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EVERYTHING , BRING YOUR LIST TO US . . WE'LL GLADLY FILL IT FROM OUR LARGE SELECTION IE MELll . STRIDER FURNITURE CO. Charles Town, W. Va '' 1 look: Paper dinne reu n.-. 'a,[i usea everywnere today because 1 i ! |r Th xlt/c I they save the hos ECEMBER 18, 1969 il ,="'VlL~"~l~"l~"'*"'m"m'nl~'* " l"~vw~[ laundry and let her change the u-~ May the gift of happiness be yours at this spedol tlme of ihe year. Please accept our thanks. Charles Town, W. Va. We the undersigned will sell on the premises located along Rt. 144, 2 miles West of New ,Market and 5 miles East of Fred- erick City, Frederick County, Md on: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 AT 9:30 A. M. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT -- 1967-108B Link Belt crane: C~t. 9~ front end loader on rubber; Ca~. 916 self pro- pelled scraper; Cat. D8 dozer; ffib-Bidwell bridge served with chairs; Bros. self propelled 15 T rttl~~ toiler; BlaW Knox stone paver; Buffalo spring ~ield 3 wheel roller; 1963 Ford T pick-up; 1967 Ford T pick-up; 1967 Ford Station Wag(m; Ford truck tractor and water ,tank trailer; 2 2-wheat 300-gal. wa~er tanks; front shovel for crane; 10-5-3 KVW generators; several 225 amp. welders; 2-34 inch centrifuge and diaphragm water pu2nps. SMALL TOOLS --- Vibrators; ~tampers; tar pot; Dewall table and masonary saws; pipe cutting tools; heavy extension cords; Carps; electric drills; ~LARGE TORQUE WRENCH; die sets; Black & Decker masonary drill; Black & Decker receptacle saw; other electric saws; transits and levels; pipe scaffolding; drill rods; space heaters; bolts; tires; lumber; pipe; nails; paint: creosote; tie downs; chairs; many miscellaneous ~tems. TERMS---CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for accidents. 4% Maryland Sales Tax to be collect~l from Purchaser on all taxable items unless Tax Exemption Certificate is exhibited to Clerk. NOTE: This is only time ad will appear'. Please Clip. Iris W. Campbell & John McCrea Executors of the Estate of William P. Campbell James G. Trout Auction & Realty, Inc Auets. 1 West Second Street (~mporary location) Frederick, Maryland 662-6231 Mehrle N. Waehter, Clerk Dee. 18-1t- GOODYEAXR SURE GRIP TIRES ,i n I USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN Free Mounting ! Community Oil Co Inc. Charles Town, W. Va, Phone 725-7021 Mrs. Martanna mallwood There will be regular Worship Service Sunday December 21st at 9 o'clock. Eleven members were in at- tendance at the W. S. C. S. Christ mas meeting held Wednesday night, Dec. 10th at the home of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. Miss Margaret Ware presented a wellI plannec~ Christmas program. Sevl eral games were played during the recreation period followed by the exchange of gifts. The Janu- ary meeting will be held at Avon Hill; the home of Mrs. Oral B. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lilly moved this past week from Hed- gesville to the Robert Bush home There are four children in the family. Mr. Lilly is employed on a construction job in Herndon, Va while Mrs. Lilly is employed in Arlington. They commute daily to their work. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Viands at- tended the Pikeside Ruritan Club Tenth Anniversary Banquet which was held Thursday night in the Pikeside United Methodist Church recreation room. 1/Sgt. Ray McGuinn, Mrs. Mc i Guinn and children of Manassas, Va were visitors Saturday of her sister, Mrs. Henry Clipp and faro ily. Sgt. McGuinn returned last week from Vietnam where he for a year. He next reports to Fort Myer, Va. Lora Lea is the name given to the baby girl who arrived Satur- day morning, Dec. 13th, in the Winchester Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Roderick. are. the parents of another daughter, Brettina Kay. Mr. Howard O. Bush, an em- ployee of State Road Commission has been absent from work for a week due to not feeling well. He is under the doctor's care. Mr. Willard N. White has been indisposed this past week. A ~ew resident~ rhaVe been, indisposd due to throat infections and other flu symptons. Mr. Oral B. Hughes, principal of the local school was absent last Friday due to illness. Mrs. Nina Merchant, Charles