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. Annabefl MoralsRev. Fred Duckett To Rural Youth WHI ]Clendenmg Motors To [THURSDAY, A tTGUST 25, 1966 IDles Unexpectedly In [Be SpeakerSunday At I Benefit F am Ruritan Be Represented At Kiwanians Taking Bus I Be Wis / L'harles Town Hospital I Summit Point Church I :Club Auction Sept. 17 I Showing New Cars tmpl" to''tsammore"" tar" tl | Funeral services were held Sun The Reverend Fred Duckettt I A p i ate showing for Chrysler ATTEND CHUR | day at 2 p. m. from the Wain- will be speaker at the morning/ I Rural Youth will be the Dene- Plymouth dealers and salesmen oft D.**.^l~.~|l ,,m^ 1"k,,~,,,1~1, A|~r,naJ ~ll|ne ~||| i wright Baptist Church in Charles worship hour Sunday morning att :" ,7" ' " , '*! ~iciary of a community auction Charles Town, during mid-August[ DO3~LtOll ~IOIIIU /IlU/3UO.y Mnnu~v ~vuuuum~ vvmum tTown, for Mrs. Annabell Morris, 11:00 at the Summit Point Bap-[~ planned by the South Jefferson will give them their first look at/ 1 Q|||| h|D, Jl4,. ~ s ,. , 168. of 845 Harewoed Avenue, Cha tist Church. Sunday schooJ meets] Ruri'ta_zl Club and scheduled for the new 1967 Plymouths, Chrys-/ It' Ki ant ~all *i ~hu I UUllm'n$'lnlnl~F ~reacn ~{]~1~ )u~y ] rles Town, wife of Evans Morris, ]alt 10:00 A. M. Everyone is cord-[ September 17 at Summit Point lers and Imperials. [ _ s . .w s ,, t me T - 1 _ - _ " i [rsaay,,,atapmme ~lwams I BUYIN6, OR tt was announced thls week by Mee in ....... " I Who died unexpectedly ThUrsday[ tally invited. There are classes] J a e Pet .t Lgs in the eastern area bus will depart from the Bank BUYIN6 OR , are scneo2ulea tar uoston on Aug- A& Phtwrh ] enrou,te to the Charles Town Gen~ for all ages. / W rr n Larue Club r s dent. . g A| Pl~||~--I~m I.u,m~.un t eral Hospital The Rev. Matthewt Reverend Duckett is chaplain[ "Our Clubs" Youth an(i Educat ............ of Charles Town parking lot for -us| la, r~ew ~orK on Augus~ 1~, 1 ' ' ' i Fu - ha nlimi" - o r I ....... | Ba hmore and the Ormle-Indmn | D[~II~|~I~| |ILI~ ...... _ ._ tturley officiated and burial was] at the Veter~ins Hospital at New-[ on na s u tea ppo -|and tsalrimore on August zz./,ame , II RI~|||I~I~yE:L|I~ TWO worsmp ber,lces are nero made in Fat,view (]omotprv i ton D Baker | h h c r ......................... tunity to assist worthy boys and |They are among the 14 cities in| o _... .... : ,| .............. at Asbury Methodist C urc, 'o-The deceased was born in Har-I ~ [ ,i 1 .... ~li persons w,m reservauons r s m tho~r quest for an edu- which prewews are scheduled her of N Charles ano ~orm -ersFer- Jul 27 1898~, ........... e~tlonlnaprogresslvecommun-[ Robert Anderson, general man-[ are ur~,ed to pay Wdy prlOrt ! ~iMI*~ ~treet:s on Sundaylmorningm,at ~hter oVthe '~a,le' Waltea aanUd I wimam Mason to ] ity. All proceeds from the sale lager of the Chrysler-Plymouth[ rhEdSd:Yn~:n" e er! I ....... a'm # m and 11"oo A M The Fannie Moten .... ' . " ' " . ,, . for some 6a years ~ will go to youth-connected pro- [ Division, estimated that 25 000 qu sts ~he memb | ~n topic of sermon wrll be "'Be she operated the Antonette Beau- llndl V | {flwn hllrl'h [ ' ' ..... 3ects,' Larue stated. [dealers and salesmen will attend [ sh~p to obtain large cartons for 1 --- t/ones| wan ~ourselves ~s ~o~t- ~- i.~ r~,-~o~ w,,,.~ ~ i,....owu$ ..~,...v,,,, v....v.. ! ........... lfr d P ~ ............................. I t Items to be auctioned will con-[ the previews, v~hieh will feature [ the purpose of having their wives ,,,,,, eeK xrum' vir e wa " " .... _ ...... s a member of the Wamwmght I Mr Wil.l, am Mason, of Martins-/ sist of furniture and household [ a live musical show specially pro- [ store clothing etc in preparation |j' Rl?lt lrlJ uo~fins, zormer pastor o~ t~onvar u..,)~,-(o) ..... ~. . " ... '~ n items of a~l kinds, livestock and lduced for the meetings. [for the Kiwanis Rummage Sale toI |" ,~,~._.