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THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1912
TOWN SOFTBALL
(Half-season, Final
Team Won
Auditors ______ 5
Bendix ______ 5
Crimson Coach .....5
Delco ._______ 3
Club Batting Averages
Team AB
Bendix ............. 264 86
Auditors ........... 274 SI
Crimson Coach .278 77
Delco ................ 267 67
Batting—Dick Burckholder,
Hits—Fred Herrmann, Bendix, 14.
Doubles—Byron Fritchie, Crimson
Coach and Clyde Fisher, Bendix, 3.
Triples—James Clark, Delco Fred
Herrmann, Bendix
Delco and Norman
tors, 2.
Herrmann ......32 14
Santschi ..........19 8
Swank 31 13
Fritchie __......27 11
Fett ......... ...... 20 8
Fisher ______ 31 12
iwford ..... ...... 13 5
H.
F.
B.
M.
C.
Jim1
R.
R.
B.
W.
O.
R.
P.
J.
R.
Clark _____ 32 12
Lewis ............ 8 3
Zuercher ......33 12
M.
R.
D.
R. Oberly .........—21
HARMON FIELD NOTES
LEAGUE
Figures)
Lost
Pct.
.555
.555
.555
.333
4
4
Fred Swank,
Triplett, Audi-
Herrmann, Ben-
Home Runs—Fred
dix, 4.
Pitching—John Herrmann, Audi
tors, 4-0.
Complete Batting Averages
(Individual)
AB
Player
H. Bogart ......
M. Triplett
R. Burkholder .... 18
Jim Gratz --------19
H. Basinger 6
Floyd Herr ___ 4
McCullough ___ 2
W. Deppler __ 19
Jack Clark ..........18
4
10
10
3
2
1
9
8
11
8
8
5
.133
.133
.130
.125
.097
.048
2
3
4
Best ........—...15
Merrill .......... 23
Klay .......... 32
Long ...............21
1
Tuesday, July 21
Diamond No. 1)
DELCO AB
Oberly ...... ........... ...........3 1 0
Harkness ......... ...........4 0 0
C. Clark ........... .. ........3 2 2
Long .............. ... 4 0 0
Fears .......... .. ........3 1 0
Schroeder ...........3 0 0
S. Stettler ...........4 0 1
F. Swank ........... ...........3 0 1
Totals .......... .........27 4 4
AUDITORS AB
6
Lugibihl _____
Detwiler ......
J. Gratz .. ...
Santschi .. ......
J. Herrmann
Eichenberry ....
Balmer .........
Burcky __
N. Triplett ....
P. Klassen ....
2
2
2
1
3
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
.......5
.. ....3
.......5
...... 4
.......4
0
2
0
2
9
0
10 11
Totals .................. 39
Score by innings:
Auditors ........ ...........301 121 !2—(10)
Delco .........................000 211 10—(
(Winning pitcher Herrmann
pitcher, Stettler.)
(Diamond No. 2)
BENDIX AB
Augsburger ____ 3
Trippiehorn .......... 4
Ream ........ .....
F. Herrmann
Fisher .............
Merrill .. ........
C. Herrmann
Moore ..............
4)
losing
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
.... 4
....3
CRIMSON COACH AB
J. Clark ....... 4
D. Diller ...................... .....4
Geiger .............. 3
Zuercher .......... 4
Fritchie ...... —............ 4
Russ Gratz ....... 3
Klay _______ 2
J. Stonehill
Seyers
1
0
0
0
Totals 25 4 6
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
.. ..... 3
—...3
Totals .30 10
10
Score by innings:
Beudix ............... ... 003 001 0—( 4)
Crimson Coach ___ 430 300 x—(10)
(Winning pitcher, Geiger losing
pitcher, Fisher.)
NEW TOWN LEAGUE
Club Standings
W
Team
Firestone
Harvester
El Verso
Goodyear
Ave.
