:;£22 Gal6sburg;RegistQ.r>MQil # Gdesburg, 111, Wednesdfl.v f ..June 20,1973 Four Horoscope ml v By FRANCES DRAKE Look in tha section in which your birthday comes and find what yotif outlook is, according id the stars. FOR THURSDAY, I JUNE zi, im \ March 21 to April 20 (Aries) ' —A diay in which you MUST curb your, innate agigriessive- ness. Problems with .those in 'authoriity could ensue if you insist? on your own way. ; April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) •"^Someone may advance a get- Srich-quiick scheme. Size him up .thoroughly before you even listen. A "sensational" gain now oouiltd prove costly later. , May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) 5— This is no time to play the [•'modest. violet." II you want •something, jgo after it. Realize your potentials fully and state •your case an a confident, au- fthodtative manner. • June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)— Jifour thoughts finally jell on a project you've been oonfcem- jpdatLng, You "put it all' togeth- ..er," as they say, and results 'will prove it. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo)—Time now ito get going with any new enterprise you've had in mind, but try a different approach than you've planned. It's a day when unorthodox methods will pay ofif. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)— Your routine subject to quick change now. Someone in authority may be acting erratically, but hold .tight and just do the best you can. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)— Delays and obstacles may be the order of the day but such 'challenges can boomerang in your favor if you stress your determination—and foresight. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— A day in which a personad ambition can be happily fulfilled. You finally get the backing you have wanted—and needed. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — Being in the right place at the right time could be the key to a new opportunity or an adventuresome experience on this highly stimulating day. Keep, aid senses alert. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn! •—You may hear some very careless talk. Be analytical and sift through »H the wordage until you ring 'the bell of fact. Then, arid only then, take any needed action, Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Your impressions about certain acquaintances will 'be valid, but don't spread the word. Some information is best kept secret. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Some misleading influences. Take no promises for granted. Get everything in writing and, above all, be cautious in dealing with strangers: YOU BORN TODAY are clever, original and sensitive; endowed with a fine mind and a lively imagination, Travel has great appeal for you and you could succeed in any field which takes you afar but, if you choose to limit your journeys to pleasurable ends, your choice of careers is almost limitless, since your versatility is outstanding. The theater would be an excellent outlet for your tal- _ ents and in this area you coui '.d '* shine as actor, director, play- r* wright or critic. Other fields in " which you could excel: liter a* ture, the law, journalism, archi- » tecture. u« ft a* aft mi •an fit W 53 •a :< Woman Presents z Program to Circle » NORWOOD—Miss Maude Pell terson presented the program, * using an article from "Concern" 2 magazine, when members of * the Norwood United Presbyteri- ' an Women's circle met recently I at Mrs, Wray Watt's home. * Mrs, James Orth presided at '•• the meeting, and Mrs. Dean 1 Anderson Jed Bible study, Mrs. Willis Orth, Monmouth, and Mrs, Faith Bartle-tt, Qita. wa, recently apenfc*several days at the home of Mrs. Wray Watt. Other gues'.s at her home recently were Rosemary Orth, Seaton, and Mrs, Mary Walker, Kewanee, ft « m * •a Confirmands Willi Be Meal Guests ALPHA - Alpha United Methodist Church's confirmands will be guests of honor at a potluck at New Windsor Park following the June 24 worship service. Mrs. Ted Johnson and Marc, Mclienry, spent the past week With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I .1. Carl/von. Other guesls at Die Carlson home were Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ,ence Johnson, Harris, Minn. COPYRIGHT'* 1973 By Eagle Starts* All Rights Reserved UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED FULL CUT Beef jnrwuJHound Steak Our Ceiling Price LB, $1.39 num IOUI CAULK STYI f on Oven Roasting Corned Beef 8 i 19 LB. Compare Quality And Price UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Beef Blade imM/erJ Chuck Roast Our Celling Price LB. 79c UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED I UNCON L^Beef Steak •Our Celling Price LB. $1.59 HORMI I MAI VI 'J Cure 81 Boneless Hams UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED ANY SIZE PACKAGE APPROXIMATE FAT CONTENT25". Fresh SMGround Beef 79 LB. Compare Quality And Price Compare Quality And Price pkg. 99 LB 89' DUBUQUE —ROYAL BUFFET Sliced Bacon UNCONDITIONALLY BONDEC Beef Rib Steak UNCONDITIONALLY BONOEQ Beef Chuck Steak OSCAR MAYERJUBH.EE,SMOKE0 eBoneless i Ham LB »1" U S.D.A. GRADE A - WHOLE - FRESH Frying Chickens LB, 42C US DA. GRADE A ROCK CORNISH Tyson's , aB . Game Hen ^" M •« REGULAR UR THICK Oscar Mayer gms* Sliced ^Bacon 05 1-lb. pkg. Vfluj Pag Mcwe Compare Quality And Price CotuttMtettA)) UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED LARGE END Beef Rib Roast $117 I LB. Our Ceiling Price LB. $1.29 NEW! ARMOUR STAR SELF-BASTING 7 TO 9 LB. SIZES Small otisserie Turkey Compare Quality And,Price BULK STYLE Smoked ^Lowmcij Rope Sausage LB. J SUNSHINE - COOKIES Lemon Cooler © TOPPING MIX J Dream Whip CHEF BOY-AR-DEE - CHEESE Piiza Mix JIFFY Biscuit Mix f CHICKEN OR BEEF^^^^ Golden Grain Rice-a-roni ' P r 8 " 43< ft': 70' 56c 15>4-oi. 4oo*. ^ 42c pkg. tot, 32' Coined Toodn VLASIC Hamburger Dill Chips J49 « 3J-o«. jar Heinz Genuine Dills 149* AMERICAN BEAUTY Pork & Beans 82! lb.. •oi. can ©VLASIC ] Sweet Relish » WISHBONE - ITALIAN 4 Dressing ,"»', 5851« Ho;, oil. Harvest Day Salad Dressing pi lar 3 Baking © DEL MON1E J Sweet Peas 9 CHEF BOY-AR-DEE A Ravioli READ Three Bean Salad 17-u;. can 24' 34* Harvest Day Vienna Bread 16 0*. lo«l 34 c 16'Voi tin QEMAN S - iOI COUNT Malted Milk Balls 166 HAMBURGER OR WIENER n^iar 0 I 3Qc Harvest Day Buns * 32 **** HARVEST UAY - LAHUE White Bread 'ri HARVEST DAY -- SESAME Seeded Buns c oT 35 You'll Love Eagle's Farm Fresh Produce Eagle carries the widest assort ment of tempting fresh fruits and vegetables just bursting with sun-drenched goodness. All the farm fresh produce is as fresh as careful handling, rapid shipping and tender care can make them. Choose from everyday favorites to wildly exotic specialties. Right now when many things are "in season" Eagle can offer you at tractive everyday low prices. 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