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[] 1 0N IIII I I CALIFORNIA PINK W MEAT . lb. 10c 4 for $1.00 FANCY ICEBERG LETTUCE - 2 heads 29c FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS - 1-lb. bag 39c II IIIII IIIII I PICSWEET LEMONADE JUICE 6 6-oz. cans 59c 2 12oz. cans 39c "IT"S WHITE'S FOR WEST WASHINGTON STREET Ill McCORMiCK'S MAYONNAISE--(1/2 ESSKO SHORTENING I I Pt. Free) HIRES ROOT BEER - PEANUT KIDS PEANUT BUTTER - BIB BABY ORANGE jUICE--New Size 11/2-pt. jar 43c - 3-lb. can 69c tA.gal, 49c 2-lb. jar 79c 2 12-oz, cans 39c DUNCAN. HINES CAKE MIXES SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES - PILLSBURY CAKE MIXES 3 pkgs $1.00 4 pkgs $1.00 4 pk~ $1 O0 m PREMIER TUNA FISH--Light Meat . 4 7-oz. cans $1.00 DS .ALWAYS" CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 9B GOLDEN ISLE COCKTAIL - -4 17-oz. cansS1.00 ARMOURS VIENNA SAUSAGE-- 3c can Off - ARMOURS POTTED MEAT-- 3c can Off - ARMOURS TREET--Sc Off - 5 4-oz. cans $1.00 6 large cans $1.00 - 12-oz. can 45c KOOL POPS ...... ctn 8's 25c' ROBIN HOOD FLOUR - BRENNERS FIG BARS . BRENNERS SALTINES BRENNERS FILLED COOKIES - - lO-Ib, bag 99c 2-lb. pkg. 39c l-lb. pkg. 19c 2-lb. pkg. 39c EVE RESH CUT GREEN BEANS ICAULIFLOWER . IO-OZ. PKGS, GOLDEN I SI.E PEARS.- 4 1,-oz. cans $1.00. ROSEDALE DILL PICKLES. -.--- qt. 29c ! ' CHOPPED BROCCOLI ) ' -- . . ...--i-- . . . --. :i SPINACH ,1 50 FREE STAMPS 100 FREE STAMPS 30 FREE STAMPS 100 FREE STAMPS 30 FREE STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS SUCCOTASH ; With Purch'ase ofWith Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase ofWith Purchase of With PurChase of CAL. IDA 2-Lbs. Teen Queen 2-Lbs. Miller Bros. 1 Can .Sonny Boy 6-Lb. Can Hormel 1 Pkg. Boscul Tea 1 Broomop FRENCH FRIED POTATOES - 8 9-0z. pk , $1.00 Cheese Spread 79c Sausage 59c Lb. Chocolate Syrup 19c Cooked Ham $5.97 Bags 64's at 69c $1.49 Frank Turner FROM PAGE ONE Has Other Plans Turner said he al~ has plans for building a country club exelus ively for bowlers. His plans call for converting one or two large farms into a recreational play- ground, offering swimming, fish- ing, ball diamonds, tennis courts, horse shoe courts and many other ector of the national Bowling Proprietors Association of Amer- ica; and a charter member and director of the Duckpin Bowling Council. and operator of the chain of bow- [ Turner was born in the Duf- ling alleys, Turner is also secre, fields section of Jefferson Coun- tary-treasurer of the Maryland ty, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George State Bowling Association, a dir-Turner. While he was still young his parents moved to Washington County, Md. where his father, he and his brothers farmed. He is married and the father of three sons, all bowlers. outdoor recreational facilities. Turner said he hopes to have more information to announce on this plan in the near future. In addition to being the owner It was just 20 years ago that Turner,~ who was then 16 years of age left his father's farm and accepted a job as a pinsetter at Raney's Coliseum, a bowling cen. School Board FROM PAGE ONE combination bus driver and trans ter in Hagerstown, Md. Today he )ortation maintenance man; Rob- not only owns that establishment err Appell as a combination bus but will soon have twooiher such driver and general maintenance establishments operating in that man. city. The following contracts were awarded,to the lowest bidders: Coal contract went to the Old "Ben Coal Corporation of Bluefield the contract for the hauling of the coal went to R. W. Fritts of Har- ing of the two room Ranson ele- mentary school buildTng for use for overflow students from the Ranson Grade School. Authorization was also given by i the board for the sale of obsolete furniture and equipment owned !by the board of education. Three Suffer Minor Injuries In County Only two minor highway a~ci. dents occurred in Jefferson Coun ty over the past week Charles; Town State Police report, and both of them occurred Saturday. Charles Town State Trooper R. R. Truex arrested William Lewis of Washington, D. C. and charged him with drunken driving follow ing a one car accident on U. S. CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS BRIDAL PATHS FOR EXPERIENCED RIDERS. ALL HORSES QUIET AND WELL BROKEN TELEPHONE 33-F-023--IF NO ANSWER CALL 542-M. FOR ,,PPOL TMENTS AND RATES. GARNET PAYNE June 8-2t .... ' replacements went to Calvin Flem ing; Gasoline, fuel oil and anti freeze contract went to the Com- munity Oil Company. The board also authorized the purchase of laboratory fixtures for the Shepherdstown High The other accident recurred a- control following an accident at 1 bout 1 a. m. Saturday about 5.4 the corner of West Washington 8--A miles South of Charles Town on and South streets. State Route 9 and two cars were The Henry car crashed into a involved. 1955 Chrysler being driven by Garland Eugene Cogle, 22 of James P. Stephens, Route' 1, Au- the county, was charged with dri burn, Pa. Damage to the two cars ] amounted'to $150. theVinghighway.t the left of the center ofI Thomas Patrick Meehan of Bal- Cogle was driving a 1947 Pon-1timbre, Md. was charged with it struck a 1961 Ford being driven South on Rotlte 9, by Cleon Scott Osbourn, 75, of New York, N. Y. Damage to the two cars amounted to about $600. tiac North on State Route 9, when drunken driving following a two car accident at the intersection of North George and East Liberty street. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Corner Charles and Washington Streets Charles Town, W. Va. GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIA NCE & T. V. SALES 'and SERVICE. R. C. A. VICTOR-COLOR TV SALES & SERVICE We Service All Makes of TV. Phone 202 PAUL & DICK REITER pers Ferry; Furnace repairs and Route 340 about a mile East of Charles Town. Trooper Truex said a 1960 Chev rolet being driven East on Route 340 by Lewis, left the highway, struck a telephone pole and then continued through a fence and in to a field before coming to a stop. School and Science equipment for Lewis had two front teeth the county schools in accordance knocked out and he suffered brui with approval of the project ap- ses of the nose. He did not require plication by the State Department hospital treatment. of Education. The program is on i At a hearing before Justice of Damage to the wto cars amount a matching iinaaciai basis with the Peace Roger E. Clipp he post- ed to about $250, police said. the local board matching funds t ed a fine of $50 and costs and la- Two other minor accidents provided by the National Defense I ter forfeited it. [ were also reported by Police Day. Education Act. Damage to the car, pole and fen J David Lee, Henry, Route 1, After some discussion th'e board ce amounted to about $1,000, [ Charles Town' was charged with also authorized the re-condition-'Troper Truex stated. 'failure to have his vehicle under Three Minor Wrecks Elmer F. Dillow, Route 2, Char les Town, was charged with fail- ure to'have his car under control following a two car accident Mon- day night at the corner of North Church and Liberty street, Char- les Town Police Chief Ephraim Davy reported today. Dillow was driving a 1955 Ford north on Church street and it went out of control and struck the back part of a 1957 Chrysler owned by William Brill of North Church street, Charles Town. Brill's car was parked in front of i his residence. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FA ERS THURSDAY, JUNE Discontinuing the General Merchandise I will sell the'Following Personal Property, 5Vz miles South of Charles Town, W. Va., 340, at Rippon, W. Va., Jeffersoon County, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (DST) GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE EQUIPMENT Frigidaire Ice Crea, m Cabinet, Electric Adding Machine, Nation ! Cash Iron Safe, Warm Morning Stove, 3 Four escent Lights, Platform Scales, 2 Show Cases Cabinet, Tobacco Cutter, Stove Pipe Fork and Shovel Handles, Block Salt, Coal Gun and Rifle Shells, Flashlights, Zerex Motor Oil, Rotenine Dust, Lot of Bolts, Nails, Some New Clothing, Variety of Lot of Canned and Dry Goods, and usually found in a store, that are not TERMS : :--CASH. Nothing to be settled for. ANDERS G W. D. ORNDoRFF, R E. MORELAND, June 15- 2t. Auctioneer. Clerk. _ 2 oooao