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, Upshur Count!es Added 0 H Students Attend "Know MRS AUSTIN NICODEMUS Your Government" Da Second Congress,anal Dish -- Y Lenten Services ~liliIiimillmill rhere will be Lenten Services ~i~;ii! Population loss as re- ,Marshall, Ohio, Taylor, and Wet- at St. John's Episcopal Church on the recent census West ize!. !~ been forced to red[s-I 2nd-Barbour, Berkley, Gran!,Rev.FridaY'TempleMarchwheeler24 at wil17:30:beThein ~+~ ii~Ii;;:illl ~;ongressional District IGreenbrier, Hampshire, Hard3, charge of the services. lhe number of District~ I Jefferson, ,Mineral, Monongalia, St. Johns Episcopal Church will iq'five. ' IMorgan, Pendleton, Pochontas, have their regular preaching ser- Second Congressional I Preston, Randolph, Tucker, Up- vice Sunday morning, March 26 Vhich is presently the Ishur and Webster. at 9:30. Rev. Temple Wheeler will L;trict~i . area-wise. + east of [ .3rd - Boone, Clay,. Kanawka, be in charge of the service. Sun- : Ppl River, two more iNmholas, and Rahegh. day School will be held at 10:30. ltve been added: Green I 4th - Cabell, Jackson, Lincoln, Mrs. Mitchell Boyd of Winches- !ty.and Upshur County. [Mason, Pleasants, Puttnam, Rit- ter Va. was a weekend guest at ::i~ ~ a predominantly/chie, Roane, Tyler, Wayne, Wirttile home of Mr. anti Mrs. Marvin" ~:~: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,! uoumy ant/ upsnur/and Wood Adams. r Predominantly Repub- / 5th - Fayette, Mercer,. Mingo, Dealer of Wayne Feeds :i:~ is /Monroe, McDowell, Summers and Mr. Paul D. Chapman, dealer a list of the counties |Wyoming of Wayne Feeds and Mr. Chester ~~ set-up. The New Con-/ ~ Echard Wayne feed representat- ........... +. the-up will be used in / Tomorrow is the greatest labor ive held a meeting for dairyman rFOr the first time since tne /saving device of today, and their wi~es last Wednesday P ogram was inaugurated a few County, Brooke, / ~--- Gilmer, Han-/ Swallowing your pride will nev evening at St. John's Parish Hall. years back, both Charles Town Mr. Echard gave an interesting ttigh and Page Jackson High Lewis, Marion, er give you indigestion, talk on feeding and showed a film which was taken from the Wayne Experimental Farm on feeding and caring for dairy cows. After the meeting refresh- ments of ice cream, cookies, and coffee were served. Pat Crouch, daughter of Mr. FOLLOWING FARM MACHINERY WILL and Mrs. Cecil Crouch has been 80LD AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON sick with the flu the past week and wasn't able to go to kinder- A garten. S APRIL 1961 Mr and Mrs. George Griffith and Debbie of Kearneysville, Mr. ARNETT'S GARAGE, NEAR HAGERSTOWN, and Mrs. Lois Carroll Jr. and sons Bruce, Beverly and Terry of BEGINNING AT 10:00 A.M. Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Homes FERGUSON Deo Side Delivery Rake. FERGUSON 3 Section Spring Tooth Hax- Type. FERGUSON No. 6 ADO 22 Disc Harrow Type. FERGUSON Two Row Rear Cultivator. Presgraves and Punky and Jim- my of Boyce, Va. were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carroll Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Myers and family of Rockville, Md. spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faulkner of Baltimore, Md. were guests of Schools had representatives this year at the "Know Your State Government' conference and pro gram held in Charleston March 6. About 450 students from almost every county in the state attend ed the Conference held in the Charleston Civic Center and the above picture shows Tommy Crane of Charles Town High; Wil liam Fleming of Page Jackson High, West Virginia's Governor W. W. Barron and Judy Jenkins of Charles Town IIigh at the State Capitol building in Charles- ton as the students were taking a tour of the Capitol Building. Members of the Board of Pub- lic Works and Governor Barron were the speakers for the confer- ence. The group in addition to touring the Capitol building also visited the Tabulating Division of the State Tax Department, the Charleston Airport, Morris Har- vey College and other points of interest. While there they also talked with State Senator Claren- ce E. Martin, Jr. William Jordan of the Charles Town High faculty Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus NI w FRAME and HITCH For Oliver Spreader. this past weel . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris and accompanied the group on the Lime and Fertilizer Spreader on Wheels. ---- ---- !rip to Charleston. ~; ~OWNN ~POUF? S~ITH ~ STR,])[, son ofNewCumberland. Pa. were Corn Weeder For Silo Distributor, - ................ callers at the home of Mr. Har- age Harvester with ,Corn [ TT T aT TT~'~r~ ris grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. tJ~r.~t,2t.l.A KIUl|12, L. Chapman on Sunday ad Used As Demonstrator to Fill One 30 Silo Farm Home Advisory Committee SED Front End Lift. .~a~ W'~+ ~+'oohI,,,+,., Q+The Farm Home Ad~sory Cam :FEI I OND FAORwME LL! oU!PM FNT CO ........... +-" + mittee of Southern States, Mrs. Charles Town, W. Va. Charles Adams secretary Mrs. Paul Chapman, Miss Edna Rap- ,,, ~...~. er and Mrs. Tom Magaha, chair- rraoxu~:-- man and Mr. Cecil Nichols mana- ........... ger attende& a meeting Friday oay ~~o ~llglll afterno~)n at Southern States to {areh 16 - 2t. : plan for a demonstration meeting! ik " I to be held at the community cen-i ,, ~I~,. ~ .,~,.~ ter in early April. This is going , "P UtJIIUITV to be very interesting on Year !~ .... li*UMIVlUll|// Round Gardens, Proper care of[ ~ERVIPF rnuNmv" ,lawns, landscaping gardens, what I + ~ ~, '.wr, ~m~m the garden does in the fail, win-I |10sing Out Sale WE ARE NOW ter, spring and summer and art Tt%TI~TT~T~I~.~ 17"/~D t of arranging flowers. Anyone in- " o~'~?~'~"~'~r ~'*~ terested may attend the date willI - ~ ~ ~'~ " " ~ '~ be annouced later. It will be war| : have leased 'my farm and am going to devote my SEPTIC TANKS: th your while to attend this pro- I '; ~ construction work only, I will se~ at Public Auction (PRICES') tective program against diseasesI ,~00 r,.~ m__~. "- ~, .... and insects on fruits, vegetables, P~ ~ ~axm loc~tted 8 miles South of Lovettsvllle, 9 mlle~ ~,~. zany, - ~r~.uu l ornamental and flowering plants. ~f Leesburg, on Route 9. Take Route 287 from Pup ~0 I Mr. Herman Swartz was recent I h to Route 9, then East on Route 9 between Clarks 800 Gal. Tank - $18.00 I guest at his brother'[n-law andI a'nd Hll~boro, Loudoun County, Virginia,, on to [sister Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Felt- UESDAY, MARCH 28, 1961 t,000to Gal. Tank - $28.00 I InerMr.f andBerryville'Mrs. HermanVa" Copley 1[ ;~V'NING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP: 1,500 Gal. Tank . $3800 Iand daughter Cherye of Bait[-[ \ ' lfl)TT/'~I~+T~I ~^ ~, ,,,,,, ~ I more, Md. spent Wednesday with [ 46 - HEAD OF BEEF AND ~,,,~,~ ~u- Jr- uzz ~ |Mrs. Copley's parents Mr. and[ i DAIRY CATTLE- 46 Feb. 23- 4t.--pd. /Mrs. Louis carroll sr. l I Mr. and Mrs. Orvil:te DeHaven/ ~rnsey Cow carrying second calf; 1 Guernsey Heifer I I III land daughter Gaile of Summit[ ~11 ~+ first Calf; 10 Hereford Cows and Heifers several ~1 /Point were recent callers at the[ ~e calves by side on d~y of sale; 6 Angus Cows and ~ [home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert An-l| 1 ders. , aeVeral will have calves by side on day of sale; 4 ~JHITH Mrs. MitcheLl B oYd whospent 11 a Ye&rllng Heifers, Z Black White Face Yearling " /the week in tippon where she [ ~ 1 Angus Yearling Heifer; 2 Angus Heifers, 6 mos. ~ " I V /was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles / ~tereford Steers, weighing around 400 lbs,; I Angus [Adams, has now returned to her ~rOUnd 400 ibs.; 1 Angus Steer around 300 lhs.; 9 [home in Winchester, Va. [ ~ Steers 700 to 900 ibs.; 1 Hereford Bull around 1100 D~I;A qD~l^.,,'~.=--- / Mr. and Mrs. Charley Heare/ liolstetn Heifers, 6 mos. old. ~utU - X~=l~;V~aou - /and son Rusty of Summit Point[ , . ,.. /and Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz/ any Donkey with harness and cart. rn tereo /of Middleway were weekend l ..+ .