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“The Importance Of The Present." Sunday Topic, Methodist Church The Rev. Mr. Lee Williams will use “The Importance of The Pro sent” for his sermon topic at Asbury Methodist Church Sunday November 20. The morning Wor- ship ServiCe is held at 11 o'clock. A nursery is provided for this service. Church School is held at 9:30 a. m. with classes for all ages. The church invites you to come and worship. A Thanksgiving Eve service will be held Wednesday, Novem- ber 23 at 7:30 p. m. in the church Sanctuary. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Thanksgiving Service To Be Nov. 24 At 9:30 The Harpers Ferry - Bolivar Community Thanksgiving service at the St. J ohn’s Episcopal Church in Hampers Ferry. The sermon will be delivered by The Rev. Millard Aubey of the Camp Hill Methodist Church. Everyone is cordially invited to attend and participate in the Thanksgiving service. i "Evangelism" Will Be Sermon For Lutherans “Evangelism” will be the ser- mon subject for the 8:30 and 11 a. m. morning services at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ran~ son Sunday, November 20, it was announced this week by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. l Nursery“ held during Worship for preschool children. Sunday Church School classes at 9:45 a. In. for adults, young men and women, and children; James E. Brand, Superintendent. Senior High Luther League meets at the parsonage at 5:00 p. m.; Junior High Luther meets at church at 6:30 p. m. Thanksgiving Eve Serv— ice, Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m.; sermon, “Living Our Thanks." Special Services At Assemny Of God Church Special Services will be held at Calvary Assembly of God Church, located on Fairfax Blvd. and Fifth Ave. in Ranson, Tuesday thru will be held on November 24 Friday, November 22-25. The Rev- (Thanksgiving Day) at 9:30 a. m. erend Guy Duty will be speaking SEWER SYSTEMS 750 Gallon To 1,500 Gallon Septic Tanks, Drain Tile Commercial and Home Sewer Systems - Complete Installation. All Work I ' Is Guaranteed. ' BEST CONCRETE PRODUCTS » Plant Located 1 Mile East or Halltown On Route 340 Tel. 535-2231 or Frederick, Md. 473-7959. chen utensils, pots and pans; Lunch Rights Reserved. MOORE MOORE; Clerks For families who diets we Count on us. PUBLIC SALE Moving to a smaller home we will sell at Public Sale the following articles. Located in Summit Point, W. Va. on: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ‘19, 1966 SALE STARTING Angls:tOOO’CLOCK Walnut chest of drawers; 6 Split; bottom chairs; 6 Cane seat chairs; Bamboo chair: Straight back and Rocking chairs; 3-Pc. Living room suite ,like new; Dressers; Wash Stands; Mirrors; 2 Blanket chests; Brass bed, complete; Metal bed, complete; Marble top dresser and wash stand; Old cradle; Old safe; Studio couch; Some old 01] and China lamps; Raye light; Several card- board wardrobes; Bookcase and books; Several small tables; Buffett; Dining room table; China cabinet; Studio couch with 3 covers: Card. tables; 3 Stove boards; 2 Old clocks; Clothes rack; Picture ‘and picture frames; Window screens and blinds; Curtain rods; Metal cabinets; Benches; Large wardrobe; Kit- ware; 6 Flat irons; 2 Miss Potts irons; Toilet set; Slop jar; Floor light; Bed and table linens; Hand made scarfs; Some clothing; Kalamazoo heating stove, Al-I shape; Warm Morning heater; 4 Burner oil stove; Oil heater; Lantern; Trunks; Stone and glass jars; Wash board; Picnic basket; 8 Linoleum rugs. 9 x 12; Scatter rugs: Tin tubs; Lard cans; Stepladder; 50 gal. Oil barrel; Some paint; Lawn mower; Garden plow; Garden tools; Hedge trimmers; Water can; Axe; Some plaster; Trash can; Lots of other articles not mentioned. TERMS-CASH: On Day Of Sale. Miss Kate & Eleanor Biller ‘ THARPE MILLER; Auctioneers Iran Skillets; China and glass Nov. lO-2t- r A Dial 7232626 - Charles TOWn, W. Va. , on '- Dedlcated to Serving ' Pharmaceutical Needs with All Precision H: .J Your Vitamins supplement their . with vitamin preparations, carry a complete selection. STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS In El I on the topic “The World Church and the Coming of Jesus”. The Reverend Duty will also speak Sunday, November 27th. The serv ice will be held at 7:30 each even ing. The Reverend William P. Reed is pastor of Calvary Assemb- 1y of God. Other services for Sun. day are Sunday School' at 10:00 a. m. and Morning Worship at 11:00. Thanksgiving Eve Service Wednesday At Lutheran Church The congregation of St. Thomas A Evangelical Lutheran Church will hold its annual Thanksgiving Serv ice on Wednesday, November 23. at 7:30 p. In. The sermon title is “Living Our Thanks.” The choirs will sing as an anthem, “I Sing the'Mighty Power of God.” The congregation extends its invitation to come and worship. ...._____......