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, ......... * law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Cla-/l+er-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Pembroke Fort Benning, Ga. having eomplet 218.00; stoeker and feeder :eers f SPIRIT O1v JEFFERSON FARMERS LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND gett Warfield and their daughter ~roxe and their daughters .......... at ed his basic training at Ft lack- up to 2600" stock heifers and 6--B THITRSDAY. APRIl, Caroline. Upon their return hem( / mir home in Winchester, Va.son, S. C. two weeks ago. bulls by the head up to 160.00; ~ __ -- SU~M~T }.|~T~|r~| they were accompanied by theil/ Mr. andMrs. C.T. Hardesty3r. MissJoanneLemen whets a Choice to prime calves 34.00 to ............... mother Mrs. George Glasscoct ! ad visiting with them over the student nurse at the Winchester 39 00" good butcher calves 30 0()/nnreCt airaman emistea in ~ne at the August Alr r who had been visiting with th( [ ,aster weekend the latter's bro- Memorial Hospital spent "the !o" 34.00; ~nedium butcher cai~'os J Air Force over six years ago. His Casablanca, Morocco, he By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Warfields for the past severa:aer-in-law and sister Mr. an~ weekend visiting with her mother 26.00 to 29.00; thin calves 25.00 I first overseas tour was with ttead [signed to Luring AFB, weeks. Irs. James Allingsworth and Mrs. Thomas Lemen. down; heavy calves 18.00 to 30.00; I quarters 5th Air Force at Nago- ]with duties in Base Police Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder Bobby and Mike and 'S/Sgt. and Louis Athey, a student at Rar I aeir daughter Miss Linda All|rig Dinner guests on Sunday,with Blue hea(i grade lambs 17.00 to [ya, Japan. Prior to his assignment Icurity. dolph-Macon College in Ashland I worth of Fredericksburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim at 'Men 19.00; butcher ewes 4.00 to 8.00; and their daughters Watlis Anne Mrs. It.F. Hatf!eld and daughters Va. is spending the spring vaca [ Mr and Mrs. William Schmidt te View" were their daughter stock ewes per head none and Sue entertained at a family ~nerry JJawn, a~L ot ~a~s t~nurcn, tion visiting with his parents Mr.// ~ft last week to spend the Easter Mrs. Clayton Stagger and her Good butcher hogs 17.90 |o 18: ]11 rf' U ~ ~ ~ l"r ~1~ ~1~ || ~|1 ~f' || ~k! |"r 11Ill ~f" AI|IT [ and Mrs. Harry Athey. el|days visiting with their son- children Libby, Scotty and Susan [40; medium butcher hogs 17.00 .. dinner at their home on Easter ........ Mrs Fred Weiant and her tw I a-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. of Charles Town, Mr. Roger Kel-|to 17.90; heavy butcher hogs 14.- ~ "_.', Sunday afternoon Guests were IVLISS ,.~eorglanna ~,ascocK ancJ~ieti!/ ~~ie~iii~Y~'hBar~o~d~i;~i~~ii~iI !!i!i~ii:iiSO~i~!~iii ~!~~~~!;i~~i!ili!!i!I ~~~~, ~I~~~~~.