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To Begin Sunday Ntght At Leetown Beginni g Su day night Sep- tember 18 at the Leetown Church of the Brethern there will be a week of Revival Services. The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 t i[ I[ II rviees will beg,n at 7:+ P M Gospel Chapel At "tt . A LETTER FROM HOME SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS each night with a 15 minute song i =m. , v. -oo , ] To a man in the armed forces THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 service using old and familiar , l a letter from home is a valuable ~ ~_ hymns. The speaker will be the Harpers Ferry B ins f rman Far t possession. Next to that letter afternoon old adage 'if at first ,for Hancock, but for Mus pastOr,speak onByrnsuch BerkeY.subjects Hens: canWill -- . ................... .. ~ -- ~tnewsp~per'he'd enjoy having a home town you don't succeed, try, try again," [ it was their second time o~ We Be.eve ,o A Personal GOd? Remal SaUces Lumerans : unaay Now you can send him the as they missed scores on theirI season and they demon~[ ] Can Human Nature Be Changed? I Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at spec- first four trys, but hit the fifth t they have the stuff to com~ Isn't it Enough To Be Decent? The Gospel Chapel Assembly of "The Prayer of the Church,"I ial reduced ra~es for members of time for the touchdown that gave [ ai~ter the sound lacing th~ .them a 7-0 victory over the Han- been handed a week ear lc Can We Follow Jesus Today- God Church in Harpers Ferry, wi~l.l be ~he sermon subject for , the armed forees. Only $6.75 will cock (Md.)HighgridmenonthelBerkeleySprmgsHigh. ~lncesfo~ "F~vdn. Christ" To Power of the Crucified and Risen will begin Revival Services this the 8:30 Matins and 11 a. m. War-| send the Post-Gazette (Monday . es foz "'"* ~ Christ and others. Thursday evening, Sept. 15th, ship services a St. Thomas Luth-[through Saturday) anywhere in Marylanders' home field. [ -- ]'R~:~ F, ~ P = =. There will be special musicwith the Reverend W. J. Kerfoot eran Church in Ranson, Sunday, [the world for six full months. Wh~rl Attend ChurchThis _-assist"e ,e ~on ~un,av AT [each, nigh,t beginning with the of Frederick, Maryland as guest Sept. 18, it WaSv announced, r Mon-[l .......... He,ll eniov~ ...... bein~o ......... able to keen~~" C~U~l~~CisH"hcis H. Men s Chorus on Sunday night,speaker, day .by the Re . Richa d E. Nea, I ttp to date on all the sports act- AehH~u k~a~t~#~e} rhnrrhI Members of the local church will Services will begin 7:30 P. M. nightly, with the exception of i / ", .' ~; "~ " Nursery held during worship [the pennant race, Pitt and Duqu- " MIX C0NCRffE EBS M=UMI~ I'l~ln~l~l ~,lnul tdt be the song leaders and worship pastor. [ ivities whether it's the Pirates in Tne ........ l~ev. lvir. williams will use leaders~. ,,.._Yu are invited to attend Monday night, for pre-school children. Sundaylesne basketball, Hornets hockey READY" th occur o--- A special invitation is given to :.. ;:,... "Following Christ" for the ser- "~" ,,==~m~. the public. : Church School at 9:45 a. m. for l or Steeler football. adults, your~g men and women, Send ou check or mane ord men topic at Asbury Methodist ,o ~~os Pastor of the Church - Rev. . y r y - Church, Sunday, September 18. L|0n~ |0 ~t0~ ~0nN~v Arnold D. Hoffman. and children; James E. Brand, l er today, with his complete sere- MetalMetal DoorsDoor~a es And-Metal Two morning Worship Services " Superintendent. Senior High|ice address to: Post-Gazette, Mail Ane daug are held; 8:15 & 11:0() A. M. A ~ w. Re-Enforcing Steel Products for Caner Luther League meets at the par-[ Sub~hiption Dept., Box 957, Pitts and Nursery is provided for both sere- ~a~ ~r|Ye ~T. ~u sonage on ~unday at 5:00 p. m. lburgh, Pc. 15230. was bm ices. Church School is held at -- -- CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR DecemL I 9:30 A. M. with classes for all The regular monthly rice. A man came in whom no Choir rehearsal on ThurSday at ;2 .. " . " ...... k~uw~,alm~R Mme VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA. most paper oneknew. Each man in thegroup 7"30 p m Childrens choir on ages. The Church invites yow~to drive by the Charles Town Lions Miss Margaret Houser I ~ assumed that the r maay az ,~:t~ p. m. watecmsm I'I~.