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January 29, 2014 Part One
The Westend Weekly
Bringing Communities Together
Box 66, 303 Fifth St., Rainy River, ON P0W 1L0 Ph. 807-852-3815, Fax. 807-852-1863, Email. [email protected] Vol. 21, No. 40 Wednesday, January 29, 2014
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Singing away the January blues
Taylor Shouldice performs to help build a school in Kenya.
Pictured in back from l. Leah Bagacki, Izzy White and Paige
Anderson. In front from l. Alexa Bagacki and Hannah Anderson.
Larissa and Jessica Desrosiers perform a duet.
Pictured from l. Bob Fichuk, Maisie Fichuk, Celia Berry,
Curran Strachan, Taylor Shouldice and Carly Steinke.
By: Teresa Hazel
From the Grind Up hosted an
Open Mic Night last Friday in
support of Project 10K. The
evening was organized by
Maisie Fichuk to raise funds
toward her brother’s endeavour to raise ten thousand dollars in one day to build a
school in Kenya.
About midway through,
Maisie received a tweet from
her brother, Dexter Fichuk, announcing that almost eight
thousand dollars had been
raised thus far. Dexter and his
friend Scott Pharand were also
busy promoting the cause
from their University campus
in Peterborough, Ontario.
Meanwhile, in Fort Frances,
guests were treated to a great
display of entertainment,
which included performances
by Paul Lemesurier, Taylor
Shouldice, Larissa Desrosiers,
Jared Ball, Kenneth Kellar and
even a dance routine and song
by a couple of young girls who
were there to support the
cause.
Family was also showcased
when Jessica Desrosiers
joined her daughter for a couple of cover tunes, including
Angel by Sarah McLaughlin,
which was beautifully sung by
Jessica while Larissa played
the guitar.
Randy Ball made an impromptu appearance after his
son Jared performed. He
played guitar and sang Hotel
California by the Eagles,
showing where his son may
have received his musical talents.
“Really good. Awesome. Really like all the singing”, were
a few of the comments made
by a group of young guests
who were enjoying their hot
chocolate and pop.
Fichuk sat with a group of
friends and her dad, Bob, who
was pleased with the event.
“It would be nice to have
something like this every couple of weeks”, he said. “It’s
good entertainment”.
Maisie meanwhile was
pleased with the turnout for
her first-ever organized event
following in the footsteps of
her brother.
“My brother has a few more
Owner Ben Morelli (left) and Kenneth Kellar served coffee
and refreshments to the guests.
Paul Lemesurier kept the crowd entertained with his upbeat, toe-tapping, sing-a-long tunes.
For updates on Project 10K or
connections to performers so it
was great to see the public get to make a donation, like them
involved this time and take on Facebook or contact Maisie
part in the open mic”, she said. Fichuk at 807.276.8847 or by
at
Ben Morelli, owner of From email
the Grind Up was seen serving [email protected]
For information on upcoming
coffee and mingling with the
guests. Morelli has organized Open Mic Nights at From the
his own open mic nights at the Grind Up, like them on Facecoffee shop and plans to do book.
more.
“I would like to have them
monthly”, he said.
Even the crowd got involved
when Lemesurier sang Mustang Sally and everyone
pitched in for the chorus line,
“Ride Sally Ride”.
Fichuk wrapped up the
evening by thanking the performers and guests while
Lemesurier closed it out with
an awesome rendition of Bon
Jovi’s, “Wanted Dead or
Alive”.
Jared Ball takes the opportunity to perform.
Fort Frances jump-starts
the 2014 Relay For Life
Photographers’ showcase
The beauty of a Northwestern winter. This was taken January 8, 2014, at Rushing River
Provincial Park.
Photo by Michael Dawber, Emo
Allan Katz, President and CEO, Livia Lundon, Chair of the Foundation Board, Christine
Denby, Relay for Life committee member and Jen Anderson Co-Chair
of the Relay for life.
Verendrye General Hospital
patients, such as an ultra sound
Fort Frances Ontario resisite. This new service will immachine and specialized equipdents are banding together to
prove access to care for cancer
ment for inserting PICC lines
help fight against cancer by
patients and patients requiring
(peripherally inserted central
lending their support to the
extended antibiotic therapy,
catheters). This year the goal is
2014 Canadian Cancer Society
among others. Providing this
to raise $75,000 to fund lifeRelay For Life, to be held on
high quality service closer to
saving cancer research and
Friday June 20 at Fort Frances
home is a key component of
help provide support for people
High School.
our strategic plan and we defiliving with cancer.
Last year 168 participants in
nitely appreciate this funding
“We are very fortunate to
the 2013 Fort Frances Relay
from Relay For Life,” states
have received this generous
For Life joined together to
Riverside Health Care, presifunding from the 2013 Relay
raise a grand total of $77,338.
dent & CEO, Allan Katz
For Life. It will provide staff
Out of that total, $31,482 was
The Relay For Life event
training and specialized equipdonated back into the commuhelps brings communities toment for peripherally inserted
nity to help the Riverside
gether to fight cancer in over
central catheters (PICC lines)
Health Care facility purchase
at Riverside Health Care’s La
necessary equipment to treat
Continued on page 2
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Page 2, The Westend Weekly, January 29, 2014
From the house submitted by John Rafferty M.P.
This week New Democrat
Leader Tom Mulcair wrapped
up his tour across Canada that
focused on consulting with individuals, families, small businesses, and local governments
to find ways to make life more
affordable for Canadians. Let
me explain the kind of things
we heard during his Thunder
Bay stop and what positive
ideas we’ll be putting forward
to help those who are struggling.
I was happy to play host to
Tom during his Thunder Bay
stop this past Wednesday. The
first meeting was a breakfast
discussion at the home of
Poverty Free Thunder Bay
Chair Terri-Lynne Carter. TerriLynne explained to us what life
is like for some who are forced
to live on a fixed income, and
increasingly those who are only
able to find part-time work or
who make the minimum wage
while trying to support themselves and their family. A small
increase in bank fees, their
hydro bill, credit card interest
rates, or other debt can cripple
the household budget and lead
to monthly shortfalls that feed
the cycle of poverty. Tom and I
then met with Thunder Bay
Mayor Keith Hobbs, and his
message was clear. The federal
government can and should
have a role to play in making
life more affordable and should
be contributing more towards
affordable housing development. Messages received.
What has become clear to
Tom throughout his travels is
that New Democrats must continue the hard work we began
under Jack Layton. We must
continue our work to reduce
poverty and boost the economy
while making life more affordable for all Canadians. As his
tour wraps up Tom has identified five priorities that we will
carry forward to make life more
affordable, and they are; fair
pricing for ATM and banking
fees, tackling high credit card
interest rates, ending gas price
gouging and collusion, ending
the ‘pay-to-pay’ billing practice, and reigning in the payday
loan industry.
