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_»egislative Machinery doves Into High Gear n Variety Of Matters (BY ROGER PERRY) (FROM LAST WEEK) , I have just received word from the State Road Commission that bids on our Route 340 project will be opened on March 25th. Finally we are going! The legislative machinery is beginning to move into high gear now with most committees meet ing regularly and passing bills out onto the floor. On Friday, February 14th, we went onto the “Special Calendar” which has great significance. Up until then we had been on the “Regxilar Calendar” which meant that any bill passed out by a committee would be read on the floor three Closing Out Sale Diocentinuing farming and moving into another home, I will sell the following, located 5 miles south of Martinsburg, W. Va, la mile north of the V. A. Center in Vanclevesville in Berkeley County. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1969 10:45 A. M. FARM MACHINERY International 424 tractor, 250 actual hrs, like new; 3 bottom 14 inch plow; tractor seed sowor; field sprayer; rear-end grader; electric fence charger; McDeering “H” tractor with ft. mower and 2 row corn cultivators; McDeering model P. ;. 1 row corn picker; McDeering 64 combine with Super A rotor; New Holland pick-up baler; McDeering 13-? gram drill n rubber; McDeering disc barrow; Creve farm wagon. Set of truck racks for 94 ton International pickup; anvil, vise, irks, shovels; American wire stretchers; Huffy riding lam lower, 1 yr, old; ft. extension, ladders; ft. single ladders; :zrd press; copper wash boiler; can'hoist; some pipe; side ‘ake; pump and pipeline for smilkers; tenlO-gal, milk cans; John Deere model H tractor manure spreader; sledge hammer, rakes, hammers; rolls barb wire and other articles. ANTIQUE & HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE "*“Drop-leaf table; several cane bottom chairs; hutch cabinet; earpiece sectional living room suite; coffee table; mounted deer head; 3—piece modern living room suite; platform rocker; very, old hand-made desk; electric stove; kitchen cabinet; 2 base cabinets; 5 piece breakfast set; china closet; buffet; round oak dining room table; very old wall mirror with wood carved base, over 100 years old; 9 x wool rug; wash stand; 2 ladder back chairs; metal porch chairs; porch glider; dishes, pots, pans, etc. 16 ft. aluminum boat With 35 H. P. motor, like new. Boat has steering wheel; also, boat trailer and water aids. The motor on this boat has only been used be seen tube appreciated. L ‘ Terms of sale cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents on premises. Lunch Rights Reservod. ' w. r. MORMICK EDWARD “Ned” MORROW - Auctioneer ‘ C. WILLIAM HENSELL - Clerk successive days and amended and passed or defeated. Under the Special Calendar the Rules Com- mittee has the power to say which bills will be considered on the floor. In other wordsdf the Rules Committee doesn’t want a bill to be considered it is usually as good as dead. This committee is comprised of the Speaker, as Chairman, and a majority of Dem ocrats and a minority of Repuin cans. including the Minority Lead er. The Speaker picks the mem- bers of the Committee, so his power to kill bills is quite evident legislation he wants passed out of the Committees to which it was assigned. Feb. coco We will sell for Howard County farmers and dealers at the Howard County Fairgrounds on Rt. No. 40 at West'Friendship, ~ Md. on: , ~ _, , SATURDAY, MARCH nails/:59 AT 10:391. M. 9-TRACTORS-9 Case 800 CaseAeMatic Diesel we row cultivator-o and 3——16 in fast hitch lift plows We 2 way ram. Barman Cub Lo-Boy w/5 ft. rotary mower (good as new); Farmall A w/new in. rotary; 2 "B" Allis Chalmers w/cultlvators; Massey—Hands 44 Diesel W/3 bottom lift plows; Case VH3 gang snap on plows (just overhauled); Minneapolis lifeline 23 1954 model wlgood rubber, and «top shape. , Cub Cadet“12‘ H. P. tractor (1 yr. chit was in. notary mower ’and has large rear tires. (Excellent) N. 68 bayliner baler; N. 7 ft. mower, and crimper come blnation (perfect):.N. H. No- 6 forage wagon 02131. H. running gear; N. H. No.