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! 1 + L; mmmmmmm mmmmmmm mmm # "The Enemy Within" Sermon For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- or of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur- :h, Ranson, announced Monday he following schedule of services or Sunday, Nov. 8 and a number ,f n~ght events the following week ?he Service at 11:00 a. m. with ermon, "The Enemy Within". qursery held duri,ng worship; cof- ee hour follows the Service. Jun- or Luther League meets at, the :hurch at 6:30 p. m. for business needing and game night. Senior +uther League meets at the par- onage at 7:30 p. m.; skit-"More ?han Money" Leadership training ionday at 7:30 p. m. followed by ~'hurch Workers' Conference at ;:15 p. m. Wednesday, United ,utheran Church Wome,n meet: ~fternoon Circle ,Mrs. Guy Eber ole) meets at, the home of 'Mrs. :)avid Nichols at 2:00 p. m; Even- ng Circle (Mrs. Edwin Pitzpat- "ick) meets at 8:00 p. m. at the lome of Mrs. John Martin, Even- ng Circle cMrs. Richard Neal) neets at the home of Mrs. O. S, 3loom at 8:00 p. m. Senior Choir 'ehearsal, Thursday at 8:00 p. m, hmior Choir practice, Friday at t:00 p. m. Saturday, first year :atechism class meets at the par- ~onage at 10::00 a. m.; confirmat on class meets at 11:00 a. m. Rev. Sherwood McKee Is! Mrs Francis Whittington ci]airman at 2:00 p. m. with the Of Church In Texas chairman. Named Associate Pastor No Mrs Frank Ba e chair man at 10:30 a. m. with Mrs. John D. McCord. No. 4, Mrs. Ralph Sager, chair- The Rev. Sherwood ~McKee of Kou.nton, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mcgee of Shep- herd~town has been named assoc- iate pastor of the Casa Linda Pres byterian Church, 9353 Garland Road, Dallas, Texas. He was in- stalled in a special service in the church chapel 1atS. 4:30 p. m. Sun- ]day, October . The Rev. Ken- , neth C. Miller is pastor. A native of West Virgi,nia the )Rev, Mr. McKee has been minis- Let of Christian Education at the Presbyterian Church of the Cov- enant in Hous, ton for more than three years. He is a graduate of Shepherd College, Shepherdsgown and the Union Theological Semin- ary i,n Richmond, Va. Meeting Dates Given For Presbyterian Circles The Circles of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church will meet as follows Monday, November 9. No. 1, Mrs. William Stuck, chair man at 3:00 p. m. at the chapel. Easy Terms. Low Down Payment. Llber~ Trade-In. Come in Today! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., Inc. PHONE 228 CHARLES TOWN. W. VA )~,tending to discontinue the County Infirmary, and reLglng the Farm, we will sell the Following Personal Property on the County Farm. located 41/.z miles North- west of Charles Town, W. Va., 1(5 miles East of Leetown, W. Vs., on the Leetown and Charles Town Road, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. 41 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 41 Four llolstein Cows in full flow of milk~ Holstein~ Cow, springer: Ayrshire Cow, springer: Red Cow, springer: Gnern- ~,wy Cow, full flow of milk; Holstein Heifer (open); field, rein Bull Calf, 18 Hereford Cows, of which 5 have calves by side; 6 tlereford Heifers, 6 Hereford Steers ranging from 400 to 800 lbs. each; Registered Hereford Bull, 2~-2-years old. All Cattle T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to Sale. llealth certificates will be given for interstate shipment. FARM MACHINERY 1950 FORD TRACTOR with plow; FARMALL M ~rRAC- Tea with cultivators; John Deere Conveyor with electric motor: heavy disc harrow, light disc harrow, Oliver 15- 7 disc drill, New Idea Corn Picker, Ford Post Hole Digger, McCormick-Deerlng mower, McCormick corn planter, two wagons, on rubber, with beds; wagon with water tank; 2 Oliver manure spreaders, one on rubber; 24 springtooth har- re,w, 22 springtooth harrow, lever harrow, McCor.-Deering 8- ft. binder, with canvas; road scraper, John~Deere side deliv- ery rake, MeCor.-Deering hay loader, John Deere 2- 12- bottom plow, International 2- 12- bottom* plow, Papec ltam* mermilL 21 - HEAD OF SHEEP - 21 20 Western Ewes, Ram, 3 to 5-years old. 46 - HEAD OF HOGS - 46 Six (61 IIaanpshire*Sows, 40 Shoats weighing from 40 to 80 lbs. each. FEED:--.700 Bushels of Barley, 350 Bushels of O;Lts, 50 Bushels of Wheat. 1953 1/2 TON DODGE PICKUP TRUCK with Stock Racks. 29,000 actual mileage. BUTCHERING EQUIPMENT:--Scalding Tank. 4 Butchering Kettles, with stands; Meat Boards, 2 Lard Pres- ses, Scrapers. gambreling Sticlts, Hooks. HOUSEHOLD GOODS'---Majestic Smoke-Eater Rouge Stove, Westinghouse Refrigerator, 3 Kitchen Tables, 2 Safes, Prima Washing Machine, Wardrobe, 17 Bureaus, 12 Straight Back Chairs (old): 15 Beds a~d Springs, Blanket Chest, Tables, 2 Churns (old); Tubs and Buckets. The 'above goods were all used in the infirmary. 70 CHICKENS:-,--60 Laying Pullets. 10 Laying Hens. MISCELLANEOUS :--David Bradley Garden Tr:~ctor, with cultivator and plow; lawn mower, apple butter kettle, corn sheller, 2 seed sowers, wheelbarrow, bag truck, 20-ft, belt, ropes, sacks, saw mandrel, platform scales, 3 hog troughs, 3 12-hole hog feeders, log chains, grease guns, dig- ging irons, shovels, shop tools, and other articles that are too numerous to mention.' TERNfS:--CASH, Nothing to be removed until settled for. cOURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, H. M. SNYDER, SR., President CAVALIER, THARPE, MILLER, Auctioneers. MOORE and MORELAND, Clerks. Lunnch I~ill Be Served by the Ladies of the Leetown Methodist Church. At the same time, place and terms. I will sell the Fol- l~ving Personal Property:--Gulbransen Piano, Norge Washing ,5~:tchine, Dining Room Extension Table, with 6 Chairs; ~t~:nd Dining Room Table with 6*Chairs; Buffet ~nd 9(:ving Table; 3 Wash Stands. Old Settee and Chair. 2 Old Dressers. Victrola Cabinet, 3 Iron Beds, 2 Toilet Sets and Some Dishes. MRS. DAISEY FRITTS November 5 and 12- 2t. man at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. Aus- tin Reger. No. 5 mee'ts at the chapel at 8 p. m. with Mrs. W. E. Henshaw. No. 6, Mrs. Abner Hockensmi,th chairman and No. 7, Mrs. Emory gable chairman at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn. No. 8, Mrs. Robert K. Wall, Jr, chairman at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs Patsy Grant. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Robert SpiLler of Baltimore, Md. spent the weekend with the latters mother Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and two childre,n Donald and Susan, Mrs. Mary Cogle and Mrs. Elsie Cook and three children Linda, Marie and Teddy were Sunday ev ening gues~ts with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters and daughter Doris in Bedington, W. Va. They were callers also with Mr. and Mrs. Leo nard Williams and daughter on Martinsburg pike. Fu,neral services were held on Friday at the Silver Grove Metho- dist Church for Mrs. Effie Fields by the pastor Bey. C. W. Lloyd. Burial was in the adjoining ceme- terY. Mrs. Fields was a familiar person in our community visiting" often with her father Mr. Frank Staubs and her sister Mrs. Leona Staubs. A lovely woman to know :at all times. No matter 'how hard seemed the road she always wore a smile for all she met. Mrs. Fields will be greatly missed by all. The flowers were many and lovely. A series of revival will begin Sun day, Nov. 8th a,t the church here. The speaker Rev. C. W. Lloyd. The meeti,ng will begin at 7:30 p. m. for one week. Eveyone is invited to attend these services. Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Ethel Buzzard were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and son Louie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S,pitler. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children of Mannings were visitors with the latters pare,nts Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and .family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and Arlene Maphis were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. John Whithair and son Keith in Boli- var. Guests on Friday at Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family Were Mr. Gilbert Staubs, Mr. and Mrs. Rola,nd Staubs and children. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sta~bs and cl~tldren, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Seal Mrs. Leona S:taubs of Baltimore, 'Md., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staubs of Neersville, Va. and Mr. Frank Staubs. They were all here for the funeral of Mrs. Effie Fields. Mr. Frank Staubs returned to Baltimore, Md. with Mr. and ,Mrs. ~oland Staubs and family on Fri- day for the weekend. i Mr. a:~d Mrs. Raymond ~taubs and ch,ildren of Mannings' were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family. Miss Susie Grove is taking care ,of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove in Chestnu:t Hill while the mother is Working in the a,pples i,n Round Hill, Va. Mr. Gilbert Staubs of Ba}timore, :Md. spent Thursday night with his brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of Bal'timore, Md. bought Mr. Frank Staubs and Mrs. Leona Staubs home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and children of Chestnu,t Hill were vlsi tors with Mr. a,nd Mrs. Junior Grove recently. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children were visitors with the lat- ters mother and family Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam in Chest nut Hill. Mrs. Leona Staubs who has been visiting in l~altimore, Md. with her sons is now visiting at the home of another son a,nd family Mr. and ,Mrs. Vernon Staubs for a few days Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and children were callers with Mr. and, Mrs. Bill Lon,gerbeam and family in Chestnut Hill recently. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son Delmar visited with relatives in MiHville. Mr. and Mrs. Er,nest Dodson. and daughters of Mlddleway were Sunday callers With Mr. and Mrs. 