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Shepherdstown Fire Depart. The Department is a member ment answered a total of 217 em- of the Jefferson County Fire- ergency calls in 1965. Of this num men's Association and operates as bar 129 were fires, the other calls a part of the County Communicat were ambulance calls, ions System with a base two-way The fire calls included town radio system in the Department alarms, county alarms and mutual Office and moble units in the aid calls to nearby deparements equipment and a unit in the such as Charles Town, Harpers Chief's Car. Many of the firemen have radio receivers in their Ferry, Martinsburg, South Berk- eley at Inwood and Sharpsburg, ~Id. Of the 129 fire calls only 4 fires resulted in heavy loss of $5,000 to $10,000. each. The balance of the calls covered damage from $10 to $500 each, Carelessness was the cause of the fires. The Shepherdstown Fire De- partment's equipment includes 7 pieces of apparatus 3 pumpers, 1 1,600 gallon tanker, 1 65ft. aerial ladder truck, 1 ambulance and 1 heavy duty Civil Defense Rescue Truck. homes which were bought and paid for by the men timmselves as was the two-way radio in Chief Morgan's car. During the past year of 1965 over $3000 worth of new equip- ment was bought such as fire hose, coats, boots, helmets, smoke ejector, fog nozzle and complete foam equipment for gasoline and oil fires. Some of this equipment was bought by Shepherd College and the balance by the Fire De- partment from donations and fund raising activities. The De- partment increased the insurance 0 ~- )'qmmlP4~llllPo,IUl~).to.~)4m~O,~llDO.qiR.o.t. DIAMOND RINGS Every Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed perfect (or replacement assured). Its brilliant fire and precise modern cut are found in only one diamond in hundreds. All Keep ke diamonds are protected against loss from the setting for one year. Each ring carries a life- time trade-in privilege, plus permanent registration... all this is yours at no extra cost only from Keepsa , COMPLETE SETS FROM: - Easy Little or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are your Authorized Keepsake Dealer. 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-7411 -- CHARLLES TOWN, W. VA. Farm Machinery, Orchard Equipment Household Furniture Having sold my farm, and discontinuing farming, I will sell at public auction, at Forest Glen Farms, located 4 miles West of Berryville. Va., on Route No. 7 and 2 miles North on 635, (Peirces Lane) on: WEDNESDAY, MAtRCH 16, 1966 1:00 P. M. Farm Machinery & Misc. Equipment 2 Alias Chaimers W-D-45 tractors; Allts Chaimers front enr loader; AUis Chaimers cultivator; Allts Chanters 2 bottom pow; 2 Alias Omlmers mowers, 7 foot cu$, power take off; Alias Chalmers heavy duty mounted disc. on rubber; Alias Chalmers side dellyery rake, P. T. O., on rubber; Herd seed mower P. T. O.; tractor wood saw; weed sprayer; spring tooth harrow (3 point hitch); Bush Hog P. T. O.; Black Hawk tractor corn planter; 2 Cobey Wagons on rubber; New Idea tractor manure spreader on rubber, No. 12 A; chain harrow; Smoker 32 foot elevator; pulverizer; McCormick Deering binder and canvas; Harvey hammer mill; Blizzard ensilage cutter and pipes; road scraper; lot American Wire fence; barb wire; ieem posts; tar- paulin. 14 foot gate. log chains; steel drum; belts, metal water- ing troughs, feed trough; Miller self feeder; platform scales; hay fork and rope; barn truck; emery; burlap bags; wrenches; picks; vise; other tools; lumber; lard press; sausage grinder; iron pots; cattle show equipment, including halters, neck ropes and etc.; pony Imrness; pony wagon; McCormick Deering No. 3 electric separator; DeLavai No. 9 electric separator. 1948 2 ton Chevrolet truck with 2 speed axle, double racks, in good condition. I Wisconsin Holstein cow with heifer calf by side. Some hay, corn. and straw. All machinery is clean and in perfect condition. Orchard Equipment 500 gai, Myers sprayer mounted on G. M. C. truck; various length picking ladders; picking bags; apple crates; baskets and etc. HousehOld Furniture G. E. deep freeae; washt machine; tieigler space oil heater; gas stove; table; benches; clmirs; stands; glider;, cabinets; water heater; beds; server; baby cradle; china closet; Jars and oth miscellaneous items. Terms: CAKIL HARVEY L. FISHPAW CHARLES R. DUVALL (Auctioneer) Mar. 10-1t- r on the membership as well as] people of the community and area I various types of insurance on the I One honor of which the Depart equipment. I ment is very proud is being rec- The Fire Prevention Bureau oil ognized in a National Publicat- the Department made many pub-ion 'The Firemen Magazine' pub lic appearances giving talks, lashed by National Fire Protect- showing films, giving out Fire ion Association in New York. The Prevention Materials. ~Ihe Bureau story stressed the growth and ad- visited local schools with the State Fire Marshall and conduct- ed