‘3$9}portable grinder-mlxar w/optional-‘bagger attachment; N. H. No. 460 9 ft. haybine; N. H. No. 55 rake; J. D. 4 harming; J. D. 4- row corn planter; J. D; heavy-trans- port disc w/cyelinder (nearly-new); J. unaware: spreader; N; H. superdilbaleggwlbale chute; IDLNO. d5 bale: (iv/loading chute); Int. 5%. frail choppefib sec. spring tooth barrow; New Idea No. 210195, bu. spreader w/smgle bittenand liquid manure pan; Ali-H. No. more blower (takcs‘s in. pipe); 2 J. , D. fir—~14 in. bottom fullyjmounted trip leg plow; J. D. 4 bottom r trip leg plows; J, D. hay conditioner; manure loader; David Bradley manure Spreader; J. D. 9 ft. trail type disc (good); J. D. 999 com planter. ‘x v 4-TRUCXS~4 -, , K-Intcrnationai Dump w/new engine (Hoist perfect); 1961 ' Ford 1% ton truck-r w/cab & chassis; 19M 1/9 ton pickup;.1953 Chevy 5% ton pick-up. TOOLS: Skil new will electric drills; Homelite chain saw; air compressor; batterycharger; socket! sets; open and box sets of wrenches; new vice cups; new log chains; and used tools; forks; shovelslpick; rakes; lots of Irardwe (nuts, bolts, nails. screw); wheelbarrow; some point; some cherry and walnut lumber; other lumber; 209 maimed locust posts (both sawed 8: round); milk cans; wooden wheels; Iron farm dinner bell r and many other items found around the farm. FEED: Over 200 mixed hay (by the bale); some straw. Some clover and timothy bay. 2 CHAROLAIS BULLS: (Breeding age, 1 purebred and 1 crossbred). .A clean test will here been made. TEWASH: Am r. no.1. -'aecuom a Sale Mgr. 4894918 nos. 11. HOPKINS ~ Clerk LUNCH or emcee LIONS own. Feb. 27-M- Hls problem sometimes is getting floor. a l g and seal presented by Powhatan l I in the Post-Gazette. lBoard of supervise all colleges ,al] of elementary and secondary Tuesday afternoon and night there was a hearing on the “Black Lung” bill. The propon- ents want to pass a bill which would give compensation to coal miners who suffer injury or dis- ease as the result of inhaling coal dust. The problem is that they: want the law to presume that iii a man has worked in the mines a certain number of years and‘ has a respiratory ailment that the operators must prove his all ment is not from the coal dust. The proof of this type of disease or cause of same is very difficult. The hearing lasted seven hours with much eminent medical test- imony on both sides. Doctors were even imported from Eng- land to testify. They had various times of human lungs pasted in ;s<rme way to paper to illustrate ithe vanious stages of this con- dition. Some actually were black! A great deal of emotion was ex- pressed and I expect a great deal more to be displayed when the bill comes up for debate on the Steve B. Renlch ls f(liven Field Promotion By Marines In Vietnam 1 A second bill on education re-ié STEPHEN B, RENTCH 3 organization was passed out of! ‘ . l . to any sane floor. ThlS blII provxdes for one Shepherdswwn’ has been given a field promotion from Private Glass to Lance Corporal by the U. S. Marines in Vietnam where , education. Today we passed out he has been servmg for the past, . seven months. i the “Bee