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Charles Town, West Virginia
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June 8, 1961

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f J II I s "IT"G WHITE'S FOR OODS ,ALWAYS" WASHINGTON EVERFRESH CUT GREEN BEANS } " SUCCOTASH ) " LEAF SPINACH } " CUT CORN ) " BROCCOLI CUTS ) IO.OZ. PKGS $ STREET HERSHEY SYRUP - - - 6 16-oz. cans $1,00 SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES - 4 pkgs. $1.00 PILLSBURY CAKE MIXES - - 4 pkgs. $1.00 L!BBYS PINEAPPLE AND GRAPEFRUIT DRINK " 15 qt. 1cafis $1'00 LIBBYS COCKTAIL - - 4 17-oz. cans $1.00 PREMIER SUN RIPENED SLICED PINEAPPLE • - 3 No. 2 cans $1.00 LIBBYS VIENNA SAUSAGE- 5 4-oz. cans $1.00 - 3 46-oz. cans $1.00 WEST LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE LIBBYS DEEP BROWN BEANS -" 8 14-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS DEEP BROWN BEANS • - 6 21-oz. cans $1.00 - 10 16-oz. cans $1.00 GOOD LAND.= KIDNEY BEANS - - BROOKS CHILl BEANS 10 16-oz. cans $1.00 39c CAL. IDA FRENCH FRIED POTATOES - 8 9-oz. pkgs. $1.00 BIB BABY ORANGE JUICE-- POLAR BROCCOLI SPEARS. 5 lO.oz, cans $1.00 (New 12-oz. size) 2 12-oz. cans b PIC SWEET LEMONADE--10 6-oz. cans $1.00 ARMOUR TREET---4c Off - 12-oz. can 45c 50 FREE STAMPS CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 50 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS MORTON'S BISCUITS .... 2 pkgs. 49c MORTON'S PIES ..... 4 pkgs. 89c ..(CHICKEN- TURKEY- BEEF) POLAR SLICED STRAWBERRIES - • 2 lO-oz, pkgs. 49c With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of 2-Lbs. Miller Bros. 2-Lbs. Esskay's Sausage Franks 2-Lbs. Teen Queen Cheese Spread IMPERIAL MARGARINE--4c Off - l-lb. 34c NEW PILLSBURY LEMONADE CAKE MIX .... pkg. 39c NEW PILLSBURY LEMONADE FROSTING .... pkg. 33C DUNCAN HINES , CAKE MIXES--4c Off McCORMICK'S MAYONNAIZE • - pkg. 35c 11/2 pt. jar 43c r" IIII I I I I I [ I U • . Ib, 10c FRESH HOME GROWN | i • • FRESH HOME GROWN RHUBARB--jumbo bunch 19c FANCY TOMATOES .... 2 ctns. 29c 50 FREE STAMPS 100 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of 1˝ Lb. Can Mor General Electric 32-oz. Bottle Glee rell,s Cured Beef Yard Light Liquid Detergant B • ~L j q TI By Miss Lillian Myers Vacation Bible School The Baptist Church has an. nounced the aates of the Vacation turned home after having spent ANDOA the past four months with her ~on and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Verno~ Cross in Washing, Lon, D. C. Mrs." Gertrude Bradley of Mc- Kees Rocks, Pa. is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lew is Sager. Mr. ttenry Blackford of Wash- Bible School starting June 5 and ington spent the weekend with continuing two weeks. They will his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackford. meet at the church each morning at 9 until 12 o'clock. The school i The Rev. E. E. Sumpter and is fer cbild,~n from ~ to 16 ye; son Calvin of Waynesboro, Va. vis and will be under the directi~m of ited his cousins Mrs. Frank Ben- Mrs. Robert Blackford. Mrs. Mary ner and Miss Nannie Fleming Grayson will have charge of the Tuesday. He visited Mr. Benner music, who remains a patient in Kings Mrs. Walter Ronemous has re- Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg. Mrs. William Miller sperht last week with Dr. and Mrs. Grim in Middletown, Pa. Mrs. Floyd Ferrell and baby of Hagerstown spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferrell and Mrs. Charles Padgett. Mrs. William Wisham and dau- I gh'ter Shirley have been visiting her :parents Mr .and Mrs. Grover Leith. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cross and children of Washington visited his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross over the 30th of May. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith are visiting her aunt and uncle Major and Mrs. James Prewett on Long Island, N. Y. Mrs..Harry Henderson had a finn al check up Monday at University Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. She is now recovering but will need a check up at long intervals in the future• Her many friends are in- deed happy to know she is getting along nicely• Mrs. Morris Whittington and daughter Miss Mary Catherine Whittington of Washington visi- ted their cousin Mr. and Mrs• Charles Snyder last week and at- tended the graduation exercises in Charles Town. M. L. J. John Weller is now in the base hospital at Camp l~e- Jeune, N. C. and is some what im i proved but it will be several weeks before he is fully recovered from a back injury he received. Mrs. Roy Shirley has returned home after having ben a patient izi a Bethesda, Md. Hospital where she uhderwent an ear operation. Her ~any friends are glad to know she is improved. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Rev and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and Miss Nannie Beavers of the par- sonage in Chestnut Hill were Sat urday evening supper guests with Mr and Mrs Walter Cogle and child/'en Donald and Susan. Friends and relatives came from near and far to pay tribute to theix loved ones ~that have gone on before orfMe'hmrial Day. Plac ing wreaths and bouquets of flow ers on their graves• The cemetery was beautiful• Mr. and Mrs. James Crouson and children of Hillsboro, Va. were Saturday evening guests with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son. Mrs. Maude Everhart was a Sunday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and family in Chestnut Hill. I Mrs. MaShie Russell of Chest- rsut Hill was a visitor or/ Thurs- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSo 8---A THURSDA' the latters little brother of Wash ington, D. C. were Sunday guests with the formers mother Mrs. El- sie Cook and family an~l they all enjoyed a picnic lunch out. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spiller of Baltimore, Md. motored up *on Sunday afternoon and were guests with the latters mother Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and sons. Mrs. Mabel Gift of Sharpsburg, Md. spent the weekend with Mrs. Gladys Gifi and sons. , Mrs. Lona Staubs is now living in Harpers Ferry and taking care of Mrs. Mary Barker. Mr. and Mrs. J'ohn Whitehair and son Keith of were Sunday guest.' ters parents Mr. Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bussard and Cogle attended the races in ~Fre.derick, day. Miss Patsy Wil! Judy Shaeffer of Hill were visitors Mr. and Mrs. J family. GO TO USE THE