Here are some examples of
the policy ideas that we will be
carrying forward…
ATM Fees
New Democrats believe no
one should have to pay $2 or $3
to withdraw their own cash
from a bank machine. Canadians pay $420-million each year
in ATM fees—and most of that
is pure bank profit. We’ll start
by capping ATM fees so they’re
never more than 50 cents per
withdrawal – which is still
nearly double the banks’ costs
per transaction.
Credit Cards
Sixty percent of Canadians
are now living paycheque to
paycheque. Many turn to credit
cards to make ends meet—only
to be trapped by excessive interest rates and unexpected
fees. We’ll make sure you have
reasonable access to a ‘nofrills’ credit card with a fair interest rate—no more than 5
percent over the prime rate.
Gas Pricing
Under the Conservatives, we
keep paying more for gas, for
groceries, and for just about
anything that’s shipped to us by
land, air or water. And who
doesn’t wonder why gas prices
always seem to spike right before a long weekend? We’ll
stop illegal price collusion
Moos by Kim Jo Bliss
among oil companies by enforcing Criminal Code and
Competition Act provisions that
past Liberal and Conservative
governments have chosen to ignore.
‘Pay-to-pay’ Billing
Look carefully: Over the last
couple of years, many companies started charging you up to
$2 each month to keep receiving your own bill by mail, and
those fees add up fast. Phone,
cable, utilities, banks—they’re
all doing it now. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been a loyal customer for years - they’re
making you pay in order to pay
your bill. With your help we
can end this multi-million dollar rip-off.
Pay Day Loans
Not everyone can qualify for
an immediate credit-limit increase. So 1 in 20 Canadians
have resorted to “payday
lenders”—who trap people with
effective interest rates as high
as 1000 percent. It’s a crime in
Canada to charge more than 60
percent interest, yet successive
Liberal and Conservative governments have refused to regulate this industry that exploits
loopholes to charge much more
through hidden fees and
rollovers. New Democrats will
change that.
Over the years, under Jack’s
leadership and now Tom’s,
New Democrats have been listening to you and looking for
ways to make life more affordable and manageable. We will
continue our work, but you
should know that these policies
are the direct result of your
feedback. Together, we can get
the job done and make your life
more affordable.
Legion Chat by Walter Wagner, Major Hughes Br. 54 president
There will be a General
Meeting on Wednesday January 29th @ 7:00 pm. I urge all
members to attend as we will
be installing two executives
plus the Chaplin.
2014
Tree Sale
The Rainy River District Stewardship Council will be selling
white spruce and red pine seedlings at 25 cents each. Trees
will be sold in bundles of 20 ($5.00). Pre-order now.
Supplies are limited. Schools and other institutions may be
eligible for donations. Pick up will be at the Emo Agricultural
Research Station in mid-May.
To order, call Kim Jo Bliss, Rainy River District
Stewardship Member at 275-9706.
People are starting to inquire
about the Volunteer of the Year
Award which will be presented
on February 15th.
The Rainy River High
School has built a concrete
bench for Branch 54. It will
be displayed at the front. Hats
off to Mr. LaPlantes shop
class.
Our sympathies to the Berg
family on the passing of Chipper. He will be missed in the
clubroom.
The Legion has shown support for the Concerned Citizens to obtain physiotherapy
services for Rainy River.
Good Luck Melanie.
We Will Remember Them
Well the wintery weather is
really getting to me - especially the wind! As I approach
calving time it actually already
makes me tired just thinking
about the extra work the cold
causes. I finally moved my
cows home in preparation for
calving. Of course the wind
was whipping across the big
open field they had to trudge
home in and over half of them
wouldn’t come. I waited over
night and still the other (stubborn) half hadn’t arrived. I decided to go and give them a
push and by then they were
looking for hay so they came
home fairly easy. It was more
of a challenge to get all the
gates shut - we have a pile of
snow!
One evening last week while
doing chores I noticed a cow
acting a bit suspicious. She
was acting like she was going
to calve. And the worst part is
- she is the most miserable,
challenging cow that we have
in our herd. She is the one that
never cooperates when you are
moving cattle, vaccinating or
weaning. I never take her
away to pasture because she
just doesn’t do what you want
her to. I watched her while she
was up for water but decided I
would do my barn chores and
then go and check on her. She
had made her way back to the
bush by then and she certainly
was acting like she wanted to
calve. All I could think about
is; “how will I ever get her
home!” I imagined I would
have to call all my friends and
the worst part dark was near. I
decided to give it a try. She did
take me a fair ways into the
cedar swamp and once my
boots were full of snow she
ventured out and actually
headed to the barn. The challenge was getting gates closed
as we went. Once I got all the
barn doors and gates open I got
her in the barn! That deserved
a huge celebration but then I
remembered that this wasn’t
likely going to be a “good
calving.” Turns out she had a
little, dead bull calf. Who really knows what happened?
But I am still glad I seen her
and got her in because if I
would have found it the next
morning - I would have really
blamed myself for not noticing
and in this weather there is not
a chance anything would live
long. She’s just bought herself
a one way ticket out of here
though. Of course this stuff really gets me down and having
way too much stuff on my
plate right now and this
weather has resulted in me
being pretty darn crabby!
Of course the evening of the
Cattlemen’s Annual meeting I
had frozen water at one of the
water bowls. The worst part
was - it was frozen at the normal quick fix spot. I ended up
calling my Uncle Bob for
Relay For Life
500 communities across Canada
and 20 countries worldwide. In
2013 alone, Relay For Life
raised more than $16.2 million
in Ontario with 65,000 Ontarians participating, and over
9,000 cancer survivors walking
in the first lap of the relay;
which celebrates the lives of
people who have battled cancer
and gives hope to those in the
midst of the battle.
“Relay For Life is a truly inspirational and remarkable
event that brings the community
together to celebrate those fighting a cancer battle, remember
loved ones who are no longer
with us and to fight back against
cancer. We at the Canadian Cancer Society are thrilled that the
money raised at the Fort
Frances Relay For Life 2013 not
only goes back to help residents
throughout Northwestern Ontario with the developments of
research advancements and support services we offer, but also
through the partnership with
back-up help. Turns out it was
frozen somewhere between the
well house and the water bowl
so we just put extra heat on it
and had to leave it for the
night. Once it thawed out of
course there was water everywhere but at least it was working. This also resulted in me
running late for the meeting
and then your mind is completely distracted for the night.
Thanks to those who braved
another cold stormy Cattlemen’s Annual Meeting night!
We welcome two new faces to
the board as well - Mark
Husser and Micha Gerber. Joe
Sletmoen, Rey Chartier and
Bryan Kelly will be attending
the BFO Annual meeting in
Toronto later in February. The
board has a busy year ahead of
them but looks forward the
challenges each year brings.
Last week I attended two different strategic planning sessions. We have our work cut
out for us in many ways in this
district with the changes in industries, population and the
general economy.
These
things will affect all of us and
all our groups.
