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'S March of Char- chosen to "give the words for Spelling Con in early March. interested in avail- :be on hand evenings to han will prove fa- rewarding to Pupil~ are begin- ning reviaw~ of .:,palling demons" and other lists of words in prepar- ation for the final contests. Re- presentatives of the various schools will be chosen in the sehool,~. National Spelling Contest Rules will be used. Otle with which lo- i cal students must become famil- iar is the limitations on chang- ing letters after they have been spoken. No speller may rearrange letters after they have been once spoken. Interest seems to be growing rapidly in the forth coming c.on- tests. Macedonia finds modern farm- ing profitable. READ TIIE CLASSIFIEDS on Dairying and Farming to devote my entire business, I will sell oil my farm 3-miles along Route 15, in Frederick County, FEBRUARY 17, 1959 AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. TO-WIT: 'HEAD REGISTERED AND HOLSTEINS 55 are Milk Cows and 18 are Canadian bred all registered. Eight fresh by day of sale. and 5 first calf heifers fresh in January heavy; balance in full flow of milk. Three Head Heifers from 4 to 18-months vaccinated and herd T.B. and Bangs Certi- Will be run within 30 days of sale so that into any herd. This is a fine herd of heavy be inspected anytime prior to sale. I) o Riding Stallion. AIRY EQUIPMENT }-gal. Milk Bulk Tank, like new; 4 DeLaval 2-years old; 3 Compartment Wash Up Tank, Stainless Steel Strainers, Rubber Tire Feed ,yer, Other Small Items. FARM EQUIPMENT 20 Tractor, Ford 12" double bottom plows, -ft. mower for Ford or Ferguson 3 pt. hitch, g Model H Tractor and cul- ormh;k-Deering F-20 Tractor, New Holland used 3 years, like new; McCormlck-Deering Field chopper with grass pick-up and corn low down wagons, one with high silage bed; Winch with roller for silage wagons; Massey- spreader, 2-years old; Case heavy duty 4 bar trailer with cattle racks; wood frame har- disc harrow; Saxton harrow, D2 Cater- , almost new with less than 2.000 hours, also attachment, Heavy Duty Loader and pump: ,sits almost new power unit, John Deere lot of new lumber, coal chicken brooder, saw and frame; some small tools. FEEDS Silage. 1,000 to 1,500 Bales Good Hay, Soy- Timothy, other items that are not mentioned. ON DAY OF SALE. MRS. JEPTHA E. HARWOOD THURMONT, MD. PHONE 5652 BOWLUS, Auctioneer. Clerk. " ~5y Ladies of Brethren Church. ThtL~t: and 12 - 2t. " .... AT THE SIZE! THE FEATURES ! FROZEN pers Deep Roomy Door For Dairy Products 16.5 Sq. I ;half Area Modal K45H-! 1 'DOK AT THE NAME! LOOK AT THE PRICE! 269.95 .... Charles Town, W. Va. Named As Hew Leaders For jefferson County Farm One of the highlights of ,the an- nual meeting of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau held Friday night, Jan: 30 at Bardane Com- munity Center near Charles Town was the election of new officers and directors with the above group reading, from left to right being named: (bottom row) H. G. Helle- bower, Jr., Leo 'Widmyer, vice- president; Franklin :McQuilkin, re elected president; Lee Morgan and W. E. Walker. Top row (left to right)-J. E. Senseney, Mrs. Robert McGarry, Mrs. W. E. Walker, Rob err McCormick, John Rissler, Lyle Tabb, who was re-named a direct- or and Robert McGarry, re-elected secretary treasurer, were not pres ent and not included in the pic- ture. A'bout 100 persons attended the affair. Mr. Franklin McQullkin, ,presi- dent, presided at ,the meeting and introduced special guests which included Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Balenger, Bunker Hill. Mr. Balen- get is presiden't West Virginia Farm Bureau. Mr. Bruce WhEtting ton, president Berkeley County Farm Bureau and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harmison. Mr. Havmlson is president of the Morgan County Farm Bureau. Rev. Parsons gave A LASTING TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION- A Rock of Ages Memorial! *1 e whole purpose of memo- rial art is to eommemorat the personality and accom- plishments of an indi dual or family. Ro0k of Kgee' Dkilled design staff trar latea these aecomplishment Into beautiful memorial designs. There k no finer way to show Four devotion to a loved 0. 