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PIRIT 8---A OF JEFFERSON fARMeRS ADVOCATE THI RSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1959 Panlhereltes to Meei Berryville Here, Feb. 16 The Charles Town Pantherettes have a basketball game scheduled with the Berryville American Le- gion. The girls wztl play at Char- les Town Junior High on Feb. 16 beginning at 8:00 o'clock. Admiss- ion 25c. Woman's Club Meets The Woman's Club of Charles Town will meet at the Club Home on Tuesday night, February 17 at 8 p. m. Program will be the "Great Religions of the World'. All mem- bers are asked to attend. Kiwanians To Celebrate The Charles Town Kiwanis Club will observe West Virginia Day Thursday night when they meet at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel at 6:30 p. m. and they will have as their guests, members of the Char les Town Lions Club. Guest speak er for the occasion will be Dr. E. :E. Church, president of Potomac Slate College at Keyser. Next Tues day, February 17, the Kiwanis Club will be host to International President Ken Loheed of Canada and this will be an inter-club lad- ies meeting with a number of net ghboring Kiwanis Clubs attending. The dinner meeting will be held at ~he Moose Lodge dining room in Charles Town. Dolly Madison Garden Club Held Meeting At ffome Mrs. William Kflne ~:The Dolly Madison Garden Club r'fret last Thursday, February 5 at fife home of Mrs. William Kline on S(~uth Church Street, with Mrs. C~orge Muller serving as co-hos- ,tess. Mrs. Peters, President, called .the ,meeting to order. The minutes of the January meeting were ,h~ard followed by the treasurer's report. Reports were ,heard from the conservation chairman, Mrs. A~ Hooper, Legislative chairman, ks: Don Kilmer and the Jr. Gar- d~ Club chairman, Mrs. Charles 8~ider. The Ways and Means Com ~}tee headed by Mrs. Win. Coyle ,~ of the money-making projects t~ club is now understanding. Qhe is a "Money-Bunny" with a $/~lD bill In its mouth to be given ~way on March 21, 1959. Tickets are being sold for fifty cents each. ~e "Bunny" will be on display in ~tt and White's Drug Store win dOT in the very near future. The Garden Club will sponsor 'the Peay "Antigove" to be ,presen- ted by the American University Players of Washington, D. C. on April 4, 1959 in the Jr. High Aud- itorium. Tickets will be available shortly from any member of the Garden Club Mrs. A. D. Peters, Mrs. Conrad HamTnann, Mrs. Charles 'Strider and Mrs. Richard Hal~ will at- ~tend ,the Garden Club Convention ~at the "Greenbrier" in White Sul phur Springs from the Dolly Mad 1son Club. Mrs. James Mason III, president was introduced and assisted in ,the judging of the Flower Show Prac- tice for the month entitled "Orig inality Unlimited" which was ar- ranged by Mrs. Conrad Hammann and Mrs. Dale Keyser. Mrs. Harold Barr led a discuss- mn on new seed catalogues. Mrs. A. D. Peters won a kid rib- bon for her arrangement entitled A flowerless beauty" an arrange- ment using lights and dark val- 'ue,~ of green. Mrs. Richard Punk was award- ed a blue ribbon for her "rex be- gonia" and Mrs. Don Master a blue ribbon for her "beefs.teak be- gonia". Finance From Page One ,ure the Finance Committees are making studies and holding hear- rags in connection with a propos- ed "Severance Tax", additional tax on gasoline, and many others, including one which may come out as the one big tax adopted, namely what has been termed a Gross In come Tax. This would impose an income tax on everybody having an income over $5,000 and would, in reality be a payroll tax operat- ing whether we happen to work for someone else or be self employ ed, such as lawyers, doctors, ac- countants, etc. There is no esti- mate as yet of possible revenue from this source, but this will be forthcoming shortly. I am getting lots of inquiries from members of the teaching profession as to what is to be done for them, and I am indeed sorry that I have nothing as yet to tell them of a definite nature, but will as soon as something is worked out I heard from some of the peo- ple at home about a bill in con- nection with a real estate brokers licenses This is on amendment stage and it loks as if it will pass without difficulty. W. P. C. Perry Truck Traffic l I I mum ALWAYS GET AT LOW umnm i:i?i:i:!:i:!:~:?:.. !!iiiiiiiii!ii2~!