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r_v 10 YEARS AGO -- 1949 Gone Diamond, propritor of Dia mond's ladies apparel store has an nounced his opening on Friday, ~pril 8th. The new ~tore is located on the north side of ~V. Wash- ington Street in the location for- merly occupied by the Old Dom- inion Appliance Co. Transfers of County Real Es- tate: Su~an G. Wall to Carl E. Day etux, lot No, 6 block 77 on C. M. M. & I plat in Ranson; Stro ther H. Watson. et ux, to Lewis L. Reek, et al, lot 50' x 200" on Washington St., Bolivar; Eloise B. Tucker, et al to C. E. Everhart, lots 13 and 14 block 122 C. M. M. & I plat in Ranson; Gilbert Mc- Kown, substituted trustee, to Ellis A. Johnson. et ux house and lot In Millville at puDlic auction for sum of $2,025; Bettie E. Sexton to Char los E. Maya eL ux, house and lot fronting 65' on west side of Chur- ch St., by 165' deep; Rosa N. Mas- on to James M. }Jason, 3rd et ux house and lot on South Samuel St. Luxurious surroundings, are af- forded the present day occupants of the children's wards in the Charles Town General Hospital. With the donations of sheets and blankets, the local Kiwanis Club will have completely furnished both the white and colored wards. The first quarter, 1949 traffic and accident report of the State Police for Jefferson County re- veals there were no fatal accidents during the three month period al- though 6 more accidents were in- vestigated than during the cor- responding period in 1948. DIED:Mrs. Coleen Bashm Spear in Charles Town General Hospital Herbert G. Jones of Ranson at the Charles Town General Hospital; Benj~amin F. Everts on the Dutrow farm just east of Charles Town; Mrs. Laura Virginia Brown, at her home in Harpers Ferry; Lewis Lee vander McFillen of Berryville, Va. in the Winchester hospital; Char- les Elwood Bennett a veteran of World War II, at the home of his parents Mr .and Mrs. Sullivan Bennett. MARRIED:Mrs. Eleanor Burns. Jasynick of Charles Town and Mr. Harry R, Paster of Emporia, Va. were quietly married at the Pres- byterian Manse in Winchester by the Rev. Clarence S. Long of Phil. assisted by Roy. Ronald Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Addison Mit: chell of Hanover, Va. announce the marriage of their daughter H.il da Addison to Neville Millard Hind man, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hindman of Charles Town; Mrs. John William Childs announce the marriage of her daughter Georgia MacDonald to William Edgar Park D. D. at New London, Conn. 20 YEARS AGO--- 1939 Elk Branch Lodge No, 93 A. F. and A. M. of Shenandoah Junct- ion honored its oldest member J. Davis Billmyer by giving him a 50- year Masonic medal. DIED:At his home on the Berry ville Pike Frank G. Roper; At Mount Alto Hospital, D. C. 'Wil- liam McSherry, a native of the county and a World War veteran. St. John's Episcopal Church at Harpers Ferry was reopened after having been closed for 10 years. Miss Virginia Lee Watson and Mr. L. Parson Hickman were mar ried in Warrenton, Va. by the Roy. E. A. Smith; Miss Mary Payne Smatlwood and Charles Henry Clipp were wed in Berryville, Va. by the Roy. Mr. Parker. SERVE YOU BETTER SAVE YOU HONEY WE NOW DISTKIBUTE WITH THIS FINE QUALITY LINE OF TIRES. WE ARE IN A POSITION ENVIABLE TO MANY. WE HAVE QUAL- ITY. PRICE, BROAD ADUST IENT GES. [ DIED:At her h(~me near Baker- ]ton this county, Mrs. Pearl Glass- [ford wife of William Glassford ]near Martinsburg, Thomas Files. ] R. O. Allen Special Commiss- |loner sold the farm of the late |Miss Lucy Allen on the Virginia |sLate line to E. E. Allen for $9,- [526~7. The farm had an area of [158 acres of which 143 were in / thi~ county. Wheat was quoted in Charms ]Town at $1.32 a bushel; corn $3.