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.J [ Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur tt~rding [a..nd son Johnnie were visitors THE WEATHER AND OTHER ]Sunday wi,~h friends in Lovetts- { vii le, Vs. ] Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk ann |daughter IAnda of RockvJlle, Md. !spent the weekend with ~he for- By Mrs. Georgia Pearl mere father Mr. C. N. Hawk and .si~ter Mrs. Nettle Staubs. Miss Be.tLy Lou Grove has re- Some Sort ot Wtather d~y morn,lng not qui,te so hot and turned home ,after spending her EaC~l ahd every week ~here ~:s a l~i~tle sprinkle of rain in evening. ' vats,Lion wi.th her uncle and faro- always some sort of weather ~and Vhe Past week ,tins been raVher avarm. One week ,ago ~this morning t, he early part of ~he day was ,very close and h lmid,1 and i~ ~the afternoon a heavy thunder, ,H~ht- mug and va,in storm. I just hap- (pened to be in Charles Town dur- ing Vhis stor~n. I don% ~be~ieve I ever saw rain come down any fa.~t or; Vhe streets looked as thoug~ .there was a flood and i~ lasted ~or several minutes. At my home ,we also had a fine rain at ,the same ~me which was badly needed. Friday morning showers, clearing~lY Mr. and "Mrs. Carl Hawk of bttt still plenty warm. Saturday 'Rockville, "Md. morning, clo~dy and a~ppearance[ Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper of rain ,but no rain clouds dis~tp- were Sunday evening gues~ wi,th pearing sunshine and another hot .their daughter and family ,Mr. day and in lathe evenl,.~g very close ~ and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Sunday morning anot'her very sul; Mrs. Annie Wilt, Mrs. Rosebud try and close morning, con,tinued Dan4els, Miss Arbutus and An- very hot ffnrough out al~l t,he day .tionnette Wibt a,btended a Jewelry and a very warm nlgl~; no air fashion show at t,he home of Mrs. stimqng. ~onday mor,.qing 8 a. m. Betty Ring Tuesday night. and hot. We may h,ave a very l .Mr. 3,.-ad Mrs. Paul Will o Char hot day. Be careful stay out of lea Town were v~sitors Thursday hot sun. Hope to visit with you with he formers parents ,Mr. and aga2n nex,t week. Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Tuesday mottling sunshine warm, iMr. and Mrs. George Talton and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickles 90 degrees. Wednesday morning family were visitors recently with and daughter Norms Jean of very close and humid ~tll dry and ~;he formers paren,~s Mr and tMrs Charles Town were visitors Satur- a wee shower in evening. Thurs- Clayton Talton of Hamilton Va.' day evening w~h ~he Salters par- " ............................. ----- ents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt " ' and d,aug~h~ter An,tionnette and Ar , butus. PhRT TIHF FARHFI~ i Mr. Howard W~l,t ~avea ~elping on.== .... ,~ Ih~nd to Mr. Charles Garrett in ] laying block for ~Mr. Garrebts per- Land Bank Loans now available on small part-time ch. More liberal amounts lendable to Dwners with and'MrrsmL efffrLY wWa farms. outside income, on units with high residential appeal, i'n"~'n"i:)'~'C"'S~-'tur~'d\a"~gto ~ . . y and-att"e'nd For details-- ed ~the Chestnu~t Hill picnic. Hap- !,py to have these folks width us. ~ "~,r~IT, T') ~AD~t~ ~r#L-~l-~Trl~ I~/IA'NT,, t'Mrs, toy who w~s t'he .former :/3'JP-~P.J IUUR ]P2-~khl~l ~hr_~Yll lVl2-ki~ !Nova Garrebt has been in very JULIAN A EVERLY WILLIAM W. HAMMOND h al hsfOrb noV SabkUt leadr p y ' , Winchester, Vs. Shepherdstown 4441 and enjoyed her dinner. She is t gradually impro~i.ng. So ,best wish Phone MOhawk 2-5751 or es Nova for good healbh. (Home Office) Martinsburg, W. Ca. .Mr. and Mrs. Dale Higgs of Bal 45 East Boscawen St. Phome AMherst 7-8011 Itimore, Md. were v~sitors Sunday ~evening wit,h the formers cousin ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wll.t and son Duane. Mr .and ~VIrs. Elmer Jackson and family of Baltimore, ,Md. were weekend guests with ~the ~ormers ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles I will sell the FoLlowing Personal Property at my home, located 2-miles East of Bunker Hill, W. Vs., on the Old Bunker Hill and Middleway Road, at the rear of the John Bratt Farm, Berkeley County (Follow Signs), on SATURDAY, Mr. Charles ~arret.t assisted