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J two vehicles. THURSDAY, AJRII, 20, 1961 Trooper True.~ who investigated ~11~"!U~son-- -,~|Ink~'|v accidents which oecurred in Jef-tileet beingaecidentdrivenSaid a 1959East on RouteChevrt'340 ~"~1nI $ ferson County Saturday, April 8. by Sarra Condita Dean, 24 of Hurt In One Of Three Highway Accidents One person suffered minor in- juries in one of three highway WEBB'S " Ronald Lee Bohrr of Bonsboro, Md. suffered lacerations of the left ear when a car in which he was a passenger was involved in an accident on U. S. Route 340 about 3.6 miles West of Charles Town about 9 a. m. Charles Town State Trooper R. R. Truex said Harry Junior Stone berger, 38 of Boonsboro, Md. Was driving a 1955 Ford West on Route 340 and it got off the edge of the road and went over a small embankment into a lefield, land- ing on the top. Stoneberger was charged with failure to have his car under con trol. Damage to the ear amounted to about $500. About 1 p. m. Saturday a ear- truck collision occurred on U. S. Route 340 at the intersection- of gADIO -- I'ELEVISION- '4AI,E.Q and SERVICE %PPI. IAN('ES Chat'le~ Town. W Va We,~! Wa.~hing! (m ~4t ree .~.,~,,,..,,.,~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~, Secondary Route i7 which result Illll I II I I SOUTH GEORGE STREET RANsoN, W. VA. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1961 BEGINNING AT 7:00 O'CLOCK P. M. 3 Piece Living Room Suite, G. E.' Wringer Washer, Piano, Electric Stove, and Many Other Useful Items that are not mentioned. SALE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. For Further Information and Consignments Call CHARLES TOWN 7-R. H. and R. COMMISSION AUCTION H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. April 20 - lt. New B.F.Goodrich guarantee gives full allow- ance for all unused tread on damaged tires-- for as long as 3 years on some tires! Here's how the guarantee works: B.F.Goodrich, of course, stands behind the materials and workmanship of all its tires for the entire life of the tread. But there are normal driving hazards on the road that can damage any tire . . . no matter how well it s made. Suddenly, your car runs Over a broken bottle, piece of sharp steel or rock. This could mean a cut, a rip or a break in the fabric that could damage your BFG tire beyond repair. Now you don't have to take a loss on that tire. Take it to any B.F.Goodrich dealer with your warranty certificate, issued at time of sale. He'll check the tire's tread wear and apply the value of the re- maining tread against the cost of a replacement --- at current retail list prices. You pay only for the tread already used. To get all the facts in this nation-wide, written guarantee now on all new BFG tires, see your B.F.Goodrich dealer. Depend- ing on the type of tire purcha d2 the protection of this guarantee lasts from 12 to 36 months. You can now buy B.F.Goodrich Guaranteed tires at BFG Dealers and Stares--coast-to-coast* They start as low as... ' , , .1.95! Stop at the sign of the smiling tire I D NI G TIRE CO.! 111 SOUTH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Gary, W. Va. slopped for the traf fic light at the intersection. She told police she thought the light was working and was on red when she stopped. But ttoldate ]tarley Grove, 21 of RFD 6, Fred- crick, Md. saw that the light was not working and not realizing the Dean ear was going to stop, plow ed into the back end of it with the 1958 Ford pick-up truck he was driving East on Route 340. Grove was charged with follow- ing too close. Saturday night about 10:05 a 1959 GMC truck being driven South 6m State Route 9 by Fred- die W. Patterson of Arlington, Va. blew a tire and crashed into a power pole on State Route 9, a- bout 7.6 miles East of Ransom When the car struck the pole and broke it the power lines came down over the ear and' it could not be removed until line- men from the Potomac Light and Power Company arrived on the scene and cut the wires. Damage to the car and pole a- mounted to about $400, Trooper Truex reported. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tharpe, Mrs. Vivian Wiley, Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bush, Charles Town were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Jacobs, 2nd Avenue. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF Valuable Real Estati ! By virtue of the authority ves- ted in me by a Deed of Trust I bearing date the 4th day of Feb- ruary, 1959, executed by Rita A. Mangrum and Jimmie J. Man- grum, her husband, to the under- signed Kenneth W. Metz, Trustee to secure the payment of that cer rain note therein described, re- corded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of ~efferson County, and State of West Vir- ginia, in Deed Book 229, at page 495 the said note now being due and payable, and default having been made in the payment there of, the undersigned, having been I required so to do by the holders of said note, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House in Jefferson County, West Virginia, at Charles Town, West Virginia, on the 22nd day of April, 1961 at ten o'clock (10: 00) A. M., the following described property. All of that certai~ real estate situated in Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, consisting of a house and portions of Lots numbered 2, 3 and 4 in Block 92, as the same are designated and described as a plat of the lands of the C. M. M. and I Company, which said plat is recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County; West Virginia, in Deed Book X at page 1, and more particularly describ- ed as follows: BEGINNING at a point of Lot number 2 and 20.3 feet north of the corner of Lots Numbered 1 and 2 and Fairfax Boulevard and extending back in a southeasterly direction for a distance of 69 feet to a point; thence at right angles m a northwesterly direction for a distance of 54.7 feet to a point in the line of Lot Number 5; thence at right angles in a north westerly direction along the lines of Lots Numbers 4 and 5 for a distance of 69 feet to the corner of Lots Numbered 4 and 5 along Fairfax Boulevard; thence along Fairfax Boulevard in a southwest erly direction' for a distance of 54.7 feet to the point of begin- ning. AND BEING the northwestern strip off of Lot Number 2 and the western portion of Lots Number- ed 3 and 4. TE MS OF SALE One-Third (~) cash on day of sale, balance in two (2), equal in- stall~~,~n~ ~, ~ videnced by the notes of the purchaser, bearing stallments, evidenced notes of t purchas~ even date with day of sale, pay- able on or before one (1) and two (2) years after date, respectively bearing interest from date at six per cent (6%) per annum, pay- able semi-annually, secured by a Deed of Trust upon the property sold, and assignment of fire in- surance in reasonable amounts upon the buildings thereon, if any, with the privilege to the pur chaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash pay merit as he may desire. Kenneth W. Metz Trustee March 304T- r J-- Spring Is In The Air --- / . Put It On You Wall~ With Beautiful Walll~l~r From | BOWERS Paint & Wallpaper Store / Chades Town, W. Va. Tel. 486 Open to 5:30, Except Fd., 9 P.M. ! , IIllll ' ii 1 I I ........ i I II . i , ................ . " IT"S _ WH ITE'S OR DS .ALWAYS" WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, OCA ANAl CAL. ICEBERG LETTUCE - - TENDEE WHITE SQUASH - - JUICY MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT--{80.96 Size} - GOLDEN SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT--Large 54 Size 2 Ige. heads 2:lbs. . 101or - 3 for FANCY ROME (ALL PURPOSE APPLES} -- 5-lbs. H I R E S - KEEBLER SALTINES .... l-lb. box ROOT BEER (Throw Away Berth) W-gal. 49c KEEBLER CINNAMON CRISP -l-lb. box JUICED RITE i DRINKS---(Assort. Flavors . - - -gal. 39c LIBBYS BEEF STEW - - 2 1V2-1b. cans LIBBYS BLUE BONNET r ' SPAGHETTI AND BEEF - - 2 1V .lb. cans NMARGARINE--(2cES CAF E--lOc Off Lb. Off} -... 6-oz.2"l!S'jar 84c53C DASH DOG FOOD- ): 6. 1-!b:cans ctn M XWELL HOUSE C R IS C 0--4c OFF 3-lb. can INSTANT COFFEE--6c Off - 6-oz. jar 89c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE-4c OFF .... 1.lb. 21c KING STARCH--3c Off qt. - - qt. bottle ARMOURS POTTED SWANSBOWN ASSORT. CAKE MIXES. pkg. 29c M EAT--{3c can Off} - - 2 5V -oz. cans SCOTTISSUE NAPKINS - - 2 pkgs. 31c 59c ' F)OD$ o, . .. . ,,. FROZEN 5c OFF ,, . . . . pt. 34c , CASHMERE TOILET SOAP - 3 bath bars "" TRADE WINDS zvc BREADED SHRIMP ..... 2-lb. box l LUX TOILET SOAP--lc SALE - 4 reg. bars 30c s E A B R 0 0 K ' COLGATES ECONOMY SOAP 12 bor bag 69c FORDHOOK LIMAS - - 2 lO-oz, pkgS,' SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS "-1.Ilk box 29c M O R T O N'S S U N S H I N E .. READY TO BAKE 'BISCUITS - 2 pkgs. 12s cuP CUSTARD COOKIES - 1 lb.' pkg. 39c DRESSED WHITING - II II I . )-lb. I I Ill . . 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREF STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAIdl With Purch e of With eurch e of With P.rchase of With P.rChase or , W th 2Vz Lb. Maxwell's 40-Oz. Pkg. Mr. Frosty 4 31oz. Cans Llbbys 20iOz. Pkg' $5.00 Order or More.Pure Honey Fish Sticks Deep Brown Beans Beef