Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
Page 28
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PAOE TWENTY-EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1952 OUR SONG YOU CAN'T GO WRONG!! TWO BIG MARKETS PAUL F. DAVIS and SONS- HONK:: (OMI'AKK!! PORK STEAKS .... 39c OI;K KAMOI s ITS iM.itr,!! IT'S Tors:: PORK SAUSAGE . . . 25c A SPECIAL PURCHASE WIENERS THE (Mr. KIND!! I.h.1 39c OVH FINK QUALITY — WE BUV IT IJV TIIK TON! LARGE BOLOGNA . 39c KIND YOU'LL KN-IOV!! ROUND STEAKS SIRLOIN STEAKS T-BONE STEAKS PORTERHOUSE STEAKS OUR CHOICK CKNTKRH NOT TOO FAT!! CHUCK ROAST .... 59c GROUND flKFOKK VOUK KVKSM NOTHING ADOKDI! GROUND BEEF . . 59c FULLY CUT FOUR TO SIX AVKRAOK POM CALLIES 25c A PACKER'S FINBSt ItKADY TO EAT An Kxclunlve, No Shank CALLIE HAMS .... 39c CHOICK CKNTICR CUT — WE RKI'KAT, CENTERS!! PORK CHOPS .... 59c OUR TO!* QUALITY — PICK 'EM OUT!! FRYING CHICKENS . . 49c FINE QUALITY — POUND LAYERS!! SLICED BACON . . . 35c -GROCERY DEPT.- TALL S17.K fl Linilll TALL SI/E PBT or 0 Limit MILNOT .... I0c| Carnation ... 12 ,c With Your riirrhniw. of .$1.00 of Other Merchandise. AMERICAN BKAUTY It's Indiana, Too!! Blf 46-O/.. Tin* TOMATO JUICE . . . 4 99c DOMINO OR C. & II. CANE SUGAR ... 5 .: 44c FOR TOUGH ,1011 WASHING Hov CHEER 25c IT'S MOUNTAIN GROWN ALL GRINDS FOLGER'S COFFEE . . 85c OUR FAMOUS AROUND THE CLOCK COFFEE . . . . IT'S I KKSII! 75c rUANCO - AMEKIl'AN IT'S TOI'S—REG. SI/E SPAGHETTI 15c HKINZ OR (ii:iti5i:i(s oit (i.A BABY FOODS . . . 3 25c -PRODVCK I<'U)RII)A'.S FINKST WHAT A TRKAT! SWEET CORN ... 6 25c FANCY CALIFORNIA A REAL HI V!! CARROTS . . . . 5c KKU OR \\iirn; KM IK li\(,s POTATOES .... 10 49c WE REALLY KNOW . . . WEIL SAVE YOU DOUGH!! —TWO BIG STORES— 317 STATE * 1424 WASHINGTON Both Open Friday Nights Till 9:00 P.M. Brighton Students Win Many Ratings \\ innrrs In Knlrr Stain l-'innlfl May 2 ftnrl BRIGHTON — Two first, several "tecond and third were awarded Brighton High School students who participated in the 19fi2 Music Festival for District n high schools, Saturday at Bethalto. Alice McAfee plncerl first in baton solo nnd Jean nnd Sue Towse uere first in baton ensemble. Second place winners were Eli/a- belh Scheflel. clarinet solo: Kay firi/zle nnd Kli/abeth S'heffel, high voice solos: MOWPSP Bensley, low voicp solo; Melvin Scbieler, boys medium voice solo; nnd Bill Oertel, boys low voice solo. Third place winners were: Jean Towse*, baton solo; Alice McAfee, bass clarinet solo; Beverly Powell, low voice solo, nnd Barbara Ap- ponyl nnd Betty ("aims, medium voice solos, The mixed ensemble was given a I second place rating nnd Ihe girls ensemble a third. The winners of first ratings, Alice McAfee and .lean and Sue Towse, I will enter the stale finals to be held May 2 at the Western Slate I Teachers College al Macomb, I'lnn While Klepliimt Sale BRIGHTON — At Ihe regular meeting of the Odd Fellows lodge Monday evening It was derided to have n "While Klephnnl. Sale" on April 19. Proceeds to be for the benefit of the hospital bed and equipment fund. Mayo McAfee was appointed general arrangements chairman. Telephone Company Meeting BRIGHTON •• - There will be a ...eeling of Ihe Brighton Telephone Company Saturday at 1 :?•<> P-m. at the village hall. This meeting is for the purpose of hearing Ihe report of Ihe committee appointed to investigate the possibility of reor- gani/ing Ihe company. 