Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 29
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tMURSBAY. JUNE S, 19S2 ALTON BVBNMQ TELEGRAPH Half'She Flattery Do you have a shorter-waisted, fuller figure? For the most flattery, sew this "go-everywhere" outfit. Halter top is cut higher than most bareback fashions so your bra never,shows. Ice the revers with bright white pique! Pattern R4711: Half-sizes 14 3 / a , 16',4, 18V4. 20%, 22%, 24%. Size 16% dress and bolero require 4% yards 35-inch; % yard contrast. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 3ft cents In coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 343 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. For Huck Weaving! 877 Choose Pennsylvania Dutch, Indian-type or colorful basic designs to decorate knitting bags, bibs, towels! Pattern includes 4—that's right, 4 different, new designs. They are unusual exciting designs for huck weaving. Pattern 877 has directions, charts for 4 designs. Send 25 cents In coins for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 66, Neodlecratt Dept., P. O. Box llil, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME, and ADDRESS. r '\ Such colorful handiwork ideas! Send 20 cents in coins for our Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Cata log. Choose your patterns from our gaily illustrated toys, dolls, household and personal accessories. A pattern for a handbag is printed right it> the book. Tuberculosis now kills 500,000 persons a year in India and leaves 2,500,000 active cases. Royal Quest Golfs With Fred MacMurray Athletic FRED MACMURBAY* sets s rugged pace on the golf course. But his young pupU knows a secret for keeping in the swing. He gets extra food-energy from Royal Puddings. Every package of Royal Pudding contains more food-energy than a full pint of sweet, fresh milk! Mothers know the magic of milk— so rich uj protein*, vitamins, roinerals-food. o. And youngsters love the oodness of Royal 7 wonderful flavors. "4 MUAIQNAIBB FOB CHRISTY" i •«»• "V UWER PRICES .NATION-WIDE Red Ltbel FRUIT COCKTAIL IN HEAVY VfUdf NATION-WIDE Red Libel R«d Robt Country Sfyl« SLICED PINEAPPLE OQc PICKLE STICKS 07c IN HEAVY JYIUP .. ------- No. 1 CAM • V NEW CKOPI «.OZ. LAX6E JAK ________ £ f Iflc . ___ IV TOPMOST M.mmolh N«»ur*l ASPARAGUS NEW PACKI N«. 1 CAN TOPMOST CHOCOLATE SYRUP TVi-OZ. JAI __ _______ ' . 1 1 FAMILY BUDGET Wheaties \COFFEE Mb. 8-Ot. Box C TOPMOST CHOPPED HAM COMM« THIS VALUE WITH'THE PRICE Oft COLD TOPMOST PURE FRUIT tA REFRESHING SUMMER DRINK) FLAVORED SYRUP PINT ORANGE • RASPBERRY • CHERRY • STRAWBERRY • GRAPE PETER PAN TOPMOST PEANUT BUTTER 1000 ISLAND DRESSING IQc l-Oi. J.r • «* TOPMOST MACARONI SALAD 47e IS'/ r O'. Jar •• 21' BLUE ROSE RICE 1A» 12-Ot. Boi I™ 35° i-Ol. TOPMOST Ml IS'/) TOPMOST RICE l-lb. tol _ Red Rob* N fl tion-Wid« Red Label WHITE MEAT TUNA FLAKES '/i'l CM • . SPAGHETTI 12-Qi. C.llo fkri. N<tion-Wid* Colored MARGARINE %-Lb. Stieki, l-Lb. M«. Nablico OREO CREME SANDWICH Il-Oi. fk« ._, Nebiiea PREMIUM SALTINES U-Oi. Pkg. . LUX FLAKES Large ^*Tc Box Mfl RINSO Large ^^C Box £/ SILVER DUST Large 4Oc Box £O SURF Large ^Qc Box £tl LIFEBUOY SOAP 3 RBe a?;25 e LIFEBUOY SOAP Bath 1 <%c . Size 1 £ LUX SOAP 3S:*25 e LUX SOAP Bath 1 Oe Bar lA Home Crown , CABBAGE ... .„..,, Large Iceberg LETTUCE M Large Sunkist ORANGES -43 Red • BEETS bunch 9* Fancy Green CUCUMBERS 2 ,17 Fancy Golden Bantam CORN 2.».15 1 Qft Krey—Smoked Cottage, Butts DAINTY ROLLS ir 79 <••••• »' t '__ . Hunter Thrifty Sealed Pkg, » SLICED BACON u, 49' Krey—Tiny Smoked Link Sausage SMOKETTES Hunter PORK SAUSAGE Roll Armour Star or Swift BONELESS VEAL ROAST 69c Armour Cloverbloom or Swift FRYING CHICKENS 55c SPRY 3 £83' LUER'S DOUBLE DUTY READY-TO-EAT SMOKED BUTTS 59 OLD FASHIONED SLICED MEAT LOAF Lb, 63 American Beauty •SPAGHETTI •MACARONI •SF.A SHELLS Visit Your Nearest Neighborhood Nation-Wide Store UllEV'S GROCERY ;K! CentrM IEHTIER. M. •. 1)01 K. Seventh BROWNIE'S GROCERY ROSEWOOD GROCERY R. R. I, Rosewood Height* EAST ALTON GROCERY 33 Kdw«rd»ville GOLDMAN'S MARKET ELM STREET MARKET Clm aod OILDIHE I FRI6K TOl fr. Madi«on Wood Kivci OQTY. FAY Godfrey. lUiaoi* FERGUSON AVENUE MKT,« 800 K- ferju»on.Woo<J River GREENWOOD MKT, 1001 HiKbliind HORN I HORN, Inc. »0l Union St. HOLLOWAY'S MARKET 434 Bowman, & 4Uon. IlliooU J, A. W, MARKET 414 Sinclair Ave., South Ko*ana J, W, HUNT lUiooi* KENNY'S SUPER MARKET ',267 t'ergu*on, Wood Hiver JONES MARKET 11 W. fer^uson, Wood Hiver DON LEACH MARKET 410* Milton McQUIRE, JOHN J. n, UlinoU MAPLE. H, U Mwlora, Ulinoi* EDW. MOTTEA Jer«eyville, Illineii MEEHAN'S MARKET Hunker Hill, 111. MILTON ROAD MARKET 10) Milton ivo«4 REHBEIN, JR, d * Jennings, Wood River RICE'S MARKET 3M7 Santord Aveimt HARRY ROBERTSON 7«« Bell* St. RUST, FRED 1801 St»t« St- SAMPSON'S MARKET TOO SILVER RIDGE MARKET 481 Bro»dw»j, EM« Altoi HAUTER'S MARKET ZIPPRICH, CHAS. ttrtftna.

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