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# mmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmm m.- THE WEATHER AND Changeable Weather We Mad ~oee~ having just cold weather, cool enough for the fur- r~ace to make the house comfor- table and more blankets to be corn fortable at nig5% a~nd aJt the clos Ing of the report on weather one week ago Monday morning i,t waz a wee bi~t warmer no so chilly and a bea~if,xl ctay wi~t~ bri,gl~t bri'H~.ant sun s~hane. Tuesday a reM ,autu,m~'x day, leaves tum,1~l~ng d~wn ~II day and v~ious colors covering ~he earUh. Wed~aesaay morning ~ew clouds, no ~rain ground is very very dry some cisterns are dry, spr~n, gs very low and sweet springs very well known by everyone is the lowest it has been for years. La~te a'l*f~.l~9, j~ burned up and I l/ G mmmmmmmmmmmmm OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl pasture field~ Thursday morning clearing skies and very warm 89 Friday anoUher very hot day wish us here at Virginia and W. Va. line 93'~ and warm, some clouds in i~te even'lag anda wee wee .~hower S,~burday morning just a small margin cooler a~t ,noon 79. Sunday morning very nice morning, some ta4~le air stirring but the most wonderful of ~11 is the beau;iful Blue Ridge Moun~tains such never a painted picture so handsome. ~Vmnduy morning rather warm, cloudy, I must tm,~ten c~-a so long for now. Mrs. Annie W, il,t, EdA',th Garret,~ Ida Piper, Essie Lancaster and 4VIrs. Georgia Staubs have been called back ~vt the evarporating lim Terms. Low Down Payment. IAber~ Trade-In. Come in Today! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., Inc. PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA As Executrix of the late Mrs. Laura Y. VanMetre's Estate, I will sell at Public Sale, the Following Articles, located at 101 North Mildred Street, at the TrusseU Apartments, in Charles Town, W. Va., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC., 5-Piece Parlor Suite, Cherry Chest of Drawers, Old Mantel Clock, Large Oak Dresser with Mirror; Double Brass Bed With Springs and Mattress; Singer Sewing Machine, Straight Ba~k and Rocking Chairs; 2 Metal Porch Chairs, G. ML Frigidaire Refrigerator, A-1 shape; G. 1M[. ~,lSurl~r Electric Range, A-I shape; Cooking Utensils, Pots and'Pans; China and Glass- ware; China Closet, Metal Wardrobe, Metal Cabinet, Secretary and !~sk Combined; 6 Oak Dining Room Chairs, Pictures and Picture Frames; Mirrors, Suit Cases, Floor and Wall Electric Lights; Several Stands, Two 9 x 12 Woolen Rugs, One 9 x12 Matting Rug, Bed Linens, Blankets, Bolsters, Pillows, Trunk, ~hoe Box, Stools, General Electric Radio, Candle Sticks, Vases, Wall Bracket, Ironing Board, Garbage Can, and Lots of Other Articles not mentioned. TER1MPS:--C~SH on day of sale. NLIZA W. BLACKFORD,. EXECUTRIX. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. October 1 and 8- 2t. I will sell the Following Personal Property of my late, Mother, Mrs, Mollie B. Schley, at the home on VVest High Street, in Shepherdstown, W. Va., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1959 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Old Wooden Cradle, Cannon Ball, Sptnnin~g Wheel. Flat Irons, Old Vending Machine, Old ~Skillets, Old Metal Bath Tub, 2 Old Rope Beds, Mahogany; 3 Old Guns, 2 Old Bayonets, 2 Swords, Antique Stove, Antique Clock, One Very Old Hall Tree, all iron; Jardinieres, 2 Boston Rockers, 2 Guitars, 1 Old Warmer for in front of fireplace; 2 Wash Bowls and Pitchers; Etchings, Andirons. Fireplace Screen, Rail, Tongs and Shovel; Collection of Victory Liberty Loans from ~orid War I; 2 Paul ltevere Lanterns, Hollywood Bed and Mattress; 3 Dressing Tables, Old Beds and Springs; Bookcase, Table, Several Lamps, Chest of Drawers, Ice ~Skates, Bathroom Scales, Lot of Books, 4 Baskets, Very Old Bureau, Kerosene Heater, Collection of Old Postcards, Tennis Rackets, 2 Gun Cases, Hoover Tank Vacuum Cleaner and Attachments; Old Metal Bed, 2 Sin~gle Cots and Mattresses; 3-Way Floor Lamp, Goldleafed Framed Mirror, 5 Oriental Rugs, 