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/ w " ANew Car... It's Great! Wa And It's Easy To Own, in  With A Low-Cost :. I00o00I. i^s co Automobile Loan Hill, d ARE YOU INTERESTED THE BEST... Low Cost NEW AUTO FINANCING ? COME IN AND SEE US TODAY... ENJOY YOUR NEW CAR WITHOUT DELAY. YOU CAN RELY ON US WITH CONFIDENCE. USE OUR TRUST DEPARTMENT Richard Whitman, Beckley, W. Va., Mrs. Adam Link, Sr., The Rev. Lester Lin, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Link, Mrs. Cabel Tapscott Mrs. J. Clive Mvers, and Miss Lillian Myers... " Mr. and Mrs. John Breeden and children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lockwood and family of BaJti-i more, Md. and Miss Danna Butts of Martinsburg spent Sunday withMr, and Mrs. Eddie Breeden. . MILLVILLE .. 00Iss boron. LAKE (FROM LAST WEEK ..- Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli on Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nicewarner and sons Michael and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittington and child ren Hope and Robby of Balti. more, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ranalli and son Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ranalli Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Minnick, Mr. and Mrs. Lark ins and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Ranalli, Mr. and Mrs. Tur her, Mr. Melvin Lilla, Mr. Robert Waugherman and Mrs. Norman James, Mrs. Nelson Whittington. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longer- beam and son Brian spent the weekend with Mrs. Delores Byers in Holidaysburg, Pa. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam on Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longerbeam LEY BANK & TRUST CO. a::.f:m;:YM:rK:::?:Sn'dfL:anL and Mrs. Tommy Longerbeam, fly, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bond and A FULL SERVICE BANK son and a friend Holly. Member Federal Reserve System - F. D. L C. RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA Staubs and daughter Penney Sue GROVE of Chestnut Hill; Mr. and Mrs. BUZZARD Wayne Cook and son Michael of the Bloomery; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Cook and daughter Dawn Marie of Campsite and Miss Nisey Viena of Shanandale. Larry Buzzard are Easter dinner visitors with Mr. tby girl horn and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and faro 24th at ily were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole General Hospi-and daughter Tracie Lynn of has been given Sandy Hook, Md, Sue". This is Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart of Larry and and sons were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Jerry Everhart Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and of a baby girl t daug hters- rj 1st at the I Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and mval Hospital. daughter Robin were Easter din .'n the name of I her visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry s is the third IStaubs of Tuscawilla ttills. [ Patsy. [ Easter dinner visitors with Mr. With Mrs. Elsie ,amL Mrs. Junior Grpve and son Mrs. Douglas were Miss Rosie Breedeof hep Missy of Bru herdstown; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald and Mrs. Edwin Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson THE WORD GETS AROUND .... LIKE OUR FINE Heating Oil Service QUALITY PRODUCTS WE SELL Farm Customers Know They Are Getting QUALITY When We Supply Tlmm With * o o . " Join The Growing List Today -- OIL COHPAHY i -- Charles Town, W. Va. cka52le auft00r guarantees performance of de or Sutan plus atrazine , Dyfonate soil insecticide on s. Sutan or Sutan plus atrazine .ure rain or shine because you tn the soil where weeds ; no matter larantee on Sutan, nd Mr. & Hrs. Arnold Painter l ao 00,e,r ,,,ended iness meetings as guests of Allied Mills, Inc., in New Orleans, La., Giwn Dinne fin 00flth .nd Acapulco, Mexico, recently. .................... Among those honored were Mr. i ..  and Mrs. Max B. Wine. 817 Belve weoamg Anniversary dere Drive, Charles town, who , received a plaque in recognition Mr. and Mrs. Arnold C. Painter l of their contributions to livestock loute 2, Harpers Ferry, were land uouitrv vroducers honored guests Sunday, April 2, Wine is -- al manau ......... s gener .......... er of at a dinner .given on their 30th Peoples Supply in-CharlesTown. wedding anmversary at the home t """'" " ....... of a son, and daughter-in-law, Mr. t  , , ,,  e, _. and Mrs. David Lee Painter. The i 0D I WI(IQ pe0Ker r0r dinner was arranged by their six  -- -- children and it was replete with RIrVeII f,u Panmm a lovely wedding cake with "Hap- Ii%d uu.i IIIUIII py 30th Anniversary" lettered ........... ; ....  