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SPECIALISTS WILL HEAD TRI-COUNTY GARDEN SCHOOL DISCUSSIONS TO BE HELD AT TUSCARORA HALL HEAR MARTINSBURG ALL DAY FEBRUARY 10 D. GRAY ::~V >::::i:~:~:~::":"~ ' " ",':'~"." "" " ~.~-. ~:~ ~ ~.~':.:.~i~ :. '~! ~~"~:" :~ ~ ~. '~.-.. e ~.,:::. ':~/~... ~.?....~ "~:~::~.~ :~ ~.~~ =============================================== ~.:(..%-....:~..~ :.:,.v~,.~ ~.:.'~,. ======================================= ":'.:.:4:: ..~..'~. . ===================================================================== DAVID O,. ~I]~I CARL HARDIN THOMAS J, TATTERSON Garden School ~his year with and Berkeley ~n an be staged at the Hall near .Mar- ~vt 10 a. m. on hand to head in ~our different i will be: ,Mr. T. Landscalse Ar- J. Tatterson, Hor- Hardin, Vege- and David Pathologist served by the lad ~al fee. should be of infer- and town people. .lawn, flower, veg tills ,to have ~t men are all spec ,field. Will include small , lowers and shrubs The afternoon sos vegetable garden and disease control. Whipp Viands ott was deeply griev t.~a/~ our good Mr. Ad, am O~ on Saturday Town Gen- he .had been ~tlthough weeks before. He enter the hospital. : ~i~e sons and two ,to mourn his life. be missed in where he has lived many years and in times of si~k :and our deep- goes out to his fine :" Tornmie Herndon D. C. spent ~he 'the la.tters parents Beulah Fri,tts Johnnie Hamoton and Mrs. Neale Gol .Md. s.pen~ ,the and Mrs. Gar- ~fter Vhe death er they returned :onday and came ~t to remgin un- ~al. ;onard Vanmeter ere Thursday af with ,the la~ters Maude Smal,l- brother Mr. of Ranson Mrs. Garland Henry. 'Mrs. Lester art and son Michael sper~t the day on Wednesday wi~t~ her mother 'Mrs. James Dailey. Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah Frills along with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tom- mie Herndon of Washington, D. C. spent Saturday evening with friends in Brunswick, Md. Mr. Travis Viands ~nd son Jack ie of Charles Town were Saturday af, ternoon callers with ~s parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Sunday visitors with Mr. and 'Mrs. R0be~t Frye were ,Mr. Sylves- ter Frye of Bethesda, Md., Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. .Marsh,al,1 Frye o.f Charles Town ,and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chain !blin of Ranson. Very sorry to hear Mrs. 8arCh West of Charles Town is a l~t~ent in ,the Charles Town General Has pltal. She is a sister of 'Mrs. Ro- land Whipp of .Mil~lville. Certainly hope she will soon 'be able to be ,back home. Mrs. Harry Shirley and child- :en of Middleway were dinner guests on Sunday with her parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Bert Viands and son John. Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and Mrs. Hall Thomson were callers on Wed nesday afternoon with the ~ormers ,parents Mr. and Mrs. William Pen well of Murrill Hill. 8o sorry to hear my good vriend Mrs. Dell,a Walters is very suck again .s~t her home in Ranson. Her sister Mrs. Virginia Sarnoh who ~h, as .been a patient in the hospi~al in Washington, D. C. spent last week wi`th Mrs. Waiters. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald WHes and ~bwo little daughters of Loudoun Heights, Va. spent Saturday after noon with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr .at ,the Bloomery. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands and Miss Juanita Penwell of Ranson, Mrs. Harry Shirley ~nd family of Mid, dleway ,~/nd Mi's. Jkili~: 'V~ahds'. .... Mr. and Mrs. Richard art and .son of Patu~an`t, Md. and Mr. Wil- lard Ott of Waldorf, Md. were call ers with Choir brother and sister- in-law Mr .and Mrs. Lester Ott and sons on Thursday. They were called here by the serious illness of ,their father. Mrs. Obie Johnston ,and daugh- ter Bonnie goes out every day to ~be wilth her mother Mrs..Milton Popkins at her home in Kable- town. We certainly hope Mrs. Pop kins will soon be able to .get R- round good again. [ Mr John Vi,ands was in Wash- I . " ,raglan, D. C. on Friday on bus- iness. 