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1,4, ~J",SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JUNE 28,4 , !'~ 1 rl~/ ~t TRI-STATE TRINITY EPISCOPAL rather lnomas a. Acker Sneaker B~PTIST CHURCH SHEPHERDSTOWN 1- At Tri-Sate Baptist Church, 211 The Rev. G.T. Schra~Lrn, Rector. F-- p i ot East Secod Avenue, Ranson. Prayer Thursday: ll:30a.m HolyCommu- Ol lll~gi~t 1 ll[:~lltl 1" l~Uq)lll ff~liy meeting, 9~ a.m.; Sunday School, 10 nion; 7 p.m Choir practice, chapel; cHARLES TOWN Father Acker will be ~e sixall a.m.; Chil[ren's Church, 11 a.m.; 8 p.m Bible study, chapel. Sunday. SAINT THOMAS LUTHERAN CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH ~ for Freedom s k at Pries~ Morning ~rship 11 a m Evening Holy Communion at 8 and 10 a m At Saint Thomas Evangelical The Rev. James W. Chambly, Jr ~ pea er .ld . : Lutheran Church, corner of East pastor announces the following ac- I[ P'~~ Pastoral Center, following BrcE. Worship, 7J.m. ~: Smith, Esq, the Reverend Fr~ Thursda~ mid-week services, 7:30 . I Washington and South Seminary tivities for the week of July l: Haig, S.J ~eHonorable~i p.m. f'-~J Streets, Charles Town; Richard E. Sunday, 8:30 a.m. worship service Neal, pastor. July 1 - the third Sunday with nursery provided; 9:30 a.m.~[!~ =~ McHugh, the Reverend John ~ Nursery I'ovided all services. Free q[ --.4,- , afterPentecost~ worshiDat8:30a.m. Church school for all ages ; ll:00a.m. ~ and the Very Reverend-"fn ~ minist~, x ~| Cross-Lites says: i J Keeland, TOR. . . .'~Tent Reival" July 2-14, 7:30p m. . ~.~ " !~ and ll:00a.m. Sunday church school worship service with cribbery and M~r John L c~'R,~ill, a;~,~mghtlv. Spaker Evangelist Waldo I - . ~01 classes for adults, young people, and nursery provided. Priest Field Pastoral Center efls GrandstafL location Rt. 340 East ["lsn T aeoth to The children meet at 9:45 a.m. Sunday Monday 9:30 a.m. Bazaarx~kshop. a welcome to the public to atter~h across fro~ Charles Town Plaza. JChristion merely o ~ church school officers and teachers Tuesday, United Methodist Women el1 meet on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. Circles meet; Circle No. l meetsat the open house, which begins at ~ Specialmuic. Co-sponsored by First [chongeofoddress?, Baptist Chuch Ranson and Tn-State Epiphany Circle meets on Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Circle No 2, 3, and 4 meets l[lll~~ and the Call for Freedom speeQd,~ .as l 9:00 a.m. at 7:30 p.m.; Circle No. 5 meets at 10 ltedication ceremonies. Baptist, Chrles Town. ~ ] MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH a.m. 3a q The Rev. Joseph E. Washington, Sr LEETOWN CHURCH pastor and Gospel Promoter Sister OF THE BRETHREN : irlg| ~d Miranda Yates announce a visit to the Rev. Mason Cooper, Pastor tll~U1 Mt. ZionA.M.E. Church at Duffield on Sunday Morning-Church Sunday Acker, S.J president of Wheeling Col-" //~~ ~~~ Y~kT iI[~'~~ 9 [ Sunday July 1st, by the School at 9:30 a.m. - Sunday Morning lege, will be the speaker at the sixth ~ff ~Jl~ ~.~)~U~.~,~kv~ J ~~~ ~ i~ "Diamonaires" of Richmond, Va.Worship Serviee at l0: 30 a.m Sunday annual Call for Freedom Day at Priest ~?} ~ /N hool Making their first appearance in this evening services at 7:00 p.m Wed- Field Pastoral Center, Sunday, July8. ~ "" " ~ ~ " tf / V area, the young men will appear at nesday evening Bible Study at 7:30 The Can for Freedom Day at Priest ~ ---",---,~-'~ ] } 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m bringing p.m. (Not affiliatedwiththeNatlonal Field Pastoral Center stresses the ~ CVnic ~'/ ) y ~t;s csn ~sk gospel songs for all. Council of Churches or the World theme chosen for the Center by the / tim 'n' SC m t oca o ~ 'a GRACE BAPTIST