Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1956 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 19, 1956
Page 31
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THURSDAY, JULY 19,1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THmnr«ON* S1K&V<*3B8K xt&X-feRr 'A RAIN I RAIN State and Elm North Alton .. Open 'Til • Fftda* WH* Each Can Makes a FULL QUART Juxt imagine 5 quarts of delicious thirst-quenching lemonade for such a low price. up fop the W||rni weath . Mhlllo Mkt. er that ntlll lies ahead. Be prepared to serve cool re freshing lemonade on » mln ute's notice. Open 'Til 8 Friday Ntte ^£kV:'^^Si^@iViL^K^^! < K&vi: MILNOT ELECTION SWEEPSTAKES PEARL MKT. 835 Central Alton Open 'TU 7 Friday NUr. Grocery Prices Effective Through Wednesday, July 25th WIN A TRIP t* trie inauguration! Or Ttn Othtr Prlies! •IT YOUR ENTRY •LANK TODAY PROM OUR STORES! MILNOT Large Cans 29 C SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS 27° Lb. Pkg. PETER PAN PEANUT BUTTER 41 C 12-Ofc Jar STTAR-KIST CHUNK TUNA 31 C No. Tin JOYFUL HOMINY No. 300 I ft c Can 1U MRS. TUCKER SHORTENING ' 95 C 3-Lb. Can KRAFT'S PHILLIES io c 10-OZ. Pkg. DRY DETERGENT TREND 2 Large Pkgs. LIQUID DETERGENT TREND 2 Bottles 59 LIQUID BLEACH PUREX Qt 19° CLEANSER OLD DUTCH 2 Cam 19° LIQUID DETERGENT WISK Qt 69 REAL GOLD Cool DRINK your choice of flavors 05dpe . . 2 lor 33c Ltmon . . 2 for 33c . 2 lor 3Sc TOM-BOY FLAVOR PLUS U.S.GOVERNMENT GRADED CHOICE BEEF . . 29c ' 37c Oil IIP If HA no* FIRST CUTS. If nil U IV nUMOl CENTER CUTS ROUND STEAKS SIRLOIN STEAKS -79° II Features of the Week! CHECK THESE SAYINGS AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD TOM-BOY WESSON OIL FOR A BARGAIN BARBECUE SAUCE! *,4 cup Wesson Oil *i cup chopped onion s .i cup tomato catsup ?i cup water ',4 cup lemon, juice 2 tablespoon! prepared mustard 2 teaspoons salt % teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons sugar full quart bottle "-- RIB ROASTS STEAKS -59° 3 tablespoons Worchestershire sauce Cook onion till toft in hot Wesson Oil. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer IS minutes. Sear meat on both rides, then brush with sauce each time meat is turned. Serve with remaining sauce. Wonderful with chicken, ateak and hamburgers. FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 - *1°° LUER "COWBOY" OR HICKORY HILL THICK SLICED BACON ....... 2 98c BY THE PIECE KREY BRAUNSCHWEIGER ...... 39c BY THE PIECE SWIFT'S PREMIUM THURINGER . . . BOOTH BRAND WHITING FILLETS Franco American Spaghetti 49c So quick and easy to prepare—and the flavor can't be beat. Get several cans of this renowned brand. 15'A-Or. Cans 25 KRAFTS NATURAL CHEESES DELUXE PROCESS SLICED AMERICAN, BRICK, PIMENTO, SWISS, MUENSTER GHEEZ-WHIZ ',; r 29e VELVEETA . . 2 . . 29c TOM-BOY SPREADING Ma Brown Preserves The tasty goodneM of the** preserves makes everyone reach for second Mrvings. Wonderful with bread 'n butter. Your choice of red plum, apricot, peach or pineapple. Meat Prices Effective through Saturday, July 21st 12-Ox. Jars TOM-BOY COFFEE Guaranteed to pleate the moit discriminating coffee drinkers Lb. 85 Fresh Fruits £ Vegetables Shipments Are Received Regularly to Assure You of the Finest and Freshest of Produce! SUMMER FAVOftlTf I No. 1 Triumph Red Potatoes 10 Ibs. C and a Sandwich Fancy Slicing Enter Today - Be a Winner! $ 63,000.00 MINK SWEEPSTAKES for details M>e apodal label* ou— LIQUID STAK< H MIRACLE KINSK STA-FLO Qt 18c STA-PUF QL49c Tomatoes 3«» 25° Home tirown Golden Bantam— CORN.. DOZ. 29 Large Eare C 3 for 33c 2for33c 2for33c HAWAIIAN PUNCH Doing nuininer entertaining? The exciting flavor of Hawaiian J'unch is delicious sened in tall, cool gla»be». lileul for nerving plain or at> a mixer. Large 46-Oz Can 29 Peaches 3 •- 39 frlce* JUfectlve XurougU baturUny, Jul> iil»t, C You rate more at a ... TOM-BOY STORE C. WALTERS 3400 Brown Alton Rostdale MM. 521 L Airlino —Rot*wood Heights Opra 'TU t Friday NIU SCHUTZ MKT. 300 N. 6th St. Wood River Open 'Til • Friday HARBKE MKT. 223 S. Central Roxana Open 'TU • Friday Nit* JERMAN'S MKT. 819 N. Delm«r Hartford Open 'Til • Friday Kit* I. C. HAMER 1904 State St. Alton Open TU » VriA*S Nlte

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