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rs. McMillan home and on iJheir return to Ozark, they ofw&apos;s" Frey0vent through Salina and took to vi sitJ heir granddaughters home :gs. Th,*dvith them to visit. y for  l d Shelly Brummer, Osborne, nd .Jas been visiting her grand- MrS oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted to W 0dWright, and helping her grand- is the nother with canning and freez- tingrg" is f [nng vegetables and fruits. Mrs. :cept o ts {Wright is feeling better. Those who helped Mrs. Stites last week with canning and freezing of and fruits were Elsie Railsback, Mrs. rma Van Wey and Mrs. Helen on Wednesday; Thurs- lay, Mrs. Emma Burdett spent day with her niece; Friday, Pat Boden, Nancy and Beloit; and Sunday Mrs. Benoit, Tim and Julie. Stites is improving from recent illness. Capt. Dale Collie, Topeka liaison department, is tssisting with the security of Susan Ford while she serving a 6 week summer as a photographer the Capital-Journal. Capt. is the son of Mrs. No- Collie and the late Vernon ollie and a graduate of Ionia tUral High School. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Juran children, Salem, Ore., and and Mrs. Rolla Dietz were ?Uesday supper guests of Mr. Mrs. Dean Leonard, Marta J acklyn, Mankato. Gall Bartley of Superior Monday and Tuesday at home of his parents, Mr. Mrs. Glenn Bartley. While he did plowing and other Work for his dad. Mrs. Chuck Wright, Cary Alex returned to their in Highland Park, Ill., a visit here with Mr. and Jennings Borger and Mr. Mrs. Don Barrett and with Ir. and Mrs. Charles Wright Topeka. Chuck was attend- Bartle¥ g National Guard Camp. Friday evening callers of and Mrs. Lester Stites ere Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth tbey, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Notice: KWHA Horse Show by Jewell County will be held on afternoon, July 20, be- at 3 P.m. at the 4H in Mankato. There will 20 events with a stickhorse for kiddies, ages 1 to 5. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Juran children, Mr. and Mrs. Dietz and Heather, Os- were Wednesday sup- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dietz and Robert. The left for their home on day morning. game, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bartley and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arneson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boi- ler and Mrs. Sadie McMillan were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Helen Stites. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thayer, Ronnie and Bruce of Superior were Sunday supper guests and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley. The following enjoyed the church and community spon- sored wiener roast at the school grounds Sunday eve- ing: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ault, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burks and two granddaughters, Pare Burks, Mrs. Marie Burdett, Mrs. Nolene Collie, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kincheloe, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mover, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ormsbee, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Phillips, Mrs, Ruby Rooker, Mr. and Mrs, Adam Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simmelink, Mrs. Helen Stites, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Totten and grandsons, Gary and Glenn West, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Van Wey, Doug and David Ault, and Shelli Hillman. Following supper Mr. and Mrs. Don Schmidt, Janice, Steve and Roger and granddaughter, Kristi Schmidt, and Mrs. Mor- ris Hillman, Ranae, Shane and Renita joined the group. Rev. Dillinger was unable to attend as he was in Courtland for a meeting that evening. Another get-together is planned in about a month. More details later. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Deters and family, Victoria, Tex., were visitors last week of his mother, Mrs. Marie Burdett, and relatives and friends at Lebanon and Smith Center. While here they attended Mrs. Deters' class reunion at Smith Center. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dawdy and A. C. Fedde were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Em- ma Brinkworth. Mrs. Emma Brinkworth re- ceived a telephone call Friday evening from her nephew, Dr. Roger Fedde, Manhattan, in- forming her the family would be in Davis, Calif., for the next month where Dr. Fedde will give lectures and do re- search work. Later this year Dr. Fedde will spend two months in Germany inconnec- tion with the duties at K-State. The family will remain in Manhattan while he is in Ger- many. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orms- bee visited a short time Sun- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pate and their grandson, Tommy Seay, who will soon return to active duty in the Hazel Burns and Mrs. armed forces. L ucy McBride, Mankato, were EUrday evening visit°rs °f Limestone Ix r. and Mrs. Roy Van Wey. Lr Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bol- Mrs. E. E. A ie accompanied his sister, edith Nickolson, Beloit, Harvest weather is still .   