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,P~'~,,I~3~'JJ~'J~'~~ , ~ '~ ~~7~~,~, -~~, ~7v7~7 ~ ....... ~~7~7,~, ~7~ ......... Buy or Sell Rent or Hire By Classified By Classified WANTED - FOR SALE - FOR RENT - HELP WANTED - LOST - FOUND -SCHOOLS'& TRAINING FOR SALE FOR-SALE:~House pain,t inside and outside $2.95 per gallon. RAY X. W~R~HANT, ~th Avenue, Phone 511-J. Aug. 27-tf. FOR SALE :--Maple Baby Bed wit,h Mattress, good condition. 'Price $10.00. CHARLF_~ UPRIGHT, CLeetown, W. Va. Sept. 24-1t.-pd. FOR SALE :---,Sofa Bed anti Chair, Stroller, and Baby Car- ridge. Phone 722-J after5:30 P.M. Sept. 24-1t.-pd. FOR SALE:-30 Holstein Heifers, 12 are springers and others open. All mice home grown cattle. (~EORGE W. HOUC~H, Telephone 19-F-024 C:harles Town, Sept. 24-1t.-pd. FOR SALE: -- 3 Coon Dogs. ~I.EONARD PECK, Berkeley Sta- tion. Phone AM 7-7908. Sept. 24-1t.-pd. FOR SALE: -- Cleaned Seed Wheat, Threshed by Thershing Machine. Phone 6-F-032 or 6-F- 021. ADAMS BROTHERS. ISept. 24-1t. FOR SALE:--Allis Chalmers 1- I~W Corn Picker at a special price. ~AILEN S. ~URKHART, * Phone Martinsburg AM 3-3891 or AM 7-6865. ,Sept. 17-2t.-pd. FOR SALE:--Some Real Nice Top Soil. Phone 744, LLOYD'S PLUMBING & HEATING, Char- los Town. Jviy 16-tf. FOR SALE:--29 Foot Trailer, 2 bedrooms, full bath with tub. EAR~ OLDS, Dickson's Trailer "park, 3- miles East of Charles Town, on Route No. 9. Sept. 24-2t.-pd. FOR SALE:--Hagerstown Su- Preme Building Blocks. ROBERT M. SMITH, North Lawrence St., Charles Town. March 28-tf. FOR SALE:-Complete Kerosene ~I-Ieater wit,h Drums. Excellent corldition. Price $25.00. W.H. JEWEI~, End of North George ~treet, Ranson, W. Va. Sept. 24-1t.-pd. ~=, FOR SALE-- SPECIAL 'YOUNGSTOWN S!NKS 42" - - - 54" - - - $99,95 66" - - - $159.95 (DELUXE) EASY TERMS PEOPLES SUPPLY Charles Town, W. Va. II CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE RANSON L ALSO LOT 50 x l50 on Jefferson Avenue JAMES M. MASON 3d. F. DEAN NICHOLS Mason Building Charles Town, W. Va. I' FOR SALE TWO NEW HOMES in Ranson. Can Be Financed [[ Purchaser has a $1,000 Down Payment. Shown By Appointment Only Contact Ranson Real Estate & Insurance Co. Ranson, W. Va. Phone :- Charles Town, W. Va. 309 CHURCH PEWS :--Large Stock of Used Pews. New Pews $5.50 per foot. New Wood Folding Chairs. Write for Catalog and Prices. HUNTINGTON SEATING, Hunt- ington, West Virginia. Sept 17-3t. FOR SALE :--Used Electric Hot Water Heater, Stoker, Laundry Tub, Miscellaneous Plumbing and Bath Room Fixtures, 300 Gallon Water Tank, Refrigerators. Phone 19-F-013. Sept. 24-1t.-pd. FOR SALE:--'51 Poctiac 2-Door Sedan, in good condition, one owner, new tires and battery, very reasonable price. REBA MOLER, Phone 2020 Shepherds- town. Sept. 24-2t.-pd. FOR SALE:--Large Mercantile Building with 3 Apartments, 2 Store Rooms, and Large Storage Room, in Bolivar. MOORE IN- SURANCE & REALTY CO., INC. Phone 283. Aug. 2O-tf. FOR SALE:-Two-Story Modern Frame House, conveniently located on South Mildred Street. Con- tact RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE COMPANY. Dec. 5-t.f. ' FOR SALE: -- Large Frame House at Engle Switch. Priced for Quick Sale, Call RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE COMPANY. Aug. 20-t~f. FOR RENT:--Two Furnished Bedrooms, 109 Seventh Avenue. Telephone 232-J. Sept. 24-4t.