- /75 a barrel; butter 25 cents a pound; eggs 16 cent_____s a dozen. i 60 YEARS AC, O -- 1899 30 YEARS AGO --- 1929 Real estate of the late Chas. H. Knott, situated east of Shepherds Purchasers of lots on Washing- town was sold by S. T. Knott spec ton Court were Dale Webster, ial Commissioner. The home place James Sites and Adam Link. of 80 acres was brought by Wm. F. E. Brenneman bought the uel~Jes~t Currens home on S. Sam- J" Knott at $37.50. A farm of 131 acres was brought by Chas. J. Faulkner at $17.50 an acre. Miss Virginia G. Frazier, dau- Maj. Samuel J. C. Davenport ghter of Mr .and Mrs. Harry Fraz who was born at "Mount Ellen" ier of near Summit Point and near Summit Point died in Jack- Mr. Emerson Maddox of Atlanta, son County, W. Va. Ga, were married at the home of Miss Alice Young, of this county the bride's grandmather in Flor- was married to Mr. Walter A. Wi- ida. thers, the ceremony by the Rev. DIED:At his home on Camp A. A. P. Noel and Roy. A. C. With Hill, R. Shirley Rockenbaugh for- ers in Beulah Church. met mayor of Harpers Ferry; -at his home in Boyce, Va. J. Morris Dunlap native of Halltown; at the Charles Town Hospital, William Conyey for many years a resident of Charles Town; at her home in Cumberland, Md., Mrs. Elsie An- derson Romine a native of Charles Town. Harvey Tabler and Russell White leased the filling station near the bridge in Shepherdstown from U. S. Martin. 40 YEARS AGO --- 1919 70 YEARS AGO --- 1889 DIED:In Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Mrs. M. E. Smith, wife of J. Rufus Smith; near Benedict, Ne- braska, Mrs. Florence C. Whit- more, wife of C. H. Whitmore and daughter of John W. Hoffmaster formerly of this county. MARRIED:In Harpers Ferry by the Rev. James Stephenson Har- vey L. Orannlng and Miss Fannie J. Whittington; In Loudoun Coun ty, Va. Lewis J. Virts and Miss county, Richard Moore; at his of Harpers Ferry and Miss Mary home in Mansfield, Ga. TheodoreEllen Smith. Dooley a native of Charles Tovfn Dr .William A. Douglass, a nat- and an Ex-Confederate veteran, ire of Mordington near Charles Dr. Horace M. Banks of Shop- Town, died in San Francisco, Cal. herdstown, located in Charles Town for the practice of medicine Key-Kings Finish Seventh MARRIED:At Shenandoah Jun etion by the Rev. Mr. Thomas W. In Danville, Va., Contest Frank Bradley to Miss Annie T. ADVANTA- THERE IS NO QUESTION--"WHICH IS WHICH!" --THIS IS THE T IR E FOR SMOOTH, QUIET, SAFETY. SEE ANY AUTHORIZED DEALER. OIL CO., INC. ,PHONE 375 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1959 SALE STARTS AT 12 NOON Farmers Livestock Sale Pavilion Located 1 Mile West of Winchester, Va. on Route ,)0--Follow Signs. 30 COWS and HEIFERS--Just Fresh or Close 30 COWS---Close to Freshening 10 BRED HEIFER.%-Fall Freshening. 50 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS--- From Yearlings to Bred Heifers Really h Top Grade Herd of Heifers All Cattle Blood and T, B. Tested within 30 days of Sale. ALL Animals Calfhood Vaccinated. These Cattle are eligible to go to any State. Every animal has been picked for Dairy Quality from the Better Herds in Canada and New York. Increase that Milk Check with Cows from this sale. ' S ERM, :--CASH. WM. S. ENGLISH, JR., Sale Manager Winchester, Virginia PHONE MOhawk 2-2927 If. II. BARTLETT, Auctioneer. April 16- It. Brinker both of the county. The Key Kings Quartet of Char The Ware property that inclu-los Town, competing along with fled a dwelling and 18 acres on the seventeen other Barber Shop Middleway pike. five and a half Quartets at Danville, Va. last Sat miles west of Charles Town was urday night, finished seventh and sold to J. Shirley Smith for $1575. be~en only by six Past District 50 YEARS--'~O -- 1909 Champions for an excellent show. ing. Those making the trip o Dan Dr. L. J. Marshall, formerly of. ville were Francis and Donald Frauquier County, Va. ol~ened an Frye, Bob Wells, David Webb, A. office in the Bishop building in B. Cash, Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Town and one in Middle- Buyer, Tim Sinn and Fred Daven- way for the practice of medicine, port of Harpers Ferry. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- To the Creditors'and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Archie larles of the Estate of Lewis L. SmiCh Robinson, deceased. Allen, deceased. All persons having claims a- All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Archie Smith galnst the estate of Lewis L. Robinson, deceased whether due Allen. deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, gaily verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town. West Building, Charles Town, West Virginia on or before the 9th Virginia on or before ~he 9th day of Oct., 1959; otherwise they day of OCt.. 