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Miss lian Myers W.M.S. Meeting The Women's Missionary Soci- ety of the Leetown Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Lillian Myers Thursday evening, March 10, at 7:30. The meeting opened with hymn "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing." Mrs. Mill rd Will2ams was the leader. St. John 20-21-21 scripture was repeated by all. Theme. "So Send ] You"; iJrayer by Mrs. Williams; topic of lesson, ' ro Witness to the World at Wiltshire, "We Pray for Amer- late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bear. ,,ica"; ,,,pra r by .Miss. Wiltshi e,. ,,. . }Home Demo. Club Meets Prayer for Mlsslonarzes, on pra ..... len b- ""^'-^- The Jefferson Home Demon- C ll " stratxon Club met at the home of o ectlon, $7.05; Blbl .............. t, ........... $1.70. Roll call, 13 members and r rs. taui Miner, earneysvnie, one visitor; all committees re-.on March 1, for an all day meet- ported. Talked about fixing meal t rag. for Mrs. Cora Stevens after she In the morning committee re- returns from the hospital for corn- ports were given. After a deli- munity mission work. Talked cious covered dish lunch the over Mission Stury course which was held One night for all groups. GrOup meeting April 14 at Grace Baptist Church here. Prayers were said for Mrs. Hughes who is seriously ill. She is the Wife of Mr. Hvghes of fhe Locust Grove Rest Home in Bolivar. Refreshments were served by the hostess which was followed by a social hour. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fellers, Home"; hymn, "Hark the Voice [of Trenton, N J., Mr. and Mrs. of Jesus Calling"; Scripture, [Cl arles Webb," Ellic0tt City, Md., Rev. 14-6, Acts 17.26.' land rs. Lewis Sager were week- Those taking part "were Mrs. J end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hugh Collis, ' cripture Study; Sager. Mrs. C. H. WalkerI "We Lool The Rev. David Camden is America; Mrs. William Hen- holding revival service ia D.eex- dricks, "It Happened Among In- fie|dl " dians"; Mrs. Hugh Cat![ , "It Mr. Harry Compton, of Chi- Happened in Mississippi; Mrs. cago, Ill., visited Mr. J. Clive Melvin Magaha, "It Happened in Myers last Wednesday. Mr. Comp- Texas"; Mrs. Sisk, "It May Con- ton lived here a number of years tinue With You"; Miss Camilla ago with his grandparents, the F!ETI'$ P I tCY 104 E. Washington St.. Charles Town DIAL 725-7321 CHESTER, VA. DIRECT FROM ITS ROAD SHOW ENGAGEMENT PLUS! Walt Disney's "TATOOEB POLICE HORSE" West Virginia applegrowers get good mite and mildew control from KARATHANE "We used KA ATH SS from pipk spray to the end of the season in each spray and obtained exceJlent control of mites and powdery mildew. We found KARATHA S to be the most effective miticide available in 1965." George R. Crim Summit Point, W.Va. "We experienced great difficulty in controlliog European Red Mite in 1965 with the miticides which had previously been effective. As a last resort we t ed KAItA H S LC at 6 oz. and were mighty pleased with the exceptionally goo kill. We expect to use KARATItANE next year." Edward W. Miller, Jr. Orchards, Romney, W.Va. Through West Virginia orchards, growers are experiencing aimilar remits to those of Mr. Crim and Mr. Miller. KARATHANE not only suppresses mites of many varieties but controls powdery mildew as well. This double-action miticide-fungi: eide can be applied as a liquid concentrate or wettable powder. In- elude it in your 1966 program. See your farm supply dealer for appli- cation details. Ka~t~'~ is a trademark, Reg. U.S. PaL Off. and in principal foraign countries. KARATHANE FOR MITE CONTROL 1:30 p.m. MX. Carson Jenkins, of S tanl, ey, Va., spent Sunday with Mrs. Os- car Seal and her sister, Miss Lil- lian Yager. Miss Eleanor Ann Shirley who teaches at the Martinsburg High School accompanied the basket- ball team to Buckhannon last Thursday and returned home Friday night. meeting was called to order at 1 Mrs. Lewis Sager, who spent o clock. Devotions were present- the winter months with her son- ed by Mrs. Paul Miller. As there in-law and daughter, Mr. and was meeting in February, Mrs. Mrs. Abner Whitmer in Alexan- ltarrls umblin gave the lesson dria, Va.. has returned and is via- on Viet Nam this month. She Ring her son and daughter-in-taw, presented a' very interesting and and Mrs. Donald Sager near informative report. Mrs. Roy Shepnerdstown. Mrs. Sager