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.--.._ m 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 Trussell 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 Back and Rocking Chairs; 2 Metal Porch Chairs, G. M. Frigidaire Refrigerator, A-I shape; G. M. 4-Burner Electric Range, A-I shape; Cooking Utensils, Pots and Pans; China and Glass- ware; China Closet, Metal Wardrobe,, Metal Cabinet, Secretary and Desk Combined; 6 Oak Dining Room Chairs, Pictures ~nd Picture Frames; Mirrors, Suit Cases, Floor and Wall Electric Lights; Several Stands, Two 9 x 12 Woolen Rugs, One 9 x12 M~tting Rug, Bed Linens, Blankets, Bolsters, Pillows. Trunk, ~hoe Box, Stools, General Electric Radio, Candle Sticks, Vases, Wall Bracket, Ironing ]~ard, Ga4rbage Can, and Lots of Other Articles not mentioned~ TEI~M~:--CASH on day of sale. ELIZA W. BLACKF )RD, EXECUTRIX. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. October 1 and 8- 2t. COMPLETE DISPERSAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, ]959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (EDST) Will sell at Public Auction, the Following Dairy Herd, Farm Machinery and Other Personal Property, on my premises, located in the Guilford area, 6 miles South of Ellicott City, 2 miles Northeast of Simpsonville, on Oakland Mills Road and Berger Road, between Maryland Routes New 29 and 32; also 1-mile off Maryland 175 at end of Lake Brown Road. Follow Auction Arrows. PURE BRED AND GRADE HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE 61 Head of Dairy Cat le, Bang's and TB Certified, calfhood Vaccinated, tested within 30 days. eligible to ship in any State, health certificates, 24 fresh and springing cows, balance in full flow of milk. 1 Bull, Tom Ormsby Leader, son of Leader from a 2-year old dam with over 600-1bs. fat. 10 Bred Heifers, 3 elose; 11 Open Heifers, ready to breed; 2 calves, all from above cows, mostly by artificial sires. DHIA A~erage--420 fat, 12,172 milk; !0 year DHIA aver- age, 425 lb. fat, 12,000 milk. 24 head over 400 fat; 11 over 500 fat and 4 over 600 fat. Individual Records---18,200 milk, 649 fat; 17,240 milk, 634 fat; 16,200 milk, 594 fat. Inroad ~afle Comet Burke, Reg. No. 3189086--16,110 milk; 6S0 fat. FARM MACHINERY Complete Line of John Deere Machinery including the fol- lowing:---60 Tractor, like new; B Tractor with powertrol (j~st overhauled); fast hitch 3 bottom plow, new 50-ft. elevator with grain hopper and electric motor, front end loader, Kilefer disc harrow on rubber; springtooth harrow, low-boy grain drill, tractor corn planter (2 row}; tractor cultivator, limestone spreader, Haanmermlll, side rake on rubber; 7-ft. mower, sub- sorer, New H~lland 77 Baler, 2 new Case wagons with racks; new Case 120-bu. manure spreader, Dunham soil-fitter, wagon unloader, wagons, trailer and nmny other useful items used In fa4"ming. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Majonnier 400-gallon Bulk MiI~ Tank (1-yr. old); 3 Seam- less Surge Milkers, 2 Stainless Steel Strainers, 1 Stainless Steel Pall, Electric Hot Water Heater, Wash Tanks, Milk Cans, 2 Feed Carts, 2 Jet Electric Fly Sprayers, Auxiliary Tractor Milker Pump. Badger Barn Cleaner with new, heavy duty chain, for 3O cow b rn F E E D 100 Tons of First and"-Second Cutting Alfalfa; 20 Tons Thtrd Cutting a~n~l some Fourth Cutting; 15 Tons Straw, Quan- tity of Alfalfa Silage, Quantity Fertilizer. TERMS:--CASH or Liberal Terms may be arranged for purchasers, regardless of location. Not Resportsible for Ac- cidents on day of sale. PHILLIP THOMPSON et 'al., Owners G. A. L+aMUNION, Sales Manager. BOWl, US and LaMUNION, Auctioneers. (Lunch Will Be AvaUable on. Grounds) October-8 - It. ~irst year catevh~ism cl~ass mevts art 1.0:00 a. m.; con~irm+atic~ cl,~s meets at 11:00 a. m. Meeting Dates Given For Presb edon Circles No., Mrs. Frank :Dane, ~h:a~irm~an ~t 10:30 a. m. v~.t~n MrS. Theodore Around Fifty Present For Dinner Meeting Of Sons At Uvilla Church Hall One o'f the l~rges~ crowds t~is year, numbering around fif~ty members and guests were present Tuesday ,night a:t the Uv~'~lu Chur ch Hall for t~he Se+ptem!ber,meet- lug of t~he Henry Kyd Dougl~as Camp, Sons of Cor~federate Veter- ans. A bouniful roast 0bAcken su,pper was served by the Ladies of the U~ll~la Lutheran Church ~hile Commandar~t Pdchard Crane presided for the o~casion. ~)ilowing the reading of the m~ntttes and the roll call, Dr.W.. H. ~e~'ley, chudrm,an of the en- Cer~a~,nrnent committee, s'howed moving piotures of the Civil War b~t$1es and was given a round of ~ppl~au~se frwn the merf~bers for efforts in bringing the program. The meeting adjourned around 8:30 p. m. Little Michael Martin Given Birthday Party *Little ,Michael ~lVIartin, ,son of ,Mr. and 'Mrs. WiHard ,Martin, was honored on his ,~hird birthday wi,th a pa~t~y o:t ,his home un Sec- ond Avenue Thursday, ~elatember 24. Those ~tte~.nding the ,par~y were ~icky ,Snyder, ~t~ins, ~VIary Lynn and `Micl~ael +Lane Lewis, Ronnde DarLlngton, Oreg Lance, Mark Hat ,raison, l~ul Vaug.han, Jenny ~ue ~mith, ~Varcia ~taley, Donna a~ud Debbie Martin. The ~l)le was centered wi,~h a ~bdr~hd~ay cake, deoors~ted in yellow and green and other ~ble decor- ~tions carried out ~he yellow and green color scheme. Refrest~m~ consisted of cupcakes, ~lce cream and sort dzinks. LI COMPLETE LINE OF Fred spends ab()ut 1,000 hours each year in school. When he graduates from high school he will have sat in classrooms for 12,000 hours Plus homework Miss Harkins assigned nine pages of science to- day. Mr. Brent expects a book report tomorrow. And so it goes every school day--every year. Don't let Fred's crowded school roster worry yoU. He is getting an education--the fine education every American child is entitled to. Let Fred's empty spiritual roster worry you. He is spending ZERO hours in Church School. He is getting NO religious education. And his tragedy is shared by MILLIONS OF AMERICAN YOUTH. THE 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 values. 