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Communion To Be Observed Sunday At L theran Services i~orld Communion Sunday will b~ observed at St. Thomas Luth- e~n Church in Ranson sunday n~rning with meditation and t~y Communion at the 8:30 and 11,': a. m. services, according to t~ Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. ~ursery held during worship tat 4:00 p. m. Catechism classes a good attendance. Rev. Dawson, meet at the parsonage on Satur-IRev. Stephens and Rev. Wood day at 9:00, 10:00, and 11:00 a. m./were present g Ul, rtl T I,Robert Hill, of Winchester, Va l Meetin dist ~isited his mother, Mrs. F. A. Iiill [and brother, C. J. Hill, last week. I I Gary Capriotti, of Morgantown, for .pre school children. SundaY l pA~m^,~&|u~ O,~m,k I visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. (hurch School at 9'45 a m for %,UU IOI1 ~ [OI1~11 ~ /William Capriotti and son over boys and girls and young men and women; Edwin A. Fitzpatrick, 'rue .Jet~ers n ~oumy .unne.a]the weekend. ~,~n,~ ,m, h,rsh methoaist Cooperative t-arssn will| Mrs. G. W. Emmert, of Wash- ~'~P t *e"s"'~"the i meet at the Millville United Ueth-[ ingt~)n, visited at the home of Mr. ~p class for adu is me t a /and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daugh- church at 9:45 a. m. Junior High ! ooists t;aurcn T.uesuay uctooer t, Luther League meets at 6:30 p. at 7:30 P. M. Ministers, Lay Lea-]ters, and Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel m at the home of Mrs Kenneth [ (mrs an(l omer interesteu persons I last week. F. Athey. Church Council meets lare invited. ] Miss Katie Blackford, of Bar- /dane, was a weekend guest of at 7:30 p. m. on Tuesday attt/he p H ~,~, . . : ]Miss Vicki Houser. parsonage. Epiphany Circle meels r |i K IIV Mr. Frankie Gifft and sister, at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. t w Miss Becky Gifft, and Miss Ben- P. D. Fearnow. Choir rehearsal!--# ~ ~ uL on Thursday at 1:30 p. m. Child. |V w0n l ner,sundayOf guestsSharpsburg'of Mr.Md"and wereMrs ren's choir practice on Friday Wallace Gifft and son. r. -- he erdst0wn Mr. and Mrs. Jay tIoak, of Charles Town, were Sunday IN RANSON, Wo VA. SATURDAY', OCTOBER 4, 1969 The women of the Presbyterian guests of her parents, Mr. and Churches of District IV will con- Mrs. Walhce Gifft and Junior. vene Sunday afternoon. October Mr. and Mrs. Milton Maisel and 5th, at three o'clock at the Shep- son, of Martinsburg, were Sunday herdstown Presbyterian Church, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Houser and also visited Mrs. District IV comprises the church- Charles Knott and son. es of Berryville, Bunker Hill, Cha I Mr. Jack Hill and Mrs. Clar- rles Town, Elk Branch, Gerrards-!ence Wright, of Shenandoah town, Italltown, Kearneysville, Junction, were Sunday guests of Shepherdstown, Stone's Chapel, Mrs. F. A. Hill and C. J. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan, of Tabler and Tuscarora. A film on "Halt Hunger Factor" will be shown, followed by discuss ion and a special offering to all- eviate world hunger. The theme of the meeting is "Call to Decision." Mrs. Raymond Parks, the District Chairman, will preside Mrs. Clarence Wright, President of the hostess church, will give the welcome The wo- men of the Kearneysville Church and Mr. William Hammond of Shepherdstown will present the scripture. The women of the Stone's Chapel and Berryville churches will be in charge of the offering and the offertory prayer. The Halltown Church will have the closing prayer and blessing for the evening meat. There will be workshops for officers and all members of the AT I0 O'CLOCK, A. M. AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE COURT HOUSE IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TWO-STORY BRICK DWELHNG ON THE WEST SIDE OF FAIRFAX BLVD. BETWEEN 7th & 8th AVENUE Situated on Lots No. 7, 8 & of 6 in Block 116 DESCRIPTION: 1st Floor; Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room and Utility Room. 2nd Floor: 3 Bedrooms (2 large, 1 small). TERMS of SALE---I/3 Cash on Day of balance payable in 2 equal annual installments, evidenced by notes of the purchaser and bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum. For Further Information Call: PAUL E. MILLER, JR. -- 725-2524 Or JOHN S. ALFRIEND -- 725-2576 JOHN S. ALFRIEND circles Following the workshops, two minute ~lks will be made as follows: Friends of the Semi- nary " by Mrs. John I. Pancake I of Romney; "Zuni" by Miss Mary Baughman of Winchester; the "1970 Birthday Objective" by