Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
Page 16
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YatenCitynm ttmPknh i^Ml CWY - Mf. and Mf«. Wlibuf Bl M mummed in honor of tor litter, Mri, Margaret If*ton and family, at a picnic dinner in their country hortte Sunday. Mri, lfetoa had been visiting Mr, and Mra, Leo Wood and family In California, and just returned to Yates City. Others present were Mr. and Mri, Leo* Wood, Virginia, Carol and David, of Canoga Park, Calif,; Mr. and Mrs. James Ireton, Mark, Marsha, Mathew, Martin and Mitchell, of Gross point, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Iraton, Dale.Lee and Jimmy of SycanWWS; Mi». and Mrs. George EnnU, Diana, Barbara, Mary, Susie, Larry, Becky and Ruthie, Miss Marilyn Moody and Mrs. James Moravek, of Elmwoodl; Jerry Benson of Yates City; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ireton, Ricky and Karen, of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. John Wilbur Bliss, Pa ma, Jill, Judy and Jennifer, of Rockford, Mr. and Mrs. Darrei Blaser, Aletha Sue and Sidney, of Taylor Ridge. Birthday cakes were presented to Marscha Ireton, whose birthday was June 23, Jim David Ireton, birthday June 27, and Judy Bliss, birthday July 3. Yates City Briefs Mrs. lone Safford of Maquon, Mrs. Carl Lamgyhar of Farmington, Mrs. C. M. Staggs, Mrs. Edith Goodwin, Mrs. Ethel Sim kins of Douglas, Mrs. Glenn Fos ter, Mrs. Harry Runyon and Mrs. Clarence Ragsdale and Mrs. Rowland Porter, of Yates City, recently were entertained in the home of Mrs. Ora Bell. Mrs. Dwane (Bantz) Burgess left by plane Tuesday for Vancouver, Wash., where she met her husband and will go by car to their home in Spenard, Alaska. She has been spending the past week visiting her relatives in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mattson, Kathy, Ricky and Jane, spent Sunday in Monmouth with Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Mrs. Mary Garrison and sister, Miss Hazel Sargent,,left for Decatur for a visit with relatives. They were accompanied .by Mrs. Drexel Sargent of Macomb. Mrs. E. C. Knockle, Marlys and John, arrived Friday from Phoenix, Ariz., for a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quinton German. Her son Joe will join them-in a few weeks. " Mr. and Mrs.- Bert Cook of Pekin motored to Yates City Wednesday to accompany home their granddaughter, Janet Runyon. She had been spending a few days in their home in Pekin. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Tompkins gpent Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Pabst in Middlegrove, where they attended a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tompkins of Farmington, who left Monday for their new home near Biloxi, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. William Bantz and Susan Arlene of Piano spent the Fourth of July holidays with her 1 mother, Mrs. Mary Keene, and with other relatives and friends. Arthur Dagroo, who lives in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles vlc- Masters, is seriously ill. Mike Cafferty. and John Wilbur Bliss of Rockford, Thursday had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bliss while en route to Havana on business. Mr. and Mrs. I: M. Tompkins of Yates City, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Gertrude Pabst of Middlegrove, motored to Batavia, where they spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell and Cindy. Mrs. Pabst is the mother of Mrs. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ramp and' Jeff were Sunday guests of Mrs. Dorothy Downs in Wyoming. Miss Mary Gilmore, who is employed in Bloomington, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs, Hazel Gilmore, and Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maxwell and her brother, Hubert Barber, left Sunday for two weeks vacation in Minnesota. Emerson Parks and T. L. Terry, who spent a few days fishing in Minnesota, returned home Sunday. New Windsor 4-H Tour Arranged NEW, WINDSOR — The New Windsor 4-H Livestock Club, which met July 11 at the American Legion Hall, postponed the review of the projects of the club members from July 13 to Aug. 4. The group will meet at' the Depot park at 1 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Keim will serve refreshments at their home at the conclusion of the tour. Larrie Lindgren spoke about gardens at Thursday's meeting, Jim Mayhew on cattle and Matthew Holmer on insects. READ THE cimwmsi GateibMfflRiOl»^Molt...GBteabufo> 111, WM, Jufy;J7. t )9A Hks 1000 Play SAC - A - DOUGH! Kroger Outtonwi wive ALREADY Won over '25,000 Playing $ac-A-Pough SAVE TWICE - Everyday Low Prices - Plus Top Value Stamps! Here are the names of a few of the Hundreds of JACKPOT WINNERS Alvle Shannon 1086 W. Berrien Galesburg, III. Mrs. Ralph Bowman RFD, Oneida, III. Mrs. Earl Hillard 463 Peck Street Galesburg, III. Mario Bennett RFD, Victoria, lit. f m - W. ft m + f <** - w aa) «*v -** «N •#•» *" f 88c Sale! Check These Values! Del Mont* Pineapple Grapefruit Kroger DRINK 3 46-oz. 88c WAX BEANS ..6 303 Can 88c Kroger Chunk Xrogar Froxan PINEAPPLE __.3 No. 2 Can 88c FRENCH FRIES 6 9-oz. 88c Avondala . Libby PEARS 3 No. V/i Can 88c PORK ft BEANS —8 14-oz. 88c Xrogar Sironghaart SMALL PEAS ___4 303 Can 88c DOG FOOD 8 16-oz. 88c Hitler Tomato Packer Label Cream Style JUICE 4 32-oz. Can 88c YELLOW CORN 8 303 Can 88c Snlderi CATSUP 5 14-oz. 88c Choose Your Favorites and Savel 1 SAVE*/ 20c £ Wonder BRAND Shortening SILVER PLATTER Lean and Tender Pork Steak FREE-Pkg. Kool Aid inside each bag JOY-Save 16c BIG K CHIPS i2 ™fe,59l LIQUID DETERGENT 49* Starkist Sun Gold CHUNK TUNA IH WHITE BREAD 2 ST 41* Open Pit Sandwich BBQ SAUCE ..ST 59* BREAD.... 2 'Hr 49* Island Gold Crushed Bismarck PINEAPPLE ._ £ \K RYE BREAD 2 49< Vets Chicken Flavor Clover Valley ,491 PEANUT BUTTERS 99* Clover Valley STRAWBERRY With Coupon Below and $5.00 or more Purchasel D0GF00Dra&3. Vets Beef Chunk DOG FOODf%v3c .n .55tf JAM . 89< • l-lb. Bog Cookie Sole! Chocolate Chip, Sugar, Oatmeal Paddies, Pecan Crisp, Butterscotch Ch'p Choc. Peppermint ^COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchase of Sft ot mora Exp. Bat.. July 20 Limit 1 (2) Mb. Bags COUPON WORTH 20c OFF the regular price Wonder SHORTENING 39c Exp. Sat.. July 20 Limit 1 (3) 1 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchaae of S, 10 or U-oi. Jar of Spotlight Inat. Coffee. Exp. Sat., July 20 Limit 1 (4) 50 FREE With purchase of S oi Jar of Kroger Llq. Sweat- U ner. Exp. Sat., July 20 Limit 1 (S) TOP VALUE STAMPS (A M TAP^UAIIIB STAMP? R With purchase of S oi. i#*M TOP VALUE 5TAMP* m COUPON WORTH 50 FREE , M With purchaM of 41 ct. or JLM- >m 100 et. Instant Tea. fr&'A Exp. Sat., July 20 1r ' Limit 1 («) 25 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchaM of pkg. of Xrogar Ready to Serve Salad Item. Exp. Sat., July 20 Limit 1 (7) NEW Everyday Low Prices! Kroger Enriched FLOUR ..... All Purpose CR1SC0 3 ± W 10 Flavors JELL0 Star KJst TUNA :Z7 Orange HK DRINK 2/69< Improved C10R0X BUACH SL W Pillsbury White, Choc, Golden, •TIDE Double Dutch CAKE MIX Peter Pan PEANUT BUTTER ";' r 43C 5^ can 55. Oscar Mayer LUNCHEON MEAT ^ IK ... Plus Top Value Stamps More Kroger Meat Dept. Values! West Virginia Chuck 8-10-lb. Whol* {TFAKT iQ /f COOKED HAMS »,W Hy gr .d. swe„ 0 „;,.d SLICED BACON P t 9&V SLICED BACON ,*. 69^ S£ Armour Star JUMBO »lXX KUA3I lb. Olf BOLOGNA Plantation Smoked >- 39* DORK CHOPS ib .79< Breaded LIVER SHRIMP pkg pkg. 591 Fresh Beef Vine Ripe Tomatoes—2 lb , 39c Flavorful NECTARINES All Varieties PLUMS jb. IH Red RADISHES California ORANGES as i» m em m m at* tat V* m •mi ft mm COUPON WORTH TOO FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchaae of 3 lba. iB; Morrell Ham 12.89. m/ > Exp. Sat.. July 20 Limit 1 (t) I ''I "COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchaae of l-lb. Ball Park Wieners. Exp. Sat., July 21) Limit I (U) u— mi , 50 FREE m TOP VALUE STAMPS 'M With purchaie of 2 pkgi. || Oicar Mayer Braunich- -|i k|a weiger or* Sandwich Vim Spread. Exp. Sat., July 20 Limit 1 W_Jm m COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchaae of Cut-up Frying Chicken. Exp. Sat.. July 20 Limit 1 (10) I f 1 With purchaia of Wisconsin Lettuce Exp. Sat., July 20 Limit 1 (12) TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchase of 10-llw. v , m Potatoes. |i| Exp. Sat.. July 20 ff Limit 1 (IS) |p Highly Unsaturated CRISC0 Light, Golden FLUFFO Assorted Colors CAMAY Pure White IVORY Pure White IVORY 3 i 81< 3 t W 3 - 29 c 4 Z 29^ Crystal Clear JOY For Your Dishwasher CASCADE Blue Magic CHEER Fast Acting COMET low Sudsing Mild, Pink DREFT 2 ... 69« Whiter Washes • PREMIUM DOZ »59 c For Years SOAP 3-31* • w. r , v ,.matics _ _ INSTANT FELS 2 69 c Gentle ^ ^ FELS LIQUID - 63< Favorite For Years FELS NAPTHA For Automatics Sunkist Jumbo SANDWICH COOKIES Sara Lee Cinnamon Nut COFFEE CAKE Sara Lee Delicious BANANA CAKE Birdseye Frozen CREEN PEAS 1»33' Chocolate OREO CREME .l'/i lb. .each -each 49' 79' 79' SANDWICH 1,49' SAVE 24c Michigon Bing CHERRIES LUSCIOUS RIP! CHERRIES lb.

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