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4 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1978 attend and supporl ...t, Do,,. Urges Children Be Vaccinated Against Measles Dr. Leon Ginsberg, Corn- genuine concern and interest for CE REGUlARlY m,ss,onerMartinsburgAreaWelfareStaffWest Virginia clients and employees alike" ' " " THE CHURCH OF YOUR' Department of Welfare and Ms. commented Mrs. Dorothy R. Sally Richardson, Deputy Weller, Area Welfare Ad- Commissioner, spent Wed- ministrator. We certainly were nesday morning with the pleased to have Dr. Ginsberg CHOI back to the Eastern Panhandle fielding questions pertaining to and to hear of his commitment to staffing, salaries, and low client our agency and its many ser- grants. Jefferson and Morgan vices. Dr. MMonAugsburger SERVICESFO. TRI.ffrATE BAPTISTS This week's services at Tri- To Head Presbyterian State Baptist Church, 211 East Second Avenue, Ranson, an- Men In Mission Meet nounced by the Rev. Dr. R. B. DLffee, include: Sunday bool, 10 a.m., with classes for all ages, adults studying the Book of Joshua; youth leadership furnished by Darrell Tharp "Pertaining to Youth." Morning Worship 11 t.m., with a spectal father's day message, and all fathers specially recognized. Sunday Evening services 6 p.m., with preaching by Pastor Diffee and old-time gospel singing. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Bible preaching and prayer, with choir practice at 8:30 p.m. DR. MYRON AUGSBURGER Dr. Myron S. Augsburger, President Eastern Mennonite College, Harrisonburg, Va., will lead the Men in Mission of the Presbyterian Church, U.S. at Masanetta Springs on Saturday, July 15, in a discussion of the topic, Go thou, and do Likewise. The Virginia Presbyterian Conference Center will host upwards to eight hundred men in a weekend of renewal rededication, Bible teaching and outstanding Biblical speakers, fun and fellowship July 14-16 as the "Men in Mission" Synod of the Virginias convenes in its annual meeting at this historic Presbyterian Center. Under the leadership of M. Kelly Deans, President 1978, the Men in Mission program seeks to evangelize and reach men of the Synod in increasing their par- ticipation in the work of the Presbyterian Church U.S. Mr. Dean of Virginia Beach has made the statement that this promises to be one of the out- standing years conference in recent times. SERVICES FOR ST. JAMES LUTHERANS The Rev. J Vincent Guss, Jr., pastor of St. James Lutheran Church, located at Uvilla on the Halltown Road, announces the following services for Sunday, along with other events: Morning Worship, 9:30 a.m.; Church School, 10:45 a.m. June 19-23, Daily Vacation Bible School will be held from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m., atthe Uvflla Parish House. SERVICES FOR CHARLES TOWN BAPTIST CHURCH The Rev. Dr. Wyman E. Hall announces the following ser- vices: Sunday, 9 a.m., Renewal Prayer Group; 9:45 a.m., Bible study for all ages; 11 a.m., Worship Service; 6:30 p.m., Vacation Bible School. Monday through Friday, June 19-23, 6:30 p.m., Vacation Bible School. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL AT LEETOWN Vacation Bible School will he conducted at Leetown Baptist Church June 19 through the 28 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon each morning. All children, ages three through sixteen, are welcome to attend for Bible and missionary stories, songs, crafts, secret codes, a king and queen love club, recreation and refreshments. SERVICES FOR SUMMIT PT. BAPTISTS Richard G. "Jerry" Moore, pastor, announces the following services for Summit Point Southern Baptist Church. Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Leroy Cheshire, director; Morning Worship at 11 a.m. sermon, "Are You Satisfied?" There will be special music by the choir, Mrs. Nora Drish, choir director and organist; Mrs. Arietta McDonough, nursery worker: Monday, BWMS Bible Study 1 p.m.; Wednesday, "Joy Notes,' choir rehearsal 6:30 p.m.; adult choir rehearsal 7 p.m.; youth choir rehearsal 8 p.m.; prayer and Bible study hour, led by the pastor, 8 p.m., and continuing the study of the Gospel of John. Thursday, Bible study, led by Joyce and Tommy Jackson, 7:30 p,m. Vacation Bible School, Mrs. ANNUAL DAY AT ZION BAPTIST The Deacon Board of Zion Baptist Church will observe Annual Day Sunday, June 18th. At 4 p.m., the Rev. Foster L. Covington, Jr., chairman of the Evangelistic and Mission Board of the West Texas Baptist District Association of Texas, will he the guest speaker. Refreshments will be served 'following the service. REV. ALVIN PARRIS TO CONDUCT REVIVAL The Rev. Alvin Parris, pastor of Zion Baptist Church of Charles Town, will be the speaker of the week for revival services to be held at Ebenezer Baptist Church, West Martin Street in Martinsburg, Sunday, June 18 through Friday, June 23.