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m ; e e Ist. PRIZE--New H. T. Silvert0wn Tubeless Tire 2nd. PRIZE-.New Nylon Long Mileage Tubeless Tire 3rd. PRiZE--Whee! Alignment and Balance Two Front Wheels PRIZE--Set of Hurricane Lamps PRIZE.-Car Seat Cushion ,] " ii! Obligation---Come In and Sign Entry g Saturday Evening, May 6. Only Motorola Table Radios--- Were $37.95- Now $29.95 0nly G. E. Irons--- Were $10.95- Now $8.9.5 Only 12" Fry Pans--- Were $26.95 - Now $18.95 Only 10" Fry Pans--- Were $14.95- Now $9.95 Arrows - Were $1.25 - Now 95c First Baseman Mits--- Were $14,95- Now $8.95 Gauge Remington. Express Shells--- .... Were $3.10- Now $2.20. Amount of Other Size Shells and Rifle Ammunition. ?CLEARANCE OF ALL FISHING TACKLE 1 Gym Set - - Was $39.95- Now $29,95 1 Sliding Board - Was $16.95 - Now $12.95 TV Antennas - Were $19.95 - Now $14.95 ar Wax - - - Was $2.00 Now $1.50 l l%r Mats - - Were $7,95 Y Now $&95 Rakes-- Were $3.49- No ; $1.75 IM RTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! Now B,F.Goodrich Passenger Car Tires Are Guaranteed Against Road Hazards! Now BFG passenger car tires are even guar- anteed against blowouts, cuts, rips caused by road hazards encountered in normal driving. If a tire's damaged beyond repair, you get full allowance for the value of the remaining tread against the cost of a replacement -- at current retail list prices. Guarantee is for 12 to 30 months depending on tire grade. Ask us for details on this nationwide written guarantee. L! ON OUR NEW BEAR EQUIPMENT, DONE BY A FACTORY TRAINED MECHANIC. Aline Front System Set Caster and Camber Check and Center Steering Set Toe In Balance Front Wheels Repack Front Wheel Bearings Complete Front End Safety Check Milk Glass Hurricane Lamps - - - $3.99 Pair Arwin Lawn Chairs ...... $8.99 Pair Car Seat Cushions ...... 99c Each GUARANTEED RETREADS ..... $9.95 and Tax and Retreadable Tire Sizes 6.80 x 15 or 7.50 x 14 Black OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW. We Are Equipped to Handle All Farm Tire Service and. Repair. Guaranteed Section Repairs Modern Vulcan Molds. and Truck Promptly Done in / SAFETY-S mimlimmm NYLON TUBELESS High in quality--low in price. Full size--7-rib, full depth tread. Safe, skld-resistant and quiet running. 15 LONG MILER NYLON TUBELESS Better than many special brand tires advertised as first line. Long mileage, sure stop-start traction, quiet, easy, comforta- ble ride. 21 MONTH ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE Ask forDetalls HT SILVERTOWN NYLON TUBELESS Double your tire dollar--out- performs tires costing twice as much. New, quiet, rubber tread. 27 MONTH SIZE 6 '0.15 1949-$6 FORD 1952-56 PLYMOUTH 1949-56 Plus/kmy Other Popular Can SIZE 7.50-14 1957-61 except STATION WAGONS & CONVERTIBLES FORD 1957-61 PLYMOUTH 1957.61 Plus Many Other Pq:t:~icw 4 111 South George Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 54 SIZE 8.00.14 CHEVROLET STATION WAGONS 1958-61 & CONVERTIBLES 1958-60 1HUhlDERSlRO6 1959-d0 PLYMOUTI! 9.Pass. Sub. 1958-60 Fury V-S 1958-60 Plus pop x Jldia Whipp Viands .-------._. ~rs. Tommle Herndon Melody of Falls spent the day Tues- [atters parents Mr. Fritts. t Chamblin of Middle guest on Wed- with his brother- sister Mr. ~nd Mrs. Smallwood and son the day Wednesday daughter and and Mrs. Amos grandsons in Hed tterndon and daugh- Falls Church, Va. Donald Hover- Donna of town Callers with the lat Mr. and Mrs. The t~an with NEW/DEAS FOR A NEW ERA Ott and son Mich- day Wednesday Mrs. James Dail Mrs. Lillian Hen derson, Mrs. Dailey's daughter is getting along very good after being very ill in the hospital and is now back with her famil~ Mr. Floyd Fawver of Martins- burg was a caller on Thursday evening with Mr. Bert Viands. Mr .and Mrs. Nelson Bush were Monday evening callers with the latters mother Mrs. Willingham and daughter Bernice at Kearney sville. Mrs. Harry ShirSey and son Rus sell of Middleway spent the day Monday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mrs. George Jones spent the afternoon. Mrs. Lester Viands and sons Glenn and Jackie of town spent the day Sunday with her son-in- laws Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Tumblin of Bartlane were Sur~ay afternoon call~l:s with the Viands. Mrs. Lester Ott and son Mi- chael spent the d~y Wednesday with her mother MrS, James Dai[ ey. Mr, and Mrs. Gatrland Henry spent the weekend wJth their son in-law and daughtdr Mr. and FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. illville Plant No. 899 Charles Towri Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 Mrs. John Hampton and son Ter- ry in Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Jackson and Mrs. Frank Jackson and dau ghter Jo Ann of Marlowe and Mr. Curtis Lamp of Martin~burg were Sunday night callers with Mrs. Lester Viands and sons in Char- les