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CLASS
FOR SALE
1962 PONTIAC — Tempest, two
door, automatic transmission.
Brickert Oil Company, Dealer
License 156. 12-20-tf
HEATER — Kerosene. 2 burn
ers, no pipe, cheap. R. Aumon
Bass. Phone EX 2-4880. Rice. Va.
12-24-2tp
1962 BUICK — Special, four door,
eight cylinder, with automatic
transmission. Brickert 0:1 Com
pany, Dealer License 156. 12-20-tf
DOGS — Bcaje. J. D. Dicker
son, Germantown Road. Farm
vdlle. Va. See after 5:30 p.m.
12-20-4t
APPLES — Red Delicious, York,
Staymen Winesap. Fresh apple
cider. Apples to truckers. Sunny
Slope Orchard. Rt. 300 between
Burkeville and Gicen Bay.
11-8 tf
WOODS BIRD scatter food:
Contains sunflower and a va
riety of seeds that will attract
birds to your home. Special
price — 5 lb. bag .69 cents. J.
H. Whitfield Company. 12-13-tf
REAL ESTATE — Two story
frame two apartment dwelling,
bath on each floor. 813 Buffalo
St. Farmville, Va. Two story
frame dwelling in Prospect, Va.
fronting 142 ft. on Highway 655,
known as Davis property. Suit
able for two apartments’. Peoples
National Bank, Farmville. Va.
Executor estate of J. Nat Wilker
son 12-13-tf F
STOVE WOOD — dried kindling
blocks, hard wood slabs, cut
heater length. Buffalo Shook
Company Farmville. 8-31-tf (Ft
WOOD — Dry Stove & Heater
Wood for sale mixed pine & oak
$7.00 per cord at my planing mill
Cartersville on Route 45, C. A
Stonnell. 11-15-tf < F
1957 ISETTA, very reasonable
Can be seen at East End Motors
„r call EX 2-3794. 12-31-21
FIRE WOOD—Slab wood sawed
stove length, delivered, severa’
load sizes. Phone EX 2-3094 or
EX 2-3161. Robert Taylor. 9-G-tf
WOOD — round: green or dry:
pawed stove length. John Gates.
Rice. EX 2-5356. 12-13-op
1D57 CHEVROLET — Four door
sedan. Eight cylinder power
glide. Very clean. Brickert Oil
Company. Dealer License 156.
11-8-tf
TRUCK COVERS stock sizes
and made to size. Watkins Awn
ing, 414 E. Third Street.
12-20-tf
UI6! CHEVROLET Station
wagon, clean, white side walls,
carpeted interior. See at Floor
Shop, 122 - 4th Street. Farmville.
12-13-tf
CRUSHED STONE
NO. 7 AND NO. 9 .
Or CRUSHER RUN
$2.90' Per Ton, Delivered
Within 2 Miles of City
(CUMBERLAND, $3.10)
C. S. THOMPSON
Phone EX 2-3206 or
Concord EDgewood 2-5721
USED
OIL HEATER
CLEARANCE
20 To Choose From
• KRESKY
• DUO-THERM
• MONOGRAM
• SIEGLER
• COLEMAN
• OTHER FAMOUS
NAME BRANDS
All Guaranteed
1 To 5 Room Size
Values $89 to $159
CHOICE
$25
FARMERS SUPPLY
COMPANY
Phone EX 2-3446
N. Main St.
I FI EDS
_FOR SALE
PONIES — Contact J. E. Wood.
Hampden-Sydney road. Farm
| ville. Phone EX 2-5046. 11-19-tf
CARPORTS — Aluminum awn
! ings, door hoods. Watkins Awn
ing. 414 E. Third Street, Phone
EX 2-4347. 12-20-tf
1959 FORD — Six cylinders.
Straight drive, with overdrive.
| Brickert Oil Company. Dealer
| License 156. 11-8-tf
[957 CHEVROLET — Bel Air.
j tf-8 sedan. Power elide. Clean.
Brickert Oil Company. Dealer
: rocense 156. 7-2«-tf
1956 CHEVROLET — Six cvlin
: ders. Straight drive. Brickert Oil
Company. Dealer License 156.