.303
.290
,251
Major Leaders
Delco,
Yankees—(26)
Indians—(25)
6
9
1
6
4
4
Swank
Trippiehorn ...27
Klassen ....... 3
Ewing _____19
Schmidt _____ 11
Stettler ...........13
Lugibihl .......36
John Herrmann ...27
D. Augsburger .. 27
P. Detwiler ..........17
Russ Gratz 26
Jim Herrmann ...26
G. Seyers .... ..... .19
A. Burcky _____ 12
N. Triplett ...........12
Johnson .......... 4
R. Jump .............. 4
D. Diller ..............25
C. Dudgeon .....
__ 17
5
1
1
6
5
4
21
Stonehill .. ....26 .207
Geiger ..... .....28 8 .206
Schroeder .... ....10 2 .200
Cooney .... 5 1 .200
Ream —... ....16 3 .188
Moore 27 5 .185
Eichenberry ... 28 5 .171
Stettler 30 5 .166
Fears ....... ....13 2 .154
B.
D.
Robert Gratz .......15
D.
P.
R.
E.
Tosh ......... ....... 7 1 .143
Pct.
1.000
1.000
.000
.000
0
0
1
1
....1
.....o
Club Batting Averages
Team AB Ave.
Harvester ...... 28 11 .392
El Verso ........ ...........33 12 .363
Firestone ...... ....... ...35 12 .343
Goodyear .. _____ 29 5 .172
Major Leaders
Batting—F. Swank. .485.
Hits—F. Swank, 17.
Doubles—D. Diller, 4.
Triples—Burcky, 3.
Home Runs—F. Herrmann,
Pitching—J. Herrmann, 4-0 Trip
plehorn, 1-0.
(Results in Next Week’s Issue)
4.
Junior Loop
W
..2
.... 0
Team
Yankees
Indians
Ave.
.571
J71
.555
.526
.500
.500
.500
.474
.444
.437
.421
.419
.407
.400
.387
.385
.375
.375
.363
.353
.333
.333
.316
.315
.307
.305
.295
.295
.294
.269
.269
.268
.250
.250
.250
.250
.240
.238
.235
Pct.
0
1.000
.000
Last Week’s Results
Yankees—(28) (Wilch and Bronson)
Indians—(17)
(Howe and Conaway)
(Wilch & Niswander)
(Frick and
k
Senior Loop
Patterson)
Pct.
.500
.500
W
Team
Cards
Dodgers ........... 2 2
_____ 2
Last Week’s Results
Cards—(41) (C. Schmidt & Bronson)
Dodgers—(22) (Bracy & J. Schmidt)
Dodgers—(28) (C. Stonehill &
Bronson)
Cards—(21) (Bracy and J. Schmidt)
Dodgers—(23) (H. Klay & Wilch)
Cards—(17) (Reagan & J. Schmidt)
Cards—(62) (H. Basinger and
Schmidt)
Dodgers—(18) (H. Klay and Wilch)
Minor Leaders
Batting—H. Basinger, .620 C.
Stonehill, .571.
Hits—H. Basinger, 80 H. Klay,
64.
Doubles—K. Stonehill, 13 Bracy,
12.
Triples—H. Basinger, 11 C. Stone
hill, 7.
Home Runs—H. Basinger, 23
Newlan, 9.
C. Stonehill, 4-0 H. Klay, 5-4.
R.
Richland Center
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
and daughter were Sunday dinner
guests at the Amos and Robert Ger
ber home.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Finke of St.
Marys and Ed Foust of Chicago
spent Thursday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Badertscher.
Ice cream social wil Ibe held at the
Richland Grange hall, Tuesday even
ing, Aug. 4, beginning at 6:30 o’clock.’
Ice cream and chicken sandwiches
will be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz spent
last Monday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. John Boegli of Ottawa.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Stettler
Bluffton spent Sunday afternoon
the Amos Luginbuhl home.
at
Misses Irene Brinkman and Theda
Anderson of Lima were week end
guests of Miss Rachel Schaublin.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cuppies
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Miller and family.