~J~|IIIM|I IIq|~,~ ....................... ~ Point come and worship. Club will be conducted on Tues- I~ stranger had classes mee~ at the parsonage on 'J['l'lOl LN LUI11JlSI (;OIJI-'A_[N ~and h~ ~ ~:l been invited by S turday a, 9:00, i0:00, and II:00k7.0 I Pa ll lassfo day, September 20. It would be ~~ -~..- -~ a ..... Tihe Junior and Senior MYF Ha -0 Ranson 1 nt - Ca 725-7612 - Charles Town groups meet on Sunday evening ~ppreciated if all paper placed A supper guest at the home of ~!ii! ~i someone else in a.m. at 6:30 P.M. out for pick up could be tied in Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill and Mrs. ~ ~ the circle. So they She told him to pull .. The Musselman High Apple- I Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 rch of 1 Wednesday evening Study lengthwise bundles and placed onF. A. Hill on Friday evening,~~i~ up a chair and tbh:g~ Group, leader Mr. Wifiiams, the porch or curb. If you are us- Sept. 22, was Mr. Rex Stemple of ~ ~-:~ Join the circle, of meets at 7:30 P,. M. The group is a*ble to carry :four paper out, call Barbeton, Ohio. ~~.men who were in chu e~mber now studying Major Methodist Mr. Marvin Brooks at 725-2716, Supper guests on Saturday eve-~~i~imeettng for Beliefs by Max B. Stokes, and is or Mr. IIoward Shade at 725-7514 sing, Sept. 3, were Mr. and Mrs. ~m~:~:~ prayer and fel- Dam open to all' interested persons, before 5 p. m. for special pick up. Rex. Stem,pie hand son and friend trey. Althouse lowship. R years Sr. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday br of Barbeton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. (*Copyrighted 1965 by Zonder- at 7:30 p.m. CO e Dallas May and daughter, Akron, van Publishing House, Grand The Commission on Member- -'~'~ "-'" Ohio, Miss Betty DeHaven of Rapids, Michigan.) ship & Evangelism, Chairman, Mr. Several of the men talked W[[! Be about their present troubles and Thomas Kern, will meet Thurs- Time To L|Ye'" Hedgesville, Mr. and Mrs.-Leon- ard Ho~fmaster of Frederick, Md., struggles toward becoming whole day at 8 p.m. ~ and Mr. Melvin Hoffmaster, City. people and effective Christians. Offr Mr. Melvin Hoffmaster, Mrs. The stranger sat and listened in Kiwa~ Pr1, am T0~ght Carl Hill and Mrs. F. A. Hill at- silence. Finally, the leader of the -Revival [ces tended the Hoffmaster reunion at group turned to the stranger and Members of the Charles Town the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph asked him to introduce himself. Kiwanis Club will be showna De Haven and daughter in The group was not prepared for Hedgesville on Sunday, Sept. 4. tu-nely movie in color en~citled what they heard him say. , Take rime To Live,' as the pro- The sale of W. E. Mills on Sat- ~My name is Paul," he said, gram for their weekly dinner urday was largely attended. =and ~ am a dope addicL" While meeting at 6:15 this evening in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and they digested that revelation he went on: ~I came here to rob this the Rib Room at the Turf Diner. daughter, of Winchester, Va., office to get a fix, but I think 1 T. A. Whitacre, long an activewere Sunday guests of Mr. andhave foundsomethingbetter."Be- member of the Kiwanis Club, Mrs. Carl ttill and Mrs. F. A. Hill. cause he had heard a smallgroup and owner and operator of the Mr. O. H. Knott, Sr., of Florida, of men being honest with each Community Oil Company in Cha- came home for the fiftieth anni- other about their Christian faith, rles Town, is providing the pro- versary of Bethel Methodist Paul stayed to pray to God and gram. Church. He is now a patient inask him to helphim with his --~ King's Daughters' Hospital, Mar- problem. _ lit++ r Mrs. Almira Knott and daugh-l Where God Should Be ~ ter, Janet, and John Grove of ] This