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.% adults, young men, and women, * * * 1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S and children; .,amos E. B,and. I ,,,,,,,,, I Flow Of Potomc River iPvt. Charles N. Kmdnck I THURSDAY, JULY 14,1966 Superintendent. Monday, generalI M|lVlr I I meeting of Lutheran Church W o-I =""--'" For This lime Of Year l C0mpletes Wire Course l ssful ol men at 6:30 p. m. at the home of[ I~DIl"ll|PW~ I this year Lizations and individuals wh Mrs. O. S. Bloom. Choir rehearsalI rl~l-~[lIFW~.~ 1 . ._. ..... I ....... I Althou~,h a number of canvass- ed to make the drive a suI Has lilt New Low Hark I At Port Jackson. 5. [. I?rs in several areas of the county and also the many valued cot on Thur--aso y a,t 7:00 p.m. ) ....... / t [ I I nave not reported their collect- utozs who indicated their b4 _ .... By Kani Lane, Mgr. , The flow of water in the PoLo-[ Fort Jackson, S C. (AHTNC) lions, the total contributions on su ort of his vital ro "HOW T0 Get Failh" Key. Billy Parks Will Charley Washi::ton Theatre mac River has dropped to a re-[Army Pvt Charles N Kidrick 19. [hand are approaching the goal of . P.P P g =1 Preach At ltallt0wn -~~=~~,~,~_.~ ~ cord tow for this time of. the I son Tof Mr and Mrs Edgar L']I,000. i glvmg so generously. [ year, it has beenreported by the ] Kidrick, E." Main st., "Shep herds:) Evans remarked that he wishes i ~-. '~"~''-"~-~ ,J_'l Sem0n.Subiect. At "FRANK,E AND JOHNNY"]~ U. S: Geological ~urvey. [town, completed a wire course atlt of the many organ-' ]~ie wise - Aoverl:q rh,,Fh af r.~ ReDiD=! rShowlngl .15.1.Thur.. Fri.- Sat., July [ Ahnough the average for the I FOrtDurinJaCkson S C July) I ~ , j~unaa- ~* " ** " "'" *" " , ] gallonsmnth OfperJU.neday,Waswhich1,900ismillion labout g the' eighi'.weel~- . Course~. , Method|st Church the same as for" t- n - n I he was trained to maintain andll V n u v Ln ~ " ! The ReD B~illy Parks, of Covell, Elvis ~re~ey .!s the ."Johnny'I rec-r ...... l as flu lle wne_La [operate filed telephones and swit-[I ...... = ..'~. ~ ~.'-" ~_*_.~ ....... ] Two m,orning Worship Services W. Va. will be guest evangeiistlt ea~warct ~ma~l s Jawsmy pro-t 8:15 and 11:00 are held each Sun for the special revival ,services to ~ucea iz'ecnnicoior extravaganza t . ".: /" - : :. !, ; : [i J : th o ,,w.wa~ zor the. "?*L~ I chboards He .also received instru / 1 DI;;A [IV UIV rNM['DI;TI; MI;I;[I~7 ! e z ow aroppect m omy i.uoo I i- ..... I IIILbll/I " IVllh LUlll llL I L I1LLUJ I day at Asbury Methodist Church, be held at the HaUtown Church FranKm and Johnny, oaseo on ] million gallons per day, during I ~'~."~" ~" ~'~'..~'.~..~' ........... "lI ............................ I of God, nighedy at 7"30 from July [ the famous legend ~f true love [ the latter part of June. I ............ " ....... I l ~_,_ ~ .... an^,_, 1=,..... _.1 i corner of N. Charles and North 18 through July 31[ it was ann- and its dire consequences., TV's [ Normally the Average for the I , . m~ / lVJtt:tdl lY'UUr~ " lUt~t~l 1TM rttlllt~ti -~llu ! Streets. The ReD;Mr. Lee WHl!,ams will ounced this week by the ReD. famed Donrm Douglas of no~lly-[ month of June is about 5,0001 Mental .eafln unve /m l o ja] l:h-tvlutd fc r l'~.nt.vptla~'------ Harold Snyder, pastor wood Hi llbilifes" fame is "Fran-( million gallons a day, so on that I [ l............. ....................... use "How 1"o Get Faith, for his The regular church serviceslkie," and the ravishing '"Nellie/ basis the river was only aboutlD....i.:_...j C ...... Ill r,, sermon topic. 9:30 wil~4 be held Sunda morning mat Bly" who comes between them is 40-percexlt of normal last month. [ rruummcu aucc~s /I ~:'~:~ Church School is held at 11:00, preceded by sYnday Scl~ooi, portrayed by Nancy ,Kocack, said A. M with classes for all ages. at 10:00 a m The evening service to own the most gorgeous pair ot lib Drive Chairmn /l iORN" [ The church invites you to come will be at 7"30. and Bible Study legs. seen, on the screen since Die- and worship. , anti Prayer will be held Tuesday inch s. l[ Ron Evans, Jefferson County|ll|l Rans~- all 725-7612a""~"xuY~t'~ ~v~'~Lxzx'~'x- Charles Town ,evemng at 7:30 The Young Peo- ..