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GLEANERS CLASS TO tiOLD RUMMAGE SALE The Gleaners Sunday School Class will hold a rummage sale on Thursday, Friday and Satur- day, June 19-20-21 in the Edu- WILL AFTER JUNE 29th FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION - CALL ROBERT JERRY CLEM Charles Town, W. Va. --- Phone (304) 725.8080 If No Answers Call: Martinsburg Collect 263-2080 We Are A Flameless Electric Heat Dealer For -- POTOMAC EDISON Route 3 -- Charles Town Road MARTINSBURG, W. VA. 25401 Prompt & Satisfying Service - Our Motto cational Building of tl e AsburyI United Methodist Church, North Charles Street, Charles Town from 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. on Thursday and Friday and 9 until 12 noon, Saturday. ATTF ,D 'SUNDAY Summit Point Methodist Young Fellowship Will Present Program Sunday The Youth Fellowship of the Summit Point United Methodist Church is presenting a musical variety program on Sunday, June 22 at g p. m. at the church. There will be solos, instru- mental music, group singing, duets, quartets, youth choirs, and a short skit. The public is invited. Rev. J. Lee Williams Sunbeams; 12 m Library open. Monday: 9 a.m Vacation Brble School. Tuesday: 9 a.m Vacation Bible School. Wednesday, 9 a.m Vacation Bible School; 7:30 p.m Vacation Bible School commence- ment. Friday, 7 p.m choir prac- tice. "Our Father's Creation" Sermon For Lutherans "Our Father's Creation," will be the sermon subject Sunday morning, June 22 for the Mat- ions at 8:30 and the service at 11 a. m. it was announced Mon- day by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. Nursery held during worship for pre-school children. Sunday Church School classes at 9:45 a. m. for adults, young men and women and children; Edwin A. Fitzpatrick, Superintendent. The choir rehearsal will be on Thurs- day at 7:30 p. m. Is Returned To Charles Four Charles Town High Town Methodist Church Sfudents Completed The congregation of Asbury Pro0rm Year United Methodist Church is hap- py and proud to announce the Qu t Prog D'rector, Miss Rev. and Mrs. J. Lee Williams Jane Rissler, Charles Town High have been returned to Asbury School, announces that four stu- United Methodist Church for an-, dents enrolled in The Quest other year. ttis sermon topic for Program have successfully cam- Sunday, June 22, will be "You pleted their courses of study: and the New Morality." The Pare Hoffman, Charlotte Rowe, morning worship is at 11 o'clock Beth Snyder, and Rusty Heare. with a nursery provided for pre- Pam Hoffman and Charlotte school children. Rowe whose topics were "Trans- Asbury Church is located on lotion of Three Orations of Cicero" took their oral examine; the corner of N. Charles & North tions on their subject the last Streets. Church School is held week of April. Members of the at 9:30 a.m. with classes for all examining committee for Miss Miss Rowe were ages. Tile church invites you to come and worship. Vacation Church School is now being held each evening from 7 to 9 o'clock and will continue through Friday, June 27. Activities Calendar Leetown Baptist Church The activities calendar for the Hoffman and Miss Helen Roberts, chairman; Miss Jo Anne Massullo, and Mrs, Jean Marie Shipley. Beth Snyder, whose topic was "Civil War in West Virginia," took 1her5 oral examination on May . Members of the exam- ining committee for Miss Snyder were Mike Cook, chairman; Miss Susan Knott, and Michael Mar- risen. Russell (Rusty) Heare, whose nounced this week by Millard E. Williams, pastor. Sunday: 9:45 a.m Sunday School; 11 a.m Worship; 11 a.m week of June 22-28 of the Lee- topic was "Theory and Applica- town Baptist Church, was an- tion of Fundamental Statistics" took his oral examination on Feb. 19. Members of Mr. Heare's ex- amining committee were Mrs. Vi- vian Fleming, chairman; Mrs. Elizabeth Gracey, and" Miss Helen Roberts. Evaluation of each student's work is based on a paper sum. marizing the work and on an oral examination. A majority of the examining committee must ac- cept the paper and a majority must accept the student's per- --- i ,i iiii i Lesson for June 22, 1969 I~ckgrovnd .T~r~pture:D eu t e ro nomy 5: 1-6: 30:15-20~ Psalms 19:7-1 l; 1|9:%15. 102-105; 2 Ilmothy hl3,14. Devofionol Re~l:ng: Psalm, 19:7-14. Roy L. Smith once remarked, ~The proof of the inspiration of the Scriptures is their power to in- splre." Thus, as we have already seen, the Bible is essential to the Church in its corporate worship and study. Through the scrip- tures God speaks to the Church. It is also true, however, that, through the scriptures, God speaks, not only to his Church, but to individual Christians as well. It is a ~,ev. mmouse resource for the fellowship; but it is also/t person- al resource too. God uses it to give me a message that is quite personal. A kipship For one thing, the Blble may become very personal as we study and relate to ourselves the lives and experiences of various Bible characters. We may find a kin- ship with Jereiniah, for example, when