-pd. FOR RENT :--Upstairs Apart- me~t, 3 rooms, bath and .porch. Phone 874-W. Sept. 24-tf. FOR RENT :--Furnished 4 Room First Floor Apartment in excel- lent condition. VIRGINIA E. BE17NER, Agent. ~Sept. 17-tf. FOR RENT-4 room apartment on East WaShington Street. Phone 27-F-014. Aug. 6-1)f. FOR RENT:---One Bedroom Apartment, heat and water fur- nished. Possession Oct. 1. P. DEAN NIC'KtOI_~, Charles Tow~, W. Va. Phone 16. SePt. 10-tf. FOR RENT:--Front Office in Sadler Block. Available at once. MISS SARA S. CRgkNE, Phone 137-W. ~ept. 10-if, FOR RENT:--4-Room, second floor Apartment. Heat and water furnished. VIRGINIA E. BEN- NER, Agent. Jan. 9-tf. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT:- Professional Building. Can De. VanM:~rRE, 282. or 173. May 3 - tf. FOR RENT:---Trailer Parking in Ran.son, W. Va., $11:00 1~r month. For information contact WOODY RUTHERFORD, Phone 12-P-031, after 5:00 P. M. Sept. 17-2t.-pd. WANTED WANTED: -- Ba'by sitting or FOR SALE:---Two Story 8 Room House. New oil furnace, electric hot water heater, garage, storage house, and tool shed. Located on 1/2 acre comer lot in Summit Point. Reasonably Priced. MOORE INSURANCE & REALTY CO. INC., Phone 283. July 2-tf. FOR SALE:-Two Story Harpers Ferry Residence on Large Lot light house work. Phone 682-W fronting approximately 130 feet or come to 146 We)rick Street. Fact for John E, Hamilton. August 20- tf. and Ella C. FOR RENT FOR RENT :--Attractive Fur- nished Apartment. Adults. Phone Sept. 24-1t.-pd. WANTED:---A Woman or a Man and Wife to look after my home and myself. Rent Free. Furnish r~ference. M~LS. GRACE ROEDER, Telephone 3921, Har- pers Ferry, W. Va. Sept. 17-2t. 628-J. FARMERS:-~Custom Silo Fill- Sept 24 tf 1 Plckl - 'ng and Corn ' "ng. Lime Marl ----'--- -- land Pure Bred Herefords. CECIL I ~ ] P. WOLFE, Phone 5-F-024. II NOTICE, II Sept. 10-3t.-pd. [I For Plumbing and Heating ~ [ [I and Spouting Contact l[woman to live in and care for ]l PROPST PLUlVI~BING I[ 2 children. Must be able to cook [I " "AND- I~E/kTING" I1 and do normal house work. Room, [I n,~,u .~a~l~ ~[board and wages. Call 23-F-024. [I Phone 108_2 . I1 Sept. 24-2t.-pd. [ I JOHNNY PROPST I [ HELP WANTED: -- Waitresses. l1 April 2-if. ~[Waiters, Cooks, Kitchen Help, and t m Bus Boys. Apply at H~.~LTOP W. LEONARD PROPPS Contractor - Builder Telephone 386-W Charles Town, W. Va. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS HOTEL, Harpers Perry, or Tele- , phone 3301. Aug. 20-tf. WANTED:---MAN OR WOMAN for City of Charles Town. Sales and deliveries. 4 - 6 Hrs. per day. Als0 will consider older me~, 50 - 75. Write BOX 5071, Dept. S- 3, Richmond, Virginia. Sept. 10-4t.-pd. ,,,',, ADDING MACHINE 8ales - Serviee - Rentals Kenneth E. Henry Co, lZ7 South Braddock St. Winehester, Va. l II FEAGAN'S JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIR Dependable USED CARS & TRUCKS 1959 Plymouth V-8 Belvedere 4-Door ~Sedan (Power- flite, Radio & Heater) 1958 Plymouth V-8 Deluxe 4- Door Suburban [ ( (Power flite and Heater) 1955 Ford 2-Door Sedan 1955 Plymouth Savoy Club Sedan (Radio & Heater) 1952 Pontiac 2-Door Hardtop 1951 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan 1955 Studebaker V-8 Com- mander 4-Door Sedan (Power Steering, Auto. Trans., Radio & Heater) 1951 Plymouth Club Sedan 1951 Buick 4-Door Sedan --TRUCKS-- 1952 Dodge 1/2 Ton Panel 1948 Studebaker 1-Ton with Stake Body ,SPIKER MOTOR SALES lut Wuhington Strevt Ch~rle~ Town, W. Vm, Opea Until 8:30 O'Cloek On Saturday Nlghtl 114 East Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. ALL WORK GUARANTEED INVESTIGATE MUTUAL INVESTMENTS As Means of Protecting Your Savings Against Inflation. Massacausetts Investment Trust Wellington Fund Pioneer Fund, Inc. Philadelphia Fund IIUGH CAPERTON Charles Town, W. Vah THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1959 7--A SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE DAIRYMEN WANTED: -- For Large Dairy Operation near Rich- mond. ResPons}ble jobs for milk- ing machines, milk room and ma- turity barn men. Good working conditions and wages. Contact PAU~ WEIX~H, Curles Neck Farm, Route No. 5, Richmond, Virginia. For Information and Interview Telephone Milton 4-1277. Also Farm Men Wanted. Sept. 3-4t.