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~E~'~I~A~.~-ToWNPAP~RSI INCI ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. i~i+ I J I II I I ' , BIBLECOMMENT FOR SZrT. S i s,. P oul We, Very Fortunate In His Friends :SAINT PAUL in his missionary, ~ Journeys was subject to many ~i!:~: dangers, privations and hardships: ~ but he was fortunate in his friends. ~, (Read Acts 18.) ~ ~ Wherever he went he made. or found, friendly Christian converts ~: and hospitable homes. Moreover. ~:: he seems to have been not only a welcome guest, but one easy to en- ,terrain; for wherever it was possi- ble he worked at his tent-making [~: craft. Paul was strong for the doctrine i that if a man didn't work he had no right to eat. In all such matters Paul set a : perfect example. He recognized that all men might not be as re- sourceful and efficient as himself, ~: and he approved it as an ordinance of God that those who preached !,: the gospel should live by the gos- pel (I Corinthians 9:14) But he took pride in the fact that he was able to support himself. This probably was easy when he stayed in Corinth with the Chris- tian couple, Aquila and Priscilla, for like himself they were tent- makers, and in that busy Grecian i.i: :: city there was probably t)lenty of isale for their product. There was i !an early Christian tradition to the inflect that Priscilla was a Roman ilady of some prominence, but IAquila was a Jew, and they had .... had to leave Rome because of a decree of the Emperor Claudius !:' expelling the Jews from that im- peria! city. ~ The fact that the couple are i:: referred to more often as Pris- ~' cilia and Aquila, than as Aquila and Priscilla, would seem to sug- gest that the wife was the more i forceful of the two. Chrysostom. one of the fathers of the early church, says that it was Priscilla Who gave the instruction to Apel- i IOS in the Christian way (Acts 18: 24-28). + i~ ~ Undoubtedly this Christian cou- ple in entertaining Paul received a great deal more than they gave, To have in their home, and to work day by day with such a well-in- formed and noble Christian. must have been a very rich experience. $0 N/ce To COma i + HOME TO ! THE .,. IVAN ! OIL-BURNING HEATER i; if Made by Perfection Stove ComLmny, this trim-looking, +Mrs. Jasper Thompson, bl Shenan- doah, Va. Mr. Leroy Rena]ds, of Front Royal, Va., is spending some time with his aunt and uneie, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Osbourt,. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snyder, of Baltim'ore, spent the week-end at their home here. , , . : Mrs. Jesse Boyd visited her ~,s- ton. Mr. Buck Peregory, of B:alti- more, spent several days With friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Benner, Mr. Guy Cook, M,'. and Mrs. Ellis Cook, Mr. and Mrs Charles Coulter, Mr. and Mrs. Vickers Cook, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Cook, and Mr. and MrS Jaek Cook attended the funeral of Mrs, Ju~es Le June, in Clarksburg, o~t Monday. * Mr. ann Mrs. Kister Everhart, of year, and is a sister to the late Mr Religh Houser of Bakerton, and has often visited here with her bro- ther and others Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose m~d Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose and sen visited Mrs. Gertie Weaver and son, Marion, near Sandy Hook, Md.. Sunday of S. W. Wysong, of Charlestm~m, died-at Rockbridge Alum Springs, Va. Other Deaths -- At Kableto~x,'n, Mrs. Louisa Langdon, wife of Charles H. Langdon; in Boiivar, Henry Stuart, aged 31 years. Seventy Years A-g~=, 1878 - ~rr ter and brottmr-in-law, Mr. and We are very sorry to learn of the Died -- hz Columbus, :,y., +,, s. Mrs. Robert Eilertson, in Was'ring- death of Mrs. Nannie Bell Cook Le- Mary H. Carter, formerly