Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 22, 1953 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 22, 1953
Page 13
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, In. Thursday, Octaber 22, 1SS3 13 List Week's Best Food Store Buys By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lamb, beef and a long list of vegetables look like the best buys of the week In the nation's food stores. Actually, there won't be much difference in lamb and beef prices from those of last weekend, but food men agreed they represent the best values in the meat division. One chain store official said he thinks beef prices will go lower in the near future but that lamb prices may have touched bottom. Although prices generally will be unchanged, some stores said they planned to trim prices on items such as legs of lamb, lnrrib shoulder chops and sirloin steak. Other features will include porterhouse steak, rib roast, chuck roast and ground beef. Fresh ham and smoked picnics will be on sale in some markets, but pork prices generally will be higher. One big chain noted that egg prices will be lower in many parts of the country — down two cents a dozen for la/ge grade A whites in Chicago. This reflects lower egg prices in the Chicago wholesale market where last week, more than 29,000 cases of eggs were shipped. Offsetting declining egg prices will be rising 'butter quotations. Butter production has slipped recently and wholesale prices have climbed. So you can expect price increases of from a penny to four cents a pound in retail stores this weekend. Yates City Class Holds Hayrack Ride YATES CITY—The Wesley Fellowship Class meeting was Sunday. They met at the church at 5:30 p.m. for a hayrack ride out to Mr. and Mrs. Claire Coopers where everyone enjoyed a wiener roast. Following the wiener roast a business meeting was held. There was a discussion on buying chairs for the church and they voted to spend $35 on some for now. The class decided to have a bake sale at the Yates City City Building on Saturday, Nov. 7, at 9:30 a.m. Ruth Sprecker is to make posters for advertising the sale. Lowell Heller had charge of devotions. HELP MAQUON FARMER—Warren Culver of near Maquon in a polio patient. His friends and neighbors came In Wednesday morning and picked 80 acres of corn for him. The workers had a noon meal at the Maquon American Legion Home with the cooking and serving by women of the Auxiliary. George Hatch, Legion commander, got up the group to do the work which included Teddy Kcnnelly, Arlyn Mitchell, Burton Cecil, Robert Sherman, Roland Dctmars. Harold Hatch, Max Smith, Gale Cooper, Willis Moses, Carl Ancll, Wldmer and Dredge, Glenn Huggins, Roland Schlclch, Ernest Talbcrl and John Wolfe, all of whom furnished pickers. Also Wayne Thurman, Tom Sleight, William Haydcn, Fred Scaif, Ralph Culver, Stanton Moore, Ray Martin, George Hatch, Max Smith, Robert Sherman, Clair Cooper, Oren Knox, Beryl Mitchell, Lyle and Albert Goedeke, Herman Detmer, Robert Clark, Robert Buckman, Dean Utsler, Frank and Louis Srecker. Also Berwyn Cooper, Frank Livingston, Dwlght Clark, Paul Richardson, Robert Cecil, Russell Bybee, Merrill Owen, Fred Triloff, Walter Piatt, Amer Davis, Max Sanford, Harold Flinn, Robert Foster, Lcroy Bowman, Fredrick Cole, Paul Plait, John Shinner, Clifford Buckman, Lester Pruitt, Russell Harlcr, Dale Dredge, Rolland Schleich, Robert Thompson and Floyd Knox. Bob Elliott gave 175 gallons of gas to run the equipment. London Mills LONDON MILLS — Mrs. Minnie Sheckler and daughter of Bushnell spent a day with her sister, Mrs. Caroline Edmonson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blout and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stevenson spent the weekend in Missouri with the Nelse Nelson family. Miss Marilyn Otten is a patient in St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. Miss Lois LaTourette spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Mae Timmons. Mrs. Nellie Foshay is spending a few days in Washington, D. C, with her son and family. Mrs. Nettie Combs is a patient in Cottage Hospital at Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Art LaTourette spent Friday in Granger. Mo., with the Nelse Nelson family and on Saturday night visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sampson before returning home. Mrs. Nell Hart is a patient in the Graham Hospital at Canton. Acid Stomach? Get TUMS Quick! Top-speed relief for gu, heartburn, acid indigestion. SHU otJhf 'Offer, TUMS rOI TMI TUMMY Don't Miss These Specials Galesburg Sales Co. 739 South Henderson Street REAL PAINT VALUES Rubberized satin finish for all walls and woodwork. Apply with brush or roller. Dries in 20 minutes. All Colors. Only $4.00 a gallon. Inside Gloss Enamel. Made with durable oils. Covers 500 to 600 sq. ft. per gallon. Only $4.35 gal. Just unloading big shipment of Tools and New Merchandise. Big Bargains for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Skill Saws, 6". .