Council of Churches). ~ : utey '11 t ~ ~,oae a 81r~ Most Reverend Joseph H. nodges, hvl~a inst Our ~'/ p} I ~I'~ f~ Bishop of Wheeling-Charleston. That ~8t~;r Off ~f ~/)/~ W ACTIVITIES FIRST BAPTIST theme is the celebration of our the sst llcelebratttheir At Grace Baptist Church, Shenan- CHURCH ACTIVITIES doah Junction, church school; 9:45 The First Baptist Church (indepen. freedom of religion guaranteed by the,' theirbirthOavs.q,^ 7e' a.m morning service 11:00, by Rev. dent) of Ranson, located on Route 15 First Amendment to the Constitution,-. Do ODes ~, u~on~ wit 013 Paul Kemp. Evening service 7:30 by (Leetown Road), Mike Withem, and the discussion of how we can best Of Ot~lio,~. " h ?e and ,~,^.~ Jim Hubbard. pastor, announces the following ser- serve and protect their freedom u.'" "avle rights ,c~y. the nur. Communion, Sunday I1:00 a.m. ser- vices for Sunday, Sunday School at 9 This year, in addition to the ~ker, a so/rqess isn't a birthq ,- ,ow~ o/haPp/ness is one vice. Wed prayer meeting and choir a.m.; Morning Worship at 10 a.m.; !here will be dedication of the Adam ulti' ,o quest--born { ud(ty, nor a Fourth t, practice. Children's Church at 11:15 a.m.; Lwmgston memorml sculpture and :'" *ealizecli "vrotl erhooo "v'au yparaclo : . :i CHARLES TOWN Evening Worshipat 7 p.m. The church dP~aq?~ In l:n~2o Ad~ic~ Lie~t~:e~'" [ s ?ee avneo heee! Un!!O !o sSeel :oslt ! 3v ].n PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH operates a Sunday morning bus n" ~ ,v co' " jr Charles Town Presbyterian Church ministry that serves many areas of Pastoral Center is located to the,frustrat - t immuro ,^ . g ing ere ~rs s~ announces the follmving activities for Jefferson County. First Baptist also Catholic Church in gratitude for hay- !annl=,ot Our time ntroversy as poi the week of July 1, 1984. conducts a weekly prayer meeting and ~m a ~i uf~h~fiimn ~anS~ ~~! :;i]iiiii hbi: epSr i!grymmii corffl,ctfl r ::e:rheosl led: hrvt:: Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Church school for Bible study every Wednesday evening h allages; ll:00a.m. Morning worship; atTp.m. For more information about Y0~lTe~ ~t~faf~:ri " 7:30 p.m. Bible study at Ken Psillas. the church or the bus ministry, please Father Acker is a graduate of men withaln c fi lently t Whose Pursui l Tuesday T:30 p.m. PSGroupatE.P. cal1725-8078 or 725-3288. Nurser3,pro- Loyola University, Chicago, I11 w~th . ate u^ ,y(,reat- - . ,v, Smoot'S.Thursday, 7:30 p.m. PS Group at vided for all services. " iiBAl~ C~~ug~ii:~e!~dD~ Ill~to~eth~e'r('"oenaowea tl Donald Rhodes'. SHENANDALE UNITED i METHODIST PARISH taught at John Carroll University in ~ !l CHARLES TOWN In the Shenandale United Methodist Cleveland, at the University of Detroit, S~i!i~~ !1. ~ja~ BAPTIST CHURCH Parish, Rev. Kim Capps, pastor, the and at the University of San Fran- ~ ~ ~:i~:~ At Charles Town Baptist Church,following service and activities: cisco. Immediately prior to his ap- ~lll~ Congres~and Samuel Streets, Dr. Wyman E. Hall, and Rev. T. Wayne Silver Grove U.M. Church, Chestnut pointment to the presidency of Wheel- ~ ~ ti, Proctor, Minister of EducatiOn and Hill Rd.: Sunday services, worship ing College Father Acker had been ~ ~:' ~ Youth, Friday, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Vacation 10:00 a.m church school 11:00 a.m. Dean of Arts and Sciences at St. ~ ~i~:~: Y Bible school (last night). Other events as announced. Joseph's University, Philadelphia. : :i d Sunday, 9:00 a.m. Prayer group;Murrill Hill U.M. Church, on Rt. 9 i iI: : I~ 9:45 a.m. Bible study and classes for nr. Mission Rd.: Sunday services - allages; ll:00a.m. Morning worship ; worship9:00a.m.; Church school l0 : 00 iiy'~'~ 7:30 p.m. Evening worship, a.m. On