2 Hooked Rugs, Windsor Rocker and Plain Chair; 2 Magazine Racks, 2 Screens. Sleigh Rocker, Card Table, Lantern, Several Old Kerosene Lamps, 5 Ironing Boards, Large Collection of Old Bottles, Lot of Old Pictures and Frames; Old Coffee Grinder, Typewriter; Lot of Ironstone and Milkglass Dishes; Frigidaire Electric Stove, Sunbeam Elec- tric Mixer, Wooden Tables, Several Old Rocking Chairs, Frigid- sire Electric Refrigerator, Lawn Mower, Lot of Garden and Lawn Tools; Lot of Pots, Pans, Dishes, and Many Other Ar- ticles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE:---CASH. Nothing to be, removed until settled for. MRS. MARY STOCKTON BROWN EDWARD "NED" MORROW, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Jefferson Tuberculosis Assoc~tion Will Serve Lunch. At the same time and place and terms I will sell the following:---Dishes, Some Antiques including meat platters; many pieces of glass and goblets; iron andirons, laundry tubs, screens, Mason jars and milk bottles; door. iron ,~ink, nice ~old rocker; 5 unfraxncd Currier prints, and many other ar- .titles ~oo numerous to mention. A. W. SCHLEY Ootober 1 - it. plant in Ranson to take care of ~)he apples during the apple sea- son. ~Mrs. H,azel ~Viands and Mrs. Jane Hawk were busi,ness ~risitors in Leesburg, Va. Tuesday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl were luncheon guests Tuesday w'i.~h the .l~t~ers brothers and s~,ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John P. Love o,f Gha~les To~wn. ~Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Wilt and f~amily were visi'tors Sunday wi,th ~t.he twtters fa,~her Mr. CAlbert Deener of Brt~.nsw~ck, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of l~l~ls Church, Va. have reat~ly en- joyed two weeks of their v ac~Sion ~0t their ranch home at the Blue Ridge Moun,t~i'ns. They were very b~sy during their stay doing some painting and repair work wt t~heir ran(~h home. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytone~n of Falls Chinch, Va. and Mrs. Geor- gia Pearl were busane~s v~sitors in Vv~inohes~er, Va. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Char~les Garrett, ~VIr. and Mrs. Herman Garret,t and Mr. J,ghn Hawk were visitors Sun day evening width the lat~ters sas- ter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Fra,nk Garre~t of Millville. Mrs. Virgil Peer taking care of Li~ttle Cindy Lou Wil~t wh~le her mother is working a Moore and Doxsey's packing house. Mrs. E~la H:~tonen of Falls Ohur h, Va. was a luncheon guest Wed ,nesday vi~t~h Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl ~0~ their home. * :Mr. Gil~ber~ Deener and Mrs. .Elva Foul~le of Brunsw,ick, Md. were supper guests Friday even- ing wi,th l~he formers daugh, ter and iamity Mr. a,nd Mrs. Eugene Wilt. Mrs. Frank Oarre,tt of Mill- ville and Mrs. Georgia P~per and Mr. and Mrs. George Tai.ton and f~amily m~rtored Sunday to Alexan- dria, Va. and visi~ted wi.t,h the for- mexs aister-in-law Mrs. Maude Stagey. Mrs. Stwley has been qui~te sick bu,t is feel~ing muv~h beVter ~ this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Recta Johnson a~nd sons of Ranson were visi~ors Sunday evening with Mr. a~nd Mrs. Howard Wilt. Happy Get-To-Gether A very h,~ppy get to go,thor was enjoyed Sa~turday eveni,ng a~ the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mercer v~hen ~hree mem,bers of ~he filmily celebra~ted their birth- days. They were Mr. Wfli~ie Piper Sept. 10, Perry Lancaxter. Sept. 18, Mrs. Josephine Mercer, Sept. 30. A fr~ed Chicken su,pper with 'al~l Vhe good ea~ts especially coun- try h~m, s~lads of differen* var- ie,~ies and every thi;ag that helps make a su, pper, very ~ppe~izin,g for desert was fruit salad and two ,l~iv~hd+ay ~akes, t~he supper was prepared and spread on tables ~t ~he D~wn by the trailer of fine Met cers there h~ve a part in .t,h4~ ev- ent were Mr. and Mrs. Perry tan caster, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longer- beam and daughter Chyrl, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and fami,ly, Mr. and