St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on October 20, 1933 · Page 27
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri · Page 27

St. Louis, Missouri
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Friday, October 20, 1933
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-ST.LQUIS POST-DISPATCH, PAGE 3D .FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1933, MACARONI SALAD macaroni. Then add one diced cu cumber. Mix well and pour two tablespoons of vinegar over all. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve on lettuce with heaping spoonful of mayonnaise to each portion and dash of paprika. one package macaroni. cs ';-e tOUr Or live OlAiM Ul c--half Bermuda onion, ona '"'pepper, two sweet red pimen-?e"x,t r hard-boiled eggs. Add to Valu ION es are ST.LOUIS POST-DISPATCH SANDWICH HOUR NOW Iiiiuiiiun.Mj.mHii, ii-n .. These P0PULAROIVERSI0N a i w MOTHER-WHY IS IT YOUR PUMPKIN PIES ARE NEVER FAILURES? T&T PUMPKIN PIE SPICE MY DEAR. MAKES THEM PERFECT EVERY TIME High School Students Enter tained Informally. Every Week. 10 Z: THOMSON & TflYinn rnJ rmrafin in. HOME-MADE pumpkin pie, perfect in flavor, color and aroma, demands the use of Bine different spices. The spices must be exactly proportioned, perfectly blended, and, above all, absolutely fresh. For reasons of economy, most housewives are right in hesitating to Duy tune spices just for pumpkin pie- cut here ts news: INow, tor the nrst tune, you can get the neces sary nine spices, ready-mixed for instant use, in one 10c package of T fie T Pumpkin Pie Spice-enough for 12 pies. c Spices 12 Pies READY-MIXED "A weekly sandwich hour" has been inaugurated by one St. Loui3 mother whose daughters are high school students, fond of entertaining their comrades. It is understood that every Friday afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock is open house and the radio may be turned on to the loudest, rugs rolled back and gaiety rule in this one home. Sandwiches, hot cocoa and lemonade are served, and mother puts her best efforts to the job of having plenty of sandwiches with a variety of fillings. "I didn't know how many sandwiches could be consumed by a small group," she confesses. "Now I double the amount I think sufficient and they all disappear." Pains are taken to make the sandwiches attractive in appearance, cutting them in different shapes, and using white, brown, rye and whole wheat breads to suit all tastes. Minced fish and meat, sausages, cheeses, olives, nuts and celery are included in the fillings. Sweet Potato Crop. A recent survey of 20 states indicated a sweet potato crop in these states of 69,000,000 bushels. HOME OWNED INSTITUTION 111 A f f7r?n TRW$ . .... MARKETS 5015 GRAVOIS AVENUE BROADWAY AND CHIPPEWA 7168 MANCHESTER (Mapiewood) 4341 WARNE AVENUE 6123 EASTON AVENUE (weiiston) KIENLEN AND ST. LOUIS AVENUE KIENLEN IS 6300 WEST Thin Market in open every day from 7i.Hi A. M. to P. M. SundaTB till 1 :00 P. M. Plenty of Parkins Space. QUALITY MEATS FRESH AND SMOKED STEAKS T'-nderloin or Rib, Lb PURE LARD 3-19 SMO. CALLIES 1 v:;s.' Cured, Lb SAUSAGE H-"",K- 10 R:ik or Link, Pure Pork, Lb FRESH HAMS 10 iZe Whole or Half, Lb PRIDE BUTTER 9Q Always Fresh, Lb. " flour "24 95 PUMPRINc-p.0 -1Q Big No. ZVi Cans COOKIES 91 im m Marshmallow Topped, Lb LIFEBUOY CORN 'o. 2 Cans Soap fi Bars Bed Kobe FFEE Mellow Flavor Pet, Wilson's, Borden's, Carnation or Pride I AT No. 2 Can Standard Pack Lbs. Tall Cans for MATCHES 6-19 CORN MEAL 5. R u. 1(1 y w or Yellow. cats up g - 25 i f-:nce Bottles JB SIRING BEANS 0 - 25 If CLEANSER Cans ' ;ht house- . . 