Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 2, 1955 · Page 14
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N Sate On Beef See for yourself how little it costs to enjoy a rich Tasty chuck roatt from Kroger! GROUND BEEF ARMOUR STAR BONELESS VEAL ROLLS CHESTER FARM JUMBO BOLOGNA - SRCIf KWS PAPER! COMPARE AND BE CONVINCED! KROGER GROUND BEEF OFFERS YOU MORE FOR YOUR MONEY! Kroger PUIIPIf Cut vnvvn See how you save when you serve a high quality Kroger Chuck Roast at this low price! lb*. ^ WILSON'S STEWING KUAOl BLADE CUT lb. 29 ?qJ MiicirrNt BACON > 39c 3 »» $1 I ARMOISR banner m_ . 39e 3 - $1 » 39c [SLICED BACON Vr45cj COUNTRY CLUB ROLL saveon « ■ BUTTER ^55. MILD COLBY CHEESE TASTY! FULL OF FLAVOR S9 ^rc it. LARGE EGGS -45c COTTAGE CHEESE » 27c SUGAR ioA9 ib. bag %m KROGER QUALITY SODA . Both for CRACKERS GRAHAM CRACKERS 49< SCNPICT BRAND PEACHES — CUT GREEN BEANS SPINACH - FRENCH FRIES ^^^^^ i^^^^k 6 89 KROGER GRAPE JUICE 2 IS 39c KROGER ORANGE JUICE 6 1.« 99c PACKER LABEL ORANGE JUICE 4 LS 49c FAT/MORF-A/ways Spreads Smoothly MARGARINE 2 39 VEVCO — WITH CHEESE NORTHERN OR WALDORF KROGER ENRICHED SPAGHETTI rlOc TOILET TISSUE WHITE BREAD LT 19c PACKER LABEL KROGER SWEET PEAS 2tT25c 12S5:r$l ICED TEA BAGS X 69c AVONDALE KROGER ^ _ . _ CUT BEETS N„r 10c SCOT TOWELS LITE DEUTE CfiKE h 49c HUNT'S WHOLE E.NPEELED POPULAR BRANDS - REG. SIZE , _ 0J APRICOTS 2N:».0029c 5™.r$l CIGARETTES «- * CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE U.S. NO. 1 NEW H ^Bfc^ A POTATOES 10 69 HUNtl SWUM CANTALOUPE 39c WATERMELON *>■ 75c - $1.39 VINE RIPENED TOMATOES - 29c OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. (STORE CLOSES AT 6 P.M. SATURDAY) and canned fruit. Tt requires no cooking and few directions. Maybe this is the dessert you want most todav Refrigerator Cereal Flake Tarts Two cups finely crushed whole wheat flakes, \ cup sugar. i2 cup melted butter or maigaime, 2 tablespoons water. 1. Combine whole wheat flakes, sugar, butter or margarine and 2. Mix thoroughly with pastry blender 3. Line pie pans with a sheet of ! saran large enough to extend three inches beyond all edges. 4. Press mixture evei compactly into six small individual pie pans 5. Chill thoroughly before filling. 6, Spoon filling into chilled crust. 7. Remove tart from pie pan by pulling down on the saran from opposite sides of the pan. Fill the crunchy cereal flake tarts with fresh, frozen or canned fruits. Allow 3-< cup of fruit per serving. You may prefer to use ice cream, chilled pudding mixes, or chiffon fillings for the tarts. Glaze for Peach Tart's (Yield: Filling for six medium' sized tarts) Two teaspoons sugar, 1 table spoon cornstarch. \ cup syrup from canned peaches, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon butter or margarine, M- teaspoon salt, 2 drops almond extract. Mix sugar and cornstarch, peach svmp Cook over heat, stirring constantly, until jgmia. jre thickens. Remove from heat; add remaining ingiedients. Cool. Mix with peaches or pour over peacnes after they aie •ansed m tcrt shells. Note- The almond extiact emphasizes the peach flavor. Beef To Be Featured in Most Markets The ASSOCIATED PRESS ef will be the most popular featuie m the nation's food stores :is weekend. Most often mentioned as a week end featuie was chuck-roast, with ■me markets shaving prices ound six cents a pound from a eek ago Round roast and various kinds of steaks will be specials in a number of areas. Legs of lamb will be on the weekend good buy list in some stores, but elsewhere prices will be unchanged or a bit higher. Frying chicken prices are generally higher. Increases of two to six cents a pound aie planned by Eggs also may be a few cents higher in your marker Butter prices will show little change. Good buys in vegetables, include yellow and green squash, peppers, escarole. pascal celery and nearby items such as spinach, radishes, and green onions. Beets mostly with tops, asparagus, carrots and onions also are woithwhile purchases, in the opin-shipments of California long white ion of produce specialists. Heavy potatoes and Florida round whites have brought . lower prices. crop potatoes are selling for about the same as a week ago. Hard to