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February 23, 1961

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THAT MAKE THE MEALI I I III. Ill I IIII 0 11 i ::i:i!ii)iiii!" $o q# ,T S WHITF.'S OODS .ALWAYS" CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE - - - Jumbo heads 10c PINK SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT {80-96's) - 5 for. 29c WEST WASHINGTON STREET BAKERS ANGEL FLAKE COCOANUT - ROYAL GELATIN--3c Off - 2 31/4-oz. tins 37c - - - 2 Ige. family pkgs. 33c ) CHEF SPAGHETTI DINNERS PILLSBURG CAKE MIXES - SONNY BOY M A I N E CHOCOLATE SYRUP . HALF HILL ALL PUfiPOSE POTATOES - FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS iiiii - 10-lb. bag 49c . - lb. 39c GRATED TUNA FISH - PREMIER LIGHT MEAT TUNA FISH LUZIANNE INSTANT COFFEE--15c Off SCOTTIES . . . - - - pkg. 39c, - - - pkg. 29c - 12-oz. can 19c 5 6-oz. cans $1.00 4 7-oz. cans $1.00 - 2-oz. jar 24c - 2 pkgs. 400s 49c CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. N E S C A F E--15c Off z~ - 6-oz. jar 79c JIFFY PIE MIX - ..... pkg. 10c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE---4c Off - - McCORMICK'S MAYONNAISE 1-1b. can 71c - - pt. 35c N. B. C. FIG BARS . . SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS KEEBLER SALTINES - - - - l-lb. pkg. 29c pkg. 29c 1-ib. pkg. 29c DINTY MOORE STEW - 2 24-oz. cans 89c HORMEL CHILl WITH BEANS--24-oz. can 53c KEN - L - RATION DOG MEAL--20c Off GRAVY TRAIN DOG MEAL - - - 4-lb. bag 39c 5-lb. bag 69c BUY A GLASS OR CASE AT REGULAR FRICES AND GET A GLASS OR CASE F R E E WITH EVERY GLASS OR CASE YOU BUY! L, 100 FREE STAMPS 100 With Purchase of $5.00 Order or More. 5O FREE STAMPS 50 With Purchase of 2-Lb. Teen Queen Cheese Food 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With Purchase of With Purchase of 4-Lb. Hormel Gallon Cooked Ham Dazzle Fluff III I I II I feeder steers 20.00 to 26.00; stock Many Students Listed ~B Students heifers and bulls by the head I Gene Bane, Sandra Bennett, De 140.00 down; ]borah Cheshire, William Chris- I Choice to prime calves 30.00 to On Honor Roll At Chas. I man, Diane Collis, Pamela Con- 34.00; good butcher calves 25.00 lard, Alana Custer, Martha Dal- 20.00t0 30.00;to 25.00;mediumthinbUtchercalves calves, 19.00 Town Junior High School II garn'ans, LindaPamelaGrant,DemrY'JamesGWynnjen.EV nings, Joyce Johnston, Frederick Idwn; heavy calves up to 25.00; Principal Roscoe Payne of the IKratz, Kitty Link, Marion Mer. I Blue head grade lambs 17.00 to i Charles Town Junior High School i chant, Marcie Reid, Billy Seibert, 19.00: red head grade lambs 14.00 [announce this week the following !Olivia Smith, Marilyn Swartz, 'to 16.00; red shoulder grade tstudents who were on the Honor Margaret Vorous, Ronald Widmy lambs 14.00 down; butcher ewes The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, Feb. 20, 1961. Receipts of hogs, cattle and cal yes heavy with a god demand for all classes on lower prices. Feature of sale was prime veal top $34.00; choice steers 25.89 top. Choice butcher steers 24.50 to 25.80; good butcher steers 20.00 to 23.00; plain to medium steers 16.00 to 19.00; choice butclYer heif ers $24 to 24.50; good butcher hei fers 21.00 to 23.00; plain to med- ium haifers 14.00 to 19.00; good bulls 20.00 to 21.75; plain to med- ium bulls 17.00 to 19.50; commer- cial cows 16.00 to 17.00; utility cows 15.00 to 16.00; canners and cutters 14.75 down; cows by the head up ot 190.00; stocker and , , 3.00 to 7.00; stock ewes per head none; 1 Good butcher hogs 18.00 to 18.- 50; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to 18.00; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 to 18.00; butcher sows 12.00 to 16.0(}; heavy feeders and light but chef hogs 15.00 to 19.00; shoats i per hundred 28.00 down; pigs per head 12.00 down; heavy boars 10:- 00 to 11.50; stags none; sows and pigs up to 60.00; stock boars 11.00 to 15.00. Miscellaneous sales start I1:00 A. M..Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. Annual Spring Feeder and Grass Cattle Sale Friday, April 7th. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Roll: Ninth Grade A Students Rosella Kern B Students Carla Alexander, Robert Ben- ton, Vicki Blue, Lois Brewer, Ca- leb Burns, Beverly Coffman, Rich ard Ebersole, Carolyn Everhart, Nanucy Gardner, Amon Gran- tham, Suzette Heinz, Shirley Jack son~ Michael Kidwell, Ann Owen McCormick, Patsy Mahone, John Merchant, Marie Penwell, Jean- nie Ramsburg, Sandra Lee Rod- er. Seventh Grade Students A Student Tana Barron B Students Linda Bright, Margaret Byrer, Greg Carper, Russell Cave, Har- old Chamblin, Dianna Chandler, Mary Lynn Childs, Janet Clenden ing, Janis Clopper, Gregg Corbin, Linda Coyle, Danny Creamer, Mary Denmry, Linda Ellis, Ellen Funk, Sharon Funk, Jane Good- ell, James tteflebower, Susan Hill Chester Hines, Barbara Hunt, Bes Sagle~ John Scholl, Valerie Smith Susan Stevens, Olivia Upwright, Peggy Vickers, Becky Ware, Lin. da Willingham, Eddy Whitting- ton. m Series Lenten Services gcrs, Margaret Saville, Paul ,Sto- kes, Kay Stotler, Ann West, San- dra Whittington. Eighth Grade Students A Student~ Walter Smith For Shepherdstown The first in a series of Lenten Services sponsored by the Shep. herdstown Ministerial Associat. ion was held at Trinity Episcopal Church Sunday night, February 19, at 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. Ar- thur Kerr, pastor of the Church of the Holy Spirit, Summit Point, and Grace Church, Middleway was guest preacher. The other services have been tentatively scheduled as follows: Sunday, Febt;uary 26: New Street Methodist Church. Sunday, March 5: Asbury Meth odist Churc.. sic Jenkins, Thomas Kern, John[ Sunday, March 12: Christ Re- Kite, Linda Link, Cheryl Miller, I formed Church. Deborah Morris, Rebecca Ner-I Sunday, March 19: St. John hood, Susan Ott, Carolyn Penwell, ]Baptist Church. Douglas Perks, Ann Reeler, Jean[ Palm Sunday, March 26: Pres- hie Roth, Charles Sager, Jeffrey I byterian Church. A three hour Good Friday Ser. vice will be held at the Lutheran Church on the afternoon of Mar. ch 31st. All other services will be at 7:30. The put)lic is cordially invited to attend any or all of these ser- vices. Sermon Series Will 'Be Concluded Presbyterian Church Sunday, Feb. 26 The seventh in a series of ser- mons on the general theme "You Can Be Sure" will be preached at the Charles Town Presbyterian Church on 'Sunday, February 26 at 11:00 A. M. by the minister Carlyle A. McDonald. The topic of this concluding sermon in the series will be "You Can Be Sure That God Will Answer Your Pray ers." For people who ask: "How Can I Be certain that God will an swer my prayers," God's word has the answers," stated Mr. McDon- ald. He added also that if people only knew the value and power of prayer and if they would truly SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r aas 8---A THURSDAY, FEBRUARY pray, everything would be better. Everyone is invited to this ser- vice at 11:00 A. M. and to Church School at 10:00 A. M. Nursery service for children of pre-school age will be resumed on a regul. ar basis beginning on Sunday, February 26. Nursery Service Will Be Resumed Presbyterian" Church On February 26 On acount of construction and remodeling at the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, the nursery for little children during the 11:- 00 A. M. worship service was dis. continued before Christmas. This week the church office announ- ced that this service would again be provided on a regular basis be ginning on Sunday, February 26. Thusly all parents who would like to leave their children of pre- school age in the nursery during the regular morning vice are invited to do Church School, wh sumed on Sunday, will be conducted at J CORRECTION In a story carried in 16 issue of the Spirit son-Advocate it was iv incorrectly stated that son County Board had sent two Armed Forces ing station in Tuesday for induction. Harry Joe Brooks Town and John of Shepherdstown their pre-induction Mrs. ttelen Glenn, local Draft Board has received a call for one man from the'local induction in the month France and rebels means to end war. /