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18 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST I0, 1978 I 1 O Murrill Hill UM I Aid Society Has 30th Birthday On Monday, June 26, at 6 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall of the Murrill Hill United Methodist Church, the Aid Society of the church celebrated 30 years of faithful service to the church and its congregation. Former members joined with the present membership in enjoying a homecoming and a large, beautiful cake bearing the words "Homecoming, 30 years". Former members present were Rev. and Mrs. Emery McGraw, Mrs. Mary Appell, Mrs. Gerri Rice, Mrs. Mary Brackett, Miss Tammy Brackett and Mr. John Runion, Jr. Guests were Mrs. Frank Mentzer, Mrs. Janice Hostler, Mrs. Genevieve Grove, Mrs. Patsy Everhart and daughter and Mr. Darrell Pepwell, who took pictures of the evening the Aid Society began in 1948, showing Mrs. Myrtle Penwell president; Mrs. Margaret Milton vice-president; Mrs. Mary Penwell Brackett secretary; and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd treasurer. Mrs. Penwell was president from 1948 until 1966; Mrs. Margaret Milton became president in 1966; Mrs. tester Dillow vice-president, also in 1966. Mrs. Virginia Kerns served as secretary from 1951 to 1978; Mrs. Anne Dillow, treasurer, 1966 until 1978. A wonderful evening .with plenty of food and fellowship and a fine talk by the Rev. Harry Webb, guest speaker, made it most enjoyable. Members present were: Messrs: Margaret Milton tester Dillow, Anna Dillow Virginia Kerns, George Milton, James Kerns, Terry Kerns, Charles Dillow, Dena Kerns Debra Ruble, Dorothy Dillow, Catherine Dillow. Jessie Dillow Wilma Hostler, Margaret Hostler, Connie Cornetl, Ella Gray, Mable Long, Margie Roberts. Bruce Hostler, Bertie Reicher, Mr. Charles Reicher, Mrs Vivian Blue and Mr. Marty Blue. SERVICES FOR C. T. METHODISTS Rev Marcus Earp, III, an- nounces the following services: Sunday, 8:30 and II am., Worship Ser,ices, sermon: "Bringing Home the Outcasts", speaker of the day is Rev. Debra Kiltmurne: nursery is provided for the 11 a.m. service; 9:30 a.m., Church School for all ages; 7-9 p.m., Sr. High Fellowship. Monday, 7 p.m., Bazaar Workshop; 8 p.m., Ad- ministrative Board, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Com- mittee on Evangelism. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Bible Study. Thursday, 8 p.m., Committee on Missions. Saturday, 7 p.m., all Jr. High Fellowship will meet at the church to attend Godspell at the Old Opera House. RANSON ASSEMBLY OF GOD SERVICES Rev. William P. Reed an- nounces the following services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Children's Church, 11 .a.m. on lower level, Jeanette Longer- beam, director; Bolivar Rest Home Service, 2 p.m.; Christ Ambassadors, 6:30 p.m.; Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, 7 p.m., Royal Rangers; 7:30 p.m., Prayer and Praise, Bible study, Missionettes, Prims and Daisies. BOLIVAR CHURCH OF CHRIST SERVICES Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Stmday Prayer, 7:15 p.m.; Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, prayer, postponed until Aug. 22. SERVICES FOR SUMMIT PT. BAPTISTS Rev. Richard G. "Jerry" Moore announces the following services: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Leroy Cheshire, director; Morning Worship, 11 a.m., sermon: "One Thing is Need- ful", special music by the choir, :Mrs. Nora Drish, organist and choir director; nursery worker, Mrs. Peggy Swisher. Monday, Mission Friends and R.A.'s, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Housewives for Christ, Prayer and Bible Study Group, I0 a.m.; Adult Choir rehearsal, 7 p.m.; Prayer and Bible Study Hour, 8 p.m. Thursday, Bible Study led by Tommy and Joyce Jackson, 7:30 ).m. August 18-19, R.A. camp-out at Terico Heights. August, 20, annual Sunday School picnic will be held on the church lawn. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL AT ST. THOMAS Rev. Richard E. Neal an- nounces the following services: Sunday, 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. sermon: "A Surprisirjg Miracle"; Sunday School classes for adults, young men and women and children meet at 9:45 a.m. Monday through Friday, 9- 11:30 a.m., Vacation Bible School. Tuesday, 7 p.m., Reformation Circle meets with Mrs. Anna Coffman. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., choir rehearsal. SERVICES FOR CHURCH AT MIDDLEWAY Rev. John L. Verburg, pastor at the Church at Middleway on Rt. 51, announces the following services: Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service, 10:30 a.m Tuesday, I0 a.m., Hour of Prayer at home of Mrs. Richard Shirley's. Wednesday, 7 p.m., Hour of Prayer at the home of Carroll McBride's; 7 p.m., Children's Choir at church. Thursday, 2 p.m., Hour .of Prayer at home of Mrs. Thomas Nagley; 7:30 p.m., Bible Study and Fellowship at home of Carroll McBride SERVICES FOR TRI-STATE BAPTIST8 Rev. Dr. R. B. Diffee an- nounces the following services: Church School, 10 a.m.; Morning. Service, 11 a.m.; Evening Service, 6 p.m. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Young Peoples' Service. Tri-State Christian School now enrolling for the 197849 school year. Grades -- 4 year old kindergarten; 5 year old kin- dergarten; f'rades I-4. For in- formation, call 725-9394 or 725- 5229 or write Box 657, Charles Town. SERVICES FOR LEETOWN BAPTISTS Rev. John M. Emert an- nounces the following services: Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday Baptist Association Meets At Zion Baptist The Shenandoah Valley Baptist Association will convene at the Zion Baptist Church, 801 Harewood Avenue, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 11-12 and 13. The pastor, Rev. Alvin Parris, invites the public to come out and enjoy three full days of spiritual happenings! Each day will begin at 10:45 a.m. Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. Rev. Alvin Parris, will deliver the opening sermon Friday morning during the 11 a.m. service. Programs will be made available to those attending for all the upcoming services. SERVICES FOR TRINITY EPISCOPAL IN SHEPHERDSTOWN Rev. William Kieldsing an- nounces the following services: Sunday, 8 a.m., Holy Eucharist: Rite Two; 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist: Rite Two; 11 a.m., Fellowship and refresh- ment. SHEPHERDSTOWN DAY CAMP Trinity Episcopal Church will hold "Hallelujah Day Camp" from Monday, Aug. 14'through Friday, Aug. 18, on the church grounds, for all children of the Shepherdstown area, grades kindergarten through 6th grade. For more information, call Rev. Kieldsing, 876-6990. SERVICES FOR ZION ASSEMBLY AT MILLVILLE Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11:15 a.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Young Peoples' Service. HOMECOMING AUG. 20 ZION BAPTIST Homecoming will be celebrated at Zion Baptist Church, 801 Harewood Avenue, on Sunday, Aug. 20. Highlight of the day will be a concert by the Canaan Ensemble of Canaan Baptist Church of Washington, D.C., at 3 p.m. in the afternoon. The public is invited. SERVICES FOR ELK BRANCH, HALLTOWN PRESBYTERIANS Halltovn Church: Worship Service, 9:30 a.m., sermon: "Thou Shalt Not Kill; Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. Elk Branch Church: Church School, I0 a.m.; Worship Ser- vice, 11 a.m., sermon: "Thou Shalt Not Kill"; 5:30 p.m., Church picnic at the Elk Branch Church. SERVICES FOR CHARLES TOWN SOUTHERN BAPTISTS Rev. Dr. Wyman E. Hall announces the following ser- vices: Saturday, Aug. 12, Youth swim at the Smith's. Monday, 11:30 a.m., Youth Fellowship - brown bag lunch; 3 p.m., Virginia Frazier Circle. Tuesday, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Youth Room Recreation; 7:30 p.m., Sunday School Teachers - Officers meeting. Wednesday, 6:45 p.m., Girls in Action; 7 p.m., Royal Am- bassadors. Thursday, 10 a.m., Day camp School, Harold Gray, director; for grades 1-6; 1:30-3:30 p.m., 11 a.m., Morning Worship; 7 Youth Room Recreation; 7 p.m., p.m., Evening Worship. choir practice. Monday,. 6:30 p.m., Youth Friday, 7-10 p.m., Youth Room Choir. Recreation - Bible Study. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Choral Echoes. Wednesday, 7 p.m., Prayer Service. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Children's Choir; 8 p.m., Adult Choir. CHURCH OF CHRIST We are looking for members or those wishing simply to be Christians and ac- cept only the Bible as their authority, to begin another congregation in this area For Information -- Call or write Win- chester Church of Christ % R.E. Swan, 1265 Baker Lane Winchester, Va. 22601 - PHONE: 667-3458 Gospel Meeting Gary Holcomb, Cincinnati, Ohio AUG. 3rd. r- pd. i i I II I I I SERVICES FOR TRINITY GOSPEL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. Vincent Pink announces the following services: Sunday School, I0 a.m; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Family Vacation Bible School will be Aug. 21-27. The School will be from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. every night but Saturday. The commencement will be Sunday morning, Aug. 27. The public is invited to attend. SERVICES FOR ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S The Rev. Mr. Temple G. Wheeler will conduct the service of evening prayer at 4 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 13, in St. Bar- tholomew's Episcopal Church, Leetown. A cordial invitation is ex- tended to everyone to attend the services in this historic church. PLAN OUTDOOR SERVICE AT ST. PHILLIP'S EPISCOPAL The sky will be the ceiling when St. Phillip's Episcopal Church meets for worship Sunday at 12 noon. The meeting will be on the lawn of Mrs. Ruby Reeler in Harpers Ferry. "An Order of Service For Noonday" will be utilized. This will be followed by a parish family picnic. Each family is to bring its own lunch. Hot dogs and cold drinks will be provided along with plates and cups. There are facilities for croquet, basketball, horseshoes and softball. In case of rain, the service will be held at 11 a.m., and the picnic held the following Sunday. Marine Band Toll Recreate Music ICivil War Era A re-creation of the United States Marine Band of 1863 will be at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Tuesday, August 15 from 12:30 p.m. until 4 p.m.. The 1st Marine Band, President Lincoln's own, will perform on the Village Green opposite the Visitor Center in the historical town section of the Park. as a part of its living history presentation. This unique unit. clad in the brilliant scarlet uniforms of the Marine Band, re-creates the performances of the Civil War and the John Philip Sousa era. There is nocharge to the general public for this unusual band concert. During the month of August, this musical unit will spend 10 days touring the National Park Service areas from Philadelphia to Richmond, funded by the National Park Service. In ad- dition to the Harpers Ferry Park performance, the band unit will perform on the Ellipse in front of the White House as a part of the Park Service tour. Music of the group ranges from classics, through the military marches of the Civil War, to the works of Sousa and Ragtime. No music written after the Ist World War is to be per- formed.. Uniforming of this band unit has been accomplished through the cooperation of the U.S. Marine Corps Museums, the Company of Military Historians, Hirsch, and Tyler Company, the uniformers for the Marines' Officers School at Quantico, Va. All performances include drill c00mit/z and c00tric[er m00morial 00.neral 00ome STRIDER, JR.-- DIRECTOR 304 W.WASH I NGTON ST. PHONE: 725- 5321 CHARLES/'OWN, W.VA. Dear. friends, Our clergymen and our teachers strive devotedly to build honesty, fairness, kindness and personal worth into the character of our children. They efforts will be in vain unless we parents and citizens support them with ethical and moral behavior in our daily lives. Our nation's moral fibre has been laboriously built thru the integrity of generations - it can rapidly falter and fail unless we maintain high standards of conduct. Respectfully, movements, Naval dancers, and activities designed to keep entire families occupied and par- ticipating in history. Children are welcome .and are en- couraged by the band members to come. The audience is always invited backstage after a performance to meet the members of the band, and to chat with the of- fleers about history and music. Prior to the conclusion of the performance the Park visitors and neighbors of the local communities are invited to join the band in a chorus of the Battle Hymn of the Republic. MANNINGS ASSEMBLY OF GOD SERVICES Rev. David A. Forkey an- nounces the following services: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Children's Church, 11 a.m., Mrs. Rosemary Dinges, leader; Praise and Sermon: "The Virtue of Love"; Fellowship Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Family night, 7:30 p.m., Adult Bible Study; Boys Royal Rangers, ages 6-15; Girls Missionettes, ages 5-15. SEARS CATALOG SALES Merchant, Colin & Katherine Dunbar Phone: 725 - 2009 Rt. 9-- Ransom W.Va. Bus transportation provided from Shenandoah River to Virginia border, along Chestnut Hill Road, Hostler Road and Rt. 9. Call 725-6238. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 The Extension Homemakers Club will meet Aug. 16 at Cliff- side Motel for a dutch treat. Mrs. Leone Hamilton has returned home after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lester Henry is a medical patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner spent last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baker in Harrisburg, Pa. Sunday, Aug. 6, Mr. and Mrs. John Demory entertained the employees of the Acme store in Martinsburg, to an all day picnic and swimming party at his home. Johnny is the manager of [ the store. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jefferson and Mrs. Herb and family have returned from a Calif. While there] weeks vacation at Solomons on: birthday party Chesapeake Bay in Southern, mother, Md. They enjoyed fishing, was 86. She was boating and tennis, having her Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ranalli are Mr. and Mrs. home after a weeks vacatio at and sons, Rehobeth Beach, ])el. spent a week Miss Sandy Luptou, White Mrs. Dennis Post, Va., is visiting her grand- Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Warren, Pa., Grove. Mrs. Marion Rev. Frum preached Sunday Wesley Dilley at the U.M. Church from the 100 luncheon on Psalm. His daughter, Mrs. i home of Mrs. 1 Patricia Ann Bissell, Point Shepherdstown Pleasant, W. Va., sang a solo, Mary Everhart, "One Day At A Time". married this Sunday, Aug. 13, the MYF will have a swimming party at the TH| home of Kim Demory. MELVIN Mrs. James Locke's home is being improved by a coat of paint. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Galloway and Mr. Leonard Kidwell, Hyattsville, Md., were dinner guests of Mrs. Ruth Moreland on Saturday. ( Mr. Bill Lee has returned from PHONE: 725 A a weeks vacation in California, E., where he visited his parents, Mr. RAY'S AUTO REPAIRS General Auto Repairs Body & Fender Repairs Auto Painting 725- 9663 E. N. St.-- Charles Town, W. Va. THIS SERIES OF MESSAGES IS MADE POSSIBLE BY CHARLES TOWN AND JEFFERSON COUNTY FIRMS WHO VALUE OF THE CHURCHES OF OUR COMMUNITY. THE FOLLOWING RECOGNIZE THE I00OVII00G CARE Copyr! 1"97S Keister Adverlismg Sewice Stras,'rg, vvgea Esther has the most beautiful flowers of anyone I know. Every plant She touches seems to grow magi- cally. When her sister discardedsome seedlings, Esther rescued it. Within months the plant had grown until it reached the ceiling. Houseplants must be tended regularly.'They must receive water and food. The earth in which they grow must be loosened periodically. If Christians are to survive and flourish, they must receive the nurture that comes from worship. God's Word, prayer and meditation strengthen and fortify them for a rich life. God's help is OUR tender loving care. Find it in church this Sunday. ,:.:::.:::.:;:::;:.':', .:,:,'2+. ,",' [ii!!!!!i!! Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fnday Saturday [ii] Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Exodus Leviticus Leviticus 002:1-27 12:400-001 l00:l-6 19:1-200 20:1-20 16:1-300 26:1-100 !!i'ii'i:..: "$,.:"';':.'.:.:::z:-. :-':''.'. :"./e:..'.....:t,.z"'..:::::::'::-'-:;:!: ::::. ':'::: "':::$:':.r..:.:-'::::.:.::...:-:::.,.'w':'..:.: ":,..- ..-..  .,:..:..,.,: OTT'S BUSINESS SERVICE "For People of Distinction 'r' 112 E. Wash. St. -'725.7854 Charles Town, W. Va. /Z < ' VAN TeL FLORISTS Flowers By Wire Ph. 725-2019 Charles Town. W. Vu. MERCHANT- NOLAND, INC. CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE Route 340 East Ph. 725-7045 or 725-7046 Charles Town, W. Va. GUY'S , BUICK - PONTIAC, INC. OPEL - G. M. C. TRUCKS Dial 725-5338 - State Rt. 9 Charles Town, W. Va. PEOPLES SUPPLY, INC. Grain - Feed Liquid Supplement Dial 725-8454 - 725-8455 Charles Town. W. Va. WAY OF WISDOM CHRISTIAN BOOKS & MUSIC Phone 725-3070 Good Books. Gifts 121 3rd Ave. & Fairfax Ranson, W. Va. RIDDLEBERGER'S STORE Home Furnishings. Carpet Resilient Flooring Ph. 725-2624. Charles Town FEAGANS JEWELERS Watch Repair & Jeweler), Dial 725-7411 W. Wash. St.-Charles Town SMITH OIL CO. ARC{) OIL PRODUCTS 301 N. Mildred St. Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-22.15 HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD COMPANY Paperbonrd Products From Recycled Fibers Halltown, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITGO SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. - Lees. burg, Va. - Martlnsburg, W. Va. - Shepherdstown, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRITTS & SON INC. Appliances-Furniture Dealer , Philco - Gibson Dial 725-5511. Charles Town CHARLES TOWN CO-OP 302N. MildredSt. Ranson, W. Va. Ph. 725-2212 MAGAHA, INC. I APPLIANCE CENTER North George Street Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-5516 i PROPST & HEATING INC. "He Comes When Y 222 E. 3rd Avenue- Ranson, Phone: 725 - 7912 MARVIN DODSON Plumbing - Heating Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work Dial 725-8811 2O5 W. Liberty St, Charles Town, W, Va. MOUN' ELE AN: RAMON PIZZA Ph. Charles HANN, 195W. Ranson, W. COURTNEY 4 Light Dial Polk St. - Also PUBLISHING Charles To J. A 24.Hr, PI