Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 24
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE S, 1IJ1 ^^^^^^•••^••••••••••••••••••••••••^K 7^K * ~>**m EAST ALTON LODGE honors charter member. Mrs. George Ringering, onfy charter member of the Daughters of America Lodge residing in this area, was honored during the 40th anniversary banquet Tuesday evening at the Lodge Hall. Here Mrs. Howell Barnett, councillor, on left, is handing a gift to Mrs. Ringering from the lodge members.—Staff photo. Bloodmobile to Visit Jersey JERSEYVILLE-Thc Red Cross bloodmobile unit will be in Jersey county two days this week, according to announcement made by Dr. J. R. MJskell, chairman of the Red Cross blood donor program. The unit will be in operation from noon to six p. m. on both days. The unit will be set up at the Methodist Church Annex in Qrafton Friday and at the First Baptist Church here, Saturday. There is an urgent need for blood plasma and registration thus far has been slow. Those who wish to become donors are asked to phone for appointments if they have not already registered. Mrs. Fred Callahan and Mrs. Miller are chairmen of the work in Grafton. Mrs. Julia Sunderland is in charge of staff workers, Mrs. Ralph Little of canteen, and Mrs. B. A. Marsden, nursing services. Return to Oklahoma JERSEYV1LLE — Mr. and Mrs. Sam Snedeker and daughter have returned to their home in Tulsa, Okla., following a visit here with Mr. Snedeker's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Snedeker and other relatives. Receive Certificates JERSEYVlLLE-County Superintendent O. A. Wilson, jr., haii announced that eighth grade certificates have been issued to three persons directly from his office this year, • the candidates having met the requirements and passed tests for their diploma. They are, Mrs. Joseph _ Crawford, Mrs. Ethyl Ray Kraushaar and Wilfred Barry. The two women entered Beauty Culture Schools, and Barry, who has been at the Trail Rangers, will enter high school at Elmhurst, 111., next year. SUPERFINE Goes Well •n the table, is superb oo berries! PHONE 3-5549 U/e don't Aett aii the 3~ood-ftut ive &eJtl the fieri CORNER HIGHLAND AVE AMD COLO ST RED CUP COFFEE DUZ . . SHORTENING JOY . . BLEACH Pkf. Clover Farm Bottle Vi Gal. Clover Farm i "73c 27c ^7 5c 29c 23c CHOICE QUALITY MEATS Prartlrallr honrlrht PORK ROAST Ib. 49c Choice PORK STEAKS Ib. 55c Krey'i nklnlfti WIENERS Ib. 55c Krey'i cello roll PORK SAUSAGE Ib. 41c Mello SLICED BACON Ib. 39c Thrifty FRANKFURTERS Ib. 45c SMOKED JOWLS Ib. 24c Hunter'* pickle loaf or LARGE iOLOGNA ..... lb.49c Blue Label Bottle KARO SYRUP,, I8c DOG FOOD,, lOc Gleiulale fork Si BEANS,,2 s ;ri9c GJemlale Cam. ToilfltTissue 3 25c .Sweet Home S9-oz. jar APPLE BUTTER 29c Clover Farm APPLESAUCE 1 7c Clover Farm »our-dill-ko«her PICKLES , , ,y;r 29 C Corn Flakes 1 ;;;; 1 19 FRESH QUALITY POULTRY HENS 33^ FRYERS 45 wnmn , a firm •AJHIJfliit 0UOUNUM Mi BEETS bunib IQi LEAF LETTUCE , Ib, lOi CARROTS bunib BEING BETTER MAKES US BEST PLACE TO TRADE! Setter foods— Belter Varieties Better Values// OUR the Pan ^ --— „ ^ FRYING CHICKENS . . 49c TENDER— 1V1CY Ftesh Cuf— CAoic* Cute Tool ROUND STEAKS .... WE HE ALLY HAVE THEM TOOI— DELICIOUS T-BONE STEAKS . . . 89c Compare HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM SIRLOIN STEAKS . . . 89c OUR FAMOUS So Tender/ CUBED STEAKS . . . 89c IT'S IQQ% PURE GROUND BEEF No Preservative/—JVo Fillet»l OUR DOWN HOME FLAVOREDI It's Pure Tool PORK SAUSAGE . . . 