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!i i~ :i il i Daniel Braxton Is Named President Of County Civic League -' At a regular meeting of the Jefferson County Civic League held May 21 new officers were el- ect .ed and several lanportant items were considered and acted Ul~n. The ~following officers were el- coted to serve for the 1959-60 year; Daniel Bra~ton, president; ~Irs. elite Tolbert, vice-~presldent; J~nes Nlckens, first secretary; A] ~in To,bert, second secretary; W, ll liam Hart treasurer; George A. ~ Lewis,, St., publiciey director. Named e~nairm,a~n 'of the standing coanmi,ttee are: Melvin Law, gen- oral planning; Kelly Anderson, Youth Welfare. In the planning' goals of the 1959-60 season the following ,areas of activity were analyzed~cooper- orion with other grottps in promo- Sing w~nolesoane and morally de sirable activities for teeth-age youngsters; increased civic respon sibillty and ~vic par~aclpa~on on the part of the colored residents of the county; and promotion of comanumty concern for the school needs and problems in collabor~t- ion with parent-teacher assoelat- The next regular meeting of the association will be held Thurs- day, June 18 at 8:30 aJt St. Philip Parish Hall and everyone is wel- come to at, tend. Mr. J. L. Chapman is :Honored On Birthday At Dinner Sunday A birthday dinner, picnic style was served a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. C~a~nan, l=bippon on the ~wn at their home Sunday June 7. the occasion being in has or of Mrs. C~,~pman's 67th b4rth- day w~ich was Tuesday, June 9. ~Mr. Chapman's dauwhter brou- ght l-dan a beaut~fuil decoraced 4- Vler birthday cake for the occas- ion w~rile aH oVhers brougenZ de- Uelous food too. Those presenZ for the dinner were-t)he honored guest Mr. Ch94acmun and Mrs. CT~apman a,lso Mrs. l~th C~an aad sons Cleve Lynn and DeLane ~f In- wood, Mrs. Lula Castle of Hagers town, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake, Mrs. H~t~le Hill and grand d, aughter Nancy Lee Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Harris Jr. and cl-dldren Shirley, Nancy, Joyce rand Roy III, Mrs. Lucille Brown and Mrs. Wesley M~ys all of Char les Town also Mrs. Beular P,~ing of M~r~r~yurg; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hesse, Mrs. Doroeday Stuckey and OF FARMING & ORCHARD EQUIPMENT CONDUCTED BY NULL and NULL, Auctioneers. Real Estate having been sold we the undersigned will offer for sale on premises Lewis Bros. Orchard (old Gall Farm) lo- cated on U. S, Route 15 adjoin4ng Thurmont (next to Eyler's Sale Stable) in Frederick County, Maryland, on THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1959 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D.S.T.) THE FOLLOWINK TO-~rlT: 1957 Fordson Major Diesel Tractor with 14x30 tires and wheel weights, fully equipped; 1955 Ferguson 30 Tractor with wheel weights; 1953 Chevrolet 1-Ton Pick Up Truck; 1947 Interna- tional 2~ Ton Truck, new bed with racks; John Bean Model 29-L, 300-gallon, one man Speed Sprayer; John Bean "Grabill" Grader and Busher, complete with table and various sizes chain,, practically new; 9 10-ft. sections of endless roller tables complete with legs; Ferguson 12-inch double bottom plow, crop and weed sprayer, complete with boom and gun; Ferguson bush and bog harrow, Ferguson 7-ft. sickle mower, 2 dump orchard and field harrows; farm drag, 10-ft. easy flow line, fertilizer son Wayne all ~ Mar~n~burg; also Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Harras and grandson Poay Carson Harris of P~phine, Va., l~t. 1 and Miss Vicky Clark of Statk~on, Vs.; and Miss Naomi Myers of Hedgesville, also their close neighbors and ,friends Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams and Mr. Harry S. Heskett all of RJppon. Mr. Hurry S. Hesket~ gave the Invocation Blessing prior to the serving of the d~nner. Then a ~nost joyous Fellowship followed t)he d~lnner wi:th Mr. C~haprnan ope~uing his nice gif,ts and reading ~he beautiful cards sent or given to him. AM wished him many more years of he~l, tlh and h~poiness. Garland Virts Among Top 24 Lincoln.Mercury Salesmen In District Garland L. Virts of Jefferson County 'Motors, Inc., Charles Town has qualified as a anember of the Lincoln and Mercury Dis- trice Circle for his sales perform- ance, William B. Grete, Washing- ton digtrict sales manager for Mer cury-Edsel-IAncoln Division an- nownced today. The award puts Mr. Viers a- ,mong the top 24 Mercury .and Lin coln salesanen in the Washington sales District. "Good products and ,good sa~les- anen .make u team of quality per- 'formers ;that gains ~he confidence of the people of the c,mnmunity", ~Mr. Grete said. "A salesman who earns that respect is worthy of Dlstriot Circle mer~bersbA~)." Senate Committee Acts Favorably On Boreman A Sen@re sub-committee report ed favor~vbly ~n Washington yes- terduy on .~he nomin,~tion of Jud- ge Herbert S. Boreanan ,to be one of She judges of ~he Fourth Cir- cuit Court of Appeals. Judge Bore ma~n is preesn, t~ly serving as Jud- ge of ~he Federal DiStrict Court .~or Northern West Virg~nia. It Is rerpo~ed Vhwt ff Bor~anan is confirmed by ehe Senxte the 'WeSt V~rginia ,post vacated by his departure w~ll be tendered ~o W es~ Virginia State Tax Commissioner JOhn Field. Miss Shirley Penwell and seed spreader, 14-ft. 2-wheel rubber tired farm trailer; 14- ft. dual wheel rubber tired farm trailer; Clark 20 disc harrow, Given Bridal Shower . Myers Jet Well Pugnp complete with plastic pipe; McCulloch 24-inch one man chain ~w; German Rupp 2-inch self priming M's~.S!!-grleyli M. PenweH was the suction pump with Wlb~ilsin gasoline engine; 4,000 apple crates, several never used; 8 6-ft. orchard ladders, 2 22-ft. g,aest of hon~3r at a bridal s~ho,wer orchard ladders, 6 20-ft. orchard ladd~g~l~lla~eous prun- given for her :~t~s.~l~y~ e~r~n,g ing-uquilmaent, two 4-hole metal h~.~lf feeders; Interna- June 4 ~t the Pirst I~apti~t ~h~- tional 6-volt battery electric fencb ~ger; miscellaneous oh in C~arles Town. spraying material, Lilliston Rote Speed 7:fL, 3-blade RotaryGuests present were: Janet Har Mower on rubber; 100 locust posts, miscellaneous used lumberrell, Russell Lloyd, Mary Alice 2x4, 2x8, 2x10, lot of new lumber and tin roofing; several 900 x20 used tires and tubes, roll of barbed wire, hand carved antique reeking chairs, Kelvinator electric Refrigerato~, mis- cellaneous farm tools. NOTICE:--The above may be inspected at your convenience. TERNLS OF SALE:--CASH with Clerk on Sale Day and no property removed until paid for. Lunch and Refreshments Served on Premises. CHARLES F. LEWIS MRS. GUY V. LEWIS, SR., OWNERS. SALE NEAR THURMONT, MD. NULL AND NULL, Auctioneer~ Frederick, Md. H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. June 18-1t. Due to ill health and having to move, I am discontinuing business and will sell the Following Personal Property, Shop Equipment and Supplies, located on West Liberty Street, Charles Town~ W. Vs. House Furnishings will be sold first on sale day. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M, (D.S.T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS One Walnut, Marble-Top Dresser; 1 Old Walnut Wash Stand; Night Stand; 1 Walnut Chest of Drawers; 1 Mantel Clock; Pedal Singer Sewing Machine; 1 Organ and Stool; W~lnut Book Case, 1 Maple Sofa with matching Chair; 2 Cane Bottom Chairs, 1 Maple Butter Fly Table, 1 Very Old Waint~t Secretary; 2 Magazine Racks, Book Shelf and Book Cases; 1 Frigidaire Electric Range; 1 Thor Washer with Spin Dryer; 1 G. E. Refrigerator, I Breakfast Set with 4 Chairs; Utility Cabinet, 1 Step Stool, one 9 x 12 Fiber Rug, Several Small Rugs, 2 Metal Lawn Chairs, Wall Mirror, Several Elec- tric Lamps. Lawn Mower, Cooking