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Charles Town, West Virginia
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July 28, 1966

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For Presbyterians A pt,,. Pvt. Donald Ballenger lic is cordially invited to tim sermon a,t the Charles Presbyterian Church on July 31. will be another the parables. The topic of Will be "What Kind of Audi- Are You'?" with the text Matthew 13:9. classes for Church School morning worship service and to the Church School. Nursery care for little children will be fur- nished during the 11:00 o'clock worship hour. Read The Spirit-Advocate JULIAN A. EVERLY BOYCE, VIRGINIA Having sold my farm, I am holding Compleie Dispersal of Livestock, Machinery and some Household Items. LOCATION : "Roseville" Farm --- Just South of Boyce on Rt. No. 340 SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1966 10:00 A. M. 53---HEAD OF CATTLE--53 26 ANGUS COWS 1 ANGUS BULL 24 ANGUS CALVES 1 HOLSTEIN Family Cow-Calf This is a young herd of cows with top quality calves--all vaccinated and castrated. HAMPStlIRE BROOD - SOW and 11 PIGS --4 Week~ Old. MACHINERY 2---8N Ford Tractors, Ford Side Mower, Ford Rear Mower, Pard Cultivators, Ferguson 2.Bottom Plow 12", Ford Scraper Blade, 5 ft. Brush Hog~, Case Manure Spreader, Ford 7 ft. Disc, Ford Pulley & Belts, John Deers Corn Planter, McCormick Side Delivery Rake, Wagon, Farm Trailer, Car Trailer, Tractor Jack, 2 Rolls 10x47 Wire, Barb Wire, Lot of Metal Fence Posts, 12 Hole Hog Feeder, 1 Motor Bike, Mis- Cellaneous Shop Tools and other Miscellaneous Equipment. FEED Some Hay and Straw. HOUSEHOLD "FURNITURE Walnut Antique Bed ( size) with Box Springs and New Mattress (made to order), Walnut Sideboard with Lion-Head Brass Pulls and Marble Top, Small Dresser, Hollywood Twin Reds, Overstuffed Couch (with cover), Large Walnut Desk, Small Pine Desk. Swivel Chair, Platform Rocker, Other Chairs, Several Tables, Baby Crib, Old Fashioned Baby Bed, T-V Tables, Rugs, Portable Singer Sewing Machine, Arvin Electric lteater, Several Radios, Glide~, Home Comfort Range, 2 Oil Reaters. Mirrors, Outdoor Grill, Cream Separator, Milk Crock% Pictures, Dishes, and Other Articles Too Numerous To Mention. Completes Training in Army Intelligence PVT. DONALD L. BALLENGER Private Donald L. Ballenger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ball- edger, West Washington sweet, Charles Town, has just completed 13 weeks of schooling at the U. S. Army's Inteligence School at Fort Holabird, Md. He was graduated m appropriate exercises held July 19, and since then he has been sent to Fort Bragg, N. C., for f~rther .training. Donald, is a graduate of Cha- rles Town High School where he was outstanding in most phases of the school's athletic program, including football and basketball. ++ +~'-- .--2H~ Citizens Fire Company, Inc. Charles Town, W. Va. July 22, 1966 Mr. Max Brown SpirR of Jefferson-Advocate Charles Town, West Virginia Dear Mr. Brown, uro to work n c mi am;LvI oa h evening, e. cop ga. {rda.v, nt at g p, m. l PIRIT OF 3EFFER ON ADVOCA E where the people are as apprecia- ~ 7:30 to 9:00 p. m. Rev. and Mrs. Circle No. 3, Chairman Mrs. ,T. I THURSDAY, JUI,Y 2g, 1966 A---2 live as our Jefferson Counly j Itoward have traveled exlensively W Carroll, will meet with Mrs. people are. in the East(rn United Stales and D,~vid Merchant, 918 S. Samuel Canada in speaking engagements. St., for a family covered dish pit.