monthly Fire Exit Drills on the College Campus. In the past year the Depart- ment increased its membership by 11 men. These men as well as most members attended training sessions of various types. Special classes were held on operation of the equipment and emergency procedures. Plans for 1966 include a Reg- ional Fire School to be held at the Shepherdstown Fire Depart- ment Headquarters; special train ing sessions on foam equipment; the completion of the Standard and Advanced First Aid Course. Plans are also being made for the purchase of a new fire truck (recommended by the W. Va. Rat ing Bureau). The new truck will replace one of the pumpers which is now 24 years of age. The otherI two engines are 20 and 16 years of age. Any truck over 20 years of age does not receive any in- surance rate benefits. Obligations of the Fire Depart- ment for 1966 include more high. ly trained men (a membership re- quirement), a better water sys- tem for fire protection for Shep- herdstown and lower insurance rates for the Corporation. All of this can be obtained by a continu- ed and increased support of the A STRIKE EVERY TIME Top performance in the handhng of your insurance is what you get consist- ently and regularly from our agency. It's what we mean by "P.S."---Personal Service. In planning your insurance, keeping it up- to-date or settling claims, you get full satisfaction. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Insmmlce, mad Real Estate LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES OF KABLE OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR Amerlta'a IIIletl wmshar, the Imu olin afford, Eru rdtE $3.00 Per Week CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. __ . L L increased number of calls, rising costs of operation and the need for a new truck, the need for more funds is edident. The Depar tment ,,is looking forward to a more fire safe year" with less fire loss and no fire injury. Mrs. Julia Viands Mrs. Hall Thomson and daugh- ter, Mrs. Shirley Parker, returned home Monday evening from Char- lottesville, Va., Hospital where they had been to see Mr. Thom- son who has been a patient there for two weeks. They report that they found Mr. Thomson getting along as well as could be expect- ed. Mrs. Parker returned to her home in Manassas, Va., on Mon- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Frye, of Lovettsville, Va., were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Julia Viands and the yalso called on Mrs. Ross Stagner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Painter, of Round Hill, Va., were Sunday callers on Mrs. Josephine Johns- ton and daughters, Joyce and Bonnie. Mrs. Nathanael Gray, of Hall- town, was a visitor on Tuesday of Mrs. Joe Milton. Mrs. Milton returned home from the General Hospital on Monday and getting along fine I am glad to hear." Mrs. Albert Viands and dough. ters, Mary and Mrs. Evelyn Wiles and son, Ronald Wayne, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Penwell at Murrill Hill. Was sor- ry to hear Mr. Penwell had a bad falt during the big snow storm. The yalso called on Mrs. Billy Viands. Mrs. Josephine Johnston was a called on Thursday of her moth. er, Mrs. Milton Popkins, in Kable- town. Sunday callers on Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and daughters, Shirley anad son, Melvin, were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Marcum and family, of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Presgraves, of Win- chester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and family, of Millville. Mr. and Mrs. William Tumblin have moved from the Everhart house to a place in Charles Town. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrsl Carl Milton from-Warren- ton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mar. cos and two children, of Winches- ter, Va., Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Mil- ton and son, of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha and daugh- ter, of Middleway and Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and two chil. dren, of near town.* Weekend and Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughter, Jane, were daughters, Susan from the Potomac State College, Keyser, Miss Patricia, from the Government in Wash- ington, Mr. and Mrs Marvin Ever. hart, of Summit I oint, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Butler, Shepherds- town, Mr. Tom Kemp, Mr. Lau- rence Mahone and Mr. Howard Ware, of Ranson, Mr. Howard Bush, of Kabletown, Johnnie Ca- nary and little Cherri Lancaster, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. John Grove, of Wheatland, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, of Gerrards- town, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rlssler and daughter, Dianne, of Kable- town. Lewis returned from the hospital on Thursday and is get- ting along real well. Mrs. Maude Smaliwood and son, Marvin and his