The Press-Gazette from Hillsboro, Ohio on May 1, 1970 · Page 25
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The Press-Gazette from Hillsboro, Ohio · Page 25

Hillsboro, Ohio
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Friday, May 1, 1970
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STM a £" 1 ! Viles -. M i*:... and , villc and Mrs. Miss Fr-inci«i i-irM-i«m""r\i'-'-'i """ ! V'"' """ 1V " S - Rthcl Rc amcs to Mr. and Mrs. James Elliott of i meeting of the American Music' and Mrs. R. E. Mongold M s s i . anus Jainagm of \\jlmmg. dinner April 18 at Duffs at Wil- Port Richcv. Via., have been en- I V * I. I m i «,·* ,11. I . !" . Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schuyler and iamily of lU'vuuldsburg \vure Apr 19 guests of Mr. and Mis Fred Irwin and family. Mr. and Mrs.' Howard N. Henderson spent April 19 with Mr and Mrs. Marion Wallace of Dayton, who were observing their 40th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Harley Stub'bs entertained Mrs. A. L. Spargur of Jefferson- mington. Miss Jennifer Jacobs was an April 13 overnight guest in the James Roser home. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rosselott left April 1G to attend the 21st Southern Regional Bankers Convention in Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stubbs were April 19 guests of Mrs. Sandra Jones and family of Cincinnati. ' Scholarship Association at the home of Mrs. Virginia Betzer at Mrs. Slarley Wilmington. Mr. were joying a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carroll and other relatives. '· Kenwood. April 14 Mr. and Mrs. Dewey R. Warman Mrs. Julia Merritt was an April and family and Mrs. Cliff Fawley , lf supper guest of Mr. and Mrs were April 19 guests of Mr. and i William T. Jones and sons. Eve- Mrs. Ku-rett Roush Mrs. Dewey A. Warman of Price- ning callers were Mrs. Gaylord town. town. " j Jones. Miss Linda Jones, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Jones : Chester Ward and Mrs. Dewey R. and Gary and Bradley were A p r i l ' Warman. 18 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mongold and O t h e r ' w o r e April 1R evening guests o f ! Mrs. P. E. Henderson, Jr., and Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Collins and \ family of Mt. Washington. Pfister and family, family of Dayton. ·\pril 19 dinner guests of Mrs. and Mrs. Stanley Kibler April 15 visitors of' Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J u l i a n of Dewey R. Warman and family. family of Champaign. 111., spent the Mrs. 0. W. Mercer attended a April 18 to 20 week-end with Mr. Julia Merritt were Mr. and Mrs. William T. Jones and sons. In the M o w r y s - 1 afternoon they all visited in Milford. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wilbanks Dayton wen; April 19 guests of M r . : have returned to their home at and Mrs. William Julian. After- Canton alter a visit with Joe Coch- noon guests were Mr. and Mrs. ran. Larry Brown of Dayton.' ( Mrs. P. E. Henderson spent the Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mongold i April 18 week-end with Rev. and Mrs. Waldo Rogers of Louisville. Ky.. has been enjoying a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R o y ' W o l f f . Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lindsey were April 15 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Briggs. Mrs. Joe DeVorc and Dietra of Danville were April 17 guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eaglin. Mr. and Mrs. Koy Wolff and Mrs. Waldo Rogers were April 20 THE PRESS-GAZETTE 21 H1LLSBORO. OHIO Friday, May 1, 1970 . . . . . . . .,, , inson and Holly of Waynesville. Mr. and Mrs. John Fist of Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fawley and sons were April 19 guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roush and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Briggs have returned to their home after a FOR FLAVOR AND YOU'LL BUY DEL MONTE . . . AT ALBERS SAVINGS! r 16-OZ. FREESTONE SLICED DEL MONTE ALWAYS PUTS FLAVOR FIRST! EACHES 17-OZ. CAN DEL MONTE TM * ·»"·» - w » m i » mr *m*m 1*1^1 « ft fcv FRUIT COCKTAIL4 16-OZ. DEL MONTE PEAR HALVES 14-OZ. BOTTLE TOMATO CATSUP Beimonte DEL MONTE STEWED TOMATOES . 46-OZ. CAN DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE _ ORANGE DRINK 3 3 46-OZ, CAN DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT · E v 17-OZ. W. K. OR CREAM GOLDEN Del Monte GREEN STAMPS DEL MONTE WHITE CREAM CORN DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN SWEET P 17-OZ. CAN = » TM 16-OZ. CAN CUT GREEN guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom R o b - i visit w i t h relatives in Middletown. " ' " ! ^' r - an( ' M'' s - Clyde Briggs were visitors in Wilmington April 16. Mrs. Edwin Cramton was an April 17 evening guest of Mrs. Merle Prickett. ; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Arnold and dreg Xaylor enjoyed dinner April · !9 at the Double D at Allensburg. Mrs. Helen IVHaas entertained A p r i l 19 w i t h a dinner fur Mr. and Mrs Quinn Fawiey. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Briggs and Mrs. Hazel Carpenter. The occasion was the birth! day of Mr. Briaes. ; Mr. and MrsT David Reynold : and f a m i l y of W i l m i n g t o n were ' April 19 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller of West Carrollton were April 18 guests (.if Mr. and Mrs. William J u l i a n . i Mrs. Gilbert Irwin was an April I 17 supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. i A. Patton and John. April 19 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jacobs were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fittro and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Pierson and i family. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Faglin and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Simkins en: joyod dinner A p r i l 19 at the Buckeye I/M; Cabin near Mt. Orab. They ' spent the evening at the Simkins i borne. i The Tons of Fun Club met the evening of April u at the home of , Mrs. Pat Wecidel. Roll call was answered by 13 members giving their weight gains and losses. One new member was welcomed to the club. Minutes were read by the secretary. Dorothy Weils. Weekly dues and penalties for swear-offs were collected. Winner of the fruit for the best loss of the week was Mary Ruth. Adams, w i r h a six pound loss. The enntv club had a 35 pound loss. An exercise period was held and Mrs. Dorothy Pitzer gave a demonstration of the Slim Gym with Marilyn Sweeton leading the club in the exercises. The April 21 meeting was also held at the Weddel home \vi;h 12 members present. Mary Lou Baker won the fruit for a loss of 3 :: 4 pounds. The club had a total loss of 13 pounds. Calorie books were discussed and some new rules were made. Marilyn Sweeton conducted the exercise period. $ 1 1 GREEN STAMPS 16-OZ. CAN DEL MONTE--WHOLE GREEN BEANS . 4 S 1 H GREEM STAMPS , · MILK CHOCOLATE · ALMOND HERSHEY-ET5 · REESE PEANUT BUTTER CUPS HERSHEY - -^ *m CANDY 10 39 16-OZ. CAN DEL MONTE--SEASONED GREEN BEANS . 4 DEL MONTE SPINACH . . . - 5 FOR - $ 1 $ 1 wmm tot GREEN ..^STAMPS ·*-"-'-" ; 5-xvWl ··«**:¥ SANDWICH BREAD OVEN FRESH \ 20-O2. LOAF LOAVES OUR PRIDE ALBERS BONUS BUYS APPIAN WAY CHEESE PIZZA FR1SKIES ASSORTED CAT FOOD . . 2-OZ. JAR STUFFED FIESTA OLIVES 22-OZ.SIZE... AJAXFOR OUR PRIDE OUR PRIDE 12-OZ. PKG. BROWN N r SERVE · CLOVERLEAF · BUTTERMILK · BUTTERFLAKE ROLLS 16-OZ. OLD ENGLISH RECIPE «% 4t C GRANARY BREAD 39 ENGUSH %/fcC MUFFIN BREAD - 39 16-OZ. PLAIN OR ICED «% «%C RAISIN BREAD . .33 12-OZ. SPONGE «%«%C LAYER CAKE . . 33 10-OZ. STREUSEL m jfcg COFFEE CAKE . .49 Peas or Corn ICE CREAM GREEN STAMPS 7 DELICIOUS FLAVORS HALF GALLON GREEN STAMPS Sugortree Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schuck. Robert and Lucy of Brookville, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sonner, Sr., Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Frances Emery. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McConnaughey. Katrina and Regina. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ! Bloom and Gary. ; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Roberts and i Douglas of Wilmington. Mrs. Janet ! Puckett and Xora of Columbus, 'Mrs. Stella Kell and Delton. Mrs. | Mary Ruth Hauke and Mrs. ! Dorothy Kell. Terri and Derick i were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newt ; Lance and Dale during the week. | Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emery and I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pointer and i family were Sunday dinner guests ! of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emery of ; Fairfield. i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sonner. Jr., i and Jerry visited Mr. and Mrs. i Arthur Hanna of Fairborn. last j Sunday. I Mrs. Grace Leininger and Miss j Ruth Emery visited Mrs. Frances I Emery and" Mr. and Mrs. Harry i Emery. Saturday evening. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bloom an:' Gary visited Mr. and Mrs. Richar-' Hauke and iamily. Monday evening. Bro. and Mrs. Danny Dodds were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Masters. CARDEN CHARM FROZEN 2'-39 WASHINGTON STATE -- EXTRA FANCY 125 SIZE RED or GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES 6 GREEN STAMPS Economy i? just a way of spending money ··vjihrtut getting any fun out of it.--Reporter. Kanawha. la. TRY THE CLASSIFIED AD: C ea GREEN STAMPS FOLKS ORE FRIENDLIER RT PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT. MAY 2,1970 QUANTITY RiSHTS RESERVED ALBERS... FAMOUS FOR SELECT ION and NATION AL BRANDS Termites swarming? A BRUCE iNEWSPA'FERr HIGHLAND ENTERPRISE LUMBER COMPANY Ph. 393-1951 Hiiltboro . NEWSPAPER!! 1C HIV I

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