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Mr: Stanley Rodgers "of Washing- ton, D. C. were callers with Mrs. Sermon SubJect Sunday ! Bruce Furr. Saturday morning, Mr and Mrs. Asbu /Methodist Church lMart" Blue and children of Lee- town and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blue,of Martinsburg left for a The Rev. Mr. Lee Williams will [ week s vacation, .going to Ocean use The Old and The New" for ICiLy, Md. and Monday Miss Ann Services For Sunday his sermon topic Sunday, July[ Gardner of Leetown joined the! ..... 24, at Asbury Methodist Church,[group. A,,! cornerofN, eharlesandNorth, Mr. RoyFurrofHagerstown,~ Lutheran Church Worship Services are held at [Md. was ,a caller Saturday after- 8:15 a. m. and 11 a: m. ]noon with hi~ mother, Mrs. Mary Jesus, and the Church," ~i*ll A Nursery for pre-school child-] Bruce Furr. be the ,sermon subject for the ren is available for boCh services. ] T h e Women's Society of ehildren s service Sunday morn- Church School is held at 9:30[Christian Service of the Method- ing at 8:30 at St. Thomas Luther- am. with classes for all ages. The] ist Church will meet Friday an Church in Ransom with "Glor- Church invites you to come and dight, July 22, at the home of ious Praise," the sermon topic fqr the 11 a. m. Worship Service. it was announced Monday by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. The Nursery will be held during the worship for pre-school children. Sunday School will be a~ 9:45 a. m. for adults, young men and women and chilctren, it was and nouneed by James E. Brand. superintendent. Choir rehearsal will held Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. CHURCH SERV,CES CALVARY ASSEMBLY of GOD In the absence of the Rev. Will- iam P. Reed, pastor of Calvar Assembly of God Church in Ran- son, the Rev. R. Elmer Baker announces the following schedule of services: Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship at 11:00. Sun- day evening Evangelistic Service at 7:30. Tuesday, Christ's Ambassadors meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. ATTEND CHURCH *Read The Spirit-Advocate IIII III I II i THE MRVIN T. STRIDER 0. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 I I II I I III For Clean And Use Triple.Refined TL And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Vs. Phone 725.2215 Ill II III I IIII I 1 OLD DOMINION & 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Vs. Telephone 725.2811 COLOR Black & White I I SALES - SERVICE ANTENNAS INSTALLED Ranges - Refrigerators Air Conditioners.Washers A FINE SELECTION OF worship. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sagle. The Sr. MYF will meet at the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swartz home of Robert Appell. 500 Jeff- and Brenda had a picnic Sunday erson Avenue. at 6:30 p. m. The evendng and guests were Mr. and Jr. MYF will meet at the church Mrs. Russell Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. at 6:30 p.m. Clifford Stafliper, Mr. and Mrs. The Friendly Class will meet Lawrence Young of Waynesboro, with Mrs. Thomas Kern, 712 Jeff- Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Starliper SEALY BEDDING During the construction of St. 'aul's Cathedral in London, Sir ]hristopher Wren, its famous trchitect, posted a notice in cart- )us places on the construction ;its: "Whereas among the laborers and others that ungodly custom "erson Avenue, for a family cov- and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Of swearing is so ered dish picnic Monday at 6:30 Locke and Lester and Mrs. J.S. frequently heard p.m. Locke. to the dishonor Bible Study group, leader Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wisen- .of God and to Williams, meets each Wednesday berger and ~amily of Norfolk, Vs. the contempt oi at 8 p. m. Sr. Choir rehearsM on were weekend guests of Mr. and his authority, Wednesday, a~c 8 p.m. Mrs. Tom Wisenberger. Sunday, [ and to the end The Commi, ssion on Member- they all wont to Mr. Harry Wisen. that such impiety. ship and Evangelism, Chairman berger's a Jefferson, Md. for amay utterlybet Mr. Thomas Kern, will meet on biPthday dinner. [ tev. Althouse banished within~ Thursday at 8 p. m Pot. Douglas Aikens of Fort[ :ese works which are intended Jackson, S. C., is spending a 15-[ o the service of God and the aonor of religion, it is ordered ~B$~lID~qlg~.~'~l[:..- .