11-8-tf
4TORM WINDOWS. DOORS —
: Dennis CriUer. EX 2-5511 alter
! n m. 4-12-tf
| BIRD DOG — partially broke,
| EX 2-4695 or EX 2-4607.
11-8-tf
1960 MERCURY — Two door
hardtop. Very clean. Brickert
O i 1 Company. Dealer L cense
156. 10-25-tf
OR RENT — Floor sanders.
1 rills, ladders, saws and many
other too’s. Farmville Manu
'acturing Co. Farmville Shop
ping Center Phone EX 2-3118.
Farmville. 11-lZ-tf
USED 13 spout tractor grain
drill $175. Used New Holland
100 bu. manure spreader, $285.
Bradshaw Tractor Company,
Burke ville, 767-2410. 11-12-tf
Pipes Freezing?
• Heat Tape .... $2.95 up
• Heat Lamps .. $1.10 ea.
• Pipe Wrap .98c ea.
• Electric Heaters
$6.95 up
Smitty Bros.
Electric Co.
117 N. Main St.
Phone EX 2-3788
FARMVILLE, VA.
FOR RENT
■STORM WINDOWS — Venetian
Blinds, call Watkins, Phone EX
2-4347 12-20-tf
SEPTIC TANKS AND DRAIN
j FIELDS INSTALLED, ditching
1 and terracing. Ayers Building
Supply Co., phone EX 2-3906.
: Farmville. located on old Cum
berland Road. Jackson Heights.
1-17-41
BUNGALOW ~~Clo.se to busi
i ness district. Rent cheap. R. P.
Cralle. 12-13-10p
APARTMENTS — two: one up
stairs, three rooms, bath, furn
ished complete, hot and cold
water, heat furnished. Down
stairs. five rooms, bath: excel
lent condition: electric stove and
refrigerator, hc^at. hot and cold
water furnished. Call EX 2-3456
day: EX 2-3455 night. 12-10-tf
SORRY SAL is now a merry
nal. She used Blue Lustre rug
and upholstery cleaner. Rent
electric shampooer $1. So.
Hdwe. & Appl. Co. 12-31-lt
HOUSE—Tnree bedrooms, 203
Putney Street. David A. Jack
son. Ex 2-3576. 9-20-tf
HOUSES One six-room modern
and one four-room semimodern.
John Comer. EX 2 5768.
12 10-6p
HOUSE 812 High Street. Avail
able after November 1. V. V.
Gordon. Farmville. 10-15-tf
HOUSE — four rooms and bath.
EX 2-4339. 12-20-4p
APARTMENT furnished. See
Marshall Burger, Farmville. Va.
12-13-tf
NOW IN FULL SWING . . .
LEGGETT’S
AFTER-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE
GIGANTIC
SHOE SALE
• MEN'S
• WOMEN'S
• CHILDREN'S
• BOYS'
• GIRL'S
OUR ENTIRE
STOCK REDUCED
PRICES START
} AT ONLY
*1.77
JujtjMi
FOR RENT
HOUSE — 5 rooms and bath.
2 bedrooms. R. S; Johns. EX
2-3759, FamiviUe. 12-20-3tp
APARTMENT — Lower floor,
partly furnished, reasonable
rent. 306 Beech St., EX 2-3517.
12-13-tf
HOUSE — 4 rooms, bath, on
edge of Farmville. Immediate
possession. Landon Atkins. EX
2-4695 or EX 2-4607. 11-B-tf
OFFICE SPACE — comer Main
and Third Streets. Will remodel.
Mrs. Elizabeth Burger Jackson.
5-17-tf
SOUP'S on. the rug that is; so
clean the spot with Blue Lustre.
Rent electric shampooer $1. Leg
gett's Dept. Store. 12-31-lt
HOUSE — 5 rooms, bath, base
ment. central oil heat. $50
month. L. G. Atkins. Farmville,
EX 2-4695 or EX 2-4607. U-29-tf
SERVICE_
WILL SPRAY, move or trim
shrubbery. R. A. Woodie. Phone
EX 2-6047. 12-10-6P
BUTCHERING —meat proces
sing, deep freeze supplies. Bur
ger’s Market. Farmville, Va.
12-13-20p
LARGE selection of used Ashley
automatic wood heaters. Just
like new. Regular $119 values.
