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February 26, 1970

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UBSCK1BE TO THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE i , , Di~onttnuing amning, I will sell the fofiowing on the Co l~ugwood Farm, ~ 3 miles North of Charles Town, W. Va off Leetmvn a~d Cllarie6 Town Road (follow signs): FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1970 10:30 A. M. 1 l--HEAD DAIRY CATTLE--11 3 Holstein Cows close spr~gers; 8 Holstein Cows, full flow of n~lk. T,B. and Bangs Tested 30 days prior to sale. 100--HEAD HOGS-- I00 5 Landrace and Yorkshire crossed Sows with 44 Pigs; 51 Landrace end Yockshtre ~ Shoats (50-100 I I~) FAIUI MACladNF.Iff, Etc. Farma~ Super H tractor ~th No. 33 loa ~er and blade; Farmall H tractor wi~h cultivator; N. H. power manure spreader (135 bu.); N. H. 271 baler wilt hole thrower a~d corn (f,odder).head;-Int m,e er and hay mer; Doff Take; 40 conveyer ~; 16 hay carrier; 2 Xnt. wago~ with hay racks; Now Idea N~. 10 vor~a pickex; Int. d~sc ha~ow; Olfver d sc barrow; spring tooth harrow pulver er; 2 Oliver 12" bottom plows; I~t. corn planter; 4 4" grain attKxs; LRtles- ton brush hog; Danhatwer pos~ole digger; Kromer field sprayer; 2 ~ graiu dr~s; grai~ binder; feed mixer; hammer mill; 3 old McC ough chain saw; power corn sheller; 2 sets tractor chains; Cyclone power seed sower; 7 hog feeders; 6 ~w~g hottses; 10 hog troughs; feed boges;- Howell plardorm scales; wheelbarrow; some hm-se drawn machinery; eha hoist; bag cart; log chains; belts; ropes; saw mandril; ~oops; ~ovels; forks; hoes; anvil md forge; sh~ equipmeat; quanta, of harness and junk; L~%. Scan cooler; Int. milker pump an l 4 units; 18 10-gal. milk cans; buckets, ~tra~ner; butchering eq~pment, ~ kettles, scalding tank, grinders and other articles not me dxed. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. MILLER -- THARPE. Auctioneers MORFAJU~D -- WARE - Clerks TH0 M. WEST Lunch Rights Reserved. Not Responsible For Aeddents On Premises. Feb. 2&2t- OBSTETRICAL PATIENTS Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Viands, Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Vs A' Son Feb. 17 - Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Kloss, Kearneysville, W. Vs. A Daughter Feb. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gayhart, 1P~anson, W. Va. A Daughter Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fauble, Rt~ I, PurceLlville, Va. A Son Feb. Mr. and Mrs. LarrY Dtmn, Shen andoah Junction, W. ya. A Son Feb. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilt, Shep herdstown, W. Va. A Son Feb. 20. SURGICAL PATIENTS Mrs. Brenda Lee Pierson, Rt. I, Charles Town, W. Va. WJlllam F. Van Pelt, Charles Town, W. Vs. Dan H. Breeden, Charles Town W. Va. Eugene Franklin Cook, Summit I am a candidate for the Jefferson County Beard of Edu- cation from the Mlddleway District, subject to voters at the May 12 Primary Election. I will appreciate your vote and support. WILLIAM R. DOg ETT KearneysvlLl~ W, Va. Feb. 36-May 7-(P(L Po~.~ Adv.) Colors .Reg. 1.99 BOX OF 3 for 2.34 Reg. 1.00 Pr. All the Basic Shades plus white Also have Agilon Stretch hose. Seamless, mesh, or plain. Fashion Colors Phs Professional White. Save 1.11 on each and every pair you buy. Rq. 2.99 Chad. Ten, W. Vs. Point, W. Va. Margaret Gayhart and family in Ranson. Mrs. Josephine Johnston spent MEDICAL PATIENTS the day Friday with her mother, Mrs. Milton Popkins in Kable- Mrs. Camelle E. Magolis, Knox- town. t ville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Rissler Robert Lee Chapman, Summit Point, W. Va. Albert Viands of the B1oomery. Saturday night callers were Mr. I and Mrs. James Viands and child ren, Pamala and Kenneth of Mid- dleway. ~~ ~: : :-:. butcber hbgs 25.00 to 27.00; shoats Mrs. Rickie Viands and daugh- The quotations of The Blue per hundred 35.00 ~own; pigs per ters Lisa Ann and Vickie spent Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles head Up to 19.00; boars 21.00 Saturday with her mother Mrs. Town, W. Vs. Monday Feb. 23, Down. Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 Toby Baugher, Front Royal, Va. who were recently married have Miss Llnda Faye Seal, Shenan- returned home from their weald- doah Junction, W. Va. ~ing trip to Williamsburg and have Davis WeSley May, Charles gone to house keeping at Twin Town, W. Vs. View on his parents farm. Mrs, Rosa Mae Burcker, Ran- Mrs. Jackie Brown and daugh- son, W. Va. ter Missy of Charles Town spent James Edgar Day, Shepherds- the day Wednesday with her town, W. Va. mother Mrs. Dave Armstrong and Woodrow T, Conners, Rt. 1, family. Knoxville, Md. Miss Dianne Johnston spent Wednesday night with her cou- MJ'amesa- C. Dockery, Brunswick, sin Miss Barbara Johnson at Jeff Willoughby M. Lemen, Kear- erson Viallage. neysville, W. Va. Mrs. John Rissler attended the William F. ShuRz, Charles Home Demonstration Club which Town, W. Va. was held at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Bonnie L. Hagan, Bruns- Richard Dailey. wick, Md. I Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry Roy E. Smoot, Charles Town, returned home from Baltimore W. Vs. on Sunday night, their daughter Master Jack A. Shiffiett, Rt. 1, Mrs. John Hampton was to re- Charles Town, W. Vs. turn home from the hospital on Miss Mary B. Moore Charles Monday, so glad to hear she was Town, W. Vs. getting along good after under- Mrs. Mac E. Kearns, Keameys- going surgery. ville, W. Va. Miss Valerie Gay Bush, Charles Mr, and Mrs. Ray Marcas and son and daughter of Winchester, Town, W. Va, spent the weekend with their par ] John R. Pumphery, RL 2, Harp ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton, I ers Ferry, W. Va. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mrs. Mary Ellen Cham blin, Ran Donald Magaha and daughters of son, W. Va. Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milliard F. Lewis, Chafes Town Milton and son Kevin of Millville W, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton of Win- Mrs. Edna M. Wynkoop, Charles chester and Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Town. W. V& Milton and sons of near town and Miss Wilma Darlene Redmond, Ranson, W. Va. Stevie Pine of Winchester. Mrs. Ann M. Woodward, Rt. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Charles Town, W. Va. Harpers Ferry were Sunday call- Mrs. Charlotte V. Fritts, Rt. 1, ers with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands, glad to hear Mrs. Charles Town, W. Vs. i Billy Viands is getting along very Miss Sherry Lee Shiner, Rt. i, Charles Town, W. Va. good since returning from the Mrs. Irene V. eLmm, Ranson, hospital. W. Va. Mrs. Julia Viands - - ~ - --- Mr. Levi Gray has been a vic- tim of the flu. Also Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. of the Bloomery. Mrs. Harry Shirley is recovering and hopes she will be able to report to work at the A. T. T. on Monday she was off all last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts on Tuesday and on Thursday, Mrs. Fritts was in Baltimore, Md. to see Dr. Curtis. He put her arm and hand in a split to see about READ THESPIRIT-ADVOCATE Automatic delivery of Eao Heating OiL Expert burn& service. A convenient Budg Payamt Plaa. Call DIAL 725-7510 Charles Town, W. Va. the results. Mrs. Phyllis Kilmer accompanied her to Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughters were callers with A K~osene Lamp that Is both attractive & useful, It wtll actually work. It is made of amber color glass with ~,ass t im to 9o with any decor. Just ri0ht for that hard todec- orate spot in your home. Ideal for you and perfect for 9ifl~l me and her mother, Mrs. Albert Viands, ovm- the weekmd they were in Berkeley Springs visiting' Donald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearer. Sunda~ callers with Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of Middhway, Mr. Lester Viands and David Viands of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. , KEROIENE LAMP lit70. Receipts of all classes heavy, with a good demand tor all classes Feature of sale was choice steers top $31.00. Choice butcher steers $29.00 to 31.00; good butcher steers 26.00 to 28.75; plain to medium steers 23.00 to 25.75; choice butcher hei- fers 27.00 to 28.00; good butcher. heifers 25.00 to 26.75; plain to medium heifers 23.00 to 24.75;I good bulls 27.50 to 28.50; plain tol medium bulls 22.00 to 27.00; corn mercial cows 21.00 to 22.50; utility cows 19.75; to 20.75; canners and cutters 19.50; Down; cows by the head Up to 225.00; stocker and feeder steers 25.00 to 35.00; stock and feed heifers 23.00 to 32.00. Choice to prime calves 50.00 to 54.00; good butcher calves 45.00 49.75; medium butcher calves 3830 to 44.00; thin calves 37.75 Down; heavy calves 28.00 to 34.00 medium lambs 25.00 to 27.50; butcher ewes 3.00 to 10.tin. Good butcher hogs 28.10 to 28.65 medium butcher hogs 27.00 to 28.00; heavy butcher hogs 23.00 to 26.50; butcher sows 21.00 to YOU PAY ONLY SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER J THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1970 A. M. Livestock Sales Each Monday. GO TO CHURCH USE THE AND OF FREDERICK, MD. --PUBLISHERS OF THE FREDERICK POST AND THE FREDERICK NEWS SINCE 1883 1 TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING ITS ACQUISITION OF AND Feb. 23.50; heavy feeders and light SHOWS AT 7 &9 Late Shows Atll Berkeley Plaza Shopping Center On Friday MARTINSBURG, W. VA. HELD IN U. S. CUSTOMS FOR NEARLY 2 YEARS, "I AM CURIOUS, YE] IS MOTION PICTUREY MOST CONTROVERSIAL FILM. POSITIVELY UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE WILL BE ADMITTED. IDS CARD WILL 'BS QUESTED. THIS PICTURE HAS BEEN BANNED IN 13 STATES INC THE STATES OF MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA. THIS FILM CANNOT WILL NOT BE SHOWN IN EITHER STATE. ADULTS ONLY- $2.50 Limit 2 p~ customar additional $1.69 SEE 0UR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF little or no money down With Fray Credit Tram 230 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Vs. All Work & Merchandise Guaranteed Phone 725-7411 Store Daily -- 9:00 to 5:00 -- Tiday, 9:00 to 9:00 Remember - If You Don't Know Your Watches, hew Your J, weler- FUm pl' . by Grove P re e tars Lena Nyman. 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