Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 18, 1973 · Page 22
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 22

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 18, 1973
Page 22
Start Free Trial

Page 22 article text (OCR)

22 QqlesburQ ReQistef*MQil, Golisbuffl, ill. WednetdQy. April 18, 1973 •-, li' • • r * s IS By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. FOR THURSDAY, APRIL If, 1173 March 21 to April M (Aries) " Be careful in handling finances. Try not to conunit yourself to future {wyments when there is no certainty that you will have the money at the time. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) — The realism you show in issues before you, and prompt attention to important matters will bring satisfying — even some unexpected — returns. Stress your innate good judg' ment. May U to June 21 (Gemini) — C^nents of your policies may have a point or two. Try for clarification. Some differences can be avoided, others ironed out. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) — This is a day when to look before you leap. Before acting, carefully investigate estimates, investments, new ventures generally. Keep firm cont^o^ over emotions. . July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) Authorities or associates may not back your wishes. But following a policy which is in the interest of all will have favorable results in the long run. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) The importance you attach to some things may have to be shifted to more pertinent matters, but don't l(et fear of change or plain stubbornness hamper your efforts. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) Here is a time for reevaluating, "pulling over to the side" to determine if you can improve your situation through new ideas or methods. Be eager to meet new challenges. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) — Sturdy effort will do the trick on this on-and-off day. Planetary influences variable; some hours may be really tricky. AU situations should prove interesting, however. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius) — Much of this day's success will depend upon your disposition, approach and participation in going endeavors. Listen to both sides of a debate and note all factors. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) — Steady, consistent continuance of any worthwhile endeavor will soon bring rewards. Not an unusual day in any respect, but much can be accomplished. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) — This day needs enthusiasm — backed up with thorough knowledge of what yoii're about. Reckon with others' skills, experience. Competition may be strong. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) — Don't make snap decisions and don't expect the "worst," a tendency now. No matter how difficult your assignments, you can do a better job than you may think. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed with great versatility and the verve to lead a full, interesting, action-filled life. You are suited to either the business world or the arts, depending upon your inclinations. No matter what you undertake, however, you are highly original in your methods and sometimes confound others with your unpredictability. Curb tendencies toward impulsiveness, temper tantrums and lack of balance through overemotionaUsm. Try to cultivate poise and more tolerance for your fellowmen. Many renowned writers, artists, business leaders, lawyers, statesmen, scientists and entertainers have been Aries-born. Service Planned For Joy Church On Good Fridny JOY — A union Good Friday service will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Joy United Methodist Church. Co-sponsors with the Joy church are the New Boston Baptist Mission, Joy Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the churches of tiie Joy, Eliza and New Boston Larger Parish. "The Representatives," a vocal group directed by John Beckman, Westmer school vocal music instructor, will be featured. Ccmmunion will be held at the Joy United Methodist Church Thursday at 7:30 p.m. An Easter sunrise service is scheduled Sunday at 6:30 a.m. at New Boston United Methodist Church. A light breakfast will follow. Low Dlseotuit Prices Gather a shopping basketful of savings at Eagle, thanks to our Everyday Low Discount Prices. Your Eagle store is well stocked with all the Items you want for tt)e holiday weekend ahdad. Select a succulent ham, plump turkey or other family favorites from Eagle's wide selection of fine meats. You'll also find delicious fruits and vegetables, oven fresh breads and rolls, and a great assortment of Easter treats. Best of all, your pre-Easter shopping won't have to be an egghunt for values. At Eagle, you'll find Everyday Low Discount Prices everywhere you look. For Easter and every day, why not save with Eagle Discount Prices. The Eagle^^-Leads The W WVij Van f^"^'' LADY LEE ApplMauc* DEL MONTE Fruits For Salad THANK YOU - REO Appla Rings J OEL MONTE - SWEET Piclcle Nubbins SO-U-CIOUS - QUEEN Stuffed Olivss SO-U-CIOUS - QUEEN Plain Olivas LADYLEE-HABVARDOR S9oi, 77* 39< 49* c Jir 22 -ez. 14 -or. Sliced Pickad Baatsv 30« p. 40. HARVEST DAY • Salad Dressing J OEL MONTE - KOSHER STYLE - FRESH FACk Tiny Dills ' SHADY LANE - RED Maracliino Cherries J32«')." OBERTI - JUMIO Ripe Olives 140 C 7H-0Z. cin AZAR Pecan Halves 0 BAKER SANQEL FLAKE 4 Coconut ALL PURPOSE Robin Hood Flour »>9 C«H OK. BROWN - LT. BROWN - OR , ^l- Powdered Sugar ^' ^ •« PILLSBURY WHITE CAKE MIK 1 Angel Food P 49*> HETTY CROCKER FUDGE f ffwnlf „..ACH S Jelly ^Bird Eggs ^BRACHS-TINY Jelly JBird Eggs Mr. Salty Pretiels P «• 43« SUNSHINE ,S _ _ Hi-Ho Crackers V" 43* 9 FLAVOR-KIST Mb. J S^^tines 37 RICHELIEU Western Dr«gsing 921r NOW ON SALE - ^ MAY ISSUE Woman's Day 23* . Kay Buy j TIDBIT - CHUNK OR CRUSHED - IN SYRUP Dol« Pin«appl« 24^ 3 '/4 -oz. can HEINZ - SWEET Cucumber Slices 33' I 16-oi. bil. FLAV-R.PAC-HALVES Strawberries J PRESTO Real Whip ©FLAV-R-PAC-.SPEARS J Asparagus ^BIRDSEYE - SPEARS J Broccoli J BIRDSEYE Cauliflower WEST PAC - FLORETS Cauliflower ©SARA LEE - PECAN ICoffeeCake FLAV-B-PAC IMelon Bails FLAV-RPAC Mixed Fruit lit 53« 10Vi-oJ. pkg. 37« "p .t 64« V^' 29« 10 -o«. pkj. -V 86c 32< pkg. 3S< 'pV.f 4«« can 39« so* VEGETABLE JUK:£ V-8 Cocktail LIBBY S Tomato Juice LADY LEE Apricot Hectar REGULAR OR ELECTRIC PERK _ Butternut Coffee cin •a** REGULAR OR ELECTRA PERK - COf f EE Maxwell House V.^- M " INSTANT Maxwell House jar I Easter Lillies , Available For r\Your Easter Sunday Festivities. FRESH SELECTED QUAUTY Golden Bananas 12' ^KRAFT - PHILADELPHIA 4 Cream Cheese LADY LEE - SOFT -IN TUBS Margarine HARVEST DAY - BUTTERMILK OR HOMESTYLE Biscuits RICH S - AE8QS0L (02. 31« 8* © LADY LEE I Pineapple Juice '?.°n '32« " Pricti Alt PiKounli4 Ei««pl On Ftir-Tr»dt<l And Govtrnmcnl Contrgiltd lltmi STORE Alberto VO-5 Hair Spray »1 18 9U. can ' JOHNSON i JOHNSON ^ Cotton Balls box M 16c OFF Scope mouthwash '^J'- 73' I 'OI. 28< can Whipped Topping °.°42< PILLSBURY Donut Puffs STELLA - SHREDDED - CHEDDAR OR . Moczarella Cheese P "<> 39* LADY LEE - SLICED - CHEESE ,p ^ Colby Longhorn P^Q 68* NEWLYW6D , . _ English Muffins t g. 30< BLUE BONNET - REGULAR STICK Margarine - £ HOURS: Mon.- Fri. 9A.M.-9P.M./ Sal. • A.M. _ O DM Sun.1Q A.M.-S P.M. wa Oiicouni iviri/thino sjm^ Quaiiiif.courteiif.ind servicai ^K '^ 29< DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS (i Ciairol so. Herbal Shampoo' *1>' Ciairol Condition 2oz. 19 35c OFF Secret Anti-Perspirant 'an' 831 Ammens Medicaited Powder 84 I J5 OJ. Dll. COPYRIGHT*-1973 By E «9l« SlOfM- All Right* Reservtd. Henderson & Fremont "Our Pric» Protection Policy quarantees these prices to be (tfectiv* from Wecin«scl*y. April 18, 1973, through Tuesday. April 24. W3, f <8«rdi«i» oi CQSt incrustt."

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page