yipNOAV/NOVEMBER 21, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS i •••• I: I: LFRIENDLY> FOLKS I Copyright 1964 W ^IF^ The Kragw Co. W OPEN TIL 9 P.M. EACH NIGHT CLOSED THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAY Hunttr, Kray or MnyroM Whole Benataw Fully Cooked Ham tc 16.11 lb. ovg. Munlar, Ki*y or MeyraM Shank Half or aiiitPacflan fully Cooked Ham ... ib. Shank roiHon lb. 43e Whole Ham lb. 8V« Center frylno SlUn lb. 97k Wafer Sliced Ham lb. $1.39 55 lt'< eoty . . . I«'« fun. 0anM phm ovelloble el end* ef tbwMone^ etaw courtesy counleri or by willlnt i* Qulk-Coih, 161 S Walnut SI., rWI*> delphia, Po. Game limiltd te arialta. No purchate nae««»ery to vorticl ^eM. Rule number 7 at pvbllihed bi ear previous ed<, NOT In elfed. •//(Kit Iterr,'. Sc'd As Aclv,- •-; Henty Suckle Slicwl By the Piece • Kny BraumdHMlgir «t Hunter Half lb. 9Se Sliced lb. 99c YnwtrmV **tmt9 Hunter Turkey .... ^ I Bologna ... n.. 49c , Honey Suckle I TfrkwiMll Silver Platter Fraih Picnic Slyla I * Pork Roast. lb. 39c J K^rfdcKrlspThidtorThln S,,,^ 45e Any Size Honey SucM* White Turkey! 49' lb. Sliced Bacon A .69c 2 -lb. pkg. $1.35 U. S. Choice Tendsroy Brand Center Cut O. S. Choice Tenderoy Brand Rib Steak ..lb 99c Fre;h Shore Breaded Chuck Roast ib 45c Shrimp ... 'SiZSt^ U. S. Choice Tenderoy Brand 1-5 lilbt Mayrose A/C Roll Rib Roast.. ib. 79c Sausage ... n,. 49c Ktogar SaniThBreadSVi^SSc Kroger Brown & Serve . Plain or Poppyseed • Dinner Rolls. Variety Bread 4ioave,^1 WiiHe Bread 4 1 Kroger Brown & Serve Whifa Bread, Hotel or Country Rolls. 3^'^-1 - ••ou»y uujy «iuminum rori Salad Dressing49c Homo Pride.. ^49c •^•^S" . _ standard Mayonnaise ...69c Reynolds Wrap r 29c - _ - Heavy Duty *9c Reynolds Wrap "J 59« Staffing Breed r 33c pJiSdwiT—. AlSL'l Sunrtio Froth U.' S. Fancy Florida Sweet Corn . . SunilM Fresh U.S. No. 1 iMrfttoie Sweet Potatoes«•. Sunrise Fresh Sunrise Fresh Sofacfc iMake a Festive Meof—Amerfeo'e Favorite Touedl Qrmmn Salad —- Start wHh leabarg Lettuce and make your amietliem from Kroger's Conn- pfete Sofad Bar, Sunrise Fresh Sunrise Fresh U. S. No, 1 Hot House leof U. S. No. I Ariwno Butter leHuce ib. 49c lettuce . 2 39c sunrise Fresh Bibb ^^.^ ^^^^ 5^ , ^.^^^ Acorn Squash <>> 10c A Thanksgiving Favorite Fresh Fruit Safotf >- Select front fCroger's ossorfmenf of Fancy fnii Sunrise Fresh Extra Fancy Washington Red Delicious Apples 2»- 39c UHoce.... ^ 59c KS;^!:: j IIT mc Sunrise Fresh California Red Emperor. Sunrise Fresh „ IWinilllW A beede W7» AM HA C 9, L AQf S. No. 1 Hammock Brand ii c M V* • - j, OrapeS ....Z (b..4yC T--,-^U- C ». "S-No -'AnMnoCndrveor Marinef«l H«in, Tangeios 5 Us/9c Iscarolo .. be.d 25c irtlchokei •r39c ^nrisa Fresh Royal How^oifan Fresh Sunrise Fresh JiriiWIIFWW • !»• Wnoepple . ... 39c iJ^-rS. „ S -r »..