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! This forty acre tract of land i rch at I0:00 a. m. Choir rehearsal I nesses were his mother and step ,I [ known also as Priest Field, is in [ on Thursday at 7"30 p m I father, Mr and Mrs George Mor- [the care eL Trlmty Missions of[ ~ [gan and Mr. and Mrs F Roberts r L : [ I Hi,[ Charles Town. / and daughter of Inwood: Ji '|,! I.I,[ The public is cordially invited [ Lap |n a tSS AlSZLs [ Mr and Mrs Jerry Powell and ,!:~ ~ [ :~,[to attend this annual event. [ MrLnANII:MIIWN ]sister, Mrs." ~l*ary Chapman spent Iii i -JII . ---'-"----" I= [Sunday afternoon with Jerry's '' I in#la danF I Mrs. Jmm vlamis parents, Mr and Mrs. William -- ' - * -- " -- s " I mvI, p.vl I I I Powell in Hamilton, Va. Annual Mass Celebratmn I rh oh nf n--o-- I My congratulations go out to I Mr. and Mr:s Harry Shirley I muum I.uu Vu UlUUU Pln ! Mr. and Mrs. R. G Anders b, the ] ano cmmren uel ple anu tin.sty i,n. . t . **A I . t Ordination of their son G rald returned home Sunday evening Ar wlzarn t,llpi)AUQ. ZZ I services for the Independent/into the Presb erian Mi,'st,-, i from a trip to. Montreal Canada "-- " I Church of God, 7th Avem]e, Ran-/The Anders famii: live~ i'n'~ot~rl and Niagr[a Falls. Mrs. Shirley On Thursday August 22rid at I son, have been announced by Pas- I little tow-* -me .ha i has been on vacation from A. T. ]0:00 A. M the annual celebrat-] toy Donald Byers, as follows: I our ver3 b'es (g'*oe; qtla "-"l and T. near Leesburg, Vs. ioli oi Mass will lake place in the I Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. [ Mr lohnnie Armstrong, is a~ain I Mr Marvin Smallwood and chapel at Wizard Clila by Father I Worship service at 7:30 p.m. i ' ' :: ~ :~" I mmh~r ~I,~ M~,d,~ ,~11 .I I,ambert Stack S T, pastor ofq Wednesday evening Bible Study a patmm in me naries. Town/were'callers .Sa ur av ni' ht'wi h Jeffcrson County's Trinity Mi. -|will be held at 7:30 p. m. for I ?r ? ,erie sP veW. e all w snther grand son, Mr. Irs Fran i(m . Ma s has been celebrated [ classes ot au ages. lets Smallwood. " on this spot annually since the,The Missionary Society meets t Word From Austria I Mrs Josephine Johnston and arlv l J0 s in fulfillment of a I the third Monday of each month l I dau hter Bonnie were callers --- - ' . . inr. lvmrvm ~mauwoou receives ~. u, roquest made by Adam Lwlngs- I w th the Rev Wilham Crows, dir- I ,- t ] Frida.v wL 'th e.h. Ore ?h~r Mrr Mil. . ~,~ $ I)11 1 Idtl~IdlLl~ llOlll lllb / . ton Jn gratitude to God for hay-,eetor of the Martmsburg Re ue I a,e~.in [ ton Popkms in Kabletown ing been delivered from "strange" / Missmn, snowing slides of mission / :?,:,# u ,:= 7-:- t " . " " .' o",-,that they en~ovea ,ne nlano trl-, ~,~,~. a,tt, ~.ut,c. demoniacal incidents whmh befell,worK. '~ ~'fl ~h,~,irl~o ~:.~,1~ ~na r i~,~,~ I have moved into their home just him and IllS family in 1797, at I The pubhc is inwted to attend wero horn av~r th~r~ hut thi~ wa~ recently bougM from Mr. George Middleway, W. Va. l any or all of these services, the }irs t'they-'ha'ct--'be-e'n b'ack"as Hough and had been his parents Wizard Clip chapel is located,[they came here when they were home here. al Middleway off State highway i1/~ .j~ ~-,11 I". IL --"l about two and now the- willI Sunday callers with Mrs. Julia 51, near the Opequon Creek QUU I 1111 IU AU[Ilill I soo- be seventeen and the, wereVmnds were the newly weds Mr. bridge, six miles west of Charles l en o",in- seein ' their ",rand and Mrs. Ronald Viands, Mr and town, w. Va, l nl0n r.fie |.Hu mlw I mother and their sister Janet Mrs. Kenneth Malls of Ranson, 1111 IS S Vl m lleU,Ul " M H r i le mo~,~~,~~ ] Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daugh- ~. r. a