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tl I NEWS HAPPENINGS IN I By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 III I I i I~V. S. F. Butcher P. C. con-[Bart Johnson of Leesburg, Va. ducted a most impressive service Mrs. Joseph Mercer has return on Sunday when eight local rest- :ed to her home after a visit of five dents became members of the i weeks in Roanoke at the home of church. Three of the group name l Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Hausenfiuck ly Walter Burdick, Lewis Carroll, i Her son and daughter-in-law Mr. Jr. and Joyce Dillow were bap- and Mrs. Clifton Mercer and two tized. Others were Joyce Mercer, children Terri and Jeffery of Jane and Susan Rissler, Harry Camp Hill, Pa. were visitors Sun Marshall Kable and Howard B. day afternoon, Bu.~h, i On Sunday Mr. Bob Bush of On Saturday Gem John N. An Avon Dale Farm accompanied by drews owner of Avon Wood Dairy his brother and sister-in-law Mr. Farm and Alvin Bush, operator of and Mrs. Alvin Bush and their Che farm attended the Ives Dairy son Stevie and Miss Cecelia Pipes Cow Sale near Frederick, Md. all of Avon Wood Farm motored where they purchased 8 cows to to Clarksburg, W. Va. on Sunday. be added to their herd. On Mon-Mrs. Gertie Boyd has been quite day Alvin bought four cows fromill this past week. Her family physician made two vi~iL.~ with her. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White and daughter Brenda of Berryville, Va. spent Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Willard N. White. Mesdames Cornelius Mercer and Lewis Carroll Jr. local representat ives of the American Red Cross Campaign have been engaged in their activity this past week hav- ing good results. Miss Margaret Johnson spent Sunday afternoon with her bro- ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees of Gerrardstown Henry Clipp is engaged in tear- ing down the tenant house on Hawthorne Dale farm owned by Mrs. Hebe Dick. The last occup- ant was the Ben Vorous family. The usable material is being trans ported to the Clipp farm to be used in building sheds and other out buildings, in the future Hen ry plans to tear down a dwelling located in the woods along Mai~h run on The Rocks farm. Cadet Eddie Ware of V. P. I. is home for the end of third quarter vacation from Monday until Fri- day. The mother formeriy Mis~ Shh-ley for ~he package. Cogle. Both mother and daughter This trend is making it necess- Trooper Ward Speaks To are doing fine. ary for the weights and measures , Mr. and Mrs, John Whithair inspectors to spend more and and son Keith of Harpers Ferry more time on the reweighing ofII ~vJ~ann. Workers-lllA-~l Club were Saturday evening guests with packages. Each inspector is equip-' the latters parehts Mr. and Mrs.ped with a sensitive over-and-an- Howard Everhart and family, der scale with which he reweighs State Trooper Ward held the at- Mrs. Betty Buford returned to representative samples of the var- tention of the members of the her home after spending a week ions commodities being given, i Happy Workers 4-H club at the on basic with her husband Pfc. ------------~--- home of Richard McCauley on Gerald Buford at Fort Eustis, Va. March 11 at 8:00. Safety on the Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and Mrs. - Committee highways is the theme for the Dehna Staubs and son were shoD- 4-H Clubs this year. Trooper day. I?eports ToFiremen highway accidents in and around Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman thec ounty. The discussion was and family the formers mother helpful and interesting, it was en- Mrs. Mary Chapman of Middle- The Shepherdstown Vohmteer joyed by all the members. way, Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brans-Firemen at their regular monthlyA safty committee of Richard wick were recent visitors with Mr. meeting this past Monday received McCauley, Anna Louise Whitmer, and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and a very favorable repor~ fromthe Bill Hockensmith and Daniel family, nd childbuilding fund committee, thus farBurns