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August 29, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

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Yates City News Notes YATES CITY - Relatives beiflg called to the Rector home because of the death of Mayor A, L. Rector, spent the weekend with Mrs. Rector, and attended services. They were Mr. and Mrs. Mario Ooff and Terry Joy of Lake Zurich; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rector and son, Lewis of Dallas, Tex.; Df and Mrs. C. B. LaDine and her father, Mr. Leonard of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. Mabel Davis of SHOTTS Food Mort KNOWN FOR OUAUTY 705 f. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 OPEN LABOR DAY 8 A.M. till 12 Noon STEAK SALE Round ..lb. 69c Sirloin ..lb. 79c Rib lb. 59c T-Bone .lb. 89c Boneless Rib-Eye lb. 89c Boneless Sirloin,,, lb 89c Boneless and Rolled RUMP or HEEL Roast—lb. 75c HAMBURGER Lbs. 109 LEAN TENDER CUBE STEAK lb. 79c CUTUP PAN READY FRYERS lb. 29c ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU MON. RE-JOYCE LEMONADE 6-oz. Can CHARCOAL 49c 10-lb. Bag RE-JOYCE Potato Chips Bag DAD'S ROOT BEER i/ 2 G... 39c No Bottle Deposit LETTUCE 2«^29c RED POTATOES 10 lbs. SEEDLESS Watermelons 15 to 20 lb. avg. Eo. 39c Chicago and David Rector of Boston, Mass. Mrs. William Norton Jr. entertained a group of women at a supper Friday. In pinochle, prizes went to Mrs. Jack McKinty, high, and Mrs. Harold Dikeman, second high. Mrs. Richard Booth, Mrs. Glenn Bleichner and Mrs. Don Trowbridg J were other guests. Mrs. Jack Stodgel entertained a group of children honoring her son Greg, who celebrated his fifth birthday Aug. 22. Guests were Arlene Daniels, Carrie, Bret and Brenda Chandlee, Deloris Hefflin, Eddie, Rudy, Randy and Trudy Lewis, Clyde Yelm and son Billie, Marjorie Yelm of Williamsfield; Dennis Hanks, Brian Elliott and Vernon Otto. Mrs. Eva Foster of Spartanburg, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stone and son of Wyoming; Mr. and Mrs. William Duncan of Williamsfield; Glenn Driffel of Alexis and Mrs. Sadie Cooper and Gail of Maquon spent Tuesday afternoon with Mi's. Claire Cooper. At Foster Home Mr. and Mrs. Martin Salisbury of Matanza Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hornback of Avon Sunday had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Foster and Bob. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sandall of Norris were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boswell of Peoria spent the weekend with the Don Trowbridge family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kneer of Fairfield, Iowa, called on Mrs. Lillie Tuckey Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ward of Princeville and Eleanor Vaughn motored to Coal Valley and spent Sunday with the Oscar Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. George Asal and family of Eureka spent Saturday and Sunday with the Royce Harmon family. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bell of this city and Mrs. Faye Fritz of Rio spent Sunday in New Salem. Billy Yelm of Williamsfield spent from Thursday until Saturday with the Jack Stodgell family. * Mrs. Lyle Sherman, Mrs. Eva Foster of Spartanburg, S. C; Mrs. Sadie Cooper and Gail of Maquon spent Thursday evening with the Claire Cooper family. Mrs. Ora Darland and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Carpenter of Abingdon spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Cora Daley. Mrs. Emma Sherman of Fairview has been a recent caller in the home of Mrs. Cora Daley. Robert Clark who is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kan., was in Yates City Sunday and was accompanied back by his wife Jane. Mrs. Ethel Dikeman returned to her home in Yates City after spending two weeks in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Mottaz in Victoria. Mrs. Mottaz had been a surgical patient in Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford and Greg, Mrs. Millie Reents of Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ford, Jean, Gary and Bonnie, of Farmington, had dinner Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. George Ford. Wonderfully- Wearable 1493.' 