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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1978 0 0 Dr. William Sengel Will Address Synod DR. WILLIAM SENGEL Sunday morning, July 16, at Massanetta Springs, Va., will repeat a tradition established forty years ago when "Men In Mission" of the Synod of the Virginias enter their final day of the weekend with the silent communion as the opening exercise on this third day of lay renewal and rededication. The morning starts at 7 a.m. with Prayer Groups followed by silent assembly in the Hudson Auditorium for a service con- ducted in silence, Dr. Robert N. Lominack, Jr., presiding. Following the final Bible study at 9:45 a.m., the upwards to 800 men will assembly in the auditorium to hear the morning service conducted by Dr. William R. Sengel, Pastor, Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Alexandria, Va. The 800 men in attendance at this weekend of lay renewal will participate in a program of renewal and rededication, hearing outstanding Bible Teachers, including Dr. Calvin C. Thielman of MontreaL, N.C.; Dr. Joseph B. Mullin, of Greensboro, N.C., and Dr. Myron A Augsburger, Harrisonburg, Va. The Men In Mission gathered for this 40th meeting, will meet on Saturday morning of this three day conference and select officers and directors for the coming year. One of the highlights each year of fun and fellowship is the watermelon cutting which will be held Saturday on the lawn near the famous Massanetta Springs, renowned water supply of the area. Discussion groups will allow each man present to participate in the study of currer, t problems affecting the church. Jefferson Woman Attends CBN Meet Mrs. Howard G. Demory, of Route 1, Charles Town, recently attended the Christian Bread- casting Network Springtime Seminar, held at the Omni In- ternational Hotel in Norfolk, Va., along with 800 other perns from across the United States and Canada. Included in the four-day program of teaching, fellowship, ministry and prayer was a tour of the 280 acre site of the new Christian Broadcast Network Center in Virginia Beach, Va. It will house headquarters for CBN International, a Satellite Communications Center and CBN University. It is scheduled to open this September. The Christian l}roadcasting Network owns and operates television and radio stations. It's programs are carried by 130 television and 130 radio af- filiates; and by 4,000 cable TV communities throughout the, world. SERVICES FOR LEETOWN BAPTISTS The Leetown Baptist Church at Leetown, John M. Emert, pastor, will have the following Sunday services. 9:45 a.m.i Sunday School, Harold Gray, director. II a.m., Morning Worship. 7 p.m,, Evening Worship. Other services in- dude: Monday, 5:30 p.m., volley hall; 7 p.m., Youth Choir. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Choral Echoes. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Bible School Parents Night and Fellowship. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Adult and Children's Choir. SERVICES FOR ZION EPISCOPAL At Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town, the Rev. Roger L. Henshaw, Rector, Sunday Services will include: Sunday, 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m, Morning Prayer and Sermon; 3 p.m., Confirmation Class at the Church. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Rector's Hour, final session for the summer. Thursday, 10 a.m., Holy Communion. SERVICES FOR TRINITY GOSPEL ASSEMBLY OF GOD The Rev. Vincent Fink, pastor of Trinity Gospel Assembly of God Church, has announced the following services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Bible Study and Prayer, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 2, Chaplain'Sam Rust of the truckers ministry will be ministering in both services, morning and evening. SERVICES FOR ST. THOMAS LUTHERANS At St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church, corner of North Mildred Street and Seventh Avenue, Ranson; Richard E. Neal, pastor. Sun. day, Morning Suffrages, 8:30 and 11 a.m., sermon by the Rev. William C. Wood, II; Church School classes for adults, young men and women, and children meet at 9:45 a.m. SERVICES FOR ZION ASSEMBLY Sunday services at Zion Assembly Church at Millville include Sunday Church School at 10 a.m.; Morning Worship at 11:15 a.m.; Sunday Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Young Peoples' Service. SERVICES FOR ST. PETER'S LUTHERANS The Rev. J. Vincent Guss, Jr., pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, North King and High Streets in Shepherdstown. an- nounces Sunday Church School at 9:45 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., choir rehearsal. SERVICES FOR ST. JAMES LUTHERANS At St. James Lutheran Church at Uvilla on the Halltown Road, the Rev. J. Vincent Gass, Jr., pastor, church School will be held at 10:45 a.m.; with Morning Worship at 9:30 a.m.; 3 to 5 p .m., Uvilla community get.together at St. James. All those who live within a two-mile radius of Uville are invited for refresh- ments and several short organ recitals. Wednesday, 7 p.m., St. James choir rehearsal. SERVICES FOR C. T. BAPTISTS The Rev. rL Wyman E. Hall, pastor of Charles Town Baptist Church, Congress and Samuel streets in Charles Town, an- neunces the following services: Sunday, 9 a.m., renewal prayer group; 9:45 a.m., Bible Study for all ages; 11 a.m., Worship Service; 3 p.m., Executive Committee meeting; 7 p.m., Vision and Victory night. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Sunday School officers and teachers meeting. Wednesday, Family night, all activities. Thursday, 7 p.m., choir practice. SERVICES FOR ELK BRANCH, HALLTOWN PRESBYTERIANS Sunday services at Elk Branch and Halltown Presbyterian Churches, announced by Pastor Fred A. Smith, include: Halltown Church: 9:30 a.m., Worship Service, sermon: 'thou ShalL Not Steal"; lO:30 a.m., Sunday School. Elk Branch Church: 10 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., Worship Service, sermon: '"thou ShalL Not Steal". ELDER ALFRED OWENS TO BE GUEST SPEAKER The Young People of the House of Prayer, Church of God, corner Congress and Water Streets in Charles will have as their guest speaker Elder Alfred Owens of Mount Calvary Holiness Church, Washington, D.C., Sunday, June 25, at 5 p.m.. accompanied by choir congregation. Pastor Elder Robert Taylor, assistant pastor Bishop Walter Newman and Church Clerk Marcel Brown invite all to attend. PRAISE AND PRAYER FELLOWSHIP ON FRI. The regular Praise and Prayer Fellowship will meet Friday evening at 7:30 at Bar- dane Community Center. William "Bill" Magaha, of Baltimore, Md., formerly of Charles Town, now engaged in a visitation ministry, will be the guest speaker, together with his wife, Middy. The Middleway Singers will minister in gospel songs and music under the direction of Allen Elliott, with Frank Davtdson leading the chorus singing. SERVICES FOR ASBURY U.M. CHURCH Sunday, Broadcast Sunday - Rev. Debra Kilbourne. 8:30 and 11 a.m., Worship Service, ser- mon: "A Proper Reception", a nursery is provided for the 11 a.m. service; 9:30 a.m., Church School for all ages; 7-9 p.m., Senior High Fellowship. Monday, 7:30 p.m., Friendly Class at Dorothy Ramsburg's and Council on Ministries. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Bible Study; 8 p.m., Senior Choir. Thursday, 7 p.m., Girl Scouts. Bishop Atldnson Will Be ,Speaker Service Rippon Church The Rt. Rev. Robert Poland Atkinson, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of W. Va. will be the speaker at the Annual Ruritan Sunday Service, which will be held this year at St. John's Episcopal Church, Nippon. The service for the South Jefferson Ruritan Club will begin at 7:30 p.m., on Sunday, June 25. Bishop Atkinson is a native of @ Martinsburg. He is the Episcopal Prelate for all of West Virginia. Bishop Atkinson is well known for his active work in evangelism and the ecumenical movement. He was one of the chief mediators during the now infamous Garbage Strike whet Martin Luther King, Jr., was shot in Memphis, Tenn. All Ruritans are invited to this service, which will he followed by a reception in the Parish Hall. Also, the 4-H Clubs of the Kabletown District have been invited. Participating with Bishop Atkinson, will be the Rev. David G. Wood, Vicar of St. John's and Dean of the Eastern Convocation and Richard Vincent, a Seminary student, who has been sponsored by the South Jefferson Ruritan Club. Womens Aglow Fellowship To Meet June 28 The regular monthly meeting of the Womens Aglow Fellowship of Jefferson County will be held on 'Wednesday, June 28, at 1 p.m., in the Lions Club Center. " There will be two speakers at this meeting, Mrs. Sally Jo Derflinger and Mrs. J. Lloyd Martin. Mrs. Derflinger is organist and choir director of the Reliance, Va., United Methodist Church, and the wife of a dairy farmer. She is extremely talented musically; she and her husband are members of the "Mike and Honey Trio"; and she plays many musical instruments in addition to the organ. The second speaker is Mrs. Connie Martin, wife of J. Lloyd Martin, prominent Winchester, Va., druggist. Reared in the Evangelical United Brethren Church; a graduate of Handley High; selected three times as Miss Winchester for the Apple Blossom Festival; a student of classical piano for eight years; she also has studied ballet, and the classical dance for a period of eight years. A talented artist, she studied for seven years under William Seppler, professional artist from Austria, and the Metropolitan Museum of art, in Now York City. Mrs. Martin is art instructor for the adult art classes for the Winchester Parks and Recreation department, and has taught there for twelve years. She has had over 1,100 students, many of whom are now professional artists in various parts of the United States. She is also director and founder of The Art Experience She is the sponsor of the annual art show, which takes place on the Loudoun Street Mall on the first Saturday in June each year. Mrs. Martin is the leader of a non-denominational Prayer Group and Bible Study, which meets in her home every Friday night, and is now an active member of the First U.M. Church, of Winchester. Baby sitting is provided free at the Calvary Assembly of God Church, Ranson, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Men are aslways welcome to attend. Men In Mission Conference Set For July 14-16 Massanetta Springs, east of Harrisonburg, Va., will host the 40th "Men In Mission" Con- ference on the weekend of July 14-16, 1978, of the Synod of the Virginias division of the Presbyterian Church U.S. With over 800 expected to gather Friday afternoon for a weekend of religious retreat featuring Bible study, outstanding speakers, and fun and recreation, a selected group of religious leaders will lead a program of renewal and rededication of themselves to the work of the Presbyterian Church which they serve. Gathering under the banner "Go Thou, and do Likewise", Bible study, .discussion groups and Closing Friday nights ac- tivities will he the keynote ad- dress by Dr. Joseph B. Mullin, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Greensboro, North Carolina. On Saturday morning following the continuing Bible study, the various Presbyteries making up the Synod of the Virginias will meet and recommend leaders for the year 1978-79. Saturday evening, Dr. Myron A. Augsburger, President Eastern Mennonite College and Seminary of Harrisonburg, will be the spiritual speaker. An institution for beginning the Sunday morning activities will be the Silent Communion held at 7:30 a.m. The closing speaker on Sunday morning, Dr. William R. Sengel, Minister of Old Meeting House Presbyterian Church, Alexandria, Va. St. James Church To Hold "Get.Tog00he?' The congregation of St. James' Lutheran Church, Uvilla, on the Halltown Road, is SEARS CATALOG SALES Merchant, Colin & Katherine Dunbar 725-2009 - Rt. 9 - Ranson inviting the people of their locality to a "Community Get- Together" Sunday, June 25, from 3 to 5 p.m. Special invitations are ex- tended to neighbors within a two mile radius of the church, although friends in the wider, surrounding community are most welcome. The special emphasis will be to help newer members of the community meet neighbors and the church's members. Refresh- menis will be served and recitals on the church organ will he given. , Chicken And Ham Dinner At Jones Home Saturday The Pastor's Aid Club of Zion Baptist Church will sell fried chicken and country ham din- nets Saturday, June 24th, at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Jones, Higgs avenue. The sale begins at 11 a.m. Dinners will include baked macaroni, green beans, potato salad, corn pudding and roll, all for only $2.50. Also on sale will be cakes for $4.00; and pies for RAY'S AUTO SERVICE Gen'l. Auto Repair Body & Fende-r Repairs Auto Painting. 725.9663 E. N. St. - Charles Town Judy Matlick JPromoted $3.00. Orders may be placed by County. calling 725-5535. Dinners The delivered upon request, possible by Commission for Education. Mrs. 1973 with a education and, IEconomics teaching economies. The West Virginia University pursuing a WVU. She Cooperative Extension Service have resided iD announces the promotion of Mrs. stown area since Judy Matlick to the position of Extension Agent, Home Economics, with the WVU Cooperative Extension Service edly paid no in Jefferson County. She has been employed by the agency since 1974 as Program Assistant, Home Economics and 4-H. M[ She will be working to further develop and maintain the Home Economics subject matter program dealing with food and Ft nutrition, clothing, consumer education and other family living-related skills without regard to race, color, or national origin. This includes working with the 12 organized Extension E. Homemakers Clubs in Jefferson EXCLUSIVE J & R Furniture - TV. Carpet 115 3rd Ave. - Ranson, W. Va. Open Daily 9-5- Mon..Fri. Pit. 725-3604 THIS SERIES OF MESSAGES iS MADE POSSIBLE BY CHARLES TOWN AND JEFFERSON COUNTY FIRMS WHO VALUE OF THE CHURCHES OF OUR COMMUNITY. Here's a man who knows where he's going--and it's a good thing he does! Be- cause even a small craft can flounder pretty badly if it gets too far off course. How about you? Do you know where you're going? If you're like many of us, you probably have your moments of doubt. That's where the Church comes in. The teachings of the Church give us the basic understanding and philosophy we need if we are to do a good job of navigating our way through life. In the Church we learn the meaning of faith--and we learn, too, why our Faith has endured through the cen- turies. We come to realize the wonder and beauty of wisdom, kindness and tolerance. If you feel that you've gotten off your course somehow.., don't try to find your way back alone. Remember that your church stands ever ready to welcome you. musical programs will enrich those present to the continuing  VAN TOL. need of service as "Men In ;Fiowers i Mission". ' FLORISTSBy Wire Registration will commence at  Ph. 725.2019 Charles Town, W. Va. PEOPLESSUPPLY, INC. Grain-Feed UqnidSuppleme Diai7-84.725-55 ChaHesTown, W.Va. noon on Friday and opening the program on Friday evening will be a Bible study led by Dr. Calvin C. Thielman, minister of the First Presbyterian Church, MontreaL, North Carolina. FEAGANs JEWELERS Watch Repair & Jewelry Dial 725-7411 W. Wash. St. -ChaHes Town MAGAHA, INC. APPLIANCE CENTER North George Street Phone 725-5516 Ph. c00mit00 aria l 00trider Tremorial e.T.aeral {ome C.H. STRIDER, JR.-- DIRECTOR 304 W.WASHINGTON ST. PHONE: 725- 5321 CHARLES TOWN, W.VA Dear friends, THE FOLLOWING RECOGNIZE THE l15A. Charles The final parting that death brings is often almost unbearable. The remorse of the living in recalling acts of kindness undone, or loving words unspoken, often gives added grief to the bereavement. Wise and fortunate is the person who carries cherished memories of kind words and deeds Which serve to sustain and comfort during the difficult adjustment following bereavement. Respectfully, iii :, 4:: : : ::::4 IosW, COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITCH) SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. - Lees- burg, Va. - Martinsbnrg, W. Vii.. Sbepherdstown, W. Va. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesclay Acts Acts Acts Acts 15:1-29 15.'30-41 16:1-10 16:11-40 Thursday Friday Acts Acts 17:1-9 17:10-15 Saturday Acts . 17:16-34 Scriptures selected by The American Copyright 1978 Keqster Advertising Service, Strasburg, Virginia Rt. 9, west" C.F, ] MERCHANT. NOLAND, INC: CHEVROLET- OLDSMOBILE Route 340 East Ph. 725-7045 or 725-7046 Charles Town, W. Va. THE WAY OF VISDOM CHRISTIAN BOOKS & MUSIC Phone 725-3070 Good Books. Gifts 129 W, Washington St. Charles Town / SMITH OIL CO. ARC/) OIL PRODUCTS 301 N. Mildred St. Ph. 725-2215 - Ranson, W. Va. 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 Philea -Gibson Dial 725-5511 - Charles Town OTT'S BUSINESS SERVICE "For People of Distinction" 112 E. Wash. St. - 7Z,-7854 Charles Town, W. Va. GUY'S BUICK - PONTIAC, INC. OPEL- G.M.C. TRUCKS Dial 725-5338- State Rt. 9 Charles Town, W. Va. RIDDLEBERGER'S STORE Home Furnishings. Carpet Resilient Flooring Ph. 725-2624 - Charles Town HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD COMPANY Paperbeard Products From Recycled Fibers Hailtown, W. Va. CHARLES TOWN CO.OP 302 N. Mildred St. Ranson, W. Va. Ph. 725-2212 phons: