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July 27, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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t i slmlsm, but (again llke all ] ' the door and who d/d tliey find [ Class at 9:45 a. m.; ,Yoseph R. Sta- t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VARMeRS C stian realists) even when he I THE WEATHER AND OTHER [ there but Alonza Ivlyers and i~Y, Superintendent. Tuesday, 1 4---B TRUHSDAY, JULY takes the darkest view possible, ] . daughter, Mrs. Ruth Myers whom t~nurcn t!ouncn meets az .me par- .... ~he does not lose his faith. On the / ~lJ[llme=lffltl IT III I kl they had not seen for seven years sonage at ~:oo p. m. weanesaay .... .. . ~, occasion when Jesus went to / LnE31[~ |1 ]ILl= ~ They have been very close friends Evangelism committee and lay vis ann cHaracter, omer music organlz Bethany just after his friend / with the Pearls for thirty years [tars metat 7:30 p. m. at the home Miss Cheshire, who received the has served as Guild Pres Lazarus died, it was a well. / By Mrs. Georgia Pearl and at one time were neighbors of Mr. andMrs. Alvey Ebersole: PTA Summit Point award at camher church Miss Cheshire: known fact that the authorities / When they first met there was so ]Thursday, ben[or Choir reHearsal mencement at the Charles To~vn rolled in the department i wanted to have him arrested ~ ' many many things to talk about iat 8:00 p.m. I Hi-h SchoO was also valedictorian sing at.Alderson-Broaddus. Thomas thought it would come to [ Motor To Washington t the hot and humid day. The feb and the time went hy so rapidly [ -~ ~-- -~-o'~ S*'e .... s a member worse than arrest. "Let us go Mr .and Mrs. Neff Slusher and I lowshlp I feel more sure was en- and not realizing the time of day ~2mAd .RAnA~nm ~t*~#tl~r ............................. ~,~#v~,-,,~oQ,-,~ too, that we may die with him," [Mrs. Charles Garrett and Ylrs. Her [joyed so I can speak that for my- the old mantle clock peeled out i-ti"mm'u b.bVmn I en of h e' a on'al'honorP'S oc; I A| AIkHJ :___34: he said. He did not think Jesus ,man Garrett motored to Wash[rig-I self Those present from a distan-, was midnight .... so before the MyersI- I lety, ......... member oi ~ne banu ann ~II-ljllllB "VIVlll11wll[ 1MIIMll was riding the road to success I ton D. C. Sunday to visit their Ice were Mrs. Mary Piper of Balh- folks returned home. Mrs. Pearl TO Aiderson=BroMd.s I I In Bewilderment [sister Mrs. Clyde Harris who is a i fiiore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Carl i served refreshments. Isn't it just1 .................. I , .... . [ lhN~l I ILI~NB tf At the Last Supper we l~ea, [ surgical patient !n Sibley hospit-lI~, wk and daughter.Linda, of Rock l wonderful to meet with those Miss Mary Ann Cheshire, daugh 1 IThe Tan with I I ArrLiAnt, i: the voice of Thomas onlv once I al. lvirs, riarris WHO was in an au I viue, Ma., Mrs. ~:aa Lannam and I much cherished and true friends, ter -f Mr sn~ Mr~ l,ernv Che~- I NEW IDEAS FOR ] ] "Lord, we do not know where Itomobfle accident about three I four sons, Martmsburg, W. Va .... i--~ .... I I .... -. _ s ,~,,~ .... o,a ~ooeived a ver- ] Mrs Jane Sta-hs Mrs Robert Ru t . . sire o~ bummit Point has been ' t ~ ~vcvv cr~/~ ~ t ~orner t;narles a you are going, now can we Know .,~,.~.o ,~s,, ,,-,~ -,~,- .a ,, -,- , s , . ~ .... . ' the way?" He was evidently ] bad back injury and during th,s ]therf0rd and Mrs. Ruby Ballenger [The Sou[ s Dmre I0 Be [ amed a Ben edum c.olar! I ...... ' [ Wash,ngton Str completely bewildered. But he I time has been under the doctors ] and Mr. Donald Eack]es of Bolivar [ .. .qerson-tsroaaaus ~ouege ]n ~nu- I Ut~DkdAU le rimMED I ...... did not leave the table, as Judas [ care so finally the decision came [ Mr. Dan Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. [ ~mA~ I[A. [.$h~,~m~ I ~PPt ~.or me cam.rag, year. ~ne [ N~nffl~l~ Lo filJl~Ln I t:narles Town, w., did, to go out into the night. He [ when an operation must take ] Leonard Fritts of Charles Town. i J llll l| 1-Uill l O|l]} I omm ttee on Aam,tssm,ns I ................... I a t a low oint He as ood ' -lace to -raft a bone to one of the i ............ inn ~ cent AKI tMS week remasea me t I~U~A_r~U~ A~UX t u~,~ ~,~,~_- w s a p g p g Anme wm was a er " " APP I T, e rat" s e " The Rev Richard E NeaI, pas- names of eighteen incoming stu- L ANCE & as admits he does not understand ]vertabras. Th ape Ion wa p r [guests Friday with,her sister Mrs ] .... ~.