_ HALLTOWN Mrs. Bernard Ott Mrs. Alton Muse and children, Karen, Timmy, Kenny, and Bruce Bowers, all of Halltown, and Mrs. Helen Bowers and son, Stephen, of Charles Town, shopped in Martinsburg on Tues- day. . «Mrs. Robert Linton, of Charles Town, and Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Jr., were in Washington, D. 0., Wednesday on business and had T II E MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. CO L O N I A L FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 , OLD DOMINION Furniture & Appliance. Inc. 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. ' Telephone 72528.11- C O L O R Black & White SALES - SERVICE ANTENNAS INSTALLED l Small Appliances Ranges Refrigerators Air Conditioners-Washers cucu- A FINE SELECTION OF FURNITURE ' SEALY BEDDING NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA INSURANCE? check NATIONWIDE a..”«.~mv--~uo§o—--.—---- tor new ideas! [3 AUTO INSURANCE [1 FIRE INSURANCE [3 LIFE INSURANCE [j HOMEOWNERS C] EDUCATION CI MORTGAGE D ACCIDENT a summons [3 RETIREMENT r Nationwide has new ideas in protection to fill any insur- ance need a: a cost on can afford. Check the p an that Interests you and contact: NORMAN E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I, I AI" 0 N I D E MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY UFE INSURANCE‘COMPANY Home Office: womb“. QM. b, ‘ o. “‘0‘ lunch with the latter’s sister, Mrs. Mary Jenkins, at Hogates. l Mrs. Kenneth Anders and son, Timothy of Ranson, were din- ner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott on Thurs- day. Mrs. Ott returned home with her daughter and spent the evening. Mrs. John E. Moler, Charles Town, Mrs. Irving Gray, of Ran- son, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli, Of Mill- ville were Saturday afternoon vis- itors of Mrs. David Penwell. Mrs. Michael Cotta and daugh- ter, Miss Judy Cotta, of Ranson, visited Mrs. Alton Muse and chil- dren Saturday afternoon. I Mrs. Robert Linton, of Charles Town, was a weekend visitor of her mother, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray. Mrs. John E. Moler was also a Saturday overnight guest. Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Sunday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Anders of Ranson and children, Teresa, Jeffrey, Scott and Timothy. Sunday visitors ' Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Nathaniel Gray were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gray and son, Robbie, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. William Carlisle and Mrs. Mabel Brown of Berryville, Va., Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and children, IMarili, Vivian, and Joey, of Mill- lville. l . Mr. and Mrs Frank Simons and sons, Michael and Mark, of Ranson, wkere Sunday dinner. guests of Mrs. Simon’s parents.1 Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak, and, aunt, Miss Dorothy Bowers. Other ; visitors during the afternoon) were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bow, ers and children, Bonnie and Randy of Winchester, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers and daughter, Teresa, of Charles Town. NOTICE 0f Trustee’s Sale ~H~0use And Lot Shepherdstown District Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness securEd by Deed 'of Trust here- { after mentioned, and the under- signed having been required by the party secured by the said lDeed of Trust so to do, pursuant to that certain. Deed of Trust, [made by Thomas M. Seal and} lElsie V. Seal, husband and wife,l to Frederick 0. Byrer, Trustee, dated January 23, 1965. recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County West Virginia, in Deed Book 271,, Page 260, the undersigned will! offer for sale at public auction inl front of the Courthouse in Charles Town, Jefferson County,I Weatfwrginia, on SATURDAY, THE 19th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1966, 4 AT 10 :30 A. M., 1 STANDARD TIME I all that certain lot or parcel of land with the improvements there on and appurtenance and ways thereto belonging situate, lying and