ays Saturday. with us and there is still some 'ta el°it's women's softball harvesting to do, as weeds are _M ['", coached by Gall Apple- the problem. Sunflowers in ee, Played the Lebanon women some fields and'milkweeds had bothered tl:sday evening at Lebanon. earlier. I never saw arg e crowd attended the more milkweeds then we had r, J e with Lebanon winning, this year. Some are just cut- r rs. Mable 11 no,, €,.. ting patches and some are fly of Le swathing the gram to let the [rn banon, enjoyed the F^e and visiting with former weeds dry.. . |'s. Her -a,,da.-., Milo ann other crops are e " ell, is a member of doing well, but do neoo ram: eloit team. Followi the Nights have been nice and COOl 49c 43c 1 49c 49c 27c 89c 17c 79c 49c 12c 39c Public Auction Located 9 miles South of Red Cloud on Highway 281. Saturday, July 19 Commencing at 12:30 39c.t------ 79c Frigidaire Refrigerat.or, frost ..f. Frigidaire Electric Dryer. Speed qun 59 Flnventional Washer, 3 years old. propane u..a ^.ter 3 o" , u Bedroom uim. o -,- .^ _. -_lee_ Wain t _ • springs a.d D,n,.g Roo00. $$t ,. = nets. 2-"iece Bedroom Suite. 3 .Man:rang l ome, 6 Chairs, and large Hutch. 2 Swivel KOK- X':'_ IHC Cadet Riaino Lawn Mower. e.asy-tut e!f'-Pr°pelled Mower 'Electric Saw. Thor Bench rmder. Set nf a/..i'n Sockets. Large lap arm R e Set. 45- 13ox "of 12-gauge, .410.ga_uge, .22 p and 30-30 Rifle Shells. 75 large creosote ts. 65 Steel Posts. Barb Wire, almost new. This is a partial listing  many more pieces of extra good Furniture and Tools. Terms: Cash. & MRS. CLAYTON AILES Slim and Ed Montgomery, Auctioneers and Clerks for the past week. We went to Lebanon Satur- day evening to their parade which was good, but not as well attended as usual. Tommy Seay, whohas been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pate, to let his broken ankle heal, will go back tomorrow to his base in SOutb Carolina. They will take him to Salina to catch a plane. We had an ice cream party for him Sunday evening at the Joe Pate home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ormsbee recently made a trip to Hoxie, Ks., after repairs for his tractor. We are not happy to learn that we are to lose still anoth- er of our few remaining neigh- bors that we still do have. R is Mr. and Mrs. Everett Roe, they have sold their farm and will move to Smith Center. Mr. and Mrs. Liby have bought the farm and will make good neighbors, but still we will miss our old friends and hate to lose them. But we will wel- come the new comers. She was the former Kathy Deibert. We hear that the Garman combines are home fromhar- vest in the south, but will go on north with the harvest. Terry Pate works with one and Greg Pate with the other. Village News Georgene Bossen Mr. and Mrs Chas Dick from Kensington and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dick and baby of Smith Center ate dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Compton Sunday. They stayed for sup- per and Mr. and Mrs. Burtis Mocka, Smith Center, joined them. Judy Hillman, Ranae, Shane and Renita and I went to Jamestown. We sawPhyllis Hake, Patty and Debbie and Mr. and Mrs. Tiger Long, Brian and David. Judy Hill- man, Renita and Ranae, Patty Hake and I went onto Concor- dia and shopped. We came back and ate supper with Phyllis and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shrum brought John Ahlvers to his home Saturday and left Sunday. John is alone, but he has won- derful kiddies to help him. Lorena and NancyJo Pate, Sarah Walker and Grace Bird took Dad and I to Salina Satur- day where we visited our sis- ter, Zella Honska. She sure wasn't good. Monday evening Dad and I and Lee Hootonand Paul Hein- man ate supper with Vera Bol- linger for her birthday. She served us a very delicious supper and we wound up with ice cream. We left about 11:00 wishing her many more birth- days. We took Dad back to the doctor Monday for his check- up. His itch had left and he was O.K. Renita and Judy Hillman also saw the doctor. Went to BeloitTuesday and shopped and looked around with Judy Hillman and kiddies. Mr. and Mrs.Jim Compton were here Thursday evening for a few games. We girls got beat again. Friday, I rode to Mankato with Jim and Nellie Compton to get my pills and do a little shopping. Got mypermanent in the afternoon. Lee Hooton was here for awhile Friday to visit Dad. He brought some apricots. We have them by the bushel. Any- one wanting some, just come get them. Ranae Hillman spent Fri- day in our home and went to town with Jim Comptons and I. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boiler took dinner with Helen Stites Sunday. We called down to Salina Sunday evening to see how our sister was. Her nurse, Iva Carlson, said she was some better. Don't see how she takes it day after day. Webber- Loveweli Mrs. Clarence Jensby R seems that there is no let up to the work. Some are finishing up combining, but the busy work now is irrigating the corn. Straw is being baled from the wheat fields and be- ing stored for winter. Apricots will be ready to can this week and fruit trees and yards are being watered since it is very dry again. Dean Thorton was badly burned Thursday afternoon when he was gasing up his combine. A spark ignited and caught his clothing on fire. Mrs. Thornton put the fire out by spraying him with agarden hose. He is in the hospital in Superior with second degree burns on his legs and hands. The Bible study group met with Mrs. Guy Allington last Wednesday. Those attending were Mrs. Anna R. Graham, Eleanor Crispin, Mrs. Dale Crispin, Mrs. Edwin Ross, Mrs. Floyd Sisson, Mrs. Will Gunn, and Mrs. Fay Vestal. Walter Fair, brother of Mrs. Minnie Davidson, had surgery in Rochester Tues- day for the removal of a lung. He is in intensive care. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ross and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross went to Wisner, Nebr., on Wednesday where they visited the men's sister, Mrs. George Gross, and Mr. Gross until Friday. The LovewellLibrary Club met at the home of Mrs. Bob Watson Thursday afternoon with 13 memberspresent. The president, Mrs. Darrell Hart- sen, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. RodneyWarren brought the guess box and it was guessed by Mrs. Clare Osborne. Mrs. Ivan Warren had the entertainment. Each member brought something from their garden and it was sold at a silent auction. The majority of the items were pies from cherries, berries, and apricots. The August meeting will be with Mrs. Ri- chard Barry. Each member is to bring a picnic lunch for one person and they will be ex- changed and we will have a pic- nic luncheon on August 14th at 12:30. The Webber EHU members enjoyed a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Leonard Worm Tues- day at 12:30. All 13 members were present and six guests, Mrs. Ruby Burge and 4-H girls Gwen Jensby, Ronda Doyle, elly Purcell, Lori Bothwell and Linda Frerichs. Mrs. My- ron Intermill gave the lesson on Mexican=American Heri- tage. Several members fixed Mexican dishes which were served for the luncheon. Rev. Nina Anderson, form- er minister at Webber, attend- ed church in Webber Sunday morning. She had dinner with Mrs. Carrie Thomas. Rev. Anderson is retired and lives in Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Os- borne and Lisavisited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamel and familyat Guide Rock Saturday evening. The Hamel familyare livingin his mother's trailer home in Guide Rock for the present. Mrs. Bill Stoles will have Lovewell Service Club at her home in Courtland on Thurs- day, July 24th. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler called on Mr. and Mrs, Joe Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Collins in ConcorJla on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zudina. Superior, visited Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Don Bollig, Omaha, spent last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ron Konvalin and family. The Aaron Blair family left for their home in Chapel Hill, N. C., last Monday morning after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby here for two weeks. Mrs. Clarence Jensby and Lynn Parsons took Mrs. Don Parsons to Lincoln Monday and she took the plane back to her home in Newhall, Calif., after a two week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Jensby, and other rela- tives. Both families visited the Jim Jensby family at Hardy. Mrs. Jensby and Lynn Parsons called on Mr. and Mrs. Keith Petersen of McCool Junction, Nebr., enroute home from Lincoln. They found Keith in good health and abletobeback to work after his stroke last November. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rus- sell, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lay- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Art Dun- stun of Randall went to Junc- tion City Sunday to visit a cousin, Mrs. Phylis Griffin, in the Good Samaritian Home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rothchild, Norman Rothchild, and Tammie, Dem'er, had supper withMr, and Mrs. Em- mett Rothchild in Formoso on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild were evening callers. Norman and Tammie went home Thursday. Mrs. Willard Mettler visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gil- bert and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thorpe, Debbie, Duane, and Chuck of Yuma, Ariz., at Jamestown on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lovewell and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd David- son, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simms and Andrea, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond, Mrs. Russell Lange and Jessica, Mrs. Gregory Diamond, Gwen and Cogi Shoemaker had apic- nic at the lake Sunday. Russell