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II WITH COUPONS BELOW THIS COUPON WORTH MARKETS in addition to your regular stamps with an order of $10 or mare, except cigarettes and Fair Trade Items. 10-14 lb avg. Ib Prices effective thru Sat., Feb. 4, 1961. Quantity rights reselved. Natural Sliced 1-1b pkg C (Lesser quantities at regular prices) Lean Sliced 1-1b pkg rC Shankless lb Cut; Butt lb Cut; LEAN, SMOKE]} NAME . TOWN.,.--..,.----...-,-..-- ---.,-- Offer Expires Sat., Feb. 4, 1961. LiMIT0NE COUPON PER CUSTOMER GREEN STAMPS VALUABLE COUPON ACME MARKETS 30 EXTRA S&H GllEEN STAMPS with the purchase of a 4-1b hag of EATING APPLES this coupon is recleemable for 30 EXTRA BONUS S&H GREEN STAMPS plus the stamps you regularly receive with your purchase. VOID AFTER SATUR- DAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961. Name..,...,.......,.,,..,..,...,........,..,..,.,., Address ............................................ i "' , ,,+ I , , I, ILUABL COUPON ACME MAIlKETS S&H GREEN STA IIPS with the purchase of a 1-1b pkg of FIRESIDE or LANCASTER Th s coupon is redeemable for 30 EXTRA BONUS S&H GREEN STAMPS Flu; the stamps you regularly receive with your purchase. VOID AFTER SATUR. DAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961. Name ...... o..,,.,,...,,.,,,,...o........ Address ............................................ VALUARLE COUPON 111 Ill wV:uAm E+ mJpoN Ii ACME MARKETS /11 III ACME MARKETS III Butt., FREE 30 EXTRA IH III FREE 30 EXTRA Shank lb Cut; " Cut; s&u GREEN STAMPS Ill Ill s&n GREEN STAMPS Ill SERVE OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE WITH HAMorTURKEY with the purchase of 2 loaves /11III with the purchase of any volume of II! -- - --- ..... 079' o,,~ME WHITE or/11 III EVERY-CHILD'S II1 |El LuncasterTender ib IEI,F I IL, Lancaster Boneless DARK BREAD Ill III Picture Encyclopedia ' ~h~ ~%p~n SiTSA~pdseepr?:pitehef:rta3mOsE;::Are:uOiNrUSy Ill m ,hi .... po. is red .... ble for 30 EXTRA BONUS Ill 'AU ~b E ~EA 'CAN' J SM 'K ] I' SIB '" [ 'IP I)eA~:eFE~RtUhA~u~i,P~;6hla.Se" VOID AFTER SATUR" ,,iii 't(HeivGeREwEiThSTyA~/~rP~uPr~:st:e S;aO~SAYFT~Re~ITauIRY" ii/ll ,., DAY, FEBRUARY 4,1961..i...., '. " Name ............................................... Ill.omel .............................................. WHOLE FANCY ( "" " " 35c p':"g Sll t BONELES~ g dl I 9-111bs *b CENTER CUT SLICES ,b IJC 1 ~-2~ ~. J ..... " '~',ui Ill I c 5 'b bx $4.19 Address............................................ /11 Address .... .......... Ideal Prepared SALE OF Us S. No. 1 "A" SIZE WHITE PLAY SEABROOK FARMS Ideal Tomato Sauce 28-oz jars 31-oz cans 12-oz can FORK & BEANS Lancaster 11aDZ pkg Ideal Fancy RC, BN, BD, or BT +~ ..----- .... lb bag Fresh Crisp Iceberg Large Juicy Florida Temple WILD BIRD SEED 69 bag I ] ; Virginia Lee OVEN FIIESI! TIIEA T$ 9c! Reg. 33c COFFEE KUCHEN and Reg. 45c CHEESE RING BOTH for only Reg. 39c Louisiana Each Special Plain, Iced or Old Fashioned L( tf Spe ial large heads d0z 10 :,+gSl.Z9 Extra Special! Buy Four- o.,.,.o,. ,oo- Get One Free! Details in our Frozen Food Dept, Seabrook 2 10-oz C French Style pkgs 45 Farms pkgs 20-oz F Snow Crop pkg +11 1 -o= $11 Ideal Sliced J pkgs II /I lO-oz e]lJ~e Ideal Cal . & OD" 5-oz pkgs C 17-oz C cans CHILDREN CLEAN pkg SA--V,/'iGS OF 20% TO 50- 'o ON ... WOND E p p THbY NIEwMPERIAL REVOLUTIONARY PATENTED BLADE FASTER CUTTING ACTION ---STAYS SHARPER LONGER ALL PIECES NOW ON SALE .--- OFFER ENDS FEB. 4, 1961 Ileal Condensed 6-oz. $ .09 Calls tall cans II ('s) Ib RICHLANB BUTTER Ib bag Sweet Cream Mild, Mellow Rich, Flavorful ASCO COFFEE COFFEE Heavier Bodied Vac. Packed ............. Ideal Coffee'" :'~.' Y:72.'. -+.. can 2-1b can $1.35 EVERY CHILD'S PICTURE ENCYCLOPEDIA Volume No. I C Volumes 2-16 each only each only ALL VOLUMES NOW ON SALE OFFER EXPIRES FEBRUARY 4, 1961 eight trips to General Hos- Period of Jan. six boy babies OCCurred Thurs- Ronald Leon, and Mrs. Sew- Ferry; a was born ny N. Pal and the same Franklin was Mrs. Larry T. Md. 27 a son Wil- *orn to Mr. and )urg of '1aa. 28 a son Keith Darnell was born to Mr. and Mrs. I George T. Porterfield, City; Baby _ C a_rl E. White, Charles Town; and SandraJ. Dinterman, Brunswick, the same day a daughter, Cynthia Md.; Mr. Walter C. Tucker, Knox- Darlene, was born to Mr. and ville, Md.; Master James