Priced from $39.50 up. Fanners
Supply Co. Phone EX 2-3809
Farmville. 11-15-tf
WE CRY FOhT YOU*; DlckeniJi
Auction Co., phone EX 2-3556
"'armville. 10-20-U
NOTICE
FREE ESTIMATES on the in
stallation of Septic Tanks and
drain fields. Phone EX 2-4413,
Wilson Electric Company. Route
1. Farmville. 9-13-tf
We will be dosed for business
during the months of January’.
February and March, except by
appointment. Nunnallys Antique
Shop, Green Bay. 12-24-3p
PIANOS: Will buy or trade
Dowdy Furniture Co., phone EX
2-3440. Farmville. Va. 2-8-tf (Ft
Card Of Thanks
WILSON—I wish to thank Dr.
Moore and all of the wonderful
nurses for being so nice to me
while in the Hospital here in
Farmville. With best wishes to
each. W. A. Wilson, Richmond.
Va. 12-31-ltp
INGLE — We wish to thank on
friends and relatives for their
kird acts of love and sympathy
shown during our recent loss of
my husband, Mr. O. M. Ingle.
Also thanks for the beautiful
floral tributes. Mrs. O. M. Ingle
and Family. 12-31-lt
Cost and Found
BEAGLE — Hounds, 2 male. 2
female, black and white, black
and tan. no collars, lost in
Madisonville area two weeks
ago. Reward. W. M. Andrews,
542-2139. Phenix. Va. 12-31-4p
WATCH — Man's pocket watch
lost in Amelia Court House aft
ernoon of Dec. 24. Reward for
return. M. Szuchy. Jr., R. 2.
Amelia. Va. 12-31-21
For FAST Results
Use The
HERALD CLASSIFIED
Page
Receives Watch For 30 Years Service
C. E. Chick, of Prospect, accepts an en
graved wrist watch from Jim Nay, district
sales representative of Texaco, in recogni
tion of 30 years service as a Texaco dealer.
At right is C. F. Wilson, of Farmville. Texaco
consignee. Mr. Chick has been in the mer
eantile business at practically the same loca
tion in Prospect since 1911. He has been
active in civic and community affairs of the
county as well as active in the business life of
the community.
WANTED
20 INCH girl's Bike. Phone EX
2-5350. 11-29-tf
WANTED for publication on
Sports Page of Farmville Her
ald : Any pictures of Old Pied
I mont Hunt Association; Casting
I of the hounds, the kill, etc.
These pictures will be rephoto
graphed by us and re'urned un
harmed to owner. Credit will be
given owner when picture is
published. Phone EX 2-3338 or
EX 2-4151. 11-29-tf
HELP WANTED
FEMALE — fcarn extra money
i for school and Christmas ex
penses. Show exclusively design
ed and guaranteed Sarah Coven
try Jewelry. For information
write Branch Manager, Sarah
i Coventry, Inc.. 114 Kings Dr..
Lynchburg. Va. White only.
9-24-tf
Woman’s Club Has
Luncheon At
Farmville Hotel
AMELIA. Dec. 30— Mesdames
C. C. Wmgc. C. S. Fanner, an.1
Trving Morris served as a com
mit ee for the luncheon at the
Weyanok? Hotel, Fannville, for
the Amelia County Garden Club
on Dec. 19.
One of the most interesting
features of the entertainment
was the showing of colored slides
by Mrs. C. S. Fanner. Mrs.
Farmer had taken these slides
of the club members and the
mit.s'andir.g club activities at dif
ferent times throughout the
year. She showed some lovely
scenic views.
Each member wore a Christ
mas corsage which each had
made. These were judged on the
wearer. Mrs. C. C. Wingo was
Year
Bells are ringing
for a brand New Year
We hope it is the
happiest ever, overbrimming
with peace, happiness and
success. It is with grateful thanks
to friends and patrons that we extend this message.
DELUXE CLEANERS
East Third Street Farmrille, Va.
NEW YEAR'S EVE
DANCING PARTY
DECEMBER 31
AT
Modern Woodmen Centre
9:00 P. M-? A. M.
