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I I leone tan report, the Moler plant of Michigan LimeNOTICE OF U $_ | | l guests Sunday of Mrs. Nathaniel SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARM S I [ A good record book is available stone Division, U: S. Steel Cur- " ...... ~'~ ~,~ L L U [Gray Jr. and family. 6---B THURSDAY, FEBRUARY [ [from the West Virginia Agricul- poration, as plant accountant at TRUSTEE'S SALE miss" " Dorothy Bowers [Simonsl Mrs. Williamand sonHak'MichaelMrS'andPrankMiss ~ [tare Extension Service through the Division's Cedarvitle plant at ..... --" leadership and the pz~ appti JEFFERSON GARDEN Ithe local County Extension Of- Cedarville, Michigan was announ . O1[-valuable IDorothy Bowers visited Mrs. Flor r [flee. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend and [ence Pope at Locust Grove in Bol cation of field artiillery tactics TO MEET TUESDAY , [ If you are not already keeping ced today by I5. R. Baltzersen, Dip ]:~_~.1 T~..~--~..T ision comptroller, at~H1 J~titUte.' Miss Judy Olden of Riverdale,]ivar Sunday afternoon, and techniques in the employ-] The Jefferso--n~ounty Md. were supper guests Sunday ]Mrs. Gray Improving ment of artillery mortars, con- Club will hoid its first nv ~" e~rTr ~v [satisfactory records, ask for one . Mr. Smith. goes to Michigan of- By virtue of the authority yes- of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell ] Friends are glad to learn Mrs. "" ................ I of these books, ler serwng m me accounung ~.e- ted in me by a Deed of Trust COUNTY AGENT {Garden Calendar partment at the Moler plant sln- h~rin, d~t~ lho 0~th d~v ~f _hm* and family. [Nathaniel Gray Sr. who has been ventional cannon, free rockets of the year Thursday at This weatiler is not the kind ce March 1958. He previously hadE ~:'execu'~e~"- ~)~'"I~erb'er[-A[ Visitors Wednesday at the ]a patient in the Charles Townand guided missiles, i March 2, at 3:00 p m. at t that makes one think of garden- "... ~umney n Ara L. uumney, ms One record keeping farmer has [in,, howev,~r if v,~, will ~,~o ~ worked for the Division in Pitts- I ~. a d -- ; .. -." home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall t General Hospital since November The 19 year old soldier entered of. Mrs; John . Po.rterf~ burgh and at the D~wslon's An- ;. .,.,~ ,- ..... ~ u ......~, completed basic training at Fort lvniorea ~treet. airs. tLu ........................... _. . . ' ' w,~ .......... ~ ............... ~ McAboy and son were Jean and [5, following a fall continues to im the Army in September 1960 and l ~ary rorternel~u~ said that ke(,plng tarm records is ,~1 your dar yon ' .... [look _~ ,~__ calen_a .... wdl nanoam.pmnt. . . . . land Esther R. Hammerly, his Donald Courtney of Boyce, Vs., i prove and is able to be in a wheel worth twenty bye amlars per [see the garden season is not far ne x~m oe succeeaeu as prom .. _~o,...._~ tr.... Mrs. Eddie Ahalt, Mrs. Rose [chair twice daily. Jackson, S.C. gin of Martinsburg will'. wife to the und~,.~,~.~,, ,~,- Courtney and Miss Eileen Brady[ Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and He attended Charles Town'"Spring Bulbs". A full nour. [away. . _ _ . . _" ]neth W. M .......... ~, ...... of Ranson. I sons Timothy and Kenneth were High School and was employed tce is desired. A farmer's wife, lhe farmer or [ Tiae 1961 Garden Calendar is accountant at Moler by Donald C ' ..,, T~u..,e. . ....... some other member of the family Inow available. This calendar con- Bowoen wno. nas been at. the [ the payment of that certain note Mr and Mrs Raymond Parks [ guests Sunday of the formers no- by the Smalley Package Company, [ ~" p mnt smce omy lva~ as a cost an- ltherein described, recorded in " . " - ther Mrs Gentry L Muse and can make twenty five dollars an]~ tains an abundance of good up to aJysL . ...... / the office of the Clerk of the and .sonl,arnMmhaeljr nfandc.harlesMrS" Steph-Town ][ iamny .... ln'"Leesourg," vs.:: ' Berryville, before entering the I Castro's older brot~( hour keeping books That's what date arden information Arn~. 