VIr. Howard Wilt in pouri~,g con- crete for a porch wt Shannondale where "Mr. Wi],t has the contract to build a home. Mr. G. C. Pearl has been adding the finishing touch to his home and the cettag~es with a new dress up of paint it gives the buildings AUGUST I, 1959 a new look. * Mrs. Georgia S aubs, "Mrs. Lil- BEGINNING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON (D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS RENOWN RANGE, NORGE ELECTRIC RANGE, FRIG- IDAIRE REFRIGERATOR, GAS WATER HEATER, Reed Living Room Suite, Studio Couch, 4 Metal Utility Cabinets, Kenmore Washer, Kenmore Vac. Cleaner, Maple Bed with Springs and Mattress; Mahogany Chest of Drawers. Chest Desk, 3 Tables, Stand, Ice Box, Vanity, Wardrobe, Book Case and Desk Combination; 2 Office Chairs, 2 Child's Desks, Baby Bed, High Clmir, Play Pen, Toys, Wood Stove, Lawn Chadrs, Benches, 3 Galvaxdzed Tubs, Clock Radio, Window Screens, Kerosene and Wall Laanps; Clothes I~mper, Ice Cream Freezer, Metal Chairs, Window Awnings, Kraut Cutter, 2 Floor Lamps, Flower Boxes, ]?lower Trellis, Blankets, 2 Coffee M]ils, Crocks, 5-(Aal. ~to~ Ju4g~f::Cro4~uet Set, Dishes. MISCELLANEOUS: DAVID BRADLEY GARDEN TRACTOR WITH CULTI- VATOR, MOWER and SAW; CRAFTSMAN 18-in. POWER LAWN MOWER, MAYRATH TRACTOR SPRAYER, Steel Drums, Wooden Barrels, 2 Butchering Pots, Garden Plow. New Bathroom Lavatory, Mounted Deer Head, Camping Cot, Canoe Paddles, Boat Oaxs, 5 Chicken Coops, Fishing Tackle, Cut-Off Saw, Chicken Feeders, Battery Fence Charger, 4 Strawberry Crates az~d Fillers; Steel Cables, Log Chains, New Pipe Fittings, Grindstone, 2 Gr~bs, Wedges, Forks, Saws, Picks, and Articles too numerous to mention. APPROX. 200 FEET SEASONED WALNUT LUMBER and 2 CORDS OF SAWED .WOOD. TER~IS:--42ASH. Nothing to be removed m~til settled for. LEWIS R. VIRTS PHONE CA. 9-3244 W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. July 23 - 2t. OF PERSONA'L PROPERTY CONDUCTED BY NULL AND NULL, Auctioneers lian Garrote a,ud Mrs. Edith Oar- rett were viistors Wednesday ~v- cuing witch their aun.t Mrs. Geo- rgia Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jackson from Amarillo, Texas w~ho are via iting ,t'he formers parents ~Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson were visitors wlbh relwtives in Baltimore, "Md. over .the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen have retur;aed to their ,home in Falls ChurCh, Va: ~fter spending the weekend at Choir ranch 1Tome at the Blue Ridge Mountains and remora, be, red their friends and nei ghbors Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl with a shin% visit before rturning home. Mr. and "Mrs. WiBlam S~tanlav of Round Hill, Va. Were visitors Saturday eveni,ug with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Lee and daughter Cindy Lou of Murrell Hill were Saturday night guests wi.th the formers par- ents "Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daug.hters Antionnette and Ar bu~us. Sunday School Picnic The Chestnut Hill Sunday School picnic which is held every year wa,~ very well attended Sat- urday, J~ly 25. Some new faces and some of the regular attend- once were missing. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tretts of Charles Tow,n were absent and as well as I can remember t'hey have always been with us. They were grea,tly missed. So many of our very dear friends and relatives ~ome of Which have passed away or moved far away are wi,bh us no more and are very much missed by ai,l of us when at tending this picnic such wonderful precious memories c~me to usdur ing these years it has been a grea~ .pleasure :to me meeting with folks who were stra,ngers but later be- came very close friends at this picnic. There were new ,faces. They were Mrs. Eleanor Warner and t'Mrs. Dewalt ~nd son of Union Bridge, "Md. and~,~Mr. Johnnie "Mc- Donald and sister of Martinsburg, W, Vs. and "Mrs. Estelle Bren,~an of Baltimore, Md. and :those Srom a distance "Mr. and Mrs. George Helm:an arid Mr. and "Mrs: Carl Hawk of Rockville, "Md., ~vIr. and ~Mrs. Le~vis ~Marino and Mrs. Ida Hardy of Ma~tinsburg at the twel ve noon the long table under ~he shady oak :trees in the grove was ~aeavity ladened with that su.m~)- tous appetizl:~g ~food;. soon~ every one he']ping .themselves d~d Justice SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1959" :to the picnic dinner fried chicken and ham wins ,the heading Of the BEGINNING AT II:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D. S.T.) menu all :sort, s of salads and vege- Having sold farm and moving therefrom, I the undersigned will offer for s~ie on premises known as "The Melwood Farm," located midway between Laytonsville and Olney off Route 108 on Mt. Zion Road in Montgomery County, Maryland, on THE FOLLOWING TO-WIT: 3---RIDING HORSES---3 One Mare and 2 Geldings, solid colors. Safe for an. woman or child to ride. My granddaughter will show them on sale day. English Saddle, Western Saddle, 2 bridles and halters, and miscellaneous tack. EQUIPMENT:--Ford Tractor, Ford cnltivators, Ford 2 bot- tom 12-inch ~ng ifl0w, Ford disc harrow, Ford mower, tractor springtooth h~rrow, Dearborn fertilizer and seed sower, Long hay and straw b~ler, Long side de|ivory rake, Ford Truck and racks: Dearborn low down wagon on rubber, flat bed; 2 power htwn mowers, electric 4-can milk box, air compressor, large o~1 tank, wheelbarrow on rubber; lot of used Lumber, several metal filing cabinets and bins; wooden tool "cabinet, 10 hog fe~ders. CHICKEN EQUIPMENT:---Consisting of batteries, brooders, metal feeders, 24 metal trap hens nest; fountains, and mis- cellaneous farm equipment. FEEDS AND GRAIN:--100 Bushels of Barley more or less; Several Tons of Baled Hay and Straw, Several Domestic Geese. HOUSEHOLD EQUIPM'MENT::--Consisting of lawn furni- ture, flat top typeivriter desk and chair. Many miscellaneous ,ta,bies and just everything to sat- isfy a hungry appetite and wfter all had did ~aelr share of e~tihg there was plenCy of food lef,t. I believe every one enjoyed the e,.~- ~ire stay. I think this is a ,great place ,to meet old ~friends. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt and little scan Duane 'were visitors Sun day with the la~ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,Marshall of ~Ov- ettsville, Va. Luncheon Guests ~Mr. and ~VIrs. Howard A/nbrose from Engle were luncheon gues~ts Sunday evening wit,s Mr. and "Mrs. G. C. Pearl a,t ~heir home, ,Mrs. Ambrose and Mr~s. Pearl are both correspondents of t.hwt fine paper The Spirit Of Jeffer,~o~. Mrs. Am- brose for Engle and 'Mrs. Pearl Chestnut Hill fl:e two .ladies be- came acquainted abou.t eight years ago when the correspondents were having ~heir photo ~taken for .the paper and have *been very ,close friends since that time. "Mrs. Laverfl Talton was a visi- tor Friday width ~Mr. and "Mrs. Clay ton Talton of Hamiito,n, Va., Mr. Talton is in Washington Ho,~pital for surgery and Mrs. Talton was a surgical ,pan,lent in Loudoun ~Ios pJ.tal, Lee.~b,arg, Vs. and is home now and imorov4ng very satisfac- ,torly. Best wL~)hes ~o both Mr. ,and ,Mt:s. Talton for be~ter hea'Ith. "Mrs. Lizzie Longerbeam ~v~ho has bee;3 in failing health ~or quite a long time is not so well a,t t'his writing. Very ,best wishes aunt IAz ior bet,ter la alta articles not mentioned. TERMS OF SALE:--CASH with Clerk on Sale Day and no property removed until paid for. Lunch and Refreshments Served on Premises. J. M. SANDERS, Owner MT. ZION ,ROAD, NEAR OLNEY AND LAYTONSVILLE, MD, NULl, & NUI, L, Auctioneers. Frederick, Md. JERRY T. WILLIAMS, Clerk. July 30 - it. Interrm:tomd Unt|ovm Sunday Schoa Le~ont Bible Material: ffob 1; 19; 28; 38; 42. Devotional Beading: James 1:2-12. aith gust 2, I959 THE CHAPTERS forming the "Bible Material" for this week are inadequate, and the few verses chosen for printing in most Sun- day school quarterlies or leaflets are pitifully inadequate, to give the reader an impression of the book of Job such as that tremen-~::~ dous book de- serves. This col- umn therefore ~~ will be devoted this week to giv- ing briefly the ~~ background of ~~i!t~ Job and to on-li:~ :~ couraging the ~mm~..