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? I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCA HAPPENINGS IN 14---A THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i i .+.. ,. ,ow,. w. w. J K A I L J I L* e-ro m 1+++, I ,i.veu I. ev. msuslaq;l~ [iences have ranged from W~. BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPANY. INC. I I .... w .... [Clubs and Gardc~ Clubs tot A-L .u..c*l~r,o.s D~L~VZRZ. ,. v.*- ST*T~ .... *nm SU.~cT To a%: CO.S..~.-, By Mrs. Clarence Smallwoed Phone 20-F-024 On Wednesday, December 2, the 'West] the DistriCtVirginiaDlrectOrGreen,,Of"Keep ~/ s~.s, ]P~rM# Warn=n,,,,,,,.,, ., rhlv,.~ I ers' Ins~tutes, Afr~can_VlO~# ~.L~s T^x. SUU.CmPT~O~ iS.SO PZ~ V~.~J m ADV*~C~ I Jefferson County Junior Chamber l a ac redi" " fl r h ~ ~' ~ , I I ivties and Garden ~y~I~ . : The exterior woodwork of the of Hope Valley, Vermont, her mo of Commerce will have the pleas-Ianan is; c a mern*ber~ea" oweoi vne "~ o.W~oaraJUageoi I The Woman's Club of H~,~rs~.~ .... ] She is the author of a bo~.l JPIRIT wrABLISHEJD 1844 -= ADVOCATE ~rrAmuSHlm ISs= IF~.bletown Church is gleaming ther Mrs. Frank Gardner of St. ure of present~ng Mrs. Leeds K. Idirectors of ~e We=t V1r~dnia ~o~ ]Ferry District is sportsoring a lec-]hshed next .~n 1958,.en~ ........... ~' .... tur" ranging ~.irlcan vlole&s ~u~ lagn c,~.,~. S~.~ h,~ ~.~.. ~.. ~ ..... / e by Mrs. Enn.]y Stuebhng of I COMBINKD MA~CH !. '|~4~ i,w~dte as the result of painting by lMargaret's Apartment, Chsrles Riely of Charles Town, who will, .......... ............... , , , r~.~r~.~ .... Howard Mc~Atee. contractor, Char J Town, Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe Hayes give a demonstration of "sirrvplic= l show activities for ei~ht~Pn vears IPittsburgh, Pc. to be presenCed at I ........... . Th..rsd .. Nove...k.. ~a ~a=a I les Town. It is ~hought ~l~s is tho ~and chfldren of Vinton, near Char ity and suit~tbHity in table setting land has parti-u, larly con'ce-nt~'l Camp Hill Methoctist Church, Har| Admission to the lecture h ~$, ,,u~ a~,,L~,,~ ~lrst time the exterior painting l.les Town visited Sunday after= for ~he month of December". Her[on t~ble se~ti~gs. |pets Ferry, Friday, Nov. 20 ~t l:30]Those attending are in~i~ ' : has been done since the clmrch Inoon. program wi,ll include, among All proceeds from this demon- | P.m. I stay for tea later in the agt~, ~U'AtlPiU~ ~ ~tl~ #~111~ " ~was built 1917-1919. ] M.Mnsrr a(~Itoch up, e*.d others, settings for a Christmaslstratton will go to fine "Jaycee| ~-s. Stuebing wi,ll present her]Mrs" John Perry of HaVCr~~ ~~ Ur |[~ ~J~ | Roderick Bros. also is in the pro [ Mr. and Mrs. Oral B, Hu~hes Eve Buffet, Christmas with your |Haven F~nd" which is a drive to|newest lecture entitled "I.egends|~s cna~rman o~ vne prog cess of painting the dairy bar~ ex I of Avon Hill visited Sunday after family and a New Years Eve bur- I eliminate the debt at Childrens | of Marietta as". Through arrange- I GLEANE~~ . ~ tenor ~t the home place. This ~so ]ncoa with her mother Mrs. GiN fet. The demonstration will begin [Haven, a home for less fortunate [merits of flowers, ,fruRs and fig-| ~.