- gifts. A very enjoyable lime was an(1 EvangcqistJc services Sunday Each evening the tloward,~ will be presenting visualized Bible lessons, choruses, games, eontesL~ and prizes. The services will be especially planned for children and youth. The Rev. Reed, 1he pastor, invites everyone to attend these services. "The Initiation Of Christ" Will Be Sermon For Methodists ew:n, ing a,t 7:30 p+ m. Bible study will be Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. and the Young People's Service will be held Thursday at 7:30 p. m. CONCENTRATED LIQUID DRAIN OPENER-CLEANER had by all. We do strive lo have the kind of fire department that the pub- lie can be proud of. Our men train diligen,tly and we have some of the finest equipment available. Once again, our hearty thanks to you and your paper and please accept our invitation to visit with us at anytime. Sincerely yours, Roger R. Ramey, President Special Youth Services Calvary Assembly Of GOd Church Aug. 1-14 The Rev. William P. Reed. pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God Church, located on Fairfax Blvd. and Fifth Ave. in Ransom ann- ounces the following ~rviees. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship at 11:00. Sunday Evening Evangelistic Service at 7:30. The Harvestime Gospel Team, Rev and Mrs. Irving B. ttoward of Mr. Morris, Pa. will be the Youth Evangelists beginning Aug ust 1 thru August 14. There will be a Youth Crusade conducted Play Acne's New Sunday July 31, The,,Rev. Mr. Lee Williams will use The Imi- tation Of Christ" for his sermon topic at Asbury Methodist Church corner of N. Charles and North Streets. Two services are held. 8:15 and 11 a. m. A Nursery for pre-school children is available for both services. Church invites you to come and worship. CIRCLES"" MEET TUESDAY Circle No. 1, Chairman Mrs. Graver Goode. will meet with the Chai~'man, 620 S. Samuel St., at 2p.m. nic at 6:30 p. m, Circle No. 4, Chairman Mrs. Thoma.~ Welt'ord, will meet with Mrs. Cahinh,; Nicodemus, Berry- ville Pike, at 8 p. m. Circle No. 5, Chairman Mrs. Al,len Marshall. will meet wilt] .the Chairman, Old Cave Road. al gp m, Bible Study Group ,leader Mr. Williams, meets on Wednesday at 8p. m. Sr. Choir rehearsal, Wedne.~lay at 8 p. m. Evelyn Virginia Hall Given Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Frankie IIall gave a birthday Party at their home in honor of their daughter Evelyn Virginias twelfth birthday. Those present were: Charlotte and Kenny Thomas, Patrieia and Vicky Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Arth- ur Dailey and Mr. and Mrs. Frank ie Hall. l Those sending gifts that could- n't attend were Terry Lynn Hall. Mrs. Hall served cake, ice Circle No. 2. Chairman Mrs. [cream, mints, nuts, potato chips Henry Hine, will meet with Mrs.] and kool aid. Donald Kable Middleway Pike, Miss Hall received many lovely WIN '1000oo _ASP _~_ N__ ._.=. -: '_LOQ Joseph Cloud Achieves Straight "A" Average At West Virginia U WINS $1000o Mrs. Janet M. Kramer MR. BILLY J. LOPP The list of students achieving a 4.0 Cstra,ight A) averave at West Virginia Univermty during the second semester of 1965-66 has been released and included a Dang the 115 students on this special honor Hst is Joseph Geo- rge Cloud of Charles Town, a stu- dent in Agriculture at the Univer sity. Young Cloud has a cumulat- ive point average of 3.4 for 149 hours of work at the University. T Services Announced For Halltown Church Of God Following is the schedule of services for the Halltown Church of God as announced Wednesday by the Rev. ttarold Snyder. pastor Sunday Scho()l will be held at 10 a. m.; Morning Worship hi 11 *EATS HAIR * EATS FAr VALLEY HARDWARE C0. 121 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-5113 YAT2d--" ACME DAIRYLAND OF VALUES! INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED ;E SLICES 35 55 ""* C "-"++,. C +,. g7 Cheese ..... .79' ICEAFT NAIUEAt SLICED SWiss Cheese...,.,m,+,... ~blEF*S DELIGHT Loaf Cheese 59' ~|AMY ~OOT H GLENSlDIE IDIAL Ice Cream:r69' r79' YOUR CHOICE! .. 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