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PAGE 6--CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI--64601 -Legal Notices- CHILUCOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1980 Notice of Filing of Final Settlement and Petition for Distribution sta'e ol Missouri, i ounly of Livingston.--ss "IN THK CIRCUIT COUKTOF i .1 vi.v;sm\ COUNTY, MO. PROBATK DIVISION 'Sec 47:ifl)7, H S Mo ,i S l a l i - «l Missouri, ' o i i n t v of Livingston · ss I n the eMale ol (irover C M , i i c u m Deceased Kslate ,\u 7V 004 10 A L L P K R S O N S I . N - ·| K K K S T K I ) I N T H K I . S ' I A T K OF (Jrover C Mari mi). Deceased 'i our are hereby notified M i . i t t h e undersigned K x i mil i x nl s.nd estate w i l l hie n i i . i l s e t t l e m e n t and petition !ni d i s t r i b u t i o n on the lllth day nl \ u g u s l , lilHii, or as con mined by I he c o u r t , in said 1 ' i o b i i t e ( ' n u l l and thai any u l i j e i lions or exceptions to such s e l l l e i n e n l DI p e t i t i o n 01 .HP, ilem thereof must he m · M i t i n g and hied w i t h i n t e n d , i \ s |mm the dale said f i n a l - . e t t l e m e n l is hied M.iln-1 M a r e u m Darcy, Kx · I !()!'. M i l l e i C h i l l i c o t h e , ( l e a \ e l a n d . M a c o u b r i c , Lexus and CDX, A l l o r n e y , P H I'.ox I ."ill. C h i l l i c o t h e , Misusiin hHim I ' u l i l i s h J u l y 17. 24, :il and \ i i g u s t 7 1'wb Notice of Special Meetiiifi I ' u h l i c notice is h e i e h y H i v e n of special meeting of the Board ol Directors of l j uhlic \ \ a l e i Supply District No. :t of I .inn and Livingston Counties, Missouri, will he held at theol- hce ol James P Williams, 1 1 1 K.isl lirooks St , Brookfield, Missouri on July 22, !«!() at I :io p in for the purpose of considering and acting on the .idophon of a resolution calling a hond election in said d i s t r i c t on the (jue.slion of w h e t h e r to issue :i million dollars of special obligation lionds ol said district ana transacting .such further business ·is may come before the meeting The meeting w i l l he open to the public. I )ons Tiemeyer, Sec of the Hoard of Directors of Public VValer Supply District No :! ol L i n n and L i v i n g s t o n Counties, Missouri. P u b l i s h - J u l y 17, IHIUI Notice of I.elK-rs Trsl;iincntar\ (irantcd iSec.-!7:!.(i:!:i. KSMo, as Amended 11)711) Male of Missouri. Countv il Livingston.--ss. "1NTI1K C I R C U I T COURT OF L I V l X f J S T O N COUNTY, MO. PROHATK D I V I S I O N In the estate ol Frank Edwin Fisher Decedent. K s t a t e N o CVtmu-UP To all persons interested in the estate of Frank K c l u i n Fisher. Decedent- On the l l l t h da ol June, liiKli. the last w i l l of Frank Kd- u m Fisher was a d m i t t e d to p r o b a t e a n d D a v i d P . Macoiibne was appointed the executor of the estate ol Frank K d u i n Fisher, decedent, by the Probate Division ol the Cn cml Court ol Livingston C o u n t y . Missouri, on the lllth das ol J u n e . HUH) The business address ol the ex- ecnlor is :)tij Citi/ens Bank T r u s t B u i l d i n g . Box IS!). Clnllieothe. Mo ti-HHH, whose lelephone number is (1110) H i l l ·tr22. and his attorney is Cleaveland, Macoubrie, Lesvis Ik C o x . ol C ' h i l h c o t h e . Missouri, whose business address is P 0 Box 151), Clnllicolhe. Mo li-ltilll, and uhose telephone number is i II H i ) (H(i-45i2. All creditors of said decedent are n o t i l i e r l to f i l e claims m court w i t h i n six months f r o m the date ol this notice or be forever barred. Beverly H a m i l t o n Clerk " Probate Division ol the Circuit Court L i v i n g s t o n C o u n t s . Mo Publish June 2(1. J u l y :i. 10. and 17. lilHIl Notice of Filing of Final Srlllriiiriil and Petition for Distribution i Sec 47:i."»7. R S Mo., 1U"!» S t a t e ol Missouri, Counts ol Livingston --.ss. ' I N T H K C I R C U I T C O l ' R T O F I . I V I N C S T O N COUNTY. MO. PKoBATF. D I V I S I O N In the estate of Cora K. B r i g h t Deceased Kstate No CVHTIM.'