Bill" which has the pur Ia ‘ pose of protecting and regulatingI nee corp Oral Remcn’ Who . . . . has been serving with the 3rd the, bee industry. T1115 13 quite . . important {to orchardists. It was Battalion of the First U. S. Mar . . ines in the DaNang area since he the subject Of a lot 0f Jokes’ es“Ewent to Vietnam has also been peelanyedafi Delegate Queen co" I given the job of platoon radioman 390m” ‘ ' [with the 12th. platoon of Kilo Tuesday I, along with abouticom : pany. About two months ago fifteen or twenty Senators andhe was injured while on night Delegates, was a guest for lunch . . . patrol and had to be hospitalized ‘I‘wgghfieggx‘feggg; flgtggeMg%?§f for a time, but has since returned ‘ . , . .‘ , to combat duty. nors Mansion before and it 15 “Steve,” as he is km by his amtgiegn‘igggsseisg‘wing“; young friends in the county, was than outside with the exception 1gp??? flmmd Shephergstgm; .. 1g coo an wasasuen of the magnificent doorknocker at Shepherd College when he an. listed in the Marines in February 1968. He took his basic training; at Paris Island and Camp Le' Jeune, S. C., and then was shipp- ed to Vietnam in August 1968. His address is L/Cpl Steve B. Rentch, 2439508, USMC, 3rd BN, First Marines, Kilo Company, Platoon, FPO, San Francisco, Calif, 96602. New Policy Is Sel'By Chestnut Hill Cemetery Association For Lots _ , _ , , Announcement was made this Jusiz wmte your lnmals In the week, that a new policy effective monogram box and Send In the , immediately has been set for lots and universities and the present Board of Education to supervise Brass. Wednesday night the AFL CIO legislative dinner was held, which all legislators attended. Governor Moore was one of the speakers and exchanged a good deal of banter with the union officials who had supported J 1m Sprouse (who was also there.) MARCH MONEYGRAMS Make sure your MONEYGRAM coupon is in for March. All the old MONEYGRAM cou- pons have been discarded and all the March winners will be drawn, from NEW coupons. To make itl easy to enter, a MONEYGRAM coupon now‘ appears every day- ,COU‘POD- That's all there 1N0 it. E‘and burial in the United Methocl I ‘« hvered to 2 er today. I a M. SMITH Every week. in the Saturday dist Chestnut Hill Cemetery As- ,PostaGazette . Six wmnmg mono isocjafion grams are printed. T0!) Winner” Acc0rding to C. NewtonHaek, , receives $50 — and there are $25 president 0 fthe Cemetery Assoc- prizes, as well as $10 and 95 awards. The more coupons you send in. the better your chances. So, it pays to have the Posthazette de- your home. , For borne delivery contact your local newspaperboy or deal- iation and John R. Donner, chair man of the trustees. all members their gravesight free providing they pick out their site by June 1, 1969. Strict records will be kept on each person. The lots will vary from one graveight to eight which will make up an entire lot. There will be no funeral conducted in the cemetery, nor commital at the graveside unless conducted by a United Methodist minister. Any visiting Methodist minister must be approved by the present resid- ing pastor of the Chestnut Hill church. Non-Methodist musical groups can not funerals in the cemetery unless given permission. The new policy also stipulates that as of March 1, only flat head stones will be permitted to be installed in the graveyard. Officers of the cemetery assoc iation in addition to Hawk and Donner, are; C. Humphrey Wilt, trustee—at-Iarge’; the Rev. Robert C. Woodward, the minister of the church; and Jean Dunner, chairman of the finance comm- ittee. ‘ I It was pointed out that since this cemetery is strictly a family church graveyard, it is necessary to operate under rigid rules and regulations. 