Town. Mr. Lester Viands call ed his family Saturday afternoon from David Lake, N. D. saying it was plenty c01d out there and he had just returned from a confer- ence in Abet'den, S. D. He hopes to fly home in July for a visit. Mr. Gary Miller and Miss Eva Pace of Hedgesville spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family at Middleway. Mr. Roland Whipp of Mfllville spent the weekend with his bro- ther-in.law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. William Frye of Brunswick was a caller on Monday afternoon with his mother Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and children Donna and Da vid moved on Thursday from the Blfkitt Trailer Court on Prospect Ave. to the Wilson House, on Jef- ferson Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Spearow of Berkeley Springs were Thurs- day callers with the Hovermale& Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks, Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ranson were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylvester. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son Mr. Marvin Smallwood and twin daughters Zella and Linda were Sunday afternoon callers with the formers granddaughter Mr. and }/it& Speed Barger and children in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri Lynn of Loudoun Heights, Va. spent the day Sun- day with the for/nets parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and family near the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy of the Bloomery were Wednesday night callers with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of Kabletown were Sunday after. noon callers with Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Heathcote 'and family of Baltimore, Md. spent, the weeknd with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and family. Miss Omagene Tumblin who is going to Morgantown to college spent the weekend with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Tum- blin at Bardane. Mr. and Mrs. James Morris of Baltimore, Md~, Mr. and Mrs. Bak er Penwell and daughter Virgin. ia of near town, Mrs. Ellen Viands of the Blomery spent the day Sunday with the formers mo- ther Mrs. James Fritts and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and son Melv.in and daughter spent Friday in Winchester, Va. attending the Apple Blossom. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover. male and daughter Donna and son Davie of Jefferson Avenue spent Sunday evening with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. A1-! bert Viands Jr. and family near the Bloomery. GO TO CHURCII SUNDAY USE THE CLASSIFIEDS TI By Miss LilUan Myers Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackford have returned home after having spent two weeks with their son and daughter-in.law S/Sgt. and Mrs. Harry E. Blackford and child ren in Camp fucker, Ala. They also spent several days at Pan- ama Beach, Florida. Mr. Francis Sloat of Baltimore, Md. spent the weekend with his parents Mr .and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Home Form Hospital Miss Nannie Fleming returned home from the Charles Town Hos pital last Monday where she had been a patient for the past two weeks. NORMAN E. KISNER INSURANCE AGENCY Office City Building Telephone 552 Charles Town, W. Va. IATIONWl DE ~ MUTUAL tNSURANCE COMPANY | I Home Office: Columbus. Ohio Miss, Camilla Wiltshire and Miss Lillian Myers visited the lat ters uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Millard Myers Taylorstown, Va. Miss Agnes Fenton has return ed to her home in Baltimore, Md. after having spent last week with her sister Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Southard spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudley in Baltimore, Md. THE qRVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 FOOT SPECIALIST Will Be In Chades Town AFTERNOON and NIGHT From 1:00 to 7:00 P. M. 107 South Charles Street Telephone 519-M EVERY THURSDAY SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Ammz ADVOCAT] THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1961 5--B t In Russia they have a TV inI GO.TO CHURCH SUNDAY every hotel room--only it watches ------ you. i Advertise In The S~irlt.Advocat~ m --=. i i i ~ i iii i iiimm ii I =m DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES ~EXAM][NED -- GLASSES FITTED Hours:--9:45~ - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and Thttrsday "OPEN ,EVENINGS By Appointment Only. Pbone ~85 112 ~S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. V~ "Woeld's largest termite contr~'~f organization" $S000 GU~n~N~E Against Future Termite Dalmage Represented nationally by over 1800 timber dealec= For free Inspection CHARLES *TOWN 47 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE NICELY SUPPLY C0., INC. 114 South ,George St. Charles Town, W. Va.