Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 32
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
Page 32
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PAGE THIRTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH fRURSDAY, MARCH 27, 19*1 OUR 20- OFSTVPEVDOV8 WFLUKS .lust 20 ymtn BRO—on April Jut, 19.12—«« took ovi-r fhn tiiiftlnnm formerly rondtirlml liy E>lw. Burn*. Flvn .vrnrn !»!" wn moved (n our present Inrnllnn. In 1018 we, rebuilt nnrl enlarged—imd tnilny we offer you ft rienn Worr- it CliMin Stock—Good Merelwndlm— l-'lne ViiliHV*—He.llvery Hervlre. f Von nre rordlnlly Invllrd (o hnvn ft plrrn of Bfrthilny Cnkn nnd CJoffcn With ti» mi Sitltirdn.v, Mnrrh ZHIh. Thr-rn will nliio Im Ritnttilanpn pri^pn. WP Inko I hi* opporlunlly to Ihnnk nil who hnvn In nn.v wny hnlpwl UN on cur wny nnd wnrtn our progr™* po**ll>t«!. VVIIhout |foo»1 nnd true frlntuU w« rrnll7.o twenty .venr* would not hnvn Iwe.n powlblc. Following Special Prices Effective March 28th through April 3rd WISCONSIN LONGHORN CHEESE, per pound 53c SUGAR CREEK BUTTER, per pound •• 83c MONARCH COFFEE, per pound 89c Monarch Yellow Cling PEACHES, No. 2 Vz can 2 for 69c Unsweetened ORANGE IUICE, A.G., 46-oz. can 2 cans 45c (Monarch Brand, 46-oz. can 29c) Monarch Cream Style White SWEET CORN No. 2 can, 2 for 37c Monarch GRAPE JELLY lJ5*ounco O On* jar rtfor OOC FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES, 216 size per doz. 27V 2 c Noll's ICE CREAM, quart bricks 49c BARBECUE RELISH & Hliickwcll, !. Jur Freah DroBsed FRYING CHICKENS, per pound ..'.... 53c LUCK'S SWEET HOME BACON ...... '"> - ' 49c \Vholnlfam, l-ound MB. P kg. 55c Mayrose SKINLESS FRANKFURTERS SWIFT'S PREMIUM— Fully Cooked (16-18 Ibs.) UTIllMrC! Bhnnk Portion, 4A . nriJYlD 7-8 HM. nvcrutre ............... Mi. 136 Hunter's ROLL PORK SAUSAGE, per pound ..... 33c Krey's Grade A BEEF CHUCK for Roast, per pound ...... 67c For Friday and Saturday Also All tho Specials o7 Iho A.G. Stores Group. THRIFT MARKET "THE FRUIT BASKET STORE" ON IIKNKY AT SKVKNTH — I'HONK t-7784 JUKI n Short Hop from Broadway — LOt'IH HORN (Sole Own*r PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE OPEN TILL 8:00 P, M, FRIDAYS ONLY East Junior High Honor Students Kast Junior High School honor rolls for lh<> .wornl Rrnrllni* period ; mve horn nnnonnwd as follows: PIrtno-Line Mrxlco hns its first piano assembly lino, thanks to the ng- Rrpssivrnrss of Iho Mcxiro City !ionor Ruiz Galindo. Assembly of pianos horotoforp hns horn Imnossibln hpr.ausfl of certdln Intrarncins In manufac- ture of the piano cases, but Gal- inrto, who already manufactures washing machines, refrigerators, steel furniture and Mexico's flAt domestically-fnade car, Imported technicians to overcome the obstacle. Rrad