~,II~~~L W Russe!l of Berryville, Va. and her cock spent Saturday in Laytons- brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. ville, Md. where they were guests and Mrs. George Ellis and sons at the home of their brother-in. home in Baltimore, Md. On the| .ey' visited on Friday with Miss. Bonn W. Crim. 150 to 11.50; stags nonei sows .... ] --. 3 BIG HITS -- ~~::!::!~i::i!~~ ~ ~.-~,~ following evening Mr. and Mrs./ ;ulie Breckinridge of Alexandria, Has Stanley Party . _ [pigs up to 86.00; stock ooars ~Loo ~ .................. :::.'::::::::::::::::':::::::::::::::" -.:" Smith had as their guests Mr. andI a. who was spending her spring Mrs. Robert Light entertained to 15.00. i l ~['~['~['~'~r~'~l| From fhe Douion-di~l~dP ~'~ ..... -~;~ Mrs. Ernest Willingham and son[.mlidays with her grandmother a group of friends at a Stamey[ Misceilaneons sales start 11:00~ RIIIl|~'|~lE,t||l~|l[lll| ...... ~ ........ "~.,~ ==============================================: ............ ,...%-..~i::::i ............... " ~ beeMnSviJ~ihg foMart~h:l~a~hvhadl "t r and Mrs Allen Glassford I~ay :?:!!a:~i~e~bmWMi!d~s lea~hrM;ncd:yie sale Friday, April/I I~l ~'~ "Wr,ttenonth. W~ ii iii!i~i::ii:iliiii;i!~:!:iiii!~iiii!:~:: .......... of Harpers Ferry jars. J. C. Breckinridge at "Flag- Party held at her home on Tues lA. M.-Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. l1 - : - -" --: -.-- l| _.orK~ac-- --,,~,-,,:-~.~:[~ weeks with her brother and sister / and their daugi~ter Mollie visited y s. " I 7th. Sale starts 1:00 D.m. /11 _,_ :_ _ - - ~- ==,| '~ n-,~#]lJl$417~ll in-law Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sn -Ir.oonH. in kilt|mare Me{ whore eva Collins of Winchester, Va. /| _.- - .,.. . [I . "~']~r~#.~j~# " der at their home near Marti~Y-ithey were guests of'Mrs. Glass- after wh,ch delicmus refl[esh- Al,~n k~u|~ |~*[~e~mI~ ~'[f:~.~Y'i ~'~ burg returned to her home theJ ford's brother and sister-in-law ments were serve(/oy me nostess. L~tllUllanU I.IUUVUUn aut, novuu /h =-,,, - - ,-, : , - L~ ~.,. #11~[$~ latter part of the week ' Those present far the evening - "''" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meanear [ . . ~ _~ organization" "World's largest termite control "Hawthorn" spent Easter Sunday l ,, .... .~ ~,~0 ",,,,,lio..~ r 0... Adams and children Frank and;t~m"t'u ~" .v.t,t...u. v=/ ~J~~./_l~ "~2~-~]I ~.~ Mrs. Elizabeth T. Grove of land their family were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow I~hlma~ At, **|leam~n mill tX.7 visiting with her son and daugh-I-J~'~" ~"~*, ~'~;~t.~:~S.~"'~.~." ~a~e Debby of Rippon, Mrs. Howard I,F. t, ..... . at-./I ~/~-~,~ l.z('~'~ $5000 GUARANTEE ~/ann"ou~ce~the*b~rTl~'o/"i]~eir'sec Fellers, Mrs. Joseph S~rkey dl/ne m0nmA!August ArI /11 u,mes t.m m n ,, . ,, uaugmer t~neryl, lvlrs, orville ue- ." end daughter Daryl Le~gh on ~ PICIURE Against Future Termite Damage ~'" ~--~ .... t ........ Haven and Miss Sallie Poston. Airman Second Class Marvinil ~~.. II | H II I Tues~ay evening,_ m arcn z~.m. ] Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton had lG Jackson, son of Mr' and Mrs.!l - - - N01 HERN114 South AND or Represented slags,N[C I.Y VIR INI GeorgeCHARLESLOCAL HEIFERS---WEIGHTFornati0nall free St. SUPPLY REPRESENTATIVE / inspection by, over ,.. TOWN 1800=Charles C0,r lumbercall 300-1bs. INC. YEARI]NG47 Town,dealers to . W. 1000-Lbs. SAIl Va. MElViN . o~ am FUNERALIIwoodwmkzndumble C . ~llepnerdstown.... Charle~ O ltvtvi~tt~t.~L T. O TR[D[R - N Town I HOME A ' "Dueo L C0. - ,ua *a" I - / / | / [she had, s.p.ent.the, week visitiglryWareandchildrenKathyandlcerstatedinpart, [ /[ [Har.ryC. Frazier. / ae e [ [Ma .wYnJanetheMa:dnOXuand aaWelzllMr" thorn" mrs. day of dens. many " M ss Mr. Portsmouth, "from tteynoms aof~?:ue;ta#d~erat o~ and xmogen returned ..... me South mrs. , state Thomson Va. me warren home Carolina .... s spent.the. Eas'tClumbus: ormer xamous on z ot vanneu """ . Satur- wh?re _ m ss l-taw l rn: heome gar-_s/ter, / [Donnie ] t/Prpps Im'y' I b' arP;jryrndaf:n#IY:s I I as C. sons of Mrs. R. Charles their Clinton and Johnny Charles and Mr. and of o' ,uests Mrs. Mrs. Town, Ohio. and Ranson and Nicely children and Margaret on John Mrs. Mike Mr. Christopher Easter andand.... and Welty Trina of Creightonlmember/_ master sons Mr. aHndWffrdl o:t andl n'g Waynes Mrs. Sunday " Car- andlpers and and[second Le of lpolice " I I !displayed l I I [more the ................... Larry formed A Base letter Ferry than B. work Class c,_ numerous Hughes,. of Police your a by has the year. and A 'sPnlt cen :en II Jackson outstanding First Flight been Base constantly base phases . You, Airman I ........ Lieutenant police named' Y!I Police as have ~ Augus~ o of know have off i- rr~,. per- forlI air I I I I I I i ! : IIIIIII ' I|I|t IFA | II IrA rA'lI ......................... tv -ttIrS , - "-- .... - - -_ [llll -- " -" .fit: "[ -IIJITI - .... 'Kd ] -" II R EDER - " /ter wee~ena visiting at me home j Mr. ana Mrs. Marsnah JenKins ledge and ability You have been ~:.~L.. :.:.7,7, ~ ~ ~ |of the latters parents Mr. andItheir son David and their son.in-Ineat in annearance and eontin- ~( _~'-7.-- wnu w=~J t w rq ' " " i ~:,~ ,~" ~" ~" ~]~r. ~#]~1 . | Mrs. Harold Hlnton. i law and daughter Mr .and Mrs. [uallv set an example for your air 1 : ~ ~'~ " ur~~ ~- * * | Mr. and Mrs. J V Kite Jr. and|Ernest Rudolph of Charles Town lmen" and have in'spired them to ^0Y~sn lqtM C011P. PIItStI~T^TI0tI.^U.IVtI~bI~KRI~II0t~LI~K[k~ FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1961..... 1:00 P. M. .. An ~rif~ ~ / |their family haav~ngP ~old t:::~[were in Leesburg, Va, on Sundaylfo!low suit "~ "~ Ill A !' 1"ll / | farm near Summ't ont m / of last week going there to visit [ 'You are always effective in .............. . ,~xv ,.~,**xr~ T~ m~mm-~ m m ~-----w-e last week to Bardane where the1 Mrs J nkms mother Mrs ~, r~ltl~ ~)uut~L~ ~,j~-~ ~n~z~r~x z,, Farmers Livestock Exchange, Inc. Winchester, Virginia -- / Y[ w'th ". e ' [accomplishing. your assignment .... o =a ~ [ have purchased the home of theI Anna Costello at the Leesburgland in assumin~ added responsib- llqPlllm ikll~l in I~lDIIqPll~ll~/I ,p-~.ou ~ ! |farmer's mother the late Mrs J.