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"IT'S _ WHI DS .ALWAYS" Jl, , 4 II. It (12- 14-LBS.) BIRDSEYE GREEN PEAS - BIRDSEYE FORDHQGK LIMAS POLAR KRINKLY CUT POTATOES PET-RITZ PECAN PIES - SEABROOK BLUEBERRIES - 2 lO-oz, pkgs. 42c . lO.oz, pkg. 29c - l-lb. box 29c - - - each 89c - 12-oz. pkg. 39c RAINBOW TROUT Ready to Cook - . 1Q-oz. pkg. 59c .. lb. 10c CALIFORNIA - 2 Ige. heads 29c TEXAS RUBY RED 10 for 49c . box 49c FRESH 1db. bag 39c WEST WASHINGTON STREET I I Ill GOLD MEDAL FLOUR - - BONUS---Get 1.Lb. Butter l)etails on back each bag. 25-1b. bag $2.25 FREE. WASHINGTON CAKE MIXES - - -pkg. 10c C R I S C 0--4c OFF - 3 lb. can 81c CHASE & SANBORN C 0 F F E E--4c OFF l-lb. can 71c BEECH NUT COFFEE ". i l-lb. can 75c (Coupon Worth 25c in each lb.) KRAFT CONCORD GRAPE PRESERVES--Reg. 49c jar . 4 20-oz. jars $1.00 KRAFT CONCORD GRAPE JELLY--Reg. 39c jar - - 5 20-oz. jars $1.00 KRAFT PEACH PRESERVES--Reg, 49c jar - 4 20-oz. jars:S1:00 KRAFT PURE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES--Reg. 59c jar - 3 18-oz. jars $1.00 KRAFT PURE GRAPE JELLY--Reg. 23c jar - - - 8 lO-oz, jars $1.00 KRAFT PURE APPLE JELLY--Reg. 2 for 39c - 10 lO-oz, jars $1.00 KRAFT PURE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES--Reg. 39c jar - 5 12-oz. jars $1.00 50 FREE STAMPS 30 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of 4-Lb. Package of Fish 1 Can Sonny Boy 4-Lb. Hormel Cooked Portions at $1.69 Chocolate Syrup, 19c can Ham at $3.99 can CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. / KRAFT PURE PINEAPPLE PRESERVES--Reg. 49c jar - 4 18-oz. jars $1.00 ,t.mmmmmmm KRAFT PURE BLACKBERRY PRESERVES--Reg. 49c jar - 4 18-oz. jars $1.00 BIB ORANGE JUICE . 6 baby cans 65c (10c Coupon in each package) N B. C. VANILLA WAFERS - - - pkg. 29c DASH DOG FOOD - ctn. 6 cans 79c (Buy 5 cans and get i can FREE) KEN-L-RATION MEAL--20c Off 4'lb, hag 29c GAINES DOG MEAL--IOc OFF - 5-1b.box 59c RED HEART DOG FOOD - - 6 l-lb. cans 89c WAYNESBORO NURSERY QUALITY ROSE BUSHES . . pkg. of 1 99c pkg. of 3 $1.69 MILLER LAWN AND GARDEN FERTILIZER--Analysis 5-10-5 - 50-lb. bag $1.29 ALLKINDS GARDEN SEEDS (BULK)- . CORN - PEAS - BEANS CERTIFIED m SEED POTATOES Katedm - lO0.1b, bag $3.50 Kennebecks -, lO0-1b, bag $3.95 30 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS' With Purchase of With Purchase of 1 Tin 6's Big Boy 3-Lb. Bag All Purpose Chocolate Pies, 29c box Grass Seed at $1.98 Bag MILS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were Friday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warrick 9th St. Front Royal, Va. Mrs. Roberf Slaughter celebra- t*ed her birthday Sunday March 26 with a delicious dinner. Those who helped her celebrate were Mr. and Mr~ Homer Samsell and children Falling Waters; Mrs. Earl Fuller of Singapore, Mrs. Charles Adams and children Mrs. John Kackley and children of Berryville, Vs., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha and children of Charles Town. Home From Hospital Little Martha Adams entered the University of Virginia hospit- al at Charlottesville Wednesday for minor surgery returning to her home Saturday. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams ~e the trip daily. Mrs Earl uller accompanied her sister Mrs. Adams on Friday and Mrs. John Kackley of Berryville Sat- urday, Church Servtees Morning Prayer will be held at St. John's Episcopal Church on Sunday, April 16 at 9:30 by The Pastor Rev. Temple Wheeler. Sunday School will be atr 10:30, 4-H Club Meeting Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club met in the Kabletown School. The meeting was called to order by Eddie Hough president. The scrip ture John 1:16-19 was read by Joe Cloud and the club prayed the Lords Prayer. County Health Day was discuss ed. Stephen Cloud was appointed to prepare a skit for health Day and Eddie Hough and Marshall Thompson to serve with him. Pat Heflebower was appointed to corn pose a song and Bobbie tIough, Jimmy Heflebower, Marie Pen- well and Ellen Cloud were to help. Johnnie Rissler