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CHURCH )astor. Leetown Road, Kearn- Telephone (304) Lys at 9:30 r School at 10:45 a.m. NEWS FAITH | at the Bolivar Commu- Pastor, Rev. Scott B. for infor- 'School at I0 a.m.; Praise at II a.m. Everyone is :OSTAL OF CHRIST [~ Middleway. Service at 10 a.m.; Service 6 p.m. Pastor is I1, WV 25441- 725-5956. pastor (304) 876-3220, 65, Shepherdstown, , e-mail: at [0:30 a.m.; Adult Children's 9:15 a.m. 513 West Third Av- Worship Service, 11 Wednesdays at 7 Bishop Sterling V. Por- Pastors Elder and Elder Carlos a people of pur- J are wel- with this diverse on Mission Road, four Route 9. Sunday Sclmol and worship service at is the Rev. Harold provided for in- four years of age. For 725-2847 or 728- CHURCH South George Street, Father Brian Owons, 725-5558. the weel~ r, Thursday, Fri- 10 a.m~; Wednesday at 7 Hour Wednesday at 6 p.m.; Sun- i at 7, 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. at St. James; Sunday at St. Peter's in Harpers Saturday at 3 onthe first it/re month and the pre- Holy Days at 7 &m., 7 p.m. ., September - FAITH ~_ of Faith Tabernacle, Kaarneysville, an- schedule of r School for adults at r Kids' Church, 9:45 Worship at 10:30 Evening Evangelistic Evening Hour of p.m.; Youth Church 7:30 p.m. for Youth r to the main street is provided on The church telephone ; the pastor's is 725-0797. for the hearing ira- ; EPISCOPAL Lawson, Jr., Rev. Laureen Deacon Services for chureh are: am.; ,9 amL; 9 a.m.; H am.; film.; ~ 11 a.m. Summit Point, Washington Street, Lucas every Sunday morn- Lutheran Church, Street, Harpers begin at 10 a.m. 6-12 is held Questions? e at 304-535- REI~RMED ~CH on Route 480 at , Mason. at 9 o'clock; at 10 a.m. | P~ovides for the hear- Brotherhood Wednesday of the SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON, Farmer's ADVOCATE ~ Thursday, August 7, 2003 15 Point Notices- .oo, cH c. Summit Located on Steptoe Road in Sum- mit Point. John Lewis, pastor. Tele- SHENANDOAH JUNCTION U~M. CHARGE Dr. Parker Hinzman, pastor. Bethesda (Moler's Crossroads): Worship at 9 a.m. Uvilla (on Route 230): Worship at 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10:45. Williams Memorial (Shenandoah Junction): Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Worship at 11 a.m. Junction 17 (Flowing and Luther UNITY OF SHEPHERDSTOWN Spiritual Leader is Edna Fritz. Morning services on the second and fourth Sundays of each month at 11 a.m. at the Shepherdstown Train Station. Study Group every Sunday at 4 p.m. in New Street United Methodist Church. The Unity web page is located at: http'J/www.widetu rn.com/UOS/Pa~e 2.htm NEW HOPE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Richard D. Godfrey, pastor. On WV Route 45, one mile west of Shepherdstown. Telephone 876-8340 Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Morn- ing Worship, 10:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study at 7 p.m. Thursday, Ladies Bible Study at 9:30 a.m. Nursery available and everyone is welcome. THE SHEPHERD'S ROD CHRISTIAN CENTER A New Testament Church without Waits Join us for a joyous time of cel- ebrating Christ. Experience contem- porary praise and worship, anointed teaching and preaching and great fellowship. Sunday Praise begins at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tuesday Prayer at 7 p.m. Word Explosion Bible Study on Thursday at7 p.m. The center is located in the Hilldale Shopping Center on old Route 340 next to CVS. For more in- formation, call the Miniatxy Center at 724-6546. Visit the web site at www.shephordaro~org. HOUSE OF PRAYER CHURCH OF GOD At 501 West Congress Street, Charles Town. Telephone 725-7282. ]~lder Paul E. Brown, pastor. Regular ~ include Sunday School at 10 am.; Morning Worship at 11 a.m.; Sunday afternoon service at 4 p.m.; Wednesday night Prayer and Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH SERVICES Christian Science Church ser- vicos are held in Shepherdstown at the EnUer Hotel Sunday mornings at 10 o'clock. Services are conducted by lay readers and include readings from the Bible and ~ienee and Health With Key to the Beriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. The Entler Ho- tel is located at the corner of German and Princess streste and is handi- capped accessible. Young people up