15 Fruits and Vegetables GARDEN FRESH APPLES. 5lb,19 Bushel SL39 ONIONS 510 LEMONS Thin Skin, Juicy Dox. 10 POTATOES 1530 Idaho BusseU in Cloth Bag I WW Plan to Attend the ANNUAL FALL FOOD SHOW at REM LEY FOOD ARCADE Olive St. Road at North and South Phone PArkview 3810 Come and learn the newest methods of food preparation, and how to save money, yet make your table more attractive. There will be food demonstrations today, tomorrow and Sunday, from 10 to 12 a. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m., with an additional demonstration from 7 to 9 p. m. on Saturday. Come and bring your friends. Free samples for all. o Now on Sale at AOP FANCY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT FOR 70-80 Size IDAHO ROME BEACTT Apples 5 Lbs. 25c FANCY BOXED WASHINGTON Delicious Apples, 4 i . 25c 60-SIZE Iceberg Lettuce, 2 hi. 15c FANCY JONATHAN BOXED Apples ....... 5 Lb. 25c I Golden-Ripe NANA: Lbs. Week-End Cake Special CARASV3EL Layer Cake C Each Angel Food Cake . rA 29c Dessert Layer Cake E"' 25c Jelly Rolls M 15c Mamma's PANCAKE FLOUR pk 3L0c Magic Washer SOAP POWDER 2 SMALL 4 P. PKGS. Friday and Saturday Only KIT Lb 3 BAQ 45 c J1- "'W'--'".-! 'j i 1 1 , Here is the world's largest selling coffee at a price th-rt is sensationally low. While shopping at A Si P this weekend be sure to lay in your supply. And remember really fresh coffee is ground before your eyes. RED CIRCLE COFFEE..,.,. 21c BOKAR COFFEE 25c Last Two Days of A&P's Sensational lc Sale! Del Monte Tomatoes 3 2tc Regular 2 Cans 30c. Additional Can lc, or Morton's Salt iodized 3 Regular 2 Packages 20c Additional Package lc, or Sunbrite Cleanser Regular 3 Cans 15c. Additional Can lc, or.. Palmolive Soap Regular 3 Cakes 19c. Additional Cake lc, or Ken-L-Qiation Regular 4 Cans 50c. Additional Can lc, or lc 4 Can, 4 - 20c 51c 5 U. S. Government Inspected Meats BONELESS PORK OR VEAL U L L Delicious Roasted with Sweet Potatoes Chuck Roast off Beef Choice Cat, lb., IZVie Leg of Lamb Lamb Cbops. Ib.. 20e Morreir Bacon eb7.nd A MlJd, Sorar-Cared Prtxlorf, 3-5 lb. pc. Smoked Skinned Hams Sagar Cared, Hk-k'y Simked, Wbole or 1 Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. 10e 16k 12!c 12!c Special This Week-End! HEM Chili Sauce 21 Btl. Softasilk Cake Flour. pk,t 25c Bartlett Pears VrnV- 2 V 29c Bab-o r"" 13c Old Dutch Cleanser 2 r"" 15c Waltke's Rr Soap. 10 ' 25c Brer Rabbit Molasses'r.n" 14c PURE CANE LB. CLOTH BAG So 10 Lbs. Bulk 49c 25-Lb. Cloth Bag $1.29 Chesterfield, Camel, Lucky Strike or Old Gold - L- Per Carton Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 2 15c Swift's Brookfield Cheese . . 2 "0. 15c Borden's Chateau Cheese . "'17c Free! RlMwrr and Rmth Caa wtth parHkMe 4 r f Seminole Tissue ... 4 25c New Pack Pumpkin . . 10c Dr. Price's Baking Powder' 19c Navy Beans ...... 4 im. 17c Citron t522GS Peel . . . . i. 35c $ ,(Q) PKG. 11c O.K. SOAP ft-93 Kxtra Family W "

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