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# ,, ' cheloe with eleven of the mem- LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND bers answering to roll call. The meeting opened with Devotions SUI IMIT 'OII4T led by Miss Shirly Macoughtry after which Mr. Robert H. Har- desty presented an interesting lee By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 son entitled "Let's Start Outside Improvements" and led a group | discussion on the subject Episcopal Churchwomen Meet gard to the Spring Convocation At it's conclusion minutes of The Eoiscopal Women of the which will be held at the church the last meting were read and Church of tt~e Holy Spirit met in April. Because of the length approved and a report was made on Wednesday ...... evening of last of the business meeting only a by the treasurer. Several items of week at the home of Mrs. S. C. snort program was presentea business were discussed by the Glassford with twelve of the mem with excerpts from The. Episco- group and after which the meet- bers in attendance. The meeting pal News and The Anghcan .Dl- ing was adjourned. During soc- was opened with Devotions led by gest being read by ~rs. ~n!llp ial hour which followed, Mrs. Al- Miss Kate Biller after which the lureamer ann mrs. utuart wrzm. exander Dunlop was awarded a rnil wu~ called tho minutes of [Following adjournment a pleas- prize in an Irish quiz and delic. the last meeting were read and . nt nour .was enjoyea uur-ious refreshments were served by ann n ling wnlcn QellClOUS rezresnmems the hostess. _~roved and a comflete flnan-. ...... cial report for the year of 1960[we_re servea oy me n o sines.._ Mrs. Clifford Rowland, in com- was made by the treasurer. Sever I Tne uevereno ann m~s. Armur puny with her Mr. .... Kerr visitea on ~riuay with Mrs al Rems of business were discuss- ] . . . Wilson Rowland and her sister-in- ~d nnd nlnn~ wor~ rnndo in r~ ~James macoughtry of Mlddieway law Miss Hester Rowland, both of ...... x~ ..................... " . _ ~ _ ~who is a patmnt at the National Winchester, Va. spent the week * I Institute of Health in Bethesda, end in Richmond, Va. where her ~ h~l#B | IMd. '~ daughter Mrs. Louise King is ser IL.fl4r.t~'lI, J~,~tl ] A/3 and Mrs. William Ware iously ill in St. Luke's Hospital. " | I t I who camo here recently from | . . Mr. and Mrs. Leroy CheShire . I Mountaln Home AFB near Borne, i I Monday of last week at the home spent Sunday visiting with the~ | [of the former's brother-in-law former's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheshire [and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert and their family at their home I~ [Light and their family. On Sat- in Augusta, W' Va. J [urday A/3 Ware left for Charles- | [ton, S. C. and on Sunday left Mrs. Harry C. Frazier, Mrs. Geo ]from there for a year's duty in rge Crim and Mrs. Stuart Crim [French Morocco. During his ab, attended the annual Spring Fash: ]sence Mrs. Ware plans to remain ion Show which was presented by ~in Charles Town where she has the Charles Town Junior Wom- I taken an apartment in the home en's Club on Tuesday evening of his aunt Mrs. Margaret Lemaster. last week in the clubhouse at Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huff of Shenandoah Downs. Charles Town were visitors on Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and dan Saturday evening at the home of ghter Patricia, Mrs. Jack Kinchel oe and son John and Mrs. Mar- ~e shall Jenkins visited on Friday latter's mother Mrs. Bonn Crim. Farm Women's Club Meets in Front Royal, Va. The Summit Point Farm Wom-Celebrates Fifth Birthday In honor of the fifth birthday ~---~-,---'--'---"-'~ en s Club met on Thursday even- of Master Bobby Light, his par- . ing at the home Of Mrs. Jack Kin- ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light ~:- ---~- ....... entertained at a family dinner on FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES I~)WN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLAN'[ A1 MILLVILLE, W. MiIlville Plant No. 899 Charles TowD Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 VA Sunday afternoon. Those present to help Bobby celebrate were his aunts and uncles and their fam- ilies, Mr. and Mrs. John Welty and sons Johnny and Michael 'of Waynesboro, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ware, Jr. and sons Lee and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Creight on Propps and children Trina and C. R. and Mrs. William Ware all of Charles Town. Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 399 Open Both Friday and Saturday Nights Till 9:00 LOVELY NEW FASHION FRESH COTTONS to Fit Practically Everyone. 7 to 15--10 to, 20--- 14 to 24 46 to 52. Covered Dish Supper Members of the Summit Point Methodist Church held a covered dish supper in the basement of the church on Sunday evening. were present to enjoy a delicious and bountiful supper. Mission Study Class A Mission Study Class was held at the Baptist Church on Tuesday evening of last week by the Girls' Auxiliary to the W. M. S. Also invited to participate in the program wer~ the Royal Am- bassadors, the younger girl's or- ganization of the chur~2L an~ th~ Girls' Auxiliary of the Leetown Baptist Church The program was opened by Miss Mary Cheshire who led the group in Devotions after which Mrs. Elwood Ches- hire, the leader of the organizat- ion, introduced Mrs. Jack Kinche- toe who was the guest teacher for the class. The lesson for the ev- ening was entitled "Sawgrass Mis sions" an~ dealt with the work of the Baptist Church among the Saminole Indians in Florid& At the conclusion of the program a pleasant social hour was enjoy- ed during which delicious refresh ments were served to the thirty girls and their advisors who were present. Miss Joanne Lemen who is a student nurse at the Winchester Memorial Hospital visited over the weekend at the home of her mother Mrs. Thomas Lemen. Misses Lucy and Alice Farns- worth of Washington, D. G. spent the weekend visiting with their sister and brother Miss Edna and Mr. Holmes Farnsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph of Charles Town visited on Sun- day with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins and attended the covered dish supper which was held that evening at the Methodist Church. Miss Mary Cheshire spent the weekend visiting with her sister Miss Nora Cheshire in Washing- ton, D. C. Little Trina and C. R. Propps, children of Mr. and Mrs. Creight- on Propps of Charles Town spent Saturday visiting at the home of their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton. Mr. avd Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and-their smMl son had as their gUests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arfioi~[ arid their two children of Springfield, Va. Mr. Roge~ Kelley of Charles Town visited on Saturday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim at "Monte View". Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr, their son Randolph and their sons-in- SEE OUR WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF EASTER FASHIONS: Coats Suits Toppers Dusters Dresses For Our Customers Convenience. law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Chrisman visited recently with Mrs. Furr's sister and bro. Mr. and Mr. Richard Pine and their family at their home in Boyce, Va. Miss Hester Rowland of Win- chester, Va. visited on Tuesday evening of last week at the home of her niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassfor(i and their family and on Sunday was a visi- tor at the home of Miss Frances Coleman. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and their family were the latters mother Mrs. Herbert Ramsburg of Ranson, her sisters, Mrs. Hilda Brown of Washington, D. C. and Charles Town, Mrs. Alton Muse and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. E1 Mrs. Thomas Shall had visitingI 1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS with her on Sunday her mother i ITEMS OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF 2--A THURSDAY, MARCH 16i Mrs. George Chapman and herI ___________ _._ ~ sister-in-law Mrs. Raymond L. [ V ~ I~ [ | If I~ ]~/ ~i 1 . A lot of fellows who sa~ Chapman and her two children ] ~ a a ~ ~ u ~ ~ hons Club Wdl Sponsor ]they think don't do enoug~ all of Berryville, Va. ] By Mrs. Clarence S nmllwood Phone 20-F-024 q,ting. Record Hop On March I Time is that expanse HALLTOWN ' Its a date to keep---March 17th JoAnn of Ranson The Charles Town Lions Clublbetween paydays. By Miss Dorothy Bowers ]at the Kabletown School whereI Patricia Woodward, daughter met Tuesday evening, March 14thI ~ .. . ~ _ .. Ithe local PTA is sponsoring the Iof Mr and Mrs Henry Woodward at the Blue Grass Inn. President [ Perseverance indicates a Mr. ann ~rs. James Taulton ' .