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udents Charles ,,riginal and Mrs. H H. Hunter band comp at amp rame for a / won for the most amusing week. /10wn Junior High hre Af,er a most delicious dunch- Liltle Miss Meg Gray, of Shop- con served in a tastefully decorat- herdstown, was a Monday guest J N ed dining room the business meet of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and amed To Honor Roll ing was held in the lounge of the Mrs. David Penwell and family, Club while her mother, Mrs Ran[on [ A total of 90 seventh and eighth Mrs. Robert Leonard opened Gray spent the day in Perryville, [grade students of Charles Town the meeting, and annual reports Md. Other guests in the evening ]Junior High School acquired a were read and discussed. Mrs. of the Penwells were Mrs. Itarry ["B" or better average during the George Heidrich, Chairman for Dinges and sons, Ricky and Son- ] sixth six weeks of the 1965-66 Annual club dance, gave last min ny, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. [ school term and thereby were ute reports Irving Gray and son, Robbie, of [named to the school honor roll, Mrs. Leonard stated that the Ransom [it was announced this week by Jefferson County Civic Center Mrs. Charles Gray and daugh- [ Principal Roscoe R. Payne. Board has given their consent for tar, Donna, of Ranson, and Mrs. ] Fifty of the students are eighth a Garden Center to be located at ,Joseph Ranalli and children, [graders and the other 40 were the Library in the Center. The Mar]it, Vivian, and Joey, of Mill- | seventh graders. [ The list is as follows: Shenandoah Garden Club to spon- villa spent Tuesday at the home sor and be responsible for all of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell | SEVENTH GRADE -- phases of this project, and family. [ Clayton Anders, Patty Anders, Mrs. Cooper, Chairman of pro Mrs. David Penwell and Mrs. [ George Brown, Debra Creamer, gram for 1966-67 gave brief re. Martin Grimes, of Charles Town, [ Steve Cooper, Chloe Dafter, Mark port on program committee meet were in Winchester, Va., Wednes- [ Dailey, Deborah Deeds, Kathryn ing held recently at her home. day on business and later in the , |DeHaven, Darlene Dodson, Rich- Mrs. Creamer announced the afternoon they shopped. The fonrth grade students at the Wright Denny Schoal used their many artists talents in making ard Funk, Elaine Gageby, Pam winners of awards for the year. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott, of litter bags for their parents. This ,as a project motivated by their teacher, Mrs. James Wat n, Jr., Hardman, Jewell Harrell, Jeffery Mrs Louise Ramey received the Halltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis a past president and active memt er of the Senior Woman's Club, who members are taking an active Harris, Robert H enshaw, Vivian award for the most points made Howell, tiloria Jenkins, Peggy in horticulture and Mrs. Maurice Williams, Jr., of Charles Town, leadership bl the County Beautification Program. t .......... a litter ba for i , Jenmns, Lee Jones, nerry Lues, Cooper most points for arrange- attended the annual ,Jaycee and Watson had all pupils in her room make g the r parents. These bags were ver "am .............. ' Jackette Inaugural Ball in Front ....... d eS fflC~.