'Mrs. Maude Smallwood was a with her calldr on- Friday evening with her Mr. and son Mr. Marvin 8maliwood and UP The stondards for a Gold Medal(ion home are~ Full Housepower through Certified Wiring plus the following electrical equipment and appli- ances: range, water heater, alr conditioner, elec- tric house heating plus three other major electri- cod appliances and "Light for Living." A Gold Medallion home is the recognized standard of excellence for electric living now cn~l in the ~re. HOMEMAKERS ARE NOW TO STEP INTO THE E CTRICFUTURE! can provide the advantages demanded by ,. cleanliness, safety, convenience unlimited. the Future will be All-Electric... And those who plan now All-Electric Future can enjoy the benefits of electric ~, Well m in the years to come. i: N RE ARE JUST SOME OF THE WONDERFUL APPUANCES THAT' WILL BE IN YOUR ALL ELECTRIC HOME ...... RANGE WATER HEATER " REFRIGERATOR. DISH WASHER AUTOMATe WASHER DRYER FOOD FREEZER"" AIR CON* DITIONER TEUEVISlON HI FI SKILLET POWER TOOLS FOO0 WASTE DISPOSER APPUANCE DEALER NOW! UC-HT POWERCOMPANY A record crowd of 410 Farm C~edit members, ,their wives and guests turned out Saturday as stockholders of Shenandoah Pro- duotlon Credit and the National Farm Loan Associations met in Winchester ~x) mark Che 25th an- niversary of the founding of the production credit association. The membership voted ~o admit farm mac~nery, feed and supply dealers as non-vcing members ol Shenandoah PCA in the event the dealers make use of a proposed plan for the financing of their credit sales on a short or in,termed i~ate-term basis. The tentative plan available to the dealers was explained by R. 8. Balenger as part oi the directors' report to the members. In addition he pointed out innova,tions and improvements in the Land Bank system which makes for larger loans and quicker service from the NFLA. As part of the program marking ,the saver anniversary of Shen- andoah PCA, a dramatization was presented contrasting the old time cOnsuming ~reatment of loan ap- iplications with the streamlined me t~ods of today's loan committee. Original incorporators and 25-year members of the association were singled out for special recognit- ion. As pact of this phrase, James E. McDonald, Martinsburg, one of ~he original incorporators o~ the Romney PCA, was recognized for his contribution to the Farm Cred it system. Julian A. Everly, Secret'ary- Treasurer since the very begin- ning of PCA was presented a loun ging chair by the directors and members in appreciation for his long and faithful service. Everly expressed deep thanks ,to all ~hose people who had helped .make PCA a succe~ and reported to the mere bers th~vt both co-op association had banner years in 1958, the PCA having loaned $1% mil'lion dollars during the year and that the NF- LA now has Land Bank loans out standing in an amount exceeding $2,400,000. After the noon meal the featur- ed speaker, Cullen Johnson, was in, traduced by William H. Johnson, Extension Re,presentative for the Bal,timore Farm Credit Banks who sserved as toas,tmaster. Cullen Johnson, Direotor of OrganizaUon for the Virginia Farm Bureau Fed eration, kept his audience in an hit~arious uproar during the grea- er part of his talk. His humorous stories, songs and impersona;~ions were greeted with en,thusi,asm by his listeners. In a serious in,terhide he exhorted everyone to take a .better informed, more active 'par~ i.n community, sta~e and national affairs in order to arrest ~he trend toward complacency which in his opinion is on,ly several steps re- moved from bondage. ~'Those who bel4eve ths~t big government can give us everything must remember t~at big governmen~ can also take it away", he said. The Farm Credi~t members elec- ted John O. Hardesty and D. W. Burruss to succeed ,themselves as dircetors in the ~ and .the PCA respectively. family in Charles To~vn. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands and daughter Mrs, Harry Shirley a,nd f'amily were Sunday afternoon vis .itors with ~heir son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands .and sons in Charles Town. LL By Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Meredith Axline and fam- ily of Brunswick, Md. were dinner guests Sunday of her,u parents :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs. .Mr. Paul Trussell of Chambers- :burg, Pa. spent last week with his parents and ~br0ther Mr, and Mrs. Harry Trussell and Mr. A1- bert Trussell. Mrs. Earl Peacher and son, Cli,f ton, 'Mrs. Ns~thaniei Grey, Jr., and daughter, Mrs. Martin Grimes vis- ited, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wil- hide and ,family in Hagerstown, Md. Tuesday evening. Wednesday i s~fternoon Mrs. Peacher, Mrs. Grey Mrs. Edvin Cievenger, Mrs. 'Will- iam Trail, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton ~ttended the funeral of their aunL the late Mrs. Clifton Miller at .the Cauffman Funeral Home in Hagerstown. Md. Mrs. Elmer Wright and son Elmer, Jr. were visitors Wednesday evening at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Burns ,and family in Bal,timore, Md. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Ai,ton Muse spent Sund.ay with the farmer's mother Mrs. Gentry Muse and family in Leesburg, Va. Births Announced Mr. ~nd Mrs. Douglas Brackett are receiving congratulatiohs on .the birth af ~win daugl~ters, born Friday, January 3Ot~h in the has pital in Charles Town, The new and Mrs. Charles Staubs. Mr. Brackett is in the Navy, .but ex- pec~ to receive his discharge this month. Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee Friend and daughters Linda and Patsy of Riv- erdale, Md. were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family. Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Jr., and family and Mr. Harry Dinges went ~o Washington, D. C. Thursday evening, where ,they met Misses LouElla Grey, Susie S~t,ains and the latters mother and attended ,the Ice Capades. LouElla remained overnight with her girl friends family. Hospital No~es Mr. Wil4iam C. Hoak was ad- mitted to the Charles General Hospital on Tuesd,ay and on Thurs CA EFIDAR arrivals have been named "Kim- and son Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. berly Kay" and "Pamela Ann." Guthrie were dinner guests Mon- Kin~berly weighed 5 ,lb. 10 oz. and day of Mrs. Winerd Bowers. Pamela, 4 lb. 11 oz. Mrs. Braekett i Little Miss Marili Jo Ranalli of before her marriage was MiSS~Millvitle was an overnight guest -- ~--iSunday of her grandmother Mrs. Bett_..~y St__aubs__A daughter of Mr. [.Nathaniel Grey, Jr. and family. Order of____Publication. Rkhad lists THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to.wit: At RUI~]~S held in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Jeff erson County February, 1959. Joseph Walper, Jr., 'plaintiff Ys Franklin S. Wal~per, defendant OBJECT OF SUIT The object of ,the above suit ~s to recover a judgement for money allegedly due and owing from the defendant to the plaintiff in ,the amount of $4346.08. It appearing, on affidavit filed in this suit, that the Defendant, Franklin 8. Walper, is a non-res iden~t of the State of West Virginia he ~s hereby required .to ,apepar within One Month after the date of the ~irst publication at-this or- der and do what is necessary to protect