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I " " " .Jr " IT'S WHITE'S WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, Wt VA. mmmmmmmmm PAN F L U F F 0--6c Off Can - - 3-lb. can 79c BETTY CROCKER PIE CRUST . m 2 pkgs. 33c BETTY CROCKER GINGER BREAD MIX - 2 pkgs. 49c PILLSBURY .. .UT .,x 39c .., . 4 COffEE CAKE MtX--Reg. 39c Pkg. I $ }1) DATE BREAD MIX-.Reg. 39c Pkg. DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES . . pkg. 35c (Chcolate - Yellow White) PILLSBURY CHERRY ANGEL FOOD MiX - - pkg. 29c McCORMICK'S MAYONNAISE--Half Pint FREE .11/2 pt. jar 43c I m LOG CABIN SYRUP - PRINCESS COOKIES - - - 2-lb. pkg. 39c DIXIE BELL FIG BARS - - 2-1b, pkg. 39c LUZIANNE INSTANT COFFEE, . 2-oz. jar 24c LUZIANNE COFFEE'5c Off - l-lb. can 70c STERLING SALT .... 26-oz. box 11c QUALITY HOUSE ICE CREAH - 1/2 gal. 79c 12.oz. bottle 29c ARMOURS VIENNA SAUSAGE - 5 4-oz. cans $1:00 LIBBYS VIENNA SAUSAGE - LIBBYS DEEP 'BROWN PORK BEANS - - - LIBBYS 5 4-oz. cans $1.00 6 21-oz. cans $1.00 PINEAPPLE AND GRAPEFRUIT DRINK . - 5 quart cans $1.00 GO DEN 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With Purchase ofWith Purchase ofWith Purchase ofWith Purchase ofWith Purchase of 48-Oz. Can Octagon 2 10-Oz. Glasses 4 Cans 31-Oz. Libbys 2-Lbs. Chef Delight Liquid Detergent Any Price Broom Kraft Jelly Deep Brown Beans Cheese Spread And This Coupon And This Coupon And ThL~ Coupon And This Coupon .And This Coupon SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Davie Hovermale, Judy, Harry callers at the Shirley Farm at cle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudley 8--A THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1961 Jr., Donald, Rusty and Debbie Middleway. The church of God in Baltimore, Md. i Shirley Adults were Mrs. Lester of Ranson held their baptizing. I Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~. Viands, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Also on the Shirley farm Sunday ICli'/e Myers Saturday evening I were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Polha u UAI ne 'vnWu Viands Jr., Mrs. Betty Hovermale there were about twenty five bap I mus, Berryville, Dr. and Mrs. Wil ffiLt,ll/~l lit, )munn Icy. Mr .and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and tized. ............ nay evening for a weeks vacation Mr. Harry Shirley. A large cake Mr. John Wagaman of Hagers-IIts Dearing, Hume, Va., Mrs. Ca- I bell Tapscott and Miss Lllliam IJy l~lrs, julia wnlpp vlanmu in Little Rock, Alabama with one centered the table with ten can- town, Md. spent Sunday after-iMyers. .. ... :-----. of his buddies that was with him dies. Ice cream, candy, nuts and non with Mr. Bert Viands. Mrs. ~iss tJonna Jean James of Ran ....... in the Army overseas, potato chips were served by the Doris Herndon and daughter Mell Mrs. Winfred Sammons and son rezurnea nome wl~n ner cou .......... il" sin Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton ~rs/ x~arry ,~mr~ey a:a~lC~ ~ hostess. Bobby received some ody of Washington, D. C. were [children of Washington have a s B ltimore Md last ................ J ...... nice presents, callers also Sunday afternoon I been visiting her parents Mr. and nd on to a .... n [Mrs- Jesse Boyd. Sunday for a visit ' Frzday evening wzth her pare ts Mr. and Mrs. Buck Dillow and with the Viands. Mrs. Maude Smallwod and son Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. 'three children of Martinsburg Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of I Mary Wilson, Barbara, Joy ann Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover-were callers on Tuesday evening Kabletown were Saturday and ]GarY.Sager are visiting their Marvin were callers Monday af- ternoon with the formers grand- son Mr. Francis Smallwood and family in Ranson. Mrs. Helen Shirley of the Gen eral Telephone Company was a dinner guest Tuesday ~and Wed- nesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover. male and children Davie and Donna of Jefferson Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri of Loudoun Hei ghts, Va. were Tuesday callers with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Sr. Misses Cozellia and Colinda Smallwood spent several days last week with Miss Beverley Kid well at the home of her grand- parents in Berkeley Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the wekend in Baltimore, Md. with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Ham pton and son Terry. Mrs. Doris Herndon and daugh- ter Melody of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of Brtmswick Md were supper guests on Wednesday with their parents Mr. acid Mrs. Robert Frye. Mrs. Lester Ott and son Mich- ael spent the day Wednesday with her mother Mrs. James Dail male and two children Donna with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stagner and David spent the weekend with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sperow in Ber- keley Springs. Sorry to hear Mrs. Roy Pulse who came from the hospital last week had to return and is now a patient in the hospital. Her mother Mrs. Cline also has been very sick again. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McSherry and Mr and Mrs. Hubert Dutrow of Hagerstown, Md. were Satur- day evening callers with the lat- ters cousins Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands and Mr. Roland Whipp. Mr. and Mrs, Nelson Bush were callers with the latters mother Mrs. Willingham and daughter Bernice in Kearneysville. Mr. arid Mrs. Melvin Fritts and daughter Mrs. Doris Herndon, Given Birthday Party Mrs. Harry Shirley gave her son Bobby a birthday Darty Thur Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth Henry of Ran- son was a caller Wednesday af- ternoon with her sister Mrs. Rob err Frye. Mrs. George Jones left Satur- day evening for a months visit to her home town in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She will visit her nie- ce Misses Myrtle and Pearl Spau de and also Mr. Jones brother Mr. and Mrs. William Smallwood. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wiley~and children of Rippon were callers on Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. Mrs. William Dillow and dau- ghter Tanna attended the funeral of her eleven year old cousin who drowned near Point of Rocks last week. She spent the night with her mother Mrs. Mary Frye at Point of Rocks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks, Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette .Cham blin of Ranson were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Sunday visitors with their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and daughters Bonnie and Joyce. Mr. James Viands of Gerrards town spent Monday morning with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. By Miss Lillian Myers Mr. and Mrs. William Cave and family of She~herdstown have moved to the house they recently bought from Danny Hendricks- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wisecarver and children who had been llv- ing there the past year have mov ed to Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cross and family of Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cross and family of Front Royal, Va. and Mrs. Robert Cross of Martinsburg were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Cross and Mrs. Walter Rone- mous. grandmother Mrs. Attic Rodgers in Glen Burnie, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snyder and son Herbert spent the week end with her sister and 'brother' in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mer cer in Oberlin, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Osbourn Darr of I Hagerstown and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grant and family of Mar tinsblarg visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Mrs. Marvin Farmer is a pa- tient in Kings Daughters Hospit- al, Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darr and Miss Mae Morris spent Sunday with their niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs. ~laude Harris in Hag- erstown. Mrs. Dodson has returned to hei- home in Norfolk, Va. after havin$ spent some time with her p//rents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Welch of Bethesda, Md. were weekend guests of her sister-in-law Mrs. Mary Grayson. Mrs. William' Wisham of Phil: adelphia, Pa. has been visiting her mother Mrs. Grover Leith. Miss Nannie Fleming has re- turned home after having spent several weeks with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watson near Leetown. Mrs. Roy Shirley has been con fined to her home by illness. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cooper and children of Roanoke, Va. are visiting her grandmother Mrs. Josie Southard. Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive Myers land daughter Suzanne and Miss Lillian Myers spent Sunday with their cousins Misses Nelle and Lucy Boyd in Falls Church, Va. The Rev. and Mrs. James Smith and children have return- ed home after having spent two weeks with relatives in Whitmel and LaGrange, N C LE By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mrs. Harold Covert and daugh ters of Winchester visited Mrs. Ruth Clegg and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and sons Wednesday. Mrs. Mabel Harding and son Frank spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel in Rockville, Md. Mrs. Ruth Clegg and Mrs. Ka- thryn Welty visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Emery in Martinsburg Wed~ nesday. is improving some now. I ver being conducted in Hospital Patient I South Carolina. The t~ Mrs. Hugh Davidson has been l ercise is scheduled to a medical patient in the King 12o. Daughters Hospital in Martins- Swift Strike, one of burg for the past week for treat gest peacetime military ment. She is improving very ever conducted in the U good now, may be home soon. ves nearly 40,000 troops Mr. W. E. Gageby is also a reed- ated combat in a manet ical patient there and is doing 100 miles long and fine and will soon be home. This in the Carolinas. The r is the first time he has ever been jective of the exercise is sick or hospitalized and is in his vide realistic peacetime 88th year of life. Misses Judy Robinson, Noi'ma for troop carrier U. S. Air Force Reserve, Lee Jenkins and Dorrene Gage- by of Washington where they are living and employed at The Pen tagon spent the weekend at their home here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Buzock and family of Nyack, N. Y. spent last week with Mrs. Buzock's parents Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell. Jimmy Mahoney of Duffield's is spending a few days this week with Wayne and Charles Welty. Mrs. Bessie Gageby and Mrs. Harry Gageby and daughter and niece visited Mr. and Mrs. ttow- ard Gageby in Baltimore Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kirby and daughters of HalltowH visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gifft and family Sunda~. Miss Joyce Gageby spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. David Pfc. Robert Rutherford Gageby and baby near Charles Town iP gl Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrosearticipatin n 101st Moss and family near Martins-,,,,,,0rne Exercises burg Saturday. They used to be fighter and tactical ce units of the Air Guard and active Army units of the Strategic Corps (STRAC). Rutherford is ed as a switchboard Company B of the Signal Battalion at bell, Ky. He entered the 1959 and completed ing at Fort Jackson, S. C. Rutherford is at 1959 of Boonsboro (Md.) our neighbors here. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carper of Charles Town visited Mr. and Mrs. George Greenwalt Monday night. Mrs. Greenwalt has not been able to get around good for several weeks. She was stricken with a blood clot in her leg. We are glad she Mrs. Nellie Gageby is staying v, , rom"e'es with her daughter Mrs. Mary En gle at Reedson while her husband W. E. Gageby is in the hospital in Martinsburg. Fort Campbell, Ky. (AHTNC) Army Pfc. Robert L. Rutherford, 19, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Slick, live on Route 1, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. is partic- ipating with other personnel from the 101st Airborne Divis- ion in Exercise Swift Strike, a massive Army-Air Force maneu- Course At Fort National Guard Leslie son of Mr. and Mrs. Haley, Route 2, completed the eight ing course at The School, Fort Lee, Va. During the course red training in pastry baking, meat operating a field He is regularly cook in Combat pany, 2d Battle fantry, an Army unit in Virginia. Haley attended High SchOol.