Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1953 · Page 38
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 38

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 15, 1953
Page 38
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Hon^i »t DW (Coffee for Continental Touch In Vales City Home ....... , The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Thursday, October 15, 19.88! 39 YATES CITY — Harlari Elliott of Princeville was honored Sunday in the home of his niece, Miss Mary Elliott, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowhay when the relatives gathered for a politick dinner at noon. Mr. Elliott spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Elliott, Charles Barclay, Mrs. Maude Wlridlsh, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Appcl and family, Mr. and Mrs, Marion Shlvcs and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Windish and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elliott. Bale Elliott was an afternoon caller. Mrs. Leonard Hartnisnn wasi honored Sunday in the Unger homo )n Knoxville celebrating her birthday which was Friday. Other guests were her husband, Mrs. Clara Bigler of Mnquon and Mrs. Sally Bowman of Peoria. Orvillc Webber of ffobbs, N. M. was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott Monday evening. Mr. Webber was called here recently to look after his farm buildings which were badly damaged by the tornado two weeks ago. Harry Runyon suffered a severe eye (rouble Tuesday and his son, Gene Runyon of Elmwood, rushed him to an eye clinic in Bloomington Tuesday afternoon. Preparation and service of coffee varies throughout the world ust as do customs and habits. It's really a matter of personal choice. But; whatever your favorite method of serving coffee might be, you can be sure of one thing, the use of instant coffee will cut preparation time to a minimum. It is simple to cater to the varied and cosmopolitan tastes of every gue«t. Here are some "continental'* preferences that offer taste variety for party or home. Guests whose background is Viennese will enjoy coffee topped with whipped cream, plain cream. Turkish guests would like their coffee on the strong side, perhaps with a twist of lemon or orange peel, while your Cuban friends might enjoy adding evaporated or sweetened condensed milk. There Ti \lB ?Ck MEAT 111 Ell) MARKET WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 8 EAST MAIN STREET - PHONE 5256-6 OPEN FRIDAY EVENING TILL 9 Choice Cuts Veal Roast ib. Beef Hearts lb. 23* Beef Tongues . Ib. 27< Young Beef Liver Ib. 29< Pure Pork Sliced Sausage Bacon 33c lb. 39c Ib. 'Choice Cut Beef Beef Rib Chuck Roast Steaks 43« Ib. 49c Ib. Veal Beef Rib Chops Rib Boil 49c Ib. 19c lb. Round Bon* Sugar Cured Swiss Steak Picnic Hams 49c lb. 39c Ib. are endless variations. A small tray will hold any or all of these additions. Instant coffee has concentrated goodness, takes up little space on the pantry shelf, and it can be served in a matter of minutes. Just add water and you have a consistently delicious drink. Coffee Punch (Makes 44 (Vi cup) servings) 1 (2-oz.) jar instant coffee 1 quart warm water 1 cup sugar 3 quarts cold water 2 quarts vanilla, chocolate or coffee ice cream Combine coffee, warm water and sugar; stir until sugar is dissolved. Chill. Pour mixture into punch bowl. Stir in cold water. Beat 1 quart ice cream into cof-; fee mixture. Spoon remaining ice cream over top. FRESH DRESSED FRYERS & CHITTERLINGS RABBITS - PIG EARS, TAILS AND FEET Lomax LOMAX — Mr. and Mrs. Leon- 1 ard Moulton are visiting in the homes of their daughters in Hous- j ton, Tex. Mrs. M. E. Hedges associate matron of Logan Chapter O.E.S. attended the 79th annual session of the Order of the Eastern Star | of Illinois in Chicago. Jane Wisbey of Terre Haute | spent the weekend in the homes of Mrs. Mollie Dowell and Mrs. Nellie Dixon. Sunday will be observed as Layman Sunday at the Christian Church and there will be talks by j several of the laymen of the church at the morning services. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Worrell of Moline spent the weekend in the home of his sister, Mrs. Ruth Shanks. Mr. and Mrs. Worrell and I Mrs. Shanks spent Sunday afternoon in the Harry Doolittle home| In Niota. Mrs. Harlan Nixon and children | are spending a few days this week in the Bill Noland home at Salem, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carlson entertained the following relatives and friends at a fish fry at the recreation park in Dallas City on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. August Hoffman of Mackinaw, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Myers and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knapp and family of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoker of Princeville, Mrs. Luelle Nixon and Sandra Carlson. Kathryn Wells of Stronghurst was a visitor in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Boecker. Mrs. Mollie Dowell entertained | the Lomax unit of the Home Bureau at breakfast at her homell Tuesday morning. READ THE WANT ADS WHICH IS LESS FATTENING? 01 3 Teaspoons of IKffl/ffO Sugar Contain Fewer Calories than 3 Raw Carrots! F teaspoons of Domino Sugar contain fewer calories than % cup of cooked green peas! •'Counting calories" nowadays? You should know that generous amounts of Domino Granulated Sugar, used in your favorite foods and beverages, contain fewer calories than usual serving* of many foods regularly included in reducing diets. Nutritionists say that no single food is fattening unless you take in more calories than your body uses up. Carrots and green pees are excellent foods , but, sugar, too, fs nutritionally important in the well-balanced diet you need for good health. So don't denyyourself the pkasurcful extraflavor that Domino Sugar adds to your daily meals. And always insist on Domino Pure Cano Sugar be* cause only one sugar is Domino pure! Gr*iwlaU«l~01d FashioBtd Brown-Ugh t Browo - Confectioners - Tablets AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING SUGARS nroqer v) Royal Prince Potatoes Pie Crust Mix Muffin Mix Beans Northern No. 303 can Jiffy 9 oi. Pkg. Jiffy 9]£ oz. pkg. No. 300 can 10e 10c 10c 10c Colonial Pur« Cane Sugar lb. bag 97c Here's plenty of proof that- Kroger has THE BIG VALUES! Kroger Pumpkin 10c Kidney Beans Spaghetti Oto« No. 300 brand can Viviano Just heat and serve 15 M oz. can 10c 10c Kroger Long or Elbow Macaroni Kroger Long or Elbow Spaghetti 8 oz. Pkg. 8 oz. 10c 10c TOILET SOAP 10c Cashmere Bouquet Palraolive Camay Sweetheart Lux bath size Plenty of meat Liver and Vitamins RIVAL Dog Food lb. can 10c 7 RIB CUT PORK Loin Roast 49c Pork Chops 69c U. S. Choice Gov't. Graded Chuck Roast U. S. Choice Gov't, Graded Round Steak HOME FREEZER SALE U. S. Choice Gov't. Graded BABY BEEF SIDES —lb. 43c U. S. Choice Gov't. Graded BABY BEEF FORES lb. 39c U. S. Choice Gov't. Graded BABY BEEF HINDS lb. 45c r U.S. No. 1 Quality DATATHFC S RUSSET BAKING kr \J I M I ULdO Sam« low, price MARVEL Cigarettes (arlon $1.65 For Pies and Cakes Spry lb. can 33c 3 Ib. can 85c Rinso Giant size 53c ^ 2 larye pkys* SS( !j wucenain ^m** — u. s. NO. I quality LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS 10 lb. mesh bag 49c 10 lb. vent §m vue bagqj£^£ Lux Flakes 8 Potalw$ 9 ^ Wisconsin Red Keepers ~ U. S. No. % 2 large pkgs. 55c J Potatoes 100 >•< $2.49 Florida Marsh seedless Grapefruit Half gallon 49c Apple Cider for 39c gallon£^g Liquid Lux 12 oz. bottle 37c 22 oz. bottle 67c Rinso Detergent Giant size 69c 2 large boxes 591 Lifebuoy 2 bath bars 25c Lifebuoy 3 res. hire 23c Surf Giant size 59c 2 large boxes 59c | Breeze Giant six* 60e large box 30c Silver Dust Giant size 55c 2 large boxes 59c Lux Soap 3 reg. bars 22c Lux Soap Bath Size tlX

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