being in Shepherdstown Magisterial District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, on the public road leading from Duf- fields to Uvilla and described in a deed from Myrtle Bradford and husband to F. M, Everhart, dated July 20, 1945, recorded in the ,V Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 163, Page 105, to which deed and plat there- to attached reference is hereby made, as follows: Beginning at an iron pin (Fig. 1 on plat) in the northern limits of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail- road right-Of-way, corner with the Elevator Lot; thence N. 9-50 W. 72 feet to an iron pin (2) a corner to Branson; thence with Bronson N. 25-00 E. 108 feet to a post (3); thence N. 9—50 W. 48 feet to the center of the Duffields Uvilla public road (4); thence with the center of said road N. 7500 E. 67.f'eet to a point (5); thence S. 15-30 E. 116 feet to a post (6) at the northern limits of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail- road right-ofaway; thence with the northern limits of said right-of way 184 feet to the point of begin ning. AND BEING the same land conveyed unto said Thomas M. Seal and Elsie V. Seal by a deed dated June 3, 1961, from Fred- erick O. Byrer, Trustee, and re. corded in the said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 247, Page 55, to which deed and the references therein contained references is hereby made for father descript- Ion. The undersigned acts pursuant to the terms of said Deed of Trust. I TERMS OF SALE: One-third (‘/3) cash on day of sale, balance in two equal in- stallments, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser, bearing even date with day of sale, pay- able on or before one and two years after date respectively, bear ing interest from date at six (6) per cent per annum, payable semi annually, secured by Deed of Trustupon the property sold, and assignment of fire insurance in a reasonable amount upon the building thereon, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser of pay- ing all cash on day of sale or in- creasing the cash payment as he may desire. FREDERICK O. BYBER, TRUSTEE Oct. 274M. m . h BY LAWRENCE W. ALTHOUSE ProphoI.Bo Home! Lesson For November 20, 1966 Background Seriptun22 Kings 24:8rI8;JereInioh29. Duvotioncl Reading: Romans 12:9-2T. ' Imagine that you are a mem- ber of a Christian minority in a land that has been overrun by the Communists. Although they have not succeeded in destroying the'faith, their persecutions of the Church have taken a heavy M toll. The faint- hearted have defected and. the brave minor- " 'ty grows ever mallet and eaker. The .5 word “revolt” begins to be heard frequen- tly among the Rev. Althouse faithful. Then an important letter or- rives. It is from the exiled leader of the Church, a man greatly re- spected throughout the nation. The letter is smuggled through the Iron Curtain and a secret meeting of Church leaders is called to hear its counsel. UnWanted Advice What will the letter say? You hope that It will be a call for an unrelentless campaign of under- ground harassment, sabotage, and eventual revolt against the godless rulers of your land. You anticipate a ringing denunciation Of the Church’s enemies and a promise of God’s help inthrowing off the yoke of tyranny. Surely this is what God will say through this prophetic leader! But he says none of this. The letter begins rather with an ad- mission of guilt: your country is captive because it deserted God. It continues with unbelievable counsel: you and your fellow Christians are to settle down into a normal, peaceful pattern of. life —— there is to be no revolution. YOu are to work for the welfare of your nation as constructive citizens, even praying for it and its‘ godless leaders. It counsels patience: this tyranny will not ‘soon end. It closes with a prom- ise: God will bring great good even out of this tragedy. This is not the message you expected or wantedl‘You are indignant, disappointed, and furious with this man and his traitorous advice. What kind of Christian is he? Has he no faith? N o patriotism? All Part Of Plan This is, of course, an imagia nary situation. Perhaps, however, I it may help us to understand how the exiled Jews in Bdbylon felt when they received Jeremiah’s long-awaited letter. What they wanted from this prophet, who so often had proven correct, was encouragement and a call for resistance against their captors. Jeremiah did not tell them what they