daughter, Gase- lia and Linda, were callers on Wednesday night with her grand- son, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Small- wood and family, in Ranson. Mrs. Hall Thomson, Mrs*Albert Viands and daughters, Mary and Mrs. Evelyn Wiles and son, Ron- aid Wayne, were visiting friends in Leesburg, Va., on Friday. Mrs. Clemantine Aits and grandson, Gregory Viands, spent SatUrday afternoon with Mrs. Ju- lia Viands. Master Donald Lee Shirley, of Middleway, spent Sat. urday night and Sunday with grandmother. Mrs. Harry Ashby and daugh- ter, Mrs. William Woodward, the latter from Bakerton, attended the sale of Mrs. Naomi Barrow at inWOod on Saturday. Mrs. Lester Ott spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Ja es, Dailey, nearf Oakland Church. William, Ruth, Margaret and Louise Woodward, of Bakerten, spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Har- and grandson, Bobby are. Mrs. Margaret Williams remains a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital. Mi"s. Garland Henry was a re- cent caller on her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ott and family in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bt!sh were in Winchester, on Thursday. Mrs, Bush went to see her doctor. While Mr. Lowis Rissler was in the Winchester Hospital he quite a surprise as his roonP ma e was Mr. John ttenry Ren- ner, of Berryville, They had been schoolmates here in Mec hanic . town and they hadn't seen each other for forty-seven years. Al. hough a bad place to meet they really cheered each other up. Other callers Sunday on Lewis and family were Mr. Robert Owen McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Clendening and daughter, Ja- net, of Charles Town, and Mr. George Rissler, of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts spent Sunday with their daugh- ter, Mrs. Doris Herndon in Ard- more, Md~ Their little grand- daughter who has been visiting them for over three weeks re- turned home as her mother came from the hospital on Monday and is getting along very good. They won't know for two weeks if the operation on her leg would be a success or not, however. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and son, Jackie, and their niece, Miss Sandy Jackson, of Romney, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family, of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughters, Donna and Tam- mie, of Leetown. GO TO SUNDAY VOCA American Cancer Society I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE l THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 Memorial Fund Receives DEAR ABBY" Read her column~as a r~ I Abby has the answers. For I feature in TtIE BALTI~ Number Additional Gifts /thse perplexed by problems of I NEWS AMERICAN loye, marriage, teenagers, and[ Jn sale at your local news The Memorial Fund of the neighbors, Abigail Van Buren has --------------- _ American Cancer Society has re- meaningfut words of wisdom. ~ ATTEND CHURCH SUN ceived the following additional gifts in recent weeks; it was ann- ~ ~ ~ ~' N ~ ~ B ~--~ ~ ounced this week by Mrs. Ster- LIVING ON WHEELS - By BOB STILES ~ My wife called ling Tenney Treasurer: bald-faced liar. She's w :ong - I wear a mustache... In memory of Mrs. Foster E. Brenneman from C. L. Robinson Corporation. In memory of Charles M. John son from Senior Woman's Club. In memory of Miss Anna L. Bay lor from Senior Wowman's Club. In memory of Adam Link Sr., from Mrs. Marvin Edwards. In memory of Mrs. Thelma F. Tracey Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. from Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stouf- fer. In memory of Mrs. Foster Bren neman frojn Mrs Freda Bowers. In memory of Ir. Robert Wat- son from Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Watson and Mrs. Frank Humston. GOOD ~ READ Discontinuing farming on the Stribling farm, I will sell the following located 3 miles west of Martinsburg, W. Va., 3 miles east of Hedgesville, W. Va.; turn off of Route No. 9 onto Cumbo Road, follow signs: THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1966 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. 24-Head Large Type Holstein Heifers-24 18 Holstein heifers, bred to freshen from June to late fall; 6 Holstein heifers, open, ready to breed. All are calfhood vac- cinated and T. B. tested. All are de-horned. This is a real fine bultch of heifers, all out of good stock and will make fine re- placements. Farm Machinery Etc. Farmall 350 tractor with loader; "H" tractor with 2.row culti~ vator, new rubber; New Holland "77" bailer; Corkshutt 13-7 grain drill; McCormick.Deering model No. 110 mower; McCor- mick-Deering 7 ft. disc harrow; McCormlck-Deering 2.14 inch trip bottom plow; rubber tire wagon; pulverizer; New Idea manure spreader; 28 ft. Smoker elevator; John Deere hay fluff- er; Cunningham hay conditioner; horse rake; Clipper wheat fan; concrete mixer; Potato digger; field sprayer; grain auger; 40 ft. extension ladder; 20 ft. watering trough; feed troughs; hog troughs; American wire stretchers; shallow-well pump; log chains; lot of butchering equipment; feed barrels; forks, shovels, sledge hammers, digging iron; 3 wood-frame harrows (20 and 2-24's); side delivery rake; lawn mower; lot of tools and many other articles too numerous to mention. 