met after the meeting to Mrs. Shirley Chapman a i,he building committee has receiv- discuss the program of safety for ren of Middleway were Tuesday ed and turned over to the treasur- another meeting. visitors with her mother Mrs. er approximately $3,080 as are-~ The program for next month Prances Rodgers and family, suit of recent drive conducted by will be on 4-H facts. See you Gilbert Wayne Cook son of Mr. the firemen in order to start re- there. Elsie Cook enlisted in the U. S. modeling firemen's hall. However Reporter of the Happy Workers Army and is stationed in Fort all of the teams have not tom-4-11 Club Jackson. S. C. Mr. P~oland Staubs of Balti- pleted their collections and many establishments to whom letters have been sent soliciting contribu- tions have not been heard from as yet. The committee and firemen hope for a ~avorable response from che remaining persons and more, Md. was a caller on Sunday with his brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and children of Chestnut Hill were vis By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard itors with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and family. "------ Mr. and Mrs. James qrouson Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of and family of Leesburg, V'a., Mr. Baltimore, Md. were Saturday visi and Mrs. David Brackett and Miss tors with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Betty Viands of Milville were visi- Cole and family. :tots with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mr, ~nd Mrs. Captain Rodgers Cogle and son on Thursday. and children and Mrs. Delma Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Staubs and son Lewis and Mrs. children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard business firms as it is of extreme importance that the building con struction be started this spring. A report was received from a com- mittee of Charles Town Fire De- members re}ative to the possibility of securing radio equip ment for Jefferson County, same' to be issued and {nstalled in fire apparatus in this county. A re- Ethel Buzzard and granddaughter Cogle and sonvisited on Sunday quest was made that Shepherds- Nancy Davis were Sunday visitors l with relatives in MillvHle. town send a representation also ~vo with the formers daughter and ~ Mrs. Shirley Long and infant include the mayor of our town to family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chap daughter returned to their home si,t in the meeting with Mayor's and firemen ,from Harpers Ferry man in Middleway. , on Monday evening from the Char and Charles Town and the mem- = Mrs. Meade Everhart was a los Town hospital. caller on Sunday with Mr. and bers of county court:This meet~ing Mxs. Howard Wilt and family near n--al Weights A will take place in Citizens Fire Virginia. 12 at 7:30 p. m. FABRICS t'or Draperies, Dresses, Shirts, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler of Natio nd Hall on Thursday evening, March Baltimore, Md. spent Monday Suits, GREATLY REDUCED, Come and see night and day Tuesday with the ]i~ latters mother Mrs. Ethel Buz- ,-,e sures Wee][ Former County Resident Died in Carlisle, Pa. for yourself the BARGAINS you will find dur- zard and family. Then they motor ed over to Martinsburg and visi- Ever consider what a muddle ins this PRE - INVENTORY SALE. ted with an aunt and uncle Mr. the world would be in if we didn't Mrs. Beatrice L. Ward, 37. Ne- and Mrs. Woody Huff. I have such prosaic regulators as gro, wife of Donald J. Ward of A Fine Daughter standard units of weights and Carlisle, Pa. died Sunday at her M Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long are i measures? , ~home. ARCH 23 - 28, 1959 the proud parents of a fine daugh Without such units, our complex A native of Shepherdstown, she ter born ,to them on March 15 In way of life would quickly be plan- ,was born on Jan. 2~. 