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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, Ill I I LaGrange mrs Hazel Wolfmeyer Friends surprise couple on lOth anniversary Jerry and Vangel Callow were greatly surprised on their 10th anniversary on Sunday when friends and relatives arrived at noon with well filled baskets to help them celebrate. Those joining them were Tom and Kay Herrington, Steve Lockett, Markand Julie Bichsel, Gary and Karen Henderson, Garen, Jason, Heath and Dana Wiewel, Larry and Bey Nelson, Michelle, Tracy and Jared, Kevin Viele, Bob and Dorothy Mitchell, all of Quincy, Mrs. Ethel Sweet and Noel and Fay Sweet of LaBelle, Bob and Chris Whitmer and Eric of Monticello, Fred Daughtry of Canton, Warner and Anngel Smith of Lewistown, Buck and Mandy Schnitzer, Billie Snyder, Sam and Jeanne Jenderson, Mike and Kelly of LaGrange, and their guests, Paul and Valerie Johnson of Troy. Mrs. Jo Jutte was a Monday to Wednesday guest of Mrs. Rachel Mae Steel in Wayland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf meyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loscher in Quincy Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ruddy, Jared, Jessica and Jenilee of Sioux Center, la., called on her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wenneker of Higginsville were Saturday and Sun- day guests of her mother, Mrs. Louise Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spilker of Bethel were Sunday afternoon visitors of Miss Mildred Spilker. The first birthday of Buckley McCutchan was celebrated in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling, Monday evening. Following a barbecue supper his grandmother, Rosie McCutchan, and Janet McCutchan joined his mother, father, sister and brother for cake and ice cream. A clown cake with party favors, whistle and cane hat held the single candle and also served as a centerpiece. Also present for the occasion were his uncle and aunt, Torn and Tracy Hoteling and Britt of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Al Roggenkamp and Loma Marie of Edinboro, Pa.. enjoyed a picnic at Riverfront Park with her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swearingen, Pare and Matt and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robertson, Tim and Rick. Mrs. Lynn Sparks of Payson was a Thursday luncheon guest of her aunt, Mrs. Louise Keller. Mrs. Debbie Curry of Muscatine and Miss Patti Jutte of Arlington, Tex., were Friday overnight and Saturday visitors of their grandmother; Mrs. Jo Jutte. Leroy Rohs, Cory and Tony of Independence spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robs, and Cory and Tony remained for the week. Brad McDowell of Kewanee spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. Miss Debbie Butler of Cedar Rpaids was also a Saturday guest and Mr. and Mrs. Steve McDowell, Rusty and Scott of Hannibal were Sunday dinner guests. On July 17 in Ursa the families of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swearingen and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robertson of LaGrange, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boone of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Roggenkamp of Edinboro, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Stan Burke of Ursa, Mrs. Mabel Downs and Miss Emma Lee Davis of Hamilton enjoyed a welcome home picnic and birthday party. The welcome honored Mr. and Mrs. Roggenkamp and Loma Marie. Birthdays were Bryan Boone. Bryce Burke and Rickie Rob*risen. Mr. and Mrs. Roggenkamp left July 18 for their home in Edinboro and Loma Marie remained in Hamilton with her grandmother, Mrs. Downs, for a six week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schroeder of Ewing and Mrs. Laura Bradshaw attended the Schroeder reunion in Sutter Sunday. Mrs. Elsa Howell returned to her home in Canton with them. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Daniels and Wendy of Kirksville spent Wednesday with her grandmother, Mrs. Louise Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carter of Las Cruces, N. M., visited his mother, Mrs. Nina Carter, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sackman of Keokuk were Friday afternoon visitors in the home of "IIr. and Mrs. Wayme Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens and Bill Stephens returned Monday fom a five day visit with Mr. and Mi,,, Joe Marshall and family in Circle Pfnes, Minn. Jennifer Stephens returned with them after spending six weeks in the Marshall home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown of Monti- cello were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beg,mann. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Raleigh, Andrea and Andrew visited with Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Raleigh Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack spent Sunday in Quincy with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack. Mr. Hackamack had returned from a Columbia hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling and family. Mrs. Clifford GarBs and Mrs. Rodney Gares, Kyle and Julie of Kahoka were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. John Solter hosted a wiener roast honoring IRon and Sharon Wolfmeyer. Darrel and Rachel, of Canada. Others present were his mother, Mrs. Cleatice Wolfmeyer of Palmyra, Roy and Catherine Solter, Marion and Alice Lee Solter, Jerry and Patty Logsdon, Tammy and Todd, Mike and Tina Durst, John and Jerilyn Ellison and D. J. of Canton, Mickie and Janeen Fellinger and John Paul and Joann Solter. After dinner guests were Jerry and Kaye Carpenter, Nancy and Amy of Taylor. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Eiff of Quincy, Pat Hardin and Pam and Donald Cummings of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Northrup and Leisa. Eric Vannaken of Troop 173, LaGrange, spent July 13-20 at Camp Thunderbird, Cairo, where he attended Boy Scout Camp. He was tapped out for Order of Arrow, Wednesday evening. Also being tapped out was Charles Lawerence from Troop 173. Margaret Vannaken spent several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hopkins and family at Blue Springs. She met Mrs. Geneva and Janice Hopkins there to go visit Mr. and Mrs. Gailand Hopkins and Steve and Ms. Anneta Hopkins and Sidney of Altus, Okla. While in Altus they toured the Air Force Base, Fort Sill Army Base, Lawton" Okla.; Holy City a city the men during WPA days built from rocks of the Wichita Mountains. Each station was a part of the life of christ Cooling help available from NECAC Cooling assistance is available to help families cope with the hot weather characteristic of northeast Missouri summers. Fans and air conditioners are available at North East Community Action Corporation for households meeting certain income guidelines as well as the following specifications: 1. Households where the head of household or spouse is 65 years of age or older. 2. Houselolds where* the head of household or spouse is disabled and because of this disability is receiving Federal Social Security Disability Benefits: Federal Supplemental Secur- ity Income Benefits; Veterans Admin- istration Benefits; State Blind Pen- sion: State Supplemental Payment or Blind Payments: or receiving Medical Assistance benefits based on disability. 3. A household with children under the age of five. 4. Households of which a medical need is identified and verified in writing by a physician. 5. No eligible household shall receive a fan or air conditioner if that household has previously received a far or air conditioner which has not been returned to NECAC. Fans and air conditioners may be picked up at local NECAC offices. They must be returned to the office at the end of the summer. Notices will be sent out to participating households prior to the return deadling. For further information about the Cooling Assistance Program, contact the NECAC office in Canton. from birth to crucifixion. A tour through Indian City, Andarko, Okla., the Indians made everything by hand. At the end of the tour an authentic Indian dance was given. A day was spent having lunch in Vernon, Tex. On the way back home they toured the City of Faith on the campus of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla. At Mt. Vernon, they stopped by the chest hospital. On to Bagnell Dam and Dogpatch. Ms. Janice Hopkins and Geneva Hopkins spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Vannaken and Eric before returning to their home at Maryville. Ewing Scott Dehner . III Farewell dinner held Friday for Mike Stanbridge Employees of Farmer's Co-Op and their families held a farewell dinner for fellow employee Mike Standbridge, who has accepted a job in Cameron. Those present for the dinner Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dehner, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Primm, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Raleigh and daughters, Gary Hudson and children, and Mr. aa Mrs. Mike Standbridge and Northeast Missouri Library Service LaGrange Branch flits. Thelma BrinkJey The Alamo Tree by Ernest Brawley is an epic of two countries -- Mexico and the United States -- chronicling the tumultuous relationship of two families, the O'Hares and the Carrizos, through six decades of this century's explosive social and political changes. The indestructible heart of the O'Hare clan is Maureen, relentless and resourceful, an expatriate widow who owns a hotel in a Mexican province which her demoniacally willful daugh- ter, Chris, ultimately develops into an internationally famous resort. Maureen's son, Brian, supervisor of an American-owned railroad, is derailed from his dreams of power and wealth when he collides with a passionate young woman who has cast her lot with a people's rebellion. And presiding over the Carrizos is the father, Gallo, a half-breed of prodigi- ous guile and rapacity who rises from railroad flunky to manservant in the O'Hare household, worming his way into the family until he grows into a financial and political giant. Larry Collins' new novel, Fall From daughters. Winners in l tournament were Thelma Ball 1st, Kathy Bugh 2nit Luclle Brown held on Tuesday center. Several attending Salem-W mer camp, Berry is also director. the Ewir to Camp Inlow Mr. and Mrs. Ewing have vacation visiting family in KanS; Patti Diehl a l Wyo. While guests in the Wilbur Diehl Johnsons took pools while there. ? Grace, is the stoi gamble of the reader deep int world of the deception that D-day. It is about intrigue and callous which all the thousands of airmen may hours, on the woman The gamble: to even Hitler greatest lie ever Normandy that the real three days later was the defeat of Hitler'S victory itself. The Executive in the top major corner office the dreamt of the She's a fact of Dasha Croy worlds: a fast and a loving every step of the Until her outstrip his o,,V professional torn between her respected cherished as LaGrange I Thurs., Fri., (DetaiLs available in Route C taGrange, Me. 655-2232 HOURS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:C Greg McVelgh Sat. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans, Sun. 8:00-6:00 Ow |IV| THE mIGHT TO Ad Prices in Effect July 24 m July 31 FRESH, LEAN GROUND BEEF USDA CHOICE (Boneless) ROUND STEAK $ 49 Lb, RUSSET POTATOES ARMOUR STAR BACON WILSON Trimmed (Great for Pork Boston Butts 12 Oz. Super Pok Lb. iu:eEonVea. . . 99 pok.Te=.erlin...." USDA CHOICE .= $ WILSON (adlt. for' Grilling) FRESH GRADE "A" /i. Boneless Rump Roast . ,. 1.79 Smoked Pork Chops.." 10 Lb. -s ...... -,',"; " | USDA CHOICE - WHOLE - "- , Sir " S /,, , Airll00 Io,n Tip Steak...... L 1.89 LO ^relacnes.............qy FRYERS _,..v, H;res . i Breaded Pork Patties. .$I ?O .......  il '  8S e Sweet Corn........., 7/sl.00 (Good for Cookout or with ;,L';}_ = .,1 A  O] I ORANGE Pollsl 5ausa e.. s,.L.t S _   IIIIre g .. 1.49 m ...... green Cabbage,.... '....,.|9 Chicken Livers......... 99' / ';!  0 " CHICKEN OF THE TASTEE  Lb. S,ck, . .EE -- K:ngsford Charcoal. TUNA Hash Browns......, o.s2.29 BANQUET Fd d Chick $2 89 e en....... =b . BANQUET Co, kin' Bags 39 * * , * * * 5 Oz. R MACARONI & CHEESE Bold 3 Detergent... SNUGGLE Fabric Softener..... BOW WOW Dog Food , , * KLEENEX BOUTIQUE Facial Tissue. ...." YELLO BAG Trash Bags ...... _d SHOP OUR GEN[I. Saltines., =. 49' Sandwich Cookies. LIGHT SPREAD 29 , SWISS VALLEY Fruit Drinks......  