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................... Pa~l called him "my child") with a firm character, wRh high Ideals; leader of men. Other things being equal, the better the man, the bet- =- . ~ _- ter pastor he will be \ : Worker with people u,~ " Not all friendly men make good sq~vs~t~r pastors; but a good pastor must ~, be a good friend, as he must be l$1ble Material; 3 Cormth~arm 2:19-13; 8 good man. He needs to be sym- ?:6, 13, 14~ 8:6, 16, 23, 12:18; Oalat/a,m pathetic with the people of his 2:1-3; 2 Timothy 4:10; Titus. church and community; but~unlike , Oevet/onA! ReAdlns: Tittm 2"I-14. so many of our friends the pastor J P sto N ,ded ....I never be quite ,atis ed with us. For his high and difficult aim a rs O is to produce better Christians, to j Lesson for September 17, 1961 ] help every one he knows to be- ,. iI come a Christian, if not one al- ready, and to be a better Christian NO OTHER religion but Chris- ff the Christian life has already tianity has anything like a begun. He is a kind of gardener pastor They have monks, priests,of souls, and that is a harder kind *'holy men,," rellgiotm beggars,of garden to care for than orchids. preachers, but no ,pastors Whe~ Titus must have had tact, because the Christian religttm began, there Paul used him so often as a trou. Was r~p p~edent for paatora'No- ble.shooter; he had sympathy with bOdY drew up a other Christians, we never hear diagram c@ eh~ Of his getting into church fights organJza~on and and arguments. The good pa~tor put thepastortnto identifies himself in his mind's it. ~,particUlnr eye with those with whom and for "office (.a very whom he works,--he takes us as dry word for it) we are--but does not leave us as of the pastora~ we are. This, we remember, was grew into ence as the church grew. Certain men Dr. F0renum prove! to be lndl~ pensa&le doin$ the k/rid of thing that pastern do. mad so the pastor began to be- a long.Uved /nstitu. Lion t man tim A goC~d~ pastor is a man first You ean'ttake a misfit and make a pastor OUt of him There lz no ni~er eecttpation m the world like it. there is no other that calls for so many different kinds of sktlla We have a picture in the New Testament---you might say a set of snap-shots rather than full. Length movle-.-~ a young man :leveloping in~) a pastor: namely rims. a close friend of Paul He traveled with Paul around the rim of Asia, as a missionary; but he was much more than an ordinary traveling companion Paul wae a Jew and Time a Greek, yet Paul was extremely fond of him and depended on him no Little. He writes in one place that his mind could have no rest, because Titus was not there TitUs was his sec- ond self; if Paul could not reach a church, he would send Titus in his place This was not merely formal, so that Paul would be 'represented:" Titus was sent into some pretty troublesome and ticklish situations, but always made good He could operate in a team or_on his ow~ We see him as a young man tso young that the way of Jesus. Holp wanted! The church of Christ has always had officers and leaders, from the first. But the church came first, the officers and leaders grew out of the needs of the Christian com. munity No church-full of people really gets on very well without leaders In Louisville. Kentucky. there is a congregation which for many years had as its pastor s 0ank president, who declined to tare any salary from his congre. gation~ But however lt's done such a leader is .always needed There aren't nearly enough The be~ service a church c.~ render to the world is to product young men who will volunteer fo the Christian ministry especial] es pastors But how t8 this done the experience of Titus gives u e hint Paul took this young ma with hL, n. he drafted him. so t. speak, into the service of Chrl.