2 one. Your Rock of Ages Authorized Deolee MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg,. W. Va. , _._,__ j II What's the first thing to do in case of fire? Call the Fire Department! Many homes could be saved if this were done. Of course, you should keep a fire ex- tinguisher handy.., follow safety rules set up by the Fire Department. But safety rules aren't always enough. Mal e sure your home is fully protected with fire insurance, too. Call us for a checkup. Rsl se ting Hartford Fire Iasuraaee Company the invocation and he and his wife, Mrs. Parsons entertained the grou, p with special music. The report of .the secretary and treasurer was given by Mr. John Rissler, due to the absence of the secretary Mr. Robert MeGfry. The treasurers report showed an increase in the balance on hand over that of the previous year. The report of the secretary indicated that the Farm Bureau had partici paLed in many different activities during the year and that the in- fluence of the Farm Bureau had been felt in several different ways. It was pointed ou, t that several of the resolutions introduced by the Jefferson County resolutions com- mittee had been accepted and ap- proved by the state resolutions committee and were made a part of the state program of work for 1959. The following ladies were elec- fed, as members of the Farm Bur- eau Women's Committee: Mrs. Robert McGarry, Shenandoah Junction, Mrs. Lyle Tabb, Kear- neysville, Mrs. Forrest Boyer, Char los Town, Mrs. Ralph Renaud Shepherdstown, Mrs. W. E. Walker Harpers Ferry. Persons that had been a mem- ber for 20 years or more were pres anted certificates of membership in the West Virginia Farm Bur- eau 20 Year Club. Those present to receive their certi'fi,cates were J. E. Tabb, J. G. Fuss, J. J. Me- Garry, L. J. McDonald and F. M. Donley. Mrs. Lyle Tabb who was t~he state winner in 1958 in the Cus- tard Pie Baking Con:test was recog nized . The electric stove ,that had been awarded to her was on dis- play. The Harpers Ferry Band Boos ter's Club served a ,bountiful meal consisting of ham, vegetables, ap- ple sauce, pickles, milk and des- sert. This group always provides plen,ty of good food to satisfy any ones appetite. It looks like Jefferson County Farm Bureau is well on its way to a good year in 1959. Their mem- bershi.p quota for the year has been passed and they have had a good annual meeting. By Mrs. Charles Adams Mother-in-law Gathers News I want to thank my dear, sweet mother-in-law, ,who made ~.t poss- ible for'me to send Vhe news in this week. She collected the newts for which I am very grateful. Dtle to the illness of my dauehter,:I was busy giving her sponge baths to reduce .the ,fever. I also want its thank Mrs. Gerald Heflebowe'r, Jr. for t~he personal advice 0G- rained from her, l~az'dly a day passed that I wasn't confronted with new problems. She has been a swell neighbor to us. March Of Dimes Nets $32.53 The Community of R4ppon w.as proud to turn over to the National PoundLion' ,'March of Dimes," $32.53. T'he. ladie~ who collected for the drive wan,t ,to t'hank all who gave so generously. ' ~V~rs. Woodrow Adams' two child ren Franklin and Debbie have been on the .sick list this week with colds. Mr. RandolPh and Melvin And- ers spent Sunday with their ph- 15 New Features To Spread Best , The new N~w lv~-~ No 17, 95 bu. preader has a full year guarantee against de- fective parts. In addition, it has 15 new features designed to make it spread best. preads ik~tter ? wap, e t. Slanted remr a~h. ~. New eelmcity--gS bwllkel@ BJdfl[er upper eylindw ~ Stronl[er distributor Each paddle replaceable Wide adlustsbJe foot folds out of w~ ~. llJgher shieidins /tilts lenge~ ways 1. Steel flares For mechmdcad loading 2, Stronger A.hnch extends into frame $. Bi|ger distributor I~.