1922, a dan- Charles Town General Hospital. ted into chaos, declares Mr. H. ghter of Robert and Viola Cream o Mail or Phone Orders will be accepted The family has one little boy Billy. Richard Kennell, who is calling er. N to the public's attention the "Nat- She had resided in Carlisle for tonal Weights and Measures the past 11 years and was a r~em at Sale Prices. , Week" which was observed March ber of West Street A. M. E. Zion 1-7 in honor of the 160th anniver Church and the usher board and sary of the enactment of the first 20-40 Club of the church. She was weigLts and measure law by Con- also a charter member of the Wo- : PUBI[C SALE gress in 1799. man's Voters League in Carlisle. Surviving are: her parenks in "When the housewife buys a Shepherdstown; her husband, at pound of meat or the motorist a home; daughter, Viola Ward, at gallon of gasoline, they depend upon the accuracy of such meas- home; two sisters-Mrs. Frederick urements," Mr. Kennell said. T. Hodge, Carlisle; Mrs. Kingsley OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE "Not so obvious", Mr Kennell Washington, Shepherdstown; said the the tens of thousands of three brothers-Charles W., Tho- COUNDUCTED BY ways in which accurate weighing mas W., and John L. Creamer, NULL & NULL and B0WLUS, affects our way of life. "]lake such Shepherdstown; and several nie- things as weighing ten dollar bills ces and nephews. AUCTIONEERS. for instance. Many banks now Services Will be held Thursday weigh they money instead of a,t 2 p, m. at Asbury A. M, E. Discontinuing Dairying on premises known as "The J.H. counting it to check the count on Church in Shepherdstown with & William G. Baker Farm" (now owned by Alpha Portland packages of bills and coins. Scales ,the Rev. Jefferson McCullou~h Cement Company) loeatet~ 3-miles Northwest of B uck~vstown so sensitive they can immediately and the Rev. Wesley W. Bowden on the New Design-Cemetery Road, in FreuerscK Lounty, detect t21e absence of a coin or a officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cem- Maryland, on single 'bill are drastically cutting etery, Shepherdstown. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1959 downing moneyn .theintediouSbanks.,,task of count BEGINNING AT ll:00_O'CLOCK A.M. In manufacturing things Mr. THE FOLLOWIN~ TO-WIT: and Mrs. John Q. blic eat, wear Order of Publication. and use, weights and measures are 137 - HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE - 137 indispensable, he declared. THE STATE Or" WEST VIR- The millions of commercial tran GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: 95 Large Holstein Milch Cows,~ several will be fresh, some sactions by weight and measure close springers, balance in full flow of milk. This is a nign W. oVerry Grove in our state must be supervised AT RULES held in ~he Clerk's producing and testing herd, milk goes on Washington market, for accuracy. The financial stakes : Office of the Circuit Court of Jeff- 40 Holstein Heifers, 6 bred, 1 registered; 34 are yearlings and involved are enormous. Last year, i erson County, West Virginia, on weanlings; 2 Registered Holstein Bulls. Majority of this Agency the weights and measures depart-March 2, 1959. herd raised here on farm and axe from some of the best ment inspected 46,000 scales, and Albert Newman, widower; Annie gasoline pumps, eheckweighed 6,-L. NeWman Reed, widow; Mac Dams and Sires in Frederick County. PHONE 216 000,000 packages and engaged in Robert MeBrier~glaimiffs Majority of adult cows and all heifers vaccinated for Bangs. Newman McLain, widow; ~nd C numerous other activities. This herd is T, B. and Bang's Accredited, last test witlml CHARLES TOVI~ W, VA. The trend toward the sale of 30 days of sale, eligible for interstate shipment. Health commodities in package form, pre , .Dorothy N. Cl~rk and Warren sheets given with each animal, pared prior to time of sale, .is in- Clark, her husband; Elizabeth N. creasing steadily. This is especially Jackson and Alex Jackson, her noticeable in food merchandising, husband; Lolita Newman, unmar- State laws demand that all pre- ried; Lewis Newman and D~isy packaged food. commodities be la Newman, his wife; Bertha N. Tay- beled with the true net contents lor-and Rictmxd Taylor, her has- in