4-H Rally Held At Medora High lIHghton BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mr«. l.e- roy Nierman and daughter of Hoyleton, were weekend guest* at the F. G. Scheffel home. Mr. and Mrs. iJean Ben/ visited •elatives nt Sullivan, 111., Sunday. Wlnfred and Wilfred Stint huff of -emfty, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. lalph Hnycraft, Sunday. Mrs. S. .1. Montague, Mrs. .T. V. Montngue and daughter, Gayla, vere shopping in Springfield, Monlay. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hessenniier >f Alton, spent the weekend with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Montague. Mrs. L. M. Well and Mrs Ralph (layer-aft spent Tuesday in St. : xwis. i or the group. | Birthday Hu.iper | MKDORA The birthday polluck | supper for the months of January' md February was held at the Sumnerville Presbyterian Church Tuesday" evening. Thirty-five wore in attendance. Seated nt the birthday table were Mr. nnd Mrs. P. L. .Tnyncs, Mrs. H. K. Warner, Mrs. Albert Scha-l- enberg, William Senrle.;. Allen Nixon, Miss Alberta Nixon, Miss Mth- el Challacom e. Mrs. Francis Cunningham, Mrs. Charles Scharfenberg nr.d Mrs. George Nixon were the hostesses. Following Ihe supper meejngs of the Ladies' Aid Society and Ihe church trustees were held. Plans are being made to paint the basement'. Home from Korea MKDORA. Cpl. Robert L. Cunningham arrived home Wednesday from Korea for a 30-day furlough. He will report back to Ft. Sheridan. He entered service in July, .1950, nnd has been in Korea 16 months. 1'e was hospitalized three times. He is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cunningham. Mrs. Cornel Wilde Puts On Blue Bonnet -Admires F. N. E.! (W-,v. „ f ,,i tfr-ffv MKDORA — The 4-H rally for Ihe southwestern part of Mncoupin couirty wns held at the Medora High School Tuesday evening. Home economics and agricultural clubs from .Shipman. Brighton, Piasa, Chesterfield and Polk were in attendance. Delbort Baston, CJirard, president of Macoupin countv 4-H Federation, presided at the. meeting. A movie, entitled "New Ideas" was shown by Robert Wyack. Miss Sarah flriswold. assistant home adviser,' led in group singing, with Clifford Chlsm of Medora, as accompanist . Ronnie Breitweiser and Ralph Schaefer of Ihe Piasa 4-H agricultural club gave talks on camp life. Miss Deborah Solliday, county home adviser, also spoke. Misses Bea Boenle and Marilyn Meiher, Carlinville, were In charge of games. The Medora Home Bureau provided home-made cookies Mrs. Cornel Wilde (Jean Wallace) puts on BLUE BONNRT Margarine for ]'\N.K.—Fhivor, Nutrition, Kcon- otnyl Like the famous movie star's wife, you will love the delicate, sunny-Bweet taste BLUB BONNET adds to uiiy food! You'll appreciate its nourishment, too. No other spread for bread is richer in year- round Vitamin A! And you'll welcome its economy. Two pounds of BuiB BONNET cost lest, than one pound of high-priced spread! So remember the letters... F... N ... E.! Buy All-Vegetable, BLUE BONNET Margarine and get "all three"— Flavor! Nutrition! Econom-e-e! PHONE 3-35*9 We (JoritAelLall the. ?ood-l3ut ate*etL theRett COINER HIGHIAMP AVE AND COLO ST ARGO STARCH.... lie COFFEE . • . • . Sanborn .. Lb. 87C P & G SOAP . . . 3 20c OXYDOL :", 28c KARO SYRUP ... :, 19c NAVY BEANS ... 2 25c CHOICE QUALITY MEATS I'niPtU'iilI.v Itonrlpss PORK ROAST Ib. 41c PORK STEAKS Ib. 47c lirt'.\'s ('4'lln PORK SAUSAGE Ib. 31c Sniolo'tl Honcli'SM DAINTY ROLLS ....................... Ib. 74c Thrilty SLICED BACON Ib. 33c Hiintci-S Link PORK SAUSAGE ........................ Ib. 39c PORK LIVER, Sliced Ib. 25c Krc\'s Large BOLOGNA, Sliced ....................... Ib. 48c Ki>lli>t>K't> (ilt'itilulr S KolK Corn Flakes! ;l9c Toilet Tissue,,, 25c Clovrr Fiirin — lluhrs in- slirei PEACHES, 33c MACKEREL,'! 2lc Mr*. I.UIIP'» Mrs. l.anr't TOMATOES 2 33c PEAS ..... 2 27c I'ork & Benin HEINZ ....... 2 ..... 29c FRESH QUALITY POULTRY HENS die FRYERS 4Qe ALIVK l.h. ^Tifc ALIVK Lh. ^W^f Dressed and Cut Up free California No. 1 Heil—\\ a.shfil A \\.-i\nl CARROTS 2 bunches I5c POTATOES 10 Ibs, 72c Irt'lit'i'ii New LETTUCE hiad I Op ONIONS 2 Ibs, 23c Florida ?UO Size Florida CELEHY ? stalks I9o ORANGES doz. 30c A Mill/ MICH grid* W«nJ 0* tht l>n«il cot«t FANCY ALAKSA PINK SALMON LAKE VALLEY 2-Lb. Loaf CHEESE FOOD....79 nelmonfp No. 2!i Can Armour's Star y t size Can FRUIT COCKTAIL... 39c VIENNA SAUSAGE .. 23c HI A Halves No. 2'i fun Armour's Star I'M)/.. Can CLING PEACHES....33c CORNED BEEF . . . . 53c Tender Sweet No. 303 Cnn Armour 1 * Star 3U-O/. Can DEL MONTE PEAS...20c DEVILED HAM . . . . 19c Kancy H-O/,. Bll. Armour's Slur 2'i-O/.. ("mi IGA CATSUP 19c DRIED BEEF 40c KiA "Xtni \Vhippril" Quart .Inr Armour's Star tfi-Oz Can SALAD DRESSING... 49c CORNED BEEF HASH 41c IOA Home Style Qt. Jar Armour's Star 1B-O/.. Can DILL PICKLES . . . . 33c BEEF STEW 48c Noodles 8-Oz. I'kjf. Nahisen 10-Oz. Vhg. ALPHA BETY 17c TRIANGLE THINS...25c Chicken Noodle 3 PI<RS. Gulf Kist 1-Lh. Box WYLER'S SOUP MIX.33c GRAHAM CRACKERS 31c Chun King TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46-Oz. Can 19e TEXSUN ORANGE JUICE 19° PUREX BLEACH 2 Quart Bottles Can BEEF CHOP SUEY....59c HinB Chopped 8-O*. Can MUSHROOMS . . . 27c Italian 8-O/.. Bottle HARPEL'S DRESSING 35c Plain or Chocolate Large -Tar OVALTINE . . . . 79c Eagle l-Oz. Tin CHILI POWDER 15c Stronghciirt 16-Or.. Cans DOC FOOD 3-33c Sunshine I-T.b. Box HI-HO CRACKERS...35c. Fruits & Vegetables to fit every mealtime need. IGA PLAY STORE FflEE! With the Purchase of 12 Packages of JELL-O, JELL-0 PUDDING OK JELL-0 PIE FILLING 12 n * s - *1' 00 NIBLETS WHOLE CORN 12-Oz. Can 4 Q e I 0 C NIB LETS MEXICORN 12-Oz. Can MAULL'S BARBECUE SAUCE 6-Oz. 4 |? r Bottle I O C LAN-0-SHEEN 11 -Oz. Pkg. BAB-0 CLEANSER FANCY GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 3 LBS. 49c SAYERSBROOK U.S. No. 1 WINESAP APPLES 3 25c I' .S. No. 1 Calif. In-hcre LETTUCE . . 2 YOUNG LEAN and TENDER heads Mesh I'. S. \o. I l-'lti. Valencia ORANGES . . . 5 37c f. S. No. 1 Flu. Srrdles* M»-sh ItnK GRAPEFRUIT . . 5 37c l-'uiicy Mivviriin Cello. Curious TOMATOES . . . 2 45c *%»*wwv FROZEN FOODS »****»**»w >If(liiiin Sin-, \'t'r.v C'lt'iiii—A>u. S to Lb. JACK SALMON . . 19c French Fried Potatoes BIRDSEYE; p 4Qg 10-Oz. Packages C for HW* 1 BOILING & BEEF 1*37 Practically Boneless PORK BUTT ROAST... 43c Sweet Rasher SLICED BACON 39c Fully Cooked—Whole or Shank Half PREMIUM HAM . . . 57c Swift's Brookfield Mb. Roll SAUSAGE 33c Premium — By the Piece BRAUNSCHWEIGER ,, .49c SHOP AT THESE IGA STORES AND SAVE HOWE'S MARKET SIXTH AND FERGUSON, WOOD RIVER DAUER'S MARKET 201 CENTRAL ECONOMY SUPER MARKET THIRD 4M> I'ENMMi. VU»OO BI\KK GEROINC'S MARKET HAWTHORNE AMI CtXTRAL, WOOU RH'KR SCHNEIDER'S MARKET SEVENTH AM) SI'RING. ALTON. ILJU GOLDFARB'S SUPER MARKET 28 FERGUSON, WOOD RIVER CHARLIE'S SUPER MARKET 301 SINCLAIR AVE.. SOUTH KOXANA KNIBB'S MARKET BUNKKR HILL. ILL. MATHIAS FOOD MARKET HARTFORD. ILL.

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