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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Fxm Ess ADVOCATE .... RATES ]:OR Buy or Sell Rent or Hire ! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959 7--A +" CLhSSIFIED ADS By Classified . ' By Classified ion were:: H. K. Moler Arvilla 43.8 of the date when census takers milk per day 1320 m 7.1~,:~ 94 fat; will begin the field canvas. The ad Adams Bros. No. 52 67:5 milk per vance mailing is for the purpose day 2030 m 4.5% 91 fat; Robert of giving farm operators time to per ~ord for first in-' WANTED - FOR SALE - FOR RENT - HELP WANTED - LOST - FOUND -SCHOOLS' & TRAINING Butler2330 m No.3.7%838677.7fat. milk pet" day ]inCnsuttthe theiranswersreCordSrequiredbeforebyfillingthe n. 5 cts. per word for Robe and Marjorie M Sherr quo tio:nair s and insertion thereafter. Phone 222 Supervisor reaay Ior me census pick up. This procedure is design- Charge 85 cts. FOR SALE:--Apple Special:- adv. Still have plenty of good eating and cooking apples. Winesaps, Ads on Classified Yorks, Stayman, 50c bushel, you ct,s. per inch. pick up and furnish containers. BETT - MOOR ORCHARD, Char- of Thanks or In Me-les Town, W. Va. ) ets. per word. Nov. 5-1t.-pd. FOR SALE :--Baled Hay For Sale--Timothy and Clover Mixed. Also Alfalfa. R, J. MADISON, FOR SALE Kearneysville, W. Va., R. F. D., to Middleway. Phone Charles Town 8-F-011. Oct. 15-tf. SALE:--Gas Range in good Phone 362-W. TAKE A TIP FROM OLD 5-1t.-pd. SANTA:--Everybody is giving the Spirit - Advocate for Christmas A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION Gifts this season. Phone 222 anh Spirit-Advocate. 52 weeks order yours right now. throughout the year. Oct. 22-if. send Christmas Cards. 22-tf. FOR SALE:---Some Real Nice I Top Soil. Phone 744, LLOYD'S EARLY: -- For Old! PLUMBING & HEATING, Char- Mincemeat and Fruit los Town. Jul__..~y 16-tf...__: FOR SALE:---Two Story 8 Room House. New pit 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 Modem Frame House, conveniently located on South Mildred Street. Con- tact RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE COMPANY. 5 - 4t. Dec. ti-tf. S~kL"E. po.~.~, ...... ~ "~E: --- Large Frame ,PewrJ-~_ ,~,~le unge[- House at Engle Switch. Priced c_~=r ~orresponu~ ~n for Quick Sale. Call RANSON _ ~e, gooa as new' lz- ...... T~.~4E .... UI~-NCE it Actlon Shot Gun. COMPANY {A JONES Phone 41-M. Aug. 20-{f: 5-1t. ' su FOR SALE. Hagersto- F~^ **~,.~ ,~ rlLr~:~-- preme Building Blocks. ROBERT ,~c ~opy P~lan~: M. SMITH, North Lawrence St., aLalog in COlOr ano r,~.^~,~ Town p ,., . . , k.,1u,,xa,~ rl.e L~st---offered ~y ~.reh 28-tf ~argest Growers of ........ h~S. DAVID CHILD,, ,Y. Phone 8-F-032. 5-4t. SALE:--Large Mercan~Ale with 3 Apartments, 2 OGres, and Large Storage in Bolivar. MOORE IN- CE & REALTY CO., INC. 283. 20-tf. SALE:~2 Lots 50 by 150 on Jefferson Avenue corner on. For infor'~ati~n... ~ ANna C. MAI~LOW Pnot~vSee Nut Trees, 'Berry Grape Vines and Land- lant Material Salespeople ~.V~AY'NI~BORO NUR- ueDt. W 18, Waynesboro, 5-4t..pd. FOR SALE TWO NEW HOMES Ransom Can be Financed r has a $1,000 Payment. By ApPointment Ouly CONTACT ........... Real Estate Insurance Co. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE:._. Town, W. Va. 309 FOR SALE! SEASON BARGAINS: Front Cottages (2) Priced quick sale, Acre Farm, 7-miles from desirable residence on ma- road. Acre Dairy Farm, near lmwn, Modern Residence, Exc~llent Supply, Fencing, Good TRAILERS Bedroom Mobile Cruiser 2 Bedroom Praire Schooner. FOR RENT Room Modern Furnished Cot-- FOR SALE:-Two Story Harpers Ferry Residence on Large Lot fronting approximately 130 feet on Washington Street and extend- ing back along Union Street about 200 feet. Excellent location for business estabiishment. F. DEAN NICHOLS, Attorney-In-Fact for Blanche A. Wheatley. Phone Charles Town 16 or 592-W. Aug. 13 - tf. FOR SALE:---Jefferson Avenue Residence located o~ Landscaped Lot 180x200 feet, consisting of 3 bedrooms, Living Room, Dining Area, Kitchen wi0h Automatic Dish Washer & Garbage Disposal, Tiled Bath. Abundant Closet Space, Full Basement with Interior and Exterior Entrance, Flagstone Ter- ra,ce. Oil Heat with 80-Gallon Electric Hot Water Heater. In- spection of Premises by appoint- ment only, Phone 16 or 592-W. F. DEAN NICHOLS, Attorney-In- Fact for John E. and Ella C. Hamilton. August 20- if. FOR REHT FOR RENT:---2 Modern Trail- ers. Call 624-:W or inquire ab BIRKITT'S BAI%BER SHOP. Nov. 5-2t.-pd. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Senate group b~cks bill on Gum paig~s. ~I+ II CHOICE LOTS F O R S A L E RANSON ALSO LOT 50 x 150 on Jefferson Avenue JAMES M. MASON, 3d. F. DEAN NICHOLS Mason Building Charles Town, W. Va. W. LEONARD PROPPS Contractor - 'Builder TELEPHONE 386-W Charles Town, W. Va. Bedroom Trailer. SEE--- R. LINAWEAVER GEORGE R. HEIDRICH North George Street Charles Town, W. Va. 5-1t.-pd. Dependable USED CARS & TRUCKS 1957 Dodge v-8 Coronet, 4- t DoorfiRe, SedanRadio and'Pwer" I] H'~ater ) , (P~werglide, Radio and Heater) l 1953 Ohevrolet 4-Door Sedan 1956DoorOIds "88"~edanDelmxe 4- (Ilyrama'~l 1952 Me~rcury Monterey 2- 1)pew IIard Top (Merc- I O-Mat[c, Radio and tic, Radio and Heat~)r 1955 Plymoutlz 2-Door Su - Heater) ban " ' " m 2 Door 1955 Ford 6' Custo "tenter) TRU 'C~KS! TRUCKS! Sedan (Radio & I 1955 Dodge +~ Ton Pickup Eas, SPIKER IMOTOR SALES Washm ton h rlef Town W '" g Street C a ,'* , . Va. OPen Until 8:30 O'Clock On Saturday Nights FOR RENT:--3 Room Apart- ment, private entrance, 121 North George Street. All conveniences. Phone 76-J. MRS. SMITH, Back Door. Nov. 5-1t.-pd. FOR RENT:- One Bedroom Apartment, heat and water fur- nished. Possession Oct. 1. F. DEAN NICHOLS, Charles To~n, W. Va. Phone 16. Sept. :FOR RENT:--Front Office in tdler Block. A~railable at once. MISS SARA S. CRANE, Phone 137-W. Sept. 10-tf. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT:- Professional Building. Can DR. VanMETRE, 282, or 173. May 3 - ft. WAHTED By Mrs. Pauline Ott ,Mrs. ,Mamie Russell of Chest- nut Hill was a recent visitor of Mrs. Charles Gtt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gle,nn Biggs of Leesburg, Va. announce the birth of "Donna Darlene" at the Loud Gun County Hospital, Leesburg, Va. on October 19. Mrs. Biggs is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. For- rest Hostler. Seaman and "Mrs. Donald Galen and sons Guy and Fra,nkie of Bak erton ,were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kennet'h Turner and ,family at Charles Town. Mrs. Lucy Penmell spent Sun- day evening wi,th her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and "Mrs. Wil liam Wilt at Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy ,Dodson and son Terry of Brunswick, Md. were Sunday visitors of Mr. and NOTICE'--Orders taken for Mrs. Millard Ott and daughters Home M~le Cakes, Pies, Cup Jamie and Cathy. Cakes and Cookies. Call 749-$. "Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Oct. 15-4t. Chestnut Hill and Mr. Edward ~.