- :~mm reader to explore Dr. Foreman the great book itself. An "All Men's Book" One of the great writers and thinkers of the 19th century called Job an "all men's book." Just a year or so ago a distinguished American writer produced a play, "J. B.," based directly on the book of Job. This book speaks to people who never read any other book of the Bible. Most of the Old Testa- ment is distinctly Jewish (not that this is a mark against it) ; but the book of Job is not Jewish. There is in it no mention of the promised land, or of the peop~ made famous in Hebrew history. There is no reference to the temple nor to its sacrifices, no quotation from any prophet. In fact Job is not repre- sented as even being a Hebrew himself. He is one of the "children of the East,"--in Jewish eyes a foreigner. There is npthing to at- tach the book to any particular place or time. For the problem dealt ~dth here--and it is indeed a problem play in a profound sense --is your problem and mine and everybody's. " Prologue in Heaven The theme and the problem is suffering, revery human being either suffers personally or has to watch the suffering of those he loves. But this is more of a puzzle to religious persons. The non-re- ligious person can shrug it off, de- cide to grin and bear it, and say, "Well, what can you expect ? We ~re caught in this vast universe like a fly in a printing-press, no wonder we get crushed. No me,- chine cares for what it mashes." But the religious Person believes in a God who is all-powerful, all- wise, all-merciful. All creatures are in his hand, the whole world is in his hand as the song says. So then why doesn't he prevent suffering, if he can? This is the problem; but it is not discussed as a professor or theolo- gian might discuss it, in an essay. It is put into the form of a dra- matic poem. It begins with a prologue in heaven. God's sons have come to see him, and among them is Satan. God asks Satan where he has been, and Satan says on the earth. God asks him if he has seen that good man, God's servant Job, "a blame- less and upright man." Satan says yes, but he doesn't think much of Job. God pays Job well for being good; who wouldn't be "good" for the prosperity and happiness which Satan has no faith in Job; but God has. God lets Satan bring ca- lamity after calamity on Job's head, quite sure that Job will hold true. And Job does hold true. His faith stands the test. But mean- while there is a tremendous and agonizing wrestling with the prob- lem. Job has three friends who come to "comfort" him but all they do is debate. They believe that all suffering is caused by sin, and therefore all Job has to do is re- pent and his troubles will vanish. He knows that his sins have not brought on these troubles, so how can he repent ? So begins the great debate. This is not a book for chil* dren, it is for grown people who have wrestled with pain, grief and bitterness. The reader should try to read Job for himself, and see how it comes Out. One striking fact: The question, Why do good men suffer? is never really an- swered in the book; it is unique in the Bible in raising a great question it does not answer. But two great truths stand out: God's faith in his servants~ and God's servant's faith in God. Philadelphia Preacher To ,Be Guest Speaker At ,Mannings Revival REV. FRANK SHARP A series of revival services be- ginni,.~g Aug. 4 will 'be ,held at t'he !Mannings Assembly of God Chur- ich near :Mannings i,t was announ- ced Vhis 'week 'by ,Vhe Rev. A. W. Bea'hm, pastor. And ,t,he Reverend Frank Sharp of Philadel,phia, Pa. will be ~he guest~,t preacher. He will I be accompanied here by WIrs. Sharp. The Rev. ~fr. S'harp, a ~talen.tedI SPIRIT OF musicia.-~ and able gospel preacher [ 4--- B will be mimstering eac2~ niwht ex- cept Monday $or Cwo weeks. Mr. I Sharp plays a dumber of ~nusical' instru, men,ts, including a ~nusi,cal sa,w. he public is invited ,to come and enjoy these services and t'he special music. Communion Meditation Lutheran Church Sunday The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- ,for of St. Thomas Lut~heran Chur oh, l~anson announces the follow- ing schedule of services for Sun- day, August 2 which will include administration of Holy Commun- ion at the 11 a. m. service. The Service at 8:30 a. m. and 11:00 a. m. with communion meditation ,and t)he ~d~mi,nistra,tion of the Holy Communion. Nursery held during worship. Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m.; Robert Stone Superintendent. Wednesday, Ev- angelism committee and lay visi- tors meet at ~;he :parsonage at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Father John C. Ryan Has Been Here 10 Years Father John C. Ryan, rector of Ca~tholic Parishes in Jefferson County is this year i,n his eleventh year of serving as head of the ,three Catholic Churches in the county. Tuesday marked the ecru- pletion of his ten,th year. j* JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, JULY 30, FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA July 27. August 1, HOURS :-Monday Thru Friday 8 A. M. - 4:30 P. Saturday 8 A. M. - 11:45 A. FOR DRAPERIES:--- Ondulle Satin, Ondulle with Dacron, Acetates, Acetate and Lurex in Plains, Antique Satin. FOR CURTAINS:--- Dacron and Cupioni Acetate and Silk FOR WEARING APPAREL:--- Dacron and Cottons, Silk and Sheer Printed. Nylons, Fluxed N Printed Silk and Cupioni, Silk Br( , (Plain); Silk Broadcloths (Dots ana Stripes) ; Acetate and Silk(Polka Printed Taffetas; Silk and Cotton Cravenette; Acetate SaNns; Polished' Cottons A Wonderful Opportunity to have New for Your Home or to get Those Drapes your boy or girl's room in college. THE DATE: JULY 27 - AUGUST 1, 1 THF CHURCH FOR ALL . . . ALL FOR THF CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. h is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (I) 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 regularly and read your Bible daily. Book Chapter Verses Exodus 20 8-11 Psalms 24 1-5 I Thessalonians 4 1-6 ! Corinthians 7 20-24 Isaiah 43 5-I0 Ephesian~ 4 1-6 John . 1'O 14-18 Copyri$h, 1959, Kez~ter Adv. ~e~vi?.$. St,~bur$. V~ GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING PHONES 41-M - 621-M Charles Town, W. V1CKERS & ASHCRAFT THE MODERN WORLD LESSON. RRIGION FOR NEXT WEEK. ANOTHER (Baked on ontllne$ copyrighted by the Division of Christian Edlleatlon~ National Council of the Churches o| Christ in tile U. S. A. Released by Commnkity lhress ServiceA JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Va~ J. EMERY KABEE ESSO IHSTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Charles Town, We Vm. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Vs. J. L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME J. DONALD EACKLES ltgrpers Ferry, W. Vs. SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Va. PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Vs. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. M~rtinsburg, W. Vs. -- Leesburg, Va~ WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Vs. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. CA. PHONE 309 This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below The Churches Of The Community: Job enjoys? Take away the pros- Day perity and happiness, and then message to you. It is a tremendous task. Yet always I feel blessed Sund,y you'll see Job throw his goodness that it is mine. ' Monday away in the whirlwind; he wfl] re- Tuesday l Wednesday nounce God to his face. When you see me standing alone in my pulpit on Sundays, do Thursday Friday Man's Faith In Ilod not feel that I am a figure apart from you. Rather, I want to share Saturday not only Your hours of church attendance but also your moments both of triumph and of trial. I stand ever ready to serve you, to lend you my assistance, my understanding and, should you seek it, my counsel. It is only in this way that I can hope to be worthy of my vocation. Re- member, .won't you -- and call upon me.* / FUSS & DeHAVEN INTERNATIONAL ESTI~I~ DEALERS Shepherdst0wn, W. Va. Phone Our children love Sundays, First, of course, there is church. After- wards, in gogd weather, we often have a "backyard picnic." For me, this outing comes after a morning when I have completed one of the most important tasks of my week -- preaching a sermon to my congregation. Yes, I'm a minister. If that surprises you, it shouldn't. We ministers are people too --- just as close as anyone else to pleasure, temptation, anxiety, and all the other things that go to make up life. But God has entrusted us with the task of conveying His Kearneysville, W. Vs. Phone Shepherdstown 2112 ESSO STATION ., MR. and MRS. NORVAL JOHNS KEARNEYSVILLE . RANSON, WES~ POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS In Support Of