10-20 A handsome dress and jacket combination that is so versatile and smart. Add a bold lining to the jaeket for a couturier touch. No. 1493 with Photo-Guide is in sizes in, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, dress, 3 yards of 35-inch; jacket, short sleeves, 2V» yards. To order send 50 cents In coins for each pattern to Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 319 W. VanBuren St., Chicago 7, 111. Add 10 cents for first- class mailing. Print name, address with zone, style number and size. If a recipe calls for a cup of coarsely shredded raw carrot, you'll find that two large carrots (pared before shredding) will Little League Team Honored At Toulon TOULON — Members of the Collins Implement Co. Little League baseball team and their families held a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Addis Friday. Thirty-three were present. The event honored the team winning first place in the Toulon Gglesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Thursday, Auft. 29. 1963 Minor League. The club had seven wins and one loss. The evening was spent in contests in throwing baseballs, with prizes being given to winners. Players who attended were Jimmy Addis, Randy Krans, John Ballentine, Henry DeGroot, Earl Conners, Rodney Chamberlain, Gene McGill, Gary Frail, Kenneth Dutton and JOel Wright. Those not being able to attend were Tim Williams, Bobby Mussellman, Carl Ham and Dduglas Webster. Bridge Club Entertained At Alexis ALEXIS - Mrs. Robert Warnock was hostess to the Trumpit Bridge Club Friday in the home of Mrs. Edith Deuth. Mrs. L. P. Enderlin, Mrs. V. R. Brown and Mrs. Scott Maloney received favor*. The group planned to go to Mirandos' Monday night for dinner. Galen Ballentine coached managed the team. and Miss Pat Robertson entertained 12 girl friends and two mothers, Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mrs. Raymond Winkler, at a baby shower Friday in her home for Mrs. James Esters and Mrs. Clarence Downard. Alexis Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Peterson of Rock Island spent Friday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughead. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Cutler of Abmgdon spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lena Sharer. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laughead and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McBride attended the McBride reunion at Monmouth Park Sunday. Miss Frances Matson returned to her home in Peoria Sunday after being a guest of Mrs. Georgia Robertson the past 10 days. Oh, Well MIAMI (AP) mm Brt& Gen. Robert A. Ballard M ttfe Homestead, Fla., National Guflfd went to Ft. Stewart, Ga„ to accept a plaque, he did so hesitant* When the general accepted i citation for a unit safety award, he reached out with a bandaged finger. It had been caught in * car door. WEEK-END FOOD BUYS Wilson's Certified WIENERS All Meat lb. 49c \ STARKIST 1 \ TUNA f% V i 89c J \ Wilson's Certified BOLOGNA All Meat lb. 39c NABISCO . ,- 3,\ Wilson's Corn King CANNED Lean 'n Meaty Pork Steak ,b 45C SUGAR C&R or DOMINO PURE CANE 5 lbs. WITH PURCHASE OF 4 G.E. BULBS. Libby's Deep Brown Beans ROYAL PRINCE PEAS 4 dom/no PUtte GANG SUGAR HAM 5 a '3.49 No. 1 Washed — Red A ft POTATOES 10 „ $ JVC Fresh Crisp JA A CARROTS PKG IUC RED GRAPES or <t Ac PURPLE PLUMS IV pi/riti/ 15 cane sugarl WITH HANDLES HOT CUPS 6<„ COLD CUPS 10 PAPER PLATES 40 49c NAPKINS 2 8 £,"*25c 14-or. Size No. 303 Cans Libby's-'Fancy Quality CATCHUP PEACHES 14-or. Btls. \ \ MCCORMICK \ Shur-Fresh --A Strawberries 4 ftr 89c \ \ HILLS BROS COFFEE 2-lb. t' Tin * 3-lb. t' Tin * COOK-OUT SPICES MINCED ONION ft SEASON-ALL • GARLIC-SALT YOUR CHOICE c CRISCO FREE Needles and Dispenser 3 "n 83c Bf Hawaiian ^6 LIPTON TEA INSTANT 3-oz. Jar 59c 48 Tea Bags 65c Libby's'»'•' Lemonade 3 6-oz. m 9 Con. Z .IC Ma Brown Ol Fashion PICKLES- ™ 39c TIDE Toum md County © jh t Hun id j» _ fii iti in ,niii«i«>i>. FOOD STORES UfAllftD'f T0WN 4 If ALACK J COUNTRY VICTORIA TEDDV't T0WN * ICKKT J COUNTRY YATES CITY / Large AQf 1 BOB'S COUNTRY Km Pkgs. 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