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ON THE CIRCLE IN RANSON Open Til Midnight Monday Thru Sat. Home of Low, Low, Low Everyday and Night Prices. 12:00 CENTER CUT CHUCK ROAST .... lb. 49c RIB STEAK ..... lb. 69c ROUND STEAK .... lb. 85c SIRLOIN STEAK - - - lb. 85c CUBE STEAK .... lb. 69e BRIGGS BACON .... lb. 59c ESSKAYS FRANKS - - lb. 59c 47c lb, 49e CORKHILL FRANKS--L )ose - ! b. ONGHORN CHEESE - - ptcN cs . . - - (SMOKED---SMAIJ, AND I,EAN) VEAL CHOPS - - . - HAMBURGER--- lb. 59c Fresh Ground Beef - 3-1bs. $1..33 (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER) IN U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" CtlCKENS - - - - lb. (Whole or Cut Up) !AI E ON QUALITY GROI:ERI sPEND LESS AND GET MORE HORMEL SPAM ..... 12-oz. can45 ARMOURS TREET .... 12-oz. can45c HEINZ BABY FOOD %--Strained - .10 for 99c GOLD RIBBON MARGARINE - - 2-1bs. 29e SHENANDOAH MAID APPLE SAUCE - - - 17-oz. can, 2 for 25c BOSCUL PEANUT BUTTER - 12-oz. jar37c MONARCH EVAP.. MILK- .- 6 tall cans 79c DOMINO SUGAR - 5-1bs. 39c ,(With Purchase of $5.00/orMore) KENNYS SALAD DRESSING - ql. jar 49c DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES - - - 33c NABISCO SAI/IINES'" - - - l-lb. box 25c pENNYS rOMA30 JUICE--46.oz. can - - 4 for $1.00 ESKO SHORTENING ..... 3-1bs. 59c COCA" COLA ...... 6 pack 30c (One Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 Order-- Plus Deposit) (BRING YOUR COUPONS TO M. & K.) II I I II A R R O W ....... 98c G U N T H E R ..... 98c (6 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS II OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! Sharon Lee Smith Had Birthday Party At Her Home On Church St. Sharc,n Lee Smi.th, daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smi.th cel ebrated her 2nd birthday with a wether roast on Saturday, Aug. :29 at her home on South Churc,h St. Guests present to help Sherry Lee celebrate were Jenny Sue, Peg gy and Alice Smith, Robbie En- his, Ann Gore, Terry and Jeff Propps, Jimmy and Trecia Cline, Stevie Kershner, Ricki S,nyder. Julie Kisner, Carrie and J(>hn Hunt, 'Mark, Debbie and Meredith Ann Smith. Sharon Lee received many love- ly gifts and all her friends had an enjoyable afternoon. Refreshments of hot dogs, pota- to chips, lemonade, ice cream a~d birthday cake were served. Well-Child Clinic Dates Are Announced Officials of the Jeffersc,n Coun- ty Heal,t~h Department announced Wednesday the following schedule for the t~hree Welt-Child Confer- ences set for this month at Char- les Town, Harpers Ferry and Shep herdstown. The Charles Town Well Child Conference will be held in the basement of the County Buildi,ng Thursday, September 10 between 1 and 2 p. m. In ttarpers Ferry at ,the Camp Hill Methodist Church basement on Wednesday, September 2 be- tween 1 and 2 l~ m. In Shepherdstown at' the War Memorial Building, Montlay, Sep-. tember 14 between 2 and 3 p. m. Soup, Sandwich Supper By Ladies Aux. Citizens Fire Company Sept. 18 The Lad,ies Auxiliary of the Cit- izens Fire Company held 0heir reg ular monthly mee,ting ,at the Fire Hall Tuesday, Sept. 1. After a de- votion period and a s~hort business session, final plans were made for the soup and sandwich supper to be 'held Friday, September 18*th a.t 5 o'clock. Home made vegetable soup, country ham sand.wic~hes, ham salad sandwiches, chicken salad sandwiches, cake, p,e,~- sof~, drinks and coffee. i m,,i i__ ~: !