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irte. 965 S pts ting F. 0rr, J. P. E. Stephens, Const. E. Alger, J. P. Pierce, J. P. E. Clipp, J. P. J. Cameron, J .P. County Fund Carr, Const. M. Stroupe, J. P. W. Henry, Const. L. Buracker, Const. Twigg, J. P. Turner, Const. B. Honk, Const. D. Mercer, Const. Johnson, Const. DOG TAX FUND received from Assessor Receipts Total Receipts ENTS: year orders issued $36.00 Cma ent year Orders Outsta,nding 30th, 1966 2.00 $ 252.00 .... "- ":.'- 15.00 2,840.50 133.00 716.00 Mrs. Bernard Ott 199.50 .-. " ..... 10,495.90 Mr. and Mrs. William Linton, 143.00 Mrs. Cornelia Laye, of Inwood, 13.00 and Mrs. M~bel Ritter, of Win- 24.00 chester, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. 4.20 Bernard Ott last Sunday after- 13.50 noon. 12.00 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy 6.00 and son, Marshall, Jr., Mrs. Win- 12.50 erd Bowers and grartdson~s, Bruce 12.00 Bowers and Kenny Muse, Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and grand- $~1a,~.1~ daughter, Mary Lane Costello, all of Halltown, Mrs. Henry McKee i and children, Karta and Henry, Mrs. Nettle McD~niels and sons, $1,604.00 Gregory and Stephen ,of Ranson, 71.00 attended the McAboy reunion at $1,675.00 Year Orders Paid $34.00 Former Year Orders Paid None Total Orders Paid $34.00 $34.00 Orders 37.50 of June 30th, 1965 623.49 Sheriff's Settlement 30th 1966 $980.01 g Orders 11.00 $694.99 1966 Net Condition of Fund $969.01 LIST OF ORDERS ISSUED W. Morrow $14.00 W. Whittington 10.00 W. Milton 12.00 $36.00 the undersigned, members of the County Court of County, do hereby certify that the foregoing fi- statement is true and correct to the best of our know- and belief. R. W. MORROW EDWARD E. HENKLE JAMES W. MILTON G. R. CRIM CHAS. W. WHITTINGTON SSU D A. M. STANLEY, Clerk the War Memorial Park in Win- chester, Va., last Sunday. Ml"s. Bernard Ott, her sisters, Mrs. Mabel Rilter, of Winchester Va., and Mrs. Cornelia Laye, of Inwood, went to Hyattsville, Md., Sunday evening to be with their sister, Mrs. Lottie Childers, whose son, Mr. William Crone, passed away on Friday. The funeral was held from the Pumphery Funeral home and spent the evening. Mrs. Ritter remained overnight with the Ott~ Mrs. Kenneth Anders and children, Terry and Timothy of Ranson, and her mother, Mrs. Ott, took them to Inwood Thurs- day afternoon. Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Mrs. ! Edwin Clevenger spent Wednes- day with Mrs. Bowers' sister, Mrs. Frances Fauver, of Seven Fountaias, Va., and en route home they stopped in Clearbrook, Va. ,and had supper with another tifttl picnic McAboy. 1 Miss Barbara Lee Sager has re- supper was enjoyedIt Miss Terry Anders and broth- turned home after spending a by a l~l. Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Mrs. er, Tlinothy, of Ranson, spent week Wi~h her grandmother, Mrs. IIenry McKee and children, Karla Saturday with their grandpar- Addle Rogers in Glen Bur~_ie, and Henry, and Mrs. Mary Os- eats, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Md. zourn, of Ranson, spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. David McAboy of ~r. Oilbert Frye who has been at Greenbrier Lake Park, Boons- Charles Town, visited his par- a patient in King's Daughters' boro, Md. ertts, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mc- Ho.~--~,ital the past six weeks re- Mrs. Winerd Bowers, of Hall- Ahoy Sunday. turied home this week. He is re- town, was a reeentc visitor of Mr. Visitors ttris past week with covering satisfactorily. and Mrs. LNe Furr and son, of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brady, of Charles Town. t Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gray and Mrs. Bernard Ott and sisters, son Robhie, and Mrs. Randolph the Junction and granddaughter Norma, of Townsend, Ma~s., Mrs. Mabel Ritter and Mrs. Cor- Crites and daughter Toni Sue of Mrs. Gordan Webster, Miss Mar- nelia Laye returned to her home Ransom on Wednesday evening from Hy- Miss Sharon Ott and brother inn Merchant and Mrs. Jenny atts~ille, Md Mrs. Le~ie Child- Stephen, of Halltown, are spend- Brady, Charles Town, attended ers