If you are interested in joining the Rainy River District 4H Program - the Annual
Meeting is this Friday - January 31st in Barwick. Get in
touch with Wanda Heyens or
Kim Desserre for further information.
continued from page 1
Riverside Health Care Foundation that allows us to give directly back to a community that
shows us such overwhelming
support,” states Maria Cabral,
Canadian Cancer Society, manager, Northwestern communities.
Every day 500 Canadians will
be diagnosed with cancer and
200 will die from the disease.
However, thanks to the generous support of donors from
Relay For Life, we are able to
invest in world-class research,
raise funds that help prevent
cancers before they start, and
better the lives of people living
with the disease through constant support. As a result, 62 per
cent of people diagnosed with
cancer will survive, compared
to only 25 per cent when we
first began funding research in
the 1940s. It is with the support
of our donors and volunteers
that we can continue to fund our
mission and change the face of
someone living with cancer.
For more information or to
register for Relay For Life visit:
relayforlife.ca/fortfrances.
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February 24th, 2014
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February 25th, 2014
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It will highlight the recent results of a pilot program involving soil sampling and analysis in both
the Emo and Thunder Bay area. Precision Agriculture is the practice of using remote sensing, soil
sampling and information management tools to improve production and reduce costs. Presenters
from Crop Care Consulting in Portage la Prairie, MB will be in attendance to present and answer
all questions related to Precision Agriculture, equipment use and implementation examples.
Along with the presenters from Crop Care Consulting and the local farmers, the NWO Innovation
Centre will report on the Precision Agriculture pilot project and discuss upcoming opportunities
for producers in Northwestern Ontario.
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Coming Together for Kids – 15 minutes of fun
Miranda Sigurdson, Chair of the Coming Together for Kids
Coalition and Public Health Nurse at the Northwestern
Health Unit.
Alicia Gattoni, Resource Teacher had her daughter Adriana,
aged 7, helping her with the fishing for letters game sponsored by Country View Child Care. Diana Krukowski, Supervisor was also there to help.
Luc Gagne, aged six, played the “I Spy” game with Ann
Ainsworth from Firefly Northwest, an organization with a
goal to improve the physical, emotional , and developmental
services for children, youth, adults and families.
By: Teresa Hazel
The Coming Together for
Kids Coalition hosted a “15
Minutes of Fun” event at the
Fort Frances Public Library
Technology Centre on Monday, January 27th from 4:00 to
7:00 p.m. where children and
their caregivers were treated to
many activities that were fun
and interactive. It was held in
conjunction with Family Literacy Day.
Miranda Sigurdson, Chair of
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Olivia Allen, aged five and Amara Cox, aged 4 listened to the
story of the Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly read by Lonna
Oster a Speech Language Pathologist with North Words, a
preschool speech and language service system for the
Kenora and Rainy River districts.
Patrick Gagne joined his son James, aged 3 in some old
school fun at the play station set up by the Fort Frances Museum.
Everett Evans, 18 months, played with the train while his
mom received information from the Children’s Mental
Health & Child Development program operated by the
Kenora/Rainy River Family & Children’s Services.
Jacqueline Cawston a Dental Hygienist with the Northwestern Health Unit’s Preventative Dental Services was there to
teach children about the foods that are good for your teeth.
Logan Neurinski, aged 3, selected the foods while her mom,
Janice and brother, Brayden, watched.
Kolton Joyce, aged 3 ?, learned about washing his hands
with Christy Herr who is completing her student placement
as a Registered Nurse with the Northwestern Health Unit.
Sofia Black, aged 7, crawled like a bear during the fitness
demonstration provided by Shannon Jackson.
the Coalition was pleased with spell words as they went fishing for letters.
the turnout.
Public Health Nurse, Sandra
“There are a lot of kids starting to come through and we Krikke, from the Northwestern
have a good assortment of ac- Health Unit was demonstrating
the importance of good hand
tivities for them”.
Shannon Jackson, a Certified washing skills. Kids were
Fitness Instructor with the Fort asked to wash their hands reFrances Memorial Sports Cen- ally good and after they were
tre was on hand to get the kids done there was a special black
and their parents active by par- light that detected what spots
ticipating in fun fitness, which were missed and where germs
included hopping like a frog, were still lingering, especially
crawling like a bear, and walk- in the nails.
John Reader was there to proing like a penguin.
Ann Ainsworth from Firefly vide entertainment and could
Northwest was there with her be heard singing, “Puff the
“I Spy” game where kids had Magic Dragon” during the acto find various items on a tivities.
Guests were also treated to a
board. The Fort Frances Museum’s ‘old school’ toys were complimentary supper and realso a hit with parents and freshments provided by the
children, especially the build- Metis Nation of Ontario Healing and Wellness Branch, a
ing logs.
Over at the North Words member organization of the
Speech display, kids listened coalition.
Other participating partners
to the story, “There was an old
lady who swallowed a fly”. included the Fort Frances NursThey then got to try their luck ery School, Fort Frances Chiroat throwing these items in the practic Centre, and the United
mouth of a creatively con- Native Friendship Centre.
Sponsors included Voyageur
structed old lady.
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FARM AND OTHER
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
227 buncher 22" cut rotor
sawhead with digging
b u c k e t . G r e a t
shape.$20,000
firm.Please call 4861080.
41
Landini Landpower 145
4x4 loader grapple 3,250
Hrs. 145 H.P. 487-1395.
42
Barking 80 Loader
mounted on Western star
truck, 3 stage commercial
pump, plumbed for tag
along slasher, heated cab
$4,000 obo or $10,000
with slasher ph. 4860180.
42
HORSE
ACCESSORIES AND
HAY
LIVESTOCK/PETS
FOR SALE
2-year-old Hereford bulls
for sale. Ready to go
mid-May.
$2500.00
Discount for repeat buyers. Aaron Kuorikoski
483-5428.
42
TO GIVE AWAY
Female purebred Shih
Tsu spayed, completely
house trained call 4863512.
42
2 playful, bit older kittens, brothers who would
live to stay together, need
a warm loving home. 1
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42
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Jigs! Glow jigs & spinners, Disco jigs, other
coloured jigs, red/green
spinners, custom orders,
ph. 852-3669.
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elec. guitar amp 65W
Crate amp with new foot
switch vgc asking $175
obo 274-6928.
41
20 Crystal pieces, large
bowls, vases, serving
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$15. and up.also English
bone china large glass
flower arrangements $15
and up. 274-5151. 41
Image 15.5S Treadmill
$100.00;
Women's
Reebok SK50 Ice Skates
regular price $99.99 worn
twice $45.00; Breedlove
Soft Body Guitar Case
brand new never used
$30.00.
Phone 8521306..
40
soap dispenser, extra rinse
option. Used about a
dozen times. Requires
minor repair on timer or
door lock - approx. $75.
Also matching Dryer still
in box. Reason for sale:
not suitable for solar
power. Asking $600.
Original price over $900.
Call Melody 483-1442.
41
Measures calories burned,
pulse, speed, rpm/target,
digital resistance. Excellent condition Will also
include a free older model
stair stepper. $100 (807)
274-4728.
42
2 cedar chests $175 ea.;
oval bevelled glass topped
coffee table, forged steel
base; 2 teak cabinets $100
pair ph. 852-4650.
42
Solid wood dining room
table and chairs $250.00;
WANTED
Washer $75.00; Dryer
$75.00; Fridge $100.00,
call 274-9315.
41 Looking for tables and
chairs for use in a coffee
Pentax 35 mm camera shop, also looking for a
with zoom & wide angle commercial glass door
lenses plus stand & case- cooler and a smaller, open
$150; Mary Kay time- vegetable cooler. Please
42
wise repair new in box call 486-3418.
half price -$100; Never
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ding gown Size med. trees to be thrown away
$25, call 274-5025. 41 call 486-3012.
41
Large 4-5 ft in height, 3ft
across, Umbrella plant in
red container that has
“great green look” for a
larger room $15.00; Vintage solid state Electrahome radio/record player
in working order –about
five feet in length
$30.00, ph. 852-4608.
41
Sony Handycam Video 8
CCD-F501 Video camera,
also Sony DV direct MC6
Recorder, ph. 482-2676.
42
School bus frame on flat
deck trailer, hydraulic
power pack gas or electric, 110V submersible
pump, older power saws
for parts, 044 Stihl, 266
Three trailer balls: 3/8”, Husqvarna, 630 Jonserud,
3/4”, 2”. Four trailer ball side cover for 2095 Jonmount hitches, assorted serud. 13hp Honda for
lengths, ph. 852-4608.
Bandsaw Mill, scrap steel
42
or vehicles, will pick up
ph. 482-2676.
42
Red and Yukon potatoes
for sale. Ph. 274-2111.
40 to 65 hp Merc 4-stroke
42
outboard, call Martin 8523591 or 275-8916.
s
500 artists acrylic paints,
retail $700, now $50, sev- Firearms in any condition,
eral artists brushes $3 ea., need not be complete or
several shadow box working. Also interested
frames for paper tole pic- in parts, ammunition,
tures, ph. 274-9625. 42 scopes and related items.
Fair prices Paid. 27442
Ultramatic style Double 0472.
bed. Both the foot and the
head of the bed have the
REAL ESTATE
ability raise and lower. It
also has massage built in, FOR SALE OR RENT
with remote. Very com- & MOBILE HOMES
fortable bed, very lightly
used (has been in the
spare room). It is an older For Sale 875 sq.ft. house
model but is in excellent to be moved. Newer
condition. Asking $400 plumbing and wiring
obo. Call 274-3124. 41 some new windows and
doors.
Renovated in
Sofa, loveseat, 2 wing 2005, new roof in 2008,
chairs, new $2,600 asking baseboard and wood
$500. Small tables, mar- stove heat, asking $4,000
43
ble topped end tables and ph. 852-3481.
coffee table $375/set ph.
852-4650.
42 Office and Meeting Room
space for rent, 150’ office
Royal Albert "Old Coun- space ready in Feb., utilitry Roses" 5 piece place ties incl., parking, handiaccess,
air
setting for 8, and other ac- cap
Meeting
cessories - mugs, teapot, conditioned.
gravy boat, serving trays, room book by the hour,
bowls, cake stands and seats 16 to 24 people,
more. If interested call bookings start March 1.
488-9775.
41 Share Bears Place 2740221.
43
Curio display cabinet,
glass shelves, bevelled
glass on 3 sides, mirror at
back, overhead light, lock
with key, new $1,500 asking $600 ph. 852-4650.
42
For rent, 1 bedroom rent
geared to income apartments in Rainy River,
ON. Fridge, stove and
utilities incl., laundry facilities avail. For more
info. contact the Rainy
Weslo Momentum CT 3.0 River DSSAB at (807)
digital elliptical machine. 274-5349 ext. 225. 43
Moving Sale, oak kitchen
table, 4 chairs, fridge 3
yrs. old, freezer, TV cabinet and free 26 & 36”
TVs phone 274-2026.
41
Frigidaire Washer Front
load washer, 5 cycle,
heavy duty, automatic
The UPS Store®
Wide Format Printing
• Banners & Posters
• Blue Prints & Maps
• Photographs
theupsstore.ca/369
274-5444
For Rent small, quiet,
clean 2 bedroom apt in
duplex in East End of
Fort Frances, close to
schools and shopping.
$900.00 per month, Utilities included. Washer,
dryer, Fridge, Stove included. First and last and
references required. Serious inquiries only. Call
807-486-1068.
41
Beautiful River Ave. lot
for sale in Rainy River,
serviced, double lot
120’x120’ 509 River Ave.
E. ph. 852-3218.
s
NOTICES
A Valentine’s Day sobriety dance will be held
Friday, Feb. 14 starting at
7:30 p.m. at the local Legion. There also will be
recovery panel speakers
and prizes. For more details, contact the Fort
Frances Tribal Area
Health Services at 2742042.
43
Legion Ladies Aux. to
Branch 29 will host their
monthly roast beef dinner
Friday, Jan. 31st 5:30pm
upstairs at Fort Frances
Legion $14 per person includes roast beef, gravy,
potatoes, veg, buns, salad
and home baked pies.
Everyone welcome. 41
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Free booklets Beast of
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RECREATIONAL
ITEMS
Badiuk’s has the best selection of Pre-Owned
snow machines in the
area!!! Ski-doo Models 2012 GSX Se 800 Etec 2010 MXZx 800 Etec –
2010 Mxz XRS 800-2007
Ski-doo MxzX 440 2004 Mxz 600L - 99 Mxz
600L Polaris 04 600
Edge Touring – 95 Trail
Indy – 1996 Indy Lite
Deluxe 340 – 92 600
XLT - Artic Cat Models09 Bearcat 570 XT - 98
ZL500 - 91 Cougar 440
Call
274-7737
or
www.badiuk.com.
42
2003 Dutchman Camper
Barely Used – Excellent
Condition Awning w/
Screened in Porch , Furnace, Air Conditioner,
Shower Call Dwayne at
274-2550.
42
1999 Polaris Wide Track
– hi, low, elec start, good
condition, well maintained $3500 OBO 807482-1388.
42
2000 ski doo formula z
for sale . Runs excellet
and in great shape. It has
8900 kms roughly 5500
miles on original engine.
Asking $2200 Call/text
807-276-1914 or 807276-1044 for more information.
42
VEHICLES
2003 Chev Suburban LT
4x4, 7 pssr, leather int.,
pwr & heated front seats,
remote start sunroof, tow
pkg, trailer brake sys.,
exc. cond, $6,500 safetied
ph. 486-3669.
41
1995 Ford Ranger XL.
Regular cab, 2WD. 5
speed standard transmission. 274000 KM. Excellent winter tires. Runs
perfect. $1500.00
Ph. Scott 275-7523.
