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ii THE WEATHER AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl Changeable Weather :Thursday wind had ceas- Cool, cloudy, windy and rain 'ed but rained off and on durmg fluting the past: week. One week the day; much cooler in evening ago on Monday morning heavy Friday morning cloudy and becom clouds, warm very lithe sunshine ing somewhat warmer. Saturday and i,n late evening a wee show-!evening cool and cloudy, about or. Tuesday clouds in early morn- noon sun but bright and warm. lng, .~,')mc sunshine and a Htt]e Sunday morning cool and about C00![*r On evening. Wednesday for ~ 10 a. m. weather becoming mucl] ! nr'~ ,,me wind, skies becoming warmer and in afternoon about 3 | ~:~,:,: ,~ ~peparance of stormy wen p. m. very little air stirring. No. 9 l ~ :~e: late eve;sing, very heavy very busy as usual the Blue Ridge cloud'sand quite a lot of wind its becoming more beautiful each some lightning and thunder, winds iday. Colors changing leaves fall- stronger, rain really coming dox~n !ing fast, a brown carpet is cover- and lasted until late in night..i,ng the earth, Monday morning ' 100 90 HOLSTEINS -- 10 GUERNSEYS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1959 ) ,) At 1.:.,0 P. M. At Northern Virginia Dairy Cattle Sales Pavilion Catlett, Virginia Heifers will be sold in groups graded according to size, as well as individually. Heifers weigh betweer: 500 and 1000 lbs. All are calfhood vacccinated, de- horned and TB tested. LUNCII WILL BE SERVED JOHN G. HEYL, Owner The Plains, Va. Phone Cleavbrook 3.2791 STAN HAWORTH AUCTION CO., Warrenlon, Virginia October 1 -2t. and 8 ' ,,Top P You get more money for all your grain when you market it through Southern States. Com- - " plete satisfaction guaranteed. Top Market prices Accurate weights Correct grading Prompt payment Fast, e cient service Savings returned as patronage refunds GET COMPLETE DETAILS HERE TODAY SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. II i+ I I I II Ill II I I OF t'ONIES --- SHEEP ---CATTLE MEADOWBROOK FARM ELLICOTT CITY, MARYLAND. I the undersigned will have My Annual Sale on "Meadow- brook Farm" located 1!:~ miles South of U. S. Route 40, on U. S. Route 29, near Ellieott City, in Howard County. Md., ou SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. THE FOLLOWING TO-WIT: 387---HEAD OF LIVESTOCK---387 30 .... P 0 N IE S .... 30 18 Shetland Type Male Colts 4 to 12 months old, 7 Mare Coils 4 to 8 months old, I Mare Colt 1-year old, 4 Males bred to my Imported Palomino Stallion (Little Gold Mine), from Scotland. 316---HEAD OF SHEEP---316 20 Registered Suffolk Ewes, 280 Grade Ewes, nothing over 5-yrs. old will be separated for sale. 16 Registered Suffolk Rams. We got 2.555 Ibs. of wool from this flock this past spring and sold at 48 cents per pound. 41 REGISTERED AND GRADE HEREFORD CATTLE 41 30 of these Animals are Registered, 11 are Grades, 1 Reg- istered Polled Hereford Bull 4-years old; 10 Hereford Cows with calves; 2 Hereford Cows. 14 Bred and Open Herefora Heifers; 11 Hereford Heifers, 3 Hereford Steers weighing from 700 to 800 lbs. each. These cattle are T. B. and Bangs tested. Heath sheet given with each animal. Eligible for Interstate shipment. Loading chute available. NOTICE:--Any of the above may be inspected at your convenience. ORDER OF SALE:--Sheep Will Be, Sold First Followed by the Cattle, then Ponies about 1:00 o'clock P. M. TERMS OF SALE:--CASH with the Clerks on sale day and no property removed until paid for. Lunch and Refreshments Served on Premises. J. C. LEWIS, Owner PHONE ELLICOTT CITY 709---ELLICOTT CITY, MD. NULL & NULL, Auctioneers" Frederick, Md. ARTHUR K. PICKETT & RICHARD LARRICK, Clerks. October 8- lt. br;ght ~un~hine and a beauilhfl. Mrv. Jane Hawk ha~ employ- picture as the sun shines on the ment at Musselman Plant at In- Blue Pddge Mountains. hope to wood, W. Vs. be wi.t,h you next week [ Mr. and Mrs. Wal,ter Davis and Mr. Paul Wil,t ,at Charles Town family who have been occupying has been painting the interior of bhe. Mrs. Annie Grove cottage the ranch home at Blue Ridge for Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytone,a of Falls Church, Va. Mrs. Ethel Lancaster and Mrs Virginia Wilt were business visi- tors in Purcellville, Va. Thursday. New Home The new home that Mr. ant Mrs. Frank Garrett are building in our community is just about completed and the wiring for the home will be done this week. The home really has a very cosy and comfortable appearance from the outside and I feel most assured the two fine folks will be very happy and contended. We really extend our very best wishes to them and happy to have them ~n our little village. Mr. John Love of near Charles Town was a supper guest with his sister and brother-in-law Mr'. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Little Duane Wilt has been quite sick the past few days with congested lu,ngs. He is feeling have moved and are making their place of abode i,n the Mrs. Ida Hardy ole homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Lee and daughter Cindy Lou were visitors Sunday morning with the latters father Mr. Gilbert Deener of Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilt and daughter Patsy of Charles Town were visitors Sunday with the~, for- mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Hum- phrey Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett were visitors Sunday with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Neil Slusher of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickles and daughter Norms Jean of Char los Town were visitors Sunday with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Rcv. Lloyd Preaches ' Roy. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg- ular appoin, tment Sunday morn- ing at eleven o'clock reading from t~he B(>ak of St. Johns Gospel the FarmBureau Mt The Jefferson County Farm Bur eau Directors held bheir mon~thly meeting at the Bardane Commun- ity Center Thursday, October 1 with Franklin McQtLilkin, presi- dent presiding. The following officers and dir- ectors were present: Leo Widmy- er, vice president; J. J. McGarry, treasurer; R. P. McGarry J.. sec- retary; Lee Morgan, R. W. Mc- Cormick, J. E. Senseaey, John Ris sler, W. E. Walker, Mrs. Robert MeG,arty, Mrs. W. E. Walker. ~d:r. McQuilkin reported to the group on the activities of ,t:he State Farm Bureau Convention held at Buckhannon. the later part of August. He reported on a talk given by Mr. Charles Shu- man, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation and the resolution adopted a~t the an,nual meeting. Membership committee for 1960 much better at this writing. Mr. Charles Wilt who has beer working near Burke, Vs. is r~ow employed at the Peoples Supply Feed Co. in Charles Town. Mrs. Elva Fowble of Weverton, Md. and Mr. Gilbert Droner of Brunswick, Md. were supper guests Saurday evening with the :latters daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt. Mrs. Calv!n Lancas.ter and little and sons of Ranson were visitors schools and education. daughter of Murrell Hill spent recently with Mr. and ,Mrs. How- The treasure reported t, he organ ard Wilt. ization is in a good financial con- Given Great Surprise d,ition. Mrs. Margaret Ott of Murrell 2~he directors voted to turn over Hill was given a great surprise by to t'he Jefferson Cou~,ty l~r Assoe her children on Vhe 27th of Sop- i~tion $80.75 t:hat was realized tember to remind her once again from the donation made at the of her birt'hday. A dinner was g~v- fair by laerson~ in, terested, in win- en in her honor at War Memorial ning a holstein caIf. Park in Charles Town. Mr. and A Commodity Comzrgttee c~m- t,it,tle daughter Chryl of Oharles Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and two d:au posed of R, W. McCoPmick, Lee Tow,n were visitors Sunday with ghters Anionnette and Arbutus hfforgan and J. E. Semseney was her parents Mr. and 1VI,rs. Perry and Mr. and Mrs. WilJiam appointed." Lancaster and family Wednesday and Thursday night with her sister Mrs. Virginia Wilt vehile the formers husband was at tending market in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Piper and family attended the Frederick, Md. Fair Friday. Mrs. Maxine Longerbeam and fourteenth chapter the last five was appointed w,ith Leo Wid~nye,r, verses beginning at the 27th verse John Rissler, Mrs. Me, arty and subject Peace. Peace I leave with Lee Morgan as members. you, my peace I give unto you. The group voted to invite all of not as Vhe world giveth, give i the membership to at~tend the next unto you, Let not your heart be meeting Thursday, November 5 at" troubled, neither let it be afraid, t'he Community Center. Persons at A very interesting message was tending wiN hear a report by Mr. brought out from this scripture J. Leslie Cain of Morgan Cou,n,ty and the subject peace, on the meeting ~ttended by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Recca Johnscn Cain this summon" in regard to the of Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Nellie Oden O~her topics d~scRssed were the sons Billy and Stephe.n Galen, Ted awarding of money to Lee Vla.nds dy 'and Linda Ott, ~Mr. and Mrs. th,~t h~d ghown grand chaxnpion good and ellioierit t0lcl)hOF, e :~:r- vice. Former C, tban Air Force he, ad adntirbted by U. S. Argentine financial circles fear new crisis. PIRIT OF JEVi'i';il; (}N ADVOCATE 6--B TIII!RSI)AY, O('TOBER 1959: :NEW DON'T WAIT FOR THAT ! m For Quick Results Use Our Classified Column. By : YOUR CAR RIGHT NOW---I,ook At What We I)o: CHECK WATER PUMP O DRAIN AND REFIIA, @ DRAIN CRANKCASE ANI} i ltANSMISSION, I)IFFER- INSTALL WINTER OII, ENTIAI IF NL(ESSARY DRAIN AND FLUSH COOI,- O ('LEANANI) OIL AIR ING SYSTEM--ADD ANTI- I"II/I'ER FREEZE @ I,I IHHCATE TO FACTORY TIGHTEN HOSE CONNE(,- TIONS SPE(TIFICATIONS ADJUST FAN BELT TO TIME' THE IGNITION PROPER TENSION S('IEN'FIFICAI,LY FILL STEERING GEAR @ T[TNE-UP ENGINE HOUSING TEST ANI) I,',llJ BATTERY PRESTONE $2.39 Per Ga.llon --OR-- (TAKE OITT I'RI(,E) Guilford Turner and daughters f~'teva=,hg in tale Yo:xth Division at Inez and Darlene and sons Borer- ' ZEREX $3.25 per gallon---installed ly, Duane and baby, Mr. and MrsTelephone service and providing Elmer Larue, son Ronnie a,nd dau money to purchase ~he meXt that ghter Connie of MurreH Hill, Mrs. will be used in serving t~he annual ---BRING YOUR CA'R TO US RIGHT NOW--- Myrtle'Wilt, sons David. Larry, 4-H AO~ievemen,t Banquet were I TOrrtmy and Sterling, Mr. and discussed. Each year for the past 'Mrs. RbertNicewarnerofChar- 5Or6yOars,t~eI~armBureauhas'ill I | " .._... E S1'1310! lies' Town, Mr. Glen OiL of Rund al pur ased t, he me,a for the ban-" |] J km Lm l | ]lstown, Md,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert quet a,~d t'he cbirectors voted to do ~Ul I= l ff] l1 ]Gtt ,and sons Donald, Vaa, Neil the ~ame this yea. ~r~~--1-- ~ ~J~ L-I~ Ill ~ ; land Oral of Charlotesvil,le, Va., In regard to the te~lephone ser- ------ ,w ~- m, ~ -m I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wil;t Charles v~ce, it was pain,ted out th~at the .......... ]Town, Mr. and Mrs. George Hell-service had not been satisfac~orv ll~l-llOiNE 404 EAST LIBERTY ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. \'A. Iman of Md., Mrs. Beatrice Angelo in many cases. The direc~ors fel,t PRESCRIPTION land sons Stephen and Kevin of officials of the telephone company ~'Wofoh f--~- ~h~ ~,Tl~l~7" 1Q~ |~]V IBu,rke, Vs., Mr. and 2Wfi-s. l~loyd should be notified of t,his f'a~t be- x ,, --.- ,, ..,.0 m uth Here Soon ,il |McDaniels, son Way,he and dau- lieving the company is anxious t.o ~~. -.--.----. |~h,ters ~hella, Sharon, the honor- furnish ,their subscriberswith ~ led guests received many lovely - STEP |and useful gifts. ChicR'en, ham, a rtlE~ ]variety of salaxts and plenty of ]a,ther good eats, ~he birthday cake |which formed the centerpiece-for |t'he table was baked by the grand "daughter Mrs. Sarah Turner and Our large prescriptionas correspondent I just want to voh, me permits us to carry manyadd'a moreline by wishing YOUhappy'nYMo- [CTI [C F[] ample stocks so that even t,her or,t, I feel most assured you the most complex pre- enjoyed this surprise ,and to have scription is compounded t~he great pleasure of meeting with WITH AN ";" the children again. promptly--and precisely as directed. You'll appre- ciate our skilled profes- sional service and fair prices. Try us next time! t AN ELECTRIC RANGE ISTHE ONLY TRULY MODERN WAY TO COOK! CLEAN has no smoke, .o oot, no fumes. SAFE ,here's noth,n9 '0 leo'c, spill - , or burn, CONVENIENT dependable automatlc controls moke possible attention-free operation with perfect results. MODERN th, only truly new method of cooking makes all other methods old fashioned. With ihis "cornerstone" appliance you have taken a step into that fabulous future where elect!cityand on__/y, electricity brings benefits toever,/ aspect of modern homemaking. T i Mr.-Mrs. Pearl Celebrate 52nd Anniversary ~Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl cele- brated their fifty second wedding ann,ivers,ary very quietly, Sept. 30 a,t their home during ,the day. They enjoyed ,talki,ng of the hap- .penings in t~hose many years, so many of ,their loved ones passed away and dear friends Mrs. Pearl has one brother Mr. John Love of Charles Town and one sister Mrs. Bessie Alexander of Richmond. Indiana. Mr. Pearl is the anly one left from his family. :Mr, Pearl and I both feel as though we have been wonderfully blessed that we ,have been spared to live these many years we shared eaoh, Representing the X Hartford Fire Insurzince Company Group Illll II others sorr