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M~,~~~~t~ dria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Norman SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN ~ Prince, Sr., Mr. and Mrs Norman ]Prince, Jr., Mrs. N0na Bray, all ( i |~ [ i | of HyattsvilleI" Md., and Master 1 II I ~l Jamie Hobson. By Mrs. Stuart Crim --- Phone 725-7777 tion was held on Sunday after- I A sPecial service of rededica- ~.~I~;~Og..';;~:W~::~i,~.;.;:~g*.;~'~ ':', "~"o "~' ,"'?~ :~ ~:~" ~"~" "" *~'"-:~ c noon a the newly enlar~,ed and Graveslde Services for Mr. Luke Graveside services were heldI in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town at 3 o'clock on Monday af- ternoon for Richard T. Luke' whose death occurred on Friday afternoon at his home in Glendale Springs, N. C The services were conducted by the Reverend R. H. Stone of Glendale Springs, assist- ed by the Reverend Carlyle Mc- Donald. Mr. Luke was the brother of Mr. William Wysong of "Head Spring Pony Farm." Here to attend the services and visiting overnight with Mrs. Wy- song on Sunday were her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. (Certified Wiring) ---MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE remodeled Methodist Church in Phil Hubbard of Afton, Va., and Leetown; the service was conduct- her brother and sister-indaw, Dr. ed by the Reverend Raymond L. and Mrs. John W. Luke of Glen. Roderick, Superintendent of the dale Springs, their;daughter and Hagerstown District, and was fol- her family. Miss Shirley Macoughtry spent Sunday visiting the Reverend and Mrs. Jennings W. Hobson and their family at their home in Pur- cellville, Va. Others present for the occasion which celebrated the birthdays of three members of the family who were born in March were Miss Nell Hobson who is a student at St. Margaret's School An Tappahannock, Va., Jenks" Hobson, a senior at the Episcopal tiigh School in Alexan- Westinghouse Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES - WASHERS - RADIOS REFRIGERATORS - TELEVISIONS APPUAN CENTER Dial 725-5516 North George Street -- Charles Town, W. Va. The Harvey Shaffer Holstein Herd Farm Machinery, Equipment And Milk Dose On the Shaffer farm located Just north of Front Royal, Va., on Road 639, two miles off Route 340. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1966 10:00 Full Line of Modern Farm Machinery ineludlmg 3010 John Deere. Large metal corn crib and metal feed storage bin. Dairy equipment including 550 gal. tank and complete 6 stall Surge parlor. 100--Head Regi,stered Holsteins--100 70 Cows - 30 Bred Heifers and Young Calves. The health is perfect. The bloodlines are excellent. The production outstanding. Plan now to attend. MORRISON & MIME, Owners Front Royal. Va. A. DOTY REMSBURG Sale Mgr. & Auctioneer March 31-It- I I I I/I HI-I ' Wheaflami Farm Dispersal Sale OF VALUABLE FARM MACHINERY NEAR PUR~LLVILLE, VIRGINIA F AY, APRIL 1, 1966 AT i00 CLOCK (RAIN or SHINE) Having decided to diseonUnue faming, 0ocated on Rt. 287, 1 mile North of Rt. 9, between Pureellville and Lovettsville, Va., 9 miles South of Brunswick, Md.---9 miles North of Leesburg, Va.) at the above mentioned time and place I will sell the following: MACHINERY International 560 Diesel Tractor (1790 hrs.) with 4 row mount ed Cultivators. Fast Hitch McCormick 4 disc plow; mounted M 2 Cornpleker, International 460 Diesel Tractor (1098 ,hrs.), Inter national B 414 Diesel Tractor (736 hrs.) with IH No. 10 mounted mower, $. Deere 720 Diesel Tractor (2146 itrs.) With F 120 J. D. 3 bottom 16" plow. 3 pt. hitch. The above mentioned tractors are equipped with power steering and continuous power take off. Case 14" 2 bottom plow - 3 pt. hitch, CieTrae Crawler - Gas, oline with scraper and dozer blades, Internatlnoal B 24 Disc wheel controlled, 8' McCormick Graindrill - grass seed and ferti- lizer attachments, McCormick 2 row eorn planted. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Complete pipeline milkers for 85 cow barn that consists of app. 500' of pipeline, ~ unit Surge pump, DeLaval Combine milk pump, Milking units Surge, Condee and Marlow, Girton No. D 600 gallon milk tank (stainless steel). 1952 L.180 2.ton truck, excellent 16 ft. covered double, deck body, Good tires, good running condition, 2 COLTS--1 yearling, sired by Surrender. thoroughbred horse that was standing at B. H, Kelly Farm. 2 yr. old, sired by $10,000 reg. Welsh Palomino stud imported from England. Both out of 13% hand well-mannered mare. TERMS--CASH: All sales final. Not reslmnsitde for accidents on grounds. WHEATLAND FARM -- Spafford W. Schanck Sale Conduet.~l By--Northern Virginia Auction Co. Bovnnan. 338-7116 lowed by an informal reception. in the new addition to the church. The contractor making the altera- tions and additions to the build. ing was Mr. Thomas ttenry, of Summit Point Among those at- tending the service were Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heare, the Reverend and Mrs. Charles Reckley, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers, Mrs. Joseph Star- key, her children, Cheryl and Joe Starkey, and Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Rudolph. Little Miss Trina Propps of Charles Town spent the past weekend visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kciter, of Hagerstown, Md., were visitors on Sunday afternoon at the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. John Marshall. Episcopal Churchwomen to Meet FAST - CLEAN - SAFE POTOMAC EDISON Norman E. Kisner Nationwide Insurance says: "New fathers policy can pay triple benefits" NATIONWIDE'S new Fam- ily Security Plan---for "getting started" families with small budgets--can pa3r more than 3 times face amount. Your fam- ily could get $34,000 for a $10,000 life plan. Cost is low, protection highest when you need it most. Call now. NORMAN E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. N~tionwide fife Insurance Company Home Office: ColUmbus, Ohio MAN! , Yep, that's a hearing aid -- and it can help millions of per- sons. It's the SONET% the smallest aid ever made by pio- neering Sonotone. It's so light and tiny that it's worn entirely in the ear -- there's nothing outside the ear. You just slip the SONET in your ear and ingenious foeusecl hearing di- rects sounds to the eardrum. SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY, R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit will meet at 7:30 (/clock on Tuesday evening, April'5, at' the home Of Miss Frances Coleman. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ramsburg, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Iterbert Furr and sons, Jeffrey and Rick, Mrs. tterbert Ramsburg, of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Renner, of Berryvillc, Va. The South Jefferson Ruritan Club held its March meeting at the Methodist Church in Middle- way on Monday evening of last week. A routine business meet- ing followed the delicious dinner served by the ladies of the church. . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry at- tended the Open tIouse held re- cently at tbe 3-M plant in Middle- way when visitors were taken on a tour of the facility. Their eld- est son. Thomas Jr., is employed at the 3-M plant. Services for Lawrence Rogers Funeral services were held from the Melvin T. Strider Fu- neral Home on Thursday after- noon for Lawrence W. Rogers, aged 18, whose tragic death oc- curred on Monday afternoon when the automobile under which he was working slipped from the jack pinnmg him be- neath it. The service was con- ducted by the Reverend Millard 2'. Williams of Charles Town as- sisted by the Reverend John E, Kelchner of Hagerstown, Md., with burial in the Masonic Ceme. tery in Middleway. In addition to