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DOLLAR ALE SA |"iNGS IN THE FROZEN FOODS IIEPARTMENI" Ideal Brand Frenched Green Beans 5 10-OZSl.0 o pkgs Ideal Brand Cut Green Beans $1 tiff pkgs jL.-.v Ideal Brand 6 10-oz Sl.Oo pkgs Tasty HAWAIIAN PUNCH SlOO Cherry or Apple Pies Your Choice @ $ | e e a | | @ eoeeeeoooo eeoeeoooeeeeoaeeee eeeoeooo oeooee SALE OF DELVALE I/2-gal ctn IC ICE CREAM S ec,a,, Ideal Brand 10 oz pkgs Donald Duck 6 oz cans FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE 5 " 89c SLICED STRAWBERRIES Z - 49c Seabrook Farms 10 oz pkg BROCCOLI SPEARS Sea ook Farms 10-oz pkg 29c BABY LIMA BEANS " 29c : WIN-CREsTMild'Mellow Coffee eag . CreamSWeet 7 2C A \ ~1~~-= ~I~)~[~KII~ or Seeded Special! JL~ ee: :,,, BUTTE! l ;~; ~__ -"" "-"-" ~'" "''''',o., ..,. your copy 16 oz r d 2 loaves Flavorfu-' l -" = RICHLAND BUTTER FarmdaleBea " $9 IGAN, PEAT 10 Regular 45c SPANISH _ --. :: I! ASCO COFFEE_ 02 0s1'79BAR CAKES s.ci., Kk; L GREEN STAMP ; I l\ w"l Heavier Bodied g SEI,D, GlensJde Park, S s1'49.,b*s .2 Chocolate Iced. .r : Coffee c'.\ FEn rILIZ] .R $0.,.= S 9 CHI FaN CAKES .ch gl' | 2-=b ca. SIL.3S . DELU- R- ARY "'FR E - -PEf'IAL! B@Ki,. No.OnSalelSectionsl-,4 lUustratedOld M.ter.' Ed,t,o. ,sec""' . . .,,,...,,. JellyStreussel, Coffee KAM-KAP GRILLS NOW Only S3.44 CHARCOAL ..NOS,OROsR,NO 20 $ ! .Z9 I0 69c ; JUST REDUCED--18-INCH with nRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINE ' Cakes or Orange Runs I= Impulse Starter, YOUR CHOICE Easy Adjust Wheels to Each ....... -~ ')(."~----- -- I -- Change Cutting Height ' FAMILY CIRCLE MAGAZINE SA R" ' I0 .O9 BI I 'l BII | II .... THURSDAY OPEN MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. Me AND FRIDAY 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.----SATuRDAY 8:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. I ghters of Bolivar and. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Johnston near Charles ]Mrs. David Gageby and 'baby of Town. Lena " " I near Charles Town visited Mr.] We are glad to note that Mr. AInl)rose land Mrs. Dave Gageby Sunday i James Myers is home from the I' Mr. and Mrs Howard Kirby and I King Daughters Hospital in Mar- I family of Halltown visited Mr. ltinsburg" He is doing very good an: Mrs. Wayne and Mrs. Bill Gift Sunday. I now. He was a medical patient The Charles Mrs. Mabel Harding spent the there for a week. Hospital a fine is their second s. Marvin K. Breed were visitors Sun- Mrs. Leonard daughter in Char Bill Potts and dau weekend in Rockville, Md. with. Mr. and Mrs. Neate Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and and son Larry of Charles Town had built there on the Couple of acres of ground he kept on his farm which he recently sold to; Mr. Frank Kidwiler.' DEA 1903 and is survived by his wife, Friday morning in Riverton for Martha Hummer, two sons, Fran- Mrs. Ridley whose parents were cis and Grover Lee in Winston Salem, one brother Clyde in Char les Town and a grandchild Fun- eral arrangements had not been made at the time this newspaper went to press Thursday at noon. MRS. CHRISTINE RIDLEY j the late George Steptoe and May Alexander Washington. Survivors include three daugh- ters, Miss Elizabeth Ridley, Miss Christine Ridley and Mrs. Robert Lippincott; one sister Mrs. Wil- liam H Cumpston and two bro- thers, Howard Washington and Graveside services will be held DeHurtburn Washington. at Zion Church cemetery at 3 o'clock afternon for Mrs. Christ- MRS. FREDERICK W, ROLLINS ine Washington Ridley, widow ofI Mrs. Marieanne Evelyn Rollins Lincoln Ridley who died Tuesday.wife of Frederick W. Rollins of at her home in Riverton, N.J. Martinsburg died Monday at 11:25 Funeral services will be held 'p~ m. in King's' Daughters Hospit SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Fz m ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1961 3--A e al where she had been a patint since March 11 following a long illness. A native of the county she was born on April 24, 1876 a daughter of the late-George Francis and Fannie E. Sutton Walker. She had resided in Manassas, Va. moving to Jefferson county in 19~ and to Martinsburg in 1942. She was a member of Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town. Surviving are her husband, at home; two daughters-Misses Es- ther E. and Inez H. Rollins, at home; sister, Miss Bessie Walk, er, 219 South Raleigh street; and a number of nieces. Services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the Brown Funer- al Home with the Rey. George F. LeMoine and the Rev. J. Ra~,aond Wood officiating. Burial will in Rosedale Cemetery,