Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 16
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 16

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
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WHY FLY OR SWIM WHEN YOU CAN RIDE? A Mallard "'duck and her offspring: find Jimmy, the Philadelphia zoo's hippopatamus. a willing ferry boat as Jimmy floats lazily around his own private pool in the 200. The ducks often must swim or flutter into the air when Jimmy coyly slips beneath the surface of the water. (AP wirephotoi GREEN GIANT PEAS 2-39( SNOW CROP LEMONADE ;« H—vy Syrwp SU-Z-Q CATSUP 2-35' PIECRUST a t *t mix Ln^ixr BLUEBERRY tl,.Mt MUFFIN MIX £36' <Fl TWE-SAVIHi W FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS! Han Tempting, Thrifty Menus erotnd rfco Snow Crop quality Yafmf SNOW CROP 4% 6.ez. Of-* ORANGE JUICE- JL cant 35° 35' Monarch Grapefruit Segments 2 » 35* Monarch Pie Filler "tsar -35e C«t Gr*tn Monarch Asparagus Spears . "^29e Monarch Green Beans m 2-35c Monarch Family Flour . . . m45« mm We Are Open Every Night Till 9:00 p.m. Sundays Till 12:30 p.m. COUNTRY FRESH EGGS 35° • GOOD LUCK MARGARINE 2 lbs. 55° Only & §mtUa Monarch Monarch PINEAPPLE 1> ftrfr* Heavy Syrwp Monarch NunsnuML pkn.es |33e Monarch WHOLE SWEET PICKLES Monarch Crtom Stylt or Vfliolt Ktrltl GOLDEN CORN IT27C Monarch FRUIT COCKTAIL I* hUm Heavy Syrup IS Ox. #1 Tin Please the Folks at Hill Bros.' Easy-To-Afford Prices! PINK SALMON.... £55« CATSUP w 21c BRE4S7 O' CHICKEN ^ ,. . Tim a 0 72 s,ze $100 KLEENEX f ink. 'Whit.. Y.llow! New Economy Tack 2"U'57C the Dixon Evening Telegraph Thursday, May 19, 1955 Page lb Chew on That! RICHMOND. Va. tj>— E. L. Clements was almost ready to sit down to a free steak dinner. But one rusty nail punctured his hopes. Clements, safety chairman of the department of pub'ic works, has a standing promise fiom his chief of a steak dinner when he guides the department through an accident free month. He was doing fine, too, up to the last few days of the month. Then fate intervened. A workman stepped on a rusty nail. Result: One accident. Xo steak. Putting on the Dog FLINT. Mich. '.T>— Even the stray dog is falling victim to progress. Dog Warden Max Cole now has his trucks connected by two-way radio with the sheriff's office. SNOWDRIFTS IN COLORADO — High above timberline in Colorado Rockies, a rotary plow chops through snowdrifts on Trail Kidsre road ° between Estes Park and firand Lake. Colo. Barring fur ther storms, the road will be opened to motorists May 2S for summer. •ephoio) Look at these super values! They're a few of the "BEST BUYS OF THE WEEK" you'll see at HILL BROS. We couldn't print them all because every item in our store is low priced every day. 1 ■EST BLADE CUT POT ROAST . . . LEAN Short Ribs Beef . PAULSEN'S— FRESH DRESSED Top Values Because They're Top-Grade Meats . . , Pre-Trimmed of Excess Bone and Fat. RIB ROAST U. S. GRADE CHOICE STANDING RIB ROAST 63 ib. 43L 29* Frying Chickens . .0%7ib. SLICED OR PIECE Large Bologna . . 39 WILSON 5 CORN MNte Ib. 45s Mm T&b. sliced bacun . Come to HILL BROS, for the of the Produce Crop FRESH, HOME GROWN ASPARAGUS . LARGE. SOLID HEAD LETTUCE FRESH. TENDER SWEET CORN . FLORIDA, NEW WHITE POTATOES . . U. S. NO. 1 RED POTATOES . . Mb. bch. 2 hds. Q ears 1 0 10 FULL OF JUICE— 176 SIZE FLORIDA ORANGES lbs. doz. Pick 21 29< 38 79< 65< 43 Novel Beef Round-Ups Can Make Delicious Appetizers By GAYNOK MADDOX Little things to eat with bever ages before dinner— every hostess likes to collect recipes Tor inem. We were in Chicago recently and dined with Marian Loofe, distinguished home economist. In her i e r n aDartment overiooKing Lake Michigan she served unusual ly good appetizers. Among them were barbecued spareribs, thinly sliced Canadian bacon spread with a little mustard and horseradish and quickly broil ed. She told us that 6-ounce pack-, ages of thinly sliced Canadian bacon are now on the market. Here are other appetizers from Bwf Round-l'ps Form smoked or cream cheese into small balls about 1-inch in diameter. Roll balls in shredded sliced dried beef and serve on a Braunschweiger Pickle Spread (Yield: cup spread) One - half cup braunschweiger liver sausage. 2 tablespoons finely chopped sweet pickle. 