35c AMERICA'S FAVORITE You'll Love 'em/ SKINLESS WIENERS... 44c ALTON'S FAVORITE We Sell Tons of Itl 49c LARGE BOLOGNA ... 39c THEY'RE DIFFERENT AND DELICIOUS SMOKED BEEF TONGUES 39c FINEST QUALITY—Hickory Smoked—Sugar Cured SMOKED BACON SQUARES 15c OUR LEADER You'll Love Itl SLICED BACON . . . 5 99c OUR SOOPEfl DOOPEff First Cufs ROAST .... 49c Choice Centers S9c Ib. GROCERY DEPT. Tall Size MILNOT.. lOc 6 Can Limit Tall Size Pet or CARNATION I2 1 /* « Can Limit With Your Purchase $1.00 Other Mdse. OUR BUY, OF THE WEEK FOLGER'S, MANHATTAN, OLD JUDGE COFFEE . . . . Our Largest Selling: Coffee!! Around The Clock Coffee..' 75c I, Hot Weather Special TENDER LEAF TEA BALLS, I6's,,20c ^ 48V 52c IPO's 05c Hundreds of Uses. The large 25 foot rolls ALUMINUM FOIL . . . . 35c So Nire to Have on Hand. Rap-in-wax Brand WAXED PAPER 2 45c TOPMOST LOGANBERRIES, heavy tyrup, 8-oz. cans BOYSENBERRIES, heavy syrup, 8-oz cans YOUNGBERRIES, heavy syrup, 8-oz. cans 15 Topmost. Heavy Syrup 8-oz. cans STRAWBERRIES . . 19c It's Genuine. None Finer! COB-CUT CORN . . . 2 39c Mission by Del Monte—Tops. SWEET PEAS .... 2 35c Miracle Whip. Limited. Full Quarts! SALAD DRESSING . . . 44c Genuine Maine In Oil. You'll Want Several. SARDINES lOc ALTON'S MOST COMPLETE LINE MONARCH DIETETIC FOODS BOTH STOKES. THEV'RK TOPS ^^ PRODUCE DEPT fancy Fresh. 4 in hove* TOMATOES ISc Red or White DRIED ONIONS S 'g 25c Red or White, Creamers or Boiler* POTATOES .... 10 69c OUT OF TOWN PATRONS DIAL 3-5555 For Directions to Our Stores — UPTOWN — STOP & SHOP MARKET Brown and Washington — DOWNTOWN — PAUL F. DAVIS and SONS 317 STATE BOTH STORES OPEN TILL 9:00 P. M. FRIDAY NIGHTS AFTER ALL, IT'S THE TOTAL THAT COUNTS! Dnn't Judge Tnm-Bnjr Tahiti jiul » few liolited "ipeoUli," Anyone on offer deep price cult •n » few popular Item* each week. It'i Tom-Boy everyday •ale price* that really iav« you money. Compare (he prlcet on every Hem you with to buy . . . add up your total . , . then Judge for yoiimlf why . . . "Vou rate mere al a Tom-Bay Store."1 Del Monte PILLSBURY'S FLOUR 5 £52' JELL-O 6 Delicious Flavors 25 TOM-BOY COFFEE 79" l-Lb. Bag . REAL-KILL INSECT BOMB Clean Smelling, Guaranteed 12-oz. Can . . 12-oz. $<| .47 JL National Biscuit Co. Oreo Cream SANDWICHES 11-oz. Pkgs. . 11-oz. O"7c National Premium SALTINES 16-oz. Pkg. . . Tom Boy "Flavor Plus" Meats U. S. GRADED CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAKS i. 99« LUER'S or SUNRISE READY TO- EAT GALAS ib.47 BONELESS VEAL ROLLS u 67" Krey Hostess or King's X SELF-SERVICE BACON u,47° Luer's or Hunter's SKINLESS WIENERS V, 8c ; b 55' THURINGER LUER'S LARD By the Piece Lb. Fancy Wisconsin Muenster Cheese . «• 59c Fancy Wisconsin Longhorn Cheese .'- 59c Fancy Haddock Fillets. . " 45c One and Two-lb. Cartons 4m Ibs. fancy Wisconsin Old Fashioned 65 e 2. b ,31 e Brick Cheese ,..."• 59c Fancy Cod Fillets.... "< 39c Tom Boy Oleo Lb. 25c CAMP JUG THERMOS 4-Quart $ <f .79 Size .. * TOM BOY SALAD DRESSING One Quart 39 KOOL-AID Assorted Flavors 3 Pkgs. 13° ROfEDALEMKT. PEARL MKT, I, C, HAMER MKT. C. H.WALTERS MKT, RAIN ft RAIN MKT. Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Fresh CARROTS. . . . 2 25c Washington—-All purpose large WINESAP APPLES....2 33c For Healthful, Refreshing lemonade SUNKIST LEMONS.. Giant, Firm, Crisp Heads ICEBERC LETTUCE..2 25c Beautiful, All Purpose YELLOW ONIONS 2 19c Fresh CAULIFLOWER Head 27c

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