-pd. BENEFIT PARTY---At V. F. W. Post Home, East Liberty Street, Every Saturday Night 8:00 to 10: 00. Grand Prize Every Night. Sept. 24-1t. LOST AND FOUND FOUND:---In Leland Shugart's Home, A Woman's Black Faille Full Length Coat about a 44 size. Has been there for some time. Owner ~Please Call 695. ~ept. 24-1.t. FOR SALE! 165 Acre Farm, 6-Room House, on Potomac. 65 Acres River Bot- tom, 35 Acres Wood Land, on good road. Cheap. 214 Acre Farm, Stream Water, 6-Room Stone House, on Academ Road. Good Farm and Grazing Land. 30 Acre Farm, 7-Room House, 7-miles from town. 4 Room New Bungalow, near town. 3 Bedroom Brick Bungalow, newly constructed, on ~ Acre Lot. 5 Room Bungalow in Raison. I Am in Business with A PUMPER To Clean Cess- pools, Septic Tanks and Sani- tary Toilets. ROBERT JENKINS PHONE 227-W , RANSON, W. VA. Sept. 17 - 5t.--pd. i c-ggT----., Storer College Trustees meeting will be held Saturday, October 3, 1959, at the College at Harpers Ferry, W. Va., to act upon a pro- posed merger with Alderson- Broddus College, Philippi, W. Va. DR. CLARENCE CRANFORD, Chairman. ~ept. 3-4t. HOLSTEIN COWS HEIFERS 26 Cows 3 to 7-years old; 19 Milking Cows, produced 19,250 lbs. 4.3 test milk .in August. 9 cows to freshen January or before. Accredited Herd. CLIFFORD SUMMERS BUCKHANNON, W. VA. PHONE 1552 or 142-W-3 ~Sept. 24-2t.-.pd. FOR SALE! 171 ACRE FARM, 9 Fields, near ~Jpperville, Virginia. Cattle Bar 36' x 42' wRh Mow and Feed Room, Cement Stave Silo 14' x 30' 15 Acres of Alfalfa. Main House 3 Bedroom. 4 Room Tenant House, on Gravel Road. Shown by Appointment: MR. L. K. McDANIEL, BROKER Purceilviile, Virginia Phone EDgewood 8-5931 (Sept. 24 - 2t. PICKERS TICKETS! -WE CAN TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEEDS. GIVE US YOUR ORDER TODAY BEFORE THE BUSY SEASON BEGINS! ..TELEPHONE 222-- Jefferson Publishing Co., inc. North George Street Charles Town, W. This is Samuel R. Tuekwlller, Greenbrler county, West Virgin- la's 1959 International Farm Youth Exchangee to Argentina. A graduate of West Virginia Uni* versity in 1956, with a B. S. de- gree in agriculture, Tuckwlller has since worked on his father's farm, which is devoted to the production of beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, hogs, hay, corn and amall grain crops. Active in 4-~ club work for many years, Tpek- willer's projects have included 11 years of both baby beef and feeder calf. and one pen of mar- ket laxnbs. He has won many prizes with his cattle and in cat- tle showmanship competition. He also has won honors in 4-H llve- stock Judging contests, and in 1954 he attended National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago u the State winner in the meat animal project. At WVU, Tuckwiller was a member of the Student Coun- cil, the WVU cattle Judging team, Block and Bridle Club, and Alpha Gamma Rho, the natlonal Nffl. cultural social fraternlty. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mrs. Mildred Oo.gle returned to her home on Sunday from the ,Charles Town General Hospital where she was a patlen,t si.nce Fri .day, Sept. 11 undergoing surgery. She is get~ting along fine. ~Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sltau~ a,nd son were Sunday eveningir~,~ v}si~ors width Mr. and Mrs. Pau~l ~tuubs and family in Neersvflle, Va. t~fc. Gerald,, Buford of Fort Eus ;tis, 7Va..;I~ spending a fd,~ d~ with his wife Mrs. Betty Buford at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fi'ank Cogle. ~Mr. and Mrs. John W~itehair and son Kei~h and Mrs. Mary Noos of Bolivar were Stmday af- ternoon guests with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and family. (Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick, Md. were Sundtty guests wi~t~ the formers parent, s ,Mr. and Mrs. Cu,ptaiu tk~dgem ,and family. ~r. and Mrs. Ralph Ridgeway of Br"~nswick, Md. were Monday callers wiVh thei,r dune Mrs. Mau- de Eye,hart. Birthday Party, A birthday party was given by Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and Mrs. Fi'an cos Rodgers ce~ Saturday in honor of Terry and Nancy Davis eleven th and bwel~th birthdays, ~rund- ~idren of Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ~nd Mfchael Rodgers te~h birth- day, son of Mrs. Frances Rodgers Several of their playm~vtes were presen~ to help them celebvwte the occasion. They were Ruby, Linda, Sandra, Randall and Gaxy S$auibs, Paula, Darlene, Wmrtda, ,Danny and Glen Evevhart, Judy and Al- vin Cogle, Lyie and Ray Cook, Del mar Cog)e, IA~bby Whl~e, Brenda Chapman, Norma Rodgers, Arlene Maphis and Lewis , S~Vaubs, Mrs. Delma Stau'bs. Refre~hme~*r~ w~-~ served o~ cake, koolaid,:~d~;~ll~ potato chips. They received many r~ee and useful gil~ts. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C:~e md family of Alexandria, Va. were Sunday evening visi.tors with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon St~ubs and ~a~mlly. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S~aubs and Chi.ldren of Manmngs were F~iday evening callers wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Vernon S~au~bs and fam- i'ly. The ladies ffhat are employed a~ Byrds Cannery in Berry.)e, Va. went to work on Thursday. They are l~ss Barbara C~ok, Mrs. Le- ona Eye,hart. Mrs. Aria Cogle and ~Mrs. Hilda Piper. Li,btle Keith White.air of Boli- var spent Thursday w~th his grandmother Mrs. Vanessa Ever- 'ha~t. While his pare.n~ts Mr. and (Mrs. JOhn Whl~teeaair were getting moved. ~[r. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son were Sunday ~lsi~ors Tilth Mr. and Mrs. David Bra~e.ht and faro lly in Millvil,le. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lortger- ~beam aT~d chi:ldren of Chextnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and children were Suraday visi0~rs wi~bh Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and children. Mrs. Shirley Chapman and child ten o~ ManPAngs spent Wednes- day with her mother Mrs. Frances Rodgers and daughter Norton. IA~ttle Brenda Chapm,a~ of Mart nings is visiting with her grand- paren~t~ Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rod gers. ~VIrs. Betty Bu$ord was a patient in the ChaHes Town Generu~l Hos- pi~tal for a day. ,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson got some picture~ and a card from ~he~r son W~llaxd Who wa,~ i.nd,ugL ed into the army. He i~ a~thc pros ent at Port. Jackson, S. C. arid say~ he likes i,t and has m~tde a tot of friends~ I ug viewe as a new opa.in tr ting gout. I @ e ~ll You Better Yourself Because You Help Your County When You Trade With The Advertisers SAVE Traxel, Expenses, Time.--and Money Patronize Your Local Merchants.