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Prices effective thru Sat., March 4, 1961. Quantity rights reserved. Get Low, Low Prices Plus S&H GREEN STAMPS I in addition to your regular stamps With the Purchase of Section No. 1 of the HOLY BIBLE and Coupon at right START YOUR COPY TODAY! THIS COUPON in addition to your regular stamps with an order of $7.50 or mare, except cigarettes, tsnd FO|r Trade Items. NAME .................................................................................................................................................................... ADDRESS .......................................................................................................... TOWN .................... Offer Expires Saturday, March 4, 1961. LIMIT--ONE COUPON PER FAMILY LAHCASTER TEHgER ACME QUALITY PAN-READY FRYING LANCASTER BRAND SHANKLESS FULLY COOKED CUT-UP Ib WHOLE lb Shanldess Cut Butt Cut lb LEAN FIRESIDE lqb pkg R Morrell,s 3 eady-to.Eat Ib Can LANCASTER BONELESS lb SLICES OF HAM m 4 ii! /_. Virginia Lee .kg fi I Reg. 65c Golden or Marble Reg. 24c Plain or Seeded foal , II each VIENN,q B ooc,., PO JN]]I I IiKE Newl Choc. Almond*Cream Reg. 35c Breakfast pkg . lb. 89c Shank lb. TASTY SKINLESS Cut BI TT CUT- lb. 45 F R A N K S 2 SHOP A CME FOR ALL OF YOUR LENTEN NEEDS FANCY ' InO L~ ~ REG1JLAR JUI iii!i 131-42 Count] I!1 !15-20 Count] lb =1~ box =il'vv =1~ box1"-" i:~ Frozen Perch Fillets" '"~43c Sliced Halibut ,~45~ Frozen Haddock Fillets ~~ 49 Longhorn Cheese ,~ 59~ I Natural 1 Ib Frozen Pollock Fillets 35c Swettzer Cheese ;;g69 IP. / ~." / Arctic 28-ozpkgs 14-oz =-~.~, ~l. t ~l IdealAmerican, ~^. rtsn TICKS Seal See .k. ::)Y :)ltcea ~.neese Plmentoe'$Wi"pkg~t~tC Oysters, Crab Meat, Lobster Tatls," Scallops, at Acme Savings Beef, Liver or Fish 16-oz C cans Old Master's Illustrated Edition ACME QUALITY PIlODUCE-- You Hod It So Fresh! Holy Bible Ideal Sliced 316-oz sl Sensational Value! pkg$ Sections 2 to 15 ii:= il Ideal Green ..,. Only 99c per !~::~:: section :::: Ideal Chopped FANCY SLICING alas large bunch NATIONAL doz =tonald Duck Frozen Seabrook Farms (See Special Offe, on Section I Above) Available in the King James Authorized Version and the New American Catholic Edition Large Fla. Seabrook Farms Mid-Winter Grocery IDEAL Values! 4-oz can C GLENSIDE 16-oz Cfl8 C LUCKY LEAF Slices or Halves 29-0Z cans STAR KIST SOLID 7-OZ gins C STAR KIST LIGHT $ I/2 -O Z cling IDEAL l(~oz jar 6"ozi $1.~ jlir C l-lb bag I I II 1-1b can 1-1b bag C 1b can s1.35 OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE MARCH 2, 196i ............. 3---A N man on the B. & O. R. R. here and also in Ohio. He returned at the age of 65. He is survived by Lena Ambrose his wife and sister Mrs. Irene Piper and two brothers Raleigh Parker ]s a medical and tterman Snowden in Martins- Kings Daughters 'g again. weeks there be- We hope he will again. Welty of Shenan- spent Sunday ailer r. and Mrs. T. W. Wel and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Death formerly of in a Veterans Ohio. He in Engle, June 21, veteran of World been in Ohio for He was a 'brake burg. He was a hrother of the late Mrs. Ida Bagent and Mrs. Mannie Martin. He was well known here and liked by all his fellowmen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and daughter spent Sunday in Falls Church, Va. with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro and daughter. Mr. Gibson In K. D. IIospital Mr. Gregg Gibson who had been a medical patient in The Charles Town Hospital for eight week was taken from there to The Kings Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg for special treat- ment. Mamie Armbrester all of Martins burg and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bush and son near Bakerton. Howard Gageby formerly of here but is living in Baltimore is a patient in Fort Howard a vet- erans hospital near Baltimore. tie went through slight surgery last week. He is a son of Mi'. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby. Mrs. Lena Lightner and Ed- ward and family and son Charles all of Washington were called By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Jr. Longerbeam's Party Little Junior Longerbeam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longer- beam celebrated his fifth birth- day on Sunday with a party given' him by his mother. Refreshments of chicken salad sandwiches, po- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler and children of Baltimore, Md. were weekend guests with the let ters mother Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. Mr. Coley White spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman White and family in Wiley Ford, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children Donald and Susan, Mr: and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son Delmar, Mrs. Leona Everhart and and son were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs: David Brackett and family in Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Whitehair and son Keith of Harpers Ferry were Sunday guests with the lat- ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Mrs. Celia White paid another visit to her doctor in Hagerstown, Md. on Tuesday. Mrs. White had an operation on his ear in Jan. uary and it is doing just fine. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook have rented an apartment near Washington and both have em- ployment there. Joseph R. Williams Dies In Kearneysville Joseph Robert Williams, 65, who had engaged in farming for about five years near Kearneys- ville, died Saturday, Feb. 25 at the home of a sister Mrs. tsaah Allen, Kearneysville after an ill ness of about three years. The deceased was born in Cat- awba, Va. Feb. 1, 1894, a son of Joseph C. and Mary Napper Wil- liams. He was a member of the Ebenezer Baptis* Church in Mar. tinsburg. Surviving are one son, Lyn- wood Williams of Martinsburg; and four sisters.Mrs. Alien; Mrs. Donald Campbell, Charles Town; and Mrs. Gertrude Washington and Mrs. Kenneth Brannon, both of Pittsburgh, Pa. Services were held Tuesday af- ternoon at 2:30 from St. Paul's Baptist Church in Kearneysville by the Rev. John Wright, pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Martinsburg. Burial was made in the Baptist churchyard. gALES and SERVICE WEBB'S RADIO -- TELEVISION-- APPLIANCES Charlea Town. W. West Washington Street