weight, measure, ok, numerical band; Laura Lee Newman, an- count, together with the name of ma2ried; George Newman ~nd the product and the name and Mattie Newman, his wife; Law- address of .the person responsible fence Newman and Corn Newman, his wife; Francis Newman, unmar May be inspected at your convenience. Loading chute available. Plain to attend this sale. NOTICE:--Dalry Equipment Remains on Farm. TERMS OF SALE:---CASH with Clerk on Sale Day and NO Animals Removed Until Paid For. Lunch and Refreshments Served on Premises. Anna Louise Whitmer High School Science Class Is Taught Soil Water Conservation During the past week our eight grade Science Class was taught on Soil and Water Conservation at the Charles Town Junior High School. The farm of Roger Z. Bane of Summit Point has been gone over in preparation of ~ revision of his SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMeRS 6--B THURSDAY, MARCH 19, itmT ~ ~m~ et m-v~ tram gd$ Maytag. F~cluatw Gyrdeam wa~l Easy Terms. Low Down Payment* Trade-In. Come in Today! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO. PHONE 226 CHARLES .Moving to a Smaller Apartment I ~,Vill Sell at Sale, Valuable Personal Property, located at 511 East Street (Washington Court), Charles Town, W. Va, o~ SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 5 Piece Walnut Veneer Bed Room Suite, Double Bed springs and mattress; Dressing Table and Mirror, Dresser, Straight Chair, 2 Boudoir Chairs, Double with springs and mattress; Upholstered Rocker, Oak Case, Mahogany Coffee Table, 3 Piece Over~tuffed Room Suite with Slip Covers; Sofa and 2 Chairs, Oak Breakfast Set with Porcelain Top and 3 Soil and Water Conservation Plan Boudoir Lamps, 2 Folding Screens, fix 12 Green Soil tests have been very much 54"x27" Green Wool Rug 2-Piece Wool Hall Runner, inweek.demand Soil t, es~s againwere during made thefor past R. ' in '. 9x12 Fiber Rugs, 2 Kitchen Cabinets with Porcela ,~ Flower Stands, Books, 2 Porch Screens, 2 Porch GI!! A. Dailey, Charles Town; Hunter Benner and Herbert Everhaz't, Curtain Stretchers, 2 Wooden Tubs 2 Galvanized Kearneysville. Tubs, 2 Clothes Lines and Post; Kitchen Utensils, PO~ The District Supervisors of the Eastern Panhandle Soil Conservat Pans, Garden Tools, China and Glassware, 2 Benches, S ion District held their monthly and Lots of Other Articles that are not mentioned, meeting Wednesday evening in Martinsburg. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled ATTE UNDAV ROGER MANUEb ~-f'~f~"~"-~'g~'-~'~ II. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. PITT,q-.IF, FI I ,R,qON c.W. MOORE, Clerk. T H E A T R E March and -2t CHARLES TOWN W. Matinee Saturday2:00P. M.,, Holstein Dispersal Matinee Sunday 3:00 P.M. $ Night 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50c C. HOW RD WEBER HERD March 19, 20 and 21 At the farm just off Route 40 on Ernestvill~ Road, Big Spring, 15-miles West of Hagerstown, W~shington C"~ SATU2DAY, MARCH 28, 1959 . ~";~ THE 8TN ...~Di G G PROMPT AT I0:00 A- . 140 " HEAD OF HOLSTEINS - 140 ~.~,~.~;~ :~ ~ ,40 REGISTERED --- 100 UNREGISTERED . :!!i:~i~ ~ 1 HERD SIRE -- ACCREDITED CERTII'II~t Mostly Calfhood Vaccinated. Tested within 3[] d~ The Cows--Fresh cows and springers, a large numb,;r~, O i freshening cows. 24 are registered, the rest are U.~;; ~::~: purebreds. These cows are producing under very ora~r**~ ditions. Breeding and freshening dates and results o~ nancy examination will be a~nouneed at the sale. .-~t HEIFERS ! HEIFERS ! HEIFE: ~ A large group of well grown outstanding heifers of,~]~ .Technicolor*'" ---all home raised. Many sired by bulls In Md.