and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ing some time with their grand- the wedding of Mss Irene Eck- ward Crone, Mr. Randolph Crone, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wil- hart and I~uglas Brady in Balti- and Misses Christine and Kim- hams, Sr., of Ransom more, Md., Saturday. berly Crone, accompamed them Mrs. Kenneth Anders and chil- dren, Terry, Jeffrey and Timo-i thy of Ranson, were recent visi- t tots of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l Berxtard Ott. l Miss Judy Penwell spent Sun- day with her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and children, Martin, Viv- iaxt, and Joey ,of Mi~,lville. i We will sell at public sale the following Household Articles, located about 1 mile off State Road No. 9, turn left on Hostler's IRoad. Sale will be held at the Methodist Parsonage on: SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1966 SALE BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK, D. S. T. 't Walnut table and 6 chairs; 2-Piece over-stuffed ltviag, room sister of Mrs. Bowers, Mr. and Home Tuesday morning in Silver Mrs. Carl Olark. Spring, Md. ,and burial was in Mrs. Wallace Ott and children, the Arlington National Cemetery, Sharon, Larry and Stephtm, Janie Arlington, Va. and Billy Shiley and Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and !children, Sharon, Michael, Larry, and Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wil~liams and daughter, Kelly, of Cha,rles Town, motored to Lees- burg, Va., ,last Sunday evening and enjoyed a cook-out supper. The Nathaniel Gray, Jr., family held a swim party on Monday ever~ing at the Jefferson County War Memorial Park, Charles Town. Those attending were Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Miss Jenni- fer Gray, Miss Shelly Liv~ton and Mr. Robert Linton, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and daughter Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, all of Halltown, spent Wednesday ~ Mrs. Ellis Wil- '~iams, Jr., and daughter Kelly of Charles Town. Mrs. Marshall McAboy and Mrs. David McAboy of Charles Town, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ahalt ,of Ranson, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, of Hall- town, Mrs. Wiltiam Woodward, of Bakerton and Mrs. Ralph Sager, ,of Charles Town, attended an Avon meeting in Magtinsburg at the Shenandoah Hotel on Friday. Mrs. Hugh Davidson accompanied them to Martir~sburg and shopped. Mr. David Penwell motored to Star Tannery on Saturday morn- ing, bringing his son, Terry, and Michael Oft Imme after spending the week at Paddy Run Camp~te, Star Tannery, ,Va. Mrs. Martin Grimes and son Blaine, and Mr. Robert Lin~on of Charles Town and Miss Jennifer Gray, of Halltown, motored to Romney on Saturday to bring! Marta home after spending t~o weeks at Peterkin Church Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAboy and son Jeffrey of Dargan, Md., spent Saurday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Randolph Crdtes and daughter, Toni Sue, al lof Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes and children, Debbie, Blaine, and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges and sons Ricky and Sonny, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Moler, all of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ra- nalli, and children, Martin, Viv- inn, and Joey of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and children Judy, Jeanne and Linda Anne Mrs. Winerd Bowers and grand- son Bruce Bowers, Mrs. Alton Muse and children, Karen, Tim- my and Kenny, all of Halltown. Following the swim party a bonn- ~tllte; 2 Overstuffed chairs; 2 China cupboards; Library table; ~._Double iron beds, complete; 2 Sofas; Wardrobes; Dressers; At the farm located on Roop Road near Taneytown, in Carroll ~ffash stands; 2 Metal cabinet bases; Wall cabinet; Medicine County, Md. Turn South off Route 97 (Taneytown.Emmitshurg Road) on Bull Frog Road and follow sale signs. --bi~hinet; General Electric 4.hole stove; General Electric refriger" _ r, Selhng 'Saturday~ August 6, 1966 ago r, A-1 shape; Bath tub; Stool and Lavatory. These arUcles un are like