Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 32
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 20, FOR LESS Y our JndcpenH- rul K I - n f mrr- i linnl Kiws .v<m lowor prices hf- flili'sc (if hnys f'" loss. )!<• l)ii>s In n group of ninny KI-Hf stores niul K r I \ Hi'' Invvr-sl ninss q ii n 11 M I y prlrr WRIGLEY GUM All Fl 3 r.r All Flnvors CIGARETTES All Pnpulnr llrnnrlfi. 1 Carton $<| .86 TOMATO PUREE No-M«. Prrpurert from whole i*rd Hp* tomatoes. No. I c »n .... 2 21 APPLE BUTTER El He. Fflricy, prp|i,irrd with •ppl' 1 rl<(rr und miKnr ,'ii fl/ f«r 24 BLACKEYE PEAS Gold Ctinln. Plump nncl nic/ilv Vrry rmiirlnh- Ing. Cnn tiff urivcd In » tiirlrlv of wn\» No. SO!) fun • • 13 TOILET TISSUE El-He Fnclnl type, the iiofl clnlh- Ilke llmilip. 1,000 ,«|IPP|«. (toll.... 2 25' HOT SAUCE El-Be. Fancy, mmlo from Louislnmi hot, peppers. 3-oz. Bottle Baking Powder Clobber Girl. Always uniform, always dependable. 10-oz. Can 10 MARASCHINO CHERRIES r.l Ho. fancy, lurue, bright red ri>llclnii« cherrle« 6-oz. Bottle 21 PECANS HI n*. Fancy, InrKe pecan hnlvc». VHCiniiti pnckril lo In- .uro 4-oz. Glass PEACHES No-Me. California Yellow Cling. «llri>d punch*! In nyrup N». ad c.n 29 PINEAPPLE ICt-B*. Fniioy Knwaldnn, cnuhert plnenpol*. nendy for ple«, dc»»crU, etc No. -t C»n 28 Spaghetti and Meatballs Gold Cnnln. With 4 mcnl hnll« and apngheltl. with grated ch«e»o »ntl rlrh tnmnto untiee. ISH-n«. C«n 25 CORN El-Bc. Fancy, crcum ntyle whila or golden, with that frenh from cob flavor No. I C«n 2 KRAUT He. K n n c y , fully cu JiiiKhl. I'olm, solid park. Crisp white kraut. No. 2 •Can 11 No. 2\ Cant 29 PRUNE JUICE KI-Bo. F'nncy, the pure, un- dweclened juice of f.'ntffomln dry pruned. Ready lo SPIV. 13 12-oz. Can 32-oz. *)A< Bottle 4b9 PEAS KI-Bo. Fancy, liny sifted Knrly Juno Peas, The poiis with the fresh, tasty flnvor. 2 No. 1 Cans No. 303 Can 23 Sweet Pickles KI-Be. Fancy sweet gherkins, firm, crisp and appetizing. Fine with cold meals and sausage. 8-oz. Jar 22-oz. Jar 22 53 Kl-B*. Fancy, solid pack. Whol* red, ripe tornn- toes. No. 2 Can 19 El nr. Fancy whole fo««l«, rtfrp rfrt rnl- or. You'll like thn fresh flnvor of th»ift lender brrlx. COFFEE n fur ll» (I f I I r i flHvnr. A blftm of the flr.ent « grown. Drip or regular, TWENTY MULE TEAM PRODUCTS BORAXO B-oi, Can I7o BORAX Mb, Pkg, I Be CLOROX 7hfr I-In-l hlf arh, 1 Trffc <Jt, Hnlll* MMjf WASHING POWDER SUPER SUDS Ig. Pkg. 28c FAB OR VEL Lg, Pkg.29c TOILET SOAP I'nlniollvc or 1'nnh.merp Bouquet REGULAR BAR 2 bars I7c Until Si/.e 3 for Ibr, AJAX CLEANSER can I2c WAX RITE Sclf-l'olidhing .Floor Wax ST. 1 43* ST 75* Edwardsville to Go On Fast Time Clock* \\ill BrTiirnpcHJp Our Hour April 27 KfMVAUnSVIU.K I'mlfi a rr-.s- olulion unnnimously adopted Tuesday night hy the dty rounril, daylight saving limn will again be observed in Kdwnrdsville during the summer months, Clocks will bc> turned abend one hour on Sunday, April 27. Daylight saving time will end on .Sunday, Sept. W. The "fust time" resolution wiis submitted hy Al-j derm;in Louis Martiing. i The council also adopted «n ordinance prohibiting parking on the, following street sections: South side of Fourth, from South street to f,fine; north side of Chapman, from North Huchanan lo Hickory. A suggestion hy Alderman Hur- lung thai the niy seek hids on gasoline used hy its various de- partrnents met with approval of the council and Mayor William C. Slrauhe. The city's gasoline hills | for the police, fire and water de-' partrnents amounted to well over $300 the past month. Harking asserted. He predicted a savins of | from $20 lo $25 a month if hids 1 were sought, for furnishing gaso-1 line on a quarter hasis. Means of cutting down cost ofj the proposed waterworks improvement and expansion project in order to remain within funds uvail- CUB PACK AT ST. PATRICK'S — School sponsored pack met in full regalia for picture at school. It is number 6, and Clarence KdSten is cubma f jter. — Photo by Bernard jun. GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS El-Be. Fnnoy whole legmenti (lightly •weetsned. • N». * CUM BONED CHICKEN Swunimn'*. Can full til tender chicken. Jint heal «nd »erv« fl-n*. c«n AMMONIA No-Me. Cloudy, all around household cleaner. (Jiiurt Itottle SLICED APPLES El-He. Fnncy peeled «n<J sliced In ».vrup. No. 3 Can Carry a Full Line of Fnsh and Smoked Meats . , . Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at the Lowest Market Price PRICES GOOD FltHMV nnd SATURDAY, IVfAKGII 2Ut nnd 32uH. Wo Kcscrvo the RlRht to Limit Quantities. UPTOWN MARKET 3834 Humbert, Alton BOOTEN GENERAL STORE * EL-BE FOOD STORES SOB St. Louis Ave., East Alton KUSMANOFF'S MARKET 470 Loslle, Wood Kiver BROWN'S GROCERY Lincoln Addition COLLEGE AVE. MARKET 8124 College Ave., Alton VICARI'S MARKET 1230 1C. Broadway, Alton WATS MY BRAND /RIVAL] fe DOG FOOD j able was discussed briefly hy n representative of the Decatur engineering firm of Warren & Van Prang. The council has withheld aetion on hids submitted recently by nine firms on irnprocvements to the municipal water-works under a $<IOO',()00 revenue bond issue. The lowest hids received were approximately $100,000 higher Hum funds provided by the bond issue. A suggestion was advanced that the council attempt to "negotiate a contract" with bidders lo carry out the improvement program under funds available by eliminating some features but in no way impairing its main objectives. George Moonsamy, 24, 7iative of India, got three months in jail and six lashes, In Johannesburg, South Africa, for a Peeping Tom act, when a European woman complained. TAFT AND KEFAUVER MEET — Av Senator Estes Kefauver (left) of Tenessee stood examining a Wisconsin Map in the Eau Claire (Wis.) Hotel Wednesday his Republican opponent Robert Taft of Ohio, strode by. They exchanged greetings and shook hands warmly. Their paths crossed as Taft headed for tvlenomerne, Wis, and Kefauver went through the rubber company plant in Eau Claire. —AP Wirephoto. Hartford House Warming HARTFORD—Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gayle of Rosewood Heights, EXCELLENT SEAFOOD formerly of Hartford, were honored last week when members of the Win-One Class of the Methodist 'Church gave them a housewarming. Mrs. Guy Palmer and Mrs. Joe Sanner sang "God Bless This Home" and dedicated it to them. The class gave them a blue spruce fir tree for their lawn. The presentation was made by Frank Doyen, president. During the evening, games were played and refreshments served by the hostesses, Mrs. Alberta Bradcn and Mrs. Marjorie Ca'-nahan. Mrs. Bertha Dodson is the teacher. In many states, a will of an unmarried woman is regarded as revoked by her subsequent marriage. PRICES FOR MARCH 21-22 NABISCO PREMIUM SALTINES "THE ORIGINAL' CATSUP 2 KRAFT'S VELVEETA CHEESE 2 SIX DELICIOUS FLAVORS JELL-0 i THE PERFECT ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR A. G. FLOUR ,. 5 PLAY STORE FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 12 PKGS. - C Kellogg's Variety Pkg. 33c *•'>*. JERSEY BAKERY ANGEL FOOD CAKE OXYDOL. IVORY CRANBERRY SAUCE Ocean Spray 2 Cans or IVORY P^. Danish Rolls pkg IJiic Crumb Coffee Cake, ea. :Hk Mrs. Henderson's "HOME STYLE" Chocolate Chip COOKIES 29* ba g FANCY YELLOW CLINGS A. G. Peaches ^ 35° BETTY CROCKER'S BISQUICK A.c;. PLAIN or HORSERADISH U S No. 1 GRKF.N CABBAGE . > Hl-PLANK WASHED SPINACH C C 17c \ McINTOSH 1 APPLES. 3- 33c \ FLORIDA ".1UICK" 216 Si/e I ORANGES ""29c <> J RADISHES or T * ? UREEX ONIONS H " )1()1 2C J <; SKEDLESS J \ Grapefruit 5 lor 29c \ J WIZARD WICK lir 39 OLD DUTCH .2 (lt 25 ; ,BRILLO . . . . \] I\OKV A I.,. AQ. SOAI- <6iu rs 46» DREFT .... ;-•• 29 5SPIC & SPAN ; kb , 26° TID * i,r x!e 29 CAMAY ... 2 1B -;?; 23 C CAMAY ... 3 r» 25 C CHIIPER'S MARKET 701 6LBINU ALTON LUER'S Pork Steaks. . . LUER'S SLICED Fresh Side ... LUER'S Polish Sausage . LUER'S Small Bologna . LUER'S OLD FASHION Meat Loaf ... Mayrose SUinlcso laier's or Mayrose iul.N To \\hnle or CC« lafir&imo Ka> Shank Half '" OOC WIENERS . . , Old l-'itshion HAMS .\or« HOI! SLICED BACON , . , 39c BRICK CHEESE , Hautly Kitiic.v l.hs.qo^ Average, .Muyroke Small Skinless l.inU> PORK SAUSAGE , , . > 49c FISH I'iriiic; St> Ic SHOULDER ROASTL;,; ',,33c SWISS CHEESE , Perch or Cod Frozen . h 49c . 35c . 59c , 59c . 63c d:L 53c • • «•" 57c u ib 43 C , . 45c DIETSCHY GROCERY JUU KIDC.k. AJ.1O.V MONARI'S MARKET lUll.V(>t lUl.l.b ll.L. THRIFT MARKET ti.'i IIINKV AM (IN GODFREY FOOD SHOP I.DlUKt V H.I . RAIN GROCERY UUU L. UKOADWAT ALTON, ll.L. SCHWEGEL'S MARKET 307 \\AblllM.UIN \\t . II1O.V MATT'S GROCERY .i(W I)MM\R A\t II IK'llUKU. ll.L. DUSTMAN'S A-G STORE tto IHIHU sr. ITAST ALIGN

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