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AG BONUS PRICES EFFECTIVE STORE HOURS: JAN 31 -FEB 6 MON -- -8 ITEMS IN 10 - BETTY CROCKER HAMBERGER III IIII I I GENERAL MILLS Sr SAVE 26c 180Z SAVE 30c I 20 OZ OSE SKIM 'ALLON DRIP, E PERK ,B CAN SAV E I \ BALL PARK AL L M EAT, T--BONE BEEF 16OZ TAILS REMOVED TOP SIRLOIN BONELESS WASTE FREE GERMAN CHOCOLATE I LAYER BUTTERMILK PKG OF 6 LB LB OREGON CHIEF DEEP SMOKED ARMOURS PAN SIZE 12OZ BEEF ROLLED g TIED CROSS RIB PORK QUARTER PORK LOIN CUT INTO STEAKS & CHOPS POTATO LL 12 FOR FRUIT TURNOVfRSoF CHERRY OR APPLE LB LB LB LB REG I os H U NTS TOMATO ZIP LOC STORAGE REG OR POLMOLIVE LIQUID -- I III I 22OZ 20CT SU PER 4OCT I 32OZ REG" 17 REG 2 t The Sun, Thursday, January 31, 1980 7 By Floy Blair Art Hebert had knee surgery Jan. 21 at St. Vincent's Hospital and he is reported as getting along nicely and hopes to be home in a few days. Mrs. Lexie McKnight returned home last Tuesday after a two months visit with rela- tives in Missouri and Illinois. Mrs. Don Cooley, Mrs. Stacy Kilmer and FIoy Blair were in Salem last Wednesday to turn in the Rebekah "golden garbage" to the Com- munity Club program. Mrs. Glenn Lochner entertained the Tuesday afternoon pinochle club at her home with three tables of play. Mrs. Pearl Camp received high, Amy Rhein second and Mrs. Pearl Camp and Mrs. Nettle Walden re- ceived the pinochle prize. Mrs. Dorothy Hawk brought her son, Donald, home from the hospital where he will be re- cuperating for the next several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Kilmer were Sunday guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wallace of McMinnville. Mrs. Louise Thomp- son and Mrs. Mary Etta Newton drove to St. Helens Saturday to at- tend the St. Helens F.L. Club meeting and help them celebrate their fourth birthday. Garry Fletcher of Portland spent the weekend here with his parents,Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fletcher at their country home near Buell. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kreuger of Portland were Sunday guests of Mrs. Hedwig Gutbroad. Mrs. Ada Swartzen- druber spent most of the last week in Centralia, Wash., visiting at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pier. Callers at the John Fry home at different times from Thursday till Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gould of Seaside, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hart of Tillamook, Mr. and Mrs. Don Warner of Amity and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brink of McMinn- ville. Joyce and Cornelia Moule of Sheridan en- tertained their neice and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gleason and son Eric of Astoria last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Fry honored Mrs. Joe Carrol of Amity with a birthday dinner Saturday. KEIZER TRAVEL For airline tickets .Tours .Cruises .Amtrak tickets ,Tickets defivered to your door, on request. 393-6095 PHARNIACY TOPICS Doclors are finding that what the,,,' thought was a ~'~ ~ ~ "'viral infection" mav be whooping cough in ado- lescenls and adults. A farmer in Missouri praclices organic farming, eschewing fertilizers, pesticides andeven Pete Musgravep a . ' packaging, all of which can cause allergic The World Health Organ- ization predicts the end of I smallpox in the world by IleXl year. Vaccination ~ill cmltinuc in a few I underdeveloped COl.lll- tries, bttt not here. l.ast case ill the U.S. was 2h }rl2{IrN ~.1~..~(1 ill Texas. reactions. News of the \',odd of medicine, brought to you as a public service by Sheridan Drug, your family's center for health care products. The Best Prescription Service in the County 843-2422 103 E. MAIN let someone else 'cOOk SUNDAY BREAKFAST ,for you. It s delicious! 1 [ Enjoyour fine i ,,. / food 7 days a J / w eek fro m _ I :l / 10AM to 5PM Western 1 ~~ Deer ~~' Pork W 731"823&47H E RID AN R D