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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 Workshop Held fn Martindale Parish ROCKNE - A workshop (or parish presidents and chair- men Riven by the deanery president and chairmen, was held at the Lockhart Deanery Council of Catholic Women's meeting, Sunday, November 9, in the Martindale Parish Hall Giving workshops were Mrs James Braden of San Marcos, president of the Lockhart Deanery; Mrs Ver- non Bartsch. community af- fairs chairman, Mrs Arthur Goertt, family affairs, both from Rockne, Mrs Henry Rabel, String Prairie, inter- national relations chairman; Mrs Mildred Kelley, San Marcos, church communities chairman, and Mr Connie, of Martindale, organization chairman The aims and goals of each chairmanhip were discussed, suggestions from the parish chairman consider- ed, and a yearly program sug Rested Preceding the workshops, Mrs Braderi gave a brief des- cription of the structure of the Council of Catholic Wo- men and reminded the ladles o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 18957 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20, Buffaloes Down Bears, 14-6 GIDDJNGS Hampered by cold and apparent general dis- couragement, the Bastrop Bears lost tlieir last game of the season to the Giddings Buf- faloes Friday night In Gid- dings The Bears mounted several drives that seemed sure to lead to scores -- Bas- trop made four penetrations inside the Buffs' 25 -- but a fumble, an interception, and lack of a first down thwarted their efforts in every case but one Giddings, on the other hand, made only two penetra- tions, each of which earned the Buffs seven points Giddings led off the scoring with a TD in the first two minutes of the game Bastrop had stalled the Buffs on their first possession of the ball on their own 47 Taking Giddings' punt on Bastrop's 18 the Bears ran one play for seven yards, but fumbled and Giddings took over twenty-five yards from paydirt It took the Buffs only one play to convert that error into six points, with Dona...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

"1 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 7 La Grange 40 Smithville 7 Giddings 14 Bastrop 6 Weimar 13 Hays Cons. 6 Hallettsville 24 Luling 0 Caldwell 12 Elgin 7 La Grange Defeats Smithville, 40-7 Tigers Lose Finale To Leps INGRAM WITH THE BALL Hornets Beat Wildcats ELGIN The Klgin Wildcats fell to Hit- Caldwell Hornets 12-7 Friday In the season finale in Caldwell The wild- cats went scoreless through the first three periods, ami their fourth quarter rally was not enough to take the game Caldwell scored tn the first quarter en .1 one vvud run t>v Ayers A fumble on the snap put an end to tlve attempt for the PAT Then In the fourth period Caldwell scored again on a one vaniruiiby Hughes The try tor 3 two-point con- version was broken up by the Wildcat defense Elgin's lone score came tin a run from the 1 by quarter- back Hobby McClendon Anthony Penson added the finishing touch to the scoring! drive with the point after The Wildcats lose fif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

Skim PAGE « THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMJCS, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 7 57 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1975 GOING HOME Ttsaes Photo Sunday Cowboys •Just ridin', rockin*, ropin', poundin', leather ail day long . And that's what they were doing Sunday at the Texas Lost Pines Riding Arena on Texas 95 uear El- gin Bulldogging, steer un- derrating. barrel racing, and calf roping events Drought competitors from all around the county for a little friendly competition, and the lucky ones even took home a little prize money But a good time was the real object of all the hard riding, and it seemed like, in that respect, nearly everyone was a winner. afire? V WHOOPEE-TI-YI-YO Tint* Photo > ; ■ I i hk'i SECOND TURN Times Photo HANG ON! Times Pinto CUSS AND DISCUSS ■'■> ■ J. ** Times Ptwto Times Photo PUTTING ON THI BRAKES I J o, I®#: FLYING RANCH Featuring niir©u 1:00 P.M. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1975 AT THE RIVER BEND RANCH SALE HEADQUARTERS VILLA CAPRI MOTEL * Austin, Texas 512/476:6171 CATALOGS will be m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

