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Charles Town, West Virginia
March 5, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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March 5, 1959

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~UICK CASH LOANS--ALL SEASONS- ALL GOOD REASONS formerally of Brunswick, Md. but 4 o'clock p. m. when graves[de ser Office of the Circuit Court of Jeff- 0~ W. Va. they have spent the ~ast two years Vices were held at St. Peters Cem- OF DISSOLUTION in Texas where ~he former has etery in Bolivar. --OF-- Ibeen stationed. He is ~n the U.S. Mr. C. R. Young is stall confined Service and will leave for England ,to his home in Bolivar due to ill- RANSON MANUFACTUR- the latter part of March. A month ness but is stead[ally improving. ING COMPANY, INC. later his wife and 'children will His many friends ~hope +he will My Farm and Discontinuing. Farming, I premises located about 3-miles South of 3-miles North of Jefferson, along Old Mid- macadam road, in Frederick County, join him. They will go by a U. S. soon be out again. IArmy plane from Washington, D. Mr. Benjamin. Morgan has re- Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Chapter 31, Article 1, Section C. Mr. John Mills of Brunswick, turned home from Charles Town 80, Code of West Virginia, Chat by General Hospital where he un- ]res~lutin approved by ~the holders derwent treatment ~nd ~bservat- of more ~han 60% of .the ca+pital ion. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Wilt, stock en irtled ,to vote of ,the un- Mrs. Howard Wilt Miss Lorraine dersigned corporatAon, at ~a me.- Wilt and Mrs. A1 HooFer attend- .ing regularly and lanvfully called ed The Home Show in Washing- and held on ,the 12th day of Dec- ,ton, D. C. on last Sunday. Mr. ~nd ember, 1958, ample provision hay- Mrs. Wm. Spickler and three sons ing been made ~or the payment of Y, MARCH 10, 1959 AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. TO-WIT: Chalmers Model WC Tractor, Model C Tractor with cultivators, single bot- Plow, 6-ft. mower and corn planter attach- side delivery PTO hay rake. single row corn picker, New Holland Model 75 24-ft, elevator, McCormick-Deering Model 200 Little Genius plows 12", John Deere plows, McC-Deering disc harrow, Superior Fox ensilage cutter and pipes; 2 2 rubber tire wagons, Dellinger feed mixer. type field sprayer, stone sled, tractor grass ~th harrow, 2-wheel farm trailer, S- tractor chains, rubber tire wheelbarrow, Sheller, bag truck, block and tackle, log chains, small tools, 2-horse wagon, good wheels. Milkers, pump~- and motor, wash-up tank, milk ea~m,=~et~, (Dairy Herd was sold kettles, sausage stuffer and grinder, 2 electric 2 wooden tubs, old wooden churn, chicken Alfalfa Hay, 25 Tons Orchard Grass and Also Ensilage in Silo. HOUSEHOLD GOODS iron bed and springs, blanket chest, Vanity bedroom chair. 2 cane seat chairs, 2 stands, couch in good condition, rockers, 6-ft. ex- new kitchen chairs, lamps, mirrors, pictures. rugs, potted plants, ferns, flower pote, ~ars, large stone jars, cooking utensils, some ~Ome Comfort White Enamel Kitchen Range, ~lano and Rolls, playing condition; antique table, DuoTherm oil space heater and other s and articles too numerous to list. on Day of Sale. J. HOWARD SCHROYER BOWLUS, Auctioneer. WACHTER, Clerk. Be Served. ' , were visiting in t~he Capitol City and also saw the Home Show. Deferred From Last Week The writer noted with regret that a mistake had +been made in the Scout i,tem in last weeks col- umn, regarding the attendance of ~hereto after paying al,1 debts and Scouts on a weekend outing The *liabilities. All persons, firms and writer had correctly stated that corporations which may be affec- the a, ttendance was "100 per cent" ted by such dissolution are hereby but it was published .as "11 per notified o take such aotlon as cent" ,and it .was mentioned to the l may be proper. Scout Master by several People. I RANSON MANUFACTURING (Thanks) | COMPANY, INC. Mr. Ernest C. Littleton of At-I By: Samnel ~tein lanta, Ga., son of Mrs. J. W. Rams i President dill of Bolivar is recovering s~tis- ATTEST: factorily from a recent i']Iness. He Mollie Stein has returned ,to his du,ties as " Secretary sistant Chairman of the Southern March 5-2T- Passenger Association in A,t]anta. Ronnie Lemon. 