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JEW~L COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 13, 1976 Page 4 - Section 1 q TOPS 332 On April 7 several mem- bers received their charms they ordered. The chapter presented Mrs. Wylie Blair her KOPS charm. The East- or egg contest ended April 14 with Mrs. Chrissie Ahrens the winner for TOPS and Mrs. Blair the winner for KOPS. Mrs. Lyman Hansen has charge of a new contest, "Frogs in the Pond." This contest will end June 9th. On April 28th the five losers of the Easter egg contest enter- tained the (ive top winners. Th~ program consisted of a poem, =Sure Way to Have A Happy Day,w read by Mrs. Ralph Dye. Mrs. Marvin Beale had a contest and the prize was won by Mrs. Clare Schus- ter. Mrs. Beale also pre- sented each member with a May basket. Mrs. Wondrow Wilson served low c~lorie cookies and gave each mere- her an encouragement card. Mrs. Mitchie Woerner read, aWhat TOPS Is.w Mrs. Schus- ter read three articles, =TOPS Fables,t "Revelation" and =Shopper's Lament." Those entertained were Mrs. Blair, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Corbin Paterson, Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh, and Mrs. Chrissie Ahrens. TOPS quarters for the month of April were pre- sented to Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Beale who received one each. Mrs. Woerner, Mrs. Ahrens and Mrs. Peterson each re- ceived two and Mrs. Blair re- ceived four. Mrs. Woerner was high loser of the month and received the Inspirational Angel. Mrs. Beale was run- ner-up. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNIT 115 The American Legion Aux- iliary met May 4withten mem- bers in attendance. The meet- ing was opened in form and presided over by Ethel Loom- is, president. Plans were com- pleted for Poppy Day, May 14. The poppy is a memorialflow- er. The soldiers of all nations have come to look upon this flower as the living symbol of the sacrifice Of all those who lost their lives in World War I. It is also a source of hope and aid by many in our nation. They are made by dis- abled veterans as a part of their therapy and rehabilita- tion. All funds from Poppy Day are used exclusively for assis- tance to veterans and their families in times of distress and emergency. You will be given an opportunity May 14th to show your appreciation for the sacrifices made that.we might be free. The Auxiliary ladies will be on the street to give a poppy and receive your contribution. Please give! Buy a Poppy! Due to the illness of Lucy Wiley, Ellen Noller was appointed to assist GenevaOst with the Poppy "Window'. El- sie Hooker and Lela Lamb are the committee in charge of the day's activities. The May 18th general meeting will have as hostess Goldte Powell, Mary Boyd, and Betty Tyrell. Fol- lowing adjournment refresh- ments were served by Esther Ault and Verneda Beeler. E. W., Reporter- BRIDGETTE CLUB DINNER PARTY Members of the Bridgette Club held their annual dinner party at the Buffalo Roam Steakhouse Tuesday evening, May 4. The tables were decor- ated with bouquets of tulips. Bridge was played with Mrs. Edgar Brinkworth having high score. The next meeting will be May 18 with Mrs. Ed Walker hostess. ON VISIT FROM GERMANY Janice Reece McCune came last week from Bitburg, Ger- many, for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reece, and other rela- tives and friends. They met her in St. Joseph, Me., where she spent a few days with her sister, Dixie, Mrs. Pule Cal- deron, and family. With her was a friend, Mrs. Dona Brakevill of Sacramento, Calif. Janice's husband, Bob, has been stationed at Bitburg Air Force Base since 1973. Their daughters are Robin, 16, who will graduate from the army base high school in June, and Leslie, 14. THE FINEST SELECTION IS HERE EVERYDAY II Reg. 95c ALL FLAVORS Im SPOONFULL CAT FOOD PURINA Reg. SIX 39c FLAVORS EVAP- ORATED =F IF Xk FINE ENGLISH BESTYET Reg. 79c 18 oz. Jar 24 oz. Cont. BESTYET Pound Pkg. 32 oz. Btls. $ 32 oz. Tall Tins BESTYET 14 OZ. or ANGEL FOOD Ov~r PETER PAN Pkg. SWEET FRENCH TACO SAUCE AND SLOPPY GRAVY JOE BETTY CROCKER Ro~ BROWNIE 97C Pkg. MARY SHERMAN 18 oz. Jar APRICOT Ro . APPLE HEAVY DUTY DETERGENT Bottle of 24 You Save 26' SPRAY DISINFECTANT 21 oz. Aerosol For Only .