- The host speaker, the Rev. Thomas Martin, invites the public to attend. Services will he conducted nightly at 7:30. TRINITY ASSEMBLY MEN8 DAY TO BE HELD MT. ZION AME CHURCH The Rev. Joseph Washington, Sr., pastor of the Mt. Zion AME Church at Duffields, W. Va., announces the regular morning worship service will be held at 11 a.m. Then at 3 p.m., there will he a special Men's Day service with the Rev. George Bailey, pastor of the Mariah Baptist Church of Amissville, Va., as the guest speaker. The public is invited to attend. C. T. METHODISTS ANNOUNCE SERVICES The Rev. Marcus A. Earp, III, minister of Asbury United Methodist Church, announces the following services: Sunday, 8:30 and 11 a.m., Worship services. A nursery is provided for the 11 a.m. service; 9:30 a.m., Church School for all ages; 6 p.m., covered dish prayer and praise service in Fellowship Hall; 6:30 p.m., Jr. High Fellowship. Monday through Friday, 7-9 p.m., Vacation Church School. Monday, 7: 30 p.m., Committee on Education and Committee on Finance. Wednesday, 9 a.m., Co-op Parish Staff; 7:30 p.m., Bible Study; 8 p.m., Senior Choir. Thursday, 7 p.m., Girl Scouts and Rainbow Girls. CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD SERVICES Pastor William P. Reed of Calvary Assembly of God, 114 Fairfac Blvd., Ranson, an- nounces Sunday Services as follows: 10 a.m., Vacation Bible School Commencement exercises, with all urged to attend. 6:30 p.m., Christ Ambassadors meet; 7:30 p.m., evening evangelistic services. CHURCH SERVICES Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., prayer The Rev. Vincent Fink, pastor and praise, Bible study on the of Trinity Gospel Assembly of Book of Revelations; Royal God, announces the following Rangers, Missionettes, Prims services: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 1.1 a.m. ;Choir Practice for the Youth, 6:30 p.m.; Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Bible Study and Prayer, 7:30 p.m. SERVICES FOR CEDAR GROVE CHRISTIANS Rav. Harry "Bud" Yoder, Evangelist, announces the following services: All services with deaf in- i terpreters. Sunday, 10 a.m., Bible School with special classes for the deaf; Morning Worship, 11 a.m., also Children's Church, 11 a.m., ages 2-11; 6 p.m., youth choir; . '0 p.m., Adult choir and youth meeting for all ages; 7:30 p.m., Evening Worship. SERVICES FOR ST. PETER'S LUTHERANS The Rev. J. Vincent Guss, Jr., pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, located on North King and High Streets in Shepherd- stown, announces the following services for Sunday: Church SChool, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Tuesday, 7 p.m., St. Peter's committee neetings will he held; 8 p.m., Church Council will meet at the Parish House. SERVICES FOR ZION ASSEMBLY Services for Zion Assembly Church at Millville, the Rev. Frank James pastor, include: Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship at 11:15 a.m. Sunday evening service at 7:30 p.m.; Young Peoples' service Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Vacation Bible School will be conducted Monday through Friday at 6:30 p.m. June 12 through June 23. SERVICES FOR ELK BRANCH, HALLTOWN PRESBYTERIANS Fred A. Smith, pastor of the Elk Branch and Hailtown Presbyterian Churches, an- nounces the following services: Halltown: Sunday Worship Service at 9:30 a.m., sermon topic, "Why Many Church People Oppose Gambling." Church School at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Bible Study at home of Mrs. Edwin Cievenger. Daisy Howard, director, will. Elk Branch: Sunday Church continuethrough'thts week with School at 10 a.m.; Sunday parents night being observed Worship at 11 a.m., sermon: Friday at 7:30 p.m. with the "Why Many Church People public invited. Opp Gambling." and Daisies. SERVICES FOR BOLIVAR PENTECOSTAL Services at the Bolivar In- ternational Pentecostal Church of Christ at Harpers Ferry, next to the KOA Kampgrounds, have been announced by the Rev. Samuel Miller, pastor. 