~! When Trooper A. J. Wade came to Jefferson County is a whlte finish. [ bert Cadwalder of near Boyce. promptly at 2:00 p. m. at the Cit- ~ children located near Charles | urines, Mrs. S~uebing presents leg [ BAKE SALE NOVEMBEI~ P.| more than six years ago on his first assignment with the _.Miss .Darlene Ma. conaughey, of I .Mem.:bers of t~..e Johnson family izens Fire Hall in C~arles Town ] Town. The Jaycees have raised Cp [ endary t~les of the East. Those I w~ r~o,,o~+~,~ ,~ p,~l;~ ~o~o~,, ho ,~,~ ,,, ~nenanaoan Junction ;s now s~aylw~n me exe.~p~]on oi e, Dner o~ and last not more than an hour[proximately $7,100.00 and need|wCto had the privilege of hearing| The Gleaners Sunday ~I "''~: ":',~: .... . ~"~"~'7 .... ": "_',"~"'.". ~"'~' ...... "..~'*" ing with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Smith |Suffolk, Va. gathered Sunday af- a~nd a h~lf. A simple tea wLl,1 also l$4e~s0~: t~ re:~l~nhe~rfgoal, Tie-[Mrs. Steublng w, hen she viisted/Class of the Charles T o~I Qers~anQaol~r, lnexperlencea ana nanalcappea as are all De- Oharles Town. Mrs. ,S~, th locally |ternoon at Vhe home of t~eir late be served and tickets are priced[ , y e urn Jay-|Ha~per's Ferry a year ago know | odist Church ~wfll hold a ~J~ binners setting out on a first assignment of police duty. known as "Miss Lottie' oontinues Isister Miss Margaret Johnson to at $1.50 each. [cees, at fine Potomac Ll,ght and/that her lectures are outstar~ding/in [;he old J. C. Penney C~ h~ m~une~ we )hi,k in WhiCh 'ProOfer W~da ~,.arl ]m la a critic~ condition. [m~ke final plans for the house= Mrs. Riely is presently the Dis= I Power Company in Charles Tow~ ]e~amples of the creative artist at | store room on main street[ ~O'~lS'-l~ew-'..As.~...~Oi~l~;~ _=y",t.~.'~.=~=~..~:.' "~.~" ..*.~.~:~ ~ The Kabletown Church Memor-|hold sale to be held S~turday, trier Director of the Shenandoah= land will also be on sale at the |work. While she speaks, she sets Jnesday, ~November 25 beg!.n~ . ~ . ~ t,v.o. ~, ~v~uo ~.u ~_.~ ,~.~..~ ~. ~..~uu ~ lal Pund has received a gift in INov. 21 at the home here. Potomac Garden Club District, door. [the ~wbles and makes the arrange-[12 noon. Plenty of good ~a~J ttas nanaleo his assignment here during the past six years memory of Mr. John W. Hill from | Bill B~ldwin of Correy, Pc. was [meats so that the ~udience is [eat will be on sale and the~ reflects great personal credit on him and on the Depart- and Mrs. C. D. Boyer: . |a vis%or Saburday night wiffn Mr. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Jshowr~, as well as t~ld, what to do. |sors will appreciate a shar~ m~.t ~ Pnhl;~ ~'~tv W~ wi~h ~.ha h~= ~.~. him ;. h;~ beon ~owers, an employee m land Mrs. W~lt B~rdicz and f~m- Church Women [ Mrs. S~uebing has lectured wide #,public pa(ronage. / ......... . .... ,'~":":-~" ;'=., "7 ......................... the 6hiffman Bros. Mattress Fac- |i.