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CHARLES J. W. SMITH You probably have noticed some people at times have strange ideas about clergymen~ No minister, priest or rabbi is supernatural They are human beings. The inner voice which beckoned them to their ealUng ~ provides them with patience, tolerance and benevolence. But they a~e still human and have the same traits of ~y ~ anxiety aS etlter people. We imagine moet men Of the el@th wonder at times about their ~c~ ' or illadequacle~. Hours of preparation and prayer pre- cede a w~hlp service. Evea Be: no clergyman ean strike a reslmnslve ' one on every occasion. This is lust as impossible as it to ~ a home run every time at bat. But, w~ a ~Fons~e ~m~ is struck, wouldn't it be a good idea at least once ~ a While. to write a note and say so? Remember, they am~ ~ too... J, W. SMITH -- SMTI~ ME~OIUAL FUNERAL HOME TOWN, WEb~ VIRGINIA Di~low of Charles Town Rt. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Pittman Russell of Williamspo~t, Md. were Thurs- day afternoon visitors of the lat- ter's mother Mrs. Mary Wiltshire The annual W. S. C. picnic of the Mill-ville Methodist Church was held on Tuesday August 9th at the Memorial Pa~k in Charles Town, those attending were Mr. and Mr~ R~Iph JOhnson and son Denny, Mrs. Lula Ranalli, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake, Miss D~t Lake, Mrs. James Lilla, Mrs. Floyd Mileon and son Key|n, Mrs. Willard Willingham and daughter Nancy, Mrs. Paul Jackson and children Brenda and Scott, Mrs. Evelyn Jackson and daughter Sha ron, Darlene, Rudy and Walter Ranalli. Ricky Webb, ReD. and Mrs. Harold Me.lay and Miss E~. Jane Johnson. Itoanm Dun= an~ daugh. TrapneH. She was a member of ing corn. Zion Church and a member of the church choir for many years. Her on~ly immediate survivor is a brother, Jack Trapnell of Cha- rles Town. MRS. EULA P. LAMP Mrs. Eula P. Lamp, wife of Melvin L.-Lamp of Kearneysville, was pronounced dead on arrival at the WaShington County Hos- pital in Hagerstown, Md., to which place she was taken by the Shepherdstown Fire Company ambulance Sunday morning. Her body had been recovered from about four feet of water in the Potomac River just under the Shepherdstown bridge from where she had leaped to her death. A daughter ot Mrs. Dora May Turner Kear ey e ha4 tlm 75 laying hens. Landrace sow with 13 pigs; 2 hOgs weighing approx. 300 each. TRUCKS -- 1947 ~A ton G. M. C. pickup; 1939 1~ ton G. M. C. trucl~ HOUSEHOLD GOODS G. E. washer; Kitchen cabinet; upright piano; walnut ward. robe; platform rocker; cookstove; window fan; 7 pc. dining room suite; 3 pc. llvtl~g room suite; 2 dressers; studio eouth; Hbrary table; clover leaf stand; Victor adding .maehine; pay- Inaster t~eck writer; btlling machine and other articles too humerus to mention. TERMS~CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. HOWARD L. SHADE EDWARD (Ned) MORROW, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED Not Responsible For A~eideffts On Premiers. * Every coupon in your Coupon Book acts JuSt LIKE CASH. Use one or all to buy afiyitem in auY Newberry Store quickly, edsily. * COUPON BOOKS are issued in denom|natior$ of $25, $50 and SlO0. Individual coupons are valu at 50 , $1, s2and *5. ,10O CREDIT COUPOMS.. Pay enly !2 a week ,. CR, D,, coupo.s ..',., o.,,,, o ~..~ $25 CREDIT COUPONS .... Pay o.ly ~I a week Small carrying charge.., no charge if paid within 30 days.