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+:-.+ ,- ...... , . ...... ],+ Lee Lupton and *,we chi -w gPmlT 3"EFFERgON FARMERS ADV6AYE SOCIAL, PEilISONAL ACTIVITIES IN drfen, Sandra and Dale, of Armcl, I ~ ~ ~' ~ ~ 1~' ~" ~" "J~ ~ ~{" ~" ~" ~ ~' ~" "J~ ~r ~" ~" ~" ~ ~" '~" ~{" ~{' ~ ~" SUMMIT PnlNT_{+ AREA ,+, woo at + o, . "" * ,0++ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Law- I wl ~ ILL ]| ~ ~" ~ ~ + ..... .... heifers and bulls by the her rence Grove. Also visiting the ] f- to 140.00. Phone 725-7777 Groves ++o * + V 2 __ * MARKH REPORT Choice to prime calves, By Mrs. St tuar C"m-- son and dau hter-in-law, Mr. and ] .... I t .2, ; g oct outc er Mrs. Alton Grove of Leetown. I ..... I 30.00 to 33.75; medium b The Reverend and Mrs.+ Jen- munity. I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hinton ] ' Quotations of the Blue Ridge ] calves, 27.00 to 29,75; thin rtingsW. Hob nand thre+f .chil-I Mr. andMrs. Robert Light and and infantdaughter, AudreyMi'l 1his l !MIspi{ fr IS more Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, 126.75 down; heavy calves, 2 dren, Jenks, Nell and Jai+lie, of t children, Bobby and Linda, were chelle, of Remington, Va., were I W. Va., Monday, Sept. 5, 1966. I 30.00. Ih~rcellvilte' Va" were visit~rs n dinner gue;sts n Sunday at "West visitrs ver the hliday weekend I : f e y i ~ Receipts of all classes mder" I Blue head hg~" ade lambs' Sunday, Aug. 8, at the home of Shenst0ne, the home of Mr. and at the home of the fotmer's par-, fitlY! ;l:e[~ ill '[[lil; commuflit: ate, with a good demand for all] red head grade lambs,+23., Miss Shirley Macoughtry+ Last Mrs. Wallace Snyder and daugh- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold itinton. I butcher classes, shoulder grade lambs, Sunday Miss Macughtry spent ters' the Misses Wallis Anne and Paul Dailey returned t his i i i l Prime calves tP' 38"25' fen" butcher eWes' 2 00 t 26'00 the day visiting with the 15[obson Sue Snyder. On Sunday evening home the latter part of the week l tured the sale I ewes per head, up to 26.00. family before the children left tolMr, and Mrs. Lightand famffyfrm the Charles Twn General] tlllt otller . Hospital where he had been un-I Choice butcher steers, none; Good butcher hogs, 25. Mrs.returu t theJr respective s hls" visited the frmer's cusins' Mr" derging treatmen't fr injuries'Mr. and Mrs. Stewart arbro and Mrs. John M. Kackley andHoward Fellers, allie, I ' " good butcher steers, 23.00 to 25.40; medium butcher 24.00; plat nto medium steers, 24.25; to 24.75; heavy bl and daughter, Terri, of Mon+tgom-l children, Charlotte Anne, Jay, to his arm suffered in a recentI eIT, spent Labor Day we( kend]PeggY andMillie, nearBerryville, farm accident. I Ill[ II Cat tlm in the world 7 20.00 to 22.75; choice butcher heif- ] hogs, 20.00to 24.00; butcher + ome ao , Va O ar,o W "'". ,., nooe; u,c or 0+0; .ea ,co+ Miss The Reverend and Mrs. William and his finaneeel both of Balti-I ~ 23.00 to 24.00; plain to medium Light bt~tcner nods, 22.00 to Poston and Mr. Skinner Po~:ton. I Brook are spending several days more, Md., were visitors on Sun-/ "~" ~ j heifers, 20.00 to 22.75; good bulls, shoats per hunared, 28.00 0~ Sunday ibhe Yarbros were din. l this week at the Peterkin Confer. day at the homes of the former's, ! ~1 ~i~ L~ ~ ;~ 23.00 to 24'75; p|ain to mediura pigs per neaa, uP to.15"90; nor guests at the home of +iss I ence Center near Rmny,where uncles' Mr" James H" Snyder' Mr" I : bulls' 20"00 t 22"75; cmmercial 15"00 dwn; sws ana p'gs' Frances Coleman and while Ill,re]the former is attending Clergy Wallace Snyder and families. I cows, 18.00 to 19.50; utility cows, 135.00. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs and, : 16.75 to 17.75; canners and cut-, Miscellaneous Sales Start visited with many of their frieinds ] Conference on Tuesday, Wednes- daughter, MAss Mary Lynn Childs, ] ~ ~s ~, ters, 16.50 down; cows by the A.M.--Livestock Sales 1:30 and former neighbors .in the 1 day and Thursday. entertained a group of relatives at I ,--" * " * head, up to 225.00; stocker and I Each Monday .~ ~I~m~llllllli~ a cook-out at their home near, ~ ~ ~i I~ ~II ..