Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
Page 23
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•3VT-3- ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 19&4 VFW AtlXILIARY, ALTON 1308, in stalled officers Sunday, and MM. William teteffcfti, seated holding bouquet of rows, was fnslallod BB president. Mr. ,Ji retiring commander of the VFW.—Photo by Don flayr*. Jefferson Grade '.'• Students Visit State Capitol . ELSAH -- Twenty-four children of the Jefferson School and 10 aflolts boarded Hie GM & 0 train at the College Ave. station in AHon Saturday morning anrl went to Springfield, where limy visited the State Capitol, the House of Representatives, the museum in the Centinnial Building and Lincoln's home. An additional hlghllRht of the day was n conducted tour through the train and an Ire DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Duke Bakery DIAL «-292J Mh and tlonry Sin. Open Evenings Until 9 P. M. (ALL DAY SUNDAY) -WEEKEND FEATURES, Fresh Strawberry Pi* Lemon Sherbet Cake 'Angel Foot) Cake , ; : Short Cake Discs • • Lemon.Meringue Pie Apricot Coffee Cake Dutch Coffee Cake Cheese Cake Apple Strudel Cinnamon, Nut, Rye and French Bread We Sj&ejaJize in Wedding and Party Cakes ""V. cream treat by railroad officials. II was the first train rklo for many of the students. The Jef- 'rrson School Community Club j-ponsored tho trip. Takn Camp Trip Members of Boy Scout troop No. 9 and their fathers enjoyed an overnight rnmp- trip Saturday nnd Sunday tit Camp WniTPn-Lcvls. Atlendwere: Scoutmasler Robert l/)wdor, DoiiKlns and Kent Hake, George Knndler and son, David, Marvin Klmlile and son, GI-OR, Cyrus Bunting and son, Cyrus, Jim Hnyrien and son, Jimmy, Bnrncl Cre.ssswell and son, Hon- rr)r>, O. Pralher and son, Leo, and William Smith and son, David. J/CWH Notf* ELSAH -- Mrs, Anna Lane, who underwent surgery last week at Alton Memorial Hospital Is reported to be Improving. Douglas Hake, who suffered a heart allnck last week, Is slowly improving. He is n patient at Alton Memorial Hospital. TOM-BOY PHOTO-QUIZ EACH TUESDAY AND FRIDAY KSD-TV, Channel S WIN A CASH PRIZE:—Ask in your neighborhood Tom-Boy Store how you can win one) of the dally cash prltet Here are the Answers to Next Week's Quit Shows TUESBIAY—-MAY 4th 1. The. Swl»» -Ounrrtu 2. Gprtrud* Edp.rlfl FRIDAY—MAY 7lh 8, IjOiils Arrmtrnnif 4. Ronsnvrlt Field or 1. tliiitxnn, Knst Si llnrlrm River* 2. Monn Ll»a 3. American Involution 4. Mt. Olympiift Frown Drwert Storn Hrrvlrc WEWOKA, Okla. /!' - You rnn get everything In a drug store these dnys. Undcrsherlff David Ramage was drinking his morning coffee In the phnrmncy which also houses I In. Western Union office, n clerk handed him a telegram. It was n warrant for an arrest on n Texas bogus check charge. The accused man was also a customer, The officer made the arrest, finished his coffee and mlnute.s nfler receiving the wirej had the prisoner on his way back lo Texas. FREZERT STAR-KIST TUNA . . GERBER'S BABY FOOD Qt. Chunk No. % Style Can 29c 3 can » 27c CHUN KING . HYPOWER TAMALES FORBES SUMMER DRINK Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Hour* B lo «, Vrlilny lo » • i?