his parents, a half brother and seven half sisters. Mr. Rogers is survived by his wife, the former M~ss Peggy Virginia Housden, and an infant son who was born on Wednesday, March 23. in the Charles Town General Hospital, two days after his father's death. The Reverend Harry P. Light of Weinrton, was an overnight visitor on Monday of last week at the home of his brother and sis- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light, and accompanied the for- mer to the meeting of the South Jefferson Ruritan Club in Mid- dleway. On Saturday evening Mr and Mrs. Light and their chil- dren, Bobby and Linda. were visi- tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Larue aand their family near Rippon. The Women's Society of Chris- tian Service of the Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 o'clock on Wednesday evening, April 6, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Starkey. Mrs. Melvin DoPey received the following communication last week concerning an honor which was received recently by her nephew. Mr. William Psillas of Hagerstown. Md.: "The Connecti- cut Mutual Insurance Company congratulates William G. Psillas upon his certification as a mem- ber of the Million Dollar Round Table of the National Associationt of Life Underwriters." This is i the second such honor to be awarded to Mr. Psillas. G. E. Appliances Old Dominion Appliance Co. Phone 725-2811 W. WASHINGTON ST. Charles Town, W. Va. tI f =litlt= = $3.00 Per Week CHARLES TOWN GAS CO.. INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ' The Reverend and Mrs., bers from Martinsburg High, five SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S Charles Reckley had visiting with schools are participating. Mem- THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 them for several days last week bers on the ~omraittee represent- their daughter, Mrs. Paul Munson" ing Charles Town are: Bobs Hunt, " and her small daughters, SarahMargaret Byrer, Doug ~erKs, and and Laura, of Smithsburg, Md. Tom Kerns. Representing Shep- Also visiting the Reckleys on Sunday and attending the dedi- herdstown are: Kay March, Mar- cation service in Leetown with garet Rose Orndorff, Mary Ann them were Mrs. Bernard Baker Hammond, Steve Rentch, Brauny and daughters, Mary and Vicki, Hamstead, and Don Jones. These OF i of Flintstone, Md. students are working on the pro- t grams .for the Breakfast. Repre- Hereford Cows, Machinery & Feed seating Hedgesville High School 'rra er"- Breakfast -.r0up are Ruth Young and. Debbie. NEAR MIDDLEBURG, VA. ; Laing. On 1 l I_O_ aerwng Leanersmp ,,, Saturday, April 2, 1966 At 10 A. M. Once again students from theSMml MEMORIAL Eastern Panhandle are making Having rented my farm, located about 6 miles north of final plans for the 3rd annual burg (from Middleburg take route 626 four miles to Pot Mayor's Student Leadership Pray FUNFI L HOME then right on route 745 to route 733 for2 miles or from cr Breakfast, to be held at 8:30 ville south on route 690 thru Philomont for about 9.5 A. M. at the Shenandoah Hotel in Martinsburg, on April 2. Capt- then right at Maountville on route 733 for 1 ain Morris Cather, guidance coun CHAS. J. W. SMITH for signs) I will sell at the above time the following: selor at Hargrave Military Aca- Funeral Director demy at Chatham, Virginia, has 31 HEAD Of GOOD COWS--31 consented to speak to the stu- 304 West Washington St. Most of the high schools in the 31 Hereford cows, Purebred Hereford Bull and Holstein area are represented on the Corn Phone 725-5321 - Day - Night Auctioneer's Note: These cows are extremely well-bred, mittee. Other than a host of mere I and in excellent condition, with 24 calves by their sides and I I I rest heavy springers. The calves are all by outstanding from one of the best registered herds in the state. These are .worthy of anyone's attention desiring to buy