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mmmmmmmmmmmnm m m mm m mmmmm mm mmmm mmmmmmmmmm m mm mmm Ul i ii I TIlE WEATHER AND OTHER i i ii By Mrs. Georgia Pearl Topis Weather We really have had changeable weather the past week, strong winds, rain fog heavy clouds and coin. One week this past Mopday ]m); ping heavy clouds ~bout ,noon ~n coming down later in the ev ,~::,/ some clearing and strong wc~.~-y winds. Tuesday morning ral[~ which continued all day clear ins" i~ late evening ttu'ning much colder and windy. W'ednesday mor ninE clearing, cold and very high and strong winds the rest of after noon and at 4:30 p. m. snow fla- kes coming down. It really looked like real winter; s~ow didn*t last but a short while. That was our second snow. Thursday morning clear and just real cold. Friday a high and strong wind some lit- tle wanner. Saturday morning a shower in early mormng clearing and tuvning colder i~ late evening skies heavily clouded and cold night 28 degres. Sunday morning cold, thick ice frozen cloudy and about 4:30 a snow flurry and cold ) L. McDONALD, JR., AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. Hellwme~ng THE TRAVI[I.Elql, I Ill ] IIII (penetrating air. Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt and little son Duane were dinner guests Sunday with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mat'- shall of Lovettsville, Va. With People Supply Mr. Clarence Grove has accep- ted a position with the Peoples Supply in Charles Town. He be- gan his now duties Friday morn- ing. Butchering Time Again Well at last butchering time is here i,n our little vicinity. The first one to start the butchering on the way was Mr. C. N. Hawk on Wednesday when two fine pork era were soon ready for the days work. Everyone giving a helping hand the work was soon rolling a- long. Those who had a part in the butchering were Mr and Mrs. John Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl, Mrs. Inez Hawk, Clarence Grove, Jerry Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove and Mrs. Annie Grove at twelve noon. The me~ folks who had been very busy laid aside their work and did their share of eating the ~ppetizing dinner of roast turkey and just everything that goes with roast turkey to make a delicious meal. Everyone present were well antis fled and felt as though a little nap would be the next best thing but at butchering time everyone must be an the move and after dinner everyone put their should- er to the wheel and rolled merrily along and at 2 p. m. all was fin- ished and folks on their way home. Mr. Charles Talton of Hamil- ton, Va. spent several days with his son and daughter Sandra and Dennis at the home of their gra,nd parents Mr .and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Mrs. Calvin Ring who was a sur gical patient in Winchester Mere orial Hospital, Winchester, Va. re turned to her home Friday. Mrs. Ring is convalescing very satisfac- torily. I must add a line by say- ing best wishes to you Betty for a speedy recovery and better health. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- rett were dinner guests Thanks- giving '@4~ w.fth Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd at the parsonage. Two Fine Porkers Mr. John Hawk and Mr. C. N. Hawk assisted Mr. Paul Oarrett of Murrell Hill with butchering two fine porkers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Church, Va. spent the week end at their ranch home at the Blue Ridge Mountains. Mr. J. D. Smith of Falls Chur- ch was a business visitor at the Discontinuing Housekeeping I Will Sell at Public Sale, the Following Articles. located ~tbout one mile North of State Road No. 340, on the Old Furnace Road going toward Bakerton, W. Va., on G. C. Pearl home Monday morn- ing. Killed Three Nice Porkers Mr. and Mrs. Willie Piper but- chered three nice porkers Thanks giving day. Those giving their nei- ghbors a helping hand were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Joh~nie Mercer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and daughter Shyrl, Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Piper and family, Miss Carol Lancaster and Mr. Lee Hire. The hostess served u most delicious roast turkey dinner and from all reports after feasting the work after dinner went a little slow but by three p. m. every one wa~ on their way home. A Fine Baby Girl Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Ashbau- gh are the proud parents of a fine baby girl born in Charles Town General Hospital November 7th. The little Miss tipped the scales at 8 lbs. and 5 oz. and has been named Susan Lynn. This addition to the family makes six children four girls and two boys. I wish to add a word by sayhng congratulat ions to Mr. and M~. Ashbaugh They were our neighbors at one time and just fine neighbors. Mr. Herman Garrett was a visi- tor Sunday evening with his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Garrett of Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ambrose of Engle and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Char- les Garrett and Mrs. Lillian Gar- rett were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl at their home. Honored on Birthday Mr. and Mrs. John Runion were highly honored by their children and their families Saturday ev- ening in keeping of their birth- days. Mrs. Runion celebrating her 57th birthday and Mr. Runion his 60th. Those taking a part in this the birthdays of their parents were Mr. and Mrs. Richard West and two sons of Purcellville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Runion and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Pain ter and family, Mrs. Alma Hardy, Mr. John Runion, Front Royal, Va.; Miss Helen and Jewel Hardy, Mr. Paul Runion, Miss Ann Fran- cis Ru~ion, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd. A turkey and ham dinner was served and for dessert pump kin, mince meat pie and lemon pie and cocoanut cake and ice cream. The honored guest receiv- ed a number of useful gifts. Rev. Lloyd Preaches Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg- ular appointment Sunq~y morn- i,ng at eleven a. m. reading from S SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 very thankful and most grateful for this another Thanksgiving BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. 9-Piece Veneer Dining Room Suite; 5-Piece Living Room Suite (Old): 3-Piece Modern Living Room Suite, Two 3- Piece Oak Bedroom Suites with Springs and Mattresses; 2-Piece Bed Room Suite with Springs; 4-Piece Bleached Oak Bedroom Suite with Springs and Mattress; Feather Tick. Singer Sewing M~hine, 2 9x12 Axminister Rugs. 2 6 x 9 Axminister Rugs, 10 Axminister Scatter Rugs. Over- stuffed Platform Rocker and Occasional Straight Back and Rocking Chairs. WALNUT FRONT CORNER CUPBOARD, MARBLE TOP WALNUT BUFFET, Large Mirror, Old Pictures and Picture Frames, 2 Coffee Tables, Maple Top Book Case, End Tables. Wall Whatnot. Magazine Rack, Smoking Stand. 2 Oak Stands, 6 Wooden Flow%r Stands. 2 Wooden Benches, 4 Floor Lamps, Set of Buffet Lamps, Table Lamps and Bou- doir Lamp, O11 Lamp, Bath Room Scales, 6-Foot Cold Spot Refrigerator. 2 Electric Heaters, New Electric Grill and Waffle Iron, New Deep Freeze, Electric Mixer with Fruit Juicer; Steam Iron, 2 Electric Irons, Kenmore Washing Machine. Kitchen Cabinet, Kitchen Tables and 8 Chairs; Metal Kitchen Cabinet and Utility Table; Hot Blast Coal Stove, 3 Large Tables, Stool, Lot of Books, Porch Swing. 2 Porch Chairs, Lot of Dolls and Toys: Fire Screen and Fire Irons; Lot of Canned Fruit and Preserves; Iron Stone Wash Bowl and Pitcher: Toilet Set, Pots and Pans; Iron Skillet, Coffee Pots, Roasters, Calanister Set, Fostoria Crystal, China and Glassware, Some very Old; 2 Complete Sets of Dinner Ware; Pyrex Baking Dishes, Pie Plates, 2 Sets of Silverware, Cooking Utensils, Pots and Pans; 3 Piece Lug- gage Set, Bed Linens, Table Linens, Blankets, Feather Pil- lows. Feather Sofa Pillows, Curtain Rods. Curtain Stretch- ers, Quilting Frames. Ironing Board, Old Record Player. SausAget Grinder, L~rd Press and Stuffer, Cherry Seeder, 5-Ft. Step Ladder, Iron Dinner Pots and Tea Kettle; Garden Tools, Some Other Tools~ Lawn Mower, Old Crocks and Jugs; Corn Sheller, and Lots of Articles not mentioned. the Bo~k of Second Corinthians, the twel~h chapter and first ten verses. Subject "Weakness". Attractive Church Sign The outside of the Chestnut Hill church has added quite an at tractive sign just at the entrance of the church which I feel most sure will mean a great deal to the home folk's and also strangers as passing by which perhaps they would want to know the name of our little village and as a church what a demonstration and the sign reads as follows. Chestnut Hill Methodist Church, time of services and pastor. We wish to ;hank Mr. John Runion for pro- 3osing this wonderful idea. We )we more to Mr. Runion than just tha,nk you. He knew it was the making of the appearance of the church and his pledge was at the 'beginning $50.00 for his family. Mr. Runion and his 'family mean more than we oan express in word to the church. He is always willing and ready to do his part. So Mr. Runion we are very proud of this slg,n and we are grateful to you. Busy Thanksgiving Day Well Thanksgiving day was a busy day in Chestnut Hill and I feel most assured everyone was Day. There were five butchings in Chestnut Hill. Quite a turn out plexnty of help, just gazing a- round it looked as though there would be some sort of a picnic on home coming. Those butching were Mr. Melvin Longerbeam, three fine porkers; Mr. G. W. Wilt two fine porkers; Mr. Willie Pip- er, three porkers; Mr. Virgil Peer four and Mr. Oscar Grove, three porkers. A very nice day for every one and also Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove butchered three nice pork era. Those assisting Mr. Grove were Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. axed Mrs. Thurman Hawk, Mr. John Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Piper of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Penwell of Charles Town, Mrs. Annie Grove and Mr. C. N. Hawk. The hostess served a roast turkey .dinner for dessert. Pumpkin pie and cocoanut cake. Everyone did their share at this sumptous meal. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer La~tue, dau ghter Connie and son Lonnie of Mannings were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hum- phrey Wilt and daughters Arbutus and Anti,annette. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilt of Char lea Town were visitors 8~nday af ternoon with the formers parent, s Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Miss Antionnette Wilt who is employed at Newton Baker Hos- pital spent Thanksgiving Day and the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and sis ter Arbutus. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter Cindy were dinner guest on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickel and daughter Norma Jean were visi- tors Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr, and 'Mrs. Floyd McDaniel were Christznas shoppers in Win- chester Friday. NO HUNTING. NO TRESPASS- ING SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate on North George Street, Chgrle$ Town. Ruv your needs oday. Oct. 2 - tf.----nv ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY 1949 FORD 4-DOOR CAR---A-1. Shape. TERMS :---CASH On Day of Sale. Luncheon Rights Regerved. MRS. NANNIE V. WISE NED MORltOW, Auetfoaeer. MOORE ~a~d FURR, Clerks. Nov. 19, 28 & Dec. 3- 3t. USE CLASSIFIED ADS Lutherans Will Have Holy Communion Sunday Communion meditation and the administration of the Holy Communion, will be carried out at the 11 a. m. Worship service at St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Ranson, Sunday, Dec. 6 it was an nounced Mc~nday by the Rev. Rich ard E Neal, pastor. The nursery will be held during worship. Sun day Church School at 9:45 a. m.; Raymond Frazier, Superintendent Junior Luther League meets at the church at 6:30 p. m.; topic, "The Bible in Many Tongues". Senior Luther League meets at the parsonage at 7:30 p. m.; topic "What Do You KI~ow About J.es- us?" Wednesday, United Lutheran Church Women- Afternoon circle meets at 2:00 p. m. at. the home of Mrs. S. H. Stone; both evening circles meet at the home of Mrs. P. D. Fearnow at 8:00 p. m. Thur sday, Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p, m. Friday, Junior Choir :practice at 4:00 p. m. Saturday, first year confirmation class at 10:00 a. m.; second year confirm- ation class at 11:00 a. m. Potomac Pioneers 4.H Club Plans Programs The program for the year was planned at the meeting of the Po- tomac Pioneers 4-H Club of Shep herdstown which was held in the home of Suellen Headlee on Fri- day,, November 20th. Mrs. Marian Myers, club agent, in. her talk an nounced the Achievement Dinner which will be held on December 5th. Names were drawn for the Christmas exchange which will take place at the December meet- ing in the home of Lois Tablet. Those present were Deborah El- SPII{IT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 6--B THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1959 liott, Susan Stanley, Lois Tabler, Sharon Smith, Elizabeth Ann Mar tz, Suellen Headlee, Mary Lee Lem en, Dariene Lemen, Mark Snyder, Corn Luu Fraley, Kay March, Pe~ gy Currier, Sandra Osbourne, Cat' olyn Osbourne. Kathy-Jo Smith, Paise Wright, Mrs. Myers, Miss Betty Albin, club leader and Mes dames D,tvid Stanley, Douglas Cu~ rier, Harry Martz, John Fraley, Jr,, John Smith and Ralph Head- lee, GLEANERS CHRISTMAS PARTY SET FOR DEC. 8 The Gleaners Class of the Char lea Town Methodist Church will hold its Christmas Party Tuesday Dec. 8 at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. E. N. White. There will be a gift exchange. USE CLASSIFIED ADS Read The SPIRIT-ADVOC&TE II DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED Hours:.--9:45 5:00---Closed Tuesday and Thursday "OPEN EVEN1N(;S By Appointment Only. Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. m ii What do you think of that fi/:st nigh.t at Reform School? . . of the world bUtside, dark and crisp; and -the guys who hang around the drug store! .... ...... . . of kids and cops, laws and judges, courtrooms and cells.., the morbid adventures of the last lagging .month. . . . of the home from Which you came . . . and what it might have been ! ....... And you think of God-.... of days when church bells rang.., and other kids went to Sunday Sehobl,... and you had to be quiet so you didn't wake your parents! . . of times when you might have.prayed...but you didn't know how . . . and no one around youseemed to care! . . of questions you once asked about God ... but Dad was busy, and Morn hadn't time to explain. The first night in Reform School -- what a tragic place, for a boy to be confronted with those vital