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N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-NewsJournaI, Canton, lWo.,Thursdsy, November7, r 1 Scouts LaG .a ge G" Junior Hackamack, Keith Hackamack Jake's Vietnam war buddies and r n lr and familv and Mrs. Howard Hacka- Northeast Missouri discovers that her husband's hunting sales goal of 213] LaG g mack, Adam, AudrevandAshlevFave L b r S i accident was no accident but Clt?Gi?SckJeoo ran e of Quincy. " " * I rC] erv ce premediated murder. A weekend of pheasant hunting at .... Corydon, Ia., was enjoyed bv Russell LaGrange Branch Or The Bambina Dies hails the " ' "e Time, and Girl Area Girl Scout Council_. mrs. Hazel Wolfmeger and Greg Heindselman,'Glen'Rohs and return of Peter Inchbold's popular k  Scouts from LaGrange are now taking 16 counties in Northeast hero, Franco Corti. in a riviting new order By selling cookies girls from ,, irls sold:: Roy Stephens .... . , Last v.,ear the o ,-,k, I I Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. mrs. Theima tale of suspense, mystery and danger. Leland Kolthoff were Mrs. Carolyn Soon after Dr. Negroni of Florence the community are able to participate of cookies and our goal  | in a variety of events. Last year Girl 2137 boxes," said Jo coolY,| insures his son's life with Lloyd's of Scout Troops No. 51.52, 68 and 71 were chairman, of LaGrange. Celebrate 7th Dobbs. Mrs. Dorothy Ellison and Mr. Bloody Kin by Margaret Maron. London, six-year-old Salvatore dis- able to attend Brownie Day, Junior For more information, birthday of Velvet Salter and Mrs. Steve Bunger, Troy, Craig and Chase. Mrs. Donna Johnson of Park Forest and daughter, Mrs. Shelly Shankland and Tyffani of Little Rock. Ark., were Wednesday visitors of their aunt. Mrs Laura Bradshaw. In the evening all were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Krueger and family of Monti- cello. Randy Johnson was also an evening guest to see his mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cummings and Tricia Hardin of Canton were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf meyer spent a week in Dale City, Va., with their daughters. Linda Stanbridge and Edda Linn Chrestman, Bethany and Matthew and Miss Michele Stanbridge of Alexandria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sackman of Keokuk were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Mr. and 'Mrs. Donnie Dent and Emily of Wyaconda, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent. Randal and Jason of Jefferson City and Mrs. Scott Wear- mouth of Urbandale, In., were all weekend visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent. Mr. and Mrs. Don Howe, Lisa and Beth were Thursday supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke. Mrs. Vivian Beilstein spent Monday with Mrs. Zanna Mac Frieden in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie and Mrs. Blanche Jennings met Mrs. Dean Novel of New London in Hannibal Saturday and all attended the Folklife Festival. Roy Michael Johnston and Troy Bayer visited Roy's grandmother, Mrs. Hilda Logsdon, and David Saturday. Rachele Schafer of Palmyra spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schafer and Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waterman drove to KeoRuk fdr Mrs. Vdffa-'Wth-e bfi .......... When Jake Honeycutt is killed in a hunting accident, his pregnant wife, Kate, decides to return to the North Carolina farm where Jake grew up. A successful fabric designer, she leaves behind the fast-paced life of Manhattan and a comfortable apartment overlook- ing the Hudson for the idyllic world of cotton and tobacco fields, of piney woods and quiet starlit nights. But Kate's arrival on the farm is far from peaceful: on her first day, she stumbles across the body of one of to Davenport where they spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ryan and Jamie. Jamie returned home with her grandparents for a week's visiL Mrs. Winona Bertikofer of Quincy took her aunt, Mrs. Laura Bradshaw, out to 'lunch on Friday to help celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Cecil Garkie visited her mother, Mrs. Minnie Hogge, at the Knox Co.Nursing Home Wednesday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guilfoyle were Mrs. Karen Gard, Stephanie and Amanda of Palmyra, and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Guilfoyle and Justin. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Guilfoyle and Jason of Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guilfoyle, Jared, Melissa and Derrick and Charles Guilfoyle, Brian and Stacey. On Thursday afternoon Ms. Lonette Powers of Quincy visited her parents. Mrs. do dutte attended the Wayland Methodist Church bazaar and meal on Saturday and remained overnight with Mrs. Rachel Mac Steele. On Sunday she attended a bridal shower for Miss Pat Krueger at St. Patrick. Mrs. dackie Kramer returned home Friday from a five week stay in the hospital. Mrs. Helen Bozarth Haerer of Clarendon Hills. Ill., and her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and Robert Sullivan of Lincoln, Neb., were Saturday afternoon visitors of Curtis Farr. Mrs. Haerer is the daughter of the !ate Carrol Bozatth of LaGra* She had lived in LaGrange until 193'1. appears. He is Italy's-and Lloyd's fourth kidnap victim in seven months. and the kidnappings are costing the insurance company millions. Lloyd's suspects it's an inside job, and they hire Franco Corti, former Scotland Yard Chief Inspector turned private eye, to untangle the web of treachery and corruption. From the grimy streets of London to the villas and wooded hillsides of the Florentine super-rich, Corti is drawn into a deadly psychological game of cat and mouse. He enters a world of Mafia kingpins and political terrorists. where money is lifeblood and murder. a way of life The Spy Who Got His Feet Wet by' Marc Lovell. He is chosen for the assignment because he has two traits peculiar among British intelligence agents: he's 6'7" and speaks Russian. Since these attributes make Appleton Porter stand out among his fellow spies, the bumbling: blushing, over- sized sleuth eagerly accepts the caper which takes him to Dublin for an international basketball tournament. Although he knows nothing about basketball and has often fouled out on previous assignments, Apple is certain he'll score some points with his superiors at Control this time. But early in the game, he realizes the caper is doomed. Just as he settles back, committed to turning the self-aborted mission into an enjoyable paid holiday, intrigue rears its ever fascinating head in the form of an attractive Soviet masseuse Apple has reason to believe is a Russian operative. Legal Services Directors to meet There will he a short meeting of the Board of Directors of Legal Services of Northeast Missouri, Inc. at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday Nov. 13 in Room 260 Federal Building, aOl Broadway, Hannibal. The 7th birthday of Velvet Salter was celebrated with ice cream and cake on Sunday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry SoRer, Carrie and Bruce Roy. Others present were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Salter, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith, Sharalee and Kim- berlee. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann visited Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zahn in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gare and grandson, Kyle, of Kahoka visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Raleigh, Andrea and Andrew were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garry Dinwiddie, Niki and Adam of New London. Mrs. Velma Shumate of Lewistow visited Miss Blanche Bally Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Vivian Beilstein spent Sunday with Mrs. Eleanor Stahl. Last week on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt hosted a pre-Thanksgiv- ing dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson of Keokuk who are leaving soon for the winter in Arizona. Others present were Mrs. Verda White of Keokuk, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ryan and Jamie of Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waterman and Steve Waterman and Nathan. The Lutheran Ladies met after church to make final plans for their ' Nov. 18 bazaar and smorgasbord. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leeser spent Friday to Sunday in Montgomery City with their daughter, Miss Patsy Leeser. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sneeden have returned from a 10 day visit in Billingham, Mass., with Mr. and Mrs. Pedrue Sneeden, Dan's brother. Much sightseeing was enjoyed in the area. Sunday guests of Mr:. and, Mrs, Beulah Hackamack were Mr: and Mrsl Day, and Ski and Swim Weekend from your order contact the money raised in cookies sales. LaGrange, at 655-4366. The girls will be selling cookies from Nov. 8 to Dec. 2, and there are seven kinds to choose from. The popular thin mint and shortbread cookies are Looking For More available, as well as caramel delites. peanut butter sandwich, lemon pastry cremes, peanut butter patties, and the A Logll? new chocolate chip. The cookies will be $2 a box and the money will benefit not only girls from LaGrange, but all the Girl Scouts in the Becky Thatcher Route C At Girl Scout Leadership training Economic conditions they are today, you Janice Smith, Troop No. 68. Jannice edge when you are Harrison, Troop No. 72, and Jo Cooley, loan. Production Credit Troop No. 71 from LaGrange recently has that edge attended an all day training session commitment to a held at South Shelby High School ::.: .... Shelbina. At PCA, borrowers al " "'Leadership - Let's Get Started" share a common gli' was sponsored by the Becky Thatcher profitable use of moneY Area Girl Scout Council. Workshops We're doing our part for experienced leaders, as well as agriculture strong and " new leaders, emphasized activities for girls in each level of Girl Scouting: Together We Can Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, and Senior. Skill-A-Thon's in the five worlds were held during the noon hour. JEFF The Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout I _ . , Council serves 16 counties in Northeast I 438 Lewm ..9--/. Mo., and is a participating United Way I 314-288-351 "WI) :i Agency. ii i |  I George Shouse Trucking I   E,ig, Mo. 63, !  'i Hauling : Lime, Fertmhzer, Call 314-494-3335 after 4/ ,,,,,,HHH,m,H,,,H,Hmmm,,m,m,,mmlmlmm,mm,,,M,, Sausage & illllllllllllllllllllllll) LaGrange FREE SAMPLES Hash Browns  Saturday Morning !llllmlumlml LoOrange, Mo. *i" 655-2232 .... Greg McVeigh Dan Rosencrans, 4OURS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:(] Sat. 7:30-8:00 Buy Now While Selection is Good U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" FLAVORITE BASTED d s in  Nov. 7 thru Nov. 13 Thurs., Fri., (Details available in store: WILSON Family PORK CHOPS Assorted $ 19 FRESH, LEAN ' LETTUCE TURKEY GROUND BEEF 49 89Y FA00TEAD :2y I pSjr( 'sa; Links... u..$1.99 m] SEITZ ;5;  FLAVORITE Wl0. ,r u. t,,, an;erries ........ ,, o 69' Chili Sticks......,  ,.Sl :!i: COTTAGE Pork Loin Chops.....Lb. ' White Potatoes 10 *- 99 uerc"raut.......  k, '' CHEESE ' oz. 88 Rib P Chops.....+.+'++ Grapefruit........  Lb. $1 .49 ! 00.,zA ... Green Cabbage... :,.lkib. 15' fILET TISSUE 6900o PEPSI, DIET, Spread....., ,, *2.09 . LL $ARGENTO Shredded $ DEW, SLICE Cheddar or Mozzarella. oz. 1.39 POT 39 ,,u,._, '] ]9 Bisquick. . . . . . . . o.Sl.69 Margarine ...... , S,.k, . BUTTER KERNAL 303 Size Corn, Peas, Green Beans 3/s1.19 Jeilo Gelatin ......s o 3/89 Rinso Detergent....., o. 99 * SNUGGLE " Off Lb Fabric Softener.... - o $1.49 ORTEGA Hot or Mild Taro Sauce . ........, o, 79 Toastem Pop Ups.... ,,, V.r:79 THANK YOU Cherry Pie Filling .... , o,. 99' THANK YOU Apple Pie Filling ..... 2o o,. 79 Sl 29 Hall O Logs C&H POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR Cool Whip.......... Hi-Lite Ice Milk . v, . -" JENO Pizza Roils........ l,  Totino Pizzas..... .,' N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-NewsJournaI, Canton, lWo.,Thursdsy, November7, r 1 Scouts LaG .a ge G" Junior Hackamack, Keith Hackamack Jake's Vietnam war buddies and r n lr and familv and Mrs. Howard Hacka- Northeast Missouri discovers that her husband's hunting sales goal of 213] LaG g mack, Adam, AudrevandAshlevFave L b r S i accident was no accident but Clt?Gi?SckJeoo ran e of Quincy. " " * I rC] erv ce premediated murder. A weekend of pheasant hunting at .... Corydon, Ia., was enjoyed bv Russell LaGrange Branch Or The Bambina Dies hails the " ' "e Time, and Girl Area Girl Scout Council_. mrs. Hazel Wolfmeger and Greg Heindselman,'Glen'Rohs and return of Peter Inchbold's popular k  Scouts from LaGrange are now taking 16 counties in Northeast hero, Franco Corti. in a riviting new order By selling cookies girls from ,, irls sold:: Roy Stephens .... . , Last v.,ear the o ,-,k, I I Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. mrs. Theima tale of suspense, mystery and danger. Leland Kolthoff were Mrs. Carolyn Soon after Dr. Negroni of Florence the community are able to participate of cookies and our goal  | in a variety of events. Last year Girl 2137 boxes," said Jo coolY,| insures his son's life with Lloyd's of Scout Troops No. 51.52, 68 and 71 were chairman, of LaGrange. Celebrate 7th Dobbs. Mrs. Dorothy Ellison and Mr. Bloody Kin by Margaret Maron. London, six-year-old Salvatore dis- able to attend Brownie Day, Junior For more information, birthday of Velvet Salter and Mrs. Steve Bunger, Troy, Craig and Chase. Mrs. Donna Johnson of Park Forest and daughter, Mrs. Shelly Shankland and Tyffani of Little Rock. Ark., were Wednesday visitors of their aunt. Mrs Laura Bradshaw. In the evening all were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Krueger and family of Monti- cello. Randy Johnson was also an evening guest to see his mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cummings and Tricia Hardin of Canton were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf meyer spent a week in Dale City, Va., with their daughters. Linda Stanbridge and Edda Linn Chrestman, Bethany and Matthew and Miss Michele Stanbridge of Alexandria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn were Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sackman of Keokuk were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy. Mr. and 'Mrs. Donnie Dent and Emily