Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 26
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AtTOM EVENING TELEGRAPH t HtmSBAV, JUNK 1,195? I Del Monte JUICE 95 - ••^•W 29c FOOD VALUES! GRADUATION PRbM OF CENTRAL SCHOOL — Central Junior high officers led the grand march at a dance Tuesday night at YWCA gym. From left, those in front are John McCain, Louise Henderson, secretary; John Talbert, Lillian Kirk, Russell Bradshaw, Nancy Williams, Essie Robinson, vice-president; Nora Jean Bradshaw, president.—Staff photo. Foster Churches' 38th Convention Union Services Sunday Set at Zion Thirty-eighth annual convention of Foster township churches will be held Sunday, June 8, In Zion Presbyterian Church, Fosterburg. United Sunday school will open at 9:30 a. m. with classes for all ages led by representatives from the four churches. The worship service at 10:45 will have the ministers from the churches taking part, and the sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Leigh Kagy of East St. Louis. A basket lunch will be served at noon and will be followed by meetings of the nominating committee and of the officers. The Rev. Howard K. Miller will give the sermon during the afternoon meeting scheduled to begin at 2 o'clock. During the evening session at 8 o'clock, O. D. Clark, professor from Shiirtleff College, will prds- ent an illustrated "Life of Christ", using pictures that he took in the Holy, Land. The first convention was held In 1915 at Zion Presbyterian Church and'Ben Cook was the first president of the group. Present officers are Merritt Kamper, president of 1; the convention; Irvin Maneke, vice president; Miss Cora Johnson, secretary, and Mrs. P. Titchenal, treasurer. Britain expects 750,000 visitors in 1952. . . . Dorsey DORSEY — Miss Donna Rae Heuer of East Alton spent the weekend with Joyce and Janette Heuer. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of Bethalto visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Norman Keele and daughters and Miss'Christian Keele, all of East St. Louis, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bertels and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldenettle and daughter of Bunker Hill visited Mr. and Mrs, Herman Heuer Sunday evening. Mrs, Bertha Heuer returned to her home in Alton Sunday evening after spending several days here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heuer and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boschert and children, all of Alton, visited Mr. and Mrs. August Heuer Sunday evening. Mrs. Eldon Bertels is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buhs of Altori. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steelman and daughters, and Mrs. Donald Musgrove and son of Bunker Hill, spent Wednesday morning in Carrollton. . / Mrs. Vernon Berlels, Mrs. Hessie Deen and Mrs. Clifford Bivens were called to Willlamsville, Mo., Tuesday by the death of their brother, Jimmy, 17. Eldon and Merle Bertels are spending two-weeks training with the reserves at Rockford. Preserving? Your fine home preserving-deserves it I AIR-CONDITIONED J " r v "" r Hath'* Old-FatMon Ring BOLOGNA 39 C EACH WEGENER'S' QUALITY MEATS BACON ARMOUR ;; fOTTEDMEAT MAYHOSE k-j "Fanoua llmnd" layer Sliced FW»-W»-W»WWV ^W^VWW^WWWWW W»W» V^* V W»W^W»»W V WWW» WW W »»»»•» GROUND BEEF 59 PAN READY— CUT UP— 1 C ib. $ Farm FRYERS 57* * ANY SIZE, PORK RUTTS RATH'S BLACKUAWK CELLOPHANE ItOLL^ Pork SAUSAGE; *****< 59 x, can . . 3'/i-oi. Cans, 'i for 23o UKVILKU H.tM H'/fit*, con . . . LI VEll SPHKAD •I i/i -os* can . . . HEMt.EH TOXGVE Hi/4-ox, can . • • IHllElt HEEf ,1-01. Glass «»o CHHXEH BEEF 1-J-oi. ttn . . . I.IJXCU THMiUE U-oi tin . . . . 