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N EIGH BORHOOD. NE LaGrange rs. Hazel Wolfmeyer IIII I Help celebrate lath birthdays at Lewistown I Mr. and Mrs. Don Buyer and Troy and Sam Green were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harsell, Tommy, Terry, 'lammy and Robby of Lewistown. They helped Terry and Tammy celebrate their 10th birthdays. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Herrington and Mr. and Mrs. MarkBichsei of Quincy were Monday supper guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow. Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mrs. Ben Ruddy, Jared, Jessica and Janilee of Kahoka visited Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Chase Bunger spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Kolthoff. Craig Bunger was a visitor after school. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack of Quincy called on Mrs. Beulah Hacka- mack Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bell and Kendall were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Northrup and family in Quincy. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Leeser visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis Etlison, Jim and Mary on Sunday. They helped Mrs. Ellison celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent, Jr., and Emily Rose of Jefferson City spent Monday and overnight with Mr. and Mrs, Donald Dent, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kennedy, Jesse and (]rant visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs• Keith Walker of Kinderhook. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Musholt were also visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Pate of Moorman's Research Farm recently returned from a two week vacation in Phoenix and Seottsdale, Ariz. They drove to Kansas Cit) and flew to Arizona and enjoyed visiting, sight- see, ing and the Parada del Sol Rodeo. Mrs. Clifford Gares, Mrs. Bud Kattehnan, Mrs. Ben Ruddy. and children and Mrs. Rodney Gares and son visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. For all your insurance needs, give me a call. Barb Woifmeyer, 288-5971. Check our low rates, Cason, ttuff & Sehlueter. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Novinger, Dung and Andy of Columbia were Saturday dinner and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tracy. They were Saturday supper and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Novinger. J. R. Wilbur of Jacksonville called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salter Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan spent from Wednesday to Friday in St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs, Greg Childers and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Shannon. The local Chamber of Commerce has made plans for a dinner meeting on Monday, Feb. 25. Mr, and Mrs. Loren Wickert and Angle of Memphis visited Mrs. Viola Tiemann and Mrs. Nina Carter Sunday afternoon. Kevin Jarvis of NMSU spent the weekend in the Jack Jarvis and Lawrence Wolfmeyer home. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Mr, ahd Mrs. Paul Northrup of Quincy, Ms. Pat Hardin and Tricia of Canton, Jack Waganer and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoyes. Nikki, Erika and Joshua. The birthday of Karl Schork was celebrated Sunday by eating lunch out then visiting, Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Harold Schark and Mr. and Mrs, Dan Salisbury of Quincy, Mrs. Dorothy Spindler of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs, Bob Murphy, Mrs, Karl Schork and the honored guest. Mrs, Donald Dent and Mrs, Ruth Miner attended a baby shower Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gene- Priebe in Wyacond& honoring their granddaughter, Emily Rose Dent of Jefferson City, Mrs. Ethel Meyer, Becky and Brian of Quincy visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Meyer, Kevin, Lonnie, Stacy and Bethany, Curtis Carter and Randy Carter and Sarah spent Sunday afternoon with Mr, and Mrs. George Green and Sammy, Mr, and Mrs. Mike Litteken