Blackford gave the lesson on plans to return to her home here "Safety on the Highway," which in the spring. was most instructive .She closed Mr. and Mrs. Claude Webb and her lesson with a highway quiz baby, of Washington, spent the which all enjoyed. Plans were made to have the annual St. Patrick teaat the home of Miss Anna McGarry on March 17 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Mary Grayson gave a beautiful Organ recital. The meet- ing adjourned to meet with Mrs. Fred Hosfeld on April 5 at NOTICE Of SALE Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County West Virginia, made and entered on the 9th day of March, 1966 in Civil Action Number 789, entitled Dorothy H. Henesy, Plaintiff, vs. Darwin M. Henesy, defendant, we will on Saturday the 9thday of April, 1966, at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Charles Town, West Virginia, at !1:00 A. [M. o clock of that day, offer for sale to the highest bidders, the following described three parcels of real estate, all located in the Town of Charles Town, West Vir- ginia: weekend with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and rs. Elvry Ebersole. 5 (il OV Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart are proud parents of a fine baby daughter, born on March 8 at the Charles Town General Hospital. Both mother and baby are at their home doing fine. The little miss has been na ed Lucinda Eline, after her grandmothex. The mother is the former Miss Patsy Grove. The family has now two girls. Mrs. Annie Grove returned to her home on Wednesday from the h me of her daughtei: and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ever- hart. She is doing as well as can be expected. Best of luck, "Annie." Mr and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers, of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Earl hart and children. Also were call- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ever- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ers of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. hart, Mrs. Paula Everhart, Miss THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1966 Howard Ever art: ....... Lincla 'Staubs "'and" Miss "Dari'ene Mrs. Leona Staubs, of Middle- Everhart, Mrs. Judy Cogle way, spent the weekend at her S --U home here. On Sunday along with her son and family, Mr. and GO TO NDAY Mrs. Raymond Staubs, of Shep- herdstown, she visited her daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole in Purcellville, Va. M r. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter, Christine, were Satur- day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and family in Mannmgs. Mrs. Beulah Bussard, of Kee- 4ysvt e, was a visitor on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and sons, Mr. Thurman Piper mo- tored to Beckley on Friday eve- ning to bring Mr. and Mrs. Pete Whitehair down returning on Saturday. Little Orlan Jackson has been a patient in the Charles Town General " Hospital for se, eral days. ])trs. Earl Rodgers and children, of Brunswick. Md., were visitors on Sunday with her mother, Mrs. 'Hazel Danner and sister and hm- ily, Mr. and Mrs. David Staubs and son, Paul David Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Stewart and sons visited the foTmex s par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart in Bakerton. Guests during the week of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and fam- iUy at their trailer were Mrs. Jean Whitehair and sons, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Everhart and chil- will sell the following, located 7 miles NoFth of Martins- Having sold our farm and discontinuing farming, we will on premises along Quebec School Rd. just West of Rt. 17 3 miles S. Middletown in Frederick County, Maryland on: THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 AT 10:00 A. M. TO-WIT 56--HEAD DAIRY CATTLE--56 Thirtx-elght are milk cowst, all Holsteins except one Twelve have been fresh in past 60 days, several fresh by or close springers, balance full milk. Ten heifers to freshen in April, May and June, some may fresh by sale. Eight open heifers in varying ages. Herd is T. B. and Bangs accr~lited and certified and 30 test for interstate shipment. Milk base of about 1,100 lb. D. market, if not sold before sale. HOGS Two Tamworth sows due to farrow about sale time, one race sow due In April, three shoats about 100 