Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 32
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
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THHtTY.TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 Fish Dishes Are Always Popular During Lent Afl Of ws are on the lookout for fish dishes which will have particular appeal to the family. While we are most interested In these durttig Letit, there is t» reason why ft fish specialty Should not rravs a regular place tm the menu. Many people prefer canned fish such as salmon or tuna, to fresh fish. This is convenient, as we usually have a few rans of these staples in reserve. In one household corn and calmon pastries are great favorites for * meal which must be prepared quickly. With a package of pic crust mix and with tomato snuce and torn from the pantry shelf, and other ingredients from our usual rcfreperafor stork, we will have all we need for this main dish without any special shopping. Another good dish to serve with a well-seasoned creamed fish Is the type of corn fritters often known as Oysters, for some unknown reason. These gn just as well with creamed leftover meat, especially when we need to si retch the amount. Corn nnrt Salmon Pastries 1 1-pound salmon 1 No. 303 can whole kernel corn '4 cup minced onion .1 tablespoons chili smire 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 e^R, beaten salt YOUR CHOICE tUER-HUNTER or KREY READY TO EAT 14- 16-lb. Avg. FULL SHANK . •* PORTION u.'.* FULL BUTT PORTION 1C ARMOUR JUNIOR SIZE TURKEYS 1C No. 1 Golden Bantam CORN 3-25 c Firm, Ripe Tomatoes 4 in Gtn. 1C Florida CELERY 2 stalks 1C Florida New "A" Size Potatoes 5- ic Alt It AS MAItKin (T. Ljnn Arr») 1 5'.' I L'Uwtvu SI. BAILEY'S CiKCHl.BV •ill'JI fentr.l BKK1IKK, M. I'. HOI K Seventh BROWNIE'S GROCERY Collate Ifllli J. I.. IKK K HI E Madlkun. Wood Illvtr I»»T» r*\ i:. Godfrey. Illliuili EAST AI.IIIN liKOl KBV 4W Cdwtrdivllle Rd., t«il Alton EAS1 tNU CiROl'tHt Wit C Broadway, Alton. Illlnoli KERGDSON AVENUE MKT COO E rergukoo. Wood Kli.r CBEKMIOOI) MARKET IOUI Bronu SI. GOLDMAN B MARUtT ' HAUTER'S MARKfcT Rtirblon. MIlDolt u., H( i'''' OWAV ' S MA«»"T »« BUM nun, tan Allon, III. HORN & HORN. INC HOI Union 81 WUSSGNG KliptB MAKKIT « t»»t lilta St at Alb, Alton. III. ) « HUNT •blpmm, IlllDoli .. .