Utensils, A Lot of Dishes and Other Articles too numerous to mention. SHOP EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES. One ]Delta, Radial, Multiplex 10-inch Saw; 1 Floor Stand Drill Press with Mortising Attachments; 1 Sharper wtth Bits; 1 Flexible Shaft; One 1/3 H. P. Ball-Bearing Motor; 1 Delta Scroll Saw with motor and stand; 1 Complete Spraying Out- fit, (Dayton Compressor, Motor, Extratator, Spray Gun, sev- eral extra nozzles, heat cup, respirator, and 25-~t. of hose); 1 Cushion Filling Machine; 1 Lathe with Bench Motor; one 3.foot Marvel Glass Cutting Rack; A Lot of Clamps; C- Clamps, Bar Clamps &nd Screw Clamps; All Types of Cabinet Hardware, Wood Working Supplies, Finishing Supples a~ad Upholstery Supplies; A Lot of Hand Tools, Bits, Wrenches, Screwdrivers, Saws, and Upholstery Tools; Work Tables, Benches, Cabinets, A Number of Odd and Old Pieces of Fur- niture. 2500 Feet Black Walnut Lumber. 500 Feet English Walnut Lumber. Also A Lot of Other Items far too numerous to mention, that are found in a Furniture Shop. TERMS: : :--CASH. WM. T. BOYER BOYER'S FURNITURE SHOP PAUL MILLER. Auc,i~neer. FURR and MORELANP Clerks. Lunch Rights Reserved. June' 18 and 25 - 2t. Hi~, Peggy Odbn, Jean Perks, Sa,ndy Kirk, Jimmy Dodson, Mrs. Judy Whi~btin~ton, Mrs. Katherine P~anulli, Mrs. Darla I%t~inger, Mrs. Nelson W~Vtinge~on, Mrs. Nel.lie Longerbe~m, Mrs. Helen Ww~ers, Frankie Ranalli Jr., Mrs. Os.car Day, Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Pen~ve.l~l, and VickL Mr. and Mrs. Naom~ Holder, Mrs. Ginny Mills, Mrs. Margare~ Crum, Mrs. Ruth Bar- rco, Mrs. Anna Gray, Mrs. Ma- ble Springer and son and Mrs. Eddie Shuvkel, ford. M~r~ useful and a~ract~ve gif~ were received. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY WILL MEET JUNE 23; The Jefferson County Hospital Auxiliary will mee~ June 23 a 7:30 p. m. at Vhe Hospi,tat. In the :~bsence ~f Mrs. John Marian, President, Mrs. Mark Horn, vice presiden~ will conduct the order of the business and she hopes for a full ~v~endance. Any wi.fe can rrmke a m~n of her husband if he will only listen to what she says. Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE YOU'RE AN INDIVIDUAL! You're an individual and deserve to be treated like one. That means individ- ual Personal Service where it really counts--- in the strictly personal matter of your financial security. Call us for qual- ity insurance covering your family, business, home, and other posses- siena. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Vs. Telephone 216 "A Holy Estate" Sermon Sunday For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E, Neal, pas :tor, announces the following sche dule of services for Sunday, June 21 and also a number o,f week- night events for St. Thomas Eva,u gel,ical Lut'heran Cshurch Ranson: The Service at 8:30 a. ,m. and ll:- Bible Material: II Chronicles 17; 19---20. 00 a. m. wi,th sermon, "A Holy ES- Devotional Reading: II Chronicles 20: rate"; nursery held during wor- 5-12, 18-21. ~hip. Sunday Church School ,and Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m.; Rob- ert Stone, Superintendent. Senior AStrong Country Luther League ,meets at the par- sonage at 7:00 p. m.; topic, "You Think God Kills Fu,u?" by Jane Lesson for June 21, 1959 Specht. Thursday, 8:00 p. m., Choir rehearsal. THE STORY of King Jehosaphat in the Bible gives us'a valuable illustration of what a "strong coun- try" or nation is, and also how the various parts of institutions of a country support one another. When the words "strong" or "weak" are Rev. Wheeler Will Speak To Yokefellows The Rev. Temple Wheeler of used of nations today, the meaning Children's Haven will be guest usually is a military one. A strong teacher Sunday morning for .mem nation is one that bers and guests of the Yokefellows would belikely to Bible Class o f.the Charles Town win a war if