------------- Turner and gra,ndson Billy Turner wv~rui~: --- ~3ooKKeeper with were Sunday droner guests of Mr. i exporience and references. Write and Mrs. Guilford Turner and P. O. BOX 289, Charles Town, family. W. Va. "Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and Nov. 5-if. I sons were Saturday evefiing viM- ~ Itors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Webb Waiters Cooks Kit'chen Help and l and family at Ranson. BUS BOYS. Apply at TOPI Mr. a~d Mrs. Bob Nick and HOTEL, Harpers Ferry, or Tele-lily of Chestnut Hill were ~unoay phone 3301. ~ qsitors of the latters mother ~rs. Aug. 20-tf. Virgie Lynn and family. ffvlr, and Mrs. Alfred Spencer WANTED: -- Man for general and son of Arlington, Va. were re- :farm work. Apply at farm South cent visitors o~ Mr. and ~VIrs. Carl of Myerstown. J. ROBERT CAIN, Viands and daughter Nancy. Phone 5-F-022. Mr. and "Mrs. Kenneth Turner Oct. 20-tf. and :family moved from a house belonging to Mr. Frank Hardy to WANTED: ---A Contractor to a house in Charles Town. build about 400 rods of fencing after apple picking. Telephone Mrs. T. D. Ott returned to her 1060, Charles Town. home after spending a week With Oct. 29-2t. her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and sons at -~-4. Charlottesville, Va. year old Guard Dog that will bark Mr. and Mrs. Nelso,n Engle of Telephone 1060 a~d not bite. Charles Town. Oct. 29-2t. WANTED:--Man to work on farm +by month. Desirable house. Good salary. Reference required. Telephone Martinsburg AM 7-7725 between 7 and 8 P. M. Only. Oct. 29-2t. HOMES WANTED:---2 Beauti- ful Young Spayed Female Collies; 1 Spayed Female Black Spitz and other pet dogs. ANIMAL W~EL- FARE SOCIETY, Phone 24 or 818-J. Nov. 5-1t.-nc. WANTED:-~Receiving Applica- tion for Collection Manager of near Charles Town were recent callers of the formers mother Mrs. Lizzie Engle and family. Mr. and ,Mrs. Robert Nicewar- net and Mrs. Myrtle Wilt of Char les Town were Sunday visitors of Mrs. T. D. Pit. "Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wiley and daughter Thresa and Mrs. Corn Wiley and~randson Ricky were re cent callers of Mr. Hugh Wiley a.ud son l~oger at the Power Plant. Mr. Buddy Penwell of Charles Town was a vsitor 0f his ,parents Mr and Mrs. Henry Penwell on [Sunday. ,Mr. and :Mrs. Mack Chaney and daughter Mary Ellen and son Ron nie of the Bloomery were recent visitors of the latters mother ,Mrs. Hew Mailim Census ;tionnaires To or/traebo~s, architects and their employees~,~ have been in,ted to at- tend the second annual "Watts New" residential wiring equi,pme,n,t display. Charles Town area con- ~ractors have been invited ,to at- ,tend either ,Vhe showing Tuesday, November 10 and the Nprthem Virginia Power Company's sere,ice ~cen~er, North Cameron Street in Winchester or 'Monday November Eleotr]ca:l! ,co tractors, building monstra ions, new ideas in all switches using decorator ideas, a display of the lates~t wiring tools Questionnaires for the 1959 Cen and other equipmen* demonstra.