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Charles Town, West Virginia
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February 23, 1961

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FOR RENT:-~ Modern ~tore delightful reading for the entire ceeding 30 miles per hour and fie[aries of said estate are not[ family. Make sure you read such reckless driving~ .... , fled to be present on said date t< Room or Office, approx. 20-~t. by 'popular favorites as "Mirror of Magistffite M~ller Sti{peYid~d a protect their interests. 50-ft., ideal location, ~front' arid Your Mind", Dear Abby, Louella side entr.a~ce, ~furna, ce, ,bath. $117.50. EV~I~HART'~ ~TORE, Parsons, To Your Good Health--- fine of $15075 which he levied on Given under my hand this 23rd Plus Many More. Shumaker for driving on a re- day of February, 1961. Charles Town, W. Va. Get Your Pictorial Review Every vokcd license. On each of the L.C. BRISCOE Feb. 23-2t, Commissioner of Accounts FOR REN~':':~~ Week With The other charges he gave him a fine ed Apartment, private bath, 2rid Baltimore and a jail term. County of Jefferson Shumaker was arrested the Feb. 23-3t- ville Road off Rt. 26 and East of Libertytown, being about 15 miles NE of Frederick in Frederick County, Maryland, on MONDAY ~d~ ~, FEBRUARY 27 and 28th, 1961, At 10:00 A. M. Each Day, To-Wit: FIRST DAY---MONDAY, FEB. 27th 72---Head Dairy Cows & Heifers---72 Forty-Eight are Milk Cows, many fresh by day of sale, I'OWlb W. Va, ~ FOR SALE: -- Hagerstown Su-' Charles Town, W. Va. March 28-if. SALE ! in PLANTINGcolor FREE onGUIDErequest.CATALOGoffered by Virginia's Largest Growers of CHARLES TOWN'S Fruit axid Nut Trees, Berry Pl,ants, l~ S T H 0 M E S Evergreens,(~rape Vin~S/ShadeFlwexinga~d FloweringShrttbs' on South George Street Trees, Roses. WAYN~SBORO RENOVATED Appointment Only. and Information The ESTATE CO. - . WEST V& Charles Town 309 18-~f. SALE| the Miley House ESTATE CO. Charles Town Appointm~mt Only. NUI~SERIES, Waynesboro, ~inia. Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23-41;. Vlr- FOR SALE! EIGHT ROOM HOUSE With Off Heat, 2-Car Garage, Work Shop and 5 Acres Bluegrass, 3 Miles from Charles Town off Route No. 9. PHONE 715-M CHARLES TOWN OR SEE Elmer Wageley Nov. 17 VANMETRE'S OTICE! BUSINESS -with to Clean Cess- Tanks and Sani- COUNTRY SUGAR. CURED HAMS LEAN--GUARANTEED JENKINS 227.w ;: 67-M -tt. PHONE :-- HARTIN, BURG. W. VA. AM, 7 - 8761 April 21 - hi'. iii e USED CARS and TRUCKS SedanandV'8 Heater)Crnet( Pwerflite'4" 1955 Chevrolet Club Sedan 1954 Ford V-8 Crestline 2-Dr. Hard Top (Ford-O-Ma- tic, Radio & Heater) 1953 Dodge "6" Coronet 4- Door Selan. 1953 Chrysler V-8 Windsor 4- Door Sedan SPIKIER MOTOR SALES Washington Street Ch#trles Town, W. ~l~ Until 8:30 O'Clock Q~ Saturday Nights V~ floor, private entro, nce and drive- way. Immediate possession. V. E. BENNER, A~ent. Jan. 12- ~f, OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT:- Professional Building. Gall DR. VanMETRE 282. or 173. Jan. 21-~f. FOR RENT:--6 Room House, South Water Street, w~ter in kl~chen, no furnaoe. Immediate possession. V.E. BENNER, Agent. Jan. 12 - ~f. WANTED o RADIATOR REPAIRING:---We fa'reyu~?tRadi~torrWgrk~ndwillnWbe glad o~k c e fyou needseqUiPped to take cave at any ~me. Call 488, OOODE B~bCYI~-IF_.,I:hS, INC,, North ~uel ,street in Chaxles Town. Feb. 9-3t. HELP WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED: -- Age 20 to 45. Apply in person ably Rawleigh Busir~ess where the more you work ~he more you eara. In ~feerveSr~ Cy~v.Th~-S~ne d~ P~r~eel~orr more in,formation. RAWI~IGH'~, De~et~). 2W~, 9.11%0-g0_2.,l~.0hmond, Va W. LEONA@ PRO.PPS Contractor - Builder TELEPHONE 386-W Charles Town, W. Sunday American on Sale at Your Local Newsdealer Feb. 23-1t. Brownie Troop 15 Plans For Girl Scout Week Brownie Troop Number 15 of ~an?% ~et 1oLf~r .