ry Sh r y .and daughter ,t(~ t~,~ f'~all ta &brim " uHI1 ho~ter Jean and a friend had lust t~eome aria sons Harry, t~oooy T H F !the se'rmon"sub'je " ;u'n(lay"mor l returned from a trip to Me ico and .Dona]d Lee and David and I el a~ ' " C" " li o ni d dlmmle hlsKey all ol Mloaleway rag, August 18 for the Matlns at l ;ty and through Ca f r a, an "'r - "" A i - " . m aria t~rs Ioert v anus ot kdEI lllkl Y @'l'l lhl l Ph 8:30 and the Worshtp serwce at l they stopped by m Texas to see ,toe til0omery, Mr hester vlanos MKL 1N /. /IIII KII t,U, ll a. m. At St, Thomas Lutheran I Jean s uncle, Lieut. General Doe- a-- o -a - " R" " l " rm s n J CK ot anson were :Church in Ranson, it was ann-. tor George Rice. Dr. Rice is a " uraay mght cal~ers C O L O N I A L ;ounced Monday by the Rev Rich brother to Mrs Rissler s mother . ~wi~xt~v~v ur~ ard E. Nea, pastor, Nurse~) held They visited H~iphere 68 they Mr.= an~. ~Irs. ttonald Wiles ana -~:~a~ ~av~,~ son ttonala wayne spent me aay ' i during worship for preschool report they had a wonderful sight unaay wi n ms roomer Mrs Charles Town ehildren. Sunday Church School seeing trip. Doctor Rice had been ,ttarry wiles and family at Louu :classes at 9:45 a. m. for adults, General McArthur s aoctor " ,~ oun nmghts. Va Shepherdstown : oung men and men, and chil- Mr. Ronald Viands son of Mrs " . . . . dren; Edwin A. Fitzpatrick, Sup- Gene Morgan and the late Bill aa.r. Leonarq vanmeter ot . ar- Hnsourg spent weanesaay a ter 72a-7068- Phones- 876- 043 erintendent Epiphany Circle Viands and Miss Barbara Welty o- meets on Wednesday at the chu- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion noon with his step mother Mrs. In I! 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At Your Service, Always DIAL CHARLES TOWN 725-2621 Welty of Inwood were united in Maude Smallwoed and step son marriage Saturday evening in Mr. and Mrs Alvie Plotner and WlLliamsport Md by the Rev. daughters Ruby and Margaret William Zimmerman of the Unit- spent Sunday a( the Watermellon ed eMthodist Church. Ronald is,Park near Berryville, Va. in the service and stationed in! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton gave Fort Eutice, Va. Barbara is a their son Mr. and Mrs. Floyd June graduate from the Mussel- Milton a sixteenth wedding ann- man High School and in the Fall iversary dinner yesterday, Sunday she will go to the Triplett Tech. Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and at .Mount Jackson, Va. The wit- sons and Floyd son Kevin were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Engle and sons spent Sunday with their uncle Mr. and Mrs. Allen Plotner in Frederick, Md. Get amazing results when you take our Mr and Mrs Rav Marcus and Product c~lled SLIMODEX. No prescrip- . " -- -- " " --. ' tlon needed. You must lose u~ly fat or tWO Cnlloren are spenamg a your money back SLTMODEX ia a tab- WOO]~ ~o~i~,~ i~ ~'~]~rldfl Mr let and easily swallowed. No star ng,~ .~ -~- u ~.~ ~ no special exercise, no harmful drugs, ~ylarcas is the HuIAgI|tt~r O[ 1 11-. SL,IMODEX costs $3.00 anti is sold on and Mrs Joe Milton this GUARANTEE if not s~utisfied for ~ " -- " -- - any reason, just return the unused port- I ~ugene Armstrong nas return- ion to the makcra and get your full led from a week camnin~ with the money bax, k SI,IMODEX is sold by: f "- '~vv . [4-H at Camp Frame near ~e~ges- MOFFETTS PHARMACY 'ville. Tommie Dailey was also Charles Town - Money Orders Filled along with him. Aug. a.st-l l. Mrs. Mary Cline returned from the General Hospital on Friday Mrs. Stella Martin and Mrs. Elizabeth Lucier motored in from Detroit Mich. last week and on Friday they visited their aunts Mrs. Maude Smallwood and rMs. Julia Viands. Elizabeth was born I,K)RMkH E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Jrfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 WEST LIBERTY STREET omu s TOWN, w. w I ~, ATIOHWID ~k ~ MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY ~. ~ MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPAN~ | i-~, ~ e,- LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I I .