of Palmyra visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lahr, Sunday afternoon. All were super guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lahr, Brandon and Drew. Those attending the Teen Encounter for Christ '(TEC) Saturday through Monday at Quincy College were Rev. Jack Evans, Tim and Ruth, Mrs. Phil Garkie and Leanne, Darla Lay, Sarah Cunningham, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert-Earlywine of Lewistown, Press-News Journal, Can?on, Mo., Thursday, February 21, Ill Northeast Misso00rl Farmer's Co-op meeting reviews 1 Library Service The annual meeting of the Farmers LaGrange Branch Cooperative Services, Inc. of Palmyra, New London and Ewing was held on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the Palmyra m’ Thelma Brinkley Fairgrounds. ,nln i u I Board of Directors President J. P. Wallace of Ewing presided over the "The secret of good eating starts with good ingredients. No matter how meeting of the area co-up. After an great a cook you may be, a dish will invocation and welcoming, Vice-Presi- not come out the way it should unless dent Ray Moore read the notice of the it's made with the best-quality annual meeting, followed by Secretary William Goldinger's reading of the ingredients," So says the author of The Neu York Times Gourmet Shopper. minutes of the last meeting. Pins were Maria Hodgson provides essential also given out to employees for years information and tips on buying quality of service. foods on an)' budget: fish. poultry. Those from the Ewing store to meat, dairy products, grains, pasta, receive pins were branch manager Ted vegetables, fruits, chocolates, nuts. Palmer, with 15 years, and Victor and everything in the basic store cu pboa rd. Including more than 275 recipes, for everything from a simple Cold Watercress Soup to a spectacular ,,ly uAAa-mwoo J Crown Roast of Lamb, The N'exv York Times Gourmet Shopper is the most valuable book an.'," food lover or cook " can use. Beulah Jones The Fannie Farmer Baking Book. big, comprehensive, all new. and delicious, is inspired by America's rediscovery of the pleasures of good Laurie Hamlin home baking, of the incomparable tastes and aromas, the satisfaction of turning, out, from scratch, the fine to be honored pies, tarts, cookies, cakes, breads. buns and muffins that are so much a at shower part of our heritage. Here from Marion Cunningham is a superb collection of A bridal shower will be given for more than 800 recipes, recipes drawn Laurie Hamlin at 2 p.m. Saturday, from America's rich past, as well as a Feb. 23, in South Union Baptist wide variety of new delights. Church. Miss Hamlin and Tom Stark Versatile soups and stews can be will be married Saturday, March 2. whatever we want them to be. The.',' John Bartz III. son of Mr. and Mrs. can be simple or dramatic, served John Bartz Jr., celebrated his 5th anytime of the day or during any birthday with a party on Friday course of the meal. This Soups and afternoon, Feb. 8. Those enjoying the Steers Cookbook is designed to provide occasion were Tasha Johnson, Jimmy you with hundreds of choices of Mathes. Bessie and J. R. Routt. Lucas appetizer, main dish, or dessert soups Dietrich, Amy Johnson and his for party or family fare. brother. Bryan. Jimmy Mathes and What makes a party a success? Am.,," Johnson won the prizes. Cup- Good planning and preparation, cakes and Kool-Aid were enjoyed by thoughtfulness, organization, coordina- all, lion, and relaxation. The Jo,, of Mrs. Jerry Tallman, Darla Tallman Entertaining with its wealth of and Mrs. David Griesbaum and Paula information on all aspects of Party-giv- were m Kirksville Saturday visiting • ing, will be an invuable help every Craig Tallman at NMSU. step of the way. Everything you will Mr, and Mrs, Jack Fountain, Chris need to plan and carry out a successful and Katrina visited Mrs. Junior party is here -- including a Part', Fountain Friday evening. - -. - . Sue Stewart was home for the Menu Cookbook with suggesnons mr  , .... special events of every size a:weekena with Mrs. Dorothy Stewart,' description, She xs a student