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l ~4 - 2 large bunches each 35c PINK SEEDLESS -96s ... 10 for 49c FANCY [,Large Jumbo's) pt. box 39c MORTON'S HONEY BUNS - - 3 pkgs, $1.00 DONALD DUCK ORANGE JUICE .... 5 6-oz. cans 99c MORTON'S ASSORT. MEAT PIES .... 4 8-oz. pkgs. 89c ESSKAY'S FROZEN CHICKEN BACKS AND NECKS-- 5-1b. box 89c I SWANSDOWN ASSORT. CAKE MIXES- pkg. 29c McCORMICK'S PURE MAYONNAISE - pt. jar 35c DASH DOG FOOD . - - 6 1.15. cans 79c CH ASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE--22c Off - - lO-oz, jar $1:27 CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE--4c Off - - 1-15. can 69c YUBAN INSTANT COFFEE - 6-oz. jar 93c NESCAFE ...... 6-oz. jar 84c CAROUSEL ASSORT. - - 3 12-oz. cans 29c NEW SIZE PEPSI COLA--16-oz. bottle Plus State Tax -6 bottle ctn. 45c Plus State Tax P " IT'S WHITE'S FOR DS .ALWAYS" W, 31" W. WEST WASHINGTON STREET w CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II ,R LIBBYS POTTED MEATS-- Reg. 2- 27c--Save 22c - 9 33A-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS BEEF STEW--Reg. 49c-- Save 10c can - 24-oz. can 39c LIBBYS DARK BROWN BEANS--Reg. 2-29c Save74c - 10 14.oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS DARK BROWN BEANS.-Reg. 27c can-- Save 35c - 5 large 31-oz.cans $1.00 LIBBYS CLING PEACHES--Reg. 3 for $1.00-- Save 11c--3 large 31-oz. cans 89c LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE--Reg. 37c-- Save 11c--3 46.oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS TOMATO CATSUP--Reg. 22c bottle-- Save 10c--5 14-oz. bottles $1.00 LIBBYS MINT PINEAPPLE JUICE- Reg. 29c can--Save 16c--4 qts. $1.00 It $ LIBBYS VIM VEGETABLE JUICE-- Reg. 35c can--Save 40c--4 46-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS VIENNA SAUSAGE--Reg. 2 for 49c-- Save 23c--5 4-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS HAMBURGER DILL PICKLES-, Reg. 25c--Save 25c--5 12-oz. Jars $1.00 I I: KRAFT PURE APRICOT PRESERVES .. 4 18-oz. glasses $1.00 KRAFT PURE GRAPE PRESERVES 4 18-oz. glasses $1.00 KRAFT PURE PEACH PRESERVES - . 4 18-oz. glasses $1.00 KRAFT PURE GRAPE JELLY- 5 18-oz. glasses $1.00 KRAFT PURE APPLE JELLY . 5 18-oz. glasses $1.00 KRAFT PURE RED RASPBERRY PRESERVES -5 12-oz. glasses $1.00 KRAFT PURE GRAPE JELLY - - 6 l O-oz. glasses $1.00 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of $5.00 Order or More. 50 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of With Purchase of 1-Lb. E kays All 2-Lbs. Cheese Meat Franks 69c lb. 79c box 50 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of 4 Pkgs. Clearfield 1 Can Sonny Boy Sliced Cheese 2-Lb. Breaded Chocolate Syrup Special 29c Pkg, Shrimp $1.79 Box 19c can --- -- -- - ,~,~. vices Thursday at 2 p m. with - - --- .J~O'*.S'.J~QGde MRS. PAUL H. LISKEY Mrs. Margaret Pauline Liskey, wife of Paul H. Liskey of Mid- dleway, died Tuesday morning in General Hospital here following a long illness. She had worked as a practical nurse and was a member of Char les Town Presbyterian Church Born near Middleway on Nov. 6 1918, she was a daughter of Mrs. MaRie Gainor Drish and the late James W. Drish. Surviving are her husband, mo: ther and four chiLdren-Margaret K.. Paul W., David E. and James A. Liskey, all at home; four sis. ters-Mrs. Thomas Barron, Charles Town; Miss Mabel Drish and Mrs, John Henry, Summit Point; Mrs. Robert Liskey, Middleway; and three brothers-William Drish, Jef- ferson, Md.; Louis Drish, Summit Point; Woodrow Drish. Middle. way. The body was removed to the Melvin T. Strider Company Col. onial Funeral.Home here for ser- the Rev. Carlyle McDonald offic- iating. Burial will be in Edge Hill Cemetery. AGNES MAE MERCHANT Mrs. Agnes Mae Engle Mer. chant, 75, well known Jefferson Countian, who resided on the Shepherd Grade near Shepherds. town, died Sunday in Kings Dau. ghters Hospital in Martinsburg after an illness of four months. The deceased was born at Bak. erton April 16, 1886, a daughter of the late William Engle and El- izabeth Staley. Her husband, Oli. ver M. Merchant, died in 1946. She was a member of Trinity Me thodist Church, Martinsburg and of the W. S C. S. of the church. Surviving are one daughter- Mrs. Marion Myers, at the home; five sons-David Merchant, Samuel Street. Charles Town; Oliver Mer chant, Halltown; Rev. J. William Merchant of the Waverly Metho- dist Church, Baltimore, Md.: Don ald K. Merchant, Hagerstown. M4 and Robert Merchant. Charles Town; one sister, Mrs. Harry Trus sell, Charles Town and 23 grand ehldren and two separate grand. chldren. Rites were held from the Mel- vin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home Monday at 3 p. m. with the Rev. Raymond Wood, pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church. Martinsburg, officiating. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Bearers were: James Moler, Charles Town; James H. Mayers of the Uvilla "section; Norman Cla baugh, Bryan Houser. Bakerton; Waltre Neely, Shepherdstown and George Ludwig and Howard My- ers. BARDsHAR SERVICE The funeral service for Mrs. Camilla Rutherford Bardshar, 76, widow of Henry Peck Bardshar of Los Angeles and a former resi. dent of Winchester, Va. will be Thursday at 11 a. m. in Mr. Heb, ron Cemetery conducted by the Rev. G. Raymond Womeldorf. Pallbearers will be H. W. Eb- crt, Jr., Gil,son G Baker Carlin Gray, Marshall W. Kline. Charles R. Keeler and Beverly B. Wright. Mrs, Bardshar died in Los An. geles, April 6 following a brief illness. She--was born in Frederick County, eldest daughter of the late Albert G. Rutherford and Vir ginia Boyd Rutherford She lived at 332 S. Manhattan Place, Los Angeles with her sisters, the Miss es Volina, Folorenee and Cornelia Rutherford who survive. Two other sisters, Mrs. Elsie Love Gluck of Sherman Oal~, Calif. and Mrs. Dorothy~ Richard of Ar- lington and two brothers, John Albert Rutherford of Orlando, Fla. and Vernon E. Rutherford of Santa Maria, Calif. survive also. Mrs. Bardshar was a charter member of the Fort Loudoun Chapter, Daughters of American Colonists and several geaneologi- cal and historical societies. MRS. MARY C. WARE Mrs. Mary Coleman Ware, 11 Rice street, Brryville, Va. died Tuesday, May 2 at her home. ~She was born Jan. 31, 1895, in Bakerton, a daughter of the late Charles B. and Sarah Loudan Coleman She was the widow of Ralph M. Ware, who was presi- dent of the First National Bank of Berryville until his death in 1958. The deceased was active in corn munity affairs, having taken an active part in the Auxiliary of the Lloyd Williams American Le- gmn Post No. 41, of Berryville; an active member of Duncan Memor- ial Methodist Church and the Sen ior Woman's Club of Berryville. Surviving are a soa, Ralph M. Ware of Richmond, Va.; a sister, Mrs. Ella C. Brown of Winchester, Va.; and three grandchildrn. Rites will be held Frfday, May 5 at 3 p. m. DST, at the John H. Enders Funeral Home in Berry- ville, Va. with the Rev. Earl J. Lewis, pastor of the Duncan Mem- orial Church, officiating. Burial will be in Green Hill Cemetery in Berryville. Friends are invited to call at the Enders Funeral Home to see the remains. MRS. B. L. BYERS Mrs. Alice G. Byers, 87, of Char les Town and Winchester, Va., wi dow of Benjamin L. Byers, died early Wednesday at Hillcrest Nur sing tIome where she had been a patient since April, 1960. Her hus band died Feb. 2, 1960. She was born in Clarke County, a daughter of the late John D. Wright and. Ann J. Cochrane , Wright. She was a member of the SoCiety of Friends of HopewelL Survivors include a sister Mrs, Nellie W. Hoffman of Winches- ter; a nephew, Richard L. Brom- ley of Clarke County and four nie ces, Mrs. Virginia Daugherty of Winchester, Mrs. Thomas F. Har- desty and Miss Fairfax Hardesty of Richmond and Mrs. Albert Ma- gruder of Bethesda, Md. Funeral arrangements are in- complete. JOHN B. RICHARDSON The Rev. Allen L. Bartlett, Jr. new rector of Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town, conducted graveside services today (Thurs- day) for John Beale Richardson, a native of Charles Town, who died Oct. 20, 1960 in Long Island, N. Y. He was bora Nov. 9, 1895, a son of the'late Dr. Charles T. Richardson, who practiced medi- cine in Charles Town from 1866 to 1901. The deceased went to New York as a young man and later became a partner in the Brook erage Firm of Benjamin-Fergus- on and Richardson: He had been SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 8--A i THURSDAY, living a retired life for some years Surviving are his wife, Louise McFarland Richardson, a daugh- ter of well known Jefferson county family A sister Miss Mary E. Richardson of Washington, D. C. and a brother Alexandria H. Richardson of Omaha, Neb. Camp Hill Methodist To Observe 132nd. nniversary Sunday The Camp Hill Methodist Chur- :h in Harpers Ferry will observe its 132nd anniversary Sunday of this week. Guest.speaker for the occasion will be Dr. William Speg, profes- sor of Education from Shepherd College. Dr. Speg has long been active in church affairs. Miss Sallie Watson from the Leetown Methodist Church will be the guest soloist. The 'public s invited to the service at 11:00 a. m. (DST). RUMMAGE SALE IN OLD PENNEY The Ladies of roll Class of the Methodist Church Rumrpage Sale day, May 5 and 6 Penney Building Street Any preciated. BROWNIE MET AT Brownie Troop RaBson met for ig m. in the Sunday the Lutheran The troop held ing and then thing for Mothers After singing meeting closed Good-by Song. USE THE