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Ham0 0'"+97c I Acme Quality LEGS Frying ib Chickens BREASTS All Flavors Sunnyde!l -gal ctn Extra Special Brands Sales i 16-OZ 9Oc Ideal an8 ~[" l~l 16-oz qOC Ideal cans IMIq~ Ideal Assorted pkgs C '0e" ''49 27-0z C Ideal cane 7-o= Ideal cans Ideal Brand 8-oz C CSfl8 Ideal Fancy 4.oz can C March Issue Now on Sale Only C ARMOUR'S STAR 16~z can C ARMOUR'S STAR Get Details on Seabrook Farm's WINGO FRENCH FRIES $eabrook 2 9-oz pkgs 39C WHOLE LEAF SPINACH Seabrook 2 10-oz pkgs 39c ,t +J ,i la::s Nathaniel and Rebecca, Bur- t4ATTIE CLIPP Conard. W. VA. US ANYTIME AT CAPITOL 9 - 4176 Clipp, widow of She was a member of Charles p, died Monday Town Presbyterian Church. Hospital here where Surviving are six nieces and a nephew-Mrs. Lena Knight, Char- een a patient for 18 les Town; Mrs. Mary Hollis, Mar- tinsburg; Mrs. Edna Fra.n~is, Richmond, Va.; Miss Evelyn Con- E, WRIGHT rad, Mrs. Herbert Harrison and Mrs. Mabel Harkins of Philadel- phia, Pa.; and John F. Ambrose g Service Charles Town, Services will be laeld Thursday at 11 a. m. at the Smith and Stri- der Memorial Funeral Home here with her pastor, the Rev. Carlyle A. McDonald; officiating. Burial will be in Edge Hill Cemetery. Bearers will b~: Clay MSCor- mick, Harry Smootz, George Frye, Charles We]ler, Franklin Doven- muehle and Melvin Whittington. days, MILTON BAUMGARDNER "services were held on Monday. Md. and a number of nieces and In memory of Mrs. George P. A native and life long resident Word was received here recent Unmarried, he is survived ~EY. nephews also one aunt Mrs. Rob-Shirley from Mr. and Mrs. Franki of Charles Town, she was born ly of the death of Milton J. Baum a sister Mrs. Jacob N. Zinn, ert Cooksey of Charles Town. , Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. on May 81 1880, a daughter of the gardner, former resident of Jet- Samuel St., brother, Thomas . He was a member of the First Riley, Mr and Mrs. Herman Wil- ferson County, which occurred Baumgardner, Charles Town R. Methodist Church in Duquesne, lis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Glo- Fratern]t Installed Feb. 13 in Calgary, Canada. F.D. Eleven nieces and five ne- Pa. where he resided prior to ver, Miss Helen V. Martin, Mr. Born in uarroH county, Md. he phews, moving to Schellsburg and was and Mrs. Augustine J. Todd, ~ was the son of the late Samuel Two nieces, Mrs. Richard Dail- also a member of Malta Lodge Clearwater, Florida, Mrs. Byron At Sheg~mmerd Co~]~ge P. and Sar~lh Dutrow Baumgard- ey, Charles Town and Miss Miary No. 80 F. & A. M. Charles Town. B. Norton, Elizabeth, N. J. ner. He came to Jefferson County Baumgardner Ipava, Ill. left by Services were held Tuesday, as a young man and lived with plane last Wednesday to com- Feb. 21 at 2 p. m. at Mickle Fun- his brother the late George D. Baumgardner becoming well known in the county while ser- ving as Postmaster at Halltown. He went to the Province of Al- berta, Canada in 1904 and be- eral Home in Schellsburg in char ge of Rev. E. H. Miller D. D. Interment was in Dry Ridge Cemetery, Mann Choice Road. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCAT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961 3--A omics Departments of Shepherd included Mr. Harry P. Louden, Mr. Charles F. Printz also of Charles Town and Mr. W. R. Tha~ chef. In memory or Mrs. v'ineta 0. The International, Professional Whitmore from Mr. T. J. West, [Business Fraternity of Delta Sig Advertise In The Kplrlt.Adv~at~ Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Reynolds, ]ma Pi installed the Epsilon Kap- [Baltimore, Md. l pa Chapter to its list of 108 act- ~O~'2t~---~---'----'~-~-:-~:~:=: ]In memory of Mrs. Mary Eliz-live chapters throughout North .~i~0T )R( ~ ff ]abeth Atkins ' from Mrs. Sire- ]America, February 18 at the Shen I monn'sHome Room Ninth grade, l andoah Hotel, Martinsburg, West i In menmry of Mrs. Antionnette [Virginia. Established in lit07 at , ALE8 and SERVICE ~.M. Wash from Mrs. Herman H. New York University, this Frater- ttuyett, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. nity has grown steadiiy and now W EB BsS Christian, Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Porterfield, Jr. People who fly into a rage al- wys make a bad landing. Truth has only to change hands a few times to become fiction. represent the leading Profession at Business Fraternity in the nat. RADIO -- TELEVISION-- ion+ APPLIANCES One Charles Town student, Ra- mon Alvarez was among the Charles Town, W. VIL 27 initiates. Newly initiated advis West W~la~Olt ~trll~ ors from the Business and Econ .... -- ....... ...........