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Your Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE • Look in ih& section' In which J^ouf birthday comes and find •what your outlook is, according "to the stars. V FOR THURSDAY, : .TUNE 14, 1973 j March 21 to April 20 (Aries) ; ^specifs now suggest that you ' get a tight hold on reins and direct with finesse; also show a Willingness to be taught a new trick or method. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) —Excellent influences encour- • age artistic pursuits, romance, i domestic interests. Day spells ; action, determination. Plan I Wisely. ! May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) —Mercury, extremely favorable, now encourages intellectual pur- ' suits, all written matters, com- miunications generally. Social . events should prove highly enjoyable, too. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) —Jack up sagging productivity, revise the format of programs which seem to get nowhere. A change of pace, direction, momentum may be the answer. July 24 to Aug. 23 (L«o) — If you really have time for "ex- i tras" on a busy day, take them ' on judiciously. Don't overtax j energies and don'it hesitate to ask for help if you find yourself in a bind. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)— Ptenty of competition about, but don't let it dismay you. Anchor your sails to the well- founded and engage opponents with enthusiasm. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)— Some pressures possible. Don't try to bluff your way out of situations but face up to them. You'll not only get better results but those in authority will be impressed. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) —An analytical look at your position may indicate some new avenues to pursue. Keep an easy yet alert eye on future moves. Taper off in late hours to relax. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — If expanding operations, proceed cautiously. Consider all facets, trends. You are usually at your best when going forward, but at times you MUST stand and wait. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) . —This is a day in which you ' could fall prey to schemers if not alert. Do not be fearful, but DO make every effort to get to the truth of all matters. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Act swiftly if conditions seem right, but proceed slowly where the going is tricky and there are obstacles which cannot be overlooked. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces): —A new surge of energy should; carry you far along the road! to success and recognition. But I be sure of your goals. Don't go off on tangents. YOU BORN TODAY are imaginative, brilliant of intellect and dexterous of hand. Your versatility and 'love of life are outstanding, but you must learn to curb tendencies toward hypersensitivity and restlessness. You are idealistic and always aim high, but you're not a daydreamer. In fact, you abhor idleness and, once you've chosen the career which appeals to you most, will spare no effort to reach the top—which you usually do, since you are a realist and your goals are always within the realm of possibility. Fields in which you could attain your greatest successes: writing, theatricail direction, music, journalism (as reporter or editor), research; in the business world, as broker or dealer in commodities. Birth- date of; Harriet Beecher Stowe, author (Uncle Tom's Cabin j; John MeConmack, singer. Larchland Couple Host to Ioivans LARCHLAND—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuetelberg and family, Atlantic, Iowa, spent June 2-3j hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Souther. Sarah Hawk, RoseviLle, a'so visited the SrAjther family. Miss Sarah GilJen has returned from a trip to Florida. On the ' A ay h>m<- she visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Taturn. Mrs. William Fell man hosted. Larchiarid Community Aid So- ciely members Jun-; f;. Mrs. Elmer Ray and Mrs. Arthur Carlson attended a bridal shower for Janice Kyler June 3 at the home of Lloyd Arthur, Monmouth. COPYRIGHT*' 1973 By Eagld Stows. All Rights Rmmd. Mr; Completes (IOUTM; ALEIX) — Grace Clark, K.N , a supervisor at Mercer County Hospital, has completed a 4- week course on trauma and critical care at Moline Public Hospital. READ THE WANT ADS! i eagle DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS Bonded And Unconditionally Guaranteed! Compare Our Low Ceiling Prices Anywhere! y^nU DUBUQUE B ^JyJpGARLIC STYLE OR Oven Roasting Corned Beef s 1 LB. Compare Quality And Price OSCAR MAYER BULK STYLE Pure Pork Link *1 LB. Compare Quality And Price REGULAR OR THICK Oscar Mayer Sliced Bacon $105 • Mb. • pkg. Compare Quality And Price UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Beef Round Steak $ 1 LB. Our Celling Price LB $1.39 UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED TAILLESS Beef Loin T-Bone Steak $165 LB. Otir Ceiling Price LB. $1.69 UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED LARGE END Rib Roast $117 | LB.. Our Ceiling Price LB. $1.29 UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Beef Sirloin Steak $143 I LB. Our Ceiling Price LB. $1.59 LADY LEE HOT OR REGULAR Pure Pork 83 c 1-lb. roll Our Ceiling Price LB. 85c UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED Quarter Sliced Pork Loin Our Ceiling Price LB. $1.05 UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED ANY SIZE PACKAGE APPROXIMATE FAT CONTENT 25% Fresh Ground 88 c LB. Compare Quality And Price HARVEST DAY Chuck Wagon Bread J-toz. loal 39« UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Beef Blade Chuck Roast c LB. Our Ceiling Price LB. 79c O.M. SLICED BOLOGNA t-OZ. PKG. 590 Oscar Mayer Sliced Bologna c '1.2-0*. pkg. Compare Quality And Price Hunt's Tomato Ketchup 142 C 28oz. btl. HARVEST DAY Large White Bread aY27' HARVEST DAY Wheat Bread • vCcuutect Tbocfe 'f™ 0 .'- 24« 1 II). c,i (ton 71 ^EDWARDS-BLUEBERRY RIVER _ _ J Coffee Cake «<* 69' II S U A OPAOL A UWLCf CHI AM IflOtJAHILiti Lady Lee Butter I A0f I [ I. - SI IGKJUILl'Si: Colby Longhorn J am ON •• in 'IEV/HOWI Soft Margarine rmiADiu PHIA Cream Cheese l AIJY LEI'. - I.URN Oil. Margarine STEUA - IIAIIAHSTYLE Grated Cheese IADY LEF - SI ICED American Cheese rnFSH - (-UI-E - TROPil .'.Ar.A , Orange Juice 1(1 r» £* a , Mb. Af\l bowl tw e DEL MONTE - FRENCH STYLE 4 Green Beans J O»C - REAL TRENCH FRIED Onions I DE I MONTE Sweet Peas <? DCI MONTC - HALVES 4 Bartiett Pears J lllG JOHN :> Beans'n KixitVs UbDYS -• 5 FLAVORS - DESSERT Fruit Float 16 -01. can 27« 3 c?n" 32« "J? 24 < 16-o*. AJBI can JD 40' can 9 '4-07. A tic can 3r,/. P.«'J- 11b. pk <J. 15< 33c 74 « 47« 77 s I PURE VEGETABLE Crisco Shortening Farm Fresh Produce Garden freshness makes Eagle's fruits and vegetables more delicious. Right now.you'll find tender, juicy strawberries, cherry tomatoes.fresh mushrooms, and greens. Chinese cabbage, watermelons... all mouthwatering good at Eagle. FRESH SELECTED QUALITY Golden Bananas 141 J SUNSHINE Vanilla Wafers •)<» PC T - EVAPORATED Skimmed Milk FRIED HICt' RIB ROAST OH DRUMSTICK 7o , Minute Rice Mix p»«.' p »y 41' | /*,•> 33c WHITE OR COLORED Kleenex Facial Tissue 126 C 200-ct. pkg. Del Monte Fruit Cocktail 130 |C 17 -01. can Del Monte Cut Green Beans| 125"! 16-oz. can CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL Del Monte Golden Sweet Corn J22< , 17 -01!. can Lady Lee Liquid Bleach 136 C 1 gallon jug 'PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH Raid Ant & .Roach Killer CHUNKING - MfJATANU S11R1MPOR 6 ol. tO 04- 9 i 01. . „ 58< 85' J CHICKEN o Egg Rolls ORE IDA .Onion Ringers MORTON S - BLUEBERRY , Muffins 'Green Giant - In Bullet Sauce LeSueur Peas io -oz. A*, 4 Orange Juice ';. 48 V NViE MA <) MATH I CALLCN 4 Lemonade 52- I I A,' Fi I-AI; Grape Juice 46' 9IG BEN, SPICETTES, OR ORANGE SLICES Brach's Jellies 48 c PERSONAL SIZE Ivory Soap 'our 3'/i-ojr. bari 36 We Discount Everything e*&* Quality, Courtesy, And Service! FOR DISHES Palmolive Liquid 22 oi. bu. 45 Fab ! JiSL Detergent ^Gtfl? 49 oi. 66 DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS Henderson & Fremont Prlc«i Art OUcounlt0 ExcVp" HOURS: Mon. Sun. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. „__ _ _ , ^ -•• • w And Oovf rnm«nl Controlled ll»m» STORE HOURS: Mpn. - Fri. 9 A.M.-9 P.M./ | a t. 9 A.M.-9 P.M. SWEET SMOKED Lady Lee Sliced Bacon 93 c 1-lb. pkg. Compare Quality And Price UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED CENTER CUT Beef Chuck Steak, LB. Our Ceiling Price LB. 97c TYSON'S - U.S.D.A. GRADE A Rock Cornish Game Hen $]05 22-oz. size Compare Quality And Price UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Boneless Rolled Rump Roast $139 I LB. Our Ceiling Price LB.S1.55 U.S.D.A. GRADE A WHOLE BODY - 2WLB. & UP SIZES Fresh Frying Chickens c LB. Compare Quality And Price OSCAR MAYER ALL BEEF OR All Meat Wieners c 1-lb. pkg. Compare Quality And Price Beoeutgea INsTANT ORANBE - BOz. MEE Tang Drink Mix J UPTON Instant Tea HeaAkS B«auty 33-02. iar 1.25 ALL FLAVORS - FRUIT Hi-C Drinks I J HERSHEY'S Instant Cocoa ALL GRINDS Folger's Coffee COFFEE - REGULAR OR ELECTRA PERK Maxwell House INSTANT COFFEE Hills Bros. Coffee 46-oj, can 32 -02. can 3-lb. can 30' 77c $2*3 10-oz. jar r Excedrin , ...."^ Tablets fM"! FOR SUNBURN RELIEF ^ Solarcaine Aerosol $1 88 • can ^ FOR SUNBURN RELIEF ^ Solarcaine Aerosol $1 88 • can ^ r \ RLL>. VERY BEHRY. ^ GREA r GRAPE. CHERRY ROYAL Hawaiian Punch 1 34c 40-oz. can Eagle... The True Discount Supermarket Don't be mislead by another supermarket s claim of discounts or specials f a<)le ollois you hue discounts on your supeiriuw lu;t ni!eds in every depart m<;nI with no saciillcti in (ju.tlily Stayfree Mini pads NON POLLUTING Miracle White Detergent $1 20 I in •,, V") poortBbioi^i MM in,HI Rajd Flying Insect Killer "Our PTICB Protection Polity gLMianleej these pricet to be ellective Irorn Wednesday, Juno 13. 1973, through Tuesday, Junei 10, 18/3, regsrdlet* QI colt IncriMM."

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