Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 10, 1963 · Page 17
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Leg of Lamb Off 20 Cents Pound Retail By HK Associated Press Leg of lamb, offered at bargain prices, tops the list of weekend specials in supermarkets and neighborhood stores this week. A big Eastern supermarket chain is featuring lamb legs at 49 cents a pound, off 20 cents from last week. The oven-ready variety is tagged at 57 cents a pound, also off 20 cents. Other meat counter specials in* elude turkeys and cod steaks. Beef prices are higher in the East with sirloin steaks up 4 cents a pound from last week and rib roast up 10 cents. The price of eggs dipped 2 cents a dozen in some areas. Lamb production has been increasing seasonally and more lamb is available than at any time since early April. Supplies of beef are ample as marketings of cattle increase seasonally. The outlook for the new fall crop of potatoes is good. The harvest nationally is expected to be a little larger than last year. Grapes for table use, jams and jellies are plentiful this season. California grape growers will harvest a record crop of 3.3 million tons. Lower-cost selections among apples are the cooking varieties and Mcintosh. Special offerings on vegetable counters include washed spinach, large tomatoes, celery, brussels sprouts, avocado pears, sweet potatoes and string beans. READ THE WANT ADS! Ohioans Visit At Burgess BURGESS - Mr. and Mrs. Dale M. Phillippi of, Dayton, Ohio, are visiting at the home of their cousin, Miss Mona Palmer, and with other relatives and friends. They drove to Avon Sunday to visit a cousin, Rolla Phillippi, and also spent the afternoon at the home of another cousin, Mr. and Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Thursdoy, Oct 10, 1963 17 Mrs. Richard Sampson, of London Mills. Gerald Greer, who had been a patient in a hospital at Hinsdale, came home Saturday. Mrs. Greer drove to Hinsdale to take him home. The Woman's Organization will meet at the church Oct. 17 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Joe Gowdy, Mrs. Minnie Johnston a nd Mrs. Hale Baker are the hostesses. STRETCH your Food Dollars at Your Friendly Town & Country Redeem Your . . . Pillsbury Flour Coupon from last night's Golesburg Register-Mail at Friendly Town & Country. Full Trimmed — Quality Chuck Roast ib. ic GROUND BEEF tb 49c CERTIFIED SAUSAGE a 39c CORN KING BACON . .„ 49c EXTRA FANCY U/AIKFD'C TOWN & If ALHEK J COUNTRY VICTORIA QAD'C TOWN ft DUD J COUNTRY ONEIDA GIB'S TOWN ft COUNTRY NEW WINDSOR TFDDV'f T0WN * ICKKI J COUNTRY YATES CITY NELSON'S COUNTRY ALTONA VIOLA TOWN ft COUNTRY VIOLA BANANAS MUSCATINE JERSEY SWEET POTATOES ONIONS Brodie Quick Frozen Breaded Pork Tenders 4 Pkg ' 59c Medium Yellow _ Musselman ^ Applesauce L 25-oz. Glass Lbs. HEINZ ZESTY PURE TOMATO Aunt Nellies Orange Drink KETCHUP 14-oz. Btls. c WYLER'S SOUP MIX mil TOMATO I KETCHUFI Market Basket OLEO Colored Quarters • Beef Noodle Chicken Noodle Pkgs. • Vegetable • Chicken Rice 29c Mb. Ctns. NORTHERN PAPER ROLLS Towels IVMMMfjY .MILK. CARNATION Evaporated MILK 2-29c White or Colors Rolls CRISC0 DEMING RED PA SALMON 1/2 Size Oscar Mayer Luncheon Meat T . . . V/ait'\\ you bring home Brach't ' Choco\oto Candie%. Made with tine%t real chocolate and packed with real taite pfoatura. Buy 'em today. Royal Prince All Green ASPARAGUS :___2 No. 303 Cans 49c Market Basket CUT GREEN BEANS .2 No. 303 Cans 23c Rosedale PEAS 2 No. 303 Cans 29c DOG FOOD. HILLS MARKET BASKET Mb. Cans FLOUR 5 ^3° FOLGER'S Reg. - Drip COFFEE =» '1.79 c Chocolate Covered PEANUTS BMOG* MIX CHOCOLATE STARS MALT BALLS Boxes CAMAY IASU Reg. «9 Bars 25c IVORY 0% Med Mt Bars 21c DASH __ Giant Pkg. 79c PREMIUM DUZ Starter Size 59c THRILL LIQUID 10c Off 27-oi. label Size 55c SALVO DETERGENT — Reg. Size 41c All Types of 1 Meats Await Food Buyers WASHINGTON (UPI)-A variety of reasonably priced pork and beef cuts for hearty fall meals await shoppers this weekend. Pork cuts include