it~': Presbyteria,~ Church. He will be got into one. Now i~i in.troduced by Richard Funk who the kingdom ofq~;~ will be in charge of the program Judah, which had !: for ~he occasion. Convening prom ptly at 9:45 a. m., the Yokefellows b e e n p r e t t Yi~ extend a cordial invitation tp all weak, revived its men of the ~own w,ho are not at- military strength tending any Sunday School to under Jehosha- meet with them and hear Mr. phat's leadership. Wheeler ex,pl.ai,n the .lesson. Visl- He reorganized Dr. Foreman tors are always assured a warm the army itself and also rebuilt the welcome. fortresses that guarded the stra- tegic points in Judah. But there were other nations which were even stronger from a military view, and they did not outlast little Judah. There were other forms of strength in that nation. Bill Dennison Named Chairman PE Employees Group Charles Town Area Bill Dennison, a shift foreman at the M,illv~lle Po~ver Plant, has been elected chairanan of Vhe em- ployee's assoaatic~n for the Char- les Town area of the Potomac Liffh, t and Power Company. Elected to serve as vice chair- man of the organ~iz~tion was Ger- ald Painter, ~wen Anders and , Barbara P~mey were re-elected to the pests of secret~ry and treas- urer, respectively. The officers were elected by pop utar vote aanount power corn,puny employees here. They assumed of- rice June 1. Ou,tgoing officers of the assoc- iation are Harry Nuse, ct~airanan and Vic Harsher, vice-chedrman. The employee's associaY~ion hun SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE.--- Day 370 Night SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 4--B TIIURSDAY, JUNE dies social even,is for local employ RUBBER ees, including dances, pa]%ies and Size you desire. ~he annual district picnic, cient Seiwice. SPIRIT OF Truck freight rose sharply dur- VOCATE OFFICE, ing December. Street. FOR CALL CHARLES YOUR TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Martinsburg Plant AM 7.8955 Easy Terms. Low Down Trade-In, Come in Today! CHARLES TOWN GAS 226 Support of EdUcation In those days there were no col- leges, no schools in our sense of the word. Most of what we now teach in school was still unknown; we would call that civilization "barbaric" if it existed today. Nevertheless, even booktess people need education. King Jehoshaphat saw to it that the schools went to the people. He routed the priests, Levites and princes out of the cap- ital city where most of them seem to have gone, and sent them around the country to teach the people where they lived. We can observe similar movements today in the village schools of India or the folk- schools of Denmark. Many Amer- icans seem to think you can't have real education without big expen- sive plants (including gymnasiums bigger than anything else); but wh~re countries are small and poor, as Jehoshaphat's was by our standards, you have to do some- thing simpler. Support of the Courts King Jehoshaphat knew that even an educated and well-church- ed nation needs good courts. His strong charge to the judges he appointed i~ still as good as new. (Incidentally, we note that he saw to it that every town had a court. If courts are not available, if they are too far and too few, you get the "west-of-the-Pecos" stuff, which is really not law at. all.) The king advised the judges to make their decisions in the fear of God, not of men. Courts which make only such decisions as they know will be popular are basically unfair. A court must not ask: Will everybody like this? but is this fair and just in the sight of God ? Furthermore, the king warned those judges against partiality, or taking bribes. "Peddlers of influ- ence" were a nuisance in those days as well as these. A court or a judge that can be bought, a lawyer who thinks only of his fee and his fame, are obstructions to justice. Some one has said that the whole pur- pose