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r , "''''''''''" / Stun~7 ~h~ULn~ _ / ta, Ga. have been, hauling them to Hidden Revealed church basement, se.io Hho, ,e .. . ! .o.o,,oo., ,oho'" u NEWS HAPPENINGS IN ' Southern Mazkets. heaisal Thursday at 8:00 p, m. 6---B 1HURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1.};)9/ Mrs. Page Russell have been her [J~;llllgll /UI LU/IIUlalI3 4:00 p. m. Saturday, first year cat the former bei',g the is/let Ido here~ore loin ourselves in ex-J [J'|U[ ImUU 31UlU I cousins Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wel [ , echism class at 10:00 a. m." see- Then l'ol/m,;~l~~ ~h~ ~i~" ..... b~,~in .... to', ...... ,: r,,~ h~.~r~ ] [ " ] chand threechfldren, Edd.le;We [ The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- ond year class at ll:00a,.m. of the inmates had the following t felt appreciation. And it mayl ] _ . _~. ...... ] By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 ay ano nzaoem ann oI who ~- It,or of St Thomas Lutheran Chur ' corr~meat.~ to make to Mr. and]please the Lo~:d to continue to] [ Lesson for Deeemlaer l~, tvo~ masyille,,~-a. _ - - ~-h Ran' - ," ......... .. Mrs. Shultz with regards to the l:Bless thee Keep thee and give] uii~s nave ~een reeeive(~ into i c , son, announces t,ne iol- |_~_L_~. E-_.=_a-. i_.1 ," ' ' --''- r ' -, l the Kabletown Church Memorial llowing schedule of services Ior|[~m~[~ ~,~U[Hy J~|l Thanksg:wng dinner, thee ,,peace. 1ms, we the g oup I ~ VERY CHURCH that is real.Y Students On Honor Roll t Jr., Howard Hough, Leonard Lee Pund in memory of Ed Allen from I Sunday, Dec. 13; The Service at "'Good vmrning will yotl allow pray. ]l-~alive is actively looking forne~ Pri'ncipal Oral. B. Hughes of the [Hough, James Pipes, Bruce Car-. Mr ..... and Mrs M L Adams" in I 11. 00 a. m with sermc~n "The A~u^~|,~$^~ T~I,~,, me to ,sne~k~ .- . 'o~ ,'ou on behalf el [ , Imembers.. . These members Canoae~ local.school reports~ the. followingI roll, Beverly Carroll, John M. H~ll. , memory of Mr. Win. Smith from [H~dden ~s Revealed". Nursery held ~4~|~L|al~ |U[~ the entire gro,p of inmates I will [ NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- [ gamed m two ways, one bad, . pupils who were on the November George Nelson rand Charles Pipes. the Kabletown Chm'ch and Mr. |during wT'shi.p; coffee hour fol- -. _, . . begin by Saying that yours most lING SIGNS For Sale at the office I good. The bad way is somet!~ea and M~s Clarence ~mallwooO rows me ~erwce ~unaay cnmcn " excellent .~n~ r ~ I called 'shee steahn " a d~ctlon perfect a~tendance list of the 4, I Priends are sorry to hear bhat "" - - I..." ..... ~. ' .~|~nlM~ ]-haN[fl~ll~ll~l ~...|de at|on given to ,of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate]' p- ' g; ',~ ~, 6 ~ades. James Gray, William I Mrs. Joseph Mercer who left Fri- Mrs. Oass of Tacoma Park Md. |~cnm a~ s:~. a. m..; ~aymono ~ e~u u n~Hn,~u nu]$ the preparat:on of such an exceed [on North George Street, Charles[ ary word for it is 'proselyting:. ~'razlet~uperl nlxenoeBl; (JnllSI ! t~ll~ ~,)~e~,.. James Johnston, James |day, November 27th following a spent several days last week'with /mss rro,ram rehearsai at 't~*e About one dozen inmates of the ingly e~joya..:le Thanksgiving din [Town. Buy your needs today. [The church that practices ~i. wc,,-'~b, Larry Rouss, Terry |slight, heart attack on the prey- the Smallwoods and enjoyed r~b- [ehurcl~ a~ 2"00 ~ m "Jun or Lu Jefferson Count,v ~ail who had the her ,is post,ively unsurpassed. We Oct. 2 - if.