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: (1) For his own sake. (2) For h/s 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 Book Sunday II Timothy A new kind of homework is needed. By friendly encourage- Monday Romans Tuesday Matthew ment, by sincere interest, by the example of our own families in Wednesday Roma.s Thursday Psalms faithful church life--we must inspire the Freds and their parents Friday Psalms Saturday Job to take advantage of the spiritual opportunities thai: America's churches offer. Chapter Verses 2 15 8 27-28 7 24-27 15 4-6 37 1-2 " 27 11-14 32 4-8 ?opyri~bt 1959, Keister Adv. Service, StralburiL Va, This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. V~. J. L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME J. DONALD EACKLES Harpers Ferry, W. Va. RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Clutrles Town, W. V~. comwNrr~ OZL co., INc. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO STATION MR,. and MRS. NORVAL JOHNSTON Holy Spirit is God's only the Spirit of God is pletely Holy Spirit A inition of the Holy Spirit God at work in the life Spirit is not a messenge~ God, and not an when we say that a has the "spirit" of his that the "spirit" of a be seen in all the Spirit of God is God, God now, .God-in-us. The first tians did not understand after the Spirit came on of Pentecost (one of the Jewish festivals). They brought up as Jews, and that time never supposed God's Spirit was for every only for a very few persons. It was at they learned that the be "poured out is to say all sorts'and of men. They recognized ing of the Spirit as the God in a new and mighty one is ever nearer to God is to the Holy Spirit. What tho Holy Spirit Is Not When an African chief verted, it takes some to induce him to give up magic gadgets. Even the and poorest African says few such gadgets, but a big will have them of charms--it may be a hang around his ok, or belt, or on his wrist, one to ward off lightning, another to protect him enemies, and another to live a long time, and one to him many boy children. Holy Spirit is not that thing at all. The Holy Spirit (as the Testament shows) does not antee freedom from know Christ had the Holy always in him, but yet he terribly. All the Apostles presence of the Spirit, yet them, tradition tells us, tyrs' deaths. The Holy not guarantee that the person will never make There are many mistakes in the New Testament by persons who had ceived the Spirit. More tha~ the Holy Spirit is not a magic charm to keep the from sin. We know that Peter receivedthe Holy we also know that he was ways free from sin after that+ Galatians 2:11-14.) Power-- For What? The Holy Spirit, in the always associated with Jesus himself had saicl to hi~ ciples, "you shall receive when the Holy Spirit haS upon you." Now the Jerusalem had some kinds of er at Pentecost which most never seem to have had came like a blazing wind not come again. Speaking "tongues," for instance. But was another and more lasting er, the power to Christ. This always includes things: the power to grow" like Christ; the power to go business in his name; power to show by by living, what it means people called by Christ's a Christian is not going nor showing, one he has ever known the g CHARLES TOWN o Ran es, ESSO SERVICE STATION CI~IES SERVICE Keaxneysville, W. Va. power. Charles Town, W Va Phone Shepherdstown 2112 Refrigerators, Phone 5007 Charles Totem, W. Va. + ~ . . (Based on outlines eopyri -- -- ------ Ma,tin,b,,g. w. Va. -, esb, g, v,. -- -- Christ in the U. S. A. Rel Washers, Etc. H.W. WAGELEY, INC. ' L L O Y D' S SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE VALLEY BOARD CORP. pLTTMBIN A comm..ity r.,, S. lee.) Phone 241 Charles ToWn, W. Va. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ~ ~ ~, za ~J.~. ,J SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY ..... PHONES 41-M - 621-M T W J E F F E R S O N PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE Charles Town, W Va M A G Att A"S HARDWARE CO., Inc. CHARLES TOW , W V,, " NFX AN{ SHERWIN-W'ILLIAMS PAINTS "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW' ~ .. Phone 45 Charles Town, W Va. VICKERS & ASHCRAFT PPt[A C C[ T R ........... , G s INCLAIR .. J. EMORY KABLE SINCLAIR. GOOD EAR PROD CTS DEALERS :,::,:1 LESSON- RELIGION Telephone 424 0 . ~ gto St. Phone 5036 : I ESSO DISTRIBUT ~ West Washin n 321 West Washington Street Sj, Pholle 578-W Charles Town, W. VII. Charles Town, W. VII+ Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. Va. i il CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ' . ................. ...... ....... ~I ~ MODERN ,+