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I women, and children; J'ames E. They wi!l be guests of Mr. Cop- by a daughter, Mrs, Charles I Anne Marie Kirkpatrick, daugh- I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS [ Brand, Superintendent. Monday ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip mocker, of New York; also byl ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. I THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 I through Friday at 9:00 a. m. Vaca Copley. four grandchildren and a sister, Kirknatrick Leeds Elkton Md I ~ l tion Church School at the church Mr. David Woodward, of Rich- Mrs. Juliet Hine, of Moundsville;I and tile pat-ernal grandparents are I ] and parsonage. Church Council mond, Va., and Mrs. Charles and nieces and nephews, The de- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davidson, |meets Tuesday at 8:00 p. m. at Adams .and son Chuckle spent ceasedreceived her early educa'[ Elm Street' B°livar" This is theirl"n0n~'|----l-urA- M~li~ul~ the parsonage. Choir rehearsal at Wedne~ay in Winchester, Va. tion in the West Virginia schools. ] first grandchild. [7:30 p. m. on Thursday. Newcome.They were guests of Mrs. Bertha The.~ body..was .br°ught_t° Harpers [I DeathLeshe°f AnneSmall Rowland,Child born on~l • "'A $pedfic Prayer" ]Lutheran Vacation Announce Birth of Son Ferry whereburml was o0o n 'ersf,nal & , ;0cl ~.arper .~emetery,` wnere grave- ~ Nov" 20, 1959, died July 18, 1966. C~0[ Wilt • The Reverend and Mrs. Frank sine services were nela Wade announce the bir.th of a son ....... :2 - [ Daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl| ~mft ~gt a~u ~vtrs ~arl ~'ree- " " ." • . . Rowland, of Landover, Md The WI Be Sermn For Church S on Monday, July 18, in the Win- ma Hand httle daughter Vsck, of/ ...... " . I [~n Monday M0rn]ng f chester Jol~n s Memorial Hospital. Rev. ~',rt ~.,~i~. V~. r~t, rnea home|aea'm was suo~en a.naana ~rsUnexpec~" i~.rea ~~~ .... -.-~- ...... - .... .- " - -" ed The father of ,the little g4rl Mr Wade is the rector of St. on Fmday af`ter spending a few [... ......... ] Lu~r~ns" S~ndasu Episcopa~ Church. This is is me son ot lvir days wlth the,r curt and uncle,] Fo la .... " ~" • lil F 0 R Y O U R Rev. and Mrs. Wade s first child. Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder. They[ w na of Jack:son ~zreet, ~o -] 'A Specific Prayer,' will be[ The Vaca4ion Church School of Miss Dianune Breeden re- also visRed other relatives. Staff [v~r. The mother is the daughter] REA[}Y " bflX £0HCRff[ theserm°nsubjectZundaym°rn]St'Th°masEvangelicalLutheranturned~°herh°me°nFriday Cgt.al Freeman hadi to r po ti [ Brunswick," Md Funeral servicesl afte ra two-weeks' vacation with W ter Reed Heap tal for a med- ing, July 31, .at the 8:30 Matins[ Church will begin at 9:00 a. m. on e rt o of Bernard Roudabousch, of and 11 a. m. Worship services at | August 1 and continue for two her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. cal examination on Thursday. Mr. [ were neta on July zt at ut. Jonn s | Metal Doors - Metal Frames And St. Thomas Lutheran Church in|weeks. This year's theme ~s and Mrs. William Whetzel, of Snyder has been qu,ite ill but is|Episcopal Church, Harpers Ferry.] Re-EnforcingSteel Products for Cone Ranson, ~t was announced Mort-| Jesus and the Church". The GaRhersburg, Md. showing some improvement now. | Rev. Temple G. W. Wheeler offi-I day by the Roy. Ricttard Neal,|missionary emphasis is on Japan. Mrs. Julian Breeden has re- He would like" to thank all his|' elated:. .... Burial in Fairview Ceme- pastor. Nursery held during wor-| Classes will be held for three, turned ,to her home after being a many friends for their nice cards,] tory, t~onvar. BBrother ~ruce I CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR ship for pre-school children. Sun-~ four, and five year olds, first patient in the Charles Town Gen- day ChurchSchoc~l classes at 9:45 through sixth graders, 'and young eral Hospital where she is recu- many acts of ' kindness and [ also a small survwor. ] VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA. prayers during his illness.| Qui'ce a number of elderly folks] a. m. for ,adul:ts, young men ~md people. Pupils in the Nursery perating after undergoing treat- Mx and Mrs Brent E David-| are ill, and have been very much] THORN LUMBER COMPANY through ,the Second Grade will merit for a week. son, Ylaple G~)ve, Elkton, Md ,[ indi, sposed in Bolivar. Some are " meet in the church basemen¢; Mrs. Hil.da Boyd and daughter Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town /l=T f~t || D other olasses will meet at the Jane and Mrs. Elsie Fogle of Win. are proud parents of a daughter,| recuperating satisfactorily, while| • -,-~ vv,~ parsonage, chester, Va., and Mrs. Charles Lori Ann, "born July 22, at l:59|others are not. The weather is[ Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 "~WATCHDOG" -- _---_= - ~ _ : ~= _ _ Adams spent Tuesday in Seven p.m.. The mother is the formerlvery hot and dry. I OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR", HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIO OELIYEflI|S OF KABLE OIL CO., ,TC. I ISTRIBU'I R TAKIH6 NO CHANCES This "careful" person may avoid sunburn but there's no guarantee that some- thing else won't happen to him . . . or to you! Summer activities in. crease the risk of accident and injury. To avoid get- ting "burned' financially, see us about ~Etna Life & Casualty's Accident St Sickness policy. H. S. CLOPPER, YR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Mrs. Austin Nieodemus Mr. Herman Copley, of Balti- more, Md., ,and Mr. Lewis Carroll motored to War!fold, Ky., last week to spend their vacation. No other monument can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages" Monument available only from your Rock of Ages Authorized Dealer. Martinsburg Granite Works 109 West John St. Martinsburg, W. Vs. Telephone . 