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!had been place the,e by rs. p ani t for,he occasion. T, e,ol. were baptized subsequently, Mr. Thurman Hawk who has visi*ed Mrs" u*h and M*"'A P*R and Mrs. T. W. Welty and sons ~1--- THURSDAY, taken into the church member- been on the sick list is feeling Sunday. The Rev. S. F. Butcher, pastor Henry Clipp, Miss Margaret Ware lowing infants and children were ship were Mary Jane, Elmer some better and plans to go back The W. S. C. S. of The Metho- ~- of the Jefferson Charge of the Mrs. C. D. lviercer, Mr. and Mrs. baptised: Marcia Dawn and Son- Frank,lin Jr. and Betty Louise Dil I to his home on Monday. dist Church of Uvilla will hold Methodist C~mi'ch conducted.reg-Clarence Smallwood in memory dra Kay. children of Mr. and Mrs. low children of Mr. E. T. DillowI Mr. G. C. Pearl has been quite their monthly meeting Friday at ~. ~fi ular moI':~L~g w~rship services uf dccca~cd mcmbcr~ of their Melvin Anders; Vivian Ann, Car- Sr. and the late Mrs. Dillow, Miss sick and under the doctors care. 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Easter Sunday. The altar of the families. A large attendance was ol Jean, Frank Osbourn Jr., Ter~Mary Louise White, Carolyn Mary Kidwiler. " " I Little Johnnie Harding was bit rl Lynn, children of Mr. and Mrs. Ann, Terry Lee and Connie Sue ten in the face b a arran--~ do- Mrs. Gledieth Ports returned to WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER | Frank O. Howe]!, .Sr., Darlene Rowland, children of Mr. andlrlo i .nn,. th, ~,,, .... ~_ _[sS her home Sunday after spending CHARLES TOWN W VA - usoourne ann Heoe Lorraine, Paul Rowland Tony Darr-1 and ~ ....... ~: ............ ~ ~a~ a.u ~o~ ..... w. ;, ,-,~.. v-~__, r~ .... ~......~ ' " " I Cnlloren or Mr .ann ivirs. C. Henry Wavne Hill narents Mr ana M.e / o ~:~ d ............. T~.o~;f.1 ;. a$.~+i.,~, ....Ch~ ;. -- ~ if ._- , ," ~ -'----/seems ~- ~..,,, llTh~ ~-ha ~linqav n~ i Jt&u~JLLaz 111 J.JLg~LJLLLII~OLgI~. O11~1~ ~ Era " * ...................... ~'~ ~ I " nk Hill, Sue Ellen Bush, I ...... I much better now BEST MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING , me Qog was I I j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H O. " I Mr. and Mrs Marvin Breeder ~OR REACHING THE BUYING POWER OF JEFFERSON couN I A I~ h I I ~ I Bush; Joyce Elaine and Ellen, , ~IIImlm~I~lo li land family and'Mrs Owens John- SURROUNDING AREAS FOR MORE THAN 116 YEARS. I il It Iff II I / II I Louise, parents Mr and Mrs CHr K..,r llnn Hat I ston spent Sunday with Mr and OF ORCHARD EQUIPMENT, REAL ESTATE ' n . v -- v I .. I. "-- " " "" "tl"" , ,w.. i, .., l I I,, t u. Mercer, George uavld Boyer, I II tMrs. Tommy Muse and daughtersI Thursday, April 6, 1961 AND MACHINERY |i I ~u~r~J)uax~r, w. v2t. son of Mr .and Mrs. C. D. Boyer, I D~.~$.. ~.. 14tk D.*,~KJ,,,. [near Cumberland. I ~t I ~ / Sara Ellen, Caroline Magdalene I IOIIJ t/ll {}'till DIIIIlUa / Mr and Mrs Stanley Eye treat ............ NEAR PURCELLVILLE, VIRGINIA, ON III .............. / and David Scott Cloud, parents I Mrs Ro er ........led themselves to a new Chevrolet l 5PRIN6 Ct[ANIN6 FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1961 ~ rrtulvl wilL, MAle z~ , xir and Mrs StepHen Cloud, I . g a. ul]pp, air v:aSt,car for Eas'e ........ I Ill _ " " James Eugene" Gray and Rebecca, Liberty street, Charles Town, eel lwas "ood to ~iaeme r~aster raomt] STARTING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M. II | THRU SAT., APRIL 8 Ware, Mrs Paul Rowland of the lebrated her 64th birthday with a / s I Well, our near favorite season is upon us. For the atl Having said our orchard and farm, we will sell at the ~[ I ~ adult group with Mr. and Mrs. family get together at the home / Mr. W mer Bagent and Mr. I the transition from basketball to baseball has already above mentiioned time on the farm, located off route 7, about IJ I Burwell S. Ware becoming mem-If her son Mr. and Mrs. William ]anti ~virs. w~lttora ~pl.~zer ann zamI And our firemen can tell you that there have been ouite ~ Cli in Martins ny spent ~unaay wlm ~r. anct mile on route 720. Take route 720 between house and III ..... v....... bers by. transfer. Connle Sue I. PP . burg on Sunday,/M.o .... c~ ....... , ,~,.o [pie cleaning off their yards, only to find the cleaning pr00 ~z~.~ ~-u~a~z~raz,~r~ Kowlan(l and Belt Louise Dillow ~p~lt ~ .............. ,.,.,...o a~ *auuo , barn of Overbrook Dairy farm No. 1, located about 2 miles 1 I " Y I I hand All in all, it s a time for cleaning up And since we West of Purcellville, Va., or l mile East of Round Hill, Va., ~ll WILLIAM WYLEl~S ~rersentered as preparatory mere-Ill." w~Sree.atBti~dlng wlththe fame] Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bush of I subject may we commend those in our community who ta~ on Route 7. Watch For Signs. , Tho .......... " ' III ....... '-- *" .-" ...... ]MYarv ~.'.. r'Y~,~usaan',~ger an~ incar Bakerton visited Mr. and[ in ownership of property and who have exhibited this pride M A C H I N E R Y II I at............... I n i .w ... n .... Mrs. Day g y o day mght mg their properties neat and attractive Jefferson Countl . ~rs. ~tormer Howell spent a -- .......... vr,, ,, ,,--s,--- ~,,u e Ga eb M n ..... ' :: week recenuy wire tne zamily so- n-l._, ................. ~,.~.oMr " I " . International AD-6 Crawler Tractor Recently overlutuled; I[ I ~ nf h,r dnu~,ht,~r Mro atr~..... ~.^ ]Fries and granddaughter Wammv I . . and. Mrs. Clalson Henkles lunate to be host annually to thousands of tourists. We welO H. G. Cletrac Tractor and cultivator; Bush Hog used 2 sea- . . . . I w o oy of Falls Church, and we ho e " d wi] ......... o ......... o. - ann ne a ' I! I ~~ Icy, Martmsburg while the latter If.M artmsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Har Iv" ..... t *h ...... u~,n ,.,i*s u, p they will hke us and our community an ._ sons; Rose tree hoe used 2 seasons; Ford weeder, Ford cement j~ --- v .......................... 1~ II I ~?~]&..I-~. was a "atient in the Kin- D"""" 1 o1(I unrman and daughters, Joy I '; :~- ....... " I with words of praise for us. Each of us can play a part ermiXer'on rubber;6 row weediH haySprayer'baler,grainjohnbinder'Deere grainCaSe manuredrill on rubber;Spread" |l I ~~~ ters Hospital Martinsbur~ fors~r: [ce and Kay of Kearneysville; Mr. al~.