42
1985 Honda 750 Magna
ph. 482-2676.
42
LIDKEA
Optometry Services
2001 Chev Cavalier 2.2l
Auto 2 dr (Black) $750
Good
Running
Cond.250km AS IS (Little
required for safety) 2746159/276-1659.
41
2006 Buick Rendevous
seven passenger. In nice
shape. Comes with safety.
$8,000 .Please call 4861080.
41
(807)
CORRECTION
There were a couple of errors in last week’s article
“Doll therapy for Dementia”. Gerri Yerxa and Sara
Galusha are not from District Mental Health Services for Older Adults
Program, they are from
the Psychogeriatric Resource Program with
Canadian Mental Health
Assoc., Fort Frances
Branch.
Also, Mary
Moore was accidently
identified as Marg Moore.
The latter was a typo in
our production office.
We are now scrapping for parts the following vehicles:
2005 Optra
2006 Allure
2008 Caravan
2013 Caravan
Need used parts? Call or stop at
NORTH
AUTO
on the highway, west of Fort Frances
274-7243
Reduce your debt
by up to 75%
Find out how with a consumer proposal.
Free, no obligation, in-person or phone consultations:
Toll free: 310-8888 | GTDebtHelp.com | [email protected]
Thunder Bay (Resident office) · Dryden · Fort Frances
PO Box 198 Devlin ON P0W 1C0
Finish Carpenter/Handyman/Installer
Kitchen & Bath, Countertops, Windows & Doors,
Wood, Stone, Vinyl & Laminate Floors,
Baseboard, Casing & Crown Moulding,
Furniture Repair & More
Phone 276-2180
Highway #617, Stratton
3000 sq.ft. building with retail
area, service bay area, office,
utility/storage room, washroom
and loft. In-floor heating system
with the store being air
conditioned. Property is just over
an acre with 174 feet of highway
frontage.
#3247
274-6655
MLS #120070
$350,000.00
Landry’s for Real Estate
Kenora - Brokerage
Independently Owned and Operated
231 First Street South
Kenora, ON P9N 1C2
(807) 468-9871
Toll Free (877) 468-9871
[email protected]
www.landrys.ca
REALTOR.ca
Member of the
Thunder Bay
Real Estate Board
Rainy River District
School Board
Computer, iPad,
iPhone REPAIR
Reliable, trustworthy
Ken Hawrylak
274-1628 - 275-6252
www.digitaldr.ca
DR. THOMAS COUSINEAU
- OPTOMETRIST -
Invites applications for the position of:
Accountant
(Term Position)
For more information regarding these positions please
visit the Employment section of our website at
www.rrdsb.com
Heather Campbell
Director of Education
808 Scott St., Fort Frances
274-8551
Contractors!
Truckers!
Farmers!
Carr’s Repair
is pleased to announce a
NEW diagnostic software
package they have to
accomodate your needs!
Come to Carr’s Repair and
let them repair your
Computer and Emission
problems today!
Phone 487-2548
No Sunday calls please
Free consultations, hassle free insurance paperwork,
handicap accessible. Call Today!
Shannon Curtis, DD
Your only local Denture Specialist
241A Second Street East, Fort Frances 807-274-6519
Rainy River District
Women’s Shelter of Hope
If you are a woman who has
experienced violence or abuse,
staff at the Atikokan Crisis Centre
are available 24 hours a day to
listen and provide support to you.
Your outdoor
furnace dealer!
Call
Your local H&L Motors rep
1-800-465-3348
See us for your farm
equipment needs!
If your water doesn’t drain...
Ease the strain! Call
Romyn
Pumping
Waste Water Service
483-5339
NORTHERN SPORTS
& MACHINE
Randy Orton • 651 Cty Rd 1
SW, Baudette
3/4 mile S. of Baudette Motel
Proposal Administrators · Trustee in Bankruptcy
Herb Waldner
calls for challenging days. On
the contrary, meeting new people, recognizing familiar faces,
and having the freedom and
control of owning her own
business certainly makes for a
rewarding occupation.
Curvy Chick was the first
business in Fort Frances to
open their doors already a
member of the Go Local program. Jen was an important
part of the launch of the Fort
Frances Go Local program.
She is keen to collaborate with
other local businesses towards
building a stronger community.
“I think it’s just great to work
together and support each
other.”
As the retail industry is still
new for Jennifer, there are
many things to learn, but she is
up for the challenge and is there
to help you with yours.
Great Business Opportunity
221 Scott Street
Fort Frances, Ontario
1998 Plymouth van for
parts. Has new transmission and other new parts.
$200.Please call 4861080.
41
1994 Chevrolet Silverado
4X4, Extended Cab, Automatic transmission, Air,
Cruise, Tilt, Remote start,
pw/pl, Runs good. Needs
body work., $1,000.00
o.b.o., (807) 276-8567.
42
do newborn, maternity, engagement, and family photos upon
request.
A new business isn’t the only
thing that Jennifer is running;
she completed a 10k last fall
and plans to run a half
marathon for next summer. But
don’t think that she is a health
fanatic. Jen loves to spend her
precious family time grabbing
a butter pecan ice cream come
at the Sorting Gap or bird
watching with her husband.
For women of all shapes and
sizes, feeling both attractive
and comfortable at Curvy
Chick is easy, especially with
popular styles by Rosa Faia.
Every day, she strives to make
sure every customer is completely satisfied, before walking out the doors of the purple
store.
As a sole business owner,
feeling ‘under the weather’
Dr. Robert E. Lidkea
Dr. Bruce A. Lidkea
Pontiac 2009 G5, Podium
edition, asking $10,500
obo, 41,000 km, command start, pwr sun roof,
safetied, original owner,
ph. 274-5546.
41
North Auto is your local recycler for used parts.
We can also find new after market parts at reasonable prices.
2005 Grand Cherokee
2006 Ford Fusion
2007 Compass
2011 Chevy Silverado
There’s a new bra lady
in town!
For Jennifer, this past spring
marked the beginning of a new
career, making women feel
beautiful - one bra at a time.
Buying your first bra is a rite of
passage for most women and
continues to be a challenge
given the industries changing
size structure without an expert
hand.
Jen Horton didn’t start out
with an ambition to spend her
days surrounded by lingerie
and lace. She originally studied journalism and moved to
the Northwest to work for the
Dryden Observer. At twelve
years old, a gift of a camera initiated her love to record nature’s true beauty, a passion
that has blossomed within her
career endeavours. Aside from
retail, Jen specializes in
boudoir photography, and will
1994 Ford F150 300 6
cycle 5 speed with overdrive; 1994 Dodge Dakota
SLE V G 3.7 litre Magnum 4X4 New front end,
starter, fuel pump, transfer
case Needs a transmission, Make an offer on
both trucks to 276-4668 or
274-2465.
41
NORTH AUTO for used parts!