~r=-er For le Fmdeavor ~vill be Thursda "THE SINGING UNU" Showing |chairman of the 1966 Mental/ll ............... tlA P Y 9 /Health Fund Drive, proclaimed[ wlarunsDurg rmnt :~z-~aa evening at 7:30. The pubtic is Sun.- Mon.. Tue., July 17-18-1 invited and welcome. This fictionalized version of ] that the drive has been very succe/ Sermon Sunday For ~_ the story of the famed 'Singing CHURCH SERVICES OF Nun" is a warm and appea~ing Lutheran'Church "A Prayer for Mercy," will be the sermon theme Sunday morn- ing Ju~ly 17. for the Matins at 8:30 a. m. and the 11 a. m. ser- vice, at St. Thomas Lutheran Chu rch, Runs|n, it was announced Tuesday by the ReD. Richard E. Neal, pastor. Nur~ry held during worship for pre-school children. Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m, for I I I II I I THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 m NEW IDEAS F~)R A NEW ERA INSURA NCE ? oheok for new ideas ! [~ AUTO INSURANCE [] FIRE INSURANCE [] LIFE INSURANCE [] HOMEOWNERS [] EDUCATION [] MORTGAGE [] ACCIDENT & SICKNESS I-] RETIREMENT Nationwide has new ideas in protection to fill any insur- ance need at a cost you can afford. Check the plan that interests you and contact: CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD The ReD William P Reed, pas- tor .of Calvary Assembly of God Church. located on Fairfax Blvd. and fifth Ave. in Ranson. ann- ounce the following schedule of services for Sunday and subse- quet week nights. Stmday School at 10:00 A. M. Morrdng Worship at 11:00 A. M, Sunday Even.lug Evangelistic Service at 7:30 Tuesday, ChristAmbassadors meet at 7:30 P. M. Thursday, Bible Study at 7:30 p. m. Re l The Splfit-Advocate ATTEND CHURCH U'll ...... I' ' I I II I For Clean And Use Triple-Refined TL And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 story. The music is catchy and tuneful ,and most of it was writ- ten by Soeur Sourie, the nun who achieved musical fame a few years ago. Debbie Reynolds is fine in the lead role, particularly in the musical sequences, which are pleniful. Filmed in Metro- color and also starring Greer Gars~n, Richard| Montalban, Chad Everett and Ed Sullivan. Samuel G. Wright Is Serving On Aircraft Carrier USS Randolph Uss Randolph (CVS-15) (FHT- NC) - Electronics Technician Sam uel G. Wright, USN, son of Mr. a~nd Mrs. Ehner S. Wright of Route 1, Harpers Ferry is serving IIII aboard the anti-submarine war- fare support aircraft carrier USS Randolph in the Eastern Atlantic. The 42,000 ton aircraft carrier, flagship for Anti-Submarine War fare Group Four, will visit North ern Europe ports during breaks in its operating schedule. The Randolph ,operating with other units of the fleet serves as the hub of the anti-submarine group, whose mission is to seek out. track and destroy enemy submarines during time of war. Pvt. Wayne E. Johnson Completes Training At Fort Sill Missile School For Sill, Okla. (AHTNC) Pot. Wayne E. Johnson, 20, whose wife. Barbara, and mother, M~. Catherine P. Johnson, live in Mill ville, W. Va., completed eight weeks advanced artiLllery train ing at the Army Artillery and Missile School, Fort Sill, Okla., July 7. He was trained as a cannoneer in field a~illery. His training included mainten. ance and firing of artillery guns, Rev. Althouse garten such confidence is amusing. In an adult it cannot help but sound a r r o g a n t. It reflects not only upon the humility of the adult, but also perhaps upon the size of his God. "Too little!" is our judgment upon both. The third of the Ten Corn- mandment says: "You shall not make yourself a graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above... You shall not bow down and serve them." What's wrong with graven im- ages? Is there something really harmful about them or is this just one of God's peculiarities? No, the prohibition a g a in s t graven images is not only for the satisfaction of God but also the protection of men. Protection, from what? From