thereon narue, me iatKing 15,z. , Mr. and Mrs. Painter were mar- star of the 4-H Bicycle Safety ried April 4, 1942 at the home Campaign had a new helper last of the Rev. Ralph Hawbaker, of week. Rhorersville, Md., Mrs. Painter Shirley Riley, director of the is the former Evelyn Runion, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Runion, Sr., of Route 2, Harpers Ferry. Mr, Painter is employed at the Halltown Paperboard plant. Mr. and Mrs. Painter are the parents of six children - Mrs. Thomas (Linda} Stickel of Route 2, Berryville, Va.; Arnold Eugene and David of Millville; Larry of Charles Town; and Steve and Allen of Route 2, Harpers Ferry. All of the children were present at thedinner, along with some of the 12 grandchildren and Jimmy Thompson and Elsie Hardy of Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Painter received some lovely gifts and a corsage from their daughter. Make l:a-00m H01stein Safety Campaign, announced that I STAGGERSFoR I CONGRESS tt t i II I IIqlll I i HARRY L. SHIRLEY Democratic Candidate FOR SHERIFF OF JEFFERSON COUNTY MILLER & FERTILIZER CORPORATION An Aloe Standard Company PHONE (304) 725-7051 Grove and family; Mrs. Dorothy Grove and family; and Mrs. Lou- ise Howell. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daugh- ters were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Comer and dau ghter of Woodlawn Trailer Park Mrs. Jean Whitehair and son; Mrs. Hilda Piper and Mrs. Van- essa Everhart. Easter Sunday dinner visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove and family were Rev. and Mrs. John Wilson; Susie and Bobby Wilson; Mr. Charlie Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson and son of Lovettsville, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wilson and family of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. George White and Mr, and Ms. Junior White of Mt. Nash Kentucky o.were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson and family of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and daughter Susan and son Donald and Miss Diana Workin of Bruns- wick Md., were Easter dinner guests of Mr. Edgar Everhart and son Curtis and daughter Wanda and Angola. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jewell, Mr. Boot Longerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longerbeam and son, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glen Longer. beam and daughter, Mr .and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam and family, Randy and Mr. and Mrs. Monti Kidwiler, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and daughters. Dinner guests of Mrs. T. W. Dillow were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow of Rockville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and child- ren of Woodlawn Trailer Court, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oliver and son of Bolivar and Mr. Dick Cadwell of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waugher- man of Thurmont, Md. were Sun day guests of Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Lilla. James Blue Constructs Excds In Production ; Brattleboro, Vt. - Drilake Astro- naut Ember 7082261, a three-year- old Registered Holstein in the herd tested for Drilake Farm, Inc., Charles Town, has produced a noteworthy record of 16,380 lbs. of milk and 783 lbs. of butterfat in 354 days. This information is made avail- able through the cooperative ef- forts of the state and local testing associations and Holstein-Freisian Association of America. Dairy- men enrolled in the program pay for the service. Watering Trough On Farm / Mr. James "T." Blue just com- pleted a well and watering trough on his new property on the Warm Spring road. This well and trough have been installed in order to furnish water to his livestock in pastures. On this farm there was no water available for livestock. So through the cooperation of the REAP pro gram and the services of the Eastern Panhandle Soil Conservat Easter Egg Hunt Held For Children Monday At Home Boteler Link, Jr. An Easter Egg hunt was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bote- let Link, Jr., on Monday, April 3 for their children Dawn Bo and Manday. Those helping them to celebrate the occasion were: Jackie and Chuckle Gardner, Dany and Jeff Housden, Erin Morrison, Jennifer Blackford, Ly- dia Starliper, Dany and Brenda i Willingham, Pam Fritts, Mark i and Wendy Magaha, Mat Russell i Lary Wade Dunn. Parents pre- I sent were: Mrs, Charles Gardner I Mrs. David Housden, Mrs. Henry ,, Blackford,-Mrs. William Morrison ion District it was possible to Mrs. Larry Dunn, Mrs. Block Wil establish this system. This is the time of the year to make plans for your pasture pro gram for this year. The Soil Con- servation District has available portable watering trough forms used to construct concrete trou- ;ghs on cooperators farms at