2000 Ford 250 SD
2005 Amanti
2007 Ford F150
2009 Impala
Meet Your Go Local Business Owners
ATVs & Snowmobiles
• We service & repair all
makes & models
• Complete Automotive &
Diesel Machine Shop
• Complete line of Sled
Bed Trailers
(218)
634-1089
Polaris ATVs may not be ridden by anyone under 16
and all riders should take a safety course. For safety
and training information see your dealer or call Polaris
at 1-800-342-2764. ATVs can be hazardous to operate.
For your safety always wear a helmet, eye protection,
protective clothing and never carry passengers. ©1998
Polaris Industries Inc.
•Stoves
•Parts
•Accessories
•Installation
McCormick, Landini,
Hesston, Valtra, Kuhn,
MacDon and Farm
King
Check out the website:
www.hlmotors.ca
Mallard Creek Mechanical
[email protected] - Daryl Meck
691 Barwick Road, Phone 487-1395 or 1-218-324-2770
Curtis Denture Clinic
Denture Specialist Shannon Curtis DD
Losing
TAKE THIS TEST:
your grip? Are your dentures...
• Loose?
• Cracked or worn?
• Over 5 years old?
• In your pocket?
• Missing teeth?
• Sore gums?
Call today for an appointment 807-274-6519
241A Second Street, East
Fort Frances, ON P9A 1M7
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1090
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66
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1 oz. packet
$ 96
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44
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1
Skinless Franks
12 oz.
each
Francesco Rinaldi
Spaghetti
Sauce
Dasani
Water 24 pack..................................................................
Coke & Coke Products
8 pack 12 oz. bottle .............................................................
Coke & Coke Products
12 pack ................................................................................
Limit 2 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
$
399
3/$
9
3/$
9
Super Chill
Club Soda, Tonic,
Ginger Ale, Diet Tonic 1 liter bottle....................
Coke & Coke Products
2 liters ..................................................................................
Super Chill
Pop 2 liter bottle ................................................................
3/$
2
4/$
5
98¢
Essential Everyday
Party Cups ................................. 18 oz. cup/20 count pkg.
95
Angel Soft
Bathroom Tissue...............................4 regular rolls
4/$
¢
5
Brawny
Paper Towels ............................................. single roll
5/$
Essential Everyday
Napkins ..................................................250 count pkg.
2/$
Frito Lay
Munchies 8 oz. .................................
Frito Lay
Variety Pack 20 ct. ..........................
Matador
Jerky 3 oz. ..........................................
Old Dutch
Triple Pack Box Chips 15 oz. ..........
Old Dutch
Super Size
Popcorn 12 oz. ..................................
5
3
2/$
5
$
699
$ 99
4
$ 88
2
Sara Lee
Honey Wheat Bread .......................................... 20 oz.
Taystee
Large White Bread .............................................. 24 oz.
Master
Muffin Bread ............................................................. 16 oz.
Essential Everyday
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Essential Everyday
Apple Jelly .............................................................. 18 oz. jar
1
$ 99
1
$ 99
1
2/$
3
$ 18
1
$ 00
1
John Morrell
Bologna or
Cotto Salami
Kraft
Macaroni and
Cheese Dinner .......................... 5 pack/36.25 oz.
La Choy
Chow Mein............................. 42 oz. bipack can
Old El Paso
Dinner Kits ...............................8.4-19.2 oz. box
Old El Paso
Taco Shells .................................4.6-11 oz. pkg.
Old El Paso
Refried Beans ................................. 16 oz. can
Pace
Salsa.........................................................16 oz. jar
Pace
Picante ...................................................16 oz. jar
Hawaiian Punch 128 oz. jug.............
Dreamfields
Low Carb Pasta 13.25 oz. box...........
Milwaukee’s
Baby Dill Pickles 32 oz. jar ..............
Dill Pickles 32 oz. jar..........................
$
475
$ 75
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3
3
3
4
1045
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John Morrell
1
Pork Sausage
Rolls
Meat Department
Frito Lay
Lay’s Potato Chips ......................... 9.5-10 oz.
Frito Lay
Doritos .................................................10-11 oz.
Frito Lay
Ruffles ...................................................7.5-9 oz.
Rold Gold
Pretzels................................................10-16 oz.
Old Dutch
Puffcorn ..................................................7-9 oz.
Old Dutch
Flavored Potato Chips
Meat Department
Limit 10 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
2/$
CEREAL
6
General Mills
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Get 1
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2/$
6
2/$
5
$ 29
2
Corn Chex ................................... 14 oz.
Rice Chex .................................12.8 oz.
Wheat Chex................................ 14 oz.
Chex Cinnamon .....................13.5 oz.
Chex Apple Cinnamon.......13.75 oz.
Chex Honey Nut ....................13.8 oz.
Chex Chocolate ................... 14.25 oz.
Chex Vanilla ............................ 13.5 oz.
..............8.5-9 oz.
Old Dutch
Restaurante Style
Tortilla Chips ...................................10-15 oz.
Sage Valley
Organic and Gluten
Free Tortilla Chips ........................9-12 oz.
Pringles ............................5.33-6.63 oz. canister
Orville Redenbacher’s
Microwave Popcorn ...........2-4 count box
General Mills
Chex Mix................................. 8-8.75 oz. pouch
Bugles ......................................... 6-7.5 oz. pouch
Gardetto’s
Snack Mix ................................ 8-8.6 oz. pouch
Bagette Chips............................. 7 oz. pouch
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FROZEN
Tony’s
Pizza .....................................13.5-17 oz.
Red Baron
Pizza ..............................14.76-23.45 oz.
Cole’s
Garlic Bread ............................16 oz.
Garlic Toast .............................14 oz.
Totino’s
Pizza Rolls .....................19.8 oz. pkg.
J&J
Soft Pretzels ....................13 oz. box
Nabisco
Snack Crackers.............. 5.5-9 oz. box
Nabisco
Ritz Crackers ............. 8.8-13.7 oz. box
Ritz Crackerfuls .........6-6.25 oz. box
Nabisco
Chips Ahoy! Cookies.....9.5-13 oz.
Keebler
Cheese It Crackers ....9-12.4 oz. box
Keebler
Club Crackers............11-13.7 oz. box
Bush’s
Baked Beans ........................................ 28 oz.
Van Camp’s
Pork and Beans ............................15 oz.
Plochman’s
Mustard ................. 10.5 oz. squeeze bottle.
New York
Texas Toast Croutons ... 5 oz. pouch
Essential Everyday
Pitted Black Olives ...... 5.75-6 oz. can
Essential Everyday
Stuffed Green Olives........ 5.75 oz. jar
Chef Boyardee
Canned Pasta ..................14.5-15 oz. can
5
Campbell’s
Tomato Soup..................... 10.75 oz. can
Chicken Noodle
Soup .......................................... 10.75 oz. can
Healthy Choice
Soups...................................................15 oz.