Mrs. Martinsburg, and Mr. John Hard- ing and son, David, of Bruns- wick, Md were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mrs. William Miller, who was a patient in the Charles Town Hos- pital, has returned home. HA &TOV'N Mrs. Bernard Ott Hall.Mennor Wedding Saturday On Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, Sept. 13, Miss Donna Lee Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, became the brlde of Mr. Philip Bernard Mennor, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mennor, Sr of Fenelton, R.D. 1. The Rev. Paul McCarthy officiated at their marriage ceremony in St. John's Catholic Church, Coylesville. The altar flowers were vases of white pompons. As a prelude to the ceremony, Mrs. Freeda Shaffer Sept. 25-2t- Executor & Trustee under Will Of Edward A. O'Brien, deceased Thousands Sold for $139 Set! f Donald Pingley, First Vice Presi- dent. I Each women will bring sand- wiches. Salad and dessert will be furnished by the hostess church. A nursery will be available for the children ,brother and sister-in-Iaw, Mr. and [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER J ADVOCATE I Mrs Lester Moler, in Halltown T I ". THURSDAY OCTOBER 2,969 The Women of the Church will I Imeet at the hom~ of Mrs. Ray-/ I mona in Charles Town on I motl er, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, anu [ Oct. "13 at' :30 with Mrs. Step'hen I they had as their dinner guests / I Mrs. Kooert Llnton ann son Anay, II ~'~Iars'". N~ath'an~el~G'ray visited/Of/Ranson, and Mr. Terry Penwell ~A ~ [Mrs. Bessie Cummings and Mr./0f ttalltown, f~j~j~ land Mrs. Lyman Crawford. She I Dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. ~ " "- also visited her cousin, Mrs. ] and Mrs. William Hoak and Miss 1George Strickler all of Bruns-| Dorothy Bowers were Mrs. James fi| [ !i~~! n!i!!!~!~!:;9~9 I wick, Md Thursday. ,Lancaster, of Bolivar, Mrs. Jay I The District 4 meeting of the| Stottlemeyer and daughters, Di- Women of the Church will be'ann and Velvet, Mr. and Mrs. held at 3 p.m. on Oct. 5, in the Frank Simons and sons, Michael 1V'l o Presbyterian Church in Shep- and Mark, of Charles Town. I= herdstown. Each person is asked Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler :~If" Sr~-t~o~ to bring her own sandwiches and spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. -- all are urged to attend. Moler's brother-in-law and sister, n I Mrs. Bernard Ott returned Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clarke, of home Saturday morning after Clearbrook, Va. spending some time with her son- rain's ~no-man's-land~ into East in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Germany. In an inappropriately John Mennor, Sr and son, Dan- light-hearted mood, I andseveraL tel, of Fenelton, Pa. Mrs. John other Americans waved smilingly Mennor, Sr Mrs. James Graham and small daughter, Kristen, of Chicora, accompanied her home for a short visit. Mrs. Bernard Ott, Mrs. John hundred yards Mennor, Sr Mrs. James Graham away. Encour- and daughter, Kristin, spent Sat- aged that they urday afternoon with Mrs. Ken- neth Anders on Euclid Avenue, Charles Town, and in the evening Mrs. Florene Becker was a visitor at the Bernard Ott'~. at two East German border guards staring at us from a watchtower a [ had wavedback, we turned from the border ands Rev. Althouse still laughing, started back through the ffir~t. The dividing line Minutes later, two shots rang ont through the branches above us! In a moment, the apparent peace of the forest was broken again by excited West German border guards and U.S. Army patrols. In response to our in- credulous questions, we were told that, Just after we had turned from the border, two rifle shots had been fired in our direction from the East German side. As I looked back toward the mine- fields and barbed wire of the border, the dividing line between the two Germanys seemed much more ominous than it had a few moments before. It occurred to me that one ought not to be light- hearted in the presence of so terrible a barrier. I have seen men and women gazing tearfully across the Iron Curtain and Berlin Wall. Realizing this division as the con- sequence of Nazl leadershlp, I have heard.them curse the day the seeds of division were sown. Today, how many Germans think back to those days when the presented a program of nuptial Fatherland was one nation and music. Escorted to the altar by mutter: "lf only '[ her father, the bride wore a floor ! Ours is a divided world quite length gown of peau d'Armour] apart from Germany. A man- featuring a scoop neckline, long made line divides Korea into two sleeves, and a beaded cummer- hostile eamps.Anotherline bisects bund above the A-line skirt which Vlet Nam. What was vnce one had back fullness, and a chapel land under British colonial rule train. Her bridal bouquet was has been gerrymandered into the a cascading arrangement of white hostile nations of India and carnations and shaded blue carna- Pakistan. On Formosa, Nation. tions. Sequins dotted her head- alist Chinese under Chiang Kab Miss Margaret Houser piece, a cluster of petals which shek look across the waters to the Chinese mainland under the ~X~4~l~7~&.