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ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL IN By Marianna Smallwood -- Phone 725-5707 +Mr. and Mrs. Stephen CloUd, of errar o m were also gues1.., Jr., of near Washington, D. C., The latter family left early Tues- with a good demand for all butch- visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. day morning for their new home er classes. Stephen Cloud, Sr., several days in Canton N Y Feature of sale was prime veal, la~ week. Mrs. Cloud, Jr., is a Miss Brenda Willingham of 38.50. chemist in the National Institute Kearney~ille has rounded out Choice butcher steers, none: of Health. Stephen, Jr., visited her summer vacation visiting her good butcher steers. 23.00 to his dentist while here. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 24.50; plain to medium ~eers, Correction: Last weekend Mrs. Stormer Howell. 20.00 to 22.75; choice butcher Reeeip/ of all ela . e light, pre ented l hem eive . Four-go, lion club received five new members They are: Vinton Blum, William C. Perry, William Ott. George A. Brown and .lames Cameron. Three-gallon donors are Randolph Anders, Mary O. Henry, Mary Grimes, Cleo Poole, Dean Hockensmith and Robert L. Nice- SPIRIT oF 3 FFERS01 FARMER9 ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1966 Sunday Worship Mrs. Milton Popkins was ill last E~s~ee~l I~llfWnOfD7MBr~dg~)Fat0rn~ Larry Sirbaugh of Lower Rocks heifers, none; good butcher heif- warner. Two-gallon club members Regular first Sunday Worship [ Tuesday. Efforts were m~de Hattie ; ..... ~. y on Wednesday pulled a cup of cof- ers, 22.00 to 23.75; plain to medi- are Frances L. Robinson and Holl- Service ~ill be conducted at 11 lrom 6:30 ~o 9:15 a.m. to contact .[ y aria ~amlly oJ ~vianassas, fee from t.he table .scalding one of um heifers, 18.00 to 21.75; good ins Randolph, Jr., and reaching ........ va , ., ] .... ana n~ ner nephew, Danielhis feet. Following a visit to the bulls, 23.00 to 24.50; plain to me- the one-gallon mark were Edward ~ clock, Sept. 4, by Rev. Lynn by phone her phymclan. An em- a~,,,, ....~,~+,~.+ (~o, . ....~. . ............... s ...... ~ ........... ,. office of a physician, home ,treat- dium bulls, 20.00 to ~2.75; eom- Tomlin and Wiiladene Brackett. , ployee of the General Telephone Buttorff,..} .C+ A very cordial Compa" explained that some one The three-year old son of Mr ment was given. Iie is responding inertial cows, 19.00 to 20.00; uti,l. Represented by '14 donors was welcome Js ey.tended to all to at-t nlY ' a ........... : favorably at this writing, ity cows, 17.50 to 18.75; canners Powhatan Brass & Iron Works v' . na mrs Leon carlisle 1ell lend e ldent~v had left the receiver off 'thro - " .... ": Miss Margaret Ware will enter-!the hoo~. It behooves eachtele-i tingUag%a~i gans~ow "[~:r~:Yk?~ Mrs. Georgia Brown of Avon and cutters, 17.00 down; cows by and Dixie-Narco with 11. Bend Farm had as overnight vis- the head, up to 225.00; stocker Next Bloodmobile will be on rain members of the Kabletown P one suoscrmer m cnecK on,low the eye The incision re- itors Tuesday her son-in-haw and and feeder steers, 22.00 to 27.00; October 20, at the Episcopal Par- W ...... S C S at the regular monthly tothis'befUn~tins-re thefrequentlYtelephonein israer*not qmrea ..... tour su~cnes." ........ Due to ~ne daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mill- stock heifers and bulls by the ish ttouse; hours from 10:15 a. meeting Wednesday, Sept. at 8 han'" - ._ = loss of blood and not having a er, daughter Martha and son Da- head, 20.00 to 23.00. m. to4 p.m. Ventilating " o'cmcK at ner home in t;narles alcappea as mi~ in,ante mean, of transportation, the am- vid, of West Rivee, Md. Elizabeth Choice to prime calves, 34.00 to Town. I proved R to be. 'bulanee was called which con- and Nita Gaynor, daughters of 38.50; good butcher calves, 30.00 DECK SPANS STEPS Installed... for Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, Sr., to 37.75; medium butcher calves, Do you have a sunken front Bob Bush is in the process of[ Miss gary Breeden of Charles veyed him to the hospital for of Bethany Farm returned home 26.00 to 29.75; thin calves, 25.75 yard, with steps down from the EvelT Purpose, giving his home an exterior paint t Town is visiting her cousin, Geor- [ treatmen~ joh. gianna [Iough. Mrs. Oral B, Hughes attended a with the Millers for a visit, dvwn; heavy calves, 23.00 to 31.00. street and back up to the front Tupper demonstration Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elliott, Biue head grade lambs, 25.10; door? At least one set of danger- at Low Cost.. /m| day night at the home of Mrs. their daughter, of Mannings, Mr. red head grade lambs, 24.10; red ous steps can be eliminated with " and Mrs. Merle Wilt of Chestnut shoulder grade lambs, 22.00; a wood entrance deck that also Harry M Kable near Charles Hill were visitors Saturday night butcher ewes, 3.00 to 8.00; stock serves as a walkway between Town of the former's parents, Mr. and ewes per head, none. Mr." and Mrs. Thomas Wolford Mrs. Forrest Elliott. street and door. Add screens, if and two children were dinner Good butcher hogs 25.25 to desired, and the deck becomes a guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.. Mr._and__Mrs. John Simp~n,25.85; medium butcher hogs, livable front courtyard SEE US FOR me~r aaugnter, JoaItne, son Jonn, 24 00 to 25 00" heaw butcher an h " ' " , ,a * ---. Lee Brown, RansoI1. Mr. and Mrs. Fld .t e lr five grandchildren of hogs, 23.00 to 23.75; butcher sows, a~.vpLl~ ~.a~. Leonard Ruble and three children _ emlng~oll, Mr. ana Mrs. A~..I. 17.00 to 20.75; heavy feeders and ~Hl['Ni~ I,~Wfi, n Ranges Washers .... II I1_ '1 I ~agger anad ttwo sons, ot rnu- light butcher hogs, 23.00 to 25.00; Radios - Ref.rigerators ~-- - I lpi, spent ,last weekend at their shoats per hundred, 32.00 down; ~- summer camp on me tarm of pigs per head, up 16.00; boars, I ~ ~ ---Televisions--- IN THE YOUR CAR | enry t upp. 15.00 down; sows and pigs, up to AIR-CONDITIONED Electrical Appliances Mxs. Bu ell S. Ware who was 85.00. )N Bait [acompa'iedbyherdaughter'Mlscellaneou~+SalesStartlI:OOll~'IJ.'+'mlL'''&." B.ecky + Janet Clendening, of A.M.--Llvestock Sales 1:30 P.M. mm.+-a+m.UlUll MAGAHA APPLIA} CHarles Town, returned to their Each Monday. --- " homes Sunday after visiting the -- LE il } former's rea ives in Ronceverte . .. =..ealre E CTRICAL CONTRACTOR-CERTIFIED [ ,4[ I Mrs Mei in Donovan return [[Ve [ |00a |0 PHO,,_ ...... DIAL 725-5516 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. h me with her sister-in-law, Mrs. _ -_ -- , - -_: - - - H'~.D, J +t ;I W+are+frmhersisterforavisit R4~IIPI~I,'I,%II~I:I+,nl ++wv i rr at Woodbyrne Farm. ~,. ~l V++l +t# llVill ..... ._ A Darlene Clipp spent last week ~ ~ A ~, . Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Sept. 1-2.3 IdRI ~1~ H TS with her sister, Mrs. Charles Me- J01) t,0r,$ emer Dormough, Ransom "r 'The Newest Private Eye Every R--M'--*--MI~S Once aga~wilddogsare on the With the Harpers Ferry Job One Is Talking About." CHARLES TOWN PHONE 725-7313 rampage. They killed two hogsCorps Conservation Center staff +all A R P E R" I Due to ill heaitlt I will sell at public sale the following horn averaging sixty pounds each and members and corpsmen giving it ...... ~. . .. I hold goods. Located ~ block off of State Road No. 340, abo crippled five Saturday night on a sizeable boost, the most recent t;o, or ram r ewman I mile East of Charles Town, W Va.; close to Henry Jam - I M~i~IM DISTRIBUTOR the Henry Ctipp farm. visit of +the Red Cross Bloodmo- Laureen Bacall - Julie Harris I Shop on: ~~ ~ ~ Danny Clipp assisted by Bur- bile unit to Charles Town onRobert Wagner- Shelley Winters well Ware and Charles Ramsburg August 18, brought in a total of I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1966 gt0,~;IN6 OUT $11LE Belt Avenue OrchardmVed Thursday from the Byrddwelhng, ' near Berryville Centerl09 pints f bld" The Jb Crps SATURDAYprowded" a total of 35 ,+ 2 P M oN[,vl ." ..... SALE BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK Ranson, W. Va. to walnut Street in the sameblood donors, this being the see- "/~o~o~,~ O--,~,#*,~,~ I Double iron bed, complete; Wooden bed and springs; Sing Discontinuing dairying and farming, I will sell the following, -- town where he purchased a home. cud time the Center had given. ~.A~at~.._zo~g~ ~u].~.~ ..I iron bed, Complete; Baby bed; 2 Wash stands; 2 Toilet set Miss' the nt'. =omr W mALSOuan olpn cot$ located 7 miles N. W. of Shepherdstown, W. Va., 3 mll East Phone 725 2215 ' Mary Paul Marshall, con y s blood program a ITowel rack; Oak dresser; Walnut stand; 2 old Chah ; Charles Town, was a recent guest big assist. I rocker; 3-piece Living room suite; 3.piece Bedroom sui! of Bedlngton, W. Va. in the Whiting Neck section, adjoining I I I of Linda Rouss. Ron Evans, new blood program On MARS" I Blankets; Quilts; Bed linens; Sheets; Pillows and Bolste~ Izaak Walton Club. Turn E. at Bedington Cross Road or from Riley Thompson, a third base-chairman/or the Jefferson Coun- Shepherdstown take Shepherd Grade Road. Follow signs, on: man in the Tri-County Baseball ty Red Cross, said that officials PLUS --- CHAPTER ONE I Straight back and rocking chairs; End table; Coffee tabl WEDNESDAY, S MBER 7, 1966 League, accompanied the team to were pleased with the turn mt "/' AP ATNY rm A,, I Magazine rack; Wardrobe; Singer sewing machine; Plctur Winchester, Va., Sunday wherewhich exceeded the normal Aug- ,_~ ...... ~ v:~u,?v I and Picture frames; Cherry table; Mirrors; Corner cupboar p~ayed against the Gainsboro, Va., ust collection. D,,,-..,,i,,,. ........ I Cherry stand; 3 Overstuffed chairs; Clothes baskets; Oak .e 34--HEAD DAIRY CATTY34 ~~ favorteam resultingof Charlesin Town.a 14-5 score in ~Twenty'nine first time donors ~"'~'~ u,~r ~,,,,~a,,s~u,,~a,m IIheater;tensin Electrictable andclock;6 chairs;ElectrlcMetaltoaster,Cab2et;waffleChinairon;ClosetMixerEleCt,a! 16 Holstein cows full flow milk and milking, 8 Holstein cows will freshen September.October; 3 Holstein cows calved just The following enjoyed a visit Not,ee ~ .~]A Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Sept 4-5-6 I Perculator; Electric table and Floor lights; Oil lamps; Scott to the National Zoo, Washington, , .