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20 Qolesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III, Thursday, Sept, 5,1963 Groceries to Offer Array Of Food Items In The Armed Forces By The Associated Press Lamb cuts, stew beef and hamburger, and fryers and small turkeys are the chief attractions of a varied selection at the nation's groceries this weekend. Vegetable and fruit bins are also heavy laden with late summer and early fall produce. Lamb specials are most widespread in the Northeast and Midwest. Beef features, besides the economical slew and hamburger, include chuck roasts and round steaks. Chickens and turkeys vie for honors, with Midwestern shops generally giving the best-buy nod to broiler-fryers while Southwestern stores lean toward small turkeys. Pork attractions this weekend are several cured varieties, including smoked hams and bacon. Vegetable offerings are the richest in weeks in many areas with seasons overlapping. Best-buy items include green beans, carrots, celery, sweet corn, cucumbers, eggplant, squash, sweet potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, onions, peppers and tomatoes. Among fruits, watermelon, cantaloupe and nectarines are highlights. Grapes, with a near record volume, are attractively priced and plum supplies are good. Pear output is off sharply, however. Other fruit attractions include avocado, limes and honeydew melons. Silver wings of an Air Force Navigator were awarded 2nd Lt. Gary L. Wlllman recently after graduation from navigator train* ing at James Connally AFB, Tex. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Willman of Keithsburg Route 1. He will now go to Travis APB, Calif., for duty. His Wife, Judith, is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Boothe of Keithsburg. Prairie City News hems READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 5H0TTS Food Mart KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 . STEAK SIRLOIN 79< Lb BONELESS RIB EYE 89c Lb CHUCK STEAK ib 39c RE-JOYCE SOLID BUTTER ib 59c RE-JOYCE YELLOW CLING HALVES or SLICED PEACHES Vh Size $ Cans 1.00 RE-JOYCE Tomato Juice 4 4< c :„.H.OO GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Lb. 10c JIFFY CAKE MIXES [ Dark Fudge - Milk Choco Honey Date late lex 100 IDEAL OLEO u. 10c INMOYCf FROZEN LEMONADE 2 » 25c Homer Willman Airman Eugene T. Homer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Homer of Avon Route 1, is being reassigned to Greenville AFB, Miss., for training as a personnel specialist. He recently completed his basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex. v Airman 3.C. Jimmy A. Mccum is the honor graduate of an Air Force Course for inventory specialists at Amarillo AFB, Tex. He was trained in the use of punched card accounting machines and electronic data processing equipment. Mecum will now go to Kun- san AB, Korea, for duty. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thelbert J. Mecum. Robert F. Anderson, boilerman third class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Anderson of Altona is now serving aboard the USS Harwood, a destroyer with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. The ship will return to Mayport, Fla., in December. Airman l.C. Fredrick G. McNeil has arrived at Clark AB, Philippines, for duty with the 1st Mobile Communications Group. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McNeil of Oneida, and his wife, Martha, is a former resident of Quito, Ecuador. Two\young men from this area have enlisted in the Air Force for four years. They are John E. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson of St. Augustine Route 1, and Larry D. Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Edwards, Yates City Route 1. Anderson entered the mechanical field and Edwards the general field. Elden E. Ncal t electronics technician seaman is serving aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Buchanan. The vessel is currently operating with the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. The seaman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elden C. Neal of Gilson. Airmaf l.C. Russell E. Fryer recently completed a special Air Force course for communications technicians at Goodfcllow, Tex. Fryer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fryer of Elmwood. He is being assigned to a base in England for permanent duty. Following completion of basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex., Airman Jerry A. Brown is being reassigned to Whiteman AFB, Mo., for training and duty as an air policeman. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 0. Brown of Dallas City. InS t II PRAIRIE CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder from Chicago were over* the weekend guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Dannie Sorrells. Also guest9 for dinner Sunday in the Sorrells home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown. Mrs. Blanche Campbell returned home Friday from Copperas Cove, Tex., from a 10-day visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Rodriguez and family, the youngest one whom she had not seen before. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crow!, Sherri, Terri and Mark, have returned to their home in Omaha, Neb., following their vacation vis­ it here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Crowl, and other relatives. Me is an electrician. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Donaldson, Galesburg, were dinner and supper guests with W. W. Wilson and attended the homecoming picnic. Mr. and Mrs. George Hobbs, Hannibal, Mb., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Campbell, Elvaston, attended the homecoming picnic Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Campbell, Hannibal, were weekend guests with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Campbell and attended the picnic Monday. Mrs. Eddie Rose returned horns Sunday from Lane, S. D„ where she had visited her parents the past two weeks. Brown Bcnge Donald C. Benge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lige Benge, 457 W. First St., has received a commission as a second lieutenant in the Air Force. He was graduated from Officer Training School at Lackland AFB, Tex. He is being assigned to Chanute AFB, 111. Airmen 2.C. Raymond C. Chisholm and Rodney G. Keneipp are serving temporarily at Sembach AB, Germany. Under Operations Short Spurt, overseas assignments are for a few months, then the individuals return to their permanent station. Keneipp will return to Lincoln AFB, Nebr., and Chigholm will return to Tyndall AFB, Fla. Keneipp is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Keneipp of Dahinda. Chisholm is the' son of Mrs. Mildred K. Chisholm, 1639 Florence Ave., and his wife, Charlotte, is formerly of Bloomington. READ THE WANT ADS! SENN'S ALL-STAR COTTAGE CHEESE AD CORRECTION 1 Ib. crt. 2 I 29 c r«IENDlV HOME OWNED DAVIS STORES IMiuttmMUAJtSltletc/t. U. S., Soviet Churchmen Swap Visits ELGIN, 111. (AP) - A Russian Orthodox Church delegation and the Church of the Brethren concluded the first phase of an exchange visit Wednesday with a pledge for strengthening friendship between citizens of Russia and the United States. A joint statement issued at the end of a 12-day visit to the U.S. by a six-member Russian Orthodox delegation said: "Both groups felt that a principle factor in international peace is the friendship of peoples of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and United States of America, strengthening of which they consider as an opportunity and duty of their churches." The Russian delegation, including four lay leaders, visited Brethren congregations and related services in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Indiana and Illinois. In October, an official delegation of the Church of the Brethren will pay a return visit to the Russian Orthodox Church. The visit by the Russians was on invitation by the Brethren. May Not Play Polo Matches; Horses Sick OAK BROOK, 111. (AP)->A pair of polo matches will be played Sunday if enough healthy horses can be found. Great Britain's 22-goaL team, Cowdray" Park, is scheduled for an. exhibition game against Oak Brook. Also on tap is the opening match in the series for the Butler National Handicap between Milwaukee and Tulsa, both strong 25- goal teams. More than 100 horses at Oak Brook are down with a virus condition. They include the British team's horses. The Britons are using horses from Oak Brook in the meantime. Plans call for the second game in the Butler National Handicap between Great Britain and Oak Brook to be played Sept. 11, with the finals Sept. 15. SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. PHONE 343-9040 WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SMALL B.B.Q. SPARE RIBS WASHED RED POTATOES 43c 20"» 69c 2 SI 25c WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS * 25c FIRM RIPE BANANAS 10c DEL MONTE CATSUP 2 B»I « x 31c SMOKEY LANE BACON 3 ""• $ L00 DRY YELLOW ONIONS 3 M * 20c MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 c<,n 65c SKINLESS WIENERS 3 - '1.29 FIRM GREEN CABBAGE ib. 5c TALL CARNATION MILK 2 c. n . 29c MARKET BASKET OLEO 6 * 1.00 MARKET BASKET Tomato Juice 4 »'1.00 SUNNY-VALE BLUE PLUMS 4 N c». H '1.00 MARKET BASKET TOMATOES Prairie City Pupils Give Piano Recital PRAIRIE CITY-Miss Nell Orwig presented her younger pupils in a program of piano solos, duets and trios, as well as three vocal numbers Sunday at the Methodist Church. Those taking part were Greg Chatterton, Elizabeth Orwig, Cydney Chatterton, Cindy Staggs, J. C. Staggs, Rhonda B e c k n e r, Nancy Beatty, Dan Kepple, David Kepple, Linda Thurman, Diana Hawkins, Kathy Link, Sally Jo Myers, Kathy Beatty, Jean Smock, Kim Chatterton, Jane Lock, Debra Kepple, Kenneth Smock, Jill Lock, Rebecca Jean Kepple and Judy Heil. The latter four pupils belong to the older group of Miss Orwig's pupils but helped with the recital by appearing on the program. Club to Meet The Household Science Club will meet Sept. 11 at the Presbyterian Church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Grace Cheek, Mrs. Opal Craver and Mrs. Grace Long. News Notes Of Belmont BELMONT — Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Fredrickson at New Windsor. Mr. and Mrs. George Grimesey and family of Sroux City, Iowa, spent the weekend at the Leo Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith and the George Grimesey family attended a family dinner at the William Smith home at Little York. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Test and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones of Rock Island and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike had a fish fry at the covered bridge near Gladstone Sunday. Mrs. Louise Kauzlarich of Fartnington and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kauzlarich of Buena Park, Calif., spent the weekend at the George Kauzlarich home. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nevius, in Galesburg. Miss Susan Kauzlarich, who had been employed in Monmouth this summer, returned - to her home to spend a couple of weeks before entering her sophomore year of college at Monmouth. Donald Hays underwent knee surgery at the Cottage Hospital Aug. 28. Several members of the Farm­ erettes met at the home of Mrs. James Vree to work on articles for the bazaar for the Warren Achievement School in November. Mrs. Leo Smith called on Mrs. Winnie Hottle at the Monmouth Nursing Home Saturday. The annual Ranney reunion will be held Sept. 8, at 12:30 p.m. at the Belmont Church. Mrs. Paul Fredrickson will entertain the Farmerettes Sept. 11. Mrs. Emil Johnson will entertain the Priscilla Club Sept. 12. Bishop Hill Old Settlers Reunion Slated Sept. 14 ~. . .. ii „M e. BISHOP HILL — Plans have been announced for the 117th annual Old Settlers Reunion in Bishop Hill Sept. 14, starting at 10 a.m. with a tour through the historic Swedish Colony town. Tours will be repeated at the conclusion of the afternoon's program. Beginning at the Registration Center in the Steeple Building tour guides will offer information as in former years. Mrs. Iener Olson is tour committee chairman. Dinner will be served at the Old Colony Schoolhouse beginning at 11 a.m. Instead of the traditional chicken dinner, ham or roast beef will be served this year. The Galva High School band, under the direction of Leonard A. Smith, will begin afternoon activities at 1 o'clock in the Bishop Hill State Park. Engage Rev. Jones Rev. Donald Jones of Peters- dress, "Out of the Past." The Rev. Mr. Jones served the Bishop Hill Community Methodist Church from 1955 to 1957. Receiving his bachelor of arts degree from Denver University in 1952, in his senior year he also received the Hebrew Literature Award and served as president of the Omicron Delta Sigma, an honorary fraternity for pre-ministerial students. He was graduated with a bachelor of divinity degree in 1956 from Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston. In addition to his Bishop Hill pastorates, the Rev. Mr. Jones also served the Cambridge State Road Church during his last year in Bishop Hill, and has served Avon, Prairie City, Galesburg First Methodist Church as associate pastor and is currently serving in his fourth year at Petersburg-Oakford churches. The Joneses have five children, Donald Jr. (Sandy) Linda, Debora and Dan. James Alexander of Macomb, burg, will give the afternoon ad- a teacher at Western Illinois List Kirkwood College Students KIRKWOOD -i Young people " • from the Westminster United Presbyterian Church who are attending schools or colleges are: Lynn Lease and Wendell Shauman, Monmouth* College; Steve Johnson, Knox College; Jane Kelly, Western Illinois University; Max Wolf, Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa, and Caroline Jenks Ault, Tarkio College, Tarkio, Mo. They are all freshmen. Nancy Rhinehart, junior at Parsons College, Lynne Work, a sophomore at Monmouth, Jim Johnson, Western; Fred Jenks, Parsons and Bruce Work, Monmouth College; all seniors. Margaret Harrison is in nurse's training at the Methodist Hos- READ THE CI-ASSIFIEDS! Race Time Wins Two Heats at Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) Veteran harness driver Ralph Baldwin reigned Race Time home to victory in both heats of the $57,351 Fox State for 2-year-old pacers at the Indiana State Fair Wednesday. The purse was the largest ever offered in Indiana. Baldwin, who drove Speedy Scot to the Horseman's Futurity title Tuesday, brought Race Time across the' finish line in times of 1:59.3 and 1:58. . Two records were set in other featured races. pital School of Nursing in Peoria and Sharon Bass is a student in the Passavant Hospital School of Nursing in Jacksonville. Drs. Bill and Bob Simmons are interning at hospitals in St. Louis, Mo. Students working on advanced degrees are John Simmons at St. Louis University; Sally Johnson at University of Illinois in Chicago and Stanley Johnson at North Texas State. CHICAGO (UPI) - Elbis Key withstood a late rush by Ann Scott to coast to victory in the $1,600 featured race Wednesday night at Washington Park. The winner came across in 2:05.1. Nite Shirt tailed along in third place, eight lengths behind the winner and four behind Ann Scott. A Quality SAUSAGE Just good home-made sausage with that good old fashioned flavor, fry it Made by Joseph R. Peterson Orian, II) MICHIGAN FROZEN FRUIT 30 Ib. Tin FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 30 Ib. Tin FROZEN CHERRIES SWEETENED — READY TP USE If you furnish container we will pack it at no extra charge. Western Zero Locker 465 East South St. 343*3161 Marriage License Issued at Toulon TOULON — A marriage license was issued Aug. 30 in the office of Stark County Clerk James T. Jackson to Hichard Gene McBride, Wyoming, and Doris L,ali- nas, Galva. Set Woodhull Affair WOODHULL - Woodhull Chapter No. 622 will sponsor a bake sale at the Ford garage Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. Coffee and rolls will be served. University, who toured Sweden this past summer with a Fui- bright Scholarship, will give "Salute to Sweden." Greetings and musical numbers also are planned. Other Events Listed Other attractions during the day will be demonstrations of broom making at the fire station. Spinning and carding and display of Colony tools wiill be in the Steeple Building. A historical display will again be shown at the Colony School House in charge of Mrs. Rudolph Johnson, chairman. The usual Swedish afternoon "coffe po bet" can be had at the Colony School following the afternoon's program in the State Park. At 7 p.m. there wilt be a variety program in the State Park, followed by a dance at 9 p.m. in the community school gym. Music furnished by the Swing Styl- lists. Officers of the Old Settlers Association include: President, Harold E. Nordstrom; vice president, Rias Spets; secretary, Mrs. Harold Anderson; treasurer, Miss Ruth I. Johnson; chairman of books and cards, Mrs. Laura Leff; sound system by Lawrence Swanson of Galva. The general committee comprises Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Mrs. LeRoy Slover, Mrs. Howard Melton, Mrs. Gunnar Borg, Mrs. Vernice Nelson and Mrs. Margaret Johnson. Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad rum. Coll 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. 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