Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 26, 1968 · Page 10
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 10

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, December 26, 1968
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THE REGISTER-NEWS MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1HB Ms™ FROM A HIDDEN HEADQUARTERS in the Sierra Maestra of Oriente Province, Castro started his revolution in 1956 with a handful of guerrillas. He is seen here at right with brother Raul, left, and Juan Almeida, a guerrilla leader. POLLY'S POINTERS She Has Continued Use For An Old Pointer By POI1T CRAMER DEAR ROSALIE— I have great success removing stubborn creases with a long- ago Pointer. Wring out a cloth dipped, in white vinegar water for use as a pressing cloth. Of course, always try any such remedy .on an inconspicuous spot to see the reaction of your particular fabric before plunging on ;the entire job. —POLLY -DEAR .POLLY— What can I do with apiece of beautiful rayon sharkskin with a crease in It-, that will not budge? I' have tried: wetting and steaming. These did not work so I am at nay -wil's end. Love that column! —ROSALIE DEAR POLLY — New it is grass- iCUtting time so I have a back-* saving i:lea for those who keep their lawn mowers in. the cellar. Instead of lugging it up and down those steps, I. place two boards' over the steps {ramp- style) being sure that, the mower wheels will be on, the ..boards as it 13 rolled oyis and- -in when I finish the grass*, cutting chore. — MICHAEL DEAR -POLLY — Now many ot us. are sun bathing, so I suggest using a small plastic bag on each- hand when applying suntan lotion. No mess, no bother and you have «lean bands for' snacks, your books, ete; —BUNNY DEAR: POLLY — Theodosia wanted to know how to make the - '; plastic window in her convertible ttanspsrent again. We tried everything — even the new"' cleaners for plastic windows —> but nothing worked. We had a' new top made. When the • man" installed the new top he tbld'u^ that the plastic window aSone 4 cotild have been replaced; if was too late for us but perhaps* it will help others to know tiiis can be done, and for'a ipt less tlian the cost of' a new top: JUDY Brtish Teeth to Curb Extra. Snaek-Longing DEAR POLLY — Have you ever tried to get liquid makeup " oat of a bottle and have it-refuse to flow without a lot of shaking? Use a medium sized paintbrush, dip into the bottle and put a rew daubs on forehead, cheeks, nose and chin. These can be blended and smoothed over the face and neck with the fingers. — MRS. C. R. R. DEAR POLLY — When sewing by hand, on materials that have a tendency to keep sliding and sipping off your lap, fold a lrge bath towel, lay it across the knees. It helps greatly to hold the sliding material in place —MRS. V. F. DEAR POLLY — the only bra that gives me the necessary support is the "under wire type and it has one flaw. The wire comes out from the top under the arm pits which makes it amost uncomfortable. I have tried covering it with some binding but the wire keeps- coming through. I am sure others must have had this problem and hope for a remedy. —KARAN DEA POLLY — My Pointer is for those who cannot resist little in - between- meal snacks. Try brushing your teeth whenever you feel that craving for food. Most toothpastes leave such a pleasant taste in the mouth that you will not want to eat that something extra. Not only do you help control your weight but you also gain more sparkling teeth. — M.L.M. DEAR POLLY — The reader who wanted to know how to wash lace did not say whether it was