~OmlCK, VlCKIe lVlCDOn- ments. or~ln~ withappeailng an ?lever captions. ............. , .... laid, Terry Minor, Bruce Meier, -- Royal, Va., Saturday evening. The dinner and dance was held at ~urs. u. ~. ~ioom, ~'reslaent el me umD aim unairman tor the uounty ulean-up an Beautification, I Jovce Ott, Beth Perry Tim Ride,e- ~~~~ the Virginia Gentlaman Restau- Ls stressing ~clean-up and beautification projects w ith the youth of our county, way, Rebecca Ro'gers, Kathy Sims, Charles Smallwood, Walter HALLTOWN rant in Front Royal. They had the pleasure of meeting Congress- noon. led us in our worship this past i Smallwood, David M. Smith, Clau- Mrs. Bernard Ott man John O. Marsh, Jr, and Cap- $ . Mrs. Faye D'Angelo of Halltovm Sunday morning. Special thanks aette Strange, mudia Strange, tain Herbert S. Matthews, Jr., L and Mrs. Charles D Angelo of are exnteded to Mr. Thomas Kite- t eorge /using, ric waggy, Ruth who started the physical fitness I Millville visited Mr. an( Mrs. hen of Charles Town who brought, Anne Wilt. n. program which is held on all the Mr. Wayne Welty ]Thomas Welty and family and us the morning sermon ]EIGHTH GRADE -- n~"Mi'c'~ae~'I:arrfl"Tnd evl en':. Naval ships and he also chose the . [ MrSing.. Ruth Clegg, Tuesday even- Children and Youth!" Do not for Nancy Alexander, B J. Allara, SOandS, Mrs a cn Ellise, WilliamsrY' a SrP of' man who is the physical fitness get Church Summer Camp. , I Laura Jones Allen, Brent Anders, Ranson, "visited their laughter trainer for the astronauts. (FROM LAST WEEK) ....... ]Church Announcements Mr. and Mrs. James Gageby/of[Karen Baker, Dale Bartles, Dale Sharon at band camp at Camp Mr. and Mrs. John Mennor, Sr., and Mrs. Davm t ageny aria . . . dauLhter Jo" ce motored t Wash I The Commlssmn on Educatmn Baltimore, Md. visited Mr. Gage- Bartles, Jim Brace]ale, Jess]ca Frame Thursday evening and Mr. and Mrs. John Mennor, in- n baturda" t s-end j of the Methodist Church will meet by's mother, Mrs. Nellie Gageby J Bradford, Noma Braithwaite, Bar. R ....a ..... n a,u h II, of Fenelton, Pa., returned V.. ' . o ..... y v_ | Thursday at 7"30 p m The mem- last week Mrs Gageby returned I bara Bratina, Dorry Cessarini, . "*Me home Sunday evening after awnue vzsmng With mrs. tiageDysl " ........ to Baltimore with her son and I Jeffery Clark, Bill Clem, Patricia ...... spending the weekend with their oio' - L--o Xi htner , .......................... z daughter-in.taw to spend awhile l Collis, Anne Coyle, Brenda Cro- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard .......... . =... .[Kidwiler, Mrs. Donna Kidwiler,vi .... on " . .am u a u, - Mr. and..1 ..Mrs'iDenmsi .... rVnzFol z'sOt | Mrs. Esther Bragg, Mrs. Kathryn sRmg w th them and also wait [ s , Lmda Dewing, Debbm Fell- Th,,rsna ., *he home -f Mr and Ott. Mrs. Kenneth Anders and J erryvu e, va v s teu m s _ ': .. , , | Welty, Shirley Dopson, Mrs. Dot Miss Bessie Bradfield. I era, Patrici.a French, Victoria .. " Pen el au- fa" il son Timothy visited Sunday after- parents, Mr ana mrs oonn o . : [Butler and Mr, Cleison Henkes. Mr. and Mrs. Claison Henkes ]Feench, Ceclia Green, Bobby Gru. d n?e was loan of noon, and later the Mennors and Bragg Saturaay afternoon ana .. . ] The MYF will not forget their and family of Falls Church, Va. [ , Joyce riarms, nusse l neare, Gra- with her children will " Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gageby and , s en aon ay evening. . ]bowling trip this Friday night. G enn Hoffman Frances Hough, " [ eor tan ....... P d the summer w th her aunt, Mr. Howard Amarose, aecom.| All members who are partieipat, tamzly of Charles Town and Mr. g na hough, razsy JenK- Mrs Mar- Reid Wilson in S* panied by his grandson Larry[ing in this activity will meet at and Mrs Eddie Trittipoe and]ins, William Jones, Dennis Kirk, -. OLD DOMINION -Ambrose of Charles Town travel. ]the Church at 7:00 of Harpers Ferry were Sun ]Wanda Littleton, Dottle Lloyd, " 'Mrs 'Kenneth'Anders and Mrs ed to the Newton D. Baker Vet.