-. Offico: Columbus, Ohio J ~eldly Owned Inauranee Agoncfe~ I on Ve A Vitd Pint ef Yew All ElecMc 11n Potomac hllml Oh $3.00 Per Week SUPERTANE SHIES CORPORMION DIAL 725-7087 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. EAST WASHINGTON STREET and raised in Charles Town but has been many years since she was here she is the daughter of Mrs. Murriel Viands also of De(r- sit and the late Milliard Viands of Charles- Town. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Rissler, the latter of the Navy stationed at Norfolk, Vs spent the week- end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler and son John- nie. Johnnie caught his hand in a conveyor and had to have six stitches, He reports it was very painful Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler were in Baltimore, Md on Sun- day and had dinner with friends. On Saturday Judge Gray Silver of Martinsburg was a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kearfoot Dailey of New Jersey have been visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the weekend with their son- indaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton arid sons Ter- ry and Chuckle, in Baltimore, Md. -~~ :=~ : Mrs. Floyd Simons -~. =:---:: : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins, Reymann St visited her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul Painter in Luray, Va Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wisecar- ver are the parents of a 7 lb. 7 oz. baby daughter named Kendra Mi- chele born. August 1st. in the King's Daughters Hospital in Mar tinsburg. They have two other chl.ldren, Scott and Paula. Mrs. Wisecarver is a daughter of Mrs. Elsie Bennett 4th Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barren and Mr. and Mrs. Wallis Mills were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Breeden of Berryville, Virginia. Stork Shower Miss Phyllis Coffman enter- tained relatives and friends in honor of Mrs. Wiley Mills with a stork shower Wednesday even- ing. Mr and Mrs. Avis Grim and Mrs. "Virginia Israel spent Sun- day afternoon in Hagerstown, Md. They attended the "Douglas Evan gelism" services. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Propst and family Mr. and Mrs. John Propst the building was begun as a church, but the congregation ran out of money and purpose. It was then sold to a man who con- verted the partly-completed struc- ture Into a gas station. There are many such monuments throughout the world to projects that have begun with great ex- pectations and ended in dispalr. This is what happened in Jet- salem when the exiles returned from captivity In Chaldea. With great emotion they lald the foun- dations for the restoration Of the temple. Yet in the book of Hag- gai we find that eighteen years later and the temple is still not much further along. For the most part it still lies in ruins. They had made an excitingbe- gi~.fing in restoring the altar and commencing the twtce-datl offer- mg of sacrifices there. But then things had bogged down. The nnity evident in the people when they arrived in Jerusalem from Chaldea began to disintegrate. Zerubbabel and Joshua (same as ~Jeshua" in Ezra 5:2)had probably become discouraged and were no longer able to give people the unifying