we learn that, instead, of responding eagerly to God's call, he reacted timidly, protesting that he was too young to take upon himself the task to Which God had called him. "A.h, Lord GodI Behold, I do not know how to speak, for I am ovly a youth" (Jeremiah 1:6). ThLs may sound alarmingly similar to our own response to God's challenges to US. Perhaps R may be Job who seems to speak personally to us. We may have had experiences that have prompted us to cry out in terms not too different from his: ~God has cast me into the mire, and I have become like dust and ashes. I cry to thee and thou dose not answer me; I stand, and thou dose not heed me" (Job 30:19, 20). As we study his re~narkable story and try to understand his situation, perhaps we.can begin to understand better our owu. A parallel The story of Jonah may also prove to be for us avery personal message. As we ponder the meaning of this book, we may ;ee a parallel between this an- :lent man and ourselves. As he tried to escape God and failed formanee on the oral examine- YOUR FINAL TNl|l.rrll SHOULD |If4 " Are.you insured tion. 1 perhaps we too have found that From the applicants for next I running away from his challenge is no answer. As we recognize lJ1[rr ~o~l ~r,~ against the year's Quest Program, five stu.] Jonah's vindictiveness against dents have been accepted by the[ the people of Nineveh, perhaps MAIN HAZARDS Quest Committee: George Brown, I we recognize in ourselves a touch of the same. We too may enjoy E~ C " 0logy' advised by Miss Jane/ ~ore the rues s age of cond~- L S, 0 N OF NOMEOWNING? a junior, in the area of bacteri-I ~ ~ /A What ffsomeonetripson Rissler; Russell (Rusty) Heare, a] rotten than that of redemption. senior, in the area of Sanish lit-I Others may identify personally your front steps and sucs erature, directed by Mrs. Jean ', vith Simon Peter. Inhisbumbling you or a tree crashes Marie Shipley; Lyle Hoffman, a I repulsiveness they may see them- onto your roof or a senior, in parasitology, directed i ~elves. When they study and c~x- burglar breaks into your by Miss Jane Rissler; Marshall [ ~lder his three-fold denial of our Lord and his later rise to leader- home or a defective McCormick, a junior, in the area ] ship, perhaps they canfind lnthts ~t~ of~ -f-an~o~a ur ~a~e.~-~ retted by Mrs. Gaff P. Zamber- } ~eir own failures. As they wttness /~N~%~. natv inny--.- ~r nmni.~ furnitureWke sets yourafire rUgSwouldand of philosophy and religion, di-I abe comfort to face and salvage lan; and Rickie Riley, a senior, in sow Peter's mind had to be ~A~~m~~ is -- to. you be protected? the area of radiation, directed by, cadically changed so that he If you're not sure, see Miss Jane Rissler. I could put aside his prejudices and for a Home Security F.! "g,j consent to baptlse Cornelius the ANITE W{] RKS IGentile' they may be less threat" MA Che~k-up ! James unn ham ened to perform the personal changes he calls upon them to make. F LO M, OWNER In Graduatmg Class At Especially for US " Phone 267-6141 109 West John Street W Va. School For Deaf I Seeoodly, God's messagemay MARTINSBURG, W. VA. . become very personal for us, not only as we consider Bible gp~~~ characters, but tts themes and - - - James Edward Cunningham, ideas as well. When, for example, . son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cunn-we stumble through some dark ingham, of Charles Town, was a period of our lives, his as- member of the class graduating~ surance "Even though I walk from the West Virginia Schools [ through the valley of the shadow for the Deaf and Blind held TuesI of death, I fear no evil, may day, June 10. I seem to us a very personal word of comfort I Young Cunningham received] The words of'Psalm 8 may Name of Hsrfford his diploma for completing the! speak specifically to our own Group company you work in the School for the Deaf. t sense of wonder and awe: ~When represent goes hers The Reverend J. D. Shaffer, t I look at thy heavens, the work Pastor of the Romney First of thy fingers, the moon and the United Methodist Church gave stars which thou hast established; If you're not ptUng lm rids, R4tok now to mr "Wotd Dg" OH Heat t ',WAllmoor OL mUtT MmMg DISTRIBUTOR America's finest washer, the luxury you Pan afford, for as little u $3.00 Per Week SUPERTANE SAI.ES CORPORATI DIAL 725.7087 EAST CONGRESS STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Phone 725-7510 the invocation and benediction at Commencement. The Baccalaureate Services were held in the Auditorium of the Classroom Building for the Blind on Monday, June 9, at 7:30 p. m. The Reverend David Nash, Pastor of the Romney Presbyter ian Church, delivered the Bac- calaureate Sermon. The chorus and band of the School for the Blind furnished music for both programs. JUNE MONEYGRAMS Make sure your MONEYGRAM coupons are in for June. All the old MONEYGRAM cou pans have been discarded and all the June winners will be drawn from NEW coupons. To make it easy to enter, a MONEYGRAM coupon now appears every day in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Just write your initials in the monogram box and send in the coupon. That's all there is to it. Every week in the Saturday Post-Gazette - - six winning mona grams are printed, Top winner re eelves $100 - - and there is a $50 prize, as well as two $25 and two $10 awards. The more coupons you send in, the better your chances. So, it pays to have the Post-Gazette delivered to your home. For home delivery contact roar neighborhood newspaperboy what is man that thou art mind- ful of him, and the son of man that thou dost care for him?