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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, high school class reunion over the Bob and Jenny ?,lurphy were also Lowary City, while she has been laid weekend. Sunday dinner guests. Ed anti-_Hazel up with a broken elbow Northeast Missouri Mr. andMrs. Arthur Woutzkespent Wolfneyer were Saturday e Mrs Martin Schafer and Mrs. Laura Library Service |aPmranFle.., v :p the weekend with their son. Mr. and callers. Bradshaw called in the Ed Wolfmeyer Mrs. Clinton Woutzke and George at Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith took home Thursday afternoon to visit Ms. Pontiac, IIL their daughters, Sharalee and Kimber- Linda Stanbridge. LaGrange Branch Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cottington and lee, to the St. Louis airport Saturday Mrs. Joe Marshall, Andy and mrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer i Fish fry held for 15th birthday celebration Saturday a 15th birthctay celebration for Erie Vannaken was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Vannaken. A fish fry was given in Eric&apos;s honor. Guests were Mr. and M. Harold Masten of Visalia, Calif., and Mrs. Larry Hubbard of Washington, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ewalt of LaBelle, Mrs. Nina Painter, Mrs. Alma Borgstadt and T. C. and Charles Lawerence. Greg Trujello of Denver, Colo., called his brother later that day to wish him a Happy Birthday. Mrs. Nina Painter and Mrs. Greta Springett were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Vannaken. Mrs. Vivian Beilstein has returned from a two week visit with relatives. She accompanied her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bane of Blue Grass, Ia. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bane at Apache Junction, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bane of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Mabel Little of E1 Ca jan, Calif., and Mrs. Roberta Young of San Diego, Calif. Bob Beilstein and son, Eric, of Huntington Beach, Calif., were also guests of Mrs. Young and enjoyed visiting with his mother, Mrs. Beilstein. Other places visited were the Painted Desert, Petrified Forest, San Diego Zoo, Sea Part'Village, Grand Canyon and Tijuana, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blessing and Jimmy visited his mother, Mrs. Roy Blessing, St., in a Kirksville hospital Friday evening, then enjoyed the rest of the weekend camping at Mark Twain Lake. Thursday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy were Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mrs. Bud Kattel- man of Kahoka, Mrs. Ben Roddy, Jessica and Jenilee of Sioux Center, la., Linda Stanbridge and Bethany St Laurent of Dale City, Va. Ms. Karla Cottrell of Houston, Tex., visited with relatives and attended her Shelly of Iodia, Ill., were Thursday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rohs. Mr. Cottington was a former band teacher at Highland. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Minger of Central Point, Ore., were Thursday to Monday guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guilfoyle. The Mingers attended a family reunion at Gutten- burg, In., Aug. 4. They are now visiting her brother, Henry Rhodes in Philadelphia. On Sunday all will attend his class reunion in Palmyra before flying back to their home in Oregon and preparing for a 3-week trip to Switzerland. Brad McDowell of Kewanee spent Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McDowell, Rusty and Scott were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf meyer were Wednesday to Sunday visitors of their son, Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Wolf meyer, Randy and Jeff in Mayville, Wis. Randy and Jeff returned home with their grandparents for a week's visit. They will also visit grandparents in Quincy before return- ing home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tracy spent the weekend in Columbia with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Novinger, Doug and Andy. The boys returned home with their grandparents for a week's visit in the Tracy home and with the other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Novinger. Charlie Tracy is also visiting his grandparents to play with his cousins. Donald Howe and grandson, Andy Howe of Quincy and Miss Beth Howe were Monday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke. Mrs. Elizabeth Tieman enjoyed a Tuesday to Friday visit from her children and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tieman, Kelly and David of McMinville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Horace, Scott, Robyn and Bret of O'Fallon. Mrs. Debbie DeWitt, J, T., Kay and Richard of Excello spent a week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Reese. They enjoyed trips to Mark Twain Lake, Wakonda State Park and Hannibal.. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murphy of Richmond spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. for a flight to Milwaukee to visit their aunt, Miss Kathy Salter, for several days. Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Beulah Hackamack were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hackamack, Adam and Audrey of Quincy. Keith Hackamack and family were also dinner guests of and Mrs. Cheryl Hickerson, Kelly and Erick of Payson were supper guests. Arthur Schroeder and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schroeder and daughters of Kansas City, Kan., visited Mrs. Laura Bradshaw Friday evening. Alton Minger of Central Point, Ore., was a Saturday evening caller in the Ed Wolfmeyer home. Mr. and Mrs Jack Adams, Vickie and Jake of Fort Worth, Tex., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Irene Adams, and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer took their daughter, Ms. Linda Stanbridge, and granddaughter, Bethany St. Laurent, to Lambert Field Saturday for their return home to Dale City, Va. Bethany had spent the summer with her grandparents and Linda was here 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent, Randall and Jason of Jefferson City were Sunday visitors and over night guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent. Mrs. Ruth Miner also spent Sunday in the Dent home. Mrs. Viola Tiemann and Mrs. Nina Carter visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Clara Edmunds in Palmyra. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murphy of Richmond were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ridge. Mrs. Jim Genenbacher and Mrs. Alvina Genenbacher of Quincy were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Steve Vaughn. On Monday Mrs. Jim Zimmerman and two grandchildren spent the day with Mrs. Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Campbell of Keokuk were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell. Rev. and Mrs. Braden and Mark, pastor of LaGrange Methodist Church, and the district superintendent Bob Adams of Kirksville were Wednesday dinner guests at the UMW quilting group. Mrs. Velma Brown spent several days visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Baker and family in +, Matthew of Circle Pines, Minn., spent 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens. She also spent a weekend in Columbia with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stephens and Jennifer. Last Sunday Todd and Bettina White and Britt Hoteling went to Macomb to see their great great grandmother, Mrs. Florence Sprague. Others attend- ing the reunion were Dean, Myrna, Troy, Debbie and Meryet Hoteling. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Eeese visited Mr. and Mrs. Orie Little in Kirksville Sunday. All enjoyed an outing at Thousand Hills State Park. Miss Amy Campbell and Miss Laura Holloway of Pryor, Okla., spent last week visiting Amy's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spilker of Bethel were Sunday' afternoon visitors of Miss Mildred Spilker. Mrs. Lewis Pascoe of Troy spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling and family. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hayes, Nikki, Erika and Josh, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Foster of Quincy, Ms. Pat Hardin and Pam of Canton, Brian Schmid of Kahoka and Donald Cummings of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw, Jenni- fer and Jamie of Texas were Wednesday to Friday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw. Joining them for supper Thursday were Mrs. Laura Bradshaw, Mrs. Alvera Bradshaw and Gary Vaughn. Miss Kim Uhlmeyer and friend of Canton were Thursday evening callers of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell. Mrs. Georgia Richter called on her mother. Mrs. Hilda Logsdon and David Sunday evening. Jennifer and Jamie Bradshaw and Sharalee and Kimberlee Smith called on Mrs. Laura Bradshaw Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer, Linda Stanbridge and Bethany St. Laurent toured Cannon Dam anti other points of interest Tuesday afternoon. mrs. Thetma Bdnkley I Seven Steps To Treason by Michael Hartland. Vienna: once an imperial, capital, now a bleak city of spies where faceless men and women weave a web of deception and blackmail around a high-ranking Western diplo- mat. William Cable, British ambassador to the United Nations, is growing restless, yearning for his former life as an intelligence agent. But when his wish comes true, it is under terrifying circumstances: the Soviets need Cable's cooperation, and their black- mail strategy is twofold First, they kidnap his 19-year-old daughter and imprison her behind the Iron Curtain. Then, they threaten to expose a past mistake of Cable's that would seem to confirm suspicions that he once betrayed a fellow agent. Bill Cable is out country turns a for assistance; his disappears; and the playing a dangerous that is forcing him road to treason. Lizzie by Zvan most celebrated to astonishing and novel. And the in American unexpected step by a notorious woman shocking clarity. Here is Lizzie history and legend " woman of hot blood l fighting against her England upbringing, the late-Victorian Paris and the Riviera, out her meager life Massachusetts town. Seething prisoner of her Borden finally, on tll -- but how and why her uncompromisir heart of this work of the ima LaGrange Chamber of sponsors Country C Western LA)OR :h?, SEPT. 2 AT LaGRANGE BALL PARK BEGINNING 11 a.m. to ? LI;00CZ00 ,oo, 00o,o .o, .u.-. BROCKWURST SANDWICHES PISIt PR? Miss taOrange Contest 9:00 P.M. WITH R0und C Square 00ance CIDI00R FACTORY w.,. ,o,, :F THIKUGHOUT THE DAY . A VARIETY Of: 00NTERTAINMINT FLIA LaGrange LaGrange, Mo 655-2232 Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:0 Greg McVelgh Sat. 7:30-1h00 Don Rosencrans, Sun. 8:00-6:00 IGHT TO LIMIT Ad Prices in Effect ust 15 thru 21 THOMPSON I U.S.D.A. CHOICE ROUND STEAK AA ; , J,,. FLAVORrrE -,m,a uw m , ,mr ii .,c,mv sMo,m Thurs., Fri., BACON avodable in (B.T.L.=) $ 39 c.o,c. BONELESS ,ESS GRAPES $ 49 00r;..TBeef.. :':.[=. ,,,. 9 see us on 9: __. . SideofBeefto Pork Spare R,bs ...... 00Sl.29 Freezer (Cut. Wrapped | . SEITZ (All Meat) /=4 mt=, BIr{I l, Fr.'! 8r--rlt $ Big 8 Franks...t....  0. i.. ,* ] at ,.- twurst...or,olion).. 1.99 Jumbo Pears...... z '1. T.  ELF " "'1 _ _ UU Pork St, ak........ Lb $].09 SAPERE';I)WEI ;, Carrots...... 2, "' k " " " ... v FLAVORITE .,$.. WhoIePor KoasT.......,yy" /..?.: |CE CREAM "4;Su,, ; Sweet Corn........ I/I.UO , I,,..m,,m ,: .- ) MICHm, N ta. _/$1i,Aoll , FLAVORITE  : $129 "Peppers..., ..+ COTTAGE CHEESE00P "+ I = +. | O' Vli:H qld[ /i Orange Juice...... ;= oS1.19 Chocolate Syrup..... Burntos........  v, ,l/YY Charcoal........ , oz.  ;elveeto Cheese Spread. :)3.29 fis"h'fi';lets.........,,/, o.99' BLUE BONNET Margarine 59 , o, , 1 Lb. HEINZ FLAVORITE Ketchup.........., Sl.29 Sour Cream........., o.39 CHEF BOYARDEE 15 Oz. q tomgna or Spaghetti w/,, 79 ORTEGA Hot or Mild DONUTS . Taco sauce..  . . . . . , o. 79 Fresh Baked Do, Iv! -- Full dectton of Items, Plmse Crisco Shortening..... s2.59 c.,, oeod for 11=4<:1, orderl. Gold Medal Flour..... =N= =U= NEW Fiur O Cereal. ;=, o  Tuna Salad....... ,' ' Frosted Brownms. =7 o $ N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 15, 1985, high school class reunion over the Bob and Jenny ?,lurphy were also Lowary City, while she has been laid weekend. Sunday dinner guests. Ed anti-_Hazel up with a broken elbow Northeast Missouri Mr. andMrs. Arthur Woutzkespent Wolfneyer were Saturday e Mrs Martin Schafer and Mrs. Laura Library Service |aPmranFle.., v :p the weekend with their son. Mr. and callers. Bradshaw called in the Ed Wolfmeyer Mrs. Clinton Woutzke and George at Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith took home Thursday afternoon to visit Ms. Pontiac, IIL their daughters, Sharalee and Kimber- Linda Stanbridge. LaGrange Branch Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cottington and lee, to the St. Louis airport Saturday Mrs. Joe Marshall, Andy and mrs. Hazel Wolfmeyer i Fish fry held for 15th birthday celebration Saturday a 15th birthctay celebration for Erie Vannaken was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Vannaken. A fish fry was given in Eric's honor. Guests were Mr. and M. Harold Masten of Visalia, Calif., and Mrs. Larry Hubbard of Washington, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ewalt of LaBelle, Mrs. Nina Painter, Mrs. Alma Borgstadt and T. C. and Charles Lawerence. Greg Trujello of Denver, Colo., called his brother later that day to wish him a Happy Birthday. Mrs. Nina Painter and Mrs. Greta Springett were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Vannaken. Mrs. Vivian Beilstein has returned from a two week visit with relatives. She accompanied her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bane of Blue Grass, Ia. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bane at Apache Junction, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bane of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Mabel Little of E1 Ca jan, Calif., and Mrs. Roberta Young of San Diego, Calif. Bob Beilstein and son, Eric, of Huntington Beach, Calif., were also guests of Mrs. Young and enjoyed visiting with his mother, Mrs. Beilstein. Other places visited were the Painted Desert, Petrified Forest, San Diego Zoo, Sea Part'Village, Grand Canyon and Tijuana, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blessing and Jimmy visited his mother, Mrs. Roy Blessing, St., in a Kirksville hospital Friday evening, then enjoyed the rest of the weekend camping at Mark Twain Lake. Thursday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy were Mrs. Clifford Gares and Mrs. Bud Kattel- man of Kahoka, Mrs. Ben Roddy, Jessica and Jenilee of Sioux Center, la., Linda Stanbridge and Bethany St Laurent of Dale City, Va. Ms. Karla Cottrell of Houston, Tex., visited with relatives and attended her Shelly of Iodia, Ill., were Thursday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rohs. Mr. Cottington was a former band teacher at Highland. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Minger of Central Point, Ore., were Thursday to Monday guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guilfoyle. The Mingers attended a family reunion at Gutten- burg, In., Aug. 4. They are now visiting her brother, Henry Rhodes in Philadelphia. On Sunday all will attend his class reunion in Palmyra before flying back to their home in Oregon and preparing for a 3-week trip to Switzerland. Brad McDowell of Kewanee spent Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McDowell, Rusty and Scott were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf meyer were Wednesday to Sunday visitors of their son, Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Wolf meyer, Randy and Jeff in Mayville, Wis. Randy and Jeff returned home with their grandparents for a week's visit. They will also visit grandparents in Quincy before return- ing home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tracy spent the weekend in Columbia with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Novinger, Doug and Andy. The boys returned home with their grandparents for a week's visit in the Tracy home and with the other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Novinger. Charlie Tracy is also visiting his grandparents to play with his cousins. Donald Howe and grandson, Andy Howe of Quincy and Miss Beth Howe were Monday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke. Mrs. Elizabeth Tieman enjoyed a Tuesday to Friday visit from her children and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tieman, Kelly and David of McMinville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Horace, Scott, Robyn and Bret of O'Fallon. Mrs. Debbie DeWitt, J, T., Kay and Richard of Excello spent a week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Reese. They enjoyed trips to Mark Twain Lake, Wakonda State Park and Hannibal.. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murphy of Richmond spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. for a flight to Milwaukee to visit their aunt, Miss Kathy Salter, for several days. Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Beulah Hackamack were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hackamack and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hackamack, Adam and Audrey of Quincy. Keith Hackamack and family were also dinner guests of and Mrs. Cheryl Hickerson, Kelly and Erick of Payson were supper guests. Arthur Schroeder and house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schroeder and daughters of Kansas City, Kan., visited Mrs. Laura Bradshaw Friday evening. Alton Minger of Central Point, Ore., was a Saturday evening caller in the Ed Wolfmeyer home. Mr. and Mrs Jack Adams, Vickie and Jake of Fort Worth, Tex., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Irene Adams, and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer took their daughter, Ms. Linda Stanbridge, and granddaughter, Bethany St. Laurent, to Lambert Field Saturday for their return home to Dale City, Va. Bethany had spent the summer with her grandparents and Linda was here 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent, Randall and Jason of Jefferson City were Sunday visitors and over night guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent. Mrs. Ruth Miner also spent Sunday in the Dent home. Mrs. Viola Tiemann and Mrs. Nina Carter visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Clara Edmunds in Palmyra. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murphy of Richmond were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ridge. Mrs. Jim Genenbacher and Mrs. Alvina Genenbacher of Quincy were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Steve Vaughn. On Monday Mrs. Jim Zimmerman and two grandchildren spent the day with Mrs. Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Campbell of Keokuk were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell. Rev. and Mrs. Braden and Mark, pastor of LaGrange Methodist Church, and the district superintendent Bob Adams of Kirksville were Wednesday dinner guests at the UMW quilting group. Mrs. Velma Brown spent several days visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Baker and family in +, Matthew of Circle Pines, Minn., spent 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens. She also spent a weekend in Columbia with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stephens and Jennifer. Last Sunday Todd and Bettina White and Britt Hoteling went to Macomb to see their great great grandmother, Mrs. Florence Sprague. Others attend- ing the reunion were Dean, Myrna, Troy, Debbie and Meryet Hoteling. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Eeese visited Mr. and Mrs. Orie Little in Kirksville Sunday. All enjoyed an outing at Thousand Hills State Park. Miss Amy Campbell and Miss Laura Holloway of Pryor, Okla., spent last week visiting Amy's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spilker of Bethel were Sunday' afternoon visitors of Miss Mildred Spilker. Mrs. Lewis Pascoe of Troy spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Deane Hoteling and family. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hoyes were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hayes, Nikki, Erika and Josh, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Foster of Quincy, Ms. Pat Hardin and Pam of Canton, Brian Schmid of Kahoka and Donald Cummings of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw, Jenni- fer and Jamie of Texas were Wednesday to Friday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw. Joining them for supper Thursday were Mrs. Laura Bradshaw, Mrs. Alvera Bradshaw and Gary Vaughn. Miss Kim Uhlmeyer and friend of Canton were Thursday evening callers of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell. Mrs. Georgia Richter called on her mother. Mrs. Hilda Logsdon and David Sunday evening. Jennifer and Jamie Bradshaw and Sharalee and Kimberlee Smith called on Mrs. Laura Bradshaw Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfmeyer, Linda Stanbridge and Bethany St. Laurent toured Cannon Dam anti other points of interest Tuesday afternoon. mrs. Thetma Bdnkley I Seven Steps To Treason by Michael Hartland. Vienna: once an imperial, capital, now a bleak city of spies where faceless men and women weave a web of deception and blackmail around a high-ranking Western diplo- mat. William Cable, British ambassador to the United Nations, is growing restless, yearning for his former life as an intelligence agent. But when his wish comes true, it is under terrifying circumstances: the Soviets need Cable's cooperation, and their black- mail strategy is twofold First, they kidnap his 19-year-old daughter and imprison her behind the Iron Curtain. Then, they threaten to expose a past mistake of Cable's that would seem to confirm suspicions that he once betrayed a fellow agent. Bill Cable is out country turns a for assistance; his disappears; and the playing a dangerous that is forcing him road to treason. Lizzie by Zvan most celebrated to astonishing and novel. And the in American unexpected step by a notorious woman shocking clarity. Here is Lizzie history and legend " woman of hot blood l fighting against her England upbringing, the late-Victorian Paris and the Riviera, out her meager life Massachusetts town. Seething prisoner of her Borden finally, on tll -- but how and why her uncompromisir heart of this work of the ima LaGrange Chamber of sponsors Country C Western LA)OR :h?, SEPT. 2 AT LaGRANGE BALL PARK BEGINNING 11 a.m. to ? LI;00CZ00 ,oo, 00o,o .o, .u.-. BROCKWURST SANDWICHES PISIt PR? Miss taOrange Contest 9:00 P.M. WITH R0und C Square 00ance CIDI00R FACTORY w.,. ,o,, :F THIKUGHOUT THE DAY . A VARIETY Of: 00NTERTAINMINT FLIA LaGrange LaGrange, Mo 655-2232 Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:0 Greg McVelgh Sat. 7:30-1h00 Don Rosencrans, Sun. 8:00-6:00 IGHT TO LIMIT Ad Prices in Effect ust 15 thru 21 THOMPSON I U.S.D.A. CHOICE ROUND STEAK AA ; , J,,. FLAVORrrE -,m,a uw m , ,mr ii .,c,mv sMo,m Thurs., Fri., BACON avodable in (B.T.L.=) $ 39 c.o,c. BONELESS ,ESS GRAPES $ 49 00r;..TBeef.. :':.[=. ,,,. 9 see us on 9: __. . SideofBeefto Pork Spare R,bs ...... 00Sl.29 Freezer (Cut. Wrapped | . SEITZ (All Meat) /=4 mt=, BIr{I l, Fr.'! 8r--rlt $ Big 8 Franks...t....  0. i.. ,* ] at ,.- twurst...or,olion).. 1.99 Jumbo Pears...... z '1. T.  ELF " "'1 _ _ UU Pork St, ak........ Lb $].09 SAPERE';I)WEI ;, Carrots...... 2, "' k " " " ... v FLAVORITE .,$.. WhoIePor KoasT.......,yy" /..?.: |CE CREAM "4;Su,, ; Sweet Corn........ I/I.UO , I,,..m,,m ,: .- ) MICHm, N ta. _/$1i,Aoll , FLAVORITE  : $129 "Peppers..., ..+ COTTAGE CHEESE00P "+ I = +. | O' Vli:H qld[ /i Orange Juice...... ;= oS1.19 Chocolate Syrup..... Burntos........  v, ,l/YY Charcoal........ , oz.  ;elveeto Cheese Spread. :)3.29 fis"h'fi';lets.........,,/, o.99' BLUE BONNET Margarine 59 , o, , 1 Lb. HEINZ FLAVORITE Ketchup.........., Sl.29 Sour Cream........., o.39 CHEF BOYARDEE 15 Oz. q tomgna or Spaghetti w/,, 79 ORTEGA Hot or Mild DONUTS . Taco sauce..  . . . . . , o. 79 Fresh Baked Do, Iv! -- Full dectton of Items, Plmse Crisco Shortening..... s2.59 c.,, oeod for 11=4<:1, orderl. Gold Medal Flour..... =N= =U= NEW Fiur O Cereal. ;=, o  Tuna Salad....... ,' ' Frosted Brownms. =7 o $