Hide Richmond. Va. If) — When .of the newer city vehicles stolen police expressed confidence the culprit couldn't conceal it very long. It wasn't missing long. The snow white ambulance, complete with siren and red blinked warn ing light was found abandoned £ few houis later in northern Vu ! PROUD VaPA LETS WORLD KNOW ^^SfrSS^.1 «ll home like this one. arranged by Bob Chambers f! J * , the P o p^p ^ ^ a double take when she and tne new addition, a ■""™<n°"J" w,T wlth their first child. . \ giant signs proclaimed Chambers' happiness at having his wife back, vtim ureir * The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon. Illinois Page 14 Thursday, June ^, iyoo Calorie Substitution Plan Helps in Sticking to Diet 1 CEREAL FLAKE FRUIT TARTS which need bo eooklnj provide a dessert which brifhtens up dieting routine. By GAYXOR MADDOX Let's face it Even though ovei-weight is a senous health piob-lem, dieting is very difficult. Ex-peits like Dr. Fredrick J Stare. head of Harvard's Department of Nutrition, believe that unless a pei son on a reducing diet gets some sense of satisiaction out of his meals, he Ml! bieak the lules sooner or latei. Also very likely gam back all the pounds he lost. Select something you really want, then eat it. But cut out some other foods having the same amount of caiones during the same day— some food you really don't want as much. Only be sure the desired dish is nutritionally sound Here's a crunchy sweet combin ing nutritious whole wheat flakes Silver Price Highest in 35 Years By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK W— Silver is selling Dday at the highest price in 35 ears Industry is paying .as much as Uncle Sam for tne metal for tha first time in many yeais The ci vilian price advanced here this week to 90 Scents an ounce By law the U S Theasurv pays 90.41 cents for silver newly mined in ihe United States Industrial demand for silver here is reported running 15 to 20 per cent higher than a year ago. Silver mined m this country ha» been going to the U. S. mint because for moie than two years the commercial pnees was S5X{ cents and Uncle Sam was paying almost 45i cents an ounce moie Set Floor Under the law, the U. S. Treasury may not sell its silver for less than 90 11 cents an ounce, or a profit of one half cent for the Tieasury. Some m the trade here think the commercial price, which Handy & Harman, refiners ana fabricators, this week boosted to 901:- cents may rise still higher ana could approach the Treasury s selling puce. Actually, consumers are paying 90^ cents nov — the extra one fourth cent being the customary handling and other charges. There-foie. any one with newly mined American silvei here m the east can get more for it on the commercial maiket. But m the West, where two-thirds of our silver is pi educed, freight differentials make shipment to the nearby mint more attractive from a pi ice standpoint than shipment to the commercial market in the East. U.S. Fse Booms U. S consumption of silver in the arts and industries was 103 million ounces in booming 1953. It dropped to 85 million ounces in 1954." when silver-using industries were having a slowdown. This year silver use has risen even faster than the industry hoped for a w months ago. Handy & Harman reports that this year the use of silver in in dustry tops its use m silverware. ewelry or the arts. The electronic industry uses considerable amounts of silver in television and radio sets, radar equipment, air condition, telephones and the like. Silver also goes into autos. farm tractors, lawn mowers, bicycles, washing machines, dishwashers, sewing machines, bicycles and guns. Senate Okays Postal Pay WASHINGTON (,1V- The Senate today passed a bill to raise salaries) of the 500.000 postal workers an average of 8 per cent after being assured it was acceptable to President Eisenhower. The roll call vote was unanimous, 78-0. The Senate debated only half an hour, and Lh«- bill to the House where the Post Office and Civil Service Committee plans to meet on it Thursday. Try starching men's handker-chiefs on the comers only. You'll find they stay neater when tucked in a jacket pocket. 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