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Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and Mrs. Merle aden and sons. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. DiP daughters, Gate Ann and Donna Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha, of low. and sons, Guy and Frankie, of near Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cooley and Bakerton, were Sunday dinner Wilmer Bell and family and Mrs. children, of tIyattstown, Md., guesls of the former s mother, Philip aden and daughters, Lisa were Sunday, guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Nell!e.0den anad son, Billy; and Marsha, were Sunday visitors Mrs. Dick D Angola anad Mrs. Mr. ann iwrs aerm uuen ann of Mr and Mrs Frank Bell and Thelma Wiley. sons, Steve, Keith, Terry, Glenn family and Brad Scott were recent visi- Mr-and Mrs Billy Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haines and children, of Brownsville, Md,, tars of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Webb recent callers of the farmer's par- were Sunday guests of Mr. and and family at Shenandoah June- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Mrs. Henry Ballenger. UOnk ........... ' and family at the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Pittman Russell, anu ~vlrs z illy elan(is were x. .... [ Mrs. Rosebud Co of Charles recent visitors of the litter's par-tTown, was a visitor of her moth- of Williamsport, Md., were recent ents, Mr..and Mrs. Wag or Penwell er, Mrs. Lucy Penwell, recently. Monday visitors of Mrs. Malt and amily at unarms Town. Mrs Elda Barr and son, Tim. Wiltshire. Mrs Nellie Oden and grand- my tho Bloomerv were Stln. d ughter, Lisa Oden, were Friday "visitors of Mr' and Mrs. visitors of Mr. and Mrs _Quintn_ en Charles Ott and fam'ilv_. RIPF) "L| Ott and family. Quinton has beMr and Mrs Glenn Ott and on the sick list There is some- fami" .f ..... thing wrong with ms omen. we Mr and Mrs. Robert Ott, of Hunt- Mrs. Austin Nieodemus wish him a speedy recovery, ing'ton, were Saturday evening Mr and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family, of Middeway, were recent visitors of the litter's mother, Mrs. Mary Cline. Mrs. Eva Bell and Mrs. Ken- neth Wilt and daughter, Dianne, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Brackett and sons at the Jones Trailer Park at the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs Roy Pulse and family of Middleway, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jackson have moved from Mrs. Sue Turn- er's house to one belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiley or Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Gray, of Berkeley Springs, were Sunday visitors of the litter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley" and son Woody. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rice and son, Gene, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Up right and daughter, Karen, and son, Scott, at Leetown, Mr. Johnny Brackett and sons of the Bloomery were Sunday vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and family. NI IIII HI II I IIII III III L Mrs. Margaret tto fler L a reed- l anson, were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and Smith, Mrs. Irvln Moreland and record for JUnior two-year.old SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE :: ical patient at the Charles Town ]Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. family were Sunday guests at the daughter, Mary Ann, and grand- milked two times daily in the THURSDAY, MAR(H' 10, 1966 General Hospital. We wish her a Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner home of Mr. and Mrs. ttoward daughter, Karen Wilson, Mrs. 365-day division of the HIR pro- speedy recovery. ~and children, Barbara Ann, Dawn, Puckett and Mrs. Homer Wood. Mrs. Catherine Webb and fam- Kim and Kennl, of Middieway, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ttayward ily, of Shenandoah Junction, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dillow Hetzel arrived on Friday from were Sunday visitors of Mr. and and daughter were Sunday dinner University of West Virginia, Mar- visitors of Mrs. Nellie Oden and Surprise Birthday son, Billy. Mr and Mrs. Walter~ Kuhn of Mrs. Margaret Payne was given Stiles Trailer Park were Monday a surprise birthday dinner Thurs- visitors of the litter's parents, day evening, March 3, at her Mr. and Mrs. Millard art and home In addition to a bountiful daughter, Kathy. dinner there was a birthday cake Mrs. Rosebud Cox and Mr. with all the pink and white trim- Steve Bradley, of Charles Town,mings to top off the occasion. The were Sunday visitors of Mr. and dinner was given by her daugh- Mrs. Buddy Penwell. ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch and family, Sara Kaye, Patricia, and Michael, of ~:~i~~ Round Hill, Va. Miss Dorothy Lake Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and son, Oral, and Nell, of Hunting- ton, and Mr. Melvin Lilla and daughter, Miss Rebecca Lilla. Recent Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nelson Whittington were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Minnick and granddaughter, Jennifer Lar- kins, of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittington and chil- dren, Hope and Rabble, of Balti- more, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mrs. Amos Himes and Mrs. Morris Kiln, of Harpers Ferry, and Mrs. Morris Kiln, Jr., and children, Pat and Candy, of En- Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Chuckle and Martha, were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley and family, of Berryville, Va. gantown, to spend the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr. Miss Ellen Cloud who is a stu- dent at Shepherd College, Shep- herdstown, arrived on Friday to spend the weekend at the home of of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams. Mr and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus entertained at their home Sun- day, March 6, with a birthday din- ner in honor of their niece and nephew's birthday, Cheynne, Robin and Richard. Birthday cake of white and red in form of merry-go-round with bed and white streamers formed the cen- terpiece for the table. Games were played. Prizes and presents were given. Other guests present for tthe occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and children, Freddie, Eyvon and Euie Odessa Kibler, of Boyce, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cerevalo, Sgt. and Mrs. tiarold Carter and Mrs. Lowell Eusey were Sunday Clay Leps, Miss Estelle Gibson, Miss Elva Roper and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Mrs. Dallas Kibler and four children, Cheynne, Eusie, Eyvon, and Richard, of Boyce, Va., and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were gram. Her official 360.day lactat- ion totalled 19,539 lbs. of milk and "America Is A Better America-lhanks To 652 lbs. of butterfat. Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Gardner, of Middleway. OF . Farm Machinery, Feed & Miscellaneous Items Blake] NEAR LUCKETTS, VA. Four Hereford Bulls SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1966 AT 10 A. M. Blakeley Farm, Charles Town, In case of extreme weather conditions sale will be held on Wedne lay. March 16th. has reported the sale of 4 reg- Having sold my farm located 1 miles northeast of Lucketts (from Leesburg take istered horned Hereford bulls to route 15 north for 7 miles to Lucketts, then north on route 662 for 1.1 miles, then the following North Carolina east on route 661 for four-tenths of mile, follow signs from Lucketts) I will sell breeders: 1 bull to each: John Rietzel, Raleigh; Fred Alfred, i at the above time the following: Aurora; C. G. Fox, Hickory G.H. FA'RM MACHINERY McClamrock, Mocksville. M.M 5 Star diesel tractor with continuous power-takeoff, power steeling, 3 point New State Production Record Set By Cow Of William Walker Herd dinner guests at the home of Mr. Brattleboro, Vt.. A new and and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. higher milk production record in Mrs. Carroll H. Johnson, of ] the official herd testing programs Middleway, gueest at theI of the Holstein-Feriesian Associat home of Mrs. Austin Nicodemus ion of America has been establish on Tuesday. \ ed for West Virginia. The new Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe celebrat-[ production class leader is a Reg- ed her birthday on Sunday, istered Holstein cow owned by March 6, quietly at her apart-1 William E. Walker, Shenandoah ment. Recent guests of Mrs.I Junction. Briscoe were Mr. and Mrs. Rob-I Breaking the previous all.time ert Randolph Smith, Jr., Miss record is Driswood Triume Bloom Elizabeth M. Smith, Elizabeth R. Nan 5553947 (GP) with her new ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY GET YOUR OWN PERSONAL low and son, of Alexandria, Va., All Over The United States were recent weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow, Sr. Provides Readily Acceptable Mrs. Betty Chapman and Identification Wherever You Go. daughters, Crystal and Debbie, of i Martinsburg, spent the past week with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Clifton Kelican. Mrs. Vallie Carper, of Win- chester, Va., and Mr. Joe Gordon, of B. burg, Va,, ware recent Sunday afternoon visitors of their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. Norman Gary spent the week-:: end with his mother, Mrs. Betty hitch (1900 hrs.) with J.D. 4 bottom 14" plows (3-pt. hitch), M-M U tractor & manure loader, Farmall Super C tractor with mower, cultivator,,1, corn planter and plow, Massey Ferguson self.