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ADDRESS .................................................... :. ~ _ . -~,r~ o~,p, qp and evenl~ ,, ~ andstand.l~, to all ! ~ S&H GREEN STAMPS ~.~ ~ S&H GREEN STAMPS ~L~ [IJ.! S&H GREEN STAMPS ~/~ ~"~l,l~~se of any two~ .... f ~ ~,,qJ with the parch .... f a 3 pound I~.'~ ~'"~ with the parch .... f a pound of ~lJ ises to ~1" IDEAL PRESERVES 12-0z ~ ~.'4~ CANNED PICNIC ~ ~.~ ASCO, WINCREST or ~E CQUPON PER FAMILY j[~-'l~. EBI~ and thli cou=on 'tll Sat.. Aua. 19. 1961 ~ (m~ and this coupon 'tll Sat., Aug. 19, 1961 ~41~ I~ IDEAL COFFEE ~IIB ~~..~..~.],:._ ~ ~rq~l~ NAME ............................................... ~P'~ Fair y exhibito~ interest 's. It is~ a good la~ )m Fre~' ncasttr and Fa] aia arid .~ rallb g Count] ~plrit-A~~ Reg. Price 99c Save 20c a TENDER IFdce4 |ffoztlve thr Sat.. Aug. 19, |~tI Quantity Rights Reserved ACME GIVES C Ib ACME LEGS FRESHLY CUT lb BREASTS Ib Beg. Price 89c Save lOc a lb FIRESIDE LEAN Reg. Price 53c ,b Save 4c, lb Reg. Price 95c Save 6c .lb bag Save 18C a Reg. Price tb 89c Save 24c a lb. (31-42 Count) Reg. Price $3.39 TASTY (5 'b $3.19) Save 20c o. 5 ib c , OLIVAR BRAND Ideal Creamy 2 65* 20-oz .jar IDEAL IDEAL IDEAL IDEAL IDEAL IDEAL PRUNE JUICE CIDER VINEGAR MAYONNAISE INSTANT COFFEE APPLE SAUCE DILL PICKLES qt ~O, 39~ qt bD, 25= pt Jar39c o'i r89= V-o, 55= qt 5c jar 3 IDEAL MARASCHINO CHERRIES 35= IDEAL MAPLE FLAVOBED SYRUP 1 o, 29 IDEAL APPLE BUTTER ~o~,~,27= Banquet Boned Chwken 2 5-oz. cans STATLEB PAPEB NAPKINS c ~ ~I~(FFE ~ "' ,,11: ell ~.,.a~ ~I]!/4~ . = = = ~,~ba~ 2 ::n s 1.35 can FANCY LARGE each Special Reg. Prke 79t Save 30c EXTBA LARGE WESTERN PINK MEAT Reg. Price 25c Save 25c 4 for Calif, Valencia doz Stowelrs Evergreen Sweet o35 3 46"OZ ~C Libby'S cans VMI~ ROUND THE CLOCK 46-OZ tl l!9 Grape-Apple, Pineapple- C&~8 qp, u e~a= Orange & Apricot-Plnec|pplo Ideal "O* 98c carts Ideal Orange-Apr|c~t and Orange-Pineapple ..oz $104 BAtA CLU6 Canned Assodod Flavo. 12-O, 55C Cart8' Crosse & Blackwell Frozen IDEAL CALIF. GREEN PEAS IDEAL SLICED STRAWBERRIES SEABROOK FARMS CUT CORN SEABROOK FARMS SUCCOTASH VALLEY GOLD LEMONADE 6 10-OZ pk., $1 2, 10-OZ pkog 45 10-0z pkg 25C "6 59c 17-Oz~ld CRIrt ~/ITH THE GREEN Gf~NT ON THE LABEL add a piece o NLS AAE, K, each week until ,,, ... ......":'": :'m';'':"' 419c ,,. Louella Enriched ..... tall, C .... THURSDAY I i | l , OPEN MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. AND FRIDAY 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. .... SATURDAY 8:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. SOPHIE S. BATES Shirley Bates, 94 a the Middleway sec- efferson County, died Knott Rest Home in own, following an ill- three years. was born in Mid- dleway Sept. 28, 1866, a daughter of the late Solomon Bates and Margaret Shirley. The deceased Lived in the old Bates home ~for 91 years, or until ill health for- ced her to enter the nursing home. She was loved by all who knew her. Her only survivors are a num- ber of nieces and nephews. Th.e deceased was a~member of Grace Episcopal Church, Middle- way. Services were held Tuesday at i for the past year, died Sunday in 1 p. m. from Grace Episcopal ]King's Daughters Hospital in Mar Church, the Rev. Arthur Kerr of- I tinsburg. ficiating. Burial was made in the Masonic Cemetery there. Thomas Dies In Martinsburg Hospital Thomas Wesley Johnson, 79, of Shepherdstown who has been ill The deceased was born in Browntown, Va. April 6, 1882, a son of Bush and Mary Johnson. He was a member of the Asbury Methodist Church, Shepherds- town and of the Knights of Py- thias. Surviving are three daughters- Sallie Johnson in Shepherdstown~ with whom he made his home !Mrs. Elizabeth Willis and Mrs. Katrinia Asbury, both of McKees port, Pa. Six grandchildren; twen !ty great grandchildren and a number of nieces and neptiews al so survive. Funeral services were held this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p. m. from the Asbury Methodist Chur ch in Shepherdstown. Burial was made in Rose ttill Cemetery in Shepherdstown. USE CLASSIFIEDS Jackson.Perks Membership Drive Is Now Underway The 1962 membership cam- paign of Jackson-Perks Post No. 71 The American Legion here will be under the direction of a seven man committee, Post Corn mander Raymond' Smith said to- , SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATEA3-- THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1961 day as he announced the Post's committee appointments for the coming year. Under the claa~rmanship of Ed- ward Chrisman the committee will embark immediately on a drive to sign up all eligible vet- erans in this area, Commander Smith stated. Appointed to the membership committee are: T. T. Perry, Jim Pierce, Roy Kisner, Bill Jackson, Harley Potter and Allen Marshall along with ~hrisman as chair- Illan. The local Post is making an all out effort this year to reach its quota by December. GO TO CHURC]I SUNDAY