10 a.m., Sunday School; 7:15 p.m., Sunday Prayer Service; 7:30 p.m., Sunday Evening Service; Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., prayer and youth service. For transportation call 535- 6919 or 725-7388. In time of sickness or spiritual need call 535-6919. SERVICES FOR ST. THOMAS LUTHERANS At St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church, corner of North Mildred Street and Seventh Avenue, Ranson] Richard E. Neal, pastor. Sunday, June 18, Morning Suffrages at 8:30 and 11 a.m. sermon by the Rev. William E. Eisenberg, D.D.; Sunday Church School classes for adults, young men and women, and children meet at 9:45 a.m. Summer Hours For Library Announced The Old Charles Town Library is open the year round on the same schedule: Monday, 1-5 p.m.; Tuesday, .0 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday, 1-5 p.m.; Thursday, 1-5 p.m.; Friday, 1-7 p.m., and Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Story Time for small children is at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday as it has been for over two years. Special summer activities for the Reading Club will be held on Thursday afternoons at 2 p.m. in the library auditorium. There have been many inquiries concerning summer library hours which prompted this in- formation. Registration for Summer Reading for children will he through June, beginning on the 19th. To earn a merit certifiate children of grades one, two and three must read ten hooks. Those above that must read 15 books. This reading program will end with a party on July 27, when certificates will be awarded and a program with movie cartoons, refreshments and fun will be presented. All are welcome to attend any of the activites whether club members or not, and there is no charge. On June 29 in the auditorium at 2 p.m., a film strip story will he shown. Everyone will enjoy Wind in the Willows taken from the book by Kenneth Grahame. This animal story has enchanted children for years. The film runs about 45 minutes and one can be comfortable, cool and en- tertained all at the same time. In memory of Richard Higgs, his nieces and nephews of Staunton, Va., presented the book, The Thorn Birds, by McCullough. The United Daughters of the Confederacy, Lawson Botts Chapter 261, presented Con- federate Women by Wiley, in memory of one of their beloved members, Mrs. Louise Gardner Langdon. New books, fiction and non- fiction recently put on the shelves are: Price, St. Simon's Memoir; Taylor, Is There a Doctor in the Zoo; Taber, Conversations With Amber; Irving, The World According to Garp,-recently made the best seller list; Peck, The Parent Test; Patten, Death Rides a Black Horse, a western; Knaack Ethel Waters: I Touched a Sparrow; RoudybuSh, Female of the Species, a mystery. II Discounts Offered By Theatre Group BECKLEY, W. VA. -- Theatre Arts of West Virginia in Beckley, producers of the outdoor musical )lays "Hatfields and McCoys" and "Honey in the Rock", is offering ticket discounts to special interest groups this season. Disadvantaged children sponsored by agencies such as the department of Welfare or other organizations, and senior citizens' groups may purchase reserve seats to the plays for $2.00 per ticket. Other groups, whether formal or informally organized, receive a ten percent discount on the price of tickets for parties of 25 or more. Reservations must be made in advance to get the discount prices, offered every per- formance night except Satur- day. The shows open Saturday, June 24 and run through Sunday, Sept. 3. The theater is closed on Mondays. For more information, contact Theatre Arts of West Virginia, P.O. Box 1205, Beckley, W. Va., 304-253-8313, or toll-free within West Virginia, 1-1300-642-2766. At the resurrection the substance of our bodies, however dis- integrated, will be re- united... -St. Augustine. I I I 00mit/00 aczd 00trider llle,norial flu.e,. 00(ome :.H. STR I DE R, J R. -- DI RECTOR 304 W.WASHINGTON ST. PHONE: 725- 5321 CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. Dear friend, We recognize that funeral service is a calling with high responsibilities, requiring strict moral and service standards, and fair and honorable dealing with every family. It requires that all confidential matters of a business or personal nature be held inviolate and that those entrusted to us shall always have respectful and reverent care. Respectfully, I I II County Satellite Offices also were present for the meeting. Employees also posed inquiries regarding work hours, flex time, and compensatory time. Dr. Ginsberg submitted timely graphs showinDllowances for the last seven years as well as a recapitulation of costs for the Welfare Department's programs. He further enlightened staff by outlining the legislative process for budget approval. "Well-received and most appreciative for the opportunity to get 'first hand' information, the staff and I feel Dr. Ginsberg and Ms. Richardson reflected Heart Fund Bridge Winners Card fees from the ACBL duplicate bridge game last Wednesday at the Charles Town Civic Center were