Lange took atrail- er to Oklahoma Sunday after- noon. He took Gwen and Cogi Shoemaker to Minneipolis, Ks., to visit their grandpar- ents where they joined their parents and went home to Kan- sas City. They returned to their grandparents the first of the week. Gregory Diamond had sup- per with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson Thursday evening and left Friday for National Guard Camp in Wyoming for two weeks. Clarence Jensby's sister, Mrs. Tena Calder, died at Nuckolls County Hospital on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jensby called at the Joe Calder home in Hardy Tues- day evening. Services for Mrs. Calder were at the Union Church in Hardy on Friday morning. Mr. Jensby's and Mrs. Calder's nephew, John Kriger, arrived on leave from the Navy Friday morning in time for the services. John serves on the ship Corral Sea that rescuedthe merchant ship in Cambodian waters this last spring. Mrs. Edwin Ross called Mrs. Raymond Leece at the Paul Hicklinbome in Longview Sunday. Mrs. Leece is pro- gressing fine after her sur- gery. Mrs. Dallas Diamond took Mrs. Gerald Shoemaker and Cogi to Kansas City last Tues- day. Wednesday morning Mrs. Diamond and Cogi went to Greenwood Springs, Mo., and picked up a mare and they re- turned to Webber Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ma- haffey in Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. David Both- well had supper Sunday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bothwell. Rev. and Mrs. Ted Kon- valin and Tim of Nebraska City and Mr. and Mrs. John Eckels of Columbus came to help Mrs. Joe Konvalin cele- brate her birthday Tuesday. They were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Konvalin at sup- per Tuesday night. Mr, and Mrs. CharlieRus- sell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred- rick Thomas attended the bar- beque and horse show at Scan- dia Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild spent Sunday after- noon and evening at the Floyd Sisson home. Shannon Rothchild, Amy and Kevin Tuxhorn came from Smith Center Saturday and stayed at the Delbert Rothchild home. On Stmday Doyle Roth- child, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rothchild and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Daryle Rothchild and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Del- mar Rothchild came for din- ner and spent the evening. Shelly stayed all night. Marlin Rothchild came over Monday from Smith Center to spend the day. The Webher 4-H Club had a camp out at the lake Friday night and stayed for breakfast Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broy- les met Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle of Tulsa at Wichita Sun- day and brought Jeff and Deb- hie back for a visit inWebber. Mr. and Mrs. Sale Burge went to York Sunday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Berry to bring Klm home. She had visited her Aunt Twilathe past week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calder, Randy and Tim, Falrbury, had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Behrends Thursday night. The Joe Calder family will be moving to Montana around August 1. They have sold their home in Fairbury and will fly to Montana this week to look for housing. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.JessWilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin, Violet and Anna Graham from Supe- rior, and Eleanor Crispin had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Slsson Thursday night. Lynn Parsons spent the day Sunday visiting the Clifford Yetter family at Randall and Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Vetter at Beloit. Noel Vetter and Ronda of Fremont were also visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Vetmr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby, Gwen and Linda attended the Mitchell County Riders-Play Day at Beloit Sunday. Roy and the girls brought home 12 rib- bons. Montrose Mrs. Edwin Holdren Community Club met on Thursday afternoon with a good attendance. Miss Sheryl Balch, Woodward, Olda, was a guest. The program, Btngo was enjoyed with the chair- man, Gwen West, presenting each a prize. Cecile Gardner served a delicious lunch. The next meeting will be July 24. Mr. Kent Slaughter was admitted to Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit, on Tuesday for tests, observation, and treatment. Being a patient is an unusual experience for Kent and his many friends hope he is soon feeling a lot better. Mrs. Dora Smith, Fair- bury, Neb., was a Tuesday visitor to see Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks, Ontario, Ore., were Tuesday dinner guests of Miss Zella Slaughter. The Brooks, Beloit Annual SIDEWALK SALE DAY Thursday, July 17 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Register in Participating Stores for Approximately $500 in Merchandise. JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 17, 1975 Page 3 - Section 2 i Keowns. :! Mrs. Alva Nelson of L nora, Ks., and Mrs. Ethel er of Atwood, Ks., and Mrs. Bernie day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen spent Sunday evening Mrs. Ella Summers. :K Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth He t riksen, Darci and Ryan, M i and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Martha Grauerholz Diane HeRman were dinner guests of Erich marls. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crit and Mrs. Eleanor Crispin were Thursday evening supper guests of Floyd Sissons. Mrs. Keith McKeown, Lyn- ette and Susan called Frid afternoon on David Demaray. Mrs. Eleanor Crispin was a Tuesday afternoon caller Mrs. Joe Konvalin. : Mrs. Bess Winthers of Ro- dondo Beach, Calif., spe: Friday and Saturday at the Dale Crispin home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Me Keown were in Salina Wednes day where Mrs. McKeown had a check-up at the Asbury Hos pital. They also visited Mr  and Mrs. Tony Patrick family. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin We ber of Glasco visited at the Marvin Webbers. Diane Heitman, Lincol was a weekend guest at  Erich Heitmans. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carlson i of Alma were Friday dinner guests of Dale Crispins. Mr. and Mrs. Myronlntert. mill attended a dinner in Man, kato Sunday with the IntermiI : relatives. Mr. and Mrs. David ray called Monday morning the Keith McKeowns. l Mrs. Eleanor Crispin tended prayer services Mrs. Guy Allington's Thurs day morning. Doran Marr and daughte called Saturday afternoon the Dale Crispins. who recently retired from farming and dairying, are en- joying a well earned summer of traveling and visiting. They plan to spend time also with their son and family. He is a career Army serviceman who is being moved to Fort Hood, Tex. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. David Fullerton on the birth of a daughter Fri- day, July 11, at Belleville hos- pital. This ts their first child. Mrs. Fullerton is the former Mary Jensen of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Vachel Crawford were Friday evening callers to see Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills. Mrs. Cecile Gardner and Mrs. Gwen West called to see Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler in Formoso Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Holdren and girls, Belleville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win Holdren. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holdren, Jewell, were evening guests there. Mrs. Jeanie Sills returned to her home in McCook, Neb., Friday after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills and being storekeeper for sev- eral days while Quincy was ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sills and family came Saturday and spent the weekend visiting his parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks, Ontario, Ore., were Wednesday forenoon callers at the Edwin Holdrenhome. Mrs. Brooks, the former Mabel McNickols, was a schoolmate years ago. Friends were sorry to learn that Mrs. Ruby Fuller- ton was transferred to Bryan Memorial Hospital, Lincoln, Nebr,, last week and is under treatment there. Her many friends hope for better reports soon. Some of her children have been with her allthe time. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Sills were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sills and family, Manhattan, Mrs. Ethel Jacobson, Miss Ethyl Dempsey, and Mr. and Mrs. Layerne Dempsey. Miss Ethyl Dempsey and Miss Zella Slaughter were Sunday afternoon callers to see Mrs. Cecile Gardner. Valley View Mrs. C. Summel Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crispin returned home Monday from Chadron. Nebr., where they attended the Marpel reunion of which 52 relatives spent the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Web- ber accompanied their son, Don, to Springfield. Ill.. where they attended the Dickey John open house from Tuesday through Friday. Mrs. Beryl Mitchell of Hutchinson and Mrs. David Demaray were Thursday evening callers at Keith Me- The University of now has what may 2theflnei 1 undergraduate c ...- mmtmica!; I tions laboratory in the nati I for the teaching of electrlc I engineering students - thankS to a loan from the U.:i Force. A 140-channel < multi-plex tlons system, costing $500,000 when built five ago, has been installed. time it represented the est state of the art. s A person in ohtalning the ment for K.U. was R. L. chief scientist at the Richard. Gebaur A. F. Base, Grandview, Mo. Record Classifieds Bring Fast Resultsl After ,00rvest ':BEEF SALE CORN FED BEEF -- IDES .......................... FORE QUARTERS ........ 83 HIND QUARTERS ........ LB. (.l%ie Includes proce for your home freezer.) 30-LBS. AND 50-kiS. Beef Bundles Bundles _ Beef and Pork O Pork Bundles ,Fresh meat e @very day. If you don't ee you € and we'll cut to olm- Have   tumotm6nt of all Lunch .at. A,o a a-AZ lle, Of Sroeeries. We do  ,ta OUr BIG VALLEY