Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 9, 1961 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

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ffi5?Sfe MARKETS »y JEANNtTT! LYNCH (Mi ExttmlM Sf*ci*lM There's hah* a turkey per ytu for «v*y«m in the United State* ;W. We have efficient growers to thank (or such abundant*.: More I 'while meat, less bone, more pleasing *pf»aranc« too'. Ai dqnands! 'change, the turkey industry will cootiaw'to UK sd*nct to provide! · the type of turkey consvntri want.. i s - · * * I ':'· Take advantage of low, low .-poultry prices the rest of this year. They may not'be'quite so attractive next year, though prc dictions always are risky. The yeasty rise in supplies of broilers and turkeys .Ibis year has,brought with it prices I hat.-have'been ruinous to many growers. Nationwide, poultrymen are Irving to work out some means 9! managing volume In the hope that "Speedy Car Wash System" The most modern . equipment to wash your car safely and quickly: SPEEDY CAR WASH SYSTEM- Jt»t installed «t Westview "66" Service. .·· H. D.-. THOMPSON, Distributer 1104 Clmm«r»n .Drlvt . ' . L6v«l«nif, Colo. · Remove Road Film «nd Salt · Real Sudsy Wash · No Long Willing See Us For Winterizing Service Snow Tlrct ·utter! 11 Antl-Fr««i« Winter Oil nd Lub. Acctito'lei Complete Car Service WESTVIEW "66" SERVICE EL 2-9980 X" Stamps 2502 10th SI. lamb Gets Rare Billing on fpod Market ·r': THf ASSOCIATED Hliu Lamb nukes oiic of its' infrequent *ppetr*Dces at the top of the. list of weekend spedtls offered by supermarkets aria pelglv borfaood stores this weekend. Legs, r o a i t s and chops are bcadliners in Ihe Northeastern, Southeastern and Midwestern sec I ions, of the country. . One big Eastern chain is otter- ing lamb legs at 47 cents a pound, down -IS cents from last week. Meat currently is an economical item wilh supplies of beef and JOHN WIEDEMAN, Grceley' Sinclair markcler,' is shown receiving the Sinclair Top Wrangler award from R. G. Kline, district manager, The trophy is awarded for the lop monthly increase in total sales in Ihe Colorado and Wyoming area. Wiedeman has been Ihe Sinclair marketer in Greeley for the past two years. Tribune photo by Bob Beard. Houwwivn with an «y« on ThaatghrlBJ D»y are buying turkeys and finding them plentiful andre««.Ue FYying^dbroU- ing chickens, also In abundant ujlpiy, art g«6d buys. -^ Egp aod 'dairy products coo- inue io good supply.. throughout the nation ' ' pork heavy. Beef specials include roasts, , . · · · . , _, , . Colorado · State .College Shark numbers \lo ;be presented [.wW'bo Fish is betaf widely' featured, Club jifih present 'the annual swim «" totp 'by Shark'J. Chi : President «i j.-.-ji-- ^ »w_ -- i! -- .rf.i v,_ .. ...... !_·«. - - 1 " " and, depending on the section of the country, the specials include fillets, cUms, lobriers, halibul, oysters, crab, mullet, sea trout, whiting perch and.salmo^. The list of thrifty vegetables includes aitise, · broccoli, broccoli rabe, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, Chinese cabbage, mushrooms, Eastern onions and potatoes, radishes, spinach, yellow and winter type squash and sweet potaloes. j Good buys are artichokes, beans, beets, endive, cucumbers, eggplant, ions, lettuce, western Spanish on-l P«g« 18 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thura., NOT. 9, 1961 --,-- --, CSC ·»· · ClUD Itc IIS show Nov.. 1,4-16-17-W i'.the pool in-Cunter Hall. There will be i matinee for school children Nov. 14, and evening performances wil! be at 8 p:m. on Nov. 16-17-18. . Tickets ·mav be purchased outside Br.ii Inn at Ihe Sludcnl Union or at the door the night of performance. The show's theme will be "Won Jackie Emerson titled "Stardust." Other music for the show, ia- cluding "A kiss in the Dark" tnd "Tonight," will round out the performance. All numbers lor lh« show were written and dirtc'ed by members of the club. Ainn Baker, assistant professor ot physical education, is faculty sponsor. derland By Among IheluSE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS steaks, ground beet and veal culs.j'ons *nd russet potatoes, parsley, Bargain pork offerings includelpeppers, green Italian squash and| roasts, hams, chops and bacon, itomrtoes. their financial future won't continue so rUky. * * · Saving pennies to get ready for a blast at Thanksgiving ' time? Try figuring the cost per serving when you buy meats. (There arc many outstanding buys - now.) of three classes of meat cuts: lots of bone or fat, 1-2 servings per pound; moderate bone or tat, 2-3 servings per pound; no bone, lillle fat, 4 servings per pound. Good supplies of frozen vegetables make them seasonable choices for Thanksgiving dinner October cold storage holdings were a third larger than usual Especially plentiful arc: green beans, broccoli, Brussels sprouts. corn, cauliflower, mixed vcge the next, five-year, plan. Sticker Ad of November 1st .Was An Error. Only 1 Drawing Will B«'H«ld .ables, French fried potatoes and spinach. *. * · Several frozen fruits in supply; moderalely priced. More cherries, peaches, blueberries and blackberries are usual. Fewer strawberries, sales leader ot 'frozen fruits, are available. Smaller stocks of rasp berries arc in frozen storage loo. # · Frozen orange are slightly larger than average. With a good processing season expected in . Florida l|)is winter, food buyers can hope for and expect some attractive specials and gradual price declines in weeks. -NEW DteLHI-- India hopes to the country from $69 to $80 during CORRECTION DRAWING FOR Pioneer Stamps WISHING WELL WNTEST Be Held Nov. 25 TWO DAYS ONLY! - Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10 and 11 SHAVER HEADQUARTERS I MEN'S CREW SOX Remington I Six** 10 to 13 ROLLAMATICl 2 ^ * 1 Open Men. and Frl. TIM 8:30 Reg. 26.95 15.88 SHAGGY and BULKY SWEATER S 814-816 9th St. Nibbs Mor-VaTu Stampe 814 8ih SI; Op«n Friday Evenings ENTIRE STOCK CHILDREN'S SHOES 107o OFF! Values to 10.9* . . B EH R MAN'S Infante' Striped RECEIVING BLANKETS 3 , er 1.00 88c Kastinger SKI BOOTS Reg. 35.00 LAY AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS CHATTY KATHY DOLL $1188 CUDOLEE Ne ew-Born B«by DOLL . 5TM'!' PLUS 100 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS 1020 11th Street Pair 28" Infante' Fitted CRIB SHEETS 1015 8tt] Aye. Ph. EL 3-4567 Smoke Stands With Electric Lighters Reg. 19.95 . . . . . to 95 Greeley Furniture Co. 2600 Eighth Ave. Phone EL 2-5441 ZALE'S SPECIAL VALUE Friday and Saturday G.E. ALARM CLOCK $^99 ^B . Plus Tax 806 8th St., Greeley Open Friday Evening GROUP OFiitv GIRDLES and SLIPS 2 For The Price of 1 ' '- -·'· C/oggery Gladys Mathews--Jacquie Carlson 908 8th Avenue EL 2-0683 ANTI-FREEZE Allstate Multi-Season Permanent Anti-Freeze «42 9th Ave, LWI'5 In Slock 1.77 Your Levi't headquarters in Gree4ey Gal.--No Freight SHOP EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS! THREE PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Double Dresser, Chest ami , Bookcase Bed 9950 AMERICAN FURNITURE COMPANY 823 Eighth Street FREE! CARTER'S T-SHIRT Aluminum MEN--You get one T-Shirt as a Free Bonus with yoilr purchase of 4 T-Shirts by Carter's. OFFER GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OTIS BROS, Open Friday Evenings ICE CUBE TRAYS FOR YOUR PET IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK -Do Your Christmas Shoppinf Now! ELECTRIC COMPANY EL 2-1860 COAT* COLLARS H A R N E S S SWEATERS TOYS BIRD CAGE! STANDS AQUARIUMS PUMPS REFLECTORS HERDMAN 809 10th St. CAT COMFORT LITTER PANS CATNIP-TOYS ANDERSON SEED CO. 7)0 9th Avenue MEN'S DRESS SHOES OFF AMY PAIR IN OUR STOCK S I M K fth ·*, $-f | tlibbs Mor-Vilu Stamp* HOME REMODELING S A L E Nov. 6 thru Nov. 18 Wdi Gouty Lamber Co. L»S«U«,CoJo. Ph. 284-5515 USED THOMAS ORGAN J. S. CABLE PIANO CO. Horn* of laldwln PFanM arvef Organ* 714 91 h Sf.' EL 2-4536 GREGORY'S $32.95 Vested Corduroy SUITS SAJ99 Only H TiRRIFIC VALUE*

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