Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 8, 1969 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 8, 1969
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 196!) THE REGISTER-NEWS MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 3—B CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP Flavor-Kisf ACKERS NIBLETS WhG °rr' CORN Oatmeal -- 10-oz. Flavcr-Kist cSoedHtVchS*.. ?-z. Sugar -- 10-oz. FRENCHETTE FRENCHETTE FRENCHETTE Maxwell House COFFEE STAIN REMOVER DIP-IT REGINA COOKING SHERRY FRIDAY'S PETIT POIS PEAS UPTON'S GUN POWDER TEA 5 P£- 59c 13-Oi. Bat. 303 Can 49c 35c 49c "We Reserve the Right to Limit" "NONE SOLD TO DEALERS" V V V IT ("BEAUTY" SHORTENIN Limit One With $5.00 Purchase Miracle Whip £ 39' Additional Jar XI* Jar 48c Spin Blend Jar Additional Jar 49c Breast Quarters m. 33c Mickleberry's by the Piece BRAUNSCHWEIGER ov't. INSPECTED "FRESH NEVER FROZEN Leg Quarters ,„. 33c l Very Scientific Ren Aldrldge went to College longer than tht other buyers, so h»'» the one that gets to buy the Encyclopedia fr»- \ motions. As you can tell from that we do things very scientific. Wall anyway, Ron toll* me that ho is about reody to broaV • now Encyclopedia program that is for the lady and the man of the house , . . the lady will be able to get Mary Margaret McBride's Encyclopedia of Cooking and the man can get the Family Handy* man Encyclopedic. All the details will be In next week's AD . . . Bet you can't hardly waif, huh? , 'V' ^'t ^tf. Advertising Mgr. "WHOLE" if WINGS 33c lb. BREASTS Sr: 39c Fryer LIVERS n 69c CUT-UP TRAY PACKED lb. lb. Pieces Sliced lb. 53c Hunter's Large BOLOGNA \£T lb. Pieces Sliced ..." .b. 59* FRESH LEAN FAMILY PACK More n Mayrose Fully Cooked Ready-to-Eat ° Whole6to8-Lb. Avg. Picnics SLICED ib 53c lb. fflHIRUJE PORK SAUSAGE ROUND BONE SHOULDER MOKED STEAKS HUNTER'S BUDGET SAVERS... NECKBONES, PIG FEET OR PIG TAILS Your Choice lbs. "SEA PASS" Frozen Breaded Grade "A" Cod Fish Steaks 10 SWIFT'S "FRY PAN" Mayrose Square Cut Shoulder c SUGAR CURED SLICED BACON ROAST lb. 2V4-oz. Steaks DAIRY FOODS! 3» 25* mP cans Pillsbury Regular or Extra Lite or Ballard Biscuits LAMB CHOPS LAMB CHOPS Square Cut Shoulder, Round Bone Shoulder lb. lb. DIAL SOAP 6c off Label bath bars Kraft's 25 Cheddar Kraft's G,a,ed Parmesan Ecco Sour Cream Bedrest Tapioco Pudding C. W. Sliced AMERICAN 5 X 63c 3c r 39c 16-Ot. Cm. _. _j — vf CROC XU" TRI-CITY COUPON TRI CITY GRCK CO COUPON WORTH KOTEX 67« Toward Purchase WORTH Toward I Purchase Bunny Pop Yellow POPCORN 24-ct. V:TH T UIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. IS. lb. bag WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. IS. WORTH Toward \ Purchase ' 50 Royal Gelatin pkgs WITH THIS COUPON Coupan Expires Wed., Jan. 15. WORTH 1f| tf Toward I Purchase Any Size Pkg. "Tola!" Cereal WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. 15. JERSEY FARM Grade "A" Homogenized Half Gals. Jersey Farm 2% 2 Half Gals. 89c namutj MILK 93 ONE OF THE LARGEST rubber bearings ever made in one piece frames Bonnie Baine, who holds a standard three-quarter-inch bearing for comparison. Two of the big, 1,200-pound cutless bearings, made by Goodrich, support a shaft that drives the 38-ton cutter head of the world's most powerful dredge, being used to straighten and enlarge a stretch of Florida's Kissimmee River. MONEY CLIPS by Mort Reed A Coin Collector's Stamp • • • The withdrawal of silver from circulation has made it available to the silver industry and now we are getting it back in the form of hollowwarc. jewelry and conversation pieces. The newest and most unusual of these pieces to make the scene has to ve this peautiful silver reproduction of a Canadian five-cent postage stamp — the Royal William. First in a series of five "silver stamps" to be minted by a Canadian firm, the Royal William measures 1x1% inches, is .999 fine silver and roughly equivalent to four U.S. silver dies in weight. The set will consist of stamps issued, by Canada commemorating famous ships in her history and in the order of their availability, they are: The Royal William, the Royal Yacht Britannia, John Cabot's ship Matthew, schooner Bluenose and Arrival of Cartier at Quebec. All are mounted in attractive display cases. Reproductions of this nature are rare indeed, since few governments, including our own, allow facsimiles of stamps or currency in any form for any reason. Since one of the requirements stipulated a slight difference between the original and the reproduction, the silver stamp is essentially smaller than its paper prototype. Jerry Parker, of Jerry Parker Limited in Ottawa, advised this column that the mintage was too small to reserve any pieces. They are being sold on a first- come first-served basis at $4.50 each, and when 4,00X1 have been struck the dies will be destroyed, making it a real collectors' item. . * W :> Mr. .T.J.A., Bayou La Batre, Ala. (Mobile Press-Regiater): Since there is such a wide range of serial numbers involved in pricing (Hawaii) silver certificates, I suggest you send $1 to Chuck O'Donnell, P.O. Box 123, Williamstown, N.J., for a copy of his 'Standard Handbook ot Modern U.S. Paper Money." Mrs. FX.. Glenshaw, Pa., (Pittsburgh PressV. If you are a coin collector, you should lead Coin World, the coin collectors' weekly newspaper that prints a market report each week, keeping you abreast of the value of your coins. I * * * Mrs. K .G .K., Canton, Ohio (Canton Repository.): The letters FS on the face of the Jefferson nickel are the initials of Felix O. Schlag. the designer of the I five-cent piece. Mr. Schlag won J .?1,000 for his design in a competition with 390 other artists. * • « Mrs. K„ Corry, Pa. 'Erie Times-News): The V in Trust on the face of I he Peace dollar is actually a Roman-style U. The U in United on the reverse is the English style. If there are arrows on each side of the date on your 1853 quarter, it lists at ?5 in fine condition to $25 uncir­ culated. If there is a mint letter O on the reverse, the value rises to $10 fine and $35 uncirculated. • » « Those readers writing for order blanks to purchase proof sets should write: Coin World, P.O. Box 150, Sidney, Ohio. They will be glad to forward you blanks and instructions. NEWS BRIEF MANILA (AP) — The Philippines will continue to pressfor the return of Sangley Point, 'the U.S. Naval Station in nearby Cavite Province, Foreign Secretary Carlos P. Romulo said (• today. The Philippines want to make the base the headquarters tor its navy. A request last year for its return was turned down, by U.S. military authorities, 1 who said the base was needed for defense operations in Southeast Asia. T lffiC „ _ ^»^TfSv *>y Kate Osonn "I don't mind his raiding the refrigerator so often—it's . juat that I'm afraid hef get frostbite 1" % ;

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