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NEIGHBORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, June 27, LaGrange fflrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer Grant Kennedy guest of honor at party Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kennedy and Jesse hosted a backyard birthday party for their son and brother, Grant, on Saturday night. Present were his great grandmother, Mrs. Mac Brum- baugh of Canton, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walker of Kinderhook, Ill, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Musholt and Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy attended a Fish reunion Sunday in Kahoka at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fish of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Freed Fish and Earl Fish were also in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe of Ozark called on Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper Friday afternoon. Mrs. Helen Bradshaw has returned from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Judy Meuller, Eric and Andy of Naperville, I11. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack was a guest of Mrs. Junior Hackamack in Quincy. from Tuesday to Thursday. Mrs. Greg Childers and children and Mrs. John Shannon of St. Louis came Monday for the funeral of a great aunt, Mrs. Daisy Bayer, and to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rice of St. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe of Ozark, Mo, visited Friday in the Glen Rohs home. Cory Rohs of Indepen- dence spent the past week visiting with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spilker of Shelbyville, visited with his sister, Mildred Spilker last weekend. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack, Mrs. Junior Hackamack and Mr. and Mrs. Mark McGinley visited Wednesday with Junior Hackamack at Truman Memorial Hospital in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Maples, Glen and Rajah had the following dinner guests on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Martin, Mrs. Irene Adams and LaGran Mrs. Blanche Summers. Steve Lockett of Quincy and Sam Henderson and Mike were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow. Craig and Chase Bunger spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Kolthoff. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rice of St. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe of Ozark, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper were among those attending the 50th wedding anniversary celebra- tion of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brinkley on Friday evening. M. and Mrs. Henry Swanson of Keokuk were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bandt one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer and granddaughter Bethany St. Laurent, attended the wedding of their great niece and godchild, Miss Susan Jennings and Brian Parker at Salem Lutheran Church in St. Louis on Saturday. They also visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jennings before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schafer were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens. Obert Bohon and Mrs. Marie Frieden attended the 10th annual New London Community Park Day on Saturday Kevin Turners Nashville entertainers were there for the evening program. On Sunday they attended the gospel singing from 1 to 5 at the Mark Twain Cave grounds. Several different groups took part in the singing which was enjoyed by everyone. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hayes were,:Mrs. Sherrie Bell and Kendall and Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Rose of Overland, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lund and Jerry spent last weekend visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. James Lund and son, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann have returned from a tour. They toured through northern Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cottrell and Peggy, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gragg were Saturday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gragg in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent, Randall and Jason of Jefferson City visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent and Mrs Ruth Miner. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell were. Brad McDowell of Kennett, Miss Dehbie Butler of Cedar Ripids, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Route C LaGrange. Mo. 655-2232 HOURS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:0 Greg McVeigh Sat. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans, Sun. 8:00.6:00 RIGHT N.E.Mo0000Agency on Aging elects new At the June 10 monthly meeting of the Northeast Missouri Area Agency of Aging, board members recognized their outgoing members and elected new officers for the Upcoming fiscal year. A large crowd was present at the meeting held in Warrenton at College Methodist Church where final monthly business for fiscal year 1985 was completed. Cindy O'Laughlin, OATS director for the Northeast area, reported on their annual meeting held June 7 in Shelbina. At that meeting outstanding volunteers from each county were recognized. She also announced that she is seeking nominations for a candidate for the state OATS board of directors. Mack Long of Hannibal is the current board member whose term of office expires this year. Ms. Jean Orton of Home Care of Mid-Missouri summarized the services Fire Fighter Appreciation Week this week Gay, John Ashcroft has proclaimed this week as Fire Fighter Appreciation Week throughout Missouri and has asked Missouri residents to "join me in saluting Missouri fire fighters for their outstanding services to their communities." The Governor especial- ly mentioned the fire fighters involvement in the fight against Muscular Dystrophy. The fire service has been involved in helping to raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association for over thirty years to help support MDA's research and medical service programs. Last year more than 173 fire departments raised over $190,000 in Missouri through their traditional "Fill the Boot" campaign and other fund raising activities. McDowell, Rusty and Scott Mrs. Elizabeth Cox called on Miss Blanche Bally Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stephens of Columbia spent last weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bailey. Their daughter, Jennifer, is spending two or three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marshall and family in Circle Pines, Minn. provided by her agency in Lincoln County. She expressed her regrets that the agency was unable to bid on service provision in that area for the upcoming year. Executive director Martha Wadlin announced that the Missouri Division of Aging was issuing contracts for IIIB monies for the first time. The Board authorized Ms. Wadlin to submit the request for proposal by June 14. Final contracts were awarded for fiscal :,'ear 1986. These went to Montgomery County Council on Aging for nutrition services on a 90-day probationary period; to American Community Services for in-home services in Lincoln and Warren Counties: Upjohn Home Health Ser- vices for in-home services in Mont- gomery County; and Kollar-Abernethy for the 1985 fiscal year audit. The Pike County Council on Aging was placed on Maywood Beulah Jones Girl Scouts from Thailand are Stoner guests Urawan Hasook and Sinenart Kas- etphentphon of Thailand are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stoner. They are exchange Girl Scouts and will be visiting Girl Scout groups and camp with Melissa and Jenny Stoner. Chris Fountain attended Boy Scout Camp at Palmyra the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Decker of Quincy who recently returned from a visit in Po'fland, Oregon, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencle Friday. Mrs. Nora Schroder visited Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Johnston and family on Sunday. The Day Baptist Women met at the Maywood Church on Wednesday afternoon. probation until the October AAA board meeting in an effort to resolve management problems. Certificates of recognition were presented to all retiring AAA board members, which included Bertie Logan of Lewistown. At the close of the meeting, officers for the new year were elected: Chairman, Pete Nicoletti, Kirksville; Vice-chairman, George Pace, Hanni- bal; secretary, Mattie Eilers, Warren- ton: treasurer, Jesse Blackmon, Kirksville; parliamentarian, Linden Farrell, Moberly: executive committee member at large, Hallie Mac Reagan, Wellsville; assistant treasurer, Irma Klunder, Queen City. Board members for the 1986 fiscal year are: Pete Nicoletti, Kirksville: Jesse Blackmon, Kirksville; Sue Murray, Novely: Irma Klunder, Queen City; Beulah Rockhold, Memphis; Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Felter were Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard, Bill Renner, Vencil and Darrell Sharpe, Mrs. Nina McKenzie, Lewistown, and Gary' Sharpe, Hanni- bal. The Rev. and Mrs. Marshall Cham- bers and Amy returned home to Harrisburg, Penn., after visiting Mrs. Betty Quinn. They had all attended the Southern Baptist Convention in Dallas before coming here. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans and family on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Zelma Ausmus was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stalder and family Sunday and later attended the open house of Mr. Stalder's new office in Quincy. Rachel Bringer visited Sharla Jones in Quincy Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Jane Kleemeyer hosted a dinner Friday in honor of her granddaughter, Johnene Daggs' 5th birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mohrling of Fowler, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Fattest Wayne Griesbaum and Erin and Mrs. Leola Bea Shaver, Maywood. Bobble Ostermueller of Quincy was a weekend guest of Gilmer Johnston, Donna and Billy. Terry Ostermueller and Bobbi Gina Baker and Miranda of Quincy were callers in the Gilrner Johnston Raymond Elliott, Memphis; Queen City; R= town: Russell Pace, City; Linden ard GrinneU, ton, Paris; Velma Sauer, Warrenton ; Joe Hallie Mae beth Martin, Truxton; Arlene Gifford, son, Wellsville. The next will be July 15 i invited to serves the Knox, Lewis, Monroe, Randolph, and Warren. home SundaY Mr. and MrS. Bartz and Mrs. Saturday and Mrs. Illinois. Mrs. daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. returned home brother and wife, Lillard in Chandler. Edwards of Mr. and MrS. Cindy, Mr. and Mike, Mr. and Jason enjoyed at Alley Spring Southern MissoUri, PNJ WANT TUESDAY EVENINGS 8V, pPdlA July 4- 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Thurs., (Details available in AL,Pfices in Effect June 27 thin Ju 4 MELW;E LEA.. MEATY USDA CHOICE PORK STEAK - ,h. Ori,, T.BONE STEAK THOMPSON :. - ) 00SEEDLESS GRAPES - , onn00 7,, 1 19 $'259 ,,s,.r 99? '""" "" o.. ,,Pak) -- , .,, .a, LFN (Best Sausage in Tcmm) r m,.,,.. KORN-TOP Boneless Whole Hams... ?1,3V Homemade Pork Sausage.. Yr Polish Sausage.... ram lenderlom.......b.'ogY Sirloin Tip Steak:=,-). .9 8 Corned Beef Round. Nectarines..........' u,.98' ,,zselect Voriefie, -- G -- -- $ WILSON CORN KIN Luncheon Meats...... 1.29 s , , mwc,o - $,,-- .r.,-:--------. HuckorySmokedBacon..,00 1.39 White Potatoes ..... I U Lb,. I,1 ='"li. I,U,IP "m'm '  L ItAMBURGER or I oJ -Hi- $ SWISS VALLEY %- - Fruut Dnnks. ........ 8/1.00 __... ............ MINUTE MAID CONEY BUNS - ' + eKUtl URINK$ LEMONADE : 07 : gg " Coo, 69* ,,,, YOPLAIT K[MP'$. Pepsi, Diet, Dew, o. Yogurt..........., 0..2/89* pops,de,.Ir........ 00Sl.49 FLAVORITE 1 Margarine........, u,. s.,k, Y" HERSHEY, DEAN'S 3/Sl 19 Chocolate Syrup..... =, o=S1.39 French Onion Dip..., o,. .... i Rinso Detergent...... 42 o 99  CHATEAU Paper Towels.. . .,.m,,o , 59 NlaUC ".''. Charcoal...... ,0 Lb. Sl.99 ORE IDA Hash Browns......... o= 99 I I II lOtS POTATO CHIPS "0""" 69T*00 Fresh Baked Dmlyl .-- Fdl eelecflo of Items. Please call ahead for =pKial' orders, n Pak Hamburger Dill Chips. VALU Peanut Butter... HC Fruit Drinks......" MUSSELMAN'S ,,,,e--e. ; ._. __ .+ .;;;; ,# nortening... NEIGHBORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, June 27, LaGrange fflrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer Grant Kennedy guest of honor at party Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kennedy and Jesse hosted a backyard birthday party for their son and brother, Grant, on Saturday night. Present were his great grandmother, Mrs. Mac Brum- baugh of Canton, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kennedy of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walker of Kinderhook, Ill, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Musholt and Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy attended a Fish reunion Sunday in Kahoka at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fish of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Freed Fish and Earl Fish were also in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe of Ozark called on Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper Friday afternoon. Mrs. Helen Bradshaw has returned from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Judy Meuller, Eric and Andy of Naperville, I11. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack was a guest of Mrs. Junior Hackamack in Quincy. from Tuesday to Thursday. Mrs. Greg Childers and children and Mrs. John Shannon of St. Louis came Monday for the funeral of a great aunt, Mrs. Daisy Bayer, and to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rice of St. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe of Ozark, Mo, visited Friday in the Glen Rohs home. Cory Rohs of Indepen- dence spent the past week visiting with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spilker of Shelbyville, visited with his sister, Mildred Spilker last weekend. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack, Mrs. Junior Hackamack and Mr. and Mrs. Mark McGinley visited Wednesday with Junior Hackamack at Truman Memorial Hospital in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Maples, Glen and Rajah had the following dinner guests on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Martin, Mrs. Irene Adams and LaGran Mrs. Blanche Summers. Steve Lockett of Quincy and Sam Henderson and Mike were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Callow. Craig and Chase Bunger spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Kolthoff. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rice of St. Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Pascoe of Ozark, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper were among those attending the 50th wedding anniversary celebra- tion of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brinkley on Friday evening. M. and Mrs. Henry Swanson of Keokuk were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bandt one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer and granddaughter Bethany St. Laurent, attended the wedding of their great niece and godchild, Miss Susan Jennings and Brian Parker at Salem Lutheran Church in St. Louis on Saturday. They also visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jennings before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schafer were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens. Obert Bohon and Mrs. Marie Frieden attended the 10th annual New London Community Park Day on Saturday Kevin Turners Nashville entertainers were there for the evening program. On Sunday they attended the gospel singing from 1 to 5 at the Mark Twain Cave grounds. Several different groups took part in the singing which was enjoyed by everyone. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hayes were,:Mrs. Sherrie Bell and Kendall and Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Rose of Overland, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lund and Jerry spent last weekend visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. James Lund and son, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann have returned from a tour. They toured through northern Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cottrell and Peggy, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Gragg were Saturday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gragg in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent, Randall and Jason of Jefferson City visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent and Mrs Ruth Miner. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell were. Brad McDowell of Kennett, Miss Dehbie Butler of Cedar Ripids, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Route C LaGrange. Mo. 655-2232 HOURS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:0 Greg McVeigh Sat. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans, Sun. 8:00.6:00 RIGHT N.E.Mo0000Agency on Aging elects new At the June 10 monthly meeting of the Northeast Missouri Area Agency of Aging, board members recognized their outgoing members and elected new officers for the Upcoming fiscal year. A large crowd was present at the meeting held in Warrenton at College Methodist Church where final monthly business for fiscal year 1985 was completed. Cindy O'Laughlin, OATS director for the Northeast area, reported on their annual meeting held June 7 in Shelbina. At that meeting outstanding volunteers from each county were recognized. She also announced that she is seeking nominations for a candidate for the state OATS board of directors. Mack Long of Hannibal is the current board member whose term of office expires this year. Ms. Jean Orton of Home Care of Mid-Missouri summarized the services Fire Fighter Appreciation Week this week Gay, John Ashcroft has proclaimed this week as Fire Fighter Appreciation Week throughout Missouri and has asked Missouri residents to "join me in saluting Missouri fire fighters for their outstanding services to their communities." The Governor especial- ly mentioned the fire fighters involvement in the fight against Muscular Dystrophy. The fire service has been involved in helping to raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association for over thirty years to help support MDA's research and medical service programs. Last year more than 173 fire departments raised over $190,000 in Missouri through their traditional "Fill the Boot" campaign and other fund raising activities. McDowell, Rusty and Scott Mrs. Elizabeth Cox called on Miss Blanche Bally Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stephens of Columbia spent last weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bailey. Their daughter, Jennifer, is spending two or three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marshall and family in Circle Pines, Minn. provided by her agency in Lincoln County. She expressed her regrets that the agency was unable to bid on service provision in that area for the upcoming year. Executive director Martha Wadlin announced that the Missouri Division of Aging was issuing contracts for IIIB monies for the first time. The Board authorized Ms. Wadlin to submit the request for proposal by June 14. Final contracts were awarded for fiscal :,'ear 1986. These went to Montgomery County Council on Aging for nutrition services on a 90-day probationary period; to American Community Services for in-home services in Lincoln and Warren Counties: Upjohn Home Health Ser- vices for in-home services in Mont- gomery County; and Kollar-Abernethy for