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i ( il/ By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands ~. and Mrs. Leonard VanMet- re of Mavt~insbclrg and tJhe lo, Vters sister Mrs. Wal,ter Kelchengtein of BaAti,more, Md. were visitors last week wi,th their srtepmother Mrs. Maude Smallwood a;:ld also their brother Mr. Amy SrnoA,lwood. Mrs. Kelche~tein the former Hattie SmaHwood remained down for sev e~al days. ,Mr. John WagaTnan and doctor ~TIalman of Hagen~ow.n, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Tr~is V,i,ands and sons Glenn and Jack, s of Charles Town were Wednesday evening visitors w~`th Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and son Terry Lee of Bal$imore Md. spent the weekend with the lairs paren`ts Mr. and Mrs. Gar- land Henry and son David. ~Vlr. and Mrs. Leonard Fri`tCs of Charles Town were S~tu.rday even In.g c~l, lers w~i`th Chair sons Melvin and Nelson. ~IVlr. and Mrs. Tommie He~ndon of Sui~l~nd. Md. spent the week @ A LAJTIN TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION-, A Rock of Ages who l, purp0 of rtal art is to eommemoratA the lummnallty and a om- pl hn nta of an ladividual or family. Rock of Ages' akilkd design staff tra latu them accomplishments into beautiful memorial dmd A' Pb Them is no finer [ way to show you . i Eb: J to io, t o'qgl oe** yew Jt, et Aeo, .t eed Oesk MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. lend wiCh ~heir parens Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah Fritts. i Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and s~n Bobby of Bmmswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chambhn of Hanson were Saturday night call era with Mr. and Mrs. Rober Fry and son Sylve~er. ~Mr. Floyd Fawver and grand.~on Bobby of Martinsburg and doctor H, alm~n of Hagerstown, Md. were Saturday evemng callers with Mr. Bert Viands. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Roy Pulse and children of Middle,way and Mrs. Mary Cline of Murrell Hill were S~urday evening cullers wi,th the }~ers daughter ~Irs. Beulah Fries. The S~aubs family of Martins- burg spent the weekend wt their cobta ge below the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Ron:ald Wiles and dau~hSer Sheryl of Loud(~un Hei- I g~n~s, Ba., Mr. and Mrs. Donald i Hovermale and daughter Donna of Berkeley Springs a,,nd Mr. and ~Mrs. Billy Viands of l~nson were weekend vi~i`t0~s with t'he~r par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Al,bert V~ands Jr. and family. 'Mr. Sylves~r Frye of Beheads, ~V~d. spen~ frown Friday evergng un%fl Sunday evening wi~0h his par ents Mr. and Mrs. Rober~ Frye. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles S~cks of Brunswick. Md. were Sunday a- ternoon callers w~th t)heir parents ~he Fryes. Mrs. Nelson Bush was a c~]er last Tuesduy v~lth her mother Mrs. Wil*l~ngh~m near Bardane. Sorry to hear Mrs. V~ll.ingham w~sn'`t feel~n,g so good. IMr. Forres~ Ohamblin of Mid- ~llew~y was a supper gues~ on Fvi d~ty width his sister-and broCher- ln-,lo~w Mr. and Mrs. Rober Frye. 'Mr. and Mrs. I:~n,ald Hovermede and daugh`ter Donna o$ Berkeley Springs, Mr. Harry Snyder, Mr. Edwin Miller of MyersdMe, Pc., !Mrs. A~bert Viands Jr. and d~tu- g~ters Mary and Nancy ar~l Dav- ie of the Bloomery and Mrs.Geo- rge Jones were Monday C~llers with Mr. and Mrs. Ber Viands. 'Mrs. Maude Sm~,llwood and s~n ~Mr. Marvin Srrml.lwraod and twin ~ugl~t~rs of P~ ,nson sper~t Sun- day afternoon wiCfn the ,formers son-in-l~w and daug~n~cer Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plainer wt Hed~gesviHe. ~Mrs. Hattie Kelvhen~ein of Bul ti~more was a ca,l, ler on Tuesd~ay af tar,noon wi~h Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. Nelson BuSh w~s a cetller last Tuesday w~th Mrs. John Pen r~n~ton at~Leeto~vn and li~le Joe Dan Pennlngemn returned home wiith her and spent four days. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands a,nd sons Glenn and Jackie attended a bi~)hday party Sunday at the park in M, ar~insburg ~iven in hon or of Mrs. Frank Jackson of Mar- low by all of her children. Many more l~,~ppy bir~',hdays Aria. Mrs. Lester Ot~ and s~ns Don- ald and Michael spent the day witch her reacher Mrs. J,~mes D~l ey. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and Chi.ldren of Middleway, Mr. Travis Viands and son Glenn of Charles Town, Mr. Harry Snyder and Ed- win Miller of Myersdale were Sun day callers w~'th Mr. and Mrs. Ber Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush call LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING Plumbing - Heating - Septic Tanks and Drainfields -- Stone and Dirt PHONE 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Due to ill bealth and having to move, I am discontinuing husiness and will sell the Following Personal Property, Shop Equipment and Supplies, located on V~est 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.) HOUSEHO'LD 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; Walnut Book Case, 1 Maple Sofa with matching Chair; 2 Cane Bottom Chairs, 1 Maple Butter Fly Table, 1 Very Old Walnut 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 Art|cles 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 with 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, Extrstt&tor, Spray Gun, sev- eral extra nozzles, heat cup, respirator, and 25-ft. 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 and Screw Clamps; All Types of Cabinet Hardware, Wood Working Supplies, Finishing Supplies and Upholstery Supplies; A Lot of Hand Tools, Bits, Wrenc~hes, Screwdrivers, Saws, and Upholstery Tools; Work Tables, Benches, Cabinets, A Number of Odd and Old Pieces of Fur- niturc. 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: l :---CASH. WM. T. BOYER BOYER'S FURNITURE SHOP PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer. FURR a~d MORELAND, Clerks. Lunch Rights Reserved. June 18 and 25- 2t. ed on his mother Mrs. Bush at the .Moore Rest Home who is doing very good we hear. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and ,Miss l~annie Beaver of @hestnut I-Ell were supper guests on Sat- urday evening wi.th Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and family, Mrs. Mildred Oogle and chi~Idren Mrs. Else Cok and children also were gues'hs. ,Mr. and Mrs. C~iataAn Rodgers and daughter NorTna were callers w.i~th Mrs. Margie Hough a,nd her f.aVher Mr. Wagerman in Ranson recently. Mrs. l~t~hel Bussard and ;two grand~h~}dren Terry and Nancy Davis and Linda S~0aubs spent the pas,t week in Baltimore, Md. wi2h Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stuubs and son. They were guests on Tues- day wi~h Mr. mud Mrs. Robert Spi~tler who live there too, Delores Spitler of B~ltivnore, Md. is visi~,Ing wi~h Mrs. l~he~ Buzzard and fan~ly for seevral days, .Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family, Mrs. H,azel Staubs and children and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cl-~pman and c'h~ldren Mr and Mrs. I~rl Rodgers enjoyed a picnic lunch on Sunday, Jt~ne 14 ~t fine park a~ Braddock Heights, Md. Little Brenda and Sterne Chap- man of l~annin~s spent Saturday and Sunday ,wilth t~eir grandpur en~s Mr. and Mrs. Capt~n Rod- gers w~Ale their parents visi~cl with reluCAves i,n t~altimore, Md. ~Mr. and Mrs. Ernes~ Sea] and dau~i~ters of BaI~more, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Billman and two Children of Pc., Mrs. Leona Staubs of Neers~lle, Va. were guest, s with Mr. and Mrs. R~ymond Cole and l%n'giy on Sunday, June 14 and enjoyed their dinner a~ Jefferso~ ~Iemorial Park in Charles Town. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Spi~ler of B~ttiznore, Md. were visitors ,from hursday ever~Lng un,t~l Saturday morning with the la~`ters mother Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. I~fis~ J 't~aniSa Co~le is visiting wi`th her sousin and husba.nd Mr. and Mrs. Juhn V~hi`teh,air and son in Harpers Ferry. ~2VIrs. M~bel Gift( of Sl~rpsburg, ~Vid. sper~t t)he weekend wit~ her son and f~m~ly Mr. and Mrs. Tony CHft. tMrs. Effie Pields of ~anson tvas a vlsi`tor on Mo,nday with Mr. and Mrs. l~tFmond Cole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family and Mrs. Leonu ~tuubs motored to WaShing, ton on Sun- day and visited the Zoo. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle and ~hildren' were Saturday eve,uing wirl)h Mr. and Mrs. Pete Green- walt in Sandy Hook, Md. ~r. and Mrs. Junior Grove and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longer beam and children were Sunday ~iistors wi!~h Mr. and Mrs. Tom 'Dongerbeam i~ Chestnut Hill. ~Mrs, Acia Howell and son Autry of ChestnU`t Hill were Monday ev ening wi'th Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and family. WI~'. and Mrs. Cap~ain Rodgers and daughter Norms were Sun- d~y callers width Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman a~d family in Mannings. Mrs. Ella Belle Renner and (fi~ildren Mrs. Leroy Me.lure and Miss Doris Turner of Hagerstown, Md. were recent visitors wi'h Mrs. Aria Cogle and f~rn~iy, NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS. ING SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate on North George Street, Charles Town. Buy your needs today. Oct. 2 - tf.----nc Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE! Notice is hereby given thwt by virtue of that certain deed of trust dated ~the 26th day of August, 1955, made by James E. Ham- ,mond and Anne F. Hammond, his wife, to John C. Core, Jr. and Roscoe W. Brown, Trustees, of re- cord in the Office of ~'he Clerk of .the County Court of Jefferson County, W. Vs. ~n Trust Deed Book No. 207, ,page 93 and give,n ~co secure unto the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs, an Officer of the United Stwtes of America, .the payment of `the sum of Four Thousand, Five Hundred Doi,lars $4,500.00) evidenced by a neg(yt- ia~ble 'promissory note, default hay ing been made in the :payment of 'such sum 'and ~he said John C. Core, Jr., one of the Trustees n~med ,in such deed of trust, hav- ing resigned as such Trustee and .having refused to act ~nder such deed of trust and to execute ,the `truSt thereby crea~ted and impos- ed upon him, I, the undersigned, Roscoe W. Brown, Trus~ee, acting as sole and remaini,ng Trustee and .having been required so to do by said Administru`tor of Veterans' Affairs, ~he owner and 'holder of such ,promissory note, and having ~uli and a;bsolute power and auth- ority in the 'premises will on Wed nesday, ~t)he 9Oh day of August 1959 betw'e~n the hours of ii:00 a. 'm. and 1:00 p. m., Eastern Standard Time, offer for sale and se],l at pu, bHc ~,uctlon, ~or cash, 6o .~he h{ghes~ bidder at t~e fron,t ,door of the courthouse of Jeffer- son Coun`ty, W. Vs., the following ,propegty, to-w.it: All `those two car `tain lots or parcels of land ~o- gether wi`th a two story Crame dwelling house and other improve ,merits t~hereon, situwted at ~hen- andoah Junction, Jefferson Coun- `ty, WeSt Virginia. known and de-~ signa~ted as lots number (7) seven ,and (8) eigth~ in block (II) eleven as the same are laid ot~`t and de- signated on th~ ~pl'at of "Shasta" of record in the Office of the Clerk of the Courtty Cou~ of Jefferson County, W. Va., in deed book Y ~page 129; sald lot nu,mber 8, l~lock 11, fronting 55 Seer on Fourth Avenue and running back between parrallel ~lines 126 feet to an alleyl said 'lot No. 7 in block 11 fronting 55 eet on FottrCh f~tree`t and run ning back ,b~tween parrallel lines 126 feet to an alley. Given under my hand this the 18bh day of June, 1959. P, scoe W, Braw . Trustee June 2~-4T- "Going Fishing' 'Sermon Sunday For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor of St. Thomas LuCheran Chur oh, Ranson announces che follow- in( schedule of services for Sun- day, June 28 and the following week-day events: Su,uday, June 23 the service at 8:30 a. m. and 11:00 Bible Material: II Kings 11-12. a.m. with sermon, "Going Fish~ Devotional Reading: Psalm 72:1-7, 18- ing?"; children's sermon, "VCho ~9. Are You?". Nursery held during worship. Sunday Church School Religi I Lif and Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m.; on