Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 20
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4 Golesbur ister*Moif. Galesburi Thursda Turkeys Are T On Market as Meat Leader ***** ***** Fall 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 lar^e sunplies of rice and season- peak selections of many fresh ve^tables. Fruit counters continued to offer considerable variety, with summer berries and melons overlaying inio fall tree fruits. The turkey crop is expected to Trim 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 the seasonal year peak hens and ago as tapers off. Stewing roasters are also featured. Beef attractions include rib roasts, chuck roasts and steaks. ^rodi^ti^n is beqinninq its rut Club At Maquon 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 M y e r s 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 slides of pictures taken during their trip to Europe last year. Miss Addie HaLsey and Mrs. Virginia Sulteen will be the hostesses. show fall pickup and prices are this Iready reflecting tnis in some areas. Chops, loins and some cured varieties are most widely offered. Cold storage slocks of fish are about 10 per cent higher than a GREENBUSH—The Good year ago, so many stores are of- chapter, Order OES Chapter At Good Hope Hosts Guests of the fering 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. Hope Eastern ***** WW Newton Family Holds Reunion KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mas. 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 Stronghurfct. Other families present were Ray Musser and family, Smithshire; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Musser, Mrs. Victoria Musser and Food Mart KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 GRADE A-NO. 1 CUT-UP tin"*. • r T' 4 JI • - V- J F BONE •• v. JT 1 + 4 1 1 1 n 0 i ti lb. HAMBURGER lbs. STEAK •A IP m m #31 m ftp m m m m LETTUCE Large Head JONATHAN APPLES ill. 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. ocial Notes r L Of Oneida ONEIDA—The Oneida Woman's Club will meet at 8 p.m. Sept. 20 at the home of Mrs. David McMaster. Mrs. Mer to n 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 hostess. Fopr tables of bridge were at play; Mrs. Helen Malcolm, Mrs. Laura Rice and Mrs. Mar- riefcta 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, ftoy 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. son, Media; Mr. Newton and Mr. and and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Monmouth, Jay Sil vis; Charles Nichols, and Mrs. Davis, Oquawka. Laurene A Quality S/l USA GE Just good home-made sausage with chat good old fashioned flavor. Try it. Made by Pork Will Be Choice Buy For Shoppers WASHINGTON (UPD- Meat buys, especially pork buys, are good this week, arid there is an excellent choice of "bountiful fruits and veal roasts will also be choice buys. Lamb chops, broiler-fryers, turkeys, tuna, canned Maine dines, fish sticks and fish round out the protein list. and sar* rtions are and vegetable Pork chops, harils, loin roasts, and smoked picnics top the list of best pork buys, Roasts and steaks are the best beef buys, I bage, carrots, corn, cucumbers, Dairy products and eggs good buys this week. Among the best fruit ahd veg stable buys are green beans, cab lettuce, bell peppet& 9 radishes, soft squash, and tomatoes, bananas, grapes, horaydews, pears and peaches, plums and strawberries. The featured fruit and vegetable buys are onions, potatoes, and apples. counters brimmiflg with good vaP as the best buy. Broiler-fryers and good Here is a look at food counters in Illinois. Food shoppers will find meat ues this weekend-pork predomi- stewing chickens also are good|etable values. Look for potatoes, sweet potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, squash, and tomatoes to be particularly plentiful and attractively priced. Other good Vegetable buys include snap beans, corn, dry on- beets, celery, cucumbers, natfng. 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 lamb. In the poultry department, turkey gets the nod in some areas selections. On a price per pound basis, small stee eggs are considered the best buy. Xpples and grapes command the spotlit ta fresh fruits as both are now hitting the stride of their harvest. Selective shopping also ba- may turn up good and nanas, pears, watermelons, plums, loups. buys in occasionally, or canta- Produce counters continue to ions, greens, green and radishes. peppers, carrots, Shoppers will find plenty clams, fillets, halibut, yell* perch, and scallops this week. of 0 loam md County FOOD STORES WALKER'S TOWN A COUNTRY TOWN A COUNTRY TOWN ft COUNTRY NEW WINDSOR TOWN ft COUNTRY TOWN ft COUNTRY YATES CITY NELSON'S TOWN ft COUNTRY mm i * * » 1 J I * # • ' nquet * * + J * »1 • hi I w i •vX 'jt 1 v.'.v CHICKEN TURKEY Boston Butt__ Jb. Wilson's Certified ALL MEAT 11-oz. Size Sweet Potatoes FLAVORKIST CRACKERS Mb. Box 29c EXTRA FANCY BANANAS FRESH CRISP Snowdrift 100% Vegetable DEEP BROWN BEANS ROYAL PRINCE PEAS LaCHOY NOODLES 14-oz. Cans No. 303 Cans Ho. 303 Cans 23* 29* HUNT'S Yellow Cling HALVES or SLICED irdsey Quick Frozen 10-or Pkgs. PIEDMONT No. 2Vi Cons CACHES i Lb. Loof i MARKET BASKET Tomato Juice 46-oz. Cans Redi-Meat . . by Broadcast PILLSBURY Extra Light PANCAKE •Lb. Pkg. Pillsbury Hungry Jack PANCAKE MIX 2-lb. Pkg. 43c Staley s SWEETOSE 6c Off Label Ma rown Strawberry Preserves 12-ox. Jar KING SIZE Equals 1 Gal. + 1 Qt. + 1 Pt. 12-oz. Tin Full Quart Broadcast s 69c 31c BEEF STEW BEEF Mb. Tins 15-or. TAMALES—Size 7c Off Label Tooth Paste Reg. 83c Size POTTED MEAT— VIENNA Reg. SU© SAUSAOf—Tin ACTIVE Size Gitnt Size BREEZE 5c OFF LABEL Pkgs. LIQUID 22-oz. 1 2- PZ. Size J i i

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