at Warrensburg Raleigh with 5 years. Bill Weltha, general manager of the area Farmers Co-op Services. discus- sed with the co-up patrons the 1984 annual 'report. Weltha expressed some concern with numerous bad debts. For the most part, though, the board of directors seems pleased with the report, considering the current farm economy• In other business, nominations for two board of directors terms were discussed and the nominees voted on. Re-elected to the board were J, P. Wallace and W. Wayne Myers. Lewis County C-1 Chapter FFA leader Dick Shively and two FFA members were present at the meetin Julie Hamlin, a senior High School, presented entitled "Farming Will Be Before the meeting Wallace asked the co-op any comments they share. Farmer Danny Ewing trade area over the unavailability anhydrous equipment at store. After the meeting was pancake and sausage mini sales-expo were public. The sales-expo booths from different co-op stores and also related businesses from area. College. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shoop attended the 6th annual eagle watch at Lock and Dam 21 in Quincy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bringer and Rachel attended the wedding of Miss Louetta Ruth and Chuck Powell at the Zion Lutheran Church in Palmyra Saturday afternoon. Mark and Qhristine Tate. former Maywood residents, now living in Hannibal, are parents of a daughter born Wednesday morning in St. Elizabeth Hospital. The Maywood randparents are Mr. Edward Tate and great are Mr. and Mrs, LaGrange. Benton Banks and Mrs. fi)rmer residents now Manor. were selected and Queen Feb. 14 at the Mrs Leona Blohm and law. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Quincy. visited Rev. Ja LaBelle Manor Thursday. II I'I&R BLOCK Where more Americans find a bigger refund We Found .,i Mabel and + .> Howard ,::  Hajek ...... ,'(" can'! Dl'Oill ise (,vti-vonc lhis. bul in a recenl stli-v(w {)I (!tlSlOlll('rs who ()I r('h]n(is, 3 on! of 4 believc lhvy ol /)iKgcr rctunds than if !hey did Itwir own taxes. 3 omol -! What can we find for you? 430 Lewis St. Canton, Mo. Mon.-Frl, 9-5, Sat. 9-1 After hours by appointment Inside Seers Catoiog Mercham Store CON MISi Do You Want An SEND A LARGE, SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE FOR THE TWO PARTS OF 5 - LESSON BIBLE TO: CHURCH OF 111h & Canton, Mo. LaGrange Route C LaGrange, Me. 655-2232 Mon.-Frt. 8:00-8:0 Grog McVeigh & Sat. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrons, Sun. 8:00-6:00 ;ERVE THE TO LIMIT Ad Prices in Effect Feb. 21 thru Feb. 27 GOLDEN BANANAS . . 3 Lbs.99 € 99 . . . . .8 Oz. Pkg. € Red Grapefruit... • • 5 Lb. 1.99 Yellow Onions.. • • • • • 3 Lb. ,o, 69' SHORTENING 3 : Starkist Tuna...... • . ,' oz. 79' er Towels 7 Up or Like SUPER VALU Catsup. / : + 89' • • • • • Jumbo Roll • . . . .,2 o,. co., Sl.69 • • • • • • • • • • .. o,. 85' Lean & Meaty-' (Assorted PORK CHOPS $ O9 WILSON Center Cut Rib Pork Chops...... Lb. sl.69 WILSON Center Cut Loin Pork Chops...... 00Sl.79 WILSON CORN KING e00con Sl 39 " "0 • • • • • • • • • • Lb. • CHEF3 PANTRY Chicken Fried Steak Patties. .... S l 39 " " • • e USOA CHOICE Rib Steak.. 79 PEPSI, DIET, DEW, FREE KRAFT Velveeta Shells....... 12 oz. 99' PBELL'S 10V, Oz. Cream of Mushroom Soup.. ,3199' CHATEAU 100 Ct. Cpffee Filters.......... 59 € FLAVORITE 24 Oz. Chocolate Syrup 89' • Ii . . Q . • • • USDA CHOICE Boneless CHUCK ROAST $ 49 PHILADELPHIA FLAVORITE COTTAGE CHEESE Oz 8 Oz. Cream "-----I.neese........... 89 €- CITRUS HILt 64 Oz. Orange Juice.......... $1.99 FLAVORITE 1 Lb. Bowl Soft Margarine,......... 59  SUGAR 22 Oz. Joy for dishes...... . . . .Sl.29 ELF 25 Lb. Dog Food........... $3.99 "OUR OWN" Pork (Super Pak) Fresh Frozen, $ 1 Catfish Lb. USDA CHOICE Boneless Sirloin Tip Steak. SUPER LEAN Ground Chuck. WILSON Super Lean . . • • • Lb. $, • • • • • Lb. Spare Ribs Country Style. KEMP'S ICE CREAM Vanilla & New York s28 ? FLAVORITE Bread - -uough........... MR. DEE'S Hash Brown Patties...... Van de Kamp Fish Fillets.... . FRESH IDO Baked Full selection of items" cell ahead for special Thursday, Friday & (Details available in store) N EIGH BORHOOD. NE LaGrange rs. Hazel Wolfmeyer IIII I Help celebrate lath birthdays at Lewistown I Mr. and Mrs. Don Buyer and Troy and Sam Green were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harsell, Tommy, Terry, 'lammy and Robby of Lewistown. They helped Terry and Tammy celebrate their 10th birthdays. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Herrington and Mr. and Mrs. MarkBichsei of Quincy were Monday supper guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow. Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mrs. Ben Ruddy, Jared, Jessica and Janilee of Kahoka visited Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Chase Bunger spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Kolthoff. Craig Bunger was a visitor after school. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack of Quincy called on Mrs. Beulah Hacka- mack Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bell and Kendall were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Northrup and family in Quincy. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Leeser visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis Etlison, Jim and Mary on Sunday. They helped Mrs. Ellison celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent, Jr., and Emily Rose of Jefferson City spent Monday and overnight with Mr. and Mrs, Donald Dent, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kennedy, Jesse and (]rant visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs• Keith Walker of Kinderhook. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Musholt were also visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Pate of Moorman's Research Farm recently returned from a two week vacation in Phoenix and Seottsdale, Ariz. They drove to Kansas Cit) and flew to Arizona and enjoyed visiting, sight- see, ing and the Parada del Sol Rodeo. Mrs. Clifford Gares, Mrs. Bud Kattehnan, Mrs. Ben Ruddy. and children and Mrs. Rodney Gares and son visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. For all your insurance needs, give me a call. Barb Woifmeyer, 288-5971. Check our low rates, Cason, ttuff & Sehlueter. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Novinger, Dung and Andy of Columbia were Saturday dinner and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tracy. They were Saturday supper and overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Novinger. J. R. Wilbur of Jacksonville called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salter Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan spent from Wednesday to Friday in St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs, Greg Childers and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Shannon. The local Chamber of Commerce has made plans for a dinner meeting on Monday, Feb. 25. Mr, and Mrs. Loren Wickert and Angle of Memphis visited Mrs. Viola Tiemann and Mrs. Nina Carter Sunday afternoon. Kevin Jarvis of NMSU spent the weekend in the Jack Jarvis and Lawrence Wolfmeyer home. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Mr, ahd Mrs. Paul Northrup of Quincy, Ms. Pat Hardin and Tricia of Canton, Jack Waganer and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoyes. Nikki, Erika and Joshua. The birthday of Karl Schork was celebrated Sunday by eating lunch out then visiting, Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Harold Schark and Mr. and Mrs, Dan Salisbury of Quincy, Mrs. Dorothy Spindler of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs, Bob Murphy, Mrs, Karl Schork and the honored guest. Mrs, Donald Dent and Mrs, Ruth Miner attended a baby shower Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gene- Priebe in Wyacond& honoring their granddaughter, Emily Rose Dent of Jefferson City, Mrs. Ethel Meyer, Becky and Brian of Quincy visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Meyer, Kevin, Lonnie, Stacy and Bethany, Curtis Carter and Randy Carter and Sarah spent Sunday afternoon with Mr, and Mrs. George Green and Sammy, Mr, and Mrs. Mike Litteken of Palmyra visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lahr, Sunday afternoon. All were super guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lahr, Brandon and Drew. Those attending the Teen Encounter for Christ '(TEC) Saturday through Monday at Quincy College were Rev. Jack Evans, Tim and Ruth, Mrs. Phil Garkie and Leanne, Darla Lay, Sarah Cunningham, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert-Earlywine of Lewistown, Press-News Journal, Can?on, Mo., Thursday, February 21, Ill Northeast Misso00rl Farmer's Co-op meeting reviews 1 Library Service The annual meeting of the Farmers LaGrange Branch Cooperative Services, Inc. of Palmyra, New London and Ewing was held on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the Palmyra m’ Thelma Brinkley Fairgrounds. ,nln i u I Board of Directors President J. P. Wallace of Ewing presided over the "The secret of good eating starts with good ingredients. No matter how meeting of the area co-up. After an great a cook you may be, a dish will invocation and welcoming, Vice-Presi- not come out the way it should unless dent Ray Moore read the notice of the it's made with the best-quality annual meeting, followed by Secretary William Goldinger's reading of the ingredients," So says the author of The Neu York Times Gourmet Shopper. minutes of the last meeting. Pins were Maria Hodgson provides essential also given out to employees for years information and tips on buying quality of service. foods on an)' budget: fish. poultry. Those from the Ewing store to meat, dairy products, grains, pasta, receive pins were branch manager Ted vegetables, fruits, chocolates, nuts. Palmer, with 15 years, and Victor and everything in the basic store cu pboa rd. Including more than 275 recipes, for everything from a simple Cold Watercress Soup to a spectacular ,,ly uAAa-mwoo J Crown Roast of Lamb, The N'exv York Times Gourmet Shopper is the most valuable book an.'," food lover or cook " can use. Beulah Jones The Fannie Farmer Baking Book. big, comprehensive, all new. and delicious, is inspired by America's rediscovery of the pleasures of good Laurie Hamlin home baking, of the incomparable tastes and aromas, the satisfaction of turning, out, from scratch, the fine to be honored pies, tarts, cookies, cakes, breads. buns and muffins that are so much a at shower part of our heritage. Here from Marion Cunningham is a superb collection of A bridal shower will be given for more than 800 recipes, recipes drawn Laurie Hamlin at 2 p.m. Saturday, from America's rich past, as well as a Feb. 23, in South Union Baptist wide variety of new delights. Church. Miss Hamlin and Tom Stark Versatile soups and stews can be will be married Saturday, March 2. whatever we want them to be. The.',' John Bartz III. son of Mr. and Mrs. can be simple or dramatic, served John Bartz Jr., celebrated his 5th anytime of the day or during any birthday with a party on Friday course of the meal. This Soups and afternoon, Feb. 8. Those enjoying the Steers Cookbook is designed to provide occasion were Tasha Johnson, Jimmy you with hundreds of choices of Mathes. Bessie and J. R. Routt. Lucas appetizer, main dish, or dessert soups Dietrich, Amy Johnson and his for party or family fare. brother. Bryan. Jimmy Mathes and What makes a party a success? Am.,," Johnson won the prizes. Cup- Good planning and preparation, cakes and Kool-Aid were enjoyed by thoughtfulness, organization, coordina- all, lion, and relaxation. The Jo,, of Mrs. Jerry Tallman, Darla Tallman Entertaining with its wealth of and Mrs. David Griesbaum and Paula information on all aspects of Party-giv- were m Kirksville Saturday visiting • ing, will be an invuable help every Craig Tallman at NMSU. step of the way. Everything you will Mr, and Mrs, Jack Fountain, Chris need to plan and carry out a successful and Katrina visited Mrs. Junior party is here -- including a Part', Fountain Friday evening. - -. - . Sue Stewart was home for the Menu Cookbook with suggesnons mr  , .... special events of every size a:weekena with Mrs. Dorothy Stewart,' description, She xs a student at Warrensburg Raleigh