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N EIGH BOR'HOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, LaGrange mrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer I Mary Ellison is honored on 1Oth birthday Mary Ellison was honored Sunday on her 10th birthday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ellison and Jim with a dinner. Those present were Mrs. Margaret Stewart of Wayland, John Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. John Ellison of Canton, Miss Patsy Leeser of Mont- gomery City, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leeser. Afternoon callers in the home were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murphy of Jacksonville. Mrs. Jerry Callow spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Sweet of LaBelIe. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann called on Mr. and- Mrs. Bill .Zahn of Canton Thursday morning. Mrs. Bud Kattelman and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares and grandchildren, Jared and Jessica Roddy of Kahoka were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. M and Mrs. Sam Henderson, Mike and Kelly hosted a cookout Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Gary Henderson and boy of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow'. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brandt and Melanie of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brands of Springfield spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold BrandS. Mrs. Mae Vaughn was the honored guest at a gathering of her children and grandchildren at the senior housing center on her birthday April 17. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Genenbacher, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zimmerman, Mrs. Steve House, Chris, Jessica and Meredith, Mrs. Alvina Genenbacher, all of Quincy: Claire Pool and Adam of Moberly, Mr: and Mrs. Dick Vaughn and Jon of Lewistown, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaughn. A decorated cake and ice cream were served. Douglas Vaughn of Lewistown was an afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smith of Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hackamack, Adam and Audrey of Quincy were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Beulah Hackamack. Mrs. Cheryl Hickerson, Kelly and Erick of Quincy were supper guests. Miss Penny Bash called on Miss Blanche Bally Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Farr and Mrs. Forest Brown. visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Job. Walter Spilker of Bethel called on Roy McDowell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bailey spent the weekend in Columbia with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stephens and Jennifer. All were Friday supper guests of Miss Francille Bailey, where the birthday of Mrs. Stephens was observed Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nobis, Jalinn and Jada of Paxton, Ill., spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace House. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie House, Lisa and Tina of LaBelle and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis House of Decatur were also visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares and grandson, Kyle, of Kahoka were Friday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gares, Kyle and Julie Kylene came by the Murphy home so they could show their new daughter to her great grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schafer attended the open house held Sunday at the Dennis Boudreau home in Quincy honoring the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George Boudreau of Quincy. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lowe, Melissa and Michelle, Mrs. Dorothy English and Mrs. Ruby Janney of Canton were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brandt and Melanie of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs. Larry Brandt of Spring- field. Mrs. Evelyn Ketterman of Canton spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Huth Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spilker of Bethel visited with Miss Mildred Spilker Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keen of Granville, Ill. spent Tuesday and Wednesday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. They were called here due to the death of their niece, Mrs. Shelby Miller of Ca neon. Mrs. Mary Prigge of Ewlng attended church Sunday with Mrs. rera Gnus, then the ladies were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman of Canton. Mrs. Patricia Miller and children of Canton were also guests. Northeast Missouri Library Service LaGrange Branch ITIr Thelma Brinkley Skyscraper by Robert Byrne. Only a few blocks from Times Square stands the Zalian Building, a monument to the vanity of the man who had it built, the pressures to cut corners that weigh on architects and engineers, and the cumulative power of inevitable human and mechanical, errors. In a startling opening scene that sets the pace, a gust of wind removes a 200-pound pane of glass from the sixtieth floor of the Zalian Building and sends it spinning toward the sidewalk like the blade oLa guillotine. Brian Mitchell, an engineer called in to find out why the window failed, soon finds that the building's flaws are worse than he could have imagined -- and that the conspiracy to keep him from the truth about the building is, if anything, more dangerous than the building itself. Mitchell's quest for the truth becomes a race against time -- and an utterly fascinating look at how a skyscraper is made. Fast-paced, funny, always entertaining, Skyscraper generates the kind of excitement that makes it a novel impossible to put down. As the building begins to lean toward the streets below, Skyscraper moves through one gripping scene after another, until it reaches an unfor- gettable climax. All The Way Home by Ellen Cooney is a vivid portrayal of intertwining lives that shape each other from pain and sorrow to discovery and moment- ous change. When Gussie Cabrini came home, wrecking her motorcycle and her career as a professional athlete in one Mrs. Donald Dent returned home Saturday after 17 days in Jefferson City with Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent and sons, where she was helping with the care of her new grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kahlstorf of St. Joe were Saturday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nothnagel. Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Pascoe of Troy spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper. Miss Mildred Spilker and Mrs. Wanda House were callers. /astating blow, the women of Cur,'s Crossing felt pity, but no one could have predicted that her accident would affect them so profoundly. Certainly not Evelyn, who lived her life in a half-sleep, haunted by the ghosts of her dead parents: nor Avis, bored and overweight: nor Sandy, shattered by the brutal beating inflicted on her son by her estranged husband. Their pity moves them to be offered at C-S II Maywood Beulah Jones Mrs. Dorothy spent from Thursday to her daughter. Mr.'aM Vaughn and family, Grandparents Day at Friday Weekend visitors of Kim Wilson. Philip Jason and Heather Palmyra, ard Sunday were Mr. and Mrs band together and start the town's first Vote to repair and Zelma Ausmus women's softball team. the Spurs. with Moren Griesbaum of ,,ill Gussie as their coach, communh,..y Sunday ,'is.ors of . Fountain. Chris and gai,_ .- From the beginning the town refuses to take them seriously, and the odds center roof and Mrs. Jim Fountaillm, are stacked high against them. But as Mrs. Junior Fountain IE F a group they persist and endure A There was a public meeting held at The local fire depart.n dramatic confrontation on the playing the community center Friday evening Sunday at 10:15 p.m. __l, field brings new life and promise to concerning the demolition of the center house fire near LewiS:lhl Gussie, to her team and to the entire or repairing of the roof. It was voted to Mr. and Mrs. Kentl,,,lllk Chris and Mark of .qlql town. fix the roof Donations would be Saturday afternoonWi/il.Ik apprecia ted. lt b tt; r,- Ed Kroencke and atten'lL ,,-'--m ...are.ln. and The annual Mayw Cemetery Day g, en by the volunt pj will be observed Sunday. May'5, at management to South Union Baptist Church following mi;s. Clara Vrance,Tl the worship service. A carry-in dinner will be held at noon. The business "Marketing" and "Organization and Management" are two courses offered by Culver-Stockton's Evening and Weekend College during the summer sessions. Marketing is the basic course required of all business majors. The course will be an independent study and may be started on May 13, June 3 or July 8 with all work completed by Aug. 5. Under the direction of Dr. Harry Mitchell, students will work with the Stanton test, "Fundamentals of Marketing," and with a Self-Track- ing Education Program (STEP). The STEP specifies a series of reading assignments, activities and three tests. The marketing course is offered for three credit hours. Organization and Management, also a required course for all business majors, will involve regular weekly meetings with the instructor, but will be basically an independent study. Work will begin on May 13 or June 3 and is due by Aug. 5. Course content will include manage- ment theory, research, and insights into individual, group and "company- wide" managerial processes. James McDonald of Hannibal will be instructor for the three-hour course. For more information about these courses and other offerings of C-SC's Evening and Weekend College, contact the Extended Programs Office or call (314) 288-5221, ext. 30, or from Quincy ....... he number is 223-7474. meeting and