~y of Wrew Farm. Will Have Sale new asslgnmen~ a~ tiran~ thoun~y, tory. Ranson has completed a four | A bwo Party telephone lithe is During his staey in Jefferson County Trooper Wade has week's intensive study of finishing [,being installed in the neighbor- earned the respeCtw andi corrmaendation, of the entire, county, tom rttr S e lwnart.heN.M tt eeS nF as lhAn dre fwrofB AvgonG r a J .ory . . . ' W' a cn of ThezionEpiscopaIEpiscopaiChurchchurchWOmenwill Because a ne spaper s not cably close to pohce work as a ......... been wit~.t2dscompanyforfeurJanextension]eadlngtothehousehave a tea and apron sale on UHDER NEW MANAGEMENT oauy source oz news we nave naa more man an average years. |nearby oocupled by A~vin Bush Thursday, Decen~ber 3rd from opportunity to observe Trooper Wade's conduct. He has Sunday guests with Mrs, Char- |and to Shanno~ Hill, t'he residen- 3:00 to 6:00 p. m. at the Parish one - t a n~tew~rthv examnle in fairne~ ~.d cn,,r~sv ;. tho l~ R. ~ngdon and son Charge [ce of Cap'in H. A. Sager._ "-- " --'"h"" -'" -- -"-" " " "" ~"" were her son-in-,law _and duughter. Mr. and Mrs, Homer Newcmnb, ,House. -==FFER SON .. i C LEJ]IN performance of a task w ere opportunities for unfairness Mr and Mrs A M C, hawast~x/and son James were overnight vis The Junior Daughters of the Kir~g will have a "White Elephant are manifold and where the provocation to be discourteous and t~o sons of Sl,l~,er Spring, Md. ]itors in Leesburg, Va. at thehome Table". is not infreouent. This, as far as we are concerned, is the formers brother-in-law and |of his parents Mr. and Mrs. C.W. The 'public Is Invited to attend. -- There wH.l be a silver offering. i i ~lster Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curry JNewcomb, Sr. of the outstandng d fferences betwen ordinary AVEHUE IANS()]4 police officer and an exceptional one. - " " -- - ond child the other a boy six H~~~ When Trooper Wade came here six years ago he was .ears old' _. .............. f- , # . but one of a cla s of rookies. He leaves here a seasoned femAbfert rls eri .gEa O?ho OV Alumni n,,, Dance PHONE 412 FOR F R E E PICK-UP AND veteran, and hag ably demonstrated during his stay here 1",, M,JJ .... 's - u nque,, an offi - /u IIUIU |ll glMJ3111 ing some irr~provement at hi~ DELIVERY SERVICE. .... "~ ................ ~" ......... home "Vi~nemont" The graduating class of 1934 is ,] ,Jemn Ann Alger. Baby Joan Ann NightHov. 19At8p.m. Mr .and Mrs. Marshall Wilson being honored on Vhe night of Sat .. AlrT "~ZT,.'ID'[Z" ,r~TTA'DA'l~TqP1~lS~F~ of ."Rose Hill Iz~,trm'' visited Sat- urday, November 28 at ~he annual -- 2~,,LaJLa VV L~1~l'~. tgrtJZ'~lt, Z-LL~ JtJLNJt:JJL~ .... [Alger and li~le Mary C. Plotner uraay, evening with Mr. and Mrs ~larpers Ferry High School Ban- ]all of Ranson; M.Is~ Brenda F. The Charles Town Order of Charms O. Owens and sons. quet and Dance to be "held at the __ __ ___, .... ~ . _ [Howell, Harperis FerrY, Rt. 2; Mr. Eastern Star No. 128 wil~ hold The Jefferson County Republi- ,High School with t~e banquet be- YOur Patronage Will Be Greatl A precmted. [Raymond M. Nieewarner Jr., and Friendship night, Thursday, Nov. can Club met Friday night with gi,nning at 6:30 p. m.