Wednesday 7:30 p.m. United Jud0 Expert 1o Speak : Ic Parish Prayer meeting- open to ~ i c~ Monday, 7:30 p.m. Deacons everyone. Vacation Bible school At Calva .qsm Meeting. registration begins 7:00 p.m July 9. God Church July 1 Tuesday, 6:30p.m. Frances Sechrist A date for your calendar is the Hymn ~nul~ Group Picnic at Mrs. Martha Smith's; Sing at Murrill Hill at 7:30 p.m July 7:00 p.m. Youth Alive! Thursday, 6:30p.m. Handbells; 7:30 29. Dwight R. Dobson, a Judo Expert p.m. Adult Choir. Chestnut Hill U.M. Church, at car- and a missionary.to Egypt, will be the LEETOWN SOUTHERN ner of Hostler and Chestnut Hill Bxts. guest speaker for !lhe Sunday morning BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday services, worship 11:15 a.m 11 o'clock worship service July 1 at At Leetown Southern Baptist church school 10:00a.m. during which Calvary Assembly of God Church, Church, John M. Emert, pastor, Sun-' the Vacation Closing Program of the Fairfax Blvd Ranson, according to day 9:45 a.m. Sunday school - Bible Vacation will be held. The Potluck the Rev. William P. Reed, pastor. study for all age groups; 11:00 a.m. usually held the fourth Saturday of the Dwight was chief instructor of the Morning worship; 7:00 p.m. Evening Youth Fellowship Group of Chestnut worship. Hill are planning a new schedule Monday, 6:30 p.m. Childrens Choir; which will soon be announced. Watch 6:30 p.m. Youth Choir; 7:30 p.m. Adult Choir; 7:30 p.m. Choral Echoes.for it. An outdoor worship sanctuary and a playground are being created by Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Deacons; 7:30 p.m.W.M.U, with Mrs. Lena Kruger. the Youth and Congregation. The Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Prayer Sanctuary located along the stream service, which for many years supplied for the Thursday 7:00 p.m. Deacon led needs of the church. Benches and visitation. Podium are in position and are already in use, according to Lee CALVARY ASSEMBLY Rowan, Youth Counselor. GOD CHURCH SERVICES At Calvary Assembly of God, 114 Fairfax Blvd Ranson, Pastor William Reed, Sunday school 10:00 a.m. Morning worship 11:00; Missionary to Egypt, Dwight R. Dobson will minister; Children's Church 11:00. CA service~6:00 p.m. Evening service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Family Night. CHURCH OF GOD CHARLES TOWN On Saturday June 30, 1984 at 8:00 p.m. The House of Prayer, Church of God, located on the corner of Congress and Water Streets, Charles Town, will have as their guests Minister William Newman, his choir and congregation- from the House of Prayer, Church of God, Landover, Md. This service is spOnsored by the Men's Group. All are welcome. Pastor, Elder Robert Taylor, Overseer, Bishop Walker Newman. OAKLAND UNITED METHODIST SERVICE At Oakland United Methodist Church on Route 9 east of Charles Town, Sunday school at 9:15 a.m with worship at 10:30 a.m. by the Rev. JoAnne Alexander, pastor. UVILLA CHURCH BAZAAR Uvilla Methodist Church Bazaar, June 30, I984, 9:30 a.m. Flea Market, Crafts, Baked Goods, Food (including country ham sandwiches). THE MELVIN T. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TOWN Phone: 725-7068 Directors: H.M. BROWN J,P. CHRISTIAN, JR. month is discontinued until fall. The Calcutta, India police in this militant SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH There will be no services this week at the Charles Town Seventh-day Adventist Church on the Summit Point Road. This is because the Chesapeake sport, where he spent nine years as a missionary. He had the privilege of distinguishing the Bengal Police with seven black belts and a whole training program as well as being the head coach of the Indian Judo Team at the Olympics in Munich, Germany. This linigue testimony has led to op- portunities to participate in Christian television programs such as PTL Club, Robert Schuller's "Hour of Power," 100 Huntley Street, 700 Club, Christian T.V.