to the age of 20 are invited to attend the weekly Sun- day School, also at 10 a.m. Pupils are taught the Scr/pture in small classes. Testimony meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 3 p.m. (November- March) and 7:30 p.m. (April-Octo- ber). Reading Room hours, Wednes- day and Saturday, 10 a.m. to I p.m. The public is welcome. HALLTOWN P~YTERIAN CHURCH Pastor, Alvin Russell. The church is located on Halltown Road and all are welcome. Worship Service, 9:30 a.m.; Church School for all ages, 10:45 a.m. NEW 8TII~gT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Located at the corner of New and Church streets, Shepherdstown. Telephone 876-2362. Rev. G. Dee- Ann Dkon, pastor. Gathering time for Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. (classes for all ages); Worship service at 10:45 a.m. (nursery is provided). Fellowship fol- lows. Come worship with us and catch the spirit! SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIffr CHURCH WERVICES The Charles Town Seventh-Day Adventist Church, located one and one-half miles on the Summ~ Point Road,-is pastored by Pastor Hal Butman. Telephone (304) 725-6018. Services every Saturday. Sabbath School begins at 9:20 and ends at 10:45. Worship begins at 11. There will he a guest speaker on the second and fourth Saturdays. There will be a fellowship dinner on the third Saturday of every month~ Everyone is welcome to attend. Prayer meeting Tuesday nights from 7:30. CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 8ERVIC]~ At CalvaryAs~mmbly of God, 114 Fairfax Blvd., Ranson, (telephone 725-5857). W'dliam P. Reed, Pastor. Sunday services include Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; worship service at 10:45 a.m., nursery provided; eve~n- ing service at 6 p.m. Mid-week ser- vices are conducted each Wednesday at 7 pJm., and include Royal Rangers and Missianettes. BETHEL UNITED MmrHODIST CHURCH Located in Bakerk~ Noni Sigler, pastor. Worddp Service at 9-~0 a~.; Sun- day School at ~.45 p~m.; Choir prac- tice Wednesday at 7 p.m.; Bible Study Thursday at 7 p.m. ~itors welcomo. Call 876-3467 for more informatim~. CHURCH OF THE WAY Church of the Way meeting at the Jefferson County Community Center at Bardane. Sandra Slager, pastor. Telephone 304-728-6352. fir. JAMES' L~ AT~ 10 a.m.; Wor- Rev. Fred A. Soltow, Jr., Pa~r. Study Wedmm- Worship Service at 9 a.m.; 8un- day School, 10:30 an. Communion ae~muible. Tel#phone the first and third Sundays of each month. phone 725-6137. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with classes for all ages; Worship Service at 10:30 a.m.; Choir practice Monday at 7 p.m.; UMW meetings on the first Wednesday at 7 p.m.; UMM meetings on the third Sunday at 7 p.m. Admin- istrative Board meetings on the fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m. A nursery is provided during worship times. HARVEST POINTE COMMUNITY CHURCH I ~llow Springs Drive (close to new Ruby Tuesday's) Charles Town Telephone 728-1920 Larry Stevens, pastor Contemporary worship, relevant messages, caring people. Worship at 10:30 Sunday mornings. Nursery and Children's programs provided for birth through grade 6. Youth Fellowship and Bible Study follows Sunday services. Weekly Prayer and Bible Study Wednemhys at 7 p.m. MOUNT ZION ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ellen Blackwell, pastor. Located on John Rissler Road, telephone 304- 728-0774. Sunday School, 1:30 p.m.; Sunday. Worship, 2:45 p.m. Thursday Family Service at 7 p.m. MOUNT ZION UNITED METHODIST CHURCH At 305 South Charles Street, Charles Town. Pastor Otis C. James. Telephone (304) 725-4730. Sunday School (including Adult), 9:30 to 10:45 a.m.; Praise & Worabip Service, 10:45 to 11 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Bible Study every Tuesday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, Praise & Worship, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. fir. PETER~ LUTHERAN CHURCH, SHEPHERDSTOWN Rev. Fred A. Soltow, Jr., Pastor. Corner of King and High streets. Sunday School and Adult Forum, 9:30 a.m; Worship Service at 11 am. Nursery ProvidecL Communion the first and third Sundays of each month. 