of Wyaconda, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dent. Randal and Jason of Jefferson City and Mrs. Scott Wear- mouth of Urbandale, In., were all weekend visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dent. Mr. and Mrs. Don Howe, Lisa and Beth were Thursday supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woutzke. Mrs. Vivian Beilstein spent Monday with Mrs. Zanna Mac Frieden in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garkie and Mrs. Blanche Jennings met Mrs. Dean Novel of New London in Hannibal Saturday and all attended the Folklife Festival. Roy Michael Johnston and Troy Bayer visited Roy's grandmother, Mrs. Hilda Logsdon, and David Saturday. Rachele Schafer of Palmyra spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schafer and Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waterman drove to KeoRuk fdr Mrs. Vdffa-'Wth-e bfi .......... When Jake Honeycutt is killed in a hunting accident, his pregnant wife, Kate, decides to return to the North Carolina farm where Jake grew up. A successful fabric designer, she leaves behind the fast-paced life of Manhattan and a comfortable apartment overlook- ing the Hudson for the idyllic world of cotton and tobacco fields, of piney woods and quiet starlit nights. But Kate's arrival on the farm is far from peaceful: on her first day, she stumbles across the body of one of to Davenport where they spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ryan and Jamie. Jamie returned home with her grandparents for a week's visiL Mrs. Winona Bertikofer of Quincy took her aunt, Mrs. Laura Bradshaw, out to 'lunch on Friday to help celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Cecil Garkie visited her mother, Mrs. Minnie Hogge, at the Knox Co.Nursing Home Wednesday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guilfoyle were Mrs. Karen Gard, Stephanie and Amanda of Palmyra, and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Guilfoyle and Justin. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Guilfoyle and Jason of Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guilfoyle, Jared, Melissa and Derrick and Charles Guilfoyle, Brian and Stacey. On Thursday afternoon Ms. Lonette Powers of Quincy visited her parents. Mrs. do dutte attended the Wayland Methodist Church bazaar and meal on Saturday and remained overnight with Mrs. Rachel Mac Steele. On Sunday she attended a bridal shower for Miss Pat Krueger at St. Patrick. Mrs. dackie Kramer returned home Friday from a five week stay in the hospital. Mrs. Helen Bozarth Haerer of Clarendon Hills. Ill., and her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and Robert Sullivan of Lincoln, Neb., were Saturday afternoon visitors of Curtis Farr. Mrs. Haerer is the daughter of the !ate Carrol Bozatth of LaGra* She had lived in LaGrange until 193'1. appears. He is Italy's-and Lloyd's fourth kidnap victim in seven months. and the kidnappings are costing the insurance company millions. Lloyd's suspects it's an inside job, and they hire Franco Corti, former Scotland Yard Chief Inspector turned private eye, to untangle the web of treachery and corruption. From the grimy streets of London to the villas and wooded hillsides of the Florentine super-rich, Corti is drawn into a deadly psychological game of cat and mouse. He enters a world of Mafia kingpins and political terrorists. where money is lifeblood and murder. a way of life The Spy Who Got His Feet Wet by' Marc Lovell. He is chosen for the assignment because he has two traits peculiar among British intelligence agents: he's 6'7" and speaks Russian. Since these attributes make Appleton Porter stand out among his fellow spies, the bumbling: blushing, over- sized sleuth eagerly accepts the caper which takes him to Dublin for an international basketball tournament. Although he knows nothing about basketball and has often fouled out on previous assignments, Apple is certain he'll score some points with his superiors at Control this time. But early in the game, he realizes the caper is doomed. Just as he settles back, committed to turning the self-aborted mission into an enjoyable paid holiday, intrigue rears its ever fascinating head in the form of an attractive Soviet masseuse Apple has reason to believe is a Russian operative. Legal Services Directors to meet There will he a short meeting of the Board of Directors of Legal Services of Northeast Missouri, Inc. at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday Nov. 13 in Room 260 Federal Building, aOl Broadway, Hannibal. The 7th birthday of Velvet Salter was celebrated with ice cream and cake on Sunday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry SoRer, Carrie and Bruce Roy. Others present were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Salter, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith, Sharalee and Kim- berlee. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Begemann visited Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zahn in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gare and grandson, Kyle, of Kahoka visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Murphy Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Raleigh, Andrea and Andrew were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garry Dinwiddie, Niki and Adam of New London. Mrs. Velma Shumate of Lewistow visited Miss Blanche Bally Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Vivian Beilstein spent Sunday with Mrs. Eleanor Stahl. Last week on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt hosted a pre-Thanksgiv- ing dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson of Keokuk who are leaving soon for the winter in Arizona. Others present were Mrs. Verda White of Keokuk, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ryan and Jamie of Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waterman and Steve Waterman and Nathan. The Lutheran Ladies met after church to make final plans for their ' Nov. 18 bazaar and smorgasbord. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leeser spent Friday to Sunday in Montgomery City with their daughter, Miss Patsy Leeser. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sneeden have returned from a 10 day visit in Billingham, Mass., with Mr. and Mrs. Pedrue Sneeden, Dan's brother. Much sightseeing was enjoyed in the area. Sunday guests of Mr:. and, Mrs, Beulah Hackamack were Mr: and Mrsl Day, and Ski and Swim Weekend from your order contact the money raised in cookies sales. LaGrange, at 655-4366. The girls will be selling cookies from Nov. 8 to Dec. 2, and there are seven kinds to choose from. The popular thin mint and shortbread cookies are Looking For More available, as well as caramel delites. peanut butter sandwich, lemon pastry cremes, peanut butter patties, and the A Logll? new chocolate chip. The cookies will be $2 a box and the money will benefit not only girls from LaGrange, but all the Girl Scouts in the Becky Thatcher Route C At Girl Scout Leadership training Economic conditions they are today, you Janice Smith, Troop No. 68. Jannice edge when you are Harrison, Troop No. 72, and Jo Cooley, loan. Production Credit Troop No. 71 from LaGrange recently has that edge attended an all day training session commitment to a held at South Shelby High School ::.: .... Shelbina. At PCA, borrowers al " "'Leadership - Let's Get Started" share a common gli' was sponsored by the Becky Thatcher profitable use of moneY Area Girl Scout Council. Workshops We're doing our part for experienced leaders, as well as agriculture strong and " new leaders, emphasized activities for girls in each level of Girl Scouting: Together We Can Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, and Senior. Skill-A-Thon's in the five worlds were held during the noon hour. JEFF The Becky Thatcher Area Girl Scout I _ . , Council serves 16 counties in Northeast I 438 Lewm ..9--/. Mo., and is a participating United Way I 314-288-351 "WI) :i Agency. ii i |  I George Shouse Trucking I   E,ig, Mo. 63, !  'i Hauling : Lime, Fertmhzer, Call 314-494-3335 after 4/ ,,,,,m,,HH,mmm,H,,,H,Hmmm,,m,m,,mmlmlmm,mm,,,M,, Sausage & illllllllllllllllllllllll) LaGrange FREE SAMPLES Hash Browns  Saturday Morning !llllmlumlml LoOrange, Mo. *i" 655-2232 .... Greg McVeigh Dan Rosencrans, 4OURS: Mon.-Frl. 8:00-8:(] Sat. 7:30-8:00 Buy Now While Selection is Good U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" FLAVORITE BASTED d s in  Nov. 7 thru Nov. 13 Thurs., Fri., (Details available in store: WILSON Family PORK CHOPS Assorted $ 19 FRESH, LEAN ' LETTUCE TURKEY GROUND BEEF 49 89Y FA00TEAD :2y I pSjr( 'sa; Links... u..$1.99 m] SEITZ ;5;  FLAVORITE Wl0. ,r u. t,,, an;erries ........ ,, o 69' Chili Sticks......,  ,.Sl :!i: COTTAGE Pork Loin Chops.....Lb. ' White Potatoes 10 *- 99 uerc"raut.......  k, '' CHEESE ' oz. 88 Rib P Chops.....+.+'++ Grapefruit........  Lb. $1 .49 ! 00.,zA ... Green Cabbage... :,.lkib. 15' fILET TISSUE 6900o PEPSI, DIET, Spread....., ,, *2.09 . LL $ARGENTO Shredded $ DEW, SLICE Cheddar or Mozzarella. oz. 1.39 POT 39 ,,u,._, '] ]9 Bisquick. . . . . . . . o.Sl.69 Margarine ...... , S,.k, . BUTTER KERNAL 303 Size Corn, Peas, Green Beans 3/s1.19 Jeilo Gelatin ......s o 3/89 Rinso Detergent....., o. 99 * SNUGGLE " Off Lb Fabric Softener.... - o $1.49 ORTEGA Hot or Mild Taro Sauce . ........, o, 79 Toastem Pop Ups.... ,,, V.r:79 THANK YOU Cherry Pie Filling .... , o,. 99' THANK YOU Apple Pie Filling ..... 2o o,. 79 Sl 29 Hall O Logs C&H POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR Cool Whip.......... Hi-Lite Ice Milk . v, . -" JENO Pizza Roils........ l,  Totino Pizzas..... .,'