19c 19c 15e 19c 39c 53c Alaska Salmon While Circle, 1-lb. lull can W llh Sauce, J«'/ a -or. Cornell Heel Hn»H Trt'fl 53f, Heel Slew CIIOPPEU II »»l HOIST 1IEEI? In Can 2Gc . . 47c • • Sle . . .13c* JO'Ot. Gla»» Jura Apple • Mint .... 19c Quince 22c Cherry 25c Apple 21c Grape 21c Black Raspberry . 32c Plum 22c Strawberry .... 30c Blackberry .... 30c Preserves IV'Ot. tilait Jur» RICOT . , . . 29c 6RAPE JAM , . . 23c Onnci Mirmalide, , 24c REP RASPBERRY 35c PEACH 28c STRAWBERRY. . 39c BLACKBERRY , . 37c BiiekRupbtrry (Stidltss) 41 c PLUM 23c CHERRY 3tc PINEAPPLE , , . 30c APPLE BUTTER . 24c Olives 69 WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY (16-oz.). . 29c WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY (10-oz.), . 21c WELCH'S GRAPELADE (16-oz) . 29c >\»»W^»\>V%V»\»»»»»\V»^^»»V»\»V»»»»\V»^»^^»\^»^\^»»» N a-lli. < an S|»|«V «>r Afm •P r tlllMO 85 •! HI:I:T.S .\o. :iUii vuu, 9 vail TuniMlu 4 4J«iu« Klmilalf> •4 ana* U7c Ulghlmid ffwr Il4ilv«« -"No. V'/!» t'uu -I5v JEI.L-O, all Iliivor* .'I pbgv. «MI No. 303 2 WIN IN SURF - UI ABNER CONTEST! GfT $UIMNP fNTir IUNK Hflf SURF Ulfi Jltt »e^tM«a«^»!.y**»^«'^)r^fSte*S<a^ WS& fs Tomato Soup...3 ROSE-DALE PEAS.... 3 Rag. Cant 303 Cans PACKED IN OIL HUNT'S SARDINES..3':-29 TomatoSauce4'-29 Everybody Loves Good ... L. S. fit-tided Choice or Good Beet TENDER, JUICY CHUCK ROAST 59 17. S. GOVT GRADED CHOICE OR GOOD—STANDING ^^ RIB ROAST... -79 FRESH GROUND BEEF > 59 PLATE FRESH BEEF TONGUES Lt>. ON FROZEN FOODS !• BOILING BEEF - 33 QUICK FROZEN CHOPPED SPINACH 12-oz. Pkg. . . Fisli, Poultry and Sausage Values! FIIESH DRESSED, FULLY DRAWN STEWING CHICKENS 39 ARMOUR STAR — PURE PORK SAUSAGE l-Lb. Roll HAMPSHIRE GREEN PEAS . . . TROPICANA ORANGE JUICE . . TREE TOP — Makes 1 Quart LEMONADE . . . . HAMPSHIRE — CHOPPED BROCCOLI . . . . . HAMPSHIRE — BABY OR FORDHOOK LIMA BEANS . . , . 12-oz. If) Pkg. 151 BONELESS BEEF STEW . . ARMOUR STAR, By the Piece THURINGER . . ARMOUR STAR, By the Piece ARMOUR STAR, By the Piece ' 79 BEER SALAMI. . ARMOUR STAR, By the Piece " 59 BOLOGNA .... Lb. ARMOUR STAR, Sliced Pickle and • • 2 6-oz. ME Cans mM Can 13 BRAUNSCHWEIGER 43 PIMENTO LOAF Taste O' Sea TOP FROST FILLET OF PERCH 42 -FILLET OF COD Lb. Lb. Lb. 10-oz. Pkg. POPULAR BRANDS CIGARETTES Carton 12-oz. I A • Pkg:. I w $1.87 13-EGG RECIPE — LIGHT, FLUFFY Angel Food Each CAKES 45 Virginia Dare DRINK SYRUP 16-oz. Bottle 19 39 59 43 55 42 S€tve Every Day at Food Center SALAD DRESSING £35 WESTPAC IN SYRUP PURPLE PLUMS....... E;, 2 * 19 RANIER, IN SYRUP BARTLETT PEARS CONTADINA. IN SYRUP FRUIT COCKTAIL TOU CANS ORANGE JUICE SALAD TIME Makes 19 Ounces of Juice * • i i CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE 4 Ron* 36 LIBBY'S BABY FOOD 10 Jar EASTMAN KODAK FILM V-liJO 13 V-620 43 V-116 i« Y.616 S3 V-137 38 Every Roll Guaranteed \ Price Sale! CHIFFON FLAKES I Reg. Pkg ...38 1 Reg. Pkg 14 2 Reg. Pkgf. 42 KINGAN'S KP SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT SOLID CUCUMBERS . . We Reserve the Mght to Limit Quantities Each PETER PAN PEANUT BUTTER 12-oz. Jar . . 38 KEEP FRESH WITH DIAL SOAP Bath Siii Bart 37 for Bettei Salad Dressings MAZOLA OIL Gallon . -09 McCORMICK BLACK PEPPER li-oz. Can . • 31 010 DUTCH CLEANSER 2 Cam 27 The Grease Dissolving BABO 2 Cant 25 FINE FOR PUDDINGS RIGELANO RICE 12-01. 10 ARISTOS FLOUR 50 I I FOR Rl€H SUDS TREND Reg. 21 CQSmiQ'S COTTAGE CHEESE Pkg i • • 27 SELF POLISHING WAXRITE Pint * • 43 VIVIANO SPAGHETTI 16 12-01, Pkg. • • XREY QRAVY 8RAVY 61

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