Mr. David Boegli of Centralia,
Wash., and Mrs. L. G. Reuscher and
Paul of Cincinnati are spending a
few days with their sister, Mrs.
Ernest Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Coon of
Columbus spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.
Luginbuhl.
Mr. and Mrs. Ambert Basinger
and son and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Bame and daughter and Franklin
Bowers spent Friday evening at the
Amos and Robert Gerber home.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Matter
and family were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Leiber
and family, in honor of Dorothy
Jean Leiber’s birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Basinger and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Basinger and
family were Sunday evening supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Weaver and son of Hoytville.
Miss Glenna Swick is spending
this week with her mother, Mrs.
Arthur Yerks of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hochstettler
and family were Sunday dinner
guests at the Levi Mellinger home.
Mrs. Edwin Gehrres and son James
and daughter Mary
Washington, D. C.,
Jess Yoakum and
Thursday evening
the Otto Amstutz
Margaret of
and Mr. and Mrs.
son Jerry were
supper guests at
home.
Centralia, Wash.,
David Boegli of
Mrs. L. G. Reuscher and son Paul
of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Gratz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty
and daughter Rosann and Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Schaublin and family
spent Monday' evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Schaublin and daughter
Rachel.
Beaverdam
Herbert Lewis spent several weeks
with relatives in Tulsa, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt of
Perrysburg announce the arrival of
a son on July 17. Mrs. Schmidt was
formerly Joan Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Youngberg and
daughter Beverly, Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Kemph and family of Lima
were Thursday evening visitors of
John Patterson.
Mrs. Jimetta Edgecomb of
cinnati is spending the week
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stoodt.
lay and Frank Bassett
visited the past week
Cynthia Elliott.
Cin
with
Find-
Mrs. Catherine Bassett of
of Florida
with Mrs.
past week
Jackie Pugh spent the
with Kenneth Arnold at Cairo.
Rev. and Mrs. Bernard Baughn
were called to Athens the past week
on account of the death of the lat
ter’s grandmother.
Miss Sherry Jan Zimmerman of
Bluffton is visiting her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shaffer and
daughter Joline of W'est Unity are
visiting at the home of Mr. and
John Augsburger.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beemer
nounce the arrival of a son on
24.
an-
July
The members of the Vesperian S.
S. were entertained on Wednesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Huber. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lutterbein, Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Brack ney, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Leatherman, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Berno, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. I. M. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs.
Roscoe Trout, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz,
Mrs. Lillie Anderson, Mrs. Edith
Wolfe, Mrs. Everett Rowland, Mrs.
Ernest Hall.
Miss Evelyn Amstutz is on a va
cation at Gaylord, Mich.
The members of the young mar
ried people’s class of the Church of
Christ enjoyed a picnic last Sunday
at Avondale Park.
Misses Lucille and Ruth Marquart
attended a miscellaneous shower and
buffet supper on Thursday evening
at the home of Mrs. Francis Cheney
in Elida. Mrs. Jame® Littleton was
the honored guest.
Betty Jane Jacobs a graduate of
Bowling Green University has been
named to teach the fifth and sixth
grades in the local school.
Mrs. Emma Baker of Chicago is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arnold
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bassett of South
Bend spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Mayberry.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Augsburger,
Mrs. Kathryn Huber and daughter
Helen of Ada were Sunday afternoon
callers of Mrs. Lillie Anderson.
Miss Phyllis Younkman of Clyde
is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Younkman.
Mrs. Arthur McCune of Bluffton
was a Saturday evening visitor of
Miss Adda Yoakam.
C. A. Stoodt is visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Bittner at Sylvania.
Mrs. James Ramsey and daughter
Linda spent the week end with Mrs.
Pete
Ramsay at St. Marys.
Rawson
Mrs. Edward Hardwick and dau
ghter Jean and Lois Hauenstein of
Bluffton and Mrs. Sophie Hardwick
were Sunday dinner guests of Miss
Ruth Yuckenberg.