~ _-;-: - =- -. day furlough with relatives. [ that profane swearing shall be a Mr. Clyde Grubbs of Shepherds-l sufficient crime to discharge any town was a visitor Sunday after-I laborer that Comes to the call.' noon with his sister, Mrs. Mary To Wren it was incongruous Mrs. Mary B. Furr Bruce Furr Callers on Sunday to have profanity uttered in a evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Stun- structure that would eventually be used to glorify God. The v- -:'~ -- ~:: "--~ ley Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mrs. Altc nGrove and Mrs. Furr and Kim, all of Charles ruling was vigorously enforced Paul Grove attended a Stork Town. so that this abuse might be ut- terly stamped out. God should Shower Monday night in Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and not be insulted within his own for Mrs. Lee Lupto~. Sandra of Arnel, Vs., visited on house. Mr. Stanley Rodgers of Wash- Sunday afternoon with Mr. and ~You shall not take the name ington, D. C. visited a few days Mrs. A}ton Grove. of the LORD your God in vain; last week with his Muter, Mrs. for the LORD will not hold him B. H. Riddleberger in Charles ~~~ "~".,~ guiltless who takes his name in Town. vain". (Exodus 20:7 RSV) Isn't There will be Preaching Set- God being a bit touchy here? Why all this fuss over his name? vice Sunday morning in the Meth Doesn't he realize thai "sticks and odist Church by the pastor, Rev. Miss Margaret Houser I stones may break my bones, but Lynn Buttorf, at 9:45 and Sun- tIB~lg~~::~ names willneverhurtme"? day School at 10:45. Mr and Mrs Wifllam Hough, Mrs Jess Brown entertained . ," _ ' ....... WHAT'S IN A NAME? the Hatche .......... i Jr sorts anu mr anu zvu .The ancients, particularly the ry t~rmge ~mD at ner ljameCanif--a a,n ~i .... h+,~,. ^~ home Wednesday night. [ .... s ,or ....... s-~-..u- Hebrews, attatched great signifi- .... harpers eerry are spenamg Visitors Monday evening with[thi~ . e~t...+ ,-~ .... ,~.. ~,~,4 eance to one's name. The name Mrs. Viola Chapman were Mrs.] ~. ~. .. ~ . . ... of a person and his personality 1 a vlr.s rnest laouser, nau me Burg'e Goodsore nd Miss Olga[ .. . were inseparablylinked together. LIO d Ha e Ferr misfortune ,to get her hand in y of rp rs y. ] . . In the Bible we find that often when a man's character was Th, T~atz~wr. TT~rno T'l.... the wringer while washing, last changed, his name was changed ..................... "'"" week stration Club held their picnic " also. Abram became Abraham, at Leetown area picnic Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sibert andJacob became Israel. Saulbecame daughter of Martinsburg spent Paul. If you dishonored a man's ground Wednesday, with a very a few days last week with her name you dishonored the whole small attendance. Tuesday evening Mrs B. H. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles person. Knott and son. Hetzel It was also believed that the Mr. and Mrs. Lowell name carried with it the power of motored to Lewisburg, W. Vat the gods and spirits. To pro-! and visited .their son Donald over I nounee the name of the deity was the weekend. Ito invoke his presence ann eel The W. S. C. S. of the Me~h- him into motion. Thus Christians od,ist Church held ~s regularstill pray ~in the name of Jesus meeting on Wednesday r~ight, of Christ, our Lord." Some people July 13 at the Church. ]used the name of the Hebrew God to perform magical rites for their Mrs. Anna Bond of Harpers own benefit. Thtswas a common Ferry rema'ms yery ill in the practice f or pagans. Charles Towrn General Hospital. The Third Commandment is Mrs. Berl~ley Custer and her intended to teach the people of daughter, of Jefferson Terrace, Israel that God's name and the Charles Town, were Sunday even- Being it represents is intended mg guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bertfor praise, not for manipulation Loudan .and sen. or for cursing. We are not to use Mr. and Mrs. Cha.rles Knott his name in any way that would motored .to Mactinsburg on Sun- bring dishonor upon God, nor day evening and were guests ofare we to speak or use that name Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sibert and their without sincerity. Amerlee'm t,Nmi daughter. Mr. and Mrs Roy Shirley and BEYOND MERE WORDS lm~ eM atfee~ - Profanity, however, does not daughters of Shenandoah Junct-end with words. The writer of ~1~1~ h~ l mn were Sunday evening guests Titus says it simply: ~Theypro- $3.00 of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B Houser. fess to know God, but they deny ~Mrs. Harry Fries, Mrs. Bill him by their deeds." What we do Per Week Fries .and son of Martinsburg speaks louder than what we say. were the Surtday evening guests There is a profanation of the of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott name of God whenever we pro- CHARLES TOWN and son and Mrs. Florence Run-tess to serve God and then live ion. as if we believed he did not exist. There was an irony in Sir GAS CO INC Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan Christopher Wren's pronounce- e and children of Knoxville, Md. ment against profane speech. He were the Sunday guests of Mr.acted boldly to eliminate profan- 114 North Charles Street and Mrs. Harold Harding and tiy from this sacred site, yetsome- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Irs. Annie Loudan. thing else happened that proved The Bakerton Senators beat to be an even greater offense to ..... [i I :he Shepherdstown Angels 14 to God. Through lack of vigilance-- 7 on Saturday. perhaps that of the architect him- Mrs. Gerald Holler and child- self-r-someone was permitted to ren sper~t Sunday evening with build the great pillars of the Cir. and Mrs. Lester Brown and cathedral in such an inferior family, anauner that today the structure is in danger of eventual collapse. The pillars ai)pear to be very Board Of Education strong, but th~ materials ins|de them are very inferior. Wheu I visited the cathedral a number ol Eulogizes Late Lewis ,-ears ago thefamous'whisperin8 gallery was closed off as unsafe, J. McDonald's Service a stark example that there may be both a profanity of speech and a profanity of deeds. The Jefferson County Board Today" there are many who of Education unarflmously adopt- are saying that man has out- ed a resolution at it's regulargrown his need for God. Oft hose meeting Wednesday night, July who are replying adamantly with 13, deploring the death and eulog- their lips, "Not 'true! not trueI% i,,W~h0ut teall~ izing the long period of service there are some who by the pro- which the late Lewis J. McDonald fanity of their deeds are also In insurance, we urge you gave ~ the Board and the Jeffer- saying; "Amen. God is dead!" "Why do you call me 'Lord, lird to cover the big lossson County School system over Lord,' and do not what I tell hat can financially cripple the past 22 years. The resolution praised the you?" IBemtd on o~fllnes copyrlghh*d by I~e ~vi~]en you. "coverage without many years ,of service which Mr. .t Ch,itltla. ideation, Notional Counti{ $* tears '... for help in deeid- McDonaM gave the school systemc,~s. ,~ cs,~., t..o u. s. ~. t~u,~ InS what to *cover and and his efforts in expanding and how intl h, to . improving the ,standards of the school system and education in general in the cotmty. Mr. McDonald served on the schoo~l board for 22 years and 11 mon~Is and was president of the board for 15 years. HIT "TIIE $ACKPOT WORTH $1)00 The last time we looked, The Baltimore News American Cross word Puzzle Jackpot was worth PHONE 725-2211 $1000. You still may have a chance at this whopping prize: Solve the crossword puzzle and take home the cash. See entry bMnk, clues word list in TItE NEWS AMERICAN On sMe at In a letter to his grandmother,SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Raymond T. Jackson l[dated July 5, 1966, J. A. Rapp, Jr., THURSDAY, JULY 2i, i966 ..... F [Capt., in the U. S. Navy, and .... Honored D. M ,, Commanding Officer of the Cubi I#~ i~avj or Station, stated Jackson was se- Pa||r~ |ng,~e}ln:t}lnn I Gaynor, Jefferson Avenue, ( lected on the basis of his past tout, t, utvt,$H~lussu~ lies Town, sometime betwee Outstanding Service ]record of performance, military [and 10 p. m., July 9. behavior and bearing, appearance 60vn0r Burohrv I Charles Town State Tro A signal honor was bestowed / and leadership, ability and po-~ - ~- ~ /Gary Arthur said the house upon Raymond T. Jackson, son tential, his moral and religious ._ ._. l entered by an unlocked door of Mrs. H~attie Jackson of Ran- standards, athletic achievements, Charles Town State Police are/some $150 in cash and a son, and grandson of Mrs. Eliza contributions toward improving investigating a burglarly whicht watch valued