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All ben~-.benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified ficiaries of said estate are notified to be presen~ on said date to pro, to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests, tect their interests Given under my hand this 7th Given under my hand this 7~h day of April, 1959. day of April, 1959. MARK B. W~-~rZEL,- MARK B. WETZEL, Commissioner of Accounts Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va. 9 3T County of Jefferson April 9-3T April - I , - j NOTICE TO CREDITORS, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- To the Creditors ,and Benef/- iaries of the Estate of Annie M. iaries of the Estate of Florence S, Yates, deceased. Bradley, deceased. All persons having claims a- ~ll persons having dlalms a- gainst the estate of Annie M. gainst the estate of F, lor~nce S. Yates, deceased, whether due Bradley, deceased, whether' d(le or not, are notified to exhibit the or not. are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- same, with vouchers thereof, le-. gaily verified to the undersigned, gaily verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Building, Charles Town. West Virginia on or before ,the 9th Virginia on or before the 9th day of Oct.. 1959; otherwise they day of Oct., 1959; Otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bone- benefit of said estate. All bone:. ficiaries of said estate are notified ftciaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 7th day of April, 1959. MARK B. WETZEL. Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson April 9-3T NOTICE TO CREDITORS. tect their interests. Given under my hand this 7th day of April, 1959. MARK B. WETZEL. Commissioner of Accounts, Jefferson County April 9-3T NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Beneflc- To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of James 'R. of ~he estate of Wlldia V., Marshall. deceased. Derry, deceased. All persons having claims a- All persons having claims ao galnst the estate of James R. gainst l~he estate of Wtldta V. Marshall, deceased whether due Derry, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, gaily verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office a~ my office in ,he Town of I-~r- Building, Charles Town, West pers Ferry Jeffemon CoUnty, WeSt Virginia on or before the 9th day of OCt., 1959; otherwise .they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 7th day/of April, 1959. MARK B. W m ZEL. Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson April 9-3T NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Virginia on or before the 8th day of Oct., 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be presen,t on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 6th day of April. 1959. HII.tDA M. Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson April 8-3T~pd. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- To the Creditors '~nd Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Cornelia J. iavies of Albert J. R. Sohumaker, McQuade, deceased, deceased. All persons having claims a- All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Cornelia J. gainer the es~ of Albert, J. R. McQuade, deceased, whether d~e Schumaker, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- same, with vouchers thereof,lt- gaily verified to the undersigned, gaily verified, to the undersigned, at my office in th~ Citizens Office at my office in the Town of Har- Building, Charles Town, West pets Ferry Jefferson County, West Virginia on or before the 9th Vi.rg~ni~ on or before the $th day of Oct., 1959: otherwise they day of Oct., 1959; otherwise tlhey may, by law be excluded from all may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- benefit of said estate.. All bone- ficiarles of said estate are notified ficlaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests, tect their interests. Given under my hand this 7t~ Given under my h~nd tltls 6th day of April, 1959. d~y of April, 1959. MARK B. WETZEL, " HII~A M. Commissioner of Accounts Com~alssloner of Accounts County of Jefferson County of Jefferson April 9-3T $-3T-pd. N 0 T I C E SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Of Special Election M, ............ 6--B IHI:RSDAY, APRIL ...... y 's. Julia wnlpp v ianus --- - .... --- Tuesday, April 21 ---- Mr.