Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 28, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, June 28, 1963
Page 13
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SUMMER TIME SPECIALS BARCLAY 'S Bourbon 5th $ 2.99 CORBY 'S 5th $ 3.I9 While Horse Scotch 5th $ 4.98 EARLY TIMES...... 5th J 3.98 Floischmann's GIN. 5th $ 2.99 ZARNOFF VODKA 5th $ 2,69 # PABST BLUE ft ft,, 0 RIBBON, NRS. _. 00 # BLATZ 0ftd 0 NRS. QQ* It | A CANS PABST tmjq 1 L BLUE RIBBON * | / CANS MEISTERBRAU. 12 CANS GRAIN BELT. 89' $1 69 CANS HAMMS. *1 09 M CANS SCHLITZ. M CANS BUD.. $ 4 49 ^449 72 Ntfi g mi Meittcr] Brdtt Gal. BOTTLE BEER BLATZ $^19 BUSCH , ^ STAG BLUE RIBBON MEISTER BRAU FALSTAFF ^ ,NVI GRAIN BELT OLD MILWAUKEE BUSHNELI 620 W. Hurst Su, Buihnell. Fhoni Bushnel) 519 JMN. MMIM itniiMfi Humid Weather, Wheat Harvest Cut Hog Suppl ies BUSHNELL — In a market summary for the week, the Bushnell Stockyards farm service department, observed that present hog prices are the highest since last September. The wheat harvest got under way this week in many areas and the general hot BIC 10 LIQUOR STORE 10 WEST MAIN STREET PHONE Dl 2-2015 Read the Want Ads and humid weather continues. Hog receipts so far this week are the smallest in many months and are greatly under this period last year. Fresh pork advanced sharply this week, but prices are expected to level off as the hot weather continues and supplies increase. Cattle receipts have been moderate this week and some gains were made as demand improved. Feed Heavy Cattle However, there seems to be plentiful numbers of heavier weight cattle on feed and the demand for them hasn't improved too much. If the hot dry weather continues, one can expect to see larger numbers of cattle being shipped because of short supplies of water and the rising price of old corn, according to the Bushnell yards summary. Most pastures are suffering from lack of moisture and this is causing farmers to use additional feed. The numbers of packing sows in the hog receipts have been running above this time last year and this could be due to the continued hot weather and the raise in corn prices and short pastures. However, many hog raisers are cutting down their hog production because of the unfavorable prices previous to the present. If the hot dry weather continues much longer, one can expect to see larger numbers of hogs being shipped to the markets at lighter weights in order to reduce labor and feed costs. The death risk also is greater in feedlots where hogs are crowded and weights are mixed. The marketing could be upset later this year livestock shipments might be heavier before anticipated due to the extra feed being required because of the short pastures, the summary added. Churches Arrange Services Schedules Pastors of Bushnell churches have announced Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Methodist—Henry L. Cox, pastor. Sunday church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m., Leo Bartlett, guest speaker on "Prom Hearers to Doers." First Presbyteries - Ralph W. Adamson, minister. Sunday worship 0 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Session meets Monday at church. First Baptist —\Harry Litzenberg, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship service 10:45 a.m Rev. W. H. Young, guest speak er at this service and at 7:30 SPECIAL! up Menu Changes Daily Hav« a SCANDINAVIAN DINNED SCANDIA BAKERY ft LUNCH 121 E. Mala St. New Car New Truck Sale We Must 1963 New Cars and Trucks IN THE NEXT 10 DAYS • Good Trades • Good Finance WE NEED MORE USED CARS Ford Motor Co. Representative will be present every evening from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. during this sole. Ask Him About Ford's Million Dollar Ride WE MUST S1U 20 CARS McCreery Motor Sales Ktlleff 4V Tompkins 342*0177 Geltsburo,, Ml. p.m. service. Men's Brotherhood meets Monday 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Tuesday 6 a.m. at home of Dr. Henry Graber. (aofesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Friday, June 28, 1963 13, Meetings Posted The board of the B&PW Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of the president, Mrs. Alice Graber. A potluck will be held Monday for the first meeting of the year for the Gavel Club Past Matrons of Lucile Chapter of Eastern Star, at the home of Mrs. D. R. Daniels. Each member take table service. Play Duplicate Bridge Four tables of duplicate bridge were at play Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Murphy. Winners were first, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kerska; second. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Murphy, and third, Esther Ogle and Cecile Adams. The next meeting will be July 3. Ever make up a package of lemon-flavored gelatin with a cup of ginger ale and a cup of water? Delicious background for fruits that are to be folded into the slightly thickened gelatin. Yates City News Briefs YATES CITY — The afternoon circle of the United Presbyterian Church was told at its meeting June 19 that the Presbyterian Retreat will be held July 22 at Jubilee State Park, beginning at 10 a.m. At the June meeting, the following "key women" were named: Mrs. Earl Royers, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Owen Jones, program; Mrs. Harley Fuller, fellowship; Mrs. Herman Payton, world service, and Mrs. Jones, librarian for the reading list. Kevin Grover of Cclina, Ohio, is spending a month with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector, Dinner guests at the Elywin Turl home in Elmwood Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turl and family of Garden Grove, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Elliott.: They had dinner with the Edwin Elliotts Monday. Mrs. Fred Metzger, R.N., left for home in Mission, Kan., Friday after staying with Mr, and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins. Mrs. Metzger attended the 25th anniversary of her nursing graduating class in Peofia Wednesday. Mrs, Nina Elliott and her granddaughter, Cheryl Windish, left Wednesday for Washington to visit Rev. and Mrs. Robert Ward. Rev. Ward is a former pastor of the local Methodist Church. The Ralph Duleys left Saturday for a vacation in Cedargrove, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Blusl and family of Brighton, Colo., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blust. Leonard Ramp, George Durdle, Ed Cox and Robert McKeighan returned Sunday after spending a week fishing at Sioux Lookout, Canada. A fish fry for the families was held Sunday evening. So highly prized were metal cooking utensils in ancient Greece that prizes at the Olympic Games often were copper pots. DO FALSE TEETH Reek, Slide er Slip? FASTKETH, an improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower platee, nolds false teeth more flrmlr in place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, peaty taste or feeling.FABTEETH la alkaline (nonacid) . Does not sour. Checks ^plate odor breath". Get FASTEETK at drug counters everywhere. Ottciflans Set Pictiic ONEIDA — The American Le< gion and Auxiliary family picnic will be held at the Bud Behririger home Sunday beginning at 5:30 p.m. Members should bring their own food, but dessert and drink will be furnished. The picnic will be held at the Legion Hall in case of rain. READ THE WANT ADS! Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN OALIJSUW NOW IN GALESBURG AGATES FACT ° RY TOWN. GATES RUBBER COMPANY HAS AUTHORIZED A SPECIAL FACTORY DEMONSTRATOR Special"Get-Acquainted" Offer on the Low Profile Hylon Tire That Gives 5,000 to 8,000 Bonus Miles! Sfnt (or compacts, ttin* dardi, luxury can! All at substantial savings! To introduce the Gates Air-Float Deluxe to more motorists, the factory has authorized us to offer it at a special demonstrator price. This offer is good for a limited time on the purchase of pairs and seta only. It brings you, for less than the price of rayon tires that come on new cars, this bonus-mileage tire that gives 5,000 to 8,000 extra miles under average driving conditions. In return for our special demonstrator offer, we simply ask you to mention-these advanced design tires to a few of your friends after you've experienced their superior all-around performance on your'own car. Save $4 to $8 a pair, up to $20 a set! 7 Reasons Why This Low ProfilsTIre gives more miles per dollar 1. Advanced low profile design reduces "scuffing." 2. More rubber on the road lengthens life. 3. PBR tread rubber—costly polybutadiene additive maies tougher tread. 4. Double-tempered nylon cord adds extra strength. 5, Hot pre-stretching makes strong, road-ready carcass good for multiple retreads. 6. Guarantee protects your investment (see below). 7. Low initial cost. what users say: "18,000 miles on pavement and gravel, and I can't see one sign of wear." Steve I. Shirley, Ft. Collins, Colorado "43,903 miles and f the casings aie still » recappable compared with 25,000 miles on other tires." A. V, Johnson, ] "My Gates tlrei have run over 12,000 miles, and they still don't show any wear." William A Winters, Clearfield, Pennsylvania "22,000 troube- free miles-one-half the original tread remained when I sold the ear.-James S. Brown, Norman, Oklahoma GUARANTEED Against ANY FAILURE Should this tire fail for ANY reason-including BLOWOUTS, BRUISES, RIM-CUTS, etc.-we will replace it with a new tire. You pay only for the mileage used according to Gates standard adjustment price schedule. NO TIME or MILEAGE LIMIT. NO MONEY DOWN-INSTANT CREDIT DURING THIS SALE DON'T BUY ANY TIRE UNTIL YOU GET OUR "DEMONSTRATOR PRICE" OHNSON TIRE t BATTER WIST MAIN AT SANTA Pi TRACKS PHONE 343-8787

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