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who smile more friends who frown. The Kabletown Church Memorial Fund has received gifts in memory of Dr. H. B. Langdon, from Mrs. Jessie Clipp, Mrs. Clarence Smallwood, Mrs. Mary Zombro, Mrs. Elsie Grey, Mr. Mervin Roderick and family and Mrs. Oral Hughes. Miss Hebe Clipp returned home Friday after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital for a series of L To All Of The People known and visited Tony's and Drive-ln in Ranson, my wife and myself want to express our to each one of you for your fine dealing with us. You made it ; to be in business here for some 20 been a real pleasure for us to You -with the BEST Pizzas in town, Our Subs and Space Subs.. We have to Mr. and Mrs. Chas L. hope that you will give them the which you have given us. Mr. emd Mrs. Tony Chicchirldd COMPLETE DISPERSAL Herd & Farm Machinery AUCTION. March 1 lth S QtUrday, 10:30 a.m. 41al R. F. Hill, Ill, Berry Hill Farm, Orange, Ya. ! Iff,l 7" 130 Cow Milking Herd; 47 Bred Heifers - 30 1 / i'22 Jerseys, bred for Summer and Fall Freshenin Ireee Curre . g; .. , ,uu Holsteins; II,773m 4 4 percent 523f, 30 X0O'4titm.,,,. .Hete" "Mueller Bulk Tank w-dual, compressors .M0'l_ading Wagons, Gehl 99 Hi-Throw Blower, # llay Ba' per, J.D. 4-row Corn Planter w-fert, boxes, s s]'S:Wr'thrower ' Bush Hog, Chisel Plows, Gehl ker ,-.,i r, Rake, Cultivator, Harrow, Ha bine, , ur,l, and m Y any more items ' "c'l..llm,. For Detailed Brochure Contact Itl0J*mlII'3oAUCTION & REALTY CO., INC. "UBLIC SALE on Oak Orchard Read miles of! ll;la"._. Liberty and New Windsor, in Carroll ll 'tand. tU|SOA y, MARCH 14 . 10:00 A.M. ACItlNERy HAY-STRAW-SILAGE HEIFERS TRACTORS with wide front (gas) 1469 self-propelled Haybine, Ferg. '3 pt.' MF No. 10 Baier with high sides, Harvey 25 ft. hay and conditioner. 16" mounted Ferg. trip back 10 ft. Ferg. chisel plow, 16 ft. Brillion 12 ft. Brillion cultipacker, 10 4-1"ow MH cultivator, 4-row tSx7 Int. grain drill, 12 bu. NI 2-row corn head, 13 ft. with grass pick up and 2-row corn wagon, GeM blower, 2 silo t Band and Hesston Stack Mover, and feed tank manure spreader, end gate, 150 gal. tank mounted wood saw, dirt scoop, digger, 16'8" grain Red off trailer, loader for grass stied sower, platform and 30 ft. grain moisture tester, 3 h.p. dump and grain grain bin. plow, basket sleigh, some 100 Creosote posts,' 50 locust three 3-stall calf starting Wilson tank with compressor, 285. 7-gal. and 5-gal, milk cans, and shells, Stewart cow at sale time. in the summer; 10 checked. sires including Jet Stream; and Merry King. The dams were available. tent. hinery, dairy equipment, feed, TRAVELLERS REST FARM, INC. James S. Ensor Route 2, New Windsor, Md. March 2.1t tests since Tuesday. John N. Andrews, Ill, of Rock- ville, Md., has been visiting his grandmother, Mrs. John N. Andrews. He recently has been accepted in the Fmstburg State College, Frostburg, Md., and will enroll this fall. Mr. Homer Kees of Gerard- stown, was a visitor Wednesday of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. George David Boyer, who is convalescing at his brother's home following eye surgery, was a dinner guest of Mrs. SmaUwood on Sunday. Mr. Eddie Ware of Quaker Town, Pa., was an overnight visitor Friday at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Wnodbyrne Farm. He had at- tended a business meeting at Beltsville, Md., previously. Mrs. Burwell Ware has returned home after a vacation visiting relatives in McLean, Md., Clifton Forge, Va., and in' Florida, where she and her sister Vera, visited their brother, Mr. Donovan. Here they enjoyed themselves' especially the 70 degree temperature. The Rev. Joanne Alexander announces there will be an Administrative Board meeting of the Kabletown U.M. Church officials on Sunday afternoon, March 12, at 2:30. The Rev. Mary Ann Kvapil, of the Shenandale Charge, will exchange pulpits with our minister, the Rev. Alexander on Sunday, March 5th. An in- vitation is extended to all to attend these services. Mrs. Charles McDonald Superintendnet of the local church school, accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd Hershman and daughter Linda, attended on Saturday the Teacher Training Workshop for Workers with Children, which was held in the New Street U.M. Church, Shepherdstown. Ms. Florence Thompson and Ms." Carolyn Ganse, from the Baltimore Conference Council on Ministries for Children, and directors of Christian Education, were the guest speakers. Our representatives greatly enjoyed the meeting and gained much knowledge which they hope to initiate in their work in the near future. Mrs. Robert White has been indisposed with the flu. The three Pipes girls, Vickie, Sandra and Donna, have been confined to their homes also with the flu. Charge-wide Lenten Bible study