.IP T O A L L P K R S O N S I N T K K K S T K I ) I V T H K rT'\TK OF Corn K Bright I )eceased You are hereby notified t h a t the undersigned Kxectitor of said estate svill file final settlement and petition for the distribution on the 11th day of August, liiHO, or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and t h a t any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in w r i t i n g and filed w i t h i n ten days from the date said f i n a l settlement is 'filed. Krnest Littrcll. Kxecutor. Wheeling, Mis-snuri MfM C l e a v e l a n d , M a c o u b r i e . Lewis and Cox. P. O. Box 159, Chillicothe, Missouri 64GOI Publish: July 10.17. 24. and SI. 1980. Need more room in your basement? Sell your "white elephants" to someone with o Want Ad f TKUSTKK'SSALK W H K K K A S . J a m e s H W i l l i a m s and Beverly C. Williams, husband and wife by their deed of trust dated January 23, l'J7!t, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds for Livingston County, Missouri, in Hook :i84, at Page S5H, convoyed to Robert F Pyatl, as Trustee, all their right, title and interest in and lo the following described land and real estate, l y i n g and being in L i v i n g s t o n C o u n t y , Missouri, t o - w i t ' Beginning Hi feet South of the Northwest corner ol Block :i of the Original Survey of the City of C h i l l i c o t h e , M i s s o u r i . thence Ka.st 120 feel, thence South 74 feet, thence West 120 feel, thence North 74 feet to the place of lie-ginning which conveyance was made m trust to secure the payment ol one piomissory note and m- IffX'.sl thereon, described in and secured hy said deed ol t r u s t , and, V V I I K K K A S , the det-d of trust piovided thai (he Lender could appoint a s u b s t i t u t e t i u s l e e w l i o shall succeed to the t i t l e and r i g h t s and powers of the original trustee, and af the request ol I he legal holder ol said noli-, he may proceed to sell the property described therein, and, V V I I K K K A S , on J u n e 'M. Hlltl), Don Chapman, Jr., was, by the w r i t t e n appointment duly acknowledged and subse- q u e n t l y on J u l y 1, !!»)(), recorded in the ollice ol the Recorder ol Deeds for Livingston County. Missouri, in Book :il!7, at Page 71H, d u l y a p p o i n t e d s u b s t i t u t e trusee, and, V V I I K K K A S . the legal owner and holder ol said note under and liy v i r t u e ol Ihe terms and provisions of said note and the deed ol trust securing the same, has declared Ihe entire Notice of Letters Testa menUiry (jnmleil i.Sec 47:!.o:t:i, RSMo, as Amended 1!)71! State ol Missouri, County ol Livingston -ss I N THK C I R C U I T COURT OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO. PROBATK D I V I S I O N In Ihe estate of Mary Agnes K i n s e l l a , Decedent Kstate No CV8KO-45P To all persons interested in the e s t a t e o f M a r y A g n e s K i n s e l l a . Decedent. , On the 2nd clay ol July, the l a s t w i l l ol M a r y Agnes Kinsella was admitted to pro- hale and Pat Kmsella was appointed Ihe executor ol the e s t a t e o f M a r y A g n e s Kinsella, decedent, bv the Probate Division of the Circuit Court (il Livingston County, Missouri, on the :trd day ol July. l!)K() The business address o'l Ihe executor is Route 1. Wheeling. Mo. (14(i»!l, whose t e l e p h o n e n u m b e r i s Hl(i-(;r!i-2227. and his attorney is Michael B W a t k i n s of whose business is Rox 1)07 Mo. (14(101 and Chi/licolhe, a d d r e s s Clnllicothe . svhose telephone number is Kl(i-(i40-4:t2(l. All creditors ol said decedent are notified to t i l e claims m court w i t h i n six months f r o m the dale of this notice or be lorever barred. Beverly H a m i l t o n Clerk." Probate Division ol the Circuit Court, Livingston County, Mo Publish: July HI 17, 2 - l a m i : i l , HMO debt thereby secured to be due and payable; and, VVIIKKKAS, the legal owner and holder of said note has requested me to execute the posvers in me vested by said deed of trust, and proceed to sell said premises, and