lb. each, and Yorkshire boar. bmlfffftm $3.00 FARM MACHINERY MasseyFerguson Model 6,5 tractor operated less than 3{)0 per Week same as new. Massey.Ferguson Model 50 tractor in good order, good rul CHARLES TOWN Massey-Ferguson cultivators, 3 bottom 3 pt. hook-up plows, - bottom 3 Pt. hook-up plows, 7 fL mower with 3 pL hook-up, 12 disc drill, all above make, in good condition, also real loader with bucket. I t McCormick.Deering Model 16 Fro field chopper with 114 North Cl arles Street head, Massey Harris silage blower, Mc-Deering Model 46 b CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. heavy duty disc harrow, McC-Deering 3 pt. hook.up corn pLal New Holland Fro manure spreader, Case grain and bale vator, Twin-Draulic post hole digger, Case offset disc hm Saxten harrow used two years, large spring tooth harrow, Deering rubber tire silage wagon with false gate and r( 2 low down rubber tire fiat bed wagons, unloader unit motor, Lilly fertilizer and seed sower with 3 pt. hitch and neW, smoothing harrow, eultipacker, New Holland side PARCEL A. That certain lot Rodgers and children, of Bruns- with a residence thereon located wick, Md., were Sunday guests of on the west side of South Mildred their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Street in said town, said ] ot being Rodgers and family. designated as Lot No. 13 in the Mrs. Esther Spitler and chil. plat of the subdivision of the dren, of Baltimore, Mr., visited land of the Hunters heirs, said lher daughter and son Brian, in plat being recorded in the Office Ranson while she was up at her of the Clerk of the County Court mother's. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard. Of said Jefferson County, in Deed Book 97 at page 394. Said lot fronts 66 feet on said street and extends back feet to the cen- ter of an alley in the rear thereof. Said lot was conveyed to the plain tiff and the defendant by Guy P. Ebersole and Grace E. Ebersole, husband and wife by deed dated March 26, 1956 and recorded in the said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 211 at page 489. .PARCEL B. All that lot with house thereon, fronting 84 feet, more or less, on the northern side of West Congress Street in the block between West Street and Water Street, with a depth of 133 feet, more or less, and also the right tO use an (Idjacent st p of land as an alley along the east Side of said property. Said lot was conveyed to the plaintiff and de- fendant by Edward Lancaster and wife by deed dated April 27, 1956, and recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 211, at page 488. PARCEL C. All that certain parcel of real estate improved by two houses, etc., thereort, one fronting on Lawrence Street and the other on North Street, situate in Charles Town, and being Lot No. 1 oa a plat made by J. Ja , Skinner, S. J. C. on September 25, 1956 and recorded in Deed Book 2i4 at page 233, with dee ! to Elsie Virginia Painter (Lot No. 2) and described therein as follows, to-wit: "Beginning at a point in the east line of North Lawrence Street, corner with Painter, then- ce N 17" 52' W 54.8 feet with the line of said Street to the corner of the house fronting thereon at the intersection of said street with North Street, time,tee with the latter's south line N 72 10' E 135.2 feet to a post, thence S 16" 51' E 55.5 feet to a stake corner with Painter, thence with the north line of said lot No. 2, S 72" 30' W 134.2 feet to the point of beginning." Parcel A is located in one of the most desirable residential dis tricts in Charles Town. Parcels B and C are now rental propert- ies. Each of the three properties will be sold separately. For in- spection of the premises, Call Kenneth W. Metz, Charles Town, Wes Virgini& TERMS OF SALE: One-third the purchase money, or so much more as the purchaser may elect to pay, cash in hand on day of the sale, with the remaining unpaid balance to be paid in two equal Installments, the first due one year after the date of the sale, and the second ,due two Years after the date of the sale, with said unpaid balance to b ar interest at the rate of 6% per annum, payaple am .ually, the purchaser to. execute l 'fS in- terest bearing notes therefore, due as afore.x td, said notes to be secured by a first deed of trust on said property to be sold. ROGER J. PERRY Bonded Special Commissioner. KENNETH W. METZ, Special Commissioner CLARENCE E. MARTIN, JR. Special Commissioner