~ 4. Naw Phenolic fibre oesr~su S. Naw Steel endlmto d. Gtu~ct plate fr-me-to-I~oz r~intorein~ 7. Box Ig~st~l With water repellent Pento preservotlvs 8. Neoprene off lines stand cough romp Come in and see it today. Ask for free Lube chart on New Iv~.A spreaders. We have these Spreaders in stock and ready to make you a good deal, if you axe inter- ested in a new spreader call JEFFERSON FARM EQUIPMENT CO. Phone 691, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Jan. 22-4t. rents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mrs. Ruth RidgewaY spent Sun- day with her daughter and family Mrs. Clarence Kearns at Marvins Chapel. Miss Carol LaRue and her brother Jimmie are out of school with the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders thz'ee Children Jeff, Scott and Teresa spent Saturday evening with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley re- ceived wdrd of the death af Mr. Grahm Royston,. Jr., aged 26 of Millwood, who died in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital after an illness since Christmas. Sur- viving are his parents, wife and month old daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slaughter tnd family of Jefferson Ave. en- tertained at a dinner on Sunday fro' her sister Mr. and Mrs. Homer Samgeil and [amiiy of Falling Waters. Visiting in the afternoon another sister Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley and family of Berryville. Li.ttle Martha Lynn Adams has been sick in bed this week wit:h a good dose of the flu. For three days she carried a fever of 105. We are glad to report that she ~s improving. Miss Sue Magaha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Megha of Liberty St. in Charles Town has been out of school with the mumps Sue spent the weekend recently wi.th aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd visited on Sunday near Berryville with her father Mr. Arthur Lee and called on his father Mrs. Lee Boyd. Mr. Roy Harris and grandson from Raphine, Vs. spent the week end with his wife Grace at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Mrs. Chapman is still a patient inthe Charles Town i General Hospital and improving nicely. Mr..and Mrs. Harris and grandson were Sunday dinners guests with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake in Charles Town before re- turning to their home in Ra:phine. TODAY is the TOMORROW we thought about YESTERDAY. THE MELVIN T. STRIDER C0, COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME 35 Charles Town Shepherdstown Telephones 162 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r,RMras ADVOCATE ..... THURSDAY, FEBRI;ARY 5, 1959 3---B For Quick Results Use Our Classified Column. Let Spirit.Advocate Classifieds See It! CLOTHING DRESSES 35c Is $1.25 WINTER COATS 75c h) $1.95 FUR COATS--Only $2.50 HATS and ItANDBA (L ---Only 29e SNOW PANT,%--Only 25c BOOKS and RE('OI{I)INGS 10c to 25c I FURNITURE & BEDDING CHEST OF DRAWERS $7.50 t,, $12.50 SOFAS - $4.95 to $14.50 CRIB MATTRESSES $7.50 SINGLE & DOUBLE MATTRESSES $12.50 & $14.50 PILLOWS - - $1.95 GAS STOVES 14.50 to $19.50 "YOUR PURCHASES HELP TO EMPLOY THE HANDICAPPED" 215 North Queen Street Martinsburg, W. Va. STORE HOURS :-- Monday Thru Thursday, 9:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Friday 9:00 to 9:00 Salurday 9:00 to 6:00 / ONLY CAR IN FIELD THAT'S EASY ON KNEES. While other ears still have knee-whacking corner posts, Mercury's are pulled back. Doors have 2" more clearance overhead. You step in without hitting your knees or head. ROOMIEST FRONT SEAT IN FIELD_9" MORE ENE[ ROOM. Just look at the difference up front! Now you six-footers can stretch out and relax, cross and uncross your legs as freely as you would in your living room easychair. \ l WIDEST DOOR OPENINGS IN FIELD BY UP TO 6v. Getting into other new cars is quite a struggle_but Mercury makes it easy. Not only are the door opening broader_the doorsills are narrower. Even tight-skirted ladies can step in and out gracefully. MERCURY ONLY WIPERS IN THE INDUSTRY THAT CLEAR A S-FOOT SPAN._INCLUDING THE C~NTER. Wiper patterns overlap, clear even the center of the wind- MERCURY OTHER CARS ONLY CA~l IN FIELD TO IEMEMUR THE MIDDLE MAN. Center-seat passengers in a Mercury don t "ride the center hump" with their kne~ around their china (as they must in other cars). Mercury whittled the hump in half fol- more foot' room and seat cushioning. j [ OTHER CARS shield where wipers of other cars don't. Speed and width of the sweep can be ad- justed to weather conditions. EXCLUSIVE STYLING_ONLY CAR IN FIELD THAT DOES NOT SHARE ITS ODY. Every other car in the field tme~ the same basic body as a smaller, low-price car. Only Mercury has exclusive style_true 6-passenger room. 20TH ANN IVERSARY BUILT TO LEAD_BUILT TO LAST 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i i i n~ fll i thin I I I I I Ill I Illl I