T«le«raph W*nt Ad* Zulu Chief Manzol Wandle died recently in Zululand, recalling the Zulu wars of the last century, for he was the last surviving son of Cetewayo. It was Cetewayo who defeated British forces at Isandhlwana, Jan. 22, 1879, but was repulsed the same day and I eventually was vanquished at Ul- lundi. Like his father, Mantol Wandle grew in later years to Immense size, weighing more than 294 pounds. He lived in an or« |dlnary Zulu kraal of beehive hut«. Tel««T*ph Want Ad« "CLICK" Hl«h honor - Sully Ctirvi-y, Robert Tin/, C'nrril Juhnion, I.tnrU Nnnglr, Irlnri PdtffrMon, fJonnn Pointer, Carol nrnrfk, Honor - - rhnrlcn Art«m«, Jurist Allfrt, Dorothy Bi-ll, Jnni-t Bolrri. Jndllh liirgoyn*, Mary B*th Chlldfrn. Fay<i 'oy, (,'arolyn f.'ushrnnn, Turrit- n»vn, Donna Drll, Carol Donislnon, Mnrllvn ')iin»w»y, Allen F.nrly, Hh'rry F.wlrig, Jnvld Fahlnnlr, Mnrllvn t>««l*r, Sharon •'ovM, DArhAra Frohock, Sutan Oibrli»l, 711/inrlh dl*n. May Grunt, Hohcrt lnrprjlp. Vclma Hurtmnn. rial) Illlrlthriinrf, Joan Jacnni, Mnry I.rm fnblr, Juflllli Leonard, J a m t « Mnmhall, Jnmrn MrKlnlry, Karen YT*rel<r. Norm* Miller, Sally Miller, Mancy Miirfln, Sam MiUKrove, Tlnrbara 'Irrrc, Truril Pltimmer. l.nvonn* Hnmleri. Thrndo Saylor, Sl'phrn U'hnrfnr, F.dK«r Schmidt, Rrmal'l Srhmllt. Kn.v Hchwlnb, Oonna Srhwart*. n Hro««ln», France* Slener, I.yn Stonnbrnker, flnthrr Thrlne.n, .Iiidllh hompxon, William W»lll«, Cheryl Wright. Klflln •/.tuning Klh Or»d« fllgh honor~-Snvllln Andernon, Rnnalrl lognrt, Mnry Jan« De Frnten, Flnrbnrn ,lnd»ny, Rouer Mathut, Dlnne Merrier. Pom MonlcHl, I.e.e Smllh, Clifford Vllde.rman. Honor - f'hrlntln* Alexander, Tom Amlreiva, Yvonne; Anton, Alice Boedcker, -nrl Brilnnworth, Pntny Hiireh, Dick Jhcuter, Joyce Dnvl*. Patny Deucker. Inrharn Olcklnnon, Jane Dlttman, Joyc« Kills, Robert Elrod, Kathrrlnn Fcarno. lonald Franke, Nancy Gallaher, Beverly Olbbii, Shirley Ooltlnh, Patty Grnvctt, :nrol Green, Phyllli Harriett. Harry ternhey, Dlnna Hlller, Bnndra Hutchlnn, Unvlfl Mch, Marcheta Krnsler, Jame* / a M a r > h, Sam l^nne, Diane /InffenFcltcr, Barbara Lyons, Lynn Menard, Marilyn Mey*r», Norma Oldham, /ernkllno nonimeau, Jim Rchuety, Patty •Shlnn, Shirley Shoemaker, Sandra, StoTibn, Sunan Slobbi, Sarulra Storm, Judy Swlnney, Janet Tyler, Darlenn Van Hoy, Kenneth Vleth, Ruth Waller, Judy White. Blh flr.dn High honor — Jane Brown, Hebe Clayton, Pat Flory, Barbara Landlsn, Shannon Ledbettcr, Janli Miller, Mails {IchardRon. Honor — Joan Balllngor. Judy Benn, Vic Bclanxer, Carolyn Beuttel, Qeordla Brlcker. Jackie Buckshot, Don Calhoun, Shllrey C'undall. Robert Ed»all, Shirley 'owler, Cnroi Freeman, Darlene Gravett, Bob Holmes, David Konhlnnkl, Helen Lnncaotcr, Mae Lookleblll, Hob Martin, Jim McBurney. Gerald Michael, John