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March 9, 1961

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M. wenn( r an 1 La r co AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN,,, ner of Brunswick, Md., Mrs. Floyd Staubs and family of Har- ---- RP[ IS FERR AHD I OIlIF Mr Wenner and daughter of Middle- town, Md. and Miss Catherine i. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Frye of Lovettsville, Va. C. W. Shipley Wins Gun ~s--~er Mr. C. W. Shipley of Shepherds To Scouts e town, principal for many years of Lions Club of Harpers shown on a 50 mile canoe trip on Harpers Ferry Elementary school vas host to members and the Shenandoah River, taken dur- was the holder of the winning of Pack 49 Troop 28 and ing the summer of '58. The Lions number for the shot gun chanced 8, Harpers Ferry Boy Club sponsors the Boy Scouts and off by the Odd Fellows Lodge on on last Wednesday even- entertains them annually. Feb. 27. The finances derived -~annual affair was sched- The Lions have been sponsor- from this project are to help fi- r Feb. 8 but due to heavy ing their annual drive for funds nance sending a high school stu- Was postponed. A turkey to buy glasses for children who dent to visit the United Nations With all the trimmingsneed them but can't afford to buy and to tour New York City for a ed to Lions, Cubs, Scouts them. week. Virginia Lodge No. 1 wish- lorers in Camp ttilt Meth Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hampshire es to thank all of those who help- lurch. Messers Vickeryand family spent last Sunday ed with their generous support to ~thwaite, district Scout ex with relatives in Baltimore, Md. make this affair a success. and post advisor, respec- Dinner guests at the home of Prof. Sturm Author both of Martinsburg Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rutherford Of New Monograph Dr. Albert Sturm, former tea- and also other visi- on last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. cher at Harpers Ferry High School and now professor of Pol- iiical Science at West Virginia /// University is author of a new II t / for safety for added power can count on a safe wiring job with adequate to carry the full power load of all your appliances when we do the job for you. When it comes to electricity come to us! No job is too large or too small. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Phone 424 Charles Town, W. Va, g Dairying due to bad health and shortage of and also giving up another farm, I will sell the foi- l mile North of Martinsburg, on Eagle's Schoolhouse at Keller's Addition. Turn East off Route No. 11, at ,Bridge (Myrick's Grocery). Follow Signs, on FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1961 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCKA. M. 55 HEAD HOLSTEIN AND GUERNSEY DAIRY CATTLE IIolstein Cows, will be fresh by day of sale; 10 Holstein calves just sold off; 8 Holstein Cows, close springers; Cows, calves just sold off; 1 Ayrshire Cow, calf Sold off; 1 Ayrshire Cow, close springer; 7 Holstein Cows, flow of milk: 2 Guernsey Cows, full flow of milk; 2 Heifers) close springers; 5 Yearling Holstein Heifer~; Bulls, 2-years old; 1 Holstein Bull 1~ years old; Bulls, 1-year old. Cattle are all TB and Bangs Tested thirty days to sale. Health certificates will be given each indivi- animal day of sale. This is a fine herd of dairy cattle, of the attention of prospective ,buyers. F E ED Bushels Corn; 2000" Bales of Hay, Mixed H~y and 2 Units McCormick-Deering Milkers, also pUmp for LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED. |S:--CASH. Nothing removed until settled for. NELSON KELLER, OWNER. bWARD (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. WM. HENSELL, Clerk. a, rc,h 9 - lt. l~ock Oak Farm, formerly owned by Wm. E. BeaM, near Grove on Route 27 about 3 mi.'North of Rt. 240 from Ld 4 mi. S. of Dalnaseus between Damacus and Hen- Corner in Montgomery County, Maryland, on THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1961 ~EGINNING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON TO-WIT: " HEADHOLSTEIN MILK COWS and HEIFERS - 70 ~-Five are Milk Cows, some are pure bred but cannot and must be sold as grades. Twelve have been Jan. 