a god that is too small Whenever a man thinks he can adequately sum up the meaning and person of God in some m an-m ade object or origi- nal idea, he is insulting God and deceiving himself. Man needs to be protected from the vest-pocket gods of his own making. EASY TO HANDLE One reason that men like small, limited gods is that they can be more easily handled. The ancients fashioned graven images not so much to honor the gods, but to get them to work for them, to pacify them, or to keep them from doing them harm. The portable god was easily used and manipulated. The Second Commandment, then, is not just an eccentric whim of God, but a fact that is essential to the welfare of man as well a~, the satisfaction of God. Having discovered the existence of anulti- mate Higher Power, men have: responded by either (1) trying to use that power, or (2) allowing it to use them. When our God is only vest-pocket size, we tend to try to u~e him to fulfill our own needs and purposes. But when our God is big enough for the ever-expanding universe we are experiencing, we will tend to sur- render ourselves to him so that he may use us to accomplish his purposes. Today graven images are not much of a threat to Christianity but the principle behind the NORI N E. KISNER howitzers and heavy machineguns Second Commandment is still Insurance Consultant Instructions was also ~iven invery relevant. Our God maystill ;,;~: ~.~-m; .... .~ ..... be too small, too limited, too much[ tl ammun,,,, ,a,u.,.,~ a.u ~u..,m ........... f ---an Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 nications zasnzonect mme~mage o m , West Liberty Street ~ 1 /'- Durin.g.his last week of training W:vm~aY bl~:ik:dhl~i:1~:g~smd~. he parhc~pated m day and mght ~ ~' r e A . ' . ' ' mission to b~ back ya d to s e ~t ~,~. nrlng ex.ercl.ses, an eclipse. G~I and hts truth are ~l~ ' ' ~I' 'I i! ~'-~SERVICES FOR PENTECOSTAL and doctrinal back yards. He is CHURCH THIS WEEK too big and too complex to be lW'IATIONWlDE ] Following is a schedule of ser-limited by our petty parochial I~ ,l~ ,.,0mot.u~u~t msu.m c0~n,, t [ zences .%",~j,* IlI~01e~l~[ intuit ~111[ tlISUlIAmC( I:OIPt#g | I vices for the Pen.tee|sial Church " | .....~t~Oawm t~t msu~! tOamt i I the Rev: M; C: Scott. Pa.stor and When Jesus spoke with the Sa- i I I of Christ, Route 1, Harpers Ferry MORE THAN RIGHT HILL ~uperm~erment ~mya ~]mons. martian woman by the well it was -~-[ Sunday School, 10:00 A. M., apparent to him that her Godwas ! M- II [ , Evening Secvice 7:30 P.M. too small. Her vest-pocket religiOnbe and the OLD DO INION Tuesday evening services 7:30 was toosmalltotncludehothJews P.M. and Samaritans; one of them had ~i iq Thursday evening Young pet)-to the "righff group -" "-- -" --" )so small that he had to b~ wor- Fr ure .!i ~, t 180000 . and she was concerned to make COSTLY ACCIDENTS shipped on but one mountaintop lure| m acelaerms every weekAnd you9 What about thesize vvdan,.e, ... , througtmut tlle UnRed States. of ,'our God9 Is he smallenough [- 131 W. Washington St. [ _] .. These injuries |cur at home, at for-you to use and control, to work or at play. They may he(dtvlde the worldinto small, hostile Charles Wowll, W. Va, ]l serious or slight, but if they re- neighborhoods, to fit into your Telephone 725-2811 l] No other quire a doctor's attention they own vest-pockS sized world? If may be covered by the outstand- he is, he is far too small -- and able to Post-Gazette readers for ~...a 0. 0~.., =..,~k~. ~ ~. m~,;.. - _. monument ~ xeader4murance policy avail so are you. I c O L O R II -e only 10 ~ a week. ~ c~,-. ,~?,. ,~.N*2o.'y".C~" ".~" or omp et~ ~eh~llS on nOW c,~nl~ Pr*..~rvkt 1 C " " ---*'*"- -- q you can gam pea e ofmind m '"us" goo'" regard to accident protection k. s m, .,___ write L to: Registrar Agent, Wash- James ll|ng ington Natio aal Insurance Co., Post-Gazette Reader-Insurance De P^mdnl AFblll-ru partment, Box 957, Pittsburgh, vmlm m a Rock of Ages* Pa. 15230. t Read The Post-Gazettte and get, Wa|ninn At Fort Sill ! , . T.V.'s II t_he news first every morning.] ........ " | SALES- SERVICE [[ Monument Conta, your local newspaperboy [ Fort Sill, Okla. (AItTNC) Pot, or dealer for convenient home de Ring, 18, of Mrs Mary I. livery. I Ring, Route 2, Bbx 10," Harpers [ ANTENNAS INSTALLED lJ available only from ' I Ferry, completed eight Weeks of ~t~ ~ ~ ~ ~d ~ ~ ~ I advanced ,artillery training at the your Rock of Ages ml 11 I Army Artillery and Missile Bchool V ~ [Fort Sill, Okla., July 1. l Sm il AuthoriZ?drt Dealer. ~ ,in' tie was trained as a cannoneerfield artillery. Ranges-allApplianceSRefrigerat0rs msburg .... [ training included mainten- I It I ,..m oe andfiring of artillery guns, Air Co ditioners-Washer Granite Works I [Instruction was also given in IP ' ifi;.I ! [ammunition handling and commu I " A FINE SELECTION 109 West John St. ,63)t.7 inications" / I During his last week of tra4ning II Martinsburg, W. Vs. Ihe participated in day and night Z./ - I iring excretes. ' FURIIITURF,!( Telephone-267-6141 ~/ ,-- [ I FLOYD G. ()DOM, Owner SEALY BEDDING Use The Classifieds IL [ I I r .... :_LA TO CHURCH SUNDAY THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the g~desL fatter on earth for the build- ing of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a slroag cl~urch, neither democracy ~mr civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons wi~y every person shoukt attend services regularly and supl)ort lhe church. They are: (1) For his o~n sake. 12) For his chil- dren's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Phm to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. That's what my parents said when I asked if I could go to Eddie's Sunday School. You see, there are lots of churches in town. And my parents haven't decided which one we ough to attend. These are important decisions. They take time! But that doesn't make Sunday mornings much fun. With all my friends aL church, there's nobody to play with except that bully up the street. And Dad and Mother say I shouldn't play with him. Thats" funny! How come parents can decide what kind of boys we should play with, but tha can't decide what church we should attend? , Jms to me that going to church next Sunday might help us all decide, Copyright 1966,Keister Adverti~inK Serve, .me., St~rg, V~ ii THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEIZI ..... I PAPERBO CO. I .DWAlm J C. PENNEY CO I ILaJ TOWN, W. VA. I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR " "AY FI ALITY" I I APPLIANCE CENTER ALW .S lIST QU . ! ..... ! I North George SL - Phone 72,~%$1| CharLes l own, w. va. . ,. ...... ,., I RANSON REAL ESTATE I ' .............. ' .... ' WESTERN AUTO PItlLCO DEALER I I -. I P, ANSON, W. V I ASSOCIATE STORE Charles Town, W. VII. raoae 725-5611 I " PHONE-72f 707 - T25-7071 I J.E. SENSENEY, Own. ' I I Charles Town. W. Vii._.... CHARLES TOWN I The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. I , ESSO SERVICE CENTER I COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME I LEGGETT S DEPT. STORE MeCLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner I Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-7068 I ~ HOME of BETTER VALLrJES~ Phone 725-9904 aaxles Town, w. va. 1 o Char es T wn, W. Va, [ SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME [ I Shepherdstowa , Phone 876-2683 I .... SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE I I POWHATAN BRASS H. W. WAGELEY, INC. I I & IRON WORKS .-,. a. H S CLOPPER, JR. RANSON V Dial 72, 2921 Charles Town, W. V I IN E REAL E TATE I , W. A. AND BONDS KABLE OIL CO. INC I / COMMUNITY OIL CO,, INC. , ! Hill-Dale Shopping Center I CITIES SERVICE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR t Phone 725-7081 Charles Town, W. Yah ! Charles Town, W Vs. Phone 72 -7510 Charles Town, W. Va. I I Martizmlmrg, W. VII.- esbnrg, V" " I J E F F E R S O N I Shepherdstown, W. Va. SOUTHERN STATES I HARDWARE CO., INC. I ' Charles Town CooPerative, Inc. I SH RWIN- S PAINTS / RANSON MACHINE WORKS RANSON, W. VA. I Phone 72 -2245 Charles Town, W. Va. / Phone 725 ;621 Ranso W. VIk