CASH PRIZES
• ROCK 'N ROLL
• TWIST
• WALTZING
• POLKAS
• ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING
FREE REFRESHMENT HOUR
WE WILL ALSO HAVE OUR USUAL DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT.
JAN. 4 — COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS FOR AN ENJOYABLE
EVENING OF DANCING.
MODERN WOODMEN CENTRE
2 MILES WEST OF FARMVILLE ON ROUTES IS AND 460
PLENTY OF SEATS ON THE SIDELINES!
the blue ribbon winner. Mrs. O.
T. Cole won the red ribbon.
Powhatan News
Dec. 30 - A very merry Christ
mas and a happy and prosperous
New Year to the Herald and all
its readers.
Herbert A. Krueger is a pat
ient at St. Lukes Hospital.
J. Vernon Maxey was to re
turn home from St. Lukes on Sat
urday Dec. 28. We are very sorry
to learn that Mrs. M. E. Blanton,
Sr., of Tamworth, who has many
friends here, had a very bad fall
recently and exp^ted to be at
Johnston-Willis Hospital through
Christmas.
Mrs. Nancy Rosson is making
satisfactory-progress at the Med
ical College of Virginia Hospital.
We hope all these friends can soon
return to their homes.
On Sunday morning, Dec. S2,
a Christmas pageant was pre
cented at the-Sunday School hour
by the beginners department.
The Junior Choir of approxi
mately 35 children assisted with
a number of selections. The Pri
mary Department also assisted
with the program.
On Sunday evening at 7:30 a
pageant was given by the young
people of the church and Sunday
school. The musical selections
were especially' beautiful. One
hundred boys from the Virginia
Industrial School at Beaumont
were present and were enter
tained after the service in the
fe’lowship hall. Each was given
a present and there was food for
everyone.
Graceland Baptist Church
en’ertamed thirty Beaumont boys,
Old Church 40,' Muddy Creek
approximately 40, and Provi
dence Presbyterian 40, making a
total of 250 boys whose Christmas
was made happier by these
Chinches.
Miss Betty Sue Jessup, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam W. Parker and Edwi.i
Parker, of Charlottesville, were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr and
Mrs. W. R. Parker. The Rev
Chas. Cranford and family, and
the Celia family were also pre
sent for dinner.
Don't be a holiday statistic.
Think ho v milch it means to
your families to have you alive
and well during the Christmas
season. Remember this is a dan
gerous season and be careful.
limited time only!
T2. price sale
<
DESErT
FlPWER
DEODORANTS
CREAM or ROLL-ON
NOW!
50c
plus tax
reg. 1.00
Quality Deodorants with anti-perspirant action to keep you
fresh and dry 24 hours. No perspiration odor, damage or
stain. By Shulton.
AND... Get 6.00 value 6 Pak for 3.00 plus tax
GRAY’S DRUG STORE, INC.
"YOUR REXALL STORE"
PHONE EX 2-3145 N. MAIN ST.
FARMVILLE, VA.
GRAY'S TRULY a drug store
*
A PLEDGE . . .
to Our Community
of Health Service
Resolved: Our People
Shall Re the Healthi
est . . . Best Groomed
It is our professional duty, therefore our
obligation to the people of cur community,
to make available to them the finest and
most advanced products of medical science
to safeguard their lives or bring them comfort in time of sickness; to bring to
them the laboratory products they need for the care anti groomincf-of'their
person, and the chemical products that will solve their manifold problems
of household hygiene. If is our duty to keep abreast of the new developments
in all phases of this health and hygiene project and to disseminate^ informa
tion about them either to the people themselves or to their physicians, or
both, as each case may demand.
(
Singleness of Purpose
Means Dependable
Service.
We cherish our status as professional meri
and the naturally greater fitness it gives
us over the average distributor of goods
related to health, personal or household
hygiene, and goods of direct chemical association. We shall endeavor, there
fore, perpetually to resist encroachment of purely commerical and un
sympathetic activities that may dissipate our effectivness as technically
educated specialists, and shall devote such time and space thus gained to
the expansion of those services which fall within the fabric of our professed
sphere of specialization.
GRAY'S
PHONE EX 2-3145
DRUG STORE, INC.
"YOUR REXALL STORE"
N. MAIN STREET
FARMVILLE, VA.

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