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Ill I II SPEND LESS AND GET MORE GOLD RIBBON MARG~kRINE . 2-1bs. 29c PHENIX MAKGARINE - - 2-1bs. 49c LUZIANNE (X)FFEE CANISTER 2-1bs. $1.34 Port~mou~th, Va. ,were visi~tors over the weekend at ~he home of the ]~,tter's parents Mr. and Mrs. ~ar old IJAnton. 2~Irs. John Jentins,~Mrs. Delan- eY Jenkins and Mr. and ,Mrs..Fred Longerbeam visited on ~unday wi~h Mr. ,and ~M'rs. George Jenkins and .t.heir ~a'mily ~t ~heir home ~n Sperryville, Va. V~hi]e q2aere ,t)hey ~isited 'also ~wi~h..other ,friends and rela~tive~ in t~he area. ~Mrs. ~Thomus S:hu.l'l, St. and her BONNELLE'S SPAGHETTI .... 10c daughter ~VIrs. 'Ruf0h Wands who F. F. V' ~SALTINES :- - -- l-lb. box 19c n ve near Wickliffe, Va. visited ~n Thursday evening ,a,t .the home of DOMINO' SUGAR - ~ - 5'lbs. 39c the formers daughter-in-law Mrs. ,Thomas Shull ,and her ffami,ly. (With Pureha~,e of $~.00 o; More) iEntertain at Dinner Mr. ,a~'d Mrs. 'Melvin Davey en- ~ertained severM ,friends at din- her at ~heir home on Thursday ev- ening, ~heir guests ,being Mr: ,and A,lexander Dunlop and t)heir ~r Miss Margaret Dunlop of "The ~Spruces", tMi,ss K~te BHler ,and :t)he IM~sses Ma:bel :and 'Ka~th- leon Dun,lop of ~iverPool, England. ~VIrs. Claude Payne o,f As,h:burn, V a. spen.t ~this ,pa~% Thursduy vis- iting ~w~l,th her daugh~ter-in-law, ~Mrs. Rebecca Payne and her new grandson ,at ~he home of ~he lat- ~ters mother `Mrs. Delaney Jen- |tins. Also v{sitang at ,jhe Jenkins ,home on Saturday were Mrs. Gran,t Megargee and ~her ~wo sons Grant 'and ,Bruce af Fron~ Royal, Va. Mrs. Donald Whittington and her :small daughter Pamela of Hall~own ~pen~t Sunday afternoon viM.ting w~.~h her ~aren~s Mr. and Mz~. John Henry. P. T. A. Meeting The first meeting of ~he Par- ent-Teaohers /~socia:tion for .the new school year was ,held ~,t the s~hool en ~onday evemng. The meeting was (~pened with Oevot- ,ions ,led ~by 'Mrs. Robert Liskcy and .a ,business meeting foll.~wed dur- ing w'hc*ih several ~:tems of ~ousi- ness were disct~sed and ,the ,pres- ident, ~Mr. Robe.~t dell explain ed ~the ~purpose 'and ,the goals of ~the or.ganiza~ion ,to the new roe,- hers who were in at)tend.nee. At ~he conc!~ion of ~e ,,_~_ee~,g 'a wet,nor roast ~n ,the ~lmol yard ESKO SHORTENING - - 3-1bs. 59c MONARCH EVAP. MILK - - 6 tall cans 79c PERSONAL IVORY SOAP . 4 Bars 29c NEW WHITE LIF~BUOY . . 2 Bars 29c COCA COLA .... 6 pack 30c (One Six Pack FR'EE with Each $10.00 Order-- Plus ~Deposit) (BRING YOk~R COUPONS TO M. & K.) III I IIIIIIM ~: IIII XRROW ....... 98c G U N T ,'H E R ..... 98e (6 P/ACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday (Quantit Rights Reserved) ays Plenty of FREE PARKINGI plain ,to ,medium steers 21.00 ,to 24.00; Ohice buther hei'fers none; .good bu,toher heiCers 23.00 ~o 25.00; plaln to medium hei'fers 16.00 to 22.00; good bulls 22.00 ,to 24.00; plain ~,o medium bulls .18.00 ~o 21,00; commercial cows 18.50 ~to 19.50; a~tili,ty cows 17.00 to 18.- 25; canners ~nd cu~tters 16.75 down; cows bYthe head up ,to 203.00; stocker and feeder steers 22.00 to 27.00; s.tock hei,fers aaad ,bulls by ~he .head Urp ~O 115,00; Choice to prime calves 34.00 to 38.00; good b,~tcher calves 30.00 to 34.00; medium butcher calves 25.- 00 to 30.00; thin ca~lves 24.00 down ~heavy calves 22.00 to 30.00; Blue head grade iambs 23.50; red head g~ade lazn'bs 21.50; red shoulder grade ~a:rt~s 1~.50; .'but- cher ewes 5.50 down; stock ewes ,per head none; Good bu.tcher hogs 15.00 to 15.- 50; medium butcher hogs 14.00 to 15.00; heavy butcher hogs 13.00 ,o 15.00; ,butcher sows 11.00 to 13.00; heavy feeders and light but chef hogs 13.00 ~o 15.00; shoats oer hundred 1~.50 down; pigs per head 9.00 d,~wn; heavy boars up :to 7.50; stags none; sows und ~pigs none; stock boars up to 10.50. .Miscellaneous Sales start 11 : 00 a. ,.-Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. An,nual Fall Feeder Ca,t)tle and~f Sale ,Friday, Oot. 16, All ~:arid calves ~to be weighed in ~. 