-propelled 10 ft. cut combine used 4 seasons and in excellent condition. J. D. 13 disc drill, 12 ft. springtooth harrow, hay rack wagon, 8 ft. IH disc on rubber transport J. D. manure spreader, New Idea manure spreader, New Holland 68 Hay- liner haler, N. H. rake. spray rig on rubber, pulverizer, drag, New Idea 1 row corn picker, N. H. cut off saw. 1952 Chevrolet 1 ton truck with cattle racks, 1947 Ford dump truck in need of repairs. Not Responsible For Accidents On Farm. TERMS: CASH. All Sales Final. JAMES H. QUENSENBERRY Sale Conducted By: NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. Leonard Bowman - 338-7116 James deButts - 445.4120 Lunch will be sold on the grounds. March 10-1t- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. t gle, were Wednesday afternoon PENNEY CHARGE CARD visitors of Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gary Oil- GOOD IN 1700 CITIES | ~ ~ ALWAYS FIRSt" GUALIT Through Sat. only :. ~ "~ ,,p ::: .~' ..:.~, Fashion Manor serf-insulated draperies ! A Keep rms cler in summer, warm" i i I er in winter. Single to wall-to-wall || widths! Sill lengths! Floor lengths! In stock or rush-ordered. 1 Chapman, of Martinsburg. :KNOW the Rood, good. Mr. and Mrs. William Ains- :feeling that come worth, of Charles Town, were :n- +u- Saturday afternoon visitors of : I ,, ' Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Jay i Tique .'.. reg. 7.98, now v, and Vince. row. Open a profit- Mr. Forrester Lewis, of Silver 48" wide, floor length 6.39 pr. i able saving account Spring, Md., was a Sunday visitor I "l with us now! of his children, Billy and Donna, i'-'- Machine wash and hang-no iron! 2- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W .... ., year guarantee against sunfading.* Dillow. . ....... Luxurious rayon and cotton brocade. | | ln ql I Saturday afternoon visitors of Ili l rn2yl:llAL and Mrs. T. E. Lake were Mr '[:::]': White, beige, toast, ice green, honey ! and Mrs. Gene DeWalt, of Car- gold, bronze glow,olive, burnt ...... orange, blueberry, i : SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. lisle, Pa. , ............ Mrs. Mary Wiltshire was a 1oo w. wasltmg oll Wednesday evening supper guest ......... | MD. of Mrs., Amos Himes, of Harpers ........ Embassy... reg. 8.98,now HAGERSTOWN, | Ferry. $ ,, "'" 48 wide, floor length 7.39pr. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Dimmon ' were Thursday evening visitors of Mrs. Mae Webb. F":'* 2-year guarantee against sunfading.* I Mrs. Richard Webb and sons i-::'bBeautiful antique satin, rayon and | I Ricky and Todd, were recent Sun- acetate. White, beige, sandalwood, I i day afternoon visitors of Mr. and ...... cinnamon, gold, moss green, ranger- 1 Vial Shenandoah Junction. i I I II Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire, of i ..... ,l PUBLIq: SALE ;,, !" You Will Find l 2.Pc. TEXTURED KNITS Moving into a trailer, I will sell the following. Located 11 miles Special Penney buy.., spectac- West of Martinsburg, mile East of Tomahawk, turn off Route t ular fashion savings! Smart day- t 7 at Tomahawk School ANNIVEPSARY I time duos of supple, silky double ; | BEGINNING AT 10:30 A.M. i Kelvlnator Refrigerator; 2 Home Comfort Ranges; 5 Pc. Break- fast Set; Gas Stove; Sewing Machine; Kitchen Cabinet; Book- case; 2 Oil Heaters; Trunk; 4 Beds with Springs and Mattresses; Marble Top Dresser; 2 Wash Staxids; 3 Dressers; Studio Couch; :SATURDAY, MARCH 12th., 1966 BARGAINS I kn t acetate! The ultimate in wearing ease and fashionable | aplomb...they won't sag, bag, HOUSEHOLD GOODS or stretch out Of shape.., stay I Atll Over The Store smooth and wrinkle-free all day | Iongl Our fashion-right trio , l here, all with short sleeve over. blouses topping slim skirts. 2 Child's Desks; 10 Pc. Dining Room Suite; Radio; Lights; Misses' sizes 10 to 1 8. :l Wardrobe; Electric French Fryer; Electric Mixer; Stands; Lots of Chairs; Canned Goods; 3 Bushels of Potatoes; Medicine Cab- A. Embroidered duo: navy,.blue,il lnet; 9' x 12' Linoleum Rug; 9' x 15' Linoleum Rug; 8MM Deer I oyster, celery. ,| Rifle; 12 Gauge Bolt Action Shotgun; 410 Shotgun; .22 Cal. HURRY IN TODAY I I Rifle, Bolt Action; Dlshe , Pots, Pans; Numerous other House- EXTRA LONG B. Flip-tie ensemble: navy, hold Articles. : NYLON LOOP B green, turquoise. : I Farm And Miscellaneous Equipment PILE RUNNERS TAKE ADVANTAGE !! C. Smock-detail duo, black, Far, all H"' 3 THERMAL I vator, 2 Row Oliver Corn Picker; 7 ft. Massey Harris Tractor 27" x 80' Mower; 2 Bottom 12" Trailer Plows on Rubber; 6 ft. Disc Har- BLANKET BUY! 'row; 2 Hydraulic Pumps for "H" Tractor; 2-Wheel Farm Trailer; 72" x 90" fits I ! Rata.Tiller (1 Year Old); Garden Tractor; Rotary Lawn Mower; 27" x 160" ............. 7.99 In 'Regular, FaShion lng Tank; Lard Press; Sausage Grinder with Motor; Butchering 27" x 252" ............ 11.99 Boards and Steel Trestles; Feed Sacks; Lots of Tools; ]Pile of And Specially our lowest price yet! Toss on : Sawed Slab Wood; Saw Mandrel; Saw Mill Complete with Belts; Smart multi-stripes and tweeds a light cover for warmth! Cool 1950 Chevrolet Car; 1949 GMC 2 Ton Cab-Over.Engine Truck; in sturdy nylon loop pile rug alone. Fleecy nap. N y I o n |," I 1000 Bales of Mixed Hay. runners. Serged, rubber back- Purchased Items bound. Machine wash. Lots of ed. colors. L _ -,, -- _ .. _ .m m, ,m .,J TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible For Accidents. NED MORROW; AUctioneer ROBERT PRICE Mareh lO-lt. PENNEYS STORE HOU S- MON.-TUES.-WED. - THURS. 9 TO 5 FRX. SAT. 9 TO 9