~ and the church It is quite tru~ as Christians are aware, thaz onl the Holy Spirit can ealla man t. the ministry But God's ca/] ofte reaches men, as R reached Titu: through the suggestion, help a~ example of older Christians wh are God's messengers to the youn and undecided Does your ehurc encourage its young people to It ten for the call of C~d~ ~ISAseG on oesnnes oopyrislltea o~ che Dtvistoo of ChristiAn EducAtion Nat/onA! Counen of the Churches o Christ in the 0 S A. ReleAsed b, ~ommanJtv Prees meev|ee.) LL By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pen- well and family of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family spent last Sunday in New Market, Va. where they enjoyed a picnic dinner and visited Zoo- arama. Mr. Elwood Bowers who has been a medical patient in Nat. ional Institute of Health in Beth- esda, Md. spent part of the week end here with his wife and son, returning to the hospital Sunday evening for further treatment. At this time we are glad to report an improvement in his condition. David MeAboy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M~Aboy received his discharge last week from the U. S. Navy after serving the past four years in that branch of the service. - Mrs. Bertha Morgan of Mill- ville spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Honk and family Mr. and Mrs Marvin Kimes of Charles Town were visitors Satur. day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Da vid Penwell and family. Visitors Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Natbaniel Gray Jr. arid family were Mr. and Mrs. iHarry Dinges of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Gray of Shepherdstown Mrs. Charles Gray "and'daughters Carla and Donna of Halltown. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Muse and family and Mrs. Gentry L. Muse ot Leesburg, Va. visited i Sunday evening with the datter's 'son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and sons. Master Michael Simons of Char les Town was a weekend guest of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Honk. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn Jr of Charles Town were visitors Sunday afternoon with the lat- ters mother Mrs. Annie Pope and family. M's~s Esther Pope has the list the past been on sick week but at this time continues to improve. Wayne Welty of Engle spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and sons Clif- ton and Allen. Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Mrs. Donald Frye were visitors Sun. day evening with-Mr, and Mrs. Bill Bowers and son m Charles Town. The Bowers family recent ly moved into their new home on Morrison Avenue. GO 1'O CHURCH SUNDAY Advertise In T~e :Spirit.Advocate IN PACKING FOR COLLEGE, SOME THINGS MUST BE LEFT BEHIND BUT THE NEED NOT BE ONE OF THEM It Can Go With You For Nine Months For Our Special Student Subscription Rate Of Plus 7 Cents Tax in West Virginia Die, rein the Order Form Below, G/ring Us A With Which to Start Your Subscription. STUDENT'S NAME ................................... BEGIN WITH ISSUE OF ............................ ADDRESS ............................................ Mrs. William Miller. Delicious re tinsburg left last Thursday for At I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON vAm su ADVOCATE freshments were served by the ]lantic City to attend the com-[ 4 B THTT~nAy ~PTEMBER 14 B " mn hostesSMr. Henry Blackford of Arling [ panieSference 1961 agency leaders con-[ *"-~' __ - ......... ' .............. ' y Mrs. Ethel Buzzard being held at the Tray-I MrsAd C l " ndt h ' |1 more Hotel, September 7-10 [~wrs. winiam riougn o~ ~aKerton, on, Md. recently spent a a og e retur e o er B " . . ton, Va. spent the weekend with Mrs. C. E: Williams, wif'e of Jw. Va. with her grandparents Mr. home on Saturday night from[ y Mxss Lllhan Myers Blackford.his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert the Bantist minister is confined J Mr. Charles Gary Dillow of Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Louisville, Ky. after spending a '. ......... ~ ~ ...... w. mL ~ lueeung week w~th her daughter and son- The" W M S of Grac B "fist Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Bell of Ballto the parsonage by illness. J Alexandria, Va. spent the week- timore are visiting, their cousins M~[[ Iend with his parcnts Ivh" "and Mrs" ~a'~'~'~ '~ '~ ~'~ ~h'~ ~a" in-law and their small daughter .... , . . . e ~v T.W. D~'llow Sr. ................. ~~" .... " .... ........... ~nurcn met at the nome o~ .