~ (8:3,4). It may seem that John's words were written especially for us: "If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, a~d the truth is not in us" (1 John 1:8). The wonder of it all: that these many and diverse books, written by so many different men in so many different times and places and circumstances, should still speak so personally to me! Ch~ ~ Noglmm~ ~ d ho a~n~ d O~ in 1he tS. ~ A. bleesed by C ~wn~y Pr~ S~vk,J or the news dealer in your com- munity. Attend Church Sunday Ol "' :: " ( : - : ).Ill THE MELVIN T. STRIDER C0. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068 - Phones - 876.6460 O- - -- - ,~D Dolley Madison Garden Club Gets State Award; Elects New Officers The Doiley *Madison Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Harry Barker last Thursday night at eight o'clock for their monthly meeting. The president, Mrs. Roger Perry, congratulated the newly elected officers for the coming year: President, Mrs. Allen Marshall; vice president, Mrs. John Howard; recording secretary, Mrs. Steve Smith; cor- responding secretary, Mrs. Carl SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATI THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 The annual Awards Luncheon leo-chairmen. will be held on June 24 when the I new officers will be installed and] " " ---'---- awards presented. A date also l was set for the club's picnic withI Attend Church Mrs. Perry and Mrs. Marshall LOCATED IN THE HISTORIC SHENANDOAH VALLEY Adams; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Harold Barr. Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia It was very exciting for the the beautiful Shenandoah River. For a permanent home members to pass around a very second home, with a view second to none, plus beautiful "Junior Hour Cup" recreation facilities. i which had been presented to the ~Dolley Madison Club for the Mi- WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION ~riam Dickinson Award at the !State Garden Club meeting in ~Clarksburg. This trophy is given each year to a club in recogni- tion of outstanding work with a Junior Garden Club: The names of the Dolley Madison Club and the Rosettes Junior Garden Club are both engraved on the cup. The Rosettes also received a Jun- ior Achievement Award. Mrs. Carl Adams, Mrs. Harry Barker and l rs. A. D. Peters were appointed to set up a pop- corn booth for the "Fire Cracker Festival" to benefit the Jefferson Memorial Park on July 4. LOTS OF ACREAGE AVAILABLE (All Lots One Full Acre or Larger) For easy access take Route 9 to Mechanicstown (2 miles of Charles ToWn, W. Vs.). Follow Rte. 25 (KabletoWn miles to entrance. Where The Indians Roamed and George Surveyed. Now Made Available For Your Pleasure (Only one to two hours driving time and Baltimore Area.) PHONE 304-725-7421 --Open Noon Until May He loves her be lo et bee not he loves her or doer he? If only daisy etals could gi~e the answer! Then there's tl)at more ~tro- spective question: Does sJ~e ~" ly love hlm . . . or does sI~e ~o0 .And that ultimate question-" still a long way o~--b~t get. ring closer every day: Cas thdrl be a hap~y, lasting mart/age? Is romance a colossal ga~bl~ --or are there basic et~w~t$ which are predictable? Millions of Christian ar ts are staking their cbgdr~a's ture on the latter ~tew. Th#y believe that religious educafio~ in the Church and religious at- mosphere in the borne can fost ' moral and Otrltual atur tyo They helleve that character as ~ell as love is Css~tta~ to ~rC. riage a home. . a fa~dly. And they want their sons atul RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURNACE CO INC RANSON, W. VA. Phone 725-7072 -- 725-7071 SEFFERSON HARDWARE CO INC. MRWIN. LIAMS PAINT Phone 725-2245. Charles Town WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE $. E. Seimeney, Owner Charles Town, W. Vs. HARRY W. ASHCRAFI' WEST END GULF STATION Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 725-99O5 FAIRWAY CLEANERS One-Hour Cleaning N. Gee. St. - Charles Town Phone 725-5613 KABLE OIL CO INC. ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 72 7510 - Charles Town SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Co-op, Inc. RANSON, W. V A. SUPERTANE GAS CORP. Phone W -70S7 *- Omrles Town $. SUSSELL inc. PHILCO DEALLER Phone 725- ;11 - Charles Town The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Phone 725-7068. Charles Town SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Phone 876-6460-$hepherdstown