THUftStfty, NOVEMBER 20 \jm THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 18957 PAGE 9 A Special Weekly Service From The Bastrop County Times AGUI 3 Farm Loan Demand Off By Billings I) Barnard Senior Editor ami Economist Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Opinions expressed here do not necessarily represent th<- vie* of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas or the Board of Governors of the Federal Re- serve System Dallas - With higher prices bolstering farm sales, cash flows to farmers and ranchers in the Southwest have increas- ed this fall And with harvests better than last year, pros pects are for further irnpi ove roents As a result, demand for a agricultural loans in the five states served by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has eased in recent weeks Re quests for extensions on loans a! banks in the Eleventh Federal Reser ve District have slowed, and farm loans are be ing repaid faster than a year *RO Aggravated Uncertainties Although price increases have improved grower s in comes...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1975 "The Total Woman CoiMcioutneu-raUing «es- •u>ns and karate clause* that promise to free women from "male tyranny" are beginning to take a back neat A growing movement among women i> aimed at re- ettabliahing communication with their husband* and putting the sizzle back into their marriages The "bible" of thm move ment is a book called "The Total Woman.'" It was writ- ten by a housewife and former beauty queen named Marabel Morgan, and it's based on classes she has been teaching for several years. "The Total Woman," published in hardcover late in 1973 with a 7,500-copy first printing, began its steady climb up the list to become 1974's bostseiling phenomenon with a total sales of more than 600,000 copies. It has just been published in paperback by Pocket Books ($1.95) with an initial printing of two million copies. The concept of The Total Woman was born out of a failing marriage-Marabel Morga...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITH VILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE BJ ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYONE ARTS & CRAFTS Eight Stars Coming To Houston Rodeo HOUSTON - In announcing their 1976 stars, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo promised to kick-off the Bi- centennial with a band--west- em style. Freddy Fender, Tanya Tucker. Olivia Newton-John, Charley Pride, Rufus, featur- ing Chaka Khan, Glen Camp- bell, Charlie Rich and Mac Davis will share the spotlight with professional rodeo cow- boys in the world's largest ro- deo, February 27 - March 7 tn the Astrodome Show President N. W "Dick" Freeman described the line up "We are not only presenting the most outstand- ing stars of today, we are pre- senting the stars Houston wants most to see. Combined with championship cowboys and the world's largest live- stock show, they produce entertainment package that will appeal to everyone " Freddy Fender and Tanya Tucker share opening honors at the first two performances, February 27. Fender vaulted to na...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

PAGE B2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS7895*7 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1975 The Bastrop County Times COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE.. You Con Sell II QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY® ( 4Li GEORGIA ZI4TS AT 237-2461 TOD A Y! Read The Classifieds.... LOOKING HIGH&IOX' 3 You might find what your looking for!!! LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co. phone 237-2402, P.O. Box 509, Smithville, Texas 78957 28-tf FOB SALE-Goats 2 Nan- ny's, Kid Billy All For $50 00 Call 321-2045 __ 46-4tp ENCE FOR SALE - New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521. tfc FOR SALE: New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521. tf SINGER SEWING and Vac- uum center, repair ser- vice. New and used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Authorized Sing- er Dealer, 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Texas 713/968-5923. 6-tf SANTA GERTRUD1S BULLS.All ages - Com- mercial or registered See I H Webb- Smithville. 237-3289 or 237-2447. tfc Registered Polled Here- ford Bull. Call 237-28...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78947 PAGE B3 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES / ficMp-Cjurit Fun with Idiia ?* Fiastic Bottles for Christmas Plastic hulk s arc so adaptable . cspcctally for Christmas Madonna I or the Madonna, use a mdjII ovtHhtpcd bot- tle i or h«*r head, cut j bole in a ioam ball to fit onto the bottle tilue on wt|umt, I'ell or paper features; paint luir and eyebrow* Cut arms from another bunk- and pin to shoulders Add cord around her waist Her lonj; cape is made from another bottle, large enough to re t on top of her head Cut off the neck of the bottle and enough at the bottom «o top of bottle rests on her head Cut away the Iron! ol the bottle, making ail opening to fit the Madonna I mm this Iront section, cut a piece to ctiver the opening from the neck of the bottle, an ' a circle for her halo Pin and glue the halo in p'ace I rim the cape , set ii on the Madonna. Snowman Here is j quuk. e tsy to-rn ike, waterproof door desolation Simp...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