~rs Mr. and Mrs. Ed ttammond and ~v~r. ano Mrs. ~eram ~uzoro ............ - :: . Mrs. Robert Ott of Charles ~,r,~f,~-~,r~r4",~'~,~ ............... ~oner wnltmer ueptem~er ~ Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mrs. ~ena wnlte momreu to ......... Mrs. Cabell Tapscott, Mrs. J. " = ==-- == == == ITown was a visitor of Mr. and rinser, stown, --d,,,.. and visited her presidentW'm m memoerSopened presemthe meeting" Tne Clive Myers and Mr. and Mrs. By Miss Dorothy Lake J Mrs. James Lilla and sons on Sat nnn DOMINInl s~ster and family Mrs. Ella Belle ............ Renner also called on her doctor ~l~,n me hymn ~weet ~y an~ John Huth were luncheon guests . ------" I urday evening. Vl=l/ V V while there. Y" of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dearing Festival A Success ] Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wenner &biN| |AkI~P g%~ Mr and Mrs George Walton The leader was Mrs. Robert in nume, Va. last week. The members of the W. S. C.J and son Freddie Lee of Lovetts- A~T'L|aN|,r |,| and two children and Mrs. Geo- ] Blackford and the topic of the les Mr .and Mrs. Oscar Seal attend ~ S. of the Millville Methodist Chur I ville, Va. were recent visitors of ,r~==. ,-~= ,1, v, rgia Piper of Chestnut Hill were lson was "We Bring Our Gifts of ed the Seal reunion which was ch wish to thank everyone who I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire. Y visitors with Mr and Mrs Cecil ILve . Mrs. Seal led the devotioni held in Stanley, Va. Sunday. helped make the Lawn Festival] Sherr Lou Johnson of Wheat- Corner Charles and Everhart and Mrs. Maude" Ever-[als which followed prayer by Mr. and Mrs. ~Ferd Snyder and a success which was held Augustl ~ Washington Streets hart [Mrs. Frank Benner. Those tak-Miss Marcia Snyder are in Balti- 31. [ I I more. Miss Maria is a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire of J I' U E Charles Town, W. Mrs. Delma Staubs and two ling part on the program were Johns Hopkins Hospital and her Ranson was a visitor of the for-I I in L "~EN-RAL ELE-TRI EthelChildren Buzzard Pare and andsonLOUie,Larry Mrs'|MrS'and|Mrs- Ferrell.Whitmer', Mrs, Benner and ~ many a speedy rcovery, friends are wishing for her Wiltshire mers parents on Monday Mr. and evening.Mrs" L. E. II MRVIN T CTDIIM:D APPLIANCE E & C T. Miss Juanita Cogle spent the[ The nominations committee re . ~InlVLII Mr. James Graves of Sparrows Mr. and Mrs. George Monti of[ v o SALES and SER IC weekend in Baltimore, Md. with ] ported officers for the coming Point, Md. spent the weekend Richmond, Va. recently spent I ~ n T g~ ~ T A Y. i-, ~ . .~,r,~,,~,~.-, , ,~ ~r:and Mrs. Robert Spitler and I year as follows" president, Mrs with his mother Mrs. Clifton Gra the weekend with the latters par I ..~ v ~ ....... ~.. ~. ~.. v~/u~ -, ,uJ cn~ren,~n ~a~o r,~.,.,.,.., m....... [Robert Blackford; vice presidentl yes. ents. Mr. and. Mrs..Gilbert. Dodson. [ FUNERAL HOME TV SALES & SE~ VI ~.,*~":~,'~,:''~:,~",~f':'~'~LMiSs Lillian Myers; secretary, Mrs. Mary Grayson and sister vierle Wiley wno ]s in the| ......... .~,.,.,,..,~,..,.,,~,~,,.,,~,=~ ;~u ~;~o~ Mrs. Iley Weller; treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. Paul Miller and Mr. and Navy has been spending a leave I Charles Town we ~ervlce An MaKes OZ ~['~.~.~:~'r~~c~' ~ Oscar Seal; Stewardship and Pray Mrs. Alan Welch have been at with his mother Mrs. Thelma Wi-I "~.~' ';'v ..... ~'~','~';~,."~ er, Miss Nannie Fleming; Mission Atlantic City, N. J. the past week. ley. '~ [ Shepherdstown ,r.-- n ~^" mrs ~eona ~muos m ~onvar Stud Mrs Gr ver Th on y, . o omps ; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Kave top Mrs. James Lilla and sons Jay [ ........ t'no e ~uz spent the weekend at her home Community Missions, Mrs. Hom- insurance producer of the local and Vinee was Sunday dinner[ ~0 - '/'elepnones xoz PAUL & , DICK nere. er Ferrell; Literature and pro. Peoples Life Insurance of Mar- guests of her parents Mr. and I ' Mr. and- Mrs. Howard Cogle gram, Mrs. Abner Whitmer and and son were Sunday guests with Mrs. Charles Padgett; Ladies Aid Mr. and Mrs. David Brackett and family in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hawk of SALE OF Chestnut Hill were Saturday ev- ening viist0rs with Mr. and Mrs. AUTOMOBILE Junior Grove and family Held Far Mr. and Mrs. George Walton and children, Mrs. Georgia Piper Mechanics Liens. of Chestnut Hill were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and Under the provisions of Section ~amily. 3930 of the Code of West Vir- Mrs. Lena Hawk of Chestnut ginia, Merchant-Nola d Chevrolet Hill spent Monday with her sis- -Olds, Inc., will offer for sale Rt ters Mrs. Elsie Cook and Mrs. public auction at 10:00 o'clock A. Leona Everhart and their famil- M., DST, SEPTEMBER 16, 1961, ies. at the Merchant-Noland Chevro- Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs let-Olds, Inc.'s Garage in Charles of Charles Town were guests re- Town, West Virginia, the following cently with Mr. Leslie Kellison. described automobile: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson and ONE (1) 1957 PONTIAC, FOUR two children motored to Kentuc-DOOR SEDAN, Serial Number ky in August to take their daugh* W 757 M 8987. ter Jo Ann there to go to school Said automobile is being held Jo Ann will spend the school and soldunder a Mechanics Lien season with her grandmother for services rendered thereon by Mrs. White. Little Jerry Wilson the Merchant-Noland Chevrolet- also remained for .a visit-with Olds, Inc., at the request of one Billy Clarence Baumgardner, of his grandmother but will return Falls Church, Virginia. home soon. TERMS of Said Sale Will] Be Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt CASH. and son Frankie of near Chest-" D.S. NOLAND, President Merchant-Noland Chevrolet-Olds, Inc. Aug. 31-3t. nut Hill were guests with the lat ters parents Mr .and Mrs. Russell Cogle and family. Mrs. Hazel Staubs and daugh- ters Ruby, Sandy and Linda were guests with Mrs. Leona Staubs in Bolivar the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam and family in Chestnut Hill. Mr. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick, Md. was a visitor on Monday with his mother Mrs. Frances Rodgers and daughter Norma. "ro CHURCH SUNDAk SALE OF TUMBLIN REAL ESTATE Near Rippon Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Attorney-in-Fact for the Heirs of Cleveland H. Tumblin, deceased, will receive I public offers for the purchase of I the real estate here-after describ- ed, AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE IN CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, AT 9:30 A. M. EASTERN STANDARD TIME, ON SEPTEMBER 16, 1961. Said real estate is that of which Cleveland H. Tumbhn died selsed and possessed, intestate, described as: "l'nat certain one and three fourms acre (1%a.) of la~d, more or less, lying and situate a little normeast oz lppon in oel ferson Gounty, Wes~ virg,ma, aa joining the lands of Howard Os- Burn on the north east and soutn and of D. B. 5noemaZer and Day id Shipe on tl~e west, tege~er with a 15 foot wide right of way to the Cliarles Town YlKe'; LE~ AND EXGEPrING therefrom, however, a small portion of said land or way conveyed by said decedent to State of West Virgin in, by State ROad Commission of West Virginia, a corporation, for state road purposes by deed dab ed July 5, 1939, recorded m the O/~lce o ~ne tAerK oz me t~ounty Court of Jetterson County, Wes~ V rgmia, m Deed Book l age 474. ]" AND BEING the same land conveyed to said Cleveland H, ~ Tumbhn by deed from Amos Cub bage, wiaower, dated March 1, 19~.Z recoraed in said ClerKs Of. flee in Deed Book 121, page 251; and being also tlie same winch the undersigned is authorized to sell unaer a Power of Attorney, from Eleanor F. Brown, et hi, dated July 18, 1961, recorded in said Clerk's office On August 29, 1961, in Deed Book page to which referen- ce is made. ' Said'real estate is improved by a frame dwelling thereon, TERMS OF SALE: The under- signed reserves the right to ac- cept any offer or off rs and to re ject any and all offers. Details as to terms may be obtained from the undersigned; but at least cash on day of sale will be requir ed. N. CLARK FURR, As Attorney-in-Fact for the Heirs-at-law of Cleveland H. Tu hblin ............................... . ................ Sept, 7- 2t- $2.50 Per Week ['he "Master' --America's finest washer yet it cost onl) $189.95. Easy tO pay for. Holds more: keeps water he] Longer: washes faster, cleaner. Saves work snd time See it now! CHARLES TOWN GAS C0., INC t14 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. ~/f--" I No other monument can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages" Monument available only from your Rock of Ages Authorized Dealer. MARTINSBURG GRANITE WOR I09 West John Street Telephone Amherst 7-6141 burg,., W. Va. FLOYD C. ODOM, Owner ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i "fears ago there were many wh.o disputed the novel idea of free and compulsory public education. The first truancy laws were @posed as infringements on liberty. But as our children return this fall to schools that will mold their growing minds---does a single parent complain? I believe in sound rdigious education, as well. The mold- ing of thc character should keep pace with the molding of the mind. Naturally I never want my government to exercise com- pulsion in this sacred area. And my Church, while it offcrs a complete curriculum of religious training, does so on a frcc and voluntary basis. But I'm parent! And, though I find that example and , D.r encouragement usually suffice, I'm not above telling Johnny, t S.nd y Monday "YES, SON, YOU HAVE TO GO TO SUNDAY Tuesday SCHOOLI" XVedncsday ' Thursday As a child begins to see the./mportance Faith has in our Fri y lives and in the strength of our nation.., you'll be surprised Saturday how quickly this becomes an unquestioned compulsion. The Church is the greatest factor on earth fc~ the building of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy, nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend sen'ices regularly and support the Chuzch. They are: (l) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (~) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itsdf, which needs his moral and material support; Plan to go to church regulady and ready your Bible daily. THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . . ALL FOR THE CHURCH Book C-.hapl~Vem~ Proverbs 2 1-9 Proverbs 2 10-22 II Timothy l 1-7 Psalms 119 9-16 Psalms 119 97-104 Proverbs 4 1-9 I Kings 2 ~-~ OOpTr~ht 1961 Kebtce Adv. 8evvice, Ira% 8trulmrg, V~. THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW IN SUPPORT OF THE CHURCHES OF THE COMMUNITY: J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHILCO DEALER Charles Town, W, Vs. Phone 403 CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION. Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. V~ J. C. PENN] Y COMPANY "ALWAYS FIEST QUALITY" CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPF~TANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Vs. W. & R. SALES, INC. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.~ BOX 591 PHONE 113 J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone G78-W Cbm'les Town, W. VS. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., INC. SHERWIN-WIIJAAMS PAINT8 ' Phone 45 Charles Town. W.' Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST ~INIA RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RAN8ON, W. VA. PHONE $09 RANSON MACHINE WORKS N'HONE 481 RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITy OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Msrtlnsbur~, W. Vs. - Leesbur~, Va. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WE8T VIRGINIA LEGGETT'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME OF BETTEE VALUES" Charles Town, W, ell. SHENANDOAH AIR CONDITIONING CO. HEATING--COOLING PRODUCTS Plumbing - Sheet Metal - Roofin~ Ch~les Town, W. VS. Phone 2~2 a , , ' THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town 162 - 35 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown 2683 PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW":