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,,,,,,,, . , ano~he'r hymn by the group. I ShM.1 Not Be Moved several poexns i THE WEATHER AND OTHER were read as follows Lutd P~in~er CflF3THIIT I IILL I i:, 5: uo,oo, I r depends on you, EssJe Lancaster giving in return Annie Wilt, Joy. and Georgie Staubs and YTa,ncis Runion, and Georgie Pearl a won- By Mrs. Georgia Pearl derful morning. The devotional meetAng was led by our president Mrs. Pearl. Mrs. Annie Wilit sec- Weather--Very HOT! ~ed home we fou.nd the ground dry rotary, called the roll and t~o~e t~ .... r '- "a d h--midIn rain Sunday night 10 p. m present were, Annie Wil~t Georgie ..earner --- ve y no~ n u I " ' r " ' r[ we had a very race am Monday Pearl, Edith Oarrebt, Georgie Monday morning cool m the ea ly --^r- .... r" ^rm ~'-" .... mormng but some warmer in the mu ,~,zs vc y w~ . ~y~ ~,u,w. Staubs, Ann Francis Run, on, evening. Tuesday mornAng very [ Mr...and ,Mrs. C,hazues .crarre~L. Nina Runion, Lenda Pain,ter, Paul .:warm~ in the earl, y morning andI were. ws~ors~ Sunday evemng, with Runion, Hum,phry Wil% and Mr. by noon very warm and in lwte ~hear daug,bter and family Mr. Jo~hn Runion every one enjoyed afer noon just hot sultry wear:her ] and Mrs. Nell S/ttsher o~ ~anson, a wonderful evening of fellow- Wednesday another hot day very [ W. Va_ ~ . ship our next meetk-~g will be held . . ~ar J~yron Steller of Rionmono in the church ball, second Tues- ..... h 90 nd ver ....................... day in September. ~emperm~uret 1no ej a Y |of Cha'rles Town were supper [ Mr. Lacy'Lanharer of Purcel- warm nlg~nl~ "l)nursoay m ormTng ]guests Saturday evening wi~h Mr ]ville, Va. was a visitor ThuI~sday very Surwy anti nails ano wl~n [ ............. " here tern- ratures "-o-~ d u~ to 94 I ano ~ars. G. t:. ream vne hostess [ evening w~h Mr. and ~Irs. G. C. br ' 1~ IJt-~t~ ". ~nd another hot ni,~t~t just seemed I se~_eve~lc~.e::::~=:.~'~i\'..::~=:: ]Pearl. be no air s$1rring and no rain I ..... s - "" r - I 'Mr. Eugene Shreeves of Arl ng-I .... a ,,^r- ~r- A-a:i- F~"~a-' t :~v~r. an~ ~vir . w yoe nat is oI ]ton, Va. motored up on Wednes-~ ~=,~,'.:,'~,#~ u #,,',,,~: *~o, "~t,~]Washington. D. C. were dinner|day and was very busy all day ,,,,,,,,,,,~ %Lm~ ,,: .......... (, "~" ]guests Sunday w~,th the laVters Jim,proving bhe surroundings byi ~ne pas~ sew Gays one aegree .... ~ ....... Imster and husband Mr. and Mrs ].mowing :the grass and also spinel 'hOoter aoa u very cio,~ mgn_~ '~'blxz.,.~, p_ ..... +., ut ................ ~" Iweeds. [ rather disturbed your rest b I .. just a little cooler toward morning [W. S. C. S. Meeung .....I Guests At Pearls Home ] Saturd'ay mormng some breeze bu* ] The W. S. C. S. of, C*nes~nu, 1-1ill by noon very warm but continued |held their regular mon%hly meet- ] "Mr. and Mrs. Huber Rameyl ahrough the late evening. Sunday ling in the Church Hall. The Dev- /and four children of Springield, i I Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert l morning another very hot day ]otional Meeting opened by singing ]Tribby and daug,h~er Do~y of i appearance of rain and around ~'hymn Heaven holds all to Thee /H~militon' V~a., were guests Sa*ur-i Martinsburg a 4:30 p. m. a heavy| The scri,pture i~as read by Mr. ~airi s0orrn we were rigITt in it|Johnnie Mercer and reading from Iday oAghtt w~%h Mr. and Mrs. G. i and could not see to drWe so we ],Vhe book of "MaVhew and the seven ]C. P earl at their home. The ~VIrs. stopped for a few minuses until ]kx Chapter. We were led in prayer [~amey and Mrs. Tribby were the I /former Miss Tiffenys of Hamilton: ,the stomn w~s over when we arriv- by Mrs. Essie Lancaster which [ Va. before marri'age they have |been very close f~iends wi,bh the] [Pearls for as many .a~s fifteen ]years. They Sl~n,t many a h.appy |hours wit*h their friends a)t the l Pearls home gave many a party tihere ,and made many many friends bhroug.h out" oommuni~ty! emt~ 7~n at mm.