for Sunday, March 5, at 7 p.m., at Oakland Church, will he "Jesus' Last Days and Crucifixion", Chapters 20-24. Mrs. Charles McDonald, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. C. F. Wall, visited the former's aunt, Mrs. Harry Benjamin, who is a patient in the Leesburg Hospital following a stroke. Mrs. Benjamin is the last surviving member of the William Alexander Heskett family and is in her 83rd year. Enroute to their homes later in the afternoon, they stopped at the home of Mrs. Benjamin's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Conard, Round Hill, Va. Mr. Ramon Alvarez, Min- neapolis, Minn., was a weekend guest of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Alvarez. Saturday evening, their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. MIL-JOY PRODUCTION SALE At the farm located 5 miles south of Lenhartsville, just off Route 134, in Berks County, Pa. MONDAY, MARCH 6, 11.'OOA. M. 126 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN COWS " 100 REGISTERED .-- 26 GRADES All Salable Cows in the Herd will be offered except those owned by the Miller Children. A number will be paired. SELLING: Daughters of some of the breed's top sires and many that are bred to outstanding A.I. bulls. Four daughters of Elevation -- all are milking with first calf and all are bred to Hillhaven Standout Job: One already has over Lg,000M and is still going strong. Two daughters of Whirlhill Kingpin, one with 21,385M and 705; the other one has 15,398M 525F and making a better record now. Eight by Heatherstone Lucky Typeblazer that are a real milky group with records from 15,000 to over 20,000. Five by Tidy Burke Transmitter including one over 22,000 and 778F. Many by a number of outstanding bulls that have been used naturally in the herd including 20 by Kerchenhill Lunar, who is by Apollo and a maternal and % brother to the famous Miss Scranton. This is a fine group of young cows. An excellent place to select young, sound, profitable cows, both registered and grade, that are carrying valuable calves. The herd is now bred A! to Elevation, Job, Astronaut, Betty Chief and Jet Stream. Sale in Tent Terms: Cash Lunch AvailAble Catalogs on request Plan to spend March 6th at Mil-Joy Farm-- the home of the Pennsylvania Dairy Princess, Sandy Miller! A. DOTY REMSBURG, Auctioneer and Sale Mgr. Norman D. Hill, Associate Jefferson, Md. ERNEST O. MILLER Route 2 Hamburg, Pa. March 2-1t PUBLIC SALE OF EXCELLENT FARM MACHINERY On the farm located just off the Old New Windsor Pike on Greenwood Church Read 2% miles from New Windsor, in Carroll County, Maryland. WEDNESDAY; MARCH 8 1L.OO A. M. 3 TRACTORS MF 1105 DIESEL WITH CAB USED LESS THAN 200 HOURS MF 1080 DIESEL MF 165 DIESEL Having Equipment MF No. 71 side mounted mower, Int. No. 15 side delivery rake, MF No. 81 hay tedder, MF No. 12 haler with thrower, 2 wagons with high sides, one fiat bed wagon, hay elevator. Silage Equipment GeM CB600 forage harvester with double 30" row corn head and pick up attachments, two MF 23 self unloading forage wagons, Gehl FB forage blower. Planting & Tilling MF 82 five-bottom springtrip plow, MF 112 four.bottom springtrip plow, MF No. 129 10 ft. chisel plow, 12 ft. cultimuncher, heavy Case disc harrow, four-section lever harrow, Case roller harrow, six-row MF No. 46 corn planter, six-row MF 146 cultivator, Van Brundt 13 disc grain drill. OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Century. field sprayer with 200 gal. tank, NH No. 365 tank manure spreader, MF 246 loader, JD No. 30 combine with grain tank, Dearborn dirt scoop, post hole digger, 2 wheel trailer. ALSO SELLING: 12,000 watt Generator and a 1971% ton Ford pick up truck. Other miscellaneous small items foun on a modern dai farm. Terms: Cash Lunch Available A. DOTY REMSBURG, Auctioneer NORMAN, D. HILL, Associate Jefferson, Maryland WILLIAM H. NEVIUS, III 301473-8214 Route 2 New Windsor, Maryland March 2-1t 501-635-2385 Manuel Alvarez and daughter Becky, were dinner guests. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Dr. V. J. Brown, Jr., was surprised at being the guest of honor on Friday, Feb. 17, at a covered dish dinner party. V. J. recently attained his Phi3 in sociology from South Dakota State University. Twenty of his  friends donned formal attire and: met at the Steamboat Run home of Dr. and Mrs E. William Johnson to pay tribute to v.J., a professor at Shepherd College. V. J. was "roasted" as friends recalled infamous storeis of his past. A surprise mystery guest presented V. J. with a humorous trophy. Party participants in- cluded V. J.'s wife Gall, his brother Branson, Patty and Mike Kilpatrick, Patty and Mike Clauretie, Elena and Bob Willgoos, "Quincy" and Sally Adams, Charla and "Kit" Romano, Joni Wilson, Darryl "Frong" Ferguson, Chris Waldo, John Doyle, Janni