'Cecil Everhart and Mrs. Maude Everhart. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. William DeMoss and son spent the weekend with his pare,nts Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence DeMoss at Great CoCO,DOn. ~Mrs. John Bragg spent Sunday with her daughter Miss Beverly Bragg in Wash~n,$ton. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Nuneville of Was,hington spent the weekend with her paren*ts Mr. and ,Mrs. Charley Viands and family. ~Mr. :Merle Mart!,n is a rdedical ,patient in N. D. B. Veterans Hos- :pital. Mr. James :Mitchell is also i a patient there in the resul,ts of an accident. He ithere for x-rays and observation and treatment. Howard Gageby of Baltimore spent last week with his ,parents and Mrs. W.E. Gagelay. Mr. and .Mrs. D~ve Oageby and taugbter Joyc visited ~Mr. and ~Mrs. J~mes Potts and family i,n Shepherdstown Sunday. Mr. Ports is now home af, ter being in The Kings Daughters Hospital in Mar- tinsburg last week. for kidney trou- ble. ~Mlss Ida ,Mary iButler spent Fri day ~fternoon with her classmate .Miss Donna Smallwood in Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Betty Kidwiler, Mrs. Sam mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Gageby, Mrs. Dixie Nesa.w ant' Miss Ida Mary Butler spent Satur- day i,n Washing~on touring Lhe city. ~Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and daughter visited Mrs. Daisy Millei and brothers Sunday neat' Dargan, .Md. Born ~o Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Pin kcett in the Kings Daughters Hos- pi~tal in Maz~insburg Sunday a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ernes~ Breeden of Ranso,n visited Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Breeden and family Thursday night. Sgt. Kenneth Mitchell and wife of N. C. are spending awhile wit'h his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell. Mr. nod Mrs. Eugene-Wilt. ~Mrs. Annie Wil.t and daughters Antion ne~te and Arbutus were busin~s~ visitors i,n Martinsburg Saturday. President denies using veto pow Mountain Top 4-fl Club H:/d Monthly Meeting Mountai,n Top 4-H club ]eld their monthly meeting a~ the some of Mrs. lVlichael Rice. the eader. October 26 at 7:30 with ~he new officers in charge. The President. Calvin Woodward, call- ~.d the meeting o order. Mrs. My- trs was present and made a few renouncements. Charlotte and Nancy Pope gave a demonsti'atic,n an third year sewing, Wayne DI! low gave a demonstration on how ~o make a jack-o-lantern. Frankie Dillow. the Vice Presi- dent, led the program with the theme on Autumn. Barbara En- gle, Linda Dillow, Stella Dillow. Charlotte Pops assisted in the pro gram. Joh,n Stagner led the re- creation. We were honored to have 7 guest, s. They were as follows: SPIRIT 3--B OF .JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THUIISDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959 Sharon Jackson. Donnie Lanham Mrs..Margaret Hooe. Lewis Hooe, Frankie Jackson. The officers are as follows: pres ident, Calvin Woodward: Vice pres ide_~t, Frankie Dillow: secretary, Nancy Pope; treasurer, Charles Ott; Sc~ng leader. Charlotte Pope and game leader. John Stagner. Reporter, Charlotte Pope. Shenandoah Garden Club To Meet With Mr. Buckles The regular meeting of the Shenandoah Garden Club will be held Wednesday, Nov. 11 a~ 2 p. m. at, the home o'f Mrs. Frank Buckles. R2qg, C,harles Tow,n. Mr. Wade E. Muldoon will be the speaker and he will talk on evergreens, landscaping and de- In t ~r'n(~Uor~J U~fl~'m Sunday Schc~ Le~ont If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God that giveth to all men liberally and up- braideth not, and it shall be given to him.--(James !:5.) What is the right thing to do? What shall l do or say about this? Even the wisest man will sometimes have his doubts. But Almighty God always will hear a devout, unselfish prayer for His guid- Bible Material: Acts 5:17-42. Devotional Reading: Psalm er ]igh,tly. Dorcas Longerbeam, Danny Dillow signs. [ 6od First__ f V V than men." So said Apostles long ago. It is one ance, and answer it. ;5 This is the nursery of a large metropolitan hospital Six times a day these precious bundles visit their happymamas. And every night their proud papas gape at them through the glass. Nurses wetch over them constantly. Doctors examine them daily. But the statistics in the files of. the police department cast a black shadow over this innocent scene. For one of these babies is J.D. J.D. is short for a juveni!e delinquent. And from police records and census figures we can estimate the proportion of new-born infants who will become juvenile delinquents in .ten to twenty years. The one factor that threatens the accuracy of our calculations is that juvenile delinquency is increasing. ! There are just two ways to deal with the problem. One is to enlarge our Jails. The other is to give every child's spiritual well-being the same' thorough attention that this hospital gives his physical well-being..