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" err~s, Mr. and Mrs. Garland If you're not getting service Hke this, switch now to Hr "Watchdog" Oil Heat rvicel "~WATCHDO~ @lL HEAT $1~q~ll ~g" ! DI~ 535-2231 ROUTE 340 -- NEAR HALLTOWN, W. VA. Movin~ into a mobil home and having no further use for these ar~ic~le~, I will sell at public sale the following, located about 4 miles North of Charles Town, W. Va. along State Road No. 9. SALE STAR~I2~tG AT 10 O'CLOCK APRIL 2O, 1968 Henry. Mrs. Richard Brockman of W~aynesboro, Pa were callers of her aunt, Mrs. Cora Foster, in Charles Town. Mr. George Jones remains a pa- lien~ in the Newton Baker Veeer- arts' Hospital near Martinsburg. Ir. and Mrs. Daniel Arm- strong and two ehildren of the M~tinsburg Pike were Sunday v~sRors wieh his mother, Mrs. Ag- nes Arm~zoI~g. Mr. Hall T~omson was taken to the General Hosp~l on Fri- day' suffering from a bad heart a~ck. ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and Mrs. Albert Viands spen Friday with friends in Hagers- town, Md. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton, Cheryl and Ira Mar- cus of Winchester, Va Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 1~ilton and son, of 4 split bottom chairs; old s 2s; several 0 er old ehalrs;MagahaMiUville' andMr" twoand daughtersMrS" Donaldof walnut lounge; old butter prl~ bistmtt sttclmr; ~erstown Middl~ay, and Mr. and Mrs. Almanac, dated 1828; childs shoes; old lamps; magaflne ~ck; John IV$iRon aand ~ sons, of oak extension table and 6 chairs; 3 piece living room sulte; ru ; near town, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mar- oak buffet; dionett set and 4 dmlrs; 3 eml staads; glldd-, '; 2 eas, son.in.law and daughter of loather upholstered "ehairs; straight Imek and roeking the MK ns are spending several days with'fr'~d, s in Miami, Fla, sofa bed; suite eases; ~tme china; g~re; picture frmae~; reed settee and chairs; steel sheff 18 x 36 Xmas stuff Gave Birthday irefrigerater, A-1 Alv!e Plotner ga e ,her w~ndow sash and glass; L H. C. large shape. Mrs. 2 W~ng machines; one Easey; floor and table lights; coffee grandson Richie Engle a table; heat light; hot plate; back rest; sofa; kitchen utensils, pots and pans; 3 elec~ motors; 3 gas stoves; 1 Utility stove, A-1 shape; oil heater; 16 gauge ingle shot gun; (Lots of tools); saws, square,levels, saw sha ner; old locks; tool chests; 30 fL extension ladder, good one; step ladder; keg of nails; 2 last week in cele- t~trd bLr~day an- A chicken dinner was by the hostess with cake arid ice cream f0r desserL The family were el,1 preser~t to help him enjoy the happy occasion. Mr. and Mm. Rufus Havtley called her sister, Mrs. Plotner, that ,~hey were moving on the fir- teen~ fr~n W~te Post to Cul- peper, Va. They have a son liv- ing in our eommuni, ty. Mr. and Mrs. Ju~Lor ~honhas of Romney were Sunday afternoon ~sRors of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood and family 'in Ransom At"FEND CHURCH BE WISE - VERTISE hand mowers; wheel harrows; 2 garden plows; mowing scythe; rakes, shovels, pick, D. irons, trussels and boards. These artieles are clean and In good shape. Lots of other art- ides not mentioned. TERMS--CASH on day of sale. Citizens Fire Co. will serve lunch. MRS. MYRTLE E VIA PAUL MILLER ,- CLAY THAISPE; Auctioneers C. W. MOORE - RALPH RICKEL; Clerks Not respoa~ible in case of accident. Apr. U.2t. OIL COMPANY, lac. DISTRIBUTOR PHONE: 725-7510 When this van first came on the market, the Dodge Boys sold out every model they had in only one day! That's true. So they laid in a lot more models and now they're selling them at special low surprise prices. But that low price isn't the only reason this van is such a great seller. It's got the roominess van buyers want, and it's got the power. It's another reason why you get more truck per buck from the Good Guys in white hats the Dodge Boys. E. WASHINGTON ST. --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. !