CAM*. «*■ k WESSELS SUPERETTE SPECIALS GOOD NOV. 20 THRU NOV. 29 IOOA-W ["HURSDAY. NOVEMbtK 20. 1973 FHK BASTROP COUNTY TIMES,SMITHViLLt, TEXAS78957 2 Zi SIZE ROSEDALE CUOSCD THANKSOI VINO FOLGERS ( JA A COFFEE *129 CORN ROSEDALE SWEET PEAS CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL 303 ROSEDALE SLICED OR HALVES 303 3/89 0 3/890 PEACHES 490 ROSEDALE CUT GREEN BEANS « 4/1.00 SUGARY SAM LIBBY'S OCEAN SPRAY 300 Size CRANBERRY SAUCE $ STOVE TOP DRESSING 55' ■ YAMS FRENCH'S BLACK PEPPER 2 54 CAN 4 OZ. 450 690 PUMPKIN 330 COCKTAIL" 390 SHORTENING GLADIOLi LOUR TURKEY HENS 3 LB. CAN 5 POUNDS 25 POUNDS Pound ^7^margarinel <&j)fmperial 1 POUND MARGARINE 89c$4 39 Gladiola White or Yellow 6 OZ. CORNBREADMIX t-'l' Gladiola While or Yellow CORN MEAL 5 Lb.. 89< SOAP ALUMINUM FOIL 12 INCH 22 OZ 3 for 89< KRAFT 8 OZ. 8 OZ. FRENCH DRESSING KRAFT 1,000 ISLAND DRESSING 45' KRAFT 6]AO: MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS 27 FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice 4 • 95c DELTA JUMBO ROLL Frosty Acres FROSTY WHIP BAKER'S ANGEL FLAK...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

& WEEK-LONG SAVINGS .. . PRICES GOOD THRU WED. NOV. 26th TRUE \'ALU I URK USDft GRADE "ft" OVER 20-LBS LB Limit 1 with additional purchases of $7.50 or more excluding Beer, Wine and Cigarettes f Sales Rights Reserved Ws think Ws the finest turkey you can buy. The newest of the sett-basted turkeys is broth-basted. This means a concentrated seasoned turkey broth was added deep, in the meat at the time of processing. Dur- ing roasting this broth cooks out to baste the turkey both inside and out. This results in one of the most moist, flavorful, and tender turkeys ever. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CHECK OUT THE VERY SPECIAL PRICE IN THIS AD!

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

4 ... '• •* . *r ■ ' $V ^ I (J rHA Thanksgiving Dinner To round out the Thanksgiving dinner, most families have a few old favorites Two of ours are fresh cranberry relish which provides a nice colorful, crunchy. tangy addition to turkey and dressing and pumpkin pie with spicy whipped cream to finish off the meal Both are easy to make and I think you'll like them too. Fresh Cranberry Relish 4 cups raw cranberries 2 medium oranges peeled & seeded 1 Vi-2 cups sugsr 1 14-16 oz can crushed pineapple 1 cup chopped nuts Wash and sort cranberries, run them with oranges, through a food chopper Add remain- ing :igr«jtent« M:< well and refrigerate at leas' 24 hours to blend the flavors This will freeze to perfection and keep 8-12 months to delight your appetites throughout the year Makes about 1 Vj quarts Also excellent choice for giving, too <l II m Pumpkin Pie 1 15oz can Eagle Brand Condensed Milk 1 16 oz can pumpkin 4 eggs Vb cup sugar 1 cup milk 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp allspice Vs t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

r USDA GRADE "A" 33 39° 39« 39c WHEN TURKEYS ftp (Over 10 Lbs) 7 U£ fALUf BRAND USDA GRADE "A" OVER 20-LRS Limit 1 with additional purchases of S7.50 or more excluding Beer, Wine and Cigarettes Swiss Steak 6round Beef USQA Oio«;e _ _ "PS" ' Q||c Arm Cut lu WW No! l_«v. rtrail (I 80% L*#rt LB I 09 Sliced Bacon Beef Stew Good Value Lean Boneless 1-LB PKG $|69 $129 Wieners Franks Oscar Mayer All Meat Oscar Mayer All Beef 1-LB PKG 1-LB PKG 29 $| 29 Bologna Salami Oscar Mayer Meat. Bee). Garlic Oscar Mayer Bee) or Cotto ao Z PKG 8-OZ PKG 79' 89' an FIRST PICK STRAINED CRANBERRY SAUCE CIAI' 16-02 CAN Cranberry Aluminum Pecans Morsels Dinners Eltis Halve* or PteCW Swwiwwt Good V. !u* Mnc.vcjm Hi Ch«M Good Value Thrown StuMeil Ma>tj.viella Pickles Marshmallows Marshmallows VtMIC Kos'w-i Stiriira TV Mini T.V. Regular GOOD VALUE SHORTENING DELICIOUS GOLDEN NIP FROZEN PRINCELLA BONUS SPF C1A1 ' 500-,TR02€N ORANGE JUICE. FROM FLORIDA co mp 35 28 Pam Dry Fry :s'$1 Napkins Err ^39° i£%.* ■ Ala...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 November 1975

' -sff?"" CALIF. PASCAL STALK 19< 0 FIRST PICK-STRAINED RANBERRY SAUCE SOLID PACK LIBBY'S PUMPKIN $ 0 16-OZ CAN Mi GOOD VALUE PAPER TOWELS 0 JUMBO ROLL jjjS-if1:."'-;- ... ' ' ' • ■ - ■ . ' . ytl up[ •[ ftl hi I •v i

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

r* u. null •> THIS WEEK IN ^ Clio (Limes: W HIM M Page 2 Centenarian Page 3 Basketoall Sched Page 9 Etc. V- Fifteen Cents XL he Qlointtu (Limes SERVING. SMITH Villi:. BASTROP, ELGIN ami 41.1. BASTROP COUNTY COLOR COMICS!!! VOL 84, NUMBER 48 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1975 LCRA To Levy Fuel Surcharge AUSTIN - On Friday. No- vember 21, the wholesale customers of LCRA - thirty cities and eleven coopera- tives — met at the Terrace Restaurant in Austin to dis- cuss LCRA's proposal for levying a temporary sur- charge of 1.7 mills per Kwh for all energy delivered and for changing the basis for calculating and adjusting fuel costs. LCRA General Manager, Senator Charles Herring, tn a lengthy letter and in discussion with the customers' representatives, explained that in the sixteen months since July, 1974, the mild weather and conse- quent drop in power use by consumers has resulted in an under-recovery of S2.100,084.78 by the Author- ity of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVJLLE, TEXAS 78957 PACE X THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1975 hir* inions Free But Worthless Earlier, this newspaper stated its intentions to take all neces- sary action to acquire the records of public judicial proceedings from the four Bastrop County Precincts'Justices of the Peace That editorial comment brought no immediate response so we took the first step in pressing for that information This was to contact the Texas State Attorney General's Office to determine what action could be taken That office informed us that we should make written requests to all four of the Justices for access to the information We were told that the Justices would have ten days to notify us of when we could have access or request the Attorney General s Office to render a decision as to whether the information we requested was indeed public We were also told that if no such question was rai. ed that the information could be considered public It sounded too easy at the time so I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Local Woman To Celebrate 100th Year Sunday By P R Smith SMITHVILLE • "Happy Birthday, Aunt Cannie!" Hopefully, thousands will guther Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. to wish C'annie Williams well on her one hundredth birthday. Every- one within reach of this invitation is welcome to come to the Smithville Neighbor- hood Center at Fifth and Prima Streets to help "Aunt C'annie" ce|f,brate the one hundredth anniversary of her birth. Refreshments will be served. C'annie was born the second eldest of the seven children of John and Snow Taylor on November 30, 1875. At the time, and dur- ing most of her childhood, the family rented and work- ed Prim's farm near Kirtley. They raised cotton, corn and potatoes, with the children working in the fields when- ever they were not receiving their schooling. C'annie, who reads and writes fluently, attended school through the fifth grade Cannie doesn't remember the date of her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