8HEPHERDSTOWN CHRIST REFORMED Se~ at the United Church of ChriS, East German Street, Shep- he~ are conducted each Sun- day at II a.m. by the Rev. Bronsen Staley. Sunday School for children and adults at 10:15 a.m. 8HEPHERDffrOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Located at 100 West Washington Street, Randall W Tremba, pastor. Sunday worship, 8:30 a.m and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School at 9:30 a~m. Nursery care provided. For in- formation, call 876-6466. TOWN CHURCH OF CHRIffr At the Charles Town Church of Christ, located on the Country Club Read, the Rev. Dwane Casteel, min- ister. Sunday services include Bible study at 9:.30 &m.~Worship Services at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible study at 7 p.m. For additional information or transportation, call 725-7730 or 725- 2423. OAKLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Located at 26 Oakland Terrace, Charles Town, Route 9 east, JoAmm Alexander and H. Kent Tics, pastors. Telephone 725-5233 or 725-3737. Contemporary music and style, casual dress. Worship services Sun- day at 9 and 10:45 a.m.; Sunday School (age 2 through adult) at 9 a.m.; Pioneer Clubs (age 2 through grade 6) each Wednesday at 7 p.m. KEARNEYSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Located on Route 9 and Route 480 in Kearneysvilla. John W. Cuabw~ ~ Lay Pastor. Sunday Worship Service at 9 a.m. with fellowship following. Sunday School Classes for Children and Adults. BOLIVAR PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Bolivar Pentecostal Church, lo- cated next to the K.O.A. Kamp- ground in Harpers Ferry, offers a va- riety of ~ices. Sunday School classes for all ages begin at 10 a~m Worship at 11 a.m. There are many ~ to mist individuals and their specific nee&. A rapid/y growing children's and youth program is offered to help fami_~h~ with issues related to rats- ing c~tdran in tedafs ~dety. Please call Pastor B.G. Turner at (304) 535-2221 for information. AGLOW LIGHTHOUSE MEETINGS ANNOUNCED Chartes Town ~glow Lighthouse meetings will be held at the Shepherd's Rod Christian Center Io- cared in Hilldale Shopping Center. The mestings take place on the esc- ond Saturday of the month at 10 a.nL (Continental breakfast served at 9:30.) Please call Edna Benton for more information at (304) 725-6455. HARPERS FERRY PARK OFFERS CAMP HILL TOURS Each day throughout the summer, Harpers Ferry Na- tional Historical Park is pleased to present ranger- guided tours of Camp Hill. To participate in this program, meet at the Cavalier Heights Visitor Center at 2 p.m. and join a park ranger for a special trip to this historic area. They Made a D/fference, a 60-minute program, highlights the many stories of Camp Hill, including Storer College and early Civil R~h~ For additional information on this program or other tours at the parkcall (304) 535-6298. Dot Snyder 725-7769 August, the eighth month of the year, was named for Augustus Caesar, the first em- peror of Rome. August is the height of sum- mer and the longest days of summer are past when August arrives. It is one of the hottest months of the year, but most of- ten the nights are cooler than July. Inse~ts seem-t9 be noisier and more numerous than in any other month. The mosqui- tos seem to be more plentiful this year, perhaps due to all the rain with puddles around. Blueberries, bl'ackberries and raspberries are ripe this month and the peach harvest is underway. Goldenrod and other tall plants ,brighten the fields and roadsides and by the end of the month clohds oTpollen will be in the air to aggravate people who are allergic to these plants. The special flower for the month is the poppy and the gem is the sardonyx or peridot. August is the month to catch the last of summer with vaca- tions, picnics, swimming and attending fairs. CEOS Meeting The Summit Point CEOS Club will meet Thursday, Au- gust 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sum- mit Point United Methodist Church. News Callie and Bill Hale, re- cently joined family members at Sunset Beach, N.C., for a week. Others in the group were Clifford and Denise Hale and children, Clark and Allison, of Raleigh, N.C.; Margaret Kursey and children, Elizabeth and Brooke, of Martinsburg; Aaron Frazier and wife Tracey and children, Madison and Abigail; and, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frazier of North Carolina. Before returning home Callie and Bill spent sev- eral