18-HEAD OF HOGS-18 3 brood sows, will farrow in April; 15-Yorkshire shoats, approx. 100 lbs. i FEED 700 bales Alfalfa and Timothy hay; 250 bales Timothy hay; I00 bales siraw. 400 LAYING HENS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Majestic eook stove; Admiral TV set; Victrola and records; baby bed and crib; wash bowl dressers; tables; beds; chairs; rocking chairs; glass jars, lot of dishes and other furniture. TERMS---CASH: Nothing removed until settled for. Not. Responsible For Accidents On Premises. LUNCHEON RIGHTS RESERVED. I. D. LeMASTER EDWARD (Ned) MORROW, Auctioneer C. WILLIAM HENSELL, Clerk March 10.1t- I'm on a wonderful diet. Have lost 25 pounds. My only with my diet is that it takes the starch out of me .... There is often a family tie between father and son, but There is often a faimly tie between father and son, but the usually wearing it .... The world was created in six days. At that time, Senate was not required .... A well informed man is one whose wife has just told him thinks of him .... Noah was the greatest business man in the world. He company while the rest of the world was in liquidation... * You'll be in good company when you buy a mobile home at Tri Mobile Homes. For the Best Deal Around, Just Dial Us At XDFV. TRI STATE MOBILE HOMES Charles Tows, West Virginia -- Tel. No. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1966 BEGINNING AT 1:30 P. M. To settle the Estate of Floyd P. Owens, Sr., I, the signed will sell at the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, Inc.. Charles Town, West Virginia: 152--HEAD HEREFORD CATTLE--152 PUREBRED - REGISTERED 61--HEAD--61 26 Cows. close springers. 9 Heifers - open - coming 2 years old. 5 Heifers. yearlings. 11 Bulls - yearlings. 8 Bulls - coming 2 years old. I Bull - 5 years old. 1 Bull - 3 years old. COMMERCIAL HEREFORD COWS 91--HEAD--91 10 Cows - with calves at side. 81 Cows. calving and close springers. All Bangs and T. B. tested within 30 days. Official Health Certificates will be issued day of sale. TERMS , CASH - Nothing to be removed until settled for. NELLIE G. OWENS ADMINISTRATRIX Auctioneers: NED MORROW. W. D. ORNDORFF, Clerks: R. E. MORELAND - N. CLARK FURR March 10-2t- PATENTED .I: TX-X Discontinuing farming and dairying, we will sell on the for- mer David Young home farm on Marker Rd. in Locust Valley, 5~ ml. SW Middletown and 3 mi. North Burkittsville, Freder~ lek Count Maryland on: TI-IURSDAY, MAtKCH 17, 1966 AT 10:30 A. M. TO-WIT: 92-Head Hotstein Dairy Cattle-92 Seventy-two are mllke cows of which twelve were fresh since first of year, eight will be fresh by sale or close springers and twelve back springers, balance summer and fall cows in full milk. Twelve of above are in first lactation. Thirteen heifers bred since December or now being bred. Five heifers from 8-10 months old. Two registered herd sires; Roverdaie General Set, sired by Cochran General and out of Roverdale Pet Wlmarjo, born March 9, IJ d. goverdale Creator Ivanhoe, sired by 0sbornedale Ivanhoe and out of Bell Hllmac Creator, born 1964. This herd is home raised, T. B. and Bangs accredited and certified and tested within 30 days. The above herd is owned and sold by Glenn D. Delauter and Almutt and Moran. At same time and place, Alnutt and Morons, landlords, will sell following machinery remaining on farm: TRACTORS--John Deere Model 430, John Decre Model 60 and John Decre Model MT, also John Deere P. T. O. manure preade , mumure loader, air compressor. Westinghouse electric w lder, shop vise and some other hand tools, 3 feed carts. FEEI]~t--4Remaining on farm, jointly owned by Delauter and Alnutt and Moran. tons good mixed hay, 35 tons baled straw, wire tied. ~0@ tin. of wheat for feed, 150 bu. barley, lot yello~ ear corn, and all corn silage left by sale. HOUSEHOLD--Home coal or wood heatrola, studio couch, bureaus, beds, crocks, etc!, and lot miscellaneous items for Mr. and Mrs. Delauter. TERMS--.CASH Cn day of sale. Not responsible for accidents. Glenn D. Delauter J. Russell Alnutt Richard P. Moran, Owners EMMERT R. BOWLUS. Auctioneer H, M. ALEXANDER, Clerk Lunch by Ladies of Pleasant View Church of Brethren March 10-1t- Versatile! a vented gas space heater--it's a modern, visual flame fireplace--- it's so unique, it's patented! Realistic ceramic togs give the cheerfulness of a real log fire but without the botherl Choose your color and hearth style.., and watch this new beauty become the center of attraction in your homel I[ . I FAIRFAX BLVD. ----- PHONE 725-2921 ---SUPERTANE GAS-.. CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA