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W NAME .................. ~1~1~ LIMIT--ONE COUPON PER FAMILY Ill ~Ir~IIADDRE$S ......................................... ~ I.~J~ ........ ~=-..~"~} ll~ ADDRESS ....... I~!! ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::ff~,,~,,~,~, PU"hn" f =~t "'NCI'I G'MCO IIOTA'Y MOWER-- [~'~ ,~= = S&HGREENST_A.MpS" .~r~ ..~HGR~ENSTAMPS ~, . ,&HGREEN STAMPS ~., [~hase of 0 I-lb pkpl ~ ~qll with the purchase of ony two pkgs ol E'~ ~.~1 with the purcl~ose of ~ dozen of ~ ~] with the pu~hose f six 72-oi cons ot Ll~ LANCASTER BRAND ~ ~,~ LANCASTER BRAND LI*,~ ~j~ JUICY CALIFORNIA ~1~ ~'~ BALA CLUB SKINLESS FRANKS ~ [qli~ LUNCHEON MEATS ~11~ ~] VALENCIA ORANGES l~ ~ CANNED BEVERAGES Ill ~--~---------~ ~~~'~ ~11~ ~nthru$ot.,July29,|961 ~ ~P~ =ndthi .... ponthru$ot.,July2 ,9 19&! ~b.~ ~r~ end this oupon tbru Sat., July 29, |961~l~ ~ii~~nthruSat.,July29,|96tll~ Pdcul Effective thru Sat., July 29, 1961, Quantity Rights Reserved. ACME GIVES | LANCASTER BRAND FULLY.COOKED ACME QUALITY lb C Serve With Chicken --Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce SBANKLESS CUT Ib BUTT CUT lb Ib C 0VEN-READY 16-20 lb avg. Lancaster Brand 7-inch Center Cuts Ib lb L NCASTER" AND TENDER LANCASTER BRAND BONELESS Lean Fireside Brand l.lb pkg Skinless 2-1b bag IDEAL GRADE A SMALL SIZE C doz IDEAL BRAND 16-oz C cans IDEAL BRAND 32-oz. cans THE 7 FRUIT DRINK C 46-oz. $ cans 46-oz. $ cans 46-oz. $ cans .O4 .O4 RED OR YELLOW 18-oz calls ROUND THE CLOCK SPECTACULAR OFFER each only Build a Complete Set of Tools CAPN ON SALE THIS WEEK ACME PRODUCE o- *'You Never llad It So Fresh]'" ge Florida Persian doz )C TENDER FRESH FIERY RED Whole Melon each ACME FROZEN FOOD VALUES IDEAL BRAND I VALLEY GOLD LEMONADE Your Choice I BIOSSE & BLACKWELL LIMEADE [ e.o= IWELCHADE ruth Lemon j can dF7 ISTBAWB-E-B 3.;,"zsl Ideal Sliced k len,~k=,nnb C4vme Blueberries ~2.ozpkg 39cl oUaUlUUl~ iOllllO I S 17-oz pkg 29c 10-oz I .... S iced Peoche I | ' 10 oz pkg IFruit Festival. Red Raspberries 43cl "- IDEAL BRAND Asst'd Flavors No Deposit No Return 6'"z 55c oan8 Speclall Pie of the Week Reg. 59c each tC Special ] REG. 25c PLAIN OR SEEDED loaf Speciall REG. 49c ICED each Special I C REG. 35c pkg Special] America's Finest RICHLAND m ic (~'s) Ib Special Sale VIRGINIA LEE 10c OFF 12-oz bag IDEAL (6 Varieties) EXTRA SPECIALI 12-0Z jar IDEAL (6 Flavors) EXTRA SPECIALI pkgl I I I 1 I I OPEN MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. .... THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ,9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.----SATuRDAY 8:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Has At County Park of the late Hen- Wilt held theirt reunion in Jeffer- Town Sunday, brought picnic Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Wilt and son Walter, Mr. and Mrs. John Dan- ner and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt and two children of Harpers Ferry, Route 2, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Potts and four child ren, Mrs. Leola Danner and four children and Charles Wilt of Ham ilton, va., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Higgs and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Collins of Mt. Airy, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Defter, Mr .and Mrs. Floyd Melton and , family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Rin- (aldi and family of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rinaldi and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nicewarner, and Larry Wilt all of Charles Town. Mrs. Mary Lilla, Mr. and Mrs. Bud dinner was enjoyed and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Pope and family of Bolivar, Mr. pavilion. George W. [ Dale Higgs of Sykesville, Md., Mr. I and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and daugh- gathering in prayer, and Mrs. Luther Lanham and four ter Becky, Mr. and Mrs. James Rinaldi and two boys of MillviUe, granddaughter of Laurel, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Bill King of Laurel, Miss Rose Czapiewski of Severn, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and family of Charlottesville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitley and faro- ily of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lambert and family of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Rockdale, Md., Miss Mary Jane and Larry Mathena and Ted Geisher of Gran ite, Md. Other guee'.a included were Mrs. Ira Helman, Mrs. Oscar Bak- er and Mrs. Carl Pope of Rockdale Md., Mrs. Mildred Brown and William Dodson Suffers Md., Mrs. Bertha Hittle of Millers ville, Md., Mrs. Lizzie Pickett of Head Injury When Hit Sykesville, Md., Mr. Newt Hawk of Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2, Mr" and By Bottle During Fight Mrs. Walter Chrisman and daugh- ter Bobby Brown, Sarah and DavI William Dodson, owner and ep- id Hostler all of Charles Town and erator of the Mid-way Inn, on Miss Anne Adams of Charlottes. State Route 51, west of Charles ville, Va. The oldest member pre.~ Town. suffered a severe and pain ent was George W. Wilt. The ful head injury which required SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F. U = RS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1961 3--A bottle as he was trying to get Mar since he had in the past experien- shall (Sonny) Stickles, of the Mid ced some difficulty with the man dleway section to leave his place i he went outside and asked him to of business, leave. A fight erupted and during Stickles was later arrested and the fracas Dodson was struck by fined $25 and costs on an assault a beer Imttle allegedly thrown by and battery charge and placed under a $500 peace bond for one year at a hearing before Justice of the Peace Merle Alger. youngest was Philip Potts, three treatment at the Charles town Dodson said im saw Stickles months old. A contribution was General tIospital Sunday night standing in front of his place of made to the park fund. when he was struck with a beer business with a bottle of beer and Stickles. Uonimlssions are not paid on !arguments won, but oa sales made. Advertise In trlt-Advecste