'purge in Cuba. . .... . g . The appomtments are e~recuve[county Court of Jefferson Coun- economists tell us about the In- [ Some items covered are recom ~rsD~eac Costello and dauglaterl Mr. and Mrs. D a.v,d PenuWee~ ~..~~'.f.~.f.f.~.r,~'~'.~:f.f'.f.f~'.f.~',,P~'~~ portance of keeping accurate ac-Imended varieties, prunning rasp- ~arcn L [ty, and State of West Virginia, in rv l.~no ~d Mrs: Winerd Row lana ~amny were amner g , : counts. , Iberies, planting dates, fertilizerREV DR "CHOLL SPEAKER Deed Book 233, at pagesaid note now being due 317,and paythe MS-were luncheon guests ~/effnes[Sunday OfdMrf.aand Mrs. Mha:r~m BE AN' EARtY S[TTLEI One farmer says, 'a good book Isuggestions, qm~ck grass control, . . S " keeping system is indispensable[pest control, plastic mulching and FOR BUILDERS ON SUNDAY able, and default having been day of Mr. ands MrS.ter EdwinisitorsCleV-with [ rown.~mes ~ittlea ~viiss" Y~ancy Jeanne" : enger and d ugh . V . . to successful farming." [controlling sprouting of potatoes. ~ made in the payment thereof, the the group in the afternoon were[Penwell spent E~day withher "-" "-'-" ' It is suggested that records be I Before garden season creeps up[eWi~1Th~beb~he~ov Dr Richard Scholl edts?undersigned,tw~ldoby/hoe?o~d:?thaving been Pfu~idrequir completed ,but kept as simple as Ion you get your garden calendar. ' .......... ~)eafe~i~t(~l~ecB:i~ds. MrS.othy WilliamBowers HOakwho assistedand MiSSthemDOr/aunt[les Town.mrs" harry ...... ~mges m ~nar- B0rr0w From Farm Credit C0 possible. Keeping good records [ - ...... ~---~-* Ch'--.~" S"nda" auction to the highest bidder at in making robes for the choir of [... mrs. ~uwara ~oungo~ ~narms takes only a few minutes each * [Tow. ~**etm, u,S~ u.c. u ~, ........ "2 -"" the Presbyterian Church i rown spent last week wnn her February ~t, a~ :o.. ~, .,~,.o ~ .......... - . - j. .. -. ." . /mother Mrs. James R. Costello da~. , I J0seph Smtth To ...... o o, 9oo AI' ""'~'ero me ,ront floor o, me wourt tlouse I.~-..,-~,.d to nit.rid nnd hrin~ a m Jezzerson' (;ounty, west wr- Mrs. nemn t;uster ot nagers-/and famil- , PAY CASH--AND SAVE, SAVE, $t ;ome suggestions are: I s rv ]ce ginia, at Charles Town, West Vir- town, Md. was a guest Thursday/ 1 File bills as soon as they are] recZived , Be Transferred From ~.v~l~l~'t)egin'pro'mptlyat"9:3O-a. m. ~,a~nt:he,le8thkd:?0~}.M~rClV~, of her and sister| Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills and sons.lA, t,.'..-'l- SEE: W. W. HAMMOND, Asst. 2. Pay bills promptly at the endl ~ . ~. ~. , with Dr. Scholl speaking around ._ , .... lo t._ :~ ) Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Mrs.[/41 ~4111111~lyl Pll i$11t 9:45 a. m. Visitors are cordially ~ne zouowmg ~escrmeu proper- SHEPHERDSTOWN DIAL 4441 of each month. ]~0|er ~]a~ |0 ~|c~lgan invited to attend, ty: Rose Courtney and Mrs. Eddie/ _ 3. Use record book that is or-I ganized so receipts and expenses[ Appointment of Joseph T. h 4/5 undivided interest in all Ahalt were visitors Tuesday af-|~/'hhh| A} Fhr} ~l|| CHARLES TOWN: MONDAYS 10 - 12 are easily transferred to your in- Smith now plant accountant at ~NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Ofestate,the folloWingwith the describedimprovementsreal aldternn.courtneyWith andMr" familyand' Dn'| ~"*'VV'Boy-[ Fort Sill, Okla.