Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 16, 1966 · Page 19
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 19

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 16, 1966
Page 19
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WIpNKDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH THIS COUPON - l6 .i6 lb. T i7.h lb. pyg. Honiy Suckit White Turkey .49. Hen«y Suck!* Turkey Roast U.S. Choict T«nd«rdy Brand Ctntor Cut ChuclLSttak ic Ik ICR Steal 4^ StrnnpB With this coupon and purchaio of $7 JO or mora, oxcludlng Htmt prohlbHod by law. Coupon oxpirat Saturday night, Nov. 19, 1966. Uroqer BONUS TOP VALUE OTAMPS, 1-lb. 6^. Armour WAIfe Meof Turkty Rolls $399 Roasting Chlckoi ».«.ArmaHr While 4 Dark *• ^Ofi Turkoy Rolls Wlshbono Ducks ib ,4y Hunfr, 6*f lb. ovf. Smoked Picnic UK SIlMd lb. 5U Kwltk Kriip rhlck or Thfii Sllcod Bacon 2^. Huntor Sliced lacon lb. 691 49« $]^35 4-8 ib. av«. Geese... 4-6 Lb. avg. Ciy-O-Vac Fowl lb.' 6-8 lb. avg. Capons ., Hmwjf SwcMe Sliced Turkoy ffunfor Sliced Bologna 2 lb. pkf. Ib. $189 59« 10-13 lb. Avarmgm Stuffed Turkoy V. S. Choree UnUmf Umd M Mbs Standing Rib Roost... ib .09^ Hunter, Krey w Mayroie Whole Boneless Ham Half Ib. 9Sc Sliced lb. 99c Hunter, Krey er Mayreee 16-18 Ib. avg. Shank Half < Butt Portion Ham Shank Portion Ib. 43c Whole Ham Ib. 59c Contor Prying Slices lb. 99c Wafor Sliced Ham Ib. $1.39 Kroger Jelly 5 'IS $1 00 Crab AMI*. Mint. AMrt*, am. Aw**. OMH Kreger Vac Poc Kroger Jelly....4'ir*l" ChtiTyr BlacUienyt Rei Owfooli IMi4NVlV !t StrawbMTy owl MMh Mtpbtwy W« Ruerva the KgM To Ifmit Quantities Kroger Freestone Coffee Kroger Whipping Cream .. Kroger Stuffing Bread... Peaches 1-lb. CM t-lb. con $1.2* t-lb. can $1.19 Kreger Cottage Cheese 2-51 Price* Good Through Safurdoy Night, Novembtr 19,1966 Kreger White Bread Vegetables... 6 ',:U ::*1 Bush Whole Yams. 2'.."39c Two No. 8 cans 49c Kroger Variety • 10 Varieties Bread 4ioav ..M'** Kroger Brown & Serve Buttermilk er Twin Rolls . 3 p'^* 79c Kroger ^ Mayonnaise . IH; 69c i Kroger Evaporated Milk "''^ WMi thto ,MPM .nrf »»w «»"»••».•"• lor noon night, Nov. If, IM4. .TWVMLWSTAMM VALUAI Kroger Cream Cheese 2 p';;^ 25c • • » Swiss Miss Frozen can 10c Fruit Pies.. 4 "^.S*! Berdo Pitted Dates .. ';;^.29c 16-oz. 49e 2 -lb. 89e Kroger Vanilla Wafers "C29c Kreger Salad Dressing Nil eoe OOc HwM JoMlnsni Waib CiMh wMi Iha pw^ fi3rc5H'«'»s ..w mt NavMnktr 14 Ihraufh Oaniahw ai, IN* yew Friwrfly Kraoef i SCORING A 8TRIKK egeinst heeri disease Is Marie Mashro, of Sieax City, Iowa, whose life was saved by opes beait wax* S iry seven years ago. Msa Qshro, a University of South Dakota coed, «re> Bares to roU the first baa bTNattonal Heart Bowlteg week Nov. 14-20. The nationwide benefit b aimed at participation by 10 mil* Ifon league bowlers and 30 million other bowlera. WALTONVILLE Mrs. Georgia Shturiz was pl9ae< antly surprised last Satmrdsy evening wlien lier relatives met at Two Tony's In West Franl^ fort in honor of her birthday. Those attendhig were Lt. Commander Roger Shwrl? and lifisa Barbara who escorted th^ mother to the suifdse. Ck ^e Nicoblessl, Mr. and BIrs. MU Shurtz, Jinunie and Jqdy. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Shurtx end ixiys, Mr. and Mrs. And IQzone Jr., Dale, Chas., and Charlotte, Jim Snodgrass, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Fahrdiild, Eileen Lanr* Mr. and Mrs. Artlnr Mened, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Nldcelaon and bMl* dren, and Mr. and Mrs. tyna iBmmons and children eC St Loids, Mo. rihose from here who ettendid the Rebekah district assodatiane No. 30 in Marion last Friday evenfaig were: Mrs. Inez Gilbert Anita HolloWay, Estelle Hcdfo' way, Gertrude Hirona, and Hettie FalrchOd. Mrs. Pell Nowland was in MC Vernon en business Monday. Mrs. Mln^ Martin visited hare Tuesday afternoon, Mr. end Mrs. Joe Fahrddld have returned to Indio, Gslit. with their daui^ter, Mrs. Gene Davldians, who came here for ttie funeral of her unde^ Geecle lUrchild. The Unitarian thiiversalisi Woman's Association met at the home of Mrs, Haiel MCCawin last Toesday afternoon with IB m «B> ben and five vlsiton present After the faiisineu ineetint a book review was ghren on the life of John Murray \ff Vtn. Wilma Marley. Games ware played and prizes given. Pdidaas refreshments were served by tte hostess assisted by her daugh* ters and daughter-in-law, Mie. Orla Lonmons, Mrs. Gene Philipd and Mrs. Donald McCOwen. A dinner was enjoyed at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Iiflp> vin Martin Sunday in honer el Mrs. Martin's birthday. Theiee present were: Mr. and Mrs. WO- iard rahr<*Ud. Mrs. DeU Now. iajid, Mrs, Annie Fred, Mrv. Eileen lAur, Jo Ann, David and Dale. Mrs. Dorothy Laoey. Jemd^ fer and Rldcey, Mr. and M^. John Bauman and Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bauman and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Ermi Martin, Teiii and Todd. Those having dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwaln Dees. Gary and Jeff were Rev. and Mrs. Tracy Dees. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and Britt, Mr, and Mrs. Monty Montgomery and Alan Dean and Kristi Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and Britt visited Sunday aftempoa with his brother, Rev. and Mrs. Dale Brown and childroi of Mt Vernon, also present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown. . . . Mrs. Delores Brown, Oaf. LAS VEGAS, Nev.—Ferd Itev nandez, 163, Laa Vegas, out­ pointed Ke White, IfiO, Philadelphia, 10. AiffiON, Ohto — Doyle Ban!, 158y3, Alown, outpointed Caii Jordan, 156, Pittslwrgh, 6. VMo ii' If mil Fwni

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