Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
June 6, 1968     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 12     (12 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 12     (12 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 6, 1968

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

, . - fen. Sunday Church School class Church of Charles Town, win T Sorry to learn of Mrs. Mary] -t ddan To Hfl I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S + ,~ ,~,es at 9:45 a. ~. for adults, young preach at the 11 o'clock service at [Merrman of Brunswick, Md be- f ] THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1968 -:o,f. ~' '~ men and women, and children; Zion Church this Sunday I ing in a car wreck. She is a pa- I ~e~ ,j ~ ~ ~ J~| |J~t[ml~,Edwin A. Fitzpatrick, SuperInten Mr. Hawser, now rector of St. I tient in the Itagerstown, Md. Has- Flower Show June 7-8 ] IJ ip'{ ]~x Iml pnlI, Bla ] dent. Lutheran Church Women Mark's Church, tiouston, Texas, l pital. Her daughter, Melinda, is liP .~' .~IMIll PEJ|~,meet on Wednesday: Epiphany served here from 1951-1960. tie1 married to Douglas Cook, former- . Y g ~$] h~| ~1[ [[I I~VI~,Circle meets at the parsonage at wilt be in this area taking the [lv of Silver Grove, but nov," liv- In Martmsburg Church I F . r ~ I 10:00 a. m.; Trinity Circle meets Refresher Course for the alumni iing in Brunswick, Md. We join with ~.s. John B. Rupley at 2:00 of the Virginia Theological Semi- in praying for her a speedy "Happiness is a June Flower Look for " p.m.; Advant Circle meets at nary. }recovery. show": according to the Berkeley~ [ l~[~ ~l~d[~ ~n~ ~e 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. WlUiam Carl Mr. Hawser was a Deputy to the Mr. and Mrs. David Staubs and County Council of Garden Clubs ],~-5. ~ ,'-:7 ~.= ~.--" Lutheran IBnt n" Choir rehearsal onThurs General Convention of the Epis- sons of Brunswick, Md ,werevis- f L essTnH[orCjuHneASE1 I day at 7:30 p.m. copal Church held in Seattle, ] itors on Thursday with his moth-, which will sponsor a show Friday I,- - ~indiu Wash last fall. There he served ter, Mrs. Hazel Staubs and family, and Saturday, June 7 and 8 in the,] li~~U~l*~ Westview Baptist Church, 301 S.|| - : -" "'-''--- -~-~ " "-- The se~ice of Holy Communion ~V. Stanley F. Homer as Chairman of the Committee on Sunday Guests Louisiana avenue, in Martinsburg,i Re~,onse to the Presiding Bin-l Sunday dinner guests of Mr. I The show will be comprised of/I v- . ~-. - will be held Sunday, June 9, at I~. -- ~ - -- m imp s message .riewas also among land Mrs. Ra,lph Cogle and daugh- 968,flower a~rangements, horticulture I tn tlle"stav-fresh"ba l | ,Y . . - -"- ~ ~" -=i the 8:30 and 11 a, m. services at 110 If~ t~t~I i'reatller AT me nominees m me recem e,ect- ter were Mr and Mrs Tim,n- I specimens and special exhibits "~ ~ -'. ,ion of a Bmhop for the Diocese of I Stewart and children of Bakerton, l The latter wall include an impress ] St. Thomas Evange}ical Lutheran tp-- " s ~ " ~ West Texas. Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter ive display of minerals and ento-[ VntHQ WlNAL I"I~ImUl"IE SHOULD 1 1 i al -- -- -- Church in Ranson, it was axmotme unaav - ~~: . + i of Silver Grove. I me ogical, hie og'c,weather bur i --~,~.~," ,~ -q.-- -F,-u~-~-~mu mn~r nF ed Monday by the Rev. Richard/ " -- ~ -- ~"~ ~::~;~;'~g~t Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal and I eau and landscaping exhibits. / sn= -- E. Neal, pastor. Nursery held dur / The Rev. Stanley I~. Hawser, for ~||~I~D ~ D~C I girls returned to their home in [ All amateur gardners are urged ] ing worship for pre-school child- mer Rector of Zion EViscopal ~|L~ ~n ~VL I Baltimore, Md on Saturday eve-[ to enter the horticulture 4ivision.| [ning after a two weeks vacation l Entries must be grown by the| [ ~ FETT'S PIIAItHACY I tne,uzzaro /with his mother, Mrs. Effie Seal [ exhibitor and correctly labeled.l l (" D! ('} . ~:~~::~:@g.