-dance at Y P |Mrs. Claudia M. Clattel~ck, Har- .19 at 8 p. m. in the Maso~atc Hall. Mrs. Floyd P. Owens sr. at 'Sun 9:00 P.M. ,-~r~ ~T~ [per~ Ferry, Rt. 2; Miss Zada B. Officers from E. E. S. Chapter burst Ridge". Admission ~or new members win t~lV~ ~ A TRIAL. . , |Allen, Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. in M~ryland, Va. and W. Va. have ~ be $3.50. Admission for old mere been invited as speciM guests and NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- hers will be $3.00. This fee in- I Hannah J. Pitcher, Halltown. Imewbers of Chese same chawters ING SIGNS For Sale at the office eludes both ~he banquet and dan- ~ m tnumna ai~,~mo~,.nnAnnnm / ~,m. ~ A s mu.unnn~mnu, am, ~. eral Hospital during the period of I L~|~di~| C~AV !are cordia~ly invited to join in the qf the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate ce. IIUIll UlJPt LPll "MAUll Ii I'AUULU U.A-, November 11-18 were girls andl iiqiliJqi PLi[:ffA/ : Iow p. on North George Street, Charles The public is invited to attend |. HI~I/ M lIJ, III*~,HHIM$ ii/ol,,Airtf'iSl r[gl one of them was born on Veterans I 1 A program honoring the s~ec-Town. Buy your needB today, i the dance: $1.50 stag; $2.00 cou- Day and another on Friday the ~ ~y P tsy Zombro i ial guests will be given and a soc Oct. ~ -M.----nc ple. 13th. | !ial hour wl'll .follow the regular ...... A daughter, Brenda Lee was | ~unday nigh~ the Methodist M. meeting of the local Eastern Star ~i ~ o born on Veterans Day (Nov. llth) Iy. F. met ab Mr. and Mrs Lee Chapter. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jame~ |Barnes, .' "*~'~ - --"- of Martlnsburg. ' Mr'andMrs'JeHughandl "[ T,F_ ... VORLD'S MOST FASHIOHABL! A daughter, Sandra Lorraine, ichildren had dinner at Mr. and :.~ ~, was born Frlday, Nov. 13 to Mr. |Mrs. Chan~burgs near Martins| i~ and Mrs. Robert Strathmore ]burg on Sunday. ByMrs. Mary Bruce Fur Brown Baltimore, Md ' ~ ~i ~0",,~~ I: FU |AL VERSATILE/IVlN6 R301' ~ ' " U David Llskey was taken to theI Mrs. Freda Allen of Skowheg- T STRIDER Saturday, Nov. 14, a son, Steve [Charles Town General HosPital. |an, Maine is visiting her niece. * " ' l Alle~, we~s born to Mr. and MrS. | Saturday Mr and Mrs S W LeRoy Anderson of 1~anson. |Zombro an~ cia,,,~h*,~ o'~,~ " ~/r~" ~Mrs. Glenn Hoffman for the win- o Monday Nov. 16, two births oc "+" "~ ......... :"'.~ter. _ , - .......... , land Mrs. Calvin Pierce a~nd child- I Regular preaching service Sun currea zn ~ne noslztal, a aaugnter/r~ w,mt t.e, ~,~ r.~,,~..~ ~o f,,, :Patricia Ann b0rn to Mr. and Mrs. | k~,:: Z :^o~^_-~ ................... , day morning, November 22 at the i,!~! u : Karl Atlee Hoffmaster Brunswick |...~ w=v..v.~. _ _ ] Leetown Methodist Church by the , ~r and Mrs Arthur P~erce and Md; and a son, Gene A)fred born[ . ... .. . Ipastor l~v. Samuel Butcher at YO CAN CHANGE, REA'RRANG . . , CREATE A NEW ROOM A MONTH +.. ,,~ ~+..~ ~+r,.~ T .~ ~,~ r,,,~rtcmmren were amner guesus on19:45 S'mday School 10:45. samele~s'~?wn"day ..................... a da, ughter. Oeorgle |S~mda, at the home of Mr. and|e.~T~.~,.. Robert (Duber) Strider of Hag- .,'1~1"4~~ e~i ~p" ~ ~ ~ ......... ............. :~ ~" :' / rs. Thurman Shirley's. lerstown, Md. visited Wednesday " : ........... ""~~,.:~::i:~;!!:i); ~ ..... ..... ~Ii'~..;-:iii.! ::i!;:;.: i : . Tuesday, NOV. 1.7 a son Ro. c~.eyI Mr. and Mrs. Charles Masters with Mr. and Mrs, Charles Willis. ...... :::;?!~:!i:::? :::;~/i~:::~ ~:~:r~ :: ,~i:~ ~:~ ~:~:~:: * :~ vlncen~ was born r~o Mr, sna Mrs, aa,,ahe~..f mv..ta .... ~ ~iii::i:::f::::i:~; .......... : :::::::ii]t~ ~ . : {! ~:i :::::::!:i ................ :::::: Jack Shlfflett, Ranson; and, the [~un~7~"M~:" a~l~'~rs~ j'a~es. , tainedMr" DunaWaYwith a sockIAekliderhop Saturdayenter- :i~~~~~! ~]-,=~a Lynn was. born to Mr. and Mrs. [--l~i~.~'~nd Mrs Harry Chfids and night for the young people a- "" " iii!ii;i:~ .... ~ ,'#1~ ........'i ~::, : [Y :~]~ ~E!2'I::::!~ Gerge William Mre' Harpers ' dau~h'er M~-~r~J Lynn spent Sun- rund Leetwn. Mr" IAckllder ~~~ ~~ spent the weekend at "The Cot- ~ '% , ~,":~,:.~:- ...... ~ :~::. ~ Perry. , ~day with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth tage." :..di:~::~i~:::;~:: ~i:::~:: i~: ::~ ~::, ::~;~k::~ .~::i:i::i::i::i ::,: ~ : ::: ::i:: ::!~ :~::" ,'~: : ::::i::~i::~ i :,:::]~ ?;,:" Surgical patien~ admitted to iChilds and family of Beacon Hill Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher ~ ~i~i:::::i~::~;~!::;i~k ~:::i:i::::::~:~: ~:::;~:;~:~:~: : .... :: :::~ :S::::;~:::::::~:~:i~!~!i il;~!~;~::: the hospital were: Mrs.+ Lena V, |Farm, Paeoniart Spring, Va. " ;Jr. and ~ail visited Sunday even ~ " + ". " " ' ~ " " " ..... I ":'I' :I ": : l~IJ~: " " L " ..... ..,~s:~.,.~:,::::..:- Rnund thl coiners, with clnter . . ': ~:~d~'~i~::!'~'::~::r :i"S: ' :'" .... --~' nsad -$ occ-$1o-ai chlir Full t.tth sofa, two trmnglt tablu #t~ ~tevens, Knoxville, Md.; John W. I John~ly I~ycock spe~t S,2nday ing with Mr. a~d Mrs. J. W. More tuna ~ * " c0mbi, nd to 10tit sluirl cnrnar tlble , Hardy, Mrs. Mildred M. Thomp-Inight with Mr. and .Mrs. L. H. [and in Charles Town. son, Willard G. S~nallwood, ~tt!e IQ~mby of Mlddlew~y. I WIessrs Charles Blue, Warren Clifton A. S!usher, Eben P. Tftiss= | ~amrday Rom~ IAskey spent Collis, Marion Blue. Charles Wil- .~}~ ~ ~ ~ ~i ell and Charles F. Johnson, .aJl|thedayWlthl~GLynn Ch~lds. Ii,, Ball Coyle, Nips Collis, Pax W'MnD;='--~1~1~)~, ./~ ~ ~---- ~-- of Charles To~n; litlfle Dorowly| Mrs, Paul Hough i~nd daughter Marshall and several others we~t KEN ~ L. Gibbs little I~llen P: Gib~.s both |of Charles Town .spent Sunday to Washington, D. C. Sunday to of Summit Point; Mrs. Bes~!e E: ]with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns attend a football game. PenweU, R~ns0r~; Master Davld | Saturday night Mrs. Bulah Par- Mrs. Floyd P. Owens Sr. visited E. Llske~, Kearneysvil]e; Charles Ikin~0n and Mr. a~ad Mrs. Bill Gor- Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and ~lmq~ i'I' ~1~ m i 0 [ G'GaffreY'Alex~ndria'Va';Js'|mlcInwdwereguestsatMrs. Mrs. M, W. Fulton of Berkeley with FOAM v,,,,.-~ ........ .............. eph L. Dodson, M311vll~le; Mrs. Dot |Tozd D~tvem's. Miss ~Akna An- Springs. ' _ unvortod "L' entries grouping is K. Giffin, Harpers Ferry and Idex~on of Washington, D. C. and The birth of Carol Sue o~,~ Oct- ~ ' Into an ndjacnnt room IOO% Nylon Upholstery Mrs. Mabel'~, l~anson, lUi s Harry B~| and Mr, and Mrs. ober 30 to Mr, and Mrs. James Medical .l~tt~ent~ admi~ed t~ |F, astep of Be~ry~l]e were also Falkenstlne of Parts, Ky. was re- ~: ,4~~]j :;:: = the hospltal Were:Mrs. M~ry E. Igu~t& , ceived recently. Mrs, Falkenstine Full Base Spring Construotion , Gaslcins, Miss Margaret P. Cehew, | Mrs. l~oy I~mbert attended Nor was the former Frances Lafferty, "~:~:: - Tw010n swen m| suti~ areas Mrs. Marie W, Writt, Mrs. Grace |m~n Propst f~neral o~ Monday; n S ; : i,:' - ~, P g Reversible Cushio E. Hoffmaster, Mr. Foster E~ Brea [he being a nephew. Home Demonstration Agent in Jef ; ~i~ | accented with triangular nod tables neman, Miss Susan G. Glbson, Mr. / _ . ferson County. This Is thelr sec- Davis C. May, Mr. R~ph W. Sa~ger | Miss Louise Manning is spend- ~ 'l .......: ........................ :' .... ::~ ~ i~ and Mrs. Janle V. Mcg)onough hi/ling 2 days wlth her cousin, Mrs. !, ill :: ::i * of Charles Town; Llttle Georgian |Eliza:beth Bradford in Winchester,"'""""'-":"""'" i;i na McDowll, Kearneysvi'lle; Baby "V&. Shop In .. In order to Settle the F~t~ of ~e late Mar~m~et V. Joha, son, I will sell at Pulie Sale the Following Per~0nal l~o~erty, located in K~bletown, Jefferson County, W. V~, on S TURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. ~/L HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC One Very Old Walnut ~mmer Cupbe~d; Breakfast Set, M~y',tag Washer, 1 Small Kenmore Range. practically new; Frlgl~tre Refrigerator, Electirc R4~&e, Libr~ Table, Round Dining Room Tab~, Buffet, Foldlag Metal Table, 2 Mantle Clocks, OH Burner, Room Ifll~ter, Loye Scat, Several Stands and End Tables; 2 Coffee Tables, Floor and Table Lamps, Studio Couch, Several Arm Chairs, Rockers, Straight Chairs. Portable Radio, Peda! Sewing Machine, Eleetrolux Yacuum Cleaner, Electric l~e~ters, Brass Kettle, OM Bar Bench, Ward- robe, Clothes Itaeks, Maple Bed, Spr~g~ ~ Mattress; MAple Bed Sta~nd, MaPle Chest of Drawers, Maple Dresser, Old Wal- nut Chest of D~wers, Single. l~ptal Bed, M~rble Top Wash Stand, 2 Very 01d Wash Stand& 4r Toilet Sets, Old Leather Trunk, Old Electrle Range, Pieture Frames, Cooper Rotor7 Mower, Rugs, A Lot of B~ DLv~ei~, A Large Collectlon of Dishes and GIas~ware, ineluding A Lot of Ironstone China and Several l~occs of Majolika Ware, Irenst~e Soup Tureen, A Lot of Pots, Pan~ and Cooking Utensils; Several Benehes, Garden Tools, Record Stand and Other Articles that are too numerous to mention. AUTOMOBILE:--1949 Sed. Plymouth, in good condition. November 12 and 19- 2t. " Leisure Now Select Your CHRISTMAS CARDS From Our Largest Selection in Many Years Now... AIso, You Will Find Our Store filled wil h Gift Suggestions for Every Member of the Family. THIS CHRISTMAS DO YOUR SHOPPING AT THE CHARLES TOWH PHOTO AHD GIFT SHOP Phone 367 Charles Town, W. Va. @ NEW? MATCHING"TWIN TRIANGLE . :":':r''': 1~ .... CORNER TABLES with Westinghouse MICARTA ..... )!ii:: TOPS"... exclusively designed to blend with Kenmar's many-room ....... / Anyofthe different arrangements pictured here can be created from only the 5 units shown in large illustration Showplace styling.., gorgeous new fabric textures and colors.., billowy foam rubber cushioning over full spring construction make this Kenmar Creata-group a thrilling new experience in uxurious living at a budget price LIMITED TIME As Pictured / 11 Phone 162 Charles Town, W. Va. Intimatn. firesldn :-:=:., arran|emnnt with Ixtra nnd chair A COHPLET[ LIHE OF CORR[LATg FURHiTURE PiECt:S SEL[CT FROH 12 UHiTS,..HAKE YOUR OWH ARRAH6EM[HTS ~t &