| hospital. They were joined there]tittles with ini~ate" IHI" INIIIAN I'll,,|1/rK 1 800 ANGUS HERtfORD SHORTHORN 1,800 Pc, Week, ~ Iv. Kite Sr. The new owners Mr.,by her brother Mr. Donald Kre-[ Besides handling'duties as base Ilia- ,,,vmr't,, =fflYre am kin. --America s [ | "~ ] [ 1 | family have taken possesison mov | the group including Mrs. Costello I as an alternate desk serzeant. Air --" S'~EERS rhe "Ma~er' ~'-""---~ i |and Mrs. Emmett Boyd and the|rimer of Washington, D. C. and|patrol-gate guard, he has served i IN CINEMASCOPE AND TECHNICOLOg finest washer. [| =, ~ ~ | ing there the latter part of the| who is permitted to leave the host man Jackson has successfully xr' TE Admission" 1 00 for drive ~et it cost onl~ |. | - [ ~| week from their former home | pital for short periods of time me ~ eomnl~ted his colleee GED tests I r..r~r. ~ :--~ :~ ...... Dehorned, Vaccinated for Blackleg, Malignant Edema, $189.95. Easy | ~ k| |near Charles Town |tored to Falls Church, Va where[and'-is currently enrolled in the Lar. za.c earn passengez'---ummren unit Hemorrhagic Septimemia. Heifers from Bangs and to pay cur .... Holds more;" l[ ~ ~ [ Mrs. Thomas Shell had vzmtmg/ they had dinner and a pleasant iProvost Marshall ECI course years oz age rr~r,r~. T.B. tested herds. Consignor's guarantee no bred _~.....7.~.h.~.w ~ /her mother-in-law Mrs. Thomas| burro On Easter Sunday Mr. and| -- ' - heifers Eligible For Interstate Shipment. ~, ..... ,o.. t.. ~ U | with her on Monday of last week/reunion before returning to Lees-| A native of Charles Town" the{~ I "--""' .... and u ta~ter. ~eaner. Saves work mad/Shull and her brother-m-law |Mrs. Jenkins and their daughter| ~----: .... " 11 ~ ~ -- ] : -- ~ -- ] -- 1 1 "] " " -- -- ~ [ [SALE State Sponsored and Graded. time. See It now! /sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ernest|ffudy had as their dinner guests[ - :~--~:i: :! ~.a~. t,,~, ~,~.#t, | Shull all of Charles Town. On| Mr. find Mrs. Rudolph and Louis| - .... ~~ . ~ ~ ~ >~~: 1 - ~-_ - ] ] -- -- I t,nAllLr3 IUWN / Sunday Mrs. Shull and her family| Atkins, William Magaha and| - ~~ 1 ~ ~~/ : -- -- : __ -- -- I For Information--Write or Phone. ,,.,, ~A ItlJ~ | had visiting with them her moth-|Johnny Russell all of Ransom| ~~q-~~ --:-~ ~ [ 1-1 ~ ] -- I ~ ~,U.. |N~ | er Mrs. George Chapman, her| That evening all but the latter| :-~--_-:~-~i .... ~:--- ::- - I 114 North Charles St. /and Mrs. George Chapman Jr.,|With the Wind in Winchester,[ - ~ :_ ~ :~ ~ ~ ~ - ] - ~ ~ - : - : - --1~-1- I NORTHERN VIRGINIA LIVESTOCK " | brothers and sisters-in-law Mr.| two attended a showing of "Gone| .... =---=--~ _--_=[_:_ I - - -~-=: : --: I PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ^ ....... | Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chapman| Va / - /: - ~ - : ~-1: _ - : i ~ ~ : 1 1 -- 1 : 1 - I U[ arles Town, W. YR. land two children and her son and| Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and| --:-- -= :=--: --- -o ] Box 440 (Phone Me 2-1211) Winchester, Va. . |daughler-in-law Mr, and Mrs.|children Bobby and Linda visited| ,. _ -] : -:)= - _: ] ~r~ * ~, _,~ ~1 rim /Charles Shell and their small son| on,Easter Sunday with the lat-[ -- ~[ ~ " 1 " -- l I ~.]]~]7]~0.~ ~'~T |scotty all of Berryville, Va. ]ters mother Mrs. Emma Ware at[ - -: I ,L UltX~,0Zxlt~ Id J.,txl~J. l Ruritan Club to Sponsor Dance | her home in Waynesboro, Pa. | 1 :~ ~ : ~ -- -- I -- j SPRING STOCK I The South Jefferson Ruritan| Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe| ~:::::: -- 1 -- ~ -- ! l |th | Club will sponsor a dance at the| and son John spent the weekendI .... -: _ - ] IIUI/,LI.KIII .UU.J. UILU | Community Center on Friday ev-I visiting in Cortland, N. Y. where[ :_- =- .... -] .. ening, April 7th between the| the former expects to be transfer I ~ ~~ 1 ~ : : T ~T~~~ /hours of 9 and 12. Music will be| red upon completing his training| -~=_/_:---_-~ 1Cattl Sale l/| I ' 1 I I I UI | furnished bY Shrty Billmyer and [ at the Federal Fish Hatcheries in I ~~ | i | | | I | | Ill I both round and square dancingI Leetown. I ~~~]~ff~!~ e ~ ~ ~k.$_lL _l__lJ I will be featured. In addition sev-I Farm Club To Meet I ~~ /eral cake walks will be held anaI The Summit Point Farm Wom. I -.--- : _ ~.,~ ~~i~ WALL PAINT | refreshments will be on sale. Ticq an s Club will meet at 7:30 o clock [ ~~ ~:=-~ -::~ I ...... | kets may be purchased from memI on Thursday evening, April 13th / ~~~~--- I "" " [bers of the Rum n C1 b :tat the home of Mrs Melvin Day-| r~o stnrsng, no pr~mzng uzp ta u or at i n a n d s t a r t t o p a i n t ! | the door on the night of the dan-~ ey. / ~~~ ~~ Creamv-thick-won'tdriDor | ce. The price will be $1.00 perl [ ~~ FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1961 spatter likeordinarypaint. |per, on. ............. _[ f ~i~ Dries in 30 minutes to lovely /an~lr~dare~rShonr~]ellean3na~:~]] RIIIF RlhgF / SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. flat finish. Clean up with | were dinner guests on Easter SunI =.wv-- I soap and water! | day at the home of the formersI ........... ..' _-- / HEA nd HEIFE !o.e from 19 decorator eotors- |~::h~:meMrSeapr:hnet oDeHuaVena:t t LIVESTOCK SAL[$ / TS xactly matching shades/or .... ~i::ii~:i~iii~i!ii~i::!i~.~.:~ .... . ,, ,, later m the_ afternoon wsRed w~th ~!~:...~:#~:. .... 900 D STEERS a RS 900 " " ~the latters mother at her iI k,,~..~ D=*,DT [ Satin Sheen Enamel. | in Ranson. / Iv~HHL I HLI-UII/ / .u.~. ....... .../ L~ttle Ellen Gibbs, daughter of[ / TTLE / I T / HEREFORDS, ANGUS, SHORTHORNS c a. |. " g _ ._ .... Receipts of cows, hogs and call = .... - = --_ _- --: UVEbT0CK 5 LFS |ten wee s as ,he resu,t o, a ore- , . " t.,~. ~ .... ffered earl- in January I yes heavy with a good demand | -_ _ = , =: _] 1"":;'"9.~" .. . 5... t"" Ifor all classes on sale / ] ~ -- ] .... 1 ~ ~"Wq'Tv!t""L~'"U'""t~.~' | V#r'i~:~gecU;~; wti~ha~aT~n~ [ Feature of sale was "prime veal | _ ,i BLUE , INC _ - - , est Shen top $3900; cattle active to higher |~[ ~* ~ Miss Bell Snyder at W - ," " " . ; ,~2,,,,,,,,--T~~'~ 1 ................ [ Choice butcher steers none;[ SCAB INJURYHAS BEEN NON ~XlSTENI CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ... .r~r ~,~._ ~ ~ I stone . Also wsmngh r nieceW~mMrsnerLesn I "^"'~uuu ~u~,,~,l"" ,..t.... ~,~* .... ,~l.uv'm to ,~4.00; / ~ Sunday were e [ ....... son Luddin-'on[plain to medium sters 17.00 to| ...and the ORTHOCIDE program has increased the number of U.S. Fancy grade lie begs ana her gt i t her heifers ' 2000, cho ce bu c o o tn ~ I ~~ Sells of Charles Town. [..=..~! ..^ a 1~. .k.. k.''at~o O1 ~1 20 in some varieties to 50 in others. The extra return from htgher grad g Miss Betty Lee Glasscock who ,,u .... ~ ....................... . ,, ~0 I ............... is attending schol at Greenbrierlt 23.00; plain to medium heifers[ Just about pays for the entire spray program. Apple grower Rewellien Mohr, of Atlmm, t t-'---'s-rn'or's S.le 'College in Lewisburg, Va. is]16" 0 , to 20..00; good bulls 19.00 to] Orchards, Fogelsville, Pennsylvania, knows what he's talking about. He started with) _ --: [spending ,the. Easter hl ellrdaYSeVi P( amot ee u ORTHO program in 1954 and has won Gran Champion Awards for his apples at t Imgaa3 tl esn m it lasP k. s"/ ,18c.a0 nn:/21/taYn OWSulttGe0r0s PennsyK, ania Farm Show. ORTHOCIDE (cap=n)50 W, ttable effectively controls To settle the estate of the wtll,se~l the Following Personal Property, located 6 miles South --pc h p g " it - I ted over the Easter weekend with |, ~~,~mm~ : = | foliage and increased bud capacity. You get increased yields of higher grade .fruit, of Clmrles Town, W. V~., ~t Rippon, W. V&., in Jefferson ,tuck loss ever psid under ons their sister an brother Miss Ed- ....... ~ polio/ by any American insumnc~ [na and Mr H mes Farnsworth ~ ~1~ ~ T / the fine flmsh and better keeping quahtms that fetch top market prices. ORTHO Coullty, on I "" " "/ vii. V, /, II1.1 1 I.II/ ' fl+ company. , Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr, in an ORTHO Spray Program, can produce a consistently higher net profit tha,: SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1961 ,,,,, for thissmountw,s [Miss Mabel Drish and Mr. Allen| ~4~.tlp =II~II~/'qI'AT.I.~qP / . ~ l=med by the Hartford in payment ]Whirlev attended the Sunrise Ser/ t. vvt / possible with any other fungicide. !i, BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A.M. ' of loss on thousands of head of Iv]ce" which-" was held at the Bap-| tl~ti ~_ t_ gtL_.J__ 1'_...--| .............................................................................. ,,,,u,. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. ,;~k d:~y:tt O;re0 itnO In I tist Church in Leetown on Easter [ m|| .e |n narm |owm M]W Refrigerator. Allen Prtneess Range, Warm Morning lity'',.V"u, L ,, ,+ ,,. / Whitting-/+Al ['ERNOON ?d NIGHT/ Stove, 3 Piece Living Room Suite, 3 Piece Bedroom Suite, W he yo " /ton and.their small daughter Pam/ From 1.00 to 7.00 P. M. / Organ ~nd StoOl, Desk, Sewing M~ehlne, 3 Rocking Chairs, ~Yk0:~"~:?;ut0,bu~n;;~'rf:nc~ / ."st fr sHuall~;nat~lreeh3~ietorfs t~l~/ 107 South Charles Street / Odd Chatrs, Wardrobe, IAbr.ry Table, 3 Tables, T.ble and 7ory~;lli!fe.+i~kon~+e H=rtfo d /latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Johnl Telephone 519-M t f Ill DT M n ] 7 Chars. 2 StRands. 2 End Tables, Sewing Cabinet, 2 China q ~ p _ CIoseCs, Sideboard, Magazine Rack, Lamps, Iron Bed, Radio, /H rYtors over the weeken doat x- ------------------- -m EVER THU* RS'D* AY m[ 2 Clocks, Scatter Rugs, Pictures, 2 Dressers, Washstand, Gun ~ | the home of Mr. nd Mrs. w-] [ ~i~!iii!~;::::i:::ii:!i:::;::;~:::iii::?~:i ,+: Ra~ek, Trunks, Dishes, Canned Fruit, Potatoes, Scaldtng Tsmk,. ~ /ard Fellers Miss Sallie and Mr.! ..... -~ li~~l~~i:!:i~i!!~i~ :i::i: i!~! l~+,v~+,~ ' . ' :: :::!: i i: i ~: !':i:::::::::::i::::~ i::i #:i::!:::~ f~::~: ::: :::~:::~ i: ::: ~ ~ !ili Digging Iron, Grindstone, Chicken Brooder, Corn Sheller, Cle-~1~/~~1[ , /Skinner Poston were thesr smter ]["-_~-~ ......... -~1 ~i~:~:~i:~: :: ~ .... ,~ vls Bench, Vise, Scythe, Ste~ Traps, Me~t Saw, 3 Hand 8~ws, ~r~.~,~ ~ [ | Mrs Martha Earey of Washing- I~ P ~ P ~ ~ ~ ~ I !iiiii~!i::iiii~i:i:i~iii~i~ii~ii~ii~ .... +"4#~ H.mmer, 3 Planes, Ax. 3 Strasburg Croeks, 1, 2 and 5-gallon " ton, D. C, and her son-in-law and "~ ; " in and ~llilil~l~~5:~i::~i~+i+ii+~++:~:++~++:i+++:~+++i~+++ii~i++~:ii+~ H1.PINO THE: WORIrD GROW BE~! J~(~17~ k +daughter M. ar nd Mrs. Donald I" ;o o apping_Wg +d Rewellien Mohr and ORTHO Ficldman ~'rnie Koch inspe+t Stone Jars; a+nd Other Articles too numerous to mention. 28 HIVES OF BEES. ~k~.~~_~;~ [ ~ Cline and their infant daughter l t~ Printing Paper Products ]~ [ some of the 11o ~cres of apple trees at Mobr Orchards. +, ~ of Takoma Park, Md Towels, Tissues, Bags, / w,, :.. + [I Tw es .u.e_s2v+_ Bags' l[ CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION ............ 133 Kings Highway F., Haddo TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. jm~'.~=,~'~ ................... t..... e...+ and X Locker Supplies ~1 " their two sons spent Easter Sun-[ Homes,-Sto'res-Ete. ][I N. CLARK FURR, Administrator ['1"" ";i+i+'~ "i+~ the latter's"ar ,a ..................... ~ OF THE CLEVELAI~/D H. TUMBLIN ESTATE ~ Cx,,~[eunt'svl~Ir'+a'n+d'Mr's" George French|8 Ask Your Dealer BILL LONG 13raddock Heights, Md. SK mmm mmtm tt0w ~ / and their family .at their home in [ ~ An laf= m Panar (*n W. D. OBNDORFF, Auctioneer. IimlwI~tqTF0~I~C[IIN ~ /Point of Rocks, Md. I~ m,.~,um , uF~,, ~,v, XI ........... ~ffir. . . -~ ~r,~ It. E. MORELAND, Clerk. ttmtmlt$, mct tt | Pvt. Lee Allen left by plane Ill n a aSTOWN, MY. ]il JIM t AVt K winchester, va. vlu /F+~rch 30- 1, | from Washington, D. C. on Satur-L]~ PHONF,--ltegent 9-O+O0 Ill "day morning to r@port for duty at + - - "I.