and motive. ring leadership they needed, Time is not yet It is in times like these that God raises up someone to bring people the leadership required for the situation. Again and again in the Old Testament we see this principle at work. Men like Moses, Gideon, Samuel, David, etc are introduced by God when the time is ripe. This is what he does for the people of Jerusalem, sending a prophet named Haggai to both condemn the people's fail- ure and inspire them to complete the task. The people have ready a rea- son for their delay. Haggaihears and repeats it: ~This people say the lime has not yet come to re- build the hou'se of the Lord: (Haggai h2 RSV) Notice how this ancient book contains a most modern alibi! Is not this the reason advanced for falling to press today some of the most vi- ~1 projects confronting us? ~The egro is not ready yet for full and equal rlghtl" ~The nation is not ready yet for full integra- tionS" ~I am not ready yet to live in ~ and complete com- mitment to God's willIe We are like the house of clocks in one of James Thurber's stories: the time they told was always *the~e never enow. n It never comes The prophet, however, was not moved b~e the people's alibL thoug time may not be erighff to rebuild the temple, then why are they building elaborate, paneled houses? If money is the problem, then why do they spend so much on themselves? No won- der the time isn't "right." At this rate, there will never be a *right tlme'l Haggai notes a very ironic truth: the more people lavish upon themselves, the l~s satis- fied they are with what they have. There never seems to be enough. Their desires and hungers seem insatiable. It is like puttin~ their money in a bag with holes. They are only fooling themselves: for them the "right time~ will mNe~ come. (ksed on ouflimn cepyrlghte~ by I~* OSvb~a d C~dsl~an Educc~n, N~N~.s~I Co~nclt d I~e Chur~ ~/ Ch~t in Iba: U. S. &. Ileleased by C~s~ ~rNs Servke.} iocalHolsteh ~ets Lactation Credits rattletmro,- . - Drilake Ad- may Bessie 5705938, a four-year- old Registered Holstein cow own ed by Drilake Farm, Charles Town, has produced a noteworthy and family, Mrs. Mary Zepp record of 16,050 lbs. of milk and motored to Middletown, Va. and 660 lbs. of butterfat in 305 days. enjoyed the Propst family picnic. West Virginia University super Visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and family were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro of Kearneysville, Mrs. Frances Custer of Jefferson Ter- race, Mrs. Elsie Maye of Charles Town, Mrs. Roy Lambert of Mid- vised the production, weighing and testing operations, in cooper ation with the official breed im- l provement programs of the Hol- stein.Friesian Association of Ame rica. dleway, Mrs. Ruth Maconaughey, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM -rR'S ADVOCATE and Mrs. Mar3 Zepp. I T AITGUSTF 1968 i Our deepest sympathy goes out ITH['RSDAY, Io Mr. Paul Zepp of 4th Ave. In [~~ the death of his brother, Mr. Ben 11969 in Charles Town. student who pays the small jamin Zepp of Martinsburg, on[ Classes will be conducted at ion fee charged for the ca Monday after meeting with a 1223 N' Market St in Frederick The course will consist 0 accident on Friday while burn- 1 ': " .: ~ :,' ' I three-hour sessions, beginni~ ' .vm ann at ~l~ ~ Louooun St, in "l er mg trash. I -Septemb . Mr. Lee Brown called on Mr. lWinchester, Virginia. All text Paul Zepp oh Sunday afternoon I books, supp!ies and. necessary tax I ATTl~kl~ f'UllDg~ti CIM who is :on. the sick list. Iforr s W~ll De I.urmsnett 0y H. II;1111 U1UI!I~li JUra Mrs. Floyd Simons visited her JR. LOCK wimout cost to eacn l sister Mrs. Virginia Israel and l Mrs. Vera Fischer in Martins-[YOUR FINAk TRIBUTB SHOUkD BE U bu,rg on Monday: [ THe 8EST OI'IOOIIII ROCK OP "L'ne tsiants" lnue league oase [ ~--~! ball team enjoyed a picnic at the I 5~x~ park given by their parents Sat-i I J~.;~ urday evening. Mr. Ed Gray is] 1 ~ -- ~ ~/~1~// their manager. Mrs. Melvin Sny-[ ] A 13 ! () N der and family attended the pic-| l~ ~ 2"~ ~ ~" ~ ~j nic. Her son Lee Simons is one/ IIk' of the players on that team.[ ' Pr0vldes Specnafized /| N C c on ft dna anal, oar eompla taonalT ersamous Itoek ' . I " 1 / /KIILK =on=ent ~ /ralnmg r0r J0D$,I " 'I -- ro=. andbu pt estI &? BLOCK, Americas larg[ :: t ta service, announces the[ . t information of its Basic Income[ REPRESENTATIVE" Tax Course starting mid-Septem-| JAMES F. V(HITTING "N'zu bey, according to Mr. -Joseph[ Dunn, head of the mid-Maryland 407 and Wp t Vir.inia ors. I E Congress St. -- Charles Town, W. -"Acc'ording"to"Mr.--I)unn, "The I PHONE 725-2332 " purpose of this school is to train ~: anyone interested in learning to[ kdAI ,lqlklt l lllPt hlk|lqq !11 Rtill do income tax work with the I PlAI illm l l%l Alqlll" WIJ possibility of employment in any l u I Hw of the more than 2,000 H & R I FLOYD G. ODOM, OWNER i BLOCK offices. There are offices[ Phone 2 ' n r o wesz jOlUl DIJ ,r i all nea by towns and cities, a [ " -- ' new office will open January 2, I MARTINSBURO, W. VA. St S pretty" exhausting to have two big brothers aat excel in everything ! Of course, there are advantages. Like the time a Imlly beat me utr--rny brothers followed me to school :for two weeks. They wouldn't have fought him, but [he didn't know that. Every night they worked out ith me. Finally-, I took him on and won. brothers are first-rate in everything---studies athletics. There's nothing wishy-washy about them --if they don't think something's right, they say so. When there was a "walk-out" at school, they quashed practically single-handed. :Because our parents have always taken us to (Church and taught us God's way, my b others are trong-principled and good. I aim to be like them. our church is a training ground for integrity! Sunday Mondoy Tuesdoy Wednesday Thursday Friday Exodus Exodus Leviticus ~" I Corinthians [1 Corinthians I Timothy 32:22-32 33:1-2026:3-13 ]4:1-12 3:7-18 4:6-16 Tlds Series of Messages Is Made Possible By TheFollowing Charles Town and Sefferso Firms Who Recognize the Value and Service of the Churches of Our Community. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MeClure B. Wlll/ngham, Owner Phone 725-9904. Charles Town J. EDWARD MAGAHA EI CTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CE R N. George SL- Phone 725-5516 HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD COMPANY Halltown, W. Vs. hANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO INC. RANSON, W. VA. Phone 725-7072- 725-7071 JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO INC. SHERWIN-WI S PAINT Phone 725-2245 Charles Town LEGGETT DEPT. STORE "The Home of Better Values Charles Town, W. HARRY W. WEST END GULF Charles Town, W. Dial 2 -9905 The MELVIN T. STRIDER COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME RANSON MACHINE Charles Town. Phone 725-7068 Phone SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shephardstown.Phone 876-6043WESTERN A% ASSOCiAtE i om co INn ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Charles Town, W. Phone 725-7510 - Charles Town SOUTHERN STATEB Charles Town 'Co-Op, Inc. RANSON, W. V A. SUPERTANE GAS Dial 725-7057 . CllZ4el CLENDENING COMMUNITY OIL CO INC. CIT O SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W. Vs Lees. burg, Vs Shepherdstown, W: VL Charles Town, Dial 725.20911 J. RUSSELL PHILCO Charles Town. Phone