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Charles Town, West Virginia
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August 10, 1961

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w iT i iiii t i t t" i i ill i -~: I i'il tt ] i I i lli II I II 4- 8 Ibs. v 'm' , S WEST WHITE'S / WASHINGTON STREET I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. t ere i MORTON'S HONEY BUNS - ORE IDA CAL IDA FRENCH FRENCH MORTON FRENCH FRIES FRENCH FRIES BUTTERED STEAKS MINUTE STEAKS BISCUITS - 3 pkgs. 4 buns $1.00 - 5-15. bag 99c 2 9-oz. pkgs. 29c 8-oz. pkg. 45c . 8-oz. pkg. 69c bag 12 Biscuits 29c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS LIBBYS SPAGHETTI AND MEAT BALLS LIBBYS BEEF STEW - - L I B B Y S DEEP BROWN BEANS 1.1b. pkg. 29c 24.oz. can 39c 24-oz. can 49c 6 21-oz. cans $1.00 II IIII L . . IIIII II IIIIIII LII DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES - - pg. 35c BETTY CROCKER PiE CRUST-- 2 pkgs. 33c PILLSBURY BEST FLOUR - - 10.15. bag 99c OLD VIRGINIA ASSORTED PRESERVES - 5 12-oz. jars $1.00 (Peach - Damson - Grape Jam - Orange Marmalade) DIXIE BELLE FIG BARS - - 2-15. pkg. 39c ROCKINGHAM WHOLE CHICKEN - - - - 15. can 99c bag $' C R IS C 0-..-4c Off - - - 3-1b. can. 85c 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With $5.00 Order or With Purchase of With Purchase of 2-Lbs. Teen Queen Cheese 4 Cans Libbys Deep Brown Spread and This Coupon More and This Coupon. Beans---4 cans $1.00 79e i I II III I I I Q TRU ADE ..... 4 46-oz. cans $1.09 PREMIER LIGHT MEAT TUNA FISH ? 4 7-oz cans $1.00 MANHATTAN FANCY MIX NUTS - . - 14-oz. can 79c MANHATTAN JUMBO SALTED :PEANUTS - - 14-oz. can 59c MANHATTAN JUMBO REDSKIN PEANUTS - - 14-oz. can 49c BERKELEY SPRINGS WATER - 5-gal. $1.00 Plus Deposit NATIONAL BISCUIT FIG NEWTONS, 1,1b. pkg. 33c KEEBLER SALTINES .... 1.15. pkg. 29c 30 FREE STAMPS 30 30 FREE STAMPS 30 With Purchase of With PurchaSe of Quart Teen Queen 2-Lbs. Peanut Kids Peanut Mayonnaize- 69c Butter---2-1b. jar 79c SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAaMEaS ADVOCATE ill Funeral Home Friday even- Welch of Ranson, a patient in l unexpectedly Monday night at town Cemetery. J ges." However, he continued 8--A THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961 ing. Services will be held at St. Baker V. A. Center near MartinS. ]his home of a heart attack. ~ J"the consequences and ramifica John's Episcopal Church Satur burg. ~ The deceased was born in All- qp. _ . . ]tions of this trial have chafiged .... day afternoon at 3, the Rev. Tern Funeral services were held[bama June 10, 1910, and he came age Most in[~mous ]the course of civilization more - - - - -- ~ ,a~soooe-~,,~-Iof the late Truman and Fannie pie G. Wheeler, officiating. Bur Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. m. ]to Charles Town to live several q, , q, m ,, ]than other trial in the history of iPL it IF II am [Marlatt Roper. She spent her en- ial will be in Edge Hill Cemetery from the Melvin T. Strider Col-lyears ago. |r~| [0 ~e ~ermon [mankind because of who the de- |] r A | n ~ ]tire life residing in the county, in Charles Town. onial Funeral Home in Ranson [fendant was and because of the I Surviving are his wife, Lillian D.~A..,,'IL,.&A.|'.. PK .... K ~" m ~ = == v i She was a member of St. John's J with the Rev. Richard Scholl, pas [Smiley Daniel, of Princeton, N. I'-I~'l~U,~lt~llOll II, IIUILH i hand of' Almighty God in carry- - -_- -_ _--- -- - :]Episcopal Church, Rippon. ALBERT C. WELCH I tor of the Charles Town M~thod - ling out His purposes." [Baltimore Md. a half brother The minister of the Presbyter-[ The service will be at 11:00 A. MRS. MARGARET CHAPMAN ~ Surviving are her husband, at list Church, officiating. B~riallJ. a sister, Mrs. Derenda Dixie of Mrs Mar-aret R Chanman 64 [the home; a son, Paul D. Chap- Albert Christopher Welch, 83, I was made in Edge Hill Cemq.tery i James Donald Daniel of New ian Church, Carlyle A. McDonald ]M. Nursery service will be pro- ,,~fo ~ w~lt,~, n" ~m~,' .~ [man of Rippon and two grand- a well known farmer of the Ger-[in Charles Town~ R;ppo'/l', died"'V,;e lr e y' af:tc i('mJc!ren-N ncY lvl. (~hapman apd ,,-~,~,~,~t ...... ~,~,, .... ,e R,~t-,~l,~,, ~York City. has announced that the sermon[vided for little children during C(;unW, died Saturday in CharlesI [ Services will be held Friday [topic August 13, would be "The the service. Church School wiii noon in Charles Town G~:neral[Paul Donald Chapman; aJ:~o a ~;is Town General Hospital, follow- J mes Daniel Dies of [morning at 10 from the Smith [Most Infamous Trial In History.' [be at 9:45 A. M. Visitors will be attspitalmonth.after an illness ofhbout [~r,iTown.Mrs. Edna Roper of Charles ing an illness of about 10 days. [ Heart Attack at Home [and Strider Memorial Funeral ]"Thi:s,,trial", asserted Mr. icDon- [crdially welcomed. [ The deceased was born in Jef- [Home in Charles Town with the laid, was illegal and dishonest She was born in Jefferson[ Friends and relatives may call Jferson County, Dec. 16, 1877. J James Daniel, 51, of ~30 Eag [Rev. Alice Black, officiating. ]and the verdict rendered by the[ ..U.S. scienusts find Soviel County, Aug. 13, 1897, a daughter [at the Smith and Strider Memor- Surviving are a son Edward le Avenue, Charles Town, died "~urial will be in the Johnson- Ijudge was for political advanta- 'hopeful on arms talk. Moscow profoundly space flight. NOTIC EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY OI]b PANY OFFICE Located on Euclid East Washington tended, Next to our house and Bulk ,A'.~g. 10-1,.