~ ~rs. unarley ~ageoy ann ram pleasant impression of our County in the minds of our v~ lime spreader on rubber; Oliver plow--14" bottom, cultipacker, II I ~~-.-~ gery. Mrs. Foley is now at her tand Mrs.. Roger E. Clipp and dau Yl~Ir ........ can each resolve not to play any part in littering the higl elevator with electric motor, tractor wagon on rubber, two I', I ~i~ home and is convalescing satisfac tgmer, ~nrlsta.of Charles Town; I of alaara~ mrs~ ?ea~eaAmDrose I can each do our own small part in keeping our properties farm trucks, 1 Ton 1952 Model ChevrOlet Pickup Truck, disc II I ~~I~~ torilv I,vtr. ann Mrs. unarms bioole ~or- ~ ..................... w--i ,.,... harrow, 22-inch disc, side delivery rake, wooden wheel wagon, II I ~~!i~ "" I wood, Pa Mrs William Li, t. I ents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose I "''" _, ., ~r~, " " " eD hammermlll with screens and cydlone; corn sheller powered II I ~~~ AmlIImIIItIIIqI ..,.. I Billy and Sarah Link of Shenan. [Sunday. I .Tldlness .lS cheap, and we hope all our county prop ~fl with :~i horse motor; garden tractor, rotary lime spreader, ~ II I IJ~PX/NIII Hill I doah Junction Mr and Mrs Joh,~ I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Potts of Bol ] WlU recognize its value. Spring is here. Let s make it 1oo~, lawn sweepers, (one hand and one self-propelled); 7 H.P. 48 II I ....... " '"" [B ver of ..... livar spent Monday with Mrs Bes inch chain saw, power take-off mower, milking machine with o. Charles Town. . II / ~~ Changeable Weather [ One of Mrs. Clipp's daughters I~e Gageby, Mr. find Mrs. W. E: in the Sunday School room of theiSt. Phillips Episcopal t two units, burr grinder. o ~ageoy were umner guests ot ORCHARD EQUIPMENT II| ~ The past week sleet, hall and]and family were unable to be pre ......... ]Lutheran Church The troop held ]Charles Tow~ Ill ~ snow. One week this past Monday [sent Mr and Mrs Dale Eber and Imr" anu mrs. Dave tJageoy ~un ]their usual o"enin- a''~ "~'~" ] Surviving are her, Sprayer--500 gal. tank on Cardox chassis---55 g.p.m, pump I[| I I cA~s morning one beautiful spring [family of Dowingtown, Pa [~ay; ........ I .... ~v,. s .-,, -,=~, [Henry Richardson srnitl powered with a Ford Industrial engine completely overhauled II| I i / " / - " vlr ann vtrs btanley zomDro mey mane raoolts out ot wasnl den morning warm and beautiful sunA pmnlc lunch was served and " " I Mrs Bertha Snow last year; 2 sprayers both with 500-gal. tanks with 35 g.p.m. 11] ! WINNFR 0[ [ . and daughter spent the weekend, cloths with cakes of soap, pipeI " Wll pumps; 2 delivery tanks 500-gal. with tank fillers and agitators; .. F shine; clouds gathering and look a happy afternoon was enjoyed .,~*h ~,- ~,..~ a~.o tr~..~ ~...~.. .] ........ .~ ,., ....~ ~... .~.. both of Charles To., / cider mill complete with racks, cloths, pulleys, etc.; 1 poach [ I I ~ " II / ing pretty heavy as we may get |by Mrs. Clipp who received many I J: ....... ,. ~;.~ ~,~ .... %~,.v ,~-s~-~: 1~-~%-,~,2 -,,~ .0~,~o:,~. 