Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 15, 1969 · Page 15
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 15

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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS Family Shopping List Clip Out and Fill Out Your List! Baking Chocolate Baking Powder Baking Soda Cocoa Coffee Cooking Oil Cornstarch Eggs Evaporated Milk Flavoring Extracts Flour—All Purpose Flour—Cake Gelatin Ketchup Mayonnaise Mustard Pepper Salad Dressing Sugar—Granulated Salt" ~ Shortening Spices Sugar—Brown Sugar—Confectioners Staples Tea Vinegar Syrup Produce Apples Fresh Fruits Bananas Cantaloupe Grapefruit Lemons Oranges Peaches Pears Beans Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Cabbage Carrots Celery Cucumbers Garlic Lettuce Onions Peppers Potatoes Spinach Canned Foods Applesauce "Fruits ~~ Fruit Cocktail Fruit Juices Asparagus Beans Beets Corn Meats Mixed Vegetables Pineapple Peaches Pears Plums Peas Pumpkin Soinach Tomato Julee Vegetable Julee Bakery Goods Breads Cakes Cookies Rolls, Buns Frozen Foods Cakes, Sweets Cocktail Snacks 'Fish " Fruits Fruit Juices Pies — Meet Pies Pizzas Potato Products Soups Vegetables Dairy Products Butter — Margarine Cheese Cheese Spread Cream Ice Cream ~Mttk_ Sour Cream Meats Bacon Beef™ Chicken Fish Frankfurters Ground Beef Ham Lamb Liver Lunch Meat Pork" ~ Sausage Turkey Veal Miscellaneous Baby Food Baby Cereal Beer Candy ^ Carbonated Beverages Cert Food Cereal Choeelate Syrup Cigarettejt Crackers Dog Food Dried Fruits Instant Items Jam, Jelly Macaroni Mixes—Biscuits, etc Noodles Nuts Olives Peanut Butter Pickles Puddings Rice Sauces School Supplies Snacks Soups Spaghetti Drug Items Dental Aids Disinfectants Headache Remedies lotions Rarer Blades Sanitary Napkins Shampoo Shaving Cream Household Supplies Bleach Candles Cleanser Cleansing Tissue Detergents, Soaps Foil Wrap - " Freezer Supplies Furniture Polish Light - Bulbs Mop Napkins Paper Bags Paoer Towels Picnic Supplies Shelf Paper Shoe Polish Soap, Hand Starch Toilet Tissue Toothpicks Water Softener Wax Wax Paper Window Cleaner 'Specials' and Other Items 1 REGISTER-NEWS FOOD ADS SAVE YOU MONEY! On The House By ANDY LANG AP Newsfeatures Every automobile driver knows that ho can clear up a foggy windshield by opening a window at his side. As the air along the inside of the windshield is diluted by the colder outside air, the contrast on opposite sides of the windshield is greatly reduced. The .fogginess, a form of condensation, disappears. Ventilation is also an efficient way of reducing or eliminating the condensation on the iaside windows and walls of houses. Condensation is the sign of excessive humidity or water vapor inside the house. Even in warm, dry areas of the country, humidity is sometimes a problem, as it is a relative condition. On a cool day, droplets of water form on windows chilled by the outside air. The water is extracted from the warm, moist inside air when it comes in contact with the cooler surface of the window glass. In colder climates, the contrast of interior and exterior temperatures is, of course, much greater. The formation of frost on the insides of windows is not uncommon, especially when there are no storm windows—unless steps are taken to reduce humidity or to warm up cold surfaces, or both. In some cases, frost even forms on the insides of storm windows, an indication mat moist air is leaking through the regular window and hitting the storm window. The results of condensation include water stains on sills, wall areas and floors beneath the windows. There is hidden damage when water seeps through cracks in sill molding and drips onto the wood framework inside the walls. Even less obvious is the damage caused when excessive humidity inside a house passes through the interior IT 'S SMALL, but certainly prominently placed. Two children found the Place Vendome in downtown Paris a perfect spot to build r "wman. GIVE TO UNITED CEREBRAL m PALSY walls to the outside walls, espo-; cially when there are insufficient vapor barriers. There are two major ways of: eliminating condensation. One is j to provide a means for the; moist air to escape from the j house quickly and easily. The \ other is to trap the excessive : moisture. Among the escape! methods are the use of louvers | and exhaust fans. Merely opening a troublesome window half- an-inch often will work. One homeowner solved his problem by opening the damper of his living room fireplace for on hour twice each day. Trapping the moisture involves the use of a dehumidifier, of which there are many varieties and sizes, ranging in price from a few dollars to hundreds of dollars. Naturally, the more sophisticated models, operated by electricity, extract larger amounts of moisture from the air. For replies to 35 questions about house problems, contained in Andy Lang's booklet, "Here's the Answer," send 25 cents and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Know- How, P.O. Box 477, Huntington, N.Y. 11743. Plllllii^^ili^^il mmmmmmmmMmmmmmm ICE RESCUE— Dennis Basney lies on the ice as firemen of Port Huron, Michigan inch their boat toward him. Basney was stranded when the snowmobile he was riding with another man broke through the Ice, drowning the other man. He was rescued. (AP Wirephoto) MEADOW GOLD III SON'S HALF & Pint Container FOOD MART 1712 So. T2fh Ph. 242-2953 OPEN 7 A.M. TO 6 P.M DAILY ^ FRIDAY 18 PJVt SALAD DRESSING Zesfee Quart COSTEUO'S Half Gal. 49 HUNT'S BORDEN'S WHIPPED POTATOES 15*Oz. Box GOLDEN RIPE BANANA! Lb. 10* GOOD RED POTATOE! 20 Bag 69 MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS 3 Bag B 29 SALTINE CRACKERS I'M 9 ARMOUR STAR ROUND STEAK lb 89* BONELESS RUMP ROAST Lb. 89* FRESH GROUND BEEF , Lb. 69* BONELESS STEWING BEEF Lb. 79* UNCLE CHARLIES SAUSAGE 2 a. Roll 89* REND LAKE BOLOGNA Lb. 39* REND LAKE WIENERS Pkg,'. 39* SKILLET READY FRYERS Each 79* ALL BEEF HAMBURGER 3 b Pkg. $100

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