~- sus of Agricul:ture are now in ~the ions and,dixplay, mail and will be in the ha,rids of Also included on the program local farmers wi.thin a few days, it ed to insure greater ~ccuracy ol reporting and ,to save time bobh for the farmer and the census tak er when the latter calls at the ~ will be informwtion on :the new was announced today by Acting changes in ~he national wiring Yield Director Edgar L. Bryan of 'code which affect c(~tracting and the Census Bureau's regional of- building opera~tions, rice at Pittsburgh. l~presen%xtives of wiring, eq- The farm census questionnaires ui~I~nent manufacturers and dis- are ,being mailed from Chicago 16 at ~the Potomac Edisc~n Corn- ,tributors will be on hand through Illinois with the distribution tim- paxxy's general offices, 55 East ou~t the evening to demonstrate ed so *hat the report ~orms will Washington Street in Hagersto~n. the equipment, and answer quest- reach farmers a~bout a week ahead Sponsored by manufacturers' ions ~ visi,tors. md local distributor representat- Through these presen%a%io~s, ires of electric wiring equipment contractors, builders and arch[- WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT and the local power company, this tects will be p~sented with new exhihi,t will teature the latest and m~0terials a.nd methods that could newest in e}ectrical wiring, equip-help reduce labor and m~teriai CHOLS mentandwil] beondisplayfrom costs while 'providing a better DANNY H 4 p. m. ,to 9 p.m. .service to +customers. ' Included in ~this year's s~how will ~Ligbt recreshrnen:ts will 'be ser- ~be a demonstration of aluminum i veal and ~he sponsors remind that IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH +cable and con~e~tops, raceway de "dress i'S informal.'~ 'm" mClIOE Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner Commission has prepared wildlife t~. COUNTY ,, and family of Charles Town were management plans for Bayrle Sunday evening visitors of the for Link, Adam Link ,Jr., George E. A V mers parents Mr, and Mrs. Robert Tabb, John Briscoe and Ily Brat WE EXTEND IN, ITATION TO HIS Turner. inn. MANY FRIENDS TO CONTACT HIM ON ,Mrs. Lettie Ott and grandson In mo~t cases odd areas are sel Roger Tarman and !Mr. Harvey ected for improvements. The prac A NEW FORD CAR OR TRUCK OR LaRue and Mr. Jacob Diiiow were tice may i,nvolve only the 'planting AN A-1 USED CAR. A Saturday eve, ng callers of Mr. of food patches, or the establish- A and Mrs. Lester Pit. merit of cover by ,planting several BUSINESS PHONE 212 kinds of shrubs, such as Sc(~tch ge--~,~ pine, Norway Spruce or Chinese HOME PHONE:---Shepherdstown 2031 6e0r rates Chestnut trees for food and cov- er. In most cases the trees and ~0V. 5 - lt. food patch mixtures are ,furnis*h- ~ ~ ~ 1 2nd Birthday At :Party ed by the Conservation Game com ,mission free charge with the Mr" Gerge W'ilt celebrated his :farmer ding the planting" FOR SALE! 72nd birthday w~i;th a surprise par ty-at his home i.n Chestnut Hill Saturday evening, October 24. IThose who helped to ceiebr~,te the ONE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY'S occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo- There were 1131 cows tested on OHIA and 183 cows on the Owner Sample program. The top herd in milk production belongs to William Walker, 45 cows in milk and 4 dry had an av- erage of 1220 milk and 40 fat. The top herd in butterfa,t pro- duct[on belongs to H. K. "Moler 18 cows in .milk and 3 dry had an av- erage of 880 milk and 47 pounds of butterfat. The next two herds in milk and butterfwt production areC.J.. . Car alter herd of ~9 cows in milk, 1 dry with an average of 1040 milk, 36 fat and the Adams Brothers herd rge Writ, ffvlr. Howard Wilt and son Galen of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Higgs and daugh- ter Rosemary and sons Glen and Bobby of Mt. Airy, Md.; "Mr. and "Mrs. Dale H~ggs of Sykesville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Danner and daughters Janet