Mllln, Peggy Mlnard, Marian Nowlan, Carol O'Neal, Twyla Peek, Ray 'erica, Walter Rlddcr, George Robinson, Janet Roblson, Betsy Jlomtne, • Pat Senrlcn. Harriet Sheley, Wanda Slice, Betty Tarrant, Margaret Twltty, Dick I'yler. Janl« Vleth, Judy Walk, Bill Walker, I.cola Wood, Caroyln Worthy, Barrle 7oll. _ _ ftt mill Out of Service With Men of Area I'vt. RlngnrlnK Honored Pvt. William G. RinRering jr., of Bethalto, is a medical niclmnn in he Medical Co., of the 17th Inf., UOR. in Korea. Me hns been awarded the Korean Service Ribbon with one campaign star. On entrance into service In July 1951, Pvt. Ringc- ring was sent to Ft.'Meade, Md., and to Korea Jan. 14, .1952. He attended Bethalto High School and was a hoist operator at Laclede Steel prior to entering military service. Three towns In Berkshire, EJng- Innd, are named Upper Waflop Middle Wallop and Nether Wallop r • i . . ftarclt CELEBRATING! OUR 21 ST PRICES GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY The Best Quality In Food ; To celebrate our 21 years of busi \ ness in Alton, we are holding a Special 'Balloon Popping Days' 'Fricfay and Saturday, March '28th and 29th. Come in >and pop your balloon. Who knows, you may / Jfr p f J| ^ - take home your gro- / •% Im (^p^jj^ /rec / MILK -Gallon... Let's Have Chicken ' For Sunday I t FRYERS \ Cut Up j 20 oz. Loaf t 'ceres BUBBLE GUM For The Kiddies Occident FLOUR Armour's Star LARD 2 Lb , 29 C C 25-lb. Bag $1.99 Hmm I Good I $ ITALIAN I SAUSAGE I 65" - i • 'I'liey're The Best ( J Armour's Star ^ WIENERS — ^^ You Can't Afford to Pass This Buy-By It You Drink Coffee! MANHATTAN---COFFEE 1 ^ 89'^ $1.69 1 Quart PUREX 170 2-lb. Box SALT 2 for 19c Toilet TISSUE 2 for 19c DOUBLEQSTORE 2430 East Broadway 3-9614 ALTON 3-9614 MmimmMnmimiimimimimimi\mwmimmmimi\miim\imnm'iii GET YOUR EASTER SUPPLIES NOW! BASKETS... 25c MILK CHOCOI.ATK RABBITS 15c All Varieties at Low Prices EASTER EGGS HURRY! IIIMIiilK Get 'Em Now N VINE RIPENED Ibs. iC Florida- Pi NK Seedless Grapefruit for They're So Delicious! in THEY'RE HERE— NEW CROP VALENCIA Florida ORANGES These Are The IWST K\'l\R I GOOD FIRM SLICERS I They're The I SWEETEST! C Golden Ripe! MORE " Drink a GJass/u/ Every Day SWEET APPLE CRISPY, JUICY EATING • CALIFORNIA N-A-V-E-L 14 Ibs. 49 • EXTRA I'A:\CY m m NO LIMIT! « • • RUSSET BAKING . - . ^ A An " /^ SWEET EATING f\ M An • Cider* g a,.2ff i Apples 3 - 29° i Oranges2-49 c i POTATOES ' • C • ^^ • FL ° BIDA N&? ,S, i POTATOES i 10-lb, Bag I c ! CALIF. J <# NICE SIZE Florida GOLDEN CaJi/ornia ICEBERG LOW LOW PRICE CARROTS ^% Buucliet 1 C%^ • PASCAL LETTUCE ;CELERY 15* i 2 '""'•"" 15' 1 FRESH BANTAM CORN FRESH Head* F/orida CUCUMBERS 2 15° EARS for I SWEET and TENDER C V

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