program will begin at 1 p.m. Katrina Fountain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain. fell last week and broke her ankle. Wilma Barr visited her mother. Mrs. Leland Schofield of Durham Sunday afternoon and they visited Mrs. Roy Harris and family in Palmyra. who i's Mrs. Barr's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke attended Grandparents Day at Ewing school Friday as substitute grandparents for Chris Fountain. They gave a short talk about beekeeping as fruit trees are blooming now. her aunt. Mrs. Mae m ." -- NOTICE -- . Gty of LaGrange ORDINANCE No. 170 - Section 3. It shall be unlawful for the owner or keeper of to permit the same to run at k age within the any time between the first day of April and of October of each year. By order of: Mayor and C'/ C of LaGrange Thurs., Fri., (Details available in Rou' LaGrange, Mo. CHOICE BONELESS CORN KING WHOLE BONELI 6 5 5-2 2 3 2 CHUCK ROAST HAMS ...,r,oo,0 o,.,.cv.,,. S :z9 $129 Sot. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans, FRESH GRADE A WHOLE > -:::-  ,u. ,:oo,,00 ,o Lb. CHICKENS :-- Ad Price,,,s Effect Apri00l0000th._00m _1 "I=l]i gl I uso,, c.o,c, L u.s. No. ; Top Round Steak....  Sl.99 FRESH SUPER Or.AR Nuwee (Tho Sunday Morning sausage) W' ' ll S  .! ,RED POTATOES Unk Break ast Sausage. ,, S2.09 .us. o,. A i CHUCK "1111!1" $128 --c.o." ' ircnlg;c;: ." GROUND o... i;;;2 -- II  ;o Lb. BaS II u c,a $. n^ u,. t: Beef or Pork Patties... FLORIDA "qg r " T-Bo,e Steak... ... , z "BEST OF ALL" Sweet Corn........5/$1.00 ,o,  . ,on,.. ksC;glogna... $1.49 Chicken Nuggets..... omco- - Pork Tenderloins...... uS3.09 ,von .o..o Strawberries ........ ,. S1.49 Sl.99 o,  Country Style Sausage.. u,. .oe 8/Sl.00 u .ONN  Onks....... o PAPER ,, MARGARINE Broccoli..........  69' mm BANG, lET ..c.o. ,-- 171 POT PIES Mushrooms........ , o,. 99 ' arine JI I Lb. Pkg. 3 z99 I1,11 I I II , I I Flour TortillaS........ ,, o,.49' N,, ,, ,  Sl 69 e o Mr. Coffee Filters..... Veiveeta Slices..... , o . Crisco Oil... ..... ,, HUNT'S  $1.99 NEWl Shredded Mozzarella..- o Sl.69 Jello Gelatin Pops... ,, . " CATSUP n , Cabbage Patch Cereal. ,o cool Vp...........  69  77, -, Glazed Donuts..... HU Shrimp 'n Batter.....,v/, o,$].99 Rkso Detergent TOMATO SAUCE: ,.,.. ,x.c. ,.,,,., ,,,.. FRESH 100 Mushrms" """ """ "" "' * 49 ked 'lll PAN VAN  Fresh Ba Peanut Butter......,, o.Sl.29 e Pork 'n Beans.....,, o,. 3151.09 MORTON HOUSE Durkee Olives........s,/, o,. 69 Sloppy Joe Sauce..... ,,,  69 / N EIGH BOR'HOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, April 25, LaGrange mrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer I Mary Ellison is honored on 1Oth birthday Mary Ellison was honored Sunday on her 10th birthday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ellison and Jim with a dinner. Those present were Mrs. Margaret Stewart of Wayland, John Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. John Ellison of Canton, Miss Patsy Leeser of Mont- gomery City, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leeser. Afternoon callers in the home were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murphy of Jacksonville. Mrs. Jerry Callow spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Sweet of LaBelIe. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann called on Mr. and- Mrs. Bill .Zahn of Canton Thursday morning. Mrs. Bud Kattelman and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares and grandchildren, Jared and Jessica Roddy of Kahoka were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. M and Mrs. Sam Henderson, Mike and Kelly hosted a cookout Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Gary Henderson and boy of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow'. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brandt and Melanie of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brands of Springfield spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold BrandS. Mrs. Mae Vaughn was the honored guest at a gathering of her children and grandchildren at the senior housing center on her birthday April 17. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Genenbacher, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zimmerman, Mrs. Steve House, Chris, Jessica and Meredith, Mrs. Alvina Genenbacher, all of Quincy: Claire Pool and Adam of Moberly, Mr: and Mrs. Dick Vaughn and Jon of Lewistown, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaughn. A decorated cake and ice cream were served. Douglas Vaughn of Lewistown was an afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smith of Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hackamack, Adam and Audrey of Quincy were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Beulah Hackamack. Mrs. Cheryl Hickerson, Kelly and Erick of Quincy were supper guests. Miss Penny Bash called on Miss Blanche Bally Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Farr and Mrs. Forest Brown. visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Job. Walter Spilker of Bethel called on Roy McDowell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bailey spent the weekend in Columbia with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stephens and Jennifer. All were Friday supper guests of Miss Francille Bailey, where the birthday of Mrs. Stephens was observed Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nobis, Jalinn and Jada of Paxton, Ill., spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace House. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie House, Lisa and Tina of LaBelle and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis House of Decatur were also visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares and grandson, Kyle, of Kahoka were Friday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gares, Kyle and Julie Kylene came by the Murphy home so they could show their new daughter to her great grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schafer attended the open house held Sunday at the Dennis Boudreau home in Quincy honoring the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George Boudreau of Quincy. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lowe, Melissa and Michelle, Mrs. Dorothy English and Mrs. Ruby Janney of Canton were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brandt and Melanie of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs. Larry Brandt of Spring- field. Mrs. Evelyn Ketterman of Canton spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Huth Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spilker of Bethel visited with Miss Mildred Spilker Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Keen of Granville, Ill. spent Tuesday and Wednesday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. They were called here due to the death of their niece, Mrs. Shelby Miller of Ca neon. Mrs. Mary Prigge of Ewlng attended church Sunday with Mrs. rera Gnus, then the ladies were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoffman of Canton. Mrs. Patricia Miller and children of Canton were also guests. Northeast Missouri Library Service LaGrange Branch ITIr Thelma Brinkley Skyscraper by Robert Byrne. Only a few blocks from Times Square stands the Zalian Building, a monument to the vanity of the man who had it built, the pressures to cut corners that weigh on architects and engineers, and the cumulative power of inevitable human and mechanical, errors. In a startling opening scene that sets the pace, a gust of wind removes a 200-pound pane of glass from the sixtieth floor of the Zalian Building and sends it spinning toward the sidewalk like the blade oLa guillotine. Brian Mitchell, an engineer called in to find out why the window failed, soon finds that the building's flaws are worse than he could have imagined -- and that the conspiracy to keep him from the truth about the building is, if anything, more dangerous than the building itself. Mitchell's quest for the truth becomes a race against time -- and an utterly fascinating look at how a skyscraper is made. Fast-paced, funny, always entertaining, Skyscraper generates the kind of excitement that makes it a novel impossible to put down. As the building begins to lean toward the streets below, Skyscraper moves through one gripping scene after another, until it reaches an unfor- gettable climax. All The Way Home by Ellen Cooney is a vivid portrayal of intertwining lives that shape each other from pain and sorrow to discovery and moment- ous change. When Gussie Cabrini came home, wrecking her motorcycle and her career as a professional athlete in one Mrs. Donald Dent returned home Saturday after 17 days in Jefferson City with Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent and sons, where she was helping with the care of her new grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kahlstorf of St. Joe were Saturday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nothnagel. Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Pascoe of Troy spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper. Miss Mildred Spilker and Mrs. Wanda House were callers. /astating blow, the women of Cur,'s Crossing felt pity, but no one could have predicted that her accident would affect them so profoundly. Certainly not Evelyn, who lived her life in a half-sleep, haunted by the ghosts of her dead parents: nor Avis, bored and overweight: nor Sandy, shattered by the brutal beating inflicted on her son by her estranged husband. Their pity moves them to be offered at C-S II Maywood Beulah Jones Mrs. Dorothy spent from Thursday to her daughter. Mr.'aM Vaughn and family, Grandparents Day at Friday Weekend visitors of Kim Wilson. Philip Jason and Heather Palmyra, ard Sunday were Mr. and Mrs band together and start the town's first Vote to repair and Zelma Ausmus women's softball team. the Spurs. with Moren Griesbaum of ,,ill Gussie as their coach, communh,..y Sunday ,'is.ors of . Fountain. Chris and gai,_ .