beef T. B. and Blood tested prior to sale. Due to ill health and renting my farm and moving to a smaller house, located 4 miles south of Middleway, W. Va., 4s~ miles MACHINERY west of Summit Point, Jefferson County, W. Va., 3~2 miles Farmall Super C tractor with cultivators, plows, mower north of Brucetown, Va,, on: corn planter to fit, Farmall Super MTA tractor, tractor, Danuser post hole digger with 14" auger, PTO SATURDAY, APRIL 2,1966 hammermill on rubber. Model 80 Woods Brothers bush hog, BEGINNING AT 11:00 A.M. McCormick-Deering wagons, 3 barrel crop sprayer, loader. N. H. 68 PTO hayliner baler, New Idea 400 side HOUSE!HOLD FURNITURE rake. IH No. 19-B eight foot disc harrow, McCormick 7x13 M. F. grain drill. N. H. forage blower, 40 ft. of 8' pipe, Home Comfort range, (good condition); apartment size elect- mick field harvester, 14 F. springtooth harrow, New Idea ric stove; Oil stove; Kitchen cabinet; China closet; Drop leaf table; High chair; Old cradle; Studio couch; Sideboard; Buffet; row corn picker, A. C. 66 all crop combine, Cunnlngham 3 Stands; 3 Rocking chairs; Wash stands; Cedar lined ward- conditioner, McCormick 8 ft. grain binder on rubber, robe; Wardrobe; Victoria bed, springs and mattress; Bureau; mick-Deering manure spreader, 30 ft. Vanity with Bench; Old time bedroom suite; Old trunks; 2 Sew- ing machines: Porch glider; 2 Wooden tubs; Oil lamps; Electric F E E D lamps; Glass churn; Butter print; Iron griddles; Dishes; Lot of cooking utensils; Morris chair; Wheel chair; Wrat-Nots; Single About 500 barrels of good, yellow corn, about 200 bales bed; Bed clothing; I Picture easel; Picture frames; 2 9 x 12 Lin- good timothy hay. 1,000 bales of orchard grass straw and oleum rugs; 12 x 12 Linoleum rug; 9 x 12 Reversible wool rug; hundred bales of barley and other straw. Wash bowl and pitcher; 5 horse-power David Bradley garden tractor with cultivators; Sickle; Laying-off plow; Sulky; Snow TERMS--CASH: All sales final. Not responsible for blade and disc, all in excellent condition; 24" boy's bicycle; on the farm. Wooden storm door; Other doors; 21" Rotary, mower; Picnic table; Chicken feeders; Metal nest; Watering tubs; 170 laying PHILIP CONNORS, Owner Hens, heavy breed; A lot of articles too numerous to mention. MIDDLEBURG, VIRGINIA TERMS---CASH. Agent for Owner Lunch will be served by Ladies Auxiliary of Citizens Fire Ao diZerega, Jr. Company of Charles Town. / Middleburg, Virginia Mrs, H. Brent DeHaven Phone 327-6306 Sale conducted by: W. D. ORNDORFF; Auctioneer NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. Berryville, Va. 955.2632 Leonard Bowman - Purcellville. Va. - 338.7116 N. CLARK FURR; Clerk James deButts - Hamilton, Va. - 445-4120 Not Responsible For Any Accidents. Lunch will be sold on grounds. 1959 Chevrolet Pickup t/s-Ton, with cattle racks, in excellent March 31. condition. March 24-2t- I On the farm located on Reich's Ford Road just out of Fred- erick, Md. Take South Street Exit off of Frederick By-pass. MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1966 11:00 A.M. / 125-Head of Registered Holsteins-125 All Milking Cows--77 Head All Bred Heifers---20 Head All Open Heifers over 1 year old--23 Head Selected heifer calves under one year including 5 by Harbor- crest Sunshine. ONE OF MARYLAND'S TOP HERDS This herd has won the coveted Progressive Breeder's Award nine times! Production Tested-LCows selling with records to over 900F nearly all mature cows have over 550F. Classified--2 EX 17 Very Good 40 Good Plus 12 Good The Health is Perfect--T. B. Accredited and Bangs Certified. Calfhood Vaccinated. Tested within 30 days--Pregnancy checked Outstanding sires have left their mark on the herd. Treasure Model Reflection (EX - SMT) has 35 daughters selling that are cattle with great size, scale and dairyness. Included in this group are a number of animals that have