-W. ~'~j S [RWIH [W"'I(AtRYRfi Stud, others sired by the herd sire who is a son 0, Great Ovation. He is also selling. " its ~'~'~"~*t n~n~'~"a ~i~[I ~'ci~[N beenPlantouchedt attend.! The potential of these coWS p '~':'~e~"t"~;'~:'~"~'~*'~:~ =~-'~" ~'----~" ~ m ISALEet in of V'qLLo BE HELD UNDER co VEI~ ' Co p te l'e o m dern farm machinery sellh ._-'2---7"- Sunday Monday ~" ow mounted corn picker for M Tractor, Case ele, r2nd: Including 3 Tractors (Farmall M, Farmall I March 22, 23 and 24 disc.,arrow, 2 manure spreaders (New Holland and Gehl for age harvester, Kools blower, Cunningham tioner, drill, sprayer, wagons complete with attachments; mower, rake, New Holland baler, ger, many other pieces needed to operate modern TERMS :--CASH. C. HOWARD WEBER, BIG A. DOTY REMSBURG. Sale Mgr., Jefferson, HOWARD C. BARKER. Assisting, Frederick, Auctioneers:--Cattle - R. CHARLES BACKUS, Machinery - LEWIS RENNER, Clear March 19 - It. T~e True Story lehind the West's Strangest WALT DISNEY'S J. RUSSELL ALLNUTT, Owner SALE HELD NEAR BUCKEYSTOWN, MD. NULL & NULL and BOV(LUS, Auctioneers. Frederick, Md. H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. March 19 - It. I am Discontinuing Dairying and will sell on the farm where I have rented the past several years known as the "Boots" Waiters Farm along Ballenger Creek Road, 3-mile.~ North of Point of Rocks and about 10 miles S. of Fred- erick, near Doubs, in Frederick County, Maryland, on - TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1959 A LASTIN TESTAMENT BEGINNING AT I1:00 O'CLOCK A. M. TO-WIT: TO YOUR DEVOTION- ^ Rock of Ages MemorialI 53 -- HEAD REGISTERED AND 'GRADE HOLSTEINS -- 53 tied; and Richard Newman, a rain Order 0: Publication. or; C les a minor: James Newnmn, a minor and Jos- THE STATE OF WEST VIR- ephine Newnmn, a minor; Robert GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: Newman, Jr., unmam-ied; Eugene AT RULES held in 'the Clerk's Newman and Villa Newman, his Office of the Circuit Court of Jeff- .wife; Lillian N. Myres and Joseph erson Coun, ty, West Virginia, on Myres, her husband; Richard March 2, 1959. Newnmn and Arlene Newman, his Frederick O. Byrer, as adminis- wife; Norman Newman and Es- trato, d. b, n of Mary Louise Wag telle Newn~n, his wife; Geraldine amen, deceased; and Edna W. Kel 1~. Montagaze and George Mon~ag ly and Harry Kelly, her husband; ue, her 'husband; Allen Newman, and Bertie W. Boyd and Clarence unmarried; Mary Newman, un- Boyd, her husband, plaintiffs married; John Newman, Jr. and VS Muxy Newman, his wife, defend- Fifty are Milk Cows of which 8 are registered, balance are heavy producing grades. 80% of this herd is fresh or have freshened since January 1st. There are 12 cows which Elvy "vVagaman and Elvy Waga- ants man, as guardian of Marjorie Lou OBJECT'OF SUIT ise Wagaman and Marjorie Louise To partition certain real estate Wagaman, an infant; and Charles owned by the late James Newman Town General Hospital. Inc., a and obtain specific performance !West Virginia Corporation; and of contravt of sale as to certain Melvin T. S~trider Company; a of his heirs and for general re- West Virginia Corporation; and lef. John L. Van Metre; and L.C. It ~ppearing, on affiduvi,t filed Briscoe, Commissioner of accounts in ,this sui,t Vhat the Defendants- and C. A. Hehle, Sheriff of Jeffer- Elizabeth N. Jackson and Alex son County; and Elvy Wagaman, Jackson, her h~sba~d" T,~t~ administratrix of Wflbert L. Wag Newman, unznarried; Lewis New- Thewhole purpo otmemo- aman, deceased; and all unknown man and Daisy Newman ~ ....... rial art is to ~ommemorat~ creditors of Mary /_~uise' Waga- Newman and Cora New will be fresh or close springers by sale. This herd is prac- tically all young cows. Two Springing Ilelfers coming with the personality and acom- man, deceased; and all unknown man, his wife; Frazacis Newman, plishment~ of an individual creditors of Wlibert L. Wagaman, unmarried: Robert Newman, Jr., first calf. One Holstein Bull. or family. Rock of hgea' deceased. ; unmavried; Eugene Newman and This herd is mostly home raised and is T.B. and Bangs mkilleddeaignstafftranalatomThe object of the foregoing sui VaUa Newman, his wife; Lillian is to subject ~he re~l estate of the N. Myres and Joseph Myres, her Accredited and test will be run within 30 days of sale so them aeeomplishmenta Into decedent, Mary Louise Wagaman, husband; l~ichard Newman and that amimals can go into any herd. Individual charts on beautiful memorial duigm. each animal on day of sale. ~ Them hi no finer to the paymen~ of her debts, to Arlene Newman, his wife; Norman pa~iion"certaln real estate and, Ne~maz~ ~nd Estelle Newman, his DAIRY EQUIPMENT way to ,how your ]wife; Geraldine N. Montague and d~i:~J devotion to I lov~l for'other relief., "' ; It ~peparlng, on affidavit flled lGeorge Montague, her husband; Dari-Kool 250-gallon Tank, good as new; DeLaval 4-Unit o'~b.