| The following committee of the ...... es'- M- and Mrs Ken aercnant, Sharon Miller, " ,:. .. "---"lCind-Pa"ne Paul Pro"st Miss'* Leighton Welch, of Ranson, via- Fur ure erans Hospital Wednesday night| MYF will clean the church this netn mwuer anu tamuy an(1 ar., z s , v , it^-' Mr" ...... r^nts Mr and ,%, visit his son Mr. Neale Arab. J Saturday at 9:30 a. m Linda, Dia- Charles Gageby I Ramey, Jess Reed, Kim Reid, Ric- g- v . , . k fl 1 Mrs Bernard Ott, on Fmday after :rose of Charles Town, who was[ ne and Kathy Longerbeam and Mr. Charles Gageby received a [ Y..R" ey, E izabeth Ring, Karla patient at the hospital for obserJIda Mary Butler. - letter from his son Dale, who isJRomnson, John Roth, PeggySm" noon... "h i'" n"-a" lwrs an el ray ape wtmn 14]$[JI i . | Methodist Students Day will be i- the U S Army that he arrivedI ot, Patty Spiker, Daniel Staubs, " ,inca, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George GagebyJ observed next Sunday. A special safely in Viet tam with 18,000 [ Debbie Walters, Diane Walter, urday evening with Mrs. Ramon and Mr. Howard Ambrose visited] offering will be received then. othe- boys Mr Ga-eb , TiP be[Elizabeth White, Hac Willingham Gray and children, Meg, Terry, 131 W. Washington St. stationed i; Vie Na f-r" and Ramon, of Shepherdstown. Mrs. Clara Dunn and Mr. Grafton ] We wish to express our deep ............ her Charles Town, W. Va. --m ................ I M ss Sharon Ott and brot s, Liskey in Inwood, Sunday after." appreciation to the laymen who.a. m_ero fl s s ay mine , rmy[ Michael, Larry and Stephen, were .... [ -- we w sn aie a sake return.] Ikdl | r. weekend guests of their grand- Telephone 25-2811 Visitors at the home of Mr. and [ IV|/. l l l 1 ]lJ parents, Mr and Mrs. Ellis R Mrs. Thomas W. Welty and family[ .... -_^ 'Williams, Sr: and uncle, Mr Don- lvlrs l aulu.v and Mrs. Ruth Clegg an Sunday] aid Williams: of Ransom " C O L O R were; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Covert [ ^" " and fami of Winchester, Va. and [ (FROM LAST WEEK) t tow-.-n? an d, Ul irUs ,W ll%mO Wood: ghek & White rse aria]Steve Oden. is spending some ward, OfeeBaker~Ot~ea~::::doa~ ........... l ume Wltrl nls aunt anu uncle, Mr. ~ vu ,, ~ ~ a~ . mr;:rommy ivloler, wno ~s w~.~n~ and Mrs. Bob Webb and family Hotel in Martinsburg on Monday me u. Army ana presenuy at Shenandoah Junction. morning. stauonea at tort JacKson in t:ol- Mr and Mrs Buddy D-dson Miss Sharon OtL a member of ombia, S C, came home last week .... '; ...... :.: " the Har ers Ferr- band left b- _ " _ ..... auu rurally, Ol ivlarylano, were re- v s , ena on a weegena pass to VlSit his ooont vi~itnr~ nf Mr snfl Mre M .... family and fmends He returned lard Ott and daughter, Kathy. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Certified Wiring) --.MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse ( ....... Products . COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. RANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS REFRIGERATORS" - TELEVISIONS APPLIANCE NTFR Dial 725-5516 North George Street -- Charles Town, W. Va. I I As Committee for Mrs. Agnes Sehumaker, we will sell at Public Sale the following articles located at the Morrell House, Harpers Ferry, W. Va, - turn right on Jackson St. - drive one block - turn left. SATURDAY - JUNE 25, 1966 - 10:00 A. M. 4 Poster bed, complete; large dresser and vanity; round walnut dining table and 6 chairs; walnut stand and mirror; walnut serving table; mahogany desk and cabinet; maple breakfast set; large sideboard; 2 elopes racks; radio and vict- rola combination; several bookcases, magazine rack; several metal filing cabinets; oak desk; stands; 3 piece Hying room suite; library table; cedar chest; straight back and rocking chairs; pictures and plcturo frames; several stands; small globe; suitcase and trunks; lot of books; electric fan; heat Hght; vacuum cleaner; Clocks; heaters; table and floor lights; hot plate; waffle iron; lawn mower with cord; and iron; some plated silver ware; set white gold band Havlland china; wedge. wood tea set; chocolate set; silver inlaid glass water pitcher; much more glass an4 china and brie.a.bra; Ward's refrlger. ator; old typewriter and stand; hand lawn mower; oil heater; oil cans; window ser--~s; stove pipe; lard cans; kitchen cabinet; some cooking utensils; coal or wood range; step ladder; garden tools; mahogany table; and other articles not listed. TERMS: CASH - Nothing to be removed until settled for. Bank of Charles Town, Committee For Mrs. Agnes Sehumaker CH. CLAY THARPE - Auetionser . W. MOORE - Clerk June 16-2t- back to base Sunday at 11:00 p.m. Sons Of Confederate Veterans Will Meet In Kearneysvflle June 28 The Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans, will hold their June dinner and meeting at the Reformed Church Hall, Kearneysville, Tuesday June 28th at 7:00 p m. Host members are Laird Mar- shall, chairman. H. H. Benner, James T. Blue, Jesse Engle, Herb- eft Everhart and Forrest Ham- mond. ZZOOOMMMM We've got ZZOOOMMM in our gasolene--New CITGO Premium... the Nasolene certified by ASCAR . , . and ZZOOOMMM in new CITGO Extra Range Motor Oil. ,. a now, extra rangu oil that gives greeter protection. I I Community Oil Co., Inc. Phone 725-7021 Charles Town, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Upright and _----. daughter, Karen and son, Scott, To the Creditors and Benefici. of Leetown, were Sunday visitors aries of the Estate of Harold G. of the litter's step-mother and fa- Moulton, deceased. ther, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rice All persons having claims a- and son, Gene. I gainst the Estate of Harold G. We were sorry .to hear of the Moulton, deceased, whether, due accident that occurred to Mr. Rice or not are notified to exhibit at the plant where he works We same, with the vouchers thereof, wish him a speedy recovery. [ legally verified to the undersign- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and[ ed, at ,her office in the Citi .ens daughter, of Charles Town, were Ioffice Building, Charles Town, Sunday visitors of the former'siTeSt Virginia, on or before the parents, Mr. and Mrs. CharlesI the 6th, day of December, 1966; Wiley and family. ] otherwise they may, by law be ex- Mr. Glover, of Newton D. Ba-]eluded from all benefit of said ker Hospital, was a Sunday vial-[estate. All beneficiaries of said tor of Mrs. Lucy Penwell. [ estate may appear on or before We were sorry to hear about]satd day to examine said claims Michael Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. [ and otherwise protect their inter Wilmer Bell. He fell and broke lest" a bone in his leg. We wish him a l Given under my hand this 6th speedy recovery. __ [ Mr. and Mrs. Larry'-Magaha, of[day of June, 1966. near Charles Town, Mrs. Philip Oden and daughters, Lisa and Marsha, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and fam. ily. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and family, of Maryland, were Sunday visitors of the latter's mother, Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha, of near Charles Town, and Mrs. Eva Bell and daughter, Nancy and granddaughter, Jeanne and Mrs. Philip Oden and daughters, Lisa and Marsha, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell and family. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and daugh- ter, Misty, and son, Jimmy, of "Jefferson Village," Leetown, wer Sunday visitors of her par- ants, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Kuhn, Jr., moved into the house belonging to Mr. Russell Fritts, of Charles Town, and vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands. Shenand - en Club Has Meeting At [Goose Creek Club The Shenandoah Garden Club met at the Goose Creek Country Club near Leesburg, Va. on June 8, for their annual awards lunch- eon. Mrs. Louise Dutrow Ramey made the arrangements for Mrs. Philip Creamer, co-hostesses for Philip Creamer, co-hostesses for the luncheon. 