and Greg Pleasant, and Lisa and Bill Johnson. The Shepherdstown Men's Club invited their wives and guests to a ladies night celebration on Wednesday, February 22. A turkey dinner was served by the Fire Department Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Margaret Moore and Mrs. Louise Long. Program Chairman, Mr. Bruce Begole, assisted by Mr. John Ganaway, introduced Mr. Harold Herman, director of the music theater curriculum at Shenandoah College and Conservatory in Winchester. The Music Theater Ensemble", composed of 8 seniors from the Conservatory, presented a one hour, two-act biographical review of the music of George Gershwin, entitled "By George". The Conservatory now grants a B.S. in Musical Theater and members and their guests felt privileged to hear such a professional per- formance. In his introductory i remarks, Men's Club President Aaron Browning, said that he had been unable to find any evidence that George Washington had ever visited Shepherdstown, even though he had spent much time in Jef- ferson County. Secretary Donald Patterson included the in teresting history of Old Town Restaurant in his minutes because the Club had met for dinner at Old Town earlier in February. The next meeting will he on Wednesday, March 8, at 7 p.m. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Mr. and Mrs. Phil Perks, Belvedere Heights, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue on Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. John Emert and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chrisman attended the State Evangelism Conference in Richmond on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Sisk celebrated her birthday on Sunday. Her daughter, Mrs. Dominic F. Valeri, Leetown Road, had a dinner for her with all her children and some grind- children present. Seven members of the Leetown U.M. Church, all teachers, along with Rev. Frum, attended the workshop at the New Street Methodist Church in Shepherdstown on Saturday. Marion Blue has been doing some repair work on the Nieel house he owm. He has installed storm windows and put in some insulation, re-wired the house and remodeled the bathroom. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Dilley will be living there very soon. Tim Bullock, Keys Ferry Road, spent Saturday night with his grandmother, Mrs. Ed Dunbar. Mrs. Millard Edwards and Lydia Starliper are on the sick list. LIVESTOCK SALES The quofatiom of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, February 27,1978. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good' demand for all butcher classes. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1578 WHATEVER KIND OF NEW CAR OU CHOOSE 15 WE CAN HELP YOU WITH THE FIN00 NCING COME IN AND ASK US FOR DETAILS W e Offer Lowest Financing Rate BANK ND TIUST COMPANY RANSON. WEST VIRGINIA 25438 304--725-7014 Good butcher steers, $38 to $40; plain to medium steers, $32 to $36.50; plain to medium heifers, $24 to $30; good bulls, $37 to $41.50; plain to medium bulls, $34 to $36.75 commercial cows, $31.50 to $34; utility cows, $23.50 to $31.25; canners and cutters, $23 to $29; cows by the head, up to $63S; stool(er and feeder steers, $35 to $43; stock and feeder heifers, $30 to $37. OUR DEPENDABLE SAPOLIN LATEX WALL PAINT SAVE $3.00 OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL $7.99 Choice to prime calves, $85 to j shoats per hundred, up to $50; $77.50; good butcher calves, $531 pigs per head, up to $28; bears, to $64; medium butcher clves,( up to $26. $40 to $52; thin calves, $39.75[ down; heavy calves, $28 to $38; J good lambs, to $60. / Good butcher hogs, $4 to $48.50; medium butcher hogs, $47 to $47.85; heavy butcl hogsAN0 to $46.50; butcher sows, $3,5 to $39; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $35 to $41; CARTER'S TAX PLAN President Carter, while calling for income tax reduc- tions, is asking Congress to take away deductions for state and local gasoline, sales and personal-property taxes and to reduce the allowance for medi- cal expenses. $ 99 GAL. SAPOLIN LATEX  SAPOLIN "FASHION LATEX   COLOR" SAVE $3.80 OFF  _t: SAVE 4.50 OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL e11.'/9 SUGGESTED RETAIL $14.49 SAPOLIN LATEX FLAT 'N SATIN Pastels Only SAVE $4.30 OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL $13,29 SAPOLIN iil ! LATEX CEILING ..x ! t1" WHITE s 99 -----m SAvE s4.0o OV SUGGESTED RETAIL $8.99 LATEX CEILING WHITE SAVE $3.80 OFF You canbe sum... SUGGESTED RETAIL *tO.T9 if SAPOLIN LATEX SMOOTH TEXTURE PAINT Wal}s & Ceilings $ 99 GAL' SAVE $2.00 OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL $8.99 Wontl Hint Pumpe TW,, r E,. WHITMORE LUMBER CO. 300 N.. Mildred St.-- Charles Town, W.Va. OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 30th 16th, 2$rd & Maroh 2nd