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NOTICE OF Sunday Services For TRUSTEE'S SALE[ Of Valuable /Assembly Of God Church Real Estate! ] The Rev. William P. Reed, pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God Io ------- cated on Fairfax Boulevard on Fif By virtue of the authority vest J th Avenue in Ranson announced ed in me by a Deed of Trust dated the following schedule of meet- June 30, 1954, and executed by Edith P. Eby, Widow, et als., to the undersigned, James M. Mason 3d, Trustee, to secure the pay- me,at of those certain notes there- in described, recorded, in the of- fice of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 200, Page 140, the said notes now being due and payable and default having been made in the payment there- of, the undersigned, having been required so to do by the holders of said notes, will offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Court House in Charles Town, Jef ferson County, West Virginia, on this: 22nd Day OF JULY, 1961 AT TEN O'CLOCK (I0:00) A. M., DAY- LIGHT SAVING TIME the following parcel of real es Late with improvements thereon lying and being in Charles Town Magisterial District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, located on the north side of the public road leading from Charles Town to Lee town, about three (3) miles north west of Charles Town, and more particularly bounded and describ eel as follows: Beginning at a point on the Lee town-Charles Town Road, which point corners with the land of Mrs. Mazie Watson and running thence along said public road. which is also along the lines of Mrs. Mazie Watson north 53 de- grees 10 minutes west 1107 feet to a point in said road; thence north 22 degrees east 44 feet to a white oak stump; thence north 66 degrees 40 minutes west 457 feet to a point in said road, which is also corner the lands of H. K. Ambler; north 32 degrees 40 min utes west 289 feet to a point; thence still along said road and which is along the lands of H. K. Ambler and the Wageley lot;; north 53 degrees, 20 minutes west 1298 fet to a corner in said road where the Brown's Shop-Bardane Road joins said road; thence along the Brown's Shop-Bardane Road, which is also the line of the lands of the Coyle heirs; north 30 de- grees east 241 feet; thence still along said road, which is along the+ land of said heirs, north 32 degrees 6 minutes east 2981 feet to a post, corner with the lands of Frank Taylor; thence along said Taylor lands and the lands of Mrs. Franklin Moler south 41 de- grees 26 minutes east 2794 feet to a post corner with the lands of Mrs. Mazie Watson; thence along said Watson land south 26 degrees 20 minutes west 1436 feet to a post; and thence still along said lands, south 62 degrees 50 min- utes east 171 feet to a post; thence still along the said lands, south 26 degrees 20 minutes west 1322 feet to a post and the said Lee- town-Charles Town Public Road, ings for Sunday and subseoquent week nights. Sunday School at 10: 00 a. m. morning worship service at 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelis- tic service at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday the Christ Ambassadors meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Bible ~tudy at 7:30 p. m. the point and place of beginning containing 195.85 acres, more or less, according to plat and survey thereof made by J. Jas. Skinner, Surveyor, dated July 10, 1940. Being the same land which was conveyed to John Julian Eby, by the New York Life Insurance Company by deed dated June 25, 1936, recorded in Deed Book 144 Page 203, records of Jefferson County, West Virginia. Subject to an easement or right of way for transmission system to the Northern Virginia Power Company, by deed dated August 29, 1931, recorded in Deed Book 136, Page 316, of records in Jef- ferson County, West Virginia. And likewise being the same property of which the said John J. Eby died, intestate, seized and possessed and which, pursuant to the Statute of Descent and Dis- tribution in force in West Virgin- % descended and passed to Ed- ith P. Eby, for life with the re- mainder to Virginia E. Albin, Shir ley J. Eby, John J. Eby, Jr., Edith Eby Pleas and Donald S. Eby, as the sole surviving children of the said John J. Eby who, together with their respective spouses, join ed in the execution of the afore said Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE One-third (~) cash on day of ',ale, balance in two (2) equal in- :'ailments, evidenced by the notes f the purchaser, bearing even :late with day of sale, payable on or before one (1) and two (2) years after date, respectively, bearing interest from date at six per cent (6%) per annum, pay- able semi-annually, secured by a Deed of Truest upon the property sold, and assignment of fire in sur