M;ss June, who died in a hospital in Mary H. Lane, of Charlestown; at Clarksburg, Saturday, August 28. his home in the county, Gee. N. Mrs. LeJune was the oldest daugh- Lh'nch, aged 62 years. ter of Mr. Guy Cook, and was born The Democratic County Con ;en- and reared in our neigilborhood, tion selected the following execu- Moore, Thomas W. Beale, G.F. Cross, Lawrence Montague, Gee. S. Eyster, C. L. Barnhart, and James Smallwood. James N. Gallaher bought the house ann lot of 7 acres, known as Harrisonburg, Va., visited Mrs. Robert Cross Thursday. Mr. and Mrs., Everhart formerly lived here. Mrs, R. L. Satterfield and daugh- tel', Mrs. Keith Morriss and chil- drelb of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. RenaIds and grandchil- dren, of Front Royal, Va., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. but had lived i~ and around Cla,'ks- ~ive committee: Dr. John D. Star- burg since her marriage. She had ry, chairman.: Major J. Lawrence taught school in Salem for a long Hooff, John T. Colston, Dr. A. Ma- while, son Evans, John J. Grantham, Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and Isaac H. Sta-ider, James T. Tcus- children are spending awhile in sell, A. C. Morgan, Shepherd Lu- Washington with Mrs. Lena Light- das, John F. Wetshans, Lee H. Mol- ner and tinnily, er, A. B. Yates, J. P. Hess, Logan Mr. Luther Manuel of Martins- Osburn, James M. Johnston, James burg viisted Mr. and Mrs. Steve W. Coyle, M.W. Burr, John S. Lisak, Sunday, and enjoyed fishing in the l'otomac. 1 Mr James Covert spent last week with his grandson, Roy Dunn, and family, at Uvilla. Mr. Covert cele- brated his 82nd birthday August 30th. I~orks this way. If you have a number of debts that you can't seem to pay off, consolidate them into one low-cost bank loan. It is easier to concentrate on the one bank loan and pay it off systematically. BANK CHARLES TOWN PHONE 19 Member of FDIC r" ,,. GOES TO Lunch box, leather jacket and a smile . . . oLt-burning:space heater speUs Victor Osbourn. warmth without work or dirt. { critically ill in Newton D. Baker automatic fuel feed andCenter, is slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coulter, of + delivers30,OOOB.t.u.perhour. Washington, spent the week-end ltsadaady!Other-$izesalso with hisparents, Mr. and Mrs. avMlable to suit your need. Stewart Snmllwood. ou - .1.. 'lwood Buracker, ,,,ho has P. / GOES T--0-O CANADA .. t |/~I.~_ @DA ~ Mrs. Nettie Davis left Friday for %~ I! .,.,-~~~ Montreal, Canada, where she will ~~__ " ::::~o:,~?,:::=e~t,tOe ~:J:7;; + C latte" pa1+t f September" S HO Phone I14.$ ~H&ELES TOWN, W. VA.- m I will sell at Public Sale the Following Personal ~~ Property at the Court House in Charles Town, fief- .... ferson County, W. Va., on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1948 Beg'inning at 1"00 O'Clock P. M. (D.S.T.) HOUSEI:IOLD FUyNIT?_IRE + NoteBooks One Chest of Drawers, 1 Dresser, St nds, 1 Po~.ta- Composition Books ble Radio, 1 large Mirror, Smoking Stand, Chairs, / Drawer Cabinet, 2 Utility Cabinets, '2 Hot Plates, 1 Note Book Fillers 2-bm'ner Hot Plate, Dishes, Cooking Utensils, 2 Line- 2-3-4 Hole Binders leum Rugs, Vegetable Container, Trunks, Window Rulers Paste BURGLARS Screens, Screen Doors, 1 Oliver Typewriter, an as- KI~EP OUT| sort,lent of all kinds of Tools in excellent shape. Pencils Glue ' One 1937 Py~mouth, in good shape. ,.,'~: Pens Protractors Posting s dgff i~ ~;~ur window won't keep bur- TERMS CASH :'Nothing to be removed until it @, ; Crayons Compasses glars away. It's ~ar better is settled for. Pencil Sharpeners to h=ve =n tna Store- N. CLARK FURR Staplers keepers' Burglary and ADMINIS~TRATOR. Construction Paper Robbery Policy that willC. PRESTON ENGLE, Auctioneer. -" Lunch Kits make good the loss