~f one. . in this suit, that there may be Allen Newman, unmarried; Mary Milkers with extra pail, motor pump and pipe lines: 52-gallon Electric Hot Water Heater, 3-Section Wash,Up Tank, Can o~ I~W~ ,~,*0 ~w~ Dml~ unknown creditors of 'Mary Louise Newman, uT~married; John New- Wagaman and unknown creditors man, Jr. and Mary Newman, his Rack and Buckets, Stewart Cow Clippers. SOME MACHINERY M A R T I N S B U R G of Wi]bert L. Wagaman, such un- wi'fe are non-residents of ~he known creditors of each are here- State of West Virginia and are by required to appear Within One 'hereby required to appear within New Idea side delivery hay rake, Allis Chalmers side de- GRANITE WORKS Mon, th after the date of the first One MonCh after the d~te of the livery rake GI manure spreader, traetor type. publication of this order and do first publtca, tion of this order and FEEDS:~-AII Silage. Hay and Straw not used by time of sale. FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. what is necessary to protect their do What is necessary to protect interests in this mabter. It is or- their interesCs in this m~**er. It TERMS:--CASH ~n Day of Sale. 109 West John Street dered that a copy of ~his order be is ordered that a copy of this or- fo~hwlth published once a week I der be Tor~hwi~h published once a RALPH H. VIRTS Martinsburg, Wo Va. i for three consecutive weeks in l Week for t2,.ree consecutive weeks PHONE TRemont 4-3247 ~Spirlt of Jefferson.Advocate, a ltn Spirit of Jefferson Advocate a EMMERT R. BOWLUS and ; newspe4~r prin~'d in :the town of I n~r printed in ~'he town of DF-I, BERT S. NULL, Auctioneers. Charles Town in hhe C~unty of ,Charles Town In the Courtty of H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. W.M. JONF.~ I W.M. JONES Lunch By Ladies of Point of Rocks Methodist Church. A~mmo~m Jefferson. ' IJefferse,a. Clork of the C~vc~t Court I . Clerk of the Circuit Court Maxch 19- It. Frederick O. Byrer ....... P.Q. Lee Bushong ...... P. Q. March 5-3T- ~ March 5-3"1"- m T|CHNICOI.OR m SAL MINEO OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ~L~ ,1~ R.~I[II ~ ~t ~ t~I~ CONpUCTED B~- NULL & N LL, AuctioneerS' Sunday Shows:--3 & 8 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday March 25 and 26 Singing up a STORM in his newest musical hit! Starting Friday, March 27 We the undersigned Discontinuing Farming from state, will offer at Public Sale on ,Sielibel Farm" located on Sandy Springs and 1-mile West of Bu~tonsville, adjoining Route 198) in Montgomery County, Maryland, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. 1~. TIIE FOLLO~VING TO-WIT: 45'-- HOLSTEIN MILCH ,coWS I5 are coming with second calf, 7 are registered Academy herds and bred by Champion Bull. 30 several will be fresh, some close springers, balance of milk. Majority vaccinated, T. B. and Ban~ last test within 30 days of sale, eligible for ix ment. Health sheets given with each animal. EQUIPMENT:---I. H. C. Tractor, 7 disc. 7 disc, B. C. single row corn picker, D. B. I. H. C. I0-ft. wheat binder, John Deere tiller, tr~c Ferguson 3 pt. side delivery rake, riding Ferguson manure spreader on rubber; New spreader on rubber; 500 pound feed mixer, lime 16-inch Hammermill, 16-ft. sleigh with 4 motor, 15 h. p. 3 phase motor with starter. laneous articles. " 100 BBLS. OF PRIME CORN. NOTICE:---Dairy Equipment Remains on Far~' TERMS OF SALE:---CASH with Clerk on sale NO property removed until paid for. Lunch and Refreshments ~Served on dses, WARREN D. SEIBEL EVANGELINE M. SEIBEL, PHONE WAlker i O~Aet IO~ Y~t aNN( UY#~ G ti[ST0tl. BRYHN[R. 0vV[R. ROBIHSON WoN,t ~fB~ JOHN DF CARLO. PAG[T ' D[R[K NULL & NULL, Auctioneers. Frederick. Md. MELVIN H. WESSEL, Clork. March 19 - lt. f