Thursday, June 2, ISStii
KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C
“SUPER-RIGHT’l^FAMOUS QUALIH HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF
CHUCK ■■ ■■ ”
AfrE «Xcai$iVt BitANB I
MARVEL KE MLI
A&P'S EXCLUSIVE CANNED BEVERAGE
YUKON CLUB 15
SPECIALLY PRICED! ALL FLAVORS
JUICED RITE DRINKS
HEARTY & VIGOROUS
OUR OWN TEA
A&P BRAND HARDWOOD
Frozen Foods Values!
MARVEL BRAND COMBINATION
VANILLA ICE CREAM
A&P WHOLE LEAF OR
ALL VARIETIES —BLUE STAR
CREAM PIES r
Jane Parker Baked Foodsb
JANE PARKER — BANANA NUT
JANE PARKER — TASTY
JANE PARKER — GOLDEN
Fr'eshTru i ts a nd Veg eta bl e§
VALUE PRICED RED BLISS
JANE PARKER — CRACKED
WHEAT BREAD 2
- - rr -y tf, ^
JANE PARKER — READY TO SERVE
5 ^ 39e
IDEAL FOR SALADS & SANDWICHES
49o f 89c
SPECIALLY PRICED! IONA
• ARISTOCRAT BRAND SALTINE
• "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY
' • A&P FREESTONE
• SUNNYFIELD BUTTERMILK
Pancake Flour 2
ANN PAGE TOMATO RICE SOUP 10c
ANN PAGE SPARKLE GELATINS 4 1^°! 29c
ANN PAGE FRENCH DRESSING
ANN PAGE PORK & BEANS
Slices O iVox.
Beef —as Beef Should Taste!
“SUPER-RIGHT” FRESHLY GROUND
"SUPER-RIGHT" LEAN BONELESS
Get the Eat in the Meat. Stock your Freezer with "Sup
er-Right" Famous Quality Heavy Corn-Fed Beet. Dur
ing this sale we will cut your purchases to your specif
ications, wrap in market paper and mark the contents
/ on each package. Or, if you desire, your meat will
' be wrapped in freezer paper of on additional cost suf
ficient only to cover the cost of the freezer paper.
/ _ __P!oce your order this week; you may pick it up Inter
... Remember that every purchase ie fully guoron--
teed to please yon.
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF 325 TO 375 LB. AV6.
WHOLE SIDE OF BEEF u 45c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF 160 TO 185 LB. AVO.
WHOLE BEEF HINDQUARTER » 55c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF 165 TO 190 LB. AVG.
WHOLE BEEF FOREQUARTER u. SSc
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF 85 TO 100 LB. AVG. '
TRIMMED BEEF ROUND u 57c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF 85 TO 100 LB. AVO.
WHOLE BEEF ARM CHUCK » 39c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF 45 TO 65 LB. AVG. .
TRIMMED FULL BEEF LOIN » 75c
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF 25 TO 35 LB. AVG.
BEEF RIBS , 10-INCH CUT LB. 59c
That’s a fair question. But not an easy one to answer because we have our own quality i|:
standards, different from any other meat merchant. j;;:::
II our own high standards to bring you the best values, - |;:
II That doesn’t mean we don’t approve of audi grading-not at all It just means we’re
jxj: very fussy about the beef we label “Super-Right.” It stands to reason we have to be or
ili A*P wouldn’t be America’s number one meat merchant ^|||
11 Are “Super-Right” Meats a good reason for diopping A*P? 7 )||
i|: They’re one of many I ' V ^
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“SUPER-RIGHT” FAMOUS QUAUTY HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF
PRICES EFF. THRU
SAT.. JUNE 4TH
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF
CUBEIK^ CHUCK STEAK mmMU
L i ★ Lb.
"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY* CORN-FED BEEP ^ "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY CORN-FED BEEF \
95o CHUCK STEAK rn: 49c
i RALEIGH — The State High-
1 way Patrol has issued a grim
Having qualified as Executrix
of the Last Will and Testament
of Louis Arnold Kiser, Deceased,
late of Cleveland County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the
estate of said decedent to present
them to the undersigned on or be-
i warning to parents — Be sure i fore November 22, 1966, or this
I your children don’t take chances • ^jjj b^. pleaded in bar of
I on the streets and the highways.! ^heir recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make
immediate payment to the un
Public schools are closing down
for the su.Timcr, which means
that children will be engaging in
more outside activities. -TTie
weather is milder, there are
I more daylight hours and more
I children playing outdoor.s.
After months ol confinement
indoors children all too often
forget their safety habits and
are likely to dash into the street
or road after a ball without a
a glance at oncoming traffic.
I Tlie.v also roller skate, ride
i bikes and generally frolic and
I seldom do the expected.
They' may run or fall into the
This 19th day of May, 1^.
Julia AVright, Kiser, Exe
cutrix of the Elstate of
Louis Arnold Kiser 706
East King Street — Box 26
Kings Mountain, North
GARLAND & ALALA
Joseph B. Alala, Jr.
Gastonia, N. C.
, ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE
path of an automobile when the | r-APm ttma
driver least expects*’tt. ... ;
All motorists are asked to be '
particularly oar'eful and alert
1 wliile driving in recreation and
plav areas irt the next few
months. ■ SLOWER DRIVING
.MIGHT S.4'VE A LIFE.
Having qualified as administra"
tor of the estate of Goodloe
Gooch Sommers, deceased, this is
to notify all persons having
claims against said estate to file
same with the undersigned on or
_ I before the 4th day of November,
Kay Anderson ^
' All persons indebted to said es-
I tate will please make immediate
Directing Camp Rotary this This 4th day of May, 1966.
summer will be Miss Kay An-1 B. F. Maner
derson. field advisor lor the i Box 507
PionetH' Girl Scout Council. Kings Mountain. N. C.
Working witli Miss Anderson I George B. Thomasson
v\ ill i.(' Mrs. Lamar Henkle who i Attorney '
will .serve as as.sistant camp di- ]
rector and as nurse. |
Miss .Anderson was a resident
)f High Point bi'foro coming to
Gastonia lour yc'ars ago as a
I ])roIessipnal 'worker with the
j Girl Scouts. Site is a graduate of
Lenoir Rh.\ ne Collegix She re-
ceiv<'d Iti'r orientation into pro
fessional Girl Scouting in Atlan
ta, Georgia: and took her pro
fessional training at Buck Hill
Falls, Pennsylvania, in 196-1.
j Since h('ginning her ' prgfes-
I sional career, she has iiad addi-
tinndl training in the regional
office in Atlanta and at the Cen-
I ter lor ContinTiihg Education in
' .Atliens Georgia.
! .Mrs. ilenkle has tieen an able
I Girl Scout leader at First Meth-
! odist Church in Belmont since
M'e, The undersigned, have a
storage lien against a 1958 Mer
cury, Serial No. M8WB500857,
bearing a license' number of WB-
2588, re.gisterGd in the name of
Martin Shulford Ware, Jr., 105
Fail-view St.. Kings Alountain, N.
C.; lien in favor of Jay Motor
Company,'Hwy. 74 West, Kings
Mountain, North Carolina.
.Storage charges of $45.00.
We hereby demand that full
payment be made.
If payment in full is not imadfe
hy June 23, 1966. the above des
cribed vehicle will be sold at pub
lic auction at Victory Chevrolet
Company-, Kings Mountain, N. C.,
at 12:00 noon on that date. '
- 1962. having served Girl Scout-
I ing in otlier caijacities since 1957. • NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX
Sh(> is a graduate of Lawrance j yjoFth Carolina
Hospital School of Nursing in 1 (gieveland County
I Moorc.s\ille and the mother of a| Having qualified on May ’ll,
jCadette-age daughter Ann, and 1966, as Executrix of the Estate
a son, John. Her husltand travels ^offatt A Ware, deceased,
for aConstruefibn firm, and the of Cleveland County, North
I family is actively interestc'd in Car-tlina, this is to notify all per-
I civic and church affairs in Bel- ; jjyns having claims against the
j m(int. I Estate ol the deceased to exhibit
Ali.ss Anderson and Mrs. [ tbem to the undersigned at 109
Henkle have .just ndiirned li om j ,s. Gaston Street. Kings Mountain,
Camp Rockvvood, tlie Girl .Scout ' ,,0 or before the 11th day
National Camp at Potomac, Md., 1 November, 1966. or this notice
where the‘y took the fourteen
day course. Job of tlib Camp
Director. This training by na
tional Girl Scout staff members
is designed to insure knowl(>dge
and skills for program of high
quality in camps.
HICKORY Len.iir Rhynhj
College alumni elected three' new j
officers ami five new members |
of tile board of directors during ;
April and May. it was announced 1
torlay on the local campus.
"Tom White of Cherryvilie is
the nbw first vice pre.sident; the
Rev. Bratly Y. I’aggart of Con
cord is tile second vice presieient:
and Mrs. Jacob G ilden of Cliar-
loUe is tlie sieerctary-treasure'r.
New membe'is of the alumni
association’s board of directors
are Bill L. Nttil. Bes.semer City;
George H. Mauney', Kings Moun
tain; Lloyd R. Little, Shelby;
Lewis B. Carpenter, ’ Charlotte:
and Clarence Pugh, Woodruff, S.
Two men, bojh from Greens
boro, were re-eiected to office.
'Fhe Rev. Paul L. Morgan of
Greensboro will continue as
president of the lO.OOO-member
j association, and David C.
Wright, Jr. will continue as a
! m(>mber of the board of direct-
will be plMded in bar of any re
All persons indebted to said
Estate will please make immedi
ate payi.ment of said obligations.
This nth day of May, 1966.
Johnsie Rebecca Ware,
Executrix of Estate of
Aloffatt A. Ware, deceased.
WHISNANT & LACKEY,
Having qualified as Adminis
trators for the Estate of Jesse L.
Carpenter, Deceased, all persons
having claims against said estate
will please file same with the un
dersigned on or before November
19,* 1966 or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of any recovery-.
All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immedi
This the 16th day of May, 1966.
Rosetta Carpenter and Ben
ny Gene Carpenter, Admin
Davis, White & White,,^
Attorneys / - "
Senator B. Everett Jordan takes this
means of expressing his thanks and
* appreciation for all who voted for and
supported him in Saturday’s Primary.
Clyde Nolan, Cleveland County Campaign Manager
(Pd. Politic®! Adv.)