- were combined. His first charge was the Lebanon In- dependance, a United Brethern Church. After the Evangelical denomination merged with the United Brethern, Mr. Silsby was the pastor at Esbon, Burr Oak, Maple Grove and Woods- ton. He has served the Repub- lic Church for 15 years and both the Webber and Republic Churches since September, \ RETIREMENT RECEPTION A retirement reception is planned to be held Sunday af- ternoon from 2 until 5 p.m., May 16, at the United Metho- dist Church, Republie, honor- ing the Reverend and Mrs. Lo- ren Silsby. Mr. and Mrs. Sllsby both grew up in the community near Esbon and Burr Oak. They were married in 1931 and farmed in the same area for 14 years before going into the ministry. The Silsbys are the par- ents of three girls: Marlyne, Mrs. AI Moore, of Fairborn, Ohio, Jean, Mrs. Bill Atwill, of Stockton, Judy, Mrs. Char- les Korte, Ames. They have 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mr. Silsby entered the ministery in 1944 and served in both the United Brethern and Methodist Churches be- fore the two demoninations THE SEARCHLIGHTERS 1964 t ii The Silsbys have pur- chased a house in Belleville where they plan to make their i home after they retire. Mr. Silsby says that he will pro- bably spend the summer doing odd jobs and visiting. They hope to visit thei~ daughter and her family in Ohio this summer. Mr. Silsby says that he has enjoyed his life in the min- istry. There have been both heartaches and joys. Mrs.. Silsby added, =That is life, no matter what work you are in." OPEN HOUSE FOR RETIRING SUPERINTENDENT The Board of Education of Unified School District #279 will honor Leo L. Bass, Sup- erintendent, with an Open House and Reception on Sun- day, May 23, 1976, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the JewellHigh Audi- torium. Superintendent Bass is re- tiring June 30, 1976, after 48 years in the profession - 26 years of service in Jewell. m ! Bray==; coLo ,,.o MUSICAL PROGRAM AT their personal ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH and the tragedy of The Searchlighters will searching for life in the .~E present a musical program at belief world of the entertai~ the Assembly of God Church They not only share the r~i~ Monday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. acle OfrebirthinJesusChld~ The Searchlighters are but also share the factthat~ sharing the excitement ofpower of God can free pe0~ knowing Jesus Christ every- from the bonds of alcoholl~The Wei where they go. They sing and drug addiction, you ~le Switz{ Gospel music from the heart be challenged and inspiredJ because they sing itfromper- they share how God char~RMOSO sonal experience. Their own their marriage, their li~OPHY N story makes the songs they and the lives of their fIFirst sing more meaningful, children. ~ers. We Dennis and Patti Bankson -- ~ boy h~ started life together as pro- Re ......... ~der we ...... cora,lassifieos i~rl~r zessional singers, r~acnrelate ' Fast ResultsI Irse we ! *********************** 49 DEL MONTE 32 oz. Bottle Price 79" LIMIT 3 AT THIS PRICE PLEASE Variely Galor,~ I C]kLIFORNIA HEAD Heads Ibs. HIGH LIFE IMITATION SALAD Quart Jar Reg. 55c MON. THRU I~BLL 8:ee to 7:~ SAT. 8:~ to $:e# Grocery Prices Effective Thru CRISP & CRUNCHY For WASHINGTON EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS RED RIPE lb. CALIFORNIA NAVEL For BESTYET SPRING lb. Bag DEL MONTE DEL MONTE No. 2 Tin SLICED OR HALVES YELLOW CLING Reg. No. 303 Tin Reg. 47c DEL MONTE Reg. 31c CUT OR FRENCH Reg. 3/88c MIX OR MATCH DEL MONTE TOMATO Reg. No. SAUCE 300Or Reg. No. 39c WHOLE GREEN 303 Reg. Can 39c DEL MONTE PUDDING Reg. 83c YOUR CHOICE CHOICE OF 10 VARIETIES 4 Pak Carton NABISCO COOKIES CHIPS AHOY--CHOC. CHIP BESTYET CINNAMON 9 OZ. Tube ALLADIN PLASTIC ROW PLASTIC BY MELNOR 72 oz. Server Yea Save 26c HOUSEHOLD OR GARDEN 32 oz. Size Your Choice } ALLADIN PLASTIC AFA CORPORATION MELNOR m HERSHEY Reg. 73c KRAFT AMERICAN ORE IDA SHOE STRING SUNSHINE CRACKERS MIX COUNTRY TIME 1 Ib. 15 Pkg. 20 oz. Bag 16 oz. Pkg. 13 oz. Cont. lb. $ Cont. 169 lb. Only 72 oz. Pkg. BATHROOM TISSUE You 64 oz. Cont. 32 oz. Cont. OSCI LLATING You Suve 64 oz. Cont. PINE SOL Reg. 89c 15 oz. Cont. WE JOHNSON APPRECIATE JOHNSON YOUR NEWBORN PATRONAGE 24's Roll Pkg. OVERSOLD TICKETS GIVEN AT CHECKSTANDS IF WE RUN OUT OF AN ADVERTISED ITEM.