and Jackie and sons Wayne and' Danny of Hamil- ton, Va.; and iMr. Butch ~mes, Mr .and Mrs. Allan Enor and son ~il'ly of Hamilton, ,Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt and sons J(~hn and Thorn,as of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and "Mrs. Lutaher" Lanham and sons Howard, Richard, Eddie and ,Mark of Ma~tinsburg, :Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ports :and son Lane and daughters Kare and Gaff of Hamilton, Va., farm. The 1959 Census of Agricultm'e questionnaire is designed to pro- ~ vide information on ~;he number and size of farms, acreage and hat vest of crops, livestock production and inventories, selected farm fac ilities and equipment, selected .i farm e~penditures, farm values, and mortgage debt. C~n the aver-+ age, each fuzzier is asked about~+ 100 questions, many of which can be answered by sirc~ply checking : "yes" or "no". CLASSIFIED BEST RESULTS : PRODUC H6 Mr. and ,Mrs. Melvin Wilt and son of 46 ,cows in milk, 11 dry with ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Located in the Uvilla Section of the county.-Shown by appointment only. For details and information Local Business, Full Time Job. Contact JEVFERSON ,P~SBDI~rH-I ING CO., iBbx 231-J, Charles Town, W. Va. Nov. 5-1t. MOTHERS :--,Don't be in debt for Christmas this year. Earn 'extra' money in your spare time. Only 20 hours weekly needed to earn $635 before Christmas. We ,will train you. Dial Regent3- 7980 or write MAI'ffAGER, 15i Cypress St., Hagerstown, Md. If rural route give directions. Nov. 5-2t. NOTICE:-'-I will not be respon- ible for any bills or debts con- by anyone other that~ ;elf, F~RANKtLIN iVfUMAW. Nov. 5-2t.-pd. NOTICE! 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. Nov. 5 - 4t.-pd. Children's Haven Sanitary :Service MODERN-- UIPMENT FOR CLEANING SPETIC TANKS, CESS- POOLS and SANITARY TOILETS. PHONE 40-F-011 Nov. 5 - lt.--pd. ]:EAGANS' JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIR 114 East Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. ALL WORK GUARANTEED INVESTIGATE MUTUAL INVESTMENTS As Means of Protecting Your Savings Against Inflation. Massachusetts Investment Trust Wellington Fund Pioneer Fund, Inc. Philadelphia Fund HUGH CAPERTON Charles Town, W. Va. Lettie Ott and {amily. Nelson and daug*hter Helen of Ran L Mr. and Mrs. Merle Turner and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Danner daughters Thresa and. V~cky of and son Terry-and daughter Lynn Baltimore, :Md. spent the weekend of (;hestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. with .the formers parents Mr. and Cha:'les Wil~t and son Dwayne o fi Mrs. Robert Turner. ~hestnut Hill, ~VIr. Walter Wilt of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut Hill, ,Mr. and Mrs. Oeo- Chestnut Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and fami,ly and Billy Turner were Sunday viM- 'tors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Angelo and family at Burke, Va. Mr. and +Mrs. Glenn Biggs and daughter Donna Darlene of Lees- burg Va. spent Swturday night with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Seaman and Mrs. Donald Oden and sons Guy and Frankie of Bak erton, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Oft and daughters IAnda and Darlene and sons Teddy, Randy, Joey and Ricky and Mrs. Pauline Ott were Sunday evening visitors of "Mrs. Nellie Oden a,nd family. Rev. W. P. Odum, Distri, ct sec- retary of Potomac District will be visitor at the Mann[rigs Assembly of God Church on Sunday, Nov. 8. Mr. and Mrgo. William Witt of Chestnut Hill ,were Monday even- lng callers of Mr. and Mrs. Guil- ford Turner and ~amily. Mrs. Charles Ott and sons were Sunday visitors of her parents Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ellis Johnson at Mill- e[lie. rge Hellman ,of Baltimore, "Md., J Mr. and Mrs. J+hn Hawk arid grandson .Martin Viands of Chest nut H~'lt, Mr. Newton Hawk, Bey. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd, ,Miss ,Nannie Beavers and Mr. John Beavers RH i of Chestnut Hill. i A buffet supper was served and enjoyed by everyone and many beautiful gifts were received by the honored guest. Farmers Improving Food, Cover Conditions Farms tMany farmers interested in wild 'life have been making plans to improve ,the food and cover con- diltions (~n their farms. Working with George L. Cole, Soil Conser vat[on[st; E. V. Berard, Game Te chnician, W. Va. Conservation the average of 960 milk and 32 fat. The association, average for Sep tember was 780 m~,lk and 29 pounds of fat. +Mr. Robert ~rene'h of RFO 1 ,Charles Town entered his herd on DHIA test .this mon,th, he has 94 ~cow$ milking. A~l~ner Hockensmith has started his herd on E. D. P. M. process. Herds having cows pro- ducing 50 pounds of bu,tterfat or more are: Boyd Butler 5; Ford Farm 4; Howard Demory 3; Thar pe Bros. 4; Lee Morgan 2; H. K. Moler 11; Andrew and Bush 3; ~R. W. McCormick 2; W. O. Lloyd 6; ~Roger Bane 4 ; Van Metre Farm 12; Wm. Walker 15; Frank Amett NO HUNTING ALLOWED No Hunting Allowed on my' farms. MRS. H. G. LAKENAN Nov. 5 - It. NOTICE TO PUBLIC! I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts other than those con- tracted by myself, O. G. STONEBERGER, JR. Oct. 29-3t.-pd. NOTICE! For Plumbing and Heating and Spouting Contact PROPST PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1082 JOHNNY PROPST April 2 - if" 2; Robert Butler 8; George Hough 3; C. J. Cavalier 6; Adams Bro. 12; Robert French 4. Top three cows in milk produc- ,tion were Robert S. Butler No. 83 had 77.7 pound milk per day 2330 m 3.7~A 86 ifat; Win. Walker No. i35 had 77.2 pound milk per day :2340 m 3.2% 74 fat; Adams Bros. i No. 31 had 74.0 ~pound milk per day 2220 m 2.7A 60 fat. Top three ,cows in fat product- O),~MB, O,~'O'41~I~" n,4M~" 0 9~, 0'41~III~'O'~BBIB" 0 t o'4111m'n'~lM~" 0 ~M~" o'4111~' ,I --'CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT--- in Charles Town, W. Va. DEMONSTRATOR. Very Low Mileage and a Good Buy. HARD - TOP--Fully Equipped Fully Equipped TURKEY SHOOT Every Friday Night ALSO BROAD BREASTED TURKEYS FOR SALE ! Fully Equipped Super HARD - TOP--Fully Equipped ' Fully Equipped R. F. WELLER HILLSBORO, VA. Phone No. 8-5221 Oct. 29- tf. ,, Phone 488 Charles Town, W. Va. ---Contact The--- / RANSON . . - W Phone Charles Town 309 I I 1959 - OLDSMOBILE 2,DOOR HARDTOP 1957- CHEVROLET 2-DOOR BELAIR--- 8 Cylinder + 1956- FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN 1956- CHEVROLET 4-DR. SEDAN 1956- BUICK 4-DOOR HARDTOP 1956 - PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON-- 2-Door 1956- CHEVROLET STATION WAGON-- 4-Door ].955- PLYMOUTH 4-DOOB SEDAN 1955- CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN 1955- BUICK SPECIAL 2-DOOR 1953- BUICK SPECIAL 2-DOOR 1953 - PONTIAC 4-DOOR 1951 - CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN i 1952-FORD 3/4 TON TltUCK For The BEST DEAL and the BEST SERVICE Every Time, SEE I Phone 42 Charles Town, W. Va. DON'T FORGET YOUR ANTI-FREEZE II