- .,~ -- . .,. / guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. / Nanny Goat and 1 Billy Goat. ,, L IW v . I: /Herman Swartz. I ff IE ~ ~ ~ / Mrs. Louis Carroll Jr., sons f~ev 1 I 58 . HEAD OF HOGS - 58 /erly, Bruce and Terry spent the| ;k Sow &nd pigs; 3 Spotted Poland China, So'ws, bred --~;~m- T~|,-~v~;~n /weekend with her parents Mr.~ h~,ve pigs by day of sale; 1 Red Sow wiU have pigs L..~,,aa~,~ ,~-.a...f,~.v., /and Mrs. William Grove of Berry-[ ville, Va. / f sale; 1 Hampshire Sow wH! have pigs by dgy of _ Apphanees ] Mr Calvin Boyd is a patient in i Sh0~ts, weighing 100 to 135 lbs.; 11 Shoats, weigh- WOrst Washington Streel /Winchester Memorial Hospital t~d 50 ibs.; 1 Hampshire ~md 1 Poland Chins Boars, q~"w~ ~ ~r, /where he was take~ on Wednes- i kly for service, x~ ..... ,, ' "'" ~ | day for treatments. FARM IMPLEMENTS ~, I I | Correction: Last week Mr. and " ' / Mrs. Melvin Scott of Sewell, N. Y. Vaall H Tractor, 1 Farmall C Tractor with mower .... [ gave a donation of four dollars to td I " " + I /St. John's Episcopal Church and ~swttor; 1 MeCormlek-Deering 13-7 Drill on Ferguson Baler, Single Row Corn Picker, David ] | " t ! |not four hundred dollars as was four bar rake on rubber; 2 disc harrows, 1 John ~ | in last weeks paper. t i . | Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Harris and hree section lever harrow; 1 pulverizer, 1 24' Con- T -~1 /grandson Ray Harris and grand- Sehn .Deere ~b-14" bottom plow; 2 w&gons, one on 1A I !daughter Angela Haris of. Raph- oae on steel; 1 John Deere Hammermill, 1 New Idest I OU~.~~L~E~.! line' V a. spent Sunday with Mrs. ~reader, on rubber: I Garden Tractor with eulti~a- |, >| | Harris s parents Mr. and Mrs. J. disc; 1 Tractor seed sower, 2 metal" hog feeders, ~4 [! I1~i COZII~IE~--o | | L. Chapman. 2 lar- TNE FAMIL"Y' L.IVE' | / Recent visitors at the home of A ge feeder racks, 1 corn pD.nter with 3-point lot of Chicken Equipment-including brooders, feed- 't '"~ r,- ,'~ :r,~j' | Mrs. Straith Briseoe were Mrs. Water fountains. Lot of log chains, shovels, digging ~ ~~~ r | Paul Keen of Middleway, Mrs. ~ malay small tools including many other articles IX]~. ~ ~~ | Paul Chapman and Miss Elizabeth l a well eq.ipped famn. I S th: Ruth Ridgeway of Marvin LUahela Oats, 125 Barrel Corn, 100 Bales of Good 1~ ~,~-~ _~} |Chapel, Va. were recent visitors l ~Y, 1800 Bales of Clover and Timothy Hay. ~ ~ ~ [ .~" "~ | at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- t~:[~ ~r'/hk~: k~" [l left Anders. Mrs. Ridgeway visi- 1 uODGE 3/4 TON TRUCK. ~ ~/-~]f [/J.~,~ff | ted with other friends of Rippon kIODEL A FORD COUPE. ~/[ I/~'J~)N~" |the same day. t:'CASH. 11~othing to be removed until settled for. [ Miss Lula Castle of Hagerstown eto~t~,,a~,~.l., /Md., Mr. and Mrs. Roner~ ~eaKe K. I. LEE, There is a full measure of | and Mrs. Hattie Hill of Charles PHONE:--Waterford TU~-8521 ....... e -/T0wn were callers at the home near g vtng unns m acn ........ ~of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman ORNDoRFF; Auctioneer. galLOn O~ our quality IuelIon Sunday erryville, Vm., 74-W-2. oil. Phone 118 for prompt I- Mr++ and'Mrs. Alec Carroll and ~ " ' r LAND, Clerk. servlce. :sons Alee Jr. Kevm and Leste l of Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. George Will Be Served by the Ladies Auxiliary of the V, !Griffith, daughter Debbie of Kear 1177. neysville were dinner guests at NOTE:--You will find this equipment in the home of Mr. ad Mrs. Louis a~nd ready for use. If you ~tre looking for good Carroll Sr. on Sunday. and stock, do not' fail to attend this sale. Mrs. James Wilson and Mrs. Mary Ellen Jackson of Hyattsville 16 and 23-2t. Md. spent Sunday with Mrs. Rob- eft Anders. ++tr. attd itr+. mtarto+ l:,tary Lot i, taho e:;. SPIRPP 0P Jl ,PI ER$oN Ai 0A received word from the depart-~Bonnie Painter, Sandy Rocken-l,r~Tr~r~,y M~or,~ .).~ ~aa~ ,~ r~ t " S' I + " lilt l~,~,J~#:'l. *I 1211~I.~. II *'m)~llt/l~l ~}~IJp ment of Urology hew ~sx year ibaugh A1 As, Leo Shreck. J~ - ......... old daughter Martha Adams will JUNIORS: Nonie Grinnn, Mary I ..... t ...... l enter University of Virginia has- Emma Kidwiler, Carolyn Oden, I t ouser, .Jeannette .r'ierson: per- moore, ratsy Kainey, uoreas L0n pital at Charlottesville Wednes- Elizabeth Twyman William lnon P, roct