Mrs. W~l:liam Piper, Mr. a,r~d Mrs. Johnnie Mercer and Miss Carol Lancaster. ~he honored ,guests after supper, the young folks enjoyed pla~ng games. The honored guests received a n_~xm,ber of lovely gi$~ts. Mr. and Mrs. Edd L~nham and four sons of Martins.burg were vis i,tors Sunday width Mr. a,nd Mrs. G. C. Pearl ~t t,heir home. On Appalachian Trail Mr. Jame~ Bl~ack,burn and Mr. Pete Peterson ~long wi,Vh severa~ other members of the Potomac ~ppa~a~hi~an Trail Club of Wash- ington, D. C. motored Saturday up to the ~ppMachian Trail Wt Keyes Lean-to top of Blue Ridge Off Rou~te 9 and did some remodeling on the lean to, put new b~.nk beds .in and new floor and' roof and buil, t new fire place and since Ohose new tl~ings have been add- ~ng and cleaned the ou*tside of ]ca,.n-to it looks very inviting. Mr. Blackburn has been appoin*ed by ~he club to take care of Keyes- lean-to and a:lso Wilsons Gap a distance of seven miles. I~t was a pleasure meeting .width old friends of which we h~ve known for sev- eral years. `Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove and sons Clarence and Jerry a,.nd dau- glzters Betty Lou, Rose Marie, Nan ey Ann and Ellen Lora~ne and Edi ~Vh Lay were dinner guests Sunday with t)he formers sister and bro- :Vher-in-l~w Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Penwell of Ct~arles Tow,a. The dinner was served on ~he laden. Busy Carpenter Mr. Paul Wilt of Cl'rarles Town .was busy t~he pas.t week doing some carpen~ter work at the Ranch home for Mr. and Mrs. LeSlie Hy- tonen and pain.ting the lnteriorl wi,Vh a dress up of white. What a differe~.nce in the appearance of the in~terior sure a ni~e job Pau~l and well done and the Hyonen f.~lks are well pleased and very ~lad to met width Mr. Writ and ,have suoh a fine workman in their home. `Miss Re~becc,a Peer is taking care of the ohildren for Mrs. Ger aid Jenkins w~l~le the moVher is working. ;Miss A,~tionnet~e Wilt wtto is employed at New,ton B~ker Hos- pinta,1 Marednsburg spent the week end w~th her parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey W,ll. ~Mlss Patsy WH,t w&o is employ ed at Air Y~rce Base. Wash~. n,~ton D. C. spent the weekend with her paren~ts Mr. and Mrs. Paul W~l~t. Visi, tors t)he pas~t week wi~t,h Mr. and Mrs. John Runion a~ their home were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Br(~w,.'a and .family of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Ric'hard West and taro sons Richard and James of purcellv~l,le, Va. Mrs. Charles Shifter and daughter Mrs. Shir- ley Longerbeam, Mr. and Mr, s. Joe K, win and ~wo daughters Mrs. An- nie Grove and three children Mrs. Robert~ Turner ~nd granddaughter :: Teresa, Mr. a,ad M~s. James Long I ,and t~hree children. [ Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ha,wk and l', ,Mr. ~harles ~al-l'etb were business ) visitors in Nil,lvilie Friday. [: AT'tEND ~NDAY I I' Lutherans To Obserye World Communion Sun. World Communion Sunday w~l.l be observed ~t St. Thomas I~Vh- eran Ghurch i,n Ranson on Sun- d,ay, Oct, 4, it was ,announced Mon day by the Rev. Rich,ard E. Neal, pastor w~o listed t)he following schedule of services. The Service ~t I1:00 a. m. wsth eom'muniola meditation and the admCnistra~ion of :Vhe Holy Communion. Nursery held during worship. Sunday Churoh School at 9:45 a. m., Ral- ly Day; Raymond ~razier, Super- intendent. Shenandoah Conferen- ce Fall Workshop for Luther Leag ues ~t Zion Lutheran Church, ~airview, ~irginia at 2:00 p..m. Junior Lu,~her League meets ,a~ Vhe c'hureh at 6:30 p. m. Church Council meets Tuesday a,t 8:00 p. m. a,t ~he parsonage. Evangelism eo'mmi.ttee and lay visitors ,meet a,t ~he home of Mr. and `Mrs. Jol~n Martin, Wednesd~ay a 7:30 p. m. Thursday, choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Friday, Junior Choir prac- ,tice at 4:00 p. m. a~ the church. Saturday, class a~ 10:00 a. m.; conCerto:at.ion class meets ~t 11:00 a. m. Dates For Meetings Of Methodist Circles Circles of the Woman's Society of Ohristia~n Service of the C,har- los Town