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ea Ill ]] i li i|] land Mrs. Evelyn Wiles are all t rolI and Mr. Brown, They were ,, , l Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and Mrs. Gaie Dodson and family] SPIRIT OF J-EFFERSON F ,'tMel ADVOCATI [ I II i iq [] iworking in the apples. ]staying in Orlando, Fla. John al- I sons, Steve, Keith, Terry and of Middleway were Friday. even-I 2---C THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, : .... t .... , ..... ~ [ Mr MelVin ~ind M/,s Beulah ]Ways welcomes any one from the ] Glenn were Sunday dinner guests ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mil-I ------------ ---- ~y mrs. Jmm wmpp ymmm !Fritts spent S~tUrday" evening ] he.me town.. ........ ' of Mr .and Mrs. Theodore Ott and lard D. Ott and daughters Jamie [ i~I ....... --" "~-_, ........ I WRh friehds in B~unsWick, Md i ~ar. anu tars. Atoert vlanas Jr. t family, and Kathy. i ily were recent visitors of her ] ~ ~ ~ ~, t. dlLU LYLJ[ . 'LT J['J. J[IU ~Ill'y " ...... , " e e " Mr" ve er e f B sda w r callers Sunday morning spent the weekend in Baltimore. [ . Syl st Fry o ethe , / ........ ...... Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and Mr. and Mrs. Alec Lanham and I mother Mrs. Mary Ott and sister ] It-- I_ I__ -'~ :" " ' :"* ~='Md s-:eht th ..... L'n~ --ith '-is j w,m mew son-m-row anu aaugn- , family of Bakerton were Monday filmily of Loudoun County, Vir-]Mrs. Elsie Painter and family at] r K r II~ U.daughterWim Mr, elrandsnMrs.'m4aWJohn Hamana ]Pl ar'ents Mr. eandW KeMrs.U WRobert. ter M ..... .... ^. , evening callers of Mr. and MrS. ginia Were Sunday visitors of the ] Ranson. [ II II IID - - 'F"'e ~ ................. ~ ............... I Merle eden and sons. latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Saml Mrs. Faye Chapman of Middle I _ I ~ ...~ pmn ann son. | ry . ~" |enue Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Odeh Hardy and family. ] , Dr. and Mrs. Josel~h C, ain and i ML Roland Whipp who was a~ M~ and Mrs Ra~ Cantor and were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr and Mrs Roy Pulse and Iway was Saturday visitor of Mr. I I I III I I~ daughters of BerryVtllle, Mrs Dot [patient in the Charles Town Gen/!, " .... ";.. ~. .... " is Herndon ' ~ " ,. mr. anti ~rs. ~tugn uutrow ox at Berryville, Va. I Mary Cline were Sunday visitors lters Janie and Kathy. ] I I Lib ~lm 1: ~'~ of Washin-~:: ~UgchterM~eInddY [~ro~e Ha~S~I~l~vil[:tu~neTdhtursdah~S/Hagerstwn' Md., Mr. and Mrs. The quotations of The Blue Rid~Mrs" James Shumaker and family [family of Middleway and Mrs ]and Mrs. Millard Ott and daugh-I ~ ~11 ~ ....... ?~_, --...=._ "% .~:__ . / ........ ~;/Albert Viands Jr. and daughters ge Livestock Sales at Charles Mrs. Lucy Penwell spent Tues-[of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and[ ,* lvxr~. ~eonar9 xr]tts oI t~naries ,ttojanu ]s ~zetung along very gootl/~ .... .,t ~J~,,,~, ,~ ,h, 1~ day and Wednesday with her dau [sons. [ '" ............... : ~ I I WITH ~OU~ ~: r : .... ...... ~ .......... J ....... loomery Town Monday, Sept. 25, 1961. Towd Were last Suflday via|tars Ibut canno 'go up atid down steps ]and Mrs Geor-e Jo-'es - ere un Rec-i''o ...... ' ..... ghter Mrs. Evelyn Potts at Falls I Mr and Lester Jenkins, I ::L ~'ntts'With Mr. Md~in and Mrs. Behlah [yet, ..... ~ I day callers, wiSth Mr" a'nd l~rs. hogs