Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 17
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Poultry and Fresh Fruit In Abundance Gofesbura Register-Moil, Golesbufg, II!:. Thajadqy, July 11,, If 63,., .It. WASHINGTON llrt»I) - A good variety of fresh fruit and a good supply of br&ller-fryers and turkeys take the summertime shop* ping spotlight this Weekertdi Best buys in fruit include bana- tils, grapes; peaches, strawberries,: birtg cherries, and watermelons. Outdoor and irtdoor eaters, too, will find good buys in broiler- fryers and turkeys as well as beef steaks and roasts and hams. Good*! vegetable choices will In* elude cabbage, carrots, corn, lettuce, onions, potatoes, and squash, Pish shoppers will find good buys in canned tuna, scallops, fish sticks and fish portions. Dairy products and egg remain good buys. Mere Is a look at food counters in Illinois: Reports indicate that shoppers can look forward to loads of fresh vegetables and fruits at reason* Public Sq, Peerless Mkt. 6169 ON THE SQUARE FOLGERS COFFEE 2 £ '1.19 VAN CAMP aUICK MEAL PORK & BEANS 4 ». 49* HUNT'S FANCY PEACHES or M Lge. $4 A A APRICOTS *| Tins | .UU FRESH NEW HOME GROWN CABBAGE 6* HOMEMADE POTATO MACARONI, KIDNEY BEAN SALAD, QQl BAKED BEANS Lb l |J| V HOME GROWN TOMATOES, SWEET CORN, GREEN BEANS CREAMY MILD LONGHORN CHEESE ^ 49' LARGE YELLOW BANANAS b 10' BONELESS TENDER DAINTY HAMS 2 ' 1 »59* LARGE PORK CHOPS, BABY BEEF LIVER, PORK SAUSAGE u 39 c FRESH LEAN CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS b 69< CHOICE TENDER SIRLOIN STEAK * 79' SALT FREE BREAD, BAGELS, JEWISH RYE, EGG TWIST BREAD HAMBURGER 3l ~flF CHOICE FORE QUARTERS of BEEF CUT and WRAPPED Q7tf AVG, 100 LBS. Lb. Of FRESH CATFISH, FRYERS, BAKERS, STEWERS, RABBITS, COLD CANTALOUPE and WATERMELONS FREE DELIVERY - 10:30 - 2:30 able prices but will find most meat prices somewhat higher. Now that the "big fourth" is over, beef prices are beginning to creep up again. However, careful shopping may uncover bargains in chuck roasts and steaks, rib steaks, rump roasts, and ground beef... Although most pork is higher priced, chops may prove good values. Some areas report lamb, particularly leg roasts and shoulder chops,, will be featured for the first time in weeks. Increasing supplies of turkeys are headed for market, and promise to be the best buy in poultry in some locations. Broiler- fryers still are attractively priced, although at higher levels. Eggs are up slightly. Fresh vegetables, many from local farms, continue in abundance. Squash is a recommended buy, followed closely by cabbage, carrots, radishes, cucumbers, potatoes, green beans, and green and yellow onions. Corn is a bit higher, but still reasonably priced. Other vegetable values include: Greens, beets, green peppers, leaf lettuce, and in some areas, eggplant. A good selection of fruits will fill produce bins, with .limes, grapes, peaches, and watermelons seen as particularly good choices. Bananas are expected to be fea tured in some locations. Shoppers also will find bargains in canta loups, plums, strawberries, and bing cherries. Clams, halibut, yellow perch, lobsters, and fillets top the fish list. Alexis Class Of '43 Meets In Reunion ALEXIS-Class of 1943 of the former Alexis Community High School and families of its members held the first reunion Sunday since'graduating. It was held at the high school Iwanec High School; and Miss Shay, Paul Hanna, Thomas building, now known as the Vivian Sheldon, English teacher Peakc, Ralph Simonson, Archie Alexis District High School. at West Chester High School. Los Picture taking, a tour of the Angeles, Calif, building and conversations oc- C i ass members attending were: cupicd the afternoon, following a M , Dahl) Le- potluck dinner. A committee was . , ' appointed to make arrangements v,ne - Mrs ' ^ (Dorothy Mc- for another reunion in five years. Kcague) Kisler, Mrs. Clarence | The class prophecy was read by (Maxine Ryner) Taylor, Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Lcvinc and the n 0 y (Elsie Phillips) Gerald, La- class will by Mrs. Elsie Gerald. Verne Bailey, Dean Anderson, Two former teachers were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Jane Ed- prescnt, Miss Aline Frank, now wards) Kenny, Mrs. Leonard home economics teacher at Kc- (Marie Pheiffcr) Pease, Edward McKelvie, Mrs. Robert (Alice Hanna) Johnston. Also present, coming from a distance were Sherman Shay of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Marshall (Norma Flood) Ellis of Louisville, Ky. With families included, a total of 6tt persons attended. In charge of reunion arrangements were Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Pease, Mrs. Levine and Mrs. Kisler. READ THE WANT ADS! Opmn ftint! Urtf* >i DETROIT i\iPl> ~ A MM lion-dollar fund' raising campafgft was opened Tuesday by the DV troit Olympic ftsmmftm to ft* nance its bid for the 1968 gAnW at the international Olympfe Committee meeting ift Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 18. Lyoiw, France; Buenos Aires and Mexico City are competing with Detroit fof the event. READ THE WANT ADS! Victoria Lions Seat Officers VICTORIA-The Victoria Lions Club met June 26 at Lion Hall, where installation of officers ceremonies were conducted. Lion William Richardson of Galesburg, spoke on his recent trip to Japan and told of the many projects of the Japanese Lions Club. Following the speech, Richard son installed the following newly- elected officers for the year 1963-64: President, Lawrence Hough; first vice president, Myland Welsh; second vice president, Joe E. Scott; third vice president, Jack Brennan; secretary, Gary Gibbs; treasurer, William Ward; tailtwister, A. W Sornberger; liontamer, Dick Em ery. On the board of directors are Lowell Rask, Percy Cain and Lytle Kistler. Lunch was served to Lions and their wives by Wayne Williams and Lawrence Binho. Rask is the retiring president. North Henderson Circles Convene NORTH HENDERSON - The Rebeccah unit of the LCW of the Zion Lutheran Church held a meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lyle McCaw. The lesson on "Elizabeth" was given by Mrs. Clarence Moser. Members made tray favors tor the guest day tea July 11, and also rolled bandages. Elizabeth unit met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Shike. The lesson was given by Mrs. Dale Humes. Members made tray favors and rolled bandages. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. PHONE 343-9040 WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS * 29c FIRM RIPE BANANAS -lOc MARKET BASKET Tomato Juice 4£r*i 00 SMALL B.B.Q. SPARE RIBS .b 45c NEW RED POTATOES 10 39c ASST. NORTHERN TISSUE 4 Ron. 33c SLICED BIG BOLOGNA 3 ** 1.09 NEW GREEN CABBAGE ib 7c FOR MAKING TAMALES and TORTILLAS MASA HARINA 5 59c COLUMBIA SLICED BACON 3 - *1.00 Frozen Lemonade 2 for 25c Orange Juice Can 27c CANNED MILK CARNATION 3 <=•»' 45c DOUBLE LUCK GREEN BEANS 5 c«n S 50c 50 FOLDERS Book Matches 10c Libby Red Kidney Beans—5 Cans 50c Sunshine Krispy Crackers Ib .29c ft* house In your home and in your garden, new Gulf House & Garden Insect Killer means sure, fast death to 26 different insect pests! It gives you quick, sure kill of flies, mosquitoes, ants, roaches and other indoor insects. 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