„.5. BATTLE OF HASTINGS ln> spired this headgeir by London milliner Slmone Mirman. Golden mesh no*' derlines a cap of cobi sequins to shape tbe igri> metlike hat. OPDYKE M]'. and Mrs. V. C. Adams re* turned home Wednesday after visiting their son, Mr. and. A&s. Don Adams in Denver, Colo. They also visited Mr. and Mf«. Cerard Delano who have returned to their home in QiD «ev for the winter. Callers in the Earl GoWier home last week were, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shock of DeKalb, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vance of Rockford, Delbcrt Sinks of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and- Mrs. James Kern, Mrs. Myrtle Maulding, Evan Crawford of Belle Rive, Mrs. Alene Theburg, Mrs. David Hutchens aiid daughter, Miss Georgia Wilbern all of Fairfield. Mrs. Teresa Brookman and son, Philip Schuster, Effie Holland, Kent. Jones, Darrel Lockeby and-Joy Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelly of Chicago visited with her-par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pace last week. Mr. and Mrs. Burel Garriioii and daughter, Helen visited daughter Mr. and Mrs. M« Schloemer and daughter last weekend and in Kankakee, ID. Mrs. Beulah Campbell' has returned home after a visit with her son and wife, Mr. an* Mrs. Carl Campbell of Sikeston, Mo. Mrs. Beulah Breditefeld ' ot Sikeston, Mo., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Harvey enroute to her daughtets. Mr. and Mrs. John Scrivner of Salem, lU. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ramsajr had birthday dinner With their . uncle, Ivan Puckett In Mt. Veiv non Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Reed and children of Carmi visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert HarbeJle Jast weekend. Bill Petersen has returned after a visit with his uncle, Bfll Boyer of Mattoon. Mr. and Mrs. PhU Grand Bodt Liberty ville, HI., spent the weekend visiting the latter** sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Catr'oB and son of Jackson, Miss., Mr. and'Mrs. Dale Catron of JDen- ver were visitors for the wettk- end with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clemens. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stinaoit. and daughters and Mr. and. Mrs. W. H. Hottensen were visitors in Addle vUle last Wednesday night. . . .Mrs. W. H. HbttCMsn, Cor. Due to the death of Hie Me Vernon Perry. OahlKren, Rt 1, we will sell st public aaetioai I mile west and 1 mile south o< Dahlgren. Friday, Nov. 25, 1964 Beginning: at 10:00 O'cloek FURNITCRE FARM MACHINIST REAI. BSTATT. Desk; 1 31" RCA tV: Dar- inette; Coffee Table; Stoker- matic Coal Heater; lao4M« G.E. Range; Dinette Set; Tngh daire Refrigerator; Chhia Cabinet; Bedroom Solte; CI O U MI Closet; Oak Dresser; Iran Bed; II Ft. Frigidarie Deep Freeie; Radio; Wofihing Machine wHll Tubs; 1955, 40 John Deere ti «e> tor; John Deere Disc Plow; Jbfea Deere 7 Ft. Mower; ft. Bush Hog: 7 Ft. John Deera Disl; John Deere 6 Ft Blades SPoint Hitch Lift Pole; Siei ml John Deere cultivators; S Wheel Trailer; Grain Drill; Harrow; 2 Wheel Cart; New U In. Big Horn Saddle: WeaMna Saddle: Set Harness; Gardeet Tractor, Fully Equipped; M" Craftsman Riding Mower; La* Shop Tools; Table Vise; TaM* Grinder; 60 Creosote Posta, e *i^ Ft.; 60 Bales Hay and Stn »w; Many other items too numcraos to mention. All equipment is in good eoe- ditlon and has been well tallMi care of. Real estate to be aold auction — 1 six room hoeae aed 20 acres with double Kance> barn and out buUdlngs. Faim Is located on good road with m route and school bus aervtosk Terms—Cash or cheek Auctioneers: Bill Damcron • Eddie Cockril Owner Mri. Amy Pnrf- And Hairs Bt 1. Dahlgren.
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