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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

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8 Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Saturdoy, Aug, 24, 1963 Cambridge Unit Plans For Opening CAMBRIDGE—Supt. of Schools Albert Smith announced that Cambridge Community United Schools will open Aug. 29 at 8:35 a.m. Buses will be operating that day. and students should have received cards stating the approximate time for them to be picked up by the bus. School will be dismissed at 11:10 HOT SHOT SPECIALS SAT. A SUN. MORNING PEPSI-COLA 6 for 290 Phis Deposit HILAND Potato Chips 39c 59c Pkg. GELATIN DESSERT Royal Limit 3 pkg, 7c LONGHORN Cheese lb, 49c Trading Post Super 1515 E. MAIN n.m. on the first day with no lunch being served. Lunches will be served beginning Aug. 30. All students entering the fifth and ninth grades, along with those first graders who did not have physicals preceding kindefgarten, should have dental and physical examinations before the commencement of the school year. Report Improvements Numerous improvements have been made in facilities of the schools here. Fluorescent lighting was completed in the grade schools. Other improvements in the elementary schools include painting of classrooms and outside fence, a complete remodeling of the cafeteria facilities, removal of unsafe trees from the grounds, and smaller repairs. A new six-station laboratory table was installed in the science room in the junior-senior high school building. Set Wooflhull Meet WOODHULL — Mothers of World War II, Unit 34, will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Maurice DeSutter Sr., with Mrs. A. Ed Johnson assisting hostess. A request is being made for donations of discarded silk stockings, which will be used to stuff toys, which will be sent to children in hospitals. Hold Farewell Party ELLISVILLE—A farewell party for Rev. and Mrs. Knudson of the Ellisville Nazarene Church was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Williamson recently. The Knudsons will be leaving in the near future. For the most coverage and LOW RATES in Homeowner Policies Call 342-6413 or see LEO A. CRONIN INSURANCE "Honestly It's the Best Policy" 418 Bondi Bldg. News Notes of Henderson Grove HENDERSON GROVE - Miss Mary Hallberg of Columbia, Mo., visited several days recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallberg and Carolyn. David DeGroot of Rockford, visited Aug. 15 with his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglas. Recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Huff of Monmouth were Mrs. Selma Nelson and Mr. and Mrs, Conrad Nelson of Rio. Miss Andrea Nelson of Chicago has returned to her home after spending the past week in the James V. Youngren home on West Fremont Road. Recently arriving in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James V. Youngren were their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Bruce D. Johnston and Stephanie of Chicago. They will be joined later by the husband and father, Rev. Bruce D. Johnston, who will be guest pastor at the Messiah Lutheran Church Aug. 25. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krans Aug. 11 were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson and family, of Kewanee, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ftissing and Miriam. Mrs. Herbert Nelson of Galesburg visited the past week with Mrs. Selma Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson and Swan Johnson of Galesburg were recent callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krans. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Nelson, Christine, Donnie, Pam, Bob, and Bill have returned home from their vacation through the East. They visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brent Benson at State College, Pa. and Mrs. Nelson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shircliff at Fairfax, Va. They also visited in Delaware and New York. En route home, they visited their other son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson and Jimmie at LaGrange Park. TOWERS OVER TOKYO—Kink Kong towers over Tokyo in Uni­ versale "King Kong vs. Godzilla" in color, as he once towered over New York atop the Empire State Building. The world's champion monster fights for his title against Godzilla in battles that shake the earth from the South Seas to the Pole. The film now is showing at the West Theater. is Area of the Great Lakes equal to the combined spread of Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and four Denmarks. Wise Shopper Buys Listed At Markets WASHINGTON (UPD—Reason­ ably priced and abundant cuts of meat await this week's shopper. Fruits and vegetables offer some particularly good buys for the wise shopper. Ground beef, beef roasts, and steaks are among the best offerings in red meat counters. Loin roast is the best bet in pork. Broiler - fryers, turkeys, canned tuna, scallops, and eggs complete the list of best buys in protein foods. There are plenty of vegetable offerings this week. The best are: Cabbage, corn, cucumbers, and peppers. Other good buys include: green beans, topped carrots, celery, eggplant, lettuce, green and dry onions, radishes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and potatoes. Best fruit buys include bananas, honeydew melons, peaches, plums, and watermelons. Grapes IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS SUN. - MON. - TUES. SALE Buy All Your School Supplies from Walgreens At Discount Prices Libby's DEEP BROWN PORK & BEANS 14-oz. Cans 9c PLASTIC LAUNDRY BASKET Bushel Basket Type 76c Reg. 1.29 Adjustable Shoe Trees M en's or Boys' Reg. 98c 69c STORM WINDOW KITS 4 Windows complete with strips and nails. 