out of the proceeds of said sale pay the indebtedness secured thereby. NOW, TIIKKKKOKK. I, Don C h a p m a n , Jr., S u b s t i t u t e Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said note, and by. virtue of the authority in me vested by said deed of trust, will on Friday, the 25th day of J u l y , liiHD, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock A.M. and 5:00 o'clock P M. of that day, particularly 1:30 P.M., at the South front door of the Court h o u s e i n t h e C i t y o f Chillicothe, in the County of Livingston, and the State of M i s s o u r i , sell the above described property at public venduc to the highest bidder for cash for the purpose of paying said debt and interest and the expense of executing this trust. /s/Don Chapman, Jr. Substitute Trustee Publish: July 3, 10, 17 and 24, 11)80 Notice of Appointment of (iuardian Sec. 309, 475.140, HSMo. 1959. State of Missouri, County of Livingston--ss. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO. PROBATK DIVISION In the estate of William B. Morton, Incompetent Estate No. CV8HO-42P To all persons interested in the estate of William B. Horton. Incompetent: On the 30lh day of June, 1980. Richard L. West was appointed guardian of the person and estate of William B. Morton, a person adjudicated incompetent under the laws of Missouri, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Livingston County, Missouri. The business address of the guardian is 1311 Maple, Chillicothe. M i s s o u r i 0460) whose t e l e p h o n e n u m b e r i s 8lG-640-0;:i8, and his attorney is Nolan Chapman, Jr., whose a d d r e s s is Box 218, Chillicothe, Mo 04001, and whose telephone number is 810-040-0027. AJ) creditors of said incompetent are notified to file their claims in the Prouate Court within nine months, trorn the date of first publication of this notice or be forever barred Beverly H a m i l t o n Clerk Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Livingston County, Mo Publish July :i, 10, 17 and 24, 19KO Notice of Filing of Final Settlement and Petition for Distribution (Sec 473 587, R.S. Mo., 11)59) Slate of Missouri, County of Livingston.-ss IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OK LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO. PRORATK DIVISION In the estate of Herbert Lamb Deceased. Kstate No. CV879-1U1P T O A L L P E R S O N S I N T K H K S T K D I N T H E KSTATK OF Herbert Lamb, Deceased You are hereby notified that t h e u n d e r s i g n e d A d - ministrator of said estate will file final settlement and petition lor distribution on the 4th day ol August, 1'JWJ, or as continued by the court, in said Court and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed w i t h i n ten days from the date said final settlement is hied. /s/ Clifford Lamb, Admr. Exec., P 0. Box 212, 505 So. Hudson, Buckner, Missouri 04010 By: /s/ Don Chapman, Jr., Attorney, P. 0. Box 218, 903 J a c k s o n SI . C h i l l i c o t h e , Missouri 04001 Publish: July 3, 10, 17 and 24, 19HI). Notice of Filing of Final Settlement and Petition for Distribution (Sec 473.587, R.S. Mo.) State of Missouri, County of Livingston.--ss. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO. PROBATE DIVISION In the estate of O r v a l Roberts Deceased. Estate No. CVtlHO-lP. T O A L L P E R S O N S I N T E R E S T E D I N T H E ESTATE OF Orval Roberts, Deceased. You are hereby notified that the undersigned Executor of said estate will file final settlement and petition for distribution on the 4th day of August, 1980. or as continued by the court, in said Probate Court and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within ten days from the date said final settlement is f.Jed. W. R. Walker, Jr., Executor, Admr. Exec.,"RED 4, Chillicothe, Missouri 04001. C l e a v e l a n d , M a e o u b r i e , Lesvis and Cox, Attorney, P. O Box 159, C h i l l i c o t h e , Missouri 04001. Pulish: J u l y 10. 17, 24 and 31, 1980 Notice of Letters Testamentary Granted (Sec. 473,033," RSMo, as Amended 1978) State of Missouri, County of Livingston.