-- ~.n n ....~~. ^ ~.o ~. .... lannual Free Bingo Party. Cake Iof Avon Wood Dasry Farm fell Via presided. Announcement of Iwill; obstinance a strong ~,,~, ,,~s~,~ ~^..~,~.~,~,[Walks will also be a feature and I liet Saturday, March 4 inflicting the monthly scrap paper collec-I ~'".2"~'.~:~" ~."~" v"~?.~"~'lrefreshments on sale. ]a very bad-incision on her leg tion to be held Saturday after-~ ,- ,,., . tamuy oI ~viannmgs were VlSltOrs .... Sun"a-" "~ *~'- ~" .... t,~.i .... I Rev. S. F. Butcher, P. C. an-[which reqmred eight stRches, noon March 18, all members are[, ~ . ,, s ................... w-- nuances that on Easter Sunday Mr. ents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spates ] h~ ,-ill admin~*~ the H-l-, R~*,~ { . Raymond Howell who has requested to meet at the Peoples [ .... " and family. [,,, [ spnt te past six mots in ?P~YLensb'Yil:00sponso'ClCk'ring Mrs Elmer Wright, Mrs Ber- ] ".~ ..... *; ...... ,,,~ ~,-v~,o: ..... ] Winter Haven, Fla. is now at the the . =. ...... ~ . ; . laiso welcome memoers wno are thome of his father Mr UI" sses Heart Door to Door campaign col [ _.~ nara utt, v~rs. william 1-10aK ann ! ~.~.. .... .... a .... ...~ I , s Miss Dorothy Bowers shopped in I~::~_s~.^:'~'~'.'2~^ "~"~::,_ "~'.'~" IHowell. The latter recently cele- lected $1068.06. The Record tIop] ~A~ ~ g[~ff nW::c'nester' ........ " .... "'1 Mr.CletuC"U~cu~'~ -UUM~kmbse, rsh~iPdrClnaS~at.m~v ~v~vms u~v ~ bratedl Mr. HomerhiS 84thNewcom~i a localbirthda'" held Friday evening, March 24 at[ [~TT~m~ ~_]~ va Tuesaay niter IPreparatorys sponsored by the Lions will bqi .~v..v.~.. ,- ..- Mrs. Alton Muse was admittedly, Call" an" ~ ..... f Minm. [resident and fisherman was sac- the Jr. High School for the bene-i .......... '~ ~" e Winchester emor al Hos- ] .......................... [cessful on Saturday when he fit of the Teen-Age Canteen.[ Office Clt Bml LUWXI, V~t. ~tl't~ VX~XLIII~ ilg- UUUIt~ I . . p~tal on Wednesday and on Thurs I ~n,t ~nnt Mr and Mr.~ 'Phnmu~ caught w~th mght crawler bait a Lion Ed Chrisman was the win ] " " Y " day morning underwent dental[~'ravan-"~ d-au'~h-t'er J-an'ie }o"r s'"e-v 3 lb. 12 oz. black bass. ner of the Free Meal and Lion I Tel hun "52 surgery She returned to her ;" ~ Mr and Mrs Elmer Pi"es and Benny Bell was the lucky winner [ ep e h " -. ......... i eraz weeks. v ome on ~.rloay ana at 3ms ume [ On Thursday night Mr. and sons visited relatives in LaPlata, of the Lions Kitty. The next reg- I Charles Town W. ]sreeovermg sa~mzac~orliy. [Mrs. Howard O. Bush daughter Md. overSaturday night. Their ular meeting will be held at the] , . rs. ~uddy A Joer~ ot ~runs:[Sue Ellen visited hs brother-m- daughter Cecelia spent the night Blue Grass Inn March 28th. No l ",*' wicK, ma..spent Tuesaay ann we~ Ilaw and sister Mr. and Mrs. El- with Miss Sue Ellen Bah.further business the meeting ad-I ~ ~~M~ nesaay w~tn ner parents lvir ann . . . journed after the showing of a/ ~( ~,U~L~,,~c~'~ ......... ='._ . i mer Mason of Wheatland. Henry Chpp ~s planning to re- . :--~ ..................... C ~rs. ~.~na~les ~pa~s.,~rs..~IDer[i General and Mrs. John N. An- model his home. Electricity is film of the 1960 World Series. [ , uum~t~,~ NSU~a~C~ --- ~ | |""' LIFE iNSURANCE COMPANY ~"" " .Y ...... .~ .?" .~:'~, ~"~','"ldrews of Arlington, Va. spent being installed and the back por- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY ~ [... .