~lee ~ ..~l Mrs. Tribby .is employed ~t the i H~.m~lton Bank and Mrs. ,Razmeys Mayt~$ /bmludve Gyrafoem wunmB husband ~s a pastor in Springfield I ~etkm let~ elothw ~ dile. X~irg~m'a. W~en lea~ing the Pea.rls i ~ tmb ml~ ~ ~ home they remarked this yisl~, Eaay Terms. Low Down Payment. Llber~ brou~li~t back many precious mean! Trade-Ira Come in Todayl pries back a'~ai,n and it was juXt like going back home to ,be with CHARL5 TOWN GAS CO., Inc. aunt Georgie and uncle Oleve a~ain. They were wonderful to us PHONE 22{] CHARLES TOWN, W. VA and such good company when we would v~sitt their hoxne wih our :i !? ), i!. i: Due to the death of my husband and having to move to a smaller home, I will sell where I reside on the Moulton Farm, 5-miles East of Charles Town, along the Shenandoah River, in Jefferson Count , West Virginia, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. (D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS 2 Metal Beds with Springs and Mattresses: one Single Bed, 1 Folding Cot, Double Wardrobe, Chest of Drawers, 4 Bureaus, 1 Desk, 1 Dining Room Suite with Table and 6 Chairs: 1 China Closet, 5-Pc. Reed Set, 1 Daveno Bed, 2 Library Tables, 3 S|ands, 1 Hall Rack, Desk and Book Rack Combination; Spar- tan Radio and Phono Combination: 3 Oil Burners, Double Utility Cabinet 2 B as . binets, t Fyigidah'e, Electric Hot Water Heater, Utility Kitchen Stand, 2 Medicine Cabinets, Number of Odd Chairs, Venetian Blinds, Curtains, Rugs, Dishes, Screen Doors, Side- board, Studio Couch, Rocking Chair, Twin Laundry Tubs, Chiffonier. MISCELLANEOUS: 1 Hog Scalding Tank, Sausage Grinder, Scrapers, Knives, Hooks, 3 Iron Pots, Stuffer, 2 Lawn Mowers, Garden Plow, Single Shovel Plow, Electric Motor. 30 WHITE ROCK LAYING HENS, and A Num- ber of Other Articles not mentioned. MRS. ABNER HENRY PHONE 13-F-013. W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Aug. 13 and 20-2t. DAIRY CATTLE AND EQUIPMENT! Intending ,to discontinue dairying, I will sell my entire Dairy Herd at my ,farm known as the Twi~.Oak Farm, lo- cated 5-miles ~outheast of Shepherdstown, W. Va., on the Moler's Cross Roads.-.Bakerton Road, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1959 BEGZ1WNTNG. AT. 11: 00. A.. M.. (D. S. T.) 46 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE 3 Cows, h'esh, witch calves by side; 20 Cow.% in full flow of milk; 7 Cows, to freshen in September; 8 Cgws to lreshen this fall; 5 Open Heifers, 20 mon0hs old; 2 Heifers, 11- months old; 1 Yearling Bull...This is an accredited herd, all raised on ,this ~favm, calf hood vaccinated, Sested for T. B. and Bangs 30 days prior to date oI sale...Individual ~hea]th ~ertificates will .be given for interstate shipment...D. H. I. A. records have been kept for the past 10 years and a late report on the record of each cow may be had at time of sale...This is a well-bred and high producing herd, and is ~vorthy of ,the attention of prospective buyers, and may be inspected ,prior to dale of sale. I)AIRY EQUIPMENT Girton Deluxe Bulk Tank. 400-gallon capacity, with 2 H. P. Compressor attached, used only 18 months. (Terms as to payment on ~he Bulk Tank, may be arranged on day of sate.)