267-6141 FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner Insurance, and Real Estate You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharm ist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experience, to follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS STIYCK & AIDER PHARMACISTS Dial 725.2621 -- C Towa, W. Vs. Corners shopping. Miss Martha Adams returned to her home on Friday after va- cation at the home o£ her cousin Miss Mary Helen Magaha of Walkersville, Md. Mps. Charles Adams motored to Richmond on Wednesday and on returning home she was accompa- nied by Mr. David Woodard of Richmond. He was the house gueest of Mr. a~d Mrs. Charles Adams for a few days. Mrs. Herman Copley and daughter Cheryl of Baltimore, Md., is on vacation this week with her mother, Mrs. Lew~s Carroll. Mr. David Woodard of Rich- mortal, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were at Shenan- doah Club on Friw~l night to square dance. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., entertained Sunday at their home, "Silver Springs," in honor of their daughter and son- indaw, Mr. ,and Mrs. Glenn Hay- ward Hetzell of Morgantown. Their second wedding anniver- sary was celebrated ~ with a din- ner. Those present for the occa- sion were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzell and Mr .and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, III, and Sunday afternoon guests at the Smiths' home were Mrs. Woodard Baker, Miss Jacquelyn SmRh, of Win- chester, Va., Mrs. G. Coyer of New Jersey, Mrs. Henry Carter Dean and son Henry, Jr., of Tex- as. Miss Katherine Page and Miss Virginia Page of Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Maga,ha and two children, Rickey and Darlene, of Frederick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Newton M. Magaha and two children, Sue and M~ry Hel- en of Malkersville, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Bartha and Chuckle, spent Saturday at Cacapon State Park. Mr. a~d Mrs. Elwood Breeden and four children Dianne, Judy, Elwood, Jr., and Terry and Mrs. Motly H.i~iard were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julia Breeden. Mr. David Woodard of Rich- mond, Va., was a dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams on Friday. Mrs. Herman Cooley and daughter, Cheryl, of Baltimore, Md., M,iss Pebble Griffith, Mrs. Lewis Carroll and Richard Vin- cen~ spent SaCurday n.igttt at Fort Drive. Elizabeth R. Smith returned from Camp Frame near Hedges- viile where she was among Blue ttidge Live Wire 4-H members. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams had .as their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and three children Deb- bie, Franklin and David for din- ner 9n Sunday ~e occasmn be- ingWoodrow's birthday. Mr. and Mrs: Jimmy Harrell anal two sons Jimmy and Ray- mortal, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cerawalo and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo were Sun- day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd of Middle- way. Mr. and Mrs. W~odrow Adams had as their house guest on Tetmday Mr. D~tvid Woodward of Richmond, Va. Mr. Woodard was house guest of Mr. and l~s, Charles Adams on Friday find Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Nicodemus and daughCer Lesa Kaye returned on Saturday from a weeks' vaca- tflon from the latter's parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tawes of Crisfieid, Md. Mrs. N~codemus' sister, Barbara Tawes returned home wRh Mr. and Mrs. Nicodemus to spend a few waaks. Frith Reunion To Be Held Sunday The th'ird a~nual Frii¢s reunion will be held Sunday, July 31, ~t the Bardane Communt,ty Center, fl v:as announced Monday. A pic- nic ,lunch will be s~rved at 12:30 and this will be followed by a short business meeting at which officers .of the Reurflon group will be ~amed. Be Wise -- k!verflse tempt to do so. For short-range results ~Because I said so!" may Roy. Althouse be adequate, but for long-range results it is best that we take cognizence ot the need to "reason why." Too often we have attempted to teach values and morals without help- ing the learner to understand 1he purpose behind them. Thus today it is no longer enough to say to many people "The Ten Com- mandments say .... " For them the Ten Commandments as well as all other religious laws and values are simply arbitrary re- quirements which some p e o p le impose upon others. PURPOSE BEHIND LAW The Ten Commandments are not outmoded but perhaps our careless way of teaching them is very inadequate for our contem- porary world. We can no longer ~intimidate people with "it's in the Bible" or "Moses said... " We can, however, help them to better appreciate the God whose every command is given for the welfare of men. We have said,for ex- ample, that God commands us to '*have no other gods" before him because the inner "civU war" of