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Charles Town, West Virginia
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August 11, 1966

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] "" , ., :o dnubLe by H Ior, a S Mike Will,hire and an error and ~a pro~ From Page 1-B that was enough for the vielory. wll,1 a~seven runs. Iioslh,r and Wiltshire were the L prov~ Cubs took a 2-0 lead in lhe hilling stars in this game for the zt of t~rame on two hits a single Cubs, the former collecting a dou- m local~uce Winston Molera walk hie and two singles and the latter that a~uny Walker and a single by two doubles. gasoli~r ttostler. The Cubs added HAD NO TROUBLE ~in the fourth on On Thursday evening, July 28, xWARD WINNING PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Since 1905 Peoples has filled 85 million Prescriptions . . . and now, Peoples would like to extend thanks to you For the trust you have shown. Over 7 Million Filled in 196~ ure Belonging to Miss Margaret Jaskson y, August 20, 1966 - 10:00 A. M. $02 s. GEORGE ST. - CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. drop leaf coffee table; walnut bed, complete; walnut walnut chest of drawers; large mahogany wardrobe; table; several old chairs; marble top chest; marble top stand; large room screen; 2 very old mantel clocks; linen sideboard and china cupboard to match; 10 dining room cherry table; mahogany console table; 2 old walking mahogany filing cabinet; % - 4 poster bed; 3 fur coats, new - 1 karakul, 1 seal skin and 1 persian lamb; straight and rocking chairs; morris chair; reed chair; Oriental American rugs; over-stuffed sofa and chair; love seat; old pictures and picture frames; several beautiful mlr- drapes and upholstering; a lot of material to cover fur. and make slip covers from, also drapes; boo kcase and shelves; books! andirons, fender and fireplace tools; Wil- and Gibbs sewing machine; electrical appliances - vacuum floor and table lights, clocks, mixer, 2 toasters, waffle iron; I. H. C. refrigerator, large size; Westinghouse stove, V2 ~1 condition; coffee makers; 2 card tables; clothes hamper; ~le ~. C. A. Victor televisions; 3 radios; dressing table and chair; ~tric heater and fan; severn! ~d trunks; ironing board; $ ~/~-- hen cabinets; large china cab|net; kitchen table-afid"~l,~ ~s and glass candle sticks; magazine rack; plastic clothes ~gs;-some table and bed linen; large collection of china and I~e~a.brac; kitchen utensils; garbage can; garden tools; some ~nt; ax; step ladder; power lawn mower; yard cart and other ! icles not listed. Bank of Charles Town, Committee For Miss Margaret G. Jackson - THARPE - Auctionee~ Clerk Aug. 11-2t- l Big Store In Charles Town Now [IS NEW SELECTION ON DISPLAY COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS FROM KINDERGARTEN TO JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL... NOW GAMZS PHERD WHICH F THIS SHOP 3 WAYS: Cash --Charge -- Lay.A-Way Shop 9 To 9 Friday And Saturday :he Ctlb had no ro ble at all each ' ' taking an easy 22-11 win from hits. including home runs. Watson THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1966 B--.2 1;he Braves and Cub manager Nichols and Thompson all had~