of the law is to~ protect the weak from the strong. And when courts are too weak to do that, the whole country slides into weak- ness and decay. Support of the Church Little if anything is said about organized religion in Jehoshaphat's time. We may assume that the temple worship was going on, and we know the king suppressed many of the local shrines or "high places" as they were called. The trouble wiech those "high places" was that they tende@ to get off the track and actually become cen- ters of idol-worship, sometimes of a repulsive sort. But the significant thing about this king's attitude to religion was that he expected it to push out into the other institutions of society. When his army was in a tight place, he prayed, "We do not know what to do, but our eyes art upon Thee.~ He reminded his judges that Cod was their Judge. He sent both priests and Levttes out to teacl~ It take~ not only a strong army, strong educational institutions and strong court~ to make a strong nation; a strong re- ligion is needed as the base of St all. But th~ strength of a nation's faith is not shown in its farJflung organizatiofls nor in the number atten.cling public worship. The test of a nation's professed religion was then and is now: Does it work out into the country's whole life? (Based on outllnos oapyrlgbted by the Division of Christian Education, National Council of the Churehe~ of Christ hs the U. 8. A. ]gelm~ed b~ C~mmunity /'tess ServleeJ NEXT EK- ANOTHER LESSON- RELIGION FOR THE CHURCH FOR ALL . .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH There was a fellow at the plant who was always asking me to go with him to church. In a way this picture portrays his zeal. For there was some- thing boyishly enthusiastic about his eagerness; something joy- ously genuine in his confidence. And his fervor reminded one of the disciples of old who became "fishers of men." Well, he brought my family to church. Not because he was a salesman or a saint. Simply because he encouraged us to seek the convictions he was so eager to share. Betty and I, and little Ricky, really owe our cherished faith to the moment that fellow at the plant said, "I'LL STOP BY YOUR PLACE ON SUNDAY MORNING." Now, we too, find happiness in bringing our friends and neigh- bors to church. The Cburcll is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons whY every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (I) For his own sake. (2) For bls children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and ~ation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and; read your Bible daily, Day Book Chapter Verses Sunday 2 Kings 250 15-27 Monday Revelation ] -15 Tuesday Revelation21 1-14 Wednesday Revelation21 15 Thursday 2 Chronicles 17 -19 Friday 2 Chronicles 19 1-11 Saturday 2 Chronicles 20 1-19 Copyri~h# 1959. Keist* Adr, Serice, Strasburg, Vs. This Advertisement Sponsored By The .Business Firms Below The Churches Of The Community: In Support Of SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vs. J. L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME J. DONALD EACKLES Harpers Ferry, W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Vs. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Vs. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Vs. J: EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Vs. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinshurg, W. Vs. -- Leesburg, Va~ VALLEY BOARD CORP. ~TOWN: WEST VIRGINIA PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO STATION MR. and MRS. NORVAL Kearneysville, W. Vs, Phone Shepherdstown 211 FUSS & INTERNATIONAL HA DEALERS Shepherdstown, W. Vs. LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND H PHONES 41-M - 621"1~i j/ Char T_own VICKERS & ASHCRAr" GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Phone 5006 Charles Town, THE MODERN WORLD