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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, March 01, 1972, Image 13

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* V ' Page 5 Sec. 2 — The Tribune-PreM, Gouverncur. NY March I. 1972 ^ 1 afternoon guests of rs. Donald Raven of [r. and Mrs. Harold Pammy of Heuvelton 22 evening guests of igs. Mr. and Mrs. spent Wednesday ith Mr. and Mrs. d of Richville. e, daughter of Mr. Howard Bice was en of St. Lawrence dressers Association nual dinner at the se Restaurant in eb. 13. Judy is a Heuvelton Central las also been a par- Mrs. Dumas' Dance >r and sons from Malcolm Badger and the weekend at the ft and Mrs. Walter soit and son Michael T were Wednesday r. and Mrs. Donald Fowler Pioneer 4-H card party'\ at the Hall Feb. 12, for the be Heart Fund at tal of $23.50 was bers are also con- sr-to-door collection •t Fund as is their i. John Yerdon, News Reporter APPINESS IS LOW PRICES StanU at reserve the right fro limit' quonfitjy; •- A Prices effective thru Sat, Mar'. 4, 1972 ^ \ # ^ ** Fresh Americar LEG OF LAMB SUGARDALE (water added) LB. % Cut Veil Center Cut Ham Slices 1b. 99e Sugardale Vac Pac SLICED BACON QUARTER CUT FRYERS Dvrr's Polish Styl« S<Misag« ib. » 99< SUGARDALE ^SEMI-BONELESS HAMS Fully Cooked Either Half (water added) _lb. Young Fancy Sliced BEEF LIVER 69* 5Oc Off FREEZE DRIED UABLt COUPON Chunk Bologna lb Delicious Frozen Foods Whole Kernel or Cream Sfyle OR PEAS BEETS OR DKED CARROTS CRINKLE CUT Slice* or Halves YELLOW CLING PEACHES APRICOT HALVES. PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT FRENCH STYLE OR CUT GREEN BEANS CATSUP STEWED TOMATOES 29 oz. cans 16 oz. cans 46 oz. cans 16 oz. cans 14 oz. btV Deodorant RIGHT GUARD NORWICH ASPIRMS TOOct. fetl U.S. *) Sire* Main* Baking Potatoes BEER 39< SPINACH RED RIPE TOMATOES CABBAGE NAVEL Cc ' :Wc * °^ - i3< ORANGES 1C cz. to; CC2 291 59<

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