth, Wayne H. & Mariam N. 4.25 Hostler, Charles N. & Ethel 166.48 Housden Junior S. & Doris M. 27.10 HamiRon, Harry 70.06 Hanilton, Harry W. Jr. 36.04 Hamlin, Darrell 27.52 Harden, Charles W. & Anna L. 75.56 Harder, Samuel L. 33.20 Harding, Warren D. 7.84 Mello, Lewis G. 11.34 Mello, Peter E. 64.38 Mello, Ronald Lee 51.04 Michael, Charles C. 19.02 Michael, Fronia 25.52 Milburn, Phyllis M. 2.84 Marigold, John M. 47.36 Morse, George M. Jr. 34.04 Mumaw, Jo Ann 4.25 Music Masters 9.92 Myers, Paul W. 33..20 McDaniel, James R. 7.08 McDaniel, Jessie M. 30.36 MGee, Billy J. & Richard 36.04 McGee, Edward J. 30.36 McKee, Harold Jr. 56.72 McKee, Harold Jr. 341.04 Newman, Charles L. & Betty  1W. 36,86 National Coach Sales 51.04 Nehi Royal Crown Bottling Company 25.52 ichols, George F. 14.18 orris, Clinton Jr. 19.02 Oft, Margaret M. Mrs. 5.68 Ott, Millard D. & Ruby R. 55.80 Ott, Judy Ann 14.18 Owens, Carl 55.88 Owens, Thomas W. 43.96 Painter, Thomas E. & Leola V. 54.46 Palumbo, Luigi & Christina 4.25 Penwell, Joseph L. & Sandra K. 14.18 Penwell, Laura E. 1.42 Phillips, George W. & Wilma E. 5.67 Pidcoe, David E. & Dorothy L. 2.84 Popkins, John & Alice I. 37.02 Painter, Charles L. Sr. 64.38 Painter, Melvin L. 9.10 Painter, Thomas B. & Leola 34.36 Pena, Eileen 42.54 Pennington, Jack 30.36 Penwell, Charles Edward 14.34 Penwell, Donald K. 17.60 Penwell, Matthew 10.50 Penwell, Waybe C. 32.61 Peterson, Pamela V. 82.24 Peterson, Victor E. Jr. 27.52 Peulet J.E. 34.04 Pierce, Joseph M. 14.54 Pindell, William 61.56 Pinkett, Joseph 10.0 Poling, Leslie 13.34 Poling, Waiter 4.84 Powell, Jerry 55.88 Price, Mrs. Frances 1.42 Pringle, William E: 30.36 Propps, Irvin V. 33.20 P urdy, Russ 16.18 Putman, Paul D. 58.72 Quesenberry, John 61.56 Ragen, Joseph D. Jr. & Barbara 7.09 Runner, Francis W. 39.86 Repass, Ellis L. & Geneveive A. 11.34 RiSton, Clifton F. & Ellen L. • 127.69 Rivera, Fauston D. Jr. & Dainne K. 34.04 Rublin, David H. & Lillian N. 11.34 Rhodes, Gary 16.18 Robey, Joyce 28.36 Robinson, Dale L. & Connie 47.36 Robinson, Paul 5.67 Roderick, Ronald 51.04 Rohebaugh, Gerald S. 72.90 Rouss, Jerry L. 84.24 Rowland, Joseph W. 41.70 Scesa, Bonifacio & Margaret B. 17.02 Sehrt, Charles E. & Movella V. 5.68 Bt.ll Smith, Carey D. & Fannie . Snydm', Floyd W. 112.02 Wilken'. 16 32 i Debra Jean Martin, Perry Eugene mo, Xohn n9Ott, Victoria Lynn Pierce, ira- ::.::;:'";' --T..t: "" .'Z'?, dolph Vernon Rodrick, Susan Wllllngnam, Wllllam l.uz Anna qoht, Wavi,, An, W,,, Wilson, John Jr. & Ida V. 50.20, .... :% ".'' '.,*.;. .............. ana Juuy tay wuL Wilson, Lawrence & Agusta l ........ 38.861 The pastors sermon tar tins Wilts Grocery 20.99, special recognition service will he Wilt, Sheilla 11.34 based on Phillippians 3: 12-16. Wilt, William G. 31.19 Wiltshire, Glenn 13.34 Wioes, John 21.84 Wines, Buster Daniel 3.42! Wolfard, Hobard Ray 14.76i Wolfard, Gary B. 35.60 : Wolfrd, Myrtle 2£4 Zombro, James E. 4.84 CHARLES TOWN CORPORATION Badd0rf, Helen M. 483.66 The topic will be, "Making The Most Of Life." The Evening Vesper Service will be discontinued until after IAbor Day. The Pastor, Clarence O. Smith, and the Music Director, Harold L. Chambiin, Jr. will attend the Southern Baptist Convention in Philadelphia from June 5th thro ugh the 8th. Vacation Bible School for boys and girls ages 3-15 will be held Barr, Raymond E. & Elda V.  " 35.01 Baylor, Charles M. 145.52 Berry, Lewis C. & Mary E. 29.68 Blue, John Est. 13.34 Branch, Janey 3.34  Brown, John & Peachy Hrs. 18.34, Brown, Rosa 1.67  Baddorf, Dale R. 23.34 Badd0rf, Russell 103.90 Bagent, Lester E. 13.00: Bailey, Asa, 10.01. Bailey, David E. 17.00 Bailey, Edward 19.68 Bailey, Hazel 13.34 Barbour,  lidhard 9.68 Bennett, Curtis 13.00 Bennett; Mary 10.00 Blpe, Grafton 38.36 Bdb's Gulf," %: Robert Rauling 46.70 Braxton,= Donald M. 13.34 Brown, Anna Mae 6.68 Blown, Arthur J. Jr. 4.68 Brown, Walter Sr. 43.04 Craig, Nellie A. 30.02 Craven, Adam P. b 100.08 Campbell, Darry J. 40.04 Carson, Albert P. 73.38 Clark, Paul R. 29.68 Clem, Robert J. 73.04 Craddock, Samuel C. 19.68 Craig, Mary 3.34 Creamer, Larry R. 15.01 Curry, James S. 28.34 Davy, Melvin R. 43.36 Doleman, Christine T. 19.18 Dorsay, Contee & Sarah 46.36 Dillpw, Donald Lee 29.68 Dingus, Harry E. 19.18 Edwards; David L. 26.34 Furniture World, Inc. C. g. Vaught Jr., 146.98 Fellers, Herbert 8.36 Fields, Harmon 26.34 Fletcher, James T. 4.68 Ford, James 16.34 French, Da,id 9.68 Fuller, Charles B. 19.18 Galanis, Nicholas 1.68 Garner, Charles 8.34 Gil!espie, Bgrns W, 23.02 Gonzalez, William Jr. 8.34 Good, Gregory 634 Green, Dorothy 6.67 Hall, James Wilmer Est. 28.38 Hammond, Fred F. & Gladys 43.36 Hester, Daniel & Lila 11.67 Hooper; Albert G. Jr. & Barbara N. 105.42 Happy Land Inn & Taxi Center 55.88 Hardy, Paul L. .42 Harris, John 3.34 Hai-vey, Russell 10.01 Head, Kelly B. 6 Henshaw, Rev. Roger L. i Hooper, A. G., Jr. 20.02 TURN TO PAGE 7.B from Jgne 12th through the 23rd, from 9:00 A. M. until 12:00 noon each day. The Youth Department is con- ducting a paper drive this Satur- day morning to assist in the re. modeling and decorating of a Youth Recreation Room in the church. LEETOWN CHURCH OF BRETHREN SERVICES The following schedule of serv ices, meetings, and events were announced today for the Leetown Church of the Brethren by the Rev. Joe Lewis, pastor, fer Sun- day, June 4, and during the week June 4 - Worship 9 A. M. Ser- mon centered around Matt 4 '"The Temptation of Jesus". Sun day School 10 A. M. June 5 - Bible Study and Pray- er Meeting - Studies for the Book of Revelation - James Dodsen will direct the study. June 7 - Choir Practice - 7:30 P.M. June 8 - Russell Bixler, Pastor of the Pittsburg Church of the Brethren will preach at Mr, View He was the author of the hook "It Can Happen to Anyone" re- lating to the power and anoint- ing of the Spirit in our churches today. The public is invited to come, worship with us. June 4, 6 P. M. Those interest- Get Ut rult when yo t.k, product eslll BIIMODEX. lo preeerip- tion needed. Y$u must lose ul(ly fat or your money bek. SIAMODEX is a tab. let 'and eully swiiow#d. No starving. no special exercise, no harmful drugs. SLIMODEX eost $$.00 and is old on this GUARANTEE: if not satisfied for any reason. Just return the unused port- ion to the mtkers and et your full money back. SLIMODEX ia sold by: MOFFETT'S PHARMACY Clmrlk Town - Mall Orders Fillod May 4-ST-Pd. l PAPER-- For Wrapping & Printing PAPER PRODUCTS Towels, Tissues, Bags LOCKER SUPPLIES For Homes, Stores, Et Ask Your Dealer ANTIETAM PAPER CO. Hagerstown, Md PHONE---Regent 9-0600 ed in becoming involved in com-Iship 11:00 A. M. Sermon topic, mitted visitation will meet in the ["Substitutes". The Lord's Supper Parsonage with Mt. View sharing lwill he observed at the service. in the service. Jay Fifer from I The monthly business meeting Frederick will direct our discuss-I of the church will be held next ion. • [Thursday at 8:00 P. M. No prayer -- . Imeeting next week. ELI BRANCH, HALLTOWN 'd PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES Lowe Heads "Stephen - the First Christian Martyr", will be the sermon topic[ h ph d C Sunday for the worship services e er 0 e at the Halltown, Elk Branch Pre- sbyterian services it was announc ed by the Rev. Fred A. Smith, pastor. At the Halltow Church the morning Worshi service will be at 9"30 a. m. with Sunday School at 10:30. At the Elk Branch Church the Sunday School hour is at 10 a. m. with Worship service to follow at 11 a. m. Choir practice will be Monday 7 p. m. SUMMIT POINT SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH Summit Point, W. Va. Rev. Richard G .Moore, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Le- roy Cheshire, superintendent. Classes for all ages. Morning Wor Emeritus Club Shepherd College Professor Emeritus Cletus Lowe was elect- ed President of the Shepherd Col lege Emeritus Club at the annual meeting on May 12. The Emeritus Club membership is composed of persons who were graduated from Shepherd College fifty or more years ago. Mr. Lowe is in the Class of 1922. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe, Shepherds town residents, share the respon- sibility for guiding the club's act ivities with Jesse R. Ryson, Class of 1915, club Vice President. Mrs. Lowe was elected Secretary-Trea surer. Outgoing club president Wil- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1972 liam Stanley, Martinsburg, Class of 1914, presided over a gather- ing of 94 club members, one of the largest meetings in recent years. The oldest present was the Reverend John Link, Class of 1904, a 90-year-old resident of Shepherdstown. The class of 1922 was inducted into the Emeritus Club, the class members receiving gold certifi- cates. Thirteen of them 'ere pre- sent. Charles Unseld, Class of 1908, gave the necrology for the past year, listing Ruth Myers, M. R. Dodd, Mary Van Metre, Mildred Banks and Ethel W. Hupp. Clayton Myers, Martinsburg, was chairman of the committee presenting the slate of new off- icers. Lunch was served by the Shepherdstown Volnnteer Fire- fighters Auxiliary, .in the War Memorial Building, Shepherds- town. Attend Church Clint Nicely From Wooster CLINT Clint Nicely, 115 !115 FI]I]T ARK TNI] II;INDII00il ! Tbh = caa ee for asy, ay miles, but I's tot up ia the clouds; his feet are o tl grod! The Church gives  stability too---a broader ision. It lifts up his eyes to see God and the eternal ,alues of lo,e, truth, utice and service which God inspires. It gives him a di- ie perspective from u'hich to eu, his ob, his family hi country---his life! But the Church always ]eeps that man's feet o the groutwl! It accepts him for what he is--regard- less of the clothes be wears or the oh he holds. It looks eril in the face ad sees it for what it is-- det'ilisb cancer which oaly God can cure. It ]weps a man's feet ou the ground • t, bile it lifts up his' eyes to see he- yod tb¢ borlzon. Amt this is what the Church can do for you! It can give you greater son. BuL it's not up in the clouds. It eeps your feet o the ground! Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday olafians • Matthew • Matthew • Mark * Luke •1 Timothy• Titus 3:15-22 19:16-22 26:31-45 10:23-31 10:25-37 6:17-19 1 : 1-4 Co,eh, 9v2 seriptures selected by the American Bible Soclely Keister Adveising Semite, Inc., Strasburg, .Vrginia i This series of messages is made pom'bh by the following Charles Town and Jefferson County from who recognize the value and service o| the Churches of our Community. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. Rmmon, W. Va Phone A$-707- 726-7071 WIrlSKN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE & E. Semeney, Owner Ctmrles Town, W. Va. JOHN'S• RESTAURANT (24-Hour Service) MiMred S1L &Tth Ave. Ramon," W. V- . John Ales . Owner /EFFERSON MACHINE CO. INC. Route 340 East Charles Town, W. Va. DI 72S4088 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Ione 816Skepherdstow lone 725-7068. Charles Town 8UDLEY FUNERAL HOME TOWN ESSO SERVICE CEN'mR MeClure K WllUngham4)wner Phone 72-9904. Charles Town LESLUS nECOnD LAND "Everything In Music" 222 West Waalngten St. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va.. Lees. burg, Va.. Martinsburg, W. Va.. Shepherdstown, W. Va. Brmmwlck, MAGAHA, INC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER N. 6eo. St - Phone 725-5516 CLENDENING MOTORS, INC. Chrysler-Plymouth.Dodge Trucks - Dial 725-2096 222 N. Mildred St. - Ranson RIDDLEBERGER'S STORE Home Fumishin Ph. 722624. Charles Town Gin-8 BUICK . PONTIAC, INC. OPEL - G. M. C. TRUCKS Dial 725-5338 . State RL 9 Charles Town, W. Va. Charles Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRFITS PHILCO & FURNITURE DEALER Pho. 725-5511 - Charles Town HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD COMPANY Halltown; W. Va. J. C. PENNEY cOMPANY "Always First Quality" Charles Town, W. Va. VAN TOL FLORISTS  O Flowers by Wire Phone 725-2019 Charles Town, W. V MERCHANT. NOLAND, INC. CHEVROLET)LDSMOBILE Rotte 10 East Phone 725-7045 or 725-7046 Charles Town, W. VL KABLE OIL CO4 INC. ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725-7510 - Charles Town SMITH OIL COMPANY ARCO OIL PRODUCTS 301 N. Mildred SL Pho. 725-2215. Ranson, W. V'L RANSON MACHINE WORKS, INC. Phone 725-7095. Ranson R. M. HANN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Ph. 725-5215- Charles Town Road, Worthington, Pete and BeCky of Charles Towaa and of Mrs. Margaret Charles Town and Ilarry L. Nicely, of will be graduated Worthington High was elected to the Society in 1971-72. He ed a baseball State University. He pitcher on the School team and son with a .444 batting SUBSCRIBE TO THE ]Lesson for June Ickground Scripture: Acts 10:1-8, 30-33. Dsvutiumal -Reoding: Psulms' Every evening at hundreds, perhaps people throughout States and even gether observing minutes of silent meditation. They are about in t] except a ti Rev. Althouse agreed those who participate. A devout man Whenever someone me for counseling suggest that the' nine o'clock help and power. ple will return they have been aided imple observance. guidance, comfort those who have There is nothing about this ing and help results mal consequences life of devotion. TOO ple never pray are in the midst of an There is nothing praying ed in the garden cross. But not for the ing a new but of building upon ship that was already tablished. The same his followers. If we able to pray sea, we need to life of prayer comes. "Keeping" prayer each day just the pipeline ceive God's power it most. This strength of ion in Acts 10. He man who... to God" (10:2). About the ninth It was in the ninth hour of Cornelius received that both deepl life and the life church as well. A him that eventually Simon Peter, the into his life. In lar life of dail eeived In George about Joan of Are, (heir to the throne) because the to a poor peasant the royalty of come," says Joan, not hear them not listening." So, would both hear God's revelation daily hour of prayar for his voice. (Based on outlines Division of Christian Council of the Churches