Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1963 · Page 22
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22 Golesburg Regsiter-Moil, Golesburq, III, Thursday, Oct. 17, 1963 Ample Supply Of Meat for Food Buyers By The Associated Press Shoppers will find a wide variety of favorably priced beef and pork cuts at grocery and supermarket meat counters this weekend. Willi large supplies of steers and hogs coming to market, many food merchandiers are featuring beef roasts and steaks and pork roasts, chops, spareribs and smoked hams. A bountiful supply of turkeys is beginning to reach retailers, especially in the Northeast, Midwest and Southeastern regions. Broilers-fryers, stewing hens and lamb are among attractions in scattered places. One national chain is offering both beef and pork specials, with boneless round roasts and top sirloin priced at 85 cents a pound in the New York area. On the West Coast, beef loins were reported around 3 cents a pound lower except in the Los Angeles area. On fruit counters, fall apples were plentiful and good. Cranberries were coming in, and SHOTTS Food Mart KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 FREE! Coffee & Sandwiches made from Colonial Bread — Fri., Oct. 18 —Sat., Oc. 19. U.S. TOP GOOD CHUCK or BLADE Lb. ROAST 49c U.S. NO. 1 CUTUP FRYERS Lb. 29c U.S. TOP GOOD Round Steak Lb. 79c HAMBURGER 3 *l 00 MORRELL'S PRIDE SLICED BOLOGNA Lb. 39c DEL MONTE CATSUP 2 Bodies 29c OSAGE FREESTONE PEACHES No. 2Vi $| 00 Cans I 4 NO. 1 JONATHAN APPLES Lb 1 Oc BULK OYSTERS Full 16 oz. Pint - 98c FREEZER SPECIAL U.S. GRADED GOOD BEEF by the half u 50c This Includes Processing VIEW WITH A ROOM—Furniture showing on one of the floors of a 27-story apartment house rising in Pittsburgh's golden triangle is in an "apartment" with natural air conditioning. Interior designers will be along later, presumably—after the walls are up. grapefruit and avocados were increasing in supply. Grapes continued to be a fruit attraction in the Midwest and other regions. In the vegetables, widespread attractions included cabbage, broccoli, potatoes, celery, sweet potatoes, squash, green beans, carrots and peppers. Williams field PTA to Convene WILL IAMSFIELD - Rev. Phillip Snider will be speaker at the Oct. 21 meeting at the local Parent-Teacher Association at 7:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. He has chosen to speak on "Unfinished Potential." Membership dues may be paid to membership committee chairman, Mrs. Hugh Doubet. Dues are 25 cents per person. Refreshments will be furnished by the junior class parents. Mrs. Fred Quick Jr. and Mrs. Ivan Heffernan are the room mothers who will be hostesses, READ THE WANT ADS! Clover Township Firemen Host To Supper Party WOODHULL - Clover Township firemen and guests attended a steak supper Sunday evening at the Village Cafe. Those present included the d i s t r i c t trustees, Harold Holmes, Henry Faulkner and Fay Bell and their wives. Sixteen firemen were present at the regular meeting Oct. 8 when Chief Wayne Falline conducted the session. Trial runs were made with the fire trucks. The firemen are to sponsor a drive for funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Foundation. Woodhull Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Pearson and Don Nelson spent two days in Chicago, when the men attended Masonic Grand Lodge at Medina Temple. Mrs. Curtis Broline and Mrs. Ethel Sargeant of Woodhull, attended the Tri-State Beauty convention in Burlington. Rachel I Shop Owners Expect Good Yule Trade By JACK LEFFLER NEW YORK (AP) - It's too early for most of us to think about Christmas shopping. But it's uppermost in the minds of merchants. It looks like a good season ahead. The National Retail Merchants Association predicts that Christmas buying will run as high as $3 billion, exceeding the 1962 total by 2 per cent. "Retailers are justifiably optimistic about their Christmas prospects this year with bust ness conditions good and con sumers wealthy and inclined to spend," says the Value Line Investment Survey, a research organization. Merchants who have long since ordered their Christmas wares are beginning to receive them and already are making plans to get an early jump on the selling season. This year there will be five fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving Day and Christmas, the traditional buying period. To offset this, toy departments will be bursting into life as early as November 1. And although people do their Christmas shopping when they finally feel the seasonal urge, merchants will try to inspire that urge before Thanksgiving arrives. Stores also will stay open longer hours and more evenings in an effort to win back those five lost days. Christmas buying represents 18 per cent of the entire year's sales and this is a big factor in the annual profit picture. The mail order houses also are getting ready for the yule season. The big four — Sears, Roebuck &Co.,; Montgomery Ward & Co.; Spiegel, Inc., and Aldens, Inc.—will distribute more than 23 million Christmas catalogs. Prices listed in the new catalogs are about the same as last year but toys are lower. Beit Gift! PRINTED PATTERN INFANT DOLL 'WARDROBE 4870 FOR DOLL 10"-20" TALL OquawhaTots Attend Show OQUAWKA - A group of ehil* dren from Oquawka Friday went to Rock Island, where they were guests on Grandpa Happy's program on TV station WHBF. The children Included Lu Ann, Mark, Karen and Steven Lumbeck, Nancy Richmond, Barbara Bailey, Billy and Danny O. Sullivan, Scott Martin, Patty Ohler and Joni and Laurie Hultgren. They were accompanied by Mrs. Harold Lumbeck and Mrs. Gary Martin. Mrs. Arlington Gittings and daughter Deanna visited their sister and aunt, Mrs. Fern Robert near Lomax Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Pendergraft of Burlington was a guest of Mrs. Beulah Braun Sunday. During the afternoon, Mrs. Florence Ives of Abingdon called in the home of Mrs. Braun. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Devore and children of Farmington, spent the weekend here with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Devore, and also with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Bellman in Gladstone. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barron and her daughter and Miss Dianne Curry spent the weekend with their son and brother, Michael Curry and family in Champaign, Group Dines at Henderson Grove NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lynch of North Henderson were honored at a surprise dinner Sunday at the home of their son Floyd and family of Alexis. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lynch and family of Wataga; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Fields of North Henderson; Mr, and Mrs. Harry Ditman of Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lynch of Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kruse and family of Chillicothe. The Lynch family received a set of china from the guests. The GianttJ* 1933 won 91 games and JfMtyhe National League flag Jilt He New York club two years later won the same- | number and finished third. . Club Supper Conducted at St. Augmtine ST. AUGUSTINE - The 1M1 Matrons and Patrons Club of the Galesburg area held a potluck supper at the St. Augustine Community Center Oct. 12, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riggins of Avon and Mrs. Maude Ryan of St. Augustine were the host and hostesses. Pete McCoy showed slides of a New England trip. St. Augustine Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Meche of Chicago and her mother, Mrs. Ethel Wick of Sunnyland, spent Saturday in the home of Mrs. Nelle Smith. The Merry-Go-Round Sewing Club met in the home of Mrs. Jim Bodenhammer. Recreation was led by Mrs. Nelle Smith. Grant Ryan is a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City. His room number is 6W-82. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schisler of Abingdon were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ralston. Paul Morphy of New Orleans is the only American ever to hold the world's chess title. He was champion from 1838 to 1862. Creek of New Windsor accompanied them. NOT*.: sana pailarn ordari direct to NAW York. Watch addraaa balow Ordari win NOT ba accepted at Oaleabura newspaper atitc* Delight a little girl with this beautiful baby-doll wardrobe. Easy-sew pattern includes bunting, snow suit, overall set, coat, hat, dress, slip, panties. Use scraps. Printed Pattern 48ft>: For dolls 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 30 inches. Please state size. FIF i > CENTS tn coins tot tt »J* pattern—add 16 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Sand to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mall 411. Pattern Dept. 243 W 17th St., New York U, N Y Prlnl Plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLF NUMBER PATTERN FREEl MaU coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, .-eady now I Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catal >g. Fairview Briefs FAIRVIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Doubet of Williamsfield. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Breckenridge were callers Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oneta Miller and her sister Miss Lurley Witt in Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Turner of Quincy spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Irene West. The goal in ice hockey is six feet wide and four feet high. SMITES FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. PHONE 343-9040 WE RESERVE JJIOHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ARMOUR SLICED BACON 3 . B, FIRM RIPE BANANAS «> 1 Oc SAVADAY BLEACH GO , 39c WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS b 25c WASHED RED POTATOES 20 *. 55c MARKET BASKET GREEN BEANS 5c.„. 50c SMALL B.B.Q. SPARE RIBS »>• 39c U.S. NO. 1 JERSEY Sweet Potatoes 4 »>. 25c LUCKY BOY BREAD 2 <», 37c CHOICE ARM BEEF ROAST 49c LARGE TOKAY GRAPES 2»»• 29c BECKS SALAD DRESSING *39c PIEDMONT CHEESE FOOD SPREAD 2 •» 49c FROZEN Strawberries ».„ 19c PIUSBURY - BALLARD BISCUITS 5 ~* 50c BEEF SALE! PORK SALE! SIDES OF BEEF 240-POUND SOD 60 Side of BEEF 270-POUND Side of BEEF Total Price 145 80 Total Price (PRICES INCLUDE ALL PRICES) New 3 Pound Pack Sausage Patties (7 PATTIES PER POUND) 53' per pound ALSO... 10-lb. pock of SAUSAGE ...only 49c per lb. Vi OF HOG SALE- 80 to 100 Pounds $ 28 00 to $ 35 00 PRICES INCLUDE ... Cutting — wrapping — curing — trimming — freezing — seasoning — rendering. Introducing ... 50-lb. FREEZER BOX (Completely Trimmed — No Waste) • STEAKS • ROAST • GROUND BEEF PATTIES • SAUSAGE PATTIES All the Cut: You Get in a Half of Beef Reg. Price $39.95 SPECIAL Ask About Our "Deferred Payment Plan" — No Carrying Charge Weekend SPECIAL DRY Hickory Smoked WHOLE HAM 49 No Water Pumped Hams at WESTERN ZERO LOCKER lb Introducing • •. NEW 3-POUND PACK GROUND BEEF PATTIES Your Choice 4 patties per pound or 6 patties per pound C per lb. Also New... 10-Pound FREEZER PACK GROUND BEEF 55c WESTERN ZERO LOCKER 456 EAST SOUTH STREET PHONE 343-2161

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