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III (4 - 8 LBS.) "IT"S WH ITE'S WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~t W LB. PKG. i 4 1-LB. II I II CROSSE & BLACKWELL LEHONADE JUICE • • - ORE IDA GOLDEN FRENCH FRIES.• 4 6-oz. cans 49c PICTSWEET BIRDSEYE . - 5•lb. bag 99c SUCCOTOSH - 2 lO-oz, pkgs. 29c BROCCOLI SPEARS-- Reg. 29c pkg.-4 l O-oz. pkgs. $1.00 BIRDSEYE FORDHOOK LIMAS-- Reg. 29c pkg.-.4 lO-oz, pkgs. $1.00 TRADE WINDS BREADED SHRIMP - • • 2-lb. box $1.79 --7 LIBBYS PINEAPPLE-- GRAPEFRUIT DRINK • - 5 qt. cans $1.00 LIBBYS MINT PINEAPPLE JUICE-- 4 qt. cans $1.00 F REMIER LIGHT MEAT TUNA - HUNTS STEWED TOMATOES- -- PICKLE BARREL DILL PICKLES - - • LIBBYS FRUIT :COCKTAIL • LUZIANNE INSTANT COFFEE--5c Off CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE--25c Off HERSHEY CANDY BARS - FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS TETLEY TEA BAGS - - - 4 7•oz. cans $1.00 5 14•oz. cans $1.00 - 4 qt. jars $1.00 4 !7•oz. cans $1.00 • • l-lb. can 70c lO-oz, jar $1.30 box 10 bars 39c - • lb. 39c • ctn. 64's 66c PERSONAL IVORY SOAP--KBaker's Dozen) bag 13 cakes 81c LIFEBUOY SOAP--lc Sale . . 4 bath bars 48c LUX SOAP--lc Sale . - 5 reg. bars 40c A-1 BLEACH . ..... 2 qts. 29c KING FLUFF ...... 1/2 gal. 43c 1 Qt. New King Bleach FREE with Each Purchase. REDDI LIQUID STARCH .... can 79c (Buy One Can and Get Another Can FREE) tit I n t .___ L Illll I [ NEW HOME GROWN CABBAGE . - lb. 5c TETLEY INSTANT TEA - PILLSBURY NEW PINK LEMONADE CAKE MIX PILLSBURY NEW PINK LEMONADE FROSING - DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES - (Chocolate Yello w- 100 - FREE STAMPS - 100 11A-oz. jar 39c • pkg. 39c - pkg. 31c • pkg. 35c White) 30 - FREE FRESH YELLOW CORN .... 5 ears 29c FLORIDA CONGO WATERMELONS--23-1b. average . • each 89c CALIFORNIA JUICY LEMONS - • 2 doz. 69c WESTERN PINK MEAT CANTALOUPES • • - 3 36size 89c I STAMPS- 30 50 - FREE STAMPS- 50 With Purchase of With Purchase of Large Pack- With Purchase of 2-Lb. Box $10.00 Order or More. age of Lewis Potato Chips Teen Queen Cheese Spread THOS. E. BAUMGARDNER Thomas Edward Baumgardner, 89 prominent Jefferson county farmer and orchardist, died sud- denly Tuesday evening in Charles Town General Hospital where he had been admitted an hour or so before. Born at Taneytown, Md., he had resided near Halltown. ~,~vi,.,!~u him are three eb.ild ren'Dixon (if Claymont, Del.; Miss Margaret Baumgardner at the home; and Thomas J. of Charles Town. His wife died several men ths ago. Services Friday morning at 11 grandchildren, upon the family's return. o'clock will be conducted at the Smith, who has been in India EackLes Funeral Chapel with bur on a business trip since June 8, MRS. JOSEPH M. KENNEDY ial in Edge Hill Charles Town.was at his mother's bedside when she died. She sailed for England Mrs. Joseph Martelle Kennedy, MRS. S. FAHS SMITH on May 3. widow of Ednmnd Pendleto~ Ken Mrs. Neville~hell Smith, 88, Mrs. Smith was the former Ne- nedy, died Tuesday in OakPark. widow of S. Fahs Smith, former ville Mitchell, daughter of the Ill. She is survived by a daughter residents of Charles Town, died]late Charles Tunis and Judith F.]Mrs" Julia K. Grinnan, Oak Park at 7:45 a. m. July 13 in a LondonI Carter Mitchell. I and three nieces, Misses Julianna, England hotel where she was stay In pursuit of locating places of Elizabeth and Beverely Taylor, ing for the Summer~ Mrs. Smith historical significance in York Charles Town. resided in York, Pa. county, she was instrumental in Once an active campaigner for uncovering information that showWllll yilW'pln"hamI iljCam"" restoring historical buildings and ed Thomas Paine, Revolutionary structures in York county, Pa.; war patriot lived at the Cookes Mrs. gmitb had been soonding her house. summers in England for the past Ftmeral services w(:re held on H~,~ P~.~.~,, ]~3 9 At five or six years. Saturdav at the All tialh)ws chur She is suirvivcd by a son, Bur- ch, London. Uvilla Luthem Church well B. Smith, Elsing Green, 17001 Memorial services were held at l Powder Mill road, York and two ' St. John's Episcopal Church, York] The Willingham family had its annual reunion Sunday, July 9 at the church yard of the Uvilla Lu- theran Church, with the following attending. Mrs. J. E. Willingham, Bill and Clifford, Miss Frances Willing- ham, Mr. and Mrs. John Merit, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Frye and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Mong Jr and family, Mrs. Blackman Willing-i ham and family, Mr. and Mrs.~ James Ports Jr .and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mausck and son all of Shepherdstown. Mrs. John Willingham and fam- ily, Mr .and Mrs. Cletus Elsea of Charles Town, Mrs. Ernest Wil- lingham and Ronnie, Mrs. Donald Jamison, son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Willingham of ttarpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Ral- ph Shade and son and Mr .and ! Mrs. Douglas Hilliard of Inwood. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FaaM~aS Mrs. Jesse Frye of Kearneysville 8---A THURSDAY, JULY and Mrs. Bill Hough and family of Braddock Heights, Md. t Gifts were given to the oldest Jane Moler, for her husband, Rich t and two sons of man and woman, youngest child, ard Moler. Those present were dinner guests on July 3, of the latters the youngest mother and the one Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ware and ...... r famil" C.r..~... r~..~...., o;~.. l antl Mrs. ~narles tee , coming the longest distance. ~, o ~,~,,, ~,,,.,v,,~, ~,~Yler ....... • ty atree~ .~lso en3~ Guests were Mrs. Charles Whit- of Leetown, Mr. Bill Duke and~ .." .... her was mr tsnarles J tington, Luther Comer, Wallace children Carol and William from [ ... : . _ i ' " sons, t~nucK ann Da~ Frye, Pat Robinson, Pete Breeden Wash ngton, D. C., Vmky Longer- I .......... ~prlng, ma, ~rs Glenda Bonney, June McKee, beam, Berryville, Va., Mrs. Ruth I- . ~ ". o ancaster, va ana r Johnny Thompson and Betty An- Whitaker and daughter, Delores, .., • . nreek, Jefferson AV derson. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Getts, Char-i Officers are: Mrs. Ernest Wil- lotte and Chuckie, Martinsburg, Miss Lucy Rodefer lingham, president; Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Barbour and" ton, D. C. spent the Shade, vice president; Mrs. Calvin son Allen, Williamsport, Md., Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Willingham, secretary; and Mrs. and Mrs. James Draper, Jr., Dan-I Miss Patsy Grant has James Potts Jr. treasurer, tel and Patricia, Mrs. Lula Snyder --_._...____ of Hagerstown, Md. and Mr. and home after dsi A buffet birthday dinner was Mrs. Paul Myers of Charles Town. I Haines and Sally served on Sunday July 2 by Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Randall Chambers andale.