story points to a fact that Martinsburg were Sunday evening ] we often miss: Alochol and nar- ~ II guests of Mr" and Mrs" Charles [ ctics may be used as substitutes for God. Narcotics occupied a Knott and son, Mrs. FlorenceI place in Paul's lifethatshouldbe Runion. I reserved for God alone. Thesame Mr. William Flanagan is a pa-[is often true of alcohoL Itoftenbe- l~ tient in the Winchester Memo-[comes the means whereby people ~~ i[ rial Hospital. / try to cope wtth their problems ad --- Mrs. Violet Moore, Brunswick, ~ and the awesome realities of life. Md., Mrs. Betty Sagle, Hagers-/ Alcohol is often used by people town, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred{as a stimulent, as a means of El WAIT A MINUTE. I] Tabler, Martinsburg, were Satur-] gaining inspiration. This, as the day,g~ests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I writer of Ephesians makes clear, [ .is something for God's spirit Don't forget! Inadequate /| Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. I t alone."And do not getdrunkwith insurance can get you in ~l Mr. and Mrs. Jack.Loudan and [ [wine, for that is debauchery; but E deep water financially. If [I tWO grandchildren, Theresa and [ lbe filled with the Spirit". (Ephe- mi~gYu'yepoo,l,bUitt addeda new aSWim'new /|}l Loudan, of Harpers Ferry, were ] Isians 5:18 RSV) room, or bought new fur- [I Sunday guests of Mrs. Annie Lou- i Alcohol or narcotics may bh- nishings, your present pal- ]l dan and Mr. hand Mrs. Harold come aperson's god and provide icy" may" not cover their [I Harding. him with a way of life -- or more value. Better call us when [[ Mr. and Mrs. Olin Knott, Jr., precisely, of death: The Japanese you get out of the pool. ][ of Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and have a proverb: Mrs. A]~bert Custer, of Inwood, Firsttheman... takes the Let our heating expert surveyyour home and show you how you can enjoy automatic gas heating with the semi. central heating sys. tern... the reMARKable 5i]E L Mark III NOt a furnace--not a heater, the Siegler Mark Htis a new semi. central heating sys- tem but need no ex- pensive pipes and registers, it pours heat but the ront, both sides and out the back, too. Call or come In and ask for a Free HomeHeating Su trey. You'll be glad you did ! Supedane Gas Corp. (Formerly H, W. Wageley, Iuc.) Dial 725.7087 - Charles Town Offices - East Wash. St. Warehouse- Fairfax Blvd. H. S. CLOPPER, Jr. Hill-Dale Shopping Center PHONE 725-7081 Insurance & Real Estate 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 Works 109 West John St. Martinsburg, W. Va. Telephone - 267.6141 FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner were Sunday gueests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and son and Mrs. Florence Runion. Mrs. Granville Shirley of Win- chester, Va., and son, Harold of Dover, Dela., were Sept. week- end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley and daughter, of Shenandoah Junc- tion and Mr. and Mrs. George Ludwig and daughter of Hedges- ville were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser. The fiftieth anniversary of Bethel Methodist Church was well attended on Sunday. The former pastors present were Rev. Wil- liam Wesley Dodge and Mrs. Dodge of Congress Heights Meth- odist Church, Washington, D. C.; Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Sargent and children from Baltimore, and Dr. Roderick (District Superintend- ent) of the Hagerstown District. Ex.Navy Offered Good Opportunities Under R Score Program Ex~Navymen, the Navy's recent lY inflated "Re-Score" program drink. Next the drink .. takes the drink. Then the drink., takes the man! In short, it becomes a substitute for God, occupying the place in our lives that ought tobereserved for God alone. Beyond Drunkeness The moral issue of drink does not end with drunkeness alone. Drunkeness is harmful by itself, but it is even more significant when we consider how drunkenes$ may contribute to other moral failures. Drink may lead us to dishonor our