Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 23
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 23

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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1,1 Ample Supply Of Bargains At Markets WASHINGTON (UPI) - Generous supplies of reasonably priced meats, fish, and eggs await this week's shopper. Fruits, vegete- tables, and other produce plentiful also will be in good supply. Among the top buys in protein good buys are ground beef, roast beef, and beef steaks. Stewing beef is an especially good buy this week. Bacon, pork chops, sausages, and smoked picnics are the best pork buys. Eggs are top buys this week. Broiler - fryers top the poultry lists, and tuna, canned Maine sardines, and fish stocks and fish portions are good buys. Green beans, carrots, celery, sweet corn, cucumbers, eggplant, squash, sweet potatoes, potatoes, nectarines, watermelons, and can' taloups are in good supply in th« nation's produce bins. The top buys in produce are cabbage, lettuce, onions, peppers, tomatoes, and grapes. Outlook in Illinois Here is a look at food counters In Illinois. Variety is the "buy-word" for food shoppers this weekend, variety in both meat cuts and fresh produce filling markets In good supply. Look for good values in all three red meat lines—beef, pork, and Iamb. Stewing meat, chuck roasts, and round steak are recommended as good choices in beef. Pork chops and picnics are expected to be attractively priced, also. Leg and shoulder roasts of lamb may be featured in some stores. Boiler-fryers are recommended as the best buy in poultry. A good choice in fresh fruit continues to be watermelon. Other good buys include cantaloups, limes, and grapes. The biggest variety and probably some of the best buys are in the produce bins. Ample supplies of late summer vegetables offer shoppers a choice of attractively priced: beans, cabbage, carrots, celery, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, endive and escarole, green onions, greens lettuce, peppers, radishes, spinach, squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and turnips. -Fish shoppers will find plenty of .clams, fillets, halibut, scallops; and yellow perch. News Briefs of Center Prairie CENTER PRAIRIE—Miss Pluma Elburg underwent eye surgery Aug. 27 at St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morrison and Kari, who moved recently to Reynolds, spent a weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Englund. Mrs. Jennie Warrensford visited an afternoon at the home of Mrs. August Carlson and also called at the George Carlson home. Stuart Olmsted of Galesburg, spent a few days with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs George Englund. Center Prairie church services Sunday are at 8:45 a.m.; Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., Pastor Phillip Snider announced. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mustain spent Aug. 29 at New Salem State Park and Dickson Mounds near Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson and Violet of Galesburg, spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson. Lacy Cover-Up! This lacy triangle is • flattering cover-up for head or shoulders I Easy to crochet; Ideal for gifts or bazaars. No. 285-N has crochet directions; stitch illustrations. To order send 35 cents in coins for each pattern to Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 319 W. VanBuren St., Chi- cpgo 7, 111. Add 10 cents for first- class mailing. Print name, address with son«, style number and size. S. Dakotans Entertained At Toulon TOULON - Guests at the home of Mrs. Fern Frey during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jorenson and Miss Luella Loudenberg, of Canova, S. D. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gerard of Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. James Savage and children of Pekin, Mrss Carol Frey and friend of Carbondale and Mrs. Mary Stewart of Toulon. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Muckey Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marks and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lorentz, of Peoria, and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Muckey of Kewanee. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Packard and sons have returned to their home in Carpentersville aftef spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Whittaker, and hrs father, Sherman Packard. In Minnesota Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitten left for a vacation trip and relatives received word Aug. 28 that they had been in a 1-car accident. Mrs. Whitten is a patient in the Ely Hospital at Ely, Minn. Whitten received cuts and bruises but is not hospitalized. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Packer, former Toulon residents, and now living in California, have been visiting Toulon friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carlisle and daughter and grandchildren of Evansville, Ind., called on her uncle, Frank Mock, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kerns of Wooster, Ohio, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs, Emery Halsted. You can use boneless smoked pork butt (such as a "daisy" or "cottage" roll) for a New England Boiled Dinner. For two pounds of the butt add six small potatoes, six small onions and six small carrots. Toward the end of the cooking time, cut a small green cabbage into sixths and add these. TIZZY By Kate Osann »l«t,Wi.k.tJ(.l*WWO«. r*9\ Working Holy Family GARRETTSVILLE, Ohio (AP) —An unusual shrine, characterizing Joseph, Mary and the child Jesus as "the working holy family," overlooks two main highways from a hillside on the grounds of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church. The solid white marble statues, donated by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abraham, members of the church, were made in Italy. The carpenter Joseph has his saw and hammer, Mary holds a broom, and Jesus, depicted at age 7, holds the world and a cross. The Rev. Thomas Kelly, pastor, says this is appropriate because the Portage County area is conspicuous for its family solidarity and hard-working people. Don't use strawberries with white centers when you are freezing the fruit. Exp erience in Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Thursday, Sept. 5, T963 21 Emergencies RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Four experienced doctors have taken over the emergency room of Richmond Memorial Hospital, replacing interns. The doctors, all in practice 10 to 12 years, gave up their privre practices to form a partnership to staff the emergency room. Jne doctor will be on duty at all times and another will be on standby. Dr. Aubrey A. Houser Jr. said it is to a patient's advantage to have an experienced physician immediately available to treat heart attacks, poisonings, automobile injuries and other emergencies. The hospital discontinued its intern program because of deficiencies in meeting American Medical Association accreditation requirements. A Spaceman's Best Friend STILLWATER, Okla, (AP) Diamonds may be a space scientist'* best friend, too, an Okla* home State University physiciit says. Dr. William J. Leivo, who heads a research team working here under Air Force and National Science Foundation grants, says some types of diamonds may be used as transistors and that they continue to perform at temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit — a big advantage in space exploration. The rare type of diamond", i semiconductor of electrhtity, was discovered in 1952 by Dr. J. F. U. Ousters of the Diamond Research Laboratory in South Africa. Make your thinnest pancakes and spread them with strawberry preserves; roll up and serve with sour cream. 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