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" ar Sunday School at 10:00 a.m.frankly expressed read De Morning Worship at 11:00. Abby" regularly in THE BALTI- Sunday Evening Evangelistic MORE NEWS AMERICAN Service at 7:30. , ON SALE AT YOUR LOCAL Tuesday, Christ s Ambassadors NEWSDEALER meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Bible Study at 7:30 ~dg$~.$~~~i;~2;:~ o.m. SUMMIT POIHT SPECIAL P-G MAIL RATE .~ FOR MILITARY READERS Mrs. Stuart Crim "Christians t W0A," Sermon i~ The Post-Gazette has announc- ~~.~:~,~:i~,a$1~.~~m~lll ed special reduced mail subscrip- Mr and Mrs. Howard L. Ware, SubJ t Sunday tion rates for members of the Jr., and their three sons Les, Jim- armed forces. You can send him my and Keith, of Millsboro, De]a, At Luthl n Church I news from home to anywhere in were recent visitors at the home the world. , of the former's brether-in-law and "Christians At Work," will b~*L Pittsburgh s great sports news si,ster, Mr. and Mot. Robert Light paper will keep him posted on and children, Bobby and Linda. the sermon subject Sunday, Sep. 4, for the 8:30 Matins and 11 a.m. the Pirates in spring training, Worship service at St. Thomas the latest Steeler trades, basket- Lutheran Church, Ranson, it was ball at Pitt and Duquesne and announced b the Rev Richard complete Hornet hockey coverage Y " ' 'i E. Neal, pastor. Nursery held dur Send him the Post-Gazette, ehel ing worship for pre-school child- want to reau it ou g ry ten. Sunday Church School at ~spare moment. 9:45 a. m. for adults, young me n~l .. You can begin mall subscript- and women, and children; James ions to anyone in the military E. Brand, Superintendent. TU~e service for only $6.75 for six day, Church Council meets at t months Send check or money parsonage at 8:00 p. m. Thursday order and his complete service Choir rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. address to: Post-Gazett Mail Sub- scription Dept., Box 957, Pitts- CHURCH SERVICES OF burgh, Pa. 15230. CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD The ReD. William P. Reed, paR- Youth 0f Hal"0wn ~or of Calvary Assembly of God Church, located on Fairfav Blvd. #~ ....... .,. and Fifth Ave. in Ranson, ann- Church Ut 50d Will ounces the following schedule of services for Sunday and subse- quent week nights. Collect Papers 01d The youth of the Church of God, HaHtown, will pick up old "~ T H E news papers anytime. Anyone hay ing any old newspapers, please MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. I c ll Pastor Harold Snyder, 725- 5723, Charles Town, W. Va. C O L 0 N I A L t GOOD ADVICE: RETD FUNERAL HOME "DEAR ABBY" ] The most popular columnist of Charles Town ]her kind in America. "Dear Abby" gives you advice on affairs Shepherdstown of the home and heart, teens and 725-7068.PHONES-876-2683 citizens. For good advice, H OLD DOMINION & 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-2811 COLOR Black & White Amectee'e Ih~4ml ' ~ washer, me tmv eN affo, r4k bulilllej $3.00 Per Week On Sunday the Lights had visiting them Mr..and Mrs. John Welty and children, Johnny, Mike and Oonnie, of Wa/nesboro, Pc. Miss Kate Biller is a patient in the Gharles Town General Hospi- tal having been admitted on Sun- day morning for observation and treatment. The Reverend and Mrs. William Brook returned home on Friday evening from Beverley, Mass., Where they spent the past week ,isiting relatives. Mrs. John Hendricks of Shep- herds'town, spent Wednesday of last week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs Thomas Lemon. Miss Heater" Rowland of Win- chester, Va., was a visitor on Sun- day at the home of Miss Frances Coleman. W.S.C.S. to Meet The Women's Society of Chris- tian Service of the Methodist Ohurch will meet on Wednesday evening, Aug. 7, at ~the home of Mrs. James H. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry spent last weekend motoring through southeastern Virginia and Mary- land. Leaving Saturday evening, they spent the night in Rich- mond, Va., and, on Sunday morn- ing motored to Norfolk, Va. From there they crossed the James River and drove to the eastern Shore of Maryland by way of the Chesapeake Bay Tunnel, recross- ing the bay by way of the Chesa- peake Bay bridge and arriving back home on Sunday evening. The Misses Lucy and Alice Farnsworth of Washington, D. C., spent last week visiting at the Come of their sister and brother, Miss Edna and Mr. Holmes F 'rns- worth. Injured in Farm Accident Paul Dailey, son ef Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dailey, is a patient in the Charles Town General Hos- pRal having been admitted there ot~ Saturday for treatment of in- luries sustained when his ann became caught in the rollers of a field chopper. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs Elwood Cheshire and children, Deborah, John and Patricia, were Mr. and Mrg. Cecil Beverage and children, Mary Frances and Jim, and the for- mer's mother, Mrs. Clawson Bey- erage, all of M, arlinton, and Don- ald Pollard of the Job Corps Cen- ter near roar. Little Miss Trina Propps of Hew Mgk Production 6~7 lbs, of butterfat in 305 days. SPIRIT OF :JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Driswood Symbol Sue 5428753, a ] THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.1966 three-year-old, had 18,399 lbs. of l ~ Records Reported For milk and 605 lbs. of butterfat in[ed to staff sergeant July 28 in the battalion~ 339 days. All are owned by Will-] tam E. Walker, Driswood Farm,[Germany, Where he is serving I Wackernheim. Holsteins In Section Shenandoah Junction. [w~th the 708th Maintenance Batta- Sgt. Keyton iRa 1956 gra These new production figures| lion. I of Martinsburg Hig.h School, [may be compared to the estimat-] Sgt. Keyton entered on active' tinsburg, and was employed Brattleboro, Vermont - Milk and [ ed annua'l output of 7,880 lbs. of | duty in May 1956 and was station- : Owens-Illinois Glass Co., in ( butterfat production levels estab- ] milk and 285 abs. of butterfat by ed at Vihn Long, Vietnam. before go, Ill., before entering the t ItChed by Registered Holbein [ the average U. S. diary cow, notes attiring overseas in November His wife Mary, lives at 7310 Cows in this area have been re-I the national Holstein Association. 1965. He is a supply sergeant in bow dr., Louisville Ky. nWF]trhSe0:tetmberW~X1ported by Holstein-Friesian Assoc iation of America. The individual[ West Virginia University super- Lesso 966 lactations were tested under off,t-] vised the sampling, weighing and i i i m i B i ciai ,supervision. testing operations in cooperationF O R Y O U R Vicinity cows listed in the Hol- with the Holstein organization's Ikxl*otoumJ Scripture: Exodu,20:16;Levlticusl9:lSt herd and breed improvement pro- Proverb$ 2bdS-28; Matthew 12;33-37;Elahes~na stein report are: 4,15, 25, 29-31, ~rn e, 1:26. grams, Dtvofional R~: Prover~ 26:18-24, 28. ~Sficks and stones ma.~. break my bones, but names wm never hurt me." Don't count on ill There are times when names and words my be just as harmful or more than sticks and stones. M~ A few words on your highschool ~!i~ or college record i~ii~ean shape your ~ vocational Ills. ~~I?~ The words, ~ I do," spoken be- ~~fore a minist~ or JusUce of the can spell ~lB~egE~%.:im a life-time coin* Rev. Althomm mitment. The rumor, however untrue, san wi~eck one's reputation. A few words spoken hastily and in anger may erect.a b arrle~ be- tween 6u~selves and another. Words can be very powerful Every Careless Word It is not m rpristng then that Jesus drives to the heart of the ninth commandment, "You shall not bear false witness... when he says: ~I tell you, on the day of judgement men will render account for every" careless word they utter.~ (Matthew 12:36 RSV); Have yout~ver given ~erious thought to thatwarnlng?Mymi~.. is staggered Just with the thought of having to sit and listen to the playback of every careless word I've ever spoken. Doesn't it shake you a little to. hear Jesus say~ ~For by your words.., you will be condemned'? In ancient Rome, we are told, when sculptors aecidenta11_~ chipped thelr statues, they woul often fill in the chipped places with wax that was of the same color as the marble. Honest sculptors who desired to dis- tingulsh their works from those filled-in with wax would stmnp their statues with the words sine cera, meaning ewithout wax." It is from this practice that we have derived our term, sincere. Lit- era]ly, It means ~wi~out wax," or better ktill: without deeeptlon- Sophisticated Lies This is exactly the kind of speech which Jesus. wanted: with- out deception. ~ut why ~e so hard-nozed about little decep- tions? He knew full well thatwhen one tries to distinguish between ~big~ and ~]itfle~ deceptions, he usttally loses his pOwer to de- termine what is ~big~ and what is ~little." .Allow deception to enter a' small part of our lives and we "soon find that we have learned the dubious art of deceiving our- selves. Falsehood becomes a way Flashy