T!i; i;~n THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VEKNON. ILLINOIS 3—B LITE FLUFF (WITH BUTTERMILK...) With Coupon 'N $ 5 Purchase Large BOLOGNA Braunschweiger % Wafer Sliced HAM "Mickleberry" by the Piece Fully Cooked Ready to Eat 11 Armour Star SKINLESS 1 WIENERS Pork Sausage Polish Sausage Brick Chili Mickleberry Skinless Links "Mickleberry" "Good-N-Spicy" ^J ^ATS NEW? PR1NGLES 4 c«: 39c COOK IN THE BOWL WHOLE WHEAT CEREAL 10 -Oi. Popchips COOK IN THE Bi Ralston Pk 9 . ORLEANS SALAD DRESSING Wishbone ^ 45c 45c 6-Oz. Jar "Potpourri C.W. SALAD Mustard C.W. HOT DOG Relish ,2 ;r 29c C.W. TOMATO Catsup 2 B4 ;°: JERSEY FARM HOT DOG Buns 1 p °jf' 33c The boss told m* he wanlt m. to write something that will be of some interest to YOU and put it In this same spot each week ... so YOU keep your eyes peeled for all th. little GEMS that will be spilling forth each seven days ... I can hardly wait myself . . . I'll be pumping th. produce buyers, Joe Barbieri and Reggie Mennerick each week to find out what's th. best and worst buy* on the market and Claude Miller our vice-pres. in charge of Meat Operations (how's that for a title) premised that he would pass on any hints on what are the best bargains in hi* Meat cases . . . Dick Roderick, Roger Storm and Ron Aldridge our grocery buyers have also been put on th. alert to tell m. about anything that is going on with the pack.rt (not the football team although wo do talk about them from time to time. . So watch this column each week for the latest in food (lashes . . . Al Barnes Adv. Mgr. U.S.D.A. "Choice" 7-Bone Pot Roast lb. 57 U.S.D.A. "Choice" Boneless Pot Roast lb. 79 U.S.D.A. "Choice" Boneless Beef for Stew 79' lb. U.S. Gov't. Graded 'Choice' Round Bone Shoulder Chuck Steaks Beef Shanks Ground Chuck U.S.D.A. "Choice" Fine for Soup Extra Lean lb. lb. lb. 59* 79* © DAIRY FOODS! 'i7 > *„w«y' Fresh Lean GROUND Velveeta 2 « 94 "* s. =, ft a & \ & "Jersey Farm' Thin or Thick SLICED BACON ' V ''As KRAFT'S £FEL Slices £T 63c C. W. Sliced American 3? 57c Pillsbury Cin'mon Rolls 9 ^ uz 31c FUlsbury "Hungry D |C/*IIITC 9 9 ' OZ ' All* Jack" Buttermilk DIJvWI • W £ ,,| t g S . "WW Gaymont Sour Supreme £' 39c "Ecco" <%rc Cottage Cheese Ctrl. tkS^e) Mb. ctn. '4 1 ib. $129 Jr 20c OFF LABEL KING With Coupon PKG - GftOC WORTH Toward Purchase Duncan Hines Layer CAKE MIXES 3PK 9 , $ 1°° WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. I. WORTH 1 f\gt Toward • I Purchase • Kraft's j FRENCH DRESSING : 16-oz. bot. WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. 8, 44* 1 39* Purchase "NESCAFE" Inst ant Coffee 10-oz. Jar WITH THIS rO'JPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. 8. S]0? WORTH Toward 14c Purchase ! "TIDE" I 20c OFF LABEL • k«ng QQ C • pkg. # # • WITH THIS COUPON • Coupon C ; res Wod., Jan. 8. ls83 !?53 •S3 WORTH 20c Toward Purchase LITE-FLUFF Buttermilk BISCUITS 3 « 8 r ,5« WITH COUPON limit ONE coupon per customar with additional $5.00 or mote purchme of mean, flrocetlei or produce, not Including <lo,a- retlei 01 any couponed lleim. Coupon expires Wed., Jan. I. Customer muit pay talitt tax Involved. STEEL GANTKY COLUMNS and crosshead beams are in readiness for the main trusses, which, when completed, will accept the weight of old London Bridge while it is being demolished for shipment to Lake Havasu City, Ariz. It also will provide a lifting platform from which sections of London's new bridge can be hoisted into position over the River Thames. THE DOCTOR SAYS Some Helpful Hints On Foot Ailments P-y Wiiyiic 0. Urandstiidl, M.l). | Every season is open season; fox* foot ailments. Here are! sumo lips from the American Po.iinfrv A-soriation. Ti's not the height ol your; ni eh that determines the health' .'•t' >v"-ir foot. A flat foot may; he- a useful foot while a high-; arched foot may be a painful one. j Feet are rarely exactly the | same size but shoes arc mad«;j as if they were. Always try; on both shoes before you buyj them. I learned this the hard; way. I In addition to affecting the; heart and circulation, obesity j car. ,,ause painful feet: by put.-; ting an e\tua strain on them. j Children's feet should be pla- 1 cod squarely on the floor who-j fhor you are sitting, standin: - ;' or walking Ycir feet should he dried alter bathing as thoroughly as; you dry your face. This applies especially to the s) nee between your toes. Prompt care of minor foot aihrtT .ts prevents major tvoui;- When your met all over. The human foot oi health. Often rf a genera) bodily cordition such as diabetes, g'">ut, arthritis and impaired circulation, appears in the foot. Q. My doctor is giving me Va- hum for nervous tension. Can this drug be taken indefinitely If not, please name one thai can. What is clilantin used for hurt, you hurt is the mirror 'lie first sign A. Diazrpam <Valium) is a minor tranquilizer. Although the drug is not habit folining, no one should t:i!<o any kind ot t ; nquiliz e I IIKU fin i t e ly. A course in progressive relaxation w^uld be much mere rewarding llr.iii a course of any kind of tranquilizer I could name. Diphonylhydant o i n (Dil a n- tin> is an anticonvulsant thai is used chiefly in the control of epilepsy. Q. What can be done for sy- rincomveiia I have had it for a lonr^ time and it is slowly getting worse. A. In this disease of the spinal cor. I there in a scattered loss of sensation, a wasting of muscles and curvature of the spine, i The disease progresses slowly I and there may be periods of '•emision. As with any disease i'i which spontaneous remissions , ;<:cur, evaluation of the resuits of treatment are hard to make, i \- r ay therapy o\er the spine : helps some victims and, in selected cas's, removal of a pari of some of the vertebrae is beneficial. Please send your questions an comments to Wayne G . Brand- si.'.dl, M.D in care of this pa- :,oi'. While Dv. Brandstadl, can- r.oi answer individual letters, he , iviil answer letters of general inters! in future columns. York, Maine, is the oldest incorporated city in the United States. It received an English charter in March, 1642. and was I incorporated under the name i Georgeana. GIVE 'Some of the gang are coming over. Can't Daddy worry somewhere,.else?"
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