< *• W MARKtT »incl«li- 4tr t .. gomt, R OIIn§ lOltKH MAHhfcl II W K»r»u»oii. Wood Rltet KtKMVt SI ft« MAHKH tW Edwardtvlll* Bd vv K UUk t-tAlU MAKhtl IIIW Mllt»« »ead AlrlilllltK. JOHN I.. Jn»«vUllr. IIMnoU MM.HAN'S MAKKtT Bunker Illll. III. CIHV M 01 I IK Hfldnu. III. HKIIIICIN (iROCICRV -nd A Jciinnm. Mood Klvrr ROISKRISIIN and McMAM b T!» Hrlle SI KONMI'»<M> (iltlll |K» II fc Alrllnn Dr.. HoieHuod llgli. RI'ST. I'HH) ("''I Male M SAMHSON'K MAUKKT "00 K.n Bru«dua> Kll Vtll KIUUK M Alt KIT «JU t Broadway, Ki>l Alton tKTI.F SMITH JR.. < Millrrest Market) %xuu Illlli-reil Ate. ALVIN IlllUlhOI p (jKOCKUV Aleitdou'lirook. III. /U'CKIl H (HAS (iraltun. Illlnoli 1 p;i< k iu'f pif rril-st mix T'limatfi f'orn srtuc'' 1 Rrmovr skin nn<\ honfs from snlmon. if ^osiror), snd brenk fish inio pirrrs. Combine salmon, orif cup rorn. "i flip mirirr'l onion, rhili sauro. Wnr- rrMrrshiff s/'iirn, ppe find salt nnr) prpprr lo tfislr. Mix \vr)J.' pio CJ-II.M mix nr- cordinp; in dirr-clions nn park/igo and roll oul In '.-inrh thir-knfss nn liRhily flnurfd board. Cut infn 4'a-ififh rounds. PUir-P somn of thf^ rorn mi.xluif on hnlf Ihr rounds. Cut two-im-h rr-ntfrs from ifm.'iining rounds. Pl.n-n ihr pMstty tint's on top of rorn filling and SPH! cdf;rs toKPlhor. Plfirr on baking nhppt and bake in hot ovpn (450' F.) about 20 miniifos, or until paftry is dono. S^r\'p with Tomafo Corn ssurr. Trip small rounds may bp baked s<>paratply, about 10 minutes, and plarr-d on top of thr. pasfrios boforc Sfrving, or spn'fd srparaiply. Yifld: six servings. Tomato Corn flaim» 'i tablf'spofjns buttpr or mnrg- arino 1 rup rom 1 8-ounrr ran tomato satire Thyme Salt MrH buttrr or margarine and add onion. Cook over low heat until onion is fender. Add corn, tomato sauce, and thyme with salt and pepper to taste. Blend well and heat to serve with Corn and Tomato Pastries. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK PK6S C ILB. BOX Motion, (tfidsL No.303 CANS 'nation. Wilts. "dine with the finest fresh-like Topmost foods" TOPMOST IN EXTRA HEAVY SYRUP PINEAPPLE FINGERS TOPMOST SMALL WHOLE GREEN BEANS TOPMOST PLACED STUFFED QUEEN OLIVES TOPMOST MAMMOTH PLACED GREEN QUEEN OLIVES TOPMOST JUMBO RIPE OLIVES TOPMOST SWEET MIDGET PSCKLES TOPMOST LIKE.FRESH STYLE HBKL*" 1 BUTTEB GRAPE JUICE _ 2 £.' 77' 2 No. 303 MC Cam Of No. 8 Jar TOPMOST WITH RAISINS BROWN BREAD _ _ _ _ N <L ! 25' TOPMOST STEAK MUSHROOM SAUCE _ 2 £ 25' HIPOUTE MARSHMALLOW CREME PINT O CLc JAR A3 ARGO CORN STARCH KB. \ *\C BOX I ^ MAZOLA OIL PINT ^ QC BOTTLE ^ 7 NIAGARA GLOSS STARCH 12-OZ. *l /\ C BOX AaW 24-Oi. Boftl* KARO BLUE LABEL SYRUP IVi-LB. BOTTLE ••••••• ABSORENE WALL PAPER CLEANER Th« Cleaner With th* MAGIC TOUCH 18-Ch. Can PELS NAPTHA INSTANT GRANULES LARGE ^rtc BOX ^W PRINCESS CLUB CRACKERS K 39 C /; FELS NAPTHA SOAP 2 BARS 1 9 € NABISCO GRAHAM CRACKERS America'* UB ^ «J c F «vonf« *J *J BUA 4^ 4^ PUREX Quart Bottle rooo STORES PINEAPPLE ISA titiM WwHWl HW€ DRESSING HUNTER'S HUNTERI2EO HAM Tosty! Tender! Hunter's Ready to Eat Whole of Full Ik Shank Half IUt 12 to 18 It). 