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January 19, 1961

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"4"H is+++++ + + by CHUCK STUFFtEBEAM CRAWFORD COUNTY ASSISTANT AGENT L. +++us+++++ III its first meeting of the new year on Tuesday evening+ Jan- uary tO, at the Community Cen- 1 I I ter in Steelville. The meeting was conducted by the 1961 County Council as follows: Mike Love, president; Howard Me- T)ole, vice president; Judy Flee- nor, secretary treasurer; and Charlotte Ann Whaley, reporter. A discussion was held on a I proposed county - wide Junior i Leader group. It was decided Saturday. January 21st to have a meeting of the Jun- ior Leaders to decide what type of program hey would prefer. This meeting is to be held Feb- ruary 6, and all clubs which have Junior leaders are urged to send at least two Junior Leaders to this meeting. Plans for National 4-H Club WE WILL HAVE TWO VERY POPULAR BASEBALL STARS IN OUR STORES . . . KEN BOYER, PO Week were also discussed and each club was asked to make some effort to observe this week. LAR STAR THIRD BASEMAN OF THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS; AND DON BLASINGAME, 51 It was suggested that all elubs clubenributeand otrera historYitems Ofinteresttheir0.Ji SECOND BASEMAN, FORMERLY OF ST. LOUIS, AND NOW OF SAN FRANCISCO, WILL AU i: about 4-H. These articles should be sent to the County Exten- .sion Office as soon as possible. The program consisted of GRAPH PICTURES AND GREET OUR CUSTOMERS. HOURS WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: KEN B committee meetings of the Coun- cil Committees followed by re- i lvts of the year's plans. CUBA - 9 A. M. TO 10:30 A. M. STEELVILLE - 10:30 A. M. TO 12:00 A.M. DON BLASING NEWS ABOUT TOWN -CUBA, 2:00 P. M. TO 3:30 P.M. STEELVILLE, 3:30 P. M. TO 5:00 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Guy + Dunlap had their grandson, Howard Dunlap of Los Angeles, Calif. visiting them last week. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Wilkinson are spending several days this week with their children in St. Louis and Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hertlein and Melvin Warnhoff of ; Louis visited win home o GRIFFIN 10 OZ. JAR FRESH PORK SPECIALS!!! over the weekend. STAWBERRY PRESERVES 19CF"ESH PICNIC IIsTYLE ' IRONCENTER+ay o,. Pork Roasts Ib 2sl+ Smdse,or mr. ==kmnaYcu.mtt= BY FORMOST DAIRY CRESCENT 4.,,. " Cream V2 gal and Mr. and Mrs. Hector Cassa- B 0 N E L E S S rotto gave a surprise party on their f&trer, Mr. ,rank Cassa- PORK CUTLETS Ib rotto of Rosati for his 82nd venin! VET'S LIVER OR MEAT birthday friends present. ' DOG FOOD - 3 Cans 25c FRESH, LEAN o o+o o+++. Pork Steaks . him on this occasion. After euuch visiting and + o, lApple Sauce 2 for 23c te reresen 1 darted BONELESS BOSTON BUTT STYLE birthdays.Wishhag him many many more IPORK ROASTS . . lb. . w. E. mdd celet= ARCHWAY 2Vz CAN ? BLthclaY FRUIT COCKTAIL - 2 for ao-lou ow. HOMADE Those present Friday evening tO help Mrs. W. E. Dodd cele -'"ClPORK SAUSAGE |b brate were Mrs. Goldie homp-, on. and. daughter, Mrs. Norma ICONTADI NA W HOLE 212 CAN +Jean t+ambert and her children, ............... 19CI Ib of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. TomlgPlE?_ln PlG'ar.blll'.qG NORWOOD WHOLE OR HALF Harris of Rolla, Mr. and Mrs. lll mm/=l' m=mnvll unnv m Richard Tyler and son of Rolla,, [Slab Bacon and Mr. anad Mrs. John c-ISUNNY ISLE NO. 2 CAN s =arotto and daughter Gloria. A FoRSlicedMEAsPINEAPPLE 2 for 49c t pleasant evening of visiting and m SEA PASS 8 OZ. PKG. eating fce cream and cake was Fish Sticks 4 for: had, all wishing her'a happy QUICK birthday and many more. Mfss Grace Mullen entered KRAFT DINNERS 2 for 29c the rospital Monday where she will have a tonscilectomy per- formed. ' Frozen Mr. and Mrs. L. GroteW i yere Sunday dinner guests of AMERICA'S FAVORITE 40 OZ, PKG, Mr. and Mrs. WUlardGrotewen. B I S Q U I C K 39c , MrS. Don Fox and sdnChester SILVER MILL 20 OZ. CAN visited her daughter, ['l Bet- ty Price, and Mr. Fox's" sister, C H E R R I E S Mrs. Hazel Gibson and Mr. and NEW!! SWANSDOWN WHITE or RAISIN " +s +n ,ullen BRFAD MIXES 29c BANQUET PEACH, CHERRY, PUMPKIN= or 22v OZ. 9 ! Mr. and Mrs. James Dunakey TAKE YOUR CHOICE  for and family visited Sunday with WHOLE WHEAT APPLE PIES her mother, Mrs. Clara Lick- H lide of the Federal Hofe at St. GIANT 12 OZ. SIZE 6 BOTTLE CARTON James. Mr" and Mrs" Jhn ginierlYlCOCA COLA 29c and Mr. and Mrs. James Ha:rdle m and daughter Melinda were U I Sunday visRors with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Sim- merly, Produce ;rzll00 Mr. and Mrs. Cleatis Mullen   H  and son of St. Louis visited Sun- T H E day with their parents and fam- [l ily, Mr.Nick Brunoand Mrs. L.visitedMUllen.in St. FINEST QUALITY, CRISP, GREEN, PASCAL LARGE STALKS At'P';,y fo th Idy h ' Louis over the weekend with C E L E R Y 2 for 25c ... r e a w o relatives and friends. . __ W pusnesthe cart| Mr. and Mrs. Clarence De- WISCONSIN ROUND WHITE clue and sons of St. Louis were Sunday visitors of txeir parents, POTATOES 10 Ib bag 29c Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bruno and family. In the evening they had as callers, Mr. and Mrs. Pa Daily and her mother, I'S. FANCY CALIFORNIA RED .. - +of+... Emperor GRAPES ib 19c | Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tyler of Rolla ook dinner Sat/irday with their parents, Mrs. W. Z. FANCY CALIFORNIA LARGE t6 B SIZE Dodd. then picked UV" their - niece, Gloria Cassarotto and I  n n s ) went to St. LouI and +,.l_.un.n_t Oranges doz. 29c relatives and friends for theJ v" ..... "" weekend. , J Mr. and Mrs. H. Heady had I FRESH GOLDFN | OZ. CELLO as T.rsa vtmors, herar, la I =, ='  , ...., = o,, m n ,t v T $ . 2 for 25 Salem. u