~ U~ O~~t ~ feeder steers, 21.O0 to 27.00; stockl ~~mt~~ Summit Point on S+urday eve-] hind. Those present were Mrs. l /' Brant DeHaven and son, Mr. Grai- i then DeHaven, Mr. and Mrs. l "k "k' 'IIc Thurston Collins, all of Winches-I To settle the estate of the ate Walter M. Barb, we will sell ter, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Orville .......... the following located on Marshall St., Ranson, W. Ca.. near DeHaven and chi+ldren, Ronnie Hall and Evelyn and Mrs. Edith impressed with the annual beau- ter, Mrs. John Morris, and other Ranson Fruit Company. SATURDAY, SEIPTEMBER 10, 1966 BEGINNING 10:30A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Etc. Frigidaire refrigerator; Cook stove; 2 Heating stoves; Old safe; Walnut chest of drawers: Marble top dresser; Kitchen cabient; Apple butter kettle; Brass kettle; Maytag washer; Work table; Stands; Sewing macl~ne; Wash stands; Metal beds; Clocks (old); Window fan; 38 Pistol; 22 Rifle; Shot gun; Wheel- barrow; 2 Lawn mowers; Small tools; Pots, Pans, Dishes, (some old); Pictures; Bed linens; Fishimg boat; 3~-H.P. Outboard motor; Tool bin; Coal furnace; and other articles too numerous to mention. 18 LAYING HENS. MARE PONY; CART And HARNESS. H. CLAY TlIARPE--Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND--Clerk Sept. 1.21, Bank of Charles Town, Adm. WALTER M. BARB, Estate Milleffs Small Grain Supreme provides all the essential nutrients necessary for the production of top yields. Miller's Small Grain Supreme offers the following extras for Barley, Oats and Wheat: 1. Stronger straw to help pre e t+ ng, 2. More uniform crop with full l riiels. 3. Crop will ripen more evenly. 4. Crop is in better condition for over-wintering --- less plants lost. 5. More nutrient value in the harvested crop. MILLER'S SMALL GRAIN SUPREME ALSO: 1. Is a granular product that contains a special additive to insure its free flowing qualities. 2. Is is mineralized and contains RHEOLITE. 3. It is recommended at the rate of 400 pounds per acre. A supplemental spring addition of Nitrogen is rec- ommended at the rate of 30-70 pounds per acre. SEE YOUR MILLER SALESMAN Or DEALER For Exact Rate. The supplemental rate will depend entirely on the condition of the crop. Miller Chemical & Fertilizer Corporation CHARLES TOWN ..... PHONE 304-725.7051 Aug. 25 -- Sept. 1-8-15 Discontinuing housekeeping, I will sell at public sale, the following Household Goods. Located at Bakerto W. Va., about 6 miles South of Shepherdstown, W. Va. on: SATURDAY, SEItTEMBER 10, 1966 STARTING AT 10 O'CLOCK, SHARP 5 piece Bedroom suite; 3 piece Oak living room suite; Single beds; Small walnut drop leaf table; Dining room table and 4 chairs; China cabinet; Straight back and Rocking chairs; Plat- form rockers; Overstuffed chairs; Chest of drawers; Dressers; Singer sewing machine; 3 Televisions; Double and Single beds. complete; Oak wash stand; Towel rack; Cot; Oak china cup- board; Window screens; Smoking stand; Lawn chairs; Trunks; Some books; Small stands; 3 9 x 12 Axmln ter rugs; 2 12 x 14 Linoleum rugs; 9 x 12 Fiber rug; Scatter rugs; Curtain stretch- ers; Picture and Picture frames; Thermos Jug; Lard cans; 2 Slop jars; Toilet set; Table and Bed linens; Pillows; Blankets and Quilts; Curtains and Blinds; Bird cage; Clothes basket: Bathroom scales; 2 Foot stools; 12-Gauge Iver Johnson shay gun; 22-Cal. Rifle; 1948 Plymouth 2tdoor sedan, A-1 shape; 8 x 8 building; Philco rerflgerator, A-1 shape; Frigidaire electric range, A-1 shape; 4 burner Gas stove and oven, A-1 shape: Maytag washing machine; General Electric Radio; Warm Morn. ing heater, like new; Regina electric sweeper; Electric heat light; Duotherm oil burner and tank; About 100 gal. of oil; 2 Electric irons; Oil lamps; Electric toaster; Electric clocks; Pressure cooker; Electric table and floor lights; Electro- Lux cleaner: Electric fan and heater combined; Kitchen cab. lnet; 2 Metal chairs; Metal cabinet; Kitchen utensils. Pots and Pans; China and Glass ware; Old iron griddle; Broom cabinet; Some canned fruit; Glass Jars; Meat saw; 10, 5 and 2-gal. Stone Jars: Crocks; Shoe last; Gambel sticks; Ironing board; 2 Metal chairs; Antennae; Step-ladder; Wash tubs; Garden Tools; Saw horse; Shovels; Wire cable; Steel trap; Garden tractor plow; Hand garden plow; Some lumber; Water can; Wheelbarrow; Chicken brooder; 1-Man cross-cut saw; Porch swing; Some coal; Coal hod; 3 Wooden storm windows; Lots of other articles not mentioned. TERMS--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. William E. Mills MILLER - THARPF_e-Auctioneers MOORE. MOORFe- lerks Sept. 1.2t. and Gall of Summit Point. t Thomas attended funeral services Miss Barbara Shull of Arling- for Mr. Edward