% Lester Oft and son Mi- Mr and Mrs John Iilt~ ------- Tuesday afternoon callers with cvhael spent the day Friday with ]child"on of Miilville were Mrs. Buss Stagner Jr. were Mrs.her mother Mrs. James Dailey. one evening with their A special election for cl~ange in John Milton and children andMr. Clarence SmaHwood o] Kab and sister-in-law Mr. a~! boundaries for the Corporation of Mrs. Thelma Mumaw of Millville letown was a caller on Thursday [Melvin Tumblin and fa~ Charles Town, W. Va. will be held Mrs. James Wise and two child at Mz'~. Maude Smallwood.' [ Little Brenda, small of Mr and Mrs Burley on Tuesday, April 21. ren of Ohio and Mrs. Hall Thorn Mrs. Helen Shu'ley, Mrs.Elva[ ~. " .... '=., , "o~ On motion duly made by Geo- son of Murreil Hill spent the day Lancaster and Miss Pat Mauch of [par}en~ m. rne t(na~ms .~,, rge Mullen and seconded by How- Wednesday with Mrs. Albert the General Telephone Company feral ~osp~ai w~th_dou~w ard Sechris,t, the council unani-~Viands Jr. and family at the viisted Mrs. Charlotte Edwards imoma, az~e was ca~:en !~ mously adopted the following or- Bloomery. Mrs. Wise has been another member of the General [o,ay.evemng. Two o~ ~,; dinance relating to the change in s.pending two weeks with her mo who lives at Loudoun Heights Va. [cmmren are recovering the boundaries of .the Ci~ty of Char ther Mrs. Thomas and was to re ' mumps ann measms. los Town, setting down a special t,.u'n home this past week. and has been very fll for two [ ~ ....~ ~-~ "~ .... ~ Vi~ weeks on Friday afternoon. Glad I ..... ~:'" ~'~ .... "~'?~'~' ie election date, and adopting rules Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- ,to know Charlotte is able to sit up ]sons ~lenn ann oac~ _,1 concerning the holding of saidmale and daughter Donna Lynn some now. |were ~unaay evening ca,, special election, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles Mrs. Elva Viands and daughters /th~efr~r~iez~dPa~'ents Mr.~ Whereas, more than five per-and daughter Cheryl Lynn spent cent (5%) of the freeholders re- the day on Tuesday with relatives Mary and Nancy were callers on | " __._, siding in the City of Charles Town in Berkeley Springs. Tuesday evening with Mrs. Hall [ _ desiring to change the corporateMr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Thomson at Murrell Hill. |SON BORN TO GANOS limits thereof, have filed Vheir pc- Md. spent the weekend with his Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Karns of IN WINCHESTER HoSP Hagerstown, Md. were Sunday call ------ , ti,tions in writAng duly verified parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert ors with their cousins M:r. andI Mr. and Mrs. Edwara setting forth the change proposed Y'rye . in the metes and bounds of such Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon Mrs. Bert Viands and Mr. and Jefferson Avenue are corporation; and asked that a vc~te of Washington, D. C. Spent theMrs. Harry Shirley at Middleway [congratulations on a fi be taken upon the proposed chan- weekend with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands were ]boy Terry Edward wet go. Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah Fritts dinner guests on Sunday with the 13!2 oz. born Monuday, And whereas said petition was They also called on Tommie's mo- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fritts of [The GanGs have one c Shirleys. ' Winchester Memorial accompanied by an accurate sur- thor in Shenandoah Junction. vey showing by metes and bounds Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Farter of town was a caller on Saturday ev- ]girl 3~, yrs. old. Both the territory to be embraced with Martinsburg were Thursday din- ening with the Fritts brothers, baby are doing fine. in the new boundary a,s follows, to nor guests with Mr. and :Mrs. Al- wit: bert Viands Sr. Beginning at a stake (1) on the M.iss Linda Kay Vanordsdale of souFnern limits (15 feet from the Martinsburg spent a couple of center line of track of the B. & days with her uncle and aunt Mr. O. Railroad, Valley Branch a cot: and Mrs. O. Whitacre at the nor of Ranson; thence with ~he Bloomery. railroad also a line of Ranson N- Mrs. Beulah Fritts was in Mar- 24-04 E 1381 feet to a stake (2) on tinsburg on Monday night con- the south line of a public road suiting her doctor Dr. Sharpe. a corner of Ransom therme ,with Mr. William Frye of Brunswick. ,the road N 87-32 E 941 feet to a bld. was a caller on Monday af- 'stake (3) thence along another ternoon with his mother Mrs, Rob line of Ranson N 8-11 W 3183 feet ert Frye. to a stone (4) thence along a new Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- line throug~h the land of Burns N male were in Berkeley Springs on 73-00 E 3500 feet to a stake (5); Monday visiting his mother. , thence. ~'urther through Burns Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and S 70-17 E 1074 feet to a point on daughter Bonnie visited 'the tat:: west side of the North. abutment tcrs parenL~ Mr. and Mrs. Milton of ~he bridge on the Flowing Popkins ou Sunday in Kabletown. Springs road (6): ,thence with the Mr. Joe Brooks of near Kable- said road S 32-17 W 485.3 feet: S town and Mr. Amy Smallwood 35-24 W 2709 ft.; S 41-44 W 129.5 spent the day Friday with the for feet; S 54-10 W 623.3 fect to a nail mers brother-in-law and sister Mr. in the center of the road (10);, ,,~d Mrs. Wiles near Frederick. thence leaving said road and run Md. pang ~h.rough .the land of Boyle S Mr. Melvin and Wh's. Beulah 4-54 E 2420 fee4 cxossing Route Fritts spen,t Saturday evening 340 ,to a stake (11) on the South with friends at t:he Moose in Bruns line of said road; thence through wick, Md. the land of Du~r0w and Willis S Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and 4-26 W 2896 feet ~o a stake (12); daughter Cheryl Lynn of Loud- thence through Wi,ll:is aAnd Jones Gun Height% Va. spent the day S 20-34 W 4541.7 feet to a stake Sundlty with the latters parents (13); ,thence fhrough Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Albert viands Jr. crossing Route 9 and throug~h t~e and family at the Bloomery. lands of McCabe, Burns and Perry N 61-50 W 5481.9 feet to a stake (14) 10 feet from an original cor- ner of Chaxles Town; thence along a line parrallel to and 10 feet from an original line of Charles Town N 17-36 W 2417 feet ,to a stake (15) 14.1 feet from an original corner of Charles Town; Vhence a- long a line parallel to and 10 feet from an original line of Charles Town S 72-24 W 1539.7 feet to a nail (16) on the center line of the N & W Railroad N 30-31 E 1273.9 feet; N 28-46 E 410 feet;, N 25-06 E 309 feet to a nail (19) on the center line of the N & W Railroad: thence leaving the N & W. Railroad and running N 72-24 E 91 feet to a stake (20) an orig- inal corner of Charles Town; then ice wit.h ~he original lines of Char- 'los Town S 17-36 E 178 feet. S 22- 54 W 673 feet; S 15-06 E 510 feet; N 72-24 E 595 ~'ee~; S 17-36 E 2427 feet; N 72-24 E 2013 feet; S 17-36 E 750 feet; N 72-24 E 1902 feet; N 17-36 W 750 feet; N 72-24 'E 870 feet; N 17-36 W 3650 feet to ehe point of beginRing, contort ink B17.5 aires, And, 'whereas, the council pre- scribed bond in the penalty of Five Hundred and 00/100 ($500.00) Dol lars to be furnished by ~he voters with good secttvlt~ ,to pay the costs of such election if a majority of the vote~, cast are 'against the pro posed change in boundary; and Whereas, bond wAth sufficient security and approvbd was tender ed and flied with the city clerk. Now,therefore, be it ordairted by the l~tyor: knd ci~ty council of Charles Town as follows: l=Thft, the ordinance adcoted March 23, 1959, be and the same ',is hereby repealed and amended. ,2-That an election be held in the m~yor's office for .the quali- fied totem of the City of Char- ies Town, and for ~he quallfited voters in the territory sought to be ,included ~t the Chaxles Town High School building situated on High Street. in the eastern sub- urbs of Chaxles Town, on April 21, 1959, between the hours of swen o'clock (7:00) a. m.. and seven o'clock (7:00) p. m., eastern Mmy ~ lm~ ~ mrvlm ~mm ~M~ M~r~z~. ]bmlu~ve Gyrafcam Easy Terms. Low Down payment* Trade-In. Come in Today! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., standard time. 3-Tl~t council, name five (5) qualified voters in ~e corporate lia~l,ts of Charles TOwn to serve as election officials and five (5) qual ifled voters w~thin the territory sought to be changed to serve ~ts election officers in said territory. 