Specials good 5/7-5/10-2014 or while supplies last

Hello Everyone!

Well, Poultry Week went really well from what I hear!  My wife and I were enjoying Florida and, from what
I hear, everyone was enjoying themselves...especially the customer's (and employee's) ears! :)  They said it was enjoyable week of coming to work!  Anyway, this week brings specials that will cover whether it rains all day, or whether it's really nice weather for grilling or anything!  We have Boneless Chuck Roasts (for making a Beef Roast or Hot Beef) and Boneless Country-style Pork Ribs (great with Sauerkraut or for shredding for BBQ Pork), which are great for crock pot cooking!  We also have a bunch of Jacobs-own Sausages including our Wieners, Sauerkraut Brats, Chicken Fajita Brats and Summer Sausage.  For something different, we have Boneless & Skinless Chicken Thighs for just $3.29lb this week if you are tired of Chicken Breasts, they are a great just-as-healthy-alternative!

Father Norton woke up one Sunday morning. It was an exceptionally beautiful and sunny early spring day, and he decided he just had to play golf. He called up his associate pastor and told him that he was feeling sick and asked him to hold Mass for him that day.  As soon as he hung up from talking to his associate pastor, Father Norton headed for a golf course about 40 miles away. He wanted to make sure that he didn’t run into anyone he knew. After all, everyone else would be in church. At the course, Father Norton asked to play alone, and as he strolled onto the first tee, St. Peter leaned over to the Lord while they were looking down from Heaven and exclaimed, “You’re not going to let him get away with this, are you?”
The Lord sighed and responded, “No, I guess not.”
Father Norton teed his ball up and took a mighty swing. The ball came off the face of his driver like a cannon shot, straight and true. His ball landed just short of the green, bounced on and rolled straight into the hole, a 420-yard hole-in-one!
St. Peter was astonished. He looked at the Lord and asked, “How could you let that happen?”
The Lord just smiled and replied, “Who’s he going to tell?”