Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
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PAOB TWBNTY.8IX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1«2 tdmt f«f Meal* AtfERIOAM BfAUTY SPAGHETTI OH MACARONI 3 7-01. f»kit. For L«nf«n meals wifh sparkle ind variety, b« tur« to check th« fine variety available it your neighborhood Tom- Boy Store. Budget-pricid, too, to help you itiy within the budget. LIBBY'S or SNOW CROP FROZEN FOODS GOLDEN BLOSSOM PINEAPPLE JUICE 25" DELICIOUS FLAVOR LIBBY'S DEEP BROWN BEANS 2 E n0 .* 23" ORANGE JUICE 2 RASPBERRIES ................. 12-01, pk|, 37e PEAS ................................ lO-oz, pkf. 23c SPINACH ............................. 14-01. pkf, 25c JOYFUL -RICH RED COLOR TMATO JUICE X 36e 48-oz, Can 25 QUICK, EASY TO PREPARE INUTE RICE 2 K 25< PLAIN OR IODIZED QIANT ECONOMY SIZE TREND Curt Creaia Fait. Special Low Price 41' Morn Than 2 Full Pound* In Package.., MORTON SALT 2 * 19* CAMPBELL'S CLAM CHOWDER -18 OLD VIENNA QUALITY POTATO CHIPS • Separate 8-oc. Vkg». In One Bl|r HnnVly Pk*, L. 69' KORN KURLS, pkf. 30o GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES Seedless 5 Lb. Bag Lb. Valinoia . , , , , ** Bag (Special Florida Citrus Sale — B est Source of Needed Vitamin C.) 5 37' 35 TOM BOY COFFEE 79" Lb. Bag . JOYFUL COFFEE % 77' GREEN BEAN$F,,h P.™, u>. 19° PASCAL CELERY 2 a 15 (Special Florida Vegetable Sale —Healthful and Economical.) CALIFORNIA Calavo Brand, Try in Salad. Each Tow-/Joy Stores have available a complete line of Top Quality Grass & Garden Seeds & Seed Potatoes* — TOM BOY "FLAVOR PLUS" MEATS — BONELESS ROAST U- S. CHOICE BEEF S un ! y . From R ? un . ds u,99' HUNTER'S Olio 1'uk MAYROSK By the 1'iece WIENERS 55c THURINGER . . . 69c LEAN B -V '•"« I'icoc PORK STEAKS . . 53c BRAUNSCHWEIGER 55c PORK BUTT ROAST EL* u, 39' LUER'S Self Sorvico 1'kir. SUNRISK or LUKR'S — .Sliced Kr«o » KINGS X BACON . 39c BACON 39c Small, Fiincy Slnh, 2 to 3 Lli. Pieces U. S. CHOICE BONELESS ROUND CORNED BEEF u. 79' — TOM BOY "flavor plus" DAIRY DEPT. — TOM BOY "flavor plu»" TOM BOY "flavor plus" OLEO 25c BUTTER, is .... 86c BEER CHEESE . . 65c AGED CHEDDAR... 69c Visit Our Sea Food Dept. For Your Lenten Needs Armour's—Fine Flavor 1'j-oz. Can CORN BEEF . . 49c Armour's Sliced S'.-j-nz. ,lar DRIED BEEF . 40c Peter Pan—Smooth or Orunohy Big \t-rn. Jar PEANUT Butter 37c Star-Ki»t — Green l.nhcl No. !-j Can CHUNK TUNA. 34c Blue Label 24-oz. Jar KARO SYRUP . 2lc Pint* of Cooking OU MAZOIA , .' 33c Add... Complexion Bars DIAL SOAP 2 r.r 29c _/ Serve Hot Cross Buner Buns Kretiohmar Germ of 12-oz. Jar WHEAT , , , . 3lc PHUbiir.v Pancake 20-oz. Pkg. FLOUR . , . . I8c Vermont Muiil I'.'-oi. Bottle SYRUP . , , , 25c Suitshiut' Ilisruit Crurkcrii 1-lh. Ho\ HI-HO Crackers 35c Fre»hllk« 14>i.oz. Can PEAS ..... I9c A SPEED/E SHORf-CUT METHOD SMI..... .4 cups Occident Fwmly Flour Scald....! CUp mitjc Add % cup sugar 'A cup butter I teaspoon salt Cool to lukewarm. Add I package yeast softened in M cup lukewarm water Sfend b. .2 eggs 1 teaspoon cinnarooo U teaspoon mace M teaspoon nutmeg I teaspoon grateo lemon rind .K the flour; .'/> cup currants and enough floor to form son dough UV4-2cup») .... for 20 minutes. ...into 18 balh. Place in greased 9 x 13-inch pan. .,..45 minutes. —croc* on top of each roll .at J75*F for 25 to 30 minute*. . with confectioner*' icing. OCCIDENT FLOUR ROSCDALC MKT, C. WALTERS MKT. RAIN ft RAIN MKT, PEARL MKT. I. C, HAMER MKT. Jersey Junior Club Women Plan Many Activities JERSEYVILLE — Announcement was made at the March meeting of the Junior Woman's Club held In the Moose Home Tuesday evening, that sevemof the clothing nd apparel stores of this city are again cooperating with the annual musical and style show of the club. Following the musical "Season's Kapers," the Vogue Dress Shoppe, Miller's Department Store, Inman's Department Store, the Marguerite Shop, Bortman's Department Store, Donharr.'s Women's and Children's Apparel, and Sessel's will show their spring and summer fashions. Costumes and accessories of the stores will be mod- elled by members of'the club and the community. Mrs, Virgil Searls, president, opened the club meeting with the Junior club pledge and devotions wore given by Miss Dorolhy Lanham, second vice president. Ilev. /.datr Spcnkn Mrs. Verne Searles, public welfare chairman, Introduced Rev. Robert Adair, superintendent of Good Will rhdmtrlM Of St. Louis, who gave an entertaining hlitory of the b*gi' 'g of the Good Will Industries. He told of the work and accomplishments of that group with the handicapped up to the present day. The president, announced that the 20th district general federation of Women's Clubs convention has been scheduled on the regular April meeting night of the club and this necessitates the postponement of the local club meeting for a week. It will be held on April 22. Members were urged to pit end the district meeting. Registration begins at 9:.'JO a.m. on April 15 at the Central Christian Church in Jacksonville. A luncheon is 10 be served at the Masonic Temple at 12;15 p.m. There will be a style show in Ihe afternoon and Robert Grain of New Delhi. India, will bo the speaker. Member.3 of the club desiring to attend the banquet that evening must make reservations by April 9 with Mrs. Ray Swcet- Bakery delicacies oven-fresh, daily! WEEK-END SPECIALS • DATE NUT BREAD • WHIPPED CREAM CAKES • FRENCH APPLE CAKES • DAIRY PRODUCTS ORDER YOUR CAKE EASTER EGGS NOW OPKN SUNDAY— 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. WEEKDAYS— 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. EVANS PASTRIES 26 U STATE ST. DIAL 2-9421 man or Mr*. Chattel Rlnthauien, Jr. The banquet will be h*W at, Hold Dunlap at 7 p.m. Tlie month of May has been selected by member* of the club for the annual dinner dance. Those wishing to attend only the dance may purchase separate tickets. Members are Invited to bring friends and couples as their guests. By-LAWS Rovlned In accordance -vlth the club b-- laws, **lss Anastasla Arger, parll- mentarlan, read a proposed revision of by-laws for the second meeting in succession. By unanimous vote of those at the meeting it was voted to t\.lse the annual dues to $3.50. The 1953 dues are now collectible. Dress rehearsal of the musical and style show will be held at I. t high school auditorium Sunday afternoon. All models will report at 12:30 and those participating ln v the musical numbers ond all committees will report «t " p.m. Following the meeting Tuesday refreshments were r.erved. The table was covered by a lace cloth over green and all the appointments were green and silver in, keeping with the St. Patrick's Day thome. Hostesses were; Miss Virginia Stanley, chairman, Miss Betty Stanley, Mrs. Paul Thatcher, Miss Jean Heye, Mrs. James Wade, Mrs. Herbert Naylor and Mrs. Charles Fedcrman. Jersey Bankers Attend Tri-Coimty Meeting JKRSKYVILLE — A group of local hankers attended the meeting of the Calhoun, Greene, Jersey County Banker's Association Tuesday evening at the Presbyterian Church in Carrollton. Those attending from here Were: Russell M, Warner, secretary-treasurer of the association, Hubert Catt, A. R. Major, William Witt, Paul Donnelly, Dr. J. G, Schwnrz, and Robert L. Downey. Atty. Richard W. Husted of Roodhouse, was guest speaker. The next, quarterly meeting of the Associatior will be. at Pere Mar- quelte Lodge in Grafton. This will be "Guest Night" for Ihc association. Dinner for Chicago Guests JERSEYV1LLK—Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Beach of Chicago were entertained at dinner Saturday evening at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Wilma K. Beach. ' Other guests were Mrs, Carl Keehncr. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis and daughter, Susan, and Mrs. Stella Davenport. A keep-dogs-off-lhe-roarl drive Is being staged In Finchley, England. Single features now are being shown in most Belgian film theaters. Four Apply for Jersey Road Post JERSEYVILLE — The Jer««y county board of supervisors met In special session Tuesday at the courthouse for the purpose ef certifying to the department of works and buildings of .he state of r> nols, applications for the office of county superintendent of highways. A vacancy exlstr, in that pott dtv to the recent resignation of Eugene Witt who has held the position 27'/4 years. Witt's resignation be- becomes effective April 1. The following applications were read; W. P. Witt, Kane; Emil Kuehn, East St. Louis; Roy J. Devine, Belleville, and Arnold Walther of English township. These names were submitted to the state department where qualifications will be passed upon, Students of the fifth and sixth grades of the Ottcrvllle School, taught by Mrs. Lorraine Chappell, visited the board meeting and were Introduced to the various supervisors who explained their duties in the county government. Accepts Bank Position JERSEYVILLE — Miss Cella Sinclair has accepted a position with the Jercey State Bank In this city and will begin her duties there Monday. She succeeds Miss Edith Montgomery who resigned recently to make plans for her marriage. Miss Sinclair has been with the La Ross Jewelers in Jerseyville for the past seven years. She is president of the Jerseyville Business and Professional Women's Club. St. Pat's Party JERSEYVILLE—Pupils of White School taught by Mrs, Wilma Beach, were entertained by students of Spencer School of which Miss Jean Jennings is teacher, at a St. Patrick's Day party Monday afternoon. An interesting talk on Ireland and its people was given by County Superintendent of Schools 0. A. Wilson, jr. who was in Ireland during World War II. The two teachers and all the pupils of both schools were presented a real Shamrock from Ireland by Superintendent Wilson. A program was given by the Spencer pupils and readings, songs and a play was presented by the Wfcite School students. The pupils of White School under direction of Mrs. 3cach gave three songs and two plays at the county amateur contest at the Jerseyville elementary school. sronK IIIH IIS: Ruth's Blackhswk H A € O X Luer Sweet Home u .\ r » jv Worrell Pride Heavenly Hash Easter Egg Weight Two Pounds, $1.98 in-ill I'rcinl It .1 f O .\ Hunter Hnok I'ack « .» t O X Miyrosr iJIrand it ,1 C » X I'll flnnnJe* ' * Kff.. > Chlcltrn» *»*W BACON 2-69* Hath'* HaCorn Lafiar Sliced DelMonte Orange Juice, No. 2 . 2 cans 27c Highland HOMINY, No. 2 . . 2 cans 23c UPTON'S TEA BAGS, 16 in Carton . . 21c Clabber Girl BAKING POWDER, 2-lb. can 29c Dromedary Devil's Food Cake Mix . . . 29c Py-O-My Blueberry MUFFIN MIX . . . 37c MAZOLA OIL quart can 69c Jolly Time POPCORN, white or yellow, pkg. 20c Gerber's or Heinz BABY FOOD . 3 cans 27c Lake Valley CHEESE FOOD 2-lb. carton 79c Am. Beauty Italian Spaghetti . . . 1-lb. 25c FLAVORKIST SALTINES . . . Mb. pkg. 29c AG French Style Green Beans, No. 303 can 17c CRISCO SUGAR COFFEE iir :i-lh. Can llt-lb, fluff I'urc <'«««• I -Id. I'(in FOM.KH'S .411 AG SALAD DRESSING. . . . quart jar49c Quaker OATS . . • large 39c, small 17c CHEERIOS large 23c, small 16c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP . . . 2cans23c HyPower CHILI CON CARNE, 15-oz. can 37c HEINZ CHILI SAUCE ... No. 2 can 33c HIGHLAND COFFEE Mb. bag 79c AG SLICED APPLES .... No. 2 can 17c FRISKIES, Dog Food 2 cans 31c RIVAL, Dog Food 2 cans 29c Johnson's Hard Gloss GLO-COAT, pint can 65c O'Cedar PERMA-MOTH . . quart bottle 9Ic AEROWAX pint can 31c AJAX CLEANSER 2, cans 27c JOY LIQUID SOAP . • • 6-oz. bottle 29c LIFEBUOY, 2 large bars 23c, 3 medium 25c I BOLOGNA,i« — Sliced 39t C. Smith Wins Checker Tourney At Carrollton Ib. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII i'nke )li.\e* 'JHc Panrulic >U.v 'JOr OCCIIIKI\T FLOUR CARROLLTON- Clarence Smith of the Baptist Church won the church checker tournament held Tuesday evening in the basement of the local Baptist Church. Second place was won by Robert Blackstone of the Presbyterian Church and third place was won by R. D. Lemons of the Christian Church. The table tennis singles tournament for adults will be played Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the basement of 'the Presbyterian Church. The singles for Young people will he held at 1:30 p. m. Sunday afternoon in (lie public school gymnasium with four boys and four girls representing each of the participating churches. In the athletic events for young people the Methodist Church leads with six points. The Lutheran and the Christian churches each have two points and the Presbyterians and Bnptisls have one point each. Kosifjns Position CARROkLTON — Mrs. Alonzc Price has resigned her position as secretary to J. M. DeMonbrun. general agent for the IAA Insurance Company. Mrs. Price will he succeeded by Miss I.orna Longmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Longmeycr, of Rockbridge. Miss I.ongmeyer is a graduate of the Greenfield Communitj High School. C'arrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. L. Worv! entertained members of her tvvr table bridge club Tuesday evening at her home. Members of the Carrollton Day Unit Rug Club were entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home nl Mrs. K. Bowman. Mrs. Delbert Driver was assisting hostess. Guild No. 1 of the Presbyterian Church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. II. Clan.i- han. The topic will be "Advance on World Christian Frontiers." and tho leader will be Mrs. A. D. Wilson. Mrs. Thomas Hough sr., will have charge of the devotional program. The Once a Month bridge club was entertained today at Farrows. Hostesses were Mrs. Olln Stead, Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff and Mrs. R. 11. C'lannhan. 9th citALBY iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiimiilll WelcH't GRAPE JELLY l-ifc. Jar Godfrey With Church School Caravan GODFREY—Mrs. \V. F. Primrose is traveling through southern Illinois this \\rrk as a member o( the vacation church school caravan. The caravan meets in a different city each day for a one- clay session in training local leaders^-of vacation church schools. Mrs. Primrose is the instructor in the kindergarten group. The caravan has been formed under the auspices of the Illinois Council of Churches. At the close of Friday's sesslor Mrs. Primrose will go lo Chicagc where her son, Billy, has beer spending the \scok with his grand mother. Mrs. F. S. Howes. She will bring Billy home with her. Billj was taken to Chicago last Frida.v by his father, the Rev. W. F. Primrose, who theii went to Aurora to attend a state cabinet rneetitng ol the Pilgrim Fellowship. Read Telegraph Want Adi

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