Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1963 · Page 23
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 23

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 3, 1963
Page 23
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New Harvest At Markets WASHINGTON (Wt)-A greater variety of meats and vegetables awaits this week's shopper as the new harvest starts rolling in. Among the best meat buys are beef roasts, bacon, pork chops, pork roasts, spareribs, and lamb roasts. Brotler-fryers and turkeys are in good supply, Eggs, dairy products, canned tuna, canned Maine sardines, fish sticks, and fish portions complete the list el abundant foods. Beets, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, corn, cucumbers, endive, escarole, greens, onions, peppers, radishes, squash, and tomatoes are filling vegetable bins across the nation. Especially abundant vegetables are tomatoes and sweet potatoes. Cranberries are beginning to appear in markets now. Apples, grapes, bananas, and honeydews are the top buys in fruit this week. fut cranbefries and a variety of fall mekfftg will alio be ill good supply. Better values among vegetables iticlude potatoes, carrots, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, cauliflower, dquash, sweet potatoes, cabbage, corn, broccoli, beets, celery, cucumbers, endive, esca* role greens, radishes, spinach and eggplant Illinois shoppers will find that their best fish buys for the week* end are clams, halibut, salmon, fillets, yellow peach, oysters, and lobsters. News Briefs Of Belmont Here is a look at food counters in Illinois: Shoppers will find a wide selection of meats and poultry listed among the better buys this weekend. A variety of fruits and vegetables will also carry attractive price tags. Pork offers the widest variety of cuts among meats, with bacon, spareribs, chops and butt roasts all expected to be featured. Beef stew meat and rump roasts will head the list of good values in beef. Lamb roasts and veal shoulder roast also rate a listing in the best buy column. At poultry counters ample supplies of turkeys as well as stew ing hens and' fryers will be at tractively priced. Small eggs con tinue in abundant supply at prices that will appeal to budget-minded shoppers. At produce counters buyers will find an appealing array of apples, grapes, and bananas. Color- East Galegburg Homecoming Group Convenes EAST GALESBURG - A spe cia) meeting of the East Gales burg Homecoming Association was held recently at the East Galesburg Village Hall. This year's homecoming was discuss* ed. The board of directors expressed hope of eventually being able to purchase a playground area and equipment for the children of the village through the continued success of the homecomings. The annual meeting will be held Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Village Hail. It will be open to the public. Three members of the board of directors will be nominated and elected. BELMONT ~ Mr. and Mrs. Nathan jjunn^y spent the past week at the Farm Progress Show in Morton and called on their son* in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray darley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike at* tended a football game at Bradley Friday night. Mr, and Mrs. Russell Darrah, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dixon spent Sunday at the Everett Burns home In RushviUe. Pvt. Ed Raes is home on fur- ough. He has finished his basic training at Ft. Knox, Ky., and will receive further training at Ft. Sill, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike and READ THE WANT ADS! SAUSAGE *"« *OH Just good Home-made sausage with that good old fashioned flavor. Try it. Made by Joseph R. Peterson Ortsn. HI *„b?ksq. PCSHGSS Mkt» *»w ON THE SQUARE YOYO IN EACH BAG — RED DOT POTATO CHIPS -ST 39* HUNT'S APRICOTS OR M Big $4 BLUE PIUMS TJ Tins |, MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2 JLS 49< LARGE YELLOW BANANAS 10* NEW CARROTS, TURNIPS. RUTABAGAS, CABBAGE -Lb. ||| HILLS BROS. COFFEE K $ 1.19 FREE DELIVERY - 3 TIMES DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE CITY LEAN FRESH PORK LOIN PATTIES * 89* LEAN SLAB - PIECE or SLICED u49< FRESH CATFISH - FRYERS - BAKERS STEWERS - RABBITS TENDER LEAN Zr ROAST» 49*«» 59< SWEDISH IROWN BEANS - PEAS HEAD CHEESE - LIMPA - RYE KING OSCAR MAYER FRESH SLICED MINCED HAM OK Mtkd SPICED HAM - lb. i |Jf BABY BEEF LIVER - LARGE FORK CHOPS AAw SAUSAGE - BOILING BflF - -—Lb. ||9 FRESH SIP! - PORK HOCKS BEEF IY THI SIDE OR QUARTER FOR YOUR FREEZER Mr, and Mrs. Russell Darrah were MonJay callers at the Lawrence Lee home mar Kirkwood. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Dreher and children attended the Passion Play at the Galesburg High School Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fred* rickson and sons spent Sunday at the Wilbur Terpening home in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arm* strong, Mr, and Mrs. Torrence Free and Miss Judith McKelvie of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Artie Kitterman and Mr; and Mrs. David Stevens and Davie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stevens and son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Mount Prospect spent Sunday at the Stanley Stevens home. Mr, and Mrs. Torrence Free and the James Free family had a picnic supper at the Robert Free home in Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Ricketts and Mr. and Mrs. James Martin attended the Passion Play at Galesburg Sunday. Mr. an dMrs. Everett Fredrickson, Denise and Duane Ricketts were Sunday callers at the Edwin Dye home near Rio. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fredrickson and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carlson and Laurie of Monmouth ate dinner in Galesburg Sept. 26 and spent the remainder of the evening at the Carlson home. Gqlesburg Register-Mail, Galesbura, III. Thursday, Oct. 3, 1963 23 News Notes of Yates City Areit YATES CITY - Mrs. Glen Hflg* ers, accompanied by Mrs. $at and Mrs. Mary Brown of Maquort and Mrs. Bertha tlppTof Knoxviile, called on Mrs. Norwa Peck at the home of Dr. Marvin Eckberg in Galva Sept. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rogers, MY. and Mrs, Glen Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Seltzer, Mr. artd Mfs. Earl Quin of Cramer, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Swertzbaughu of Abingdon had Sunday dinner In Davenport as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones of Davenport. Gilson Church Announces Officers GILSON — Gilson Community Church has announced officers for the year. They are Mrs. Opal Burnough, superintendent; assistant superintendent, Lawrence Galyean; secretary, Mrs. Pat Brush; pianist, Claudette Stegall; assistant pianist, Wauneta Harrison. Mrs. Arlene Curry is superintnedent of the primary rooms of the Sunday school. Gilson Briefs Donald Steiner, a student at the University of Illinois, spent the weekend with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown. Mr. afld Mrs. Clyde Olson and children were callers at Galva and Neponset Sunday. Miss Becky Napier of Galesburg spent the weekend with Miss Judy Harman and was a visitor at the Gilson Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Lesley were visitors With relatives in Macomb Saturday. - * ••• - Unci Is Back SAN FRANCISCO (UPD-Full- back Mike Lind was restored to the active list by the San Francisco Forty Niners Wednesday. Lind has been out with injuries prior to the opening of the season. We eat only the muscle of the scallop. Town & Country's. .open season on VALUES CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS LB. 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Pkg. 23c . tm For Your Furniture Pledge Johnson's KLEAR 7-oz. Can 26-oz. Size V

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