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September 21, 1961

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~I [] 41 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (6 - 8 lbs.) (6 - 8 lbs.) CAL IDA FRENCH FRIES 2 pkgs. 49c ICELANTIC PERCH BREADED STEAK - 12-oz. pkg. 43c ICELANTIC COD BREADED STEAK 12-oz. pkg. 45c ICELANTIC HADDOCK BREADED STEAK . 12.oz. pkg. 49c ICELANTIC FLOUNDER BREADED STEAK 12.oz. pkg. 59 ICELANTIC HALIBUT BREADED STEAK - 12.ez. pkg. 69c / IlL BEECH NUT COFFEE--Gc can 69c LUZIANNE COFFEE--SAVE 5c - - l-lb. can 70c LUZIANNE COFFEE--SAVE 10c - 2-lb. can $1.37 LUZIANNE COFFEE--SAVE 15c - 3-lb. can $2.09 MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE--IOc OFF . 6.oz. jar 89c CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE - - - 6-oz. jar 89c , N E S CA1: E--lOc OFF - - - 6-oz. jar 89c BORDEN'S INSTANT COFFEE--IOc OFF - - G-oz. jar 73c LIBBYS PINEAPPLE JUICE 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE- -3 46-oz. cans 85c L I B B Y S CLING 'PEACHES 2 30-oz. lge. cans 59c LIBBYS DEEP BROWN BEANS 8 14-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS DEEP BROWN BEANS - - 6 21-oz. cans $1,00 OLD VIRGINIA PURE PRESERVES - 5 12-oz. glasses $1.00' LUTZ & SCHRAM PURE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES . 20-Oz. glass 49c PUREX TOILET TISSUE .'. 4 .,4.roll pkgs. $1.00 ltlll ii, WASHINGTON CAKE MIXES . . . pkg. 10c DUNCAN HINES PANCAKE MiX- 2-lb. pkg. 33c LOG CABIN SYRUP--2c OFF- 12-oz. glass 29c DASH DOG FOOD--SAVE 10c-6 l-lb. cans 83c ZEST SOAP--7c OFF - - - 2 bath bars 32c LIBBYS PINEAPPLE--- GI PEFRUIT DRINK . . 5 quart cans $1.00 NEW CRISCO OIL - - 12.oz. bottle 31c 24-oz. bottle 55c PECAN SANDIES By Keebler - pkg. 49c NABISCO COOKIES CHOC. CHIP - - pkg. 49C HYDROX COOKIES By Sunshine - 1-lb. pkg. 49c Ill Illl YELLOW ONIONS- - PASCAL CELERY- - GREEN CABBAGE- - U. S. NO. 1 KENNEBECK POTATOES - - 3-lb. bag 19c 2 large bunches 29c .... lb. 5c lO-Ib, bag 39c, SEABROOK FORDHOOK LIMAS SEABROOK GREEN PEAS - 4 lO-oz, pkgs. $1.00 6 lO-oz, pkg. $1.00 30 FREE STAMPS 30 With the Purchase of Mortens ll-Oz. Dinner And This Coupon 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With the Purchase of Quart of Teen Queen Mayonnaise And This Coupon 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 50 FREE STAMPS 50 With the Purchase of With the Purchase of With the Purchase of 1-Pound Grendel 2.Lbs. Chef Delight Breaded Veal Steak 4-Oz. Tavern Pepper Cheese Spread And This Coupon And This Coupon And This Coupon / 0 I son of Washington, D. C. were Mr. and Mrs. Philip eden and Town was recent viistor of his i ved. Everyone had an enjoyable I family and Mrs. Mary Cline of, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAaM RS ADVOCATE I Sunday evening callers of the for daughter Lisa Ann and Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. J. HenrY levening. I Middleway were Sunday, callersI THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1961 ........ liners parents Rev. and Mrs. Ar- Mrs. Philip Wiley and daughter Penwell. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilt and I of Mr .and Mrs. Merle eden and l uy Mrs. famine ut~ I thur Beahm.. Thresa were Sunday visitors of I Mrs. Yula Aleshire was hostess I fainily were recent viistors of the I family. I "~rs Jack Shiflett ........-----'-ite an-"l ,,,~-- ,~,~,,=,~'h"-~" ,_,~" ,,,u"'~'~ .,,s"n~ .... ,ere ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and ram to a Stanley Party on Saturday" latters mother Mrs. Hattie ~lames [ Mr. and Mrs. George Cox of ] and Frank. of Bakerton were Sun son~ of Ranson" were recent r ana ~ars t~ov wn u t "" i" night at 7:30 at the BloomerY. at Ranson. I Ranson were recent visitors of lday vimtors of the formers me- ts .." - " .... J recent visitors of her mother Mrs. JY. ' . tors of the latters paren lI moveclinto a hOUSe De Y. .. -... .~ ".. ~:[Ellis Johnson at Millville. , Guy and Frankie eden of Bak- Mrs. Rebecca Snellings of Charles Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Viands Jthe latters parents Mr. and Mrs. [ther .... Mrs. Nelhe eden and son and Mrs. Rodne_v Jenkl'nS m to Mr r~uauy renwe~t o~ ~g g I . . erton were Suncmy visitors of Mr. Town was demonstrator. Those at and daughter of Ranson were re- I J. Henry Penwell. I tsz~ly. ....... family. aries Town. ] Mr. and Mrs. Alec Lannam ana and Mr. T,ester Oft tending, were Mrs. Mary Palmer ,.out xisi,ers of Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam I ~wr. ant1 lvlrs, r~e~ne~n Turner I --------'------ Dfllow re famdy of I oudoun (ountv Va Mr and M Vlr. and Mrs. George ' '" I " ; ., , . " rs. Arthur Beahm and family of Bolivar, Nancy, Billy Viands and family, land family of Ranson were re-land family of Millville were Sun Saud ostracized bv ztly bought the home of the Iwere Sunday 1visitors of the mr- and son of Takoma Park, Md. Sharon, Nellie and Eddie and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Odqn and J cent visitors of the latters par-I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott were Saudi Arabia - Thomas Lee Dillow. They [ters parems lvtrl, aria lvlrs. ~am were Sunday visitors of the for- Buddy Aleshire, Eddie Wines sons were recent visitors :of Mr. lents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Host-lrecent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. moved into it and are hav-[t~aray an~ ~am~Jy. mers parents Rev. and Mrs. Ar-.and Junior Palmer. Games were and Mrs. Bob Webb and family Iler and family. I Donald Oden and daughter Don "-----" a new front porch built. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and j thtur Beahm. I played, demonstrations were j at Shenandoah Junction. I Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and J na and sons Frank and Guy at Kennedy stresses and Mrs. Fred Beahm and daughter Dianne of the Bloomery Mr. Buddy Penwell of Charles made and refreshments were set Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and daughter Donna and sons Guy ] Bakerton. aid to Latins.