Curtiss 4813907, a six- year-old, produced 22,580 lbs, of milk and 702 lbs. of butterfat in 316 days. Sensation Creston Barta 4308988, a nine-year-old, had 16, 040 ~bs. of milk and 574 lbs of butterfat in 287 days. Both are owned by Robert S. Butler, Mar- tinsburg. Driswood Posch Var 4478997, a seven-year-old, produced 20,228 lbs. of milk and 756 tbs. of butter fat in 305 days. Driswood Burke Var Vamalo 4969339, a five-year- ~ld, had 19,357 lbs of Milk and Charles E. Keyt0n Promoted To Staff Sergeant in Germany Wackernheim, Germany (AHT NC) - Charles W. Keyton, 27. son of Robert W. Keyton, 209 E. Bu- rke st., Martinsburg, was prompt- Metal Doors - Metal Frames And Re-Enforcing Steel Products for Concrete CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA. THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 Harry is "showing-off"--and he certainly has a most appreciative audience! We all "show-off" sometimes, in one way or another. It's a natural human tendency, and we can't be blamed for expressing it occasionally. And we are not apt to overdo it if we discover the need for humility. Church is one place where this lesson can be learned. In God's House, we knov instinctively how small we really are, which makes us more thankful for both His love and compassion. We need this sense of coming down to size. We need to look with humble eyes at ourselves, at our fellow men, and at the miracles of God's creations. Yes --- we need to go to church. t SALES - SERVICE ANTENNAS INSTALLED Ranges - Refrigerators Air Conditioners-Washers A FINE SELECTION OF MEALY BEDDING Save NOW for fun, later! CURRENT PATE 4 A% PER ANNUM SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. @ Dial RE 9.1001 CHAPd.ES TOWN Charles Town spent last week vis- of life that is made no less Ring at the home of her aunt and dan~rnu~ -by th~ fact that we GAS C0., INC. uocie, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton. cov'e'~it'~v-ltl/='a v-e~zee-r-of s--ophis=- 'THe" ~.~.C. FOl~ At.t. Entertain at Family Gathering tication. Just as the subtle thief ALL P'OR THE CHURCH ........... I is still a thief, the sophisticated 114 North Charles Street mr anct ars. rnmp t reamer t .,m. The Church is the greatest factor CHARLES TOW'N, W. VA. entert,ained a large group of rel- I -"'T'l ls"is p'arttcul arly true on earth for the building of character atzves at their home, Locust ' " [ if your Busin&s is advertising, andgood citizenship. It is a store- ' @ @ O @" Grove," on Sunday afternovn, the[ public relations, promotion, or house of spiritual values. Without a annual gathering being held a~| propaganda. "In these a fair strong Church, neither democracy I} @ this time each year to celebrate [ amount:of dishonesty tstolerated, nor civilization can survive. There 0 R j V E the bir hd.s of Mr Cre=er,s, even exited, one,akes,oo fop. ovo* sister, Miss Anna Creamer of I seriously the amazing advertising person should attend services regu- ( harles Town, and his young [ claims. The promises of the poll- larly and support the Church. They ' daughter, Julie, who was celebrat-] tician arenot ex _p~__~d to ~at~kthe~e are: (1)For his own sake. (2, For his i ing her eighth birthday. About [ t at Yorl v ~ the children'Shis communitysake" and(a) FOrnation.the sake(4) Forf O N T | eighty-five relatives were on nana | v ..... ~. ~'-~t,~.. ~Jt~h = the sake of the Church itself, which to enjoy the delicious and bounti-/ : S E : gram oi salt 'l~e $oplllsncat~Glie ~ ~opydgM I966.Kdsfer Adoert~ng Serves, ~'ne., $tradmrff, Ve. laeeds his moral and material support- Plan to go to church regularly and t ful picnic droner and the beauts-[ f, ,=~.o,. *-, :..o.,*,~ fully decorated birthday cake | ........... ~ ....... read your Bible daily. which was served later in theJ Truth In l.ova afternoon. [ So, ~You shah not bear false .,~,. , [ Mr. James Dunn has been a pa-[ witness." says the commandmta~t~ d_~w - "--'-~--"-- ~,~ele~ Soturdav : ON T [tientintheWinehesterMemorial|AndJesusadds:'-..mettwtlI ~ Sunder 7C:hlr~-n8'esMndy . Tuesdoy Wednesdoy ThursdoY ~ I I Hospital, having been admitted[ render account for everyeareless F~ ~: e I, Ml~tT~25w l~:~k_~, . I there on Thursday for observa-| word they utter.." The Christian ~o~].o~{ [ tion and treatment, but expects to[ ethic, nowever, .m not Om~dC0n: I r~R-drn ~o his home early thisl cernea wtm what one snou not ~ ~ [OakJWeek'Ridge, N.J.," were guests: ftl shouldsveak'~.Pth in love" ,E~h~~5~:-bUtspeak'als with,what.The writernO