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Sultana Blackeye Peas or Sultana
Pork and Beans - - - V,6? 10c
Ann Page Red Kidney Beans or Red
Beans & Chili Gravy Can 10c
Sultana Pure Fruit
Strawberry ^serves . - cSL 25c
I Sultana Brand
Short Grain Rice - - JS: 43c
'|*aI#a - ? Devil food 19 Oz
VdKC ml A " *? Yellow Cake Pkg A.^C
PHFF^F A&p cheddar MiId ^Zge 27e
UnCCai. A^P Cheddar Sharp 8-Oz. Jig
Wedge ?* ? ?
A&P's Own Pure "
I SHORTENING j
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I 27e 73e I
r GERBERS ]
I BABY FOODS I
1 s,F'^r 3 j- 29c I
Chopped 8-Oz. 1 j
( Foods Jar
KARO SYRUP.. Bot 23c
Town House Crackers
STRIETMANN . ??; 35c
Burry's Oxford Cream
SANDWICHES . "?? 27c
Mild & Mellow Coffee
lLb. IOa 3-Lb. $028
Bag f ffv Baf! im
SansieMia Corned or Roast
BEEF- r 40c
SHOE PEG CORN - 2N- 29c
Jane Parker Cherry
PIES t 39c
CUT GREEN BEANS
All American "* 1-Lb.
Assortment ' m Pkg.
? 2 s 35c
- 2 " 23c
A&rs " Super-Right " Meats
? Heavy Western Cram-Fed Baa# ?
"Super -Right" Booefeaa
CHUCK MAST -- ? 59c
"Super-Right" 7-Inch Cut Beoeless
RID STEAK - - - - " ? 85c
GROUND BEEF - - - ? 39e
"Super-Right" Fre*h Loin End ' ? ?
PORK ROASTS - = - 39c
"Super - Right" Fresh Center Cut
PORK CHOPS - - - - ? 69c
All Meat Franks HJ; 39c
All Meat Bologna 39c
Sliced Bacon (K, p!?: 45c
Dry Salt Fat Back Lb. 17c
Headless Dressed Whiting1^" 21c
Ann Poge Creamy Rich
SALAD * 0QP
DRESSING ? 0UC
Sparkle Instant Puddings 3 ?*??. 19c
Sparkle Sherbet Mix 3 pui. 25c
Ann Page Tomato Soup _ 2 Cut 35c
Sultana Stuffed Olives lS?" 49c
Argo Gloss Starch - -t? 6c
Niagara Laundry Starch^ 19c
Linit Laundry Starch 2 Pk*r 27c
Duzwashd,? Powder ?< 30c 72c
Oxydol Powder - -- 30c
Joy Liquid - - g 30c
Ajax Cleanser - - 2 c- 25c
Dale f ancy Sliced
Pineapple c?a?2 29c
Pineapple Juice "a??z 25c
l)cl Monte Fancy
Green Peas KoChT 21c
Bartlett Pears 29c
DeJ Monte All Green
Libby's Canned Meats
Vienna 40, \ "7
Sausage CaD JL M
Corned Beef "? 45c
Potted Meats .. 2 15c
Corned Beef Hash 'c? 29c
Pork Brains W 29c
Save On A&P's Fruits & Vegetables
SEEDLESS GRAPES ~ = 35c
CRISP LETTUCE - 2 - 35c
Golden Bananas " ] c
Large Juicy Lemons . ">15
Sweet Bing Cherries _ ? 49
California Plums "25
Golden Carrots 2 "^23
California Peaches .. ">
Large Sweet Ripe
3 ^ 25c
THIS HEN EGG, weighing a
quarter of a pound, was layed
by a hen belonging to Ralph
Thomas of Culberson. The egg
is over three Inches long and
Is two Inches in diameter.
4 Baptist Camps
Set At Truett Home
Four weeks of camp for Baptist
young people in this region got
under way this week at the George
Truett home place near Hayes
This week some 50 intermediate
girls from the five Western North
Carolina counties included in the ,
region, are attending the camp.
Mrs. Edward Altland of Ashe
ville. formerly of Franklin, is head
of the camp; The Rev. and Mrs.
Charles Leonard, former mission
aries to China, are the missionary
Also on the staff are Mrs. G. E.
Scruggs of Peachtree and Mrs. B.
B. Littleton, pastor's wife, of
Franklin; and Miss Jo Williams
from Monroe, summer worker in
the Tuckaseege Association.
Local ladies assist daily with
cooking and serving meals to the
The camps are held Monday
through Friday and include plan
ned recreation, mission study,
Bible study and vespers.
Next week Junior girls will be at
the camp. Mrs. Jim Berry of
Franklin will be the counselor and
the Rev. G. E. Scruggs will be
camp pastor. Some 75 to 100 girls
are expected to attend.
The week beginning July 35
intermediate boys will be at the
camp. Mrs. Altland will again be
The week of August 1 Junior boys
will be at the camp, and the Rev.
John C. Corbitt will be In charge.
Applications are still being taken
for the camps.
On Friday August 5, at the close
of the final camp week as assoc
iational Sunbeam Rally will be
held with Mrs. Kenneth Woodard
of HayesvlUe In charge.
General manager for the camp
Is the Rev. Johnny Grant, pastor
of the Truett Memorial Baptist
Russell To Attend
The Rev. William L>. Russell of
the Murphy Episcopal churches
will attend a two weeks religious
education conference at Sewanee
University from July 17 through
There will be no daily or evening
prayer services at the Church of
the Messiah during the two weeks,
Mr. Russell said.
The regular Sunday services will
be the same at both St. Barnabas
and at the Church of the Messiah,
To Preach Here Sun.
The Rev. W. Jackson Huney
cutt, superintendent of the Way
nesville District, will preach at
the morning service Sunday, July
17 at the First Methodist Church.
Merle Davis, chairman of the of
ficial board, will lead the service.
In the evening the Rev. W. F.
Elliott will preach.
The Rev. Asmond Maxwell, pas
tor, and his family left Tuesday
for a two weeks vacation In Geor
gia and Florida. Hie pastoral Rela
tions Committee has made arrange
ments for the pulpit to be supplied
the two Sundays Mr. Maxwell Is
Isachesen weather station on
Ellef Ringnes Island In the Cana
dian Arctic gets more mow In sum
mer than in winter, says the Na
tional Geographic Society. Cold air
doesn't hold as much moisture as
warmer air. And it's oold at back
Roberts On TV Show
Misses Kathleen and Dorothy
Roberts recently appeared over
WJBF-TV, Channel Six In Augusta.
They were guest singers with
Papa John's String Band In wnich
their brother .Gerald, plays fiddle
each Thursday and Saturday after
AND FEEL WELL
fl Drink Plenty of Milk dur
g ing these warm summer
, days and you can cut down
H on foods that create body
J heat in the summer time.
The real secret of a Happy.
* Well person in the summer
n . ,
I time is eating and drinkin?
plenty of Dairy Products.
Try Dairy Products for one
week and you'll try them all
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