ance in reasonable amounts upon the buildings there on, if any. with 1he privilege to the purchase :)f paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payments as he may desire. James M. Mason, 3d Trustee To inspect this property call Charles Town: 16. ADJOURNMENT of Trustee's Sale! The foregoing trnstee's sale will be adjourned and continued until July 29, 1}61 at the same time and place. James M. Mason, 3d Trustee June 22-4t- ... market it through It will pay you more to market all your grain through Southern States Cooperative." You will get more money and be assured of complete satisfaction. Your Coopera- Live guarantees you--- TOP MARKET PRICES PROMPT PAYMENT--No Waiting CORRECT GRADING--You are paid for: what you deliver ACCURATE WEIGHTS--You see it weighed on Tested Scales QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE--No Delays Extra Savings Returned to You Through Patrollage Refunds Stop by and get complete, details on Southern States Grain Marketing Service today! SOUTHERN STATES CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE Kiwanis Hear Reports On Various Activities The Charles Town Kiwanis Club met in the Thomas Jefferson Ho- tel last Thursday evening. Presi- dent At Nerhood read a report of the sum total of the various act- ivities of the clubs in the West Virginia district during the past year. Allen Marshall who has charge of restoring Battle Marker 18 on South George Street; said that the sand, gravel and stone were on the ground and that the project would be completed within the next few days. Several committ- ees reported on their activities during the first half of the year. It was decided to hold an Inter club meeting at Taneytown, Mary- land at that city on July 19. The occasion being their annual Crab Feast. Those who have already regis- tered from Charles Town for the Toronto, Canada Convention are: Mr. and Mrs. Al Nerhoad and three children; Mr, and Mrs. Earl Ward and Mr. and Mrs. James Moler. It is possible that Mr. and Mrs. Leo Widmyer and Mr .and Mrs. Dick Adams will also attend the Convention. Nixon setting up intensive speak ing tour. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun ty, West Virginia t Georgia L. McGovern, plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 142 Thomas F. McGovern, defendant The object of the above entitled action is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. And it appearing by an affida- vit filed in this action that the said Thomas F. McGovern is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia it is ordered that he do serve upon Kenneth W. Metz, plaintiffs attorney, whose address is Charles Town, West Virginia, answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before August 5, 1961, other- wise judgment upon proper hear- ing and trial will be taken against him at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be ob- tained from the undersigned Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court July 5, 1961. W. M. JONES Clerk of Court July 6-3t- NOTICE t Pursuant to the provisions of Section 693, Code of West Virgin- ia, 1955, the County Court of Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, will convene on Wednesday, July 5th, 1961 at 10 o'clock A. M. at the Court House in said County, and will remain in session for a, per- iod not exceeding twenty-five days, for the purpose of reviewing and equalizing the assessment as made by the Assessor of Jeffer- son County, for the year 1961. Given my hand and official seal this 9th day of June, 1961. EMILY A. M. STANLEY Clerk of County Court Jefferson County, W. Va. June 15-3t- NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Norma Jean Raney, et als, co- administrators of the estate of Mary Elizabeth Martin, deceased, plaintiffs, vs, Civil Action No. 112 Norma Jean Raney, et el, defen dants. To the ~reditors of Mary Eliza- beth Martin also known as Mamie Snowden Martin, deceased, includ ing those holding liens by judge- ment or otherwise on her real es- tate or any part thereof: In pursuance of a decree of the circuit Court of Jefferson County made in a cause therein pending to subject the real estate of the said Mary Elizabeth Martin to the payment of her debts, including those which are liens on such real estate, or any part thereof, the Court hereby requires you to present your claims to the under signed for adjudication at her of- rice in the Citizens Office Build- ing on East Washington Street in Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 10th day of July, 1961; otherwise you may, by law, be excluded from benefits of such subject real estate. Given under my hand this 15th day of June, 1961. L. C. BRI OE, Commissioner in Chancery June 22-3T- .r i i NORMAN KISNER INSURANCE AGENCY Office City Building Telephone 