Progresso
Vegetable Classics
Soups.................................... 18.5-19 oz. can
$
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2/$
4
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Kellogg’s
Buy 1
2
4
3
NO CLIPPING NECESSARY
12 oz.
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Essential Everyday
$ 19
Pizza Sauce 14 oz. jar ........................
$ 79
Kikkoman
Soy Sauce 10 oz. bottle....................... 2/$
Betty Crocker
2/$
Teriyaki Sauce 10 oz. bottle..............
Cookie Mixes 14-17.5 oz. pouch.........
La Choy
Fleischmann’s
Sweet and Sour
2/$
Simply Homemade
$ 25 Sauce 10 oz. bottle ...............................
Bread Mixes 14 oz. box .....................
Essential Everyday
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Essential Everyday
2/$
Chow Mein Noodles 6 oz. pkg. .....
Graham Crackers 14.4 oz. box .........
Geisha
Jell-O
¢ Coconut Milk 14 oz. can ................... 2/$
Pudding 4.2-5.9 oz. family size box..........
Geisha
Jell-O
¢ Water Chestnuts 8 oz. can ..............
¢
Gelatin 6 oz. family size box ..................
Bamboo Shoots 8 oz. can ................
Carnation
¢ Old El Paso
Evaporated Milk 12 oz. can.............
Stand n Stuff
2/$
Franks
Flour Tortillas 6.7 oz. pkg. ...............
Red Hot Sauce 12 oz. bottle.............. 2/$ 44 Stand n Stuff Taco
2/$
Buffalo Wing Sauce 12 oz. bottle .......
Dinner Kit 10.9 oz. pkg. .....................
2/$
Essential Everyday
Cooking Sauces 8 oz. bottle .............
Chili Sauce 12 oz. bottle. .................... 2/$
Cocktail Sauce 12 oz. bottle .............
Kuner’s
5/$
Beans 14.5-15.5 oz. can .........................
McCormick
Grill Mates
5/$
McCormick
Marinades .71-1.25 oz. packet .............
Mexican Seasoning
5/$
StarKist
¢ Packet 1-1.62 oz. ................................
Chunk Light Tuna 5 oz. can.............
Rotel
3/$
Bumble Bee
Tomatoes 10 oz. can ..........................
Crabmeat 6 oz. can ............................ 2/$
Essential Everyday
Tiny Shrimp 4 oz. can ........................
Whole Tomatoes 14.5 oz. can..........
Libby’s
Stewed Tomatoes 14.5 oz. can .......
2/$
4/$
Fruit 15-15.25 oz. can ............................
Diced Tomatoes 14.5 oz. can ...........
Dole
2/$
Uncle Ben’s
Fruit Bowls 4 count pkg. ....................
2/$
Ready Rice 6-8.5 oz. packet ................
5/$
Gatorade 32 oz. ................................
Uncle Ben’s
$ 99
Clamato
$ 99 Rice 32 oz. box ......................................
Juice 64 oz. bottle .................................
Glad
Essential Everyday
$ 88 Tall Kitchen Bags 34-80 count box ....... $ 99
Tomato Juice 64 oz. bottle ................
Trash Bags 40 count box ....................
Langers
$ 25 Hefty
Cranberry Juice Cocktails 64 oz. bottle...
Storage Bags qt. 22 ct., or gl. 17 ct. .......... 2/$
Old Orchard
Freezer Bags qt. 18 ct., or gl. 13 ct. ...........
2/$
100% Juice Blends 64 oz. bottle ......
Alpo
4/$
2/$
Dog Food 13-13.2 oz. can ....................
Cran Naturals 64 oz. bottle ...............
3
1035
Polish or Smoked
Sausage
Meat Department
Limit 10 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
NO CLIPPING NECESSARY
John Morrell
each
1025
1045
12 oz.
Limit 10 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
$ 99
96
NO
NO CLIPPING
CLIPPING NECESSARY
NECESSARY
Meat Department
Limit 2 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
¢
Limit 2 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
NO CLIPPING NECESSARY
John Morrell
1160
24 oz. jar
Limit 2 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
NO
VALUABLE
CLIPPING
COUPON
NECESSARY
VALUABLE COUPON
$ 36
2 lb. box
VALUABLE COUPON
Limit 2 per family with coupon at Super One thru February 1, 2014
Rice Krispies .............................. 12 oz.
Gluten Free Rice Krispies...... 12 oz.
Cocoa Krispies .......................15.5 oz.
Frosted Flakes........................... 15 oz.
Frosted Flakes Chocolate ..14.7 oz.
Apple Jacks ............................. 12.2 oz.
Apple Jacks with
Marshmallows .......................12.6 oz.
Apple Jacks Cinnamon ........10.7 oz.
Froot Loops.............................12.2 oz.
Froot Loops Treasures.........10.5 oz.
Corn Pops ................................12.5 oz.
Smacks......................................15.3 oz.
Krave Chocolate.................... 11.4 oz.
Krave Double Chocolate ....... 11 oz.
3/$
8
Post
Grape Nuts ................................. 24 oz.
Grape Nuts Fit........................19.2 oz.
Bran Flakes................................. 16 oz.
Shredded Wheat ...................... 15 oz.
Shredded Wheat n Bran ........ 18 oz.
Spoon Size Shredded Wheat .... 16.4 oz.
Shredded Wheat Frosted ...... 19 oz.
Shredded Wheat Honey Nut ...... 20 oz.
Banana Nut Crunch ..............15.5 oz.
Great Grains Cranberry
Almond ........................................ 14 oz.
Great Grains Raisin
Date Pecan ................................. 16 oz.
Great Grains Crunchy
Pecan ............................................ 16 oz.
3/$
2/$
9
4
3/$
5
3/$
5
2/$
6
Quaker Oatmeal......... 18 oz. canister
Betty Crocker
Fruit Snacks ....................4.5-8 oz. box
Essential Everyday
Chewy Granola Bars ... 10 count box
Kellogg’s
Pop Tarts ......................... 12 count box
1200
MANUFACTURER’S COUPON
VALID: 1/26/14-2/01/14
RV0500
$
5/$
5
$ 00
5 OFF
Take An Additional
with above coupon
When You Buy Any 5 Of These Kraft Items
Kraft
Mayonnaise ............................................ 30 oz. jar
Kraft
Miracle Whip .......................................... 30 oz. jar
Kraft
Dressings................................................... 16 oz. jar
Planters
Dry Roasted Peanuts ...................... 16 oz. jar
Caprisun
Drink Pouches ............................................ 10 pk.
A-1
Steak Sauce ....................................... 10 oz. bottle
Garland Jack
BBQ Sauce ........................................... 18 oz. bottle
Kraft
Velveeta ..................................................... 2 lb. loaf
Kraft
American Singles .............................12 oz. pkg.
Kraft
Shredded Cheese ...............................8 oz. pkg.
Kraft
Chunk Cheese........................................8 oz. pkg.
