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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, LaGrange mrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer Garkies camp with 10 of their grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie took 10 of their grandchildren to Injun Joe Campground south of Hannibal Tues- day til Friday. Those staying were Mrs. Kay Tonkinson, Randy and Tammy, Mrs. Paulette Novel, Chris and Tim, Phil, Dina, Jill, Brian and Carrie Garkie and Shone Moon. Other visitors going down were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garkie, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Prisner, Jeremy and Jason Brumbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rossiter, Jason and Jayme Murphy, and Mrs. Nita Primm and David. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke visited Monday in Hannibal with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foubester. Mrs. Georgia Richter and Mrs. Penny Norton and Rachel Louise visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Grace Green of Canton. Monday evening Mrs. Richter, Mrs. Norton, J. Ryan and Rachel visited Mrs. Hilda Logsdon and David. Monday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Garkie, Carrie and Nicholas were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie and Mrs. Kay Tonkinson, Randy and Tammy. Mrs. Ben Roddy and Jenilee, Ms. Linda Stanbridge and Miss Bethany St. Laurent were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Recent visitors of Miss Blanche Bally were Miss Nicole Martin of Canton, Mrs. Jessie Belemeyer, Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, Mrs. Mae Vaughn, Mrs. Reva Harrison, Mrs. Nina Carter and Mrs. Frances Blivens. Miss Bally also had a phone call from Jerry Martin of Houstin, Tex., saying he would soon he home for a week's vacation. Mr. and Ilrs. Kenneth Bailey were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey and Thomas in Quincy. All attended Christ Lutheran Church where Mrs. Jim Bailey was soloist. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ridgway of Hallsville returned Sharalee and Kimberlee Smith to their home on Monday after a week's visit. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack had the following visitors last week: Tuesday guests were Wallace Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Hackamack of Jefferson City, Wednesday was Mrs. Noble Koch of Quincy, Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hackamack of Quincy and grand- daughter. Dariann, and friend, Carlos, of Arizq.na and Mrs. Cheryl Hickerson, Kelly and Erick of Payson. Mrs. Becky Hackamack, Adam and Audrey of Quincy were Sunday afternoon visi- tors. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer and Linda Stanbridge visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rothfuss of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ReSter of Hot Springs, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ReSter of Quincy visited their sister, Mrs. Dorothy Brill, Sunday. Lisa, Stacey and Kristina Branham spent last week in Holdrege, Neb., with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper. Their great grandmother, Mrs. Helen TaLe of Kirksville, accompanied them. Mrs. Wayne Schork of Rockville, Ill., was a :unday overnight guest of Bob and Jenny Murphy. Ted and Heather Childers of St. Louis returned to their home Friday after spending a week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan. Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Warren , Ridge spent Friday to Monday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis and Jessica in Montgomery City. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean and Scotty of Mt. Pleasant were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Solter. Miss Julie Northrup of Quincy and Mrs. Sherrie Bell and Kendall were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Ms. Julian Hoyes. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolfmeyer and Igranddaughter, Jennifer, of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wolfmeyer were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfmeyer. Lisa Howe spent Thursday overnight with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh White of Canton were Monday evening visitors in the Woutzke home. Mrs. Robert Tonkinson, Randy and Tammy of Maloolm, Neb., are spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie ho6ted a diqner Sunday in their homenoring Mrs. Kay Tonkinson, Randnd Tammy, who are visiting them from Malcolm, Neb. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jennings, Gregg and Nell, Chad and Brian Jennings, Paul Bringer, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bringer, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moon and Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garkie, Dina, Jill and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Garkie, Leanne and Phil, Miss Darla Lay, Mrs. Paulette Novel, Chris and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Garkie, Carrie and Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bringer and Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bringer. The afternoon was spent taking pictures, visiting and playing volleyball. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Jr., Rhonda and Riley and Carolyn Wilson spent the past two weeks traveling in the western states. They stopped in Ogden, Utah, to visit Mrs. Bonnie Sumner and children, then to the Tallent reunion. Coming back by way of Yellowstone National Park, Black Hills, S. D., they also toured through the Bad Lands of South Dakota and stopped by the Corn Palace. One night was spent with Denise Wilson at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murphy, Jason and Jayme returned Friday to their home in Yukon, Okla., after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rossiter and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nobis, Jalinn and Jada of Paxton spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace House. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis House of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie House, Tina and Lisa of LaBelle were visitors one day during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Tiemann of Ottumwa spent a week of their vacation visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tiemann. On Saturday they, along with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Tiemann of Hannibal, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tiemann, Jon and Shawn, and Mrs. Forest Tiemann attended the wedding of Miss Robyn Tiemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiemann of Ewing. Miss Pam Hardin and Phillip Buening of Canton and Kendall Bell visited Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Roger" Campbell in Batesville, Ark. Richard Campbell returned to Bates- ville with them after a three week isit with his parents, . Northeast Missouri Library Service LaGrange Branch flits. Thetma Brinkley Lovestrong by Dorothy Greenbaum. They told Dorothy Greenbaum that she'd never make it through medical school, but she proved them wrong. What's more, she showed them that having a husband and children didn't hurt her career. It made her a better doctor. At age 23 Dorothy Greenbaum, a junior high English teacher with a six-month-old baby, was one of the least likely people to think of going to medical school. But on a cold February night, she revealed to her husband, Eddie, a high school social studies teacher, the only secret she had kept from him since they were childhood sweethearts growing up in Bethany St. Laurent spent Friday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares in Kahoka. Mrs. Blanche Summers, Mrs. Irene Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Sutter, Tara and Josh of Taylor were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Martin. Mrs. Alberta Rubison, due to illness, has moved to the home of her son, Fred Rubison, 202 Westview Dr.. Knoxville, Ill. 61448. Her birthday is Aug. 11. Maybe her friends would like to remember her with a card or letter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy hosted a dinner for their grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Murphy and Kelly of Woodward, Okla., on Wednesday, for Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murphy, Jason and Jayme of Yukon, Okla., on Tuesday, and on Friday Ms. Linda Stanbridge and Bethany St. Laurent of Dale City, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Murphy, Scott and Kevin of Columbia were honored. Others present on Friday for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kattelman of Kahoka, Mrs. Ben Roddy, Jared, Jessica and Janilee of Sioux Center, Ia. Kyle and Julie Gares of Kahoka, Bob and Jenny Murphy and Ed and Hazel Wolfmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Elm. Eiff in Quincy. LaGrange Christian Church revival, 7 p.m. nightly Aug. 11-16. the Bronx -- that she had always wanted to be a doctor. And so, with no science background, no money, Dor- othy Greenbaum began her ten-year journey toward becoming a pediatri- cian. It was anything but a smooth path. Her husband lost his job, they had another baby, and they sometimes ate raisin bran for dinner. But they made it. Lovestrong takes the reader on a journey where three roads converge -- medicine, marriage, and motherhood. Second Daughter by Katherine Wei is a memoir of growing up in China and has the ingredients of a novel: family rivalry, unrequitted love, jealousy, greed and bravery. Covering the years from her birth in 1930 to her departure for America in 1949, the story moves from the stately splendors of Peking, her