new; Toilet set; China and Glass ware; Cooking uten- Ils, pots and pans; Silver ware; Oil lamp; Coal or Wood range; ~-1 shape; Hot water heater; Kitchen sink; Kitchen cabinet; tuning board; Shallow-well pump; Wall paper; Some clothing; lllnds and Curtains; Lots of split wood; Old glider. &t the same time, place and terms, we will sell a 6-Room [lOuse. It has to be torn down and golAen away. ~ERMS---CASH: On Day Of Sale. GEORGE MILTON C. N. HAWK TRUSTEES CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer W. MOORE, Clerk Suly 28-2t~ 11:00 A. M. DAIRY EQUIPMENT: 440 gal. Sunset milk tank, 50 gal. elect- ric water heater, four Riteway milking maehines, Surge vacuum pump, 3 section wash tank, drain rack, Sunbeam cow clippers, feed cart etc. Immediately Following Dairy Equipment 100--Head Of Holsteins--100 60 COWS -- 40 HEIFERS 18 cows and a number of heifers are registered. Twenty eight are bred heifers due to freshen between November and March. The herd is on DHIA and the yearly average is 13~0 lbs. milk. Curtiss Candy sires have been used extensively in the herd and all animals in the herd are sired by top Curttss bulls. In fact, It is a Curtiss bredherd for several generations. A fall freshening herd--22 will be fresh by sale time, 24 more due this fall. The herd is made up mostly of young cows with lots of dairy character and good udders. Catalogs with freshening dates, breeding dates and production records available on sale day. Terms: Cash. Sale in tent. Lunch served by Keysville Luth- eran Church. See This Great SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 C--3 I will sell the following, located 1V.z miles South of Kearn- eysville, W. Va., off Route 9 on the Kearneysvllle by-pass on: SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1966 Beginning - 11:00 A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Warm Morning beater; 2 Televisions; 2 Washers; Dinette set; Kitchen cabinet; Platform rocker; Sofa; Maple chest of drawers; Maple dresser; Drop leaf table; Cupboard; Library table; Roll-away bed; Brass bed Iron beds; Trunks; Chairs; Iron pot; Pictures; Books; Dishes, (some old); and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. FRANKIE HALL W. D. ORNDORFF - Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND - Clerk July 21-2t- Miss Lillian Myers :Mrs. Cabel'l Tapscott spent Fri. day with her sister, Miss Agnes Fenton who is a paierrt in Union Memorial Ho.writal, Baltimore, Md. Miss Fenton was going from her apartment in Baltimore when she vtas knocked down and robbed by two boys. She suf- fered a chipped bone in her leg and is in a cast. Her many friends wish for her a complete recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fellers, of Trenton, N. J.~ have been vis- iting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sager. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Farmer are moving this week to Louisa, Va., where he has accepted a po- sition. He has been associated , with Perfeotion Garmen~ in Mar- th~sburg for some years Mrs. Clarence Wright is visit- ,ing her son and daughter-in4aw, Mr. ad Mrs. Olarence Wright and family in Richmond, Va. Mrs. Sidney Beerwell of Annan- dale, Va., spent several days last week wRh l~is mother, Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harries, of Hagerstown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mvs. Robert Darr and Miss Mae Morris. Mr. Eddie George, of Wasting- ton, spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Sherman Hopper. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer and children, of Warner Robins, Ga., are spending two weeks with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Ho~lis Sloat, of Martinsburg, arid Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Darr, of Hagerstown, were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Mr. and Mrs. I~wis Sager and Mr. and Mrs. W~odrow Fellers cisited Mr. and Mrs. Abner Whit- mer in ,Mexandria, Va., Thur~ Narrated by TV's CHET at your I ISee the dramatic color movie that tells the story of American !agriculture's effideney and abundance and how farmer co- AttPeratlves have helped make it possible. end