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"'4 +" + +, + b.. , . . . ,, . . ,: i ,, _ lft[/lI not until 1876 thaJt ably be the largest in the historyi SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE mbX,, Obadiahz Rev. William Wade T0 Thur~+y,p.m. Choir rehea~al ,t 8:00 Navy ado~ Morsel ,, , ~ ,, of the fair with livestock coming l 4--B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1959 De, otio.., a,~ai.: Z~ann T0 . tltlry notoniy from+W. Va. butTrom] some of the surrounding states. ] A I! 011]m Community Center Assoc. Meeting, tending this annual meeting and Camp Frame. Many of these pep- Be freest Preacher At Kiwanians, Families [ Publnc Serwce flqe I Mr. Henry Snyder, President of I helpiag the directors to make de- ple ~have fond memories of good Lutheran Church Sunday Enjoy Picnic At Park Commission of ] ~ ...... ,the Community Center Associat-Icisions and plans for the future, rimes that they have had :at camp ion has announced that .the post- I Camp Frame Dinner In order for this camp ~o go a- ~ West Virginia : J" ~" ~avme poned amnual mee`ting of the Com A beef +barbecue dinner will ,be head and serve the purpose for The Rev. I~tchard E. Neal, pas- The Kiwanis Club held its an- Charleston i munity .Center Association will be l~ield at Camp Frame near ,Hedges- w, hich it was started i.t is very ira- yOU WOULD uever t~ held Tuesday mght, Septem'ber 8 villa, W. Va., September 12 f~om portant that ,these ~mprovemen~s Rev.tr announcedWilli~m A.'MndaYwade, D.thatD. theof ~Iemorialnual picniCparkin lastJeffersnThursdayCUntYev-! Entered ,by ,the PUBLIC SER-!] Come To The Fair at 8:00 P. M. DST at .the Commun 5:00 to 7:00 p. m. for .the ,purpose be made. such a fool lived on et Lovettsvalle, Vs., will be guest ening. More ~an 100 Kiwanians, VICE CG~ION OF Vv~ESTi September 3, 4 and 5 are the lty Center Building at Bardane.of ra~ising money to be used in Tickets for the dinner ale ' .also try to go against God. g P preacher at St. Thomas ~ubheran wives, children and guests were :V~INIA, at ~he C'~pitol in `the dates of the seventh annual Jeff- This meeting ~had .to be postpon drillin another well at the cam available ,at the County Ex.tension not only have been m* Church, Ranson Su~nday morning present. ,City of Charleston on ~e 24th day arson County F-air. This year the ed because of the small number and making a start on inst~lling Office m ,the Court House in Char- there are such nowact Sept. 6 for the 11 a. m. %Vorship The aotivibies began at 6:00 p. of August, 1959. fair will be held at the Shenan- that attended before. I.t is felt this showers and better .toilet :facilit- les Town. you and I, dear Reader, Service. The nursery will :be held m. when +the swimming pool was CA~E NO. 4999 doah ,Downs t~cetrack. Everyone small attendance was due ,to the ies for the camp. two of them. Look at the during the service and Sunday S~ool will :be ~t 9:45, t~obert Stone superintendent. Wednesday, all United Lutheran C-~urch Women meet-2:00 ~p. m. Circle 1 (Mrs. Guy Ebersole) meets a+t 1;he home of ,Mrs. Earl Bane; 2:00 p. m. Circle II (,Mrs. Donald ~nyder) meets at the home of :Mrs. S. W. Link; 8:00 p. m. Circle III (Mrs.,~ R4chard ,Neal) open free for all; with the 100 de- gree temperature the ~poo'I soon 'fill ed up. At 7:15 with Leo Widmyer in charge, a delacious dinner, con- sisting of ham, bread and b~tter, slaw, baked beans and pickle was served. The dessert consisted of cake and soft drinks. From ,the number of v2~ildren presen`t, it was *apparent ~hat Ki- wanis would bays a lot of recruits for a long tame to come. Congress held responsible ffor hi,~h U. S. spending. meets at the home of ,Mrs. P. D. ,Fearnow; 8:00 p. m. Circle IV (Mrs. Herbert Olson) meets at the home of Mrs. Leon Longerbeam. From a purr to a roar, smooth listening is yours at all times with Sonotone's latest hearing-seeing duet -- a slim-trim eyeglass hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Auto- matic Volume Control) to soften sudden, loud noises. Fashion-thin temples for both men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" styles for those who don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 or Charles Town 825 OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY! Intending to Discontinue Dairying, and moving to town, I will sell the Following Real Estate and Personal Property, located 2 miles Northwest of Clearbrook, Va., on what is known as the Cedar Hill Road, ~,t Grimes, Vs., Frederick County, on ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 BEGINNING AT 11:30 A. M. (E. S. T.) 17 - HEAD DAIRY CATTLE - 17 Five Holstein Cows, full flow of milk; Holstein Cow, will frev~hen by day of sale or shortly after; 2 Guernsey Heifers, bred; Guernsey Heifer, open; 3 Holstein Heifers, open; Hereford Heifer, approx. 650-1bs.; Registered ltolstein l~ull Calf. This herd T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to CITY OF C~A.~LES TOW~, u is urged to attend the ,fair at least municipal corporation, AOpliea~ion one day and take kn ,the ,livestock for consent and approval of pur- ex~bits, commercial exhibits, chase of WaLter-works system, for issuance of a certifloa~[l of ,public convenience to ~urni~h water ser- vice, and for approval of rates and charges for w a~er service. VJHEP~EAS, on August 24, 1959, the Ci,ty of Charles Town, a mun icipal corporation, filed an appli- catIpn, duly verified, ,pr~ying /or the ~ollowing: (1) The Commission's consent to and approval of he ,purchase 'by .the City of Charles Town of the w~ter+works system at Char- les Town and ~nson, ~rom the Peoples Water Service Company homemaking exhibits consisting of canning, :baking, sewing, etc. The 'big flower show, the 4-H Exhibit, ,the Hay & Grain, ~eget~bles, Poul try and ,Pvu~t. This year there will be a carni- val in connecticm with ,the fair. Grandstand entertainment will be presented each eyeing and SatLlrday afternoon. One admiss- ion fee will .take you through all the exhibits and pay your way to Vhe ,grandstand entertainment. The ,livestoek exhibit will prob- of West Virginia. (2) The issuance of a certificate .+ @f public convenience and necess- ity to the City of Charles Town ~o furnish water service in said .areas and ~ei~.ties. (3), Upon the consum,ma~on of said ,transaction ~ha~ ~he Ci`ty of ~ Charles Town +be pervni,tted and + author~ze~ ~o place in effect ,the ,~ following schedules of rates ~nd charges for said service: Schedule No. 1 Applicable in entire ~territory served. ,* AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE Available for general dome~*lc, comanercial and indus~ria~ service. METER RATE .First 10,000 gallons ~sed per month $0.60 per ,thousand gallons. .+ Next 30,000 gallons used per month 0.50 per thousand gallons. Next 30,000 gallons used per month 0.40 per thousand gallons.- Next 30,000 gallons used per , mvn`th 0.30 per $housand gallons. Next 100,000 g~llons used per + month 0.20 per Chousand gallons. * All over 200,000 gallons used per ' month 0.18 per thousand gallons. MINIMUM CHARGE No bill will be rendered for less ~han the following amou,nts, ac- cording to ~he size o~ ~he meter installed, to-~d: %" or %" x 34 ~VIeter $1.50 per mon, th ~" Meter $2.15 per mon%h I" Meter $3.85 .per month 1V4" Meter $6.00 ~er mon%h 1Vz" Meter $8.65 per month 2" Meter $15.40 per month 3" Meter $34.60 per month 4" Meter $61.50 per month 6" Me,ter $138.50 :Per mon.th FLAT RATE For domestic, commercial or in- dustrial customers-S1.50 per mon- +th. PROMPT PAYMENT DISCOUNT A discoun~ of 5% o~ ,the amount of the bill shall be .allowed if paid within te~n (i0) d~ys of ,the date thereof. RECONNECTION CHARGE Where service is disconnected because of non paymen,t a charge of $5.00 shatl be made for recon- nection 'to the system. Schedule No. ~ ! Applicable ~n armoire ,territory ser red. AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE Available for public ~ire protec- tion service.. RATE Fire Hydrants, each $36.00 per annum. PROMPT PAYMENT DISCOUNT OR DELAYED PAYMENT PENALTY ,None. Schedule No. 3 Applicable in entire territory served. AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE sale and all are bred by Curtis Candy. Individual hearth Available .for private fire protec tion service. certificates will be given for tnterestate shipment. Worthy RATE the attention of prospective buyers. ,Fire Hy(h'ants, each $36.00 per DAIRY EQUIPMENT annum ~Sp~inkler heads, each $.10 per Six Can Milk Cooler, 14 ten gallon milk cans, can rack, Electric DeLaval 514 Cream Separator, Buckets and Strainer. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Two Bedroom Suites complete; 3-Piece Living Room Suite; Dinette Set, 2 Sewing Machines, (one electric); Chest, End! Tables, Lamps. Gossip ~Bench, and Other Household Articles .that are not listed. MISCELLANEOUS h. p. Chief Garden Tractor, with attachments; garden plow, 40-ft. ladder, wheelbarrow, shovels, mattocks, picks, rake, hog trough, and other articles too numerous to men- tion. 900 BALES MIXED HAY; 1939 CHEVROLET 1~6 TON PICK-UP TRUCK, recently rebuilt motor. REAL ESTATE TRACT OF LAND NO. 1--Consisting ot Acres, with Modern Frame Dwelling with 5 rooms, bath, oil furnace, built-in fire place, built-in kitchen, water heater, aluminum storm windows, venelia+n blinds, aluminum awnings, built-in back porch and large front porch; double block garage, block building 12x20 feet, and other necessary outbuildings. TRACT OF LAND NO. 2--Consisting of 20:~ Acres, ap- prox. 15 acres in Walnut, Oak and Locust Timber, rest cleared, with frontage on Cedar Hill Road. TERMS::--CASH on Personal Property. TERMS ON REAL ESTATE:--10% down d~y of sale, balance within 30 days upon delivery of deed. HARRY IS. HARTLEY PHONE WIN CH STER MO 2-3945 annum. PROMPT PAYMENT DISCOUNT OR DELAYED PAYMENT PENALTY None. It is ordered +daa~ leave be grant ed ,to anyone interested *to file ob- je~ton to said application with the Commission at any rime on or before t~he 14`th day of September, 1959, and that %his ,ma~ter be set for hearing to be ,held ia ,the Com- mission's Hearing Room at the Capi.tol ~n .the CLty of Charle_zton on the 14.~h day off September, 1959 at ten o'clock a, m. Eastern Standard Time, at which ,time and place the applicant s'hal,1 appear to prosecute its ,application and any one may appear and make such objeotion ~eroto ,as may be deem ed proper. It is ,furkher ordered Chat ,the ~9 plicun~t, the City of Charles Town give notice of the riling of its said ~pplieation and of ,the time and place of hearing thereon by post- ing a copy of ,this order ~t ~he office of the Peoples Water Ser- vice Company of West Virginia at Charles Town and Ran~on ~here j presen.t bills ~or w a~er service are ~paid, for ra ,pel~od o.f at least fif- teen (15) days prior ,to .the 14th day of September, 1959, +for Pub- llc inspeetlon and ,by l~b]ish~ng a copy of this order once e~eh week for ,two t2) successive weeks, ~e firs% publication "to be made at least fir`teen (15) days prior ,to the 14th day of ~eptem.ber, 1959 ~n a newspaper l~Xblished and of gener al cireuh~tion in the Coun,ty of Jefferson, making due return thereof on or ,before %he day of he~.ring. A COPY Te~te: M. F. Wn~h~, Jr. Aug. 27.2T- heavy rain that .fell the nigher of All of the food used in serving Animal Welfare Society Aagv.st 17. ~.veryone that is in- ,the dinner, all of ,~he 'labor in pre- terested i~ t,he Community Can- W. I). ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Luncheon Rights lteuerved. 'Sept. 3 - 2t. ter Building is urged to attend t~is meeting. The Community Cen ter ,Buiiding serves many different grottps during .the year and is a very sa1~isfactory place to hold a meeting, dinner, party or dance. The up-keep, managemen,t and scheduling of the building is ,all done by people that volunteer ~heir time and by money ,that is donated ,by ,groups ,that use .the building. It is, therefore, import- ant tha`t ~hese groups and organ- ;izations show their interest by at- paring for and serving the danner w~ll be donated. Any money se- cured from't;he sale of tickets will Receives Memorial Gifts / W1i ' , - t Ltll L trigue, I say dandelions are the world's d rest First they Iddtbe tth their yellow blooms, figuring I'll mistake ,Then when ! have spent most of the summer rooting them out, last cunning survivors always enlist the help of my own youngsters to plant a bumper crop for next year, But there are weeds more serious than dandelions--weeds which like the tares in Christ's parable are planted by an Enemy. These are my real concern when I think about my youngsters. I want no evil to choke or twist the character of my sons and daughters. Nor do I Vaz ook want them to spread the sp0resof evil that :will undermine ,the char- Sunday 1 latthe. Monday Exodus acter of other Tue,d y Wednesda~:Ezekiel Thursday Joel ',I believe that God meant me to seek truth and moral courageFriday Psalm through the teaching, preaching and fell wship His Church provides. Saturday'3 Joh Every.Sunday I share these blessings with my family. THE; CHURCH FOR ALL . . , ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. h is a storelmuse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracymor civili~atlon can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend serdces regularly and support the Church. They aret (i) For MS own sake. (2) For his children's sake, (';3) For the sake of his community and nation, (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material =upport. Plan to go tO church ,e~larly and acid your Bible daily, This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charle~ Town, W. V~. ............ +, J+ L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME $, DONALD EACKLES Hari~rs Ferry, W. V~. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone SO07 Charles Town, W. Vs. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPF.~TANE (}AS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Vs. JEFFERSON" HARDWABE CO., Inc. SI ItWI -W LIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Clmrles Town, W. Va~ J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOIg Phene 578-W q~lmrles Town, W. Via RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. R NSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 / WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO,, INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martinsburg, W. Vg. -- Lecsburg, Va. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA PI S - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" RODGERS. SINCLAIR SINC+LAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St., Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Vt. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO STATION MR. and MRS. NORVAL JOHNSTON Kearneysville, W. Va. Phone Shepherdstown 2112" LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING PHONES 41-M - 621-M Charles Town, W. Va. VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. Va. of the Bible; look around the church and the world; look into your own heart; and you may be con- vinced. Yes, in the church and in the world; for even God's own people go against him, as fractious chil- Dr. dren kick and scream mother is trying to do Consider the cases of Jonah. Obadiah is a little "book" mostly about tl~ Edomites, who were God's people to start wit~ is all about the sins of of God's prophets. is that both the Jonah were guilty of kinds of SinS. Both God. Pride The Edomites as a natiolt; time of Obadiah, were people. They had wealth, power, they occupied a where an invading scarcely a chance. Bei~ they could not believe evil would ever touch thel~ were immune, serene, conquered. They had they were prepared to Jonah the prophet proud. He was so he knew what to do it, that when God told 1~ preach to Nineveh, he not go but he paid the long sea voyage in opposite direction, to peak and center and the sin of pride is this "God doesn't know Viel0m0 The propliet ~,dom, in the name of God,1 violence in war "brother Jacob," We all object loudly to war when somebody it. From the days of Sherman, whose names a~ revered in the land their violence, to the~ times when we can't against the Russian the victims of violence The thing the Japanese at Pearl Harbor we only more so. We when they did it; they St when we did it. But it is not only tlons that love violence. ing individuals may shrieking "Kill himY" prophet (to get into story a little) was not with preaching as the mended. He wanted to burn, and was bitterly ed when the firewor~ Off. "You Stood Aloof" A careful study of 14 shows that what Israel was not so much tack, as it was just and doing nothing, or the armie~ which did t~ The Edomites were the camp-foUowers of the They did comparatively ual damage themselveS, were pleased to see it from Nineveh and encourage their he did not like it. thought the only a dead one, not & one. He could not pat : their place. He could with God's anger, but mercy. The 120,000 veh meant nothing to Jonah. "As You Have God plays m against him is absolute sin. If God violence, pride and ne~ in the time of has he such a favorite that all our own can go "AS y~u have done, ~t e to you" echoes dow~a a warning to of whirlwind. NEXT WEEK. LESSON. THE MOPERN,