days with their son, Clifford Hale and family in Ra- leigh. Recently, Philip Creamer spent a week at Boy Scout Camp in Rock Enon, near Gore, W.Va. Carmen Creamer and son, Philip, spent July 23-28 visit- ing in San Francisco, Calif. My brothers, George Russell, Boyce, Vs., and John Russell, Berryville, Vs., visited with me last Wednesday, July 30. Bible School Saturday, from 2-6 p.m. the Summit Point United Method- ist Sunday School started their Bible School. It will meet once every two months until June 12, 2004. This session was attended by 20 children, who went on a tour of Egypt. They had set up a museum with articles from Egypt and Kathy Manning, who had traveled in Egypt ex- plained each item. They studied Moses and Jo- seph and played games of ~marbles and held r~lay races. Bricks were made from clay that the children mixed from day found near file church. The children ate food similar to food in Egypt, such as grapes, figs, apples ~nd goats milk. Every- one had fun and is looking for- ward to the next tour, which will be October 4 from 2-6p.m. and will focus on Babylon and Ur. Jefferson County Fair The Jefferson County Fair will be "geared" up to go on Sunday, August 17 and will continue until Saturday, Au- gust 23. Items for exhibit will be accepted on Saturday, Au- gust 16. The first Jefferson County Fair was organized in 1953 and was held at the Charles Town Jockey Club grounds on ~r 16-17. I remember this very well. Each homemakers club was responsible for an exhibit telling of their work. The exhib- its were on card tables in front of the seats in the grandstand. Card tables and accessories had to be "toted" up a long flight of stepe I was only 32 years old at the time, but that about did it for me and the older ladies, too. There were complaints and the next year we were given space on tbe ground fioor. The fair was very successfi~ but all the ani- mats were housed in the stables, which were a distance away. The entertainment was "home grown" and I believe was partly responsible for a good attendance. The Jefferson High School bands and the Appleland Band, which I be- lieve was composed of a num- ber of older men, played. Also, Bill Peer and his Melody Boys and Girls were there and inci- denta~y, the vocalist was Patsy Cline (before she became fa- moss in Nashville). To top it off, a king and queen were chosen for the people having the most blue ribbons for their adult exhibits and a prince and princess from the youth exhibitors. Those chosen were: King-Norwel Jenkins; Queen-Mrs. Garland Heflebower; Prince, McGary Snyder and Princess, Nancy Hockensmith. Past Events in Jefferson County August 18-19, 1871-The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled positively on val'idity of transfer of the County Seat to Charles Town. August 6, 1873-First meet- ing of West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in Charles Town. August 13, 1948-Discon- tinuance of passenger services by B&O in Charles Town. August 26, 1970-Charles Town General Hospital Board of Managers vote to proceed with construction of new hospi- tal building. August 5, 1971-New high- way from Charles Town to Harpers Ferry opened by Gov. Moore. August 2, 1973-Oid Opera House deeded to Old Opera Co., Inc., by Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Todd. August 12, 1982-Corner- stone laying of new building of new Masonic Building for Malta Lodge. Library The new library being built in Summit Point is really mak- ing progress and it will not be long until "a dream has been accomplished." This has beena dream for many for so long, and it has finally come true. The first library was very nice and surely was appreci- ated, but to have more space will be great for the community. The building was small, but it housed a wealth of knowledge and all one had to do was use it. Carrot Cake Sift and mix together 2 cups flour, 2 teaspoons soda, 1 I/2 teaspoon all-spice, 2 cups sugar, and 2 teaspoons cinna- mon. Add 1 cup vegetable oil and stir well. Mixture is thick. Add 4 eggs, one at a time, mix well. Add 1 cup raisins, 3 cups grated carrots and 1 cup crushed pineapple, drained. Mix well. Pour into greased and floured~paas. Bake at 350" for 35 minutes. Icing: 1 8-oz package cream cheese, 1/2 cup butter or mar- garine, and 2 teaspoons vanilla. Add