552 Charles Town, W. Va. Bible Material: Matthew 4:18-20; Mark 3:14-1ea; John 1:35-44; 6:8-9; 12:20-22. Devotional Readlng: II Corinthia~ S:U-20. Fisher Of Men Lesson for July 9, 1961 IT TAKES all kinds of people to make a church. When a.con- gregation becomes known as a "middle-class church" or a "Ca- dinac qhurch" or by any name that suggests there is only one kind of persons who would be in- terested in join. lng, that ia a dangerous sign. "They are not our kind of people" is a phrase that can wreck a church. If people had been kept out Dr. Foreman of church because they don't fit the pattern of the people already in it, there never would have been a church. There never Would have been the Twelve Apostles. Man In e Bright Shadow One striking fact about Jesus was the variety of his friendships. He had a drawing power for all sorts and conditions of men. Now you might have thought that Jesus would perhaps have no objection to all kinds of persons in his gen- eral following; but wouldn't he select for the "hard core" of his new movement men Who were so much alike that they really would go "each for all and all for each"? Men so well fitted for one another that quarrels would never arise? On the contrary, Jesus chose his inner circle from men so different from one another that up to the very eve of Calvary they were quarreling among themselves. Each wanted to be top man. Now there was one natural top man in the group. His name was Simon but Jesus gave him a nickname that stuck longer than the name his parents gave him. This was Peter, a natural leader if ever there was one. Now booming bright big brothers are not always easy to live with. Many a younger brother without-the strength or abilities of some older brother has acquired an inferiority com- plex. Simon Peter had a brother, however, who never seemed to be dazzled by living in the bright shadow of his older brother. His name was Andrew, and he lived his own life in his own right, a man less able than Peter but not at all cast down by that fact. Man Of Aotion Andrew's name was Greek Were there Greeks in his fa~nily? We do not know. We do know enough about his Life to form a shadowy picture of a man who was certainly much more sub- stantial than a shadow. We know~ for example, that he was a fisher- man by trade. A man who lives by fishing, you may count on it, is a bl~ave man, used to emergencies and not scared by them. He will be a man of muscle too if he goes Out seining as we know Andrew did. He was not poverty-stricken, but he was not rich. He is first seen mending his net, he had to make that net do a:: long as he could. He could not be extravagant and buy a new net every time his old one got torn. We also know that Andrew was one of those people, found every- where, who "almoSt make it" but never quite. Jesus had a circle within the circle of the Twelve,- Peter, James and John. James and John were brothers, so were Peter and Andrew. If Jesus was a speci~l friend of both sons of Zebedee, why not both sons of Jonas? This sort of thing again tends to throw some people into a tailspin. "If I can't be corn I don't want to be shucks" is what some people say. But Andrew was not cut down by this at all. He Know About People Andrew was a man of direct action. He never wrote a gospel nor any other kind of book. All the pictures we have of him-- "snapshots" only--show him going somewhere. He is not noted for any profound remarks, he never even asked Jesus an important question, as his brother Peter did. This plain ex-fisherman seems tc have been a man of one talent, but that one was Important. It was the talent of knowing people. In John's story, Andrew was the J~rst man to make Peter ac- quainted with Jesus. He was the man who in a vast crowd found a boy with a lunch, and somehow he persuaded the boy to come along and share his bread and fish. (nased on outlines copyrighted by the Division of Christian Education, National CouneU of the Churches of Christ In the U. s. A Released by Community Press Servtee.) I-,.v'"'s%",',-.%%" schedule of services for Sunday, I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F ERS July 9: The Service at 8:30 a. m.~ 4--B " THURSDAY, JULY and 11:30 a. m.; sermon, "The Visit To Summit Point, Pure in Heart". Nhrsery held dur-I[l~leg-~'n ~ ~., ------" ing worship for pre-schooL child- credited by the North Central As very ml]cn, l uariann_a, ren. Sunday Church School and sociation of Schools and Colleges race nine note anu w~ "'+' "mmu,eway ChurchesI%._,.~U~I. the Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m.; lit is a co-educational school with tainly do that l agree, Joseph R. Staley, Superintendent. o essona tra+ " - ~" "'~ """+~"'~ of Jefferson-Advocate I pr f . '1 1 lnln~ ....................... ( " o' OU[ a oonDt, tne v The Rt. Rev. Wilburn C. Camp- Monday, Sunday Church School of ]nursing, para-medlcal s+lences wm, m,P+om,~,~T ,~,~.T~T+y" bell, Protestant Episcopal Bishop 'ricers meet at the parsonage at and Christian education, as well +J~.,.