birthplace, to the feudal remoteness of her father's ancestral home in Hunan, to wartorn Chungking, to Shanghai in the frenzied days just preceding the Communist takeover. Against this exotic backdrop an intimate family drama is played out, involving characte any place and any unloved child mother, her Anerica-educated fortune, her older gifted child possess longed for. The makes for To head drive in Voice of the St. Jack Buck, Chapter of the Foundation haS Buswell door -to-do area. Buswell will door-to-door funds which will care for cl fibrosis. LaGrange Chamber of sponsors Country Western I,00[lO00 Z3JW S00PT. AT LaGRANGE ;ALL PARK BEGINNING 11 a.m. to ? t,U00tC}Z ,oo, ,o,o BROCKWURST SANDWICHES I'ISll rR? ENTERTAINMENT PEDAL POWER TRIKE PULL, DUNKING BOOTH, GREASED POLE, FLEA MAN'S LEG CONTEST "'-Chainsaw and Crosscut 7 PJ& 11:00 A.M. TRIKE & BIKE SLOW PITCH BALL 9:00 P.M. Miss LaOrange Contest Rounci Square 13ance LaGrange i Route C taGrmge, Mo. 655-2232 )URS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-11:0 Greg McVeigh l Sot. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans. Sun. 1:00-6:00 WASHINGTON 14 ;ET POTATOES Family ASSORTED PORK CHOPS $ 29 Cantaloupe..... ..,.,, 7T FLAVORITE Country Style Smoked Sausage...... u. Sl.89 Yellow Onions......, '".  89 w.o. co,. ,,o Jumbo Franks......... , 99 PEPSI, DIET DEW, SLICE 12-12 Oz. Cans FLAVORITE CHOICE BONELESS RIB EYE STEAK Great for Grilling 39 DUBUQUE Chunk Braunsweiger........ u,. 59 Thurs., Fri., (Details available in ....... , WILSON $ FARMSTEAD Boneless V2 Hams (sIIc, d F,.) u. Sl.69 FRESH, TENDER Baby Beef Liver........ Lb. 69 All Beef Sandwich Steaks Steak-Umm S2 89 , , , , , , 14 Oz. Pk|. 6 FLAVORITE Shredded Cheddar or Mozzarella, o. S l. 19' 0'S PIZZAS All Varieties KRAFT Macaroni & Dinners $ '% Oz. RALSTON KRAFT Cheez Whiz....., o . .Sl.09 KRAFT Soft Philly Cream Cheese... , Oz. 99 Sunflakes Cereal. :: :" SOFT ,,,,.o ,, .. - Sl.79 Mushrooms..... PENN DUTCH Stem & Pieccm MARGARINE Ice Milk Bars.... u F,,n,h" ,o, Sl 29 --.-.- Fries....... = Lb. . ..rr.esauce . . . . . ,, O1, BAtCQUET All Var. PETER PAN Man Pleaser Dinners....$1.49 Peanut Butter..... " RN - Toilet Tissue ......Ro,, ,,,.Sl.09 ,von  DONUTS. Instant Tea....... 3 Oz. Sl.79 Fresh Baked Daily! SUPER VAUJ Full selection of Is. Please hltines........... 59 .0,, ,o, Mr. Coffee Filters.... KAS AU'O POTATO CHIPS Dog Food . . . .,, o. - 'J' VANISH 12 Oz. Automatic Bowl Cleaner .' FRESH BAKED DAILY i Glazed Donuts.... N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, LaGrange mrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer Garkies camp with 10 of their grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie took 10 of their grandchildren to Injun Joe Campground south of Hannibal Tues- day til Friday. Those staying were Mrs. Kay Tonkinson, Randy and Tammy, Mrs. Paulette Novel, Chris and Tim, Phil, Dina, Jill, Brian and Carrie Garkie and Shone Moon. Other visitors going down were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garkie, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Prisner, Jeremy and Jason Brumbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rossiter, Jason and Jayme Murphy, and Mrs. Nita Primm and David. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke visited Monday in Hannibal with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foubester. Mrs. Georgia Richter and Mrs. Penny Norton and Rachel Louise visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Grace Green of Canton. Monday evening Mrs. Richter, Mrs. Norton, J. Ryan and Rachel visited Mrs. Hilda Logsdon and David. Monday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Garkie, Carrie and Nicholas were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie and Mrs. Kay Tonkinson, Randy and Tammy. Mrs. Ben Roddy and Jenilee, Ms. Linda Stanbridge and Miss Bethany St. Laurent were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Recent visitors of Miss Blanche Bally were Miss Nicole Martin of Canton, Mrs. Jessie Belemeyer, Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, Mrs. Mae Vaughn, Mrs. Reva Harrison, Mrs. Nina Carter and Mrs. Frances Blivens. Miss Bally also had a phone call from Jerry Martin of Houstin, Tex., saying he would soon he home for a week's vacation. Mr. and Ilrs. Kenneth Bailey were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey and Thomas in Quincy. All attended Christ Lutheran Church where Mrs. Jim Bailey was soloist. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ridgway of Hallsville returned Sharalee and Kimberlee Smith to their home on Monday after a week's visit. Mrs. Beulah Hackamack had the following visitors last week: Tuesday guests were Wallace Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Hackamack of Jefferson City, Wednesday was Mrs. Noble Koch of Quincy, Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hackamack of Quincy and grand- daughter. Dariann, and friend, Carlos, of Arizq.na and Mrs. Cheryl Hickerson, Kelly and Erick of Payson. Mrs. Becky Hackamack, Adam and Audrey of Quincy were Sunday afternoon visi- tors. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer and Linda Stanbridge visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rothfuss of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ReSter of Hot Springs, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ReSter of Quincy visited their sister, Mrs. Dorothy Brill, Sunday. Lisa, Stacey and Kristina Branham spent last week in Holdrege, Neb., with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper. Their great grandmother, Mrs. Helen TaLe of Kirksville, accompanied them. Mrs. Wayne Schork of Rockville, Ill., was a :unday overnight guest of Bob and Jenny Murphy. Ted and Heather Childers of St. Louis returned to their home Friday after spending a week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sturhan. Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Warren , Ridge spent Friday to Monday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis and Jessica in Montgomery City. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean and Scotty of Mt. Pleasant were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Solter. Miss Julie Northrup of Quincy and Mrs. Sherrie Bell and Kendall were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Ms. Julian Hoyes. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolfmeyer and Igranddaughter, Jennifer, of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wolfmeyer were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfmeyer. Lisa Howe spent Thursday overnight with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh White of Canton were Monday evening visitors in the Woutzke home. Mrs. Robert Tonkinson, Randy and Tammy of Maloolm, Neb., are spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie ho6ted a diqner Sunday in their homenoring Mrs. Kay Tonkinson, Randnd Tammy, who are visiting them from Malcolm, Neb. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jennings, Gregg and Nell, Chad and Brian Jennings, Paul Bringer, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bringer, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moon and Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garkie, Dina, Jill and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Garkie, Leanne and Phil, Miss Darla Lay, Mrs. Paulette Novel, Chris and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Garkie, Carrie and Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bringer and Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bringer. The afternoon was spent taking pictures, visiting and playing volleyball. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tallent, Jr., Rhonda and Riley and Carolyn Wilson spent the past two weeks traveling in the western states. They stopped in Ogden, Utah, to visit Mrs. Bonnie Sumner and children, then to the Tallent reunion. Coming back by way of Yellowstone National Park, Black Hills, S. D., they also toured through the Bad Lands of South Dakota and stopped by the Corn Palace. One night was spent with Denise Wilson at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murphy, Jason and Jayme returned Friday to their home in Yukon, Okla., after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rossiter and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nobis, Jalinn and Jada of Paxton spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace House. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis House of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie House, Tina and Lisa of LaBelle were visitors one day during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Tiemann of Ottumwa spent a week of their vacation visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tiemann. On Saturday they, along with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Tiemann of Hannibal, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tiemann, Jon and Shawn, and Mrs. Forest Tiemann attended the wedding of Miss Robyn Tiemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiemann of Ewing. Miss Pam Hardin and Phillip Buening of Canton and Kendall Bell visited Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Roger" Campbell in Batesville, Ark. Richard Campbell returned to Bates- ville with them after a three week isit with his parents, . Northeast Missouri Library Service LaGrange Branch flits. Thetma Brinkley Lovestrong by Dorothy Greenbaum. They told Dorothy Greenbaum that she'd never make it through medical school, but she proved them wrong. What's more, she showed them that having a husband and children didn't hurt her career. It made her a better doctor. At age 23 Dorothy