- 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: (I) For his 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. Is yours a church-going Jamily? Is yours a religious home? CopFtil]ht 1959. l[eilrer Ad~. Servi~e, Str$tburl[. V~e, Day Book Chapter Verses Sunday Proverbs 17 8 Monday I Samuel 2 1-2 Tuesday Mark 4 26-29 Wednesday Psalms 140 4-6 Thursday Proverbs 4 1~-22 Friday Romans 7 20-25 Saturday 1 Timothy 4 11-16 This Advertisement Sponsored By "lhe Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vs. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. V&. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SI3PERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Chgrles Town, W. Vm JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. V& J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOI~ Phone 578-W Charles Town. W. Vt THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL IIOME Charles Town 162 - 35 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown 2683 RANSON' REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Vii COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martlnsburg, W. Vs. -- Leesburg. Va~ VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN. WEST RGINIA RODGERS SINCLAIR ~IINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St Phone 5036 4~h~trles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON. WEST VIRGINIA VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. Vs. MAGAHA APPLIANCE CENTER V~'ESTINGHOUSE HOME APPLIANCES Ranson, W. f Va. Phone 424 CIRCLE SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Ranson, W. Vs. Phone 789-W W. & R, SALES, INC. BOX 591 PHONE 113 CHARLES TOWN. W. VA. PITTS CHARLES WASI INGTON THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" famed quotations from the Is this just something from times" or does it mean today ? "In God We Trust" is a everybody has seen on his But how many peopl6 do trust in God more than in money? They say that the dif- ference between North and South America is that the Europeans who came to settle South America came to Dr. find gold, but those who North America came to find Is this true ? And if it is, guess it from what North leans spend their time after ? . What Kind of fled? "Everybody talkin' about ain't goin' there," an old ual" sings. You might add, body talkin' about God real friend." With better we might say that there is a talk about God, in magazines clubs and newspapers and the church, that is no more talk. It does not go deep means very little. But even it does go deep and mean thing, does it mean the We don't want to be pessi about this. We don't mean cuse the whole population of hypocrites. Nevertheless an appalling lot of loose tal~ to music sometimes) about "GOD Y'IRST" is a noble God who is not first is no God "God first" is noble only means the right kind of in other words the true the true God is the only right of God there is. Therefore a!1 wrong God are actually no gods only make-believe Images out in the minds o;f people. For instance, if people about "the Man upstairs," may think they are singing God. but they are not. God a man, not even an enormou~gl filling man. . e Rival' Gods It is not far wrong to whatever a person with heart puts first, that is GOd. him. Religious people God from whom all But if we may Judge people'$ opinions by their actions, we, have to conclude that some if they were absolutely frank it, would prefer They would have a It would be "Praise Wealth which all blessings flow." wealth, but public opinion, ity, power, success height of tailfins in the motor) may God to those who texpect ing from such things. is perfectly harmlesS, may be a p_~atty toy, so .Io~ is only a doll. But if some one hold of a doll and sets it t~ god and prays to it, that airy and it is ~)ad, So success and security are things; it is when they are as rivals to the true ODd become symbols of sire Loyalty Oath We hear a good deal alty oaths. The fact is, who is a professed made a public vow of God, when he has taken his as a member of the Now what? If that is the it, if he is seldom if ever the church again, if he cart be counted on to share in work, if he cannot spare tenth of his income for dora of God, then what loyalty oath amount to? Temperance Sunday, and sence of temperance, of the tian sort, is living with Lion for others, not your own comforts. A "member" who on luxuries (whether whatever) . for himself, might be sharing for the the needy (in mind, spirit) through all the member in name only. If we mean "God First," we mean tend~ to obey God first. To oneself alone shows that after all, a stranger. (Based on eutline~ eopyl the Division of Christian National Council of the Christ in the 1J. S. A. Community Pre~s Service.) NEXT WEEK. ? LESSON-RELIGION mE MODERN H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington St. Phone 216 Charles Town, W. Va.