~:_, ,~..._..~. ...:h :.,,.~.. ~... ,-,'-~,-,~- "~---~,,. ! Durg, Wi'l'l De speaker at the even/ ~uetnou~ ,~zmrcu wm -~;,-- o= Survivin- a-e her husband ~t " - ....... _ - z ~ . I mg worsmp hour ~un~ay evenmgt other miscellaneous items, plus| Invited to the preview are the ! be held the 3rd week in Septem- I 1 It's Vital Part of guest s.peaKer, . ..... L he home;, and a half-br ther, |8'00 P M at the l eetown Baptist l a few surprises which will be do-[sales and management personnel Iber. Ed also says he will need I I .. It's A,, Vlta! ra _.Y rne P~ursery ~savarmtne ~o . h rcla "n na~ed by residents of the ~um-l~t~rleCsle~:v~ing Motors, Inc., of I h~lp from the Kiwanis Queens I 1 Your All I:toIrl rut .... ' ~"] Chnt Moten of New York. I c: u :. Su day School meets at[ ~o~l,a se.rvzces.. ..... _1 . 19:45 A. M. Everyone is cord,laity[ mit Point, Middleway, Rippon| Ion the d y prior to the sale. At l 1 ...... t~nurcla ~cno~l ~s nela at ~:3o ICHURCH SERVICES OF I invited to attend. There are class .and Kabletown communities. Sol-[ ' I this time all items will be stored [ 1 Th0 Potom~ Edl$on A. M. with classes for all ages. iCALYARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD [ es for/a,ll ages. [ lcitations are already underway. Read The Spirit-Advocate ' and priced. I L ..i. The Church invites you to comet "I:" ........... ! I -- --. / -l~ne ttev William 1-" r~eea, pas- ~ I an~wjr~n~yF will meet Sunda~tor of Calvary Assembly of Go*h! ~i[~n~m~n ~IIIMI|AR J~:[l~ [ ....... ~ ~ m~ mU ne . Y l II[II~EilII~IIII II~I, IIIIIVII III[~IU .... ~.. ~, a.~., m ~* ~e Ghurch, located on Fawf~x Blvd. [ ch' ~" ~" ,~h~.' c~ MYu' " i" ~""e* ' anct r'lltn a e. n nan,son, ann- t .. ,- .n ~, , ~ I i~lCll JL U Ol JL" I/V 11 IIIK7 t. ., ; ..... , I ounces the ollowmg schedule of AI 2)0KIn M0unlaln, t'a. [ ...... H .... .~ o. V,~et, ...... "~' ~" services for Sunday and subse-I - I vedere Heights, Sunday e~enmgl . : . quent week mghts ] 1 Sun&y With 246 Present t at 6:30 p. m. Sr. Choir rehearsal ' "" Wednesday at 8 p m The Cam-I Sunday School a 10:00 a. m. mission on Missions," Chairman[ Mornin:g Worshiip ~ 11:00... I The 20~h annual Wazaman re-I Mrs. J. W. Carroll, Thursday at[ j unaaY" venmg r vangeusuc lur ion was .held Sunday Aug 14, ! 8 p.m. [oervtce u't ~:o~ l at the South Mountain, Pa. Fire 7 ~ I Tuesday, Christ's Ambassadors Itall because of the incliment "~kT ] meet a,t 7:30 p.m. weather, with 246 members of Z"I N i ~1 It | lil~liilq Thursday ,Bible tSudy at 7:30 the family present i | ?]~/=Ii~ ?.m. Mrs. Ephraim Wagaman of ~y I ~ ~ " I Ranson was honored for being i Friendly Class To Hold [the oldest person present and I ,1 | ( Iil | ( i Watermelon Feast Ralph Sager was named president i J ~ The Friend:ly Class f the ~ f the Reunin rganizatin fr [ ~~ ! *,,~ ,~...n.~ ~**~.~ x~ ~,~,~ v " - next year . , ...... ............ AsbuL Methodist Church will h " i o er e a T ose from Charles Town and l .h ld a wa,t melon F ast t the [ . Ranson present were: Mrs E. S., S 0 N 0 TON E Jefferson County Memorml Park, Wa-a~- r~ ..a ~.~ "n~,~h on Monday August29, beginning " ~ .......................... ~'" . . Sager, Mr and Mrs Pete Fauble, Of Hagerstown at 6:30 P M In case of ram zt wrl,1 Mr a - ~'I "1 7" "~ - "" be held at t'he church . n~t rs. frank t~oogers, ~vtr. ROY R. FURR, Manager and Mrs. William Boyd and son, a thief?What of the salesman or .;:!: 733 South Potomac Street iI Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725.5391 No other monument can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages" Monument available only from your Rock of Ages Authorized Dealer. Attend Church This Week [ Ill [ THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 lIHllll I Ill I I I I SUnE of a full month's profit each and every month! Save by the 10th; earn from the 1st. 4% PER ANNUM SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. ' 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. @ Dial RE 9-1001 |i 1 I/" I IIi Marflnsburg Granite Works, 109 West John St. Martinsburg, W. Va. Telephone - 267-6141 FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner -::=:-:HEAR .... Dr. CARL MclnTIRE Director - 20th CentmT Reformation Itour Collingswood, New Jersey Faith & Freedom "Cow Pasture" Rally --ONE NIGHT ONLY-- THURSDAY MARTINSBURG, W. VA. Hamilton Horner Farm on Rt. 45 halfway between Shepherd~town & Martinsburg , Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Day and son, Marjorie Hough, Patricia Painter, of Ranson; Mrs. Judy Dyche Boyd and Linda and Buddy Day of Berryville; Caroline Boyd of Hall- town and Brenda Piper of the Bloomery. Deputy VA Director To Be In Charles Town, September 9, 23 Announcement was made this week by Ray L. Sencindiver, dep- uty director of the West Vir- ginia Department of Veterans Affairs office in Martinsburg that fll " he w" ~e a~ the Legion ttome in Charles Town Sept. 9 and 23 for the purpose of assisting war vet- erans, their dependents, or bene- ficiaries, wFth government bene- fits to which they may be enbitled Use The Classifieds i LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIO D|LIYERIE8 OF KABLE OIL CO, INC. DISTRIBUTOR Amertes'e tiN411 sher, the hmU ~mu m ~feMh kr~littltm $3.00 Per Week CHARLE TOWN, GAS CO, INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. EVERYONE WELCOME! manufacturer who knowingly rot, advertises his product? Is he a thief? What, about the used-car salesman who turns back the speedometers of his cars or the corporation executive who. con- spires with other firms to fix prices? Are they thieves? If you are a consumer, your answer is probably a resounding ~YES!" Good going there but don't stop now! There are more thieves on the loose in your community! Perhaps, where you work?'No thieves there," you say. Ah but you must look more closely for these men are subtle. A subtle thief is still a thief. Ear example, there's the thief who pilfers petty amounts of his employer's pro- ducts, tools or raw materials. Such p e t t y amounts?" you pro- test, your face reddening. There's also the subtle thief who cheats on his lunch time, his coffee breaks, and clean-up time at the end of the day. ~You're becoming " a bit personal, aren't you?" you say with a trace of belligerence in your voice. There there's the thief who makes a real art out of making six hours of real work appear to be eight hours' worth. Call It Business? What of the man who pads his expense account a little or inflates his deductions on his income tax report form? How about the person who ~lifts" little souvenirs when he travels, hotel towels, ash- trays, etc? Come rrow, you answer me, y0u're taking this too far. ~ This was also the charge that was leveled at the Prophet Amos in his day. People felt he was very picayune in his pronounce- ments of condemnation. The eighth commandment, they said, ~You shall not steal," identified e thief as one who took someone else's property by violence or by stealth. To Amos, however, itwas obvious that there were other forms of thievery more subtle but no less sinful. He condemned the merchants who made additional profits with rigged scales, de- ceptive merchandise, or inflated prices. This idiot doesn't understand business," his enemies retorted. He understood it and it was be- cause he understood it as a violat- ion of the will of God, that he condemned it. What they called ~business" he called %in." Would he say an~hing less of what some of us today call ~making a living," ~ getting ahead," "playirig R cool"? Who's a thief? Maybe you? (~k~ed o~ outlines copyr'~ahted by I~ D|vi,lon ot Clw'~fiem Eddcafion. N~Io~I Cm~mll ot Ihe Churches ~ Christ in Ihe U, S. A. Released IW C~nm~nily Pres~ Servko.