-ss IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO. PROBATE DIVISION In the estate of Ethel Collins, Decedent. Estate No. CV880-44P To all persons interested in the estate of Ethel Collins, Decedent · On the 27th day of June, 1980, the last w i l l of Ethel Collins svas admitted to probate and Robert F. Collins was appointed the executor of the estate of Ethel Collins, decedent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Livingston County. Missouri, on the 27th day of June, 1980. The business address of the executor is 507 Stanlon Court. Fenton. Missouri 03020, whose telephone number is (314) 225-0558, and his attorney is Chapman and Chapman, of Chillicothe. Missouri, whose business address is Box 218, Chillicothe, Mo. G4C.01 and whose telephone number is (8101 040-0027. All creditors of snid decedent are notified to file claims in court within six months from the date of this notice or be forever barred. Beverly Hamilton Clerk, Probate Division of Circuit Court. Livingston County, Mo Publish: July 3. 10, 17 and 24, 1980. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held 8 p.m., July 31, 1980 at the RNA Hall in Springhill at which citizens may be heard on the property tax rates of Jackson Township, Livingston County, Missouri. Publish: July 17 18, 1980 I* 1 Avalon By Virginia Pilcher The recent Sunday morning tragedy svas a shock to everyone. Our sympathy and sincere prayers to the several families that w i l l suffer the loss of a loved one Bruce Durnil and Ted Nichols both had lived in and around Avalon several years and svere well known. Margie Banks and Frank Hille of St. Louis visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnhart over the f o u r t h . Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lisenby and family svho live at Gravois Mills had several ol his f a m i l y visit them over the fourth of July weekend They svere Mr and Mrs J i m Pilcher, Mr. and Mrs Dennis Watson and J e n n i f e r , Mr. and Mrs. R o n n i e Bowes and Geremy, Mr. and Mrs Sid Bowes, Kacie and Kerne. Mrs Sandy Blake. Stacie and Audi, Mr. and Mrs Francis Bosses, Mr. and Mrs Alva Watson and Robbie, A v a l o n , Mr and Mrs. Earl Taylor and Dannie. Liberty; Myrtle and Opal Lisenby, C h i l l i c o t h e F r a n c e s M i t c h e l l a n d Virginia Pilcher were in Trenton Tuesday Frances attended a short meeting at the post office there They visited M i s Nora Denison and Mrs Mora Pilcher. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Summers of Kansas City, Kansas lias spent a fesv dass v i s i t i n g her mother Virginia Pilcher and several other relatives. Takin' a break Three young-farmers-to-be, tired from a busy morning at the Livingston County 4-H oncf FFA Fair, found this open space of straw and a nice cool breeze from an overhead fan a perfect combination to catch a short nap. It was just a short while until the three young farmers: From left, Bill Hayen, Billy Gutshall and John Laffey, awoke and returned to their chores. -- Constitution-Tribune Photo Ludlow Items By Mrs. Anna Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olsen of St. Joseph have been recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Beulah Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Don Buckley of Independence are the parents of a baby boy born July fifth. He will answer to the name of Brandon Michael. M r . a n d M r s . W a y n e Rockhold hosted a dinner on Sunday, honoring f a m i l y members who celebrated July b i r t h d a y a n n i v e r s a r i e s . Guests of honor were Marty Ewing, Wayne Rockhold and Mrs. Eunice Pratt. Others who enjoyed the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ewing, Mr. Herb Pratt, Mr. George Rockhold, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Clemens, Mrs. Fannie Wiseley and Winifred McCreary. The afternoon was spent visiting. The sale of the household goods of the late Edgar Lewis was held July 12 with all offerings bringing a good price. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Morse called in the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Garstone day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Morse visited Mrs. Carrie Garst on Saturday evening. Mrs. Mary Still and Susan Still, Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bryan and family, Springfield, W.J. Bryan and daughter Irene and husband of Healerburg, Calif, were sup- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Town of L u d l o w , Ludlow, Missouri, will hold a public hearing at 7:30 P.M., August 12, 1980, in the Lions Cluo Building, relating to the proposed sanitary sewage system. The purpose of the hearing is to explain the proposed Construction of the sanitary sewage system and invite public comments on the environmental effects and possible alternatives as required by t h e U n i t e d States E n - vironmental Protection Agency. Detailed information on the proposed project is available for public inspection at the office of the consulting engineer, Crowley, Wade, Milstead, Inc., 3200 South M-291, I n d e p e n d e n c e , Missouri 04057, Telephone number 810-373-4800. Chairman of Ludlow, Missouri 'Bob Bondurant. Publish: June 19, 20; July 3, 10. 17. 24, 31: and Aug. 7,1980. per guests in the home of Mrs. Anna Bryan on Monday. The family group had attended memorial services for Robert Bryan, held at Garden Home for funerals at Chillicothe July 6. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Garst and family were among family members and friends in attendance of the family reunion of the Bratcher family held at Hamilton July 13. John Robinson of Kansas City was guest in the home of her mother, Mrs. Novella Robinson during the weekend. Mrs. Novella Robinson filled a doctors appointment in Columbia on Monday. Mrs. Nova Davidson of Long Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davidson, Clay Wallace, son, of Carmarillo, Calif, are house guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Clark, having arrived at KCI airport on July 4. Dave Davidson returned to Calif, on July 13 but the others are here for a few more days. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Smart of Fairview visited in the home of Mrs. Winifred Fields on Friday night. Rev. Smart is pastor of the Peter Prairie Baptist Church at South West City. They returned to their home on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Clark hsted a family reunion on July 12. Family members who were present to enjoy the occasion were, Mrs. Nova Davidson of Long Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davidson and son Clay Wallace of Camarillo, Calif. Mrs. Rene Nevet, Mrs. Mabel McCockles and janie, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hye and Ensel Lay of Kansas City, Peggy McCar- thay and son, Prairie Village, Bob Lay of Chicago, Irvin Mc- Coskrie of Chillicothe, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cox and Bradley of Braymer, Mrs. Fern Damerell, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Damerell and John, Mrs. Rhonda Bondurant, Jennifer and Ryan and Mrs. Eva Shields. Mrs. Nova Davidson, Mr. Clay Clark and Mrs. Eva Shields were among those in attendance when memorial services were held for Mrs. Opal Mesches on Sunday, July 13. Friends and relatives were saddened to learn of the death of Robert Bryan which occurred July 4th at HMC where he NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held 7:30 p.m., July 31st, 1980 at Avalon Rebekah Lodge Hall at which citizens may be heard on the property tax rates proposed to be set by Fairview Township. The tax rates shall be set to produce the revenues which the budget for the year of 1980 shows to be required from the property tax. Each tax rate is determined by dividing the amount of revenue required by the current assessed valuation. The result is multiplied by 100 so the tax rate will be expressed in cents per $100 valuation. Attrwrd V«hi«Cion Ry ('Btrgorif*) Real Estate Personal