3,~ ,,~u Ithers, Robert, Donam, grader with brushes and sorting roll; 2,000 new field apple [i I ~ AC~mv / Sem;ing efidst:: nr2nnd atxe.]nlceandusefulgifts" a a e iYs.a ffy tteropa Se %t r n l MargsrU :r crates, 5,000 old field crates, 150 cherry crates, 70 step|adders, rs 14 straight picking ladders 16' to 24', 25 apple barrels, eider II I I ed with some sleet. Tuesday rain J II [1 ~I [ [~nA:heYenfegr Charles TownI SpiAk~rr the Brownie Good by [Mrs. Sylvia Bishop, mill cloth washer. Apple grader to handle 2,000 bu. of apples I I I ~ ,,-~,- | , ..........., .............. i [l~ U L r Miss Beverly Bragg of Washing [Song the meeting closed at 5 Ishirle., Smith M- V a d~y complete with basket turners, 250-ft. wl~eel track, 100-ft. ~ in the early morning with clear I[: . " " . " Berry, Mrs. Irvin of roller track, 20-ft, of roller track, 2 hand trucks, 6packing [I I II pICmTI b! [ nesdayUmorn ng' ra e/'o ' e[ By Mrs. Lena Ambrose [taneSPsen~irt.h:n~V~v~rk:njdo~Vithrherio'clock. IMrs. ettyFisherand ringssold asanda unitPans' 2or lar~eby thedllypiece.trucks" The above items can be I Ii j chillYbe vervSider~rnfnrtnhloA little sweater~h ..... would o,/ Miss Becky---'----Staumbaugh of ]Missy. Dorrene" Gageby" of Washing~S [MRS. FLORA~E SMITH DIES / ge...Rideoutt. -*~ ......................... ton " . " The remains are a~ I.~rge cold box, 50 ten qt. cherry buckets, I0 picking sacks, doors, some clouds in evenin Charles. Town spent the weekend spent the wekend with her [AT HOME IN CHARLES TOWN ~,. c,,],ni,~ u~ 25 apple barrels and other items too numerous to mention. I! PERFORMANCES: and ...'--~ ,m. ................. g[wlth Miss Joyce ~ageby. parents Mr. and Mrs. George Ga-J iT. Stride..~.: ....... F!~, ..- ..,u. x.ut~uay mud.lug culu [ eb and br t er 1 _.--7-7--. . in ~anson from WOV, , REAL ESTATE / I.....~n~ 0~,.,,,.,~, ................. ,=.u~x,~-~ penetrating, air. and in the late ev /lvlrs['Mr'and~vla MrS.~n W.le E.wereGagebYsu ander `g y ~ h G enn. ] Mrs.. Flora Elaine. Smlth, 45, of/win................ ho hold ~af.rdaY enl ry g pp Challes Town died Wednesday 1~ /I..-n 6 4 .............. ng we did have some little~ "- ...... [t~ ,= .., [ ' [with the Rev Chl Purcell s Packing House located near Southern States tn / I vw : o-ruffian r. snow flurries also makin,, the air l guests or vtr. ano lvtrs, tieorge I Kr wnl /rtlflN i N I morning about 5:30 at her home I,-,ioi~i,.,o. T:tt, iol Purce~tlville will be offered at the conclusaon of sale of per- 11 much cooler Friday ~morning Gageby and family SaturdayI ..ql~lf,,lI~ IIVVp I ~ [following an illness of about 11 Iview' eme+? :'"" "~iandn lseveralacre Ofotherground.businesses.This bulldingowners excellentreserve thefr rightStrageto SPECIAL MATINEES ON heavy, felt more like a heavy Mrs. Edith Welty of Sl~enan- Makes Cloth Rabbd The deceased was born Feb. 14 Commissions are reject any or all bids on Real Estate. mict ~,a ,-~*h,,. ~ m ....... r,t,~ doah Junction, Mr and Mrs John 1916 in Charles Town, a daughter n it .................. " *" . . argumentswo , /I ..... a. - - - -~= .~; a~ ...... ~,,,a~ i ...... Welty and children of Waynes-IBrownie Troop number 15 of of the late James Howard Ride ~ii /1 ~rs~L~y - ~aturu~y - ~unaayu... ..... ~ .................... " boro Pa Mr ...... 