59 HAMS Small, Fancy Broad-Breasted — Oven Ready TURKEYS 69' HUNTER'S BASEBALL SPECIAL SKINLESS WIENERS . . 49c HUNTER'S "LITTLE LINK" BREAKFAST LINKS . . 69c HUNTER'S NEW PEEK-A-BOO PACKAGE SLICED BACON .... 79c HUNTER'S BRAUNSCHWEIGER . . 49c HUNTER'S BASEBALL SPECIAL 1Q-O/ PkR SKINLESS SMOKIES . . 49c FOUR FISHERMEN—PRE-COOKED 10-Oz Pke FISH STICKS ..... 55c 4 WHOLE PIECES IN A SEALED CARTON SKINNED WHITING . . ' 39c CHOC. SYRUP BOSCO , . , KREMEL . TENDERONI MILNOT . , i 12 (H. . , 30c Pkg. , . . 8c Pkg. 3 29c HEIFETZ FRESH 32 Oz. Btl. DILL PICKLES 33c BLUE LABEL j,, L b. Btl. KARO SYRUP 19c FOR SALAD OR COOKING Quart MAZOLA OIL . . 3- . . 75c IGA 1 Lb. Tin DELUXE COFFEE . . . $1.17 VAN CAMP'S NO. 30 o Can SPANISH RICE .... 2-37c IGA CREAM No 303 Can WHITE CORN .... 2-35c KRAFT 2 Lb . Loaf VELVEETA CHEESE . . . 87c KRAFT PARKAY MARGARINE 1 Lb. Pkg. . 29c SPRY « CRISCO 3* 79 CALIFO ^ . , SALAD OLIVES 49 Quart Jar C 1C! A 20 Oz. Pkg. FANCY ALASKA Tall Can • . . 17c PINK SALMON 49 C Jar IGA PLACED No. 10 Jar PANCAKE FLOUR IIIPOLITK MARSHMALLOW CREME . . 25c QUEEN OLIVES "° 35c f JJ ^ 1 Lb. BBS SNO KREEM $1.12 SHORTENING WAX PAPER 105 Ft- RoU SLICED OR HALVES CUT-RITE 28c DEL MONTE PEACHES SUNNY MORN COFFEE • » « • No. 2',i Can . 31c CRANBERRY SAUCE WITH No. 300 CHICKEN or TURKEY Con WALLPAPER CLEANER ABSORENE 18 Oz. Can . 21 c FLAKES Regular BLU WHITE 2-19c REG. BATH SWEETHEART SOAP 3-25c2-25c BITE SIZE i.i s]xe Can WHITE STAR TUNA . . . 35c K:A M Ox. BH. DELUXE CATSUP . . . . 19c SAVE AT THESE IGA FOOD STORES CHARLIE'S SUPER MARKET SOI SINCLAIR AVE. SOUTH RO.XANA DAUER'S SUPER MARKET 201 CENTRAL ROXANA, ILL. ELM ST. MKT. ELM AND ALBY si'lS. ALTON, ILL. GERDING'S I6A MARKET HAWTHORNE ft CENTRAL WOOD RIVER COLDFARB'S SUPER MARKET 38 W. FERGUSON WOOD R4VBR KNIBB'S IGA MARKET BUNKER HILL. ILLINOIS MATHIAS FOOD MARKET HARTFORD, ILLINOIS ROWE'S IGA MARKET 6TH AND FERGUSON WOOD RIVER SCHNEIDER'S IGA MARKET SEVENTH AND SPRING ALTON, ILLINOIS STAHL'S IGA MARKET FOSTERBURG, ILL. FRUITS & VEGETABLES m FANCY; LARGE CALIFORNIA; bunch 19 U. S. Nn. 1 FLORIDA New Red Potatoes . . 5 29c U. S. No. I I'LOKIIM g . 0z . crtlo. Pkg.. Red Radishes .... 2 19c FANCV - HOMEGROWN' La r(fe Bunches Fresh Green Onions . . 2 9c Frozen Foods Snider Farm — Fancy Northwestern 10-oz. pkgs. Strawberries 2™»55 C i.b. IGA FLOUR PURE CANE SUGAR .... ROYAL GUEST CUT No . 303 Can GREEN BEANS . . . 2-33c EARLY JUNE No 303 Can SUNSET INN PEAS . . 2-29c

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