~~m~us. jown. ~enerm hospital. ~onaaY!the weekend at their farm Avon ch will be enclosed ~:itaemc~tsurege~Yo an ar::e tins [Wood. On Friday night they vis Mr. Elmer Getts and family vis ~ ~ m~ ~, v l ited with Mr. and Mrs. Howard ited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dinner guests Sunday f Mrs" I Bush. Samuel Goode and other relatives rENTI0N, MEN Wmerd Bowers and sons were I Sheriff Paul Milton was a visi- near Luray, Va. Mr: and firs.. Andrew Bean of ]tor Friday night at the local store Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. ~mrmx, va., mr. ann mrs. ~ar~ l engaging in the friendly discuss-Smallwood of Martinsburg were TRAIN TO A CMlarkof C!earbrook, Va., Mr. an.u'ion of those gathered around the callers Sunday afternoon with rs. Douglas ~owers ann ~amny stove hi~ z~no]o Mr and Mr~ Clnroneo oI ~o 1 ar, ~vlrs l)onalu rrye oI Floyd Manuel, Mrs. Manuel and Smallwood. infant son, Mason, moved on Sat- The Rev. C. W. Edward, Rev. ~r SCRAPER ~k" POWER SHOVEL wood Bowers and son Bruce of Halltown. Mr. Alton Muse and son Tim- othy were dinner guests Sunday of Alton's mother Mrs. Gentry L. Muse and family in Leesburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn Jr. and family of Charles Town were visitors Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Dalgarn's mother Mrs. Annie Pope and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry binges of Charles Town spent Saturday with the litters mother Mrs. Na- thaniel Gray Jr. and family. Their guests on Sunday were Miss Betty billow of Charles Town, Misses Marili Jo and Viv- inn Ranalli of Millville. Mr. Earl Peacher, Mr. Alec Cos tello, Mrs. Elmer Wright, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Jr., accompanied by Rev. W. Graham Wood of Duf- fields and Mrs. Raymo~ad Parks of Charles Town attended the sec ~nd area meeting of the Massan- etta Springs building fund Thurs day evening at the Tuscarora Presbyterian Hall near Martins. burg. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright and Mr. Samuel Strickler visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler and dau- gh~3oar ~erryville, V~ St~- day afternoom Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Sunday afternon at the home of her son- n-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and family in ChaHes Town. Master David Penwell was a weekend guest of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and family in Mlllville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Jillsboro, Va. were visitors Fri- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spates and family. Their isitors Sunday afternoon were ,Wire. David Penwell and son terry. Mrs. William Honk, Mrs. Frank Simons, son Michael and Miss Dorothy Bowers visited Mrs. Flor. once Pope at "Locust Grove" in Bolivar. Master Timothy Muse spent Thursday in Bolivar visiting his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bowers and-family. Mrs. Raymond Parks and son Michael of Charles Town were luncheon guests Monday of Mrs. Winerd Bowers. Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hoak Jr. of Uvilla announce the birth of a daughter born Saturday tour ning in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. This is their fifth child and first daughter. Mrs. Martin Grimes and family of Charles Town were visitors Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family. Mrs, Edward Spates, her grand daughter Sandra Spates and Shar on Ott attended morning worship services Sunday at the Camp Hill Methodist Church. Sandra and Sharon wfre among the Girl SCouts assembled in a group and honored at this service this being GiH Scout Week. M~. argi Mr& Paul Mills were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hol der in Knoxville, Md. Mr. Holder an employee of Valley Board Cur poration has been on the sick list the past few months but is well on the road to recovery, we are glad to report. Miss Karla Kay McKee of Char lee Town spent Monday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall McAboy. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Costello and daughter Mary Lane were dinner guests Sunday of Alec's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costello in Charles Town and irl the after- noon accompanied by them visi- ted Mr. Herman Snowden, a pa- tient in City Hospital in Martins- burg. They were also visitors with Miss Esther Dana at her home there. Circle Meeting Eighteen members and one vis- itor were in attendanee Monday Mrs. George James of Charles evening, March 13 when the Pres- Town and her brother-in-law Mr. byterian Circle and the Executive George Clark and his son Chuck Board meeting Combined met at also of Cha lesTown. the home of Mrs. Wia d Bowers. urday from the tenant house on Woodland Farm owned by Mr. Robert Cain. Floyd has employ- ment in Rockville, Md. where he plans to move by the latter part of April. At present Mrs. Manuel and son are residing with relat- ives in Bakerton where they have also stored their furniture. and Mrs. R. G. Webster, Melvin Wiley and his mother and Miss Ann Unger went to a hymn sing in Williamsport, Md. on Monday night at the Rev. Gerald Car- baugh's Church. They reported a large crowd and good service. Revival at the Middleway Pen- tecostal Church where Rev. Web- Recent visitors with Mr. and ster is pastor. Services nightly Mrs. Henry Clipp have been here and the speaker will be Rev. C. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and .~ Palmer, Martinsburg, W. Va. Mrs. Henry Jones and daughter All are welcome. The president of the Women of, emonies March 7. the Church, Mrs. Raymond Parks[ Miss Miller who is majoring in opened the Board meeting withI drama and speech is a member of prayer. The secretary, Mrs. El- the International Relations Club wood Bowers had roll call and read the minutes of the last meet- ing. Several announcements were made by the President and a busi hess session followed. Mrs. Wil- liam Honk, historian ~ead a his- tory of the Halltown Presbyterian Women of the Church The chairman, Mrs. Winerd Bowers, read a prayer poem for the opening of the~ Circle meet- and her hobbies are reading and theatre. Miss Merchant, who is major- ing in Home Economics and Egg lish belongs to the 4-H Club, the Yearbrook staff, F. H. A. and her hobbies are me skating, basket- ball, collecting stamps. She plans a teaching career. Others in the group pledged by Tri-Sigma were: Gall Barbash, ing and after a brief business Carol Bugg, Joann Campbell, Ca- meeting, the Bible teacher Mrs. Alec Costello, reviewed the lesson for March, "God Is At Work in You" taken from Phillippians 2: 12-18. Mrs. William Bhcitfor~ closed the meeting with prayer. During the social hour the hos- tess served delicious refresh- ments with her Mrs. Elwood Bowers and Miss Jennifer" Gray assisting. ,Susan Miller, Polly Merchant Among Those Pledged To Tri-Sigma Mary Susan Miller, freshman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Miller Jr. Kearneysville; and Mary Elizabeth Merchant, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Mer- chant of Halltown were among the group pledged by the Beta Delta Chapter of Sigma Sigma at Shepherd College in pledging cer rol Wayne Hall, Diane Hammer- sly, Martha Knott, Claudia Lent, Betty Sainto, Karen Shields and ,C~: t2~.: Ttmcher. wdekend of the llth Tri Sigma will sponsor a "Sigma Shtfffle" after the TKEE Basket- ball Tournament. The dance will begin immediately after the game with many in attendance from Shepherd and from the visiting colleges. Plans are now being made for the Tri 'Sigma's biggest event of the year, The Spring Cotillion. The dance will be held on Sitar- day, March 18 from 9-12 o'clock in the Physical Education Build- ing. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased from any mem- be'r of the sorority. Also, tickets will be on sale at the door. Tri Sigma sincerely wishes that ev, eryone can and will attend. Keep in the rut too long and you'll dig your own grave. Have character--don't be one. I Discontinuing Farming, I will sell the Following Personal Property on the Ed. Miller Farm, 5 miles East of Martins- burg, W. Va., 4 miles West of Shepherdstown, W. Va., mile South of Route 45, at Fries Cross Roads, Berkeley County, West Vlrghd~ on SATURDAY, MARCH 25, IN1 BEGINNING AT II:00 O'CLOCK I. IVL 34 - HEAD DAIRY CATTLE - 34 Four Holstein Heifers with first calf by side; Guernsey Cow with 3rd calf by side; Guernsey Cow, milking; 2 Hol- stein Cows, milking; 6 Holstein Heifers, springers; 3 Hol- stein Heifers, bred; 3 Guerp:~ y Heifers, springers; Jersey Heifer, bre~!.~; 8 Holstein Heifers, yearlings; Angus Heifer, yearling; Brown Swts~ Heifer, yearllmg; Jersey Heifer, ye~r- ling; Hg~tetn Heifer, 7-mos. old; Holstein Bull, 18-mos. old; Mike, Curtis Candy Dun~ogglh. All C~ttle-T.B. and Bangs Tested 30 d~ys prior to sale. Individual health cer- tific&tes will be given and ~eading eagle are ealfhood vac- cinated. FARM MACHINERY, ETC Farmall H Tractor with mounted disc Idow and cultiva- tor; McCormick-Dcoring 16-7 DiSc Grain Drill; New Idea 2S-ft. conveyor, ma~ure spreader, on rubber;, '8-fk disc h~r- row, iron wheel wagon, tractor seed sower, 8-can milk cooler, spring wagon, 60-gal. apple butter kettle; butchering kettle, 2 iron cook pots, scalding t~nk, 3 lard presses, 2 sausage grinders, 1 is electric; Z.wheel horse cart, silo rods, cast iron stove, 2 lawn mowers, 2 rocking chairs and other ar- ticles too numerous to me~flon, HAY---Approx. 