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NE PHONE CALL 4- ONE All) — AND YOU REACH ALMOST EVERYONE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY LD ENOUGH To READ Just Call Charles Iown ‘4 7255-2946 or 125-2041 ‘ , Sh“ VI? to buy, sell, trade, find , fin“ .t lob, is through the ‘ w "H advertising page of The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE ’ EFFECTIVE PECEMBER 1, 1966' ‘. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES $1.25 Minimum ., for Classified Ads one Insertion 7c Word «Minimum $1.25 Additional Insertion (Same copy) 61: Word. Minimum $1.15 Classified Display (Minimum One Inch) $1.05 Inch .00 “8 must be placed by P- M. Tuesday to appear in v “'Miu 4 Thursday paper. , o o J coo. . C 0 v o t O O 0 0 o O .00,«.~.«.«.«.«;«.~.«.~.«.~,«,«.~.¢ ‘11 725 v 0,. 17-2_t.7210 LY > I '1 V: Va. "age and town water. emlone 7 - 1 ,. 112*; 25 2 50. , , .. at 725-7061 before 4:00 P, M. 0?. 17.],t Telephone 725-7554, Mrs. lke) ' h-Binkley. c ' lb :1 . P‘Your carpets beautiful des- n'o‘tant footsteps of a busy . Get Blue Lustre. Rent whampooer $1. MELVIN 00 i, l 5f- ' 17-1-t. SALE c f ER cox. INC. lb - ,3 , q u .1 S5 3 . 07 ' , ' 17-1.t_pd‘ M: eatw ' ’ 2nd w' lultlarry Barker. ‘3 s . a . Se 5‘ I. v S ’1' i ll, v ', ‘17‘1-tdpd, a lion" to mom .1 eontractor-Builder ,6 i 725.5510 chants Town, W. Va. 8mart decorator colors, 3.9." lie-planned ¢olor a3 our aVorites blended. in u, .3 Semi 01' high gloss enam- ‘ of exterior colors, 600. Phone 725.2721 LIBERTY, STREET - o o o c o o o o o o o o O“o‘°o“o“e"o‘°:”o”:"o“o”o“o”ro“z. SALE n 00E WOOD FOR SALE: - ' a load. John Y. McDonald '6 SALE: - Lots suitable. fOr 1' Parking located in Bolivar Complete with electricity. No . down. $20.46 per month. Route No, 51 approXnnately 5 I 2 SALE: - One large pony for with or without tack. Tele- 5‘: m—W *. _ SALE: — One childs three snow suit practically new. : - Two 21” televisions, Stove, the following toys Tricycles, tractor, wagon, , horse, scooter, rocking number of other things dTen all in excellent con- TGIep’hone Charles Town . u, - room house 3 bed .- h 1% baths - Full basement ‘ all to wall carpet AW. and Preston - Ph'One ‘ ' Coal Co.. Inc.‘ «has TOWN,W. VA. FOR SALE: - Chihuahua puppies, nice selection for Christmas Mrs. Donald SOhill, Middleway, W. Va. Nov, 17-2-t. FOR SALE: - Good mixed hay. Delivered in Jefferson and Berk- eley County in pickup load lots of 50 bales or more, $42.00 per ton or $1.00 a bale. Satisfaction guaranteed upon delivery. Tele- phone Inwood, 229-4801 after 6:00 IP. M. Nov. 17-2-t-pd. FOR SALE: - 21” Westinghouse T. V., floOr model, good condition Telephone 725-2286. Nov. 17-1-t. FOR SALE: - Projector and pic- ture screen, camera and two rolls of films, Electric slide viewer. Will sell all together. Telephone 725-2262 after 5:00 P. M. Nov. 17-1-t. FOR SALE:- General automatic Floor Furnace, used one Winter. Harry H. Russell, George Street, Ranson, W. Va. Tel. 725-5772. Nov. 10-2t-pd. FOR SALE or RENT:-Trailer with three added stationary rooms plus two lots, located on hook-up for additional trailer. Financing Iarranged. Call 725-9094 between 4 and 6 p. m. Nov.10-TF- FOR SALE: - LINCOLN WELD- ERS - New A. C. 100 Amp. $80.00; 225 Amp. $93.00 including access- c. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Professional Building. Call Dr. Van Metre 725-7215 or 725-7214 Jan. 21-tf. VOOCOOQC a,”.00.u.oo.«.u.«.~.00.00,oo.00.».«.oo:».».«.~.u.~.~.~.o HELP WANTED E 99.... OOOOOOOOOOOOOO... ..«.«.u.00.oo'00:».u.u.~.«.u.«.oo.~.«.w.