- . .: .......... [ ~,t:..^ r,.',~, u. Ha.'-- ] ......... ,i V......+ ,m ,,xxre a.m + tl..... I ..moa Tue ds,, and then she I _.,_ .,,,..L. .... tar at bt. THomas Lumeran t;nur dents so aesignatea me year I u.t 1,Jlt ' DIJ[II LIIIs | ann ~o~o ~- ---- ,. ,- ....... i -~-* .......... ~ i ~,l~[.e ,,,~ a.u ~,~u ,~, ,,~,,~, I .~ Seventh Avenu^ ana .,,,~. ,-, , i ~ where you are headed" sounds I will be in a cast and in hospital / Mrs Margaret 0tt who is spend- I ~'_'_ .... "Z~. ....... ~ u ......... I Telenhone._ 552 I..n ,~o VT q'an_ .. very muoh like what the Enalish ~ -- *-,- m--the W~ trust this ~ill | ;--- " .... +,~.^. ,+~. ~.. a.,,.~.,~ [ ~orm mnareu ~treet, xtanson Trio ~|auae wormington tsene- I I~_. "~. :: _%"% " .~ call a vote of no.confidence But [be successful and we will be pray-IMrs Myrtle Wilt, Mrs Ott is en-IMnday announced the f lowmg dum Foundation hasestab!mhed a 1 Charles Town, W. Va. [TV & h r was " . . . .scneume oi services Ior ~unaay, tuna at Alaerson-~roaaaus ~or . Thomas stayed on. W e e I mg for a very very speedy recov- [joying this VlSlt and ~s feehng [ Jul,, 3n t ............... .__--. .... xr;...,.. I I [We Service All Makes #esus neaaed? He did not know I erv ' ~'m~oh hott~ R~t wi~hf*g rnnth~r [ ~ ~" I wutu~y ~tuumat~ ~xuu[ vv~ vatS.~ | ~ ] | But ,he was sure Jesus knew I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk and O't orbetter healt'la ............. I. The Service at 8:30, a. m= and'ia and each year the faculty cam ] lULIIATIONWlDl I "- n """ That s faith. I daughter Linda of Rocky[lie, Md. ' o ..... ,~..~,~ " [ ll:bx~ a. m.; sermon, The bout s mittee aesignates certain yo ng I ll[ I mnuAt msus~e( e0~v "i I l-'no e zu~ u. .... ~ L--~ ~.,,~ I were sunner ~uests Saturday even ouppe, ,Ju~ . I Desire". Nursery held during war people as Benedum Scholars on I ~ E~.m..~L..~l~.~.!"s~u~.c~m'~l [ ........ ~ nu ,wnu-.R.nn fa.,m . .. I i'n'~," with"theformers father Mr Supper guests Saturday evening | ship for pr~-sechool children. Sun the basis of their academic re-[ J- ~,i%~..c~:"~** | I rAuJ~ ~ ~i~Jx ah! ?une~ Tnom is o ~ own ro m ---o ." -. ..... , ..... as es~. n r s.| ,~. ...sT .....-~'t" .....~na ~.~.~.~i~*o" ....~rr~ ......... N~ttm w~th Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey wilt | davo Church School and Pastor s cord and quahtms of leadership ' ................. ' .... refusing to believe that the re | ........ were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickles I - P~ Pa: w~th surreetion of Jesus was an actual ] btauos annLandsSn ~,uwm. and daughter Norma Jean of Char[ ., ~":":-:":":":":";'- *:": ':":":":'*:'*: ~":" fact. To be more exact, he re- ]Peer and V ...... - -- l es Town Mr and Mrs Elmer La. [)~ fused to believe ~on the evidence ] A very qmet weamng tOOK pmcerue and s-~n Lonnie and dau-hter | ~'. .......... of his friends Thomas never said, t in the Chestnut Hill Church at 4 c..~o ~ ~,a ~ ~ ..... :s,~ilt| *j' i1 [] ~ ] ]~ ~ Ill "The thtng:s impossible. I'll never ]P..m. Savt(uwrdayfehe~l'n%~pr~nnoth_e" ;n~l"daufl~ter'Ci'n'd;" ~t~Of" l~ur~- | i~i I M ~ [ I[ ~ ~ N believe it. What he said, in ] sacrea o Y . Y ~. trip ~,,a Mr~ Rosebud McDan I _Y li U ~ ! ~.~ ::"::~ ~!~ ~c~ cWanS:t ?~m? ~ p:s~:dle ~t;n~:r~e2e~i:ndB:wi!i ~elsliand daughters Sharon and l I [ ~l i: : ~:::~i::~::~:;~:/: I hand I must see for myself. It / t n' " " g y " p ~ L " ; . , .. ....... ! [] m ~ I ...... I believe, it will be only if Jesus l Rev. C. W. Lloyd. The bride was l mrs aonnme tlracKett wnols [ [] [] I [ himself proves the story you are / very pretty in a gown of white omptoyea as nurse at me Ul0pton| .[] I~ ~ ~ telling." [ lace Their only attendants were Nursing home at Peon[an Spring,[ [] [] [ Now the Eleven ,or Ten, to be / Mrs. Rebecca Howell, sister of the Va. has returned to work again at[| ~ 1 l[ ~ I exact) may have been "offended / bride and brother-in-law Mr Aud I ter nursing ner son Pack to neaim/ :~ [] ~ ~ ! :i :i: when one of your friends tell you / rey Howell. The bride is a daugh- ! again from an operation. [ :f. 1 [] ~ [ ::~:::~: he doesn't believe you, t doesl~'t | ter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Peer,. Given A Surprise . | :~: ~ [] ~ [ :: bellevc~the lot df you, R gets us. l The groom is a son of Mr. and [ Mr. and Mrs G. C. Pearl wereI ~ | der the skin But they d~d not put | Mrs James Viands Sr Guests at- very much surprised Sunday even[ _y~iil:: ~ ~ ~ :: , .:,.:...::.:.,...:+.:. >:. , 1! The r~an with NEW ~DE, AS FOR A NEW ERA