Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 26, 1963
Page 16
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16 Golesburfl Register-Moil, Golesbura, I.I.I, Thursday, Sept. 26, 1963 Meat Variety Is Available This Weekend WASHINGTON (UPI) - Good buys In a variety of meat cuts and an abundant supply of vegetables highlight this weekend's shopping picture. Shoppers will find good buys in beef roasts and steaks, ham and pork roasts and lamb roasts. Both ready-to-cook turkeys and broiler fryers will be good poultry choices this week. At the produce counter, shop- ers will see good supplies of green beans, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, onions, peppers, radishes, squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes and white potatoes. Fruits for salad and desserts will include apples, bananas, grapes, and honeydew melons. In addition to meats and poultry, other high protein food buys will include eggs and dairy products as well as canned tuna, canned Maine sardines, fish sticks and fish portions. Here is a look at food counters in Illinois: Little or no change is expected in retail food prices from a week ago as meat, poultry and fresh produce continue to fill markets* with a more-than-ample supply. Shoppers are likely to find pork being offered in the widest variety of the attractively priced meat counter specials this weekend. Boston butts, chops, loin and rib roasts, and smoked ham all are recommended. Good choices in the beef line include chuck, rump, rib, round, and loin roasts, round steak and ground beef. Lamb leg roasts also are expected to be a good buy in some locations. in the poultry department, turkeys are considered an especially economical choice. Ample supplies of broiler-fryers continue to wear reasonable price tags. The best buy in eggs, on a Wataga Tot Is Honored WATAGA—Miss Jo Lynn Morgan was honored on her first birthday recently by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morgan of Wataga. Other guests present were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hoots, Gaylene and Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hepner, Vickey, Reta, Rex, Terry, and Darrell, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Morgan, Mike, Vincent, Sandy, and Bruce, Mrs. Russell Line, Nancy and Kevin, Mrs. Reba Morgan, Karen and Kathy, Mrs. Roy Smith, Dor- 'othy Dec, and Dennis, Miss Lois Morgan, Mrs. Ross Woodside, Mrs. Robert Blust, and Jackie, and Mrs. Charles Varner and Rickey. From Kansas Mr. and Mrs. Noah Fairow of Kansas City, Kan., are visitors in the home of their niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wynkoop of Wataga. While on vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Fairow also are visiting their nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Fairow of Galesburg and other relatives in the state of Illinois. price per bound basis—is the small size. Produce counters are getting more colorful every week, as the fall harvest brings in ample supplies of crops. Best buys in fruit will be apples and grapes. In some areas, bananas, pears, and melons will be good choices. Look for plentiful supplies of tomatoes, cabbage, squash, corn, cucumbers, peppers, potatoes and onions throughout Illinois. In some locations, other good values in fresh vegetables include: snap beans, carrots, eggplant, radishes spinach, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, lettuce and greens. Plenty of clams, fillets, halibut, yellow perch and scallops also await shoppers. News Notes Of LaFayette LAFAYETTE - The MYF of LaFayette held a wiener roast and hayride party Sunday at the Douglas Simmons farm. Raymond DeWolf and Bill Burhorn drove the hayracks. Mr. and Harold F, Todd and Gayle and Mr. and Mrs. Don Krans and Julie visited the antique and hobby show in Streator. The Todds were present at the antique and gun show two weeks ago in Peoria. Margie, daughter of Ivan Mallery, will leave for her home in California, • after coming here for her father's funeral last week. Benjamin Franklin published an almanac under the name of Poor Richard. They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo CONVINCED THE COLLE6E ART TEACHER SHE HAD NO DOUGH FOR THIN6S LIKE PAINTS t PALETTE,PADS >AND THE LIKE-" • I CANT Wggjf) ( gTH*f Iff* SgM EgW ^ ALL THE EXPENSIVE.A ^V ^U CAN 0|T WHAT VOU suppLiEs«»rrs JUST " IMPOSSIBLE Greenbush Unit Organizes Knitting Class GREENBUSH — The Greenbush Unit of Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Cleo Cannon Sept. 18. New officers took their offices at this meeting. A knitting class was announced to be available to the members of the Unit. Six lessons will be presented and will be taught by Mrs. James Connell in Monmouth. Mrs. Merlyn Anderson, 4-H chair­ man, announced the Greenbush 4-H Baste and Taste Club had been organized with 23 girls. Mrs. Leo Mitchell, music chairman, gave a paper on the "Life of Marian Anderson." The short feature lesson entitled "Public Eating Places" was given by Mrs. John Kramer. The major lesson entitled, "Fashion and You" was given and discussed by Mrs. Don Schmal- shof and Edith Simmons. Thunder can be heard for a distance of about 15 miles. Church Benefit Realizes $1,450 ALPHA — Approximately 725 persons attended the dinner Sunday at the Legion Hall in Alpha sponsored by St. John's Catholic Church. Proceeds cleared from the affair, which included the dinner, a country store booth, candy booth and a prize promotion amounted to $1,450. Mrs. James Bugos was chairman assisted by Mrs. Richard Geiger, Mrs. Merrill Norberg and Mrs. Dale Johnson. News Notes Of Elmwood ELMWOOD - The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met recently at the church. Mrs. Van Dettum conducted the devotions, Mrs. Ray Smith, with the assistance of Mrs. Dick Shoop, Mrs. Sheley and Mrs. Eldon McKown, presented . the program. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Henrietta Nixon, Mrs. Harry McDonald and Mrs. Eldon McKown. Mr. and Mrs. David North and family of Boscobel, Wis., spent a weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nelson. Other visitors in the Nelson home were Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson and family of Smithfield, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fryer and family of Elmwood. Mrs. Blanch Kemp entertained Mrs. Eva Purcell, Mr. and Mrs. William Mangum and son and Mrs. Florence Reed at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Cole and Mrs. Una Shults of Decatur spent a day with Mrs. Elta Welsh at Elmhaven. Mrs. John Griggs and Mrs. Clyde Archibald visited Wednesday with Mrs. Phil Kratzer at East Peoria. Attend Dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Griggs and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Archibald attended a potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips at Trivoli Sunday, the occasion being the 55th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Burtnett Harshbarger and Diane of Springfield and Mrs. Cecil of Peoria spent a night with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Howerton. Mrs. Laura Ekstrand was a recent supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Likes and Mrs. Nellie Wells at Brimfield. Howard Bernard, surgical patient at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, is improving as well as can be expected. His room number is 455. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison from Torrance, Calif., are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morrison. Roy returned to his home from Graham Hospital Sept. 14. Montezuma II was the last Aztec emperor of Mexico. That's the price of a new Hammond Organ at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. 564 N. Henderson St. NEW SPORTIVE LOOK! An All Star Line-up of %th and 3 A Length Stadium Coats! %tfc length corduroy coat pictured ftbove. Double breasted style with pott, thru bell. Grfoo acrylic pile lifted bood and body, Gceea or aoteiope. Sizes S to 18. % length Glenfluffy acrylic coat with a shaggy fur like look. Double breasted notch collar style as pictured above. White ooly. 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