«.u.n.u.00.»; HELP WANTED: MECHANIC Applicants who are mechanically inclined and who have Some ex- perience in either welding, or ele ctrical, or machinery maintenance Liberal Fringe benefits, Year around employment. For prompt reply write P. O. Box 231-D, % this newspaper. Nov. 17-1-t. ~3~2~:~:~:~:~:~‘?°:~2~5N~$~2-t°€~¢°¢~t~3~t~2~3~ fl WANTED a .QOOOQCO C....... 0.00.0030.“.90.00:“.0590.00.».».n.«.»:oo.«.oo.oo.«.«.ogu.o WANT TO BUY: - All paintings of all subjects, 18th and 19th century. Also watercolors, bronzes etc. Call The Sporting Gallery, Inc., Middleburg, Virginia. 703- 687-6447. Oct. 27-4-t WANTED: . Children to keep in my home, Phone 725-5234. ’Nov. 17-1-t. WANTED: - Will give away to good home, six puppies. Call 725- 7865 after 4:00 P. M. , Nov. 17-1-t-pd. I I I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries Of the estate of ELMER D. TUSING, deceased All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of the said Elmer D. Tusing, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified. to the undersigned at his office at 104 W. Congress 8., Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 10th day of March, 1967; other- wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or brfore said day to examine said claims and other- wise protect their interests. Given under my hand this 10th day of November, 1966. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County N 0v, 10-3t- HANSON MRS. FLOYD SIMONS , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyd of Halltown called on their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Boyd and family on Saturday evening. Mr. Lewis Jenkins and daugh- ories. Engine Driven Welders, WANTED: - Ironing in my home. tel‘ Sandra can“ 0“ his Parents: Cable, Electrode & Supplies. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO, Hagerstown, Md. Nov. 34¢. QUARTER HORSE FOR SALE: - Three years old. Telephone 725- 9351. Nov. 3-4-t-pd. TRAILER FOR SALE: - 10x50 Wolverine. Call 535-6957 after 6:30 P. M. OCt. 13-tf. FOR SALE. Large wooded building lots near miles from Charles Town, $750 up ' with liberal terms. Moore 1113. and Realty Co. Broker. Telephone 7255115. Sept, 8-tf. oooooooooooooooooooooooo ’3‘.“o“o"o“0”.”o“o”o”o”o”ore”o”o”o°‘o“o“o”e”o”o“o’ IE FOR RENT @ 9.“. fia... O. 0 .0. '0 o M“. o'5”o“o":"o"o“:”o”o"o”o9:“0":“o"o”o”:‘ HOUSE FOR RENT Shepherdstown Area - Comfort- l, able 9 room farmhouse. Bath and I Furnace, 0n Scrabble Road - Vava nt. $100.00 per mo. Call ‘ Mrs. Knott 876-6035: Eves & Sun 876- 6062. Tighe Woods - Realtor. Nov. 17-2-t. FOR RENT: - Trailer for rent, all conveniences. Call 725-5971 or inquire at Birkitts Barber Shop. Nov. 17-1-t-pd. FOR RENT-Trailer spot 20 by 75 ft. Concrete patio. Also 20 by 100 ft. lawn. Phone 725-9351. . Nov. 10-3t-pd. FOR RENT:- House Trailer. Tele- phone 725-5944. NOV. 10-It- FOR RENT:- Four room, lst floor apartment. Heat and water fur- nished. Centrally located. Vir ginia E. Bonner, Broker. Nov. 10-tf- FOR, RENT:- TWO house trailers, e i: - Five acres on: Route ,Or For Sale with reduced rents. Plants, Grape , gull-18$ from Charles Town 3 Also, trailer parking in Rumsey Plant Material. Offered Wyn" 0 «0. Box 118, Shenandoah Trailer Park. Phone 876-7371, Shépherdstown. a NOV. 10'tf‘ 7 FOR RENT: - One unfurnished apartment West Congress Street. Occupancy October 24, $60.00 per month. Hensey Jewelry Store 725- 5411 Charles Town. Oct. 27-tf. .. 