~:~ held her British silk illusion veil Communist government of ~ :~ ' ~'lwhich featured a cathedral train. Peking. These people too are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle[Mrs. Richard Barzolowski, of moved to muse: ~If only J! and daughter, of Centreville, Va I ~;**~h,~,b o ,m~in wn~ h~r ma. were the weekend guests of Mr. [ 't'~f'~h"~,~,~""~ "w-~r~ "r~- Changes to be made and Mrs. William Snyder and also I lnance" blue'"'floor'-lengttl- gown There were times in the history ,I visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tnml" with Venis lace and of the Hebrewpeople when men Samuel Trundle near Shepherds . " carried an arrangement of light looked at the divided kingdoms I own. I Mr reste- ^ ] blue chrysanthemums. In light of Judah and Israelandbrooded: ~~,"~=" '.~' ~'.'l blue gowns identically fashioned ~If only !" The great united the on near nepnerastown, were v rlaay I ] were the bridesmaids, Miss Angle kingdom forged by the genius of F~ evening guests ot ~/zrs. /~ucreua/ "l~ihi~r, nra - R, 1 r M .T rues King Davidbarely survived the ~"oler ~ t.e rs. a rule of his son, Solomon. At the U;DRIEM * ,Ora am o* ico,a,ter o*t e o* The AOUIt ulass OI me Metno-I ~ ;n ~ ~ ~ T.h. ,mnor . v,u~s Davidian kingdom was split d~st Church held its regular cov- ] :- "^--- "r "*'e ~-ride-room apart, never to be united again. r on 11, ~I~LeI"UI'I~tW U.t ix* w ~ ' ered d~sh suppe Saturday eve- I lot Fenelton, who carrmd darkI What caused this terrible dt- BOX SPIRING nmg at me SChOOl DUlzmng wlm of l AtATTRE$SIAND I Iblue mums. John Mennor, II, I vision? Picture the scene. Thetime IFenelton, R.D. 1, was best man. ' is the year 922 B.C almost a I Guests were seated by Mr. How- thousand years before the birth of Christ. The place is Sheehem where Solomon s son, Rehoboam, Fkst tlme ;n our hidow at [ ard Hall, brother of the bride, of this sensationally law price Get amazing results when you take our I Detroit, Mich Mr. Daniel Men- is to meet with the leaders of the product called SLIMODEX. No prescrip.[ nor, brother of the bridegroom, tribes of Israel and be crowned your money back. SLIMODEX is a tab-I an, ,r. ,osevn Dl gllOlglllgY, Ol king to succeed his father. When for this top qualify maffre rio. needed, you ,o. ugly o, and box spring. On Novem l~t and easily swallo~ved. No st~rving, no,Chicora Road. The V.F.W. Hall he arrives there, however, heflnds bar ]st price will be $139 TWIN OR FULL SIZE ,pe ,a] exercise, no harmful drugs. I; D l~ the that the people want some SLIMODEX costs $8.00 and is sold on/J*a ~-~u~* wa~ ~,*~.-,-~---,~ v. t this ~UARA~rEZ: if not s~Usfied for / wedding hospital|tins. After a[ changes to be made before they EXTU FiRM mN G u' any reason, just return the unused port. [ t. - e ~. b, i~ ill I will commit themselves tohtsrule. ion to the makers and get your full urlw v.~$ v ~,~. ~,~ -- 11 Vm wrm 6" RI LUX FOAM money back. SLIMODEX is sold by: I make their home ,n Pzttsburgh. I Your father made our yoke MOFFETT'S PHARMACY [The bride and bridegroom bothL heavy. Now, therdore, lightentl [are graduates of Btrtler High hard service of your father and .m,n~ .own - ~ umers ~'m*~. I School. Mr. Mennor is attending his heavy yoke upon us, and we Sept. Sdt. d. [ Butler County Community Col- will serve you (1 Kings 12:4). accomplish his egotistical :.1 legs and is employed by. Armco' In order that Solomon might building projects, he hadheavfly EAT WITH " taxed his people and subjected H many to slave labor. While the people suffered under this great burden, Solomon and his seven II Honey, it says here in the paper if we revert to oil heat we will save enough money to take an extra week at the beach next summer. You can depend on us COMMUN OIL COs, INCa 15*YEAR GUARANTEE tf mmmme ~ in~t ~ 4ei~ hundred wives and three hundred concubines, lived in luxurious splendor! Wrong advice! The request which the peoplo made on