and vote for aMe leaders, join in discussions, hear ~l'[S, enjoy singing and good company. Come and bring a lghbor..help build your Cooperative, keep it strong, Date: Time: ! Place: MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1966 8:00 P. M., DST SHEPHERDSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL SHEPHERDSTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA J Shepherdstown, West Virginia WERE NOW YOU SAVE day. , 12.00 8.00 5.00 Mrs. Leo Stickel returned to her home Saturday after having 15.00 9~)0 6.00 been a patient for two weeks in mng's aughters' Hospital, Mar- 16.00 10.00 6.00 tinsburg, where she tmderwent surgery. She is getting along icely 18.00 11.00 7.00 Mrs. Winifred Sammous and children, of Washington, spent 20.00 12.00 8.00 Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. 23.00 14.00 9.00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross and Mrs. Agnes Phillips and Mr. Joe 24.00 15.00 9.00 Snyder visited their brother, Mr. Clay Snyder, who is a patient in the Berkeley Springs Hospi~l. 26.00 17.00 9.00 Mrs. Donald Moore, of Du- quesne, Pa., is spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stickle. Selling Saturday, August 13, 1966 11:00 A. M. .HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 30 fL Unico ,upright deepfreeze, 2 Allen space heaters, Kenmore space heater with fan, 275 gal. kerosene tank, 2 wood and coal stoves, eleetrie stove 2 kitchea cupboards, record cabinet, metal ,kitchen ,cupboard, two 5~draw- er bureaus, 3 sofas with cushions, plastic covered chair, wing back chair, 21" television, 2 maple drop leaf ~les, 3 shotguns, three end tables, round Hying reom table, double Hollywood bed ~vith box springs, IHrdseye maple bureau with mirror, 2 SPORTSWEAR Birdseye maple desks, 3 book slwlve~ 10 pc. dining room suite, old RCA Victor victrola, lots of 78 r. p. m. records, small drop leaf table, 2 Simmons sofa beds, studio couch, double iron bed with springs, misc. rug~, 9x15 fiber rug, 4 pc. bedroom suite, 2 rockers, Sears riding lawn mower, rotary lawn mower, porch chairs, lamps, books, pictures and other mtsc. items. Immediately Following Household Furniture Complete of Farm Machinery 2 John Deere No. 60 tractor~, John Deere Model B tractOr, No. 14T baler with bale ejector, Centuxy sprayer, LF 12 ft. JD fertilizer distributor, Allis Chalmers blewer with 60' pipe, $0 ft. endless belt, 2 SD model No. ll0 self-unl~g chuck wagons, $D heavy duty disc on rubber, two 4-gang trip plows, three pt. hitch, 30' Sam Mulkey elevator wtih corn conveyor, JD 13 disc grain drill, ffD No. 16A flail chopper, SD No. 8 field chopper with 3 heads, $D No. 247 3 pL hiteh corn planter, cUl- tivators for JD "B" tractor, 1956 1T 8 cylinder Ford truck on good rubber, JD No. 350 Mde delivery rake ,3 pt. hitch, SD ftpAshing disc harrow, Brillion cultipacker, JD sub.soileV, 3 SD hydraulic cylinders, JD Model L spreader,on good rubber, JD model R spreader on good rubber, used as cart, 14' fiat bed cart, 200 gal. iron watering trough, SD Model '.No. 5 7' mower, JD No'. 45 front end manure loader, JD front end blade and snow hucket. Grove Economy 16' wagon with sides, Forney welder with attachments. TERMS: CASil. Lunch served by Keybville-Detour Home. makers Club. SAv Am av, let our gen- erous ear i:ngs add to yOUr trav~ fund. Have more money to spend--- come home bill-free! Start vacation savings now. 4%% PER ANNUM l S .VIN6S & LOAN A S'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Dial 9-1001 m GROUP OF 1.95 VALUES TO JOHN R. iBLANCHFIELD, JR. Taneytowla, Md. A. DOTY REMSBURG Sale Mauegex & Auctioneer O Shorts Slacks Skirts Shirts Blouses n THAN HALF PRICE WERE NOW YOU SAVE 28.00 12.00 16.00 30.00 13.00 17.00 40.00 18. 22.00 45.00 20.00 25.00 50.00 23.00 27.00 55.00 25.00 .00 70.00 33.00 37.00 HANDBAGS WERE NOW YOU SAVE 3.00 2.00 1.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 9.00 6.00 3.00 12.00 8.00 4.00 WERE NOW YOU SAVE 8.00 5.00 3.00 9.00 6.00 3.00 10.00 7.00 3.00 11.00 7.00 4.00 GROUP OF SMART FASHIONS MART1NSBURG .... CHARLES TOV 'N ALL SALES FINAL -- NO EXCKANGES ---NO APPRDVALS 48 ets VAL U'ES TO GROUP OF 48 cts VALUES TO