~::~::::~.~~ in Martinsburg, ~nd the latter'sI Containers will .be supplied. Pot-| I i~/ [ A ~ L ~ U t~ Mr and Mrs Don White and l mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs, at/ ted plants must be displayed in|,I~k, --- faLm~.zy': mo'~or- e-'toa whey Ford oni Silver Grove. Sunday guests nd f/ clean clay pots and must have| ] ~ s f the I Mrs Leona Staubs were Mr a,been in the possession of th ex-] [ - ~ = - = : :- -* ~ay z~ ann were gues~ o Mrs Paul Staubs of Lowdown formers parents, Mr and Mrs. IT ' [ hi~itors for three months. / ] -~~'~: ~:. ~.~ 104 E. Washington St. -- Charles Town, Norman White and family.|t n igr?mnVa= / The publie is invited to visit the[ ,~t Mnrl~ Dnl* Gr-v- wE" ; 0~. . . a ~wrs. l~oiana ~auos Oil show Friday during the hours of] ('% his/Baltimore, Md Mr Raymond/ 2 p. m. and 9 p. m. and Saturday/ DIAL 725 7321 rag' m' "he Navy is, spending l,~ar~, wifh hi~ motheu-" Mrs Ma,'vlStauhs and sons of Shepherds-/ from 11 a. re. to 5 p. m. The/ ~.~ .Gom.e m toaa~' an a a~. ou~.~ dfflCE - -- 1 po [ ~~o Ages Monument& TEem is' l~:~e}m }rnaL~milYat t~rStits nWf'of ~urcRpy~:ndva.?~Ie. :n"2/ ~ounc, is cam sed of the Nor-| ~tIe ~% ,teevaon at nauonaay za~ borne, Olde Berkeley, Gateway/ [ bedg. t.~-- t, g [ Mrs. Ernest Seal and and girls] "" " and Berk-mar G~rden CAubs Mr. Russell White was a ca ler~D . - . / ~ x~, x~. F,of Baltimore Md, were Memorial / ay guests ot mrs ~eona Staubs ulmn his brother and family, Mr. " "] I HARTINSBURG GRhNITE 6ut Saie and Mrs. Don White when re-Bitten By tony,~1~ "--"' ~'~" ' Phone 2fi7-6141, 101} West'#{ OS ng turning to camp near Washing-Jackie Grove, thirteen-year-old ] ~i~i ton where he is stationed in the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove,/ Army. was bitten on the arm by a pony/ :~r~ Walt| Mtq [X I FLOYD G. aDaM, OWNER UI I Mrs. Celia White and children on Friday. He was taken to a| Jol were visitors of Mr and Mrs. doctor in Charles Town where hie| -~'''. ~ [ "- Discontinuing housekeepiltg I will sell at Public Sale Antique George Renner and family in tin- cut required five stitches and| ~" ~=~-~ 'l Marthsburg, West Va. gerstown, Md.; also called on her Jackie ,~as given a needle to keep/ and Modern Furniture, located about 5 miles east of Charles aunt, Mrs. Celia Turner. out poison. / Town~ W. Va. and 1 mile east of Halltown, W. Va. on State In Auto Accident Many Pay Tflbute ] -:--:.-: ~ :.-:-: ~: : :-: :-:. -:-.~,-: : :.-:.O.: :~ Route 340 an: Memorial Day being a rainy] i~~~~~"~~ ! WED AY, JUNE: 12, 1968 . m. p one did not prevent friends and| ,[1 r' relatives from paying tribute to| SALE STARTING AT 10 O'CLOCK ! - - their loved ones at the cemetery. | ANTIQUE FURNITURE umum T CTIMI ED Pn Many beautiful flowers were| i J.LTII h /IIIMUl bY. taken to the graves. / Mrs. Jeannette Ramsburg and| Walnut extension table, A-1 s~; walnut drop leaf table; C O L O N I A L children of Frederick, Md Mrs. ] Empire dresser; shoe cabinet; Spinet desk; clothes tree; stools; h'q~Al. ~4~M~ Helen Hahn of near Washington,| china closet; walnut table; stone jars; Ruby water set, old; visited relatives on Sunday, May/ old cradle; some old lamps; lhrhleess dresser; straight back and ~h~rl~ 'Pawn 26, and visit~a the cemetery. / reeking chairs; toilet sets; 3 boxes of phonograph records, old Sunday guests of Mrs. Hazel[ hats; old handmade reeker; Etehin Captain's chair; fireplaceShepherdstown Staubs and family were Miss Sue| Demo~', Mr. and Mrs. David/ tools; picture; mantel dock; R. C. A. Victrola with records; 725-7068 - Phones. 876-6043 Staubs and sons of Brunswick,] Victrola record player;, 12 cu. ft. G. E. electric refrigerator, O, K.; Frigidaire electric refrigerator, 8 cu. ft. ~o~mm~,~em~.~mm~,~m~o~m Md Mr. Wayne Smith of B ns'// - boro, Md. These articles are In O, K. condition. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Staubs/ and daughter Michelle were | Electric Sable and flour lights; 16 tn. electric fan; 2 eleetrte . ~-:: -: guests recently of the latters| irons; 2 fiat irons; telephone bench; R. C. A .Victor radio; I - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth[ Frigidaire range with 441airs and Wonder oven; 3.ptece bed-I A T~ A I~T~ I Coulter and friend in Knoxville,| morn suite, complete; % iron bed, complete; % oak bed, corn- I ~ I ~J~ I Iff# ] Md Route 1. ] pletei smatter rugs; ironing board; bed, complete with box I :---::- ~ Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and springs and mattress; trunks; books; picture and picture ~:~:-~ ~-" daughter Robin spent Memorial frames; window blinds and curtains; 85-ft. heavy duty exter~sion day with his parents, Mr. and g God, who casts doubt upon my Mrs Harry Staubs and family inwisdom and goodness? Who is cord; Bucket-A-Day stove; Jacobsen rotary self propelled Bakerton. lawn mower with grass catcher, like new; ironing board; Mr. and Mrs l~aymond Howell, this, he demands, who speaks in dresser; bed clothing; dress form; wall desk; carpenter tools; Jr of Manassas, Va were Sat- such ignorance? tool box; some toys; 3 towel racks; sewhag machine; new earn- urday evening guests of his sis- gr0ss xaminati0n mode; Army cot; chest of drawers: lawn chairs; lounge; chest ler and family,Mr. and Mrs. Like a dog chasing aurorae- of drawers; old Thor washing machine; kitchen utensils, pots Sherman. biles, Job had demandedreasona- and pans; china and glass ware; kitchen stool; kitchen cabinet; -- - ble answers to his questions. 3 kitchen chairs; garden tools; 3gft. extension ladder, new; ~11Then suddenly the chase is over step ladder; lot of fireplace wood; window screens; 2 steel e A e E R -- ~I and God confronts him: If I give you your reasonable answers, drums; 2 snow pushers on wheels; some carpenter tools; vise; For Wrapping & Printing Job, will you be able to under- stand them? You want to reason old veauum cleaner; lots of others articles not mentioned. For Top Maximum PAPER PRODUCTS K ] together, but are you capable of TERMS--CASII on day of sale. -il F A T=- Towels, Tissues, Bags teasoning with your Creator? Not responsible in ease of accidents. LOCKER SUPPLIES Job had intended to do the For Homes - Stores, Etc. cross-examining, but it is now clear that it will be God asking MRS. NANCY K. PEARL Let our top quality heat- Ask Your Dealer the questions and Job who wit PAUL E. MILLER - Auetleneer ing oil make your home ANTIETAM PAPER need to come up with the reas- sonable answers. If you are . . . SCHOOL . . The Church cultivates faith MOORE; RICKEL - Clerks Hagerstown, Md. ,~1 really so wise, Job, where were CHURCH! The predominant in- character, building the Citizen's Fire Co. will serve lunch. May 30-2t- comfortable an d warm you When the world was created? fluences in the life of a child, foundations of a noble life. this winter. PHONE - Regent 9"0600 Can your mind comprehend the dimensions of the universe and ~ho Home provides love, security, Wise parents understand the ~" understand how it was fashioned? example--to shape the growing per- importance of each of these Can you with your wisdom con- sonality. ences in the growth of - C A L L 725-2215 trol the planets and stars? The answer to'all of these The School .develops the mind, They work faithfully to For Prompt Service questions is obvious to this rea- stimulates initiative, nurtures social all three. sonable man: the human mind is finite, too limited to understand responsibility. FOR EVERY PURPOSE PLUS I To Old or Supertane Ca .omerst Charles Town 116 E. Washington St. Dial 725-7087 the intelligence of God's creative will and purpose. How often, like TOe Church |s the greatest factor on ~ah {~" v~w Hurbg ~ Tim kdl Job, I have found my lot un- THE ~HUR~H,character and good citizenship, it is o store volues. Without o strong Church, neither reasonable and demanded of FOR ALL zotion con survive. There ore four sound God a logical explanation. Yet "'" Atlantic Distributor S O N 0 T O N E .r~ should attend sorvices reo.lar, I might just as well have asked ALL FOR They ore: (1) For his own sake. Einstein for a simple explanation "'" (3) For the sake of his community and notion. RANSON, W. VA. Of Hagerstown of Relativity or challenged an THE CHURCH of theChurchitself, wF Plan to go to church regularly and read your [ I astronomeUs computations of the ROY R. FURR, Manager universe. Co~f$~ :t~SS X~w~ ad~,~ S~ce, r~ str~,~, Va. 733 South Potomac Street The Mind's Limits Sunday Monday Tuesday WednesdayThursday Friday It is natural that man wants,11 Chronicles Matthew John Ephesians!1 Thessalon[ans I Timothy Hagerstown, Md. to understand, to use the mind 34:1-7 22:34-45 ]3:12-20 6:1-9 1:3-12 ~:11-16 that God gave him, to ask his ~ t ~? ~" q~27 ~ qd2? qd2? q~27 q~ + (~27 ~ ~ % ~ Phone: Hagerstown Job-like questions. Still, we must REgent 3-3242 Or remember that often, like Job, we are asking to understand what haur.a.dav Charles Town. 725-5391 our poor finite minds cannot grasp, to grapple with problems This Series of Messages Is Made Possible By The Following Charles Town and pr0tecti0n for mindthatthenare fthat,theintelligiblecreat rhaving nlYHimself'discoveredt theit Firms Who Recognize the Value and Service of the Churches of Our CommunitY' vacation TRIP the limitations of our intellect, your 4 aweWe'resp nd-and wonder.t God?IwithknowhUmblethat HALLTOWrN PAPERBOARD The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. RAN$ON thou canal do all things and that COMPANY COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Pholl~ Before you go, get low-cost no purpose of thine can be Halltown, W. Va. Charles Town. Phone 725.7068 Travel Accident Insuranc~ thwarted," says Job at last. SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME which will provid~ an acc~- He still does not know why dcntalde~ath benefit p[us pro- he is suffering, but now he takes Shepherdstown.Phon~ 87G-GO~ courage and hope in the knowl- RANSON REAL ~ATE teetion against the medical edge that, even while he suffers,& INSURANCE CO INC. J.E. Sell~e~eY' egpenseofac identalinjuries God still reigns. The chMe is - KA~LE OIL CO, INC. Charles TOmb during your entire trip--for over. The pursuer is secure in RANSON, W. VA. ESSO DISTRIBUTOR as little as 3 days or as long the hands of the Pursued. Phone 72S-~072 72~7071 as 6 months. We can also [a ~ 0 m ,~,~m.~ ~v ~ o;,n.u. Phone 725-7510 - Charles Town sIJPERTAN~ d ChrlsKan rmMmofion, Na~otmi Coun ;I d ~* provid insuranco for your c~ ~, a ch,~. +. ~ s. A. hi ~ ~r Dial 725-7087 " baggage, and other personal s, ,j J E E R S O N SOUTHERN STATES etf ts. Call us for dctaL HARDWARE CO, INC. Charles Town Co-Op, inc. atnutctt~tt Im4t SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT RANSON, W. VA. ~, ~ m Phone 725-2245 - Charles Tow~ m e~ ~ Charles jlrl I COMMUNITY OIL CO INC. Dial CHARLES TOWN CITGO SERVICE $3 00 LOSE WEIGHT ESSO SERVICE CENTER Charles Town, W. Va. J. ]P.USSgI Per Week am=zing r ,u]ts wh+. you take our MeClure B." Wfllinsham, Owne MarUnsburg, W. Va. - Lees- pHlI O product called SIA~ODF.d~. No l~reecrip- St~~E and'* ur~mn easily"eeaea" Xmoney swallowed.back" SLIMODEXNo starving,gis a tabletnor Phone 755-9904. Charles Townva.burg' Va.- Shepherdstown, W. Charles ToWn" speeial exercise, no harmful drugs. " SLIMODEX costs $3.00 and is sold on PHONE 725-2211 SALES CORPORATIOH +,+ GUARANTEE: if not sat+stied for ', EDWARD MAGARA HARRY any reason, just return the unused port- ion to the makers and get your full men. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE ey hack. SLIMODEX is sold by: WEST END DIAL 725-7087 MOFFETT'S PHARMACY APPLIANCE CENTER "the Home of Better Values" CharleS ~S To~rN, W.V.~ Charlea Town - Mail Ordera FilledNo George St.- Phone 725-5516 Charles Town, W. Va. Dial EAST WASHINGTON STREET ~Iay 9.6t-pd.