Rehoboam, then, seemed to be a reasonable one. Yet, after three days to think it over, Rehoboam followed the bad advice of those who told him to ignore these demands and violently assert his authority. The result: the united monarchy Is split into two irreconcilable nations. And the divisions of our world today -- are not the caqses much the same? If only ! (Ikued ~ ~llises copydsMed by ~e D~v~ea d Chri,flc~ llduc~fion, ~ O~u~l; d the Churches d Chr~l in ~s U. S. A, I~sm,~l by Community Press Ssrvke,). Steel Corporation. His bride is attending Allegheny General Hos- pital School of Nursing. After the wedding rehearsal a buffet dinner was given in honor of the wedding party by the groom's parents at their home in Fenel- ton, R.D. 1. At that time the bride presented gifts to their at- tendants. Mr. Wallace Ott returned home last Sunday from the Charles Town General Hospital where he underwent surgery on Sept. 8. Mr. and Mrs. William Striekler, of Berryvllle, Vs was a recent visitor with his sister, Mrs. Na- than|el Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Milbourne, of Charles Town, spent Tuesday aftarmmn with Mrs. Milbourne's ,Stunning Ra on Cover *Mufti.Quilted wi$ Foam -'*Cushio with Layers of Foam *FIRHRITE Permanent Edge Border I DIAL 725-7068 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "Home Of lrme Funiture" NORMAN KISNER CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725.7021 Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 WEST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed on Oct. ~ 5, World-Wide Communion. Every one is cordially invited to take ~'iA~ONW|D~ ~ MUTUAL ,NSUI~NC[ COMPASY | part in this service in all ~ MUTUAL e,n[ ms~t,u~ei ~$1 churches, i .es-r un / Mrs. Suzann Moler, of Fairfax, ! l Va spent the weekend with her Owned Insnmmm ~m $3.00 Per Week SUPE,RTANE SALES CORPORATION DIAL 725-7087 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. EAST CONGRESS STREET READ THEWANTADS I don't remember which I found first, Gmn ma's shoes or her letters. I do recall, that as: I lifted things from her battered'trunk, it seeme as though time had slipped backward; Suddelily ": the lady in the faded family: tintype be,e 1;eal:, ~ ~iii~:::.'.:~ ~ to me. ' " Nicely polished and laced, her tinY sh0ea ,ealed that she was a petite person, neat ' CHUmCH At.t. particular. A faded nosegay indicated :on "rile CHUmC mental heart. "My dear son," her letters "beg ini. ", and as I read her words to that long-ago .boy, "lne ~nurcn ls me greatest mcmr " ed r 'nt: ' on earth for the buildin of chamc- Dad, the reahty of her love seem p terand goodcRizenshlp. t is a store- the sun-drenched room. Outside the du ty,wifido,': : house of spiritual values. Without a . " - ' strong Cha~C:n neither democracy a bee buzzed, ann m that quiet moment Ibecame acquainted with her personality. ) .: person should attend services regu- Often, God reveals Himself tO US in : " lady and support the Church TheY" o n beaut, of His world in * are: (I) For his own sake. {2) For - -a. ~.~ v-- l if' . -- ' ~ ,"~ " ~,~r~- bisehildren'sseke. (3) Forthesako wltnln 11.18 l:ilD e, tnrougn ~ne n~.lnm~l-j" ~ :z~s: Ch h, disposes the f Ine ~vhich needs his moral and rrmterml Attend your ehurch.L Through worshil r ]~+ : iI support. Plan to go to church regu " 4 ' 1 " ~ L ' '" q ~ '~ larly and read your Bible daily, prayer, enlarge your understanding CopFdght 19~/ K~t~ Advertldln Sewlce, Inc Str~bur,V~, ~I~ '. . f Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursdoy Fr day Saturday I 1 Isoiah Jeremioh Matthew Romans Galatians Ephesians ITimothy ~ L J / 53:1-6 33:1-9 11:25-30 8:18-25 4:1-7 3:t-6 3:14-16 -TLII~ | This Series of Messages Is Made Pesslble By The Following Charles Town and eflbrson Firms Who Recognize the Value and Service of the Churches Our Co . HARRY W. ASHCRAFT WEST END GULF STATION Charles Town, W. Vs. Phone ?2S-990S FAIRWAY CLEANERS One-Hour Clesn/ng IN. Geo. SL - Charles Town Phone 725.5613 RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURNACE CO. INC. RANSON, W. VA. Phone 72S-707 -- 725-7071 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J. E. Senseney, Owner Charles Town, W. Vs. KABLE OIL @0. INC. ESSO DISTIUIBUTOR Phone -7S10 - Charl Town COMMUNITY OIL CO INC. ClTGO SnVlC*E Charles Town, W. V& - Mar. tlnsburs, W. Vs Leeetm , Vs Shepherdstmm, W. Vs. SUPERTANE CORP. Phone 725-7087 - Charles Town J. RUSSELL FRITT& INC. PHILCO DEALER Phone T254 11 - Charles ToWn ToWN sso Ssnwc Amerlea's flmest washer, the luxury you can afford. for as Httle as