Mrs. Ralph Jones and son Lester
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert W’atkins of Bluffton.
Mrs. James Binkley and son of
Ada spent Sunday with Mrs. Clar
ence Schroll and family.
Pvt. Kenneth Steiner, who is with
the Military Police division at Camp
Leonard Wood, Mo., returned to
camp after spending a ten day fur
lough with his wife Mrs. Lenore
Steiner and his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Steiner of Pandora.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brooks and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Russell spent
Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Latham and family.
Jill Ann Pope of Lima spent a
week with her grandparents,
and Mrs. Henry Little.
Mrs. Verna Longworth and daugh
ter Dorothy and Miss Esther Blymer
spent Sunday afternoon with Donald
Longworth
of Bowling Green.
Mrs. Webster Geeb, are
a baby girl born at the
hospital at
Mr. and
parents of
Community
July the 20th.
Bluffton,
daughter
Miss Jo
Mrs. Bess Goodman,
Coleen and son Joe and
Ann Battles of Bluffton, Mrs. Her
bert Crates and daughter Sandra
Lou of Arlington were recent guests
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glee
Cantner.
Mrs. Amanda Cantner of Toledo
spent a week visiting friends and
relatives in Rawson and Jenera.
Mr. and Mrs.
and sons Clayton
Sunday afternoon
Wm. Tooley and
Wm. Ellenberger
and Wm. Jr. spent
with Mr. and Mrs.
son Billy.
Clean Housekeepers
Beavers are clean housekeepers
but muskrats have dirty homes.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO
A picked team from the ranks of
Harmon Field junior league softball
teams defeated Horace Mann Mid
gets of Lima, last Wednesday night
at Harmon Field, in a double header.
A ten-hit barrage scored ten runs
for the local youths in the eighth
inning of the first game, enabling
them to win their first intra-city
game of the season, 20-14. Robert
Wilch got two hits in this inning,
both singles. Hubert Basinger
lected his second home run of
game also in the uprising
eighth.
COFFEE
COFFEE
FLOUR
FLOUR
KLEK
Mr.
Bluffton Junior All-Stars Win
Two Tilts Against Lima Team
Basinger pitched hitless,
IONA WHITE
IONA
shutout ball the
twirled.
col
the
the
Charles
The Lima team drove
Stonehill off the mound in the sixth
inning, but Harry Klay fared little
better as a relief hurler until he
got settled in the
Lima club got but three hits off
Klay the last three innings of the
first tilt. Basinger and Charles
Stonehill led the offense of the All
stars each with four for six.
The nightcap was
affair that was not settled until the
last of the fifth, when Basinger
tripled and then scored on Larry
Miller’s game-winning single to
center. Lima scored two in the
first and four in the third to drive
Klay from the mound and spoil his
chances, of winning a double-header.
Hubert
L.
The 4
R.
M.
J.
Totals
Mrs. inning 15
LIMA MIDGETS .........49
3 26c
CORN.....
TOMATOES 3 'V.J 28c
IONA
PEACHES 2 35c
A&
CHERRIES
COCKTAIL
EIGHT O’CLOCK
COFFEE
25c
APPLE SAUCE 3 V.„s
31c
AAV RED SOUR 1’ITTED
No. 2
cans
SULTANA FRLIT
27c
S'o. 2
cans
UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE
2 ‘X 43c
21c
Whitehouse Evaporated
MILK
31c
OUR OWN
TEA........
BOKAR
11..
RED CIRCLE
BEST FLOUR
SUNN5 FIELD
26c
».
GOLD MEDAL
PILLSBURY J’^SI.OS
SUNNYFIELD PASTRY
FLOUR............ 69c
FLOUR
SUPER SUDS 2 43c
PALMOLIVE
SOAP
with
Ben-
Pvt. Milford Beltz, who is
the Parachute division at Ft.
ning, Ga., spent a short furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sandy Beltz.
WHITE SAIL
MARVEL ENRICHED
BREAD
3','/2Lb-
AJtP RAKERS
COOKIES
LARGE CUBAN QUEENS
24c
I”, 91c
CORN FLAKES 2
CORN FLAKES 3 20c
100% Pure Veg. Short.
i 61c
SI KE GOOD MARGARINE
OLEO 2 31c
SOAP BEADS
H.
innings he
two
two
and
Bluffton scored
one in the second,
third to tie the game at 6-all, but it
took Miller’s sharp hit to end the
game in the fifth, with Bluffton in
the lead, 7-6. Hubert Basinger col
lected a single, double and triple out
of three trips to lead all batters.
ALL STARS
K.
R.
AB
_.. 6
Stonehill .....
Wilch _____
Swank ____
Basinger __
Stonehill __
Bracy _____
Klay .. .......
Miller __
Schmidt „... ...
L. Wilch ......
Reagan ___
Howe ___ __
of
0
4
4
0
,_6
...6
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4
2
0
3
1
5
1 1
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—.54
20
14
AB
ALL STARS
K.
R.
Stonehill __
L. Wilch ..
Smith __
Stonehill ....
Basinger .....
Miller ............
Wilch _____
C.
H.
L.
R.
1
0
1
0
LARGE JUICY
W 17c
RED RIPE SLICERS
0
FOR HUGE FRESH STOCKS OF
FINER FOODS —VISIT A&P
GET ALL YOUR FOODS UNDER ONE ROOF
Before the war, it was a matter of thrift and good sense to pat A&P first
on yoar shopping list. Today, it is important to the conservation of tire*
and gasoline. For, in addition to taking more time and more energy—
store-to-store shopping often means "These
extra riog-aod-go driving.
rv
Really Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
VITAMIN PACKED
FANCY GEORGIA ELBERTA
WATERMELONS 80c
FRESH FULL PODS
24.^ 31.05
PEAS S',"........ 2 ,b,. 27c
WISCONSIN FRESH
CHEESE
2"C 71c
FRESH ROLL W1LDMERE
BUTTER
17c
BRICK OR AMERICAN
CHEESE
DOMESTIC
SILYERBROOK
BUTTER
2 43c
SUGAR CURED
cakes
I 9C
SOAP GRAINS 2 33c
O-
Loaves
DOL'SHNUTS
LAYER CAKE ™„3!c
JANE PARKER Krunch Top Silver
LOAF CAKE
Mon. to
Saturday
SLAB BACON
LEAN. RIND OFF
SLICED
& 29c
12c
19c
Klay __________ ___ 1 0 0
.J. Schmidt
___ ... 1 0 1
M. Reagan __ ____ ___ 1 0 0
J. Howe __________ ___ 1 0 0
C. Swank ............... 2 1 1
K. Bracy ...... ........ 2 0 1
BUSHEL 53.09
4 ibs- 27c
BUY PEACHES FOR CANNING NOW!
CALIFORNIA, 220-252 SIZE
ORANGES
Totals ______ -.25 7 9
LIMA
in the first,
three in the
MIDGETS ____26
6
Pleasant Hill
15th annual reunion of
The
U. S. NO. 1 GRADE COBBLER
POTATOES 15 ,,.. 43c
JUICY CALIFORNIA VALENCIA
MEL-O-BIT
FRESH MEDIUM SIZE, GRADE
EGGS
CRESTVIEW
SWISS CHEESE
SUNNYFIELD 92-»3 HIGH SCORE
BUTTER............ lb.
ORAHGES „... 53c
From the Finest Dairylands
Superb Quality—Superb Savings
SMOKED PICNICS
SLICED BACON
SUGAR CURED
BACON JOWLS
CANADIAN BACON
ASSORTED COLD CUTS
SLICED
doz.
TASTY LOAF
FRANKS
each
Owned and Operated by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
the
will
the
Paulding Center (Rayl) School
be held Sunday, August 2, at
Community House. Come and enjoy
the day with old friends.