89 FLAVORITE Cottage Cheese.... u o. S1.09 $ DEAN5 Gatorade.........., o 59 French ,Onion Dip..s o, 3/$1.19 FI.AVORITE - Reg. or Shells Macarni " " "iis! ] i ) ";'  49 DONUTS. ;et;ble Oil. u 00Sl.29  Fresh Baked Da,lyl ItLAVORKIST  Full s4deOion d item !. Please Ton_stem' Pop .,; 69' - ..,, ,o, .,..,, N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, Ill I I LaGrange mrs Hazel Wolfmeyer Friends surprise couple on lOth anniversary Jerry and Vangel Callow were greatly surprised on their 10th anniversary on Sunday when friends and relatives arrived at noon with well filled baskets to help them celebrate. Those joining them were Tom and Kay Herrington, Steve Lockett, Markand Julie Bichsel, Gary and Karen Henderson, Garen, Jason, Heath and Dana Wiewel, Larry and Bey Nelson, Michelle, Tracy and Jared, Kevin Viele, Bob and Dorothy Mitchell, all of Quincy, Mrs. Ethel Sweet and Noel and Fay Sweet of LaBelle, Bob and Chris Whitmer and Eric of Monticello, Fred Daughtry of Canton, Warner and Anngel Smith of Lewistown, Buck and Mandy Schnitzer, Billie Snyder, Sam and Jeanne Jenderson, Mike and Kelly of LaGrange, and their guests, Paul and Valerie Johnson of Troy. Mrs. Jo Jutte was a Monday to Wednesday guest of Mrs. Rachel Mae Steel in Wayland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf meyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loscher in Quincy Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ruddy, Jared, Jessica and Jenilee of Sioux Center, la., called on her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wenneker of Higginsville were Saturday and Sun- day guests of her mother, Mrs. Louise Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spilker of Bethel were Sunday afternoon visitors of Miss Mildred Spilker. The first birthday of Buckley McCutchan was celebrated in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling, Monday evening. Following a barbecue supper his grandmother, Rosie McCutchan, and Janet McCutchan joined his mother, father, sister and brother for cake and ice cream. A clown cake with party favors, whistle and cane hat held the single candle and also served as a centerpiece. Also present for the occasion were his uncle and aunt, Torn and Tracy Hoteling and Britt of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Al Roggenkamp and Loma Marie of Edinboro, Pa.. enjoyed a picnic at Riverfront Park with her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swearingen, Pare and Matt and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robertson, Tim and Rick. Mrs. Lynn Sparks of Payson was a Thursday luncheon guest of her aunt, Mrs. Louise Keller. Mrs. Debbie Curry of Muscatine and Miss Patti Jutte of Arlington, Tex., were Friday overnight and Saturday visitors of their grandmother; Mrs. Jo Jutte. Leroy Rohs, Cory and Tony of Independence spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robs, and Cory and Tony remained for the week. Brad McDowell of Kewanee spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. Miss Debbie Butler of Cedar Rpaids was also a Saturday guest and Mr. and Mrs. Steve McDowell, Rusty and Scott of Hannibal were Sunday dinner guests. On July 17 in Ursa the families of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swearingen and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robertson of LaGrange, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boone of Keokuk. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Roggenkamp of Edinboro, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Stan Burke of Ursa, Mrs. Mabel Downs and Miss Emma Lee Davis of Hamilton enjoyed a welcome home picnic and birthday party. The welcome honored Mr. and Mrs. Roggenkamp and Loma Marie. Birthdays were Bryan Boone. Bryce Burke and Rickie Rob*risen. Mr. and Mrs. Roggenkamp left July 18 for their home in Edinboro and Loma Marie remained in Hamilton with her grandmother, Mrs. Downs, for a six week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schroeder of Ewing and Mrs. Laura Bradshaw attended the Schroeder reunion in Sutter Sunday. Mrs. Elsa Howell returned to her home in Canton with them. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Daniels and Wendy of Kirksville spent Wednesday with her grandmother, Mrs. Louise Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carter of Las Cruces, N. M., visited his mother, Mrs. Nina Carter, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sackman of Keokuk were Friday afternoon visitors in the home of "IIr. and Mrs. Wayme Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens and Bill Stephens returned Monday fom a five day visit with Mr. and Mi,,, Joe Marshall and family in Circle Pfnes, Minn. Jennifer Stephens returned with them after spending six weeks in the Marshall home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown of Monti- cello were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beg,mann. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Raleigh, Andrea and Andrew visited with Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Raleigh Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack spent Sunday in Quincy with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack. Mr. Hackamack had returned from a Columbia hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling and family. Mrs. Clifford GarBs and Mrs. Rodney Gares, Kyle and Julie of Kahoka were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. John Solter hosted a wiener roast honoring IRon and Sharon Wolfmeyer. Darrel and Rachel, of Canada. Others present were his mother, Mrs. Cleatice Wolfmeyer of Palmyra, Roy and Catherine Solter, Marion and Alice Lee Solter, Jerry and Patty Logsdon, Tammy and Todd, Mike and Tina Durst, John and Jerilyn Ellison and D. J. of Canton, Mickie and Janeen Fellinger and John Paul and Joann Solter. After dinner guests were Jerry and Kaye Carpenter, Nancy and Amy of Taylor. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Eiff of Quincy, Pat Hardin and Pam and Donald Cummings of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Northrup and Leisa. Eric Vannaken of Troop 173, LaGrange, spent July 13-20 at Camp Thunderbird, Cairo, where he attended Boy Scout Camp. He was tapped out for Order of Arrow, Wednesday evening. Also being tapped out was Charles Lawerence from Troop 173. Margaret Vannaken spent several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hopkins and family at Blue Springs. She met Mrs. Geneva and Janice Hopkins there to go visit Mr. and Mrs. Gailand Hopkins and Steve and Ms. Anneta Hopkins and Sidney of Altus, Okla. While in Altus they toured the Air Force Base, Fort Sill Army Base, Lawton" Okla.; Holy City a city the men during WPA days built from rocks of the Wichita Mountains. Each station was a part of the life of christ Cooling help available from NECAC Cooling assistance is available to help families cope with the hot weather characteristic of northeast Missouri summers. Fans and air conditioners are available at North East Community Action Corporation for households meeting certain income guidelines as well as the following specifications: 1. Households where the head of household or spouse is 65 years of age or older. 2. Houselolds where* the head of household or spouse is disabled and because of this disability is receiving Federal Social Security Disability Benefits: Federal Supplemental Secur- ity Income Benefits; Veterans Admin- istration Benefits; State Blind Pen- sion: State Supplemental Payment or Blind Payments: or receiving Medical Assistance benefits based on disability. 3. A household with children under the age of five. 4. Households of which a medical need is identified and verified in writing by a physician. 5. No eligible household shall receive a fan or air conditioner if that household has previously received a far or air conditioner which has not been returned to NECAC. Fans and air conditioners may be picked up at local NECAC offices. They must be returned to the office at the end of the summer. Notices will be sent out to participating households prior to the return deadling. For further information about the Cooling Assistance Program, contact the NECAC office in Canton. from birth to crucifixion. A tour through Indian City, Andarko, Okla., the Indians made everything by hand. At the end of the tour an authentic Indian dance was given. A day was spent having lunch in Vernon, Tex. On the way back home they toured the City of Faith on the campus of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla. At Mt. Vernon, they stopped by the chest hospital. On to Bagnell Dam and Dogpatch. Ms. Janice Hopkins and Geneva Hopkins spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Vannaken and Eric before returning