Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 27
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 27

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, October 9, 1963
Page:
Page 27
Start Free Trial
Cancel

28 Golesburq Register-Moil, Galesburg, Improving Streets at Keithsburg KEITMSBURQ - The City Council had 575 tons of gravel unloaded on Sixth Street between Main and Jackson. Workers started Friday to gravel the first six blocks on Main Street from the river and other streets will be resealed where needed. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dodson has purchased the home of the late Mrs. Cora Humphreys and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Barnhouse bought the Dodsons' home. Both families will move sometime next week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nylin brought their infant daughter home Friday from St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg, where he was receiving treatment from a baby specialist. Those attending the 75th anniversary of the Eastern Star at Aledo Friday from Keithsburg were Mrs. W. L. Mellinger, Mrs. Learn Steubinger, Miss Ethel Ditto, Mrs. Carrie Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. James K. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sheriff. Mrs. Verna Louck of Keithsburg and her niece, Mrs. Margaret Fryear of Oquawka, Friday called on the former's brother, Clifford Essex, who is critically ill in the Monmouth Hospital. Kenny Krusmark, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krusmark, received a broken collarbone when he fell from the school playground slide Oct. 3. He was taken to the Mercer County Hospital, where he was fitted to>a brace. The first meeting of the Thursday Club for the year was held at the home of Mrs. Fred Bryant. The program for the cbming year; will be of a miscellaneous nature. Mrs. William Henry read an article on drugs and driving. Mrs. W. A. Hardin won the guessing game prize. Coloradoan Calls at Rio Home RIO — Doyne Bruner of Colorado Springs, Colo., called at the home of Mrs. Roger Loveridge Thursday. He was en route to Indianapolis, Ind. Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Leafgreen was guest of honor at a dinner in the LeClaire Hotel in Moline Sept. 29 to celebrate their 39th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dev-: lin and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allison, New Windsor; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor, Woodhull; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson and Miss Jobie Leafgreen, Rio, and Donald Eiker of Victoria. Rio Briefs Eureka Club met in the home of Mrs. Warren Dye Wednesday. Prizes went to Mrs. Fred Pitman, Mrs. Ed Olson, and Mrs. Robert Cheline. Guy Billing has returned home Wednesday from a 2-week visit with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Billing in Colorado Springs, Colo. Let Seafood Star as Luncheon Entree Shrimp Salad Cornmeal Muffins Cookies Beverage Shrimp Salad 2 cans (4V-. ounces each) cleaned deveined shrimp 4 tablespoons salad oil 2 tablespoons wine vinegar 2 tablespoons mayonnaise 2 tablespoons chili sauce 1 teaspoon prepared mustard 1/3 cup diced celery 1/3 cup diced cucumber Salt and pepper to taste 1 shallot, minced (if desired) Salad greens Drain shrimp; rinse in cold water; drain again. Beat together well the oil, vinegar, mayonnaise, chili sauce and mustard. Mix shrimp, dressing, celery, cucumber, salt, pepper and shallot (if used). Arrange on salad greens. Makes 4 servings. Bobby Richardson of the Yankees made 12 hits in the 1960 World Series and got nine hits in the five-game Series of 1961. ffate yea &acC Mickelberrvk BACON Low Prices-High Quality 3 e Get Both at Kroger . Everyday * Win Cash! Play"Sac-A-Dough"at Kroger *fA UB) ft OPIN SUNDAY 960 A.M. t» fttOO P.M. . M %^ »A*. m m I Prleet ettectfre thru Sat., Oct. No Obligation * Nothing to buy * Win Cash Fro*! 