rea- sonable cost. These troughs have a capacity of 500 gallons. The following mat erial is needed to construct one of these troughs: 2 yrds. of con- crete, 27 feet of welded steel lab rick, several feet of 11/2 inch pipe. In order to have a trough that requires little attention dur mg warm weather a float can be installed. For more information on the subject contact the local Soil Con servation Service office. Courlney's Take Lead Wflh 4-0 Win In Commerdal Loop , COMMERCIAL LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Teams W. L Courtney's S. Plugs 29 15 Van Tol's F. Girls 29 15 Hllidale eBautles 271,4 16 ! Hailtown Dolls 26 17 Smoot's Dividends 22 22 Strider's Strlckers 21 23 Moler's Cltgo Girls 20 24 lrvin's Tilettes 19 5 Dave's Esso Extras 14 30 32 Market M. Miracles 12 --O---- Courtney's Sparkplugs took over the lead from the Van Tel Flow- er Girls in the Jefferson County Commercial League Wednesday morning, March 29 at Pikeside Bowl by scoring a 4-0 victory while the Flowers Girls were win ning, but only by a 3-1 score, de- spite the fact Van Tol's rolled the top team set score of the day, a 1931 total pinfall. The Hilldale Beauties managed to keep pace with the Flower Girls and stay ahead of the Hall- town Paper Dolls by scoring a 3-1 victory. Smoot's Dividends rolled the sec end high team set score, 1876, while Irvin's Tilettes was third high with 1869. Elaine Myers rolled the high . lingham, Linda and Bonnie, grand mother, Mrs. Eva Link. Those receiving prizes were the special egg went to Jennifer Blackford, which was a plastic egg with fifty cents inside: Those finding the most eggs were Dany and Jeff Housden, Erin Morrison Wendy Magaha and Lydia Star- l)per. Lydia Starliper guessed the amount of jelly beans in a jar and she received the jar of jelly beans. Each child received a coco nut chocolate Covered Cross. Refreshments were served con- sisting of chocolate milk, cookies and potato chips. Everyone had an enjoyable evening. At Meeting Of Allied Mills, Inc. In Mexico Mr., Mrs. Wine Honored Nearly 200 Wayne Feeds deal- SHENANDOAH JUNCTION MISS LILLIAN MYERS 4.-.-.'..,-:.-:.-:-.:.:*.:-.:-.>-:-,'.. The friends of Mr. Brown Nichols were shocked to hear of his sudden death at his home here last Sunday. Services were held in Charles Town, on Wednes day, with burial in Edge Hill Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Grove, of Baltimore, Md. spent the week end with her brother in law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Welch, of Bethesda, Md. spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Mary Gray- son. " Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitman of Beckley, W. Va. spent the Easter holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Byrle Link. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seal spent Sunday with their son in law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lewis, at Gidden Creek, W. Va. Mr. Freddie Southard is a pat- ient at Newton D. Baker, Martins burg, and his address is ward A. 101. His many friends wish for him a quick recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Breeden at tended the funeral of her brother in law, Mr. Bruce Ellis, who died suddenly at his home in Martins- burg. Mr. Francis Sloat, of Baltimore Md. spent the weekend 4th rela- tives here. Mrs. Oscar Seal had the follow- ing guests Sunday, Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth Blevins and son Billy, Havre De Grace, Md., Mr. and i Mrs. David Fletcher and son Erik 1 Churchville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. 1 Douglas Eabugh and son Jeffrey I of Aberdeen, Md., Mr. and Mrs. I Richard Andrews and baby, and Mack Andrews, Havre De Grace and Mr. Mack Andrews and Mrs. Winona Gorman, of Stanley, Va. Mr. Ronnie Stoutler has return- ed to his home after having been a patient at Newton D. Baker, Martinsburg. His many friends are glad to know he is getting along nicely, and has returned to work. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryle Link Easter Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Polhamus, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Polhamus and children, of Berryville, Va., Mrs. John Rudolph and son Sid, of individual set score of the day, a Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. i562; while Biddy Smoot was sec- Walt Bonnor and children of end with 540 and Nancy Roth i Rockville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. ] third with 530. HARRY L SHIRLEY ! Veteran of World War lI, 1942. 