if thgz G.E. VICKERS, Clerk. ~ Blotting Paper should come. ~ We suggest you buy YOUR Grove & McDonald At the same time and place I will sell the follow- SCHOOL BOOKS and SUP. PHONE 216 ing Personal Property :--I Electric Kelvinator, 1 Metal ~ PLIES in advance of School Top Kitchen Table, 1 white stool, rocking chair~,,, ~1 i !, !, ~+ ~ .: Oplenimt. ~ ~ ~ : i+,.i r~ ~:'~ C~HARLES TOWN, W, VA. wooden bed with~box sl~rmg's; I wardxobe, r,Ceitar + :~ : .., ' wardrobe, 1 large~ screen, One 3,Piece Living fi0om MAKE ONE STi)P DO. ~~S~m~Ctm~t~ Suite, 1 porch rocker, 1 G. E. Electric Sweeper, 1 I (Sm"~' .~m,P~r or tu=am& floor lamp, 1 table light, 1 small mirt'or, 1 Linoleum NICHOLS & STUCK ~ Rug, 1 Allen Heatrola, Pillows, Bolsters, Etc. MRS. HIGHLEY RODERICK Phone 173 Aug. 26 and Sept. 2.2t. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. symbols of American Labor . . . of America &oing to work. The lunch box is our ~mblem o abutadance. In many lands a working man carries his scant ration in an old paper bag--if, indeed, he owns a paper bag[ The leather jacket is a symbol of our stand- ard of living. In many lands a working man ahivers under a burlap shawl--if, indeed, he owns a burlap shawl! But the ~-nile speaks most eloquently o all. ~t's the living expression of our happines~r... our freedom.., our FAITH. In many lands a working man cannot amiIe ! Thank God for the blessings this land has been able to bestow on those who build it. Wor- ship God in the churches whose joyous aith ueguards man'a right to smile! Clt11RCH FOR ALL. . FOR YI~ CHURCH The Church is the grea!e~t tac- tor on earth [or the buildmg o[ character mad good catizenship+ It is = storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can =urvive. There are iour sound tern;otto why every person should uttena serv/ces r~-~ularly and su~- Icort 'the Church. They are: (l) For his own sake. (2) For h~s chddren's sake. (3) For the sake o[ his community and nation. {4} For the take o! the-Church itseH. which needs his moral and ma- terial support. Plan to go to church regularly and read yo~ Bible daffy. Sundar ....... Psalms 36:5-10 Monday ....... Psalms 65 : -I $ Tummlay ...... Acts 2:37-47 Wednesday .... Acts 5 : 1-11 Thursday ..... Mark 10:17-27 larldey ........ Luke 12 : 13-2 ! Saturday ...... Matthew 4 : 1-4 For scht~dule of yearly rectdin~s, writ# Am~riccm Sable Society, 450 Pa~k Ave., N. Y. 22. N. Y. 19t$. IL g. K~. Iltra+b~l, Y-- This Series of ads is being published each week in the Spirit of Jefferson" Advocate and is being sponsored by the following individuals and business establishments: COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CH$~t.KS TOWN, W. VA. PITTS-JEFFERSON THEATRES CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. CHARLES TOWN THOMAS JEFFERSON HOTEL DININ~ ROOM SERVICE Br~tkf~t Lunch 7:30 to 9:3011:30 to 2:00 P. M. Dinner:--5:30 to 7:3@ P. M. MERLE E. ALGER, M~r. o+ HYMAN VIENER & ~O'N~ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA- JEFFERSON MOTOR cO. FORD SALES & SERVIC~ CHARLES TOWN," W- V'~" KABLE BROS. GAS CO., INC. THE KASTLE ESSO DlhTRIBUTOI~ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. COMPLETE LINE OF CHARLES TOWN, W. ~ MEN'S APPAREL JEFFERSON Next To Post Olfice SIlENANDOAil HARDWARE CO., INC. CHARLK5 TOWN, w. VA. All{ CONDITIONING t~" Charles Town, W. Va. . FARM MAC, HIN F~Y p__ . .+ :t OLD DOMINION APPLIANCE CO. C~5 TOWN, W. VA. CHARLES TOWN GRAIN & FF, ED CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ROSEN'S , . DEPARTMENT ST0i~ SHOI~" CLOTHING FURNISHINGS CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ALFRED R. LINAWEAVER REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE Agent for Equltablc Life ~surance .~=ciety SELECT BAKING cO, CHARLES TOWN, W- q~t.