Town sub stituted for him. Riley Thompson reports that p.mt Charles Town Store America's finest washer, the luxury you can afford. for as little as $3.00 Per Week SUPERTAHE SALES CORPORATION DIAL 725-7087 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. EAST CONGRESS STREET I n . ture of Paris his father, Mr. Newton Thompson is a surgical patient in the Char- les Town General Hospital, he is now showing much improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland have had their home covered with aluminum siding. This has added comfort to the interior as to the heating and attractiveness to the exterior. Drake Farm Holstein Excels In Production Brattleboro, Vt. - Drilake Dwi- ght Greta 5705950, a six-year-old Registered Holstein in the herd tested for Drilake Farm, Charles Town, has produced a noteworthy record of 21,060 lbs. of milk and 798 lbs. of buterfat in 305 days. The information is made avail- able through the cooperative ef- forts of the state and local testing associations and Holstein-Friesian Association of America. Dairy- men enrolled in the program pay for the service. Give Holiday Table Some Real Sparkle When it's holiday partytime, and your table decor needs some Christmas sparkle, a little imag- ination - along with china and silver and paper dinner napkins can create a festive new mood. Serve where you please for your next party - in front of the family room fireplace or in the living room for a change. For a small group, push the dining table to the wall and hang a pine cone wreath for your centerpiece. Burn tiny individual candles at each guest's place setting. Instead of a tablecloth, try placemats for a change. Choose some with an interesting texture to contrast with your table sett- ing. Then take the dinner napkin, the most adaptable item on the table, and fold it into a new shape to complete the holiday table's color scheme as it suits her whim. For your next holiday event, fold dinner napkins in a special food, instead of laying them flat beside the plates. Just open the dinner napkin and lay it as a diamond, facing you with the embossed open edges at the top (1. Fold the low- er point of the diamond upward to just below the embossed edges at the top (2). Turn the napkin over (3). Tuck one of the two lower wings inside the other (4) Stand the napkin u.u on edge (5). MMF-Daniel M. Hammond Serving On USS Yorktown USS Yorktown Dec. 9 - Mech- inist Mate Fireman Daniel M. Hammond, USN, son of Mr. Ed- gar M. Hammond of 702 W. Wash ington St Shepherdstown is serv ing aboard the anti-submarine carrier USS Yorktown in the Northern Atlantic. Yorktown recently visited the ports Copenhagen, Denmark, and Kiel, Germany. In Kiel, York- town was host to more than 5,000 visitors during a general openI house. [ Following the stay in Denmark ] the 41,000 ton carrier resumedI routine anti-submarie training operations( Dependable Servke Always We deliver first-rate heating oil whenever you need it. Just call us! IL COMMUNITY OIL CO INC. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7021 0 m eown e rs -. If big bills are getting you down---making it hard to make ends meet, let us help solve your problems. If you own your own,horoe, paid for or not, we can loan you up to $5,000 at low bank rates. By stretching your pay- ments over a longer period of time you make one payment each month that you can afford. Write, call or visit us for full details. VALLEY MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP. 400 Valley Ave. Plaza Annex, Between Montgomery Ward & Firestone Winchester, Va. Call Jack Riley --- Phone 703 662-4188 Dear Sir: Please send me without obligation full details on how I can qualify for an easy to get Homeowners Loan. ~Tame Address City State - Zip Phone teering a smooth road to a holiday that is miles long with all good wishes for you and yours. Our deep d anks tot your patronage. SHADE'S CIRCLE SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION ALSO --- Stone & Fill Dirt RANSON, W. VA. / Velvety snow tails on the countryside. Carolers, and youn at heart, sing out the spirit o[ the holiday. This b the to bo jolly, and the time to express our t ratitude and appreciation to out trie .d tot their pport. WILLIAM R. CHARLES TOWN, W.