200 Bales of Orchard Grass. NOTE:---This Farm of 100 Acres is For Sale by C. William Hensell, Realtor. Phone Martinsimrg, W. Va., AM 3-5566. TERMS----CASIL Nothing to I~ removed until settled for. E.E. JACKSON MORROW AND ORNDORFF, ~floneers. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Luncheon Rlgh~ Re~rved~ Mav~ 16 a~d ~18- ~Y0, I BULLDOZER GRADER AND OTHERS TRAINED MEN ARE EARNING OVER $165 Per Week Complete Training Program, Including Actual perience on Heavy Equipment. No Previous perience Needed. Mail Coupon For Complete mation. - QUALIFY NOW l UNIVERSAL For the max~y high-pay- [ OPERATORS SCHOOL, ing jobs in heavy con ...................... struction, building roads, I bridges, dams, pipe Hnes,[ .......................... ' homes, office buildings, Name ....................' etc. Local and foreign [ Age ....................... ' employment opportuni- I Street ....... ties.No need to quit .............. your present job until [ City ........... State. you are trained. [ Phone ...... Mrs. at Discontinuing Farming I will sell at Public Sale the lowing Live Stock, Farming Implements a~ad Household located ~on Halltown and Shepherdstown Pike Stbout 4 South of Shepherdstown, W. V&., and 4 miles North of town, W. Va., at Uvilla~ on TUESDAY, 'A RIL :4,' 1961, BEGINNING AT 9:30 OCLOCK A. M. SHAHI~I 50 HEAD OF HEREFORD 16 Hereford Cows with calves by their side; 30 Heifers and Steers, weight about 400 Ibs. to 600 tlbS. These Cattle have been TB and Blood Teested, 31 HEAD OF HOGS 5 Black Poland China Sows, 3 with pigs by their 25 Shoats, ranging in weight from 75 to 100 lbs. Spotted Poland Chin~ Male Hog. 40 HEAD OF SHEEP Some with Lambs by their side. FARMING IMPLEMENTS McCormick-Deering M Tractor; MeCormick-Deeri~g Tractor; McCormick-Deering Super C Tractor; Deering Combine No. 64 with Pickup Attachment a~d Cleaner; McCormick-Deering corn planter for Farm~dl C Tractor; McCormick-Deering C- 295 A Mouid for Super C Tractor; McCormick-Deering cultivator for C Tractor; MeCormick-Deering mower 27-V; Unlvers~ tor Mower for M or H Tractor; McCormick-Dee.ring tor for M or H Tractor; McCormick-Deering mower Tractor; power corn sheller No. 30; tor Drill, 13 spouts; New Idea one row Corn Picker; mick-Deering 2 4-row mounted type corn picker; ~ tractor plows, 14-in. bottom; McCormiek-Deering hlgB plow, 14-in.; garden tra~tor, chain saw, New Holland rester with motor and row crop and grass 61 Forage Haxvester with row crop and grass Lilliston Brush Hog, McCormick Deering No. 200 spreader with rubber tires; 2 Grove wagons, 3-ton 1 Grove Wagon 6-Tons capacity; Cunningh~m H~Y tioner, new; Allis-Chalmers Forage Blower and pipe; Boy manure loader, T-Bar roller, New Idea delivery hay rake; Hammer Mill, McCormick-Deeri~g Ensilage Forage Blower; McCormiek-Deering Baler, A-1 shape; McCormick-Deering disc harrow, Ne McCormick-Deering mowgr with 7-ft. wind row McCormick-Deering 2-secUon tractor spring tooth King Wise 28-ft. hay and grain conveyor with el~tri two 8-ft. McCormick-Deering disc harrows; pulverizer, tools, Tra~tor Circtflar Wood Saw. 1953 FORD TRIUCK 1~ Ton, A-1 Shape. FOUR WHE~L DRIVE GEEP. Several Hundred Bushels of Corn, Oats and Butchering Tools. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining Table and 2 Chairs; Breakfast Set with 4 Electric Table and Floor Lights; Library Table Table; Iron Bed with springs and mattress; 2 bureaus, straight back and rocking chairs; Desk Case Combine; 3 Old Clocks, Pictures and Picture 3 Card Tables, Mirrors, China Closet. Iron Stone Bowl and Pitcher; 2 To~let Sets, Large Collectiozt and Glassware; Lot of Old Books, Rugs, Lot of School Band Bells, Bacon and Lard, Lots of otlter, that are not mentioned. TERMS:--CASH On Day of Sale. NORVAL B. MORROW, ORNDoRFF, ~rHARPE and/ MILLER, Auctioneers. MOORE AND MORELAND, Clerks. St. James Lutherun Church Will Serve T~lm9h', MareJa 16, 33, 30 - 3:~.