| "Our Response To G0d's Word," Sermon Topic For Lutherans On Sunday St. Thomas Evangelical Luther- an Church Corner of Noi't,h Mil- dred Street and Seventh Aven~e Ranson; Richard E. Neal, pastor. Sunday, August 28 - Matins at 8:30 a~ 8:30 and ~he Service at 11:00 a .m.: sermon, "Our Respon se to God's Word". Nursery held during worship for pre-school children. Sunday ChurCh School at 9:45 a. m. for adults, young men and women, and children 5ames E/Brand, Superintendent. Choir rehearsal on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. ATT 'D CIIU READ The CLASSIFIEDS .An artist takes a strip 'of glass with flaws and imperfec- tions (something you and I would carelessly discard), and trans- forms it into stained glass of unbelievable beauty. And God makes possible another transformation.., although our souls are scarred, He can help us develop into creatures of inward beauty and usefulness. Through Him we can learn to overcome weakness with new- found strength. We can learn to have faith because w.e know the anguish of despair. We can learn to love--both God and man--- because we know the emptiness of living without love. Through regular church attendance and prayer, we too, can transform our flaws and weaknesses into beauty of character and fitness of pta'p0 . Copyrtsht I~66, KeSf~, Adverting $rvk~, !'nc., etra,bur~, V..,, WHE CHURCH FOR AL~ ALL FOR THE CHURC~ The Church is the greatesl; factor on earth for the build- ing,of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without; a strong church, neither democracy nor civilizatior~ can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (1} For his own sake. (2) For his chil. dren's sake. (3) For the ~dte of his community and nation. (4} For the ~ke of the Church itaelf, which need~ his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and :end your Bibl~ daily. Sunday Job 40:6-14 Monday Psalms 27:1-6 Tue:doy Psalms 96:1-6 Wednesday Romans 12:1-8 "1"hurray I Corinthians i:18-25 Friday Esheslans :1-10 Sat:rday Hebrews 1 L32-40 ! L THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEK SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W: WAGELEY, INC. Dial 725,2921 Charles Town, W. Via KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 25-7510 Charles Town, W. Vs. SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative, Inc. RANBON, W. VA. J. C. PENNEY CO. "ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" Charles Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone 725-5511 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER McCLURE B. WILLINGHAM, Owner Phone 725-9904 Charles Town, W. Vs. The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherd,town Phone 876-2683 H. S. CLAPPER, JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill-Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Charles Town, W. VL JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO, INC. SHERWIN-~S PAINTB Phone 5-2245 Charles Town, W. VS. HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE . 725-7072 -- 725-7071 \ POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORF S RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W. Vs.. Leesbur , Vs. Shepherd, town, W. VL RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725-5621 Ran,on, W. Vs. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTI CTOR AI, C CENTER North George St. Phone 5-S51tl WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE $. SENSENEY, Owner Cluu'les Town, W. Vs. LEGGETY'S DEPT. STORE HOME of BETrF2g VALUES Charles Town. W. Via