~ 3:30 in the Sunday School room Ofo:he~ Lutheran Church in Ran- The troop held their usual open ing and then began work on new projects and plans for Girl Scout I week'During the cookie sale the girls sold 588 boxes of cookies The meeting closed at 5 o'clock Jersey Breeders Club To Meet March 1 at 7:30 Elmer Vickers has issued an in- vitation to all Jersey breeders to meet at the home of Mr. Forre t Hammond St., March 1st at 7:30 P/M. If you have one, or one hun- dred Jerseys or are just interest- cleavsville. Legion Oratorical Contest February 25 In Shepherdstown The annual 10th Disctrict Am erican Legion oratorical contest will be held Saturday, Feb. 25 at 2 p. m. in Reynolds Hall, Shep- ~--~ C. W. MOORE SALE CLERK PHONE NO. 70"/ P. O. BOX 348 Charles Town, W. Vza MRS. KENNA KNOTT ALGER HOUSE Corner Charles and West Congress Streets SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. RAHSON REAL ESTATE INSURANCE PHONE 309 RANSON, W. VA. / Having rented my farm and discontinuing farming, I will sell on said farm, located on Willow Brook Road leading from Rt. 15 at Beckleys Motel toward O'Possumtown Pike, about 3 miles North of Frederick, Maryland, on THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. TO-WIT: 71 HD. DAIRY COWS & HEIFERS 71 Fifty are Milk Cows of which 47 are Holsteins, 1 Jersey, I Guernsey and 1, Angus. Five fresh between Jan. 1st and sale time; 3 close springers, balance are mostly fall cows. This Herd is young and about ten first calf heiferS are ad- ded to herd each year. D. H. L A. records individually up to 600 lbs. B. F. Nine Heifers bred to freshen in September and October. Eleven Heifers from 3 months to a year old, 2 are regis- tered Holstein heifers. All of my cows for past 8 years are from artificial breeding, and 90% of the breed is home raised on this farm. Angus Yearling Heifer. All heifers old enough are calfhood vaccinated. Herd is T. B, and Bang's aceredfted and certified and test will be run again within 30 days of sale. FARM MACHINERY Facmall H Tractor completely overhauled, stkrter, lights, good rubber, hydraulic lift cultivators; OHver Model 77 Tractor with god rubber, hydraulic life, starter; Henderson manure loader, dirt scoop, blade, Massey-Hacris No. 6 mower with hyd. lift; 12" Little Genius plow, 12" John I}eere "2 bottom plow, John Deere 32 disc heavy duty disc harrow; 36 tooth 3-section lever harrow; 25 tooth lever harrow, Garber 5-bu. grass seeder for tractor; 16" Papec ensilage cutter and pipe; John Deere 13 disc drill for tractor; 2 John Deere low down rubber tire wagons, New Idea rubber tire hay rake, 2 John Deere tractor type manure spreaders, 4 wheel New Idea ma- nure spreader on steel; 250-gallon trailer field sprayer; Smoker 32-ft. elevator and motor; wood saw. New Holland 77 Baler with re-conditioned motor; McC.- Deering PTO corn binder, 100 steel posts for electric fence, electric fence wire, 4-hole hog feeder, heavy duty band saw, plow and potato coverer, power reel type lawn mower, tractor belts, 150-lb. air compressor and motor with pressure gun, all pump and tank, tank grease gun, John Deere 2-row trailer corn planter, also bean attachment; 2 electric fences, saw blade for wood saw; log chains, tractor chains, heavy jack, bench vise, 5 butchering kettles, stuffer and grinder, stirrers, dippers strainers, ladies, ~ bbl. copper apple butter kettle, 4-hole hog feeder, 12-ga. single bbl. shot gun; 12 ga. double bbl. shot gun. 75 feet heavy duty rubber cable, and miscel- laneous small ltems. 3 DeLaval Milker Units, extra pail Model 41 DeLaval pump and motor; 2 stainless steel tank strainers. 2 sets Stew- art Clippers. 23 milk cans, home milk pasteurizer, dinner bell, Steinhorst 18 eu. ft. 1947 INTERNATIONAL 3]4 TON PICK- UP. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE:--18 Cu. Ft. Deep Freeze. All Hay or Straw left by time of sale. Many small items that are not listed. TERMS:--CASH. Not responsible for accidents on prem- ises. A. DOTY REMSBURG--DH1A Records. PERRY L. TRITTIPOE PHONE MO. 3-6930 EMMERT R. BOWLUS & GLENN TROUT, Auctioneers. H. M. ALEXANDER, CMrk. Lunch By Ladiees of Mr, Plea~nt Methodist Church ~ebruary 23 - It. some springers and balance in full milk. Twenty-Four Heifers all calfhood vaccinated of which six are bred to freshen in spring; 17 Heifers from 6 months to I5 months of age. Registered Holstein Bull about 2-years old. with papers. The IIerd is mostly Holsteins, all T. B. and Bangs Accerd- ited, also 30 day test so that animals can go anywhere. Hogs Two Brood Sows, one to farrow by daY of sale, also 6 hogs about 200 lbs. each. Dairy Equipment 345 GaL Haverly milk tank, 4 unit DeLaval Magnetic Milk- ers with stainless steel units, also extra pall; 1"4o. 73 milker pump to handle 4 units, Century 1 H, P, motor, pipe line. stall cocks for 30 stalls; Rheem 50 pal. hot water heater, new 3 compartment wash-up tank, 12 can steam sterilizer, milker and pail metal rack, O. & S. dairy boiler, 2 stainless steel tank strainers, buckets, stools. Stewart clippers, electric barn sprayer, Clay litter carrier with 100-ft. of track, other dairy small tools. All Hay, Straw and Feed not used by sale time. SMALL TOOLS:--Electric motors, sickle grinders, block and taekle'conditionedFrdwaterr FerguSnpumps fcrrPWersame tractors;take'ff vt~a~Ps~:ve~lS~o/:s". scoops, chains, greust guns, serew.j~cks, air compressor, fence tractor jack, electrie weel-o-matic and battery fence control- lers, electric fence wire, knobs and hand gates, hammers. wedges, tractor umbrellas, feed tank and water troughs; 40- ft. extension ladder, hay forks, pedal grindstone, belt lacer. 75- ft. endless belt, other belts, 2 butchering kettles, No. 32 Enter- prise grinder, stirrers, ladles, butchering equipment, chicken brooders, fountains, feeders, Ford or Ferguson tractor pulley, harness, small tools, etc. SECOND DAY---TUESDAY, FEB. 28th HOUSEHOLD:--2-Pe. Bedroom Suite. 6 bedroom lamps, 10 wooden chairs, 3 dressers, chest of drawers, vanity table, 4 wash stands, 3 double beds with springs; day bed, slng~ iron bed and springs: library t~ble, medicine cabinet, antique chunk stove, Weser Bros. cabinet grand piano, screen windows and doors: 2 studio couches, 2-pc. plastic riving room suite: 2 wing back chairs, reclining rocker with foot stool ~nti~ue buffet, electric lamps, end table and magazine racks; 2 coffee tables, kitchen cabinet, double metal cabinet, oc~asional chairs, 8-piece dinette suite, 40-pal gas Waldorf water heater: llo- mart 60-inch sink eabLnet, 12x15 rug, dishes, jars, etc., ~mall items. tFARM MACHINERY:--Ferguson 30 Tractor, W-30 M~Cor- Ferguson steel 12" plows, 2 Ferguson cultivators, Dearborn cultivators, 7-ft. Dearborn mower with 3 pt. hitch: McC.- DeeHng corn planter with 3-pt. hitch; horse mower, Ferguson 6-ft. mounted mower. 3 bu. seed sower for tractor; Ferguson 28 disc harrow, Dunham 32 disc harrow, Athens HD disc haxrow, pick-up springtooth harrow, 2 large Saxton harrows. New Holland wood saw, MeC.-Deering 13 disc grain drill with rub- ber tires;No. 15 McC.-Deering side delivery rake, new: McC.- Deering No. 46 PTO baler. No. 2 McCormiek-Deering hay conditioner, new; 32-ft. Smoker elevator with motor" Massey- Harris 7-ft. mounted motor combine: Woods Bros. corn picker. McC.-Deering corn binder, No. 12 New Idea manure spreader, also New Idea horse drawn spreader: DB Hammermill, DB ensilage cutter and pipes; 2 rubber tire flat bottom wagons with side boards and hay racks; horse drawn plows, cultiva- tors, many other items. Most all of this machinery is good as new or practically new. TERMS OF SALE:---CASH on each day. Not responsible for accidents. WILBUR T. HOOD PHONE MT. AIRY 241-J-5 G. TROUT and EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneers. WEYBRIGHT and ALEXANDER, Clerks, Lunch Rights Ret~rved. February 23 - ik