~ v,. ,...,,~ ........ I rugs; Electric lawn mower, like new; China and Glass wa~ sold off; 5 Holstein heifers 4 mes. old;+ Angus bull calf; Hol- on Sunda Mi~ ~ ~+-- "--^ "~:' +r~,, ~r_~.._L~_ ~ ~ensauonav ~rama Loaded y. s~ ma~y o~,u~ v.- fit IU~UI , stein bull, 3 yrs+ old (purebred). T. B, and Bangs te~t~dr30 days + low, Mrs Elsie Grey her ran+ ~t ~ With Sex, Violence, Hatred and I Cooking utensils, Pe~ts and, l~mst,$ome silver ware; Stone Ja I and Jugs; Drapes; 4 burner Gas stove; Coleman oil heat~ prior to sale. Individual health certificates will be given. Eth lene Gray SneJim~ny" herof t~Iartirlsbur dau~hter'~ Mrs" Real Estate For Thrills At An/ g FORMER VAN B WILSON . I Warm Morning heating stove; Several irons; old Maytag was DAIRY EQUIPMENT, Etc. and Charles Watson stationed at HOUSE AND x ,~,~v ~rvR A~ "TI-I~ 4"W-IA'.~]b'~'" I ing machine; Glass Jars; Canned fruit; 2 Kitchen stools; Trun~ A ' " J.,~t~ A ~ ~JVgt41 ~ VA" .It .LJL~II %.*'.11. Jl. aLaCk ~,~../1 ~l 3 David Bradley milker units; Universal milker unit; David l[ ~E$$ ~07 ~ b/:mdeenjoP[~rig, G/:?nadcScompa. CHURCH AND HUNTER In Color &Panavislon With I Porch chairs; Garden tools; Lots of other articles not me~ Bradley milker pump; 30 gal. water heater; wash.up tank; Marion Brando Jane Fonda I loned. strainers; Stewart cow clippers; feed cart; some household |[ There's more than one way ~] nied his uncle and aunt, Mr. and STREETS, CHARLES TOWN, " I TERMS--CASH On Day Of Sale. ' l| to "drive blind." If your ~ Mrs. Kenneth Fiddler and son WEST VIRGINIA. E. G Marshall - Angle Dickinson goods. |1 auto insurance liability ~ Kenneth, Ranson, to Hagerstown + . ,, I Mrs. Nettle E. Barron FARM MACHINERY limits are too low, you [| Sunday to attend the st ck car The unders' ed Executor b" STARTS WED--"KING RAT" l] could be driving blind [! races Kenneth participated in . ~,~ . a .............. ..... ~ I N. H. field harvester, p. t. o.; Papec iblower; Oliver manure |[ without knowing it. Jury ~ the races bringing b~m~, ~ re,no, virtue of the authority vested in I CLAY THARPE. Auctioneer [[ verdict~ in accident cue, tl tory avea-rd Th'e~" g'ro'u~ ~to-~ him under the Last Will and Test NO MATINEE THIS SUNDAY I C.W. MOORE. Clerk spreader; pulverizer; 20 tooth harrow; portable loading chute; l[ are much higher theae]l -+ " ........ ame " electric hammermill; corn sheller; and other articles too Hum- II days. Let tm check your [| at Shady Rest Restaurant where. n~t of Van B. Wil~n, deceas: SEPTEMBER 4 25-2 Aug. policy. they enjoyed the noon meal. provatea an.a recoraeeTheatre Donated To Musical eroustomentlon+ ' I1 in +trice of of 2 DAY [] Mrs CUte Zom ......... tne the ulerz me ..... , . bru .,-~v-,v.,,,~u "o - ~ +. - - = oo .. ~ i imt~l,~. NOTE: Farm Machinery will be sold In March. by +her sister Mrm P uncy uour~ oz oe~zerson +oun~ I .... , ............ v~-, West Virginia, in Will Book K,+ II FEED: -- 100 bu old corn; 22 acres g~wlng corn. H. S, CIA)PPI , Jr, visRed the latter s daughter, Mrs ............ e- -- TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for.. JUNE M, KEES Hi l-Da]epHoNEShopping725.7081Center of teredWodrw Willingham and familYtatters_. Winchester, theSn'first Rlchlegrade"" . ,na ,onGlenn,... .Monday._..