I, Mary Lynn Riggleman, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, hereby certify that the abqve named Roger J. Perry, has given bon i as required by the said decree with surety approved by me. MARY LYNN RIGGLEMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court of Jefferson County. Ma ch 1044. Mrs. Renatha Waters and daughter, Doris Jean; and grand- daughter, Darlene Williams, of Bedington, were Sunday guests of the former's brothers and sis- ters, Mr. Walter Cogle and fam- ily, Mr. Howard Cogle and sons, Mrs. Elsie Cook, Mrs. Leon a Everhart and their families. bur , W. Ya. 1 mUe East of ]i edington. W .Va. Turn East: off Route 11, at Bedington Cross Roads. Follow sig . F] ]DAY, A,p'RIL I, 1966 BEGINNING 10:00 A. M. 44HEAD HOLSTEIN CATTLE--44 40 heifers (3 mos. to 1 yr. old). 2 cows (dry), Registered cow Show M id Gray Citerion, Registered Bull Rampart Triune Rag Apple. FARM MACHINERY, Etc. 2 Oliver 70 tractors with cultivators; M.M. tractor; 2 Farmall F.12 tractors with cultivators; Case combine; John Deere hay baler (wire); N. Idea pull type mower with p. t. o.; Allis Chalm- ers corn picker; Int. tractor manure spreader; N. Idea side Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart rake; rubber tire wagon; field sprayer; disc harrow; spring and son, Chuckle, of Dargan, tooth harrow; Genius 2 bottom plow; hammer mill; 1 row corn Md., were guests on Friday eve- p anter; baled hay loader; Int. 2 Pt. hitch corn planter; culti- .ning of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ever- vator for H tractor; McD. corn binder';" Int. cream separator; i ' milker motor pump; pipeline and units; meat g nders; lard presses; meat slicer; gas grill; meat blocks; metal and Wooden LET 0 U R barrels; elec. motors; ~sst. of harness and fly acts; corn sheller; gr!ndstone;' 195.6 1 ton truck. , "WATCHDOG" HORSES---Palomino riding mare; 6 yr. old riding and dxiving ' O I L H EAT horse; yearling pony; trotting pony. '"~,~" ~ , SERVICE ANTIQUES &HOUSEHOLD uwDS Baby eril s.; rope and spool beds; iron griddles; waffle iron; flat irons; muzzle loader shot gun; Long Tom single barrel shot gun; and other guns; small iron wood stove; stone hammer; hand carved shaving cabinet; kettles; brass and wood butter print; lamps; rockers; picture frames; old sideboard; Majestic wood kitchefi stove; Majestic wood and oil stove; kerosene heater; dinette set; tables; chairs; 2 televis~0~S,) mounted eb~er heads; yard chairs; National cash regi~ter; Allen cash register (like new); and other articles too ~umerous to ment iom TERMS---CASH. Nothing to be removed until settle f0r. GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES OF KABLE 0IL CO., INC. D TRIBUTOR Norman E. Kisner Nationwide Insurance says "New policy can pay trip!,, e.benefit$" NATIONWIDE'S new Fam- ily Security Plan---for "getting started" families with small budgets---can pay more than 3 times face amount. Your fam- ily could get $34,000 for a $10,000 life pla Cost is/ow, protection highest when you need it most. Call now. NORMAN E. KISIK Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg..Phone 72 -5814 West Liberty Street MORROW And BOWLUS--Auctioneers R. E. MORELAND--4~Ierk CLARENCE OPFUTT & SONS Not responsible for accidents on l remkes March 17-2t- The undersigned repxesentattves of the National utheran Home far Aged acting for Misses A. Ruth and Grace L. Link, will sell at Public Sale the I inl residence located on the comer of Prospect Aven e ,treet, . heEi erdstown, Wdst Virgi[nia SATURDAY, MA, RCH 26, !966 AT 11 "00 A. ANTIQU FURNITURE - Cherry ioveseat; cherry extension table; walnut chfst of drawers; walnut dresser; cherry blanket chest; walnut be(lside stand; several walnut tands; marble top walnut stand; several small, old mirrors; walnut jewelry box; 3 old straight-balk chairs; 4 matching chairs; other straight- back and rocklqg chairs; several converted oil la~nps; silver- war'some sterling; silver tea service; silver ice holder; china and glassware; )rass candle holders; brass bowl; brass kettle; stone pitcl er jars; old weaving I om; wing chair; wooden bed; old pie safe; ironstone bowl and pi[tcher; 2 pow4el: l orns. MODERN FURNITURE - 2 double beds, co nplete; 1 iron single bed; 3 dressers; White sewing machine; small flesk; studio couch; hat rack; magazine rack; umbrella holder; straight-back and, rocking chairs; 3 oveg-stuffed claairs; some rugs; glas