~.+o,+,+, ,~,,~ .... of the diocese of West Virginia 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Senior Choir as pre-professional courses for the will make his official visitation on July 9 at The Church of the Holy Spirit, Summit Point (9:30 E. S. T.) and Grace Episcopal Church Middleway (11:00 E. S. T.). Confirmation or "the laying on of hands" will be administered to Arthur and George Breeden at The Church of the Holy Spirit by Bishop Campbell. The Lord's Sup per will be administered by Bish- op Campbell at Grace Episcopal Church, Middleway at 11:00. "The Pure In Heart" Sermon For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur- ch, corner Seventh Avenue and North Mildred Street, Ranson an- i nounced Monday the following rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Miss Mary Ann Cheshire Enters Nursing Dept. At Alderson - Broaddus Miss Mary Ann Cheshire, daugh ter of Mr .and Mrs. Leroy Ches- hi,re of Summit 'Point, has been accepted for admittance in the nursing department of Alderson- Broaddus College in the fall of 1961. She was the valedictorian of her class in the Charles Town High School, a member of the Student council, the National Honor Soc- iety and the band. She received the PTA Summit Point Award and was also a member of the 4-tI. Alderson-Broaddus is a Baptist ministry, law, social work, etc. As back ground and in addition, the college offers a broad basis of lib eral arts studies. We Agree With The Lady Marianna, It Is Truly "The Voice of Jefferson" Our faithful Kabletown news correspondent, Mrs. Clarence (Marianna) Smallwood, penned on the envelope which she mail in her weekly news items. "A lady from Pennsylvania asked me recently if I could get her a copy of the county newspaper.' "She said, I believe it is called the 'Voice of Jefferson". To which Marianna added, ' a nice name, isn't it." Thank you so Corner Charles Washington Charles Town, W. GENERAL APPLIANCE & SALES and R. C. A. VICTOR-i TV SALES & We Service All Phone 202/ PAUL & DICK Do you count the candles on your birthday cake? Why bother? Once you're past sweet sixteen', it doesn't matter how many candles you're en- titled to. What counts is what you're doing with those years. The years that are past have burned themselves out. Perhaps they have been all you've wanted them to be---but, if you're like most of us, maybe you could have made them a little better. One of God's greatest gifts is the marvelous fact that it's never too late to begin again, Birthdays remind us of the passing of time, of a new life. ,Celebrate your birthday by giving. Give something of yourself, by going to your church and taking part in its activities, especially those that help others. Next year, the added candle on (our cake will burn with a special bright- hess! 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 :~ every person should attend services regularJy support the Church. They are: fl) 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 hii moral and material support. Plan to go t~ church regularly and read your Bible Day Book Chapter Sunday Ecclesiastes 11 Monday Psalms 27 Tuesday Romans 8 Wednesday Romans 8 Thursday Psalms, 84 Friday Philippians 3 Saturday Luke 12 Oopyrlght 1961 Kehter Adv. 8ervlce, Inc., Strasburg, Va. J BY THE THIS ADVE tTISEMENT SPONSORED IN SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF THE BUSINESS FI MS BELOW COMMUNITY: J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHIL~O DEALER Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 403 JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHEEWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. VL LEGGETT S DEPT. STORI : , "THE HOME OF BETTER CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W, Va. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY "ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Va. W. & R. SALES, INC. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BOX 591 PHONE 115 J. EMERY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Charles Town, W. Va. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 RANSON MACHINE WORKS PHONE 481 RANSON, W, VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. INC. Martinsburg, W. V~. - Leesburg, V~. Charles Town, W. Vs. SHENANDOA AIR CONDITIONING HEATING--COOLING Plumbing - Sheet Metal - Clerics Town, W. Va. THE MELVIN T. STRI[ COLONIAL FUNEEAL Clmrl~s Town SUDLEY FUNERAL Shepherdstown 2683 PITTS CHARLES VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOIVN, WEST VIRGINIA ? THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD sHO~