n e RObert Stone, SuperintendenC Junior mud Senior Lu,ther Leag- ues meet at 'the parsonage ~t 5:30 ]Lesson for June 28, 1959 p.m. Tuesday, 2:00 p. m., Uni- ted Lutheran Church Women Ex ~~r~HE TEST of a nation's pro-z ecutive Committee and circle 1 chairman meet at the parsonage. fessed religion was then and Wednesday, Evangelism commit- is now: Does ~t work out into the tee and lay vlsi*tors meet at ,the nation's whole life ?" That last sen- home of Joseph Staley a,t 7:30 p. tence from last week's column will m. Thursday. Choir rehearsal at be our starting point for this one. ~8:00 p. m. The fact is, that sentence raises a great many questions. How does religion work out into the life of Lawson Botts UDC a nation? Just one side of that single queston will be enough for this week's short discussion- Thc Ancient Style is not for Us The story of the high priest Jehoiada and the young king Jonah is a story of how religion worked out into public life once upon a time. But of course we can't follow Jehoiada's line, for obvious reasons. For one thing, he was an Dr. Foreman uncle (by marriage) of the boy king, whose parents had been mur- dered when he was a baby. Little Jonah has been brought up in the Temple itself, in secret, and we can be sure tbat the High Priest had had much to say to his nephew. Now we can't pick some future President of the U. S. A. in his in- fancy and take him off (say) to a Bishop's home, or rather the Bishop's cathedral, and bring him up there----even if his uncle were a bishop, which isn't likely. Further- more, High Priest Jehoida was not only an in-law of royalty. He was head of the official state religion. Most Americans do not want a state religion, we fell it is better (for all its drawbacks) to have a religiously free nation. So if we are going to make religion a force in national affairs we shall have to do something different from what Jehoiada did. ~Mrs. Swimley and Mrs. Hammond from Shepherdsto~wn. ~Mrs. League called for a report on the luncheon held at Ferry Hill Farm on June 3. Mrs. Bush- ong said the meeting was well at- ended with 51 mem~bers from this district present. The state presi- dent Mrs. Core gave a fine talk and the memorial service for de- ceased members was presented with sincere rememberance. A musical program was given and .much enjoyed. Mrs. Langdon re- ported that mention was made of 'the historical part that Ferry Hill Farm has played in the past his- :tory of Shepherds,town. The new officers for the next two years were installed by the retiring president-Mrs. League. Mrs. Boyer was named as chapter historian; Mrs. Caleb Bur,us asked all members to he'1~p her carry ou~ her duties as new president since this is the beginning of a new kind of task for her. Miss Baylor introduced Miss El izabeth Daniel, speaker for the SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 4---B THURSDAY, JUNE meeting; her su'bjec,t was Thomas Jefferson Davis. Miss Daniel al- ways gives interesting accounts of people and she relates many facts about ,them that are extremely in teresting and full of little known infm~ation. The hostess invi,ted the bers to the dining room tiful refreshment s~ a,nt social 'time was :the members FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles ToWn Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 Installs Officers Lawson Botts Chapter United Daughters of Confederacy at their monthly meeting ,held June 8 at the home of Mrs. C. DeForest Boy er, wiVh Mrs. Lakenan assisting as co-hostess installed officers for the new year as one ,phase of ,their meetdng. Twenty ~wo members and the following visitors were prese~nt:Miss Anna McGarry, I' SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE :-- Day 370 Night Easy Ternm. Low Down Trade-lm Come in TodaY! CHARLES TOWN GAS PHONE 226 Two Mistakes But we have the same problem Jehoiada had: How can we get re- ligion into public life ? The point is, he used the opportunity he had. And so may we, if we use any con- secrated ingenuity. To