tray; 2 card tables; pictures and picture frames; books and book ends; clothes hamper; composition wardrobes; wooden bed; bed and table linens; china and glassware; book ack; kitchen stool; jardineer; serving tray; glidder and 2 lawn chairs; kitchen drop-leaf table and chalks to match; floor mats; porch screens; ki hen t bl ; l gtgl ire refrigerator; eiectric stove; 3 burner Perfection oil stove; small oil heater; coal, Heatrola; 3 oil Heatrolas; 2 coal heaters; 2 c0al hdds V tshing" bachine; wash tub; f; wer pots; glass jars; level and pla e; electric fan; electric clerk; other a les too numerous to mention. PROMPTLY AT I:00 P. M., The 10-ROOM FRAME .HOUSE AND LOT WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE. TERMS: CASH . NoShing to be removed until settled for. ,Stanley E. Eye Rev. John Grissingfr CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Nationwide Life Insurance Co~i~ny Home Office: Columbus, Ohio Acrid. g for Misses A. Ruth and Grace L. Link Auctioneer: EDWARD (Ned) MORROW Clerks: MOORE & MOORE March 17.2t- I1 .... I livery rake, 40 ft. extension ladder, Forney electric welder plete, iron kettles, sausage grinder, boards, other tool , woot saw, lot firewood, posts, s all hand tools, etc., shovels, scoops, chains, belts, etc. 60 Legkorn Laying henS, some poultry equipment. Hay, straw, silage, barley and corn left on farm at time of HOUSEE[OLD--Copper Clad coal or wood kitchen range, straight back chairs, Walnut extension table, old cradle, 3 beds, rocke , straight chairs, bureaus, washstands, GE good as new, kitchen cabinet, crocks, jars, tubs, pots and etc. and many items not listed TERMS--CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for Mr. & Mrs. Ernest E. Phone EMMERT R. B WLIJS A. DOTY REMSI RG, Auctioneers HORACE M. ALEXANDEI , Clerk Lunch by Gleaner's Class, Middletown Lutheran S. S. March OF Livestock, M chinery and Furniture NEAR LEESBURG, VIRGINIA SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1966 10 A. M. This sale will be held on this day if at all possible but in of extreme weather conditions sale will held on March 23rd. ,Having sold my locate about 9 miles south of (from rou 7 at soqth end of Leesburg take route 621, green Mill Road, for 6 miles, then on route 625 for 3 miles from Gilbert's Corner at intersoction of routes 15 and 50, east I mile on route 50, then north miles on route follow signs on sale day from Leesburg) I will sell at the t tree the fal! in : 7 ,3---HEAD LIVESTOCK--73 32 head of large llalste heifers--seine of these bred for freshening, maJ ri oft re t breeding size. 8 yearlings and Holstein helf l s. Itratlcally all of the above heifers out of dispe salps outstanding Loudoun County Hols d Herds l ast'fglt, va$ i, ted,d hqrped and most are artiflcl 4 spr gix l oJs in 9nd2 springing Guernsey cows, 14 eellent quality b!ack.w hlte face beef cOws--al! bred to reg. ford bul! and somecalves by side. 4 registered cows ealves . 2 grade ,Her o alt d calves, 1 Hereford heifer. Registered Angus bull from ou tanding Angus Herd and yearling lIlereford bull Holstein MACHINERY 1962 F.10Q Ford pickup with stock racks, IH 340 Utility (1126 hr,), IH 350 Utility tractor with Torq, ye Amplifier power t keoff, etc:, fin e cbll nt condition, H 300 Utility with 7, ft. Kosh side mower, U-34 IH manure loader, 2 H" IH plows, quickhltch n ver, ckltt,te Ford bush windshield for 350 tractor, New H01|afid SpI:eader on N. EL 68 HayU er balee, 3 rubber tirol Tago0s, (1 with sides), New Id.ea 95 bu, [rator spreader, N. H. side rake, Cunnlngham hay conditioner, $. D. hay fluffer, 2 spray rig on rubl er s p ngto ,th harrow, J. V. disc rnbber transport and hydraulic lift, $. D. pull disc, 32 ft. eleva r, tractor grass seeder. Majo ty of the above machinery bought new by Mr. Fox, on small farm and in excellent cpnd!t[on. 2 wheel cart with sides, McCulioeh chain saw, 100 ft. duty extension cord, 2 drive belts, cable, lawn roller, barrow, anvil, corn sheller, let of tools, wrenches and y left on farm at sale day. FURNITURE A lot of modern furniture, (ncinding 3 complete twin suite SALE ORDER: FurnitUre, achinery, Ltyestock Only ad appear In this paper. TERMS: CASH. All sales final. Not responsible for on the farm. MAUm P. FOX, McLean, Va. Sale conducted by: NORWERN VA. UCX 0N CO. Leonard Bowman - Purcellville, Va. 338-7116 James deButts -Hamilton, Va. 445-4120 Lunch will be sold on the grounds. March