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Packed Ideal Coffee '" can 2-1b can $1.35 WHOLE KERNEL 12-oz cans Ideal Ideal Ideal dr. cans qi~ 9 4.0, qqc Ideal ~n cans li~ll/ 2--=,49, Ideal cans Ideal 2 oan, 7-oz ,o., 3 o...Sl large C Crisp head, Large Juicy Florida Temple Fancy mmm xaaaa aaaaaaaa ; Ideal 2 39" pkgs taaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaw~law~la2 Ideal ctns , C. doz ige bch Donald Duck 5 "'99" can, Reg. 24 Virginia Lee Bakery Treate! Virginia Lee pkg k)af.-..Speclal each each Rag. 59 Virginia Lee Glenwood Pure Apple- Grape .Ib Jar Mussolman'e 24,-oz J=r C / her husband. She is survived by a niece, Mrs. Alice Earle Hayes of West New- ion, Mass. and two nephews, S. Preston Smith and C. Manning WASH Smith of Charles Town; a great Manning Wash nephew Rolfe G. Hayes who re- late Francis Jack sides at Vinton Farm. She was a Laura Cowan Man. member of Zion Episcopal Chur- afternoon at ch, Charles Town. Home in Charles Funeral services will be held Was 87 and had been from the Melvin T. Strider Colon- ~g health for several ial Funeral tIome in Ranson, this afternoon at 4, with interment in Sed was born and Farm" her an- near Charles Town. L. Wash of Va. and then mov to Charles after the death Edge ttill Cemetery. The Rev. George LeMoine, rctor of the Mar tinsburg Episcopal Church will officiate. Bearers will be E. L. McDonald, Jr., James W. Strider, Philip T. Porterfield, Jr., Henry B. Dayen. port, J. Glenn Brown, J. Black- well Davis, Robert E. O. McCor- mick and Leeds K. Riely. GEORGE F. THALWITZER Word was received here last week by Mrs. Ella G. Hardy, Ran- son of the death of a nephew-- George F. Thalwitzer, 66, of Bal- timore, Md. which occurred at his home on Elm Avenue on Feb. 7, after a lingering illness. Mr. Thalwitzer, a retired em- ployee of Standard (~il Company, ~s survived by his widow, former- ly Miss Jessie Derry of Jefferson County. Other survivors are: one sister, Mrs. Bertha Muhl, one daughter, Mrs. Jack Latham, one son, George F. Thalwitzer, Jr. and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sat urday morning from the Seitz Funeral Home in Baltimore, the Rev. G. W. Pferderfort offieiat, ing with interment in St. Mary's Cemetery, Hampden. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Death of Mrs. King Mrs. Georgia King, age 71 years died on Friday evening at the Charles Town General Hospital after being taken there by am- bulance on Wednesday morning from the.home of her niece'Mrs. Edna Piper whom she had been living with for the past eleven years. In ill health for several months Mrs. King suffered a stroke onWednesday. She was the last member of the late Frank and Margaret Everhart's family. She leayes one daughter Mrs. :Evelyn Evans and four grand- children of Illinois and a good number of nephews and nieces. Funeral services were held on~ Tuesday evening at 2 at the Sil- ver Grove Methodist Church with her pastor the Rev. C. W. Lloyd as the speaker. Burial was in the adjoining cemetery. Mrs. King will be greatly missed in and a- round our comnmnity. She was faithful to her Sunday School and church when the weather was pretty. Our sympathy is extended to the relatives. Mr .and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and daughter Norma were guests recently with the formers sister and brother-in-law Mr .and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs at Jefferson Ave. in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children were visitors recent ly with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman and family in Middleway. Mrs. Mabel Gift of Sharpsburg, Md. spent the wekend with her daughter-in-law Mrs. Gladys Gift and two children. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weston and daughter of Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Louise Howell and daughter Linda of Chestnut Hill were Sun- day guests with Mr. and Mrs. Jun ior Grove and family. SPIRIT THURSDAY, Ruby Staubs Birthday Miss Ruby Staubs celebrated her fifthteen birthday on Satur. day evening with a party given her by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs. Games were play ed. Refreshments served and Ruby received many nice gifts. Those present to help were Jan- ice, Judy, Doris, Juanita, Paul, Cogle, Wanda, Curtis, Paula, Dar lene Everhart. Paul Wilson, Doug las, Ray nad I,yle Cook, Jerry Ev- erhart, Larry Bussard, Marshall Lon~,erbeam-,, and Ronald Rodgers David, Gary, Linda, Randall and Sandra Staubs, Mrs. Leona Staubs Mrs. Delma Staubs and son Louie OF JEFFERSON rmmum ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 16, 1961 3--A land her parents. An enjoyable ev ening was well spent by all. Mr. Vincent Cook of Washing- ton is visiting with his mother and family Mrs. Elsie Cook. Mr, Earl Rodgers of Brunswick, Md. was a visitor on Saturday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers. ' Mrs. Beulah Pearson and son of Charles Town was a guest with her sister and family Mr. and . Mrs. Junior Grove. Mrs. Mildred Cogle is again on the sick list and under the doe- itors care. We do pray that Mil. dred will soon be enjoying good health again real soon. \