----no [never goes after non-ChristianS, it t ..~,~,:~ ~d Edward Seal, Sue Ellen |ious day is still bed fast. She is .. ~" " " "1 "" '" ' . b~t hunting ml,, is not truly evan 7 ,'~. ~aroline Cloud, Caroline [staying with her son and daugh- .- _ ..... It,her League meets at, the church~ misfortune to spend Thanksgiving . II] - ~~ritt& ":~:ane Rissler IAnda l~ouss [0er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Phillip ._N~. desse wnpp accompanies [at 6:30 p. m.; topic-"The Bible in ]Day behind bars ra~her than a- | .................... | I gelistic; it gets ~~ me ~manwooas to r~ ~ ~azm lil Yt~ttA ~'l,.~tlv~i,, optometrlsz ~t s members :: ........ _ ]Many Tongues". Senior Luther I round the family table in their | - I [ " k'lOSl011~al ~unaay altelnoon wnere . ~es~e l~ussell, Sally t~.ussell, Re- ~Mereer of Wheatland. Martins- ,~.::~ ....... ~ .... ~'~-~- D R~er [League meets at the parsonage at. I homes, did sol however, miss a | EYES EXAMINED ~ GLASSES FITTED | [ from existing .becc~ Ware, Martha Welsh. Miss |burg. _ _ " ......... /7:30 p. m" top~c- What Do You|real Thank. g~wng Day dinner as I Hours,--9.45 5.0u Clo~a Tuesaav and Thursd~ | | churches chiefly ~~ !Dorothy Henkle assistant teacher ] The busy sign has been posted .... z ..... ~, ,,,, ~,~a .... - . . , ~ ..... ICK WflO 1S now OII me erll;lcal I1sIL ' 9,, . ..... - , ~- .... , N.~ ' -- :i: reports the followi.ng perfect at-[at Marcus Bros. Cold Storage ..... ,. ._ }Know About Jesus. Monday Tea they were served a turkey droner| "OPEN EVENIN(iS Bv Annointment Onlv [ [ bv slander assur- ~~]1 te,ndance in the 1, 2, 3 grades. [which is ~he scene of much activ- ,~rew ~eeis mucn ve,~er now ~nan |cher training period at 7:30 p. m." I with all t:he trimmings .plus their [ ........ "" --- "~'- ~: ~'*"--":--- - - "-- ~'- .... | | in~ these'"eo"le Cormie Sue Rowland, Deborah |ity. T. C. Marcus o.f Ransom o,ne ~,/~ . ~ ~ ,-, r~ ~ a /~ure*~ vvor~ers ~on~erence a~lc~o~ ~ ,~,t,,e. ,n.e~ or ~,u.,t,~ln I I i ,~.^, ,~ ~,._~u ~~t~l ~Seal, Peggy Welsh. Diane John- |of the firm, who is in charge of .~ **.~'~g~" ,~ay ~,,c,~umn u: o.,~. /3:15 Thursday 7:00 p. m. Brown- ' by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shultz , ~l .~'~_.~..~"~:~" ~!~ ston, Susan Mercer, Joan Rouss, |the local plant reports the apples r'. lel~ early ~'maay morning 1or / .... "- -- ----- ....................... " ....... : ......... Ito wmcn tney ~e- ~::~ P,~xanne Clipp, Georgianne Hou-]are selling fast. Dealers coming his next assignment which is in |~`f.`~`~`~`~`~`f~`~`~`~`~`~f~`~`~`~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ long isnot really ~~-~ Quinn and three children came / :: ~ ..... , ............. .:.,-w..:~.~ .................................................. ,. ..................~ . ~l '~--~ "-u ~ ~ Dr Foreman ,h, Betty Penwell, Alec Carroll, /from Chattanooga, Nashville and Alaska. He along with Mrs. MC-| ~l Christian --:=~ii:!!jl~ ,~~,._~~~'~_-- " '~'~,: _ ~ _- _~:~-~-~.----~2"~ from Colorado Springs. Colo. | ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ .....:. -: .:..::"-.r.-'.:'< ................ -~:" ........................................................................ ~ ]-~,v~."~Se-entl~, 2ad t~; light tur~" enplaned at the National Airport. I ~:::~:~i:? !:i:!:i:i:i.::i::~::: ................ ' :::::: :: .............. ............... : ............. : .................................................. ==:=:=:==:::===:=:=::=====:============== t~ [ " ..... Washington, D. C. where he had] mnnm~ m mnAnm mann~ I nmntl ann N ~nP~,, PAniC, '~b,,~A~ A ~| bers, everyonenaaDeenprose~Y~: 1 been accompanied by his brother-| n NN ~E' l_.. i ~ ~ I~NN~ I 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ I_UN L~ ~p ~I~ !~1 E -~ ~| from other denominations; anah~~ : , OF BALTIMORE, MD. in-law Henry Clipp, Mr. and Mrs.]| ll~r' ~ ~~lJ~l~l~ ~~-l~ n-~ U~U n KI a year's tlme not one new mem~. George Smallwood, Mrs. McQuinn | UUm~U ~ wmv~m mm~ m==== ~ m~ m~ wumm~ u~m uv~, t~|had been actually been won to and children. The family is now | t~]Christ. ' SAY--IT IS TIME TO GET THAT ORDER IN residing in Berryville in the home ~| ......... formerly owned by Dr. and Mrs. | ~/ The truly evangelistic enurcn, v.: : FOR CHRISTMAS FOR THAT Roy A. Barlow. | ~] the contrary, while it does, like Mr and Mrs Robert W. Brooks ! t~ [ churches, welcome people ~:rom :, HEW SUIT, TOP COhT OR SPORT COAT announce the arrival of a 10 lb.| ~i::i::~ii .............................................................................. ~| other denominations nevertheless baby boy who was born Wednes- | ::::: :::::: ~::i::ii!i::~i:::ii!::::::i::!i:::::{iii!ilT!::iii: :::::::::::::::::f ::::::::::: ::::::: : ::: ::::::-: .... :::: ............. :::: ~Ji::iii~.~il :!::ii::::~ .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~| puts its main drive into winning day, December 2 at their home on | i?!~:i;:~; :: !::~i :::::ii~:..ii;i:;:::~.::::i;:i.?:!:::~:~.::)::::~:::.:!~.iii.:: ::i:::.:i: ::!:i:::):.:!:ii!ii!ii~;i iiii~!yi~i!ii~~!i:::i: i:::i::i:: : :: ::::::::::::::::::?4: ~1 veople who have not been ChriS" ,: FOR MEN AND LADIE,%--Fit Guaranteed or Rose Hill Farm. The baby has | i ~/ tiana before :: Your Money Back. 'been given the name Robert Way | ~ t~l ne. There are three girls also. in | ..........::~:::::~:i:i:::i:!:i,i:!:i::~:::~' l]/ PoulbSoa ,,rid Impoulblos ---SEE OR CALL-- the family. ,:"~::::::::'>':'~!i::!}iii~-'::ii!ii::i::i::ii:ili~k ' IGEORGE OR RORENCE THOHPSOH 116 SOUTH CHARLES STREET ('HARLES TOWN FOR AN APPOINTMENT. LOOK YOUR BEST FOR CHRISTMAS TAIIA)RED MA?E TO YOUR MEASUREMENTS !:2 DAY PUBn'IC SAtE CONDUCTED BY i NULL AND NULL, Auctioneers. Farm, having been sold to N. I. H. and discontinuing ~ fa, rming. I the undersigned will sell on said ("Old Cider & Ginger"~ Farm where I have resided for 2g years, located 10 miles South of Dickerson, 7 miles Southwest of Poolesvi]|e. ' 3 miles North of White's Ferry, near M~rtinsburg on Elmer i~i School (Hard) Road in Montgomery County, Maryland, on DECEMBER 18 AND 19, 1959 : BEGINNING EACH DAY AT 9:30 O'CLOCK A. M. TIlE FOLLOWING TO-WIT~ i. 155 .... HEAD LIVESTOCK .... 