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BENEFIT SALE OFFERS A CHANCE TO FURNISH A HOME

Oct. 21, 2001 – If you're in the market for furniture, accessories or art, here's a benefit warehouse sale for you. Mark your calendar for noon Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Bovoni Self-Storage Warehouse.
The sale, sponsored by the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, will feature items ranging from a recliner to a cedar chest, with practically everything in between you might need to furnish a home.
Condition of items ranges from almost-new to seen-better-days, according to a release from the congregation. Prices range from $1 to $1,000, with most in the $20 to $50 category.
Need to eat? There's a glass-top metal table and matching chairs set and a set of four matching caned dining room chairs. There's a brand new, fancy hotplate, and an art-glass cutting board.
Need to sit? Included are a recliner, and a sofa and matching loveseat with throw pillows.
Need to pay your bills? There are at least two desks: an antique one, and a pine one made on St. Thomas in the 1940s.
Need to put things away? Check out a bedroom chest, a cedar chest, a set of closet organizing baskets and a dresser.
Now that you can sit and rest, consider what you might hang on your walls: The art offerings are very international. Among the choices are some Javanese monotypes, two Russian pieces, a Japanese triptych and several original oils ranging in price from $50 to $200, including one by Mitzi Henne of two St. Thomas boys.
You can shop and buy until 5 p.m. -– unless everything is sold earlier. It will be a pay-and-take sale, according to the release, so purchasers should be prepared to take whatever they buy with them.
More information is available at the Synagogue at 774-4312.

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Oct. 21, 2001 – If you're in the market for furniture, accessories or art, here's a benefit warehouse sale for you. Mark your calendar for noon Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Bovoni Self-Storage Warehouse.
The sale, sponsored by the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas, will feature items ranging from a recliner to a cedar chest, with practically everything in between you might need to furnish a home.
Condition of items ranges from almost-new to seen-better-days, according to a release from the congregation. Prices range from $1 to $1,000, with most in the $20 to $50 category.
Need to eat? There's a glass-top metal table and matching chairs set and a set of four matching caned dining room chairs. There's a brand new, fancy hotplate, and an art-glass cutting board.
Need to sit? Included are a recliner, and a sofa and matching loveseat with throw pillows.
Need to pay your bills? There are at least two desks: an antique one, and a pine one made on St. Thomas in the 1940s.
Need to put things away? Check out a bedroom chest, a cedar chest, a set of closet organizing baskets and a dresser.
Now that you can sit and rest, consider what you might hang on your walls: The art offerings are very international. Among the choices are some Javanese monotypes, two Russian pieces, a Japanese triptych and several original oils ranging in price from $50 to $200, including one by Mitzi Henne of two St. Thomas boys.
You can shop and buy until 5 p.m. -– unless everything is sold earlier. It will be a pay-and-take sale, according to the release, so purchasers should be prepared to take whatever they buy with them.
More information is available at the Synagogue at 774-4312.