$
276
$ 76
2
$ 26
2
$ 96
2
2/$ 44
4
$ 76
2
$ 26
1
$ 96
4
$ 26
2
2/$
5
2/$
5
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Open 7 Days A Week
5:00 a.m. - Midnight
Hwy. 11-71 West, International Falls, MN
283-8440
www.s1foods.com
Use our
In-store ATM
PRICES IN EFFECT
®
Noon Sunday, January 26 Saturday, February 1
We reserve the right to limit
quantities!
Your only locally-owned Supermarket for over 50 years.
Meat Department - Fresh Meats Cut Daily
Gold-N-Plump
’s
Stewartne
SuperO
hoice
U.S.D.A. C
Fresh Cut
BlackAngus
Boneless Pork
Sirloin Chops
or Roast
Boneless
Ribeye Steak
or“Prime
Roast
Rib”
$ 85
1
95
6
$
lb.
Tyson
$ 95
1
lb.
2
BBQ, Lemon Pepper,
Pesto or Mesquite
Whole Chicken
4
Fresh
89
Taco or Chili Cheese
Smoked Sausage Links ..............
3.25 lb.
Fresh Ripe
Fresh Sweet
Hass
Avocados
16 oz. bag
8 oz. bag
lb.
ea.
ea.
ea.
Texas Rio
Washington
Premium
Snowhite
Whole Mushrooms Braeburn Apples
ea.
Jumbo
Red
Grapefruit
Olsen
Pickled Herring
Party Pail ........................................32 oz.
3
lb.
Jumbo Baking
Russets
¢
¢
ea.
ea.
6
$ 49
$ 49
59
3 2 2 59
$ 39 $ 99
2/$
5
2/$
Washington
Yellow
Onions
5 lb. bag
3 lb. bag
8 oz.
lb.
5
2/$
Fresh
Produce
¢ $ 99
¢
Fresh
Original, Jumbo, Bun Length,
Smokies or
Bacon Weiners.................... 14-16 oz.
Mini
Peppers
89 89 69 1
Roma
Tomatoes
Oscar Mayer
Family Pack
Sliced Slab Bacon
Fresh Cello
¢
Original, Beef or Turkey
Lit’l Smokies ......................... 13-14 oz.
Original, Light, Garlic or
Jalapeno Bologna
or Cotto Salami .......................16 oz.
3 99
$379
2/$
Hillshire Farms
Fresh Bratwurst, Beer ‘N
Bratwurst or Italian
Sausage Links ........................... 19 oz.
$
5
2/$6
Pillow Pack
Pepperoni ........................................ 8 oz.
Minnesota Gold
Peeled Baby
Red
Carrots
Radishes
16 oz. bag
Fresh Red Ripe
2 lb.
Oscar Mayer
W.H.M. Stewart’s
lb.
4
$699
$679
$ 69
Essential Everyday
Johnsonville
99
$
¢
lb.
95
$
Tangy Summer
Sausage ........................................... 28 oz.
Cooked Tail On
Shrimp .............................. 12 oz./41-50 ct.
Pork Loin
Back Ribs
Gold-N-Plump
Cloverdale
Arctic Shores
Fresh All Natural
Grade A
Boneless Skinless
Chicken Breasts
Family Pack
Split Chicken Breasts ...................
lb.
lb.
DELI
January 26 - February 1
Honey Turkey $455 lb.
Brown Turkey $435 lb.
Hard Salami $465 lb.
Mesquite Turkey $475 lb.
Check out our specials
on facebook!
Pepperoni $465 lb.
Pepperjack $475 lb.
Lorraine Swiss $545 lb.
Salami Cheese $525 lb.
Winter Hours:
Variety Wings For The Big Game $499 lb. thru Feb. 2
M.-F. 5am-7pm • Sat. & Sun. 7am-7pm
Ex-Creamy Coleslaw $289 lb. | Deli Fresh Macaroni $189 lb.
Fresh Bakery
All Made From FRENCH BREAD ................. With in-ad coupon limit 2 96¢
Scratch By
$ 49
Our
Bakery
SUB BUNS ...............................................................½ doz.
ASST. FRUIT FILLED DANISH PASTRY ........... ½ doz.
PLAIN OR SUGAR DONUT HOLES ................ 36 cnt.
2
$ 79
3
$ 99
2
Frozen
Dairy
Land O Lakes
Sour Cream ......................... 16 oz. tub
Land O Lakes
Cottage Cheese ...................... 22 oz.
Top the Tater ............................12 oz.
Kraft
Sliced Cheese .................7-8 oz. pkg.
Kraft
Cream Cheese ................. 8 oz. block
Kraft
Parmesan Cheese ..........8 oz. tube
148
$ 48
2
$ 68
1
2/$
5
2/$
3
$ 99
2
$
Essential Everyday
Shredded Cheese ........... 8 oz. pkg.
Chunk
Cheese (excludes swiss) .............. 8 oz. block
Smart Balance
Spread ................................... 15 oz. pkg.
Cookie Dough ........16-16.5 oz. pkg.
Pillsbury
Pizza Crust ..................11-13.8 oz. tube
Pillsbury
Crusty French Loaf .........11 oz. tube
David’s Deli
Bagels ................................ 14.25 oz. pkg.
3/$
5
$
99
2
2/$
5
2/$
$
5
1
$ 88
1
$ 29
1
Gelatin .................................4 pack cups
Pudding...............................4 pack cups
$
Minute Maid
$
Simply
Ades ...................................... 59 oz. bottle
88
1
225
$ 25
2
Tropicana
Pure Premium
Orange Juice ....................... 89 oz. jug
Azteca
Large Flour Tortillas ..... 14.1 oz. pkg.
$
Shoppers Value
Ice Cream ............................ 128 oz. pail
450
T.G.I. Friday’s
$
349
Lean, Croissant or
Hot Pockets ........................ 9 oz. pkg.
$
89 Potatoes ..........................19-32 oz. bag
$
Appetizers ...................7.6-11 oz. pkg.
2/$
5
88
Jell-O
Orange Juice ..................59 oz. carton
Coffeemate
Flavored
Coffee Creamers........ 32 oz. bottle
Nestle
75
4
2/$
3
Rhodes
Rolls............................... 24-36 count pkg.
Banquet
Boneless
Chicken .........................24-26.5 oz. pkg.
Ore Ida
3
Captain Ken’s
Essential Everyday
Raspberries ....................... 12 oz. pkg.
2/$
4
Baked Beans ..................... 14 oz. pkg.
Essential Everyday
Essential Everyday
Orange Juice ......................12 oz. can
2/$
3
Chopped Spinach ............ 10 oz. pkg.
2/$
4
275
$
2/$
3
75¢
Green Giant
Essential Everyday
Potstickers ......................... 10 oz. pkg.
2/$
5
Boil In
Bag Vegetables ........... 7-10 oz. pkg.
5/$
5

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