+'rhOen. MaryCharlesqUesteaPageit#Z'.GuY.sotTwn,.Wilson,ana Having ado CommitteeDYwfll +anZoffer for[ oil[ DroVE' 1 CLOSING OUT SALE sine pumlc aucuon to me high EDWARD (Ned) MORROW - Auctioneer Mrs OUie Zombro was an over. - "[ HARPERS FERRY, W VA. n'~ht~o__ visitor Sunday_, ........... ~ hot ~ist~r, est bidder a,t the trout door o[ I ~,,n,,,ffi, ~,e ,,.,,,." Disentinuing farming, I will sell the following on the Lak~ R. E. MORELAND. Clerk Insurance & Real Estate. mrs. ~lsie t/rey, Meadow Brook ... ............... [ , . man Farm, located 5 reties south of Charles Town, W, V~ Lunch will be served by the Mt. Wesle Church of Scrabble. - ..... the Court House of Jefferson' r w- z, Not responsible for Accldents~on Premises. Mrs Woodrow Adams and chil. T wn, West V~rgima, ] Thur-~.Fri. , Sept. 1-2 Turn east off Route 340 and follow signs on: dren'accom..anied b" ~'huct-~^[ ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER,[ " SEPTEMBER Sand 9,1966 Aug. 25-2t- Aa,m~ ,11 ~ n~o, ~,~,~- ~',~ [ l~th, 1966, AT 10:30 A M., D. S T. ] Tony Curtis-Pebble Reynolds Mr and Mrs Arthur Bush of lml of those two cer m lots or[ Ch+arbo' BEGINNING 10:30 A. M. l Charles Town were callers Sun-[p.parcels of land, situate in the[ .... " ........ day My ana I astern ection of Charles :lown,[ IN COLOR - ALSO 91--HEAD HOLSTEIN CATTY91 Bu sh-"-" .................. [Jefferson County, West Virginia, [ "THEE TRAIN" ~ . ] improved by a bungalow, known I . 27 cows full flow of milk and milking; Guernsey cow milking; --'- ............ ~_ ~I~MM~M~Ias Lots Numbers 47 and 48 onI With Burt Lancaster 7 cowswith ealvesbyslde; 5 cows will freshen last of Septem" Discontinuing housekeeping, I will sell at public sale, the ......... L=-~-. ~_ [the plat of the Rebecca Hunter~ ' ber; 6 cows will freshen in October 9, 1st calf heifers will following Household Goods. Located at Bakerton, W. Va., !~i, Ik~l~ ]H~rs Addition to Charles Town, [ ~ATURDAY ONLY SEPT 3 freshen In September and October; 35 heifers 3 mes. to 2 yrs i about 6 miles South of Shepherdstown, W. Va. on: IVlgllk ] which said plat was made by Jas. [ old (open); Holstein bull 20 rues. old. . lltl~lqlll~lll4~ [ K. Hendricks, S. J. C., in June, I 3 -- BIG SHOWS ---3 T.B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual ltealtl | SATUrDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1966 Illll t1903, is recorded in .id llll,, ll- I1 ~ ] Clerk's Office in Deed Book 97, [ ALL IN COLOR Ce~lficates will be given. gr [ page 394 56Saidandlts66 feetfrn~ingEastre" [ ~ STARTING AT 10 O'CLOCK, SHARP Planet Of The By Kant Lane, M . FARM MACHINERY Charles Washington Theatre ]o Church Street Extended, and] pl eS beds; Small walnut drop leaf table; Dining room t~ble and 4 Vam "r " chairs; China cabinet; Straight back and Rocking chairs; Plat- _~=,:-= ....... I extending back with parallel sides | With Barry Sullivan $olm Deere 650 tractor; John Deere 50 tractor; McCormic~ ............... ]159 feet along Hunter Street to t 400 tractor; New Holland 818 field harvester with grass hens form rockers; Overstuffed chairs; Chest of drawers; Dressers; I"HARPER" Showing Thur. - Fri.- [ an a ley, in the rear, being I "Harum Scarum (used 1 season); Papoc 4 in. 'blower; N. H. model 7 crop carrler same mrs wmcn were conveyea Singer ~wing machine; 3 Televisions; Double and Stngle beds, 8aL, Sept. 1 - 2 - 3 [ ........... [ With Elvls Presley (wagon); John Deere Wagon; N. H. wagon with beds equippe~ I i. o..t;..,me sala van ts. w nson Dy 1.,. ft. ] complete; Oak wash stand; Towel rack, Cot; Oak china cup- for ensilage; Grove wagon; Cobey wagon; John Deere 214-T [ ~ W ison and wife by deed d~ted , ,~ , and SUspense-packod yarn about a no,, a,)n o,a ] Monster, Die! baler; John Deere 31 hay conditioner; N. H. side rake; N. I IIboard; Window screens, Smoking stand; Lawn chairs; Trunks; ii~::i~:~:i!