Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 30, 1973 · Page 25
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 25

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 30, 1973
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J »• a- i i i i By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook U, according to the stars. FOR THURSDAY, MAY 31, im March 21 to April 20 (Aries) -Stress your perceptiveness", A bit of shrewd observation will enable you to note certain new trends, obtain valuable infor mation. April 21 to May 21 (Taurus)You're in a mood to celebrate, to think of nothing but "having fun." But don't throw caution to the winds. Avoid the uncon ventional, the indiscreet. May 22 to June 21 (Gemini) -^Mercury highly beneficient Especially favored: those engaged in journalism, advertising, promotion, communications generally; also, all in the avia tion field. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer) —Conditions are just right for finalizing any impending property deal; also for such domes tic interests as remodeling, refurnishing, etc. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo)-Try not to set too fast a pace- either for yourself or others You could find that you've ex pended a lot of time and energy to no useful purpose. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo)Some misleading influences Don't ad on so-called "information." Investigate everything carefully and even then, don't act hastily. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Ubra)- A situation out of the past may resurface and you may have to deal again with a problem you considered solved once and forever. Don't become anxious. You will emerge a stronger person. Oct. 24 to Nov. 27. (Scorpio) Certain members of the family may seem to be hypersensitive, on the brink of serious rifts. Try to smooth out their differ ences—but with the. utmost diplomacy. / Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 (Sagittari us)—An excellent day for deal ing with superiors, for making them aware of your ultimate goals and expressing your willingness to take on more re sponsibility. Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 (Capricorn) —You may encounter one who makes some pretty rosy promises about finances — if you'll just follow his (her) lead. Turn a deaf ear. Jan. 21 to Feb. 19 (Aquarius) —You may be too close to a problem. A close friend could have a different—and better- solution. Listen carefully. Feb. 20 to March 20 (Pisces) —Mixed influences at work. Co-workers will prove cooperative, but superiors may be difficult. Bear in mind and act accordingly. YOU BORN TODAY, charac terized by unusual versatility and mercurial action in all your undertakings, are an individual destined for top achievement in almost any field of your choice. You could especially excel in writing, the stage, music and occupations which in volve travelling. You are a brilliant organiser and, if you should happen to choose business as a career, would make an outstanding executive. The law is also a fine field for you. Traits to curb: extravagance, hypersensitivity, overemotional- ism. Birthdate of: Walt Whitman, Amer. Poet; Pope Pius XI. Group in County Chooses Officers CANTON — John Davison, a Canton State Bank vice president, was elected president of the Fulton County Heart Assn. at the organization's annual meeting and volunteer awards dinner May 22. Also elected were Edward K. Collins, Canton, first vice president; Duke Stranz, Farmington, second vice president; Mrs. Maurice Schoon, Canton, secretary, and Jared Lane, Canton, treasurer. The officers will assume their duties July 1. An Illinois Heart Assn. service medallion was presented to retiring president Eugene Bavery of Lewistown. Roy V. Scalf, Canton, received an Illinois Heart Medallion for outstanding long-term volunteer service to the Fulton County Heart Assn. Has Surgery Miss Olga May Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Nelson of near Galesburg, had open heart surgery May 23. She is in Children's Memorial Hospital, 2300 Children's Plaza, Chicago, 111. 60600. The rainbow trout is the Utah state fish. COPYRIGHT* 1673 By gftgji Slant. All flights *•*•*•«. The True Discount Supermarket! DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS Eagle Discount Supermarkets want you to know that you can count on us to give you more for your beef dollar. That's why we're making you this promise: We will maintain these Everyday Low Beef Prices as long as wholesale costs permit. This means more beef buying power for you. Every cut of Bonded Beef is Valu-Trimmed and Honestly Labeled to make beef buying easier and more economical. And, Eagle's exclusive Bond guarantees your complete satisfaction and eating enjoyment. So compare Eagle Bonded Beef. Compare quality, trim, flavor and prices. You'll find that the way to save money