Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 20
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
Page 20
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SHOTTS Food Mart KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 FOR BAR-B-QUE Chuck Steak c lb Chuck Roast c lb ROUND BONE SWISS lb 53c RIB STEAK C lb FRESH Chicken Parts Drumsticks 49c Breast 55c lb. lb. CUT-UP FRYERS Avg. ,b 'lb. GEORGIA FRESH PEACHES 2 ^ 25£ WHITE POTATOES 10 1*. 49e Iowa Bride h Honored At Keithsburg KEITHSBURG—Mrs. Lair Hutt entertained at her home June 21 at a miscellaneous shower honoring her niece. Mrs. Ray Pullcn Jr., a recent bride of Tipton, Iowa. She was assisted by Mrs. LaVern Truman, Mrs. Darvin Truman and Mrs. John Callahan, also aunts of the bride. Twenty- five guests were present and Mrs. Pullen, the former Karen Callahan, received a number of gifts. Keithsburg Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Pat Flynn and family of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mi's. Arthur O'Malley and family of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Gertrude O'Malley of Rock Island called on Mrs. Tom O'Malley and the O'Malley brothers Friday. .-20 _ Gglesburg Register-Mqij, Golesburg, III. Thursdoy, June 27,J963 Wide Variety On Shelves Of Groceries By The Associated Press Packing a picnic basket for the Fourth of July will be simple with thfc wide variety of economy eating candidates being featured at supermarkets this weekend. For sandwiches, there are smokes hams, pork butts, cold turkey and roast beef. An inviting take-along dish currently being featured is fried chicken. For cooking at the scene, there are specials on a wide range of steaks, ground beef, spare ribs and frankfurters. Turkeys are selling for about 3fl cents a pound in many shops as dealers seek to clear out frozen stocks to make way for fall arrivals. Beef prices have shown little sign of breaking out of the low pattern of recent weeks. Best buys are in round, chuck and rib roasts. One national chain offers bottom round at 69 cents a pound and top round at 75 in the New York area. Broiler-fryer prices run about 39 cents a pound but are featured at lower levels many places. Some Southwestern shops are tagging them as low as 25 cents a pound this weekend. Picnic vegetable offerings include low priced cabbage for cole slaw, fresh tomatoes, a variety of salad green, carrots, green onions and radishes. A star fruit attraction is the peach, budget priced now thanks to a crop that's almost one-fifth larger thau last year's. Also economical are watermelons, cantaloupes, honeydews and bananas. Sweet cherries are in short supply this season and prices show it. Miss Elizabeth Gilrain of Pa< cific Palisades, Calif., and Mrs. Margaret Gilrain Cummins of Wisconsin called on friends here Saturday. They arc both for* mer residents of Keithsburg and this is Mrs. Cummins' first visit back here in 35 years. Mr. and Mrs. Robert king and family of Redwood, Calif., are visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. King. King was transferred to New York City by the Bell Telephone Co., where he is em* ployed. They will leave Sunday and they will make their home in Summit, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Whitehall returned home Monday from Los Angeles, Calif., where they visited her brother Jack and sister and Miss Ida Fauble. En route home, they stopped at Tulsa, Okla., where they visited her brother and family, Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Fauble. Those attending the Anderson* tves reception Sunday evening from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Smith of Little York; Mrs. Anna Mewes of Muscatine, Mrs. Emory Delhi of Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. Don Brooking of Rock Island and Miss Peggy Olson of Seaton. Ambergris is obtained from the sperm whale. Maquon Girl Takm Part In Program MAQUON - Patty Mitchell took part in the talent program at the Moose Mall in Galesburg Saturday evening. Carlene Steck was her accompanist. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Owen took their son Don, Mike Mitchell and Craig Sanford to Springfield Sunday for Boys State. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark and children attended the Soil Conservation Council's picnic Sunday at Youngs Lake near Kirkwood. Mrs. Edith Roabaek of Indianapolis, Ind., was a dinner guest Monday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Loren Rambo. Hawaii has 114.8 males to each 100 females. WHOLE Morrell's Conned PICNICS Wilson's Certified All Meat LARGE BOLOGNA CLIFFCHAR CHARCOAL BRIQUETS 10 -49 STOKELY'S SAV-O-RAMA With Gulf Charcoal Liqhter * c. n 29c With Coupon Hokum Stuffed Olives 7-oz. Jor 39c tollman's Mayonnaise *69c Aluminum Foil «K 59c Accent Brings Out the Natural Flavor of Foods 1^8-oz. Size 39c Stokely's TOMATO JUICE *~ Stokely's Cream Style or Whole Kernel Golden CORN <*» «-»Stokely's PEAS Stokely's SHELLIE BEANS B- Stokely's Fordhook LIMA BEANS w«,^ Stokely's Dark Red KIDNEY BEANS 5- Stokley's CATSUP w,th c ° upon 2^ 3k 2 2 17-oz. Cans 17-oz. Cans 25c 29c GERBER'S Strained BABY FOOD 3 " n 29c Starkist Green Label Chunk Tuna 33c 6'i-oz. Can 2co« 35c 2-39c 2 15c 2 % 23c LIPTON'S Onnge Pekoe TEA BAGS 59c Box of 48 Nabisco Veri-Thin PRETZELS 8 Box 29* Flavorkiat Iced Nut & Fruit COOKIES "eC 49* CHARMING Hunt's Solid Pack Whole TOMATOES Rolls RED& WHITE FOOD STORES Banquet Frozen Chicken Turkey or Beef Pies NEW RED POTATOES 10 * 49 DOG FOOD 2.«:; 69 c 269< VETS GULF HOUSE AND GARDEN Insect Killer Ivory Flakes Ivory Snow Premium Duz Rinso Blue <£ Little Bo Peep Ammonia £ 19' Liquid Swan %r 65' IN LONDON MILLS IN ONEIDA IN WATAGA MARKET H& J GROCERY ^jdeW, Giant Size Reg. Boxes IN KNOXVILLE MEL SAYRS' SUPER MKT. IN ABINGDON KRONSTED'S MARKET IN GAIESBURG JERRY'S PETE'S EVANS SUPERETTE MARKET GROCERY Seedless Lemons »« 49c Ytllew Onions 3'»29c FANCY GOLDEN BANANAS 497 East Berriep 788 Nor* Seminary St, S3» South West S|. LB

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