~ i ii:::::iii:~!iiii!~::, -- +~ii~i:iii~::i;!!i~!:::iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii:iiiii:ii~ " V ~ ............... r~ ........ i ' '' [4~ O 1Some books; Small stands, 2 9 x 12 Axminster rugs; 2 12 x 14 ~;iii::~?::::~i~i/:: i::;/?;~;i~':::~!i~!!~ ..... ,:~:::~/ii::;i~ii:?:::~::::::~!~i~::~ii::::~::i:::~ v ......... ~' .... +1-., - ...... 208 manure spreader; John Deere 999 corn planter; John Deerr ~ii!ii pri ~te deCtive with brains as o' record '-,,in ~,,,.t.,. A~5,o ;.| with Boris Karloff-Nlek Adams Linoleum rugs; 9 x 12 Fiber rug; Scatter rugs; Curtain stretch- , wen ....... ....... a ....................... , 9 mower: ensilage wagon unloader; John Deere disc harrow" 1~s; Picture and Picture frames; Thermos Jug; Lard cans; 2 i:i~::?~::::;:;iii::~:;~::/::?:::i~i::i::;::ii::ii ~i:+:i:~::::i::ii~i:i::i:i:::!:i~!ii:i~i~i~i:ili::i:~ Paul+ Newman presents the char-, S~U ~,~,. o,. g~ ,.~v. . + Slop Jars; Toilet set; Table and Bed linens; Pillows; Blankets acterizatio- i- aid lots improved by five Snn.-Mon.-Tues. Sept. 4-5-6 veyor;Frd sidebushdiSC;hog John(usedDeerel season);13"7 grainJohn drilIDeere(likemanureneW);ioader.coP io ~" '+ ........ ~ ........ " room bungalow, 2 bedrooms, bath, n. He ~s aided and abetted by ki " A 1 and Quilts; Curtains and Blinds; Bird cage; Clothes basket; ill/i:i:!::!~: i~::~:~:~: ~: ::/::~i~ ~i~:::~; ~i~:i::;~i:i~:~:::i?;:::::::~:~::~:+!:i~::~i~!!ili!~::~i!i:iiii!!ii~ :;ii::~i::i t ..~ hio~lv.~..~ ....~,,m-eto-*,. .................. ..o hen, dinrdng room, hall, attic GIANT ,THRILL'O'R 2 $ohn Deere 3.14" bottom trip beck plows; land drag; Johr 1 Bathroom scales; 2 Foot stools; 12.Gauge Iver Johnson shot ~:::::ii:i::ii~i:::: ii~::i~iiiiii!!!~':::~i:iiii:/:~iiii:/:i::i::iii::~i I"name" value gs ,.,ell o.,n b,, e,, and basement, oil heat. Excellent ~ "I ,wH Wh l , Deere 3 section harrow; John Deere 10A hammer mill; tractor 1gun; Rifle; 1948 Plymouth ~-door sedan, A-1 shape; 8 x 8 ~::i:~:::::~::'~i~:?:::?:::~!~%i::i::::~ii~::::~:::i: [ peert direction aand fine produc- I ~T"E'~t~ ,~ cave. r~.. +~.~.a [ With Darryl Hlckman wood saw; John Doere tractor cultivators (650-50); field spraY" I building; Phllco refrigerator, A-1 shape; Frigidaire electric :iiiii::: ,,t.n , ...... - ............... er; Danuser post hole digger; scraper (3 pt. hitch); tractor i (~) e sh on day of sale, balance~D^---- T^ -eed" range, A-1 shape; 4 burner Gas stove and oven, A-I shape; Yep, that's a hearing aid --- ["q[~IE CHAflE'---' Showin~ Sun ]in two equal instai|ments, eviden- D~rll u ~]# seed sower; 5 butchering kettles; lard press; sausage grinder' Maytag washing mschine; General Electric Radio; Warm Morn. and it can help millions of per- ~ MoIL ~7~,, ~,,,+ a ~ ~ ~" "[ ced by the notes of the purchaser I ' With Johnny Sands weed killer; 30 ft. endless belt; forks; shovels; digging irons" ing heater, llke new; Regina electric sweeper; Electric heat sons. It's the SONET~, the[ .. " ".",+ "."~" ~ " " :" ]bearing even date with day of I ~='- ..... ,~,~,, log chains;- anvil; vise; mall tools. light; Duotherm oil burner and 250,gal. tank; About 100 gal. smallest aid ever made try pio- I ~ere m a,d~ar~n, Com-. sale, payable on or before one and ~ Redllne '~I,K~ FEED--I,500 bales mixed hay, some growing ecru. of oil; 2 Electric irons; Off lamps; Electric toaster; Electric neering Sonotone. lt's So light [ film that offers aduR two years ~ter da~e respectivel-, ] With James Caan clocks; Pressure cooker; Electric table and floor lights; Electro- and tiny that it's worn entirely ] audiences a look at a small town beari-o .+ i .... DAIRY EQUIPMENT 1 Lux cleaner; Eloctri fan and heater combined; Kitchen cab- in the ear -- there's nothing ]:led with immorahty, confhct., (6) ~er cent per annum ,~avable ..... Esco 375 gal. bulk milk tank; Surge vacuum pump; 4 milker tnet; 2 Metal chairs; Metal cabinet; Kitchen utensils, Pots and outside the ear. You just slip .pass ns, clashing .personali-I e ni:annually,- ed edd 'Don't Take A Chance' metal rack; wash up tank; 2 stainless steel strainers: ues, noreaom mat must one-i of trust upon the property sold, 1 Pans; China and Glass ware; Old iron griddle; Broom cabinet; the SONET in your car and v~ed at any cost, an da disre-[and assignment of fire insurance --REGULAR ADMISSION-- buckets; 2 Stewart cow clippers; feed cart; wheelbarrow~ and Some canned fruit; Glass jars; Meat saw; 10, 5 and 2-gaL Stone ingenious focused hearing di. . bl nt upon _._ _gard for indivi lual rights and in a reasona e amou t.h - other articles not mentioned. 1 Jars; Crocks; Shoe last; Gambel sticks; Ironing board; 2 Metal rects sounds to the cardrumo law and order.. V+mwers will be t building thereon, with the privi. F.R-E.E CAR To Be Given Away SALE ORDER -- On Thursday, September 8, Cattle and 1 chairs; Antennae; Step.ladder; Wash tubs; Garden Tools; Saw 1 horse; Shovels; Wire cable; Steel trap; Garden tractor plow; S O N O T 0 N E up .in plot ann n.ela|lege to the purchaser of paying Dairy Equipment will be sold. Friday, September 9, Far ~i~llfly unto me raucous, vmlen. 1 cash on day of sale or increas. MONDAY. COURTESY OF Machinery will be sold. __ ]mg, he cash paymer t as he may COURTNEY S AUTO PARTS Hand garden plow; Some lumber; Water can; Wheelbarrow; OfHagerstown conclusion drains them and lets - t - - ' Chicken brooder; l-Man cross.cut saw; Porch swing; Some coal; goa. I desire. Purchaser to pay 1967 i BOLIVAR, W. VA. TERMS--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. 1 Coal hod; 3 Wooden storm windows; Lots of other articles not ....... L_ ..... : _ _ I real esteCe taxes. mentioned. ROY P~ I~L~RR~ Manager -----.= ............... J[ The undesigned Executor re- w.~.Ma..~ ~.~.~ Q-"+ 7 OSCAR LLOYD i rERMS..CASH. 733 South Potomac Street IkJtl lfi l' I iP'I /M 'I' [ serves the right to reject arty and ....... : "": ~'~" MORROW, ORNDoRFF and BOWLUS - Auctioneers Nothing to be removed until settled for. Hagerstown, Md. ncrtm| bids,..~ in his opioion the FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE! MORELAND and FURR. Clerks Phone Hagerstown 1 William E. Mills " ++ + . l amotmt om is Inaaequam or ~[ continue said sale to a later date. +q~lr o hath" Lunch Rights Reserved. ' QuotaQw.s of Ch B!ue gel ,hn . kinner, Exectttor of In Colo --'" --i Karlo-- Not responsible for accidents on premises. 1 THARl~_~-Auetioneers , +REgent 3,3242 Or e Rid Jo C S, ~,,~,.,u ~.. t MOOItE+ MOO rks + . + Sept, Town 25.5391 Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, [ Van B. Wilson, deceased., r mm s -W;-Va;,-Mm day, Aug. +29; 1966. Aug. 25. 4 t. I ..... [ DOES MORE FOR YOUR CAR FIGHTS ENGINE KNOCK