j HUH ••>«• « *-.• •-•- « ■ -•«*'<*fwi*p|if • * f* «"• *• « V" - -Mmem. ^ i i gpg PAGE 4 La Grange ( aiholic Women Ladies Hold Workshop LA GRANGF - Thirty-sev- en ladies representing the La Grange Deanery Council of Bastrop Memorial Hospital November 18 - November 24 IN PATIENTS Mary Lester Naomi Jones Augusta Aldeidge Maude Smith Hula Simms Emily Parker Frances Lindley William King Edna Glover Vivian Alexander Rita Cobb DISMISSED Augusta Aldridge Naomi Jones Rita Cobbs William King Mary Rodriquez Baby Boy Rodriquez Mary Lester Norma Schwartz Eula Simms Birdie Ruth Jackson Betty Lemuel Richard Swearingen Frances Gray Edna Glover Marie Moore Baby Boy Moore Eladio Sanez Augstin Banueios John Michael Reyes USED SERVICE FROM STATE GOVERNMENT ? c">n<n v Catholic Women gathered at Sacred Heart Center Wed- nesday morning for a work- Community Thanksgiving Service Held ELGIN - The Elgin Commu- nity Thanksgiving Service sponsored each year by the Elgin Minister's Association was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1975 Discusses Benefit Golf Tournament THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLt TEXAS 7*«S7 PACE S Local Cancer Unit Meets SMITHVILLE - The hour jvas early tor some and the weather was brisk, but the atmosphere was warm and enthusiastic at the Barn Door Kestaurant Thursday morn- ing when some 15 board members of the Smithville Unit of the American Cancer Society met for a Dutch treat breakfast and to discuss upcoming plans. Mrs. Edith Saunders, Unit President, presided over the meeting, and called on various com- mittee chairmen for reports Reverend Orion Lewis, crusade chairman, told of plans for a cancer benefit golf tournament which will be held at the Bastrop Golf Course March 27, 1976 He was assisted in outlining de- tails of the proposed tourna- ment by Hal Huffmon. Much enthusiasm is already being shown for the event which will attract golfers from throughout the district. Attractive prizes will be given. Following closely on the heels of the golf tourna- me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

PAGE « THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THV1LLE, TEXAS 789H7 PHURSDAY NOVEMBER ni ly,5 WESSELS SUPERETTE SPECIALS GOOD NOV 20 THRU NOV. 29 CLOSED THANKSGIVING 10DAYS ROSEDALE CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL 303 ROSEDALE SLICED OR HALVES FOLGERS OCEAN SPRAY 300 Size CRANBERRY SAUCE 39' 6 OZ. STOVE TOP DRESSING 55- CORN ™ 3/890 ROSEDALE SWEET PEAS « 3/890 SUGARY SAM YAMS <• 450 FRENCH'S BLACK PEPPER ««■ 690 2'/j SIZE 490 PEACHES ROSEDALE CUT GREEN BEANS 4/1.00 LIB BY'S PUMPKIN 330 ROSEDALE FRUIT COCKTAIL "390 v- n L w TURKEY HENS Pound MRS. TUCKERS I POUND imperial o margarine GLADiOLA FLOUR 5 POUNDS 25 POUNDS 6 Gladiola Whit* or Yellow 6 OZ. CORNBREAD MIX 6 M« Gladiola White or Yellow CORN MEAL 5lb* 89< SOAP SWEETHEART LIQUID 22 OZ 39< ALUMINUM FOIL 12 INCH 3 for 89< FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice ^ o, 4 • 95° Frosty Acres FROSTY WHIP 9 OZ 49' Mortons PUMPKIN PIE 24 OZ. 69 ASSORTED 11 OZ MORTONS DINNERS 49 FRENCH DRESSING ""« 45 KRAFT 8 OZ 1,000 ISLAND DRESSING 45 KRAFT 6% < MINIAT...

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