Greenbaum, a junior high English teacher with a six-month-old baby, was one of the least likely people to think of going to medical school. But on a cold February night, she revealed to her husband, Eddie, a high school social studies teacher, the only secret she had kept from him since they were childhood sweethearts growing up in Bethany St. Laurent spent Friday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares in Kahoka. Mrs. Blanche Summers, Mrs. Irene Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Sutter, Tara and Josh of Taylor were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Martin. Mrs. Alberta Rubison, due to illness, has moved to the home of her son, Fred Rubison, 202 Westview Dr.. Knoxville, Ill. 61448. Her birthday is Aug. 11. Maybe her friends would like to remember her with a card or letter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy hosted a dinner for their grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Murphy and Kelly of Woodward, Okla., on Wednesday, for Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murphy, Jason and Jayme of Yukon, Okla., on Tuesday, and on Friday Ms. Linda Stanbridge and Bethany St. Laurent of Dale City, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Murphy, Scott and Kevin of Columbia were honored. Others present on Friday for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kattelman of Kahoka, Mrs. Ben Roddy, Jared, Jessica and Janilee of Sioux Center, Ia. Kyle and Julie Gares of Kahoka, Bob and Jenny Murphy and Ed and Hazel Wolfmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Elm. Eiff in Quincy. LaGrange Christian Church revival, 7 p.m. nightly Aug. 11-16. the Bronx -- that she had always wanted to be a doctor. And so, with no science background, no money, Dor- othy Greenbaum began her ten-year journey toward becoming a pediatri- cian. It was anything but a smooth path. Her husband lost his job, they had another baby, and they sometimes ate raisin bran for dinner. But they made it. Lovestrong takes the reader on a journey where three roads converge -- medicine, marriage, and motherhood. Second Daughter by Katherine Wei is a memoir of growing up in China and has the ingredients of a novel: family rivalry, unrequitted love, jealousy, greed and bravery. Covering the years from her birth in 1930 to her departure for America in 1949, the story moves from the stately splendors of Peking, her birthplace, to the feudal remoteness of her father's ancestral home in Hunan, to wartorn Chungking, to Shanghai in the frenzied days just preceding the Communist takeover. Against this exotic backdrop an intimate family drama is played out, involving characte any place and any unloved child mother, her Anerica-educated fortune, her older gifted child possess longed for. The makes for To head drive in Voice of the St. Jack Buck, Chapter of the Foundation haS Buswell door -to-do area. Buswell will door-to-door funds which will care for cl fibrosis. LaGrange Chamber of sponsors Country Western I,00[lO00 Z3JW S00PT. AT LaGRANGE ;ALL PARK BEGINNING 11 a.m. to ? t,U00tC}Z ,oo, ,o,o BROCKWURST SANDWICHES I'ISll rR? ENTERTAINMENT PEDAL POWER TRIKE PULL, DUNKING BOOTH, GREASED POLE, FLEA MAN'S LEG CONTEST "'-Chainsaw and Crosscut 7 PJ& 11:00 A.M. TRIKE & BIKE SLOW PITCH BALL 9:00 P.M. Miss LaOrange Contest Rounci Square 13ance LaGrange i Route C taGrmge, Mo. 655-2232 )URS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-11:0 Greg McVeigh l Sot. 7:30-8:00 Dan Rosencrans. Sun. 1:00-6:00 WASHINGTON 14 ;ET POTATOES Family ASSORTED PORK CHOPS $ 29 Cantaloupe..... ..,.,, 7T FLAVORITE Country Style Smoked Sausage...... u. Sl.89 Yellow Onions......, '".  89 w.o. co,. ,,o Jumbo Franks......... , 99 PEPSI, DIET DEW, SLICE 12-12 Oz. Cans FLAVORITE CHOICE BONELESS RIB EYE STEAK Great for Grilling 39 DUBUQUE Chunk Braunsweiger........ u,. 59 Thurs., Fri., (Details available in ....... , WILSON $ FARMSTEAD Boneless V2 Hams (sIIc, d F,.) u. Sl.69 FRESH, TENDER Baby Beef Liver........ Lb. 69 All Beef Sandwich Steaks Steak-Umm S2 89 , , , , , , 14 Oz. Pk|. 6 FLAVORITE Shredded Cheddar or Mozzarella, o. S l. 19' 0'S PIZZAS All Varieties KRAFT Macaroni & Dinners $ '% Oz. RALSTON KRAFT Cheez Whiz....., o . .Sl.09 KRAFT Soft Philly Cream Cheese... , Oz. 99 Sunflakes Cereal. :: :" SOFT ,,,,.o ,, .. - Sl.79 Mushrooms..... PENN DUTCH Stem & Pieccm MARGARINE Ice Milk Bars.... u F,,n,h" ,o, Sl 29 --.-.- Fries....... = Lb. . ..rr.esauce . . . . . ,, O1, BAtCQUET All Var. PETER PAN Man Pleaser Dinners....$1.49 Peanut Butter..... " RN - Toilet Tissue ......Ro,, ,,,.Sl.09 ,von  DONUTS. Instant Tea....... 3 Oz. Sl.79 Fresh Baked Daily! SUPER VAUJ Full selection of Is. Please hltines........... 59 .0,, ,o, Mr. Coffee Filters.... KAS AU'O POTATO CHIPS Dog Food . . . .,, o. - 'J' VANISH 12 Oz. Automatic Bowl Cleaner .' FRESH BAKED DAILY i Glazed Donuts....