f restmont A&P's Own Chocolate? V amlla? Straw berry
ICE CREAM ^ 20* - 75<
Packer's Label White and
GREEN LIMAS 2 23
PILLSBURY PIE CRUST STICKS - - 19c
Dinner Pkg. D'C
Frozen Chicken? Turkey? Beef Frozen
Swanson's Pot Pies ?"?; 25c Swan son's
Flavorful Sunnyfield Crisp
Hawaiian Punch . 4c?' 35c Corn Flakes p? 17c 23c
Shredded Wheat 2 pj^sz 37c Grapenut Flakes 15c
SPECIAL LOW PRICE! Aristocrat Crackers
SALTINES - - 1 9C
GRAND LOW PRICE) Fanning Bread & Butter
PICKLES 2 * 45*
31c pG? 75c
2 25 77c
Del-Monle Small Green Peas
Del-Monte Sliced Pineapple .
Del-Monle All Green Asparagus
Krey Chopped Beef With Gravy
No 303 41.
16-Oz. Can * 1 ?
- - - 20-Oz. Can
- - Can
- ^ I7c
Large Fresh California
Quick Elastic Starch
Oxydol With Bleach
Krey Salisbury Steaks With Gravy " ?z 35c
Krey Sliced Beef With Gravy
Krey Sliced Pork With Gravy
Save on Fresh Produce
Dulany Cream Corn rroien *?? 19c
Dulany Candied Yams rtouia 27c
Strong heart Dog Food - - 2 c?m
Argo Gloss Starch 6c
Swift's Hamburger ? xcan 45c
Swift's Pork Sausage
Swift's Steaks Bee'
Halves ? Quarters or Whole ? Red Ripe
Arizona or California Sweet and Mellow
Juicy and Tangy California
Fresh Lemons - 1 9c
LETTUCE - - 2 * 25?
Large Fresh Cirsp Heads of
p S: 12c
2 BR:rgs 17c
2 Ban! 25C
D uz Powder
air Gt. 7 C?
Pkg. J'C pkg. IJ\.
It 31c & 75c
A&P's Dependably Delicious "Super-Right" Meats!
"Super-Right" All Meat
Franks - St
39c Chopped Ham -
"Super-Right" Sliced Spiced
Bologna - St 39c Luncheon Meat
Cut Up "Super-Right"
FRESH FRYERS -
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PUBLIC SQUARE Franklin, N. C
POSING PRETTILY are the contestants in last week's July 4 beauty contest: Front row (L to
R) Susie Wallace, sponsored by Ray and Welch Super .Market, Beverly Stockton, Quality Shop,
Martha Womack, Children's Shop, Beverly Higdon, Horsley's Restaurant, Doris Shook, Fashion
Shop, Marjorie Moody, Twin's Shop, Joann Burrell, Angel's Drug Store, and Dwain Horsley,
Belk's Department .Store; second row, Patsy Neal, A & P, Nancy Sutton, Zickgraf Hardwood Com
pany, Jewel Angel, Carolina Pharmacy, Ellen Calloway, Enloe Tractor and Equipment Company,
Sarah Reagan, Electrotux, Joan Thomas, West's Florist, and Sybil Brauer, Shorty Mason's; third
row, Patricia Tatham, Skywater, Helen Cochran, Franklin Lodge and Golf Course, Margaret Jones,
Macon Insurance Agency, Laura Mae Cabe, Nantahala Power and Light Company, Nettie Dock
ery, Macon Theatre, and Judy Hooker, Pearson's Cafe.
Jones Is Aboard
Fireman 3/c M. G. (Mac) Jones
is a crewman aboard the USS New
Jersey, a battlewagon now on a
two-month cruise with 650 naval
midshipmen from 20 colleges and
universities in the U. S.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Jones, of Franklin, and has
been in service about 30 months.
Before being assigned to the New
Jersey, he was aboard the cruiser
On the midshipman cruise, the
New Jersey's agenda includes
stops in Norway, Sweden, Den
mark, England, and Cuba. It is
scheduled to drop anchor at its
home port, Norfolk, Va? on Au
Wesleyan Service Guild
Slates Meeting Tonight
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
the Franklin Methodist Church
will meet tonight (Thursday) at
8 o'clock at the church.
Hostesses are Mrs. Florence
Sherrill, Mrs. Lee Barnard, and
Mrs. J. H. Christy.
For July 18-28
A revival meeting will be held
at Clark's Chapel Methodist
Church, beginning July 18 and
continuing through July 28.
The Rev. J. O. Anderson, pas
tor of the Macon circuit, will do
the preaching, assisted by the
Rev. R. L. Poindexter, pastor of
A song service will begin night
ly at 7:30 and preaching at 8
o'clock. . if .
Homecoming day will be observ
ed at the church Sunday, July 22,
with an all-day service. A picnic
lunch will be served on the
All are invited to attend.
Mrs. Barnwell's Brother
Killed In Auto Accident
Dr. James I. Gallemore, a
brother of Mrs. Howard Barnwell,
of Franklin, was killed in an auto
mobile accident June 23. He had
Just been graduated from medical
school in Charleston, 8. C., and
was driving to his home in Green
His wife, who also was in the
car, escaped with minor Injuries.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnwell attended
the funeral service, held in Green
ville June 25.
TO CARRY FOR
TO PAY YOUR BILLS IN CASH
Paying bills by cash is as outmoded as grandpa's mous
tache cup . . . and a good thing, too! Carrying a large
wad of money about was an open invitation to theft or
loss ... to say nothing of time wasted plodding all over
town to pay bills. Today, folks let the mailman do the
ootwork. Sensible people pay by check, avoid loss, fore
stall arguments, save time, steps.
Open a checking account with us today
The Bank of Franklin