«wi« •• nn Peanut illiiK^r _ ,3ff OLEO 2"-l:{'e riavorkUt CRACKERS /I •^••^••M^M* --------»»»»W^V^^ fJELL-O « 54e * % * %W *********»*»»W»»*W»»»V»»»»»»»»»M. SALT 2»™19c ,»«; llmiiil APPLE SAUCE TISSUE . 4 HOG FOOII *1 ^7a« *-™« t «IIN & 9\J rwllx TIDE or CIIEElt Phone 2-0031 I at ALBY •!<><• writ I i-il in King <;|HNN«>M 4-olorN , 2;ic Form Fresh «r=»cz» 39c m Boiling Ilocf . l«li>nl fur !<>oil Tea. >lllk Sliak<>H, c r; NniliiM mill \\l Tall Ih-liikN. [\: IM<>nlv of room for !«>«< «<ubi<M lliglihiiicl •» & holllcN W\«««M«««%%^«^««« Lgo. llologna : Cluifk Roust 45f lh - Shorl Sioaks 59c "•• Roiiinl Sloaks 7Iff "'• Sirloin Steaks . 7:U« '«•• Steaks 7 lie Hi. = FRYERS Very Chtitfv farm Wrcum-il sJO«% f*ur* JWI% |'Mr<* -Hrm -jf* -mpm -mf^m f^ ^^ Ground BEEF 39, Jtimho 8-Lb. Can No. 2 Mi Can Syrup Ideal for casserole and salads WHITE STAR TUNA FISH Chunk Style No. ' Size Tin For theme and copies of punt recipes nddre** your request to: TOM-BOY CONSUMER SERVICE DEPT. 4353 CLAYTON—ST. LOUIS, 10, MO. PINEAPPLE POSIES 7 rii\«»ppl« Sllcrs I K-oi. |ikf. I'hlUdtlphlt llrund Crekin Cheei« Milk I.raf letlucg ' Thinly illcrd ridlbhfi Miracle Trcnrh or C'anlno Kreni'h dremlnf For ench nerving place » slice of pineapple on lettuce. Soften the cream cheese with a email umount of milk and place a mound In the center of the pineapple. Press thin rnUlxh slices Into the cheese to resemble petnli. Serve with either Miracle French or Casino French Dressing. VELVEETA INDIVIDUAL PIZZAS t cups flour H lnii»i>ouns l»kln( powder I toipuon tall Vti cup Kraft Oil H rup milk Kraft Oil Tomato loppl U Ib. Vrlvtcla Sift the flour, baking powder and salt Into a bowl. Combine the Vj cup of oil and the milk, and pour all at once Into the dry Ingredients. Stir with a fork until the mixture rounds up Into a ball Knead about 10 limes without flour. Roll the dough between waxec paperi to Vi-inch thickness. Cut into six rounds with a 3'j-Inch cutter. Place on an ungreaied cookie sheet. Urush the tog of each round with oil, and spread with the tomato topping. Bake In a moderately hot oven, 400°. 15 minutes, or until the edges are llghtb browned. Remove from the oven and arrange strips of Vclveeta in •poke fashion on the tops. Bake 3 minutes more, or until the Velvceta U melted. (English mufflni may be split ami toasted and used Instead of the baking powder biscuits.) TOMATO TOPPING 1 cup driln canned S ablnpouui finely hopped ireen onion* t*»l>oou oregane spoon tilt spoon pepper Break up the tomatoes and combine with the olives onions and seasonings. Drain well just before placing on the rounds of dough It rup chopped itutfrd vines LUER HUNTER'S^WIENERS- 89' LEAN, MEATY FRESH CALAS, 6 to 8 Ibs ...... 37c GROUND BEEF .............. 3 $ 1°° LUER'S or KREY'S BRAUNSCHWEIGER, By The Piece... 53c KREY'S SMOKETTES ......... V£ 49' FANCY HADDOCK OR PERCH FILLETS ^r . . . 49c KRAFT VELVEETA ......... . St 89 C CREAM CHEESE Philadelphia , . . Pkgs*. 2 For 29* TOMOY SflEAmtS lAMimyiE . . ..... 2 -47c Donald Duck Grapefruit Juice Pure refreshing strained juice of tree- ripened grapefruit. It's a natural appetizer and an invigorating drink BIG 46-OZ. 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