M. Ott, Mrs. Lewis W. Viands. Monday, Jan. 30 a son, Walter William was born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen O. Roberts of Ranson and on Tuesday, Jan. 31, a son Michael Lynn was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie M. Grimm of Kearneysville. Surgical patients admitted to the hospital were Mrs. Velma L. Jenkins, Master William R. Ma- gaha, Jr. City; Master Lewis E. Lancaster, ttarpers Ferry; Mr. John G. ~)emory, Shepherdstown; Mr. John Willingham, City; Mrs. Sally L. Stewart, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Rosalind E. CapNotti, Bruns wick, Md.; Mrs. Ann Taylor, City; ~Ir. William A. Crum, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Dorothy E. Ramsburg, Ransom Medical patients admitted were Little Johnny Davis, Ranson; Mr. City; Mr. Clarence B. Catlett, Ran son; Mrs. Margaret J. Webber, Knoxville, Md.; Mr. Harold L. Penwell, City; Mr. Charles C. A- halt, City; Mrs. Mildred V. D'An- gel0, Millville; Mrs. Ruth Hansen Ranson; Mr. Robert L. Green, Harpers Ferry. Out patients were; Robert L. Jackson, David G. Trail, Harpers Ferry; William R. Magaha, City; Lewis Lancaster, Harpers Ferry; Clifford E. Muncey, Leesburg; William S. Rowe, City; Rowland Moreland, Ranson; Linda Wilt, Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens Jr. of Alexandria, Va. were visitors on Monday of last week at the home of the ~ormers parents Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens Sr. at the Mount View Brethern Chur ch near Inwood beginning at 7:30 p. m. The program was given at the Brethern Church in Leetown on December 28 and the people thought so much of it that they have decided to present it again. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring and sons attended a Hymn Sing at the Millville Church of God on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. George (Pete) Griffith and daughter Debbie were Sunday visitors at her par- ents Mr.' and Mrs. Lewis Carroll of Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Zom- bro and Patsy of Kearneysville were Wednesday lunch guests of Mr .and Mrs. Carroll Johnson and Tommy on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Childs and daughter Mary L~nn and Mr. and Mrs. Linden DeHaven of Clearbrook and Mr. Jimmy Plot- her of near Berryville were Sun- day lunch guests of Mrs. Toni DeHaven. Later callers were Mr. and Mrs. Will Orndorff of near Winchester. Master Tommy W. Johnson spent Sunday with Bobby and now. Mrs. Robert Liskey and child- ren Roma and Bobby were Sun- day 'callers at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Liskey. Mrs. C. A. Kearns, Mr. William Hartack and Mr. William Baker were on the grand jury on the sev enteenth of January. Mr. Charles Jones of Martins- burg, Miss Kathryn Liskey and Miss Roma Liskey called upon Mr. Thomas Barron and daugh- ter Zana and Mr. J. W. Drish of Charles Town on Sunday eevning. Mrs. John Wellman spent the SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE TII[RSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1961 3--A weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Char les A. Kearns. Hagerstown Almanac Sees Snowy February The Hagerstown Ahnanac, that hasn't done so badly in predicting t~he weather so far this winter, says we can expect pl,:nty of snow Tight up until the last week in M~xch. The Almanac is predicting '~,~owy February, with snow or rai~ on Pcbru~ry 1, 2 and 3, and with uv.set~led weather, which co,rid mean snow. on the 4th and 5th. M~re snow or vain is pre- dicted on the l lth and 12th, and unseat,tied weather the ~ext two days. A perriod of snow and stormy weather is forecast for February 15, 16, 17 ,and 18, ~nd :again on l~ebru~ry 22, 23, 24 and +25. March 5th and 6t~h w~ll have snow and stormy weather, with more rain or snow March 26, says the Al.rnan ae. April and May ~vill ~e quite showery, with 17 days kn April and 2q days ~n May having rain, ~ccordlng to the Almanac. Shepherdstown PTA Will Meet Monday At 8 P. M. The ShePherdstown Elementary School PTA will hold its monthly ~neetlng on Monday, Peb. 6, at 8:00 p. m ~t the graxied school. The speaker for the evening will ba Mr. Ted Lowery, Superinten- dent of the Jefferson County l:b~blic Schools. H.ls topic will be: "'Status and Support of Our Pub- llc ,Schools." Everyone is invited to attend.