spiritual issues wifich w~se parents should have faced in their children's i.ta~wy Copyr,6ht 1959. Ke;tzer Adw. Service. Str~eaurl[. Vir~inla THE CHURCH FOR ALL .. ALL FOR THE. CHURCH The Church is ti~e greatest factor on earth [or 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. Day Book Chapter VerSes Sunday Psalms 38 6-9, 21 Monday Proverbs 16 28-33 Tuesday Psalms 142 1-7 Wednesday Acts 26 9~15 Thursday Psalms 5 1-4 Friday Matthew 7 7-12 Saturday Psalms 119 9-16 I This Advertisement SpoRsored By The 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. Vsh H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone ~41 Chm'les Town, W. Va JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. VS- J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOI~ Phone 575-W Chgrles Town, W. Ve , ,,., H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington St. Phone 216 Charles Town, W. Va. THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town 162 - 35 SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown .2683 RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. lgANSON, W. VA, PHONE ~09 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 .Chaeles Town, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. V~. M~rtinsburg, W. VL -- Leesburg, V~ VALLEY BOARD CORP. IIALLTOWN. WEST VIRGINIA RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone S036 Charles Town, W. V~. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS RANSON. WEST VIRGINIA VICKERS & ASHCRAFT GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Street Phone 5006 Charles Town, W. Va~ MAGAHA APPLIANCE CENTER WESTINGHOUSE HOME APPLIANCES Ranson, W. Va. Phone 424 CIRCLE SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Ranson, W. Va. Phone 789-W W. & R. SALES, INC. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BOX 591 PHONE 11~ PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" ~,e~g~~.~e'~-~- - _ 'lntemal~4~d Un d~'m Sunder Scho~ Learns Bible Material: Acts 9:10-31. Devotional Reading: ColossianS New Convert Lesson for December 6, FIFTEEN thousand, dred eigthy-two persons for Christ when Billy down in New Zealt (It was fall down there) happen to those 15,000 nee verts ? What has happened verts in other Billy Graham ings? The answer to depends on the converts them- selves; but it de- pends also a great deal on what other Chris- tians do about it. Billy himself has said, "After the obstetrician comes the pedia- trician." The Dr. birth of a baby is important news; but suppose from that ment everybody forgets and nobody does a single him ? In that case the as well never have been Qefling Aoquaintsd Saint Paul was a new once. The church of the age" much to him, but we also great debt to some people whose help Paul become the great apostle sionary that he was. ' He was very eager to ge! to Jerusalem where he had up his career as an He risked his life, in fact, back there. He knew that effective place to give a hess is just where you a bad witness in times much easier to go to a nlace for a complete new than to make the new start i old surroundings. But Paul took the easiest way, find him back in Jerusaler~ lonely man. For not a there would speak to known as a )]acable enemy of all When he began speaking for instead of against him, the tian~ were shocked and but one man, Barnabas, I-to this new eonvert and him to the church leaders fellow-Christian. And whe~ got acquainted with the rna~ things began to be That's the first thing a tian can do with get acquainted. Do you gelistic services in your community? And if so, the new Christians to you ~tatistics, just a list of are they really people? If new converts mean to Christians is statistics, then all they'll ever be, statistiC~ in the end, statistics of New converts are ~cared than they like I hold out? they ask over and over. They have : discovered that it is not a of their holding on. but Now put a man who himself in the midget of have no faith in him, just like buzzards for him to fall can pick his reput and you start him off rifle odds New converts the encouragement they It is nothing short of people who to be ~ians. to ace and talk as were betting on f Christian. Furthermore, note that good practical did not keep his young Paul to personally to the leading tians of the city. A Job Paul was a tentmaker, hobby but as a job for naps he worked at Jerusalem. But not, the job that really him was an opportunity to for Christ. He t bated around Jerusaler~, may be sure he would been given an this if the Apostles proved In short, to modern terms, they gave in the church for it; but the point is, vneouraged him to sP( Christ. to use his and speaker and debater, )f Jesus. The most :hing older Christians { '~ new one is to throttle to choke off his best thing older ?or a new convert is him to win others. (Based on outlines 'he Division of Chri," qgtional Council of ~hrist in the U. S. Community Press Se NEXT WEEK- LESSON-Retl6101t THE MODERN