donated to the Jefferson County Heart Association. Master point winners were Polly Hauser- Ralph Borlik, first; Jane and Bill McFarland, second, and Barbara Hooper-Jenny Corbin, third. The weekly game starts at 7:45 and John Allen is the Cer- tified Director. Players in need of a partner may call 735-8320. SEARS CATALOG SALES Merchant, Colin & Katherine Dunbar 725.2009 - Rt. 9 - Ranson RAY'S AUTO SERVICE Gen'l. Auto Repair Body & Fender Repairs Auto Painting - 725.9663 E. N. St. -Charles Town Td-County "Miss The entry fsemay have as needed. Sunshine" Pageant A special Miss Award will begivenl To Be Held June 24 group. Thewinr trophy. The en! ditional $3. Coz The second annual Tri-County able to receive Miss Sunshine Pageant, spon- award. sored by Donna Houser's School For entr: of Baton, will be held on information Saturday, June 24, at 7 p.m., at at 263-0646 the Hedgesville High School. The i Dorothy I deadline for entries will be June any time. 19. The public is Master of Ceremonies will he to attend. Stacy Drake, of WYII Radio in for adults and Williamsport, Md. years old Competition will be in long or short dress and sportswear for all age divisions which are: Tiny Miss, ages 0-6; Little Miss, ages 7-10; Junior Miss, ages 11-14; and Senior Miss, ages 15-20. Contestants will be judged on beauty, poise, neatness of outfit and personality projection, no FL modeling. Queens will receive tiara, beautiful trophy and banner. First, second, third and fourth runners-up will receive trophies. All contestants not placing will E. GUY receive participating trophies. EXCLUSIVE J & R Furniture - TV - Carpet 115 3rd Ave. - Ranson, W. Va. Open Daily 9-5 - Mon.-Fri. Ph. 725-3604 THIS SERIES OF MESSAGES IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING CHARLES TOWN AND JEFFERSON COUNTY FIRMS WHO RECOGNIZE THE VALUE OF THE CHURCHES OF OUR COMMUNITY. /ili Sunday : , Acts 10:34-48 Monday Acts 11.'1-18 Tuesday Acts 11:19-30 Wednesday Acts :i:i i 12:1-25 The afternoon sun was streaming through the altar window the Thursday day Ken and Carole spoke their vows. She looked even lovelier with Acts the soft transfusion of light upon her face. But, had it been a cloudy 13:1-12 day, there would have been no less promise in it for this couple. Friday Acts Love needs light. But the light that love needs comes not from 13:13-52 the heavens but from Heaven itself. It is the light of divine truth.., of faith.., of religious commitment. Saturday Acts That is exactly what our marriage vows mean to Christians. 14:1-23 This is why we usually prefer to be married in church. Our promises are given not only to one another but to God. Our love looks up to "1" Him who described himself as the Light of the world. For Ken and Carole every Sunday in church renews the glow on their faces.., and in their hearts. Copyrht ]978 Ke*ster Actvertlng Serve:e, Strasburg, Virginia Scnptures selected by The American Be Sooely ! I O VAN TOL FLORISTS Flowers By Wire Ph. 725-2019 Charles Town, W. Va. MERCHANT - NOLAND, INC. CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE Route 340 East Ph. 725-7045 or 725-7046 Charles Town, W. Va. THE WAY OF WISDOM CHRISTIAN BOOKS & MUSIC Phone 725-3070 Good Books. Gifts 129 W. Washington St. Charles Town SMITH OIL CO. ARCO OIL PRODUCTS 301 N. Mildred St. Ph. 725-2215 - Ranson, W. Va. OTT'S BUSINESS SERVICE "For People of Distinction" 112 E. Wash. St. - 725-7854 Charles Town, W. Va. GUY'S BUICK. PONTIAC, INC. OPEL - G.M.C. TRUCKS Dial 725oS338- State Rt, 9 Charles Town, W. Va. RIDDLEBERGER'S STORE Home Furnishings - Carpet Resilient Flooring Ph. 725-2924 - Charles Town PEOPLES SUPPLY, INC. Grain - Feed Liquid Supplement Dial 725-8454- 725-8455 Charles Town, W. Va. FEAGANS JEWELERS Watch Repair & Jewelry Dial 725-7411 W. Wash. St. -Charles Town MARVIN DODSON Plumbing - Heating Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work Dial 725-8811 205 W. Liberty St. Charles Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON INC. Appliances-Furniture Dealer Philco. Gibson Dial 725-5511 - Charles Town HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD COMPANY Paperboard Products From Recycled Fibers Halltown, W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN COOP 302 N. Mildred St. Ranson, W. Vs. Ph. 725-2212 MAGAHA, INC. APPLIANCE CENTER North George Street Phone 725-5516 COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITGO SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. - Lees- burg, Va.. Martlnsburg, W. Va.. Shepherdstown, W. Va. THf MELVIN "He 3rd Ph. ELECTRONIC' liSA. CHARLF Rausoll, Poll Pizza, SPIRIT" Disl' CharleS Rt. 9, west- VhO c.P,l Air