bacon, ham, roast and spareribs. Beef choices include roasts, steaks and ground beef. Broiler-fryers will also be good buys. Vegetables to choose from are cabbage, carrots, celery, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, onions, peppers, sweet potatoes, tomatoes and white potatoes. Although somewhat limited there will still be good fruit buys in apples, grapes and grapefruit. Eggs and dairy products along with canned tuna, canned Maine sardines, fish sticks and fish portions will be other high protein foods taking the good buy label. Here is a look at food counters in Illinois. Ample supplies of red meats, poultry, and fresh produce at attractive prices await food shoppers this weekend. Pork continues to set the pace in the variety of cuts available. Hams, boneless loins, rib roasts, bacon, spareribs, and pork steaks all are expected to be wearing reasonable price tags. In the beef line, good choices will be chuck, pot, and sirloin tip roasts. Look for steaks—sirloin, porterhouse, and round—to be featured in many areas. Lamb leg roasts and chops are also recommended as good choices in some locations. Broiler-fryers and turkeys rate about equally well as good buys in the poultry department. Shoppers will find grapefruit in greater numbers and good quality this weekend. This citrus standout joins apples and grapes as the best buys in fresh fruit. Top values in vegetables include: Cauliflower, cabbage, car rots, squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, radishes, celery, green peppers, onions, lettuce, endive and escarole, spinach, and other greens. Clams, halibut, salmon, fillets, yellow perch, oysters, and lobsters are in good supply at fish mar kets this week. Dash of Salt Sharpens Flavor In Good Icing Chocolate cake with creamy coconut frosting makes a happy ending on this simple but delicious menu. Honeydew Melon with Lime Wedges and Green Grapes Baked Ham Relish Tray How Sourdough Bread Chocolate Cake with Creamy Coconut Frosting Beverage Creamy Coconut Frosting Va cup butter or margarine VB teaspoon salt 1 pound confectioners sugar, sifted 2 egg yolks 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons (about) milk or light cream 2/3 cup flaked coconut Beat butter until soft; add salt. Gradually beat in part of the sugar. Beat in thoroughly the egg yolks and vanilla. Beat in remaining sugar alternately with milk until smooth and of spreading consistency. Makes about 2Vfe cups. Spread over top and sides of chocolate cake baked in a 13 by 9 by 2 inch pan; sprinkle with coconut, nee Ceral Buttered, Seasoned for TV Viewers Ham Sandwiches with Mustard Nibbles and Nuts Fruit Bowl Cookies Beverage Nibbles aod Nuts Vz cup butter V\ teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons seasoning salt 6 cups bite-size shredded biscuits Vz cup grated Romano cheese Paprika 1 cup salted peanuts Melt butter in a metal pan (about 7 by 11 by 2 inches); remove from heat; stir in salts. Add rice biscuits and mix with seasoned butter. Bake in a moderate (350 degrees) oven until top layer is lightly browned — about 5 minutes. Turn over biscuits with a pancake turner and bake another 5 minutes or until browned. Sprinkle with cheese and paprika and turn over biscuits as you do so. Turn out in a single layer on waxed paper to cool. Mix with peanuts. Store in tightly covered container. SHOTTS Food Mart KNOWN FOR QUALITY 70S I. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 BONELESS RIB EYE STEAK Ib IOIN w RIB IND PORK ROAST " 49c CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS lb CHUCK or BLADE CUT BEEF ROAST LB 49c HAMBURGER 4 SI Sirloin Steak 79c Lb. NO. 1 CUT UP FRYERS lb Rath Blackhawk Sliced BACON c lb RINSO BLUE 59« \ Giant Box POWDERED or PLAIN, DOUGHNUTS Doz. 29^ SWISS MISS FRUIT PIES Apple • Cherry • Peach 4 ..r H.00 YELLOW or WHITE POPCORN WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES REDEEM YOUR BLUE BONNET MARGARINE COUPONS HERE.

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