Metho~is~ Church wl~lt meet Tuesday, Oot(~ber 6 at 7.30 P. M. ~t the homes designa, ted wi,th the exceptAon of No. 1 wh~ch meets Tuesday, af, terno~.n ~t 2:00 P.M. " No. 1 Ellen Atkinson, Mrs. Gro- ver Goode, chairman with Mrs. Alf,red Marshall, 2nd Avenue. No. 2 M,avl~ha Meek, Mrs. A. C. Haivosa, chairman wi,th Mrs. Kab le Johnson, Sou~h George Street. No. 3 Gladys Oberlin, Mrs. J. W. Carroll, eha4rman with Mrs. Frank Humpston, North George Street. No. 4, E~a Logu, Mrs. Bedford Green, Chairman with Mrs. Mil- dred ten,non, Eas,t WaShington St. No. 5 Elizabeth Overby, Mrs. Harry Ba~rker, chairman, wi,th ~Mrs. A. C. Nerhood, South Samuel first year ca,te~hism Street. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 4--B THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959 No. 6 Katherine Eye, Mrs. Harry :Sewing for October will be the Brown, chairman, wi,th Mrs. Glenn Eastern Star and the Kabletown Ramsburg, Morison Street. Farm Woman's Olub, Mrs. George Charles Town Woman's Club Leetown Church Women Sew At Hospital In a story carried in the Sept. 24 issue of this newspaper con- cern,ing aet~vi~ies of the Jefferson Coun,ty Hospital Auxiliary, a,n er for was made in giving eredi,t to organizations sewing at the Char los Town General Hospital. "l~he sewing for the m~)n~th of August was done by the Lee,town B~ptist 'Church and the Charles Town Semor Wo'man's Club, wi!th `Mrs. E. D. Ha'hn, chairma,n. Sewing for the mon,th of Sep- ~6ember was Vhe W. S. C. S. o,f Hat pets Ferry Camo Hiia Me~'hodist Chu'rch, wi~h Mrs. Tom Rissler, 0h~irman. Cole, chairman. FRIENDLY CLA~S WILL MEET The Friend~ly Class of ~he C,har- los Town Methodist Church w~ll meet Friday, Ootober 9 at 7:30 P. M. a,t t~he home of Mrs. Calvin Nicode,mus, Rippon. SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE:-- Day 37O Night T! LL Ever run into a friend in Tokyo, or meet one of your neigh- bors in Amsterdam? Maybe not--but such things are happening every day ! It makes you stop and think---the way this world is shrinking. It makes you wish that the men and women who live on opposite sides of the gl0be had more things in common. There can be no more unifying force in the world than a corn- THF CHURCH FOR ALL . . . ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual value~. Without a strong Church. neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (I) For Iris 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 support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day SundaF Monday ion belief in God. And toward that ideal we are rapidly progress- Tfiesday ing. Christians the world over are feeling and expressing their unity Wednesday Thursday of faith and purpose. Friday Saturday Sunday is World-Wide Communion Sunday. On that day; within the space of a few short hours, Christians in every land will reverently participate in the Lord's Supper which has been a mark of Christian faith for almost two thousand years. Worship with the World in the Church of your choice! Book ~hapter Verses Psalms 99 11-13 I I -Peter 3 13-14 Daniel 4 1-3 John 6 36-40 Psalms 133 1-3 Matthe~r 26 26-29 Psalms 65 1-4 Copytiaht 19$9. Kei*te Alv. ~.~r~,iee, Str#lbur$, Vie This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: / SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Va~ J. L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME J. DONabD FACKLES Harpers Ferry, W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles T~)wn, W. Vs. H. W. wAGELEY, iNC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Vs. JEFFERSON ..... HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town. W. Vm J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578,W Charles Town, W. VII, RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Vs. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. ,M~rtinsburg, W. Vs, -- Leesburg, Vs, VALLEY BOARD CORI HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYFALlg PRODUCTS West, Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO STATION MR. mad MRS. NORVAL JOHNSTON Keaxneysville, W. Vs. Phone Shepherdstown 2112 LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING PHONES 41-M - 621-M Charles Town, W. Vs. VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Phone 5006 Clmries Town, W. Vs. Bible Material: Acts 1. Devotional Reading: John 14:1~-~ Testimony Lesson for October 4, 19~ FOR SIX MONTHS now thel study shared by the more' 80 Christian Churches that u~,i "Uniform Bible Lessons" is l to be the book of Acts, in the Testament. It is one of the ei books in entire Bible to re~ is interesting enough to read! through in one evening, impor- tant enough to re-read many times. It is the story--the only connected story --of how the Christian Church got started and how it spread. The reader should Dr. see the book of Acts in a English translation, in ordel understand more quickly. All! can be done in this column by week will be to point t~p particular truth or truths ofg tical importance for life toda~ "My Witnesses" The story of the Chris Church begins with Jesus. He~ the marching orders. The ci~ is a true church when it ca~ out his directives, it fades into a no-church when it for~ the Master. Now the quo~ Americans always ask about! thing--a club, a gadget, a chine, even a hole in the grout is: What 1. it for? What's it i posed to do, and will it worW What is the Church suppose do ? What is it for ? That is a question. The New Testament i sents the Church under vat! names, and gives various (the not contradictory) answers that first question. One of plainest of these answers is ill words of Jesus which shine 1~ beacon-light in the very first ~ of this book of Acts-- a light ~ gives direction and meaning to~ whole story, and indeed give$~ rection and meaning for Church of today. YOU SHALL BE N[~ ~:~ NESSES Jesus said to his frill , and follo~;ers. The first and i business of Christians is not.a~; meat, it is testimony. It is not cocting ideas, it is telling a s~ It is not hearsay stories it is sonal experience. The business ~ ;a witness in court or anywla~. else is to state the facts aS~ sees them. The Church has ~ tasks and responsibilities; bU~ we forget this central responsi ity we are not much good 9~1~ wise. Testimony for Christ--witn~ ing on his side--is more than ta~4 When you order seeds or seedlilli~: in the spring you can read W-~ the catalogue says and get q~ excited over the prospect. ]g~ advertisement in the seed c~ alogue, every picture in it, is t~ mony--in talk A much more c~ vincing testimony is what yo~l~ your neighbor actually raised. ~/~ are not going to believe in matoes any better than the tomatoes you have seen and eat~ no matter what the catalogue sa But if you have admitted the matoes from a certain kind of # you can let the catalogue go. The Bible has a great deal to about Chri'~t, and so does Church. But it's with the Chll as with the seed catalogue--~ really convinces people is S~ actual samples. The best wit~ to Christ that can po$sibly b~ a good Christian. Into All the World The tragedy of the chure~ something that would be :~ funny if it were not So tragic wrong. Every Sunday morning~ almost any church, there wilL~ people who are making two takes at once. One is abot~t W~ "witnessing" means. They thilal~ means words, or words-and-m# They take part in the service, sing with loud voices, they say ! nicest things about Jesus or sB! "Amen!" when the preacher them . . . and they call that ''~ nessing for Jesus." True testir# is not just sweet-talk set to mt~ it is, as St. John put it, walld~al[~ He walked, living as He 1i~: Furthermore, an exclusively S~ at-home witness is not what Je~ intended. He distinctly said,~ the end of the earth." HoW" away, in how many lands and 1~ guages, with how many mi#l~ aries, is your church testifying r~, Jesus? A church talking orllY'~ itself about Christ has forgot~ the Directive. !~ (Based ~)n o~tline~ eopyrlghte{l~ the Divisi mr o Christian' Edue$~ National Council of the Church~ Christ in the I. S. A. Reles~e ~ Community Press ,'Service.) ,!~ NEXT WEEK- LESSON-RELIGION THE MODERN