Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 18
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 18

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
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I LOOK! 675 PRICES BELOW JANUARY 1st SUB. dexo Shotening 3 Kraft Salad Dressing MIRACLE WHIP Round Steak Sirloin Steak 33e Grapefruit Sections 2 Niblets Mexicorn Del Monte Whole Kama) Reliable Peas DEAN'S Ice Cream r2"49e FOR COOKING, BAKING Wesson Oil bti. 37c bfi- PETER PAN Peanut Butler 37* Swa.t T.nd.r Green Beans S.Uct Quality Sliced Pineapple,.,., Wax Beans >TX •IHy Fruit Cocktail , „. Bartlett Pears *.L.X> Fresh Ground Beef Short Ribs Boneless Chuck Sliced Bacon FLAVOR-KIST Graham Crackers ,7rlOc Mott's Apple Juice 2 «r 27° Tomato Juice; 2 r27e Realemon Wilson's Tendermade Boneless Lamsn Julea Raeeni+ituttd" lb. tin quart 16-01 tint A&P Sliced Beets F„„ 2 r 23e Grapefruit Juice 2 ' lona Tomatoes 2 T 25c Na Green 2 ' Irish Whole Potatoes ;.|0« Pineapple Juice 4 Golden Corn d 2 r29e Tomato Juice Lib by, RicK, Flavorful AAP-Zarty, FiriMt Quality : |Oe Hawaiian Punch z::1 2**45* Hi-C Orange Drink 2'ir25e Ass't Beverages™.:";! 2 3 ";: *|°° C&C Super Beverages 3 T39* Pik-Nik Potatoes £ 2 Greenwood Sliced Beets 2 33c Chicken of the Sea Tuna n 3rJ|00 Star Kist Tuna £ ":35e Downy Flake Waffle . |0C Fould's Macaroni 2 "23' Northern Tissue .'1 3 - 25" Dash Dog Food ST 2-29' Duz Detergent 2 ^ 63" Tide Detergent 2^63' Spic and Span Cleanser 25° American Family Detergent 2 £ 63* Sweetheart Facial Soap 3 * 25* c h 63c 49c 25c 39' 25' 27' 25' :I0' 43s •49' - S|00 :49' 29° 29' 35' A A Mill-1* II All A .tAAQ Or Swlii "Supar-Righi' 'Super-Right' farlraMfl- 90% Laan 10% Suet Allgoad 8rand Hiekcry Smolt.d Save on Meats1. Dairy Items'. Groceries/ Household Items! For Frying, faking CD ECU P<"t*uri"d& rliCdn Homogenized MILK ^37' BUTTER SILVER BROOK SUNNYFIELD •> l , » • . 93 Score Our Finest 90 Score Parchment Print Quality in Quartan 63° *65c Swiss Cheese New York Cheddar^ Angel Food Cake E5. Sugared Donuts c.;zn Potato Bread UP An LETTUCE ■ "■■■Ball M fl ■ « ID< W W .^JtL^Z FIRM, CRISP, LARGE — 41 Siz* Bone in, Blade Cut "Super-Right" Quality Beef PUIIP.If RtlACT .95e wiiwvii nvnvi White Potatoes ' 'Sup.r-Righf Fin. Qualify 59c Fresh Fryers ,49" New Onions fiCe Auan D«aiiu Huekt L"'. iiQe Watermelon Sllead . Potato Chips Spanish Bar ,p, Almond Cookies Orange Slices ll %J%J VIVII ■■VMM J W«*n» Island lb. 39° Veal Shoulder Roast r ,29' ?°!de" ^'""J 25e Shoulder Veal Chops 49* Picnics 39° Fancy Large Shrimp Juice Oranges Fels Naptha 3 ^ 25c * Cashmere Bouquet Facial ufch Typi Calrforni U.I.Na. Florid— Pirt of tha SaawR 39° Sweet Corn .11 35c Pascal Celery T«lt 59c Fresh Tomatoes V. •nutes ib. 55c b 59c ::.39e ri9e ::,|5< :55e ...29' :25e :29c Wf 2 - 25c 10 69° 3 * 25* J* ,15c 5 39° 5 -~ 29° ...19' ::19e 2 * 25e rag. Aq aconemy 9C TM OttAT ATLANTIC 4 PACIfK TU COMFAMT All pricti effective through May 21»t 55' 9C« 2Z63' 3 2 25* 2-25; 2 *» 23c I, New Detergent F£„™ '£ AWHWCA** WtlMOlT TOOO UTAtllt ... ItNCl lit* 39° STORE HOURS -Monday thru Thursday, 9 am to 6 pm Friday, 9 am to 9 pm Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm The Dixon Eveninz Telegraph— Dixon. Illinois Page 18 Thursday, May 19, Woo Pickles Add Extra Flavor To Snacks and Roast Veal B^ By GAYNOR MADDOX lust experimented with tw pickle recipes. Mrs. Paul Bond of New York gave them to us. Her husband is an artist You'll say she is. too, when you eat her pick-Fickle Egg Appetizer Pie (Makes 1 7-inch pie) Four hard-cooked eggs, finely-chopped, *i cup finely chopped dill pickles. 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard, 2 tablespoons vinegar, H cup mayonnaise, salt and pepper to taste, H pound liverwursl, mashed. 1 7-inch crosswise slice round pumpernickel bread, ^-mch Combine eggs, pickle, onion, mustard, vinegar, 3 tablespoons mayonnaise and salt and pepper; mix well. Combine liverwurst and; remaining mayonnaise blend thoroughly. Spread egg mixture on Decorate with liverwurst mixture forced through pastry tube. Garnish with additional pickles and pimento, as desired. Pickled Veal P.oast (Makes 8 serving-.) One 3'i pound veal roast, boned and rolled. 3i cup chopped onions. 3* cup chopped sweet fresh cucumber pickles, salt and pepper. 