of ~ ~" ~ ~. ~ ~" ~ ~" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "~ ~ ~ ~ ~" ~ T ~ ~" I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fellers o E heslaus terms R'% .... =-t!m INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEK j over the weekend at the home of ""Truth, likelife,' ~he @or~er',s brother and sister- and' private p~opefl~; is a.g~ THESE FIRM~, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fei- from God. Its purpose ~ to help lets, M.iss Sallie PeR,on and Mr. man, nottohu~thin~ Truth*must ,INE For instant starts, long mileage, and smooth all around performance it's today's big gasoline value. Try a tankful. The Motor Oil That Fights Engine Knock] DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ransom W. Va. Phone 725.2215 Sl~inner Poston. Churchwomen to Meet The Episcopal Churchwomen of Ohurch of the Holy Spirit will meet at 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening, Aug. 6, at the home Of Mrs. Stuart Crim. All members .are urged be present. Miss Jeanne Lemon had visit- ing her over the past wed md ,two friends from Petecsburg, Va. Mrs. Marie Lancaster and her daughter, Mrs, Ruth Patton, both of Winchester, Va., were visitors on Saturday ai ernoon at the home of Mrs. John Marshall. Miss Shirley Macoughtry, Mr. W O. Macoughtry and Mr. and M 's. Stuart Crim were among those attending the picnic of the Jefferson CoUnty Democratic As- socia Aon at the Community Cen- ter near Bardane on Wednesday evening of last week. never be used to destroy others. This, then, is God's lntehtion for human eImeth: with love and wlth0ut wax. " (~s~d on ~allin~ co~yr;gbted by lke Oivtd~ el Chrisli~n I~caKo~, hi~l r~g d Chu~c~ of .Ck~ t. tl~ U~ S. A. I~wml W f~m s~j MOP SPEEDS JOB To apply stain to a wood Pa~i{ deck without getting" down ~on your': hands and knees, use a'spo- nge mop : the kind youM use' to clean' the kRchen floor. The mop picks up a :good quanitity of stain and spreads it quickly and easily. have not as yet turned in *heir project circulars are requested, to do ~ at t~his meeting:" Miss Patrici i Cheshire and brother, John Cheshire, spent t~t Mrs. Larry Will and children, week m Hmnpshtre Ooumy !st,- Larry Jr., and Tina, spent sev- mg at the .hom'es of d Mrs. eral days last week Visiting at the Norman Michael; Mr. and Mrs. home of her parents, Mr. and CParence Gheshire and family, in Mrs. Harry Weaver, in Broadway, Augusta. W. Va.. and with Mr. Va. They were joined there by and Mrs. Hobart Klinc and fam- Mr. Will on Saturday evening, re- turning to their home on Stlnday. Demonstration Club to Meet The Summit Point Home Dem- onstration Club~Will meet at'7:45 .o'clock, DST, on Thursday eve- ,niftg, Aug.:8, at he home Of Mrs. All who ily in Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W, Crim 'had visiting wi~h them at M0ftte View" last week their grandchil- dren, Libby and Scotty Stagner of Charles Town and their young cousin, Michael Edwards, of Adel- CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MeCLURE B. WILLINGHAM Owner Phone 72S'9904 Charles Toma, W. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial Charles Town, W. Va. i KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 72S.7510 Charles Town, W. Va. SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative, Ins. R/LNSON, W. VA. J. C. PENNEY CO. ',ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" Charles Town, W. Va. J. RUSSELL FRITTS,.INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W. VL Phone 725-5511 RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE - 725-7072 -- 725-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. VL Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME 8hep wn Pl one 876.2663 H. S. CLOPPER, SR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill-Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Charles Town, W. To. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 72S-224 Charles Town, W. VL HALLTOWN PAPERBoARD CO. HALLTOWN, W. VA. LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME of BETYER VALLrF- " Charles Town, W. Va. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORl RANSON, W. V A. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. V Mar burg, W. V'- - Leesb N, VL Shepherdstown, W. VL RANSOM MACHINE WORKS Phone 725-5621 Ranson, W. Va J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George SL - Phone 725- 10 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J. E. SENSENEY, Owner Charles Town, W. VL