father and mother, or it may be the cause of the loss of such honor before our own children. It may cause us to take the life of another human being, accidentally or willfully. It may tear down our defenses against adultery or cause us to cheat, lie or steaL It may provide the one necessary ingredient to turn covet- ous thoughts into covetous ac- tions. If a man takes the Lord's name in vain, it is often drink that loosens his tongue. When drink becomes a substi- tute for God, we violate the com- mandment, ~You shall have no other gods before me," and we stand in danger of violating all the rest as well. Alcoholism and ChristianlW are competing reli- offers you the oppor, tunRy to re- glens. Both are a total way of life. The real answer to alcohol- turn ~ active Naval, service in a ism, then, is not a matter of hid- new 'critical" rate at the same ing the bottle~ but in finding and pay grade you held at the timeI experiencing the power of God. of your last discharge. Personnel entering the "Re-1 t ,,a o, o.m.., Christian Educ4fion, Nc0t mol C mcll of t(ke Score" program on a four year c~., a chr~ i. ,. u. s. A. e~,,,,~ RE-enlistment are temporarily advanced to the same rate held t the time of their last discharge Upon successfuU completion of the class "A" school the rate is[ Chen permanently established. A year Re-entistment will entitle ~'ou to both the class "A" school and class "B" school. During the .period of the "temporary" ad- vancement personnel are entitled *o all pay and allowances of that rate. For further details on the "Re- Score" prvgram stop bY apd see your local Navy Recrt~iter at Room 311, Federal Building, Mar tmsburg, W. Va. or Call collect 263-3112. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Me- Garry, Jr., were supper guests of the Lyle Tabbs' last Sunday. Before Hughie Hough left for Viet Nam he and his wife Sue, V. H. Malone and Donald Ott were supper guests of Campbell T~bb s. ATTmD C,u~, Commu.|~y Prtn Sm~ke.) Nilh lifo htrolom Produ br F.vu Faro Uu DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone + 725-2215 -READ CL,ASSLFIEDS Sunday Wednesday Thursday Friday" 5oturdoy I Samuel Psalms Psalms Jeremiah Acts I Timothy I John 18:1-9. 51:1-9 131:1-3 10:1-7 26:1-8 3:8-16 4:7-12 II THESE FIRMS INVITE YOU TO A HOUSE OF WORSHIP EACH WEEK J. C. PENNEY CO. "ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY" Charles Town, W. Va. J. RU ELL FRITI , INC. PmLCO DEALER Charlu Town, W. Va. Phone 725-i 5U CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER MCLURE B. WIIJ.,INGIL4 , Owner Phone ~.990~ Charles Town, W. Vs. t , SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Dial 27,-2921 Charles Town, W. V=. KABLE OIL CO., INC ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 7510 Charles Town, W. VL SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town' Cooperative, Inc. RANSOm. W. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO, INC. SI RWIN-WIMAAM$ PAINTS Phone %22L5 Charles Town, W. Vs. HALLTOWN PAPERBOARD CO. HALLI )WN, W. VAt. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO., INC. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE - ?25-7072 -- 725-7071 The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town. W. Va. Phone 725-7068 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME 8hepherdstown Phone 876-t085 H. S. CLAPPER, JR. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND BONDS Hill.Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Charles Town, W. Va. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER North George St. - Plmme ~2~1| ' WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE * J. E. SENSENEY, Owner I Charles Town, W. Vs. i LEGGEq['r'S DEPT. STORE "THE HOME of BETTER VALUES"! , Charles Town, W. V=. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORK RANSON, W. VA. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. + CITIES SERVICE Charles Town. W. Va. I Martlnsburg, W. Va. - Leesburg, Va.! Shepherdstown, W. VL ] l RANSON MACHINE WORKS i Phone 72.T i621 Ranson, W. !