Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 26, 1955 · Page 24
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 24

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 26, 1955
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CLEANSING] PAPER Soft, Absorbent .Reg. 29e (Limit a.«. 1.25 Seder! cftHVA$ FOLOIM CAMP STOOL i AuUvilt* "Slashtr" 34" SOFTBALL BAT Otfieiel id* Wr.pi TepeWr.pped Mil * Usually 1.25 Now § W r r777 Box (Limit 2) k, P&R "72" GOLF BALLS (3 25c 9" PAPER PLATES 2p.mqS27f' 85c TENNIS BALIS Tournament RE-PROCESSED • « 18"x24" FOAM RUBBER PIU0WS Thousands Sold for 2.50! WOVEN WOOD PICNIC BASKET Witt. Met.l Hing.dCor.r |59 Extra Largo Siz«| ffimm TABLETS Req.1.29 Seller! 3-pc BAMBOO FISHING POLES 12 Lightweight \On Sale! ^j^^ | jSSfjfi Giant Sixe VASELINE HAIR TONIC fJsW««'ii Jli Cellulose Sponges lajof V |l Denih to Rot* I I i-CONRsasyWix L ■ I - > Nothing to mix ■ I IM 111 j § || STANBACK ■ ,./^50Li9h,, ll Now /.f "I MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Bundle of 10 $1.50 AA. Value Z/ZJ** 29* Sells for $3 MINICAM CAMERA r.k.t 16 picture, on #12 Him. II. ck and Whit* ANSCO FILM #27 3for 84/ SAVE! BUY! 1st Choice of Millions ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN For fast colds' pain relief Nothing in the field of aspirin can relieve colds, aches, feverishness ■faster than St. Joseph Aspirin too AO, 47' FREE OFFER! HELENE CURTIS SHAMPOO PELGU| When You Buy HELENE CURTIS 125 Foot In Cutter ( tfl^ 1000 SACCHARIN 3lcAlUMIHUJIF0Il.1Q, TABLETS/^,! 59<SUPP0SIT0RIK 15c CLOTHS (Limit 6) SPRAY NET WE HAVE IT Tkw PACQUINS Anti-Deterqent Hand Cream Goes into dry, red rough skin -to counteract the harsh effects of detergents on the hands . lofteni and soothe, instantfy. GLYCERIN *f ||c (Limit 2) l"l«t MM FILM }mmt7F7A 9T i n FOLDING CHAIR 7.95 Seller! ALUMINUM 49< FOUMTAIU YPpTUWTij j3p Reoular S3 Oil Tannewi FULL SKIN CHAMOIS *6, Guaranteed Washable | 4.98 Aviator Typo Men. SUN GLASSES With Case Optical plastic templet Very Special 199 7 o©7" : — ^aijn ml Save Money '^I^ERKiit- ~ i^onutsIBP ~ SroKTTE^pjcj^^.3 i°^5^bAymw=^: — ivr c - 29cltittHfALC0H0L.fi, rSOPRQPYL (Limit 1) PINT " 39c EPSOM SALT... 5 POUND BOX 29c MOTH BALLS fuke! (Limit 2) POO NO PKC Sells for 2.50 /9k I 2" STEP-UP Tipped legi TAMPAX No belts, No Pads, No Reg. - J No Od. BRIDGEPORT AEROSOL 10 s New Only 149 Pins Pi 25 BAND-AID PLASTIC STRIPS With new "Super-Stick" SPOT WEED KILLER ^< . , For With a flick of the wri»t Dandelions, d j x mm iC"*\\fc Poison Ivy, Ready to us. |98 Ragweed and No Mumg | ^gj^, 2 Ounce Other Weeds \9MK#kW****'<WP Aerosol Can STORE OPEN FRIDAY Till 9 p.m. SATURDAY Till 10 p. m. Elastic Slip-On Ironing Board Cover Easy On Easy Off 39« 146 23 He N0K MATCHES* - II, SO BOOKS (Limit 2) * ' SOtOQl PIASHC In Fine VIMYI PLASTIC found only in more expensive makes\ kReq. S.95Vaiu* Hot Weather.1 Means Cold Drinks PELICAN COOLER Keeps liquids hot or cold V* GAL SIZ* PLASTIC TABLE CLOTH 54"x54" / Now Only DRIVER SET Plus Rack 39c REYNOLDS ALUMINUM FOILWRAP 25 Ft. in Cutter Box/ \ MURDER INSECTS! - -. - and their eggs 5 Jf with Insecticidall CLOUD Can I PILES HURT? Get MJF Relief that USIS-l Here's a complete formula to i JOHNSON & JOHNSON f J Thornton . Minor Ointment or Won't Loosen in Water _ Mm. M\ < -t • 594 Suppositories MVJI.'K^.IIU.I^ Req. 35c Plastic ■ Refriqerator DISH I AND B COVER ■ Limit » with Reg. 4«c SKIRT and PANT HANGER 29^ The Dixon Evening Telegraph— DLxon. Illinois Page 24 Thursday, May 28, 1955 ii Pv - WW mk SHADY NOOK IN THE KITCHEN - The tree that grew in Brooklyn could not have been more greatly appreciated than this one growing in the kitchen of a monastery in West Berlin, Germany. It's there because the nuns of the Order of The Good Shepherd refused to have it destroyed when the monastery was expanded 10 years ago. They built the kitchen around the tree. Kitchen . helpers, like the one above, enjoy the chestnut tree's shade. Top of the tree grows through an opening in the roof. Try Tasty Barbe-'Cues' For That Summer Meal By GAYNOR MADDOX I were looking for delicious. ' to prepare warm weather dishes. At just the right moment. leter from Joan Miller, of (^arn- den, New Jersey came to the rescue. Joan also told us of two new products soon to be on the market. Spaghetti in tomato sauce with meat balls, and spaghetti sauce ivith mushrooms. '•Super-Do" Barbecue (Yield :^ l'/j cup» sauce) Two slices bacon (cut in 1-inch pieces), V* cup chopped onion, (lVi cups) condensed to mato soup, 1 tablespoon brown sug- tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard, 1 tea spoon Worcestershire sauce, l~t tea spoon grated lemon rind. Cook bacon and onion until dons. :ir in remaining ingredients; sim mer 15 minutes to blend flavors. Barbecued Chicken: Render fat from bacon: brown chicken pieces (1 fryer") in drippings. Add remaining ingredients: cover; simmer 3 hour, until chicken is tender. Barbecued Beef Patties: Season 2 pounds ground heef; shape into S patties. Render fat from bacon: brown patties in drippings. Add remaining ingredients. Cover; sim- about 15 minutes, or until pat- BUY YOUR HALF GALLON ICE CREAM At the Store! USE THIS BAG WHILE YOU SHOP! Barbecued Beef: Add *i poun* sliced cooked beef to sauce. Sim- to blend flavors. (Good with frankfurters, too.) Cool Aspurasus Celery Soup (4 cenerous servings) }ne can (ini cups) condensed am of asparagus soup. 1 can (IVi cups) condensed cream of ce!- • soup. 2 tablespoons ■ mmcea sley, 2 soup cans' milk. Blend soups' and parsley; stir in milk. Chill 4 hours. Serve in chilled msrm YUM-YUMWudge Theodore R. Bonn of Detroit, Mich, doesn't let this kind of "evidence" go to waste, even if it isn't admissible. When two restaurant owners were battling for the right to use the name "Luigi's," they offered oizza pies as evidence. What, No Smoke? FITTSBURGH, Pa. W — Burt Ashman, assistant to the president at the Pennsylvania College for Women, took one look at a new greeting card in the campus book- ore and banned it. The "get well" card, titled "High oon. Pittsburg, Pa.," showed a half-dozen pair of eyes peering out soud black oackground. A mes sage read "From (Koff) Pitts burg." It isn't the least bit amusing," said Ashman. "Furthermore, it's .ti right seditious. Not only do they malign us but they add insult to injury by spelling Pittsburgh wrong. It's high time people stopped thinking of Pittsburgh as the Smoky City. Charity at Home SHERMAN. Tex. i.n — 3t was a good deal, said -Mrs. Roy Good, after she gave her husband'? old clothes to a charity organization The Goods home was one of a number destroyed in a windstorm. One of those given clothing bv the •!zt;-,.>:i which Mrs. Good fav ored was stoim victim Roy Good. L.ITTL.B L,IX What most people would like to see on the meot counter i« a few cboice-CU*$ in prices. *mu« ,

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