Kave at Stanley, ton, Va., spent the Labor Day ,holt- Va., last Tuesday. days visiting at the home of her Paxton Marshal, l, who has been mother, Mrs. Thomas ShuL1 and employed by Jones and LaughLin family, tat Pittsburgh this summer, spent Mrs. George Helsley is a patient Labor Day weekend with his in the Charles Town General Hos- pital having been admitted Sun- day suffering from pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heare and son, Rusty, were recent visitors at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz, in Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. Orville De Haven and children, Ronnie and Gaff, were among those attending a cook-out on Sunday by the let- ter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ramsburg ,at their home in Charles Town. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead , mother, Mrs. P. P. Marshall. Pax- ton will enter the School of Law at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., this fall. Mr. and Mrs, Harley Potter and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Markeley at Maurertown, Va., on Saturday. The Kearneysville P.T.A. will meet Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the graded school. Lt. Ben Marshall, Quantico, Va., spent the weekend with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Laird Marshall. The Reverend J. Wade Huff- man, pastor emeritus of the Clear Spring, Maryland Charge, will be supply minister at Grace E. & R. Church on September 11 and Sep- tember 18. The Women's Guild and Men's Brotherhood will hold vesper services and a weiner roast on thd church lawn at 7:30 Ned Marshall, son of Mrs. P. P. pan. on Thursday, Sept. 8. Marshall, returned home last At the September meeting of the Evergreen 4-H Club, officers were elected for the coming year. They are: president, Carolyn Whetzei; vice president, Mary Creamer; secretary, Anna Mary Willingham; treasurer, Vaugh Russell; reporter, Steve Marshall; song and game leaders, Benita Anderson and Vaugh Russell. week after spending the summer working in Neuspadt, Germany. During the Last two weeks Ned was in Germany he toured Swit- zerland, Italy, France and Eng- land. Mrs. Norval Johnston, II, who was a patient at King's Daughters' Hospital last week, returned home on Sunday. Mrs. Marian Myers, County 4-H Mrs. Waiter Corbi~ and Mrs. Agent, discussed new projects Eleanor Corbin, West Terra which are being introduced this Haute, Ind., are guests this week ,ear. The picnic and hayride of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Welsh. Miss Norma Whetzel left Thur.s- day for Morgantown where she will be enrolled as a senior at West Virginia University. have been rescheduled for Fri- day, Sept. 9. The group will meet at Morgan's Grove Park at 6 p.m., an deach member may bring a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnston and family, Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Margaret Grove and Nancy, Mar- tinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Benedum and daughter Barbara, Harris- burg, Pa , were recent guests of Mrs. W. B. Hammond. Mrs. B. N. Headley and Mrs. Hugh Thompson, Rockville, Md., visited Mrs. W. B. Hammond on Sunday afternoon. Miss Boyd Returns From Trip Abroad Miss Margie Boyd arrived in ty of the Alps and the Swiss homes. However, Italy was the country which received Miss Boyd's acclaim. Among the works of architecture and art of Italy seen by Miss Boyd were the La Scala Opera House, Michelan- gelo's Sistine Chapel, the Milan Cathedral, and the paintings "The Last Summer" by Leonardo da Vinci in the refectory of Sainte Marie delle Grazies in Milan. The ancient ruins of the city of Pom- peii were seen with wonderment. And especially impressive was the performance of "Aide" in a Ro- man ampitheatre and a Schubert concerd heard in St. Mark's Square in Rome. Miss Boyd, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd, teaches at C harles Town Junior High School. Miss Nancy Boyd of Hyattsviile, Md. ,spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh and son, Duane, Takoma Park, Md., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Slonaker and daughter are .spending the school year at Morgantown. Ran- old is enrolled at the West Vir- ginia University School of Agri- culture. Mrs. Ed Price and family, Mar- tinsburg, spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. L. V. Stuckey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall and Terry Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie II I Mrs. Harry Shirley Auction Sale The South Jefferson Ruritan Club will hold an auction on Sep- tember 17 for the promotion of the Youth program. Anyone wish- ing to corttrihute anything please contact either Mr. Joe Gruber, Mr. John Laycock or Mr. R. W. McCormick. Marion Lee Barrow of James- town, N.Y., spent the holiday weekend with his mother, Mrs. Naomi Barrow and his sister, Sus- ie Barrow. Mr, and Mrs. Darrell Hearst and family of Chambersburg, Pa., spent Labor Day with the latter's )arents, Mr, and Mrs. Lee Barnes. Miss Judy Shirley spent Tues- relatives in Charles Town. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Reckley of Berkeley Springs, were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes White and Mr. C. M. Kearns on Friday evening. Mrs. Herman Reed and Miss Rhoda White spent Sunday visit- ing their mother, Mrs. J. B. White in Charles Town, and in the after- noon attended a birthday party honoring the sixth birthday of Mrs. Reed's grandson, Donald Crum. Mrs. Lyle Markle and daugh- !ters honored Mrs. Lloyd Markle with a '"lullaby shower" at her home on last Saturday evening. The affair was well attended and the honored guest received many lovely and useful gifts. Miss Margaret Vorous returned to Potomac State College at Key- ser on Thursday for the ensuing school year. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Braithwaite and family, of Dover, Dela, spent Labor Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grocer Dun- lap. Their eldest daughter, Toni Lynn, returned home with them after a three weeks' visit to her grandparents and other relatives here. Notice Of Sale Of Valuable Real Estate FORMER VAN B. WILSON HOUSE AND LOTS CORNER OF CHURCH AND HUNTER STREETS, CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA. tay night in Martinsburg where The undersigned Executor by she attended a slumber party at virtue of the authority vested in the apartment of Misses LeAr, him under the Last Will and Test I Ohenowith and McBee. These are amerrt of Van B. WiLson, deceas-1 aU students at West Virginia ed, duly probated and recordedI College of Beauty Culture in in the Office of the Clerk of thei Martinsburg. Cotmty Court of JefferSon Cou~y I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and West Virginia, in Will Book K, ] family spent the weekend touring page 192, and having been re- the different States spending the quested so to do by Bank of night in Blaine, Ohio. I Charles Town, Committee of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ring and iMary Guy Wilson, will offer for children along with Mrs. Doug- ! sale at public auction to the high- las Ring spent Sunday afternoon lest bidder at the front door of with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leather-]the Court House of Jefferson man in Hagerstown, Md. Cotmty, West Virginia, in Charles Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morriss of Town, West Virginia, EMBEZZLES $1000 FROM LOCAL STORE That's a newspaper headline you see often these days in almost any town. Of'tho millions of dollars in money and goods stolen last year by dishonest employees, only about one-tenth of the loss was covered by bonds. Whether your budnesa large or small, you need fidelity bonds as protection from possible employee dis- honesty. For complete infor- mation and rates, contact... PHONE 725-2211 I I i Charles Town were Sunday after- New York on Aug. 18 from a noon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. European tour sponsored by the Harry Shirley. National Education Association. Miss Clemye Baker spent last In the nine countries visited Tuesday and Wednesday with her there are many places that leave a brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and lasting impression wRh Miss Mrs. Clarence Swartz in C,harles Boyd. The "Stonehinge" and Town. "Stratford-on- Avon," Shakes- Little Cara Lynn Whittington, peare's country, were both points daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of special interest in England; in Charles Whittington, is a patient France, it was a v sit to the in Winchester Memorial Hospital Louvre; a museum of magnificent where she is undergoing tests paintings and other works of art and observation. in Paris; in Germany a spectacu-i The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist tar ride by Rhine steamer and a Church met at the church Wed- trip to Heidelberg; and an oppor- nesday evening. Mrs. Ben Vorous tunity of viewing Rembrandt mas- had charge of .the lesson study terpieces in Ho land. In Switzer- and program, "The Inclusive land, Miss Boyd was especially Church." Mrs. Jesse Frye, presi- amttlll'll lear eea ilfflelL $3.00 Per Week CllARL TOWH GAS C0'' INf. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. dent, had charge of the business portion of the meeting. Mr. Charles M. Kearns was a supper guest the home of his grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Jay P. Kearns on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cross, who have been residing with his moth- er, Mrs. Kerman Cross, since their marriage in June, this week moved to Terrico Heights in Ber- keley County. Mrs. Frank Watson is spenaing this week wRh her son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Watson in in Shepherdstown. Mrs. James Pulse and family of Martinsburg were Labor Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frazler Watson. Mr. and M~s. Fred Wood of Baltimore, Md., were Sunday din- ner guests st the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes White. The Woods wen~ on to Charles Town to visit the farmer's aunt, Mrs, J. B. White, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kearns of FaLls Church spertt Labor Day weekend at their home here, re-: ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, llRh, 1966, AT 10:30 A. M., D. S. T.+ al.l of those two ce :n lots or pkrcels of land, situate in the+ Eastern Section of Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, i improved by a bungalow, known as Lots Numbers 47 and 48 on the plat of the Rebecca Hunter Hei s AddiSon to Charles Town, which said pla~ was made by Jas. K. Hendrick_s, S. J. C., in June, 1903, and is recorded i~ said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 97, page 394. Said lots fronting re- spectively 56 and 66 feet on East or Church Street E ended, and extending back with parallel sides 150 feet long Hunter Street to an a ley in the rea , being the same lots which were conveyed .to the s+lid Van B. Witson by L. F. Wilson and wife by deed dated the 8th day of March, 1920, and of record in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 118, page 290. Said lots improved by five room bungadow, 2 bedrooms, bath, kitChen, dinning room, hall, attie and basement, off heat. Excellent :location. l TERMS OF SALE: One third[ cash on day of sale, balance[ in two equal ins flments, eviden- ced by the notes of the purchaser hea ing even date with day of sale, payable on or before one and two years after da e respectively, bearing interest from date at six (6) per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, and assignmem of fire insurance in a reasonable amount upon the building thereon, with the privi- tege to the purchaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increas- ing the cash paymen as he may desire. Purchaser to pay 1967 real estate taxes. The undesigned Executor re- turning on Monday evening, serves the right to reject any and Mrs. William Reid of BaRimore all +bids, ,if in his opioion the has been the guest of her sister, amount bid is inadequate or to Mrs. Earl Grantham for continue said seae to a later date. severalI John C. Skinner, Executor of days. Mrs. Bane Brown spent last[ Van B. Wilson, deceased. weekend visiting her granddaugh-IAug. 2,5: 4-t. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. OFFERS FOR SALE On Monthly Installment Plan FOUR GRAVES LOT -- $280.00 Payable $27.00 Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23.00, Per Month SINGLE GRAVE LOT -- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Bad. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL AT SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE EAST CONGRESS STREET, Charles Town, W. Va. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS Tako Advontage+ of These ONE CENT O ffersj+on ..... A , for OHE C With Any Circulator Model You Buy Howl A Famous West Bend "Trig" TEA KETTLE for 0HE CEHT With Any Radiant Model You Buy Nowl OFFER ABSOLUTELY ENDS OCTOBER 1 MOOEL 1117... America's hr st selling radiant model coal heater. One of eildtt radiant models to which Tea Kettle for One Cent Of. far applies. , mode m,... on,y $79.95 FAMOUS DELUXE MODEL 400 . . 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