the 1985 fiscal year audit. The Pike County Council on Aging was placed on Maywood Beulah Jones Girl Scouts from Thailand are Stoner guests Urawan Hasook and Sinenart Kas- etphentphon of Thailand are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stoner. They are exchange Girl Scouts and will be visiting Girl Scout groups and camp with Melissa and Jenny Stoner. Chris Fountain attended Boy Scout Camp at Palmyra the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Decker of Quincy who recently returned from a visit in Po'fland, Oregon, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencle Friday. Mrs. Nora Schroder visited Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Johnston and family on Sunday. The Day Baptist Women met at the Maywood Church on Wednesday afternoon. probation until the October AAA board meeting in an effort to resolve management problems. Certificates of recognition were presented to all retiring AAA board members, which included Bertie Logan of Lewistown. At the close of the meeting, officers for the new year were elected: Chairman, Pete Nicoletti, Kirksville; Vice-chairman, George Pace, Hanni- bal; secretary, Mattie Eilers, Warren- ton: treasurer, Jesse Blackmon, Kirksville; parliamentarian, Linden Farrell, Moberly: executive committee member at large, Hallie Mac Reagan, Wellsville; assistant treasurer, Irma Klunder, Queen City. Board members for the 1986 fiscal year are: Pete Nicoletti, Kirksville: Jesse Blackmon, Kirksville; Sue Murray, Novely: Irma Klunder, Queen City; Beulah Rockhold, Memphis; Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Felter were Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard, Bill Renner, Vencil and Darrell Sharpe, Mrs. Nina McKenzie, Lewistown, and Gary' Sharpe, Hanni- bal. The Rev. and Mrs. Marshall Cham- bers and Amy returned home to Harrisburg, Penn., after visiting Mrs. Betty Quinn. They had all attended the Southern Baptist Convention in Dallas before coming here. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans and family on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Zelma Ausmus was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stalder and family Sunday and later attended the open house of Mr. Stalder's new office in Quincy. Rachel Bringer visited Sharla Jones in Quincy Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Jane Kleemeyer hosted a dinner Friday in honor of her granddaughter, Johnene Daggs' 5th birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mohrling of Fowler, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Fattest Wayne Griesbaum and Erin and Mrs. Leola Bea Shaver, Maywood. Bobble Ostermueller of Quincy was a weekend guest of Gilmer Johnston, Donna and Billy. Terry Ostermueller and Bobbi Gina Baker and Miranda of Quincy were callers in the Gilrner Johnston Raymond Elliott, Memphis; Queen City; R= town: Russell Pace, City; Linden ard GrinneU, ton, Paris; Velma Sauer, Warrenton ; Joe Hallie Mae beth Martin, Truxton; Arlene Gifford, son, Wellsville. The next will be July 15 i invited to serves the Knox, Lewis, Monroe, Randolph, and Warren. home SundaY Mr. and MrS. Bartz and Mrs. Saturday and Mrs. Illinois. Mrs. daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. returned home brother and wife, Lillard in Chandler. Edwards of Mr. and MrS. Cindy, Mr. and Mike, Mr. and Jason enjoyed at Alley Spring Southern MissoUri, PNJ WANT TUESDAY EVENINGS 8V, pPdlA July 4- 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Thurs., (Details available in AL,Pfices in Effect June 27 thin Ju 4 MELW;E LEA.. MEATY USDA CHOICE PORK STEAK - ,h. Ori,, T.BONE STEAK THOMPSON :. - ) 00SEEDLESS GRAPES - , onn00 7,, 1 19 $'259 ,,s,.r 99? '""" "" o.. ,,Pak) -- , .,, .a, LFN (Best Sausage in Tcmm) r m,.,,.. KORN-TOP Boneless Whole Hams... ?1,3V Homemade Pork Sausage.. Yr Polish Sausage.... ram lenderlom.......b.'ogY Sirloin Tip Steak:=,-). .9 8 Corned Beef Round. Nectarines..........' u,.98' ,,zselect Voriefie, -- G -- -- $ WILSON CORN KIN Luncheon Meats...... 1.29 s , , mwc,o - $,,-- .r.,-:--------. HuckorySmokedBacon..,00 1.39 White Potatoes ..... I U Lb,. I,1 ='"li. I,U,IP "m'm '  L ItAMBURGER or I oJ -Hi- $ SWISS VALLEY %- - Fruut Dnnks. ........ 8/1.00 __... ............ MINUTE MAID CONEY BUNS - ' + eKUtl URINK$ LEMONADE : 07 : gg " Coo, 69* ,,,, YOPLAIT K[MP'$. Pepsi, Diet, Dew, o. Yogurt..........., 0..2/89* pops,de,.Ir........ 00Sl.49 FLAVORITE 1 Margarine........, u,. s.,k, Y" HERSHEY, DEAN'S 3/Sl 19 Chocolate Syrup..... =, o=S1.39 French Onion Dip..., o,. .... i Rinso Detergent...... 42 o 99  CHATEAU Paper Towels.. . .,.m,,o , 59 NlaUC ".''. Charcoal...... ,0 Lb. Sl.99 ORE IDA Hash Browns......... o= 99 I I II lOtS POTATO CHIPS "0""" 69T*00 Fresh Baked Dmlyl .-- Fdl eelecflo of Items. Please call ahead for =pKial' orders, n Pak Hamburger Dill Chips. VALU Peanut Butter... HC Fruit Drinks......" MUSSELMAN'S ,,,,e--e. ; ._. __ .+ .;;;; ,# nortening...