~i:~i?ii!!!!:; From Page One ition to the highways being used for this added trucking traffic in Northern Virginia, and it is expec ted this opposition will be present to make objections when hearings are held by the ICC on the appli- cations of the trucking firms for either permanentortemporaryop . Always Plenty of FREE eration rights on the highways. Whether they will be any oppos- ition from Jefferson countians it has not been learned. ~ Your Groceries The first of the hearings on the p applications has been set :by the ICC for March 4, with others set for March 10. At the present time all four firms are seeking permanent op- erating rights, but any or all of them can at any time apply for temporary emergency operating rights. The ICC can grant tempor ary or emergency rights without any hearing. TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE The Kathryn Eye Circle of the W. S. C. S. of the Charles Town Methodist Church will hold a rum mage sale February 13 and 14 on :East Liberty Street in the Build- ing formerly occupied by Webb's of the Shenandoah Garden Club Radio and Television. Carried PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES 0n TOWN, W. VA. LUZIANNE COFFEE - .. 2-!b. can $1.49 CHAS & SANBORN COFFEE 2lb. can $1.49 Having sold my farm I am Discontinuing Farming and will MAXWELL HOUSE sell on the premises located 5-miles Southwest of Middletown, ' INSTANT COFFEE - . Bug 6-oz. jar 99c along Marker Road (Locust Valley Road), in Frederick County, Maryland, on m SE & SANBORN . MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1959 {Pan Ready} cHA BEGINNING AT 11:OO A. M. TO-WIT: ' INSTANT COFFEE .... - - Bng 6-oz. jar 99c 13 - HEAD HOLSTEIN HEIFERS- 13 Twelve are bred since November 15th and several springers; CO JNTRI BOSCUL INSTANT COFFEE - Big 6,0z. jar 9Gc . Heifer 8-months old. One Holstein Bull about 18 months old. Sausa 8 I LUZIANNE INSTANT !OFFEE - - 4,oz, jar 75c These heifers are ealfhood vaccinated against Bangs and herd isT. B. andBlood Tested on January I9th, andcango BORDEN'S CHATEAU:CHEESE . 2.tb, loaf 89c anywhere. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 2 MeCormick-Deertng Farmall Model M Tractors with cul- tivators and in good condition; Manure Loader for M tractors and2sets power lift cultivators. (Save 10c lb.} LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE - 4 46-0z. cans $1.00 John Deere Model M with one bottom 14" plow for mounting, power lift cultivators, 7-ft. mower and grader bl~ds. LIBBYS VIM - - . can 29c No, 611 New Holland field chopper PTO with grass head and BEL new corn head never used, whole outfit new 1958. McCormick- DeerlngsllageblowerwRh30-ft. plpe, John DeeretzMler,type T VILLE s P A M .... 12 oz. can 45c 7-ft. mower, John Deere 14" plows two bottom: Oliver 14' two bottom steel plows, John Deere double disc harrow ,heavy duty orehard disc harrow, McC-Deering 24 disc harrow, 3-section TrU ke]i8 II LIBBYS harrow, 3 Saxton harrows 22 and 24 tooth; 100 gallon field I sprayer, John Deere 999 corn planter .with fertilizer ,ttach- SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS - - 24~z. can 39 ments; John Deere manure spreader on rubber; New Idea 4- wheel manure spreader, David Bradley Hammermill, mounted wood saw, power corn sheller with motor, grass windrower, LIBBYS BEEF STEW . - - 24.0z. can 49c tractor seed sower, 2 barshear plows. John Deere pick-up baler, wire tie and mounted motor; 25- GREAT NORTHERN BEANS } 4-Lb. ft. Smoker grain and bale elevator, 75-ft. heavy drop extension ave,age} cord, GI single row corn picker, 2 John Deere 4-bar side deliv- ery rakes, Joh. Deere 13-disc rubber tire tractor drill; 3 low PINTO BEANS ) P01y Bag down rubber tire wagons, 2 with high side silage beds; 2 un- lo.der rollers and unloader unit wench with motor; extr, NAVY (PEAl BEANS ) G9c wheels for low down wagons, 30-ft. tractor be~t, machine sheet, b?-ft, truck bed with stock racks; 3 feed and silage carts on ? ,' in clippers. Black & Decker 6-inch skill saw; set pipe dies from ~ to 1: inch pipe cutter, pipe vise, old dinner bell, 3 iron '1, ~, ~ ~ i 195~ CHEVROLET 3/4 TON PICK-UP with stock racks, low RED KIDNEY BEANS } 15 OZ. CANS m~leage; 110 SpYlt Locust Posts. Seasoned Lumber in vaxying sizes: Antique Side Saddle. Riding Saddle, 3-Section Electric Brooder, Large Copper Kettle, forks, shovels, scoops, small GREAT NORTHERN BEANS ] HOUSEHOLD:--Bedroom ,Suite, Antique Bureau, Kitchen P E A S ) Cabinet, Miscellaneous Eurniture. BUITER BEANS } FEEDS 3.500 Bales of Mixed Timothy and Clover Hay; 2,000 Bales DRESSED WHITING - . - 10-lb.' box $1.49 H 0 M'I N Y } n of Good Alfaffa Hay; 1,000 Bales of Wheat Straw. There will be many other items not listed. NOTE:--My dairy herd was sold at auction last October. TERMS:--CASH. Settlement with Clerk on day of sale. No responsibility assumed for any accidents on premises on day of sale. 'STANLEY F. YOUNG MIDDLETOWN, . MI). EMMERT R. BOWLUS. Auctioneer. HORACE M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. Lunch Will Be Served---Rights Reserved. Pebruary 12 - It. SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS - l-lb. box 27c PASCO ORANGE JUICE - - 4 6-oz. cans 79c s u N S H I N E B I R D S E Y E HYDRAX COOKIES . . . 2 9-oz. boxes 49c FORDHOOK LIMAS . - - 2 10-oz. pkgs. 49c PREMIUM SALTINES - - 1.lb. pkg. 27c BIRDSEYE GREEN PEAS - 2 10-oz. pigs. 39c KEEBLER TOWN HOUSE - - l-lb. pkg. 33c