13-year-old son Order of Publication. of Mr and Mrs. Howard Lemon is erson County, West Virginia, on Monday, the 2nd day o[ March, 1959 Alice S. Leps, Plaintiff VERSUS: In C~hancery George E. Leps, Defendant OBJECT OF SUIT + The object of ,the above suit in chancery is .to obtain a divorce a Vinculo Matrimonli and +the cus- tody of t'he in,f ant child of the par ies. ~t appearing, on affidavit filed in this suit, that the Defendant, George E. Leps, is a non-resident ~): the State of West Virginia, he hereby required to appear with in One Month after ~he date of the first publication of this order, and do what is necessary to pro-'s, interest in this matter. It is ordered that a copy of this or- der be forthwith published once a week for three consecutive weeks in SpirLt of Jefferson-Farmers Ad- vocate, a newspaper printed in the t~wn of Charles Town in said Jefferson County and of general circulation in the County of Jeff- erson.- W. M, JONES Clerk of the Circuit Court John C. Skinner.....P.Q. March 5-3T- Order of Publication. THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: AT RULES held in ~he Clerk's out of school this week, after min- or surgery in .Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital over ,the weekend Mr. and Mrs. William SchafferI of Kensington, Md. were recent office of .the Circui,t Cou~t of Jeff- visi~tors ,at .the home of Mrs. J. W. erson County March 2nd. 1959 Ramsdill. Henry E. Sandridge, plaintiff Morris Kain Jr. left on last Fri day for eleven weeks Ltraining at the Lakeland Air Force Base in Texas He is a member of ,the Air Force National Guards Miss Nell K. Murphy of Pitts- burg, Pc. spent the weekend at ~the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reno Eaton. Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Putts of Towson, Md. were recen,t visl- tors ~t the Eaton home also. Several youngsters in Bolivar have been :parading '+the town car- r:~ing "fire arms" and shooting all .the birds ,they possibly can. We of the older generation don't like to see .this preferring to see young sters kind to animals and birds Wc feel sure ,that these boys will realize ~hat +these birds have a to live. A Higher Power then ours furnished food .for ,them dur- ing the winter months and why not ~let them enjoy ~hei,r life in i~er own way. (Thank.~ boys). Office of the Circuit Court of Jeff- THE STATE'-~ WEST VIR- erson Coun.ty, West Virginia, on GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: ~/larch 1959, At RULES held in ~the Clerk's Karlin Bradley, pl~tln, tiff VS Carrie Fern San,dridge, defendant OBJECT OF SUIT To ~btain a divorce from the bonds of matri,mony. It appearing, on affidavi~t filed in this suit, that ,the Defendant Carrie Fern Sandridge ~s ,a non- residen~ of ,fihe State of West Vir- ginia she is hereby required to ap pear within One Month after the d~te of ~the ,first publication of +this order and do what ]s neces- sary to protect ,her in.terest in ~tbis matter. It is ordered that a copy of this order be ~orthwi,th publish ed once a week .for three consecu- ire weeks in Spiri.t of Jefferson Mar~ 5-3T- VS Thomas Max Bradley, de~fendant The object of the above entitled sui,t is for ~he plaintiff, Karlln Bradley, ,to obtain a divorce a cln culo m~trimonii Irom ~he defend- :ant, Thomas Max Bradley ~t ~ppearing, on affid.avit filed in ~his sul%, that the Defendant, Thomas Max Bradley is u non- resident of the State of West Vir- ginia .and he Is hereby required ,to ~ppear within One Mon,th af,t~r ~he date of ~he fir~ ~)ublica+tion of this order and do wh~t is ne- cessary to protect his interests in this .matter. I.t is ordered that a copy of this order be for~hwi~th published once a week for three ,consecutive weeks in Spirit of Jeff erson-~armers Advocate, a news- oaper printed in ,the ~own of Charles Town in the County of Jefferson. W. M. JONES Clerk o[ the Circuit Court James M. Mason, 3d,,.P.Q. 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