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'L L THIS COUPON IS WORTH in addition to your regular $tcmps with an order of $7.50 ar mare, except cigarettes and Fair Trade Items. NAMF ADDRESS TOWN OFFER EXPIRES SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1961. LIMIT--ONE COUPON PER FAMILY WITH COUPONS ON THIS PAGE MARKETS SLICES OR HALVES YELLOW FANCY CALIF. LIVELY TASTING llANO Big values in every department...at our" Del Monte Food Fiesta No2V2 cans 2~o,~75 cans 14-oz bats Prices effective thin ~t., March 18, 1961. Quantity rights telerved. PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 48-oz IC earls TENDER WHOLE No. 303 Cans FOR ALL COOKING USES--- ilnll S..re ~~ ig a great I LANCASTER BRAND lb and-. NEW SOUTHERN lb m LANCASTER BRAND TOP-QUALITY Tender Corn.Fed Beef lb Acme Freshly Ground SHOP ACSIE FOR ALL YOUR LENTEN NEEDS FANCY Ib 79" FIRESIDE LEAN 1-1b pkg MORRELUS PORK l-lb pkg (31-42 Count) lb (15-20 Count) lb 1,b pkgl I 5 'box s3.30 5 ":x s4.39 lb .ORREL READY.TO-EAT Frozen Perch Fillets Sliced Halibut ,b45 , Frozen Haddock Fillets p..l'" -,.'q Whitings ,.dy 5 x95 10%$1.89 Winning ('s) Ib' Standard Oysters s~.o~.. Fro.zen Pollock Fillets pkgl"lb o~l~O~ll Freshly 12.ozOr~Ocan 7 BUTTER 'b'L/U" ... ~... Aro,, =~-o.p.. ,*o. =no ,~ 59 rlsn . lrlCKS s., 69c pkaJ7 Longhorn Cheese J,". ,oue,,o ,,,, 1, Sl.59 Sweitzer Cheese """'" 69 Enriched 0.., Crab Meat Back.Fin Lump can Sliced pkg - ...... , BONELESS READY-TO-EAT __ ._ . CRISP ICEBERG iJq)l I VirginS. --U.kery Treatst v wmm lg. ,l I ,, I AIS B|',EA - - . :" hds LI,I iI,, I _ o.o.o..,=c . Old Fashioned J ~dlll~ SPECIAL! can ' .,0~. w..w '! , i ~: ;PA IllS] i B, B CAKES ~::~ , S~LE! SECTI0NS 1-5 I=:, ,IN{ ,]"L 1'06 B CAKES , Speciatin pko Old Masters illustrated Edition of the J I r ' ' ~,,. filt,KY CII IN. BUNS ~0c,., l l O L Y B 1 B L 11 Reg ~ Each Sensational Value ~C Ira I rNi fll fill qfa{=' w.... ,ali I c ,,, ,JlHI,AI PL PIES ,.,,oo. 2.15 77 per section b I I I 1iI 1 Bill western pka. Ill ' i '.. Acme'$ Own "Heat-Fie" Roasted Availabte ,.the vKingJ cre AhUthorlEZd*diVersion and the V la on, el" C) l' ' till |e,, New rop__-.. ,'1 ,' i lENt C 'O F E o e, on ideal Frozen Sliced Rill Af' IE GASI)EN MART A:iC0 I WINCH 16-OZ Iii ~ ,~: STBAWBEBBIES 111 Brass SeedI 5-10-5 FERTILIZER /!~J =:6,1= I :::5: Ideal . I Glenside -,b .69 .,, $ .25 lib\co,st ...... PEA| ::; ! $0.sl I, $0.. 1 I11 !! Heavier Bodied 2 m can $1.3S ASPARAGUS S ! Donald Duck Frozen . Crul~ Is'ass Kdler :%"s8" ~.-i i ::~ ~" .... I ~-oz I cans 1 covers 3S-lb .95 ORAl fiE JUII,E [ ;g I/ll,llRO ,,000...... s3 Seabrook Farms French Fried . AH Purpose 35-1b s' ,95 VZTS 16-O1 .:oz I VlGII]I Plant Food bag "1"/" can. pxgs J Complete line of other Organic Fertilizers at OF JEFFERSON FAaMERS ADVOCATE MARCH 16, 19.6_! ....... 3--A spent the weekend with Mrs. W. B. Hammond. Mr. Hammond re- mains a patient at King Daugh- Elsie Hamstead ters tIospital. ~Ston I Mr and Mrs Cecil Stuckey of ! was a guest : ' c llers he:'d College last Martmsburg were Sunday 'a ' Day. After his of Mrs. Zeal Cherry. ~emistrv ~tud~nt~l Mrs. L. V. Stuckey Jr. was re- ........... t Stion .~d .,~,, I leased from the hospital las ........... Wednesday and has resumed her , . . I duties at the Postoffice. On Fri- voug Arvin anu - . ~ .... /day Mrs. V]rgmla E. Everhart --u t~eooran oi ] was sworn in to replace Mrs. Sunday visitors Gladys S. Fleming Acting Post- John McCarty. visited Mrs. S. C. fternoon. Roland of Hagers- Mr.. and Mrs. Benedum and Barbara master. The Evergreen 4-H Club held its Public meeting at the Educat- ional Building of Grace E. & R. Church last Monday night. Miss Virginia Creamer has accepted the responsibility of 4-H club leader. Mrs. Frank Powell is a patient at Kings Daughters Hospital. Having sold their farm and pur' chased a house in Martinsburg Misses Belle and Lois Stanley are selling their farm machinery and some household goods on Satur- day, March 18. The Women's Guild of Grace E. & R. Church will sell lunch. Mrs. J. W. Cline who has been visiting her son and daughter-in- law Mr: and Mrs. Bill Cline at Silver Spring, Md. spent