..2 Temporary Custom Silos, 16x 12, 50-ton capacity each; 30-gallon ~hot water heater, like new; 4 McCormick- Deering :Stainless Steel Milking Units, 50-lb..capacity each; pipe line for 20 cows; 2 milker pumps with H. P. electric motors; 12 Starline drinking ,cups, new; stainless steel wash- up tank, new; 10-can milk rack; ~tewart Cow Clippers, mille ,buckets and strainers. TERMS::--CASIL Nothing to be removed until settled for. H. MAX DERR SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA. PHONE 3051 MORROW AND MILLER, Auctioneer~. HEN SELL AND MORELAND, Clerks. Luncheon Rights Reserved. Augu~ 13 v, nd 20- 2t. friends ,and this ole a~cquain~an- ce will never be forgotten in days of ole an ge sine. Visitors From Indiana Mr. Byron Stetler of R~hmond, Indiaaa~a was a Saturday nig~ driest with his sis~er-,in-l,aw and l hu,sband "Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl ,Mr. Stetler a oo~m!oained a friend of RiOh~ond. Indiana and came from 1~ichmond, Indian,a by ,pl,ane] ~to Mavtinsburg. Friday making1 the trip in two hours Mr. Sitetler ~topping off ~t ~he Ma~nsburgI air po~* and his friend on to his l home in Conneotduot bhey had aI wcmderful trip. Mr. Ste,tler who] ,t~avels qui,te a lot says he would i 'muCh rat:her go by plane than by auto Mr. John Love ~a brother-in- law met him at the ~ir port and spen~t the weekend at the Loves, and Pearls home and t~hen Sun- day t~hey were Mr. Stetlers gues,ts ,to dinner at f)he Y. "M. C A a,t~ Brunswick, Md. and a surprise dLnner was served to his guest. From there they motored to the ,Martins'burg Air Port Where Mr. Setelers was to join kis friend f,or" Vhe rteurn trip home to Indiana which the plane was due to arrive at 3 p. m. but We waisted until 4:30 p. m. and no plane but due to heavy rain storm no plane arrived We all motored back home Mr. .Stetler sbaying at the Love home leaving the phone ,number at the air per~t in ease the plane would ,arrive and it did in abou,t one ~hour so Mr. Stetler st;a~ted agmn for RiChmond, Indiana we hope ,thWt he arrived ok. Enjoy Motor Trip :Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Heskebt and ~two Children of Lovetts~ille, Va., ffIr, and Mrs. J,ames Harris and family of Neersville, Virginia Mr. Stanley Frye of Love~ville, Va. and Miss Janet Harris .of Neers- ville, Virginia., Mr. and Mrs. Gar- land Walker and family of Ohar- le~ Town, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Pearl of Ransom W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ring and ~three Children, Mr. and Mrs. Sam my Pearl and faznily Miss Eva Pearl and Mr. Hooey Pearl moto- red to Gre~t Falls, Virginia on Sunday and enjoyed a picnic din- ner of fried chicken and al~l the delecious exts th'~t makes up a good dinner. 'Mr. and Mrs. Sam~my Pearl and ~three children Mr. and Mrs. Byron Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ring and three ohildren and Miss E~a Pearl motored to Braddock Heigh, ts Sunday and enjoyed a dinner there. Those visfting in the home of vIr. and Mrs. John Ru,nion ~qae past week were: Mrs. Et2ael ~aker of Venna, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kain and children, Mr. and Mrs. At~thor Brown ~nd family of near Charles Town. Mr .and Mrs. Char- lie Shaffer, Mr. and MPs. Richard West and bwo sons, l~iss N~,ncy Runion returned home Swturday from a week ~is~t her aunt and uncle in Cum'berland. Md. Mrs. Trusseli spe,nt the week end with her sister and bro~her-in-la, w N~r. and Mrs. Roy Rumon. Soil Conservationists Assist Paul Chapman in Work On Farm Pond ~Soil Ce,nservation Service tech- nicians have recently assisted Paul Ohapman in ~pplying Poly-phos- material to help seal his constructed thls s'Pring. The pond has filled twice since 'ing constructed this spring, but has not held because of ,the cr m~b ly soil structure common to all limestone soils. This soft stru