to their home at Maryville. Ewing Scott Dehner . III Farewell dinner held Friday for Mike Stanbridge Employees of Farmer's Co-Op and their families held a farewell dinner for fellow employee Mike Standbridge, who has accepted a job in Cameron. Those present for the dinner Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dehner, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Primm, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Raleigh and daughters, Gary Hudson and children, and Mr. aa Mrs. Mike Standbridge and Northeast Missouri Library Service LaGrange Branch flits. Thelma BrinkJey The Alamo Tree by Ernest Brawley is an epic of two countries -- Mexico and the United States -- chronicling the tumultuous relationship of two families, the O'Hares and the Carrizos, through six decades of this century's explosive social and political changes. The indestructible heart of the O'Hare clan is Maureen, relentless and resourceful, an expatriate widow who owns a hotel in a Mexican province which her demoniacally willful daugh- ter, Chris, ultimately develops into an internationally famous resort. Maureen's son, Brian, supervisor of an American-owned railroad, is derailed from his dreams of power and wealth when he collides with a passionate young woman who has cast her lot with a people's rebellion. And presiding over the Carrizos is the father, Gallo, a half-breed of prodigi- ous guile and rapacity who rises from railroad flunky to manservant in the O'Hare household, worming his way into the family until he grows into a financial and political giant. Larry Collins' new novel, Fall From daughters. Winners in l tournament were Thelma Ball 1st, Kathy Bugh 2nit Luclle Brown held on Tuesday center. Several attending Salem-W mer camp, Berry is also director. the Ewir to Camp Inlow Mr. and Mrs. Ewing have vacation visiting family in KanS; Patti Diehl a l Wyo. While guests in the Wilbur Diehl Johnsons took pools while there. ? Grace, is the stoi gamble of the reader deep int world of the deception that D-day. It is about intrigue and callous which all the thousands of airmen may hours, on the woman The gamble: to even Hitler greatest lie ever Normandy that the real three days later was the defeat of Hitler'S victory itself. The Executive in the top major corner office the dreamt of the She's a fact of Dasha Croy worlds: a fast and a loving every step of the Until her outstrip his o,,V professional torn between her respected cherished as LaGrange I Thurs., Fri., (DetaiLs available in Route C taGrange, Me. 655-2232 HOURS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:C Greg McVelgh Sat. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans, Sun. 8:00-6:00 Ow |IV| THE mIGHT TO Ad Prices in Effect July 24 m July 31 FRESH, LEAN GROUND BEEF USDA CHOICE (Boneless) ROUND STEAK $ 49 Lb, RUSSET POTATOES ARMOUR STAR BACON WILSON Trimmed (Great for Pork Boston Butts 12 Oz. Super Pok Lb. iu:eEonVea. . . 99 pok.Te=.erlin...." USDA CHOICE .= $ WILSON (adlt. for' Grilling) FRESH GRADE "A" /i. Boneless Rump Roast . ,. 1.79 Smoked Pork Chops.." 10 Lb. -s ...... -,',"; " | USDA CHOICE - WHOLE - "- , Sir " S /,, , Airll00 Io,n Tip Steak...... L 1.89 LO ^relacnes.............qy FRYERS _,..v, H;res . i Breaded Pork Patties. .$I ?O .......  il '  8S e Sweet Corn........., 7/sl.00 (Good for Cookout or with ;,L';}_ = .,1 A  O] I ORANGE Pollsl 5ausa e.. s,.L.t S _   IIIIre g .. 1.49 m ...... green Cabbage,.... '....,.|9 Chicken Livers......... 99' / ';!  0 " CHICKEN OF THE TASTEE  Lb. S,ck, . .EE -- K:ngsford Charcoal. TUNA Hash Browns......, o.s2.29 BANQUET Fd d Chick $2 89 e en....... =b . BANQUET Co, kin' Bags 39 * * , * * * 5 Oz. R MACARONI & CHEESE Bold 3 Detergent... SNUGGLE Fabric Softener..... BOW WOW Dog Food , , * KLEENEX BOUTIQUE Facial Tissue. ...." YELLO BAG Trash Bags ...... _d SHOP OUR GEN[I. Saltines., =. 49' Sandwich Cookies. LIGHT SPREAD 29 , SWISS VALLEY Fruit Drinks......  89 FLAVORITE Cottage Cheese.... u o. S1.09 $ DEAN5 Gatorade.........., o 59 French ,Onion Dip..s o, 3/$1.19 FI.AVORITE - Reg. or Shells Macarni " " "iis! ] i ) ";'  49 DONUTS. ;et;ble Oil. u 00Sl.29  Fresh Baked Da,lyl ItLAVORKIST  Full s4deOion d item !. Please Ton_stem' Pop .,; 69' - ..,, ,o, .,..,,