32c Country Club Country Club BUTTER I ICE CREAM 1 lb. Roll With Coupon below & $5.00 purchase—ONLY Sore 10c—Morton FROZEN Cherry Apple-Peach 8" Pies Fruit Pies Sliced & Halves No. 2Vi Can 29 29 Kroger FREESTONE Peaches 4 for69c Mix or Match Sale Kroger tasty Kroger Garden APPLESAUCE 4 (or 69* SWEET PEAS 4 „, r 69* LIBBY TOMATO JUICE 29c 46 oz. Can KROGER NON-FAT INSTANT MILK Pkg. 07fE KROGER GRADE "A" Fresh MILK Plastic /A, Gallon OY£ KROGER CREAMY Cottage Cheese 25c Pilltbury's Best FLOUR 5-Lbs. With Coupon on Page 21 19 Half Gallon With Coupon & $5.00 purchase! ONLY VEtll IIIDDAUCni New - He,vy Duty Formu,i HCn IllirilUWCU! provides power-pecked cleaning action. Rough on dirt and soil-yet gentle to clothes and hands. Makes whites whiter—colors brighter. KANDU Detergent King Size 99c — Giont Size 59c — Reg. Size 25c 3c OFF—Northern Bathroom Tissue 4 «°'»29c Kroger Small EGGS 3 — 89c Save 5c—Kroger Saltines b « 24C Save 5c—Avondale Cider Vinegar £ 10c Save $27.50 with food purchases on Club Aluminum Cook ware! Plus 100 top Value Stamps with coupon below! With Food Without Food Purchase 10 in. open fry pan $2.99 15 in. oval covered roaster 7.99 10 in. griddle 2.99 Purchase $ 5.95 12.95 5.45 IT FLOATS IVORY SOAP 4 "ST" 29c FOR WORKING HANDS LAVA SOAP 2 Large Bars CREAMY PASTEL CAMAY SOAP 2 21c Pre-Season Sale 81c 35c CONTAINS BLEACH OXYDOL Giant Size MILD GENTLE IVORY FLAKES Box 2 for 69c MILD TO HANDS IVORY LIQUID ".,r 37c 99 44/100% PURE IVORY SOAP 2 l 3 33c SO MILD LIQUID JOY •S 37c FOR CLEANER CLOTHES Improved TIDE Large ZA^ Box Am for 07i£ NEW PINK DREFT Size W\ for 69c MILD GENTLE IVORY SNOW 2 for 69* Large Box FEEL REALLY CLEAN Prestone or Zerex «• $1.69 700 Extra Free Top Value Stamps with these Bonus Value Coupons! VALUAftkt raau COUFOK eflBff COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase ol SS.00 of Mora Expires Sat., Oct. 12 Limit 1 (14) ZEST SOAP 2 S 29c Marsh Seedless or Red GRAPEFRUIT for Silver Platter—Family Pack* •A full 5 to 7-lb. Rib Half Sliced into Pork Chops PORK CHOPS - 49c KROGER CUT — BONELESS BEEF Boston Roll Roast ». 79c Kroger Fresh FRYING CHICKEN PARTS Breasts, Legs -or- ^^m£ Thighs Lb. •* B f Hy-Grade Bacon Flavored Pork Sausage ..lb. roll 39c U.S.D.A. Choice Lamb Shoulder Roast lb. 39c Silver Platter — Boston Butt Boneless Pork Roast lb. 49c Oscar Mayer Sliced Bologna 7-oz. pkg. 29c Oscar Mayer Braunschweiger 8-oz. pkg* 29c Hygrade Braunschweiger 2-lb. stick 89c Wilson Spiced Luncheon Meat 3-lb. tin 99c Country Style Spare Ribs lb. 49c EXTRA FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS and with o $2.00 Fruits or more or Vegetables? Pu coupon rchose below Fresh -JUPON WORTH ™ 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purcha»« of any Club Aluminum Cookware Expire* Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit I (2) VAtUAULi COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase of Boston Roll Roast or 3 lb*, or more Ground Beef Expire* Sal.. Oct. 12 Limit I (7) COUPON WORTH 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase 4 loave* Kroger Bread Expire* Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit 1 (3) COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase of 1-lb. pica. Oicar Mayer Skinless Wieners Expire* Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit 1 (I) hiA' .<j,ri«„'.;,t'„.-....,i,ii VALUA9L* COUPON COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase iA gallon Kroger Sherbet Expire* Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit 1 (3) COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase of Cut-Up Frying Chicken Expires Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit 1 (9) T ^aws »f mum?-" ., .-,„ „t -h,,,"... —i VAUUAfMlf COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase of 2 pkg*. Kroger Candy Expires Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit! (4) COUPON WORTH 100 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase of 92.00 or mora Produce Expire* Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit 1 (10) COUPON WORTH 50 FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS with purchase two packs Archway Cookies. Expires Sat.. Oct. 12 Limit 1 (5) < j WW C i» < > ** 1 - Mcintosh — Eatlaf COUPON WORTH 100 FREE TOP VALUf STAMPS with purchase of I lb, pko. Hyorede Western r Thick llic»4 Bacon mm APPLES Qolden Dallclo APPLES il| Bartlett PEARS 4£49< d., 59* 6,. 39< Idaho COUPON WORTH 32c Cosh off with purchase of 15.00 or more on Country Club Butter Expires 1st.. Oct. 12 Limit l COUPON WORTH 40c Cosh off | with purchaM of M-00 or more on Country Club lea Cream i<4 POTATOES C H» Wisconsin Whilst Wf •a^aF^s^sjppapp ww ^st^anl' POTATOES £ M" Michigan sne-wfeitt sa. CAULIFLOWER 29c

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free