Property Railroad and Utility Merchants and Manufacturers Total Fund General Special Road and Bridge Added Road Tax Total r»nml TM V«r I«W $1168270 537760 373140 0 $2074170 AmMni tf Profrrlv T« Rcvtnws ftMlKctol f«r I*W $2,074.17 10,370.85 7,259.60 $19,704.62 Prior Tax Vnr mi $1138870 482630 358921 300 $1330721 Rain for (Ptr UN) 10' 50' 35' 95« Fairview Township Board By Marvin Blakely Clerk of Fairview Township Board had been a patient for two weeks. He was the son of the late Robert Bryan and Addie (Colliver) Bryan. He attended Bryanville school, during World War I he was a member of the Armel Aces. He was a retired mechanic. He was 84 years old. Sunday school was held at the regular hour at the Ludlow Community church with 56 in attendance. Special recotni- tion was given Mrs. Coleen Wheelbarger and Mrs. Ina Fields who were observing birthdays in July. Despite hot dry temperatures, Rev. Robert Barnett brought a worthwhile message to those who braved the heat. Texts were chosen from Genesis Chap. 48-50. An invitation is extended to attend either or both services on any Sunday. There were 19 present when Sunday school was held at the regular hour at the Ludlow Baptist Chapel. Brother Larry Reeter brought the morning message to 24 present with text chosen f r o m L u k e 23:27-49. Mark 15:30-39. There were 16 present for evening services with text Proverbs 29-18, Amos 8th C h a p . Everyone is welcome to at- DRUG QUIZ by Curt Scarborough, Ph.D. Dud by permission; all rights re- ·erved by DATE. St. Louis, Mo. QUESTION - Scientists have found that many children born to women who drink alcohol while pregnant have a pattern of physical and mental birth defects. They call the more severe problems "fetal alcohol syndrome" (FAS). Which of these is not an effect of FAS? a) Abnormally small birth size, especially of the head b) Small brains and mental deficiency c) Deformed or missing limbs d) Poor coordination and behavioral problems ANSWER - Alcohol consumed by a pregnant woman passes through the placenta (the organ which nourishes the unborn baby) adversely affecting the baby's fast-growing tissues, either killing cells or slowing their growth. The brain is the most affected organ. Evidence to date shows that FAS babies never catch up to normal growth or IQ. Deformed or missing limbs is not a characteristic of FAS. Correct answer - c. QUESTION - More than one million alcoholic women of childbearing age live in the United States today. What is the minimum safe level of alcohol consumption for pregnant women? a) None b) 1 drink per day c) 2 drinks per day d) 3 drinks per day ANSWER -"No minimum safe level of maternal alcohol consumption can be established at any time during pregnancy," said Dr. Cynthia Her man of the University of Washington. She also emphasized that drinking by the expectant mother during the first trimester after conception is the most harmful period for the developing fetus. Correct answer · a. tend any or all services on any Sunday. Mrs. Sue Jones, Mrs. Alice Shields, Mrs. Mary Gwinn and Ruth Bobb of Concordia have returned from Effingham, 111. having been guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Allen. BUY Aloe Vera Products Roger Bonnie Walker 816-755-3431 Box 3 Mooresville, Mo. 64664 North of BRAYMER, MO on Rt. "A" - 6,T,i SKATE DANCE PHONE 644-5400 Must Be 21--9:00 p.m. To 1:00 a.m. Saturday, July 19,1980 Country Sunshine On Band Break 10:30-11:00 Presenting Golden Grannies, La Foiles '$3.50 Per Person At Door Saturday, July 26, 1980 CHAPTER FOUR $3.50 Per Person At Door FRIDAY ROAST BEEF CHOICE OF POTATO, BROCCOLI W/CHEESE SAUCE, SALAD BAR, ROLL AND BUTTER, COFFEE OR TEA $ 3.25 SATURDAY 8-OZ. CHOICE CLUB STEAK BAKED POTATO, SALAD BAR, (INCLUDES SOUP), TEXAS TOAST OR HOT ROLL, COFFEE OR TEA. «4.5G SUNDAY OVEN FRIED CHICKEN BARBEQUED SPARE RIBS WHIPPED POTATOES W/GRAVY, SCALLOPED POTATOES, CREAMED PEAS, BUTTERED CORN, LIMA BEANS, SALAD BAR, ROLL BUTTER, COFFEE OR TEA.

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