2 tablespoons pickle juice. 2 drops Tabasco sauce. Combine all ingredients. Serve as a sandwich filling or on Peperoni Whip (Yield: 1 cup) ping cream or evaporated nuiK, i ice package cream cneese, i tablespoons chopped parsley. Whip cream. Mash and soften ream cheese with fork. Add to ■hipped cream. Whip thoroughly until smooth. Stir in peperoni A-hich has been ground, or chopped iery fine. Stir in parsley. Serve n bowl with potato chips as an ap petizer or serve as a snack. Crunchy Braunschweiger Spread (Yield: V'} cups) One-half pound braunschweiger, 2 tablespoons grated onion. U cup finely chopped celery. 3 tablespoons sweet pickle juice. Mr sh braunschweiger in bowl with fork. Add remaining ingredients and mix until blended and smooth. Cover and keep cold in the refrigerator until ready to use. No Escape NEWPORT. Ky. (J>— Denzill Proffitt parked his car in front of his home. The next morning he found a hit-run driver had smashed the left front door and front fender. That night Proffitt parked the car on the other side or tne street. Along came another hit-run driver. smashing the back door and back fender. Now. Proffitt is looking for a place to hide his car. 10c VALUABLE COUPON \QC THIS COUPON IS WORTH 10c On the Purchase of a HALF PINT of LAWTOH'S WHIPPING CREAM IN GLASS BOTTLES ONLY 4 DAYS ONLY—THURSDAY, MAY 19th THRU SUNDAY, MAY 22nd Redeem This Coupon at Any LAWTON Dairy Island Store or Drive-In X-tra DEE-lustious! Strawberries and LAWTON'S 'Boy! • -. Nothing Better ! • . . and I Can Fix it Myself!" "Golly, just watch me 'dig In'! (See, even Fido knows a treat when he sniffs luscious berries and cream!) Man, this is really Hvin'!" AVAILABLE AT ALL \ DAIRY ISLAND STORES \ WASHINGTON <*— By a one-vote targin. the Senate Agriculture Committee yesterday beat buck a love aimed at early Senate action n a House-passed bill to restore igid, high-level price support* foi basic farm crops. The committee agreed, instead, o consider the House bill and the -tice support program generally t public hearings that could ex tend beyond the present session ol Congress. The Eisenhower administration scored one of its major victories last year with the adoption of the flexible price support system it ad-crops. The House, however recently passed a bill to ditch the administration program and provide for support of basic crops at 90 pet- cent of parity for anotner tnree years. Parity is a legal standard ■ or measuring farm prices fair to producers in relation to the cost of things they buy. Cars Get the Bird IF.ONTON. Mich. «-P> — A cock pheasant which chases automobiles. much like a dog. has taken a mils of country road as his domaui. He often startles motorists rushing from a roadside field and charging along with the front wheels, his hackle feathers bristling. Glenn Williams of Ironton believes the pheasant is one of a dock he raised last year as a spoilsman's club project. And Williams' thinks he likely is guarding a harem, in a roadside field or at least "shearing off" for a lady love. As news pf the car-chasing bird spread, more and more motorists aarted swinging into nis aomain and driving 10 .miles an hour to ling. the bird run, crowing ana cack Centennial Oxen CARMJ. 111. IJI— Farmer' Jasper rown still uses an ox tears but only at centennial celebrations. Dressed for the oart, he- walks beside his oxen and guides their se by the bme honored gee and haw." Li the course of year* and numerous pageants and parades Brown has raised and trained \ number of ox teams. • EN • JAW - INC HERSELF— Little Susan Guy, 6, has a whale of a good time exploring the mouth of a giant model whale ' at London , England, zoo. The i model was used in the filming iof "Moby Dick" and will form | part of a whaling exhibition opening at the 200. NOTES for BUSINESSMEN: How to Profit from JOB PRINTING EFFICIENCY FORMS Every business has set up for itself many types of forms which help mane for a greater efficiency and a larger savings. Are you ac-nuainted with all of these? Our men are equipped to ^iv« yon the latest i novations. Call as today. B.F. SHAW Prir» finer Cg. Phone 3-1811 — 8-l«el ana umvt-iNb ? PIZZA or From Your LAWTON'S ROUTE MAN N 1RCHI' ARCHIVE® EW SPA .PER! NEWSPAPER

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