$35.00 Skill Saws, 814". $60.00 Galesburg Sales Co. 739 South Henderson St. Phone 7122-3 € MOTHERS So eoy to «!V8 fS ^WMMM jrour child thia I 8T. JOSlpjT orange fla- I ASPIRIN vored aspirin. I FOR CHILQBJJL Buy it today. ^^^ MMM****** World's largest Selling Aspirin For Childrfen IMW , wfa ROM drop for ehtldran. Contains nac-syntphrln«. Sfc, tic SIIM. an JOIIMI sow wn m matin Plan Homecoming At Gilson Nov. 1 GILSON—Invitations are being mailed to former residents of Gilson announcing the annual community homecoming set at the church for Sunday, Nov. 1. The main feature will be the showing of a film by Prof. A. B. Roberts of Macomb, pictures taken on a Mexican trip last summer to be shown following the Sunday School session at 10. An effort will be made for a new Sunday school attendance record, the record to date standing at 113 at Easter. A potluck lunch Is planned at the church basement followed by an afternoon program. Attending the Sunday school last Sunday were 67. Son Born ALPHA — Mr. and Mrs. Eskil Shoop of Marcelir.e, Mo., are parents of a son born Sunday morning at 6 o'clock. The mother is the former Alice Wells of Alpha. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wells of Alpha and the paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shoop of Marceline. Victoria VICTORIA—Mr. and Mrs. Arlic Dawson and son, James, of Chilli cothc, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Phealty Pyles. Mr. and Mrs Chester Griffith and son, Harold and Mrs. Raymond Griffith spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Pyles home. Nervous? Run Down? TOO TIRED- TOO OFTEN? If lack of thiamin and riboflavin is the reason, here's how you can feel stronger, peppier, in just 7 days — without risking a penny! RYBUTOL YN , FREEI Regular $1.98 RYBUTOL Is Yours At No Extra Cost When You Buy The 10Q-Size RYBUTOL at Our Druggist. You Must Feel Stronger, Peppier In 7 Days. Or Return The 100-SUe For FULL CASH REFUND. In Any Event. Keep The $1.98 Size As A Gift I If you are tired, nervous, run down, simply because you're not getting enough energy- releasing thiamin and riboflavin from your food, get in on this wonderful RYBUTOL give-away— We'll give you $1.88 bottle of RYBUTOL FREE when you buy the 100-size bottle at our druggist. What's more, you must feel stronger, peppier in 7 days, or return the 100-size bottle for full cash refund. In any event, you keep the $1.98 size as a gift. Nothing to lose but your miseries — because amazing RYBUTOL gives you precious thiamin and riboflavin in high - potency amounts, plus supplementary amounts of other vitamins, plus certain trace minerals. Tiredness, weakness, or irritability, due to lack of important elements in RYBUTOL, disappears fast! Act now! This FREE RY­ BUTOL OFFER limited. Get your gift $1.98 RYBUTOL— today! YOU MAY NEVER KNOW HOW OOOD YOU CAN FEEL UNTIL YOU'VE TRIED RYBUTOL — START THE 7-DAY RYBUTOL TEST TODAYI FDUP HOPKINS m* 453 E. Main St. our striking California Contour Lounge Chair and Ottoman $ 59 50 Furniture — 4th Floor Lovely to look at, wonderful to relax in . . . the perfect lounge chair with ottoman for comfort seekers. Upholstered in Homespun cotton with Latex back, woodwork is ever popular blonde finish. See it today in Toast, Lt. Green, Charcoal, Red. Both pieces for only $59.50. Mengel's Lovely Functional Group in Sun y n Sand You'll find the" Ideal bedroom combination for your home and enjoy the convenience of buying only the pieces suited to your needs now at B&K. Panel bed, full or twinl $49.50 Headboard with metal frame $39.50 Bookcase bed, full or twin $69.50 6 Drawer Chest .$95.00 Corner Cabinet $65.00 4 Drawer Chest $75.00 4 Drawer End Chest $55.00 Double Dresesr and Mirror $154.50 No Money Down — Convenient Terms Furniture — 4ih Floo,. F Special Purchase! Lamps More Light, More Beauty • . • Wonderfully Low Priced! $ 10 Compare to $19.95! Big, beautiful, better lamps-the kind you'd expect to be much higher priced. All have three-way switches, range from 29" to 32" in height. Furniture ~ 4th Floor Ruffled Orion Lovely Orion Curtains The wonder fabric in soff ruffied curtains. Need no ironing. 43 x 81"___ $9.50 43 x 90"__ $10.50 Curtains — 3rd Floor Draperies In Miracle Chromspun Superbly tailored Chromspun pinch - pleated draperies, 90" long. Green, Oyster, Rose, Gold, Wine, Cocoa. Draperies — 3rd Floor 5 Ways to Pay...Buy Now, Pay Later on Convenient Pay Plan

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