- From the beginning the town refuses to take them seriously, and the odds center roof and Mrs. Jim Fountaillm, are stacked high against them. But as Mrs. Junior Fountain IE F a group they persist and endure A There was a public meeting held at The local fire depart.n dramatic confrontation on the playing the community center Friday evening Sunday at 10:15 p.m. __l, field brings new life and promise to concerning the demolition of the center house fire near LewiS:lhl Gussie, to her team and to the entire or repairing of the roof. It was voted to Mr. and Mrs. Kentl,,,lllk Chris and Mark of .qlql town. fix the roof Donations would be Saturday afternoonWi/il.Ik apprecia ted. lt b tt; r,- Ed Kroencke and atten'lL ,,-'--m ...are.ln. and The annual Mayw Cemetery Day g, en by the volunt pj will be observed Sunday. May'5, at management to South Union Baptist Church following mi;s. Clara Vrance,Tl the worship service. A carry-in dinner will be held at noon. The business "Marketing" and "Organization and Management" are two courses offered by Culver-Stockton's Evening and Weekend College during the summer sessions. Marketing is the basic course required of all business majors. The course will be an independent study and may be started on May 13, June 3 or July 8 with all work completed by Aug. 5. Under the direction of Dr. Harry Mitchell, students will work with the Stanton test, "Fundamentals of Marketing," and with a Self-Track- ing Education Program (STEP). The STEP specifies a series of reading assignments, activities and three tests. The marketing course is offered for three credit hours. Organization and Management, also a required course for all business majors, will involve regular weekly meetings with the instructor, but will be basically an independent study. Work will begin on May 13 or June 3 and is due by Aug. 5. Course content will include manage- ment theory, research, and insights into individual, group and "company- wide" managerial processes. James McDonald of Hannibal will be instructor for the three-hour course. For more information about these courses and other offerings of C-SC's Evening and Weekend College, contact the Extended Programs Office or call (314) 288-5221, ext. 30, or from Quincy ....... he number is 223-7474. meeting and program will begin at 1 p.m. Katrina Fountain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain. fell last week and broke her ankle. Wilma Barr visited her mother. Mrs. Leland Schofield of Durham Sunday afternoon and they visited Mrs. Roy Harris and family in Palmyra. who i's Mrs. Barr's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke attended Grandparents Day at Ewing school Friday as substitute grandparents for Chris Fountain. They gave a short talk about beekeeping as fruit trees are blooming now. her aunt. Mrs. Mae m ." -- NOTICE -- . Gty of LaGrange ORDINANCE No. 170 - Section 3. It shall be unlawful for the owner or keeper of to permit the same to run at k age within the any time between the first day of April and of October of each year. By order of: Mayor and C'/ C of LaGrange Thurs., Fri., (Details available in Rou' LaGrange, Mo. CHOICE BONELESS CORN KING WHOLE BONELI 6 5 5-2 2 3 2 CHUCK ROAST HAMS ...,r,oo,0 o,.,.cv.,,. S :z9 $129 Sot. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans, FRESH GRADE A WHOLE > -:::-  ,u. ,:oo,,00 ,o Lb. CHICKENS :-- Ad Price,,,s Effect Apri00l0000th._00m _1 "I=l]i gl I uso,, c.o,c, L u.s. No. ; Top Round Steak....  Sl.99 FRESH SUPER Or.AR Nuwee (Tho Sunday Morning sausage) W' ' ll S  .! ,RED POTATOES Unk Break ast Sausage. ,, S2.09 .us. o,. A i CHUCK "1111!1" $128 --c.o." ' ircnlg;c;: ." GROUND o... i;;;2 -- II  ;o Lb. BaS II u c,a $. n^ u,. t: Beef or Pork Patties... FLORIDA "qg r " T-Bo,e Steak... ... , z "BEST OF ALL" Sweet Corn........5/$1.00 ,o,  . ,on,.. ksC;glogna... $1.49 Chicken Nuggets..... omco- - Pork Tenderloins...... uS3.09 ,von .o..o Strawberries ........ ,. S1.49 Sl.99 o,  Country Style Sausage.. u,. .oe 8/Sl.00 u .ONN  Onks....... o PAPER ,, MARGARINE Broccoli..........  69' mm BANG, lET ..c.o. ,-- 171 POT PIES Mushrooms........ , o,. 99 ' arine JI I Lb. Pkg. 3 z99 I1,11 I I II , I I Flour TortillaS........ ,, o,.49' N,, ,, ,  Sl 69 e o Mr. Coffee Filters..... Veiveeta Slices..... , o . Crisco Oil... ..... ,, HUNT'S  $1.99 NEWl Shredded Mozzarella..- o Sl.69 Jello Gelatin Pops... ,, . " CATSUP n , Cabbage Patch Cereal. ,o cool Vp...........  69  77, -, Glazed Donuts..... HU Shrimp 'n Batter.....,v/, o,$].99 Rkso Detergent TOMATO SAUCE: ,.,.. ,x.c. ,.,,,., ,,,.. FRESH 100 Mushrms" """ """ "" "' * 49 ked 'lll PAN VAN  Fresh Ba Peanut Butter......,, o.Sl.29 e Pork 'n Beans.....,, o,. 3151.09 MORTON HOUSE Durkee Olives........s,/, o,. 69 Sloppy Joe Sauce..... ,,,  69 /