1 cup sweet cucumber pickle liquid. TJnroll veal and spread with on- When You Do Your Painting Don't Forget We Sell Quality Paints LINSEED OIL TURPENTINE and BRUSHES MASSEY'S Ace Hardware 88 Gokna Ph.2-0511 Open Saturdays Till 9 p.m. PAULSEN 5 / CHICKEN t DINNERS ions and pickles. Sprinkl. and pepper. Roll and tu Pour pickle liauid over chill overnight. Place veal oniack in shallow pan. Roast, uncovered, in slow over 1 300 degrees F.i 3 to 3'r. hours, oi until meat thermometer registers 170 degrees and meat is tender. Baste occasionally with pickle li- SERVED at . . . WHITE HOUSE LANDMARK SPORTSMAN'S TAP RINK'S DRIVE-IN State Remap Deadlock Is Broken SPRINGFIELD, 111. <#) — A dead, ock that has held up introduction )f a legislative reapportionment oill apparently was broken Wed-lesday m the Illinois Senate. Republican and Democratic memhets of the Elections and Reapportionment subcommittee said agreement has been reacnea on a neap of l« proposed new senate districts m Chicago. n the House. Rep. Arthur W. •asue i R — LaGrange), leading ■hitect of reapportionment there said he honed a bill embodying th« line plan the entire 1 be readied for presen tation Thuisday. However, there was some talk of delay until next Under a 1954 constitutional amendment, the General Assembly faces a June 3" deadline on replacing the ex.stinsr 51 legislative district each electing three state with 5S Senate and 59 separate House districts. The amendment calls for narrow control of the House by Cook Coun-iv representatives and continued topheavy domination of the Senate by downstairs Dounstate now is ui foim control of both Assembly Postman's Holiday BRADEXTOX. Fla 'P— Highway Patrolman Harry B. Peterson, who drives mote than 4,000 miles a month patrolling his beat on the ll-mile Sunshine Skyway bridge, spends his spare time fishing— from the bridge. Dairy Foods and Chickens Are June's Best Bargains By GAYNOR MADDOX From Washington. D. C. the markets' experts of the United States Department of Agriculture report milk and other dairy foods will be in great abundance. Xext in prominence will be broilers and Other foods to be in lush supply in June are citrus and citrus products, rice, beef, vegetable fats and oils, prunes, raisins, lard and fishery products. So June will be a good eating month, and easy on the budget, too. Here is a top barbecued chicken lecipe for a crowd of 50. Barbecued Chicken (Yield: 50 serwntrs) Twenty-five 2'2-pound ready-to-cook frying chickens. Barbecue Sauce: One pint vinegar. 1 pint Worcestershire sauce. Sanitation Is VITAL to GOOD HEALTH. WATER Is VITAL to SANITATION. DIXON WATER COMPANY PAULSEN'S CHICKEN FRESH DRESSED TODAY WHOLE /-«a?r^^2^, WHOLE CUT UP fy&jtg^ggsr CUT UP AVAILABLE at . . . BAIN'S GROCERY & MARKET CHICAGO AVE. GROCERY HILL BROS SUPERMARKET V0RHIS STH ST. GROCERY 0IX0N HATCHERY BASKET ( ."^1^^^^ l 1 pint salad oil. 2 quarts water, 4 quarts catsup, ri cup salt, ^ cup chili powder, 1 tablespoon pepper, 2 quarts chopped onions. Simmer all ingredients for barbecue sauce about 30 minutes or until onions are tender. Split chickens m half down breastbone and backbone. Rinse and pat dry. Fry chicken in deep fat heated to 350 degrees F. about S minutes to brown. Place chicken halves skin side down in a single layer in large baking pans. Pour sauce over chicken. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 30 minutes. Turn chicken skin side up. Spoon sauce over chicken. Continue baking 30 minutes or until chicken is fork tender and well coated with barbecue sauce. >"ote: This barbecued chicken may be warpped and frozen at 0 degree F. or colder. To serve, uncover, heat in oven about 30 Lemnn Barbecue Sauce (to serve 41 : Mash 1 small clove garlic with K teaspoon salt in a bowl. Add ^ cup salad oil, Ji cup lemon juice, ? tablespoons finely chopped onion, 'i teaspoon freshly ground black pepper and y3 teaspoon thyme. Goes to Town v RUSSELL SPRINGS, Ky. ffl — Jeff Baker visited Russell SpnngB for the first time in 48 years, although he lives only 11 miles away. ;The last time he saw his countv seat was in 1907. when he attended a dance. He got married shortly siterward and really settled down. Jeff, now in his 70s, hitched ft ride to town in the mailman'f horseless carriage. He observed the newfangled electric lights, the moving picture houses, paved streets and bustling traffic and remarked : "This place certainly has changed quite a bit." Then he returned to his country home. Didn't say when he'd return. A bill becomes a law either over the President's signature, or & passage by Congress over his veto. LOCKMAN IS COMING! Guaranteed Cold fur Storage GRACEY FUR SHOP on:: cext ox the dollar valuation on yotjb FURS Will Store Them Until Next Fall FORM AN Restyling and Repairing F. X. Newcomer & 60. INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS Phone 4-1621 Dixon, HI. HOOVER SALES and SERVICE First St. HALL'S t-1511 NewspaperHRCHIVE® IRCHfVE® newspaper:

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