on beef is The Eagle Way! | Compare Our Low Ceiling Prices Anywhere, Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED - FULL CUT Beef Round Steak $127 I LB. BEEF CUBE STEAK LB. »1.49 Compare! Beef Loin T-Bone Steak HFff IOIN PO RTF MHOUSF STFAK IH SI b'l Compare I UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Beef Sirloin Steak $143 I LB. BONELESS SIRLOIN LB. S1.63 Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED ANY SIZE PACKAGE APPROXIMATE FAT CONTENT 25% Fresh Ground Beef BONELESS BEEF STEW LB. $1.09 Compare! I iN( ( irjlll I ll >NA( I < Hi >M ;( VA i ! j ' niMMf ! c i '; I' Beef Chuck Steak 89! BEEF SWISS STEAK ARM CUT 18 SI 09 Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED - LARGE END Beef OSCAR MAYER Sliced I O.M. tLICiO iOLOONA t-OZ. FKO. Me Sliced Bologna OSCAR MAYER-REGULAR OR THICK Sliced Bacon Jig. 1'** LADYI.EE-9VARIETIES-SUCED . ,,_ , Cold Cuts Ji '^l" 1 0 OSCAR MAYER-BULK STYLE-PURE J Pork Links LB .'1' I OSCAR MAYER-SANDWICH SPREAD OR • Braunschweiger 8 p k °g .53 OSCAR MAYER - ALL BEEF OR , lh All Meat Wainars »99 Compare! HICKORY'SMOKED Lady Lee All Meat Wieners Compare! iNA! i y !-.( ~Dabuj Dejpcudmpxd, Mb. carton I Mm us DA. GRADE AA• _ _ SWEET CREAM-IN QUARTERS 25' Lady Lee Butter ©SOFT 89* jParkay Margarine ^46' STELLA CHEESE ^..85* Mozzarella "£'83' Beef Blade Chuck Roast 69 LB HONE I F SS Ht \ > iMlim HO AS I I H SI O'l Farm Fresh Produce Compare! Lady Lee Sliced Bacon 1 -lb. pkq. THICK SLICED BACON 1 LB PKG SI 81 BIRD FARM - WHOLE HOQ 3 VARIETIES Pork Sausage UNCONDITIONALLY BONDEO BONELESS BEEF Rump Roast UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED—BEEF Rib Steak DUBUQUE - CHEESE * WEINER roil *1 Cheese Furters v&86 !? SMALL - 2 TO 3 LB. SIZES ^ . I Pork Spare Ribs ib .*1 «| SEA PACK - PRE-COOKED Ms . j Fish Wedgees u -95«| M SNOW UHUP 4 Orange Juice ,«JENOS-SNACK TRAY PIZZA C JPizia Rolls J RICH'S ELM TREE-WHITE Bread Dough ©ORANGE DRINK ©KRAFT-CHEESE m» JfBirds Eye Awake 30c I American Singles \% 43 « •6-oj. can 7Vi-9-oi. pkg, live KRAFT DINNER Macaroni & Cheese 219 C 7v«-oz. pkg. Wky "Pay M cma Key I Buy UTM SWIMS Mil mii I i I i ll n misii I lurcim •r if i mU\. tiniinry punitiiul illiwiici. BUTTER TASTIN" - HUNGRY JACK Pillsbury Biscuits *£n*23« HALVES Monarch Bartlett Pears 146' kC29-oz. cm Harvest Day Vienna Bread 34 I C16-OZ. loaf HARVEST DAY-LARGE White Bread HARVEST DAY-HAMBURGER OR Wiener Buns ©EDWARDS-PECAN CUT A Coffee Cake ©DEL MONTE "" JFrult Cocktail DEL MONTE Sweet Peas DEL MONTE- CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE J KERNEL GOLDEN Sweet Corn REBER Butter Beans ROYAL PRINCE-IN SYRUP-FANCY Whole Yams CONCENTRATED Lady Lee Fabric Softener 263 e 64-oj. btl. P HESH SFlf CUD UUAL: 1 Y Golden Bananas 14 c ' » VARIETIES Duncan Hines ^Cake. Mixes 18'4-oz. pkg. 3 H.AVOR-KIST Choc. Chip Cookies P k 9 AEROSOL Off! Insect Repellent can CONCENTRATED 24-oz, loal WHITE OR COLORED NORTHERN Bathroom Tissue s4lS <i^>ii J^Jj^ Detergent 3-lb. pkg. 82 Eagle Gives You Everyday Low Discount Prices When it comes time to do your weekly shopping, a few discount- priced items won't give you the type of savings that can be yours day after day, week after week with Eagle's Everyday Low Discount Prices. f eRegular Or Super oz-l iTampax ^SOCJ Coppertone Suntan Lotion *1 38 4-Oi, btl. eiE/icn sum CONCENTRATED - WITHFREEPLASJjCJOTEBAG Detergent iSS $ 2 12 PEE-WEE Daytime Diapers 99 C30-ct. pkg. ~BexiexxxqeA can • „COMSTOCK-ITALIANO 16 ( I Three Bean Salad ©ITALIAN STYLE 1$< j Hunt's Tomatoes J 6IG JOHNS Bean 'n Flxln's h-oz can 28-oz. can 37« LIQUID i i Lux Detergent 22-0& 56 c We Discount Everything Quality. Courtesy. And service! • eagle DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS COFFEE Freeze Dried ^Instant Maxim $ 2 Ji. 3 Instant Tea 72 ELF.CTRA PERK OR REGULAR-COFFEE Maxwell House can *2" Raid Yard Guard 16Vi-oz. can *1 3 Raid Mosquito Coil 3-oz. pKg. 98' ©DEODORIZING iLysol Cleaner A0-OI. btl. 95< LIQUIQ - WITH FREE COOK BOOK Lux Detergent JftVJWfL 32-oz. bll. 80 'Price* Arc Dlicounted Except On Fair- Traded And Government Controlled Item* STORE HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 9 A.M.-9 P.M./ Sat. 9 A.M.- 9 P.M. Sun. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. HENDERSON & FREMONT NEW FORMULA Borateem Plus "f $i 19100- pj. Macleans Toothpaste ss 79«) 'Johnson ft Johnson _ ^ Cotton Balls bo h D '5Aj «Bufferin ] Tablets Pals Regular Vitamins bi^ol tl^ r „ Head & Shoulder ^ I Shampoo 1 L?-»1 4 J r 9 Johnson's 4 "No Mora Tanglos "12 -01.$^ 2t 1 Brylcreem Hairdressing ^. l$ 1 ,a ) ^REGULAR OR UNSCENTEO Ban Roll On Deodorant r Clairol Pssst ^Shampoo Dream Flower Ponds Tale en. "Our Price/ Protection Policy guarantees) these prices to be effective from Wednesday, May 30,1973, through Tuesday, June 5, 1973, regardless of cost increases."

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