1.29 Value 59c and cantaloupes are especially good bets this week. Glance at Illinois Counters Mere is a look at food counters in Illinois: While pork supplies are noticeably short, the variety of other red meats and poultry available will help fill meat counters to overflowing this weekend. Shop pers also can look forward to an abundance of attractively priced fresh fruits and vegetables. A bountiful supply of beef will command attention in most food store meat departments. For particularly good values check Round, sirloin, and porterhouse steaks; chuck, rump, and boneless arm roasts; and ground beef. Variety in the pork line is more limited. However, pork steaks and butts roasts are expected to be attractively priced. Lamb continues to sport a reasonable price tag, with chops particularly recommended. On the Increase In the poultry department, turkey supplies are beginning to increase noticeably, making these birds a likely value. Broiler-fryers and stewing chickens are also recommended. Look for watermelons to be featured this weekend at possibly the lowest prices all season. Other good choices in fresh fruits include cantaloupes and peaches, Careful shopping may also uncover attractively priced plums and grapes. Corn, cabbage, cucumbers, and squash lead the list of best buys in fresh vegetables. Temporarily higher prices in tomatoes are expected to drop, putting these red beauties among the other good values in produce bins such as: Eggplant, lettuce, celery, greens, endive and escarole, green peppers, green beans, potatoes, carrots, radishes, onions, and sweet potatoes. Fish counters will have plenty of clams, fillets, fish sticks, fish portions, halibut, yellow perch, and crab meat. 1 FRAMED FULL-LENGTH DOOR MIRRORS v- 3.44 12-QUART PLASTIC PAIL 79c ^ ^ Value 3 3 Q SANDS INSECT BOMBS Effective and Safe "» 59c "LOOK" SHEET BLANKETS 60x76 99c BUY 'EM NOW Insulated Underwear Quilted Jacket and Pants v". 7.99 FOAM BED PILLOWS 99c THERMO-PAK School Lunch Kit 66c Without Thermos PAPER FOLDERS 9c "BACK - TO - SCHOOL" PACK 30 PENCILS 66c 4.98 Slide Rule 1.95 TOP-PUNCH MAGNETIC BINDER Seller Q 9 C 12-INCH RULERS 6c 500 SHEETS ALL WRITE FILLER PAPER 5-Hole vl 9 o 78c TOP PUNCH FILLER PAPER Fits Magnetic Binders Packs 38C Combination CASE & CLIPBOARD 66c 3-RING BINDERS With Attached Clip 66c DeLong Livestock 4-H Club Has Session DcLONG — The DcLong Livestock 4-H Club held a meeting Aug. 19. Records were discussed and turned into the leaders. Talks were given by Cheryl; Lundberg on "Health is the Most Precious Possession," David i Schideman, "Growing Peanuts" and Cheryl Cramer on "How to i Cure Animal Bites." The Sanford family served as hosts. So dense are some stars in the universe that one cubic inch of one would weigh more than 600 | tons on earth, READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! There is only one WELCOME WAGON SO yeara of experience fostering good will in business and community life. For information o« Welcome Wagon, phont • MM. Norma Smith 1058 Beecher — 343-1836 or Mrs. Pat Gage 585 Lawence Ave—343-1024 i * i * WELCOME WAGON Workshop to Open Term For Valley PAIRVIEW - Spoon River Vat- ley Community Unit District No. 4 will open the fall term of school Aug. 28 with a workshop for teachers at the senior high school building in Fairview. J. A. Radka, superintendent, will preside at the general meeting of teachers at 9 a.m. Group meetings, a Spoon River Valley Teachers Association meeting, and lunch provided by the Board of Education will follow. First official day of school will be Aug. 29. School will be dismissed one hour early and all cafeterias will be in operation. A number of new faculty members will be included in the 50-teachei' staff for the unit. New teachers include: Roger Schisler of Abingdon, a social science and science instructor, and a graduate of Western Illinois University; Charles Feller of Canton, English and social scfence, Western Illinois University; Richard Hogan of Rock Island, band director, Western Illinois University. Anamarie Morris of Washington, English, Bradley University; Gary Little of Jacksonville, business education and assistant coach, MacMurray College; Douglas Calkins of Canton, fifth and sixth grade instructor, University of Arizona; Scott Clifford of Cuba, sixth grade, Western Illinois University, and Ada Draper of Canton, first grade, Western Illinois University. Books Didn't Balance BLUE RIVER, Ore. (AP) The McKenzie School Board ordered an audit of the school's student body fund after questions were raised about the possibility of an unauthorized deficit. The auditor's report showed that there was $70 more money FREE 200 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 HVC GREEN STAMPS WITH COUPON BELOW AND PURCHASE OF $5 OR MORE AND MERCHANDISE COUPONS FROM MAILER MAILED TO YOUR HOME 3rd WEEK COUPONS NOW GOOD ON YOUR MELMAC DINNERWARE, PIUS BONUS COUPON FROM LAST PAGE OF MAILER. 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