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8--A THURSDAY, MAY 25. 1961 many yearsago. Mr. ttuyett was followed by Trainer.locker way accident on U. S. Route 340 Mpj. Thormon Perry who exhibi- about three miles West of ?har- ted various types of apparel worn 1515 I IW fl~ les Town, was buried in Edge tlill by ladies two generations ago. Killed, Driver Cemetery in Charles Town this These consisted of hussels, bras- morning (Thursday). Services icrs, frames for hoop skirts and | J e~tfleur- had heen hehl at 10 a. m. in SI. many olher accessories used by Of, Car James Catholic Church, withwomen to improve the looks of Father Clifford of St. J0~eph's their figures. The Major also re- Warren Carroll McNally, 21, a Catholic Church, officiating. IIe ]ated many amusing incidents that happened to certain men of horse trainer-jockey, who resided was a member of the Catholic that day. at the Turf Motel m Charles Church. Town and who was killed at 11149 McNatly, a native of Methuen, Lee Bushong was the last of Sunday night in a one-car high. Mass., was born May 2, 1940, a!these Citizens to speak, tie •told .... ] FierroS°n of OrieMeNally P' McNailYof Charlesand Julia[°fCharlesthesaid Townmany sinceimpr°vementShe was a boy.in T°wn" }He that one of the Kiwanis Surviving in addition to his pa- rents are two sisters .-- Mrs. Aud-I, proiects when he was president rey Holleman, Lexington Park, !was to get the Telephone Corn- Feed plants thru their leaves with Here's a full course for feeding plants and trees--11 different plant foods, a plant hormone, and five chelated metcfls. Com- pletely soluble in water, so plant food goes to work quicklye ~fishes plants completely. Can even be combined with insect|- clde$.. • to do two jobs in one spraying. Ideal for housepiants and transplants! 1 lb. box ONLY $,i.10 SEE YOUR LOCAL HOME GARDEN SUPPLIER Md.; Mrs. Jean Dwyer of Glen Oaks Village, N. Y. I McNally was a passenger in a 1957 Chevrolet station wagon be- ing driven by Donald Lucas Ne- brega, 22, of Audley Farms, Berry ville, Va. Nebrega was seriously injured and is a patient in the [Charles Town General }Iospital [suffering from colacussion and ] lacerationas. [ Charles Town State Trooper R. R. Truex said McNally died of a broken neck and that Nebrega was being charged with drunken driving and negligent homicide. Trooper Truex said Nebrega apparently lost control of his west i bound automobile and it skidded some 176 feet down the highway on one side, turned over on the other and skidded another two hundred feet across and down the highway. Damage to the car a- mounted to about $1,000. The car was registered to Man- uel F. Nebrega of Audley Farms, Berryville. Senior Citizens Tell Of Past Happenings At the regular meeting of the Kiwanis Club which was held in the Thomas Jefferson Hotel last Thursday evening it was decided to hold a Ladies Night some time in Jun~ to celebrate the Clubs 35 anniversary. The club was char- tered June 4th, 1926. A check of ticket sales of the park lunches for May 30, showed that the project is coming along nicely. Robert Elmer of the Charles Town Race Course was the guest of "Chuck" Kisner. Dick Adams introduced three of Charles Town's Senior Citizens who were scheduled to put on the program. The first of these citi- zens to speak was Burns Ituyett who told of many amusing inci- ~ents and stories of happenings .... ANNOUNCES .... of Charles Town As Authorized Franchise Dealers For Hot-Point Appliances • in Jefferson County. Automatic Sepqrate 89 lb. Zero-Degree Freezer 28" Wide SEE THE COMPLETE LINE OF HOT-POINT REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, AIR-CONDITION- ERS, RANGES, D I S H W A SHERS, DISPOSALS, BUILT-IN EQUIPMENT, BASE BOARD HEAT AND OTHER APPLIANCES NOW AT... WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 370 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. pany to install modern phones in the homes and business places. This was in the early thirties and the phone company acted immed lately and installed modern Fren ch Phones, which took the place of the old time crank type of phone. CHARLES LEE JACKSON EXPIRES IN HOSPITAL Charles Lee Jackson, 69, of S. C;eorge Street, Charles Town died Wednesday night in Charles Town General Hospital after an illness of only a few days. The deceased was born in Jeff- erson County in 1891, a son of the late Thomas and Louise Jackson. Surviving are four sons---Alec and Thomas Jackson of Washing- ton, D. C.; and Charles Jackson, Jr., and Arehie Jackson of Char- les Town; also four daughters--- Mrs. Helen Kreamer, Mrs. Mary Puller, Mrs. Arissa Puller and Miss Corrine Jackson, all of Char- les Town. Two sisters---Mrs. Beulah Green of Blairion, W. va.; and Mrs. Carrie Shorts of Harrisburg, Pa.; and two brothers---Joseph Daniel Jackson of Harrisburg; and Lewis Jackson of Halltown, also survive along with 29 grandchildren. The body is at the Smith and Strider Memorial Funeral Home in Charles Town where it will remain until Sunday at 1:30 when it will be taken to Wain- right Baptist Church in Charles Town for services by the Rev. Matthew Hurley of Washington, D. C. Burial will be made in Mr. Pleasant Cemetery. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus The Episcopal Church women of St, John's Church met on Wed nesday evening of last week at the home of Mrs. Paul Chapman. The meeting was opened with de- votions after which the roll was called with each member answer- ing wilh Bible verse and offer- ing. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a re port was made the treasurer.~ Several items (b'Ybusiness were discussed and it was decided to purchase another dozen of chairs for St. John's Parish Hall. At the conclusion of the business sess- ion Mrs. Edna Nicodemus led the lesson on "Psalms We Sing". Dur ing the pleasant social hour which followed delicious refreshments were served by. the hostess Mrs. Paul Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson from Hyatsville, Md. were week end guests at the home of Mrs. Wilson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beeler from Gapland, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ridenour and family from, Thurmont, Md. and Mrs. Lora Richardson from Philmont, Va. were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman on Sun- day. Mrs. Richardson remained at the home of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Chapman t~ spend some tifne with them. Mr and Mrs. Irvin Moreland vis !Red at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus on Sunday. : Vickey Blue from Middleway spent Friday night at the home of Pat Heflebower. Mrs. Daniel Lutz called on Mrs. Straith Briscoe one day this past week. Carol LaRue and Pat Heflebow erattended the "4-H Health Day" at the Community Center on Sat urday. The Rippon Farm Womens Club toured the Toy Factory in Ranson for the Educational Tour- of the Club,on Thursday. Those who went were Mrs. Warren La- Rue, Mrs. Paul Chapman, Mrs. Woodrow, Adams, Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr., Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs. Hermon Spear, Mrs. Raymond Myers, Mrs. Harvey Leh man Jr., Mrs. Ray Conar and Mrs. Calvin Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heflebower :and sons Jeff and Clay from Lan ham, Md. visited with friends and relatives in the Community on Sunday. Mr. Nell Mobley was suddenly taken with a heart attack on Fri- day. He was taken to the Charles Town General Hospital. Best wish es to you Nell for a very speedy recovery. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams at tended a board meting of Shenan doah Square Club on Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ~anny Staubs in Charles Town. lection of new officers were ap- pointed at this meeting. Presi- dent Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rickel; Vice President, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha; treasurer Mr. and Mrs. Danny Staubs! secretary, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stewart. Mrs. John Porter Burns and daughter Patricia called on Mrs. Straith Briscoe on Sunday even- ing. ' , q' "IT"S WH. S .ALWAYS" WEST WASHINGTONi STREET , CHARLES TOWN, W. FRESH FRESH BELTSVILLE (4__8 lbs.) ROCKINGHAM (12-14 lbs.) HORMEL COOKED HORMEL COOKED 6 3/a lb. 'Can) GOETZ'S ALL MEAT 1 lb. pkg.) GOETZ'S OLD SOUTH .... lib. pkg.) GOETZ'S COOKED (3 lb. Can) LOCAL COUNTRY (3_-1 doz. Lctns') PICSWEET FROZEN LEMONADE JUICE 10 6 OZ. PKGS. $1.00 PICSWEET LIMABEANS 5__10 OZ. PKGS. $1.00 EVERFRESH CUT BEANS GOLDEN CORN SPINACH CUT BROCCOLI BRUSSELL SPROUTS 10 oz. pkg.) CAULIFLOWER 10 oz. pkg.) SUCCOTASH 10 ob pkg.) I0 oz. pkg.) I0 oz. pkg.) 10 oz. pkg.) I0 oz. pkg.) Mix or Match KIMBERLEY CUT FRENCH FRIES 2 lb. 'BOX 49c 5 IB.BAG 99c TEXAS JUICY RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT FANCY FRESH STRAW BERRIES . RED RIPE WATERMELONS LOCAL RHUBARB FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS ,\ 1 doz. .. qt. each Jumbo LB, i MUSSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE 8_17 OZ. CANS SWANSDOWN ASSORT. CAKE MIXES 4PKGS. ARMOUR'S VIENNA SAUSAGE ROSE DALE DILL PICKLES PREMIER SUN RIPENED SLICED PINEAPPLE HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL GOLDEN ISLE PEARS GOOD LAND KIDNEY BEANS LIBBY CATSUP JELLO 5_4 OZ. CANS 3 No. 2 CANS 4 17 OZ. CANS 4 17 OZ. CANS 10--15 OZ. CANS 5__14 OZ. BOTTLES PUDDING (New Large Size) 10 pkgs. PILLSBURY ASSORT. CAKE MIXES 4 KRAFT 12 oz. GRAPE Preserves I0 oz. CURART Jelly 18 oz. APPLE Jelly 20 oz. ORANGE Marmolade 12 oz. BLACK BERRY Preserves 12 oz. PEACH Preserves Mix or ROCKINGHAM DOG FOOD LIBBY MED. RED SALMON SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS KEEBLER SLIM SALTINES N. B. C. ICED FRUIT COOKIES QUALITY HOUSE ICE CREAM BREYER FRENCH REGENCY ICE CREAM 10__1 lb. +Cans I lb. Tall I lb. ] lb. pKG. 1 lb. ½ 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With Purchase of $5.00 Otcder or More. 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With Purchase of 40-Oz. Pkg. Mr. Frosty Fish Sticks 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With Purchase 32 oz. GLEE LIQUID Detergent 69c 30 FREE STAMPS With Purchase Reg. 57c Pkg. Lewis Potato Chips 49c BAG 50 FREE With 2 Lbs. Teen Cheese 79c bos