at about the morale and efficiency of the occurred at the home of Joseph lreported as having been Jackson, 404 S. Charles street, Command, and stature as a rep- Charles Town, by the officers and men of the Naval Air Station resentative of the U. S. Navy and ~= ~=m~ ~m~ Cubi Point, by naming him as the the United State.s in a Foreign , F 0 R Y O U R "Man-Of-The-Mon,th" of the base Country. Capt. Rapp further sLat- for the month of May, 1966. ed that the impression which Young Jackson enlisted in the Raymond had made upon the ,Navy in August, 1965, and took officers and men with whom he his basic ,training at Great Lakes. Ill., before being seat overseas for duty. He is now attached to the Naval Air Station Ordinance De- partment at Cubi Poin, Bataan, Philippine Islands. He was se- lected for the honor among some 700 personnel at the Naval Stat- ion. Cubi 'is his first duty station smce he went overseas. He has traveled in the Philippines and plans to go to Hongkong, China, soon. works and comes into contact is evident by the fact that he has earned this award It is rare that a young man with such a rela- tively short period of service earns this award Capt. Rapp stated. Read The Spirit-Advocate ATTEND CHURCH Metal Doors - Metal Frames And Re-Enforcing 'Steel Products for CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA. THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 All this glory from one tiny seed .t The sunflower towers taller than a man, its huge golden head filled with thousands of seeds.., and every seed contains the mystery of life and growth that science cannot explain. We are surrounded by miracles that man did create. Who created them? Who created us? By the reasoning powers of our own marvelous minds we can be guided to see that God the Creator has made all things according to His plan, and that we can only achieve our highest development by living in harmony with it. How can we know God's will for us? We need only a small seed of faith, for He will lead us in His way if we ask Him... and that seed will grow and flourish under His loving care. 'THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of charac- ter and good citizenship. It is a store- house of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regu- Iarly and support the Church. They are: (1) 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 moral and material support. Plan to go to church regu- larly and read your Bible daily, Copyright 1966, Keister Advertising Service, Inc.. Strasbur~ Vs. ::.;+:. Sunday Monday Genesis Psalms | 7:1-8 8:1-9 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Psalms Matthew Mafthew Mark I Thesso[onians 19:1-14 6:25-33 17:14-23 8:31-38 4:1-8 THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP E CH WEEK SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative, Inc. BANSON, W. VA. J. C. PENNEY CO. "ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" Charles Town, W. Vs. J. RUSSELL FRHWS, INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town. W. Va. Phone 725-55H CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MeCLURE B. WH,LINGIIAI Owner Phone 725-9904 Charles Town, W. Va. SUI ERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 725-2921 Charles Town, W. Vs. I ABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725.7510 Charles Town, W. Vs. u JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN.WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 725-2245 C narles Town, W. V HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD CO. HAIJ TOWN, W. VA. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE - 725-7072 --- 725-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown Phone 876-2685 H.*S. CLOPPER, JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill-Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 72 I Ranson, W. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. . Phone WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 1. E. SENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. Va. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME of BE 'ER VALUES Charles Town, W. Va. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, W. VAt. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. :CITIES SERVICE. ' Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinslmrg, W. Vs.. Leesburg, Vlb Shepherdstowa, W. Va.