Burlingame, and Becky Lang, Burlingame, were this week’s winners
in the Christmas on Us shop-at-home contest, winning $50 scrip money
with a ticket from Jerry's Thriftway and McCoy’s Radio Shack,
OSAGE CITY—Two more winners in the Christmas on Us promotion
narrowed the amount of prizes that will be offered in the final
drawing Dec. 18 at Osage City High School auditorium.
Becky Lang, Burlingame, claimed one of the four numbers hidden in
last week’s advertisements. Lang’s ticket was pulled
from those collected at McCoy’s Radio Shack, Osage City, and
the number was hidden in the Santa Fe Trail Meats, Overbrook, advertisement.
Lang said she planned to spend her $50 winnings at Osage Hardware,
Charles Peterson, Burlingame, was another winner, with his ticket
pulled from those collected at Jerry’s Thriftway, Osage City.
The number was hidden in the Four Corners Steakhouse, Scranton,
advertisement. Peterson said he would probably use his $50 in scrip
money to buy groceries at Jerry’s.
One of last week’s unclaimed numbers was located in an ad
for Relaxation Station, Osage City, and was drawn from tickets at
Buzzard’s Pizza, Lyndon. The other unclaimed number was on
a ticket distributed by O’Bryhim’s Thriftway, Overbrook,
and hidden in the ad for D&D Tire, Scranton.
Five $50 instant prizes remain up for grabs during the third week
of The Herald-Chronicle’s Christmas on Us promotion, as the
countdown is underway for the grand prize drawing for two $1,000
prizes, and two $250 prizes, to begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18,
at Osage City High School auditorium. Everyone is invited before
the drawing to enjoy donuts, coffee and hot chocolate, served in
the school cafeteria, beginning at 8:15 a.m. The Santa Fe Trail
Choraliers will add to the holiday entertainment.
See pages 7-9A of this week’s Herald-Chronicle to find hidden
ticket numbers in the ads and a complete list of rules.
Through the Christmas on Us giveaway, Osage County merchants are
making sure that shopping at home pays. Not only do shoppers save
money, gas and frustration by shopping at home, they have a chance
to win part of the $3,000 being given away in the contest.
For every $10 spent at participating merchants, shoppers get a ticket.
Those who don’t buy, or who are just looking, can get a free
ticket each week by stopping by The Herald-Chronicle’s office.
No purchase is necessary to win.
You must be present at the grand prize drawing to win, and the scrip
money is only good at participating merchants. It is simple to win
but tough to decide where to spend the winnings with the 32 merchants
participating in the countywide contest.