180 Charles Town our» cuuncn sunny for All Your Form Supply Nude .Ctu or Vic-it Us SMITH!“ suns MIAMI: TOWN cumulus MI. \‘lut Vlrglnh 51.1mm: Named To Honor "Roll rles T0wn High School came through the first semester of the 1968-69 school «term with a schol astic average of “B” or better and were named to the school honor roll. The Senior class led the list with 68, while there were 54 jun lore and from each of the sophomore and freshmen classes. Fifteen seniors made the All A honor mil, another19 from. the Junior Class made it as did nine from the sophomore clubs and three from the freshmdn class. Those named to the coveted list were: SENIORS ‘ . DELIVERIES We’re alviays on call to keep you supplied with top heating oil. . soy, James Fleagle,’ Pam Hoff- Robert Liskey, Donna VMartiu, Michae; Mays; Nancy Parkinson, Paula ‘Propps, Debbie Rinaldi, Charlotte Rowe, Elizabeth Sny‘ der, Peggy Taylor and Suzie Ward “B” honor roll- Craig A‘bsbire. Lois Athey. Cleveland Bell, Katie Blackford, , Jackie Bush, Olage‘ne Bush, David Bussey, Cindy Cain, DISTRIBUTOR ! Dial 725-2215 RANSDN, w. VA. my Carper, Beverly Carroll. Lin- and constituences will be allowed , participate“ in I High Students Are i A total of 180 students at Cha—y ‘ All-A honor roll Laure Doro, : man, Diane Kratz, Pam, Liles, , Robbie Cain, Alice Carper. Sam~ da Deeds, Steve Dorsey, Preston Billy Thompson, Van Watson, and Ellis, Maureen Finnegan, Sharon Judy Wilt. grazier,JDennis Gayéhart, James reen, r., Joseph reen, Kath, ryn Henshaw, Elma Jackson,;crEdiIn Nick Kercheval, Carol LaRue‘; Barbara Lanham, Loretta Leight Diane Lloyd, Jeannie Mason, William McWatters, Donnie Miller, Marvin Myers, Danny Nichols, Jeff O’Bannon, John O’ Brien, Debbie Parker, Donna Parker, Molly Ramkey, Judith Ann Reagan, Denise Reiter, Jeff Rhodes, John Robinson, Chris Sagle, Kathy Sagle, Jerry M. Sal- sano, Martha Seibert, Ellis Stau‘bs Earl Viands, Becky Vickers, Nan- cy Vorous, Ralph Whitmore, Fred Whittington, Jonathan Whitting— ton, Sandy Wiley. JUNIORS All~A Honor roll B. J. Allara, Brent Anders, Carol Benton, Jody Butler, Sam Byrer, Dory Cesarini Anne Coyle, Rusty Heare, Lyle Hoffman, Selma Jones, Dottie .Lloyd, Debbie Merchant, Sharon Miller, Cindy Payne, Carol Ram- key, Kim Reid, Rick Riley, Karla Robinson and Mac Willingham. “B” honor roll - Nancy Alex- ander, Laura Allen, Karen Baker Katy Bowman, Noma Braithwaite Barbara Bratina, Bruce Carroll, Barbara Carter, Jeff Clark, Bill Clem, Brenda Crosen, Doug Dav- is, Paula Dawson, Debbie Fellers Pat French, William W. Grant- ham, Robert Gruber, Joyce Harris Linda Ingram, Patsy Jenkins, Mike Jones, Bill Keyser, Shelvy Linton, Mary Anne Lunsford, Paula Propst, Ella Reggi, Jess Reed, Libby Ring, Anne Seal, Steve Smith, Pat Srpalding, Patty Spiker, Robert Tabb, Diane Wal- ters, Mary Watson. SOUHOMORES “A” Honor Roll George Brown Barbara Bussey, Debby Deeds, Pamela Hardman, Jeff Harris, Elizabeth Perry, Kristin Ramkey, Kathy Sims, and Eric Waggy. r “B” Honor Roll Kay Bryant, Mark Dailey, Kathryn DeHaven, Pete Hills, Vicky Howell,~Ellie Jackson, Carolyn Jenkins, The- resa Kelly, Sharon Liles, Marshall McCormick, Bruce Moler, Joyce Ott, Chipper Owens, Tim Ridge- way, Rebecca Rogers, Diane Sny- der, Calvin Stokes, Judy Walker, Donnie White and Ruthanne Wilt. FRESHMEN . “A” Honor Roll Michael Clay, Justin Lindholm, and Anita Walker. “ Honor Roll - George And- “rson, Pat Bradley, Lois Brum- ,ack, Lisa Cain, Martha Coffin, Beverly Custer, Julie Dorf, David Dorsey, Sandra Emmert, Chrystal Esses, Alice Hayes, Don Hough, Martha Lutfkin, Debbie Martin, Sharon Miller, Jeral Milton, Judy oler, Dean Nichols, Valerie ens, Mary Beth Printz, Teresa apps, Jerry Rhodes, Susan Tabb x vy- oz- -..«~ v- .v «-1- 4. PUBLIC SALE Having rented our farmand discontinuing farming, we will sell our machinery ’and tools, etc. on premises of our farm 10- cated along Marker Road in Locust Valley, 5 ml. SW of Middle- town in Frederick County, Maryland on: FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1969 At 10:30 A. M. , TO-WIT: i MACHINERY, ETC: International 806 Diesel tractor with 2,600 hours use, very good condition; Model 550 International trlp~back 16" plows with new bottoms; International No. 55 '} chisel plow; International No. 455 com planter 4 row, with liquid and dry fertilizer attachments. , John Deere Model 60 gas tractor with LPTO; John Deere -2 Model MT tractor with cultiv'ators; Model 227 JD mounted corn ' picker; JD 15x7 disc rubber tire dn‘ll with liquid and dry ferti- . lizer attachments; 2 sets tractor chains; 12x38 and ,11x28; John Deere 40 disc barrow; JD 3 section lever barrow; JD lime or fertilizer sower; No. 9 JD hydraulic control mower; JD hay a conditioner; JD No. 15 Frail chopper; No. 34 JD manure spread- , er, new; No. 45 JD manure loader; JD hydraulic cylinder; 2 JD ' elevators, 40 and 32 feet for hay and grain; 2 junk JD manure Spreaders; 110 JD self unloading wagon; 112 JD self unloading , , wagon, all good condition. j New Holland No. 69 baler with bale thrower; NH table ensi- . lage blower with pipe; NH No. 56 side hay rake; .NH No. 616 field chopper with corn and grass heads and pick-up attach- ment; 3 Grove bale thrower wagons, two heavy duty; 2 ton l metal dump trailer; 2 wheel utility trailer; portable 28 ft.; utility elevator; Papec ensilage cutter and pipes; Bullion row cultipacker; Home made wooden feed racks; grain augur with motor. 4 DeLavaI milker units; 2 extra pails; 10 gal. milk cans; can rack; 2 sets electric clippers; 2 electric fly Sprayers; wash up 7 tanks; feed carts; wheelbarrow; dairy coolers with motors and. I’ , compressors; Jamesway drinking cups; pipe lines; stall cocks; stanchions; stable equipment; oil drums; electric fencers; metal fence posts; chain hoist; fence stretchers‘; log chains and grabs; 2 bay forks; saddles; cutter sleigh; hitchings; wagon tongues; ‘ barshear plows; DB hammermill; 2 sets 16 ft. new wagon a beams; set 14 ft. wagon beams; platform scales; sausage stuffer and grinder; scrapers; ladies; kettle; metal tubs used set bath- room fixtures; gasvpumps; bag wagon; platform scales; hy- draulic jack; ,Disston man chain saw; 8 ft. wooden drag; Horney welding outfit; R. R. cross ties; used lumber; used , locust posts; 135 new sawed locust posts; house shutters; lawn J gates; homemade hinges; anvil; forge; vise; (old blacksmith ' bellows); blacksmith tongs; hammers; grain cradle; electric fencers; hand tools; lot old iron; wood saw; Ford pulley; de- 4 homers; electric motors. 1 1950 Chevrolet pick-up with stock racks, good rubber, good ‘ condition. V HOUSEHOLDETC; Gas and Wood combination range; 2 old 1‘ ,Heatrolas; studio couch; pictures; 75 old. piano rolls; chairs; tables; stands; 2 chests of draWers; high chair; beds; rockers; cracks; jars ; many other items not listed. Baled alfalfa, and mixed hay. not used by sale time, and ‘ ‘7 other items. Mr. & Mrs. M. Richard Beachley Middletown. Md. Phone 371-7705 The annua] Conference of Pro- duction Credit Association and Federal Land Bank Association Managers and Directors was held in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., on