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m / / "rHAT MAKE THE MEAL[ X- WHITE'S D$ ALW" # WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. H E I N Z LUZIANNE INSTANT COFFEE -2-oz. jar 24c - 10 16-oz. cans $1.00 MAXWELL HOUSE LUCKY LEAF CHERRY OR INSTANT COFFEE .... 6-oz. jar 93c RAISIN PIE MIX - 3 No. 2 cans $1.00 N E S C AF E ..... 6-oz. jar" 83c OLD VIRGINIA ! . HOUSE LORDS TEA BAGS - - ctn. 48s" 29c ASSORTED PRESERVES -5 12oz. glasses $1.00 . T R E E T--ARMOURS - - 2 12-oz. cans 89c LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE 4 46 oz. cans $1.00 SONNY BOY . MAXWELL HOUSE CHOCOLATE SYRUP - - 12 oz. can 19c OFFEE - - - - 2 lb. can $1.3Y . . STERLING SALT - - 26'oz. round box 10c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE . 2 lb. can $1.39 L U Z I A N N E . CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE-- C O F F E E-10c Off - - 2 lb. can $1.39 22c off Label . 10-oz. jar $1.37 YUBAN INSTANT COFFEE - - 6.oz. jar 99c 50 FREE STAMPS I'0 FREE STAMPS I SO FREE STAMPS'I,o FREE STAMPS I'0 FREE STAMPS I'0 FREE STAMPS I With Purchase of I With Purchase of I1' With Purchase of I w,,. Purchase of I With Purchase of I w,,. Purchase of I ~Lbke2sHkamY | Br2"aLb'd F~triailp " | 40"OZ~allPpCkage 1 2"Lb~e:hefpD:le~te' | Dairy Broom | $5o00 MOrdeer I - _ - -- J',,,,OOCr.~'~ ust 2, 1911, daughter of Mrs. Lula R. Maxel and the late Charles DEATHS Maxell. She was a member of the Char- ~,t~e,,~,,~.r,s,~,r,s,~,r,~',~,~e'~, les Town Presbyterian Church. ROBERT A. VANVACTER Surviving are: her husband at the home; one daughter, Mrs. For Robert A. Vanvacter, 68, West rest D. Sheets, Arlington, Va.; "Washington Street, Charles Town mother, in Ranson; and two died Tuesday in Charles Town granddaughters-Cynthia and Ama General Hospital after an illness of two weeks. He was born at the Boomery near Mechanicstown, July 17, 1892 a son of R. A. Vanvacter and Florence Hill. He had been retir ed for some time after having worked for years at the Ambrose Packing Shed. He was a member of the Methodist Church and the Citizen's Fire Company. He was also an outstanding fisherman, "spending much time on the Shen- andoah River. Surviving are his wife, Anna Sophie Vanvacter; a stepson, Jack Grove, Baltimore, Md.; and a sis- ter. Mrs. Lottie Whittington, Fla. Funeral services were held this afternoon (Thursday) at 3 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colon- ial Funeral Home in Ranson, the Rev. Russell Urquhart, pastor of the Charles Town Methodist Chur ch officiating. Burial was in Edge Hill Cemetery, in Charles Town. Bearers were: Dick IIough, Jerry Bost, Dr. Harry Morris. 'Harry Ashcraft all of C]aarles iTown, Robert McCarty, Kearneys ville and Marshall Orndorff of Chares Town. MR,~, AIJCE SAGER Mrs. Alice Virginia Maxell Sa- ger, 50, wife of Ralph W. S. Sager died in Charles Town General Hospital Saturday evening. She was born in Ranson Aug- nda Sheets. Services "were held from the Smith and Strider Funeral Home Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. conducted by her pastor, the Reverend Car- lyle A. McDonald. Interment was in Edge Hill Cemetery. The family has requested that all memorials be given to the Charles Town Presbyterian Chur- ch Building Fund. WILMER ELMER OTT Wilmer Elmer Ott, 55 of the Mountain Mission section of Jef- ferson County, died Saturday in Charles Town General Hospital after an illness of about 16 mon- ths. The deceased was born Feb. 28 1905 in the Mountain Mission sec tion of Jefferson County, a son of John Elmer Ott and Annie Jenkins. He was a carpenter by trade and a member of the Pen- tecostal Church. Surviving are his wife, Martha Elmer Wood Ott, two daughters, Delores Ann and Velma Ardell Ott and a son, John Edward Ott all of the Mountain Session sec- tion. Three sisters-Mrs. Clara Abel and Mrs. Velma Harding, l.,oth of Virginia and Mz's. Ehaer Hardy, Lovettsville, Va.; and a scon Russell Oft also of Virginia also survive. Services were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the Murrell Hill Methodist Church, The Rev. C. W. Lloyd, pastor officiating. Bur- ial was made-in Murrell Hill Cem etery. FRANK WILLIAMS Frank Williams, 86, a retired farmer, died Wednesday at his home in Shepherdstown. He was born in Loudoun Coun ty, Va. in 1874, a son of the late Robert and Annie Williams. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. John Shackelford, Shepherdstown and a brother" Cecil Williams of Shepherdstown. The body is at the Sudley Fun- eral Home m Shepherdstown from where services will be held Saturday morning at 11. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. SMALL INFANT Tracy Lynn Small, one month old son of Mr. Stanley Small and June E. Whitmore Small of Ran- son. who died Jan. 18 in Charles Town General Hospital. In addition to his parents, the infant was survivdd by a brother Stanley D. Small at the home. Services were held Friday from the Melvin T. ,Strider Colonial Funeral home in Ranson, the Rev Russell Urquhart, pastor of the Charles T~)wn Baptist Church, of- ficiating. Burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gardens near Martinsburg. JOSEPH I. TRIPLE'IT, JR. mm~.: Joseph I. T~iplett Jr., rc~ired Jacksonville, Fla. lawyer and hor- ticulturist, owner of historic Wild ~Goose Farm near Shepherdstown died Monday evening in King's t Daughters. Hospital in Martins- ' burg. I ober. He moved to Jefferson CountyI The deceased was born in Clar a number of years ago but retain ke County, Va. July 10, 1879 a ed ownership of Florida Narciss- daughter of the late James G. Wi us Corporation in Jacksonville, ley and Mary Jane Huff. specializing in narcissus bulbs for Surviving are seven children- world shipment. Mrs. Clara Mae Elsea, Mrs. Hes- A native of Cynthia, Ky. he was ter Willingham, Mr. Wilson Bell, born on November 1, 1885, a son Mrs. Pauline Zombro and Mrs. of the late Rev. John Edwin and Alma Wlllingham all of Berry. Anna Johnston Triplett. He attended Shepherd College and was graduated from Wash- ington and Lee University and the New York University Law School. He was a member of Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity and the Florida Bar Association. A 32nd Degree Mason, he was a member of W. B. Barnett Lodge No. 187, A. F. and A. M.; Jackson ville Consistory, Valley of the Orient; Morocco Temple of the Shrine; and the Florida Yacht Club in Jacksonville and the Pres byterian Church and Men's Club in Shepherdstown. Surviving are three sons-Wil. liam H. Triplett, Metaire, La.; Jo seph I. Triplett, III, Orange Park Fla.; Edward Triplett, Orlando, Fla.; and a daughter Mrs. Julie Huston, Washington, D. C. The body will be removed from the Smith and Strider Memorial Funeral Home here to the late home near Shepherdstown where services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. with his pastor, the Rev. J. Andrew Gullick, officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Ceme- tery, Shepherdstown. MARTHA ELLEN BELL Martha Ellen Bell, 81, of Berry ville, Va, widow of the late Geo- rge W. Bell, died Wednesday at the Pentecostal Home in Harpers Ferry after an illness since Oct- ville, Va.; Mr. Harry Bell and George Bell of Charles Town; one sister, Mrs. Maxy Mercer of Har- pers Ferry also survives. The remains are at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson from where services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m. the Rev. Charles P. Monticure, officiating. Burial will be in Green Hill Cemetery in Berryville. HARRY ROBERT WELSH Harry Robert Welsh, 46 of Charles Town an employee of the E. E. Fairchild Company plant in Hagerstown, Md. died Wednes~lay in Charles Town General Hospit- al following an illness of about one year. The deceased was born in the Darke section of Jefferson Coun- ty, June 5, 1914, a son of James Robert Welsh and Effie Elizabeth Hoffmaster. He was employed for a time at the Millville plant of the Stand- ard Lime and Cement Company and later at the Fairchild plant. He is a member of the Shenan- doah Junction Methodist Church. In addition to his parents and wife, Lillian Elizabeth Welsh of Charles Town, he is survived by two daughter, s-Charlotte R. Welsh of Spurlock and Martha Louise Welsh, Charles Town; and one grandchild. ~Fivei sisters- Mrs. I Charles Thompson, Kearneysvil- le; Mrs. HOward White, Freder- i ick, Md.; Mrs. William Hyatt, Pay i ton, Utah; Mrs. Joseph Thompson Elkton, Md.; and Mrs. Hilda Har- dy Washington, D. C.; and a son C. W. Welsh of Baltimore, Md. also survive. The body is at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson and it will be taken to the Williams Memorial Methodist Church in Shenandoah Junction Saturday morning for services at 11 a. m. by the Rev. James Smith. Burial will be in Edge Hill Ceme- tery in Charles Town. NANNIE LOUISE McKEE Mrs. Nannie Lee McKee, widow Of the late Walter Lee McKee of RFD, Kearneysville, died early this morning in Charles Town General Hospital after an illness since last October. The deceased was born Sept. 28, 1884, near Staunton, Va., a i daughter of Edward Hensell and the late Fannie Hensell. She was a member of the Lutheran Chur- ch. Surviving are two daughters- Mrs. Annie Shewbridge at the home; Mrs. James Blue of Shen- andoah Junction; and Edward M. McKee, Sr., of Kearneysville. Thir teen grahdchildren and one bro- ther, Nice Lee Hensell, Riverdale Md. also survive. The body is at the Sudley Fun eral Home in Shepherdstown from where services wil be held Saturday at 1 p. m. by the Rev. John Grissinger, pastor of the Shepherdstown Lutheran Church. Burial will be in Elmwood Ceme l tery in Sh'epherdstown. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS A] 8--A THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, ur-~- -- ------- ~ t~ J y Completes Mr a e , . R mey said th From Page 1-- A has already taken over of printing Was[ingt and entered pleas of not guilty, ~'uides for tourists and while a third man remains on the hoped that other wanted list. The two men who were in court yesterday morning Dempsey Jackson, who is charged with grand larceny and with jail breaking, and Raymond Howell who is charged with breaking and entering and jail breaking, both entered pleas of not guilty yester day morning and their cases were set for trial.LLeonard With row Fraley,' who was also indic- ted last October, is still at large ions can be lined up for at the local plant. Mr. Ramey and Mr. have for some time been ing guides on hotel and ants in and around and it is these are now being printed in Mrs. Leeds K. behalf of the West versity Conservation and an order was issued for his asking the coo apprehension. Another case carried over from the last Term of oCurt is the case of State vs James T. Moten, Mo- ten was indicted last October on a charge of unlawful WOl~nding growing out of a shooting fracas in the Duffields area last Sum- mer. Yesterday afternon he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and was given six morrths in the county jail. ' Chamber From Page 1 Tell Plans Both spoke briefly on their plans for expanding the business. Woodruff said plans are to de- velop the Ranson plant~ into a large agency printing business and that he and Mr. Ramey hope in the future to be able to have a volume of printing large enough toreqUire at least two and pos- 10nly the Chamber of but all other groups izations of the three teachers to the this year. She said two ,one school teacher was the Workshop from this Last year two were sent year it is hoped that go so there will be Shepherdstown, one pers Ferry and one from Town. Mrs. Riely also put ir~ for support of the annUa~ and Garden Tour to this year in April Shenandoah . Potomac Council. As the closing event gram a series of color recorded narration story of the rise of this country and it's free society were shown' Go TO CHURCH