4-'~mt the ballots cast on such questions shall have wri,t~en or printed on them ~the words: .FOR CHANCRE OF CORPORATE LIMITS AGAINSt CHANGE OF CORPORATE LIMITS 5-Tl~t notice of such eleotion be pttbllsheul once a week in the Spiri~ of Jefferson-Fathers Advoc a~te. a newspaPer of general ircui ~tion within ~he City of Charles Town and 0he territory sought ,to be clanged in two (2) issues there of, beglnrflng April 9, 1959, and ending April 16, 1959. .Poll workers will be: Ma, yor's Office-Cecil Eby, Mrs. Mary F. Ingrain, Mrs. Anne Get- 'zendanner, Mrs. Lacy Bailey, Mrs. H. P.. Whlt~ore. High School, High Street-Ed- ward Morgan, Shirley Hunt, Mrs. S. H. Stone Mrs. James Morlson, Mrs. H. E. Shreck. PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY HERD AND FARM MACHINERY NEAR ASHBURN, LOUDOUN COUNTY VIRGINIA SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1959 STARTING AT 10:00 A. M. (RAIN OR SHINE) Dissolving partnership, we will sell on the Randolph Tiller Farm, about 4 miles Southwest of Ashburn through Ryan on the Ashburn to road (follow sale signs from :Ashburn and Areola) at the above time the following: 127 HEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY HERD 127 HEAP HERD BANGS CERTIFIED AND TB ACCREDITED 54 COWS 73 HEIFERS Of the 54 Holstein Cows, 9 have been fresh since January 1, 6 drya and the balance in full flow of milk, Herd 100% calfhood vaccinat Bangs, TB and Bangs tested for this sale, and a veterinarian will be ent to issue interstate shipment papers. DHIA milk records will be given on sale day. This herd is now on artificial breeding program. 73 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS:--22 BRED HEIFERS, 18 Yearling and 33 Heifers from 2 to 10 months old. Maturity of Heifers are artificially sired and all Heifers old enough are calf hood vaccinated. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Stelnhorst 320 gallon Milk Tank in good condition; 6 Octaval Milkfng Units and pail; 2 Strainers, 3 Milk Buckets, Washing Machine, 3 Section Wash Up Vat, Compressor and Motor, large enough for 8 Milkip, g Units; Wash-Up Bucket Buckets; 3 Good Jamesway Rubber Tired Feed Carts. FARM MACHINERY-----.3 TRACTORS International 300 Utility Tractor with Torque Amplifier and 3 Point ternational 200 Farmall Type Tractor. both less than 3-years old. both with fast fully equipped and inexcellent/condition; M Farmall Tractor with power steering, cently overhauled andexcellent rubber; U-~4A Ma~ure Loader with pan and fork; ternational Cultivators with fast hitch for 390 Utility Tractor. The following equipment with fast hitch'--International two 14" bottom plow; tional Corn Planter, Cut-Off Saw, 7-ft. International Mower (1-year old all platform ). 2 Rubber Tired New Idea Wagons with Ensilage Sides. practically new rubber; Holland Side Delivery ,Rake, No. 45 McCormick Baler with power take-off; land Bale Loader. Johfi Deere 15 disc drill on rubber: Gehl Blower with pipe; International Field Harvester with corn head and cutter bar attachment; Cul Grass Harrow, John Deere Heavy Duty Disc. Little Genius two 14" Bottom rubber; 9 A International Disc, David Bradley Rubber Tired Wagon, New Idea 36 vator with electric motor; New Idea Tractor Spreader. 1950 CHEVROLET 1/2 TON PICK-UP TRUCK. Power Lawn Mower, 40-ft. Extension Ladder. Blizzard Cutting Box, Horse Mower, IIorse Plow, Manure Spreader for parts and Small Tools too numerous to C. FRANCIS PRINTZ AUCTIONEERS' NOTE:---This is an exceptio-mlly young herd of cows about one which are first and second calf heifers with very few cows over 4th calf. large, well bred Holstein Cows that are all uddered': If you are looking for ening young cows you will find several here that will pay their way now real cows for fall and late summer freshening. They are artificial and well bred Holstein Heifers. Will be sold in small grouPS ing to sire, size, etc. With the exception of 3 or 4 pieces of machinery, it chased new less than 3 years ago and in good condition. Neither of the continuing farming, so everything will sell foF the high dollar, so plan to attend sale. ABOUT 1500 BALES TIMOTHY HAY. TERMS :--CASH. i(/ MRS. H. RANDOLPH TILLETT Clerk .CAR ON C. E. (TED) GARDNER Mayor April 9-2T- ASHBURN, VIRGINIA Ph: SPring 7-3262 Sale Conducted By: NORTIIERN VIRGINIA AUCTION 'COMPANY Leonard C. Bowman, Purcellville, ED 8-7116 James deButts, Hamilton, GI 5-4120 / Lunch Will Be Served by Ashburn Volunteer Fire Department.