Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 24
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24 Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday, Oct. 16,1963 N. Henderson Projects Get Patronage NORTH HENDERSON - A chicken and noodle sale sponsored by the women of the North Henderson Church was reported as a success. Food prepared for the occasion was sold out and the sponsors had requests for additional orders. A large crowd patronized the recent breakfast and bake sale tinder auspices of the LCW of the Zion Lutheran Church women. Jeff Tyrrell and Bob Schmidt of Joliet visited the Oct. 5 weekend with Tyrrell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tyrrell. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson of Galesburg were dinner guests' Wednesday of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Swanson. Mrs. William Nelson of Ophiem spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Orwig and daughters of Bettendorf visited the weekend here with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Orwig. His mother, Mrs. Lucy Orwig, returned home with them for a visit. Mrs. Albert Saylor, Mrs. Alice Armstrong and Mrs. William Nail visited Sunday with Mrs. Myrtle Swim at Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Q. LeMons of Galesburg visited Oct. 6 with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holmes and Iris. They helped Iris and Mrs. LeMons celebrate their birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaver spent a weekend with relatives at Alton. Mrs. Paul Johnson of Orion recently visited her father, Jim Shelley. Mr. and Mrs. George Stocking of Rochelle visited several days with, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Morgan and family. Mary Meeker R.N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meeker Mute -yea. &&cC Mickelberry's KING SIZE FRANKS; Serve Fresh Pineapple Sauce On Ice Cream When you meet up with a ripe pineapple, do try serving it this simple but delectable way. Oven-fried Chicken Brown Rice with Mushroom Sauce Green Peas Bread Tray Vanilla Ice Cream with Fresh Pineapple Sauce Beverage Fresh Pineapple Sauce 1 medium or large ripe pineapple 1 cup sugar % cup water Vk teaspoons vanilla Pare pineapple; cut into thin rings and core; slice into small wedge-shaped pieces. There should be 3 to 4 cups. In a saucepan (no larger than a quart) over low heat stir together the sugar and water until sugar is dissolved. Bring to a fairly gentle boil — bubbles should break closely over surface of water; boil for 7 minutes. Remove from heat; stir in vanilla; pour syrup over pineapple and cover tightly. Cool and chill. Serve as a sauce over vanilla ice cream. of North Henderson, and Linda Cameron R.N., left for Highland Park, where they have employment at the Highland Park Hospital. Leave Hospital David Benham has returned home from the Mercer County Hospital at Aledo. Miss Rose Mathers has returned home from Mercer County Hospital, where she had tests and observations. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nail, Ruth Ann and David were recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tornquist at Kewanee. They helped Julie Tornquist celebrate her first birthday. Mrs. Bess Newcomer visited Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tippett at Monmouth. Biologists from 30 to 60 nations are expected to participate in the International Biological Program, for the study of man's place in the world, and hopefully, to enlarge available resources for his future welfare. The program is to begin in 1965 and may last five to seven years. Fresh Red Tokay GRAPES . Lb 10c Sliced Sweet Frozen Strawberries IO '2-OZ. Box 17c Red—100 lbs.—$2.39 POTATOES 10 Lbs 25c COFFEE—10 oz. Instant- FOLGER'S -$1.09 *% Lb. Am Tin Pure Cane SUGAR 10 Lb * $419 1 Grade A—Small 1 EGGS 3 D ° x - 79c 1 Snow Dreft 1 Shortening \ Lb. Tin 59c 1 Rath's Mulberry 1 BACON / Lb. Mm Sliced 49c 1 Rath Slab—Rineless Chunk ^ 1 BACON < siiced39c > 3 Ibi. T l 1 Market Basket 1 CATSUP 14-oz. Bot. 15c 1 Gold Medal FLOUR 5 49c 2 -Lb. Ctn. 29c Seal Test Cottage Cheese YOU PAY LESS HERE TRADING POST Super 1515 E. MAIN ST. DANDEE DAVIS a bumper crop of savings 33 BOSTON STYLE PORK ROAST c lb LEAN BONELESS M ^gk PORK CUTLETS 59' U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED WHOLE FRYING P% BPI CHICKENSZ5 C ib GROUND BEEF 3 SAUSAGE 3 $100 OUR OWN COLUMBIA SLICED BACON 3 -T° FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG PEPSI-COLA 6 ° R 29 C Plus Dep. s p E C SWANS DOWN WHITE—YELLOW—DARK CAKE MIXES LIBBY'S CATSUP 2 SUPREME ASST. 14-oz. Bots. • • e • IDEAL BOXES |00! PICNICS I 29c PEARS 3 N -»r A L NANCY LEE Choc. Cookies ». 49c SPINACH 2 - 25c £ PEACHES " P 4 No. 2Vi $| 00 Cons | REJOYCE PINEAPPLE E C GRAPEFRUIT DRINK 4 - *l I LEAN MEATY PORK STEAK V t u E REJOYCE ORANGE DRINK 4 46-oz. Cans *1 M L Toilet Tissue 16 R0LLS l 00 ™ GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS - 1 Oc NORTHERN GROWN RED POTATOES 20 49c FANCY CAULIFLOWER WONDER WONDEHS 4 NEW GOLDEN LADLE DINNERS Now! Out of a box comes a delicious family dinner complete with lots of chicken! Or Beef! Or even Shrimp! BANQUET POT PIES Beef Turkey Chicken EACH IT WHIPS MILNOT GERBER'S STRAINED TWO TalLCan- WE RESERVE; THE RIGHT Q- CONVENIENT , MHHN . TO LIMIT LOCATIONS | YOUR FRIENDLY. ..... HOME OWNED | QUANTITIES Baby Food 3 Jar * 29c VISTA PAK CRACKERS Lb. Box 19c DAVIS STORES • AMERICA'S CUP COFFEE 2 Can 98C 1621 No. Henderson St. ^^^^ Knoxville Rd. * Route 150 Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday

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