his interest in this matter. It is ordered ,that a copy of this order be forthwit'h ~published once a week ,for :three consecutive weeks ~n The Spirit of Jefferson-Farm- ers Advocate, a newspaper printed ~n the town of Charles Town in the County of Jefferson at least ,twenty days ~before judgement or decree is rendered. W. M. JONES Clerk of the Circuit Court Henry W. Iorrow .... P. Q. Feb. G- T If you are planning a public sale for this winter or spring, send or mail your date to the of- fice of this newspaper in order that it may be properly listed in the sale calendar which will be carried in this newspaper every week. The Spirit of Jefferson Ad- vocate has long been recognized as the "public sale medium" for this area. Either send us your sale date or give it to your auct- ioneer to list with us: FEB. 6-Herbert Everhart, Kear- neysville, W. Va. Livestock and farm machinery. FEB. 6-Seekford Bros. at the Old Mill Farm located on Route 7, ,between Winchester, Va. and Berryville, Va. at the Opequon Bridge, starting at 10:30 a. m. Cat tle, farming implements, tractors, feed, hay and straw. FEB. J. W. Wasson, Hed gesville, W. Va. Household goods, 12:30 p. m. FEB. 7-Clay Sales, Inc. Route 40, 11 miles East of Frederick, Md. 2 miles west of Ridgeville, Md. at 10 a. m. Tractors and 200 pieces farm equipment. FEB. 13-CaCtleman's Capital Bull 8ale, Wir~0hester, Va. FEB. 13-Harold Campbell a,t the Jackson Farm located 2 miles west of Summit Point, 7 miles east of Clearbrook, Va. 9 miles northwest of Berryville, Va. sale begins at 10 a. m. Dairy cattle, Farming im- plements, orchard equipmen, feeds, etc. FEB. 14 -Mr. Bartgis, Jones Spring, W. Va. estate sale of house. hold gods and Bank Stock. FEB. 16-8,tanley F. Young, full line modern farm maohinery heft- ers, etc. (Herd sold last fall) on farm recently sold on Locust Val- ley Rd. 5 miles 8outhwest of Mid- dletown, 5 miles N. Blrki`ttsvlle, Fred. Co., Md. miles West Middletown, large saie dairy herd, faz~n machinery, house hold in Frederick Co., Md. MARCH 28-Warren D. 8eibel, E. M. Seibel, Spencerville, Md. (U. S. Route 198) in Montgomery County, Md. Dairy cows, equip- ment, Corn. Sale begins at 10 a. m. The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, Feb. 2, 1959. Receipts of hogs, cows and cal- ves heavy with a good demand for all cattle and calves. Feature of sale was choice heif- ers $27.00; prime veal top $42.50. Choice butcher steers none; good ,butcher steers 26.00 ,to 26.75; plain to medium steers 23.00 to 25.50; choice butcher heifers 26.- 00 to 27.00; good butcher heifers 24.00 to 25~50; plain to medium heifers 20.00 to 23.00; good bulls 24.00 to 25.10; plain to meditun bulls 22.00 to 23.75; commercial cows 20.00 to 21.00; utility cows 19.00 to 20.00; canners and cut- ters 18.75 down; cews 'by the head up to 266.00; stacker and feeder steers up to 30.00; stock heifers and 'bulls by the head. Choice ,to prime calves 38.00 4;o 42.50; good butcher calves 33.00 to 37.00; medium butcher calves 27.- 00 to 32.00; tbln calves 26.00 down heavy calves 25.00 to 34.00; Lambs med. up ,to 20.00; red head grade lambs none; lambs plain 18.00 down; butcher ewes up to 9.50; stock ewes per head 16.00 to 18.25; Good butcher hogs 17,00 to 17.- 55; medium butcher hogs 16.75 to 17.00; heavy butcher hogs 16.