Mrs. A. J. Perry of Gendale, Calif.,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miller of Lima,
and Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Sutter of Woos
ter were week end visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Stratton and family.
Rev. and Mrs. Baughn are making
pastoral calls on their parishoners of
Pleasant Hill this week
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zimmer and
Mrs. Orlo Wirt and Mrs. Austin and
daughter of Ada were Sunday even
ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Norval
Scoles and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Althaus
er.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bell and
ily were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Stratton, Sunday.
0
0
0
3
.......1
___3
___3
......3
___2
fam
O. L.
and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lugibill
family called on Mrs. Eli Welty of
Lima, Tuesday evening.
Friday evening callers of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Lugibill and family were
Dr. and Mr. J. J. Sutter of Wooster
and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratton
JUICY VALENCIAS DOZ.
LEMONS
HEAD LETTUCE^ 2 -27c
TOMATOES
300
DOME GROWN
your
everyday low price*. So, shore
year A9P Food Store today!
and daughter Marilyn.
Several families of the Farm Wom
en’s Improvement club spent Sunday
evening at the Schoonover Park in
Lima.
Clyde and Ralph High of Ada spent
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Braun and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lugibil! and
daughter of Bluffton spent Monday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lug
ibill and family.
Mrs. Cora Huber and Sondra Sue
spent the week end with Mr. and Paul
Winebardner and family of Harrod.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brauen and
family spent Sunday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Faze and family.
John Huber of Lima called Saturday
on Miss Nellie Huber and Mrs. Lillie
Fett.
Mrs. O. L. Stratton spent Monday
evening with Miss Nellie Huber and
Mrs. Lillie Fett.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Younkman
and family of Perry township spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes and
Jo Ann Seigg spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wingate
of Bluffton.
Since the outbreak of the present
war, Ohio farm land has increased
in value 15 per cent. Land buyers
should consider the long-time income
possibilities of the property,
farms must be paid for over a long
period.
TOO!
AM SAVE
BRING US
WASTE FATS FOR
EXPLOSIVES
AfrP Store* Are Cooporotiaf WHh tfeo
Wa»To F*t Soring Progr««
TISSUE PAPER
WALDORF
37c
size DOZ.
3
CAMPBELL’S
soups
PACKER’S LABEL
MUSTARD
lb 30c
BEET
SUGAR
42c
2—53c
DOZ. CTN.
COI.DSTKKA
40c
39c
44c FRESH EGGS 47c
NATURAL AMERICAN
45c CHEESE
ib.
34c
GELATIN DESSERTS
ASSORTED
28c
LB.
DRESSING
25c
LB.
31c
16c
LB.
49c
18c
LB.
19c
23c
121 South Main Street
STORE
Prices Subject to Market Changes
''f
S
Most
roll*
AAP KITCHEN
MATCHES
36c
12c
6b„,„ 28c
PACKER'S LABEL
PEAS
NEW PACK
3 SJ 34c
HEINZ
2 25c
19c
14-0*.
bot.
KETCHUP
BUTTER...
37c
35c
cans
vr/
33c
CARNATION 4
PACKER’S LABEL
21c
I4-O*.
bots.
CATSUP
10c
qt.
I2c
2
lb.
PRESERVES
29c
Jar
19c
PHX SALMON clbn
15c
BEVERAGES 2,..X
WHITE SAIL
SOAP FLAKES
2 is 27c
CRACKERS
2 17c
SPAGHETTI 3
He
24c
SRARKLE 5„te.
10c
FLAVOR-AID 3^,
57c
MASON JARS d..
31c
qt.
Jar
0
•15c
FRESH CAUGHT. ALL DRESSED
I
FROM COAST, FRESH
MACKEREL
PAN TROUT tSe
FRESH CAUGHT. LAKE ERIE
WHITE FISH.......
RED FISH
,b.
23c
u. 17c
WHITING.........
FILLETS KZ".... lb. 25c
WAR
SAVINGS
STAMPS
AVAILABLE AT ALL
A&P SUPER MARKETS
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