wanted to bear, but what he believed God had placed upon his heart: (1) It was God Himself who permitted them to be carried into exile; (2) "Build houses and live in them; plant gardens and eat their produce”; (3) ". . . seek the welfare of the city . . . and pray to the Lord, for in its welfare you will find your welfare”; (4) the captivity would last for no less than seventy ears”; (5) this was not an evil ate, but within the plan and purpose of the Lord. The letter exploded like a booby-trap! How eagerly we wait for the word of God until we discover: that the Lord, more often than 'not, sends us a message we do not want to hear. Like many who go to professionalcoum I selors, we ask for his help but what we want is not his counsel, but his blessing upon our own point of view. Even if we’re on the wrong track, we want him to tell us we are on the right one:' The French critic, Vinet, once observed: “Most friends of truth love it as Frederick the Great loved music. It used to be said of him that, strictly speaking, he : was not fond of music but of the g flute, and not indeed of the flute but of his flute.” Is it not that way in our friendship with truth: not Truth, but our truth? PrOphet, go home! Do not con‘ fuse me with the truth. My mind is made up. (Mod on outlines copyrighted by in Division of Christian Education. National Council of the Church" of ChriII in the U. S. A. Roland by Commonly Pro" Snwko.) Mr. John Pearsall, chaplain at Newton D.Baker Veterans Hospi. tal, will be guest speaker at a Thanksgiving eve service on Nov. 23 'at 7:30 O’clock. BUILDING, BUYING, 0R REMODELING? Insist on [Argosy wiring It's A Vital Part of Your AII Electric Future! The Potomac Edison Co. KEARNEYSYILLE Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Ii: Homemakers} Meet The Edgewood Homemakers had a busy session when they met at the home of Mrs. J. J. Wysong, near Charles Town, Mrs. Gilbert Creamer led the group in devotions following the call to order by Mrs. Ercel Boydw vice president. The lesson sub- jects and meeting places for next year were selected and in- dividual projects were chosen. The following committees were appointed: Better Living and Material Resources, Mrs. Ercel Boyd and Mrs. Harold Burhman; Civic Responsibility, Mrs. J. J. Wysong and Miss Fannie Catrow; Health, Mrs. Homer McKee and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer; Safety, Mrs. Jack Catrow, Mrs. Charles Brown and Miss Margie Boyd;: Human Resources, Mrs. Robert Brady and Mrs. Boteler Link, Jr., and Cultural Advancement, Mrs. Norman Whatzel, Mrs. Roy Put- man and Mrs. Charles Simons. At close of the business session, the hostess served pumpkin pie with tea or coffee. The next meeting will be the Christmas party to be held a tthe home of Mrs. Charles Brown. Mary Creamer, Carolyn Whet- zel, Sandy Byers, Raughn Russell and Stems Marshall attended the Hi-Y, Tri--H-Y Leadership Train- ing meeting at Jackson’s Mill last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh and son, Takoma Park, Md, visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh on Sun- day. The Reverend Paul Curvey, a former pastor, will be guest speaker at the Homecoming serv- Is, IT'LL COUNT! Be it a $5 bill, or $500, as long as,you add it to your profitable savings account by the 10th, your money will earn the entire month’s return. Paying All/2% Dividend Rate FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS’N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. last week. . SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER’S ADVOCA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 ice on Nov. 27 at 11 am. Mr. Cur- vey is Director of Chistian Edu- cation in Montclair, N. J. Church School will convene at 9:30 am. 'and there will be a covered dish =luncheon following the morning service. Mrs. Elmer Keyser and Mrs. Lloyd Painter, of Stanley, Va., ew, Mr. George Hilliard on Sat- urday On Monday Mr. and Mrs. lHillard drove their guests to their home in Virginia. Mrs. Charles Sibole, Glenalden, Pa., and Mrs. Harold Burhman were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kanagy at Waynesboro, Pa. Mrs. Sibole is spending some time with her Ibrother-inalaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burh- man. visited at the home of their neph— ‘ o I BETA; A ; SONOTON "our tinting Deserves!!! \ SONOTON' Of Hagersto ROY R. FURR, M ‘ 733 South Potomac -.' 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