-Holland. God has provided qDpor- tunities for ministry in Burma, Thailand, Singapore, Greece, Ger- many, Holland, Denmark, Canada, England and Sri Lanka. Currently Dwight is the missionary representative on the board of the Conference is holding its campLillian Trasher orphanage Assiout, meeting through Saturday, June 30, at Egypt. Highland View Academy near The public is cordially invited to at- Hagerstown, Md. tend this inspirational service. WORSHIP WITH PRAISE GOD AT THE OAKLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Located on Rt. 9 East of Charles Town Sunday School: 9:15 A.M. Church Service: 10:30 A.M. The Rev. JoAnne Alexander, Pastor JEFFERSON CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME N. Mildred Street & E. 7th Ave Ranson Charles H. Strider, Jr. - Licensed Director 304-725-5321 I m This Series Of Messags Made Possible By The Following Charles TownAnd Jefferson County Firms Wh cognize The Value Of The Churches Of Our Community. KISNER LF SI IE.S PLU~I~NG & HEATING, In(. RECORD LAND NOrth George Street "Everything In Musk;" 7"~8161 -- Rt~. 725-7292 Ch~rl~ Town LEO M. KISNER, JR Pres. Dial 72S 7S 12 i~ FRITTS APPlJANCE & FURNITURE PEOPLES FARM CENTER. INC. MACHINERY Speed Queen - Sylvania ~K:l-Seed-UveStocK Nem~Js] Phtlco - Gibson Lk~id Supplement Dial 725-5511 hL: 725-84841725.8455 Town Charles Town HR YS~R - PL YIt4OUTff wor D ,Un & DOD Lod~ng At/ts Best 100 South West Street ~hell)ilelel:l~tO~#l~ Charles Town ~76-~SS! Phone: 72S-7031 Fum~m PASmY i -~ Cakes- pies SPIRIT D~r~ta - ~re~cl OF ~----"~ 2tgw. w~. st. JEFFERSON ~ TO~ FARMER'S ADVOCATE Ph.: 72S-7S01 ofrrOMETRiST Contact Lenses. V iau~l An~v~s Charles Town Plaza Charles Town 72S-141 ! CHARLES TOWN PLAZA Newberry's I~ & Home Center [ CHARLES TOWN I~ ~ W~ll W~ingh~n St. WEST* VIRGINIA ChQt~ Tow~. ~f 25414 COURTNEY & SON HALLTO~fN USED AUTO PARTS PAPElUiOARD COMPANY l.ight & Heavy Duty Tow~9 P~ i:~r~ W. Va, State Inspection From Recycled ~ Dial 535-63521535-6353 Hmllto'~n Polk Street - Harpers F~rry GUY'S IlUlI~K.II~)NTIAC JEFFI[IRSON MAC~ilI~I COMPANY ~e 3,40 East i Charles Town ~-~MC TRua INC. Stat~ Route 9 North Charles Town 726.3448 !~ Di~ 72S-2088 REALTY gl:lN. Miidred~. I 314N. Miidred~t R~eon Phone: 72S-(~ Phone: (~04) 72S-SS)7~ HILLDALE S~ CENTER 72S-2057 HENRY'S COUNTRY INN 876-3 ! 67 Steaks & Seafood Buffet A v~iatae QUALITY USED CARS Phone 725~95 ! - JCPenneN CHARLES TOWN WE;ST VIRGINIA SMITH OIL C~ANY ARCO OIL PRODUCTS 30~ Nor~ Mklred S~ Ranson ~: 72S-221S ATLAS IMPORT PARTS Route 340. Ch~rkm Town Plh~: 72S-,B416 MAGAHA, INC. ELJ[ C TRIC A L CONTRACTOR Norm George Street Chartes Town Phone: 72S-SS 16 COMMUmTY OIL COMPANY, INC. CZTGO ~E:RVICE Charles Town - lvtmrtinstx~g 72S-702 ! m L JUTeUON PEAINA C Y, INC. PrOs & Med~ca! Supples 102 Moffett's Way. Ran-so~ Phone: 725- 7321 HOUr. INC Route 340 Sou~, {304) C2vlrles Town 7~.~-202! TOWNE ~ "" RESTAURANT Private Meeting Rooms for Smag or Large Gro~s Don & Patty Oft, Owners Route 340 East. 725-359 I RANSON RF-AL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO INC. Fr~r~i~ M. Frye. Ek-oker PIh.: 725-707 ! 1725-7072 Rammn RI[X)LE:BE;RGE:R ~ ~roRE Home Furnishings. Carpet Res~nt P~or~g I:qhone: 725-2e24 $ Town HANN ELI[CTIRIC COMPANY 105 W. Seventh Avenue Ranson ~: 72S-S2 15 Rt. ~lO ~veen Charles Town & Berryviile Homo Cook~. Hon~m~e ~ ~- Giftm Phone: 72 S-I~g~ L "'NEED A PART? IBGH~ GO TO THE SOURCE" 't RANSON Phone: 725- 7417 TOWN i m zA '~.~" ~' "~ Phone: 725-~S 1 ng e art~ r~e~ ;ar~ eter It : s. l- !