was appoint ed to have charge of a poster in the 10-13 group. Ellen Cloud and Ronnie Rissler were to help. Mar ie Penwell was appointed to make a poster for the 13-21 age group. Pat Heflebower, Joe Cloud, Jay Cepelka to help. The program was centered around project talks. The next meeting will be a public meeting at the Kabletown School on April 26, 1961 at 7 p. m. The public is invited. The pro gram will be on Safety. The Cloud family served re- freshments. Pat Heflebower spent the week end with Darlene Ware of Lee- town. Easter week visitors to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nic odemus St. were their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus Jr. of Winches- ter, Va., Mrs. James Drish, Miss Mable Drish of Summit Point and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Fellers of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Magaha and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams at- tended a square dance party Sat- urday" evening at the Virginia Gentleman in Front Royal given by Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClure. Blackie Simons of Hagerstown was the caller for the evening. Mrs. Charles McDonald and dau ghter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Wall and granddaughter Su san Kay Wall returned last Fri. day from a weeks vacation visit. ing Charles McDonald, Manistee, Michigan who is temporary ern- ployed there by the Standard Lime and Cemeht Company. While in Michigan they took a short tour into Canada going over the Ferry at Sault Ste Marie. On the route to Canada they had to cross over the Strait of Mickinac on the world's greatest bridge which is five miles long, just open to traffic in November 1957 after three and one half years for construction. The middle span is one hundred and fifty five feet high and the main Suspension ca bles are twenty four and one half inches in diameter. The bridge is painted in several beautiful col- )rs and lighted which was very beautiful at night. Mrs. McDonald also called on Mrs. Archie Houser formerly of Bakerton who have lived in Man istee for the past twenty two years. The quotations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, April 10, 1961. Receipts of cows, hogs and cal- ves moderate with a good demand for all chsses cattle. Feature of sale was fancy hogs top $18.45; cows top 18.00. Choice hatcher steers none; god butcher steers 22.00 to 24.00; plain to medium sters 18.00 to ,21.50; choice butcher heifers 23.- 00 to 24.00; good butcher heifers 19.00 to 22.00; plain to medium heifers 15.00 to 18.00: good bulls 19.00 to 21".00; plain to medium i bulls 16.00 to 19.00; commercial cows 17.00 to 18.00; utility cows 16.00 to 17.00; canners and cut- ters 16.00 down; cows by the head up to 255.00; stocker and feeder steers up to 28.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 232;; Choice to prime calves 32.00 to 35:00; good butcher calves 28:00 to 31.00; medium butcher calves 24.00 down; thin calves 23.00 down;'heavy calves 20.00 to 30.00; Lambs ungraded up to 23.25; butcher ewes up to 8.00; stock ewes per head up to 17.00; SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 8--A THURSDAY, Good butcher hogs 17.90 to 18.- 45; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to 17.90; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 to 17.50; butcher sows 13.00 to 16.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs 17.00 to 21.00; shoats per hundred 25.00 down pigs per head up to 15.00; heavy boars 11.00 to 11.50; stags up to 14.00; sows and pigs up to 115.00; stock boars 12.00 to 18.50. Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday The stock cattle sale was a big success with cattle going to 8 dil- l ferent states. O DR. VERA FISCHER. Optometrist EYES EXAM]NED -- GLASSES FITTED Hours:--9:45 - 5:00---Closed Tuesday and Thursd~ "OPEN EVENINC,~ By Appointment Only. Phone 785 II$ S. Clmrhm St. Chm'hm Town, W. V& II Spring Is In The Put It On Yl~r With Beautiful Paint & Wall CharLes To~m Open te