- 00 ,to 17.00; butcher sows 13.00 to 16.50; heavy feeders ~nd light butcher hogs 17.00 to 18.50; shoats per hundred 22.75 down; pigs per head up to 14.75; heavy boars 9.00 to 9.80; stags 13.00 to 13.85; sows and pigs none; stock boars 13.00 ~to 17.25, Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock sales 1:30 p. m. each Monday. Spring cattle sale April 13th. FEB. 16-J..Henry Hildebrand, 3 miles North of Frederick, Md. and 3 miles west of Walkersville, Md. along Route U. S. 15. Dairy cattle, machinery, Dairy equip- ment and household goods. FEB. 17-Mr. and Mrs. Jepth,a E. Harwood, Thurmont, Md. Re- The 8hepherdstown volunteer gistered and Grade Holsteins and firemen h, ave engaged ,the services farm equipment, 3 miles North at of an architect and draftsman to Thurmont, Md. draw plans and specifications for ,remodeling of firemen's hall in FEB. 20-Fred Beachley, Guern- .the near future. sey eattle, farm equipment, ete off The remodeling .program is no- Locust Valley Rd. 4 miles North .cessary because the present ar- Burki~sville, Fred. Co., Md. rangement of firemen's h~ll is en tirely inadequate to house ,the FEB. 21-E. L. Weidman, Shop- present fire-fighting equipmen~ herdstown, W. Va. Farm Maohin- much less any addi, Monal or new ery and young cattle, equipmen~ planned ~for the future. The Shepherdstown firemen FEB. 23 & 24-Great Atlantic An .have been s~riving for a number of gas Bull Show and Sale, R~oh~ years to undertake this much mond, Va: Dave Canning Sale needed project, but ,funds needed Manager. `to start work bare been slow cam mg in. And ~tthough only a small Feb. 28-Joe Walper, Shepherds- portion of the required cost of this town, W. Va. Farm Machinery, project ~s now on hand, ,the uX- Young cattle, gency of ,the company's needs, plus assurance by many citizens of FEB. 28-Jasper Brunner on Shepherdstown and the surround- House Farm at Broad Run, 5 miles ing area they are wllling to gen- Nort~ Brunswick, farm machinery erously support ,this project have dairy equipment, etc. Herd sold prorf~pted the firemen o decide last fall., to proceed width "the project. As the first step Cowards actu- MARCH 7-Curtis Slgler. Mar- lowe, W. Va. Farm machinery and household goods. MARCH 7-~Wiles, 2 miles N. Middletown, dairy herd, ,farm machinery, etc. day morning will undergo surgery. Mr. Hoak is an em'ploye~ of Valley Board Corp. Allen Penwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Penwell is also a patient in the Charles Town Hos- pital where he is receiving treat- ment for rheumatic fever. Miss Carole Kidwiler of Baker- ton was a visitor on Monday even ing with Mrs. Douglas Brackett and daughter and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs. Mrs. Mar~in Grimes and Mrs. Mary Grey of Charles Town ac- companied by "Mrs. Nathaniel Grey Jr. and daughter Suzanne shopped in the Frederick Shopping Center on Monday evening. , r M Mr. and Mrs. Leste oler I shopped in Winchester, Va. on Monday. Sund f~ Dinner guests on ay o Mr. and Mrs. Alec Costello were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guthrie of C:harles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win Clevenger and daughter Shar- on, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers In Army For Three Years M/Sgt. George R. Schnurr of the U. 8. Army Recruiting Station located on ~the 3rd floor of the County Court House, Martins, burg, W. Va. wishes to announce thal Richard Higgins Mower of the Po .ca Dot Farms, Charles Town, ~W. ~Va. enlisted for a period of ,~hree years in the U. 8. Army at B,alti- more, Md. on January 27. Mower enlisted in the Gyroscope Unit Second Battle Group, 4th Infantry Regiment, that is eventually going to Europe. He will ,take his basic training at Fort Ja~k.son, 8. C. after which he will be given a short leave .to come ,home if he so desires. He will then .be shipped ,to Fort Ben- ning, Georgia ~here he will re- .ceive further `training and school ing with,~the Second Battle Group 4th Infantry Regiment and will go overseas with the unit. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY French Army in Algeria reports successful drive. Goldwater favors Nixon for nora inatma in 1960. MARCH 7-Calvin M. Howes, near Onley, Md. 1 mile north of Onley off route 97 on Owens Road in Montgomery County, Md. Live- stock, farming machinery, etc. Sale begins 11 a. m. MARCH ~-Virgin----~a Hereford As sociation and Sixth Annual All- Polled 8how and 8ale, Orange, Va. MARCH 12,O. C-~ Stine, Sale of farm machinery and milk cows at Boonsboro, Md. Auction Market. MARCH 13 &~-Virginia Here- ford Association Spring 8how and Sale, Richmond, Va. MARCH 14-~en Sale, Ann vil'le, Pa. Dave Canning, Sale lVlan ager. MARCH 14-Eugene Offcu.t near BeMsville Montgomery Co., Md. large sale cattle ,and farm macl~in ery. MARCH 19 & 20-James R. Van Sant and Willard VanSant on Old Annapolis Road 11 miles East Fred erick, Md. 5 miles West M,t. Airy 137 head dairy ca~tle all modern farm machinery, etc. l ,11 I I MARCH 20-Vlrginia Hereford Association BUl ISale, Bristol, Va. MARCH 21-T. Douglas Briggs, P. O. Germantown, Md., 4 miles west of Gaithersburg, Md. (near Neelsville Church} in Montgomery County. Tractors and Household goods. Sale begins at 10 a. m. MARCH 24-~alph F. Virts on Wal,ters Farm, 2 miles North Point of Rocks near D0ubs in Frederick Co., Md. large sale Holstein dairy herd and machinery. MARCH 25-C. Glenn Jones on Three Springs Farm, 3 mi,les S. Buckeystown along Rt. 15 and 9 n~iles S. Frederick, Md, large sale 85 head dairy cattle, all ,i~arm ma- chinery etc. MARCH 26-Virginia Hereford Association Bull Sale, Staunton Va. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAPieRS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1959 7---B ally getting the project underway the firemen engaged the services of Messrs DeLauder and Games, architect and engineers to draw plans and specifications for the project. And this work is expected to be completed wi~thin ~the next week or ten days. U~pon receipts of the plans and specifications the firemen will be submitted to the membership of the company for review and adoption. The next st~p will be the receiving of bids for the job and the letting of a contract for the work. In order to raise additional man ey for the projeot immediately the firemen are making plans to can- vass the community and surround ing areas in order ,to obtain suf- ficien~t funds to make a partial payment on the construction cost once the contract has been let. Sunday, Feb. 15 is ~he date that has been set for the canvass. British interests to buy Israel refiner:~. President calls talks on defense spending. Dr. Guy Frank To Conduct Music Forum In Alabam: Dr. Guy Frank. Head of the. ; Shepherd College Music Depart~ ment will travel to Alabama iR February to conduct a two-daY i forum on Modern Music at Floren 'ce State Teachers College. The set sign Js scheduled for February 13 and 14, and Dr. Frank will talk several classes, speak in assembly and be the main lecturer ~t an ev ening forum open to the puh|ie~ There will also be several informa~ sessions on music held in the St~.- dent union and elsewhere. ~, ; The session is sponsored by th~ Danforth Foundation which ,!'~, made funds available to Flo~ 8tote~College for several such ev~. ents in dlfferent fields. Dr. Frank was contacted by /kbel F. DeWi,tt former Dean of Students at Shep- herd College, and now Dean of Men at the Alabama Insti,tution. RF_JkD THE CLASSIFIEDS i This Berk- Liner Chair Adjusts to Any Position, Regardless of Size. Covered in Supported Masland Vinyl and Long- Wearing Fabrics. Foam Rubber Seat. O LY 7995 NOW AT PHONE 162 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I TAKE GROUP OF YOUR PICK ! I i I I I I . I Jill IJ I MARCH 26-Russell Alnu,tt near Buckeystown and Lime Kiln 4 miles S. Frederick, large dairy herd, etc. MARCH 27-Paul Gaver near l Long Corner in Howard Co. 17 ]miles Easel Frederick, Md. large [ dair herd..f.a,'m etc. MARCH 28-Guy P. Waters, SMART FASHIONS --- A GIRL'S BEST CHARLES TOWN FRIEND MA RTIN SBU RG