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Charles Town, West Virginia
March 23, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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March 23, 1961

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e e B, O II. O b Prices effective thru Sat., March 25, 1961. Quantity Rights Reserved. Iii Ideal Sliced 3 I!i Strawberries pkg. CAULIFLOWER BROCCOLI SPEARS CUT GREEN BEANS FORDHOOK LIMAS MIXED VEGETABLES GREEN PEAS , Your .o Mix or Choice ~ pkg8 Match 1 .... i!=,i i !i s'nOZ, r ~ YOUR CHO C $ ...... Cocoanut Custard for ill or Apple Brand Tender Sirloin Shank lb Cut SLICES OF HAM 98C BUTT CUT Ib 49C FAMOUS LANCASTER BRAND SHANKLESS Shankless Cut lb BUTT CUT 55C LANCASTER BRAND 10-14 Ibs Average Ib Sliced Boiled Ham Ready-to-Eat Hams Me.e,, Pride 3 c':n $2"4g Canned Picnics Bono,e. $2.19 ..dytoEat 3 2n Sausage Meat Metre.', ride$1 O0 1.1b pkg 3~C 3 pkg8 I" Sliced Bacon Fireside Quality l-lb pkg 49 Beef Roast Lancaster Brand Boneless , 79D FANCY Sliced Halibut Freshly Standard Oysters Shucked Longhorn Cheese Sweitzer Cheese N tura,S,,ced Sliced Cheese ,dea, A .r. Pie., or Swiss ~,~.?~. ~.~t~:~ :~;:~: : :.: ~:.:.:.:.:. ~ :.:.: .: ~:~.:~.:.:~:.~.:~ ?,~:.:.:.:.~.~.~ COOKING TRICKS WITH NEW MIXES APRIL INNUE Now on sal REGULAR (31-42 Count) 5box'b s3.39 , 45 12-oz 50 can 9 59 69 pkg lb (15-20 Count) lb 5 ':x s4.3s Frozen Perch Fillets 43 Frozen Haddock Fillets 49 pkg Whitings Pan .eady 5 95 10 box'b $1.S9 box Frozen Pollock Fillets 3 ,.,b $1.oo pkgs IBm i!!i!i IDEAL BRAND PREPARE PICKLED EGGS FOR EASTER IDEAL BRAND TOMATO SAUCE 8~0,$1oo cans GLENSIDE BRAND, IDEAL DELICIOUS C qt MILROSE bats IDEAL FANCY 6!~-oz SI OR DEEP BLUE IDEAL BRAND cans 16-oz cans GLENSI;E TASTY7 ""1,0... ,-, 51.oo GLENSIDE QUALITY V cans I~1 ~OC,~ ",,, 6"o~" Sl.OO S' CES or HALVES ~ :aDs I~l S1,00 CLE WOOD FLAVORI Uglasses i~1 7-asS' .{~ IDEAL OR DEEP BLUE SOLID PACK cansI I HA,,OVER" 52-0z S' .00 With Tmato Sauce cansI I 6v,.oz S' .00 OLIVAR SPANISH jars REGULAR OR LIVER 16-oz =OO carts O; 3HARD BRAND lO!drO" S' .00 jars PRINCESS QUALITY roll ,00 pack WHITE or COLORED $ .00 rolls (Lesser quantities at regular prices) America's Finest large stalks FOR Tender Green Golden Yellow Ib BUTTER C (H's) Ib RICHLAND BUTTER 70c Iloast d CoO'Pe Mild, Mellow WIN-CREST -Ib COFFEE Rich, Flavorful ASCO -Ib COFFEE bag C Vac. Packed IDEAL Ib COFFEE can 2 ,o can Sl.35 C HOT CROSS ./ pkg NEW! Reg. 59c Each Special 25c SEEDED RYE BREAD oat 19c 49c PECAN ICED BAR CAKES each special 45c 45c COCOANUT STICKY BUNS pkg at 9 special 41c STRAWBERRY ICED CHIFFON CAKES each 59C 6.oz jar c $ 10-OZ jar -lb bag Grass See d I 5-10-5 '"" '~ 50 '~ Sl.'~ Park bag bag RID--Crab Grass G lde Vig oover, o n ere5,00~ sq. ft, Vig A,, ,orpos. Pink or P,ant Food ?2 s8.05 s2.95 Now on Sale! Sections 1-6 Old Master's lily trated Edition of the Sensauona= Va,ue 9 Sections 2-15 , per secbon Available in the King Jan .s Authorized Version and the New Ame: ican Edition : til i i ii i!i i ? /i L. McDONALD 90, relat- residents, died morning at his Ky, following according to word two sons-- Jr. of Charles W. of Lexing- Mrs. Harriett :ington; a sister, of Charles John Y. McDon Town and a niece Davis of Char- was born in Lou 3, 1870. A law Louisville schools and the University of Virginia. Ite was a member of Christ Church, Episcopal in Lexington and served as senior warden for 25 years. Services were held Friday in Lexington with burial in the Lex ington Cemetery. Going from here were Mrs. Dav is, Mrs. Browse, John Y. and E. L. McDonald, Jr. The latter's wife and daughter, Lucy also made the journey. MRS. IRENE E. JENKINS Mrs. Irene E. Jenkins, widow of Francis M. Jenkins of Ranson, died Suddenly Thursday at 8:30 ). m. in a hospital in Richmond, Va. Born in Columbus Grove, Ohio 62 years ago, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Otis Grainger. She had resided in Washington D. C. and was a member of the Order of Eastern Star. Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Charles A. Atwell, Jr. Richmond, Va.; son Francis M. Jenkins Jr., Martinsburg; sister, Mrs. Flossie Haiber, Washington; two broth- ers Otis and Glenn Grainger and four grandchildren. The body was taken to the Mel- vin T. Strider Company Colonial FuneYal Home in Charles Town for services Monday at 2 p. m. Burial was in Edge Hill Cemetery MISS EMMA K. BUCKNER Miss Emma Katherine Buckner died early Thursday morning in the Charles Town General Hos- pital after a short illness ,there. She was born in Clarke County: Virginia and was 84 years of age. She is survived by a number of nieces and nephews, most of them in Jefferson County and a sister, Miss Sadie Buckner in Bol ivar. Funeral services will be held received for the newcomer. Mrs. Barron baked cakes in the form of baby shoes trimmed with pink and blue and also had places of small shoes identical to the large ones. Other cakes were baked by Mrs. Nicewarner's mo- on Saturday (the hour was not ther and grandmother. Served a- announced as . this newspaper long with these were punch, nuts went to press at noon "rnursaay~ and mints with burial in Fairview cemetery. 1VIrs Olive Bowers of Charles , .----"--~.~'-- I Town'facing her eighty-ninth bir- Mr Kavmnna Nl Wafll rtthday was a guest at her great- ........ ~ .................... /granddaughters shower. Anxious- ly awaiting the birth of another Honored at Stork Shower in the fifth generation. Mrs. Raymond Nicewarner Jr. was guest of honor at a stork shower Monday night, March 13 at her apartment given by her aunt Mrs. Kenneth Barron of Shepherdstown. The bassinett which Mrs. Nice- warner slept in as an infant was trimmed in pink, white and baby blue to hold the many fine gifts Mrs. Nicewarner is the former Norma A. Smallwood of Ranson. Observance Lord's. Supper Thursday Hught Presbyterian Church Inasmuch as Christ instituted the Sacrament of the Lord's Sup.,SPIRIT OF JEFFER d)N ,mm ADVOCATE per on the Thursday night of THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961 A His betrayal, the observance of~ this sacrament will be at theI Charles Town Presbyterian Chur-I NOTICE OF It,s fhe rich man who doesn't ch on Thursday, March 30 at 7:45 P. M. "Such an occasion", stated : the minister, "offers us the op- portunity for expressing apprec- iation to God for the marvelous privileges which are ours as Chris tians and the opportunity for ex- pressing our true belief in and love for the Lord Christ whose Crucifixion we commemorate.' The observance of this sacrament will follow a devotional message by the minister. Nursery service for little child ren will be provided. Another activity at the Presby- terian Church during Itoly Week will Ue a study on basic beliefs on Monday, March 27 at 8:00 P. M. to which the public is also in- vited. hesitate to ask the store clerk to ANNUAL MEETING show him something cheaper. It's pretty hard to convince the 2~he annual meeting of the kids that the shortage of teachers Members of the Jefferson County is a calamity. Memorial Park Corp., Inc., of i Charles Town, West Virginia, will I be held at the County Court House Ion Wednesday, March 29, 1961, l at eight o'clock P. M., tO receive I the re,p~rt of ,the officers of the " '"lClporatin; the transaction of ]such other busines.s ~hat vrmy be proper before the meeting and the nomination and election of a Bo'~rd of Directors 'for Vhe en- stli,,2g year. CHAA%LOTTE GANO, Secreb~zy. March 16-2t. Laborites quarrel anmng selves over Polaris base. IJ SALES and SERVICE WEBB'S RADIO - TELEVISION-- APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. VL West Washington 8tTeet