~ v(AHTNC).Army~., , COUNTY AGENT'S OFFICE ce va [ __ thereon and, the appurtenances , , Pvt Richard A Roper, son of I To the Creditors and Beneflc- thereunto belonging, situate in . ." .......... /Mr. and M ................... v~-. '~.f~,'.~g~.s'~'.~'=~'.~'.~f',f~*'~~'.,~".~. Mrs David Penwell and dough- " r,. u',, .... T~ U .... 'e'~',f.f~ - -- .f~.,~.,~.P.,~.~.f.f.'~f~ II: YOU HAK[ $75 A W[[K [tortes of the Estate of Grace V. Jefferson County, West Virginia ter ...... away ana airs. _~atnamel'. .. ,Route 2, Charles Town, completed ~---~-----~,~'~ - [Rogers, deceased, and more particularly described Gray or.. were in wmcnester,. . vs. 18~ weeks of advanced md~wdual' " ' on Friday where Judy naa an ap I All persons having claims a- as follows; to-wit: ....... " ;cannoneer training at The Ar- t gainst the estate of Grace V.The following three tracts of poin~ment ..... win ~r. Anuerscn.. .~;'tfllery and Missile" " School, Fort ~( [Rogers, deceased, whether duereal estate located near Shepherd airs. renwel~ wno was a pauent ~m-~,~ ~. 97 ~l~ltJ~'01~ . t~oper was tralnea in the out- ~ ~[QT~0~ ]or not, are notified to exhlbit the stown and comprising what is last week in the Charles Town "~-.' ......... ";-- ..... IJI4TIt 5ATIJRDM same. with vouchers thereof, le-known ~ ~rn,, nd ,~nd ,~,~ General Hospital two days havmg ;,~ ,,f ....... ....;'h--- ~~ttl/~ ......... dersl ned ......... , a .........a.,.- ................................ - You Are Qualified To Buy A 4- Bedroom, /gauy vermea, ~o me un g , cent thereto" three badly infected teeth extrac- mill" otor awl .- - ~;.h+ 4';.].1 lag my office in the Citizens Office .'. . . .............. ~m .... ..... ~ ........ teo ,s mucn more com~ortaom at ......... FEBRUARY /5th. I Bulldimz Charles Town West TRACT ~uMBER 1.---That cer ..... artmery weapon, rne ~cnom, th~s wrmng. . which has as its motto, "skill is / 2 Bath Mainline Home. ['Virgmia: on or before the 18th uta: ae truant or parcel of land sit- .... . .. Aria ..... better than luck , emphasizes day of Aug., 1961; otherwise theyj , t east of Shepherdstown Mr and Mrs drew Bean ot rmnax, vs,, Mr. ana airs. uarl ~ ~ ,. .. 'k SEE MODEL HOME 1 Mile North of City may by law be excluded from all and bounded on the east by the Clark of Clearbrook, Vs., Mrs. benefit of said estate. All bene- land of Mrs. J. S. Pierce, and on Limits, Winchester, Virginia. ] fieiaries of said estat~e are notified the west by_ the _oresent fence i~e Mr.BettYandFrYeMrs.0fElwoodCharleSBowersTWn andand ~T~ ~ |~| to be present on said date to pro that now ta I . .. " s nds between said par- $98.00 Underwood Portable Type ~ct thelr in~eres~ son Bruce were dinner guests vuus--n u w=-m l ~.: " m "hand thi 14th eel and the land of John N St~pp OPEN 1:00 TO 8:00 P. M. DAILY unuer y s In,, ,. w~, .... 19aI and bounded on the North by the SundaY of Mrs. Winerd Bowers with Key Set Tabulator, Only : [,.,,a ,.,, ""'~"~d'%,-n~,Eq,~EL Potomac River,, and containing and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas ~T~ ~-~ ||D,- ................ " re " t er Bowers and family of Bolivar ~VJIJ ~i,~V U/ about five (5) ac s, toge h " Commissioner of Accounts .... were visitors with hte family in PHONE SO 8-8877 ~ountv of Jefferson wRh the right and privilege ot $67.85 Remington Portable, Only , Feb 16.3t " " . free and unrestricted use of the the evening. open (abandoned) public road Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Miss FRANCHISED DEALER FOR MAINLINE HOMES NOTICE TO CREDITO[IS, leading from Shepherdstown ti Dorothy Bowers motored to Clear A Chance to Purchase A Brand New ] -- said land, for ingress and