Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 25
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 25

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
Page 25
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26 <5o lesburfl Register-Mo if, Go tesburg,. 11 J. Wed, Aug. 21, 1963 Vacationers Return to Raritan Home RARITAN—Mr. and Mrs. El«!on Duncan and Susan have arrived at home following a 2-week vacation trip to Georgia where they visited in the home of Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. N. E. McGinty, and other relatives. En route home they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walker and family as Magnolia Springs, Ala., where the Walkers have been spending the past several weeks. Raritan Briefs Mrs. Maggie Grate, Mrs. Edna Vernoy and Mrs. Florence Rezner of Raritan were guests of Mrs. Frank Waddell at dinner at Burlington Thursday. Following the dinner they returned to the Waddell home where the afternoon was spent in playing cards. The event honored the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Rezner. Mrs. Edna Vernoy went Friday to the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Repp, and family at Avon for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lyon and John and Mrs. Fern Purine of Roseville were guests at dinner Aug. 11 in the home of Mrs. Laura Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hangar and Mrs. Mary Ellen Cox, all of Fort Madison, were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Hangar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Arnold, Miss Lorna Arnold accompanied them home to spend several days. Mrs. Grace Mowen and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hilton and children, are on a trip to the Black Hills. Mrs. Lizzie Bricker and Mrs. Katie Kemp spent a day in the Elbert Bricker home at Rozetta. John Cook and grandsons Tommy and Stanley Cook of Chillicothe, Mo., were weekend guests recently in the home of his brother Art Cook. Other guests Aug. 11 - in the Cook home were Mrs. Mamie Sanderson of Stronghurst and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cook and children of Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. George Donner, Vickie, Bobbie, Kathie and Marion Husband were Aug. 11 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts, Dick, Mike and Kathie of Avon. In the afternoon they visited Mary Steepleton of Bushnell and Mrs. Blanche Hood of Prairie City. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Harden and children attended recently the Perdue reunion at Griswold, Iowa. They were overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virden Perdue at Red Oak, Iowa. They visited Boys Town in Omaha, Neb. Linda Dahl of LaHarpe spent several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waddell. N. Henderson Family Visits In Wisconsin NORTH HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones and family visited a weekend in Wisconsin with relatives and attended a family reunion. C. B. Meeker of Indiana has returned to his home after a few days visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meeker. He had returned home in June after tour to Russia. Several guests were at the Meeker home when he showed his pictures of Russia. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown and family were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potts at Rock Island. Mrs. Jack Runion and children of Dallas, Tex., Mrs. Owen Nail and children and Mrs. Eugene Brown and children, were dinner guests Wednesday at the home of Mrs. William Runion. Mrs. Jack Runion and family are former North Henderson residents. Mrs. Phil Olson was a guest at the Jolly Neighbors Birthday Club recently at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Holgar Carlson at Alpha. Mr, and Mrs. Dudley Purlee, Tracey and Robert, attended a dinner Aug. 11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lavender at Galesburg in honor of Dean Lavender, who left Aug. 14 for the service. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yung and daughter Pearl of North Henderson and Linda Lawrence of Alexis attended the Springfield fair Tuesday. Miss Nettie Pitman returned borne from the Mercer County Hospital at Aledo, Wednesday, where she had tests. Add light rwn to canned fruit cocktail and serve as a topping for cake, pudding or ice cream. Drain off some of the syrup from the fruit before adding the spirit. Low Prices-High Quality Get Both at Kroger. m . E very day I American Express Money Orders . . . Available at All Kroger Stores! PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 WIN UP TO PLAY Sac - A - Dough Country Club ICE CREAM USDA Choice Heinz Leg of Lamb <» 68c HALF GALLON All Delicious Flavors Ketchup Rath Cedar Farm Thick Sliced Bacon 2 ft 98c Kroger Brand Salad Dressing& 49c Heinz famous flavor Extra Tangy— Extra Tasty Makes good food 14-OZ. BTL. Silver Platter — Picnic Style Sliced Pork Roast Kroger-Cut Boneless Beef lb. 39c Rump Roast » 88c Meat Dept. Values Kroger Grade A Small Eggs 3 ° $ 1.00 Mix or Match Sale Kroger Baked SANDWICH BREAD BUTTERMILK BREAD SANDWICH BUNS RAISIN BREAD lJS-lb. lv. 20-oz. lv. 8-ct. —pkg. 16-oz. .. lv. Kioger Drink PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT.. 2 — 49' Libby Deep Brown 14-OZ. cans Real Buy 303 JA£ Pork & Beans 4 Real Buy Kidney Beans 4 cans 1 Kroger Blue Lake Green BEANS .... 5 303 cans Del Monle Blue Lake Green $ 1 BEANS ____ 4 $ 1 CORN Del Monte Fruit Kroger Cream Style Yellow .„_7E*1 COCKTAIL 2S45* Special Label Tomatoes 4 ^49* Kroger Sweet Applesauce Z c ans i Kroger Garden Fresh Sweet Peas 3^49* Hitter Brand Tomato Juice A cans 49' Thompson Farm 8-12 lb. Full Shank Hall SMOKED HAM lb. 49c Tiny Link PORK SAUSAGE ,b .59« Boston Butt PORK STEAK lb. 49C Lamb SHOULDER ROAST lk 39c Armour Star FRANKS Ib. 49C Kornland BOLOGNA * stick* 1 Fres-Shore BREADED SHRIMP 10-oz. 49c Fres-Shore FISH STICKS 3 10-oz. ti . pkgs. • 1 Produce Values Jumbo, Sweet, Avg. 3 to 4 lbs. CANTALOUPES 4 99c California, Sweet and Juicy ORANGES ... 2 D.Z 99 c COUPON WORTH 16c OFF the regular price 1-lb. Kroger Vac Pack Coffee 49c Exp. Sat. Aug. 14 Limit 1 (1) —>—j-> .• VALUABLE COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of lB-oz. Kroger Bar-B-Q Sauce Exp. Sat. Aug. 24 Limit 1 (2) «.. •. w w " mi • w !.VJA;. __J a& yi^YiVVft'i COUPON WORTH TOO FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of 3-lb. Armour Ham What Am Exp. Sat. Aug. 24 Limit 1 (3) ' I, j ll'<'»l I COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of Cut-Up Fryers Exp. Sat. Aug. 24 Limit 1 (6) VALUABLE •I'HB COUPON VALUABLE COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of 1-lb. Chester Farm Sliced Bacon Exp. Sat. Aug. 24 Limit 1 (4) ,VA ^" J ""- " VAMMILF^ *ra« COUPON COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of Mickelberry Lunch Meats Exp. Sat. Aug. 24 Limit 1 (S) COUPON \ 50 FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of Boneless Beef Roast Exp. Sat. Aug. 24 Limit 1 (7) | COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of 20-Ib. Russet Baking Potatoes Exp. Sat., Aug. 24 Limit 1 (8) COUPON WORTH 50 FREE Top Value Stamps with purchase of 4 Baking RUSSET VALUABLE COUPON WORTH 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS Potatoes »

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