Lancaster Eagle-Gazette from Lancaster, Ohio on September 9, 1975 · 17
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Lancaster Eagle-Gazette from Lancaster, Ohio · 17

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PAGE 17 Lancaster. (0.) EagleGazetle Tues, September 9, 1975 (V 621 North Memorial Drive rplgL FRESH, LEAN FLAVORFUL . I J J ?mB 0 0 UyiiljIX:.. X.. ...LB. X A ) 'MX.L GRADE A I IWRia BONUS BONELESS ROUND S. THRIF-T-PAK tbaT?c XfysT SWISS V!S rT FRYER STEAK p T PARTS K ? A 1 ' THICK I CyVld WITH 2 GIBLET I T DINNER BELL THICK OR REGULAR kCfe(ih TENDER AGED JPJ H 4 gikis ,m roiriibASTss nr ' EtL. , i -y i 4A Sfek LICED BA TENDER AGED FULL CUTS ROUND STEA ECKRICH snoci-v-Liucts OHIO PACK REDSKIN PIECE BOLOGNA 79 lb. I y DINNER BELL REGULAR, POLISH KIELBASA $flQ SMOKED PORK SAUSAGE u 1 DINNER BELL $ & 9 Q SLICED LUNCH MEAT 8 VARIETIES PW. 1 AICAUPR IA11II niAAII OlC OMUIVtU JUWL DAUUff lb VSL W Ml f GELATIN WK?,SJIR 10.75 yfn 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 rT) azrnirnYPP PORKS 7QC TEA m$148 A;1,,.,. , JfJC VIENNA , 99c BEANS &9 BAGS g I SAUCE. oz fO SAUSAGE .100 CAMELOT WHITE VIIIEGAR 16 ,0Z. 19 KRAFT ITALIAN DRESSING 8 OZ 48 LACHOY BEEF C CHOW MEIN 16 .OZ. 79 CAMPBELL'S CREAM OF C POTATO SOUP 10'i . OZ. 19' PRICES 6000 THROUGH SEPT. 14, 1975 WE RESERVE QUANTITY RIGHTS WE ACCEPT FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS Airmen Make Air Force News Throughout World PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Now serving at Tyndall AFB, Fla., is Air Force Staff Sergeant Joseph W. Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Patterson, of 634 E. Wheeling St.. Lancaster. Sergeant Patterson, an electric power production specialist, was previously assigned at Fort Lee Air Force Station, Va. The sergeant is a 1969 graduate of Lancaster High School. SAN ANTONIO Airman Richard L. Uer Jr., son of Mr. anl Mrs. Richard L. Her Sr., Millersport, has been selected for technical training in the U.S. Air Force aircraft equipment maintenance field at Chanute AFB. HI. The airman recently com-pleted basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., where he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Airman Her is a 1975 graduate of Walnut Township High School. DENVER Airman Michael L. Helser. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goodin. of Rt. 1. Rush-ville, has graduated at Lowery AFB. Colp., from the U.S. Air Force weapons mechanic course conducted by the Air Training Command. The airman, who was trained to load and inspect the weapons used in Air Force jet aircraft, -is being assigned to Torrejon " AB, Spain, for duty with a unit of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe. Airman Helser is a 1975 graduate of Sheridan High School, Thornville. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmm FAIRFIELD MEN, WOMEN In Military Service I I f w ww I fir Carroll Youth Leaves Ohio For Training Terry Fitzpatrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Fitzpatrick, of 4345 Carroll-Cemetery Rd., left Lancaster Aug. 29 for Parris Island, S. C. where he will receive basic training in the United State Marine Corps. Terry is a 1974 graduate of Bloom Carroll High School. He was recruited following higt school graduation by Marine representatives from the Lancaster area, according to Terry's mother. Terry Fitzpatrick Skylab Astronauts End Careers In The Military NASA Astronauts Gerald P. Carr and William R. Pogue retired from military service Sept. 1. Carr, 42, a Marine Corps colonel, will remain with NASA as a civilian astronaut. Pogue, 45, an Air Force colonel, will leave NASA. Carr has 22 years and Pogue has 25 years of military service. Carr was commander and Pogue was pilot of Skylab 4, the longest manned spece flight to date. With Dr. Edward G. Gibson, science pilot, they share the world record for individual time in space of 2,017 hours, 15 minutes. 32 seconds. "The achievements of the American spece program over the past 17 years have been a great source of pride and satisfaction to me, and I shall always be grateful for the opportunity I had to share in part of that effort," Pogue said. Army Trains, Promotes Local Soldiers Mannheim , Germany Daniel H. Ansel, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ansel, Rt. 1, Baltimore, was promoted to Army specialist four while serving as a recovery specialist in the 8th Infantry Division. Ft. Eustis. Va. -- Army Private Michael L. Greer, 19. son of Mrs. Lorretta Rogers, 557 E. Sixth Ave., Lancaster, completed an airframe repair course at the Army Transportation School here. He was trained in the maintenance and repair of aircraft structural parts. Area Navy, Marine Men Promoted Marine Private First Class William E. Ashton Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ashton, of 426 S. Maple St., Lancaster, has been promoted to his present rank while serving with the 3rd Marine Division on Okinawa. Marine Sergeant William D. Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill J. Carter, of Thornville, has been promoted to his present rank while serving at the Marine Corps Air Station. New River, Jacksonville, N.C. "I am retiring to accept a position as Vice President with the High Flight Foundation, Colorado Springs," he said. High Flight is an evangelistic organization founded by James B. Irwin, who retired as an astronaut in 1972. Pogue is married and has three children. The family will continue to reside in the Clear Lake, Tex., area. Carr is married and has six children. He and Pogue were selected as NASA astronauts in April, 1966. Pogue's departure will reduce the number of NASA astronauts to 31. The Skylab 4 mission was launched Nov. 16, 1973, and concluded Feb. 8, 1974. The crew successfully completed 56 experiments, 26 science demonstrations and 13 student investigations during 1214 revolutions of the Earth. Carr, Pogue and Gibson also acquired ex t e n s i v e Earth resources observations data using handheld cameras and Skylab's Earth Resources Experiment Package camera and sensor array. They logged 338 hours of operation of the Apollo Telescope Mount which observed the Sun's processes. Howdyshell Completes Med. Course WO-l Virgil L. Howdyshell, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Virgil K.-Howdyshell, of Pickerington, recently completed the army's physician's assistant course irv association with Baylor University, of Waco, Tex. Following graduation. Mr. Howdyshell was elevated from enlisted status to warrant officer status and was granted an associate degree of Science. Mr. Howdyshell has between 14 and 15 years in the U.S. Army. His wife is the former Mary Sue Webb, a registered nurse from Rockingham, N.C. They have two children. Kenneth William, 6, and Jonathon Kelly, 4. Mr. Howdyshell graduated from Pickerington High School, class of 1953. After baking a cake, place an electric fan on the table near the cake. This helps to cool the cake and prevents the frosting from running down. The cool air sets the frosting quicker so that the cake is ready to store in far less time than if it was cooled at room temperature. ALUMINUM SIDING- DONT BE ROBBED . . . 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