Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 29, 1969 · Page 14
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2D, 10G9 THIS RKG'iSTER-NEWS - A IT VERXOX. ILLIVQTS W TRI-C1TY —• THE SAVINGS €0. THAT LOOKS LIKE A SUPERMARKET!!** ii WHOLE II Breastquarters lb. 33" Legquarters lb. 33' errri GROCERY CO. WINGS o U. S. Gov't. Inspected ih. Oo BREASTS With Portion of Back lb. "We Reserve the Right to Limit" "NONE SOLD TO DEALERS" C.W. PURE Horseradish pint jar Fresh Green CABBAGE From Good-N-Spicy Brick CHILI l-lb. brick BEAUTY CUT GREEN BEANS 303 c ™ ST. CROIX PEAS STILWELL BUCKETED PEAS IRISH POTATOES "PERRY LOU" WHOLE 303 Can 303 Can 303 Can YOUR CHOICE for PILLSBURY or C| 0ur > GOLD MEDAL • ,WMI KOYAl GELATIN 3 -Ot. Q_ Pk B . « C GELATIN JELL-O CRYSTAL CUT 2c 3o0n V43c OKRA 2c 3o0n V43c IS* I W "COLONIAL Heinz Strained BABY FOOD Jar MIRACLE WHIP Or SPIN BLEND One Limit With $5.00 Purchase PUREX 3c OFF LABEL half gal. SEALTEST BUTTERMILK Quart Ctn. SCOURING PADS "S.O.S." COPPER CLEANER TWINKLE •OUNTY REGULAR TOWELS X 26c 2 46c Del Monte DRINKS "BOUNTY" Jumbo Towels Roll •i SAVE 15c ON ANY TWO HALF GAL. CARTONS JERSEY FARM" HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL No. WITH COUPON /It's II DEAL 'EM!" "A POKER PLAYER, ROGER STORM, AIN'T!" (my daughter Debby't teacher im't going to approve of that utage of word'i) Anyway, when Roger, our non-foodt buyer, hat something that ho thinkt it good ho suro gett excited . . . The other day ho came in all excited about a' "Currier 1 Ivet" Dinnerware Promotion ho had purchaied . . . So we all aiked him if we should take out an extra insurance policy on our ttore doors in caie our customeri break 'em down when they come fn to take advantage of the special price he'i putting on the dinnerware . . . Well I can't put down what he said except that IT IS GOING TO BE A FANTASTIC PROMOTION . . . and you'll see it in our AD next week . . . Al Barnes Advertising Manager FOLGER'S COFFEE 69* l-lb. can APPLE SAUCE 7 c3o0n3 . $1 TOMATO SAUCE HUNT'S Moihro«mt ^ Cam $1 JACK-O-LANTERN W.K. Golden Corn 7 c3 „° n3 , $1 • FROZEN FOODS Banquet PIES 4 20-oz. SI pkgs. I * Apple, * Coconut Custard BIRD'S EYE GLAZED CARROTS 10Pko ; 35c PEAS 'N POTATOES Bird's Eye "£r V" 35c SIRO'S EYE PEAS In Crtom Sauce l-Oi. Pk B . 35c 'ELM TREE" FROZEN BREAD 49 e 3 loaf pkg. COLGATES'S—4c OFF LABEL Dental Creme ^ 55c SHAMPOO Lusrre-Creme 4 ]°; 89c SKIN CREAM DERMASSAGE e : 88c II Dippity Doo HAIR SETTING LOTION 8 j 98* •I SHAMPOO WITH EGG SUAVE 16-Oz. lot. 79c SHAMPOO WITH BODY SUAVE U-Oz. Bat. 79c NORMAL SHAMPOO SUAVE lo-Oz. let. 79c "SURF" 15c OFF LABEL DETERGENT giant [Trig pkg. TRI-CITY 20c CROC CO COUPON Toward $ WORTH TDI MTV GROC co I nl'vl I I COUPON TRI-CITY WORTH Purchase • TRI-CITY PINK LIQUID DETERGENT 39* WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Feb. S. 20' Toward, Purchase OLD JUDGE INSTANT COFFEE 59* WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wnd., Ftb. 5. IIIIIHI i i I>T y • • m-m i GROC co COUPON WORTH ft 4 Toward ibU^ Purchase FASWEET LIQUID SWEETENER 'b 2 ;r 99* WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Feb. 5. TDI riTV GROC co Itii-ylI I COUPON! TRI-CITY GROC CO COUPON TRI-CITY COUPON Purchase WORTH Toward MONTE DRINKS 46-oz. cans WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Feb. 5. 