1947 Honorably discharged 1947, attained rank of Sergeant. )Ied als Purple Heart, Combat Infantry Badge, five Battle Stars, Good Con duct Medal. l ! School Bus Driver for a total  of nineteen years. Deputy Assess- [ or for Mlddleway District for four ! teen years. I Organizations . Master Mason Masonic Lodge, American Legion, Izaak Walton League. Member of the Calvary Assembly of God Church, Ranson where he has been a deacon and Sunday School Teacher. Your favorable consideration of my Candidacy in the May Primary election would be greatly appreeia ted. March 30 - April 13, - 27, (Adv.) - M ill II II - Closing Out Sale OF BEEF CATTLE I will sell the following located 10 miles Northeast of Charles Town, W. Va., 2 miles North of Halltown, W. Va. Turn North off of Route No. 340 at Halltown Papermill (Follow Signs): THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 BEGINNING AT 1:00 P. M. 87--HEAD LIVESTOCK--87 60---HEAD--60 Hereford, Angus & Short Horn Beef Cattle 22 Hereford Cows, Calves by side. 5 Angus Cows, Calves by slde. 1 Short Horn Cow, Calf by side. 5 Short Horn Cows, Springers. Angus Cows, Springers. 1 Well-Bred Charolals Bull (Approximately 1500 Lbs.) 27--HEAD 0I HOGS--27 1 Landrace Sow, 9 Pigs by side. 2 Landraee Sows, 8 Plgs by side. 7 Pure-Bred Landraee Sows. 2 Grove Silage Wagons with high sideboards. Like New. TERMS Of SALE -- CASH: Not responsible for accidents. Auctioneer- EDWARD "Ned" MORROW Clerks - HENSELL & WARE Francis N. White April 13-2t- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1972 B---3 Mr. Bob Twigg, owner and opera- ical adjustments on bikes to make tot of the Valley Cyclery Shop in them safer, tie also talked about Martinsburg, worked with Char- safety accessories and proper lie. Mr. i wgg mscussed mechan- handling of the bike. Del Monico Lounge SUNDAY MENU ROUHD ROAST BEEF with Au Jus ROAST TURKEY wdh DRESSING ROAST LEG Of LAMB with Dressing I Vegetables: Mashed Potato Cole Slaw Green Beans Apple Sauce Harvard Beets Cottage Cheese i Candied Yams Potatoe Salad PEACH SALAD HOME MADE CAKE with FRUIT SAUCE HOME MADE ROLLS & CINNAMON LOAF Adults- 2.50 Children Under 12 1.50 PUBLIC SALE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1972 AT: 10:30 A. M. Located at Inwood, West Virginia, just off Route 81 on the Arden Road. FARM MACHINERY: 4000 Diesel Ford tractor with 3-speed transmission, used only 800 hours; 3000 Diesel Ford tractor with Selectomatic with Ford 1200 loader; Ferguson mower; Ferguson blade; Ford 504 baler; Ford 9 foot transport disc; Ford plows 3-14; post hole digger; manure spreader; a 70 foot Jamesway self feeder; hay dryer; corn picker; wagon; like new 8 ton Casten ensilage wagon with self-unloading front and rear; John Deere corn planter; International No. 10 semi-mortar drill; 504 Ford forage harvester; and 8 foot Woods rotary mower; double action hydraulic cylinders; blower; Internat- ional hay conditioners; rubber rollers; riding lawn mower, and other articles and junk too numerous to mention. Also, some household items. CATTLE: 5 Steers and 2 Heifers weighing approximately 400 pounds each. VEHICLES: 1958 2-T0 Chevrolet truck with stock bed, 1959 Willy's Jeep, Cab-over Pick.Up, 1968 Dodge 1-Ton, 300 Series, 4-speed transmission with 10-ft. covered stock bed with walk-up gate, 24,000 actual miles. Russell Price Auctioneer - EDGAR A. BOHRER Clerk - CHARLES E. WARE AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: The above equipment is In excellent condition and ready to be put in the field. Not Responsible For Accidents On Premises Apr. 13-1t- Consignment AUCTION -- OF VALUABLE -- FARM EQUIPMENT AT THE-- WOODSTOCK LIVESTOCK MARKET Woodstock, Virginia CONSIGNMENT AUCTION OF Farm Tractors, Farm Equipment (Heavy & Light) All Kinds o! Trucks, Farm & Shop Tools SATURDAY, APRIL 15th, 1972 Commencing At 10:00 O'Clock, A. M. Two miles North of Woodstock, Virginia, and 30 miles South of Winchester, Va., on U. S. Route No. 11, off Interstate 81. 15 TO 20 FARM TRACTORS Farmall, John Deere, Fords, Massey Ferguson, David Brow, Oliver, etc. Some late models, various ages and sizes. Some with loaders. FARM EQUIPMENT OF ALL KINDS Plows, disc harrows, corn planters, eultipaekers (all sizes), cultivators, mowers, hay conditioners, hay rakes, hay balers, (with and without bale throwers), Forge harvesters, one and two row mounted and pull-type corn pickers, wagons, elevators, grain and lime drills, spreaders, post hole diggers, scraper blades, along with other farm equipment. NOTICE TO FARMERS AND DEALERS Good Clean Farm Machinery is hard to find and is selling at good prices. Bring your tractors, trucks, farm equipment, farm and shop tools in before day of sale. Receiving time at 8:00 a. m., April 13th, unUl 8:00 L m., April 15th, 1972. EQUIPMENT AND GOODS BROUGHT IN DAY OF SALE WILL BE SOLD LAST Our Commission Rates Will Be About The Same As Other Farm Equipment Auctions. Woodstock Livestock Auction woousoc wammA PHONE: (703) 9-2948 HARRY L GOCHENOUR, Sales Mgr. Woodstock, Va. PHONE: (703) 459-4778 April 13-1t-