15 members attended the lunch con, all wearing hats which they had trimmed with fresh plant material of flowers, fruits and or vegetables. These were most out- standing and members voted as to their choice with Mrs. Louise Ramey being voted the most beau tiful, Mrs. H, H. Hunter and Mrs. June 6-3-t. L. C. BRISCOE NOTICE TO CREDITORS u To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of Harvey Lee Milbourne, deceased All persons having cla4ms a- gainst the Estate of Harvey Lee Milbourne, deceased, whether due or not are notified to exhibit same, wRh the vouchers thereof, legally verified to the undersign- ed, at her office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town West Virginia, on or before the the 6th, day of December, 1966; otherwise they may, by law be ex- cluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their inter- est. Given under my hand this 6th day of June, 1966. L. C. BRISCOE June 6-3-L NOTICE TO CREDITORS " To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of Elsie Lang- ford Payne, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of Elsie Lang-i ford Payne, deceased whether due or not are notified to exhibit same, with the vouchers thereof, i legally verified to the undersign- ed, at her office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the the 6th, day of December, 1966; otherwise they may, by law be ex- cluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine aid claims and otherwise protect their inter. est. Given under my hand this 6th day of June, 1966. L. C. BRISCOE June 6.3-t. SALES - SERVICE ANTENNAS INSTALLED ii;;ii Ranges - Refrigerators Air Conditioners-Washers A FINE SELECTION OF FURIIITURE tit tSEALY BEDDING IIII] I I I UNBALANCED BUDGET? Home Loan Payments US! home loan pay. merits in balance with your budget through our low-cost refinancing plan, Leaves more room for ev- eryday needs -- and ftm! Enjoy many special ad- vantages, too. SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. 1 Dial RE 9-1001 SPIRIT OF FFER ON FAR fEI S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1966 Mrs. Ott visited Mrs Lewis R.. D-L--.& t A& T .... necker, of Charles Town. i nuueri UII il'dllMtff l Enjoyed Cook-Out I -- ,N -- , Those enjoying a cook-out at I/0 Palnler$nleo K., the home of Mrs. Nathan]el GrayI - - " "[ and daughter ,Jennifer on Sunday i " * " [ afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Da-i UISTrlCT tanager [ vid Penwell and family of Hall-[ [ town, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ra-[ Word was received here[ nalli and family of Millville, Mr. [ week that Robert D. Ott, a and Mrs Martin. Grimes and. chil-I _esidenr t .... oz t h -lar es .... wn,l dren, Debble Marta, and Jimmy, [. - - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges and[ someyears nas oeen se] ..... :_~ .... o .....**_ ---~' as o, lstrlct manager zor an ~uus t~c~y auu ~omJy, mr. anu t ~ ....... J Mrs. Edward Moler, all of Charles I ance )rm )n unungto.n,j Town, Mr and Mrs Charles Gra[ ,. y been translerreo tO valn and daughter, Donna, Mr. and ]Ky., to take over as[] Mrs Ran-' 1 - 'ri.... new OlStrlct me new terrl~oa~-t~ ." uo pn tes anu oaugn- ". - . will cover includes 25 co ter, Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Irvlngl .... : . _ ano a populatmn ot aoout Gray and son Robbm, of Ranson, I .......... Mrs. Elmer Wright of near Har-I, jwr. u)t sta ect n:sj pers Ferry, Mrs. GGranville[ ouues . une .1. ana ne pia.. ] Wright, of Norfolk, Va., and Mrs.I move n!s 1.amuy rom num i Winera , T4"nlltn-,.vn I [0 l-'alniSvule as soon as pos ...... : ..... ." ........ Mr Ott is married to the f Mrs. Granwlle Wright, of Nor-[ ... ".. _: ........... folk Va is visitin- M- ^-d Mr- I v mua m mmwue Elmer Vright, ofg near a arpe=ls ftM avM orYuL ah MDr Ferry Mrs. Wright s husband is [ ..." ........ "" r~elson, ttoDert van, mlcnae on a tour of duty m the Navy and [ .... e~[ will return in September. [ anu uraz l yrone. [ Read vocate | ]Cd) To Su t Merchandisl Ladle's Birthstone Rings - $4.95 & U| , MMe ,'sS&LBiAI DhE one R!ngs - $6.95 & U] , W eud~oin&g'slBaLndS $5.95 & Diamond Ring Sets $24.50 & I GUITA!RS - $12.50 & Up ALSO ON SALE:. Binoculars, Transistor Radios, H'air Dryers & Steam Irons -- ! YOU'R CREDIT IS GOOD OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT No Finance or Carrying Charges [ WE[I:$ JEWELRY & PAWN I 112 W. WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ...... i PHONE 725-2214 Due to ill health, I am discontinuing the wood business and will sell the following located I mile West Bunker Hill. Turn West at Ease Station North of Bunker Hill 10:30 A. M. Cherry three corner cupboard, 2 walnut gateleg dropleaf 74 x 48 (hand made); 2 walnut dropleaf tables; solid knee hole desk; walnut stand with marble top; walnut walnut bookcase; lot of walnut and cherry end tables and tables; Adams chair; 2 sets of 6 Reed bottom chairs (good dillon); 2 sets of 4 Reed bottom chairs (good condition); nut wagon seat (refinished); other wagon seats; walnut cradle; old cradle; Lincoln rocker; 2 rocking chairs with bottoms; old iron wood box stove; 20 old chairs of all kinds; old oil lamps; copper kettle; brass kettle; 2 mantle clocks; 2 bushel end stands; elee. coffee grinder; half bushel wood buckets; sugar bucket; iron pots with tripods; cow sleigh bells; tea cart; 2 sets single buggy harness; water (refinished); 2 Hames with looking glass; 2 round stands; terns; desk; 4 butter prints; iron griddles; carnival glass bowl with 12 cups; Approximately 200 Pieces of Carnival Of All Kinds; Large pressed glass cake plate; other glassware. Shop Equipment And Tools Delta radial arm saw (like new); Craftsman's wood lathe attachments and extension (like new); 12" Craftsman with large motor; belt sander; edge sander and jig saw atlon; belt sander; drill press; chain hoist, 1 ton; 2 table 4 " drills; 2 drills; drill; 2 Skil saws; elec. elec. motors; large gasoline motor; chain saw; metal and work tables; power mower (self propelled); air cowboy saddles; Stewart sheep clippers; several hand planes; drill bits; wrenches; chisels; misc. tools; bolts; sandpaper; 75 clamps of all shapes and sizes; butchering 2 iron pots; sausage stuffers; ladles; 4 wooden tubs; gas 2,000' walnut lumber (some 2" walnut); Maple lumber; Cedar lumber; 500' Cherry lumber; 200' seasoned Poplar bar; 100' old Pine lumber (some 19" wide); 300' new pipe; iron; junk and numerous other articles. GUNS LeFevre 12 ga. trap gun; Stevens Semi.Automatic .22 double barrel Winchester Model 24; 12 ga. shotgun; barrel Essex 20 ga. shotgun; semi.automatic Remington shotgun; Ithica 12 ga. Shotgun; Sulky. Not Responsible For Accidents. Lunch Auctioneers: Morrow, Shockey & Orndorff Clerk: George Gain Mr. &Mrs. Doll AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is an opportunity for you to chase some antique furniture ready for your home collection of Carnival Glass is worthy of your attention. At the same time and place I will sell the following and equipment of the late Harry Swisher. Socket sets, miscellaneous tools and wrenches, elec. drill, dec. transit, salamander, chain saw, elec: welder, 1962 Jeep Truck with 4-Wheel Drive, International Truck. Mrs. Harry June