egress brook, Va. Sunday evening taking table At Tremendous Savings. In Berkeley and Jefferson Counties, W. Va. Te the Creditors and Benefic- thereto and from the land and Mr. and Mrs. Clark to their home. iaries of the Estate of Mary Lou right of way Mrs. Ralph Oden, Mrs. Clayton Steptoe, deceased . - - -" Robinson and Mrs. L. O. Hollis of % PRICE SALE TOLE C] Feb. 23 - 2t. TRACT NUMBER 2--Begin All persons having claims a- . Bolivar accompanied by Mrs. Ed- ~,o;.,~* *~,~ ,~t~*~ -f Mar,, Lot nlng on the South s~de of old a ~e"~oe"'deceasedp , , "whether due bandoned county road and corner Winchester,Clevengerva. on Friday.Shpped in Win- PAINT By Numbers or not, are notified to exhibit the to James Staley and Southwes, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders same with vouchers thereof, le- corner of R. F. -Baby's five acre and family of Charles Town were $3.49 WASTE BASKET - - gaUy verified to the tmderslgnea, tract; thence running Westward at my office In the Citizens Office ly with the Southside of said road # Due to ill health we will sell at Public Sale, Valuable Personal Property, located about 1 mile East of Charles Town, W. Va.. at the Willis Farm. known as Belvedere, on Jefferson Avenue. Just Off State Roads No. 340 and No. 9, in Jefferson County, West Virginia, on FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1961 BEGINNING AT 9:30 A. M. SHARP: 24 HEAD OF HEREFORD CATTLE 22 Head of Hereford Cows, will have calves by their side by sale dayor soon after; Holstein Cow, carrying her 5th ~calf; Registered Polled Hereford Bull, 3-yrs. old, with papers. All of above Cows have been blood tested. 15 HEAD OF HOGS 3 Yorkshire Sows with 10 pigs by their side; 2 Durock Sows, should have pigs by sale day. FARMING IMPLEMENTS: Oliver 77 Tractor, Oliver Super 66 Tractor, Farmail Cub Tra~tor. These Tractors are complete with Cultivators. Mosaic-Harris self propelled Combine, 10-ft. cut, A-1 shape; Mosaic-Harris 2 row self propelled Corn Pleker, like new; Oliver 7-ft. mower. Oliver 14-in. bottom plow, Oliver 12-in. bottom plow, New Holland 68 Baler, like new; John Deere 2-row Corn Planter. A-1 shape; Oliver 13- 7 Tractor Grain Drill. A-1 shape; Oliver 22-in. disc harrow, John Deere 3- section springtooth harrow, OHver Sprayer, Massie-Furge- son side rake, 36-ft. New Idea Conveyor, Dodge Pick-Up, 3/4 Ton, 1956 Model, low mileage; John Deere Bush Hog, 2 low down rubber tire wagons with beds;, New Idea manure spreader, Harvey 10-in, HammermiH, New Lincoln lS0 Amps. Electric Welder; Air Compressor, Battery Charger, New Hol- land Saw and Mandrel; farm drag, old disc, springtooth harrow, pulverizer, 50-ft. endless belt, Complete Set of Surge Milkers with pipe line pump and 2 pales; 18 Stanchions, bag truck, vise, anvil, dig irons, shovels, crow bars. saws, oil cans, greast guns, 2-pair American wire stretchers, fforks. 200 grain sacks. This machinery is worthy the attention of good buyer~ HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Building, Charles Town, West to a point on the Southside of Virginia, on or before the 18th the abandoned road 238 feet to day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they the point formed by, the interseo may, by law be excluded from all tion of the South edge of said benefit of said estate. All bene- road and the dividing line be- flclaxles of said estate are notlfled tween James Staley anti John A. to be present on said date to pro- Stipp; thence running in a strai- tect thelr Interests. ght line North and nearly paral; el with the Western line of said Given under nay hand this 14th day of February, 1961. MARK B. WETZEL Commissioner of Accoun~.~ County of Jefferson Feb. 16-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Baby to a point on top of the Cliff 228 feet from the Western boundary of said Baby's five acre tract; thence at right angle, with the last line, 226 feet to said Baby's llne to the point of, begin ning. And with Special warranty To the Creditors and Beneflc- all right, title and interest what- iaries of the Estate of Cecelia W, soever in and to the Cliff and. the League, deceased, land between the above des~:ribed All persons having clalm.s a- land and the waters of the'Poto- gainst the estate of Cecelia W. mac River, that is to say, jin all League, deceased, whether due the adjoini~ag land b~unded o~ or not, are notified to exhibit the the SoUth by the t0p of the Cliff same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned and on the North by the Potomac at my office in the Citizens Office River, on the Eastby .the.Westel~- Building, Charles Town, West ly line of Baby, and on the West Virginia, on or before the 18thl~y the second above described day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they line (running from the James may, by law be excluded from all Staley corner to a point' on top of benefit of said estate. All bene- Cliff, 225feet West of Baby)ex- flclaries of said estate are notified tended to the river. And again, t~ be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 14th day of February, 1961. MAI~K B. WETZEL Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 16-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To The Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Mary Ma- gill Shirley, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Mary Magill Shirley, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally, verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town,, West with Special warranty, also the free and perpetual use of said open Road, now abandoned, as a public road, so far as said road extends over the other land of said Stipp. TRACT NUMBER 3--That cer- tain parcel of land lying in Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, East of Shepherdstown, known as the River Cliff, that is bounded on the South by the five acre tract,of land granted to said Ray. mond F. Baby by John W: Stipp, et ux., on the 23rd day of October 1915; on the East by line made by extending the line running be- tween said Baby's five acre tract and the J. S. Pierce tract to the 24-ft. Deep Freeze, A-I shape; Refrigerator, 2 single beds, Potomac River; on the North by day bed. folding cot, desk, dressers, 5-Piece Living Room Virginia, on or before the 18th the Potomac. River and on the Suite,' 2 library tables, 2 coffee tables, 2 "floor lamps, fire day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they east by a line made by extending may by law be exeludbxl from all the line between said Baby's five place set complete; medicine cabinet, 2 high chairs, straight benefit of said estate. All bene- acre tract and John W. Stipp to back and rocking chairs, dining room table, buffett, chinaflciaries of said estate are notlflod the river. closet, china and glassware, Radio, Base and Wall 'Cabinet, to be presen~ on said date to pro- Bed and Table Linen, 250 Chicken Brooder, 40-gailon Apple tect their interests. TERMS OF SALE Butter Kettle and .stand; glass jars, pots and pans, andGiven under my hand this 14th One-third (~Y casl~ 'on day ef day of February, 1961. ~ale, balance in two (2) equal in- Lots of Other Artieles that are not mentioned. MARK B. WETZEL stallments, evidenced by the notes TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Commissioner' of Accounts of the purchaser, bearing even County of Jefferson