February 14, according to Julian A. Everly, Manager of the Winchester associations. The Con ference, sponsored by the Fed- eral Land Bank of Baltimore and the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of Baltimore attracted agri— cultural leaders from 69 farmer owned FIJBAS and PCAs in Vir- ginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Pue« rto Rico. Attending the conference from the Winchester associations were Julian A. Everly, John 0. Hard- esty, G. Louis Stickley, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. SWecker, Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. C. Maurice Lewis, Mr and Mrs. Rowland B. Fisher. Special Reductions On First Month Purchase Food Stamps To End . Food Stamps can be purchased at the Jefferson County Food Stamp Office from March 3, 1969 through March 20, 1969. Issuance will be daily from 8:30 A. M. to 4:00 P. M. Monday through Fri- day, and the office will remain open 12:00 noon to 1:00 P. M. the first week for the purpose of issu ing stamps. Since April, 1968, those fam- ilies which sign up for the Food Stamp Program have been paying one-half the normal amount the first month in which the stamps are purchased. However, April 1969 will be the last month that stamps can be purchased for one- balf price, and families will have to apply in March 1969 to take advantage of this special reduct- ion. Those persons interested and able may apply for the Food Stamps and/or Pharmacy Pro- gram at the Food Stamp Office. Applications can also be taken in the home if persons are physically unable to travel to the office or if transportation cannot be found. Office hours are from 8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Monday through Friday. A worker is available to supply additional information, or call 725-9532. -..v-,. o‘,v,o’w,io‘-¢v ,Q‘A',.'v",v’,“~--o a" .-..,.-I,.«-,..--.V ._.-...,..--- . g runner n. nowws. v A. DOTY REMSBURG - Auctioneers MR. & nos. MERHLE N. waczmsn Clerks , Lunch by Christe dc nine Class of Mlddletown ; Christ Reformed Church ,2 Feb. 2o2e THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1969 No. of Ranson, will hold a lrummage sale Friday, Feb. 28, Meet In Mlite Sulphur 5mm 5:3" M “W Pm. and . kettle. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER’S ADVOCA V Saturday, March 1, fronl until 12 noon in the bu - merly occupied in the ton Shopping Center Knick Knack Shop. TO HOLD BJJMMAGE SALE Members of Girl Scout Troop Closing Out Sal’ Discontinuing farming I will sell the following located Northeast of Martinsburg, W. Va., 6 miles Northwest, ‘herdstown, W. Va., in the Greensburg section. Tum, Hilltop on Route No. 45. Follow signs. FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1969 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. 20—HEAD DAIRY CATTLE—20 Holstein Cows, will freshen by Sale day. 11 Holstein Cows, full flow milk and milking. Holstein Heifers, bred, Will freshen in April. 1d 1 Ayshire Heifer, wile freshen in April. 1st calf- 1 Hereford Heifer, will freshen in April. lst calf.“ , 2 Holstein Heifers, open, 15 months of age. 1 Black White face Bull, 2 year’s old. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 4-can milk cooler; 2 units Universal milkers with mom; and pipeline; 14 10-gal. milk cans; buckets; HOGS 4 hogs, 250-lb. each; 2 brood sows will fan-ow in 59"“ Duroc male hog. j FARM MACHINERY . -» Farmall “A” tractor with plow and cultivator; Fergus” tractor with 2 12inch plows; Minneapolis Moline tract“ Deering grain drill; McDeering 7-ft. disc barrow, 11“ New Holland hay baler; McDeerlng side delivery r81“; 7-ft. mower; Case rubber tire wagon; farm trailer; M , chain saw, like new; horse rake; Oliver corn picker; binc, 6-ft. P.T.O.; McDeerlng manure spreader; spring barrow; land drag; McDeering corn planter; Burr feed corn meal grinder; seed sowar; single shovel plow; shovel plow; barshear plow; 150-ga1. gas tank; steel pump jack; watering troughs; wheelbarrow; some equipment, grindstone; 2 sets platform scales; forks, rakes, tools and other articles. Butchering Equipment & Blacksmith Tools 4.lron pots; scalding tank; lard press; sausage grind“; hooks; scrapers, etc. Full line of Blacksmith tools; anvil, forge, vise, drill 1953 International %~ton truck with stock racks and tail gate; 944011 chain hoist. in} 0] 1g. FEED , 400 bu. com; 300 bu. barley; 50 bu. oats; 50 bu. who“); bales straw. (G004, Bright Straw);~and hay left by sal°*-~ HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 2 churns; butter print; piano; HomegComfort cook W household furniture. Ladies’ of the Greensburg Church will Serve TERMS—CASH. Nothing removed until settled ’ Mr. & Mrs. James Ft , 1 ’Not Responsible For;,Accidents. Auctioned“: WOW HORNER Clerks - HENSEIL & MORELAND Having sold my farm, (Pleasant View), I will sell the ing Livestock and Farm Machinery, located 5 miles 50 of Charles Town, W. Va., 3 miles South of Route Kabletown Road: SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1969 10:00 A. M. loo-HEAD DAIRY CATTLE—109 70 Holstein cows full flow and milking; 13 Holstein freshen March, April and May; Guernsey cow, SP Holstein heifers, bred and springers (lst calf); heifers, (open), 18 month’s old; 7 Holstein heifers, Holstein bulb-6 mos. old. ‘ All Cattle T. B. and Bangs Tested 30 days priOr ‘0 dlvldual health certificates will be given. *' TUESDAI,MARCITI1, 1969 , 10 :00 A. M. FARM MACHINERY McFarmall 460 diesel tractor, power steering and McFarmall 450 diesel tractor; Farmall Super M it No. 31 loader and blade; Formall M tractor; M0111 303 combine, No. 22 com head And 12’ cutter bar, PQ’ ” ing, full vision venilated cab; N. H. hayliner; 269 I‘ thrower; N. H. 818 field harvester with 7' head; ‘ No. 40 blower with 50’ of pipe, PTO or belt; M 455 4-rOW corn planter with fertilizer attach; J. D. ‘ 17-7 drill; J. D. 40’ conveyor; J. D. 12’ barrow; 2 ‘ barrows; Cunningham hay conditioner; N. H. side, ~‘ hog; 2 No. 311 Ms 3-14” bottom "plexus (fast hitclgil’c, disc plow; Front blade (fast hitch); Danuser posh" g, 2 N. H. No. 331 manure Spreaders; Int. mOWeYTMc 2 M H corn picker; 2 cum-packers; 2 N. H. wa 3:3. silage bed and unloader; Int. wagon with ensilag 'b and, -‘ loader; Clark field sprayer; rubber tired wagon; 28’1 y, 2 Cultivators, H or M; wood saw; 2 wagon beds (on? If : way silo unloader; 1,000-ga1. water tank with pimp my '3 sets of tractor chains; wheelbarrow; Forney welder; 3 hog feeders; 2 feed carts; 3 water troughs, “ icon wire; scalding tank; 5 butcher kettles; lard P grinder; metal posts; laddersf30 milk cans; W1” anvil; vise; drill press; log chains; forks; " motors; Rheern 52350. water heater; double sink; I . mucus—1962 rooo Ford with gram amicable F250 Ford pickup. l‘ . HOUSEHOLD Goons 6pc. walnut bedroom suite; 3-pc. living room 5‘? form rockers; fireplace set; Kelvinutor deep f electric range; Refrigerator electric range; 7~P¢-~ oak hall rack; wardrobe; kitchen cabinet; single‘ tables; lamps; curtains; linens; 2 9x12 Brussel 1113’ 12x15 rug and other articles not mentioned. TERMS—CASH: Nothing to be removed unfit} Miller - Morrow - Bowlus Orndorff — Aux:th MOW - Farr «'— Cleats GEORGE W. , Lunch Rights Reserved, Not Responsible For Promised “:3- , 3