make the problem simpler, let us limit it to this question: How can organized religion, that is to say the church, make itself felt in the public (that is, the official) life of the nation ? Two opposite mistakes have been made. One is to throw the weight of the church into the political arena, as a voting and fighting unit, so ttmt the church becomes either in name or in effect a polit- ical party. This has happened more than once in European politics. The short verdict must. be that it does neither the church nor pol- itics any good. The opposite mis- take is made by some of those who see well enough what is wrong with the church's becoming a "clerical party" or anything of the sort. Shying away from that blun- der, some have stumbled into another: namely withdrawing the church entirely from political life, so much so that no minister and no church body ever raise a voice regarding any political isstre, or any issue which politieiaz~s and lawmakers have to deal with. The verdict on this also ts short and straight: A bad solution. Political life and leaders, left to themselves, assume that religion has nothing to say about public interests; and the church becomes morally deaf and hlinct W1mt the Clnnh Oan Do Between these two futile mis- takes there are some actual po~- mible ways of making Christian in- fluence felt by those who stand in places of power, great or small. (1) Churches can make public statements in their conventions or assemblies, about matters of na- tional or inrernational concern. Examples of ~ would be such statement made by the National the south on the race question, bringing popular race prejudice to t~e light of God's Word and finding it a sin. Another example is a statements as have been made in Council of ChRrche~ criticizing the government's foreign policy at cer- tain points. ~nis is not politic~: it is the church seeing moral i~nes and saying w~at they .are, (2) Churches can make an effort to win public men to Christian living. (3) The church can encourage young Christians to prepare them- selves for ~ eervlce a~t a tian duty. ('Sued on ms~l~u~ ~gh4ed the Division of Christian Education, National C, onntl of Christ in the U. $.the ~~ C*m~ual~ ~ Bervte~ NEXT WEEK. ANOTHER LESSON. RELIGION FOR THE MOI RN WORI When I walk out of my front door, it always: gives me a good feeling to see the spire of the, church down the street. THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church 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 his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his morsl and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Book Chapter Verses Sunday 2 Chronicles 20 20-37 Monday Revelation22 6-21 Tuesday Leviticus 14 1-20 Wednesday Leviticus 19 1-18 Thursday Numbers 20 1-13 Friday 2 Kings 1t 1-16 Saturday 2 Kings It 17 12 8 A church spire makes you 10ok upward. You have an irresistible urge to gaze at its highest point. It is a lofty symbol, the physical manifes- tation of an ideal. Sometimes, when I step through my front door, my thoughts are on the "down" side. Then I 100k toward the church, my eyes travel to the sky, and I feel better, no matter what my troubles. Ngxt time you're near a Church --. try it and see. Better still, try going inside. Copyright 1959, Keist.r Ad~, 8.trice, Strasburi, ~. This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: 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. EMERY 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. i COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martinsburg, W. Vs. -- Leesburg, Vm VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, 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 KEARNEYSVILL] ESSO STATION MR, and MRS. NORVAL Kearneysviile, W. Vs. Phone Shepherdstown 211 FUSS & INTERNATIONAL " DEALERS Shepherdstown, W. Vs. LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND H PHONES 41-M- 62I'Iyl Charles Town, W. VICKERS & ASH GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington St 'Phone 5006 Charles ToWn, / /,