7 WATER. FREE: - Water analysis on your water supply at any time, We are equipped to test water .supplys for proper ..water couditiouing equipment. Phone 725-7021. Com- munity Oil 00., Charles Town. May‘ 12-tf. moms itweuu AND you mm 230 [West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. S T O N E AND Fill Dirt Hauled Howard G. Shade CIRCLE SERVICE STATION Telephone 725-7514 Jan. 20 tf. \LL WORK GUARANTEED i Telephone 725-5565. Nov. 17-1-t. WANTED: - The Lions Club will collect your old newspapers and magazines the 3rd Tuesday each month, or you may take them to our paper building on East North Street, next to the B & 0 Station - at any time. “Nov. 17-1-t. .OCOCOOOOCO COQOOCOOOOOC o.».oo.«.~.~.oo,«,00.».$.««.«.«.do} ifl Miscellaneous fl oooouqnooooooooooooo 0‘00. 5”.“ o o o”.”o~o”0”.”0”o”."o”o”o~o”:"o‘°o”e”o°‘o‘ CARD 0F THANKS Words can not express the kind ness and thankfullness shown to Ime during the death of my wife, Lillian M. Ware. Especially the faithfullness of Rev. Urquhart, those Who sent food, flowers, the; pallbearers and everyone WHO helped in any way. J. R. (Rudy) Ware and children. Nov. 17-1-t-pd. LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- A. Diet Tablets. ONLY 98 cents at your drugstore. Nov. 17-1-t-pd. ———-————_—.__~_— NOTICE No trespassing or hunting on the property owned by Hallie Dillow near Blue Ridge School. Nov. 17-3-t-pd. NOTICE - No Hunting will be allowed on property known as Tulip Hill Farm, along Shenan- doah River, 1 mile South of the' Bloomery Bridge. Mrs. H. S. Clopper, Owner. , Nov. 10-17- TRESPASS NOTICE N o hunting or trespassing along River above Shepherdstown on former Merchant-Clem land. Mr. Norman. Nov. 10-Jan. 26 FRUITUTREES Nut has: Berry Vines, Landscaping ginia’s largest growers; Free Copy 48mg. Planting Guide - Catalog in color, on request. . Salespeople wanted. ‘ WAYNESBORO NUR- SERIES, Waynesboro, Virginia 22980. Nov. 3-4-t. NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone ex- cept my own. Gene Baker. Oct. 13-6-t-pd. , m PARENTS HOME SERVICE I N S T I T U T E WILL APPOINT RELIABLE PERSON TO WORK LOCALLY PART OR FULL TIME .Contacting Mothers Of Small Children ABOVE AVERAGE EARNINGS Experience Not Necessary Earn While Training CAR NECESSARY income or full time employment, depending on number of free hours daily. Age No Barrier. PLEASE REPLY TO: BOX NO. “231-T” This Newspaper NOV. 17-3t-pd. Be Visa — Advertise IRE. AD as cuss toss Academiin Week Mr. and Mrs. Abury Jenkins of Summit Point on Thursday even- mg. Past Week Visitors Visitors this past week at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and family werez~ Mrs. Edith Jon- es of Martinsburg, Mrs. Wanda Ring and daughter of Middleway Mrs. Frank Ranalli and daughter Tressy and son Mark, Mrs. Fran- ces Custer and daughter Beverer of Jefferson Terrace, Mrs. Lillian Custer of Charles Town and Mrs. Minnie Zombro of Kearneysville. Staff Sergeant William Monroe ‘ of Camp Aberdeen, Md. spent the Prestige position to supplement week end with his family, Mrs. Monroe and daughter Pam. Mrs. David Webb was home sick three days last week with a very bad cold. She is employed at the Bank of Charles Town. '“Mdktér‘t-Sgt. Harold Webb and famil of Dever, Pa. s ent thei y p r be appreciated. week end with his father and sister, Mr. Arthur Webb and Miss Elizabeth Webb. Sunday dinner guests at the Weblb home were Master Sgt. Harold Webb and family, Mr. and Mrs. Deneen Welsh of Baker- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Douald Webb and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Webb and daughter Deborah. Mrs. Mary Nicewarner and Miss Elizabeth Webb and Deborah call Ferry Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Avis Grim, Mrs. Charles L. Mason and Mrs. Elsie Maye spent Sunday afternoon in Front Royal, Va. Mrs. Nell Meade of Arlington," Va., visited her daughter Mrs. Phyllis Kilmer 7th Ave. over the week end. Mrs, Bertha Simons has been NOTICE I Am In BUSINESS With A PUMPER To Clean Cess- pools, Septic Tanks And Sani- tary Toilets. , ROBERT JENKINS RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 725-2728 Oct. 4-tf- SCHWINN STING-RAY B I C Y C L E Lay-A-Way Bicycles . Now For Christmas Small Weekly Payments “BUY SERVICE WITH :YOUR BIKE” - We Carry Parts ONLY For The Bikes We Sell BOOTH CYCLE STORES Winchester Avenue Martinsburg, W. Va. NOV. 10-4t- I. ‘ sitting with Mr. Samuel Cooley in Shepherdstown who is quite ill. ' $11177 énovr I Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr. Frank Cogle and daughter Judy, son Paul and Olive accomp anied by Mrs. Cline and daughter Carolyn the latter’s of Brunswick Md, motored to the University Hospital in Morgantown and Visit- ed Mrs. Ada Cogle who is a pat- ient there. Mrs. Cogle has been feeling much better the past week Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Staubs Of Chestnut Hill were Monday over night guests with the latter‘s mother Mrs. Elsie Cook and fam- ily. Linda spent the day Tuesday with her mother and returned home on Tuesday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Rodgers; Mrs. Esta Sager of Ranson were guests on Tuesday with Mrs. Fran ces Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs and family of Bakerton were Monday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and daughter Robin. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal and family of Baltimore, Md. were weekend guests with the latter’s Mrs. Hazel Staubs and Mrs. Frances Rodgers were business visitors in Winchester, Va. on Monday. Mrs. Staubs went to see mother, Mrs, Leona Staubs. the doctor. I Mrs. Nettie Staubs of Chestnut Hill was a visitor on Thursday evening with Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Miss Linda Staubs, Miss Wanda Everhart and Robin Staubs were guests on Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Staubs in Chest- nut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and daughter Robin were Sunday din- ner” guests with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs and family in Bakerton. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE . A very pleasing and comfort- able three bcdroom home situated in a good location. Lot size flO’x 250’. This house must be seen to Six room two-story frame dwell ing situated on 4th Ave. right next to the Circle. Why not lnves tigatc this one priced at $8,000. Very nice seven room dwelling with 8 acres located at Bakerton. House has recently been renoVat- ed. This listing very worthy of your investigation . Priced Right. Attractive eight room brick dwelling situated in Summit ed on Mrs. Elemer Ott of Harpers i Point ' Four bedrooms ' livmg room - dining room - kitchen - den bath - Oilfired forced air furnace nice garage - All this for only $14,000. I income. TRA me, . ‘ TADS!" Mrs. Ruby LaBe’lle and children of Manning were visitors with Mrs. Leona Staubs and grandson Tommy. v Mr. Larry Buzzard was a Sun- day visitor with Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and family in Man hing. Peoples Supply Named To Membership Clay ".400" Club For I966 People’s Supply local dealer for Clay Equipment Corp, serving the Charles Town area, has been awarded membership in the CLAY “400” CLUB for 1966. This is an organization of outstanding dealers throughout the country who have distinguished them- selves in the sales, installation and service of Clay “Pushbutton” farm equipment. The award was announced by Roger Clay, President of the Cedar Falls, Iowa firm. Members of the CLAY “400” CLUB are chosen on the basis of increases sales volume, adequate installation and service facilities and satisfactory customer relat- l I FOR SALE FOR SALE JUST LISTED: Move in for Christmas Holidays; this 3 bed- room, new bungalow. Modern in every detail; 2 ceramic tile baths; elec. heat, carport. Nestled amid stately trees on large lot, approx. 