narrow or' wide; hand- crocheted or bought but here is one way tb-vyasK lace-'to make" it "look like new; Make a warm-rich sttds - with mild'soap and half- fill a large fruit' jar. Put the lace in, screw on the top arid shake well: repeat if the lace still looks' grimy and then rinse the same way, in the jar: Put some sugar in the last rinse water, squeeze out most of the* water and wrap the lace carefully and smoothly around the jar and set in a breezy but not sunny place to dry. —MRS. R. G. BARBS The fellow who wrote about the golden days of autumn must have had school tuition biUs in mind. » » » No, Gwendolyn, they don't hold stag parties at the zoo for deer friends. TIZZY GROCERY CO. ! • DAIRY FOODS ! ? Philadelphia inc CREAM CHEESE V4 8-or. Pkg fi} KRAFT'S ONION I Chip Dip <h' KRAFT'S PARTY SNACK "of* Pimento Cheese Xgfc PILLSBUP.Y "EXTRA LIGHT" ECCO o 0 Biscuits ECCO Egg Nog ECCO WHIPPING Cream 3 29c 'We Reserve the Right to Limit" "NONE SOLD TO DEALERS" Phenix Sliced Natural Swiss Cheese* /# Everything for those jQ RUSSET—"For Baking or Fries", New Year's Ev e Parties! i ~ ~ RUSSET—"For Baking or Fries" «fl W\ POTATOES 10*79 fl TOMATOES I CABBAGE r *|j "Fresh" 8-in JJQQ I Texas Tray New Green lb. 12c GOLDEN RIPE Make Tri-Cily Groc. Co. your headquarters for Par. ty Foods . . . We have everything from Cheese to Luncheon Meats, Crackers to Pizza Rolls, Hors De'oeu- vres to Herring, Tomato Juice to Alka-Seftzer . . . HAPPY NEW YEAR! Lemons SPSS' *_ 49« Apples *"J£Z Red 12«- 89« • • From Waihlnglon TEXAS Ruby Red Grapefruit POTPOURR YELLOW ONIONS "Medium" W 49* | S2£ « - 39* | ORANGES IMP FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTIES.... EXTRA LARGE STUART PECANS ST V 0l9b - QUAKER'S SNACKS FISCHER'S ROASTED 69c PEANUTS $£„ 2 £ g 89c v/ '- 01 - 53c Salty Surfers 7 -Oi. Pkg. QUAKER'S SNACKS ARMOUR'S DEVILED TREET ARMOUR'S DEVILED HAM ARMOUR'S TREET 2 3 -Oi Cant 39c Dippy Canoes 7 ;£ 39c WYANDOTTE EXTRA LARGE 49c Ripe Olives 7 £ 39c C.W. SWEET 2 3 r, x 49c Dill Strips WONDER'S 56c Rye Bread 12-Ox. Can 16-Oz. Jar ,lb 31c 53c 'I Listerine '**' COLO RELIEF i Sinu-Tabs DISCOUNT "COLD REMEDIES! VICK'S Vaporub Jor VICK'S Nyquil VICK'S VAPOSTEAM Inhalant ANTISEPTIC 3 Doz 99* TO "CHASE" THE CHILLS AWAY! 6-Oi. Bot. $1.29 3 -Oi. Pkg. 98c Vick's Formula 44 Loaf 65c "* 98c Cough Syrup 3%-or. $109 Bot. *| v * Pkg. Gaymont Assorted Flavors 3 etns *1 Costello's Mayonnaise Style Potato Salad 2- 69« Pizza Mix 2"* "Chef Boy-Ar-Dee" Cheese YOU GET C&H SUGAR Additional Bag 49c 5-lb. bag 3? AT TRI-CITY! That's right, YOU'LL SAVE EVERY DAY with Trt. City's LOW DISCOUNT PRICES . . . The»o price* listed below will be sold day after day . . . week after week ... so shop and save the Tri-Cffy Way . . . SALAD DRESSING SPIN BLEND h TZ DEL' MONTE HALVES OR SLICED PEACHES COFFEE CREAM STYLE GOLDEN FRESHLIKE CORN WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN FRESHLIKE CORN SALAD DRESSING O'- BEAUTY Mi\\\mv\lm4U Of C.W. HALVES OR SLICED Jar 38c NoCoJn/, 29c PEACHES DINING CAR FRESHLIKE FRENCH STYLE nc ;° n 24c GREEN BEANS FRESHLIKI CUT ,:Co °:24c GREEN BEANS l-lb. can 28c 69« 23c 23c Tomato Juice "HUNT'S" 3 46-oz. $j| cans | $400 Tomato Juice "C.W." 3-8* C. W. Green Cut Spears of Asparagus 300 cans $100 CUTLETS IN BOOTH'S HERRING CUT LUNCH FOR PERFECT PARTIES . . . Wine Sauce ^ 59c Place Packed n % 63c PLACE PACKED IN SKINLESS Parry Bucket 24Ja ? z T Rollmops 79c Van Camp's PORK 'n BEANS n ° 300 can ALKA-SELTZER Foil Pack 79< Regular 3? 40* 36-ct. pkg. Alka-Seltzer Plus COLD TABLETS 78* 20-ct. pkg. 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