155 ' 83 Head Holstein Milch Cows, 20 of these cows have fresh- ened within the last 6 weeks, stone will be fresh sale day, some close springers, balance in full flow of milk; 24 Holstein Heifers large enough to breed; 6 Holstein Heifers bred t~ freshen in ~September 1960; 13 Holstein Heifers 1-year old: 13 Holstein Heifers 6 months old; 3 Holstein Bulls, 2 are registered. All " of the above animals raised here on farm, calfhood vaccinated, '. T. B. and Bangs a~redited for years. Last test within 30 days of sale. Health sheet given with each animal. Eligible ' for interstate shipment. Loading chute available. This is a high producing and testing herd, milk goes on the Wash- -- ington maxket. 12 HEAD HOGS--Weighing 300-1bs. each, ready for butchering. MACHINERY .... 5 TRACTORS 5 , H Tractor with cultivators" H Tractor ~nd manure loader; A John Deere Tractor and eultiv~vtors; F-20 Tractor, Inter- ~ ~ional 400 Tractor with amplifier; J. L Case 6-Ft. Combine, ~0 it. endless power belt, J. I. Ca~e single row corn picker, 2 J. I. Case low down wagons with silage bodies; McCorm~k- Deering biowerund pipe, Gale h~rvester, McCormtek-Deering Hme spreader, Superior disc gr~ln drill, McCor~nick-Deertng corn planter. 2 McCormick-Deering 2 bottom 12-inch gang plows; 2 McCorm|ck-Deering mowers, 2 New Idea manure spreaders, John Deere manure spreader on rubber'; SmoKer ba,le loader, 2 McCormick-Deering 28 disc h~rrows; J. I..Case ~dise harrow on rubber: 32 Allis Ch~imers disc hswrow, spring- ,tooth harow, grass seed harrow. 13 bales of baler twine, 2 New ~Holland pick up balers. New Holland cement mixer. Fairbanks Hammermill. 2 barrel Century tractor spruyer, Herd po~ver seed sower, farm drag, 2 wheelbarrows, 2 cross eut saws, cut off s~w, power grinder, chains of all kinds and sizes, set of steel wheels for H tractor, hand corn sheller, 4 rolls of snow fence, i gas engine. 2 electric fences, 20-g~tllon brass kettle, iron kettle, [Iot of oil drums, 30-gailon~ of oil, drum and pum~: 2 1.000- ~gailon oil drums, 500-gallon oil drum, tools of all kinds. Ford ,Farm Truck, hundreds of miscellaneous articles including a "lot of old iron. DAIRY EQUIPMENT:---400 gallon M~jonnier milk ~tank comnlete with new eon~pressor: 6 I)eLav~! milking units, ~and 2 extr~ pails: 80-gallon electric w~ter heater, 3 section ~wush tank and d~iry table: m~lking untt sterilizer, can rack, ~upright steam boiler. 24 Washington t.vne milk c~ms, pipe line and water cups for 40 cows; 15 stanchions, dehorner, ele~rie * a .~eow s~raver. 2 Stewart electric cow dippers, ,2 Jamesw y i~feed eart~ miscellaneous d~tiry equiument. FEEDS & GRAINS:--- 0,000 B~les of Hay, 5,000 Bales '~ of~ Straw. 500 Bushels of Oats, 500 Bushels of l$~wley, 251) Bushels of Wheat, 30-ft. of Ensilage in a 14-ft. silo. MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. including Frigidaire. Large Kelvinator, Iatrge Firestone Refrigerator, Stoves, Etc. Everything Found on a 500 Acre Farm. ORDER OF SALE:---On Friday, December 18. 9:30 A. M., ~AI1 Live Stock, Dairy Equil~ment ~nd Feeds Will Be Sold. On Saturday. December 19. 9"30 A. M.. Heavy Machinery, Power Driven Pieces. Tools. Household Equipment and Mis- cellaneous Articles Will Be Sold. TERMS OF SALE:--CASH with Clerk on Sale Day and ,- no property removed until paid for. The Sunshine Class of Poolesvtlle Method]st Church Will ~' Serve Lunvh and Refreshments. FLOYD W. CREGGER. Owner # . NEAR MARTINSBURG, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. MD. PHONE DI 9-3562 NULL & NULL, Attettoneer~, Frederick, Md. MEItEILE N. WACHTER, Clerk. December 10 - It. !