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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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FRIED CHICKEN (6- 8-LBS.} -1 1/2 Lb. Rockingham Sliced Bacon FREE with Each Ham LD N 2 Ib 19C FLORIDA FANCY THIN SKIN SWEET JUICY GRAPE RUff (80 lzct - . 5 f RUBY , .,F NCY RED[( SWEET.. JUICYto : ,.:s,s !!, .,. . AII'A ,0 - - P P p, ERTIF WHITE'S WEST WASHINGTON STREET II II I Buy A Glass or Case at Regular Shelf Prices And Get 1 Glass or Case FREE. Stock Up Your Pantry At This Giveaway Prices. LIBBYS FRUIT KTAIL i 4. 17"z" cans $1"00SWANSDOWN ASSORT CAKE MIXES - -3 pkgs. 89c MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE .... 6-oz. jar 94c N E S CA F E--15c OFF - - - 6-oz. jar 79c CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE^,.-.-.-. i 6 oz. jar 84c C R IS C 0--4c uFr 3 lb. can 81c CLEARFIELD CHEEZ ZEE SPREAD - 8oz.-, pkg. 25c PILLSBURY'S . . GRAND NATIONAL CAKE MIXES pkg. 39c (Banana Nut - Date Nut -,Chocolate Nut) LIBBY'S DARK BROWN BEANS - -- 4 large 31-oz. cans $1.00 l DS AL CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I qm LIBBYS BEEF STEW - - - 24-oz. can 43c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS . l-lb. pkg. 29c KEEBLER VANILLA WAFERS - l-lb. pkg. 39c N. B. C. BACON THINS .... pkg. 35c ROCKINGHAM FOOD - 6 l-lb. cans 69c KEN,L-RATION MEAL--20c OFF i 411b' bag 39c GAINES DOG MEAL--IOc OFF 51b. box 59c MORTON'S DINNERS--AssorL. 2 11-oz. pkgs. 99c CHUN KING CHICKEN OR SHRIMP CHOW MEIN-- . 1-lb. pkg. 59c (1 Pkg. Noodles Free) M 0 R T 0 N'S i . 5 8-oz. pkgs. 99c ASSORT. MEAT PIES BESTPACK WHITING FILLET Reg. 29c pkg. (Save 45c} 5 l-lb. pkgs. $1.00 I (COBBLERS OR KATADINS) 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of 4-Lb. Hormel Cooked Ham 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of Vz -Gal. Quality House Ice Cream 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of 4-Lb. Package Fish Portions 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of Automatic Wall Can Opener 50 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of With Purchase of Ease Furniture Polish Magnetic Mop Jefferson Countlans FROM PAGE ONE Administration pertaining to pos- sible housing programs As soon as the consultant comes up with a workable program he can, and probably will request Federal funds for development. Federal Grants Available Federal grants for community development programs can be secured up to two thirds of the total cost of the project, Mr. Bus kirk stated. This would mean the community or county undertak- ing the program would have to provide matching funds in the a- mount of about one-third ~of the total costs, Mr. Buskirk stated, thus through this set-up, tile pr~ gram would be a cooperative one,' the speaker concluded. Following the dinner program Mr. Buskirk met with a special committee of the Chamber of Commerce to discuss more in de- tail the various phases of urban renewal and public housing pro- grams. Mr. Buskirk was introduced to the group by John S. Alfriend, who was in charge of the pro- gram. The speaker was secured for the program by U. S. Senator Jennings Randolph, who was to have come here from Washington for the program and to introduce the speaker, but could not do so because of pressing legislative duties in Washington. Oliver Kastle, vice-president of the C. of C. presided for the pro- gram in the absence of President Joseph Staley. Kastle announced that the Cred ~t Bureau committee had met and after discussing various aspects )f ttm move, decided to proceed ~vith a Credit Bureau system for Charles Town. lie .~aid expectat- ons were that it would be run by a local person. Kastle told the jroup that information and rates on the Credit Bureau could be ob tained from the Chamber of Corn merce office. [the West Virginia State vehicle Dr. Herman Sizemore of Shep-[inspection laws. This permission herdstown, was a guest at the din [must be gained from the Com- ner of Arthur Prather. Dr. Gee-[mission of Motor Vehicles in rge Digby of Warrenton, Va. a [Charleston. representative of Prudential Life l .............. Insurance Comoanv and Dr Wil-I ~tlcnara Hart ann Arcme umzzn - - " appeared before Council in the in liam Roth of Charles Town, were[ ~ue~t~ nf C~n ~ Mullah I terest of having a petition be- ....... i t~eorge lviunen. [tween Smithson's and Bill's News um . e, I stands on North George street water ewerage ]should they decide to purchase ~RnM PAC.E [the two businesses. The request ............. ]was turned over to the Council's Mt. Parvo and Johnson streets. Market House Committee for 4.---Request an ordinance be study and action. prepared making it a misdemean or for persons to leave their keys in their automobiles. Chief Day asked that this ordinance be com- parable to one which the West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles now has. 5.---To request the-City Attor- Charles F. Reininger, president of the Charles Town Independent Fire Company made inquiry of Council as to whether the fire company would be permitted to erect a one story building in the now vacant areaway betwen the fire hall and the St. Margaret's building on North George street. Reininger was asked by Council to bring to the Council some de- finite plans at it's next meeting. Break FROM PAGE ONE and manufacturers alike as they watch the progress. In order to maintain a smooth traffic flow, visitors will move on into the auditorium where the focus of interest is a large, scale topographic map of the Harpers Ferry area, including rivers, can als, bridges and buildings of the 1859-1865 era. Officials say they hope to add to this unit within a I years t~me. In the auditorium also and on a pre-determined schedule, var- ious motion pictures will be screened dealing with Harpers Ferry and the Civil War. The en- tire structure will be 40 feet wide and 110 feet long. An adjoin ing room will provide restrooms and storage space. Another novel approach will be the fact that Civil War "buffs" may have the opportunity to purchase from a large selec- fion of authenicated items. ' Operating offices for Harpers Ferry Enterprises have been set up temporiarly in the Storer Col- lege library .Public Relations Dir ector Frohman Johnson of Char- leston, is on duty full time hand- ling the office needs. As yet a name has not been selected for the new project. Johnson promises an exciting con test in which area residents may participate in the naming. This annoucement will be forthcoming soon. Meeting of Tri. County League Monday at 7:30 There will be a special meeting of officers, directors and team' re presentatives of the Tri-County Baseball League Monday night, March 27 at 7:30 at the Leetown School House, it was announced by President Edward Chrisman. Chrisman said it is important SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON w~raub 8--A.~--... THURSDAY, MARCH that all those connected with the, Mrs. Hester Fritts league's administration be pres-ITOwn entered the CI ent so that more definite plans lGeneral Hospitla last can be made for the Summer's op I was admitted to surgl erations. I day. Mrs. Frltts is -.----_ ]nurses aid at the I e~ Cons.e.rvatjon Servlce. ]ers::;p~al'v :to::' :i Iof Mr and Mrs Stabdtzahon Office Ranson were Mr. Moved to New Quarters The Soil ConservatiOn Service and the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation county office have moved this week to their new office The new building is located on the same street as before about one block East of the hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Willey of Silver Spring, Md. is visiting Miss Dal. las Russell. daughter Rachael Va., Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Frances Charles Town. Mrs. Judy Hough's Pearl Lehman Cobb a surgical chester chester, Va. Mr. Tom Rissler, is a patient in the Virginia Hospital, Va.