3 lr s 85* • •*na.a «BiHi WORTH Toward Purchase 15c ANY TWO HALF GALS. Jersey Farm MILK "Homogenized" or 2% WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Feb. 5. WORTH 14* 2 No. 300 OQ c cans 4k## i > H = H H M I m H < ft » a ss H X « Toward Purchase \ HUNT'S J KM COCKTAIL No. 300 cans WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Feb. 3 2 ft 9 SB r M « 3 > H VI • •••••••••I iiiiinriiinsi I 4 i SUPERMAR] A PI.R1TCT RFC I \N( rl.l is the secret of co<l-ciittiitp in this tvrni ranch plan. It looks hip bin has onh I .(MX) square lect of living area and this covers three good bedrooms, two baths and comfort-planned living and kitchen-dining rooms No waste hall space here, but ven good traffic patterns from from and back doors. Plan H \sS4( i-. designed b\ architect I eslcr Cohen. Room ~IM. 4S ^ . -tStli St.. Nev/ York. N Y I()()'(. EYE OPENER — Artist Salvador Dali turns subject instead of artist and if he seemed a little far out before, he's way out v...en tic piiotojjrai-.ier tilts l.'s TAKING A STAND — With temperatures near zero, a heron stands with one foot in the snow and the other tucked under its feathers at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo. Vandals Cut Heads Off Roman Statues ROME (APi A lot ol ancient Romans have boon losing their heads. The city's superintondant of antiquities reports that 15 old ; marble statues in city parks ! have been decapitated since ! 1962. ; The big Villa Borshe.se Park , in the center of Rome lost heads , ot a satyr, two Hermes statues, 1 and half a dozen ancient con- I suls, senators, warriors and orators. Not much can be' done about • it. The statues arc scattered , along miles of walks through j parks and in odd nooks and corners of ancient Rome which are l unguarded at night. i Authorities doubt if the bc- i heading is the work of vandals or even souvenir hunters. They believe it's done by thieves specifically commissioned to supply antique statue fragments to a clandestine market. Some heads eventually are recovered in and around Rome, decorating modern villas. The , best fragments and most, of the heads probably find their way into the hands of collectors abroad. The beheaded statues are left standing—headless. They do not look particularly out of place that way. What with the wear ai£ tear ,'of time, aixl the depredations of the early barbarians, Rome lias many ancienl statues as arm• less as the Venus de Milo and as headless as Winger! Victory of | Samothrace. j But one Rome newspaper. I! I Messaggero, expressed some fears for the future. ; "If this keeps up", the news- i paper said, "The time will come j soon when there won't be a per- Isonage in Rome—at. least in marble- with a head on his i shoulders." NEWS BRIEF JAKARTA (API — Volcani •Mi. Ija, on Flores Island, erupt|ed Monday and sent villagers ! t 'eehig, Indonesia's Social Affairs Ministry said today. 1 he newspaper Kompas said pe- sons arriving from nearby , islands reported thick, dark 'clouds were hanging over Flores, but there has been no w./rd of casualties. Flores is one of the Lesser Sunda islands, south of Celebes. Jt wns the second volcanic eruption in Indonesia this month. Mt. Morapi erupted in -entral Java Jan. 7, killing at ' ' ; ' : ' •'•i>v ' "•• • ' ..J i. s.. y- i<i« several villages;

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