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NEWS HAPPENINGS IN KAB E OWN By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 WORSHIP SERVICE 7:3{) P.M. Sunday evening July 19, there ~ili be regular worship Service at 7:30. Rev. Bu.tcher was in the community Friday afternoon visi- ting ~he shu,t-ins and admimster- ing the Holy Communion to then]. Plans are bei,ng made for ~he annual Sunday School Picnic wllivh will be held Sunday August 16t~ at noon. The K.a~ble,town W. S. C. S. will meet at '~he home of Mrs. Oral B. I-Iu~hes Wednesday nigh August 5 for .the regular monthly meeting. Mr. and Mrs. l~bert Sowers, cheir daughter Mrs. Nelson White, (lauffhter Catherine, ~Mr. and Mrs. Oletus Russell scms Bitty ~and Jim- ny near Downsville, Md. Mr. and tMrs. John W. Russell of near Cl~arles To~n enjoyed a ,picnic Sund'ay at New Market, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush. There were approximeately twen, ty-six and Mrs. Win. H. Hough of Baker- ton. Mr. a,nd :Mrs. James Grey of near SVanley, Va. were recent visitors wi,th his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and ,Mrs. Milton Popkins. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford and daughter, Laura Ann. of Win chester, Va., were overnight visi- tors Saturday with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small wood. Mrs. Thomas Mercer returned to visited the Endless Caverns. iher home after visiting her sister- Mr. Waiter Burd,ick of Drew in-l:aw Mrs. Justs Mercer of near Farm was pleasan, tly suprised Sun Bluemont, Va. day evening when Mrs. Burdick, i Miss Jane Rissler of Wheatland her mother, Mrs. H. O. Bush ,is spending this week with her a~nd members of his Sunday launt, Miss Margaret Johnson. ~;chool Class ffave him a birthdayI Mrs. Nora Ware o:f Oharles party at Avon Dale the :home of Town spent several days with Mr. In order to settle the Estate of the late Benjamin O. Locke, we will sell at Public Sale, lhe Following Personal Property, located in Harpers Ferry, W. Va., on Potomac Street, near B. & O. Station, on SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (E. D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. 1 Dresser with Mirror; Chest of Drawers, Vanily with Mirror; Metal Bed, Springs and Mattress; Single Metal Bed, 1 Old Mantel Clock, Eleclric Clock, Several Watches, 2 Cameras, Set of Flat Silver, Wardrobe, Night Stand, Radio, Several Chairs, Chests, Bed IAn- ens, A Lot of Dishes, Fishing Tackle. Shot Gun,, 38 H. & A. Range Revolver; and Other Articles. TOOLS:--1 Electric Wizard Skill Cut Off Saw; 1 -inch Wizard Electric Drill, 1 Electric Soldering Gun, Pipe Wrenches, Adjustable Wrenches, Bits, Pliers, Drop Cords, Hammers, Hatchets, Shovels, Picks, Axes, 'Saws, Dig Irons, Etc. 1957 Plymouth 2-Door Car (EXCELLENT CONDITION) BANK OF CHARLES TOWN, ADMINISTRATOR. TERMS : :--CASH. PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer. N. CLARK FURR Clerk. and ~Mrs, Ernest Rowla,nd of Wooc byne Farm. Mrs. Fenton Brown spent Sun- day with her ~on-i,~-law and dau- ghier. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gay- nor and family of Riennymede Farm Mr. Lewis F. Carroll, Jr.,~Buzzie has recently received the wppoint- ment a~ city police for Ransom Paradise Lodge the cabin on the Shenandoah River, recently com- pleted by its owners Billy Clipp of Marti,nsburg and Buddy Howell rates very high as to conveni- ences. The Clipp and Howell fami- lies enjoyed the recent h,aliday there. Recent visitors with Mrs. Arch Carroll who has been living with !her son-in-law and daugh,ter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bush, Avon Wood Farm were her brother and sister- in-l.aw, Mr. and iMrs. Roy Pearrell of Sharon, Pa., after visiting other realitives of the community Mr. and Mrs. Pearrell acoompaned by Mrs. Carroll returned to pennsyl- vania, Mrs. Can,oll stopped en- route to Pearrell and family o'f NeW Castle, Pc. Miss Marie Penwell, a guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Harold Garrett visited with Mrs. James Baxley of Washington, D. C. anc Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keaton of Riv- erdale, lMd., this past week. The tollowi,ng enjoyed an out- ing a~ Owynn Oaks, Md. Sunday tMr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland, Child ren Carolyn, Terry and Connie Sue. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pen- well, their son Nelson and his daug,hters, Marie and Vickie, Miss Ruby Ellen Whitmore of Ra,nson Mr. and Mrs. Plemming Frit.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Na,than Wood- ard and family all of near ~Martins burg, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sea- lock and daughter, Mrs. Allis Wil- liams. Word of thanks are extended to Henry Clipp who gave the laOi- son ivy a;.~d weeds in ,the local church yard a heavy spraying of weed killer. Mrs. Ray Marcus and son, Erie spent Monday with her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton Cedar Oliff Farm. Mr. and ~VIrs. Milton and son of Millville :were visitors Monday also. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll enter rained to a picnic supper Su,'aday night. Due to t'he rain iL was helc indoors. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Unger ol Inwood, Mrs. Caroll's parent~, Miss Ella Jean Smallwood and ,Mr. Joe Lambert of Poka Dot Farms were their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Reese and fami,ly of Washington, D. C visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Joseph Mercer. Morgan and Donley Get Masonic 50-Year Pins Bible Material: :Ruth. Devotional Beading: Isaiah 58:6-1L All His Children Lesson for July 19, 1959 , THE "BOOK" of Ruth is a very ~short one. It could easily be printed in fairly large type on one page of a newspaper with roora to spare. But it is a mistake to judge writings by their length, otherwise the Congressional Record would be the world's literary masterpiece, and Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad- dress a worthless trifle. As a story, the book of Ruth has a great charm. It is one of those parts of the Bible which we might call God's extras, something which Dr. Foreman could have been left out, but which, once we have it, we would not part with. Ways to Read Ruth One can read this little tale of long ago just as a tale and enjoy its simplicity and beauty. Or one can find in it much sociological interest, what marriage meant in those far-off days, what provisions were made for the very poor, and so forth. One can also enjoy and learn something from the char- acters described in it, each one sketched in a few revealing words. The author is strangely modern at this point. ~rriters today seldom use adjectives (such as heroic, brutal, clever, or what not) about their characters; they just let us see them and judge for ourselves. So it is in tl~e book of Ruth. But the way we propose to look at "Ruth'" is this: the book shows with quiet simplicity how the very kinds of people many of us are in- clined to look down on or shy away from, are God's children. Plain People ~ There is another book in the A. Charles Morgan and Fred Bible telling about the times when Donley were awai~ded Masonic the characters in the story of Grand Lodge 50-Year Membership Ruth were alive; it is the Book of Pi,ns at a stated communication of Judges. It is full of hero-stories. M,t. Nebo Lodge No. 91 in Shep- herdstown. Grand Lecturer Frank But none of those heroes appears Christians in Liberia For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- annou,nces the :following schedule of service for Sunday July 19 at St. Thomas Lu,theran Church in Ranson: Sunday, July 19 - The Service at 8:30 a. m. and 11:00 a. m. with sermon "Christians in Liberia". Nursery held dm'ing worship. Sunday Church SChool and Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m.; Robert Stone, Sup- erin.te,nden,t. Choir rehearsal Thursday, at 8:00 p. m. Rev. Mr. West Begins Pastorate in Romney Presbyterian Church The Reverend Leslie T. West, Jr., Delaplaplane, Virginia, has accepted a call to be minister of Romney Presbyteria:l Church. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University at Lexington, Vs., in 1952 and Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Va., in 1958. He served two years wi'th the United States Army. During his 'Vhree years at t'he seminary he served various churches in the area during Vhe absentees of their regular pastor. WICKLIFFE SERVICE AUG. 2 The Annual Wickliffe service will be held Sunday Augus,t 2 at 11:00 a. m. (Standard Time.) The Rev. Charles Moncure ~vill conduct ,~he service. Presbytery Meets on July 21 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON V,RMEaS At Little Falls Church 4--B THURSDAY JULY The quarterly meeting of Win- laboratories all over America, re- Chester Presbytery of the Synod searchers study and test continu- of Virgi,nia will be held July 21 at Little Falls Presbyterian Chu- ously to help the motorist get, the reh in ~he County, it was annou- most value out of h:is driving need today, dollar. It wi,ll be one-day session only. The Reverend Oren Moore, of Pron, b Royal, Va., is moderaor of I, he group. BEWARE OF THOSE HIDDEN GAS ROBBERS Wa,teh for hiddert gas robbers Vhey can punv~h holes in your bud- get. Tires ~h~t are underin$ia,ted just 5 pounds, for instance, ca,n cost you haler a gallon of gasoline out of every twenty. DiPty air filt- ers can steal 1O per cen,t of your mi,leage. Poor compression, faulty plugs, and slow-aoting Chokes all work to pull mileage do~,n. In oil- industry financed "detection" NO HUNTING, NO ING SIGNS For Sale at of the Spirit of Jeff on North George Town. Buy your n Oct. 2 - tf.--nc FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles ToWn Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE" Day 370 Night CHARLES TOWN GAS PHONE 226 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :'- :': ":': ::+" i:!: