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SPIRIT OF JEFFER, 0N rARMr RS ADVOCATE day and conval . c a flora and l DAY nTw v ,~n lq~(~ ,) ,. eppendectomy performed there on[ ....................... tas,t Tuesday. [ ....... ~ " .... .\. _-, , : ~ -- ~ A lc and Mrs. Paul Mills, Jr.,I ................................. ~ ~~ of Glen Bernie, Md. spent several[ _-- ,~ ,., 1| days last week wit,h t!he formers, ~ 1~ ~''! ! iq~]~"' ! r% . ~ 1 -~ 1 1[ parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul ~VIills[ -' ~ Y" "" f ~ , 1 ue trns ana runernl II andsons, and on Thursday, along] ':~"(-.i~,, .~ ~, , [[ wit:h their parents Mr. and Mrs.[ ~ /.~:iH:J~[ . ~ I~ [I Phil Perks, Jr., and ch,ildre,n en-[ '1 joyed a picnic supper at tIhe home ] IFILBUR LEE TItARPE 11897 s,he was a dau.g~hter of the of Mr_..~nflTMo~~ M. H. Itindman[ .. r, ~-1_~J~,~ l~ f~UU~ .~ U)) 2 ~)~: c ' . . 111 bllN'l" ~:~ U . ral services were held Wed [ late Darnel and Jane Ehzabeth ...... Z-~.. ,~ ..... ~.~ ~... ~.^~.. [ c A~ ........ r " e~ ~ x . c , : ~'~ ~i: : , t ~f~ernoon a 2:30 for Wal-lORd.{ Rodrlck:~,.~. ,.... ~.,.,u.,.,~ quite ill 0he past several weeks [ " "--7 - ....",~"" .... i' ./',2" Im~ ~ ~.11~_qS' I'~j,~ i"~ -, taarpe, 56, F~fth Avenue, 'o ........ ~ ................ ,~,,. .............. ,. .................... ~:., , ~ ~ : ,. W'ho died shortly before are: two daughters-Miss Rebecca we~'~tn~~ un ~,e t:,~,ca ..... ca ...... [ for that Real, Old.Time Ham Flavor Yo,, ]usl Can't Boot "). .. ' ~.~nday in whereOharles Town [Ann Whi.pp at home; Mrs. Charles ' ~' " [ F t ' | $ ~ i.:~ :'. c~;., ~1 Itosp~tal "he had lMercer, Jefferson Terrace, near ,Mr. and Mrs. James Youn,e anoI aMOV., LANCAS L'ER SHANKLESS :, / I l.Pa,~ient since Monday mor- Charles Town; two sisters-Mrs, two Children, Debbie anct olmmy, I r i [ ' ,, t!? . i~ough he had been in ill George Hale, Jefferson Avenueand Mrs. Edward Young of Char-I ./ ~,~r ov ....... ,~,,,),h .... I,near Charles Town' Mrs Harry les Town visited the la,ttersI I ULLY C OOKED [ ! "':!: Lllllexpet~dly~' "i~e"l~e~-i~r~ ' Pain'ter' Ma~insburg brther Ed mther' ~rs" J" ~' Cs~eH ~ ' i~ ~ ~i ......... ~i~:" f' i" ,T. Scholl'pas, tor of the garRodrick Kable{own; and two Sunday. Mr. EdwardYoung.,iac'~-| // / :~ ! t ~) -~ To~v. ,~r,~;.r,~,.i, or, .... h I grandsons in-law of Mrs. Costello nas oeen/ ~ :"i / " ~ ~ ~:: !t!; he was a member, ofli-[ ,Friends were received at the a pa,t~em, m. tt~e.Charl : T~7 [ ~ ~I~.e was assis~ted by the Melvin T. Strider Company Col- cieneralHospn.a~ since omy t~n.,| ~lyle McDonald, pastor of [ onial Funeral Home where ser-ana unoerwen~ surgery on PTI-| H1 M ~~ ~ ~ i ~; 1 '~ ~"~ ~ ~7~'* ~rles Town Presbyterian vices were conducted Monday wt day morning. ! ~ ~urial w~s made in Edge 2:30 p. m. by the Rev. Dr. ~ieh- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Muse] '~" ~e~tery in C'harles Town. [ard T. SchoH of the Charles and family a,nd Mrs. Gen~ry.L.[ Crs were' Max Brown Char [Town Methodi.slt Church. Burial'Muse of Lees:ours, va. were V~st' " ] ~" ~ ~ i ~e, RussellMillerJr. C. lwasinEdgeHill Cemetery. [.tors on Sund.ay af:ternoon with [ 4/ Butt U ~Moore EIXhra,im i:)ay 'Har[ ~ t'he l~tters son ano oau~h.~er-in-/ ~h~fY) 'Lehman, Bernard [ JOHN HARTZELL WELLER |law Mr. ,and Mrs. A.iton ~Iuse and| C C ~.~ ~ ~=:. ~d Howard Roper. [ Services were held rhis after-[s0n" _ ........ / Shflnkless-- Up i ,~ea.sed, more po,pularlYinoyn t2.30. :gsth hW ] a !.oug]as Braeke.t,t and d ,ughters/ Cut; Ibm Cut; m i I " ~,,~ ms m.any.~rtenos asl ................... uua?,o ,~ u~ '"iK~m and Parn visited Mr and" ~~ Jr i i Ilii, I i ~, was ~orn m Charles I Shenandoah Junction for Joh,.n ._ .............. I [J"~ ......... [ ~*-^" ""~"-l" 49 ~ lesident -f ,'mrs. L:HIff, on teiman i'amlly! i..SV, lUo;tasonolt,nel~av .... ........ ' u . ...... I lllllli lldrl &lli hi--( [~Ph H and M, artha Ellen [ Shenandoah Junction who died [m xvm,va,e ,.as. -ue .... ~ "'~:~ ."~1 ~ Tharpe He was a mem-[from a heart a.ack s)horitly before same.nay were v]s~ors .w!~n 'Mr_.[ ' Acme Quality i Charies Town Me,t o-Imidnigh Sunday. ' he ev. ueor e newonoge m| ~tlreh and of t,he Yokefel- |,sell Urquha~t, pastor o,f the Char- ] " , .1 [t%le Class of the Charles [ les Town B,aotist Church offices-I ~Mrs. Nathan[el Grey, Jr. anal Ll~resbyte*rian Church For] ~ted in t,he absence of the Rev. J. I daughter, Jennifer were visitors/ [ae served o,n the Clas,s'b~tn-] D. Sargen, t, pa,~tor Shenandoah iMonday morning at Vhe home of[ k~arnlt~ee He was also a[ Junctlo,~ Church and he was as-tMr, and Mrs. Huuh D~vidsnn and[ [eraf the Cl'tizen's Flre Com / slsted by the Rev Carlyle Mcl)on- ]sons near HMltown. Mr. [~ad ser,,,,~ ,,,~ ~he Ranson [ aid pastor of the Charles Town [Grey spen~t ~he weekend with his| ......... . ' on ~~ S 3E ACME FRESHLY 8mailer Quantities Slightly Higher / i a i [ uhcn for ,2 years and as / Presbyterian Church. Burial was [mother. returning to Pe~erkan C / [.~fthet~wnf~rtw~years~nEdgeH.i~lCeme~teryinChaHes~eren.ceCenter~nsunday.|GR~~HD BEEF 3 1 ~ ' _ "'V~l I~ associated wi~h the Am-/Town. I ~Ir. and Mrs. Paul Mikls snen/ t ane S op in Ranson The deceased had served as [ onday evening at Braddock H ts.l A[ g(~nof the parts depart~men(. | freight 'agen~ or the Bal,timore/Park, attending t'he Sunday school[ ~k~ [,~ng are his wife. Mrs. El- / and Ohio Railroad. He was stri,ek- [,pic,nac of the Sandy Hook, Md.l 0 afity Foods L}'.narpe wt the home: two, en with a heart at*ack from w,high I~Vfet'hodis't Uhureh. | " ~ C tOW r,|~ .~&~,4~N~| ~lrs. Li}lie BHler, Bolivar; | he never recovered. He was a mem ] )Mrs. Donald Frye and Mrs. Ai-| ~ Ber,tha MerVhant, West | ber o,f t~he Presbyterian Church. [ ton Muse s~a,,~ped ~n Martinsburgl [~reet, Charles Town; one | Surviving are his wife, (Mrs. Ion Friday. Mrs. Muse. son, Tim.| LANCAS--'T'- LEAN CUBE STEAKS ,~ 99 a,v.- - [(Joseph Bernard o,fChar- | Doris Boyles WeHer, a s~n, Ste,p- [,and her mother, ,Mrs. Winerd 'Bow/ [11. - [hen Arnolda,tthehome;hismo-lersspentMondayeveninga't:the[ LANCAST-- BONELESS BEEr aST hh~, [ Cher. Mrs. John L. Wel.ler, Shen-|'home of Mr. and ~Vh-s. Douglasl [~ARD T. MOLER [ a,n,doah JunCtion' four br0thers [ Bowers and family in Bolivar. [ Ib79C Pets for Edward T Moler .[tMar,~l~al] of Dul~elds, Os*car E.I ~ " [fOrmer residen, t of Shep'lIley OHver and H,a~ld V. all o.f[ (L 1111 t/rh rhh|/r I TASTY SKINLESS a [ LEAN SLICED --- " / /m [~;rand Mar~ins:burg'wh/ShertandahJunctin"Sday morn,ing July 23 ~ | 31LVEIh~hUVE [ FRANKS 47 IBACO] ! Z 85 [* illi msport san:[ UMITnU/M I By Ethel Buz, rd I C C ~ere held Saturday after- / IIALLIU IV I1 " I -- I 3, i~h3 P m. a,t Trini.ty Epis-[ ....... ] ,Mr. and Mrs. Pres,ton Holmes I [ ~ureh in S.hepherdstown.| uy M188 uoromy t owers land children of Keedys.~ille, Md.[ ked-~~ ~ ! [~lGeorgeP. LeMoine, rec| -- [wereSundayeallerswit~hMr. and[ l~~s--'~ 59 I C [~,~at%insburg Episcopa.l Churl Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harden of iaVlrs h'a Piper and family. .~ ] S:oked lb C Freshly Shced Ib C ,~ted and he was assistedlDysart Pa Mr andMrs. Norman Mr andMrs Junior Grove,hall Bone oo 98 ' ~Rev. Fontalne. Ms[ Hostler and son of Alexandria, ] family were visitors with the fat- ] pk~ ~.~veside services were held| Vs. spent ,the weekend width i~he,ir ISers paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. 2~ho- [ ' , ..... i (Smaller quantities slightly higher) [Y~Od Cemetery. Brief ser-[ parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles, m~as Longerbeam in Chesltnu~ Hill.[ ~ Big a~-'~z count ~dc I ~ --~--- ,~re also held in the Sud-[ Staubs. I i,s Maude Everhart was a call| rlm]p ,[ ~ F4~al Home in Shepherds-| (Mi'. and Mrs. Bernard O~t wereler on'Swturday to see Mrs. Rosie[ /fancy 5: x$3'39 Ib weltzer Ch{ ese r, : yp bo 59c it~0re the church services.| visi,t0rs (xn Friday evening with [wirt in Chestnut Hi.ll. Sorry to[ |~'~ were: Keener Eu,tsler,| t~heir son-in-l~aw and daughter Mr. [le.~,rn of the illness o,f Mrs. Wilt.| ~Donald Guy Morrison,[ and Mrs. Kennelth Anders and [ We join in wishing for her a| O~A~IM~~ ~ ~~C i~llott, Whl.tam Perry, Gee[ fami~ly in l~anson, i s~peedy recovery. ] SALE OF ~ee and Frank Trump, Jr.| ,Miss Sus'anne Grey s.pen~ sev-] Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole| I~t{rson coun,ty na~tive born| eral d'ays las't week visiting Miss [ :and family a.nd Mrs. Leona Stau-/ ~.1871 a,t Mo.ler's Crossl,Marilyn Ea.ton in Ha,rpers PerrYlbs spen* the weekend in BMti-| LUSCIOUS lhs ,,e was a son of t,he 1,ate[ .a.nd t~his week, along with Miss | more Md. with Mr. and Mrs. Don| L~rl OI~IA~~~ MV i Bb VFREESTONES V 6W ~r ~-ee and Mary Rine)hart[ Polly ,MerChan*t and her brohterI a, ld S'tau'bs and Mr. and Mrs. Re-[ i Gene Mer0han~t are among the [land S'taubs nnd their family./ i ~l~er of Trinity Episcopal[ 4-H Campers ~t Camp P~me,[ iMr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwa}t[ ~hepherdstown he was[ near HedgesvHle. ~ [ and smal.l s~l~llf..~tMady Hook, Md.4 ~"~'ber of Masoni'e Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Les[ter Meier and [are spending sometime w:i,~h the[ CA F W W , [,Miss EstherPopevisitedMr. andlta,t~tersgrand,pare.nitsMr, andMrs.] Seedless Gr naderPeS 2]bs 33 I~er .- .1" ~r~ ~L~/~v~-~.~)t~lt~ I~Mrs Roger Milbourne .in Charles/CleH Pi.per ./ ~'~a~e~:e~'~cl"]n~'l~'r.[~.r~: [Town on Thursday evening. [ Mrs. Ab~ie Harden and son Car, | C .t23 y~ ......... ~u,,~ ~,,~,~"~'~"" ,,v,,r"~" . LitAle Miss. Debbie and Master/of Harpers Ferry were Monday evl ~, ~ ~a~a w~,rmerlv]Jrmmle Young of Ranso,~ spent[ening callers width Mr. and Mrs.[ ~dwivh ~,~ ~o~ m~ D- [.~he pabst week with thmr uncle J Frank Cogle and family. [ ~" f~r~'kn'um;-er of~:,ears ~and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Nelson i ~lss Mabel Gif,t of Sharps'burg | ~"hee'r~ h'*f h~'~ m ~"it'h [ Byd at ~he~ir hme "Beallair' |'Md speng t;he weekend w~:t)h her| .... .... O ~:/ M ~ ' e y ~ ~~C K~l~'t.~,'~:,~_,/L'Z:"2:2L~'2"2"_''near Hall,town. /son and family Mr and Mrs. Tonyl ~t',-~ . [ Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles S,taubs,[.Gff,t. [ E~g h, ....... , ......... s~,nd ],Mx. and Mrs. Norman Ho.~le,'[ .Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole| Garden Fresh ~tl~e,'~"ll"'~.;~;~" M~"l*~r nf ['and son, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas | and f~amJly are moving to[ INs .li~{l~ ~.,,,~.~ .~ M~ ['Mrs. Oharles Harden atAe.nded ~he [employed with ~he eledtrac hnes| 'ili~i'eu~;-~"~r'o,7~,'~,u'r~': IDeaner family reunion on Sunday[~nd Co. in vir~ni,a and is mov-[ -, -,~o v. ivr.. ~...o~.. , t s .... Mr ---"~*~;hi~a ..... a ......... ~[~ Eagle' ,Park m Brunswick, ling to be closer to hm job. .| ~r ~ ~ m Valentsne ~ ~ g|~_ :~ Itl~~ .................... [,Maryland. [and Mrs. Harold Staubs and son[ "]|"~" ~fe: t .... I Mr and Mrs Austin Bowers and l~ho' have been living in Ba~itimorel Ga. ~:~.'~vlnez'rffmer"M~'~ounntnalsns'Dav]danclDw'ght f Ch'ar'Jfr the pas~ tl~ree years are plan|... .. .. _. _ .. , . ~ sh Loc. Cucumbers or Peppers 4,o~19" rf~y)l~, .~.ber .~ ~41 [es Town were vasltors Sund aYlning on moving l.n~o 'the hou, e| [~l't~' ,,~ ~ ..... levening ~t bhe home of Mr. a~d |.where ~he Colts have been li~ng[ "~'~I01~ [~-~m~-~ ,~.n~ [,Mrs. Will,[am Hoak and [owned by Mr. Vernon S'taubs. / ............... C kl A h C Ideal Frozen Cal. 6-oz. I SNIDERS' HOTTER NI~% .~es~er ........ t~mms resment ' 'rMrS'It, Elmerand Wr, ghtmu land son.]kl r Pfc. Gerald Buford of Fo~t ES|weekend w, th IL~I~",~iL O cans O~ [ ~ / ~ ~ WI - e:~ti"-~ : '' . . i [chard Mr. Sa, e Stric e I.tis, Va. s'pen~c the " | reed Sunaay morning in J , , .~~ .. ' . .~ .' ." .were dinner guests "Wednesday of |his wife Betty at the home of her/ 0 aU, gnters l-lO~pll)al ~n r r Fr nk Co etll, 01"-'~'~.-at .t . . IMr. and Ms. Rill Strickler and Iparen~ts Mr. and Ms. a g-| dl~mllm~ m..i=Im.~J~mm.,,. C 10o-a~C [ i ~ ~ u.rg following a long fll d ' w ' aM~i ~ ~Ji~jpkg$ pkgs 162n:Z Jl ~- 4,~-oz bot pkgl"of 64 bags ~;~I~ . .' .'.' . : I au~h'ters near Berry "lle, Virgin- lie. / IOUL SL'CtO ) ad been nosp~tahzea ~ r el~ on Fn r F Flo h man ctn. '%l k.P ' I'.a. Pd.0ha d l ~ t 'day fo t. I ~VIr. and Mrs. yd C ap / ~)~r~or ~o,h.unKer l-tad on May zoO" [Knox, Ky., after a fir)teen day fur land c:hildren of M,wanings were/v r nt h ,h rs "']['~I~W~]I~I~][]~" I~ pkg= "~' "~ [ 29 ct", .. * o .... . Ilough w'th his Pa e's here. I Sunday visitors wi,0 t e latte./ 14"0Z ,'~ son o~ ~ne ?~e[tw~man aria ~t)er~ MrS.s Donald Frye, Mrs., Frank i parents Mr. and Mrs. Captain l=bgd[ PEAS] FRENCH FRIES [ ,., jar ....... Si'mon~, Mrs. Vinerd Bewers and [gers. ,I IDEAL BRAND IS -1;1~~l be ..... ]son, Tom,my, and Ma.rshaH Mc-i Several of our folks a~tended| . j 1 ~een em,pmyea as a mm Jar ..... ... [Aboy spent Thursday a Beverly [tthe Sunday s~hool picnic a~t ObeY| L-- mm ~r vne ~canaara ~ame B 1 qK~le'~' ' . .' [ each 'n Maryland. Jnu~; I~ill on Saturday. / I I E L OM- -LITE I IDEAL HOM.DE-LITE jar 't~Cmpany ~t.Mfllvfl:le. I Mr. and Mrs. V~a'llace O~t and J ,Mr. and Mrs: WalCer Cogle andI ID A -mecnoerol,neuvana f , ' 3 49 I 3 49 I ""n~'s~ Is~ ' ~'~h "' " , ''o I '~m:ly of Mfllv:ille .and the for- [children were Sunday c,a'llers w,ith/ 10-oz C 9-oz C Uronana a veteran oI m r and n r earn Ca.S '_:l'~'~r~ ' ' e's parents 'Mr. Mrs. Ber-[,Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lo ge b i ,.[ORS ." - ...... ,n.ard Ott were vis.ftors on Su,nday |in Ches:lu* Hill. i ~i LAD DRESSING earls "~Ii~,!n'clu?eLh~ .wile, leven,ing Mr. and Mrs. L. R. I Li'btle Brenda Chapman of Man/ ,i.-;a,~aran ~. ~mw,,er.a~ [Becker near Ha~pers Ferry. [hin~s spen,t several days wi,th her I SEAnROOK anZ~ AC I =ltc I ,, =11 It c '~ ~ugnter=M~" - "Marmn Iv,ua son l~cmevt, ~l,r l~obert'Mr' WesleYof Oh rEdWardSn and son. |gDand, paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. @ap-| p.ARA. ,'0 $ Y '~ "~ ! ___1 , ,t,s ;~1~t: ~.~: ; ..... "i ' .a les Tow were re- |tain l~odgers and f.amlly. [ 10-oz jar jar """ |:~S~re~'~rs~ZA'~eali~tsiKin;]cent visitors wfth t~he formers Ms[ ,Mr. and /~rs. Johnny Whi1:hair [ K S G U S I ... ,]~-,~'~..*. ... ., ' ' [terMissElsleEd,wards. |o.fH, ar~ersFerrywereSundayvis/ EIg I AII IPJIIY $1 E'T'L$ [ _~ I~ ~ U R]r,M Ot New! Pineapple Sponge Layer Cakes "' S9c I A c Cocoonut Sticky Buns ""'*" 39c o;. 2o, S.d. z'v. i i i i iV| TREET S A V E O N B R E A D i ,,,,, 0 ,,,,,, Farmd,le C SUPbe~: 2OC Home-Style 25C I T U N A [ O L I V E S i/ mY IW i i (Light i ~-- [ i i-- pkg of 8 [ ~mChunk) ~y. ] , Shoed Borbeque or Frankfurt Rolls 22c ~~1~"" Use it w[th Fr"h Vegetables C EE .... i MAXWELL HOUSE OFF YD , LOUELLA I SEALTEST I iDEAL BONUS PACK --- 'm I r i TEA BAGS Evap. Mlt resh M[a tall Vz al. ) [p.,.ctss ' MARGARINE :2"' 31c AWAYS off before drying m done so wrinkles $ ,95 cans , . " I :ffeb:fe::/rbYaiknegd'::n;s:~;imn_k:;: ~ii, 179.9s / 6 7.) 4. , I temperature settings--and infinite / CREAM WHITE i i i i ~ * Sele T ' h etion O0. [ heat,elections~int,creen. I=&v ~n.. I i ' _1 ,b 71c ] IilustratedltomeUbrary vo, ,o., E.cp Ad . , "",. """", , [ORTEIMII [I, " '" =* I ENCYCLOPEDIA vo,. ,o l YonSal, gnU; y' . THEM AT J troubl-e-freegas! " J / I BUY A BOOK A WEK AT THE: ACMZ -- bl S) I rth Charles St. # i | / | Town, W. Vs. Fhone 17 Charles Town, W. Vs. [ Your Dollar Buys More at Acme Your Dollar Buys More at Acme Your Dollar Buys More at Acme