Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 9, 1974 · Page 112
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 112

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SALE ENDS WED JUNE 12th Two pick-up solid body ELECTRIC GUITAR Steel reinforced laminated neck with rosewood fingerboard. Adjustable neck and bridge. Tremolo tailpiece. Volume and tone controls. Decorated pickguard and high lacquer sunburst finish body. FOLK SINGER GUITAR Reg. 35.88 SALE Concert size body for full rich sound. This is the folk-singer's guitar, easy to play and suitable for any type of music. Neck is steel reinforced and the body made of multi-ply hardwoods, finished with beautiful veneer. -The surface is protected with high gloss lacquers Adjustable bridge for fast action. Decorated pickguard and sound hole trim. Steel strings! Reg. 48.86 SALE 39 88 WHILE QUANTITIES LAST MEN'S 6" WORK BOOT Reg. 9.97 Men's work shoes, PVC Oil resistant sole and heel, moc toe , foam cushion insole, brown. Men's sizes. GUITAR This beautiful intermediate siz guitar is manufactured with unique wild-grain wood appearance. This finish gives the guitar a very expensive appearance and a uniqueness, no two are exactly alike. The beautiful spruce grain top has a mosaic decoration around the sound hole, the guitar is equipped with six steel strings, adjustable bridge and a beautiful decorated pick-guard. SALE MEN'S BOY'S BASKETBALL SNEAKERS White cotton canvas sneakers. Full cushion innersoles, b a s k e t b a l l sole. Men's and boy's sizes. Special Purchase $ f 50 MEN'S TOE CAP OXFORD Reg 8.97 00 Men's. 5 eyelet Blucher Oxford, brown giain brown smooth leather. PVC sole, men's sizes. NOW 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN CHARLESTON 6531 MocCORKLE AVENUE S.E. CHARLESTON, WEST VA. 1701 FOURTH A VENUE PATRICK STREET PLAZA

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