the week end at her hqme here. She return ed to Silver Spring on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie James of Martinsburg were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Edith Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wall and children Larry and Diane of Mar- tinsburg visited Mrs. Dora Tur- ner Sunday afternoon. Mr. Marvin Thomas has been called back to work with th~ B. & O. Worship Services at the Presby terian Church will be held at 9 a. m. Sunday with S. S. at 10 A. M. The men of the church are invited to hear Dr. James Apple- , by of Union Theological Semin. .ary who will speak on Evangelism at First Presbyterian Church Mar tinsburg on Monday, March 20 at 6:30 p. m. The K. C. Y. F. attended Len. ten Services at Shepherdstown Sunday evening. The Rev. Roy C. Snyder, Acting President of Potomac Synod delivered the ser mort. ' The film "Return To Nazareth" will be shown at the E. & R. Chtlr eh, March 19 at 7:30 p. m. Wor. ship Services will be held at 9:30 Sunday with S. S. at 10:30. Mr. Norval Johnston II and his mother Mrs. Norval Johnston ae companied Dr. George S. Apple- by and his mother Mrs. George Apleby Jr. of Martinsburg to the annual Flower Show at Washing. ton, D. C. on Sunday. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr W. S. C. S, Meets March 24 The Women's Society of Christ- ian Service will meet at the home of Mrs. Bates Watson on Friday night March 24 with Mrs. Warren Collis having the lesson. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr spent from Friday to Sunday in Hagers- town, Md. with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr. Sunday afternoon enroute home Mrs, Mary Bru~e Furr and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr were call ers with Mr. and rMs. Clyde Grubb in Shepherdstown. Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mrs. George Hartzell, Mrs. Victor Blue, Mrs. IIugh Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts and Mr, E. M. Coyle attend ed the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Marshall Sunday at the home of their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. David Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer of Big Pool, Md. visited Sunday with the Slusher's and Wilson's at "Rose Hill Farm". Vicki Blue visited Sunday with Gall Slusher. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town were call- ers Sunday eevning with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison of Bel Air, Md. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Long and daughter of Mar- tinsburg were also guests at the Willis home. Mrs. Robert Brown of Martins- burg was a caller Sunday evening with Mrs. J. S. Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blue of Martinsburg were callers Sunday afternon with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- on Blue and family. Mrs. Charles G. Owens spent several days last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. b. Jones iMURRELL HILL REVIVAL of Charles Town. I WlLL BEGIN SUNDAY NIGHT i Mr. atld Mrs. Taylor Winkler and Dougie were dinner guests Revival Services will begin Sun Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clay day night, March 19 at Murrell Smith and then visited Mr. and Hill in Methodist Church. Every Mrs. Earl Smith. night including Saturday night for two weks. Week nights 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gardner of and 7:00 o'clock on Sunday night. Shepherdstown were supper Everyone is welcome to attend. guests Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Winkler. The Baptist Church members are having a Sweet-heart Ban- quet Friday night at the Church. 'rhe guest speaker will be Mrs. James Snyder of Summit Point. TO HOLD SUPPER AT MIDDLEWAY CHURCH Rev. C. W. Lloyd, pastor SALES and SERVICE WEBB'S RADIO - TELEVISION-- The Middleway Parent-TeacherI Association will hold a Country I A P P L I A N C E S IIam, turkey supper at the Middl'e' Charles Town, W. VL way Methodist Church March 25i beginning at 5 p. m. it was an- West Washington Street nounced this week. ---_ .......... -_ ..........