divided loyalties is harmful to us as well as insulting to God. We have said that the worship of graven images is wrong because it handicaps man with a vest, pocket size God. The command- merits are not arbitrary whims of a capricious God, b~t concrete evidences of his plan for man's welfare and happiness. This is no less true of the Fourth Commandment: "Remem- ber the sabbath day. to keen it holy.., in it you shall not do any work." Many people regard this as, an annoying regulation ithat interferes with their own L plans. Yet, Jesus provides the key [when he says: "The sabbath was made for man, not man for the sabbath." (Mark 2:27 RVS) ~his observance, which to some is but the arbitrary requirement of a task-master God, is really his provision for the enrichment of his children. A DAY APART ~To keep it holy," meaning fo set it apart for special observance and treatment. The sabbath day is not to be like all other days. Even more specifically: in it you shall not do any work. The rhythm of work-and-rest, work- and-rest is part of the inherent tempo of the universe and the commandment purposes to bring men into step with that tempo for the sake of their own renewal and well-being. Left to his own sense of timing, man has a way of making life into a ceaseless treadmill. The sabbath change of pace is not merely desirable but essential ff man is to function with the full capacities with which he is created. There is another "reason why" work is forbidden on thesabbath. It is a simple matter ?or men to become wholly engrossed inwork and the pursuit of material gain. There are -some families in which it is financially necessary for husbands to hold down two or even three jobs or for both hus- @ @ @ NOW it'S ~us~ an antique, a relic of a bygone era. Formerly it served a practical purpose~ a Sl~c|al need. Today, Grandfather's horseless carriage is completely outmoded. Some philosophies are also out of date. New ideas grip our minds and challenge the intellecL We would not want a "horse and buggy" philosophy in this modern world of growth and change. Some things do not change, for they are eternal. For example, man's soul and his need of God. :No modern invention can ever make God and the Church obsolete. Society is different today than i~ was in Grandfather's day, but man's spiritual needs are tl~e same. Discover the value of the timeless in the midst of time. Worship God in your church tl~ week and find the eternal truth which spans the ages. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fridoy Saturddy Deuteronomy Psalms Isaiah h4otthew Matthew Luke I Timothy 33:24-29 9:3-10 51:4-8 25:31-40 25:41-46 10:25-37 1:12-1-7 band and wife to ,~ork. ~[ I have often observed thai ifi manyTHESE FIRMS INVITE SOUTHERN STATES Charlm Town COol rativ , M J. C. PENNEY CO. "ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" Charles Town, W. Vs. cases it is not necessity but greed that lies at the bottom of it all. The sabbath is a weekly re. minder to us that life is more than b~:ead .... or cake.' Finally, the sabbath represen~ God's rec0gnition of man s ~re~t- eat need: himself! Althoug'~h We. can commune with him daily in the midst of our toil, there is also a weekly need to give him our undivided att~ntion. To at~ow him opportunity fora time-¢xl~tst~-e, to reach into corners and crev~ ices of our lives to renew us and refresh us and thetrs~nd,us back to our work, that is th~ J. RUSS] LL rrl , INC. purpose behind the Fourth Com: PHIL " DEALER Tows, W. VL Phone 72, 11 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER M¢CLURE 1~ WILLINGHAM, Owner l' one 7' 9904 Charle 'Iowa, W. Va mandment. [lks~l on eufllnts c~pyr|~M~d by t~e O~vh~n cJ Chrlsifian Education. Naf;onal Ceu~cil d Ib# '~ommu~ty Prdss Se~kt:) • SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial • Clmrles Tows, W. Ya. ,, .J . , i , i , KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone ~-2~10 Charles Town, W. V~. Mrs. G. E. Webb - -~:_ ~ :: ~" --! _ : : , Death of Former Bolivar Resident Edna Orame Elkin$ died at her l or e in Washington, C., on July 17. She was the .widow of the late Leonard Elkin~s, who~ died in Novembcr, 1962, The de- ceased was a daughter o~ ;the ~te Frances "and J ines OV0,.r e • of B -er. Mrs. E1kins is survi - 1 Copyright 1~, Keist~ AdvertMng Service, Inc., 8~Mbm'g, Va. YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SH RWIN.WILLIAMS PAINT8 Phone 725-2245 ~harles Town, W. Va. HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD CO. ilAI2LTOWN, W. VA. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON. W. VA. PHONE - 725-7072 -- 725-7071 , ,t ,, The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Clmrle~ Town, W. Vs. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME 81tepherdatewn Phone 876. 1 H. S. CLOPPER, YR. *INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill-Dale Shopping Center Phom~ 7'$5-7081 Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON MACHINE l~hone 725-$621 ~m~en, W. J. EDWARD MAGAHA EL ICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER Geeege St, . Phone WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE ~. E. 8ENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. Ya. LEOOETI DEPT. STORI HOME of BETTER CI.mrles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORI RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martin burg, W. Va.. Leesbur Shepherdstown, W. Va.