date with day of sale, payable on "Lunch Will Be Served." Feb. 16-3t. or before one (1) and two (2) MR. & MRS. S. L. JENKINS "N-'OT [years after date, respectively, ----- [bearing interest from date at six W. D. ORNDoRFF and NED MORROW, Auctioneers. To the Creditors and Benefic-~per cent (6~) per annum, pay- MOORE and MORELAND, Clerks. q iaries of the Estate of Ray X. [able semi.annually, secured by a At the same time, place and terms as the above sale I will sell the Following Articles:-- General Electric Range with 4 burners, in perfect condi- tion; Metal Wall Cabinet, Double Door Metal Utility Cabi- net; Kitchen Cabinet, 10-piece Dining Room Suite, Work Table, 2 Duotherm Space Wail Oil Heater, A-1 shape; Couch, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; Morris Chair, Book Case, Night Stand, Metal Wardrobe with 2 glass doors; Baby Bed, Play Pen, Some Toys, Lamps, Pictures and Picture Frames; China and Glassware" Pots and Pans, glass jars. garden plow and tools" chicken feeders, 2 rolls chicken wire, heat light, 3 oil drums and spiggots, oil cans and buckets, and lots of other articles that are not mentioned. AUTHOR JENKINS TERMS :---CASH. February 16 and 23-2t;. Merchant, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Ray X. Mer- chant, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified tO the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or be'fore the 18th day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 14th day of February, 1961. MARK B. WETZEL, Commissioner of Accounts Deed of Trust Upon the property sold, and assignment of fire in- surance in reasonable amounts upon the building thereon, ff any, with the privilege of the pur chaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash pay ment as he may desire. Kenneth W. Metz Trustee Feb. 16-4T- Feb. 16-3t. viistors with Mrs. Anders' par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and sons Clifton and Allen, Mrs. Do- vid Penwell and sons David and Terry attended the annual Cub's Scouts Blue and Gold Banquet. Wednesday evening in the Boli- var Methodist Church Social Room. Mrs. Marshall McAboy and Mrs. Eddie Ahalt visited Mrs. Manic Alger, Mr and Mrs. George Mar- latt and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Court ney in Bolivar, Thursday after- noon. Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and child- ren of Millville were dinner ELECTRIC HEATING NOW HAS A NEW LOW RATEI THE POTOMAC LIGHt & POWER CO. $2.49 DESK BASKET - $3.49 SNACK TRAYS ..... MANY OTHER BARGAINS! CAPERTON BROTHERS - (Across From Thomas Jefferson Hotel) CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. mm Cut Your Production Costs That's right. When you plant Top-Quality Seeds, with their big yields, it costs you less to produce a ton of hay, silage or pasture. When you plant common seeds, your production costs per ton go way up. You may even lose money on the crop! It's been proved many times. Take the famous Cornell Study. It proved that hay yielding 2.6 tons'per acre, grown on top-quality seed, cost 30% less than hay yielding only 1.6 tons per acre. A difference of 30%! For most farmers, 30% is the difference between profit and loss. The explanation? Simple. Top-Quality Seeds give you big yields. Common Seeds almost always give you unsatisfactory yields. Yet all other expense factors remain the same, no matter which seeds you plafit" taxes, insurance, depreciation, fertilizer, gas, oil, labor, etc. See your Southern States Cooperative Agency now for Southern States Top-Quality Seeds, They're high in germination, low in weed content, adapted to your area and backed by the best guarantee in the industry--ask about it.