Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 18
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18 Salasburo Register-Mail,Galesburg,.Ht. Thursday, Sept. 19, 1963 Turkeys Are On Market as Meat Leader Fa]J output of turkeys and lamb places them among the meat leaders at supermarkets over the nation this weekend. Other main course attractions Include ribs of beef, fish, pork loins, ham" and chickens. Vegetable offerings include lame sunplies of rice and season- peak selections of many fresh ve"<Mab!es. Fruit counters continued to offer considerable variety, with summer berries and melons overlaying into fall tree fruits, •w The turkey crop is expected to SSThin about 93M> million birds, up slightly from last year. ^ Other fowl attractions include *** broiler fryers, with production ^ running 5 to 8 per cent above a year ago as the seasonal peak ^ tapers off. Stewing hens and y« roasters are also featured. -»*»* Beef attractions include rib ISt roasts, chuck roasts and steaks. £££ >f>rk "rodti^ti")-! is be«?inninf» its ^ fall pickup and prices arc already reflecting this in some areas. Chops, loins and some cured varieties are most widely offered. Cold storage stocks of fish are •«* about 10 per cent higher than a ***r year ago, so many stores are offering bargains in this line. Fresh vegetables include sweet •** corn, snap beans, beets, broccoli, ••*«* cabbage, carrots, celery, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, cauliflower, green and yellow onions, peppers, radishes and tomatoes. mm* Newton Family ^ Holds Reunion 3S; KIRKWOOD — Mr. and M». ^ R. P. Hancock and Mr. and Mrs. «*•» W. M Newton recently attended the annual Newton family reunion at the home of Mrs. Gothard Rankin in Stronghurst. Other families present were Ray Musser and family, Smithshire; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Musser, Mrs. Victoria Musser and ***** M9> m w m m SHons Food Mart KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 GRADE A-NO. 1 CUT-UP FRYERS lb. T-BONE 89c HAMBURGER $100 3 lbs. STEAK SIRLOIN LETTUCE 10c Large Head JONATHAN APPLES lb. 10c Illini Club At Maquoii Adds Member MAQUON - "This World of Miracles" was the theme of the program for the Illini Club Sept. 12 when the club met at the home of Mrs. Ira Moats for their first meeting of the new year. Mrs. Floyd Mathews, Mrs. Ira Moats, Mrs. John Rose and Mrs. Lucretia Myers will furnish cookies for the Red Cross blood bank canteen Oct. 16. Founders day will be observed at. the next club meeting Oct. 10 at the Maquon church. Mrs. Moats presented the program, assisted by Mrs. Walter Piatt and Mrs. Haskel Sulteen. Mrs. John Rose was a guest, and became a new member. All former members and friends were welcomed to attend. Mrs. Gene Strode will show slides of pictures taken during their trip to Europe last year. Miss Addie Halsey and Mrs. Virginia Sulteen will be the hostesses. OES Chapter At Good Hope Hosts Guests GREENBUSH—The Good Hope Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, observed advance night recently at its clubrooms in Good Hope Saturday. The guest of honor was Miriam Wallick, associate matron of the Galesburg Violet Chapter. Norma Adams, Evening Star Chapter, was instructress. Esther and Maurice Decounter served as welcoming matron and patron. Sixteen chapters were represented at this meeting. Refreshments were served to 58 members and guests. The soloists, Louise Lundstrum and Evelyn Stegall, of Abingdon chapter, sang. The guestbook was in charge of Edith Johnson of Woodhull chapter and the hostesses were Martha Murphy, Mary Lincoln Chapter and Esther Anderson of the Oquawka chapter. Social Notes Of Oneida ONEIDA—The Oneida Woman's Club will meet at 8 p.m. Sept. 20 at the home of Mrs. David McMaster. Mrs. Merton Messmore was hostess to her bridge club Thursday in her home. Two tables of bridge were at play. High was held by Mrs. Messmore and second high by Mrs. Dale Tingleaf. The Just - A - Mere Club met Thusday at Loraine's restaurant with Mrs. Ona Courtright as host ess. Four tables of bridge were at play; Mrs. Helen Malcolm, Mrs. Laura Rice and Mrs. Marrietta Adams were awarded prizes. Birthdays Are Observed at Avon AVON — Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings of Avon entertained their sons Jeffrey Lee and Kerry Gene, at a recent dinner held in recognition of their birthdays Birthdays also observed were those of Mrs. Alice Ralston of New Windsor who will be 85 Oct. 20, and Mrs. ttoy Wertz and Mrs. Dale Dunlap of Monmouth. Jennings showed slides taken in Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida and Kansas. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wertz, Mrs. Alice Ralston, New Windsor; Miss Isola Ralston, Rock Island; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dunlap and family, Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed and Darcy, Oquawka; Mrs. Imogene Horner, Gary Lee Kness, Woodhull, and Donald Kness and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Perkins, Galesburg. Pork Will Be Choice Buy For Shoppers WASHINGTON (lift)— Meat buys, especially pork buys, are good this week, and there is an excellent choice of bountifulfruits and vegetables. Pork chops, hatfls, loin roasts, and smoked picnics top the list of best pork buys. Roasts and steaks arc the best beef buys, and veal roasts will also be choice buys. Lamb chops, broiler-fryers, turkeys, tuna, canned Maine sardines, fish sticks and fish portions round out the protein list. Dairy products and eggs are good buys this week. Among the best fruit and vegetable buys are green beans, cable, carrots, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, bell peppers, radishes, soft squash, and tomatoes, bananas, grapes, honeydews, pears and peaches, plums and strawberries. The featured fruit and vegetable buys are onions, potatoes, and apples. counters brimming with good vat-' as the best buy. Broiler-fryers and| boast a good variety of fresh veg Here is a look at food counters in Illinois. Food shoppers will find meat ues this weekend- pork predomi nating. At the same time, fresh vegetables will be in good supply and variety. Setting the pace for meats and poultry is pork, particularly bacon, smoked ham, butt roasts, short ribs, boneless cuts, and arm roasts all are recommended buys. Shoulder roasts and steaks are considered good choices in Iamb. In the poultry department, turkey gets the nod in some areas stewing chickens also are good selections. On a price per pound basis, small size eggs are considered the best buy. apples and grapes command the spotlight in fresh fruits as both are now hitting the stride of their harvest. Selective shopping also may turn up good buys in bananas, pears, and occasionally, watermelons, plums, or canta­ loups. Produce counters continue to etable values. Look for potatoes, sweet potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, squash, and tomatoes to be pan ticularly plentiful and attractivelj priced. Other good vegetable buys include snap beans, corn, dry on ions, beets, celery, cucumbers greens, green peppers, carrots, and radishes. Shoppers will find plenty clams, fillets, halibut, yello | perch, and scallops this week. son, Media; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Newton and daughter, Silvis; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols, Monmouth, and Mrs. Laurene Davis, Oquawka. A Quality SAUSAGE Just good borne-made sausage witb that good old fashioned flavor. Try it. 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