/I:L:L))I:;il i:Liii:::iiiiii!i!iiiiii!:::::;:::iLiiiii: } \ ? IT' $ WH ITE'S DS ALWAYS" Always y of FREE Your Groceries are Your Car FREE of Wait on You All of PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 114 iNN mira II Williams-Penwell Nuptials Saturday Miss Barbara Lucille Penwell, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Baker Penwell of Charles Town and Mr. Windel Lee 'Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll .Williams of Lov ettsville. Va., were married Satur- j ] day, Aug. 29 at the Meffhodist par sonage. The Rev. C. W. Lloyd per- formed the ceremony after which the couple left c~n a short motor trip through Virginia Following their wedding trip the couple will reside with the bride's parents. R ~--~dHo I By Mrs. Charles Adams Club m~ at ,t~he home of Mrs. Oar land He flebower Jr. last Wednes- day evening with 24 gues~ts and members present. .Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams were Sunday dinner guests w~th i 1 his parents ,Mr. and ~Mrs. M.L. m ) Adams. In t'he a,fternoon ~Mz's. M. L. and June Adams visited with Mrs. Th.amas We~t on Church St. I in Charles Town. Mrs. Dorot~hy Stuckey and son Wayne of Martinsburg were Su,n- day evening visi,tors with,,i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Saturday and Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and children Martha and Chuckle en- joyed picnic s'yle supper n the S I la, wn of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Paul Cqaap- man and children Don and Nan ey also enjoy4ng the del,icious food were Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue and children Carol .and Jim. iMr. and Mrs. Ed,war~d-Lee Boyd t left last Thursday for Lewisburg ~ i where t'hey attended the W. Va. State Fair. They returned home on Su;:aday. Drunken-Bike Rider Injured When Runs ,,,.. . , , Into Car Saturday RiChard L. Nelson, 438 Franklin LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE . . 46.0z. 19c s o u T H E R N Street, Hagerstown, Md. suffered !'-' .'. FREESTONE PEACHES. SI 42 :i cans $1.00 a fractured skull about 9:30 a.m. FAMOUS F F V SALTINES - 1-lb. 19c Saturday morning in a freak ac- cider~t which occurred abou~t nine miles .ast of Charles TownKEEBLER TOWN S N I D E R' S Secondary Rotate 32, near Piper- ,own. HOUSE CRACKERS SPECIAL 12-oz. 1,9c CATSUP - - Family ze bottle 25c Corporal I. P. l%ichardson s,aid Nelson was r4dlng a bic,vcle owned by avid Sta bs. of .,te ,, GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ) l O-lb. bag 89c Harpers Ferry. He was in a hiffhly intoxicated condi,tion and lost con ,rol of the bicycle i, cra,,hed PILLSBURY FLOUR ) 5-lb. bag 49c head-on into a 1959 Chevrolet being drive~n South on Route 32 by Garland E. Cogle, Rou,te 2, SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS - l-lb. pkg 27c Harpers Ferry, The impact of the bicycle against the car threw Nel son high in,to the air and heC R IS C 0--'5C OFF " " " 3"lb. can s,truck bJs head a~gain~t the wind shield of the car. Nelson was re,moved ,to t~he Char FL U F F 0--8c Off - - - les Town General Hos,pi,~al w~here. examination reevMed he ,had surf- ered a skull fracture. Corporal Richardson said Nel- son was charged with being drunk. leaners Meet Tuesday At Home Mrs. Kable Johnson The Gleaners Class of the Me- thodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Kable Johnson on South George Street on Tuesday ~ght, Sept, 8 at 8 o'clock. VIMCO BREAD MIX - - - SUPER SUDS--Large Box - OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE - 3-lb. can 3-lb. bag 82c 79c 69c 25c 2 cans 39c .. WASHINGTON CAKE MIXES'- - - pkg. lOc WASHINGTON CORN MUFFIN & CORN BREAD MIX DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES DUNCAN HINES PANCAKE MIX DUNCAN HINES BLUEBERRY PANCAKE MIX DUNCAN HINES BLUEBERRY MUFFIN MIX - pkg. 10c - pkg. 33c 2-lb. pkg. 39c 12-oz. pkg. 39c 13V:-oz. pkg. 41c ,m,m