distinguished them- selves in the show rin~. including All-American hofiors. Lockway Texal Ivanhoe, Grand Champion at the Pa. Farm Show in '63 and '64 and a sensational Ivanhoe son. has 15 daugh- ters selling, all near breeding age. Eight bred heifers by Elm. Becca Rag Apple Larry, an EX Ivanhoe son, also sell. Five sensational daughters of Ravenglen Rex Triune, will catch your eye. There are several by Mayers Majesty Duke. seven by Franlo Gen Treasure Model. others by Greenwood Sir Della, Gray View Skyliner. Sheffield Supreme Max, Rosafe Trustee. and Spring Farm Masterpiece. THE COWS carry some of the most popular bloodlines of the breed and are scored well above breed average .Many have top records and more good records are in progress now. Several have great show potential, also. THE HEIFERS---a sensational group! They offer an oppor- tunity to purchase animals that are closely related to former show winners in this herd. There are some good prosepcts for show heifers this fall. Many have a touch of Ivanhoe through his two softs that have seen heavy service in the herd. And don't miss the five exceptional Harborcrest Sunshine daughters! Here is a real opportunity to purchase top ~tuality Holsteins of all ages. Also Selling: Washington, D. C. Milk Base of approximately 3,000 lbs. Catalogs on request. Ray H. and Royd Smith, Owners MONOCACY MEADOWS FARM Rt. 6, Frederick, Md. A~ DOTY REMSBURG, Sale Mgr. R..CHARLES BACKUS. Auctioneer EMMERT BOWLUS, JAMES TROUT and GEORGE WM. SMITH, Auctioneers March 31.1t- Discontinuing farming we will sell on Honey Locust located on Rt. 671. 5 miles north of Htllsboro, V'a. and 6 south of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. on: SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1966 AT 10:30 A. M. LIVESTOCK 90 - Head of Purebred and Grade Hereford Cattle. 90 4 Charolais Bulls, 2 Pure Bred, 2 15/16, all With 'Papers 30 cows, several with calves by side, balance close Purebred Hereford cows with papers; 14 good grade heifers bred to freshen around sale date; 5 yearling Hereford heifers with papers; 10 good grade yearling heifers; 20 yearling Hereford steers; 1 3rd calf Holstein will be fresh by sale day, heavy milker. All cattle T. B. and Bangs tested within 30 days of sale. of these cows are bred to a Purebred Charolais Bull. Cattle will be sold in lots of 5 and 10. HOGS 6 good size bred gilts to farrow around April 15th. FARM MACHINI RY International 340 gas fast hitch and 3 pt. hitch, good 600 hrs.; International 33A manure loader with hyd. bucket: International 300 Utility Tractor with fast hitch; C International Tractor with plow and cultivator; John 12 ft. power take off Windrower; Little Genius 2 gang International 45 PTO Baler; 2 rubber tired wagons, 1 high racks for ensilage or bale thrower with hyd. pump With new bed; 1 Ford PTO Field Chopper with corn and heads; 1 J. D. 3 pt. corn planter with fertilizer pL cultivators with front attachments; International 13 drill on rubber, good condition; Wood bush hog, good 3. D. Model L tractor manure spreader; 3 pt. 2 gang Disc Int. 2 gang 14" and Int. 2 gang 12" Plows; Heavy Duty plow with hyd. lift; Single role cultipacker; 3 pt. Scraper J. D. 10 ft. Binder p. t. o. good canvass; $. D. Hay flu heavy 2-wheel tractor cart: Cement mixer with electric 24" Chain Saw; 2 electric chicken brooders; 5 battery metal laying nest: several wood turkey nests; L000 ft. pipe; several rolls of poultry fence; 35 ton Grain Bin for dryer, used less than one year; International K lt~ truck, good )rubber; Ford 1948 ~ ton pickup, runs good, racks. TERMS:---CASH: On day of sale. Not responsible for aceldett~ You are welcome to make inspections anytime before sale, H. C. MULLEN & SON Puredlville, Va. COOPER and MORROW, Auctioneers R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Lunch by Ladies of Hillsboro and Ebeneezer W. March