1 " made F U R N I T U R E |l " " " in- late rain turnin to sleet Sat .... anu ~vzrs. l~eale Am/Ranson met for their weekly meet |outt and Bertha Athel Snowden./ " , Open 12 45 Curtain 1 15 P M g g , [ / I 3 beds complete, buffet, china closet, chest of drawers. /I ..... urday morning cold but sunshine brose and son of Charles Town ing Wednesday, March 29 at 3:30 [ The deceased was a member of Advertis, In The i desk, dresser, chairs, 2 rugs and other items. Furniture will /I --- w.,c. was a little more comfor i J be sold first. A table. = .- TERMS:--Personal Property Cash. Re~l Estate announced [I - DMISSION - i Mr. Floyd McDaniels finished / on day of sale. [I ......... !some plumbing he did for Mr. J. H. PURCELL /I ~lgn~ anu ~ummy ~vmunee i Ronnie Garza at his summer cot- ][ Adults $1.00 . Child 50c I tage as the zero weather was a TIPPITT'S HILL ORCHARDS }1 litle rough on some of the water Sale Conducted By ' " ~ !pipes. NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. ] | Mr and Mrs Leslie Hytonen of MATINEES EXCEPT SUN I " ' Leonard Bowman, Purcellville, Va., ED 8-7116 || " Falls Church, Va. motored from Adults $1 00 Child 50e James deButts, Hamilton, Va., GI 5-4120 [I " " i their home Wednesday to their Lunch Will Be Sold bY IJee Chapter of U. 0. C. /I ~. t- .... n^a l,ranch home along the Blue Ridge April 6 and 13 '*2t. ' /I -~, ~=~ ,~a..~t:.=u !and planted some flower bulbs I II and also shrubbery and some ~r Sore on r@ 10 x 28, 4-ply regularly $57.40* Save now and get greater grip too . . . the tremendous draw-bar pull that lets you cover more acres per day. This terrific traction comes from extra-wide tread, from greater height at shoulder, cleated outer bar, and double- bite lug that digs in at 2 levels. Self-cleaning tread snaps back automatically to knock out packed soil. Rough tough Rayon carcass wears long. Special rubber resists the }ife-shortening action of barn- yard acids. Ask about the Twin Guarantees. 10% down, 6 months to pay. 12M OIL $2.$0 for 2 gals. iiI regularly $2.95 I ends the changeover chore. Heat- ~ |~~ proof, cold-proof 12M is right for all ~ ~~~:t 4 seasons--winter, summer, spring, fall. [~~~i~ Right for every farm engine, too--tractor, car, stationary. Get top perform- ~ ance.and save to0! (lOW-30) UNICO REAR TRACTOR TIRES Regular Size Ply Price SALE PRICE Plus Tax Plus Tax 8.3 x 21 4 $ 37.45 $ 34.77 9.5 x 24 4 44.65 39.77 11.2 x 24 4 51.85 45.77 10 x 28 or 11.2 x 28 4 57.40 44.25 11.2 x 36 4 73.00 60.77 10 x 38 or 11.2 x 38 4 78.35 67.77 12.4 x 28 4 69.85 60.77 12.4 x 38 4 89.35 76.77 13.6 x 28 4 80.25 69.77 12.4 x 38, 6 100.60 85.77 13.6 x 38 6 114.45 98.77 14.9 x 38 6 137.05 115.77 UNICO FRONT TRACTOR TIRES Regular SALE Size Ply Price PRICE Plus Tax Plus Tax 400 x 12 4 $11.30 $10.77 400 x 15 4 11.70 10.77 400 x 19 4 13.55 12.77 500 x 15 4 13.70 12.77 550 x 16 4 16.15 12.10 600 x 16 4 17.50 16.77 550 x 16 6 20.40 18.77 600 x 16 .6 22.00 19.77 Only those tires priced in the "Sale prier" column are available thru this agency. FREE MOUNTING SERVICE FARM PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE. Phone 43 Ranson, W. Va. I ALL FLAVORS gal. c O I I I each I I for c YOUR FAVORITE NEWSPAPER Martinsburg Journal, Washington FR END 1 Ill I FRESH CH CKENS (WHOLE) lb. 29 TENDERLOIN END CUT lb. 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