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Newark union-gazette, the Marion enterprise. (Newark, N.Y.) 1939-1941, March 14, 1940, Image 8

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< EIGHT NEWARK. UNION-GAEETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE,. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1940 telephone 7J B E E F R O A S T C u t only from t h e real shoulder o f genuine G o v e rnm e n t inspected ' W e s tern'.S teer Beef. \ N o neck cuts. Shoulder Cut Whole, or w. Shank Half 1D* Ib . In acquainting yourself with N ewark s fine big A & P Super-Market you'll .discover thousands of fine qu ality meats, produce and groceries all priced down low to save you money—no matter when you shop, These great bargains are all neatly and cleanly displayed. All you have to do is—-select your purchases-—put them in one of A & P s con­ venient \push carts”—and pay* the cashier at the check out stand. That’s all simple, isn't ? And it is just as simple to understand how A & P can sell at such low prices every day. A & P eliminates all possi­ ble in-between expense and profit,-and shares every savings with you. join the throng that finds thrift ‘and satisfaction at A & P. OUALITY FISH THAT WILI . ADD VARIETY TO YOUR MENUS F a n c y S h r im p in. 1 9 c O y s t e r s (* 2 5 0 M a c k e r e l ib. 1 3 0 S c a l l o p s , r p „ 2 5 0 B u t t e r F ish lb. 1 3 0 S m e l t s lb. 1 ,0 0 Yellow cling halves 2 No, 2!4. I ™ ( C a n s . Del Monte Sliced No. 2 t i C a n * A p p le S a u c e Ann Page M in c e M e a t Queen Anne L im a B e a n s Iona C o d fish Gortons M o ther Am i R a j a h S y r u p N e c t a r T e a P U R E G O L D u nhgrs. 25 0 F r ’c h D r e s s i n g \T S . 100 Ann Page :iMO0 : A p p l e B u t t e r Tar 130 c u n 5 0 H o r m e l S p a m cm, 290 £ 2 1 0 C r a b M e a t > 0 ' J n 220 Geisha £ 250 K a r o S y r u p \ L ‘'V,T 130 250 Io n a C o c o a 2 e« 150 ♦ ♦ ♦ S a u e r k r a u t N. Y. S tate fancy Sweet juicy C a lifornia Seedless fruit. Size 150. An exceptional - v alue a t th is low price. .... Home Made Style B a n a n a s 5 2 5 ° R h u b a r b 2 ..... 2 5 0 G r a p e f r u i t 5 , , 2 5 ° F r e s h S p i n a c h ib. 5 0 J u i c y L e m o n s T 6 1 0 ° N e w C a b b a g e ib. 4 0 N e w C a r r o t s 2 9 0 d f a b c h s . A p p I e S itfTlntOHh 6 1 .,*. 2 5 0 I c e b e r g L e t t u c e 2 hds. 1 5 c F r e s h B r o c c o l i b«*h. 1 5 0 P o t a t o e s 1 5 b 2 7 6 F l o r i d a O r a n g e s Ju icy S w e e t — Size 216 ■lor. 2 3 0 C a m p b e l l ’ s B e a n s 4 O No. 2> j Cans 2 5 ° 2 -oi. jfLm. loaves 1 5 * J -lb. £ § Pkg. 1 5 ° cans 2 5 O ; lr III,. ^ 3 cam C la m J u i c e B r e a d \C * 2 C h o p p e d O l i v e s bti. 1 0 c M a c a r o n i 3 2 5 0 Franco Am erican P i e C r u s t Ptuho 2 pkjgM. 2 5 0 S w t . P o t a t o e s 1 0 0 L i f e b u o y S o a p 3 1 7 0 S i l v e r O u s t pk*. 2 3 0 G o ld D u s t „ k b. 1 8 0 O c t a g o n P o w d e r PkK. 5 0 O c t a g o n < iehnncr 2 i pons ^^0 T o i l e t S o a p 3 1 4 0 O ctagon Daily Egg (25-tb. bag 51c) I * ■;) t Daily Egg (25-lb. bag 65c) I J: | . “ f I ’ I Dally Grow th (25-lb. bag 69c) Daily Grow th f25-lb. bag 63c) loo-ib. ^ - 9 5 bag xoo-|b. bag 2 * 3 5 100 -lb. bag 2 - 5 0 100 -lb. bag 0 . 3 0 T - WE ALSO FEATURE SPECIAL PRICES ON FEEDS IN TON AND CARLOAD ORDERS, ASK FO R QUOTATIONS: i h Icontinucd from Fit 1 Mr. and M rs. Ear ■ lief and s °h> Biily luiuou St. were Sun Iguesto of Mr. a n d ■’.am Nicewohger a ■a! sudus Point; Bet :v Snyder Hit) ■Miller St. an d -Mrs, |y„,her of W illiam s . .aitted a t -a, lin e n * ITliuraday e v e n ing o the hom e o f Mi | a D. Snyder i n ho) iHcrbcrt -Vanlnwagi jt. whoSe m a rriage Irecently. T h o se p r I Mrs. H ilary V, G r; la k h e r Farnsw o r iMc'.ba R o b inson, a: |G Howard. 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