I box 10x sugar and I cup chopped nuts. If too dry, add, a little milk. ,,, , Mannings Patisha Shirey 725-1747 f Robbie and Heather Kidwell, Darke Lane, spent Monday night with thei~ grand- pa_rents, the Philip Odens. Yours truly and Brittany were Friday morning visitors of Aunt Pauline Ott. We enjoyed lunch together that day. Mary Ann Jenkins was a Tuesday and Wednesday guest of her daughter, Shelly Dodson, and grandchildren, Jessica and Zachary, Ranson. Sam and Amber Oden were Saturday guests of Dwight and Lindsey Hoffman, Brunswick, Md. Mindy Besley, Martinsburg, was a Friday morning visitor with her mother, Amber (Men. Lisa Weiant and daughter, Kelsey, Charles Town, were Fri- day evening guests of Lisa's parents, Phili~ and Adeline Oden. Kenny Dillow, Keyes Ferry Acres, was a Wednesday and Thursday guest of his mother, Mary Ann Jenkins. This writer, Gary DeWayne Frye and danghter Brittany, Riverside, were Sunday morn- ing guests of my mother, Sherry Queen, and her boyfriend, Ward Richardson, Middleburg, Va. Karen Dillow and R.C., of Shenandale, were Sunday guests of yours truly and Gary Shepherd Jazz, Concert Choir Back from Tour SHEPHERDSTOWN--The Shepherd College Jazz En- semble and Concert Choir re- cently completed a ten-day con- cert.tour of Geneva, Switzer- land (at the Montreux Jazz Festival) and Italy The stu- dents were joined by members of the Friends of Music, an or- ganization dedicated to sup- portipg musical excellence at Shepherd. The Jazz Ensemble played on three different venues, the big band performing on the two main outdoor stages, while the jazz combo performed in one of the many jazz clubs. Dr. Alexander Fleming, president of the Friends of Music and a physician who traveled with the group, said, "I was amazed to see a standing ovation for a college group at the Montreux Festival. It was a life-changing experience for these students." The Concert Choir also per- formed in Montreux at St. John's Anglican Church and the Anglican Church of Koh. "I have never been on a European concert tour with better audi- ences. These were the largest and most appreciative audi- ences that I have ever seen," noted Dr. Kovin Badanes, choir conductor. The entourage traveled to Italy where the choir per- formed at St. Mary's of and St. Peter's in Rome. The groups also performed in the towns of Montecatini and Bagnoregio, Italy. At the combined jazz and choir performance in Bagnor- egio, the entire town came out to hear their music and, at the end, received a champagne toast from the mayor. "It was great to serve as goodwill am- D. Frye at Riverside. They also visited Karen's morn and step- father, Carolyn and Gary Frye, Sr., at Riverside. The Dillows were at Wild- wood Beach, N.J. last week for a brief vacation. Philip Oden was a Friday morning guest of Marsha, David, Robbie and Heather Kidwell, Darke Lane. Janice Hostler, Charles Town, was a Saturday dinner guest of Jerry and Joyce Hibbitts, Shenandale. Donald and Esther Oden, Engle, were Wednesday visi- tors with Pauline Ott. Rocky Rinker and Lisa Hearn, Martinsburg, were Fri- day night guests of Mikey Dillow, of Route 9. Marsha Kidwell was a Tues- day visitor with her parents, the Philip Odens. Carolyn Frye was a guest of her sister, Vicki Drummond, Ranson, on Saturday. Gary Frye, Sr., was a guest Saturday with his brother, Bruce Frye, Front Royal, Va. The brothers went fishing on that weekend. Mary Ann Jenkins was a Wednesday night guest with Pauline Ott. If anyone has any news, call me at 725-1747. Have a great week~ bassadors from the states. We were separated by language in every town, but once the music began, we were all one people. To watch their responses to our music was one of the many highlights of the trip,".noted Dr. Mark McCoy, chair of the music department and jazz band leader. "We encourage our students to do two things: to commit to excellence and to make their lives extraordinary. On this one trip, we were able to witness both," McCoy said, The Friends of Music will host an outdoor concert with the Jazz Ensemble and Concert Choir on Friday, August 22, at 7 p.m. at 550 Ridge Street, Harpers Ferry. The concert is free and open to the public. Rain location will be an- nonnced. For more information, call Shepherd's Department of Mu- sic Concertline at 304/876- 5555. i~