15th. Kiwanians Hear Talk By Col. Joseph T. Crane Air National Guard ,Members of ,the Charles Town Kiwanis Club at their regular din net ,meeting at the Thomas Jeffer- son ~otel Thursday evening heard an interesting talk on the Air Nat ional Guard mu~ts and air bases m the coun.try. Colonel Crane ,first told about ,the West Virginia Air National Guard's operabions at the ~arti.ns burg azrport. I~Ie ~a,,td t2zezr actr, ivi.t- how we built them--and .for whom we built them. Why two kinds of cars? Because America itself has been going through some big changes in the past few years. Our cities have been straining at their seams. Traffic is jam-packed. Parking space is at a premium. And our suburbs have spread like wildfire. People are living farther from their work, driving more miles on crowded streets. There is new leisure timeZ-but more things to do. There's a new'standard of living--and more need for two cars in the family garage. In short, America's automobile needs have become so complex that no one kind of car can satisfy them completely. That is why we at Chev- rolet, keeping tab on these trends, have had a revolutionary compact car in the planning stages for more than nine years. Thus, when we decided three years ago to prepare for production of such a car we were ready to build it the way it should be built. There was no need for a hasty "crash" program that would create only a sawed-off version of a conventional car. That is why the two cars you will see in your dealer's showroom October will be two entirely differe kinds of cars. One the conventional '60 Chevrolet--brand new in beauty, with new sl ace inside, new spirit under the hood, a feeling of sumptuousness and luxury never before attained by any car in its field. There is great V8 power linked with new thrift, plus Chevrolet's superb 6-cylinder engine. It is a traditional car that comes even closer to perfection--in silence, in room, in ease of control, in velvety ride--than any other car we have ever made. The other is the Corvair, a compact car that is astonishingly different from anything ever built in this country. It has to be--because this is a six- passenger compact car, with a really remarkable performance . . . a car designed specifically to American standards of comfort, to American traffic needs. The engine is in the rear. Among the basic advantages resulting from this engine location are better traction on a compact 108-inch wheelbase and a practically flat floor. But to be placed in the rear, the engine had to be ultra light and ultra short. So Corvair's engine is totally new-- m~tly aluminum and air cooled; it weighs about 40 per cent less than conventional engines. It a "flat" horizontally opposed ix-- o it is only three cylinders long . . . and that leaves a lot more room for pa engem. Another weight saving: like modern airplanes, the Corvair has no frame; the body-shell supplie it great strue.. \ tural strength . . . it's a welded unit that is virtually rattle-free. The ride is fantastic. But to get it we had to design independent sus- pension at ever~ wheel; conventional springing would give a compact car a choppy ride. Right now we'll make one prediction: no other U.S. compact car "will ride so comfortably, hold the road so firmly and handle so beautifully. Now there are two kinds of cars from Chevrolet--because it takes two kinds of cars to serve America's needs today. If you love luxury--the utmost in luxury--and if you want generous interior space, breath-taking perform- ance, automatic drives and power assists--then the conventional '6(] Chevrolet may be your choice. If easy parking, traffic agility and utmost economy are high on your list --then you should seriously consider the Corvair. But the best thing to do is to' look these two new cars over at your Chevrolet dealer's.., take them out for a drive. It may be that the only logical choice for your family between two cars like this is--both. They make a perfect pair, "i See all the new Chevrolets October at your Ioea authorized Chevrolet dealer's ................. IlL. (i I,J I