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'- ' THE BEST OF I Ja[Lic) I b j HILL-DALE SHOPPING CENTER HILL-DALE S G CENTER [] I HI li ~IHi ~liHli I ~ ~Xt~ ~l |D night at Boyce, Va. were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Breeden~ er classes. , SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ........ r " B .... land three children, Cindy, Linda Number one hogs, 2600, featured 'lPlAlTrt~nlV MAV~"ha lq ,r I )/'lkl uete~ aces lrmuay ]an-' Johnn ~ 1. ~; .... " .......................... 66 B--~ 1 me .......... u y m t~anson, ivtr ana the sale. I ----------- I VI~ DeDoie Adams fitue aaugnter D v'd Hon~dpn nnd ~on l~a , Mrs. a 1 _s ............. - Choice butcher steers, none; i er- a- t 2~0^ - ,urs.* ........ ausun ~lcoaemus of.Mr, and_ _ _Mrs" Woodrow ........ Adams, vid, Jr., of Shena"-~nuc,ah ouncuon ...... i good butcher steers, 23.00 to [ p~gs~, he. R a,~p o z u. oars, ] .f AlrfR Dt g, p _ , ceieDratea her nlnm ozrmaay on aria Mr~ Mnllv Hillard [ ..... .. ,~ ...... , o....o .... ~..~,o, ..... ,~ ......................... ~ .......... 25.50; plain to medium steers, k~]~ell~..ou~ ~al,~ ~ta,.t **.'ha hl'~HeF _-~ ") ql~ ~:~.'..~g~.:~*.~e~:~I#lK~ Nil Sunda May 15 b viewin~ the ........ I ' " / ...................... ~r*,~. ..~ ........ Y' " Y . ~ ~r. and lurs wnomas ~owers, : 21.00 to 22.75; choice butcher heft- A M Livestock ales 1 3" P "" I"'-"~ ~ trch Service Skyline Caverns of Virginia and . " r . .-- " ~ : v .~u. -. j ers, 23.50 to 24.50; good butche I ................ r ~-" ....I . f~-----'-'~ Jr, entertained with a picnic uin- F - . enjoyed a picnic on the grounds. . r~acn ~,,,,uay. ~e~u,, o~,e---~,a,,- ~ ,, r'hltsunday" May 29 at 9.30 a.m. Darlen o Ma-oah_- celebrated her her on Saturday, May 74, when a heifers, 22.00 to 23.25; plain to me-[ at., 30 [ ,'- ~ng prayer and. sermon ff eleventh birthday with a nartv on families get-together was held at! dium heifers, 18.00 to 21.75; good z .... ~ " [ ~,~~[]rA ~ev. Temple wheeler at ~t ....... ~. ~. ~ their ~ome Wh ...... s-"* ...... I good bulls, none; plain to medium [ GO TO CHURCH '"'-"---~ND~r ( ~4~-~*~'F'~-~"--~'f'~ m'~ v~ ..... ~ ~ .... ~, ~unaay, ~aay ~a given Dy her par- . ". -- " : .'~..v .......... I bulls, 21.00 to 24.50; commercialI _ .. ................ ~.~,~-.~r -~v,o~v-. ,~ ........ ents Mr and Mrs Glenn Ma-aha twr. aria wrs. oonn t~ozart and two 1 ( ........ ~ cows, 20.50 to 22.00; utility cows,/I rs. Max Christian of Atlantic t a, their home in Frederick Md sons, Johnny and Tony of Dol- 19.00 to 20.25; canners and cut-im .... 2_ _ ' _ ~', N. J., and sister, Mrs. Rob-I Mrs Charles Adams and two' chil" than, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Randolph Smith, Jr., returned', dren Martha and Chuckle were Schwarzmann and three children ters, 18.75 down; cows by the]l Jr I i i X | Friday from a vacation to their ! amon~ the ~uests Refreshments Randy, Garry and Sharon Diane i head, up to 260.00; stocker and 1 ~ v a ~ m ~ a ~ p i~ /q 1 | V l ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and wor, ~o,.,,~'ann ~,,q ....... h,,a, of Bel Air Md, Mr and Mrs feeder steers, 25.00 to 31.00; stock[N~M~ BI~T U/|~MI~ ~l't~ ~11tP~ !. George W. Rogers of Kim-lmany nice gifts. Frances Renner and two sons, heifers, 24.00 to 27.50. [~ MIIM i=~/ wldnLJ I~n dU~l=dd ton, Va., and on returning Mrs Max Christian of Arian- Andy and Michael of Shenandoah Choice to prime calves, 34.00 to]]] n, ,~ ~le the s eat sme time with ~ II [RITTS APR ., Y ~P . . . ". " . tie City, N. J, and her sister, Mrs. Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sow- 37.00; good butcher calves, 30.00 I NCE'&~ to 33 75; medium butcher calves FURNITURE ar orotner and tamily, ~ar. an.a Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., were ers and two children, Dwayne and s. j. Robert Rogers of Pearls- house uuests for a few days of Terry of Laurel, M d., M~ss Bessm 27.00"to 29.75; thin calves, 26.75 CEHTER g, Va., and also they were their sister and brother-in-law Jenkms of Berkeley Springs, Mr. down; heavy calves, 24.00 to 31.00.|1~nr ,v~, oo.~r, rr~ t~.r,xr~ ~ ,VU~*D ~ts at the home of their sister, Mr and Mrs. R R Rultinger, Jr', Robeert Jenkins 'of Martinsburg, Lambs, good to choice, 27.85 to|| ~ur A,,,i ~r~ t~,~ ~r~,~iD,v~o~ ~. Gale Farmer, of Radford, Va.i and familv of Kensin~,ton Md " Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jenkins and 28.00; lambs, medium to good, .......................... x,**,~p**~,,o ~lr. and Mrs, Charles AdamsI "Mr. and~Mrs. Charles McDonald styx. children, Linda, Patricia, 25.85 to 27.50; butcher ewes, 5.00 /g~UkH'tU Ai~UPDTI~'IUP_ PftkADtklV e among the Blue Ridge Twirl-, and family had Mr. and Mrs John i G orla Jean, PJoyee Ann, Geral- to 9.00; stock ewes per head, up LLI~I~Ui~ bil/ll.illlJIi~l ~UMI'RI~/ who attended the last square Cozart and two sons, Johnny and'dine and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. to 14.00. of___ th__~e season oll Frid____ay lid i Hi For All Your Farm Supply Heeds Call or Visit U* SOUTHERN STATES IRL[S TOWN COOPERATIVE "ginia Dial 725-2Z12 Tony, of Dalthan, Ala., as their guests on Wednesday evening. Martha and Chuckie Adams] were overnight guests at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley of Berry-i ville, Va., and on Saturday Mrs.: IZackley and family were accom- panied by Martha and Chuckie to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and were luncheon guests. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden Jimmy L. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Franklin Getts and rice chil- Thomas Sowers, Sr. dren, Angela, Monty, Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell Mrs Max Christian ~: Atlantic Rickey, Tracey, Mr. James Mason City, N. J., Mr. and M s. Robert and two children, Jimmy and Ray- Randolph Smith, Jr., and daugh- mond of Charles Town were ter Elizabeth R. Smith and Miss Sunday supper guests at the Cera- Elizabeth M. Smith will go to valo home. Morgantown on Sunday, May 29, Cay Bayliss who underwent to see Miss Ruth Rogers Smith re- surgery several weeks ago in the celve her diploca in languages at Charlottesville Hospital has re- West Virginia University at Mor- turned to his home in Berryville. gantown. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hayward I~~!::~1~~~ COLOR TY 8ETSI WASHER-DRYERS! SEWING MACHINES| MOTOR SCOOTERSI I CITGO DISTRIBUTOR Moler's Citgo Service E. Washington St., ExL Charles Town, W. Va. Heights Citgo Service RFD., Kearn.eysville, W. Va. Inwood Citg0 Service Co er of U. S. 11 & Rt. 51 Inwood, W. Va. ttolmes White's Garage Middleway, W. Va. Wflt's Grocery RFD 2, H rpe 's Fe :rY, W. Va. Slusher's Citgo Service Noi'th Mildred Street Ranson, W. Va. Leon's Citgo Service Shepherdstown, W. Va. Dillow's Market Rippon, W. Va. Welsh's Grocery Bakerton, W. Va. Mercer's Grocery Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. The Raven Store Rt. 9 - Clmrles Town, W. Va. Miss Lillian Myers Sympathy xtended Much sympathy is extended the family of Mrs. Irene Brown who died in Kings Daughters Hos- pital, Martinsburg, last Thursday morning. It was indeed a privi- lege to have known her. She will be greatly missed not only by her family but her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henry of Charles Town spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mr. Earl Crowell who had re- turned to his home last week from the Charles Town Hospital was again taken ill and is a pa- tient there. His friends wish for him a complete recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Angelo, of Martinsburg, visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Engle, of Shepherdstown, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Ruritan Club Meets [I The Junction Ruritan Club met Monday, the 16th, at the Commu- nity Center for a family night dinner. Speaker for the evening was the Rev. Russell Urquhart of the Charles Town Baptist Church who gave an inspiriing talk on "The hnportance of the ,,Rural Church in the community. Ite brought out the fact that no tom- munity is complete without the presence of a church. Ray Seal conducted the bust- Good butcher hogs, 25.50 to TOM LENNON, Owner K~~a~ll 26.00; medium butcher hogs, 24.75 SHOWROOMS IN REININGER BLDG. Quotations of the Blue Ridge lto 25.25; heavy butcher hogs, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, 19,00 to 24.00; butcher sows, 15.00 W. Va,, Monday, May 23, 1966. to 18.00; heavy feeders and light We Supplied The Favors Of Pens And Rain-Bonnets Receipts of all classes light, i butcher hogs, 25.00 to 26.00; For This Opening with a good demand for all butch, shoats per hundred, 27.00 down; / hess meeting and urged each club member to help in the projects Our being sponsored by the club. A TAKE "PRICELESS" VACATION s wr:wa*$o2: ,x- o You Have Made It, Grads_ _ .... and we le p] oud " ' of each one you, Soon, you'll dis- covel all youl hard work was woz hwhile. We Hope That Each One Will Dedicate Their Lives To Doing" Something Worth- SAVE AHEAD, let our gen- erous earnings add to your travel band. Have more money to spend--- come home bi/1-free! Start vacation savings now. 4 A% Gurrent Rate Per Annum SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. while. Don't Be Afraid Of Hard Work. Dial RE 9-1001 II I Recognize A Challenge And Meet It. Never before in the histozT of this Great Nation has the oppolunity or need been any greater than it is today... --IN THE SAME LOCATION SINCE 1892- RANSON -- Jefferson County WEST IA "A GI OWlqNG BUSINESS FOR SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS"