Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 23, 1973 · Page 30
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 30

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 23, 1973
Page 30
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Gotesburg faQt >tttf»MaH» GoltspuroJ Hi. Wedhesddy, Moy 23 x 1973 It •f VIUIUw UI||}Vpi|l GRAND at MICHIGAN U.S. Govt. Iniptct. (WHOU) PRYING CHICKENS c lb BEEF Wieners Lb. ALL MEAT Wieners Lb. I Yellow Bond BACON 89c 99c BORDENS COTTAGE CHEESE 2 Lb. Ctn. OAISY % FRESH . INSTANT STARCH * y • \ . CK'AT /« Doisy Fresh Spray Starch 22 ox. BAGGIES TRASH BAGS 10 Ct. Pkg. AXION PRE-SOAK 25 ox. Box PALMOLIVE Liquid Detergent 32 ox. Btl. I t J • I. COCA COLA Kl /kf in tbU »nd of town. U you >••(• »h. iiiDMit vou cw» until w» can put In »om» b«U«r U- Iftiul'T-V MtntitdiPi- You cwft do b»tf* invkm. SMWW will «iy» you a aico -tore, in OPEN 8 to 8 Mon. thru Sat, 9 to 1 Sun. By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the *etton In which your birthday comet and find what your outlook li, •ecordifif to the itari. FOR THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1171 Merch fl to April » (Aries) -Youf plinet«, going into in* creasingly more favorable aspect, suggest that you note all details and strategy well. Keep eyes front, energies will direct* ed. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) —A good day for stabilizing, settling pending matters gen* erally; also for making innovations which can insure further! improvement in your status. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) —Some renewed interest in past endeavors indicated, with greater probability of success now. Personal relationships highly favored. Jane 22 to July 22 (Cancel- Give careful consideration to all suggestions — what to accept, reject or, perhaps, modify. You may have to introduce an idea of your own in order to achieve your objectives. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo)-This| will be a day in which to emphasize your distinctiveness and finesse; for doing things in an unusual way. Fine influences stimulate your outgoing personality. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)Avoid present tendencies toward brusqueness, even sarcasm, in 1 conversation with others. Personal relationships under some I affliction: Do NOT make things worse. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra)It may be a race to the finish line now, but stay in there try- ling, maneuvering (adroitly, but I always with integrity); and, remember, "the do-er alone succeeds." , Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio)— 1 Under day's potent influences, you should have new incentive, I seek new ways to improve, eliminate waste motion. Ambi- 1 tious "projects, well managed, should work out well. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius)—Jupiter auspicious. An excellent period for making business and financial gains. Your good judgment and excellent gift for organization pay off now. Dec. 22 to Jan. 24'(Capricorn) —A lively outlook. There's room II for advancement in several areas. If you have felt some restraint recently, yon may step forward more freely now—but not recklessly, of course. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —Press forward where the time is ripe and you have properly planned your course. Routine could be brightened, with an artistic touch, finesse without ostentation. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) | •Even if day's hustle and bustle prove aggravating, you can I keep your inner self serene and still achieve. Preserve dignity, good relations with associates and friends. YOU BORN TODAY are en* dowed with a bright and clever mind; are skilled in many fields but are inclined to scatter your energies to the detriment of nerves and health. You have both artistic and executive talents, but may reach the greatest heights of success ] through writing, sculpture or music. Governed by Mercury, the "winged messenger of the gods," you can excel in any field of communication, in all branches of aviation, in any 1 career which involves travel. You are a dreamer and an! idealist, but don't just daydream. The Geminian needs! ACTION to be truly successful. Birthdatc of: Victoria, Queen of England; Arthur Wing Pinero, dramatist; Bob Dylan, j singer. Heart Campaign Goes Past Goal PEORIA - Edward K. Collins, Canton, has spearheaded the Fulton. County Heart Association 's annual fund drive which has raised 115 per cent of its goal of $7,998. Donations in the campaign, which closes June 30, now total 09,152. Honorary chairman of this year's fund drive is Jim Casper, a Canton heart transplant patient. Breakfast Set NORTH HENDERSON—The Henderson Grove Grange will have a Memorial Day breakfast at the Grange Hall south of North Henderson May 28, with serving beginning at 7 a.m. P/ OA//OPi U.S. CHOICI BEEF RIB STEAKS $129 FRESH YOUNG BEEF ma *89 c LOIN PORTION Pork Roasts ib. 95^ COUNTRY STYLE Spare Ribs ib. 99 c BONELESS LEAN BEEF STEW MEAT $119 JIMMY DEAN A A c Sausage\JtJ & BEEF 4* 7A c PLUS T .V .P.* § •§ - —W W^—f SHRINK FRESH GROUND BEEF ib. 3Q C OSCAR MAYER YELLOW BAND Bacon ib 99 c •ARM LAND or SWIFT PREMIUM HAMS s .$q99 Con mm OSCAR MAYER SMOKIE LINKS -89 c U.S. Govt, tnspcf. WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS 45 c GRANDIE S.T. 7 oz. Manzilla Olives J " CERT. RED LABEL 32 ex. Sweet Pickles — - Jar RICHILIEU 16 ox. WESTERN DRESSING .... B«. PARKAY 1 Lb. Margarine — — "a 59' 69' 55' 31' CHIFFON O 8 oz ' Jl7tf Soft Margarine* *|| v BABY SWEETHEART 32 oi. AA£ Fabric Softener - BU. gJr 3* 59' OPEN PIT 18 ox. Barbecue Sauce BH. AXION Giant Pre - Soak —*™ SCOTTOWELS 49' 1 COLORS OR DECORATED TWIN PACK- ALL STAR i/ 2 Frozen Dessert SATHERS COOKIES PRAIRIE FARM BUTTER 3 Reg. $4 Pkg. I 1 Lb. Qtrs. 69' 39' DEANS 16 oz. Onion Dip -. ctn. STA PUFF m fa FABRIC SOFTENER _„^i. DIP NABISCO-NEWl 7!4 oz. CHEDDAR & CHIPS — p* Palmolive Liquid six. RAOOCOY ANN TOMATO JUICE OAISY \ FRESH . INSTANT STARCH | "•' .AND IK'JN DAISY FRESH INSTANT SPRAY STARCH SEVEN-UP 8 16 oz. Btls. 16 oz. 53' ROYAL CR. COLA 8 " 63c COCA COLA. 6 16 oz. Btls. 49c HYDROX Canned L n °* Beverages v Cans 65c Raggedy Ann Salad Dressing -39c PRIDE OF THE PRODUCE CELERY 30 oz. Size 19c* FRENCH'S Mustard 39c RED POTATOES NEW FLORIDA £ Sweet Corn J 20 Lb. Bag 59c KISLER BROS. mmmMm ant Maxwoll H< COFFEE Coupon LO TOP JOB 2 ir 49' With This Coupon H|-10 (C ' 5.^3 1 GROCERY i. 111.•--^• j (- folgerf i :uftuL: FOLGER'S COFFEE Coupon • .) M Ml - Vl>\ (.Al tSiH Hi. OPEN MEMORIAL DAY linl 1 1 il - sol iTH SAT. 8 SUNDAY 9-1 & 4-9

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