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September 28, 1961

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2 l-Lb. Pkgs. .k ,k .k I "IT"S WHITE'S OR DS .ALWAYS" WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, VA. (EVERY HAM GUARANTEED) HILl L I I I CAL IDA FRENCH FRIES - - - - 2 9.oz. pkgs. 29c CAL IDA i i 2"z "'s 49c CAL IDA FRENCH FRIES - - -lb. bag 99c DONALD DUCK i ORANGE JUICE 5 6 oz. cans 89c B I R D S E YE ORANGE JUICE--Bc Off Deal 4 6-oz. cans91c DOM NO PILLSBURY GINGER BREAD MIX.-6c Off 2 pkgs. 49c PILLSBURY BROWNIE MIX--6c Off - - 2 pkgs. 64c F L A K 0 N S MUFFIN MIX--4c Off --large 20.oz. pkg. 29c NEW CRISCO OIL , . 24-oz. bottle 55c 40.oz. bottle 85c I I IIIII I POLAR FORDHOOK LIMAS - - 5 lO-oz, pkgs. 99c -OLA- BROCCOLI SPEARS - - - 5 9-oz. pkgs. 99C GRENDELL CUBED BEEF STEAK l-lb. pkg. 89c GRENDELL BREADED VEAL STEAK .- 1-1b. pkg. 79c I F L U F F 0--6c Off - - CRISCO - - - WHIFFS EVAPORATED MILK CARNATION PET. BORDENS LUZIANNE COFFEE--IOc Off MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE--20c OFF - - 3-lb. can 79c - 3-lb. can 89c 6 tall cans 79c 6 tall cans 91c 2-lb. can $1.29 - lO-oz, jar $1.39 McCORMICK'S MAYONNAISE - - pt. jar 37c M US S E LM A N 'S ' APPLE SAUCE No. 303 cans, 8 cans $1.00 JELLO--Assort. Flavors--lc Sale - 4 pkgs. 37c GOLDEN ISLE PINEAPPLE JUICE - - 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 OLD VIRGINIA PURE PRESERVES - - 5 12-oz. glasses $1.00 By Mrs. Elsie Hanmtead Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel and family spent Sunday at the Zoological Park, Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. John McCarty spent the weeknd recently with their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCarty at Vien- na, Va. Mrs. Laura Richardson of Rip- pen visited her brother Mr. Har. ry Lueas on Sunday. Mrs. Edith Thomas, Mr. and Irvin Hall and Terry Lynn visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ed- wards at Leetown on Sunday af. ternoon. A/3c James C. Smith of Lang- ley Air Force Base spent the weekend with h is parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. and Mrs. George Hilliard and Kay and Bill were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Whittington at Hagerstown, Md. Sunday evening Mrs. Nelson Kearns and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grove and Nancy of Martinsburg were callrs of Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Htlliard. Dinner guests on Sunday of tburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Smith I spent Sunday with her parents Mrl and Mrs. L. V. Stuckey Jr. in on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshtre and eluded Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price Mrs. Thomas Brown Harlan III I son. and children Louis McCarty Sr., returned to her home in Philadel Mr. and Mrs. William Ainswor- James McCarty and Louis McCar- ty Jr. PTA Meeting At a recent P. T. A. meeting the playground committee was auth- orized to purchase a sliding board monkey bars, a badminton set and a volley ball. The group planned to boil apple butter early in the month of October for sale. Mr. and Mrs. John Heinz an- nounce the birth of a son on Tuesday. The couple have a dau- ghter Suzette. Gets Letter From President The following is a letter from the White House to Pamella Cox 9 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cox. Dear Pamela: The president has asked me to thank you for the nice letter you sent him. He certainly appreciat- es your friendly thought in writ- ing and extends his best wishes to you. Sincerely, Ralph A. Dun- gan, Special Assistant to the Pres ident. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith visi- ted Mrs. Sue Kisner in Martins- burg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mauch of Martins- ,hia, Pa. on Saturday after spend th of Charles Town was Sunday mg several weeks with Mr. and evening visitors of Mrs. James Mrs. Laird Marshall. Lilla and sons Jay and Vince. Mrs. A. J. Gaglia of Oakland, " Mr. Otto Ryman and daughter Cal. is visiting her brother-in-law Miss Maida Ryman of Ranson and sister Mr. and Mrs. Laird was Sunday afternoon visitors of Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryman and daughter Miss Juanita Ryman. Mrs. Vallie Carper of Winches qLL ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley and son Roger recently spent several !days with their daughter and son- indaw Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ale- i shire of Triangle, Va. Mrs. Douglas Minnick and dau ghter Cynthia of Martinsburg, W. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ranalli and children of Harpers Ferry were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Johnson and daughters Sherry Lou, Lynda, Beth Ann and Jennifer Sue of Wheaton, Md. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mead- ows. Mrs. Pittman Russell and dau- ghter Karen of Hagerstown, Md. ter, Va. spent several days with her sister and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lake motored to Winches- ter, Va. on Tuesday to take Mrs. Carper home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aleshire of Triangle, Ca. spent the week end with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley. Airman Michael T. ]ones Gets Diploma From Army School At Fort Belvoir,, A/3c Michael T. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh F. Moler of Bakerton has been awarded a dip- loma from the U. S. Army Engin eer School at Fort Belvoir, Va. for successful completion of the Map Compiling Course which in- cludes the following subjects, Gen eral Mapping Subjects, Control Selection, Plotting and Extension Map Compilation and Revision and Mosaics. He has been assign. dto Shaw Air Force Base in S. Pvt. Yeakley Completes Courst at Fort Knox m Fort Knox, Ky. (AHTNC)- Army Pvt. Kenneth P. Yeakley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Yeak ley, 611 N. High St., Martinsburg, W. Va. completed the eight week automotive course under the Re- serve Forces Act program at The Armor School, Fort Knox, Ky., Sept. 14. The 18 year soldier attend ed Martinsburg High School. BAKE' SALE SEPT. 29 A bake sale for the benefit of the Charles Town Junior High School football squad will be held in the old J. C. Penney Company store room on Friday, September 29th, beginning at 9 a. m. Many good things to eat will be on sale and it is hoped that the pub tic will support the sale. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY USE THE ~CLASSIFIEDS SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 8--A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 19 "America Is A Better America-Thanks To : i ii;i i::i:: NEW DODGE POLARA--TiHs is t!~e high-performance, high-style 1962 Polara "500" which Dodge is introducing in the lux~ry sports car market. The new, medium- price prestige car is powered by a 305-horsepower V-3. It's available in two ~ two-door and a convertible (above).