3 mi. from town. Terms available. ALSO: This well constructed brick residence near downtown area. 7 rms., 2 baths, large rec. room, reception hall with unique stairwell. Recently remodeled; po- tentlals for Mo apt. house; ready NOTE: Some of our many other listings. MOUNTAIN LAND: 440 ac. with good hardwood timber, some grazing land, all fenced. Several strong flowing springs. Ex. hunt- ing. SCENIC. Near Petersburg. 2,200 ’Ae. at. Cacapon Bridge; largecreek traverses valley be- tween two mt. ridges. Exc. de- velopment land, front Rt. 50. FARMS: 135 Ac. stock farm, owned by Lord Fairfax, 1735. This ‘PICTURESQUE brick manor home, built 1810, offers tranquil- ity - overlooking SCENIC acre- age, 12 ms, 2% baths. Relax and relive history on this grac- ious portico. 135 Ac. grazing farm, sm. stream, some woodland, 2 bungalows in good condition. One of our best buys; immediate occupancy. * 165 Ac, 6 rm. house, Ige. bank barn, some POTOMAC RIVER ,. Luxurious Living in an idea] frontage; 2 large ponds. Soil in, setting. Completely modern in every respect. Four Bedrooms Large Living Room with Fire- place - sunken music room or den Large study with antiqued wood paneling. Large Finished recrea- tion room. Built in air condition- ing system. 1% baths. Yard very attractively landscaped. Shown by appointment only. Four Bedroom Modern Frame dwelling with 45/; Acres situated near Shenandoah Junction. Has just recently been completely Remodeled, Why not inspect this one? Eight Room Frame Stucco Dwelling on W. Wash. St. Com- pletely Modern. Lot size 90x125. A very attractive dwelling can be purchased at a reasonable price - Call now for particulars. Thirty Acres of Land just past 3-M plant at Middleway. 1500 ft. along hard surface road. Don’t pass this one up! Five room Masonry dwelling on North Raymon St, in Ranson. Priced at $8500.00 to sell in a hurry. Two bedroom dwelling just recently renovated on 4th: Ave. Worthy of your investigation! Six room one story dwelling located at 203 South Church Street. Check with us on the num erous modern improvements to this property which will sell for $20,000.00. , Commercial location on Rt. 340 between Charles ToWn & Hall- town. Five room home, three bed rooms, living room with fireplace modern kitchen, bath and full basement. Restaurant convenient- ly located next door with all fix- tures included In the just reduced price of $20,000.00, Check this prune location now. Ranson Real Estate AND Insurance Co., Inc. 3rd. Ave. - Ranson, W. Va. Phone - Charles Town - Phone 725-7071 725-7910 June 16-tf excellent state of fertility. 200 Ac., large 6 rm. house, barn, » long highway frontage, sm. 2 stream, pond. In SCENIC HARDY ? CO. just 19 mi. West of Winches-1 ter, Virginia. I I 335 Ac., 1 ml. large creek front- age, excellent stock farm or de- velopment. ., ' HOUSES: 6 rm. modern brick bungalow, excellent workmanship. This lovely home in Ad condit- ion. Nicely landscaped lot, fenced. Magnificient View. , ‘ Lovely 3 bedroom bungalow. brick and aluminum siding, 11/23 baths, fully insulated, 2 fireplaces, built-in mod. kitchen. This home in newrcondition; immediate oo- Several sm. bu alows in Ban- son area, one wit 4 lots. Also, 6 room, 11,4 story brick, centrally located. Ideal residence for sm. family or luvostm'ent property. LOTS: Desirable location on For- rest Ave., overlooking the Park. Board fenced lot on Reymaim St., Ranson. Water and sewerage installed. , Large building lot in new and desirable sub-division. Reason- ably priceds. FOR RENT Large Country Home. 2 Bedroom Trailer - Jeff. Ave. Large Office or Stureroom FOR DETAILS ON THESE And Numerous Other Listings CONTACT: That cupancy. Alfred R. LinaweaVer ‘ V BrOkers Real Estate Agency 212 N. George St. PHONE 725-9111 Charles Town, W. Va. Oct. 27-tf. .. .. .. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON, FARMER’S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 Jet SIers. Rose's Girls Tied For lead In ladies’ Trio Loop LADIES’ TRIO LEAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS Team W. L. Jet Sters , 22 14 Rose’s Girls 22 14 $qu 21% 14% Bowlerettes 21 15 Dee’s 20 16 Pin Splitters 181/2 17% Coffe Cups 14 22 Dreamer’s 14 22 Bumblebees 14 22 Sleepers 13 23 Q The Jet Sters and Rose‘s Girls moved into a tie for the lead in the Ladies Trio Bowling League Wednesday morning, Nov. 9, in action at Pikeside bowl as both Won their matches. The 7-Ups also kept pace with the Jet Sters and Rose’s Girls by winning and are only a half game back, in the race. Millie Anderson rolled the high individual game score of the day, a 203,; while E. Adams had the a A N N O U N C I NC THE OPENING OF 1 Green Acres Trailer Park Located in Dark Lane, 6 miles from Ranson on the Charles Town-Leetown Road. Accept- ing Interviews and Applicat- ions for Restrictive Trailer Parking. For Information: CALL 725-9458 Nov. 17-24-pd. A—7 high individual set score, 509. The Rose’s Girls had the high team set score, 1571 and the Pin Splitters had the high team game score, 564. Millie Anderson moved into the lead as the league’s top bowler with a 161 average, while C. Hei- shman is second with a 157 ave- fgge and D. Cline is third with a To Hold Dance Saturday Members of the Brunswick (Md) Volunteer fire company will hold a benefit dance on the. second floor of their fire hall Sat urday night, Nov. 19. The “Little Rascals,” and also the “Specters,” the latter a local unit, will pro- vide the music. Admission for both bands will be $1.50 per per- son. Dancing will be from 8 until 11 p. m. and the public is invited. M W WARE , SECRETARIAL SERVICE Photo Copy Hearings Misc. (Next to P. L. 8: 1’. Co.) Box 414 Phone: 725-2615 H w NOTICE! STONE And Fill Dirt Hauled —— ALSO —. Septic Tanks Cleaned Richard Dodson RANSON, W. VA. Phone-Charles Town 725-9120 _Nov. 17-tf— GEORGE R. HEIDRICH Realtor 1'" 12:11” - HOMES ; FARMS LAND CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7942 Oct. l3-tf.- Eastern Pulled Hereford Association FALL SALE PLACE - Frederick Fair Grounds, Frederick, Md. TIME - Saturday, November 26th, 1966 SHOW 49:00 A. M. EST -- SALE - 11:30 A. M. EST AUCTIONEER - A. W. Hamilton A The sale consists of 8 serviceable age bulls, 40 open females that are ready to breed, and 3 bred heifers. These cattle are not highly fitted. They are uniform in blood lines as well as quality,er some of the top herds in the East. Since these cattle are young the price should be in the buyer’s favor. There will be a selection of steer calves that will be sold after the breeding cattle sell. For Additional Information Or Catalogs Write: J. A. Warson, Jr. - 1401 EADS Secretary EPHA STREET - ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA PHONE - OT ~- 4 - 5310 _‘ Nov.17-1t- YOU MUST SEE OUR -— —- Big Selection Of -‘—‘-— NEW FURNITURE Buy At Prices You, can Affdrd Stop In Today And Lot Us Show You This Gigantic Display. . . COMMUNITY AUCTION. ON MARTINSBURG -- CHARLES TOWN ROAD NEAR ROAD TO AIRPORT OPEN 9 To 6 P. M. DAILY .— PHONE- 267-6331-