he~vy"wit~h'a~'goo~deman~ Church, Va. [Mrs. "Jo Ann Viands and family] ~ITH & STRID[R [ ELECTRICAL : i ] Glad to hear Mrs. Lflhan Hen-[Bert V ands. for all classes on sale. Mr. and Mrs. Lester art were land Mrs. Judy Harding and dart-I FUNERAL H0 ,. daMrh;enrd;~herSri%OfnaLlduWdotluenS ~tndl~ersonlwhO was very ill inthe/ Mr and Mrs Charles Stocks, l Feature of sale was few fancy Friday evening callers of M~'&lghter Pamela were shoppers atI I PROBLEM :"::! g ~enera rmsp}tat has returneu to " " ' " Esther eden and daughter Don-lWinehester, Va. on Saturday. I I IN YOUR HONIE,., ........ / ......... /Mr. and Mrs. William Frye of I hogs top $20.50; prime veal $35.- na and sons Guy and Frank at I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilt and I : gins, va. anu ~r. anu ~ars. Don-/her name m unenanaoan ~unct-IBrunswick Md and Mr and Mrs 25 aid Hovermale and children Day- lion Lillian we all wish yoU a 1.~ .. ". "- " -" - " ~" - ..... her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ifamily were visitors of the latters | 304 West Washhlgton St. I ON YOUR FARM . ~. ~, '~'. .......... / "- l~UOtetteunamonn oi hanson unoice outcner steers none; l~tanawerir/:n~uan~ta,,ae~7[oS~ ~i~]a |sp~te~Yi::~~el?t'ter from m" 0o" [were Sunday afternoon visitors god butcher steers 22.00 to 23.00; Kidwiler and family at Bakerton. |mother Mrs. Hattie James at Ran | .~, -- I AT YOUR BUSlNES| ~'la i . ,, ~ ~ ..... / ....... ~, ....... ~..~ " |with the formers parents Mr. andplain to mediumsteers 18 00 to Brenda and Gale Brookman [son recently. [ "rown, W. Va. I CALL :i ~ e r parents mr. ann ~rs. Aloer~/oonn xrom ~aytona ueacn, riot-/Mrs Robert F,~e and son S~Ives- 2100" ch-ice b'tcher h'~;f~ro spent the weekend with their I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Viands ] r Viands Jr at the Bloomery /ida saying two friends from Char/-e ...... ?, . , , PHONE :-- / P O T O M A C : Mrs "et" "" v 1 :"" ~'" ~ z.- ~ . - .., .... ~t r none; gooa outcner heifers 19oo father Mr. Johnny Brookman and/and daughter of Ranson were/ . u ty rio erma e, ~v~4;s. ~t- lies Town nan caitea on mm on / :: .......... to 21 00" -lain t^ m ......... ft.'-- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cave [Sunday Visitorse of Mr. and Mrs. / Day 370 Night I / LIGHT & POWER ,~" len Viands, Mrs. William Dillow/Tuesday evening, Mr. Buzzy Car. /l~ametown j'" ~r. anu ~v~rS.were~Vn~onr.rmayt-OpKmS.evenmgO~ ~o..~= "" '~^'to ~o...;~P .. ~oou~ eu~u~, ~e~e~ou~ ~.o~ to Brookman at Shenandoah June-/Quinton. Ott and family. [ callers with their son-in-law Mr. 21.00; plain to medium bulls 16.00 lion. ' Mrs. Margaret Hostler and fam- ~ C O M P A N Y 2 miles South of McLean, Va,, on RoUte 123 or 1 mile North of Tysons Corner. Follow Signs to-Sale. I BEGINNING AT 12:30 P. M. (E.D.T.) 45 Milking Cows 7 Springers 6 Bred Heifers 19 Open Heifers 21 Yearlings and Calves. One of the Top Herds mi Test in Northern Virginia. DHIA RECORDS ARTIFICIAL BREEDING TESTED FOR BANGS AND T. B. Gallon DeLaval Bulk Tmik. 250 4 Surge Milkin$ Uflits. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT arid Mi'S. Obie Johnston and dau- ghters Joyce and Bonnie. Little Tuna Diliow spent last week with her grandmother Mrs. William Dillow Sr. at Millville. Miss Sherri Wiles and Donna Hovermale spent last week with their grandmother Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. Mrs. Nelson Bush called on her mother Mrs. Willingham at Kear neysville one day last week. Mrs. Lester art and son Mich- ael spent Thursday with her mo- ther Mrs. James Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were recent callers with the lat- tars bi'other-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Odis James and daugh- ter Donna Jean in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands call ed on the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell and family in Ransom Mrs: Leroy Milbourne and dau ghters and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Martin of Hedgesville were Satur day night callers with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family at Middleway. Sunday callers were Mr .and Mrs. Ray Cantor arid 1~i', and Mrs. Hubert Dutrow of Hagerstowii and Mr. and'Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. Luthera White and friend of .Ranson were Saturday night visitors with Mrs. Maude Small- wood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Viands of Baltimore, Md. were callers on Wednesday i~ith their aunt Mrs. Maude Smallwood. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Martin of Hed~esville who were recently married are house keeping in Mar tinsburg. Mrs. Martin was the for mar Eva Pace, daughter of Mrs. Lerdy Milbourne. Miss Libby Gayhart of Ranson was a caller Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. U.S. scienusts find Soviet hopeful on arms talk. WARRENTON, VIRGINIA September 28 - lt. Commissions are not paid on arguments won, but on sales made. IL L. MILLS GASOLINE STATIOHS CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG FRIDAY ahd SATURDAY, :$EPT MBE gth & 30th GET ANOTHER TOP QUALITY, 12-OUNCE CRYSTAL HEAVY BOTTOM, DECORATED ' TI WITH EACH PURCHASE OF OF iThis Is Our Decoratbn Es ialty 14 de. N6I Avail. able Anywhere Else. You Will Wmt A Full of Them. ACTUAL siZE ' PREMIUM GASOLINE i8 1vie RE THA : 100.OCTANE .. ,.SUPER PREMIUM :GALLON m ~ I Ill" I I I I to 19.00; commercial cows 16.00 to 17.00; utility cows 15.00 to 16.- 00; canners and cutters 15.00 down; cows by the head up to 181.00; stacker and feeder steers up to 24.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 167.00; Choice to prime calves 32.00 to 35.25; good butcher calves 28.00 to 31.00; medium butcher calves 21.00 to 27.00; thin calves 20.00 down; heavy calves 18.00 to 27.00; Blue head grade lambs 21.50; red head grade lambs 20.00; red shoulder grade lambs 16.00 to 18. 00; butcher ewes 3.00 to 5.50; stock ewes per head 10.00 down; Good butcher hogs 19.00 to 20.- 50; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to 19~)0; heavy butcher hogs 18a 00 to 19.00; butcher sows 12.50 to 16.00; heavy feeders and light but eher hogs 17.00 to 18.00; shoats per hundred 21.00 down; pigs per head 12.00 down; heavy boars 10.- 50 to 11.50; stags up to 13.00; sows and pigs up to 60,00; stock boars 11.50 to 15.00. Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A, M..Livestoek Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. Demonstratlonal Graded Calf Sale Thursday, 28th. Annual Fall Cattle and Calf Sale Friday, Oct. 13th. By Miss Margaret Houser Corrected From Last Week Miss Ahna Lee Knott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Knott was graduated from .the Kings Daughters Hospital School of Nursing Commencement exerci- ses were held at the Shenandoah Hotel Sunday afternoon, Septein- ber 10th with a reception immed lately following the program. Mr. Charles Knott who works for the Standard Lime and Cement in Manistee, Michigan spent several days with his family and attend ed the graduation exercises of his daughter. Mr. Carl Pierson and daughter Jeannette and Mr, Oral Brown of Richmond, Va. spent the week- end of August 10th in Zanesvil. le, Ohio with Mr. and Mrs. Russ- ell Hammer and family. Adult Class Meets Th Adult Class of the Metho- dist Church held its regular m0n thly and business meeting or/ Friday night, Sept. 22 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Het- zel with a very good attendance. After the meeting Mrs. Hetzel as- sisted by Mr. Hetzel served delic ious refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Houser and daughters of Hagerstown, Md. were Sunday guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H0user Sr. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harnld Welsh and daughter Traci motored to Fair merit, W. Va. on Friday of last week and visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stickley and son. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Welsh attended the W. Va.-Richmond football game in Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. William Trail and daughter of Alcxandria, Va. were the weekend guests of her mother Mrs. Madge Molar ahd sons. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and daughter of Kn0~ville, Md. and Mr. Gardner Loudan of Charles Town were Sunday even ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert FALCONS-- TUDOR .... Cambridge Blue, Heater, Straight Translnisslon FORDOR .... White--Heater, W/Tires, Straight Transmission FORDOR .... Mint Green ~nd White, Radio, Heater, Fbrdomaric, Deluxe Trim, Wheel Covers, W/Tires FORDOR WAGON--- White, Deluxe Trim, 101 HIP En~ine~ P~dio, Heater, Fordomatic, Padded Dash, W/Tires, Wheel Covers. FORDOR WAGON--- White, Deluxe Trim, 101 HIP Engine, Radio, Heater, Fordomaric, Pgdded Dash, Luggage Ra~k, W/Tires, Wheel Covers FORDS-- Iii FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE WAG White, Power Brakes, Wliidors, Steering, Seat; 300 HP V-8, Crulsemaric, Tinted Glass, W-S Was~er$, Air- Condition, Elec. Wipers, Padded Dash, Tinted Glass, Equ~ Lock Rear End, W/Tires, Wheel Covers. t MERCURYS-- t it METEOR 600 FORDOR--- Columbi& Blue, V-8 Mere-Marie Trans., Heater, White Tires, Padded Dash, Wheel Covers. MONTEREY FORDOR--- ., White, 220 HP V-8 Multi Drive Mere,O-Matte, Steering and Brakes, I~dio, Heater, Wheel Covers, W-Tires. MONTEREY FORDOR--. White, 300 HP Multi Drive Mere-O-Marie, Power Brakes, Steering, Windows and Seat;~ Radio, Heater, Tinted Glass, Eiec. Wipers, Washers, Wheel CoverS, W/Tires. FAIRLANE TU-DOR--- Magicalre He~r, W/Tiftt~ 6-Cyl., Straight Transmis- sion, White FAIRLANE 500 FORDOR,,- Mar]ca]re Heater, Fordomattc, V-8 Engine, White GALAXIE FORDOR-.. Black, V-8 Engine,: .U'~ruiseomatt, Power Steering, Radio, Maglcali~ Heater, B-Up Lights, W/Tires, Wheel Covers USED CARS-- 61 coRVAI TbDOR--- 60 Heater, Power-Glide, W/Tires, 5,000 Miles, 1 Local Owner, Like New. VALIANT V-200 FORDOR... Ritdld, Heitt~r, Str~klit Tr~i~|~fi, W/Tires, Show- room Condition. 59 FORD FAIRLANE FORDOR..- V-8, Overdrive; Radio, ~e~ter, l~ed and White, W/Tires. 58 MERCURY PARKLANE CONV.--- Full Power, Outstanding Value. 58 58 FORD FAIR LANE 500 FORDOR-. V-8 Fordomatie, Radio, Heater, Extra ~lice. MERCURY MONTEREY b33RDOR- Full Power, 1 Local Owner. Like New Condition. 58 MERCURY Montclair Fordor HitHl:Top--. Loudan and son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler of Martinsburg were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold 58 Harding and son and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mrs. HarMd Harding, Mrs. An- hie Loudan accompanied by Mrs. F, red Tabler motored to Dover, Pa. on Saturday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hbffman. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner LoUdan of Charles To~ll and Mr. arid Mrs. Bobby Loudan and daughter 57 of Knoxville, Md. were guests Of Mrs. Annie Loudan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son. Full POWe~; Loaded with Accessories, Black, WPrlres. 58 OLDS 88 HARD-TOP..- Hydromttc, Power Steering, ~te, ~ed Interior. Sharp. FORD CUSTOM 300 TUDOR--- V-8, Fordomaric, Leeal Owner, Very Nice. TRUCKS- ECONOLINE PICK- UP--- ][ted, Heater, Side Mirror, Rear Bumper, HID 6-Ply Tires. F-i00 ST SIDE UP -o ' Red, Heater, Turn Signals. F-250 STYLESIDE PICK- UP--- Green, Heater, Turn Signals, Rear Bumper, 6-Cyl. F-250 STYLESIDE PICK-UP--. Red, Heater, Turn Signals, V-8 Engine, 4 Speed Trams., Custom Cab, HD Rear Springs, Rear Bumper, 700 x l 6-Ply Tires. 57 FORD FAIRLANE 500 Hard-To T-Bird Special V-8, Full PG~er, Black and White. Engine Just Overhauled. A Real Buy. 57 PLYMOUTH FORDOR--- V-8 Straight TransmisSion, Priced Right. 56 MERCURY TUDOR--. ',: Mercomatic, Radio and Heater. 56 56 DODGE ROYAL FORDOR---' V-8 Powerflite, Power Steering, Exceptionally OLDS 88 Hard-Top--- Radio, Heater, Hydromatle, Blue astd White, Runs Good. 55 PONTIAC TUDOR-.- Radio, Heater, itydr~matic, New P~int Job. Runs 55 FORD RANCH WAGON--- 54 54 53 53 V.8 Engine just Overhauled, Runs Good?traight Shift. PLYMOUTH TUDOR--- Radio, Heater, New Paint. Extra Cledn. FORD CUSTOMLINE FORDOR,.. V-8 Straight Transmission, New Paint, Extra FORD CUSTOMLINE TUDOR--- V-8 Overdrive, Engine Just Overhauled, Real Good. PONTIAC TUDOR--- One Owner, Clean. FORD CONVER BLE--. 300 HP V-8 Crulse,O.M~tic, Power Steering, New Tires. OPEL TUDOR--- " .... ..... ' 1 Owner, Nice 8hap& A t~rgafiL FORD FAtRLANE.- '?500" fiORD TOIL Big Engine, Ford-O-Marie, Power Steerit~. V~rY Ntee. 56 FORD F-!00 Pick-Up--. V,& Ne~v Paint, Engine Just Oterh~uled. 53 D0 E Dump,-- . Re-Built Motor, Good Condition 8.25 x 20 Ti~$.; , i SI E CALL ANY oF THESE FORD SALESMEN: By Mrs. Pauline Ott JOE SUTTON DOUG COOPER G.L. ViRTS E.M. " H|TI G = Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and daughter Donna and sons GUy Home Phone 402, Home Phone 774 Home Phone 279.W Home Phone 1056 " and Frank of Bakerton were Sun day visitors of the formers mo- ther Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs Guil ford Turner and daughter Dar- lene and Sons Beverly, Diane and Timmy were Sunday supper gti sts Of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Angelo and sons at Burke, Va. 0 1 E U_ Mr, and Mi's. Donald Oden a.d WEEK NIGHTS PHONES: G A S 0 L I N E S T:A T IO N S daughterDonna and sons GUy and Frank and Becky Kidwiler of M~ 213 24g " Sakerton were Monday evaning 6:30 to,9t00,P, , ,, ,, ,, . . IL NSON .... ' .......... ' ..... " r i ...... L6ater' i:' , , 212 ' , ,.! . ~ i ~ * ~ ;~ , ( .~* ,: ":: i;~ ,~ /