1st or will be fresh by sale time and 5 will to freshen within 30 days' after sale; balance are late and early fall cows and in full milk. Cows are bred sire, or artificially bred. The whole herd is and 18 are in first l~ctation. [.A. records on all milk cows and last annual herd 10,580 los. of milk with 3.81% B.F. and 403 lbs. There ~re three dams with over 600 lbs. of B.F. with over 500 lbs. B.F. is T.B. and Bang's Accredited and Test will be run 30 days of sale. Holstein Heifers bred to freshen in fall. Heifers, breeding age, yearlings and calves and Vaccinated. Bull Calf from a dam of our herd with lb. milk and 646 pounds of fat. mt registered) and about 9 months old and from and 23,000 lb. of milk, 2 years old dam. purchased the farm and dairy herd from 1960, axtd will disperse the entire herd of grade remodel the barn, and restock from our all reg- Herd. on Day of Sale. LESLIE C. KING & SONS PHONE WAverly 6-2262 JI~RT R. BOWLUS, A,tetioneer. tt~" T. WILLIAMS, Clerk. ! LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. 9 - lt. monograph, entitled "Major Con- stitutional Issues in West Virgin- ia" according to the "Winter 1961" issues of "West Virginia Municipality" official quarterly of the West Virginia Municipality' official quarterly of the West Vir ginia League of Municipalities. The report emphasizes issues that are controversial regarding revis- ion of the West Virginia Constit- ution according to the quarterly Free copies may be obtaine( hrough the Bureau for Govern ment Research, West Virginia Ui iversity, Morgantown. While teaching in the local High School, Dr. Sturm lived at the home of Mrs. C. E. Dudrow. Jackson Street, Bolivar for quite some time. He married the for met Miss Virginia Butts of Har pers Ferry who was also a teach er in the local High School. Death of Lucy Green Miss Lucy Jane Green, 34, col ored of Washington, D. C. died there on Monday after a short illness. A native of Bolivar she was born on April 15, '26 and was a daughter of Stephen and Lucy Green of Union Street. She had lived in Washington for the past 18 years and was employed by the U. S. Post Office Department. Be sides her parents she is survived by three sisters, .Mrs. Marie Nap- per and Miss Victoria Green of Harper Ferry and Mrs. Agnes Twyman of Halltown and ~wo bro thers, Sgt. Edw. P. Green of Fort Jackson, S. C. and Stephen R. Green of Harpers Ferry and sev- eral neices and nephews. The body was brought from Washing ton to the local Eackles Funeral Chapel and services were held from there on Saturday afternoon from Zion Baptist Church with ~he Rev. Thomas Jackson officiat ng. Burial was made in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Bolivar. Four Goats Killed And Three Seriously Injured Messers Jack Loudan and Bill ;ponsler of Bolivar have been the owners of several goats for quite some time. They were kept in a scantily wooded section not far from the home of Mr. Spon- sler and not far from the new home of Mr. Loudan which is un- ler construction. On Thursday morning when Mr. Loudan went at" the usual time to feed his three goats he saw one baby goat two weeks old dead and the three full grown goats seriously injured, the four belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Spon- sler. A few feet away he found the three adult goats belonging to himself and. wife all dead add - badly torn up. Two of them were two years old and the other whs one year old. The tragedy which small children. . day night.) ~ I uood things nippon / THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1961 , .q--l| Death of M. H. Evans of Bolivar |Ham-Turkey Supper I [ ~ -'-----'- Maxwell ltill Evans, 72 "Max"[ A ham and turkey supper willI when you/, |BROWNIE TRO~People whoI-,y mid a rage al- to his many friends died on Sat-lbe served at the local high schoolI ~'~~%.~ //WEFKLY MEFTING_ MARCH 1I[wys make a bad lanaing. urday morning at 8 o'clock in|on Saturday evening, April 8, be I i Charles town General ttospitallginning at 5 o'clock p. m. and I where he had been a patient for I sponsored by tile Band ParentsI ~"~e~ ~ | Brownie group number 15 ofI Castro's older brother faces a week. A native of Keysr, W. Va. I Association. The price will be I \ ~" ~k(."