with 5 years. Bill Weltha, general manager of the area Farmers Co-op Services. discus- sed with the co-up patrons the 1984 annual 'report. Weltha expressed some concern with numerous bad debts. For the most part, though, the board of directors seems pleased with the report, considering the current farm economy• In other business, nominations for two board of directors terms were discussed and the nominees voted on. Re-elected to the board were J, P. Wallace and W. Wayne Myers. Lewis County C-1 Chapter FFA leader Dick Shively and two FFA members were present at the meetin Julie Hamlin, a senior High School, presented entitled "Farming Will Be Before the meeting Wallace asked the co-op any comments they share. Farmer Danny Ewing trade area over the unavailability anhydrous equipment at store. After the meeting was pancake and sausage mini sales-expo were public. The sales-expo booths from different co-op stores and also related businesses from area. College. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shoop attended the 6th annual eagle watch at Lock and Dam 21 in Quincy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bringer and Rachel attended the wedding of Miss Louetta Ruth and Chuck Powell at the Zion Lutheran Church in Palmyra Saturday afternoon. Mark and Qhristine Tate. former Maywood residents, now living in Hannibal, are parents of a daughter born Wednesday morning in St. Elizabeth Hospital. The Maywood randparents are Mr. Edward Tate and great are Mr. and Mrs, LaGrange. Benton Banks and Mrs. fi)rmer residents now Manor. were selected and Queen Feb. 14 at the Mrs Leona Blohm and law. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Quincy. visited Rev. Ja LaBelle Manor Thursday. II I'I&R BLOCK Where more Americans find a bigger refund We Found .,i Mabel and + .> Howard ,::  Hajek ...... ,'(" can'! Dl'Oill ise (,vti-vonc lhis. bul in a recenl stli-v(w {)I (!tlSlOlll('rs who ()I r('h]n(is, 3 on! of 4 believc lhvy ol /)iKgcr rctunds than if !hey did Itwir own taxes. 3 omol -! What can we find for you? 430 Lewis St. Canton, Mo. Mon.-Frl, 9-5, Sat. 9-1 After hours by appointment Inside Seers Catoiog Mercham Store CON MISi Do You Want An SEND A LARGE, SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE FOR THE TWO PARTS OF 5 - LESSON BIBLE TO: CHURCH OF 111h & Canton, Mo. LaGrange Route C LaGrange, Me. 655-2232 Mon.-Frt. 8:00-8:0 Grog McVeigh & Sat. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrons, Sun. 8:00-6:00 ;ERVE THE TO LIMIT Ad Prices in Effect Feb. 21 thru Feb. 27 GOLDEN BANANAS . . 3 Lbs.99 € 99 . . . . .8 Oz. Pkg. € Red Grapefruit... • • 5 Lb. 1.99 Yellow Onions.. • • • • • 3 Lb. ,o, 69' SHORTENING 3 : Starkist Tuna...... • . ,' oz. 79' er Towels 7 Up or Like SUPER VALU Catsup. / : + 89' • • • • • Jumbo Roll • . . . .,2 o,. co., Sl.69 • • • • • • • • • • .. o,. 85' Lean & Meaty-' (Assorted PORK CHOPS $ O9 WILSON Center Cut Rib Pork Chops...... Lb. sl.69 WILSON Center Cut Loin Pork Chops...... 00Sl.79 WILSON CORN KING e00con Sl 39 " "0 • • • • • • • • • • Lb. • CHEF3 PANTRY Chicken Fried Steak Patties. .... S l 39 " " • • e USOA CHOICE Rib Steak.. 79 PEPSI, DIET, DEW, FREE KRAFT Velveeta Shells....... 12 oz. 99' PBELL'S 10V, Oz. Cream of Mushroom Soup.. ,3199' CHATEAU 100 Ct. Cpffee Filters.......... 59 € FLAVORITE 24 Oz. Chocolate Syrup 89' • Ii . . Q . • • • USDA CHOICE Boneless CHUCK ROAST $ 49 PHILADELPHIA FLAVORITE COTTAGE CHEESE Oz 8 Oz. Cream "-----I.neese........... 89 €- CITRUS HILt 64 Oz. Orange Juice.......... $1.99 FLAVORITE 1 Lb. Bowl Soft Margarine,......... 59  SUGAR 22 Oz. Joy for dishes...... . . . .Sl.29 ELF 25 Lb. Dog Food........... $3.99 "OUR OWN" Pork (Super Pak) Fresh Frozen, $ 1 Catfish Lb. USDA CHOICE Boneless Sirloin Tip Steak. SUPER LEAN Ground Chuck. WILSON Super Lean . . • • • Lb. $, • • • • • Lb. Spare Ribs Country Style. KEMP'S ICE CREAM Vanilla & New York s28 ? FLAVORITE Bread - -uough........... MR. DEE'S Hash Brown Patties...... Van de Kamp Fish Fillets.... . FRESH IDO Baked Full selection of items" cell ahead for special Thursday, Friday & (Details available in store)